Bryson v Baum alienation suit, for Baum

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be was the at in / to the both divorce for before are also unusually tlie tlffl department .15. )fe ALIENATION SUIT IS WON BY DEFENDANT Jury Finds For Joseph Baum Against .Toseph Bryson, Who L Sought $25,000. After deliberating for two and a half ; hours, -a jury in the Bryson- Baum case last" night returned a verdict In favor of the defendant. Joseph Bryson, laborer, had sued Joseph Baum for ?25,000 damages, alleging alienation ot Mrs. Bryson's affectipns. The case was opened in division No.''2 of circuit court Thursday afternoon afternoon before Judge'Grant Emerson. It was continued over Friday and Saturday, testimony being .completea about 5'o'clock Saturday.' The case was given to the jury at 7 o'clock. Bryson ch.irged iri liis petition that Baum alienated- his wife's affections, affections, wreclting their home and causing them, to be divorced. Mrs. Bry .son on Stand. Mrs.Bryson took the stand yesterday yesterday inbrning as star witness for Baum's defense. She denied that Baum had alienated her affections while she was working for .hln>. Mrs.'Bryson declared' tljat her husband asftulted her and that; on one occasion flourished a revolver, threatening her life. Mrs^^ Bryson testified that he quarreled -with her. She also said that she worked to help support the family. Mrs. Bryson testified that she had left her husband several times, but went back |to him each time, until finall she obtained a divorce. She also docIaA -ed that after she pud left her husband, she had never communicated with Baum and that he had not communicated with her. Mrs. Brysoijl related a large number number of family tToubles ,which, she declared, declared, existed long tierore she had obtained a posltibn as clerk in Bauni's. store. • ' Witnesses for Bryson testified Frida^' that while Bryson was. working working otlt the city and sending homo money tp his wife, Baum, took Mrs. Bryson'a number of places in his motoi; car. AVMtnesses said that IBaum had,' on two occasions, taken Mrs^ Bryson to dinner. DUNLAP WILL ATTEND~ of invited will held Mr. had a try stomach, have man. to all assimilate strongly sickness aid you according witli

Clipped from Joplin Globe09 Jan 1923, TuePage 5

Joplin Globe (Joplin, Missouri)09 Jan 1923, TuePage 5
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