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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1921)
THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1021
By "Toots" Young,
Once Stage Star
Alleges That Husband, Son of
Late U. P. Auditor, Com
pelled Her to Work
David L. Young, 45, son oi Mrs.
; " Erastus Young and of the late Eras-
tus Young, Union- Facific auditor,
?' was sued for divorce in district court
"t yesterday by "Toots" Young, 25,
former vaudeville artiste playing the
' eastern circuits.
Mr. Young lives with his mother in
a big home at 3172 Dodge street.
The petition states that in spite of
her husband's large income she ha
y. been compelled to work for her liv
' "Toots" Young had filed suit for
,! divorce 18 months ago, but allowed
it to lapse when she moved to Chi
cago. 4 In the former suit, the young bride
charged that Mrs. Young waged a
persistent campaign to separate her
son from his bride. She also al
:', legcd that David threatened to kill
" her. and that, in an effort to get rid
of her, he took "her to St. Joseph in
April, 1919. where, she charged, he
J Mrs. Young admitted she asked
her son's wife to leave the house.
"She was always nagging me and
f asking David for money and 3rtiok-
ing cigarcts," Mr. Young, senior, said.
',... "Toots" always attracted attention
C"""l'y 'ier looks and her. vivacity. At
f .. a trial in police court when she had
. her husband arrested on a nonsuppon,
i charge, she exclaimed, displaying
'. shapely limbs: '
"Look at them, judge, they're the
g- only pair I've got." (referring, of
i course, to the silken hose that were
! ' full of holes.)
t Without moving the base a new
" t frame for photographs permits them
,.f to he turned to the angle at which
" they receive the best lighting effect.
Says She Will Press
Second Divorce Suit
Mrs. David L. Young.
Movies Free for Children
At Burgess-Naeb Saturday
Saturday morning the Burgess
Nash company will open its new
auditorium to the children with the
first of a series of moving pictures
which they plan to have every Sat
urday morning for the little tots of
The show is free of charge and is
held at 10 o'clock; A six-reel feature
film will be the show this Saturday.
Each tin of
with the REED TOP
contains freshly made tobacco. Just right for your
And the mild smoothness you enjoy is the result
of Velvet's twe long years' ageing in wooden hogs
heads. Patient ageing is Nature's way the right
jvay of removing raw harshness and bite.
You'll say that Velvet b cool, smooth and "sweet
&s a nut. In your plpc
Uscbtt &, Myers Tobacco Ca!
City Asked to Do
Own Train Probe
Corporation Counsel Recom
mends Commissioners Make
The Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway company faces a de
ficit of $059,490.36 to yield 8 per cent
on the valuation of the company's
holdings during 1920, according to
Corporation Counsel V. C. . Lam
bert's interpretation of 'the physical
Recommendation was made to the
city council yesterday by the cor
poration counsel that the city should
make an independent physical valua
tion,' similar to one recenty made
in the electric light and power rate
This will fall to the new adminis
tration when it takes charge next
In making application for an in
crease in ,ratc the street railway
company loft a copy of the pur
ported valuation of the physical
property with Corporation Counsel
"This is the beginning of the last
step in proceedings instituted in
May, 1918, before the State Railwty
commission for both emergency
and permanent rates," Mr. Lambert
Krug Park to Be Opened
For Season on Saturday
Fred Ingersoll, who operates Krug
park as one of a string of amusement
parks, expects to be in Omaha for
the opening of Krug park next Sat
urday. This is the fourth year that Inger
soll has had Krug park and the 19th
year that the park has been in opera
tion. ' The gates will open at 6 Saturday
Albert D. 'Palmer is. local mana
ger. He has been with the Inger
soll enterprises for 21 years.
Public Welfare Board
Will Not Be Abolished,
That the new city administration
will not abolish the Public Welfare
board is the belief expressed by B.
Zimman, who was re-elected city
"This board may be made an
agency of usefulness in our city." Mr.
Zimman said, "and it is my opinion
that it will not be abolished."
It is understood that if the wel
fare board is retained, it will be com
posed only of men. Dr. Jennie Call
fas and Mrs. E. B. Towl, women
members of the board, resigned a
few days after the recent election.
