The Alberta Law Reports Volume 13

The Alberta Law Reports Volume 13

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...of time which Bell spent in England, Minnesota or Canada since their separation, and it 'is impossible on the evidence to say whether or not the state of Minnesota was for any length of time his bona fide domicil. The only evidence that Bell established his domicil in Minnesota, in addition to the allegations in the divorce proceedings themselves was a letter from him, dated at Minneapolis, to his infant daughter, but I do not regard this letter as at all sufficiently establishing a change of domicile from Canada or England to Minneapolis. On December 19, 1908, said Bell caused to be issued a complaint out of the District Court, fourth Judicial District, county of Hennepin, state of Minnesota, against the defendant praying for a divorce and alleging amongst other things: "1. That plaintiff and defendant intermarried at London, England, October 6th, 1897, which said marriage has not been dissolved. "2. That plaintiff now does and for more than one year last past has resided in the county of Hennepin and the state of Minnesota. "3. That the plaintiff is 31 years of age and the defendant is 31 years of age. "4. That there is one child living, Myrtle Ethel, aged 9, the issue of said marriage. "5. That ever since said marriage plaintiff had demeaned himself toward said defendant as a true and faithful husband. "6. That the defendant disregarding her duties as a wife, on or about the 7th day of December, 1906, wilfully and without just cause deserted plaintiff and for more than one year past, has been willfully absent from him without a reasonable or just cause. "Wherefore plaintiff prays that he may be divorced from said defendant and that he have such other and further relief as to the Court shall...
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