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KARL JORN WEDS
ITOLD TO HIT IT UP AEROPLANE WING 1400 SENT TO PAY
AGAIN IN SECRET; BY COP; HE 010 SO BRUSHES A PEAK ! TAX IS ADDED TO
SAILS WITH BRIDE AND WAS PINCHED AS VEDRINE FLIES CONSCIENCE FUND
Metropolian Tenor Breaks
Concert Engagement! Be
cause Roth Are Homesick.
Then Judge Was Sorry He
Couldn't Tine the Merry Blue
coat instead of Chauffeur,
Aviators Reach San Sebastian
in Paris-Madrid Race,
KEEPS ROMANCE QUIET
Gave Up First Wife to Berlin
Dentist Second is From
Karl .Turn, 1h fmnoun QnMM tsnrrr.
wtio tiu txm undfl - oontrat with thr.
Mtrtrpolltn Oprra Hon fur tlm laat
two jf ,i, im1 wtio H yaar ri
HnqutMhed hla w:f. 10 n Merlin danllat,
ndosvtnir hr with an. I '.lilrtlnu
liar happy In hai MA tM ii Mlltd
o-day on tha HollandsAmarlean Nmr
Rottemlajii I I MM brMa 10 wlumi
ti in m rati tna triad In I'rnnsyivanii
mori than a month ao.
Ttv Kln(r '. ... rat about Ma !nt
aa ad van turn i, fiank (vmrarn
nf th friendly urrannrment arllh hta
flrat witv by artrloti ha ralaaiad har In
favor of l"r. William. Mlnlnrer. Not
avail to liu Hltln&att frlaftd aiul m.m
agwr. K-i-.u-i ,t .1 TuraajTi ill.l ha dt h
otoaa ttia ldenilty of hla aooond alfa or
undar what elrotMIMtMOM tha roniaix
la OH Ml ;rssi-nt honeymoon
Join almnl'itu Ibfiimndl of doilWI
During a myatafio is ahaanca n( month,
ilurtmc wM h Una ba K-1 tin a mar
iiad, Mr IMrnai i ikad Jorn fur ions
lactura tour f Of tha aUJhfUat month!
Tha tenor rapudlalad UMM n iraa;e:i h rt t s
on tha aP'ir of Hit mottiaajl mii.1 bookatl
laaaK for Hlmaolf an J bftda on tho
OMardam without hi mi&iihkt
"On P Ivate Enterriape."
wo oionira aafOi n'H ! tha la: mlnmln
r.f hi aaajaatrnam with tin. Matropol.
an opara-llouaa Company, Jorn totd
hla manacer he wn lottla on a jirivate I
enterprise Ha 111 not auy whare he
waa gotnjr or when he PfOUld ho batik,
Ha told Mr. Turner that ha wiru'.d le i
willing tn go on ootii'rt tour, hagitinlnK
tha lattar jwrt of May.
The alnger conipli tely vanished from
hla manager 'a k.-n tiie day ho left him
at tha Hotel Aator. A month iihmmM
liafore Mr. Turner got a telegram front I
a UtUo town hi Pi nttsylvaiilu. In this
teejpat.h .lorti Bald, 'Am n in r rloil and
very happy.' Aa;nln he droppaH out of
sight and Turner heard nnthliig of him
till four d.iya aaTO, when ha got an- i
othar laleirrani Wtllkltlfc "Bit new,
am fcOIWIIttk "
Saturday morning .turn ramie ha' t i
earth In the Metropolitan Opera House j
Thara mt no one Ultra hut tha watch- I
"Where are 111 the artists gone?" he
To Europe," replied tlie watehman.
So He Went Too.
"I'll go too, " auid John, and he aped
down to the Holland AjnarlaajH una of
flea and hongnt tleketl for hllMaM and
orlda on tho ItnllltlkMIl Than lie went
up to the Aator and liroke the nea to
"ta'hat ahout y ir tettfT" iuiked Mr.
