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THE1 OREGON STATESMAN,' SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1928
Wife Proves Man Hater;
Nags by Mail, Complaint
You Need Meat
We Sell It
0 -And we sell it at prices that you can af-
ford. Eat plenty and buy here. Even the
His wife turned out to be a
, Such is the gist of a complaint
filed in circuit court here yester
day by R. S. Montgomery asking
divorce from Zuia Montgomery.
They were married May 12,
1923. and on that date his trou
ble began, he indicates. Her atti
tude In the matter of family obli
gations was not a very cohesive
one, and she frequently did. not
choose to remain at home with
him. She often told him in vig
orous and colorful language that
she cared not for men, their com
pany and their ways. ' She made
particular application of this prin
Eventually she left him.
Sire went east to Flint, Michi
gan, near where it seems she had
a farm and three children of her
, Even from there, however, she
subjected him to an intermittant
nagging of the mail order variety.
We hava a 1936 Buick Stand
ard Coupe well equipped. 70
new rubber, glass enclosure,
1928 license and a fine car in
every way for $375.00.
tvery choice cuts can be had here at sur
prisingly low prices.
Montgomery vouchsafes. Letters
from her told him that his "next i
wife ought to be an Oregonian
used to living in the woods, and
one who will stick to him."
Ail this had a deplorable effect
on Montgomery's peace of mind,
The time when she left him is
given as August. 1927.
HAMS our own make, Sugar Hi
Cured Light Weight LftC
SAUSAGE Pure Pork,
NEXT TUESDAY EVENING
PORK To Roast,
"The House That Service Built
ciple to himself.
PURE LARD OUR OWN MAKE
Bring your own pail, lb ..
173 South Commercial "Where a Dollar Does Its Duty'
LOCAL NE WS BRIEFS
Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Maden and
Frank C. Cary apent Friday in
Portland. They returned with
several new Nash model with
which to fill special orders re
ceived by the F. W. Pettyjohn
fSce th Bayen and Gordon Fight
Pictures at mign s uapuui i-
Klpn Car Recovered
The Chevrolet roadster which
was stolen in this city Thursday
night was located by Officer Ed
wards early Friday morning
parked near the new YMCA build
ing on Court street.
Guaranteed Iry Wood & Coal
Cord wood and mill wood.
Given Five Days
Charles Morgan, who was ar
rested Wednesday night, charged
- with being intoxicated, was sen-
: tenced to five days in the city Jail.
Morgan resides at 89 North Com
. mercial street.
Cooked Food Sale-
American War Mothers today
Mrs. Bethesba Beals Buchanan
executive secretary of the Wash
ineton State Tuberculosis associa
tion, with headquarters in Seattle,
wa a rlBitor at the child neaitn
-demonstration Thursday afternoon
md conferred with Dr. William
DeKleine, director of the demon-
Two Bands at Schlndler's Sat.
Stage leaves Terminal at 8:45.
Hasey Estate $2471
Inventory and appraisement fil
ed yesterday in probate In the
matter of the estate of Sarah J.
Basey estimates the value of the
estate at $2471.48, nearly all in
real property. Appraisers are Earl
Pruttt. Egbert Pruitt and H. Can
ada. . 9
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Loyal Whitney, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Whitney, Route
1. Salem, and Donald Kuhn, son
of Fred Kuhn of Dayton were op
erated on in the Salem General
hospital last Thureday and Friday
respectively. Both are recovering
At prices you can afford. Ex
aminations free. Dr. C. A. El
drledge. Dentist, 303 State street,
Dave Morton, who had been in
the hospital since Sunday suffer
ing from burns received when a
battery he was repairing exploded
spilling acid over his face and in
juring hie eyes, returned to his
home in the Hollywood district,
last night. Morton is proprietor
of the Hollywood garage.
Old Time Dance
Crystal Garden, Saturday night.
Prowler Kilters Print Shop
The Rowland printing shop In
the basement of the Masonic tem
ple was entered by a prowler early
Triday morning. Indications show
ed that all the drawers had been
raniarlrtil avMantl tn March for
money. It wa reported to local
made in investigation. It was be
lieved that the prowler entered
through the window in the stairway.
