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Brooklyn Standard Union of July 1, 1907/ PROVED HER AUREOLE WAS NO BLEACHED AFFAIR Mrs.Henry PFIEST, of 27 Columbia street, and John WITHERS of Bushwick avenue and Chauncey street,were in the New Jersey avenue court to-day in answer to a summons secured by Christina MOHN, of 292 Chauncey street. It is alleged that Mrs. PFIEST and Mr. WITHERS called Miss MOHN a "bleached blonde" and other names.
Mrs. PFIEST has a son, Harry, who is said to be in love with Christina, and after he leaves work at 10 o'clock at night he goes to see her. He rarely returns to his home before 2 o'clock in the morning.Mrs. PFIEST objected to his admiration for Christina and to his staying out more than half the night. One night last week Harry was later than usual. Mrs.PFIEST went to Christina's home and asked for him. She was told that he was not there. It is alleged that she then called the girl a "bleached blonde". A wordy quarrel ensued. Mrs. PFIEST was backed up and assisted by WITHERS,who keeps a grocery store nearby. The following day Miss MOHN secured the summons, and in court to-day she proved that her hair was not bleached. Magistrate HYLAN told Mrs.PFIEST not to interefere with her son's love match, and also told Harry to get to his home before 2 o'clock in the morning. I am not related & have no other info (what a hoot!)