It make no difference," cried Jorn,
I'm homni k and my ertfa'f homa-
ti''k. SIm- a iit man. t o."
Tha'. w aa :.:s ii I la t word rnn
rarnluc the IdtaMHy Ol bit brld and
their riiiiwii e. Ha 0 her AboAfd tno
Rotterdam o qtllaUy (O-day that no
one .iw bar, a no before t- .. liner aoth d
he a?' Inmilu bit ateVtarooitl with her
and bbrrejd eba doot to a,. nne aougnt
to Intel v lew tllm.
Wnan tha Oral Prau Jorn umotMood
har tovo for tho ltrliu demllat and her
wish to he rid "f '.in- bondl that unltod
her to Jorn "lie Bald :
"J?l wa ODld and joyioM In my home
thare araa Iba frloid atmoaphere of
threat, arnata who eore wrapped up in
U,etr art. WJVloh I io tlnlr real
love Huoh a m .!. i- no rtirhl to
marry, no rlahl i i I aim tha affection
of a warrn-lifai" ed nan"
"Ten had "ff ean't have tha po'la
. pa and make hlrn p i v your fine."
remarked Magistrate Marah at Fraplafon
I" day aa he fined Waller llah a
hauffe'ir tiroucht hefore him for over- I
e eeding. The fine Ml . and Wait.,
aiah la arnirto'rtsd by a. m tjaol
rligu of No. ITU Weat Sevanty-a v, n-b
etieet, Man .allnn. hi, ra). lit- had
l i en In New Jeraey and wa" r turning
to Mnnharan by way of Itl'-hmond i
Boroaffh Hi ai i t ai ha waa eotnika
along tna Anitwiy Road at a ! finer,
having plenty of time, when a bicycle I
pollliajlaip ha:lml him and asked ir na i
wn g 'lng to HI. Oeorge ferry Wa'i i '
aald he waa and the pollMBiM naked J
a lift. They were then at Qraaniafl
Tki poll eman entered tlie car ano he
lagged along In Plaploton the poll, e
baM remarkeil ttu-y hud only tao
PtUluttI to make the host.
"4'an rtpU do II?" wraattl aeya the po
nonvmous Letter Decries
Rcrsonal Rroperty Assess
ment "Wealthy Avoid."
lloemari aaxed. dure, ir you
He WaJ l"'UI to go ahead and i
h Itlng thirty live miles when Blayola
I eman Veck held him up at 1'omp
klnavllla and arraotad hlrn. The police.
Biag Who urgaul I. in to lilt It up went
on to llm fafry leaving Walsh to care
SENATE PASSES POLICE BILL.
vatltflee lllesliam'i Hi n.orei tlodl-
flea ( uinniUaloner'a PwOfOrti
AIiHANV. Mnv M.-Tho Tlsmpshr rgar
bid, which ppivhlea that no gMgibtf of
the poll, e f,r. a o any ally In the sr.iii
ahull he rarnoyed fiorn orh -, auapf-nded.
raducad or dlaolpJIragrl satrap j on writ tan
i hargaa and after n irlat, was paaaad
hv the Hi rmra tnia afternoon.
The bill repeale ;tll laws tneonalstant
with It and BUlllflea tha Blltghag) layw
and the Mrthm of the am-ond cine
eltlaa ohgrtar regarding the dlamlaaal
of pollcamanj it nnw go.-s to the
Wt gMAffTTAf, Rpaln, May n -Aviator
Vodrlna arrlv.-l here at
"' e k thla -i i nlng front Ango ilme.
having euc raafully covered the eeoond
arage of Iba Paf to Madrid mlat'on
fiignt. He made a pupgrb iian toward
' and ai acclaimed
large i t k d
Vedflna aald that ha had not slop,.. I
aftn ieavlng Ang.mieme lis left
Krsiuh Igrpllory bl Ararhnn. and
Wfalla paaglnf the enoounterd dgn
or ia air edillen Ha almoat fxperl
encod dlaaater near Kiinnferi at. la,
Miara a wutf of nia gjiaeMtia gra.vi
the peak of a huge rook.
