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and Collins promptly hitched up, I liar situation?" Winsch was
They are in New York now.
About this time, Winsch. de
cided that he Hadjost the only
woman he ever couldlove, and let
I a wail out of him that reached
right across the continent to Chi
cago. 6 '
He employed Edwin W. Sims,
former United States district at
torney, and Sims filed suit to have
Judge Gibbons annul the Winsch
decree of divorce.
Sims' ground was that Mrs.
Winsch had given her residence
as Chicago, whereas her true res
idence had been Atlantic City at
the time of the divorce.
Judge Gibbons refused to an
nul the divorce decree today. He
said it would never do to have
Mrs. Winsch the legal wife of
Winsch and the illegal wife of
But Winsch isn't happy, and
furthermore, he isn't going to
Sims announced today that he
would file an appeal on behalf of
the actor in the circuit court of,
appeals within the next week.
"I want my wife back," said:
Winsch today. "I don't care if
she is married to Collins. I want
her back again, and I think I will
get her back before I am through.
"She doesn't love Collins any
way. She is just a thoughtless
little child. (The "thoughtless
little child" is 25 years, old.) And
I want her back.
"I think that the court of ap
peals will see that the divorce was
illegally granted and annul it."
"Oh, I suppose it will-be pecu-t
liar in a way," said Winsch.
"Dorothy will be my wife, and ztr
ihe same time the wife of Collinsp
but then her marriage to Collins "j
will be bigamous."
"Do you think she wants toi
come back to you?"
Winsch fidgeted a little. -
"I don't just know how she?
feels just now while she is under!
the influence of Collins, . ofs
course," he said. "But Tdo knowi
that if once I can get her back,
I can make her happy." w ;
Mrs, Winsch-Collins, who is in"
New York with her latest hus- -band,
does not seem to be worry-
ing a"bout Winsch's efforts to
make her a bigamist and draw'
her back into the Winsch fold.
Mrs. A. You say brandy is a
good remedy for colic, but I don't
agree with you. Mrs. B. What
do you know about it? Mrs. A. -
A great deal. Before I had brandy?
in the house my husband neyer
had colic more than once or twice
a year, but as soon as I kept a stip-s
ply he had colic almost every day.
O 0 r
The Hungry Guest James,
what time is (Sinner? v
The Candid Butle-I has rnyt
orders, sir, which is to serve as'i
soon as you go,1 sir. ;
London. Discovered that-?
swell gambling joint raided by
nolice other nipht was hmrniif-
"Won't ihat leave a very pecu- for parliament members.
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