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DIVORCE SUIT AND CHARGES ARE WITHDRAWN. Chicago Newspaper Man Admits That Allegations Cannot Be Confirmed. Confirmed. Chicago, Nov. 19. George Horton, author author and newspaper man, has ordered dismissed the suit for divorce brought by him a week ago, in which his wife, Kath-erine Kath-erine Kath-erine Bogart Horton, was charged with infidelity and Edward R. Bacon, a Board of Trade man, was named as corespondent. corespondent. Horton has alo dropped the suit he brought agalnt Bacon for $100,000 damages damages on the charge of alienating his wife's affections. Horton now admits none of hla charges permitted of confirmation. The couple will hereafter live apart. Horton will soon leave for Europe, and will be absent from Chicago for some time, and his wife, it is said, will enter Journalism. It Is understood that at the end of two years, a period that must elapse before a divorce may be obtained obtained on the grounds of desertion, a suit of this nature will be brought either by the husband or the wife.

Clipped from The Courier-Journal20 Nov 1901, WedPage 7

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)20 Nov 1901, WedPage 7
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