Oarroa. who Matted f,nrn Angouleme
at ..13 O'ClOOh thla nofHinf, aue,e
fully crosred il, o Hay .f Iliavay and
arrlvad here at it aj o'ghjak, lie was
fgrsad to atop two hoari for fuai
AN'dol'l. i:ik. rranoa, May M - Be
fore an anlmatad crowd the Angouleme
Sr. hetiuailan Hugo for the Tent
Parisian prlsu of Uvid aai Ir.uuguraied
The tir.-r atage or the flight OMteSl
from laay-lai Mottnaaut, just outside
I'srla, to Angouleme, waa begun on
Sunday. On amount of (he amident,
however, wlrti h reaulted In the death of
ba rotary of War Bartaam ami the
IgJury to Premier Monis, an of tha
eonteatgnti were not ahle to get away,
coin" ol tha aviators, IgOlUdlbl Train,
Whose ntaohlna waa the cauaa of the
tragady( ratlrad pgymggggtiy from the
Vadrang, (Hbarl and Oarroa covered
the Aral ata-a. 59 miles up to yeater
0 bar I lanilinl at Itlarrlta at 9 O0l00k
to take on a supply of oil lie de
clared ne had loot big way In the fog
and Unit he had besfl Hying over the
aea two maira.
I WORLD WANTS WORK WONDEflfJ
r'omrrtroliivr Prfndfrgnaf haa raegtVgd
from ' orporatlon Cotinag) Wgdaog the
following aommunleariofi with Incloaurt !
"lion William A Pretidergaa1. romp- 1
"fiear fl'r V'erdav, In an enve op,- '
d'rerind 'Buraag of oetiaeiiog of ir
sonal Tggag, :a Broad way, New York
city,' there waa Inrhmed Hon tn cur- i
raney, aocompaiMSd hy a letter pajilsh
read as follows:
" 'Oommlaalonaf of Tmn: Ineloaed
you will fin. I Hue, Bijiroxlniate1y the
amount I wai taxed on personal prop
erty a while ago I ur leratand
gbOtll the las on peraonal property,
hut when I tell you that thla la ahout
one fourth my In. ome you all! under
atand w hv I obfOOl to oomph lag with a
law so arranged that people of Health
can use the otty and pay nothing, while
thoae who enti hsrely exist on small
IP I diiiii arc nit.
" 'If my name were still on lie Hat 1
gOUld use eome of the many l-gul w-aya
of agnaplng I ha tag. I am paying for
thai one yoai bacgUM I do nut like the
method In whh h my name waa re
moved from the list."
"I haVa in, ii 'erred w It'h the head of my
paggongl tax burajgu, w:.o hrought the
IMUitOf at OtrOa to my MtaMIOfli and
flml thgra la no Otua krun to u where
by our anohynnma ooivagpaltdwnl may
ho discovered, l'n.ler tho . In nivelan
cea, 1 ajpiaiae you gtaouM ro-llt the
aiiiouiM to the " Jonaolajaea Kund,' for-
whkgt pwrpoaa i ie-g bora with to band
I you (ha aald in -urrcni-y, sugeiliar
Willi the MHgiysnoUg labtar a.nd the eti-
velopa cowtawnng tha enme.
"A It' Mil HA 1.1" It WATSON."
Kills lllioaelf With lias.
Rkgaard Murphy committed suMd,.
llila afteriHH.n hy Inhaling gna He Wgl
foimd dead lu hrd hy hla wtfe. He hum
slxty-tw'o yearn old and lived at No
;jfl Waal "no Hundred and Twenty
WOMEN GLOBE TROTTERS
HOME FROM THEIR TRIP.
