Minnie Meeker divorce petition of Ira W. Meeker relates St. Patrick's Day assault.
HT. IT!!I 'K'S l)AV SSU1.T In the answer of Minnie Meeker to the divorce petition of Ira V. Meeker, she relates how on St. Patrick's Patrick's Day, 1923, her husband dragged dragged her into a drup store In Uucy-lus Uucy-lus Uucy-lus and, In the presence of strangers, strangers, brutally assaulted her. Mrs. Meeker charges her husband struck her in the face, choked her, then dragged her from the drug store to the police station, where he demanded the police to lock her up on a charge of Immorality. Mrs. Meeker says he could not produce the evidence which the liucyrus police police demanded, so he was ordered out of town. The wife avers her husband accosted accosted ber on the streets In Mansfield, Mansfield, April 2nd, and declared be would beat her again. She denies all the charges made by her husband, especially as to Immoral character. Mrs. Meeker claims her husband was not nly Immoral but told his children his immoral acts. The wife through her attorney, George W. Blddle, ask that she be granted a divorce, the custody of the children, alimony and that Meeker be enjoined from molesting her. The Injunction was granted by Judge (iaibrallh.