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m iTiimrii wont fbtdat, mat t, Yri.
IPITE THE KING
Braves Royal Dlspleas-
W&by Action Against Wife,
llwnriing Spanish Grandee.
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tOSS SUIT EXPECTED.
trail Actresses Known as
Blends of Nobleman, Who
Was 15,000,000 a Year.
WHY IS YOUR MARRIAGE A SUCCESS?
WHY IS IT A FAILURE?
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Cogtyright. 1IU, br The Preee Publishing Co. (Tbe Nr Tork World).
In 1000 Years Marriages Will Be Happy
When We Will Know How to Be Well Mated
pOtmnx. Mr t The 1lfferenoee
th Duke anil Durh!i of
.nater, for some time a them of
national gnarip, have culminated
Ceh 4nMtltutlon of a divorce autt by
tirka. Me name the Dak of Alba,
eoneplmois figure In eoamopolltan
eocietT. hn oni-e reported to ba
theflance of gn American girl.
It la believe.1 the Durheaa will file a
'eounter gull W ..nt ah will allege hae
BOt. been divulg.td. but everal actreeaea
"nd women member a of a Bohemian aet
In England and on the Continent aie
eommunly known na good friend of
King Ooorga and Queen Mary have
andeiorei to proven) Aurora tro-
eeedllig.-.. whtvh hae long bet n threat
ened between ihe "it minuter a. Lata
lA April, luring the visit of the royal
pair at Crewe, Weetmi inter, a Lord
Uauten.int of the eOOMir, had to aa
.elet in the reception of their majesties.
It wun pabllelv L'ommantad on at the
time that hot . tha Kmit and yjeen j
barely noticed lutii 1 ikI were exreed- ;
ingiy cooi. The explanation eraa the
royal displeasure uvn i lie Duke a anp-
poaet purpoae of forcing a divorce null, :
OUCHE38 LOCKED OUT ON HUS
BAND S OKDER.
L.eM i 'ini month i"'for that, the
Juke wan reported to have "locked
out" bo ' Duchoaa when ahe returned
'from a royal ball to which ba atai
,polntcdly not :.ivltd. The pnrte of
Qpaavanof House, ihe stately London
. inane. un ol t iu Wtltmiuttn. wa, ln
atructed not t . etltn ; ttu Duchess M
ber return from Buckingham PalaoB,
and the porter carried out urdcia.
Tin.' Duke, arhofi tuu nana la Hugh
Richard Arthur Jr avenor, Second li.ike
of Waotntlnati , tiitny-fuur yeara
' old and on ' it tha richest men in tvag-
He owu!i 30,000 acres in Cheahlrs
and WO acrei of London
proper! . ail of which bring him in ia
Income of 18.000,000 a year.
The Duc.ieai wa? Mlog Bholagh 'e.t.
a daughter of Col. Cornwall!! VVeet. '
Her only lo ot her George Comwalllg
Weil la ii.. Second husband of the ;
former Lau ttandolph Ohurchi.i, who j
la now In tha divorce com t. A siter
la the rrineoaa of Pita.
The tVeStmlnsti ra have two ch dren.
I.ady Ursula Oroavenori eleven yeara i
old, and Lady Xlar. tine yeara old. I
Of late the Duk. Playing the tola of ;
man of tainlly and Injured blUbaBd, '
has pubjflct) walked about London ua I
Hit Two Trolleys,
Vpaet Fruit Wagon.
A Inn a Ffc Wagon.
Crashed Into l'"ence.
BIQ STURGEON IN SHAD NET.
2 Miles of Panic.
eaiid I'l ntshlri
, el b9
v tr.M mm
V . if
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i i & i 1
ii.,; vri ii
Frightened Horse Makes Wild
Dash and i. eaves Trail of
'Marriage Only in Its Infancy," Write "Charles
E""l Don't Believe in Wedding on Less than
$25 a Week," Says "F. B. S." Who Live on $16.
'A Young Man Who Can't Keep a Wife in Comfort
Should Stay Single and Live Comfortably Him
self on His Salary" Declares "E. D. R. W"
By Mxola Greeley-Smtth.
"J do not believe In marriage on lega than 125 a week. This la an
age of big financial opportunities, and a woman cannot have tbe proper
amount of respect for a man who cannot earn that much at leaat. Frankly,
I abould be aabamed to tell any ol
my family or frlenda Just what my
Income In. I look happy and con
tented, but am not alwaya so, (or
the constant figuring of ways and
means gets upon the nerves In
This Is the concluding paragraph
of letter written by a young wife
who manages a household which In
cludes a child on 116 a week and
who undertakes to give the formula
for domestic happiness. Perhaps
there should be a minimum wage
for marriage, but 1 can't placa any
more faith In it than In the recently
exploited theory that a minimum
wage Is necessary to Insure the
morality of working women. There
are numberless happy families to
whom $25 a week would represent
Ungttalntb'o luxury. There ae others who cannot purchase escape from
misery with $11 a minute. Iu my opinion, money bears no more direct
relation to happiness than it does to ahorals
Tbere appears to be an aafor-
The aristocratic p " have keen a i li
sted In reallt) i ,r to yaart. Paring
that t me tic name of tne Duke nan
beefl linked notoriously with that ot
urUe .M.iiar, a Ualet) Theatre actress,
AROUSED BY PHOTOGRAPH OF
DUCHESS AND SKATtH.