Mel Here by Woman Whb Had
taken OpposiU RouU Kound
Mia. John Bl .l.-nsn It. as. or llr ...k-.!.
and Mra. Joseph Wi' lam Va . w no live
at lha Hotel latham. irrlvtd on the
Ityndam, of the) Holland-An. alii an lln
lloth are widows They have hen link
ing a tour of the world. They were
met at the do. k by Mrs 'i.orge II
Holt, of Htamford, Conn . w ho mad a
trip from an opposite dlfgctlofl ground
the world at the aame tltno her frlen Is
srarteil They mat and Raid a rcunl OH
at Yokohama and to-nlg. t will hold
another aeanon in honor of the tour
at the home of Mra. Bllaa.
The women said tiiey found ro plaee
around (he elMg where t ,v were not
tresled with the utmost , onslderatlon
In the Orient when they told men they
mt that they had no ei-orte they
found that the men telegraphed ahead
and ma da special arrarigenionta for
llielr i omfort T icy agreed that the
moot itseautlful women on the tour were
Uia Malay women, win. had tha 1rek
type of baauty.
NEGRO'S VICTIM DIES.
to. her ggggd lo Heath list g
.In Ii n l m I n .
Still another nnme was added 'o
day in the list of those who fell In
fore the mad fury of John Cain, ti e
rggOfsglgghlnfJ arid revolver-w leldlmr n".
gro who lilt a wake of dead and dying
hehliid hUn sa he aped t rough Hgrlam'l
atreets the nlg'.n of May 17.
Alhert binMoRIi th rty-nne years of
age, a drher. of No. lac, Manhattan ave.
trie, who was r t down hy Cgln'l rag II
died thla afttrnoon at the J. II .ml
DEMOCRATS MUST KEEP
PLEDGES, StYS 0SB0RE.
League would hare a large share !n the
om n-j campaign, and that It was left
In good hands dmlng Ids own abaem-a.
MAY BE NEGRO WARSHIP.
I. Aft PA1.MAH, Canary Talanda. Mav
SI The greatest eurlosltv ntta -hes lir
to the pceaenee of n , ruiset ship flying
the Oar man oommarrlal flag and hear
lug the name "Oroat l.ula."
Tha vessel Is Of re ent COggtfgOIPJn
and la rttted with nmdern aninment
Fii i-nrrlei sixteen guns and has a
. argo of ammunition. The t rew num
The cruiser Is reported to he dea
r.nisl f.r tha RggttMlfl of l.llierla.
-ii;;io,t Member tti iin "Cabinet"
.Sails lor Tour ol Imp ;v
Thomas Mott Oahorne, who left th;l
"cabfntt" fif ooVi Dig baoauaa of ni-
health, sent hla .ompliments to the
DaglOcratle pgfty In New York aa he
-a, led sway to-dnv on the Kaiser Wh
helm der (liosse and pointed this put.i
to them If they won.,' win the next
"Damoaratlo sursa dapandi upon
keeping the promises we made in the
Inst ejection to those. Republicans who
voted with Ul at that time.''
Mr I MbOl ne dd not seem to he In
good haalth. Ills son, Rohert K. Og
horn, went wltii htm. They go first to
Poteen, where t.lthgow, another son, la
a student Then they will lour the
i font inent for tarn months. He rafuoad
in iik ahout the eoaflrmgtlon at Jua-
llct Hanlol Cohnlnn, and gghf, when
asked grhal hope the Itepublt-ans of
the Hla'.. had:
"They are a mlghtv rohss.ve lot."
lie thought the Pa mo era tic state
t bags aad tbair eggs, a sure piaxaggm1
IVlertnan'a Ronch Food kms
rosthca. wster hugs ai.il beetles. .'It.m.l-. I
aid for 24 yasra.
Potertnan'o Moth Food)-odoe-
leu Kills moths. A sura pi eseativsi.
