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HERE'S A FELLOW WHO DIDN'T
APPRECIATE A GOOD WIFE
John Kaminski promised Judge
Rooney he'd go right back to his
wife and child if the judge would only
let him out of the Bridewell.' He ad
mitted being away from home for six
years until he was arrested five
months ago on a non-support charge
and sentenced to a year in the
His little wife came into court of
domestic relations nearly every day
for a month to plead that the judge
release her husband from prison and
give him a chance to redeem him
self. Continually the judge refused,
for he thought a little more Bridewell
would bring a surety bond that Ka
minski would not run away again.
But the weeping, patient pleading of
the wife finally secured from him an
order for the husband to be brought
"He's learned his lesson now,
judge," said the little wife, as she
threw an arm over their little daugh
ter and stood proudly beside her pris
"He's coming back and hes com
ing back strong. He's going to give
Irene and me a gdod home, just lull
of love and happiness, if you'll only
let him go, judge."
"Your honor," spoke up Kaminski,
"I'll go to work right away to make
a home for Polly that's my wife
and Irene. Let me show' you how I
can make good."
Judge Rooney pondered 'a while
and then ordered Kaminski's release
that he might go forth and fulfill the
trust and faith of his wife.
They left the court room with an
arm of each around their daughter
Irene, whose face was beaming-as if
this were the happiest day in her
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the
reunited Kaminski family arrived at
5119 S. Ashland, where Mrs. Kamin
ski had lived in poverty and hope, ,
T praying for this very day to come,.
me aay mat wumu unug juuu uaua.
There was a little feast and then
Mrs. 'Kaminski and Irene went into
the kitchen to clean up the dishes.
When they came back the front door
was open. Hubby was gone again.
The prodigal returned just long
enough to get a feed. He tarried
just three hours with the family he
had, 'before minister and judge,
promised to protect, and then he -quietly
That was a week ago. Mrs. Ka
minski was back in the court of do
mestic relations today pleading with
Judge Rooney to put every police
man on his trail.
ALL 'ROUND TOWN!
Frank Vanderlip is in town. He
gave a dinner to ten bankers, editors
and lawyers jat Blackstone Thursday
night Vanderlip is president of the
new $50,000,000 corporation organ
ized in Wall street to get and hold
Selling stock on the curb, they say
there's millions in it Talking to the
voters, they say vote for Hughes or
there won't be any American trade
worth having in Mexico, China,
South America and Japan.
Vanderlip voices Rockefeller con
trol in finance. He is vice president
of the National City bank of New
York, the . main depository and
money machine of Standard Oil.
He is agin Wilson and for Hughes.
Also he is agin the railroad brother
hoods and says the engineers and
firemen get better salaries than
"The engineers are the Mary
Pickfords of the railroad business
and the firemen the Charlie Chap
lins," says Vanderlip. ' "
Listen to Vanderlip if you want to
know what Standard Oil want3 and
what the most powerful bank in