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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem Oregon, Wednesday fllorning, .November 20, 1923
Supreme Court Holds in Fa
vcr of Local Physician
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The state supreme court. In an
Vision written by Justice Ross
taaa, Tuesday, affirmed the- de-
Mi nt Jndra T.' H MrUalitn nf
IM Marlon county circuit court. In
divorce suit filed by Lucy Bee,-
'Saurman, prominent Salem-physl-
1 ens. The lower court held for Dr.
- la .Jane, "127, Mrs. Saurman
Tilted her - original complaint
, against Dr. Saurman, in which
:.'ebe alleged cruel and inhuman
Treatment. The ease later was triea
- before Judge McMahan, with the
result that Mrs. Saurman obtained
a decree of divorce and a substan
tlal property settlement out of
To Or. Saurman
: A year later. In July, 1S28, Mrs.
flanvwiwaik at oa I w anttiia1l fn tttA
courts and asked that the decree
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charged that Dr. Sanrman's fican-
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ai siauaing aaa own uetru 11110
ren resented, and that the rase was
'tried , with neither the, judge veor
the deputy district. attorney in at-
a . a . . a I
. monthly alimony in the amount of
s 350 Instead of the property set
tlement. Ml a at at 1 J aw
aflO HUllUU iv acetic tut? uri&
tmal dirorrfl decreA was rpKlstrd hr
-shffldAwitnt filtrned bv disinterested
adeCby, the plaintiff. The affi-
, Saurman-' was I not a "nervous
wreck as alleged in her com-
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standing of Dr. Saurman was not
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By Mrs. giturmaii
Jnaobsequent affidavits Mrs.
Saurman made charges against a
number of prominent Salem men,
but the court held that there were
aot worthy of review in the pro
ceeding. "It remains for the court to
consider whether it is now possible
ft modify the divorce decree by
requiring the defendant to pay for
the plaintiff's support the amount
of f350 a month," head the su
preme court opinion.
"The plaintiff seems to believe
uat mis suit confers upon us
power to review and adjust, if
necessary, the property settlement
which the parties negotiated. The
complaint alleged that the parties
bad settled their property rights.
The prayer asked for no alimony
and the decree granted none. The
contract settling the property
rights apparently became no part
f the record in the divorce suit
We have considered all the
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sion to reverse or modify the con-
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Mrs. Ella Duchein and Frank
Warmarrs of Amity were Sunday
dinner guests in West Salem at
the home of Mrs: Duchein's par
eats. -Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rich
ardson of Rosemont avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. w. F. Thomas of
Buge atreet were Sunday dinner
fnestg at the home of Mr. and
mrs. a. r . i nomas or saiem.
juun xjangenoerg 01 Canada,
brother Of V I. I.a liPenhoraT ro
eently visited with his brother
end family of 1495 Edgewater
Lee Duchein and boy friend of
Amity were Monday visitors at
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awve s grauuparenis, .r. aaa Airs.
G. W. Richardson of West Salem.
David Hess of Wheatland via-
; uea in west saiem Sunday tor tne
purpose of calling on his son, W.
JJ. Hess, of Rosemont avenue,
; who has been quite ill for sever
. al weeks. The doctor says "It
will be at least three months be
fore he can do much going about
and six months before he will be
able to go about his work as usu-
'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mason and
family of Salem were Sunday
visitors at the G. W. Richardson
koine on Rosemont avenue.'
BUI McAdams of Plaza street
aaade e flying trip to Eugene
Sunday, wher0 be attended the
Eugene football game.
Mrs. George Thai-man- and
daughter, Reba, and two amall
children of Second atreet were
Monday visitors at the borne of
Mrs. Mary. Billings and Miss Lot
J. E. Bummers and son, James
of Klngwood avenue wero Mon
day business callers la Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maaoa and
f am fly visited at the O. W. Rich
ardson home Snday. Mr. Mason
ban charge ot the Rouch Quality
store in West Salem, but he re
sides In Salem. "
Mr. and Mrs. C O. Ailor and
family of Grand Ronde were
Sunday visitor at the I J W. Thom
as borne of 13 S3 Edgewater
Mr. and Mrs.-W. C. Fishe re
cently moved to 1272 Third street
from Echo, Oregon. They have
been around Salem and West Sa
lem for some time and have been
staying at the S. L. Burk auto
cabins of Edgewater street. They
hav only rented this place, but
they are making plans to locate
permanently in this section of the
country, as they like it here.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Haken and ba
by, Billy, of Portland were Sun
day visitors, at. the home of Mrs.
