Charles Pennington; wife missing. He is son of Capt. W . E. Pennington.
Maga- Keis- cirr- ; Oa. .M M T Trace of islatau. WHERE IS MRS. PEKNtNfiTON t Her Ilasbaad la Tew Trying to Find Seme Trace ef iler. Charles Pennington, son ol Capv, W. E. Pennington, the well-known well-known well-known ex-Station ex-Station ex-Station Keeper at Central police station, was in town yeterday looking for his wife, Mrs. Ill Penningt. who left him, be said. about two week ago. The Penning- Penning- tons live on a tana near Bewleyville, Breckinridge county. Pennington said that the only reason his wit left him was because she did not like te live in the country. He had not heard a word from ber sine she left, and had no idea where th was. A Conrier-J Conrier-J Conrier-J o urnal reporter found that Mrs. Pennington had come to Louisville about two weeks ago, and had gone to the home ot Mrs. Gears Hume, at 225 at Madison street. Mrs. Hum said she had knownl tfee runaway wife ever since she was girL. She came to her house and asked to stay there, aul a Utile later that day ber trunk cam. Mrs, Pennlngtoa waa told that she could not stav. Mr. Hume said Mrs. Pennington left th same day site came. &ne aiu she did not know why Mrs. Pennine ton bad left her husband, nor where an was. The -' better th the