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TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26, 1926 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER FIGHTS TO G Stanley Beach Says "Wife Knew of · His Indiscretion NEW YORK, Jiii- -G--- (By The Associated Press.)--Stanley Yale Beach, lineal descendant of William The Conqueror. first Norman King of England, prepared Monday to press Ills legal fight 10 transfer his income and - part of his wealth to ihe woman \vho has been his mistress for nearly 20 years. His inheritance was tied up by Uie will of his rathe.-. Frederick ·Converse Bench, at :ho instance of the Beach family, who have known of the existence of the other woman for many years. Now that tho daughter of the union, marguerite, is 17, Beach has begun his fight that he may give her "as much as I can give my other three children." SAID WIFE KNEW. Beach also stated that his wife, Mrs. Helen Birdcye Curtis Jscach, who had 'Known ot his ' association with Caroline Watson, ihc "other woman." has refused 10 divorce him. Me stated tltat he would attempt to divorce her in order that he mishr. marry Caroiine 'Watson and legitimize Marguerite. Beach has begun suit to obtain the income of his father's estate, which he charged was be- in*- held up- by his brother-in- law. James Albert Wales. Allied with Beach against thu. rest of the family Is his aunt, Mrs. Jennie Beach Gasper, co-heir with her brother. Bcach!s father, cf the fortune, of their father. Alfred E. Beach, founder ot the Scientific American and descendant of "Ei'ihu 'Yale, founder of Yale ·university. . Mrs. Gasper, whose fortune exceeds that of other members of the family, hau brought suit against Mr. Wales to compel him to sign cheeks to the order of . CHILDREN AWAKE. At her home In Stratford, Conn.. Mrs. Helen Beach refused to discuss her husband's revelations of their relations: but her. attorney in New York explained that Mrs. Beach concealed the Knowledge of hei- husband's infidelity at first because she did not "want his father or children to know what he had done." Later, "the matter became so notorious" that · his parents and his children learned of it. The attorney described Beach- as "in the same mental state as when he left Yale university at 20." _ o Youths Jailed With Arsenal When Horace Chesney, 16 (lower inset), and How.ell T. Hoskins, 17 (upper inset), came down the turnpike, their automobile packed with .sundry artillery, the police of Kansas City -took them to jail. To add to the police suspicions, Cbesney had a fresh bullet wound in his arm, which Hoskins said was inflicted accidentally. In the car were a Browning machine gun with Maxim silencer, an .automatic rifle, an automatic shotgun, three revolvers, 500 rounds'of machine gun ammunition, a four-tube radio set, two flashlights and. three heavy laprobes. Hoskins was a University oC Tennessee student and Chesney a waiter- · 3 CONGRESS GETS - READY TO TRADE A ' FE.W WALLOPS By CHARLES P.. STE.WART NEA Service Writer WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.--Congress is beginning to.' warm up." The session began rather tamely. There was a little verbal. sword play, but only with buttons on tb contenders'. foils. · Exhibition bouts may be. mildly interesting, but they don't-thrill ' In the last few days, however some of the -scrapping has been the real thing. "T 1 TV " D J V Jack Uempsey. Damyard l\ms V 1L ·· J * · . «/ · vJ . For instance, one senator re ferred to a fellow member of the upper house 'as a "demagogue"-meaning "one who · plays an in sincere role in'public life for the sake of political influence or of fice.'"' ' 'He named ho name but every body -knew who. he meant. There's nothing playful about that. ' . · . There's every reason to believe the muss will get -worse. Those next'November's congressional elections are in sight. Now's the time- for one side or the other to be put in bad. Of course, for the present, tho "outs'" position' is pleasanter than the "ins 1 ." The "outs" have everything to gain · and little to lose. They can afford to be as rambunctious as they know how. To the disinterested,, non-partisan bystander it's a .lot of fun.' What does he care how the politicians rave! All he's concerned in, from the safe vantage of a ringside seat, is tliat it's good sport--for him. True, it's' a serious matter to iim, as a resident, how the county's run, b u t . he knows from :ong experience, that to whomsoever the § task- may be assigned, they'll do' a botch job. So why not get · some amusement out of the rookus, ;while it's going on? · . .... ... Mae Bramweil, county recorder, today reported the following real estate transfers: . Both well Swaner confpany to j. Leroy Wright, a part of lot 16, all of lot 17 and part of lot IS. in block 23. Lakeview addition to Ogden: $1000. Edgar Shelby and -wife, Viona Shelby, to 'Melvin Jackson, a part of lot 6, in section 36, township 6 west, Salt Lake .north, range 2 meridian; $1. Melvln Jackson and Lila Jackson to Edgar Shelby, a part of north- cast % of southeast J /i of section 36, township 6 north, range 2 west, Salt Lake meridian; $1. E. F. Langford and wife, Zina C. Langford, to Allen Cameron, lots 21. 