. Peterman's Ant Food ktiau
ants and fleaa
Inssst on TVtei lieu
At all dealers.
--jsw . .! I HI: I I , West
wV'Jt NW Rfth Au nue. N. Y.
SALE Wed nesaav:
OCA AFTERNOON HpPFQ
Jjyj AND BEACH lKLOOCO
Assembled from the Popular
Marhine-Matlc Dress Section.
ST 6.75, 7.50 & 10.00
VF.R A DOZEN STUNNINGLY FASH-
I0NED DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT
MOULl.b ( HAMI1KAYS, COrrON
V01LKS. CINGIIAMS, MADRAS,
LATEST DESIGN'S AND COLORINGS.
EVERY SIZF. FOR WOMKN.
MISSES & SMALL WOMEN.
Eifn at then Regular
1- Produted by the thou
iands solely hy machine.
2 Materials purchasedby
the bolt, utiwf on every
Sole output of one en
tire jactory required to
BRYAN, DIX'S GUEST.
TALKS TO LEGISLATURE.
Urges Feder.il Income Tax and
Direct I !. : n 0 vennirrs
as (j't hi Doctrinet,
ATjUAW, May William Jennings
Uryan r)'1re'.'. i ' Legrlalatura gl noon
to-day and attemled an Informal reop
ilon and Itmohaon gtvi n Iri hla buti'r at
tiie Ten r.v. k Hot i by foraga' sUaea
' 'iimiiUsjlliT II illynn To-nlgHl he will
let-tura at the ATmory undai the folnl
auaptoaa of t!.i Taotb llegtl .t and tlie
Albany ovie leaarui Hi . i antai
tainad iu dinner In I . asaouUva man
alon hy Qsiv, on. I kfra, In1
In hie gAaraag (o i tie. Uagkfkktura Mr.
Brytan aivo sit.-.i tha Indoi . nan) of tho
Keilaral 1no .rn. tag, n .,r 1'iiltod
suites -. rom b) popular VOta ami dl
Caa qaicUy be overcome ty
laiael. aad A nrtriTrnr
I VaHK I L n Jl
aes. and lndifcstioo. Tbey do thej duty.
1 Smell Pill. Saul! Deea. S....II Price.
! Cenoine amabrsi Bignature
aeoiy aa lha
(The Store That Satifies)
Axtninster and Body Brussels Carpets
At Much Less Than Market Quotations
These 24,235 yards of Axminster and Body Brussels Carpets come from one
of the best mills, which at this season is reducing the number of patterns.
Hence these low prices:
Axminster Carpets, regularly $1.65, now $1.30.
Axminster Carpets, regularly $1.50, now 95c.
Body Brussels Carpets, regularly $1.50, now $1.10.
The manufacturer's name stamped on the back guarantees' their quality.
Copies of beautiful French chintzes, Persians, two-tone and tapestry effects.
Wilton, Axminster, Brussels and French
Seamless Rugs at Equal Savings
Wilton Rugs: 8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft, 0 in., $24, $27.50 and $39.50; 9 ft. x 12 ft., $26,
$29.50 and $42.50.
Axminster Rugs: 9 ft. x 12 ft., $15, $20.75 and $21.50; 10 ft. 6 in. x 13 ft. 6 in., $23.50.
Brussels Rugs: 11 ft. 3 in. x 12 ft., $30.
French seamless Rugs: self-toned effects, 36 in. x 63 in., $7.50; 9 ft. x 12 ft., $47.50;
10 ft.x 15 ft., $67.50.
Patterns mostly copies of well-known Orientals. Fourth Gallery, Ne Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
They who have permitted themselves to become too busy to submit to the gentle magic of beautiful
things as well as the few more happily wise who search for it even in this hurried town are asked to
A PIANO EXPOSITION
With an Educational Purpose (Not a Sale)
Opening Tomorrow at WANAMAKER'S
It includes an extraordinary display of upright and grand pianos in
specially designed and embellished cases, and, with every approved
type of piano and player-piano, it is representative of the sincerest work
of American Piano makers the best in the world.
