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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1920.
11 DIABOLICAL SCHEME CHARGED IN DIYORCE JW. dairy Schimmel Accuses Husband of "Fiendish Campaign" in Suit HE NAMES CORESPONDENT Wife Files Counterclaim for Separation and Alimony, Alleging Croelty. Hurry Schimmel, who Is In tha cotton waste bUlllMM at 286 Fifth avenue, has jiigun a Supreme Court action for di vorce against Alma Schlossbcrg Schim mel, naming Jacob ("Jack") Marks, a rellunt of 840 Hopklnaon avenue, Brooklyn, as corespondent Mrs. Schimmel and Marks have filed affidavits denying tha charge. She has filed a counterclaim for separation, al leging that her husband treated her i cruelly. In her pie for alimony she ; HM that her husband receives over 1100.000 a year from his business and owns at leaai tiuu.uvu i ifruperiy. Justice McCook allowed her $160 a week anil 11.501 for counsel fee. Bcblrnmsl'i brother and detectives raided Mrs. Schlmmol's room In the Rptel I'ennsylvanta, on the nlfiht of February 29 last and found Marks here. Schimmel wns lit Boston at the time. Marks says he was paying a social call on Mr- Schlmmul, who used to work as a bookkeeper In a shop where he was Hnployed, He admits that she would pick Mm up In her automobile after her marriage and take him to his homa on tier way to the Schimmel residence at Qlen Covs and that he used to take her out to lunch. Frederick 8. Sheridan, formorly a chauffeur for the Schimmel declares In Ml affidavit that Marks and Mrs. Schimmel occupied the limousine quite often and that he recalls one night last January, while Mr. Schimmel was In Chicago, that she dismissed him at the Hotel l'ennsylvanla shortly after Marks had gone Into the hotel lobby. On an other occasion she and Marks and an other man went Into the Trinity Terrace apartment, at Broadway and 162d itreet, and remained there about an tour.' It appears from the records that the Ichlmmels lived at hotels until he pur tha?ed a homo at Qlen Cove. He says the house cost him 16,000 and that he Hid It later for 126.000. The furnish ings coat about IIO.UOO. Mr. Schimmel lomplalns that his wife was extravaKant, but that he acceded to her demands be cause she was younger than he. Instead of earning $100,000 a year, he declares bit net income In 19-0 to Aucuet 1 was K0. He denies that he spends 125,000 a year on his living or that ho has plav4d cards for high stakes, as his wife alleged, losing as high ns $1,000 a night His arrest lots was $72. In her counterclaim for separation Mrs. Schimmel declares that her hus band lectured her continually upon the weakness of the female sex. He had hie brother Joseph art as her chaperon, "a man wholly abhorrent to me," she says. 'o elevating thought did he voice. I was compelled to listen to him and en tertain. Mental misery and torture I "I had the beat of everything." she adds, 'which my husband hai alnce taken from me. N'oiv U seems like a iream." In a lengthy affidavit Mr Shlmmel iharacterlzes her husband's conduct In lurh terms as "diabolical "amputgn" and "fUndith scheme." She vers that he had "th ur.brldled nerve" to ask her to allow the divorce case to go by default In return for $5,000. Schimmel says this is nonsense. HOSPITALS TO TAKE CHILD SUFFERERS New Treatment for Infantile Paralysis Patients. Radical changes In the city's plan of treating 5O0 children sufferera from In fantile paralysis go Into effoct Tuesday. Paralytic children hitherto have been treated three times a week In the clinics of tire city hospitals. For euro and treatment patients now will be admitted to the hoapltala as resident patients, thus abolishing the transportation sys tem. These children, victims of the epldemlo of 1916, In many Instances have been prevented from attending school becau.se of their affliction. Tho sen pi in provides a publio school teacher for each hospital, so that tho Nfferera may be educated. Perhaps the most radical, change In th treatment of the poliomyelitis pa tients Is the Introduction of surgical as slitance Several of the most prom inent surgeons of the city have volun teered and where an operation Is ad visable It will be performed, where the consent of the parents Is obtained. I The fact that many of the city hospi tals are tunning below normal bed ca pacity makes the reception of the sev eral hundred cases possible, They can be, cared for without Increasing the tfsifs of the hospitals. The hospitals ready to accept such patients Include Bsllevue and Allied Hospitals, City, Metropolitan. KInge County, Cumberland toeet. Coney Island, Greenuolnt and leaview. Pbrsloal Director far Brooklyn Y. Robert C. Cubbon, regional director of Physical training for the Southern do Petment of the Toung Men's Christian Association, with headquartera at At lanta, Ga., baa been appointed physical director at the Central Branch, T. M. c- A, in Brooklyn. Mr. Cubbon hag "en a physical director' for over fifteen yrs and acted as a director of ath- y m the army during the war. k show by est rrer-in creasing trade, faav mi by ewr easnrfor stock astsl $25.00.