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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1922.
Suit for Divorce
Is Filed Against
Prima Donna Fir w Iuto JUgp,
Tor Off King, O.rr Ut.
tie Walk," Complaint
San Funcitco, April Jit. A di
orct complaint .Urging that he
cu4 him "grifvmii nirnUl suffer.
in" wa filrd tgiiiul Madame Mar.
rft Maisrniuer, pr prima
, donna, hrre today by 1 loyd GloU
birh, Drl Monte, Cat., chauffeur.
1 he couple irpautcd a lew month,
ago. Clots-bach, through hit attor
ney, Mid he did not intend to an
swer ihe maiUme'i divorce uit in
,e ork charging infidelity, ex
cept through Ihe aecurlng of tlf toi.
liont in Del Monie Intended to re
fule charge that lie v. a Uht to
the marriage vow. No co-ri-siHiid
cnt it named in the New York ac
Hon. it Hit mated, and therefore no
troM-compUint would be filed.
Instead the chauffeur will conceit'
trale virtually all of hi attention
on the San tranciwo action. Today'
coniDlaint ftiitfn that the wedding
bloom had hardly faded before
h'm trouble beeau. l-'rom the huky
t i...Lini. .... It.fk,a..it,a Btlfl
jy-., ... t ""-n -,- -
tuning up motor, lie wa caueq 10
button the madatue up the hack and
lace her hoe, he aver, and the
U-U were not to hit liking.
He stood it for the firt week and
then suggested calling in a maid at
the Swi: hotel, in which they were
Maying, the complaint (Aid. A quar
There was another parage in Hol
land, where he was accused of re
ceiving mail secretly. He explained
that no one knew his address in Hol
land and therefore could not receive
A Little Walk.
On one occasion at a European
resort (ilotzhach. according to'the
complaint, wanted to take a little
walk, and the mere suuRestion caused
the madame to tear off her wedding
and engagement rings and fly into
a terrible rage. She threw the rings
in his face, the document continues,
and then tore up a photograph she
had given him and stamped on it.
Regarding their separation Glotz
bach walked out of the house on his
own volition, and was not ordered
cut as was generally reported, ac
cording to the complaint.
Another scam was opened up in
the marital bark when Glotzbach
was introduced arpund in the Ger
man language while the couple vas
touring Germany. He iTM not un
derstand the language, he said in tlye
complain, and his request to his
wife that she introduce him in Eng
lish was ignored. One occasion in
New York she was strangely calm,
he said, and asked for her reason
she informed him that she had in
truded her attorney to file a divorce
ctTBTr.""'Trien he packed his suitcase
and went back to Del Monte. ,
k . V
ben. oemenolt need
on $25,000 Cash Bond
New '-York, April 20. A demonstration,-
typical of his turbulent
Russia, greeted Gen. Gregorie
Semenoff. Cossack chieftain, as he
left Ludlow street jail late yesterday
afternoon. i ?
Released in $25,000 bail furnished
by his friends, the Cossack leader,
surrounded by a detachment of the
police department's bomb squad, ap
peared at the jail door and cringed
into his coat collar as the jeers of
thousands fell upon his ears. .
Senator William E. Borah, chair
man of the senate corimittce in
vestigating the charges against Gen
eral , Semenoff, arrived here last
Market Top Reached, Says x
Dodge County Farmer
Joe Mestl of Dodge marketed a
load of cattle and a load of hogs a
the stockyards. The yrtcers he
brought in were Hcrefords that
were sold f Or an even $8. a hundred.
N They were purchased here at $6.20 a
"Feeders have given up hopes of
any material advance in cattle
nrirrs " staid Mr. Mestl. "and as a
result more good cattle are being
sent to market at this time than a few
Bankers Meet at Polk.
' Polk, Neb., April 20. (Special.)
The Polk County Bankers, associa
tion held its regular business meet
ing at the Farmers State bank .at
Polk, after which a banquet was
served to the visiting members.
Soissons Cathedral Today
131 .IT' V"T o A
r v a 1
Soissons is on the itinerary of the Good WilL delegation and this
cathedral will be visited.
Will Redeem Pledge
Continual From Pat tine.)
and it is planned that the Good Will
delegation sailing from New York
July 21, and representing women of
scores of cities of the United States,
shall carry this contribution to
France as the -fulfillment of the orig
inal pledge. In addition the Good
W ill dclcgaUm will he in truth a
delegation of good will carrying typi-
al American girls, accustomed to
' .1. - . L !
earning incir own support, wno win
demonstrate to the people of r ranee
and to the nations of the world that
the hearts of the women of America
are larger than their pockctbooks.
Miss Morgan, recently said:
"America has lost the greatest oppor
tunity it ever had. Now we are
looking at everything on a material
basis and have withdrawn into a
shell of selfishness.