Haken's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
R Peterson of Third street.
J. T. Hunt of Second street has
been under the weather the last
few days with an attack of flu.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Peterson
motored' to Corvallls Sunday af
ternoon on business.
Miss Irene Becken, who has
been spending the week-end with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Hunt of Second street, left
for her home in Independence
P. L. Clark, Joe Clark, and J.
I. Miller made a fishing trip to
Woods at the Big Nestucca, Sun
day. They had the good luck of
getting one nice large silverside
Mrs. J. I. Miller of Second
street- spent Sunday with., er
daughter, Mrs. P. L. Clark, of Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. Leoard Burgoyne,
of West Salem, Conrad Fox ot
West Salem, and Miss Florence St.
Pierre of Klngwood Heights were
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and MrsDaniel Weitzer of
Eighteenth street in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fox of
West Salem, accompanied by. Mr.
and Mrs. George Swaggart of Sa
lem, motored to Shaw Sunday,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bur
goyne of second street spent all
of the past week with Mr. Bur
goyne's mother, Mrs. Nola Bur
goyne, of Salem. Mrs. Burgoyne
has been ill with blood poison
for the past two weeks as she was
injured in the cannery recently.
Mrs. A. F. Thomas of North Sa
lem was a Tuesday dinner visitor
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.
W. Thomas of Edgewater atreet.
Read the Classified Ads.
Fox Eisinore Sponsors Miss
Majestic -Event Among
Girls of Salem
Miss- M&lestle contestants and
Mr. Dow, manager of the Fa Kl
sinore theatre, posed for a group
picture taken In the foyer of the
theatre Monday evening. '. The
Fox Elslaore as one of the spon
sors of the Majestic radio contest
has a splendid display of the high
boy all electric Majesties. Every
evening an announcement appris
ing Salem people of the contest,
the prizes offered and the method
of procuring votes la set forth on
the screen. Ushers wear ribbons
bearing the Invitation "Ask me
about Miss Majestic." With each
ticket purchased, coupons are
proffered entitling contestants to
fifty votes. Theatre patrons fa
voring- certain contestants should
placo the nam ot the girl on
these coupons and deposit them
in the ballot box in the foyer of
the theatre.- Coupons clipped
from dally Issues of the Oregon
Statesman may also be placed In
this ballot box.
Only once In a lifetime' Is such
a really pleasurable way of pur
chasing a radio offered to human
beings. Take a look at the por
traits displayed in the show room
adjoining the Fox Klsinoro. in the
display windows of the Imperial
Farnitnre. company and Vibbert
and Todd, local Majestic dealers.
An array of lorely faces ' from
which to choose. Do you prefer
bine eyes and golden locks' or
would you like to confer 20,000
votes on a demure little brown
eyed miss. An enjoyable process
In itself In addition to the pride of
ownership of a Mighty Monarch
ot the Air. These girls are every
where soliciting, your votes. If
on eof them haa not approached
you and you desire to place a ra
dio demonstration .through them
phone the Imperial Furniture
company or .Vlbbert and Todd and
the votes will be credited to the
girl you name.
Evelyn Kertson 131,200
Arleta Gell .....
Clara Kins . . . . .
Rose Kranger ..
Myrtle Lane ....
Ruth White ....
Marc la Faestman
PARTY IS STIGEO AT
WEST SALEM, Nov. If. One
of the " most " attractive parties
that has been given this- season,
was held at the W. R. Peterson
home on Third street Saturday ev
ening. ' . -. .. . . -
Mrs. W. G. Gehrke and Mrs. W.
