have their troubles 12 July 1898

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have their troubles 12 July 1898 - is his at — is exceptionally is HAVE THEIR...
is his at — is exceptionally is HAVE THEIR TROUBLES, The Benners and Bennetts in a Mess, George Benner, of the South Side, and John G. Bennett, of the North Side, are having troubles of their own all on account of woman. Bennett was put in jail last night not because Benner wanted him put there, but through his maneuvering just the same. Benner's wife was missing from his home and he thought she was with her sister, Rose Martindale, who keeps house for Bennett, so he sent a policeman over there to search for her. . But the policeman did not find her there. Instead, he found a condition of affairs which warranted him to arrest Bennett and the Martindale woman on an ugly charge and brought them to jail. Bennett wife, but is claimed to have a he says he is divorced from her, although the woman herself denies it. The Martindale woman savs that Benner has had five of them, none of which he has been able to retain, however. The prisoners succeeded in obtaining a release on bail and will stand a trial tomorrow. j

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  1. Logansport Reporter,
  2. 12 Jul 1898, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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