The world will never be the same
again, lou cant wipe out millions
of men and have every activity in the
world, one of destruction for five
years and have the same world. But
we must try to make it as line a
world as it was in 1916." ; -
Omaha Bee Good Will .Nomina
' ' Miss ' Ester Brandon, 1111
North Lincoln avenue, Hastings,
Neb.; candidate of Hastings.
Miss Nan C. Godfrey, 726
North Forty-first street, Omaha;
candidate of employes of Or
chard & Wilhelm.
Miss Elizabeth Pace, 738 Myn
ster street, Council Bluffs, la.;
Candidate of a' group of friends.
Mrs. Agnes Hall, Missouri Val
ley, Ia.a candidate of Missouri
Miss Myrtle M. Wood, Wa
hash, Neb.; candidate of Wabash
Miss Gladys Pauline Hitch
cock, 2107 Lincoln avenue, York,
Neb.; candidate of grout of
Anna McNamara, 2420 North
Forty-fifth avenue, Omaha; can
didate of employes of M. E.v
Smith & Co. . -; ,
Miss Bertie Bonham, Beaver
City, Neb., candidate of Beaver
Miss Lilfian Schmidt,, ' 3115
Creighton avenue, Omaha, candi
date of Harding creamery.
Miss Tene .'Rice, Alliance,
Neb., candidate of Alliance
Times. . ,
Miss Louise Fillmore, 6617
Pinkney street, Omaha, candidate
of group of friends. .
Miss Louise Fillmore, 6617.
Pinkney street, Omaha, candidate
of group of friends.
RULES OF THE CONTEST.
1. Any woman or girl above the age
of IS. partly or wholly eelf-supportlng,
resident of either Iowa or Nebraska, of
good moral, character and acceptable edu
cational standard, ie eligible.
!. AH tmdldatra mum lie nominated
during the nominating period.
I. Nunlnailou period op.m Sunday,
April ID; cloara at noon. April :.
4. Nomhiationa are made by written
statement signifying the acceptance of
the nominee and carrying at leant two
names of responsible persona who sponsor
the candidate aa acceptable under the
rules of entry.
5. Nomination counts as 100 votes for
(. Only one lot of 100 votes will be
credited to sny nominee under Rule .
?. Balloting begins April 27 and closes
at noon. May. 1. Ballots In the local
bank or postmarked betore closing time
will be accepted.
S. One vote will be credited to a des
FiiHted candidate for each 10 cenls con
tributed toward the work of the American
Committee for Devastated France.
. The candidate receiving the greatest
number of votea will be declared elected
by the judges Hhould more than one
candidate be entitled to the award of the
trip to France, the one receiving the'
greatest number of votea will be the offi
cial bead of the delegation from this sec
tion. 10. Should the total of votes reach
180.000, two glr.s will be awarded the
trip to France and for each 60.000 votea
In addition to 1SO.000 an additional girl
wilt be awarded the trip. These figures
refer to the total number of votea cast
for all candidates In the election and not
to the votes of any one candidate.
II. The number of girls to be awarded
the trip will be determined wholly on
th total number of votes cast In the
12 The candidate receiving the great
est number of votes will be regarded aa
atar-ding in first position, the one re
ceiving the next greatest number aa stand
ing In second position, and so down
through the list. In case of a tie for
any position eaett wlU be regarded as
holding that position. 'Winners of trips
will be decerm'iied according to the num
ber of votea cast for them individually.
13. ' In case of Inability of any winner
to' take the trip for. physical or other
reason, the girl holdiirg the next position
below her In the final tally of voting will
be awarded her place.
14. All expenses of the elected dele
gates will be paid from their noma towa.
Unaware She Was
Wed, Says Stiver
Had Ju-t Given Her $200,
Claimi Man Who Killed
Briilfgroom of Day
"I didn't know they were married,
I didn't even know he was in the
house, I have Just given her more
than $200 and was looking forrl
to a reconciliation with her,"
These were the words yesterday
morning of Jl. D. McAtre, Council
i'lufTs machinist, accused of the mur
der of J. U. Jarobsen, one-day hus
band of his divoroced wife. Viola
McAtec, Wednesday morning.
McAtee was arraigned on first de
gree murder charges in liluffi police
court, waived to the grand jury on
advice of hii attorney, John 1. Tin
ley, and was ordered held without
McAtee was divorced by hi wife
three months aao. lie blamed
acobsen with breaking up hit home,
ust after he gave money to his di
vorced wife Wednesday at her home,
2009 Avenue D, the bridegroom sud
denly appeared, he alleges, and made
as if to attack him. McAtee warned
that he would shoot to kill, he de-
cUffd, and then tired five phot.
Jsiob.en died huot instantly.
JacubMW and McAtee' divorced
wife were married Tuesday at St.
