Mary Purfield, a young lady of many accomplishments and highly esteemed, was married one day last snmmer or early in the fall to George Paidridge, who waB a photographer at Kalamazoo. Miss Purfleld had been engaged to a law student by the name oí Weirand it was generally supposed she was to marry him. Póople were suprirsed then when they lieard that Miss Purfleld had been married to Paidridge at Ypsilauti under the name of Mary French. Still more surprised vrere they after to learn thatafter a ten days' honeymoon Mrs. Pald ridge had retnrned home, not only refusing to longer live with Paldirdge, bat also rnaking the claim that she had been hypuotized by hini when she oonsented to the elopement. There was no surpirse Monday, however, wheu it becarne known that a bilí of divorce had been filed in circuit oourt. In it the oratrix claims that Poldridge used her shamefully during the ten days she lived with bim, and the divorce is wantad on the gronnds of cruelty.