".... "I've no further use for men; they're all alike." Later, however, she revised tiiis. vow. When AlexanderMiskinoff, 1.41LIVU __________ I 4-11V 10. was it- said, was seen ofUn in the society of his
"..., millionaire turf king, first; then Harry Gillis, t.he banker; Jack Gouraud, famed as a Broadway spender and good fellow, was. No 3, and when he died slic married Prince AlexanderMIskinoff. The three Americans
June 11 1922
Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
"...'vo no further use for men; they're all alike." Later, however, she revised this vow. When "Prince" AlexanderMiskinoff, aged twenty-six, be- came a suitor for her favors. 'Aimee, by this tame, was "get- ting
"...From Prince AlexanderMiskinoff.MINERS MEET OPERATORS
Bituminous Coa» Men Threshing Out New Agreement.
Hvps of the bitijminoim coal miners and operators met at Ihe MoAlpin liotel
"...Gouraud, heiress of the ' ^ kf r millions, and hostess at man iiectacular entertainments in New York a few years ago, has married her fourth husband, Alexander E. Miskinoff, who says he Is a Russian prince
TEUTONS AHACK VERDUNm EAST
Make Gains, According U Berlin Ststement.
Agrees to Separation From Prince AlexanderMiskinoff.
BATTLE STILL ÜNDEGÍDED
London. March 1 —The German as ... AMoclation.
New York (Special): Prince AlexanderMiskinoff, whose suit for m separation from the former Mrs. Aimee Crocker Gourand was called off, after the testimony developed that the princess had not become
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ALEXANDERMISKINOFF SAYS HIS WIFE KIDNAPPED THEIR INFANT.
Mr«. Gonrad Oenlea That There Wan a Child and A.cc«i«e« UuRband of Affair Witl» Her Foster Danfirbter, Yvonne ... to “Prlnoe AlexanderMiskinoff, retaining tho name of her last previous husband. Broadway has never been allowed to folget her, it seems, but her fame na the hostess of a snake dinner” a few years ago would
"...today even hhc herself is baffled
‘Prince” AlexanderMiskinoff and Mrs seeking a divorce from the prince never married him, this in spite of
Aimee Gouraud, who says she i.*n t for the very good reason ... the fact that the Strand registry in London shows that on June 11, I91t, Mrs. Jackson Gouraud and
Alexander 'Miskinoff were married.
Mrs. Gouraud. however, denies that she ever changed tier name or that she
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Mrs “Jack” Gouraud and her last husband, Prince Alexander ... Miskin-off, whom she has tired of, tis said.
Two portrait studies Princess Miskinoff, who oners $3(JUu for a new thrill.
Aimee Crocker’s $5000 offer for a suggestion for a new pleasurable excitement