27-Kate Nixon - Divorce
a con- prepared for the fleet's reception DATA ABOUT LATE MATE COMES HIGH Detective 'Agency Sues to Collect JFrom Widow for Shadowing Husband Although freed from her youth ini im.hnnrt "rniinf Armand T- T- Alerlai the troubles of Mrs Kate d'Aleria, wealthy widow of the late Senator Nixon of Nevada, resulting from her second matrimonial ad venture, are not over, It was re vealed yesterday when she filed an swer to the suit brought against her by the William J. Burns Inter national Detective .Agency to ob tain payment for services rendered The detective,' agency asserted that , they shadowed , the "Count" during the summer of 1921 at Mrs d Aleria s request, "and obtained in formation which resulted in her obtaining her divorce from the youthful so-called so-called so-called nobleman. When the bill was presented, the plaintiff asked for an accounting and the Itemized bill showed that nation-wide nation-wide nation-wide search had been car ried on by the operatives of the agency, and that : the : actions of d'Aleria had been, watched in the leading cities all over the country For these services a bill amount Ing to more than $9000 was. pre sented on which, $5000 was paid by Mrs, d Aleria. , In her answer ' to the suit of the agency to collect the rest of the sum, she admitted that she had employed the detec fives' but that their work was not worth more than the amount she paid.