Civet Self Up.
McAtee railed police after the
shooting, then went to police head'
quarters where he surrendered. Th
divorcee-bride-widow is prostrated
over the shooting. She has two chil
drcn, Hcvl, I J. and Uarrelt. 2. who
is nurnrd and lives at lonti South
J.irob.en is survived by hi moth,
ee. Mrs. Jennie Jarobsen. J0J South
Founder of Hall County
Buried at Grand Island
Grand Mand. Neb . April 20.
(Special Telegram.) The funeral of
lienor Joehnck, one of the three re
maining original pioneers of the
Hall county settlement of 1857, was
held today and largely attended.
Rev. C. ft. Ilarman of the lnglih
Lutheran church officiated. Mavor
ElUherry ordered the city hall flag
at half-mast during the day. out
of repect to the founder of the com
munity. Offices Fund Bill Rejected.
Washington, April 20. The home
by a vote of 155 to I4J refused today
to accept the conference report on
the independent offices' appropriation
bill because of the provision permit
ting the shipping board to employ
six officers at salaries of $25,000 each,
two at $20,000 each and two at $15,
Aged Couple Slain !
on Farm Near
Mutilated Bodiet Found at
Home Robbery Beliexed
Motive Span of Mulei
Springfield. Mo.. April 20,-The
multilaied bodies of J. W. Hunt and
wife, each about 72, were found at
their farm home near UurTalo, near
hrre late yesterday. The aged couple
had not been seen since Thursday.
Kobhery is believed to have been
the motive for the double murder as
the farmer was considered quite
A span of white mules and a wag
on belonging to Hunt are misting.
Gothenburg Farmer It
Weaned With Cattle Profit
A choice load of steers bouiiht as
feeder last fall was brought to the
Omaha market by J. 11. itarnen of
Coihenburg. There were 23 head in
the consignment that averaged 1,150
louuds, and were sold for $ a hun
dred. Mr. llarnen said he boueht
the cattle on the Omaha market
last fall at feeders and that they
made a good showing of gain in
wciitht and price.
A Giberalterized Hartmann
With Cuihion Top
rite nimouiief iiirnt of tliia exeecJiiiKly low price on Cusli.
inn Top Warilrobr-i will be weleoineu ly many who )iave
always wanted a llarlniaim.
Thin trunk i three-ply veneer, all eJk'c Ciliraltetized,
black bartl fibre covering;, Mnssoio coven ami fixture,
Vale lock, dust curtain and laundry bnj;, drawer rein
forced, locking lmr of drawcro, shoe box, cretonne lined
throughout. Compares favorably with any $73 trunk.
Call for number 777.
1803 Farnam Street.
Here Sixteen Yean.
Will Offer Home for
Grand Island. Neb., April 20.
(Special Telegram.) . The
proffer by the . state legislature
at the special session of the state
soldiers' home at Burkett to the na
tional government for federal hos
pital and soldiers' home purposes is
being presented at Washington in
person by Representative McLellan,
who is also the chairman of the lo
cal committee on the project. Chair
man McLellan on his way to the
national capital called on Governor
McKelvie and is acting in complete
co-operation with the governor. He
has arranged a meeting of the en
tire Nebraska delegation - and with
the co-operation of Congressman
Andrews has arranged a meeting of
the delegation with Colonel Forbes,
head of the veterans' bureau, and
representatives of the disabled Amer
ican veterans and of the - American
Legion. A petition to Colonel Forbes
to accept the Nebraska offer has
been signed by both senators and
ail congressmen from Nebraska.
Both of the leading veterans' organi
zations of the state are behind the
proposition and the national ex
ecutive committees have . endorsed
the project. '
Maybe there'll be a reconciliation.
In the Zander-Gump affair, we mean.
EXTRA SPECIAL Friday
Colors: Black and Brown
OSE DAI FRIDAY OS1I .
Again we are enabled to offer this won
derful Boston Bag bargain. The most
practical bag for shoppers and students.
They're genuine leather and equal in ap
pearance to higher priced bags. The
one store in America to sell them at
One Dollar. -,
Positively ao nail or phone
orders. Koae sold to dealers.
As the supply is limited
early attendance is nrged.
ON SALE LUGGAGE SECTION BASEMENT SALESROOM. .
Is Proving a Sensation in Omaha
THE entire city of Omaha is busy buzzing about Bond's values.
Frankly, men are amazed at the buying power of their 1
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garment every stitch must he up to the Bond high standard. Selling our factory
output through Bond's 14 stores does not permit a middleman to enter in between
and tack on a few 'profits before it
gets to you. Bond s Clothes have no
equal in popularity, because they have
no equal in value you buy them direct
from the maker.
Bond's New Spring
Belted, yoke backs, in
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new shade of tan.
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