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San Antonio Light (Newspaper) - January 6, 1935, San Antonio, Texas The Princess who looked in a Crystal Ball and saw her spiritualist husband making love the wife who shored messages in the Morse the one who showed her sick husband his funeral clothes and made him so mad he got Well and other hints for play Wrights Rev. Robert Clew 78-year-om new Jersey Reading the Bible in his Chicken House where he charges in. option he was forced to Roost while his wife met an other Man in their Honie. Only comparatively few men and women can be come famous comedians of the. Screen stage but there is always o be Way which never fails to win popular attention to Amateur comedians. They can stage one those uproarious divorce farces in court and this husband versus wife sketch if sufficiently original will be reviewed in the papers with pictures of 1 the principal members of the cast. It is a of perpetual Amateur night when everybody gets a Chance and recently a surprising number of unusual nets have been staged. F6r Novelty of plot characters and atmosphere the i y Dice suit by the Princess probably de serves first prize. The Cess is in vaudeville but hot As a comedienne. She looks in to a Crystal and magically tells people mysterious things. Theatrical and parlor magic is supposed to be a trick. The real test is whether the magician can do something useful around the House with the magic. That is just what the Princess did she says. Separated from her husband since last Spring it struck her in october that it was about time to look for divorce evidence so she got after him with her magic Crystal there was big drama in that because the husband happens to be armed with the biggest and Best magic in the world. He is Frank Decker one of the most successful in new York. Or Decker has Only to throw him self into a trance and his spirit guide Patsy will come and Tell him anything he wants to know. Patsy has thou Sands of ghost friends too who should make the finest sort of detectives be Frank Decker no Eccl trumpet medium whose psychic wife sued him for dive demonstrating his spiritualistic powr while two witnesses hold his hands. Gladys George Broadway stage Star who indignantly declares Tomt Leonall Penn named by her husband As co respondent Only visited her hotel room Laic at night to help her nurse her cat which was ailing and is also shown Here. Are you mrs. Frank Decker who including getting the Butler to but got a License last someone asked me. I said did he get a marriage the clerk told me he married Frances Walker a showgirl. I was astounded and he gave me a copy of the marriage certificate for one Dollar. Then my next vision came the Fol lowing week when i went with a Friend to serve or Decker with divorce papers. That was a full life vision. We found my husband in his undershirt and this other person in a Flimsy Pink Nightgown at in the afternoon. She has had three husbands before and i Don t have to look in the Glass to Tell her she will regret this one if As he says Decker got a divorce the Princess is sure it was Only a cause they can Fly right through solid mexican one which is so worthless in n a Venn f viol in rec to via it in ill not slow in Walls and step on a person s Heel with out being seen. That spirit mob ought to have the secret service beaten a mile and yet not a ghost or a hostess new York that it would not show in the Crystal. The spirits seem to have advised Decker not to contest the suit but merely to have the Princess vision give him the rosicrucian absent treat ment. He did not want to be Rose crucified or whatever it was. Also he sued the alleged owner of the still whose name is Wilson for alienation of affections. They sued him for defamation of character for calling them the mrs. Rushmore said her husband ought not to say much about that still because helipad invented a safely valve to keep private stills from blowing up. The prize for ingenious suspicion might go to or. Lloyd b. Copley of Spokane Washington his wife in her divorce charges says that he woke her up in the Middle of the night blacked her eyes and then explained that it was because she was snoring messages in the Morse code to some rival in the darkness outside the window. Mrs. Copley is a Telegraph operator and under oath admits that she snores. But As for the rest she says Only a Man could be so dumb and unromantic As to imagine that any woman would let her Lover know that Cut wife was stalking him on the psychic plane. This is How she says she did it to Fri izod into the Ever faithful Crystal Ball concentrated and a vision took form. It led me to walk up Broad a and Stop irresistibly at 73rd Street. Much As possible. The husband of a psychic lady certainly has to be careful. With her psychic Eye and Crystal she said she looked right into a safety vault where her husband was secreting a lot of wily aim Situu t suddenly i looked across the Street and jewelry from her. In the Crystal she Raught a glimpse of my husband in said she saw him offering a Rayful of pyjamas open no a window. It was the gems to. Peggy v. Taylor a p 11 a. M. Two weeks later a vision came to me without my Crystal As sometimes happens and i saw myself going across a River. So i crossed the East River to theatrical performer if she would marry him. But for some reason Peggy did t. The Crystal showed mrs. Frances Walker Decker in a new car and Worth of Trousseau from her Brooklyn getting off the subway at husband. Since deeper says he. Has t de Kalb Avenue visiting the municipal even Money to the rent the Spir to building and various other parts of the must have brought these things by Tele _ which mean the psychic aug asked him buy some so i went Home and remembered the Hudson River. Also there had been a huge foot in the vision big enough to be the foot of 42nd Street where there is a ferry to new Jersey. Next morning i took it and where the boat landed looked very similar to my vision. Finally after half a hour s walk 1 came to the Union City town Hall and Felt an irresistible psychic gling of material things. Also on a spiritual plane was the suit of mrs. Hazel Howe Rushmore of Plainfield n. Natural course of answering her husband s complaint that he found a Young Man in her hotel bedroom late one night Gladys George Broadway stage Star count ered indignantly with the information that the Young Man in question Leon Ard Penn was just an actor Friend who had come at her request to help her nurse a sick cat. It was like Gladys explained. Poor Ungkee my prize persian cat had just come Back from the veterinarian a where she had been treated for an injured leg. She had clawed off the bandages and i just telephoned or. Gauze at the drug store and help me