Religion: Courts

Probably not since Henry VIII tried in vain to get an annulment of his marriage with Catherine of Aragon has a matrimonial case been so long in the courts of the Roman Catholic Church as that on which nine Cardinals have just handed down a final decision.

The male in this case is the son of one of France's most historic houses−Le Comte Boni de Castel-ane. The female is the daughter of a U. S. stockjobber, the late Jay Gould−the present Anna, Marquise de Talleyrand Perigord, Duchesse de Sagan.

On Mar. 14, 1895, Anna...

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