Plaintiff was divorced a vinculo matrimonii in the District of Columbia on the grounds of her adultery with defendant who was made co-respondent in the suit. A statute of the district provided that the innocent party only may remarry. Plaintiff married defendant in Florida and later secured a divorce a mensa et thoro from defendant in Virginia. On the death of defendant in the District of Columbia, plaintiff claimed a dower interest in his estate. Held, plaintiff cannot recover. Loughran v. Loughran, (App. D. C. 1933) 66 F. (2d) 567.