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CAPTAIN PHILLIPS DIVORCED. Light Thrown Upon Social Life in Army Barracks. Justice Gaynor has confirmed the report of Referee Cromwell G. Macy awarding the plaintiff a decree of absolute divorce In the buit of Captain John W. L. Phillips, U. S. A afrainst Mrs. Myrtle G. i'hil'.lps. and tho testimony in the case was 31rd under seal in the office of llic County Clerk this morning with the oilier papers. That part of tho papers which is niost Interesting Is tho evidence taken before the reioree, throwing, as it does, t ont-i.lorah'c il'nmin.itioii upon barracks foeiiil life. Captain Thomas F. Dwyer, a brother army officer, is named as the co-respondent by Captain Phillips. Captain I'liiUips lives at 9-11 President street, but I"1 serving with the Twenty-levcnt'h l'tiit'"l .States Infantry, statiom .1 at Fo. t Sheridni- Captain Dwytr is now sta tioner! at 'iirt Micning, uui a', mo inno or the happen incs Dwyer and Mrs. band was station which affected Captain Phillips, the hitter's h used at PlaUslwrgh, N. Y.

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 25 Mar 1904, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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