Mrs. Kate Pïuett, of Pittsfield, through her attorney A. E. Gibsou, filect a bilí this moruing asking for a divorce trom her husband William Prnett, au employee in a Detroit photograph gallery. They were married in Detroit, April 11, 1894, and have two children aged three and four years. She charges that she canie to Pittsfield to visit some relatives with his consent but that he refnsed to fnrnish her any means to get back to him, and that although he was earning $10 a week, in the last three years he has not applied more than $15 to her support or that of their two children. She states that the reason he assighed for not allowing her to go back to Detroit was that his mother wonldn't have it, that his letters have been abnsive and that only at long intervals has he sent her a single dollar bilí. ' She wants the custody of her children. The wife beatiug case agaiust William Mulholland has been adjourned in Jnstice Duffy's court until Feb. 2, and the case against Marquardt for breaking a saloon window has been set for the same date.