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The Sensational Storke Divorce Suit on Trial
The Sensational Storke Divorea Suit on Trial. Regular Qnnrtorly Mectlnc orthe Board of Supervlrforii Condition or the V. .U. C. A Reports of the County Olliccrs. tBrach office. No. T13 state street where news, advertisement anil nrrinn frti- Turn Times are received. The Storke divorce case was called up for trial In the Superior Court of this county yesterday morning before Judge W. B. Cope. The plaintiff, Yda Addis Storke. was present with her counsel, Messrs. Wright and Day. The defendant, Charles Albert Storke, was present and represented bv C. C. Stephens of Los Angeles and W. P. Dutcner ot this city. Mr. Wright moved the Court that the cast be conducted with closed doors. Mr. Stephens stated that the defendant desired that the case be conducted in as public a manner as possible., as the case against him had been made public. YDA ADDIS STORKE. The Court stated that as the complaint and other papers had been kept from the public, it was not thought best to conduct the case with open doors and made an order excluding from the court-room all except the parties In the action, their counsel and officers of the court. The plaintiff, Yda Addis Storke. arrived in the city from Los Angeles Sunday evening. She was in a very weak coudltlon and had to be carried to and from the courtroom. The forenoon session waa taken up with the deposition of Mrs. Storkes's aunt, Mary Hllils Short. Mrs. Storke was on the stand in the afternoon.