Swanson-12a (p. 10)

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Swanson-12a (p. 10) - WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1925 ISA'S mi...
WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1925 ISA'S mi PÜE TITLED Go Marquis d<? la Falalse Coudrav Just a Citizen. PRODUCES PAPERS Documents Vrovo Mttle, ever — Gloria Comment. How- Paris. Oct. J 4.—Gloria Swan-1 son's husband says he is enter-; tained by reports from America; throwing'doubt on his claim to the : title of Marquis de la Falaise de; la Coudray. TScy also seem to ! provide a topic ior conversation ' for himself and his friends. j "See how they talk about me i in America," he exclaimed cheer-. fully to an artist chum who was with him when The World's cor-. respondent asked him bluntly, i "are you a Marquis?" ' ! "Certainly I am," he replied, as j he began to explore a chest of i drawers for familiar parchments, j adding "but I don't use to» title you know." Produces a Docuniínt. The document eventually. brought forth by the marquis was j 3- certificate Issued by the Court | of Rouen declaring him to he a ' descendant of the old Norman family of Le Baiüv de la Falaise. which dates back to the fifteenth century at least. But there was no j mention of the name de la Coud-! JiaV :aj- or of the title marquis. He' explained, however: j The title of. Margáis de Coud-| ray was conferred on one of my Three Factors Arc ancestors in 1707 by Queen Maria! Grading Mrs. Kermit (right) are preparing first American women ing grounds in the former president, are by tht rield Museum, Made

Clipped from The Emporia Gazette14 Oct 1925, WedPage 10

The Emporia Gazette (Emporia, Kansas)14 Oct 1925, WedPage 10
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