Tells Judge to Give
Wife All Property
t "Give her all, judge, so I can have
peace of mind," exclaimed Charles
Ude in district court yesterday when
Judge Sears entered an order in the
settlement of the divorce granted
Maud Bessie Ude a few weeks ago.
Mr. Ude's face twitched with ner
vousness. The divorce was started after Mr.
and Mrs. Ude had built up the Oma
ha Auto Top and Trimming com
pany, l he company was ordered
sold to a bidder for $1,450 and the
proceeds divided, $990 to Mrs. Ude
and the rest to Mr. Ude.
Juge Sears complied with Ude's
request yesterday and entered the
B'Nai B'rith to Initiate
100 New Members Sunday
initiation of 100 new members into
the B'nai B'rith, a Jewish organiza
tion, will be held next Sunday in
Crounse hall. An open meeting of
the lodge will be held in the Hotel
t-ontenelle at 8 p. m. that day.
Gustavus Loevinger of St. Paul
vice president of District No. 6. I, O,
B. B., and Mrs. S. Pisko. executive
secretary of the National Jewish hos
pital at LJenver, will speak.
Members of Council Bluffs, Des
Moines and Sioux City lodges have
been invited to attend the meeting,
NOTE The Red Top tin con
tains Velvet that has recently
been delivered from the fa
tory. It is in fresh condition
cool and smooth la a pip
Of Film Sent East
Seven Elaborate Productions
Pass Through Omaha on
The largest shipment of motion
picture film negative ever transported
on a transcontinental train passed
through Omaha at 7:30 last night en
loute from Los Angeles to New York
The shipment was in charge of
John McCormick, westeru represen
tative of First National exchanges,
and Dave Barshow of Los Angeles.
It is valued at $2,000,000.
Five insurance companies pooled
the'gigantic risk of transporting the
film in.safety with provision that two
men accompany the shipment.
Harry Weinberg, John Alperson
and Arthur Cunningham, well-known
Omaha film men,, met the two First
National representatives at the L'nion
This big production activity denies
statements that American producer
are stopping work in tavor ot (.ht-
man productions, according to Mr.
The shipment comprised seven
Friday --Boys' Shop
Boys' Union Suits
Insuring your boy warm weather comfort and long
wear so well made, so correctly proportioned, care
. fully cut and finished, is each suit.
Made in knee lengths wityi drop seat waist
attachment button-up fronts-adjustable over the
Supply Son 8 Entire Summer Needs Friday
Boys' Shop r Balcony
We Introduce " ,
32.50 Cadet Silk
Every pair made of pure thread silk. ,
' With unusual elastic silk lisle tops.
Full-fashioned lisle soles, heels, toes.
Guaranteed fast , colors.
In Black, Navy, Cordovan
This hose is a very desirable, satisfying, splendid
wearing hose at $2.50 at $2 it is a value you cannot
afford to miss.
Hosiery Shop- Floor
elaborate film productions soon to be
1 2 Nurses Who Went
On Joy Rides at Night
Twelve student nurses at Nicholas
Senn hospital were discharged from
Nicholas Senn hospital Wednesday
for alleged infraction of rules.
They went on secret automobile
rides at night and attended public
dances, it is said.
The girls are Mabel Drucker,
champion swimmer in the hospital
pool; Clarice Fall, Adele Maslousky,
Edna Peterson, Delia Van ' Skiver,
Kihel Carroll, Marie Sourezny, Bon
nie r armor, Helen-Dorman, Lillian
Kudrna, Esther Greer and Helen
"We had to dismiss ringleaders
who were breaking hospital rules,"
said Mrs. A. P. Condon, who as
sists her husband. Dr. Condon, in
operating the hospital. "We have
to keep up the standards of our hos
There are .SO girls on the hos
pital s waiting list, though the num
ber employed is but iO, Mrs. London
An Englishman is the inventor of
a radio receiving set in book form,
the wave lengths being altered by
opening or closing thgt covers.
Girl Says She Stole
To Get Money for Rent
Tearfully pleading for another
chance,Rose Lee, who was arrcsteff
Wednesday night for the theft of a
$125 mink stole from the National
Fur and Tanning company, 1701
Douglas street, told Judge Dunn in
Central police court yesterday she
stole ,the fur piece to get money with
which to pay her rent.
She was discharged and the police
matron was instructed to secure a
ticket to Kansas City for cr and send
her to her home there.