22, 23. 24, 25 and 26. in ·block 33. Lakeview adtdtlon to Ogden City, Utah; $6000. Allen Cameron and wife, Maggie V.. to Columbia Trust company. trustee, lots 21. 2S. 24, 23 and 25, in block 35, Lakeview addition to Ogden City: $1. Joseph A. Crane and wife, Caroline' D. Moncll Crane, to Louis S. Cardon, a part of southeast .quarter of southwest quarter, section 35, township 6 north, range 2 west, Salt Lake meridian, U. SJ. survey; $1500. . , Ship Disasters Interrup Broadcasting Across Oceans BLIZZARD STRIKES H O M E Coughs and colds are a natural sequence to an unexpected blizzard, and should be treated promptly to offset complications. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a pleasant and effective remedy for coughs and colds. Keep a bottle on hand for any emergency. · "The children and I had colds and the first dose of Foley's Honey and Tar helped us right ar.-ay," writes Mrs. Ma'lher, Richwood. Ohio. Foley's Honey and Tar is a good cough remedy for the whole family. It contains no opiates. Sold everywhere.--Advertisement NEW- YORK, Jan. 16.-- (By Th Associated Press.)-YOff icial conducting the week's intcrnation al broadcasting vests will try tonight to overcome .the jinx tha has, silenced eastern stations in the United States' because o: marine disasters on the first two nights of the test. SOS calls hav« claimed tho right of way In the air. For only 15 minutes last night and Sunday night have ' eastern station; been able to broadcast. Dispatches from abroad indicate tha 1 only a "few" fans are losing sleep to 'attempt to hear from acroii: the 1 sea in European wee smal hours. TVith more stations in Europe and South America on the air last night than on Sunday nlg-ht. reports today showec that the United States listeners have heard at least .nine stations: 7EAJ, Madrid. Spain: 2LV, Liverpool. England: 6BM, Bournemouth, England; 2LO. London; CYB, Mexico City; P1VX, Havana. Cuba: OAX, Lima, Peru, and LOW and LOX, Buenos Aires. The following foreign . stations will broadcast tonight from 11 to 12' p. m., eastern standard time: OAX, Lima: LOW. Buenos Aires: LOX. Bunnos Aires: LOZ, Buenos Aires: LOT, Buenos Aires: 7EAJ, Madrid: Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin. Brussels, Brealau. Vienna, Prague, Munich, Munstcr. The American program will go on from 30 to 11 p. m. RUSSIA HEARS t r . S. MOSCOW. Jan. 26.-- (By Thf. Associated Press.)--Russian radio fans heard America^last night for the first time. Owing to poor atmospheric condition, reception of speech was. poor but the musical part of the program was plainly audible even on two-valve receivers. · · · · " · « ! - The whole country, now Is eagerly listening for further signals from across the Atlantic. .-Most of the Russian fans are-unfamiliar with - the · English language, but the broadcasting from New York 'proved highly entertaining. back weight! 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From then on Jt'a i only a short time until you're feel; ing- fit as a liddle. ^ Millions of men and women have ' taken Tanlac Tvith great benefit. , i.Iore than one hundred thousand people have written us glowing tributes to this wonderful tonic. : When you know it has worked ·wonders for so many folks it's ' folly not to lake advantage of Tan- lac's help yourself. Don't put it off another day. Get a bottle at your druggist's now- and start the Calls Tanlac Household Treasure! "WhU« not exactly ill I felt tfc«l.'' ptpleu and played out nil the cim«. g Took no laterett la meals, work or jt recreation. Tunlac gaire me needed V 1 :cat- Now I enjoy active Interest la all around me." Mr».L.H.D«maH : 1035 'East Lacona Ave. DCS Moinel, Iowa. . good work . ight. away. Take Tan- lac Vegetable pills for constipation.--Advertisement. Repjort.Cawler. Irregularities to " J Nelson, pfiSbo 193-JF ERIGHAM CITT, Jan.. ' 26.-Services were held for Mrs. Ma- thlas Komer on Monday at 2. o'clock in the Fourth ward chapel under- the direction of Bishop A. M. ' Hanson. The ' first song, "Though Deep'ning Trials.