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QDDS AND riD3 FROM COURT
OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS
' Michael Reardon was just six
months too late, as he found out in
the court of domestic relations, and
he has another six months to think
it over before he can do it again.
"Good morning to you, Mary!" he
called out as he was brought in the
. court from the bullpen after a night
t locked up on the charge of non-support.
"Good morning to you, Mary."
Mary surveyed him from the soles
of his feet to the "crown of his head.
"Good morning to ye, tut, tut!" she
answered him. "It is 'good morning'
to me, is it? And you that ain't spoke
a good morning, Mary, for the last
six months. Tut, tut, with your good
Mary told Judge Newcomer her
tale of non-support and domestic in
compatibility and the judge told
Mary she could suggest Mike's sen
tence. "I'll make it six months in the
House of Correction," said she. "Him
with his 'good morning, Mary!' 'Good
morning, Mary,' tut, tut!"
Michael got six months.
Joseph Tabaka lost his fond love
for his wife because of a very cruel
act of hers, in his estimation, and he
gave his affections to another lady
wno wasn t capaDie 01 me same cru
elty. Mrs. Tabaka charged Joseph with
non-support and the misplaced affec
tions. "It's her fault," said Joe. "I admit
I do like the other woman because
she doesn't do what my wife does
. and I cannot stand for it any longer."
"What is it?" inquired the judge
"She cooks dead chickens and ex
pects me to eat them."
Joseph was put on probation.
"I want my husband," said Mrs.
Charles Miller, 16, bride of two days
and still wearing her wedding finery.
"I want my husband. We were
married at my house an Saturday
night after bjg people told him he
conld marry me, and yesterday his
mother came to our house and told
Charles, my husband, who is 19, that
he should go home and get his
clothes. My brother went with him,
but when they got to Mrs. Miller's
house, 2234 Keeler av., she brushed
mv brother aside and pushed my
husband into the house, and and
now he's locked in .and she won't
let him out, and I want him."
Mrs. Bertha Miller will be asked te
let Charles return to his bride.
SHELL-PINK HAT FOR THE
By Betty Brown
She may be dressed for a bridal
party, or she may be a summer eiri
just "dressed up for Sunday."
Though these wide, shell pink
hats are claimed by bridesmaids as
their very own, other girls boldly ap
propriate them as the fitting crown
for the fluffy summer frock.
Black maline is used to face this
particular hat vpf shell pink hair
braid, the narrow band is black vel
vet and the fan-like goura feather is
tipped with black.
Harbor board awarded John Z.
Vogelsang contract for supplying all
food, beverages, tobacco, confec
tions, novelties, flowers and publica
tions at new municipal pier.