May Brock, whose apartment at
617 South Sixteenth street detectives
searched for the fur, and who was
arrested for operating a disorderly
house, was fined $25 by Judge Dunn.
Earl Hartley, bellhop, and li. S.
Hawthorne, salesman, 2522 North
Thirty-first street, who were arrest
ed as inmates of the Brock apart
ment, were discharged.
Judge in Debate.
Attorney Charles A. Sundcrlin will
go to Lincoln today as a judge in the
interscholastic debate of the Nebras
ka High School Debating league.
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The Cooking School
Conducted by the Corn Products Refining Co.,
Manufacturers of Mazola, Argo and Karo.
from 2 to 4 P. M.
Every Day This Week
All Cooking Will Be Done Upon
Detroit Jewel Ranges
The expert lecturers show the latest and most improved
methods of cake making. Salad preparation, seasoning, sweeten
ing and shortening are demonstrated by the instructors. Special
stress is laid upon 'kitchen efficiency," and all possible means
are demonstrated for conserving time, strength and energy.
During the Week of This Demonstration
$5.00 Will Be Allowed
on your old Gas Range and the new
Installed Without Extra Charge Where
Gas is in the Kitchen. t
Terms on Gas Ranges Will be 10 Down; 10 Month,
From 20 to 50
Can Be Saved From 1920 Price by
Filling Your Drapery and
Curtain Needs in Our
Almost Every Class of Fabric for
Window Treatments Is Included
for Instance: , .
Portiere Material v
Double faced Chenilles and
velvets in desirable drapery
colors; 2,4 yards wide.
1920 price $ 6.00, now $2.95
1920 price $ 8.75, now $3.95
1920 price $15.00, now $6.85
Plain Voiles, '
Plain Voile (1920 price
75c). New, per yd 45c
Plain Voile (1920 price
$1.00). New, per yd... 65c
Plain Voile (1920 price
$1.75). Now, per yd... $1.25
40-inch Plain Marqui
sette (1920 price $1).
Now, per yard 45e
If You Plan to Buy That Needed . Rug,
Carpet or Piece of Linoleum You
Will Do Well to Attend Our
Sale of Rugs
Savings From 1920 Prices are From,
' 25 to 50 .
NOTE AH Rugs arc perfect and up to standard.
I. O. O. l to Meet in McCook
McCook, Neb., " May 12.-(Spe-l
cial.1 The southwestern Nebraska!
I. O. O. F. association will hold
its second annurtl meeting in Mci
Cook, June X Thi district associa
lion covers IS Bounties.
"If I Could Only
Belch Up That Gas
I Know I Would Feel Better'
How often have you felt tht wrTi
How often have you winhecl for om.
tliinir to Rive you genuine anil lantinj'
relief for Ga 7 i
Don't buy any ordinary dytpepsia talW
let fcr temporary results, do to a flrtt.j
cl3 lruK ature, Bfsk for a bottle of uen-!
nine Banlmann', Gai-Tahleta: take thr'
tnbloU an hour before mealt and aeain
three before eatinK then watch. Now
comes a urpriae. No more ro, no mor.
mnthoreii feeiiiR, no difficult breathlnir,
nml no bloat.
Remember Baalmann'f Gas-Tableta are
not only fur tlic relief, but alo for th;
prevention of Ca. Most people with Gaal
suffer from nervous dyapepsia, not com
KaalmannU Han-Tablet are aold In tha
famous yellow package for on dollar.
Baalmann'a Gaa-Tableta are for eale by
all reliable HniRui.t and Sherman & Mc
Connell. J. Tlaalmann, rhfcmint, tian Fran
cisco. HOWARD STREETS
40-inch Plain "Marqui
sette (1920 price $1.25).
Now, per., yard ........ 65c
One splendid array of Cre
tonnes at almost any price you
may elect to pay.
Twenty, ' Patterns (1920
prices 50c to 75c). Now,
per yard, 38c
.Twenty-five Patterns(1920 .
prices !75c .'to $1.00),
Now, per yard..,..... 80c
Twenty Patterns (1920
prices $1.25 to $1.75).
Now, per yard 85c
Eighty Patterns (1920
prices $1.35 to $2.00).
Now, per yard .$1.00
-ORCHARD & W1LHELM C0.
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