$1.00 Weekly $50.00. $1.00 Weekly $100.00.$2.00 Weekly REOIT . 1574 Broadway DOORS ABOlS7-Sf Aes-Ar m Book el" Personal Shopping Service WE'LL gave you an extra trip to town to outfit the Juniors who are going back to school, if you'll write us or telephone us exactly what you want. Telephone: Fitzroy 1900 Store Hours: 9 to 5. Open All Day Next Saturday. Lord & Taylor 38th Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th Street We'll Do Your Shopping for You! BUSY New York Women telephone us to shop for them when they are unable to come to the store for some needed article or advertised sale that interests them. Telephone: Fitzroy 1900 Effective Draperies of New French Taffeta. at Moderate Prices TYPICALLY Parisian are these new taffeta hang ings, with their bold use of color and their exquisite soitness of texture. Who but a French artist would dare to introduce a yellow stripe in a mauve background, or to combine burnt orange, king blue and magenta, with perfect confidence of his success? Yet these are the color combinations we find in these draperies, and they are as strikingly beautiful as any we have seeji. Plain colors, to be used as a foil for the striped fabrics, are made in soft, rich shades of gold, blue, rose, burnt orange and magenta. These lovely fabrics are now on display in our Drapery Department, where they present a tempting array of colors to charm the fancy of the prospective decorator. They were ordered over a year ago at lower prices than are now current. Thanks to this fact, we are able to offer them today at very moderate prices. All are 50 inches wide. Solid color yard $6.50 Striped yard $9.50 fifth Floor. Announcing Our Fall Opening and Display of Finer American Rugs IN preparing for.this great opening, we have exerted every effort to secure an assortment of the better American rugs such as will satisfy the requirements of all our customers. Individual taste as well as the more general demand for su perior quality will find its answer in thia comprehensive col lection. The leading rug manufacturers of the country have combined their efforts with ours to supply for our clientele an assemblage of rugs that repre sents the Lord & Taylor quality of merchandise. Beauty of design and coloring are tastefully combined, quite in keeping with the wants of our customers. A significant proof of the completeness and variety of our stock is the fact that most ofthe patterns found in these rugs are carried in a wide range of sizes, from the small bed size or hearth rug to the large room sizes. Thus you may have several rugs in one room, or in two adjoining rooms, with no element of disharmony, an obvious advantage in itself. The Most-Wanted Sizes Are Given Seamless Axminster, Wool Wilton, Royal Wilton, 9x12 feet $88.50 $121.00 to $136.50 $145.00 to $164.00 8xio feet 6x9 feet $78.25 $46.50 $110.00 to $129.50 $75.00 $133.00 to $149.25 $92.00 Anglo Persian, French Wilton, Royal Kashan Kornak and Herati Rugs Size 9x12 feet Size 8xio2 feet Size 6x9 feet $180.00 to $195.00 $163.00 to $175.00 $110.00 to $119.00 Other sizes in the various grades carried in stock at proportionate prices are 22x36, 27x54, 36x63 inches and 4x7, 10x13, iixis feet Seamless Chenille Rugs This superior type of rug stands easily in the foremost ranks of American rugs today. Our. collection is a large and comprehensive one, so important in our minds that it deserves special mention, which will follow at an early date. Season's leading colors in solid ground with darker border; all the most desired sizes. t fifth noor,: Household Linens of Fine Quality Priced Exceedingly Low EXTREMELY fortunate purchases, made many months ago, enable us to offer these splendid linens at prices lower thar to-day's import cost. Pure Irish Linen Satin Damask Table Cloths 2x2 yards $9.75 Table Cloths 2x2 yards $12.00 Napkins to match, dozen $11.75 Odd Lot of Table Cloths "Heavy all linen Scotch damask of fine wearing quality, 2x1 yards t $8.95 Irish Weft Damask Table Cloths 67x68 inches each $4.95 Napkins, dozen $4.95 Fine Bed Linen Sheets Pure Irish Linen pair $19.50, $23.50 Pillow Cases pair $4.50 Linen Huck Towels Splendid wearing quality, just the right size. Dozen $9.75 Staond floor. Beautiful Breakfast Coats , Less Than Former Wholesale Cost Splendid model in two-toned Satin, with revers, smartly trimmed with niching, $12.75 Soft Brocaded Satin combined with Georg ette Crepe, in pink, peach, American beauty, orchid, and turquoise, $25.00 Special Purchase of Silk Petticoats Taffetas and lustrous Satins in the new Autumn shades, plain