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LAWYER'S FORCE PLAN DOES
NOT APPEAL TO JUDGE
A scheme to force unwilling wives
to return to their deserted husbands
was presented yesterday by the law
yer for John Gozkowski, 2529 Ash
land av., in the court ofaomestic re
lations. The wife of Gozkowski said
John owns 12 flats which she has
helped him buy by taking in washing
and going out working by the day, as
John's wage was never over $2.25 a
day. She says John now lives on his
income, which is about $200 a month,
and after he had thrown her across
the stove 'and shown other little evi
dences of husbandly affection she
took their child and left him.
The lawyer argued that it was her
duty as a wife to go back and live
with her husband, and said it was a
case of too much mother-in-law.
Judge Sabath asked John what he.
would pay for the support of his wife
"We will pay about $2 a week,"
said the lawyer. "That will give the
child .something to eat, but we don't
want to give the wife any money. If
she hasn't any money she will be
compelled to live with her husband."
Judge Sabath refused to agree to
the "return or starve" program and
ordered John to pay $7 a week.
Wm. J. Park, 3423 S. Hermitage
av., promised to "love, honor and
obey" his wife if she would just give
him another chance. Judge Sabath
had him swear to "love, honor and
support her" and recommended that
as a good oath for husbands to take.
"The great men are all dead," she
said, with evident regret
"But the beautiful women are not,"
he replied, looking earnestly at her.
"Of course," she added, after a mo
ment's reflection, "I always except
"So do I," he said.
Then she asked if he would be good
enough to conduct her to her hus-
WIFE -IS- LOSER WHEN-PEER
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Lady Granard, formerly Beatrice
Mills of New York, who has lost her
high position in the royal household
since her husband, Lord Granard was
displaced as Master of the Horse by
the reorganization of officers under
A NEGLECTED BET
The poets have sung
In every known tongue
Of sweethearts and love's youthful
In verse that is glad
Or sobbingly sad
They scatter their dopeby the ream.
And "triangle" guff
In poems of passion are rife; -
But no-one takes time
To pound out a rhyme
On the love of a husband and wife.
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