Apartment For Rent
$30. and $35, with garage, hot
water, heat, electric range, ice
boxes. See owner, Mrs. Styles.
2075 Fairgrounds Road.
the state of Oregon. The work
will be under the direction of
Thomas Gerdine, division engi
neer of the United States geologi
cal survey. The map will be com
pleted before June 15.
A discussion on the proposed
Salem-Portland highway through
Champoeg will be held at the Cen
tral library in Portland Sunday af
ternoon beginning at 2:30 o'clock.
Much has been said both for and
against the highway during the
past month, and several meetings
hare been held in Salem and Port
land concerning the new movement.
Special Sunday Dinner Served
5:45 to 8 p. m., Marion Hotel.
Received at Hospital
L. B. Brldwell of Salem was
received at the Salem General hos
pital last night where he will un
dergo an operation soon.
Fried Spring Chicken
Sunday at O'Leary's.
Workmen's Insurance Paid
A check for $118.07 was yestef
day forwarded from the office of
the Marlon county clerk to the
state Industrial accident commis
sion in payment of thia county's
share of insurance costs which
the county is required to bear un
der the state workmen's compen
sation act as amended by the 1927
Cooked Food Sale by Ladies
Of St. Joseph's Church at S. P.
Ticket office today.
Austen McDermitt, who was ar
rested here Wednesday night,
charged with being drunk, was
released from the city jail early
yesterday morning on condition
that he leave the city.
See the Rayes and Gordon Fight
Pictures at Bllgh's Capitol to
High School Assembly-
Coach "Spec" Keene of Willam
ette university appeared at the
senior high school assembly Fri
day morning to speak upon the
state basketball tournament to be
played off next week. The school
orchestra also played two num
Special Saturday Only-
Baskets 1-3 off. parnatione
$1.00 doz. (no deliveries). Adams
florist, 453 Court.
At McLaughlin School
County School Superintendent
Fulkerson was in the McLaughlin
district last evening to attend a
pi social and cooking school ex
hibit at the school house there.
The Medical and Thinking
; -World say we cannot have good
health and bad teeth. Have your
teeth examined Immediately. Ex
aminations free. Dr. C. A
Eldriedge, Dentist, Salem, Oregon
E. W. Mason was issued a per
mit yesterday to erect a one and
one half story dwelling to be lo
cated at 1710 NorthCottage street.
Estimated cost is $4000.
See the Bayes and Gordon Fight-
Pictures at Bllgh's Capitol to
To Erect Dwelling
A permit to erect a one story
dwelling to be located on D street
was Issued to Emma Murnhv
! Brown . Estimated cost of the
structure is $5000.
Get Genuine Mazda Lamps
At Lockwoods, 291 N. Commer
cial. Phone 866.
Eliot to Speak
Willis Ayers Eliot of Portland;
president of the State Audubon
society and an authority on birds
of the Pacific coast, will show
picture slides and lecture tonight
on Oregon birds, dwelling espec
ially on those that will be In evi
dence soon. The lecture will be giv
en in the lobby of the Y. M. C. A:
and Is open to the public It will
begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
Cooked Food Sale 0
American War Mothers today
School In Church
The Congregational church, a
half mile north of the site of the
Central Howell school building de
stroyed by fire Thursday morning
has been secured as a temporary
school room and will be fitted up
with tables and benches and more
Best Rooming and Boarding
House proposition I have ever
investigated in Salem not here
tofore on the market owner re
tiring must sell gilt edge prop
erty close in. Harris, Masonic
AH popular breeds of baby
chicks now on Bale at Flake's
Petland, 273 State.
Will Finish Map
A contract was entered Into
here Friday between the state en
gineer and the topographic branch
of the United States department
of the Interior for the completion
at a tonozraDhlc man of tht Ma
dras quadrangle In Jefferson
county. The cost of the work
was estimated at $4750. of which
one-half will be paid by the fed
eral government and one half by
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ABOUT LOCAL OR EASTERN
1 RAILROAD TRIPS
. Willamette .Valley Lis
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
C F. BRETTHAUPT
Telephone ISO ill State St,
Rewound and Repaired, New
cr Used Motors
VlrfflfcttT & TODD
- Thing Electrical -191
South. High. ..TeL 211
windows added before next week.