and changeable effects, y $5.95 Remarkable values at this low price for this quality, jutui Wast Clearance of Women's Booti S.65 800 pairs of fine boots taken from our reg luar stock. Several styles from which to choose. All sizes in the lot but not in every style. tsttst floor. Distinctive Paris Millinery INDIVIDUALITY may be expressed more clearly and charmingly through the medium of a beau tiful hat than through any other single arti cle of the smart woman's costume. What she seeks is the hat that is refresh ingly youthful yet strikingly distinctive. The originality may con sist in a deft turn of the brim or in a bold aloofness from any sort of trimming the particular form mat ters not, if the originality be unmistakable. O UR French Room has made a special study of this type of hat and we are now able to display an ex clusive group of these individual models, in cluding originals from Paris, copies and adap tations. The Maria Guy model pictured here is representa tive of this assortment. The wide, flat brim with its graceful sweep away from the face, the soft crown, the beautiful quality of hatter's plush that is ail that the casual observer sees. But it is the infinite art expended in the execution that makes it the thor oughly lovely hat It la. J'oufth floor. Philippine Lingerie Sample Line of Gowns and Envelope Chemises in very fine quality Batiste, beau tifully hand-embroidered; almost all of these garments below wholesale cost. $2.95 each Silk Underwear Night Gowns $6.95 Crepe de Chine of excellent quality, trimmed with fine laces, attractive models. Bungalow Aprons Unusually Good Values $1.45 $1.75 $1.95 Plain and checked Ginghams, Chambrays and Percales, out-of-tne-ordinary style touches, pipings, belts, yokes, some slip-on models. taste! Wan "Madam Irene" Corset We recommend to your special attention a model made of good quality pink broche, handsomely bro caded with satin flowers. Made for the average figures, it is well boned with the low bust, free nip and elastic inserts in front. Dainty touches are the fine lace and satin that trim the top. Specially Priced $11.50 Tax 65c JSecont floor,. NEWS A LA MODE. Sew Reynier Gloves The latest Reynier importa tions show appliques of white kid in geometrical de sign, forming -euff effects, on colored gloves or black, many of th em with attrac tive eyelet designs. Glove Section. Egyptian Designs in matching necklaces and hat pins are among the newest idea from Paris. Jewelry Section. Elephants from Parts are another phase of the present fad for Oriental ideas, ornaments for one's curio cabinet Stationery Section. OPENING OF THE NEW AUTUMN FABRICS Tuesday marks the formal opening of "Fine Fabric" month. This means four weeks during which we offer materials of superior qualityall the smart new weaves of the season at exceptionally low prices. Imported and American-made Silks Enchanting assortments of all the most desired weaves and colorings that promise to be Fashion's favorites for the coming season. Modish Imported costumes developed in Tinsel Brocades, Tinsel Chiffons, Duvetyns and Chiffon Velvets point to these as leaders for Fall and Winter. These exclusive silks are now being shown by Lord & Taylor in comprehensive assortments. Colored Georgette Crepe $1.45 yard Beautiful shades; 40 inches. . Washable Satin $1.68 yard High lustre, all evening colors; 36 inches wide. Black Dross Satin $2.75 yard Heavy quality and lustre 36 inches wide. high Satin Sublime $2.95 yard Exquisite quality; 36 Inches wide. Colored Crepe de Chine $1.95 yard Heavy quality; 40 Inches wide, itreet and evening shades, Dress Satin $1.95 yard Chiffon finish, high lustre. All Wool Fabrics Importations from France and England, together with the finest American weaves. All Wool Velour English Costume Serge $3.95 yard Superior quality in good durable men's wear blue; 50 Inches wide. $4.75 yard twenty-five of sea son's most desired shades in soft tones, ponged and shrunk; 48 inches wide. Fine Cotton Materials Crepe Georgette yard $1.00 Silk and cotton mixture, charming printed designs in colored grounds; 36 inches wide. Chiffon Mull yard 85c Lovely sheer silk and cotton mixture in fine range of solid colors; 36 inches wide. .around floor., .Second floor. NEWS A LA MODE . Paris Stationery "Lea Pigeons," note-size, of dove grey lined with pale purple, for billets-doux; single sheets and large ob long envelopes of grey, lined with Chinese blue, for the woman of dashing chi rography; Fousi-Yama Japanese yellow paper, en velopes in dragon design, for the woman who delights in the bizarre. (Stationery Section.) Flower Fans Paris has sent us some charming novelties in painted fans to match the new shades in evening gowns huge or chids, roses and other floral favorites, painted on gauze, sticks of ivory with gilt tracery. (Jewelry Section.)