-" was given . by the ward choir. Prayer was offered- -.by Lewis S.' Pond. The choir sang, "The Lord Is My Shepherd." Speakers were as follows: Bishop H. V.'. Valentine of the Third w'ard; Ella J. Kotter, president of the Fourth ward Relief society; President S. Norman I/ce, ' Patriarch Brigham Wright,- Henry M. Figgins and Bishop A. M. Hanson. · Mrs. Callie Kofoed and Mrs. Marllla -Spencer gave two vocal duets. The closing song was "I Need Thee Every Hour." Benediction was offered by Counselor .C. Elias Jensen. Interment was in the City cemetery,- Roland MadsOn dedicating the grave. OLSEN SERVICES. Services for Leslie J. Olsen- were held on Monday at 1 o'clock in the Second ward chapel under the direction of Bishop N. J. Valentine. The' first ' song was from the Second' ward choir. Opening, prayer was offered by Bishop J. A. Fishburn of the Fifth ward, Mrs. Connie M. Peters and William Smith sang. Speakers were C. N. Simonson t Bishop Abel S. Rich of the First ward, William T. Davis, President W, C. Horsley, Orville Wallace and Bishop N. J. Valentine. The closing: song was by the · choir. Benediction was offered by Bishop E. M. Tyson of the Sixth ward. A large crowd 'was- in attendance "and there -were, many beautiful floral offerings. - " .The Misses Vilate Mann,. Eiber- ta -Beckstead, Helan Horsley and Edna Call were hostesses at a delightful progressive supper recently. The first course was served at the home of Helen Horsley. From there the guests rent to -tho home of Edna Call where the main course 'was served, after which they went to the home of Vilate Mann, wh'er,e .hey were served . dainty refreshments. Later the guests, numbering eight, enjoyed a show. FROM SALT LAKE. Thclma Jensen, who .is' attending the U. of U. at Salt Lake, camo to Brigham City Monday to attend a family party held at Mantua Monday evening. Horace Matin of Salt Lake has been visiting in Brigham City at the home of his parents, Mr. and- Mrs. E. D. Mann. Miss Mary Randall ' of Ogden passed the' ^week-end in Brigham Sty at the home of Mr. and Mrs.- i. Mann. Orion Snow .of Deweyville passed Monday in Brigham City. Wesley Dustman OS Honeyville has gone to Salt Lake, where he will stay indefinitely . Miss Thora Madson of this city passed the week-end in. Honey- ·llle at the hom-i of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Madson.. Miss .Helen. Law and Miss Norma Hanson of Logan were Brig- lam City visitors Monday. . They ook part on a special program civen in the high, school assem- ' jy. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vetcto of Honeyville have returned from a rip to Oregon, where they had een visiting. -relatives and friends or a month. -- . - bo VON BERNSTORFF TO HEAD ARMS GROUP Politics is one thing. Personalities are something else. A congressional debater on one side can speak of the opposition, en masse,. as mighty hard citizens and it's. all right.' They know he doesn't mean it an^d expresses, ^himself -simply in a political sense. But let him point' out some particular individual as a scalawag and, naturally, the latter gets- sore.. To' illustrate: : . ' During the. Gerald P. Nye contest in the senate, Senator Neely raked up the seating of 'Truman' H. Newberry, four or five .years ago, said it was an '"infamous" performance and then proceeded to..recite the names of"all the present' senators -"who" vb'tect for, it. ' The average man resents ah ac 7 cusatibn of having had a share in something-. . "infamous"--senators and representatives as much . as anybody else. BERLIN, Jan, 2C.-- (By The'As- ociated Press.)---Count Von Bern-' torff, former. German ambassador o the 'United States,', will h'ead; he German delegation; to. the.pr.e-. iminary disarmament' conference. t Geneva, it was 1 announced- ·.·to.-? ay. He will !c accompanied by ne .iurisdicial a n d - one 'military. xpert ' . ' » It means genuine bad feeling. That's -what's developing in . congress now. · Thus far'more of it ;h.as developed in the- upper house than in the lower house. That's natural. The former is-evenly divided. The. different . groups have to fight hard. The latter is overwhelmingly one way. It isn't worth the majority's while to fly mad. It doesn't do the -minority .'any good.' 'Nevertheless, even among the representatives, · Congressman Rainey did stir up considerable of a row'by his 'sarcastic cracks at the Italian war debt settlement deal. WOMAN TO HUNT IN GORILLA JUNGLE .With. 14 knockouts, to his credit, "Jack Dempsey,"- shown above with George Duribar, his owner, was the gamest cock on the walk of the/national fanciers' -exhibition iu Chicago. In fights Jack wears tiny boxing gloves'affixed to his spurs. Owen Johnson, War .Correspondent, Enters Matrimony Again NEW .YORK, Jan. 26.