It is probable classes will be re
sumed Monday for the 68 students
of the district. The church build
ing will serve as a school until the
present term is ended. J. V. Star
rett is principal of the school.
A number of new classes are be
ing started at the Capital Busi
ness College one next Monday
a class in beginning shorthand.
Many are planning to enroll. An
especially good time. Investigate.
Governor Patterson Friday au-
thorii ' the extradition of F. O
Bondissin who is wanted at Los
Angeles charged with Issuing
checks without funds to cover
them. Bondissin is under arrest at
LaGrande. The governor has re
quested the return to Oregon of
Frank Hanna who is under arrest
in Washington. Hanna is wanted
In Clackamas county on a charge
of falling to support his wife and
Jar Proof Watches
The marvel of the day. See
them at Pomeroy & Keene's.
Furnished Home f 4100
Furnace, fireplace, garage, 120
foot frontage on Fairgrounds road
$500 down, balance exactly like
rent. Immediate possession. Becke
& HendScks, 189 North High
The election of officers of the
Young Women's Christian associa
tion at Willamette university is
under way. Those elected will
serve for one year. The following
were nominated: for president, Be
atrice Lockhart and Elsie Tucker;
f r vice president, Gaynelle Beckett
and Anna Mary McKinley; for
secretary, Betty Lewis and Mar
garet Schrelber; for treasurer,
yirginia Slnsser; and for under
graduate representative, Virginia
River, truck driver. There was a
total of 497 accidents reported to
the commission during the week.
57 YEARS TEACHER
IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Prof. Lee H. Baxter of Portland
attended the funeral of the late
Frank Morrison on Monday, then
after visiting his nephew, Clair
Baker, general yardmaster of the
Southern Pacific, returned t o
Portland yesterday. Tuesday Prof
essor Baker has just completed 57
years of continuous service as
teacher in the Oregon public
schools. He served as principal of
one, of the Salem schools for a
period of four years. The last four
years he has been principal of the
Shaver school at Portland, retir
ing from active service January
1. 1928. Professor Baker is an
Oregon pioneer crossing the plains
with ox teams in 1854. He proba
bly holds the record for long ser
vice as a teacher in the public
schools on the Pacific coast.
democrat, has filed for the office
of district attorney for Columbia
"Fair and impartial enforce
ment of all laws," is Mr. Storla's
C. F. Stone of Klamath Falls Is
seeking the office of curcult court
of the 13th Judicial district, com
prising Klamath county. He filed
his declaration in the office of the
secretary of state today.
V. C. Cozad, democrat, has filed
for the office of district attorney
of Harney county. He lives at
"Honest endeavor to compel
obedience to the laws of Oregon,"
Is the slogan adopted by Mr. Co
J. p. Yates of Wasco would
serve as representative in the leg
islature for the 28th representa
tive district, comprising Sherman.
Gilliam and Wheeler counties. He
is a republican.
MARSHFIELD, Ore.. Mar. 9.
(AP) - The fi,rst round in the Coos
county basketball tournament at
Myrtle Point this morning result
Marshfield 47; Arago 16; North
Bend 40; Powers 19.
MORE LISTINGS EVERY DAY
FOR PRIMARY ELECTION
! We have a suspicion that some
time Russia Is going to learn to
its cost that yellow la not a racial
characteristic of the Chinese.
Cooked Food Sale -
American War Mothers today
Pride, Health and Personal
Appearance are calling upon
you to "clean up" that mouth. At
least put same in a aanitary con
dition. You would not 'wear a
black mask or permit a soiled spot
to remain on the outside of your
face then why permit Buch a
condition to exist on the inside?
Allow me to examine your teeth
and give you advice. Dr. C. A.
Eldriedge, Dentist, 301 State
street, Salem, Oregon.
Two Industrial Deaths
There were two fatalities In
Oregon due to industrial accidents
during the week ending March 8
according to a report prepared by
the state industrial accident com
mission Friday. The victims were
Victor Klotchkoff, Westport, rig
ger, and Walter H. Laws, Rogue
FINE TORIC reading leatat. W la
nr year fUuea otat breaks.
