TWO WIVES EACH . GOT FAIR SHARE A Division of Esta'te Under " Doctor's Will Reveals a Romance. WOMEN ARE FRIENDS BouMcr. Col , Xo, 1 A romance tn the life ol the late Dr, Charles Alnhrook, w pionwr phyakian if Boulder, Itas reveiiled wlien hia Bill was filed for probate. Dr, AmWook divided this bulk 6f I)i8 "estate betlfcen his, first and second wives - r - Dr Mary Louise Anibrook, fjrom whom ho waa drvorced, and ftcn Revine fcternberg'' Anibrook. To hla eon, Albert William, by his first wift, fie left Jiersonal property property of no 'great Suluc, Thirteen years ago I)r. Anibrook vje colled to attend Mi Grace Ucmiio Sternbegv the nineteen year - old daugh - 1 ter of J), ICSternbeg It w as a cua of love at find, sight on both sidesj Pr Ambiebk n then fifty eight years old, btif disparity In sges did not afTectthei ardor of thtirafTectlon for each other. Dr Ambiook got a divorce, and a! year Inter martieil MUs Siterabegj The first llrs 'Ambrdok, with money pro' tided by her divorced huslfilnd, attend ed the medical school at th UniVcrsi ty of Jlicljigsti at Ann Arbor vhere she cradiiateil After receiving her degree sh returned to Bouldir to practise mediune and oci upied a house next door to. thai of her diioned hw band. Xo, I became friendly ith Sirs Anibrook Xo. 2. A son, Albert, born by fho fiiat nUr riage and now thirfy year or age, has Iied with, hia mother aince the separation and he was present when hii father liod, After his deah.Dr Ambrook's body was hi Id a week, to tarry put the wishes of the deceased, who always bad a fear of being buried sine. The widow sjid Albert attended to all funeral funeral details and the, body was interred seen days jifter denth The will filed In the county court prottded that AlBcif William Anibrook tfhaU be given bis fathers watih, walking ease, military pajiers, type writer end desk. Out of his life m aurance "shall be paid Ji note of tl 000 for money lent him by hi uifeflfnce: Kevino Ambrook, The residue of the life Iiisnrance shall go. to Wary Ambrook who js also glicn the frame residence in whkli, he had been living and a brick home and 180 acres of farm fund in Cheyenne Cheyenne county, Neb, This is given her for her turn, and upon her deatU tbi ia to go to the eon, Albeit illjnm Ambrook, A desire waa expressed that the money be invested in Interest bearing securities. The property can bo disposed disposed of by Alary Louisa Ambrook and Alhert tt illiam Joining m the deed ' Two lots on Twelfth street were bequeathed bequeathed to hla widow, Grace ReMne Ambrook. who was also made executrix executrix of the? will. A desire Trsa' e - pressed In the will that Grace 'BeMne Ambrook phall t Jm e eleven twenty - firsts of the ""property, and If the portion portion willed lier exceeded that amount an adjustment rould, be made by which Mary Loulie Ambrook could receive what will espial ten twenty firsts In cane tne parties could not agree arbi trators shall decide lh matter. While it did hot appear tn the will, It la stated that the life Insurance' le about 97.000 The property on Twelfth street brings In a monthly rental of $110 The Nebraska farm consists .of dry land.