--(By The Associated ' Press.)--Owen .Johnson, novelist, war correspondent and dramatist, was married Monday to Mrs. John A. Leboutillier, a sister of Mrs. Bertrande' Taylor Jr. The marriage is the fifth 'for Mr. Johnson and the third for Mrs. Le- joutiUier. . ' Mrs/ Leboutmier Is " the. former Yliss Gertrude-.H. Boyce. Her first lusband was Hugh Mackay, and ater she became the wife of John A. Leboutillier, who died in .1924. Mr. Johnson was graduated 'from Yale in 1900 and soon afterward vrote ..'-.'The .Varmint,"-; "Stover at iralc,""'and other books.".In 1D01 he married Miss Mary-Goat Stokkley if La'kewood, N.- J,, "who died in 911: 'A year later he married Miss Esther Cobb,, a singer known- as VIme.' Cobina,. -who after their di- ·orce became the wife of William /lay Wright. Soon afterward he married Miss Cccile Delasarde in 'ranee, who died in -191S. In 1021 le married Miss Catherine Sayre 3urton, daughter of the late Frank Burton, who died in.1923. oo British" Visitor to U. S Says Immigration Ban " Is Good Thing. Tiny Device May Enable People to See Distant Happenings NEW.YpRK, Jan. 26--(By.The Associated Press.) --A woman'.-' will accompany a, hunting expedition into the gorilla country in the heart of .-Africa, when the party starts from, hero next Saturday. She is Mrs. Girl Akeley, wife of the sculptor and gamo hunter, who will head'the.expedition. The trip will bo her first to 'Africa, and she will probably be the first' woman to enter . the unique gorilla, sanctuary of 'the Kivu. Mrs. !Akeley is an explorer' of distinction herself. Until' a year ago she was Mary L. Jobc and Jobe . mountain in British Columbia was named yeccu.tly in her honor by the American Geographic society because of'.her explorations there. A new water supply system, for Rugby," England, requiring a dam 900 feet long, and 22 feet high will create a 140-acre reservoir with a capacity of 250,000,000 gallons. A Wanting t® those -who COUGH PERTUSSIN --tha barmlsss »nd efficient cough ramedy--has/ · been ao uniformly successful in tho treatment of bronchial «ff«c- tions and coughs, even tho most obstinate whoppingcough, that-if your cough'resists PERTUS- SIN, it is an^ indication that yon should, consult your physician. . For safetyYsafce you should find' oat if some deep rooted -disorder is causing your cough; PERTUSSIN 'Is -entirely-fre. -. fromlnjuriousdrugsandissold by all druggists in forg* and small bottles. . . . . . . · NEW YORK, Jan. 26.--'(By The Associated Press.)--Application "of radio principles will enable people, ·by carrying a small .instrument in their pockets, to see distant events, like the sorceress of th'e . magic ·crystal .-of fairy tales 1 and legends, Nikpla Tesla,\ electrical inventor, predicted Monday. Mr. Tesla, who on . several occasions'has tired to communicate with the planet Mars, made his prediction "'in an -interview published in the current issue of Collier's Weekly. "We shall 'be'able to witness the Inauguration of a president, the playing of a world's series baseball game,- the havoc of an earthquake or a battle just as .though we .were 1 present, 1 ' Mr. Tesla said. ·"Perhaps the most valuable application of wireless energy will be the propulsion. of'flying machines subject to radio control. International '.boundaries will be largely obliterated and a great step will be made toward unification and harmonious existence of the nations." . V . . · - - . Mr. Tesla also .predicts that the world's international heat would' be tapped as a reservoir for industrial power. LONDON, Jan. 26.-- (By The As sociated Press).--Increased person al efficiency in America has more than countered the loss of the an nual flood of European imml grants resulting irom the presen restricted immigration policy, Ver non Willey, president of the Federation of British industries told the annual meeting of the Ameri can chamber of commerce in Lon don today while discussing his re cent mission to .the United 1 States Thus, he · said, economic theor ies had boon confounded and Am erican price levels had not, risen He. admitted that this was to. his ·surprise for having spent ten years prior to the war in the Unitec States, he thought .that, country could not do without the grea influx of foreigners that mounted into the h u n d r e d s ' o f thousand yearly. Agitation over the rubber question at present