Ann AkboK, Mich., Nov. 8- lf tli3 story told by Mrs. Greorge Paltridge of Ann Arbor is true Greorge is a bold, bad "tívengali. " Mrs. Paltridge was formery Mary Lurfleld, a popular young lady of this city. She veas engaged to marry a studenc namod Woir in the law department. In the bill for divorce flled sIib claims that on Sept. 9, 1SÜ5, Paltridge took her to Ypsilanti, hypnotized her and compclled ht-r to marry him under the name of Mary French. Then, she alleges, ie took her to Kalamazoo and maltreatod ier. Ten days later she returued to her 'ather's home in Ann Arbor, and now aeeks a divorce.