Bandage Ungkee s but Gladys husband Edward Fowler of Springfield mass., claims it was Edna who Rose up like a ghost of the past with the announcement that George bad never divorced her. George tried to laugh it off by saying that he had never been legally married to her . The ques of Edna s Alimony will be passed von by the highest court of the state of Cali fornia. In the old sentimental Days people to argue As to whether Man s or woman s love was the stronger. Now judges and juries get headaches trying to decide whether wives or husbands Are cruder. W. D. Carnelian testified in Pittsburgh that for thirty years he had turned the other Cheek to his wife Isabella no matter How often she smote it. Besides her fist he said she used other things breaking his shoulder with a potato Masher hitting him in the face with a Telephone directors and defeating him in the school Board elections by telling stories about him still he could take it until one Day his wife called in another woman so they could smite both Cheeks at the same time he alleged. Then or. Carnahan asked for divorce. Oscar Arnston a mail Carrier suing for divorce ought to get the prize for most Placid married Man in the coun try. He testified that while he was scrubbing the floors washing the dishes and doing other work for his wife she used to heat him with a hoc n washboard a baseball Bat and finally Gladys r. Axelson of los Angeles who sued her husband for separation because she alleges he turned Handspring on the Lawn. Samuel w. Rushmore. She asked Alimony and separation on the ground that on the full of the Moon he Neul arly went crazy and spanked her. Or. Rushmore s answer was that his urge to go in and ask questions where better half was , regardless a Saidy Bureau of vital Sta of the Moon on Moonshine liquor from in slice the private still of a neighbor. If he name i an acted a Little nervous at times it was noun cd i want to ask a question because his wife practice magic on Itu w i ii. ----------1 .-----------1 against her wealthy inventor husband Gladys not Gladys cat that Penn a whip. Asked what did during was petting and considers it grounds for divorce. Way Back in 1923 George Bancroft the laughing villain of the screen mar ried Octavia Broske and lived happily with her until last year. But All the time Edna g. Bancroft his first wife had been watching unseen. When the tenth Happy anniversary of George and Octavia arrived it was too much for these beatings he replied just kept on who was the cruel person in this Case mrs. George Downs of Riverside n. J., for having so Many sweethearts or her husband George for winning his divorce by getting nine to come into court and Tell on her Rev. Robert Chew 78-year-old Baptist minister of Franklinville n. The Princess 1 Stilmon Decker egyptian Seress whose Crystal Ball visions led her to look into a she says where she saw her husband standing with a lady in her Media pa., turned up again with a cruel husband. Mrs. Florence malay said she forgave her husband for his bad manners in striking her with a candlestick a cake dish a Coffee pot and even a floor lamp. But when he almost busted a live Black cat Over her head that was cruelty to dumb animals and she ought to be getting a divorce. The judge thought so too. Rocco Urgo Amateur humorist of Chicago finding that his wife Marion was afraid of ghosts wailed Down the Chimney threw things Down and finally Learned to enter the House that Way and yell boo at her she declares and frightened her into divorce. An ingenious thought in the Way of cruelty to a Brido was mentioned by mrs. Charles a. Pinelli in her divorce suit. She said that her father in Law Hung crepe on the door when his son married her. Mrs. Gordon w. Coburn of Blandford mass., testified that her husband shot her Over the while scolding and threatening he pulled out a gun and fired into the transmitter. Of course the Bullet did not travel along the wire and hit her but the sound did and it killed her love. She got the divorce. In her petition to a los Angeles court mrs. Gladys r. Axelson complained that her husband humiliated her by turning Handspring on the Lawn. Mrs. Margaret Gelfan won her free Dom from Samuel Gelfan Chicago zoologist and physiologist because he almost ruined her voice by cruel silence. For four months he refused to speak or let her speak in their Home. This was not Only annoying but she soon realized that a woman s voice needs constant exercise while a Man s does not. The result was that Pool mrs. Gelfan almost lost hers at the end of that time so she complain.-. Nathion Marblestone of Chicago saw in an advertisement the picture of an indignant husband throwing his wife s bad Coffee in her face. But when tried it in real life it was cruelty and she got her divorce. Also in Chicago Ruthie Riddiford Powner told that her husband for her birthday present brought her a Book entitled "201 ways to commit mrs. Fowler m. Petersen asked divorce in Chicago on the grounds of cruelty charging that her husband beat her three Days after their wed Ding choked her burned her neck with a cigarette locked her in a closet and performed other a gentle acts. But this Little drama had a Surprise Happy ending. She dropped the suit and welcomed her Back because the doctors meanwhile had operated on his thyroid gland and Cut All the cruelty out of him. 1135. Of american said that while his much younger wife was entertaining rivals in the House she made him Roost with the chickens in the Henhouse. When he protested she is alleged to have replied minis ters like to be surrounded by old hens and Young chickens. They have a Lay mind. An egg Chester w. Worthington a Railroad conductor of Steubenville Ohio Testi fied that when he was hovering be tween life and death his wife showed him the Nice funeral clothes she had bought to Lay him away in. But it made Chester so mad that he got Well to spite her and divorce suit listed the incident among the cruelty items. Clarence b. Romig of Media pa., said Bis wife Emma insisted that her pet poodle dog share their bed every night but threw out his fish when he caught them also he brought guests Home she made them eat on paper plates and hurried them Home by going to sleep in their presence. The cruelty prize does not necessarily go to one of the ladle s. For in stance mrs. Elizabeth Cihocki of Chicago counted up sixty times that she had Boen deserted by the same one husband in Twenty one years and asked the judge to make the last one Perma nent. Since mrs. Joseph Paffendorf Miami was just about that age it was cruel of Joe to Tell her that he thought All women of forty or Over ought to be drowned. She thought she would rather be divorced and was. Cd

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