A sufferer by aülancos Detween conneetions Dy rnnrriage thus oxplains bis positions : " I married a widow who had a growa-up daughter. My father visited our house rory often, and fell in love with my stepdaughtor and married hcr. So my father becanje my son-in- law, and my step-daughter my mother, because she was my father's wife. Some time afterwaids my wife had a he was my father's brother-in-law and my únele, for he was the brother of my step-daughter. My father's wife, i. e. my etep-daughtor, had also a son ; he was of eourso my brother, and in the meantimo my grandchild, for he was the son of my daughter. My wife vi as my graudinother, because Bhe was my mother's motbrr. I was my wifo's liufband and grandchild at the time. And as the husband of a porson's grandmotber, is bis grandfathcr, I was my own grandfatber."