May 23, 1921 (13th Parliament, 5th Session)

LIB

Charles Adolphe Stein

Liberal

Mr. STEIN:

It was a mistake on my part; it was Mrs. de Martigny who obtained the alimony. Now, in the action brought against Mrs. de Martigny by her husband as well as in the attempt of the suppliant's mother to obtain the custody of the child, the Superior Court ruled that no adultery had been proved against Mrs. de Martigny, and I think that if hon. gentlemen will read the evidence that was submitted to the Divorce Committee they will come to the conclusion that this is not a case in which a divorce should be granted.

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