The Fort Wayne News April 15, 1916
STAGE MILLIONAIRE'S Edna act- at her fund, to to the May appear the the for to Mr. from as Miss she has She written ca- in infrequent Her in in the of of them America; appear question and Marie E. Sunday at and Harris, the devotionals. Overmeyer, and morn- well air. first a first VENTURES MATRIMONY AGAIN Mrs. Luyte Peace Vredenburgh, whose engagement to Charles Tilden Hulburd, banker, is announced. Mrs. Vredenburgh obtained a divorce Thomas D. Vredenburgh, a wealthy lumberman, following charges made a girl against him and Lieut. Gov. O'Hara. Mrs. Luyte Peace Vredenburgh, who divorced Thomas D. Viedenburgh, millionaire lumberman of Springfield, 111., in 1913, after he had been brought Into the limelight In an affidavit aimed at Lieut. Gov. Barratt O'Hara, is lo ventuie again into matiimony. Her engagement was announced last night to Chailes Tilden Hulburd, a member of Sheaison, Hamlll Co., bankers, on La Salle street, Chicago. The marriage will take place April 20. Mrs. Vredenburgh's divorce suit proved a sensational echo of the senate committee's investigation of chaiges preferred against the Illinois lieutenant governor three years ago. Miss Maud Robinson, known as the "affidavit girl," swore that Mr. O'Hara and the lumberman had motored from Spiingfield to Chicago and joined her and another young woman m a party. Testimony before the committee by Mr. Vredenburgh served to exonerate Lieutenant Governor O'Hara of the girl's charges against him, but of infidelity prefeired against the mil- lionaiie by his w i f e in her suit formed the basis for a divorce deciee. Mrs. Vredeuburgh was granted the custody of her two children. Warren Ogden, then 13, and Thomas D., Jr., Since then Mrs. Viedenburgh has been living at 5319 Cornell avenue. Mr. Hulburd's home is at 6443 Cornell avenue. They have been acquainted for several years. Their engage- me'nt will hardly sui prise their in southside society. The couple will live at the Windemere hotel.