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DOCTOR’S FRANK EVIDENCE. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright.. LONDON, December 4. (Received December 5, at 9-10 a.m.) In the High Court Dr Fraser, of Saif J-'rancisco, <;avo evidence that did not give birth to a. child, but adopted an illegitimate boy of Lilian Anderson. The doctor added that he, gave a certificate calling the child Slingsby in order to protect Lilian Anderson’s good name. ('Jn this case Charles Sliugsby is seeking to establish the legitimacy of Teddy, his four-ye-ar-oid son. His two brothers assert that the mother war, living in British Columbia and went to San Francisco, that her child was stillborn, and that she advertised for a child and secured Toddy, and foisted him upon Charles.]

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THE SLINGSBY ESTATES, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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THE SLINGSBY ESTATES Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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