lt is not often that a son will travel across the continent frorn Arizona to Michigan to secure the arrest of afather. Yet snch au event cnlminated Wednesday in the arrest of Eli F. Cuddaback, of 439 Spring sfc. , on complaint of his sou Walter S. Cuddaback on the charge of sending threatening letters to his wife and his sou who are living at Nogalles, Arizona. The son is a young man of about 25 or 28, and he brought the letters with him. The letters contain some vile language and threats of coming out to Arizona to shoot them tinless t.hey return some property and mortgages The tronble gorws out of some property difficulty, Cuddaback was a switchman in the employ of the Ann Arbor road about three years ago when he was hurt and for a time it was thought that he would die. To save the expense of probating his property he deeded it over to his wife. Then he got well. But the wife kept the property including a large sum of money he had in the bank which she had transferred to her name. He was a saving man and an old soldier who drew $12 a month pension and had accumulated abont $6,000. He had considerable trouble with his wife over ,he matter and they separated. Before he went to Arizona they had a heated nterview in a lawyers office at which ie flnally let her go with the property. Before they lef t he bid his wife and son 'arewell. To the son he wished good uck but turning to the wife he said. 'I never want to hear f rom yon again. '. never want to see you again in this world and when you die, may heil be your doom." The sympathy of the neighbors seern to be with Cuddaback. A warrant was issued for Cuddaback jy Justice Duffy this morning on the complaint of toe son. He was brought into court this afternoon and his examination set for Friday with bail flxed at J500. He was hunting for bail this afternoon.