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A DIVORCE IN DAKOTA.

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A DIVORCE IN DAKOTA. Iltdgment was given in the Divorce Court IfI. JSfoudav in the action, Cass v. Cass (other- wise Pfaff), the petitioner, being granted a Stare* facts of the case are that two Ameri- jgjtua Were married at Stiittg-nrt, Germany, is 18,J, The husband was Mr. Henry Pfaff, of '4)Ð, In.1892 hie wife obtained a divorce ,ia the courts of South Dakota, and in May, 'j8t9, she married an Englishman, Mr. 'Itefliard Croft Cass, in iNew lork. Mr. Cass ■MOW nought to obtain a decree of nullity of 'imrrin^e. Mr, Pfaff, on the marriage certificate, described as a widow, but her first hus- put in an appearance only a week after Iter second marriage. In tl!eee circumstances Ib, Caffix asked his lord. liip to declare that .A divorce obtained in Uakota by Mrs. Pfaff ,was not binding, and that the marriage Mr. ,C.am wut through with her was not legal If was stated that in the divorce proceed- Mr. Pfaff was not served with any of pajpcrjs to the suit, although he was, later ,41fI# niiwd by his wife for maintenance. If'í,. lordship held that the divorce obtained fat Mr#. VfsK was not valid, and therefore marriage with Mr. Cass was not legal.

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