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To Set Aside Divorce

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Frank W. Beach and Bertha E. Beaeb, of Ypsilanti town, were disvoired March 11, 1893. Now Frank W. Beacn "by fais attorneys Cavanaugh & Wedemeyer has filed a bilí in the circuit court? to have the divorce set aside on the grounds that the eutire proceedings upon whicb the decree of divorce was granted are irregular and void, iu that no defanlt of the defendant was ever entered in the case and no answer had been filed and testimony was taken and decree granted npon the gronud oi cruelty, non-support and drunkenness in three months and eight days after the wife had filed a bilí asking for a divorce, while the statute requires that unless the divorce be for desertion no proofs sball be taken within four months except for the purpose of perpetnatiug testimony. The divorce proceedings were ccmmenced by Bertha Ë. Beach on Dec. 3, last and she iropleaded with the defendant, In? father and mother and the late Daniel B. Greene. She afterwards discontinued proceedings against the other defendants and on March 11 took a decree of divorce again&t her husband.