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T. Maloney, formerly superin
tendent of streets here, sued Louise
L. Maloney for divorce, on the
grounds of desertion and incompati
bility. Airs. Maloney in her answer
charged non-supporf"and asked for
separate maintenance. She is a Cath
olic. Maloney lost his suit, as he admit
ted having shifted his affections to
another woman. Judge Boyd J. Tall
man, who heard the case, suggested
that the wife take a decree. Mrs.
Maloney refused. The court insisted,
holding that it was immoral and
against public policy to leave the man
a husband in name only. For the
sake of the three children.'too, there
should be a divorce.
Mrs. Maloney was obdurate. She
said that to sever the marriage tie
was a sin.
The court took the matter under
advisement, Mrs. Maloney's counsel
promising to file a brief on the right
of the court to grant a decree to a
wife against her wishes.
Blink Is there anything else in
the job you speak of besides the sal
ary? Gink There's a little work on the
Blink Ah ! I knew there was some
string to it!
MEMORIAL TO VENERABLE
Bridgeport, Conn. A chain of let
ters that will encircle the world has
been started by the Fanny Crosby
Circle of King's Daughters, asking
people in all parts of the world to pay
tribute to the blind hymn writer,
Fanny Crosby, by wearing a cluster
of violets on her birthday anniver
sary, March 24. Mrs. Crosby will be
94. She has been blind since child
hood. Among the well-known hymns
that haye made her name immortal
are "Safe in the Arms of Jesus,"
"Rescue the Perishing," and "Saved
Mrs. Dashaway Old bachelors
seem to know a lot about women.
Singleton Naturally, otherwise they
wouldn't be bachelors.
The towers of the Panama cathe
dral are roofed with -pearl shells,
which reflect the sunlight so that
they can be seen far out at sea.