Says She Will Fight her husband's Divorce Proceedings to the Bitter End.
West Chester, Pa., Feb. 4. "I am fighting for my honor and that of my children," said Mrs. Caroline L. Hills, wife of Rector G. Heathcote Hills, of Holy Trinity Church, who has brought suit against her for absolute divorce, to a reporter this evening.
"This case may be pushed, and I will fight it to the bitter end that I may be fully vindicated before the courts and the people. Howard Garett, with whom I am charged with having been intimate, will never appear against me at the trial."
Mrs. Hills, looking pale and attired in a neat-fitting costume of black, cam e in town this afternoon. She walked to the rectory, where her husband is residign with his other as housekeeper. She rang the bell and was admitted to the room where teh rector sat in an easy chair. Little emotion was displayed by either as they confronted each other.
"Mr. Hills," she said, "I have come to take away the furniture in this house which belongs to me."
"Very well," was the reply, "you can have it."