Clipped From The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune
Order Ties Up Hemping Fund Earl W. Hemping manager of the Furniture Mart of Iowa, in Davenport, toSay found himself barred from any part in the busi- aess and unable to touch a bequest valued at $25,000, due from the estate of his mother, Mrs. Anna Hempmg of Muscatine, as a re- suit of a writ obtained from Judge W. W. Scott in the divorce proceedings brought by his wife -Vfrs. Clara M. Hemping. In her petition Mrs. Hempmg charges cruelty and alleges that Hemping has continued to associate with other women despite hei protest. Tiiey married May 31, 1905 at Victor, la., she told th< court. They have a son and daughter, both of whom have reached maturity, and who share with he) in a two-thirds interest in th« Furniture Mart of Iowa. The writ, restraining- Hemping [rom interfering with the ccad'ict of the business, was granted on a P ] ea that further activity on the defendant's part would be detrimental. Hemping- is further en- joined from molesting his wife or their son and daughter. la obtaining an attachment in the amount of $25,000 against hi? stare in the estate of his mother in which he is sole beneficiary oi personal property, chiefly cash, Mrs. Hemping also got an in^.nation to restrain her husband from withdrawing any mcooy from the estate. Mrs. Hemping: entered a pica ;or $50 suit money and .$250 foi temporary attorney fees and asked the co'ur-t to fix permanent alimony upon a hearing of the cape. Juige Scott set the time [or hearing at 2 p. m. Jan. 9. Cci the P lua for temporary alimony.