Thompson-Glutsch Optical Co.
110 X. Cemia'I St.
Also repair Adding Machines,
Numbering Machines, Check
ATLAS BOOK STORE
485 State St.
Without Deration or leas of tlm.
S29 Oregon Bid.
I C. SKITH OOBOVA
All Jtakea Vted Ifaeatnas
rasas S1 S1 Coart It.
Expert Shoe Fitters
John J. Rottle
415 State St.
in Light and Dark also Car
mels and soft centers, all as
sortments. This sells regalar
at 80c a lb.
Week End Special
at, per lb.
Two lbs. for
We reserve the right to limit
on this special. Sold only In
pound Iota at thia price.
Only at the Original Candy
1S5 N. Com'l Si.
Phone ltr '
i The Penslar Agency
Original Yellow Front
F. S. Ivanhoe of La Grande Fri
day filed with the secretary of
state here his declaration of can
didacy for election as delegate to
the national republican conven
tion. "I will use my best efforts,"
read Mr. Ivanhoe's statement, "to
bring about the nomination of
those persons for president and
vice president who receive the
largest number of votes at the
primary election In Oregon."
Mr. Ivanhoe requests that the
following slogan be printed after
his name on the official ballot:
"I believe In personal integrity,
partly loyalty, economical admin
istration of public affairs."
J. F. Clark of West Linn has
filed for the republican nomina
tion for representative in the leg
islature for the 16th representa
tive district, comprising Clacka
"My best efforts to benefit my
constituency," is the slogan adopt
ed by Mr. Clark.
(W. A. Wood of Rainier seeks
election as a delegate from the
state at large to the democratic
Mr. Wood requests that the slo
gan, "Enforcement of all laws" be
printed after his name on the of
John L. Storla of St. Helens,
Thomas Taylor, 460 North 21st
street, died Thursday at 9:15 at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. F.
M. Hill of Gervais. Funeral servi
ces will bo held at the Hill home
in Gervais today at 1 p. m. Inter
ment will be in the I.O.O.F. cem
etery. He is survived by his wi
dow, Mary Taylor, and one daugh
ter, Mrs. F. M. Hill. Two sons
and two daughters have died previously.
Robert A. Snider, age 69, died
in Los Angeles. Services Saturday
afternoon, 1:30 o'clock, from Rig
dpn mortuary. Survived by his
widow, Lillian Snider, two daugh
ters. Miss Helen Snider and Mrs.
Gladys McDonald, both of Salem;
one eon, Jess Snider, Seattle; one
stepson, Fred Rice, of Los Ange
les; three brothers, Bert Snider
and Rev. A. B. Snider, both of
Portland, and George Snider, Lyle,
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BAKED HAM DINNER
Every Saturday Night
Oh Boy, Those Pies!
' Movies Taken at the Armory
SALEM BOYS' CHORUS IN MOVIES
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Wash.; and two sisters. Mrs. Hat
tie Hlnshaw. Newberg and Mrs.
Belle Lyle, of Drain.
In this city, March 9, Robert H.
Pa-ne. aged 32 yeare. Surviving
are the widow, Helen Payne and
one son, John Robert Payne, all
of Mill City; two brothers. Page
and Russell Payne of Berkeley.
Calif., and one sister. Vera Payne
MJpha of Berkeley. Calif. Re
mains are being forwarded by
Rigdon mortuary .Sunday, March
11. to Berkeley for funeral serv
ices and interment.
In this city, March I. Mrs.
Laura Yeager died at the age of
74 years. She is eurvived by her
MT. CREST ABBEY
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husband, Chris Yeager. three
daughters, Mrs. C. G. Schules of
Mlddleton, Iowa, Mrs. Mabeb
Starks of St. Johns, Oregon, and
Mrs. K. F. Ludington of Carletou,
Oregon, and three sons, C. W. Fox
of Oakland, Cal., Warren C. Fox.
of Topeka. Kanaas, and Bruce Fox
of Salem. Funeral services will be
held Saturday. March 10, at 3 p.
m., from the Rigdon mortuary,
with interment in Cityvlew cemetery.
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