Wc shall find pleasure in giving up one spot out of all this husy town to things that
represent beauty at its best and most potent. The Auditorium has been put in gala trim
and a number of artists whose names are well-known to New Yorkers have been engaged
to assist us in a musical festival that will form a notable part of the event.
Concerts will be given each afternoon beginning at One o'Clock.
Special organ recitals will be given in the mornings.
One hundred and twelve instruments have been
arranged for special view in the beautifully decorated
Auditorium. No two alike each is individual in
style, model and design. The prices as we may
mention for the sake of illustrationrange from $195
Since any one of these instruments may be pur
chased here any day, this remarkable display is in
tended primarily as a COMMENTARY on the scope
of this Piano Store.
The exposition is not organized for sales.
Three wishes are behind it.
We have wished:
To make it as a light held aloft by which you
may read the answer to every piano question that
To spread before you - FRANKLY AS AN OPEN
ED BOOK virtually all that the world knows about
To make VISIBLE an ideal of universal service
that we have held since the beginning.
An important feature of this event is a most
comprehensive exhibit of the work of the modern
geniuses half artist and half mechanician who have,
j brought the player -piano to its present state of perfection.
This Unique Display Includes:
Grand and upright pianos and conventional and specially designed cases by Chickering
& Sons; upright and grand pianos and Player pianos in conventional designs by the Scho-
macker Piano Company; upright and grand pianos, player pianos and player grand pianos
by the Emerson Piano Company; upright pianos and player pianos by the Lindeman & Sons
Piano Company; upright and player pianos by Kohler & Campbell and upright pianos by
Kurizmann and Company.
Piano Players (the Angelus) by Wilcox & White.
A superb collection of upright and grand pianos and player pianos in cases of special,
conventional and "period" designs by William Knabe & Co.
It is probable that no such exposition of applied art in piano cases has ever before been
shown by a retail establishment.
The styles and decorations represented in upright and grand pianos here include Colon
ial, Sheraton, Georgian Empire, Heppelwhite, Louis XV., Louis XVI., Vernis-Martin, Dutch
And away back at the beginning
of it all is this idea:
In this age we often are fooled
we often fool ourselves by con
siderations of size.
An institution like a man can
be no greater than its intentions no
matter what its size.
And again : Beauty I S truth. Music
is synonymous with beauty in
many phases at least.
To our mind the general love of
music shown by the wide popularity
of the piano merely indicates the in-
Artists who will assist at tin-
aftt rnoon Concerts are!
Mrs. GEOBGE BEABDON, Soprano
Miss MARY LANSING, Contralto
Mr. JOHN BARNES WELLS, Ttnor
Mr. MORTON ADKIN8, Baritont
i Almrii i Ipera 'o )
Mr. PAOLO GALLICO, Pianitl
Mr. I'. k AN YQRX, Angtlut-Piano
Mi. ALEXANDER RUSSELL,
Organ and Piano
stinctive reaching out of humanity
for the things that are beautiful trite.
So pianos should be made in sin
cerity. They should be sold in sin
cerity whether the price be $195 or
Such has been our purpose - our
inU ntion, So we have considered it
and so we have worked. '
Thus it occurs that an exposition
of this kind unique and brilliant as
it is only fittingly represents a ser
vice that we are enabled to render
day by day.
Instruments shown may be purchased. Their duplicates, with relatively few exceptions,
may be found and tried in the Piano Salons. With the sale of instruments in specially designed
cases which may not immediately be replaced, we shall request the privilege ol delaying delivery
until the close of the exposition. First Oaittry, nw Building.
JOHN WANAMAKER 'iSJT
A. T. Stewart & Co.
' L J Jp J.
sr. . , aaaaj .