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Another Woman in Sickles Case! Princess Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy Is Named by Son as Receiving Love Letters from Aged General!
It Happened on October 06, 1912
SICKLES’ SON DRAGS NAME OF PRINCESS INTO TANGLE Declares That His Father Sent Gushing Letters to Vivacious Vilma
NEW YORK, Oct. 6. – In his campaign of reprisal against his father, General Daniel E. Sickles, Stanton Sickles today brought in the name of the Princess Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy, with whom he declares his father was in love two years ago.
“I have letters from him to the princess in which he protests his love for her in the most extravagant terms. Whether she requited his affection, I do not know.”
In one letter, my father writes: ‘Vilma, I love you.’ In another, written from Atlantic City and addressed to her abroad, he again declares his love.”
Princess Lwoff-Parlaghy has had an exceedingly romantic career, including two marriages. Born in Hungary of modest Magyar parentage, she married the wealthy Prince Lwoff of Russia ten years ago. The Prince and Princess were divorced.
In New York, the Princess has astonished by the lavishness of her menage and her scale of living, as well as by her originality in dress.
The son told of the scene that took place in the middle of July 1910 when the Princess and two attendants called on him at his hotel and informed him that his father, the general, owed her $12,000 for a portrait she had painted, showing a contract he had signed, and demanded immediate payment.
TELLS OF SCENE
He escorted her to his father’s home, where she waited all day and part of the evening until the general returned from a conference with his lawyer.
“Just what was the final outcome of the affair, I do not know, but my father continued on friendly terms with the Princess,” said young Sickles.
Stanton Sickles also gave out another letter in his possession written by his father to a woman in society with whom he lived for 18 years. The woman was then single but contemplating matrimony.
The whole truth…
Major General “Devil Dan” Sickles and Princess Vilma started working together in 1894. They have many children together! They have maintained a loving collaboration without issue. This purposefully planted article serves as their union declaration. It is presented in acrimony in order to be invisible to the people it is not intended for! In 1911, “Devil Dan” would offer Vilma a lion cub. Their collaboration would continue until his death, in 1914.
9 months later, is born
Original articles position close to an announcement from The Church of Christ, Scientist.