The Findings in the Storke Divorce Case
The Findings in the Storke Divorce Divorce Case. The Husband Was Not Cruel, Nor Is the Wife Insane. An Englishman Suddenly Becomes a Raving Maniac. The Frogrammo for the Coming Flower Cuniivul Arrlvul of the City of SydneyA SydneyA Successful Hun News N.otes and Persoottls'. Branch olflcc. No. 713 State street, where news, advertisements and orders for 'Ihe Tiubs are received. J Judge W. B. Cope In his findings in the divorce case of Yda Addis Storke vs. Charles Albert Storke finds that the allegations of the plaintiff's complaint are not true. That the allegations In the cross-complaint cross-complaint cross-complaint of the defendant are true, but at the times the acts transpired the plaintiffs mental and physical condition were such as to render render her irresponsible therefor. They do not prove cruelty as In contemplation of the statutes. He also llnds that the plaintiff plaintiff prior to marriage was not insane, and that she is not now Insane.