March 19, 1908
The New York Times reports on dispatches in Berlin regarding "trouble between the Countess Montignoso, formerly the Crown Princess of Saxony, and her pianist husband, Toselli." These reports have apparently confirmed in a letter from the Countess to a friend in London. The unnamed friend is said to the source of a statement "that while a divorce is not imminent there is every likelihood of a separation."
A disagreement rose when the Countess "refused an offer to tour America with her husband."
Toselli is currently fulfilling professional engagements on the Continent. His wife is not traveling with him.