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cree showing her marriage to Murphy illegal. Got decree; at once married H. C. Kittlemann. She has 3-year-old child. Adolph W. Kausel in filing suit for divorce said wife put love potions in food and they made him violently ill. Social centers have proven success in 20 schools, says Sup't of Schools Shoop. o o TRIB SUED FOR STORY WRITTEN BY "TITLED" SCRIBE When the Chicago Daily Tribune takes it upon itself to call a man a fake and pretender and when this man claims to be a cousin to the crowned heads of England, Spain and Austria, trouble is liable to re sult So when the Trib in its column headed "La Marquise De Fontenoy," printed for highbrows with a taste for royal scandal, called Rudolph Francois Ghislain Hamilton De Lan da Berghes St Wincok a pretender he sued them for $50,000. The story was printed just a year ago yesterday. "La Marquise" said that Rudolph had just come to this country and was posing as the cou sin of the reigning heads of England, Austria and Spain, while he was merely a pretender. "La Marquise" then went on to throw mud on the claims of Rudolph as a bishop of the Old Catholic church of Scotland. In fact, "La Marquise" branded the Prince Ru dolph Berghes St Wincok a fake. The Prince Rudolph Francoise G. H. De L. Berghes St Wincok set his attorneys about investigating the ar ticle which questioned his creden tials. He found that the story hurt his standing in American society; New York highbrows were raising their eyebrows and whispering be hind their hands. The Prince Rudolph, etc., also found that the Brentwood Co., a syn dicate, had sent the "La Marquise De Fontenoy" dope all over the country and that his social standing would be hurt considerably. So he asked Att'y Frederick Silber of Chicago to sue the Tribune for $50,000 and had other attorneys in the east file similar actions against other papers which printed the same story. . Att'y Silber says he has started an investigation of the swell "La Mar quise" and says he found that "La Marquise" stuff is written by a man named Phillip C. Owen. And a mar quise is supposed to be a female per son. Silber says that the Tribune will go easy hereafter when its articles hit men who have family connections traceable back to the old guys who wore tin plate helmets and led the crusades. QUITS SOCIETY TO DEVOTE LIFE TO FIGHTING PLAGUE LUCY V 5JJLLIVAM She -will quit society to become a crusader against tuberculosis. As secretary of the Kalamazoo, Mich., Anti-Tuberculosis society she will make the fight against the "white plague" her life's worlq mmmamammmmm