Fred Gscheidle divorces
WIVES TELL COURT TALES OF NEGLECT, Judge O'Neill Makes Orders Directing Five Husbands to Provide Support. NEWLYWEDS AMONG THEM Five cases of non - support were heard hy Judge James J. O'Neill yesterday yesterday and the usual order was issued in each case. Patrick Walsh, who lives with his mother at 520 Eynon street, 'West Scranton, was ordered to pay $15 monthly to support of his wife. She accused him of deserting her in the West seven years ago after he had made $20,0'J0 by the sale of mining stock. Walsh, refuted the fortune - making charge, saying that he never made 20,000 cents. He was sent to jail until such time as he furnished a bond of $200 to comply with the court s order. Mrs. Margaret Sutcliffe, of 901 South Main avenue, appeared against her husband, William Sutcliffe, proprietor of a cigar and candy shop on South Main avenue. She said that he makes from $175 to $225 net, monthly, and owns property worth $7,000. Sutcliffe asserted that he does not make more than $75 a month, but the court ordered ordered him to contribute $25 a month to the woman. Daniel Williams, coal wagon teamster, teamster, said he makes only $10 a week. He was ordered to pay his wife, Sarah, $15 a month. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gscheidle. married Aug. 21, 1911, quarreled over the hanging. of a pair of pictures of the wife's brother. Mrs. Gscheidle testified that her mother - in - law forbade her son hanging the pictures. "His mother said I was ruining her sugar lump's health," said Mrs. Gscheidle. Asked what she meant by "sugar lump," the wife pointed to her husband. She said he was his mother's "sugar lump." He works as a clerk for the Delaware and Hudson at $45 a month and picks up an odd dollar here and there as a musician. He was ordered to pay his wife $15 a month. Alex Carson, of West Scranton, Scranton, was directed to pay $15 to his wife monthly, and Willliam Simons, of Ash' street, must provide a like amount for his wife and two children.