was the principa" cause of possible Anglo-American friction, he continued. This was mainly because the situation had not been .fairly presented .in the United. States although' he was certain that when he discussed, the problem., with Herbert Hoover in Washington, the secretary of commerce had thoroughly understood that the Stevenson act was not discriminatory against the United States. Applause greeted a statement by the'speaker that the rubber plantations had been saved by the act. to the immense advantage of the American people who were principal rubber consumers. -00 the -oo- Liberia. is looking forward to great commercial development now that a 30-year concession has been granted on 1,000;000 acres to an American· rubber company. - , - . · Get* tube today. ' Makes your head and no*« feel fine. ' U. ·s. Government Inspector Has Documents, Says Attorney s OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 26.--(By Th'e Associated Props)'--The United States government' has.'-"documentary evidence" that .Dr. Frederick A. Co'ok did not, discover the North Pole, Sylvester Rush, special assistant attorney genera! .who prosecuted the fraud '.case which resulted in Dr.-Cook's present prison sentence, -asserted here today. . . · MIY Rush said J. S. Swenson,. of Seattle, Washington. ' z. postal inspector, has evidence representing investigation 'of several months which disproved' Dr. Cook's claims,. It was assembled: -to. refute this claim in case it -was made an issue in 'the trial, Mr.- Rush- said. . Swenson purposely was ..kept from testifying for · fear the defense would use if as a smoke screen to befog the real challenges against Dr. Cook," Mr. Rush explained TUESDAY, JAN. 26 If so you were: born- with an exceptionally, fine · - character' and. should · succeed .in · -life.. 3Tou .-.'are positive, in your, ideals; energetic,- ·j and have ability to accomplish j things. . · - . · · ' · · ' · '. , Tour abiitty to judge character VEasV to apply Ulways -wm.lielp .you. li \\ ' J . ***- ' "Vml Quick to aqt TRY DRUG STORE, FIRST: You show- eagerness-. to. "undertake the"ha'r.des't 'problems.'and..in. most -attempt- you-TwilL"succeed: . · Your married,"life-willjbe-happy. -oc--.- · American ^industrial !'|m'achin'ery-'' is being .constantly:··imp'roye'd-.'and 'is -ii} -great ; demand.-";-Jn ;foreign.; countries where, manufacturers d'e- ; ; mand- up-to-date inachlaery 'of the -.. highest cfiici-sncy.J,.'.' ' '. '\ This Announcement Will Be of Interest to All Those Interested in Music. Mr. Michael Piitgitore Famous Banjoist with Paul Whiteman ancT MiyGeoree Marsh Famous Drummer with Paul Whiteman Be'Sure and Be Here to Meet These Famous Gentlemen Will Be at Our Store from 3 to 4 p. m. Woman Kills Deer WitH Arrow ' Bows and arrows of the: type used by English-yeomen'centuries go were the only weapons carried by Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rounsevells )£ New Orleans on a hunting expedition in Louisiana. Mrs. Eounse-; ·elle killed a 130-pound.buck,.'however, sending three shafts.home from a distance of 20 yards. .,, . ' .- · . ' NIGHT WATCHMAN DIES WOETH $52^000 DENVER, Colo.', Jan. 26. he Associated Press.')--Two -.;thou,and dollars and securities worth 30,000 were .found in the roota of \rthur Schwartz. 66, a night w.atch- man, who'died Monday. Schwartz, ·ho had been ill less than a.-week, ·as employed by down, town stores. --oo : '·'- CAN'T, SEARCH MAN'S PRIVATE GARAGE LOS ANGELES, .Jan, 26.-v(By he Associated Press.)---A private arage is a portion of. the owners ome and- cannot .-be searched ·itho'ut a search-warrant, Federal udge Hcnning ruled:. Monday .in ismissing . charges' of ' 'violations f the..Volstead act against Edgar Morris of Encino, near here. 2 FEEEZE TO DEATH IN JUAEZ, MEXICO JUAREZ, Mexico, Jan. 26.--(3y The Associated Press.)--The bodies of two men., both Mexicans, frozen - £o death during..the recent cold ·wave here, were found today "by Juarez police. Trie tcmppratu're.: dropped to 13 degrees above zero] here. Sunday, tae icwe.«t in 'Bight years. . -------oo ALTITUDE FLIGHT POSTPONED AGAIN DAYTON, Ohio. Jan. 26.--'(By The . Associate"d'.i'ress). ; ---Weather .conditions resulted today.'In Lieut. John. A. .MacReady, HcCook field, · again postponing his altitude flight-j Ho will not ' make -the '. 'attempt, · he'said, until the weather Changes. Clear, weather is necessary. , Russets 150 BAGS for Tuesday Evening and · ' L ; SpeciaI : ' 310® Pounds Fruits and Vegetables of ' : £ ^Varieties *·' 2150 Washington Avenue Phone 830

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