L. Cass of Eola gave the party as
a surprise honoring the birthday
of their friend,- Mrs. W. R. Peter
Mrs. Peterson received a very
Dr. F. C. Jones "Double Suction" Plate
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10 POUNDS PURE CANE SUGAR FREE 10 POUNDS PURE CANE SUGAR
Tie (Greatest III
BIO '1 Come
Doopo Open 0:30 p, tn.
LADIES' SILK HOSE Ladies Q
Silk Hoec, AU shades JfC
BED SHEETS Doable bed sins
sheets. Sale price
LUNCH KITS- Lnnch
bottle for ...........
LEATHER GLOVES Men's
faced canvas stores.
Sale price . . . .--
SWEATERS Men's $l-5 Slipover
Oat they go
WOOL SOX 50 Wool Sox. OQ
Bay them nW .............. awC
STAG SHIRTS Men's 810.00
HICKORY SHIRTS Gennino
; 81.25 Hirkory Shirts
CASTAS GLOVES Men's red
wrist canvas gloves
SWEATERS Men 85JSO
Oat they go
all . wool
r Men's 1 JSO winter - OQM
weight anion snite
Men's $3.00 wool
salts .... .
Men's $SJH wool nt?
anion nits - vlW
Leather top. rabber
boots, $4.60 valae .
GREAT BLANKET SALE
Sd.OO All Wool
Blanket ......... e)
82JS0 Doable Plaid '
Blankets, large, sine . , ,',
$U0 All Wool Heavy
$0.00 Wool Navajo .
83.0O Fall and Winter Qf
Union Snits i.i 91 C
$2JS0 Heavy Random e1 Q7
Wool Union Salts I
$9.oe and aeuM 0 07
Wool Union finite ....... 7
$S.O0 Wool Union Snita, a q
$8.00 AU Wool A7 '
Undershirts .............. V i C
Men's SSJSO Drees Paata,
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Men's 84.0O Dress Pants,
,Mea's $4J)0 - ,
"Oordnroy Paata . . . . .
. Cnn's Bast Bna Brand, 8S
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10 LB, SACK OF PURE
Baring thai big opening sale we
will give lO pounds of Pare Cane
Sngar absolutely FREE with the
awrchnse of $5.00 or over. This
offer is to give oar new customers
greater .vnlaea and also bring'
thoasnads to- see oar new store,
GET THE BARGAINS GET
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LEATHER COATS PRICED
Mea's $10.00 Sheep limed r QC
Moleskin Coats D5Jp
Men's $7JM Waterproof 0O 4 7
Mea's $3.00 Slicker
$25.00 Mea's Genuine Horsehlde
All brands of Chesterflelo
Camel, Lucky Strike and Old
Gold Qgarettes go on sale at
package . -
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10 POUNDS PURE CANE SUGAR FitEE 10 POUNDS PURE CANE SUGAR
larxe onantitr ef beautlfol
well as nsetnl gltta from nor many
friends. A very large birthday
cake, which was one of the main
features or attraction, was pre
sented to her. -
- The evening, was spent playing
bridge of which there were four
tables. ; Mrs. pugb won tne nign
ferisa for tbo ladies, - Professor
Harding won tne . nign score tor
the men. The booby prises were
won by Mrs. MaUary. for the wo
men, and Curtis Ferguson, ror
the men. -
Those who enjoyed the evening
were Professor .Wayne Harding ot
Brook, aiioraino ana uora mjn
of Sola. Mrs. B J. Tergusonf and
dauntex-Jaaxine, ana sons. Kaipn
andtCarUaflrerrusoa of Eola,
Mr.landv jffa. W. O. Gehrke of
Eola; Mrs.-Af. L. Casa and daugh
ter, Isobell.:ot Eola. Miss Laurell
Cree of saiem. . William Cass of
Eola. Lorarne Acuff ef Eola, Mr.
and Mrs. Emory Williams and
daughter. Betty Loo, of West Sa
lem, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mallory
of Hubbard, and Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Peterson and son, Hollla.
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Mrs. Addle Montgomery still ha?
fine strawberries - in her own
yard. Not many Oregon families
bad strawberries for dinner on
November 14. 1519. The ber
riea have a good color, flavor and
texture. They are naturally son."
what smaller than those obtain
able in tbe regular season.
Tor sale signs, for rent tlgnr.
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