DRESSED LIKE HERO OF FRENCH FICTION
Strange Tales Told of Mrs. Harry A. L. Floyd Gopcevic.
Special Dispatch to The Call.
LAKEPORT, May 18. Interest in the contest of the will of Harry A. L. Floyd Gopcevic, the young woman who married a street car conductor of supposedly noble origin, in increasing daily. The evidence offered is particularly sensational. According to the witnesses, the young woman was mentally unbalanced. Several testified that she assumed the characters of several of Dumas' heroes, and that while posing as a hero of fiction she persisted in being given the name of the hero, refusing to answer to her own. Among the interesting exhibits in the case are several letters written in old English by Mrs. Gopcevic. It is also claimed that Mrs. Gopcevic dressed as the Dumas heroes dressed.
The San Francisco Call, Friday, May 19, 1905, p. 3:1