Divorce Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Apr 16, 1911.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, April 16, 1911

Harvard Student in r ebruai Seeks Her FreedomMrs. Helen Roche Glass, who was married on Feb. 28. after a romantic elopement with Graham Glass, Jr., Harvard student and athlete, and the son of very wealthy parents of Portland, Ore., has brought suit for divorce after but little more than a month of wedded life.The suit is the result of the failure of Mrs?. Glass to reach an agreement or reconciliation with the parents of her husband.CHARGES DESERTIONShe declares that she has been “cruelly and wantonly deserted by Graham Glass. Jr., and that he has refused or neglected to provide for her.The divorce libel is dated April IZL^axtd tiled in the Hast Cambridge Court.Mrs Glass charges that she and Glass were lawfully wedded on Feb. 28, 1911, and that she afterward lived with TiTm at the Hotel Westminster, and in Cant-| bridge. j“Recently.” she charges, “after I had been faithful to him as a wife, he utterly deserted me, wholly regardless of j his marriage obligations/* Mrs. Glassalso requests the court to grant her alimony.The divorce libel created hut little surprise among the friends of the couple when they learned of it last evening, although Glass has stoutly maintained that he and his wife had not separated and had had no disagreement, despite the fact that she was dwelling on Everett street, Cambridge, and he was back with xhe “gold coasters” in Ridgely Hall.On April 1 Mrs. Glass left the apartment at the Everett Chambers on Everett street and came to live with a friend in the Back Bay, where she is still livingmmMRS. HELEN (ROCHE) GLASS,Who has brought suit for divorce andalimony.