Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
Uaqueochablo Thirst. this gait on tbe occasion of bis tbe Mlxth-evenae Mlxth-evenae Mlxth-evenae lobster shop. were in hla tow. They were and. elating tbe situation at they began to be especially they had been hungry. Kven were picking a morsel here or when a trio of frail young dears vlanda to the tune of toting to that hour. It would their bunger might be a thing of Not so their thirst, however. It for theirs, and a quart -was -was before I hem when. In temporary lue women, tne lurpunn ru younger men of bis acquaint 'had ' noticed his companions. on them. They were his young women, the furnisher added when the others give that he'd be delighted lo make to them. wine drinkers became six. Its Were welcome to the others. three women may 4e a satis when the three are hungry la liberal, but when the flxi reapportionment certainly Is in or the women, observing the ap the men, rose and seated herself chair that a 'waiter had placed, gap between the other two and and the nearest. A. Familiar Face- Face- thus the party were aeated table In a sociable alternation and trousers.. One of . the noted that the face of the, his aide waa familiar. Two or previous she had served aa -that -that shop In which the proprietor mad headquarters. The new ventured the opinion that the engaging tbe company beat checks and making change by which the damsel responded by sticking her tongue against her bestowing a sldewlse toss of her direction of the furnisher, a ' that was whole volumes for Tbe other women were much Inclined to liveliness, and were as thirsty- thirsty- as they had been ' stood to hi end with characteristic ardor. Nobody but himself could there was' no lack of wine In consequence. Bottles were produced end hur and In an hour the six were better thank you. They preserved demeanor, and seemed good Indefinite continuance Of It. when there arose above their almost chattter a long drawn peal ot laughter, ending in a squeal that the laugher's tlpslnfss. I cellar because he took bread and meat from the family pantry. Neighbors ms-sovered ms-sovered ms-sovered the child in the cellar, took him out and had the father .erreeted. and he waa sent to tbe workhouse, being unaoie to pay a line of 3 and costs. Tbe child has been at tbe Children's 'Home, bat had to oe sent "to the Refuge for various reasons. reasons. He gained 13 pounds during hla stay at tbe Hunt, vet aoDeared In Court to weigh much more than double that amount, hla growth seeming lo have been stunted, Family Trouhlen. Mamie Ieitsch filed suit yesterday for divorce from Frederick Deltaeh. a son of the Jate tThief of Police Deltsch. She says they were married in 13. aud that he has neglected her since that time. Tbey have three children, who have suffered because of their father's neglect, not having shoes to enable them to go to school, and being often hungry for lack of food or fuel In severely cold weather. He also abused his wife, and cursed her when she urged him to get employment and support her and their -children. -children. She asks for alimony out of hla share ot hla father" a estate. M. C. Ldrklns. attorney. -. -. Florence Fobiano wants a divorce from John Fobiano. Her charges are that he often beat her, but on his promise to do better sfne would continue to live with him. She could not stand It longer when he thrashed hell last Thursday, and tbry sep arated. 'They were married in August, lpol. M. C. f-yklns. f-yklns. f-yklns. attorney. A. settlement has been made of the alimony alimony In the suit of Kate S. Fowler against Win.- Win.- V. Fowler,-, Fowler,-, Fowler,-, She, was granted 4JU0 alimony, but negotiations for the payment of aa amount that - would represent the cash value of the award Instead of wait ing for tbe payment of the Installments In future were entered Into and 93,300 .was paid a few days ago. Maria Weltsel a complaint' against M ward Weitael In a suit for divorce filed yesterday through Attorney A. H. Bode, Jr., was that be had been absent for a number of years and failed to provide They were married in 1887. ' Hoffman Claims Damaga. Ludwlg F. Hoffman tiled the suit for dam ages yesterdsy which he threatened some days ago to file against John H. uierkea. It is charged that the defendant said In the presence of dfvers persons that tbe plaintiff was . thief and had -embessled -embessled money Thla trouble grew out of. the collection of insurance premiums "on which ' Hoffman claimed an amount aa commission greater than pterkea thought be ought to have, and which Hoffman withheld when he settled for his collections. He waa arrested and acquitted before a Magistrate. He asks 122,000 damages. A, H. Bode, Jr., attorney. LL"1Z,m CsVW teVsVACsW Fls tufted-rthe tufted-rthe tufted-rthe frame are Theyre.$2aoo out. 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