Europe: Kresge's Gifts

There were two questions. This was the first: Did Sebastian Spering Kresge, multi-millionaire proprietor of 5 & 10 cent stores, famed philanthropist and supporter of the Anti-Saloon League, devout Methodist Episcopalian churchman, commit a breach of conduct with Miss Gladys Ardelle Fish, with whom he arranged a rendezvous at the door of a fashionable Manhattan Church, and with whom detectives later discovered him to be consorting in a nearby apartment? The answer to this question, determined last week by the judicial decision upon Mrs. Kresge's uncontested suit for divorce, was yes. The second...

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