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Serng.a 90-day sentence he Sacramfento. jail is a wealthy Chicago
real estte?.aealer-who, with, wife, and two children, wenttq; .California to
pass, the ;winte'r. j ?
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JSMR.jHHE. ( 11 III rl
The other night Belmont got full,
came to the hotel, spanked one of
the kids just because of a "John Bar
leycorn, grouch, and,, when, the
"missus" interfered, smashed her hi
the nosej bloodying her face .and
We don?t mention this to add to
the man's'punishment. He's already
getting his; daresay .he was sorry
enough next day. Most, brute men
are and, you know, most men are
brutes, at' least some of the time.
' Our point is that he wasn't eleven
He could have hurt his wife lots
worse thamby a smash !hv the face and still .kept on the law.'s safe side.
. He:'5b'uldyhaye growled, when she came to .him for money.
. He culdshavetcutlher tpthequick by unkind, sarcastic remarks. '
He cquldthave nagged at'ier'until her life; was made a living hell.
liOtejjf 'mpn who'll severely condemn, this man are doing these more
cruel things .right along. N The law" doesn't tpucli 'em. Their conscience
aren't priclied by remorse the morning after. They don't even know that
they'arewprse brutes than he." C
Warita .iittle advice about .that wifeo'f yours?
Gohqme and kiss ief." , Shell out money to her. Take her to the the
ater if you?cah afford it If you-can'tbuy her some candy or a flower;
show hersome little attention.; ,:And thank God every hour in the" day
that shwilling on any1 terms ;to .live with the. kind of creature the average
man is.?:;. ... . '