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LOVES FAITHLESS WIFEBETTER THAN SELF
WOULD GIVE HER TO "OTHER MAN"
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She deserted a "model" husband. Mrs. Albert S. Pride, whose husband
is helping her free fcetrayer from jail so that she can wed him the man
she "really loves."
home, be released from the Toledo
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-y cause he believes in the "economy of Pride's wife
uransnaw was Pride's best friend
until two months ago He was even
living oit his bounty in Pride's home,
in Newport, Ky , across the nver from
here, when he fell in love with Mrs.
Pnde and eloped with her to T,mt
0., on Apnr 30.
BY ELEANOR BLACK
Cincinnati, 0 , Jujy 3. It is be
cause he believes in the "economy of
misery" and because he loves his
faithless wife better than he does
himself, that Albert S Pnde clerk in
the C H & D railroad offices here,
has written to Mayor Miles W Stan
dish of Lima, O , asking' that Charles
Cranshaw, the man who ruined-his
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