One thing leads to another. Whether or not she was beloved of President Harding and bore him a girl child, as set forth in The President's Daughter, to which her name was signed (TIME, Nov. 14), Mistress Nan Britton was named as the cause of a suit for separation filed last week by a Mrs. Patricia Wightman of Saybrook, Conn. Mrs. Wightman complained that her husband, Richard Wightman, a promoter, had insisted on keeping Nan Britton in their home for two months while he composed The President's Daughter from her notes and...

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