Johnson.Charles C divorce/attached to tree
HAD BUT TIVO YEARS' ICE' HAPP NESS SII Husband Choked Her When She Had Tonsilitii; Tries to "Bust" Telephone The more fad that the telephone vwt attached to the wall a really of no account to Charles C. Johnaon who wanted to throw something at 1,1, wif0 onj wanted to throw it lin - mediately. The stoutness of lh wainscoting of the Johnson home, the length of tho screws and the toughness of the wires that held tho phone Ixix to Ha established porltlon, Interfered, however. however. J - 'o Mrs. Johnson wuan't struck with the family telephone. That was part of the testimony developed developed by Attorney Charles C. Stroll this morning during the continued session of January divorce court when Sirs. Lila Johnson's appeal for a di vorce waa heard before President Judge Kunkcl. Johnson is a huckster and produce man, and ono of tho famous "Johnson "Johnson Brothers" the gun - and - bayonet tossing drum - majors that made parades parades In llarrlsburg so well worth while a few years ago. The Johnsons were married in 1892 but according to Mrs. Johnson shea had scarcely more than two years of real happiness in all that time. Charles, she said, was addicted to a love of liquor and behaved accordingly. accordingly. On May 29, last year, he decided that the weather waa stillling and that she was to blame. Whereupon, according to the witnesses, he twisted twisted tho chandelier until the globes were knocked to pieces, threw the coffee pot on the floor, kicked over chairs and tried to curve the telephone telephone at his wife. Two years before when she was suffering with tonsilitis Mrs. Johnson said that she had casually casually mentioned her ailment to her husband so he choked her.