Souk month' ago the final break came
whon photographs of the Duobeag skat
ing and toboganntng with Keiix Locher,
a Swiss proftssional akater, were puo
llabcd Ths l' Iks was lurluua. He lived
fiUfOts u ',l1 -fe and gava Her
a house .i. I.-1 idon and one iu Kliniahlre
tand 'I'1 Its swa through with her.
Tne Duke is a sporting enthusiast, be-
tne an SSPStal devotee ! p.do. He I
gattaonul!) paying tha expenses of the!
ling Stl le.i ii "";. oi .Aoiei- jtt
uaniiiin the i
to d i VMtll
0tt ("l the
'.lie li id much
The DUfcs Ol
in aaid 1
reported an (aged to Miss
Tnwin-od of Uush.iuton an
tuaate tendency among women to
gauge men aolely by tbelr earning
capacity. "This is Kg age of big
financial opportunities" for the few
men spocially equipped for selling
them. But one does not have to lies
very long to realise that the Tlo-
tory la not always to tbe strong, ,
tbe laurel to tbe dedicated poet.
To day there nre just i many mute, f
Inalnelnua Milton.- and CfOHIWOtlg
guiltless or their country's biooo us
when Ora) stood in a country chur-li-yard
and pondered the Inaorutable in
qUOlltlea of life. And toe Milton
whose "Paradise i.obi' remains un-
auna, the CTOIUWtll who never becomes
Lord Protector must mkrry, naverthe
lea , .hi. i should nave thai primal
necessity of every man a wife who
believes ill hlWI.
THAN TALENT NECES
SARY TO SUCCESS.
men and women of real talent
UCCeed 111 the Worldly sense be-
!hau talent is neuesaary to
' ' Mil,.
The race, la faot, is an cnstacie
All.:., who in charged In j rilc,. ne may ride ruthleasly oeer
oivorco iu.i, , i'lcjj
and a des SMdant of an I
He wa ooru iu Madrid '
e or six yetu ago wae
M i : uilde
TbomM LI i
IniiuiaU friend of Sir
It. lion l.oKos oi lo lie lleixii-fa.il.
SAN I'lt' .s Ui Cal., May S Kdna
1,0 r i an Wi li ,! u o haH gctrvaa,
'who receutlj is urrvatad e an nude
;alra.i!" alien, not oa deported Her
lyaieasa e. .is ordered when ll was deter-
anhv.d that she ,s the legal.;. Wedded
v.ifc ..r lurry rtheinstrom, on ot a cin
NEW YORK CITY IS
THE BRIDES' PARADISE.
tha obstacles if one has a Tory
arrant talent and a eery great be
lief in it, or one may dodge around
or under them, may taws here aad
truckle tbere, swaUow insults aa U
tbey were bits of terrapin and ex
ude Battery like a sugar maple la
The tlisi way ' long ""d no! iHipu sr.
the second is fglrll thronged, with pel
sous some ot whon. dexpltS all thl
..n... ! neier raaah the g..a.. But many
persons of ability never even get s Start
becauiH Ihey have nol and cannot .le-j
veiop the luiit.ng nualliy "f iuccoss,
yet ire 100 scrupulous to follow tue de
vious way of h man 01 woman with I
the self-adjusting conscience nd thsl
rubber SPlnc. Mo woman who has not j
taken part In the struggle herself Bail
any appreciation or realisation of the
ufli....it!a. it.e dlaannolntments. the des- 1
A real ottlce boy char,, ter I. "Hill," j 'alr" "at VVn'tl
hy Haul Weal, a HOW scries oi Short I of making a living. H is uiilatr for a:
SlOripa w gins In next Hunday'alwtfS to believe and ) "a woman can-.
World Mugaullie, 'Ol should read! not hae the prOPOl amount of respect i
"Bill." Among oiiiur intsrsstlng ! for g man who cannot make fcff. a week." I
article age: Money is a good enough medium for ea-1
Ma te 17.1 '" bUn'tOfTl ..al . " Wf f
n nil other big game " ural"' endurance, courage, even We
7 Pvath duels between inse ta enlarged I plastic spine that suceeede without thejn.
by means nl Ihs moving ploturO I TOqairs more complex appraisal,
gamer al a iilli Willi Curator Dltnwal The writer of the following letter
of the New fork Zoological Oardena in ! lnould oouni heraeit a nappy woman
the Bronx. , There la no daub! that she ll an intelli-
have . , ,
tiielr1 Be"t J" ''a-P"'8 0801
HER TROUBLES ARE ALL FINAN
Dear Madam: May I tell you how
Ito-ton "Bluebloods" win
inai i e.i in toe uioor "el" und
n-w Vork I- '!' Brides' Paradlsol
last veer S.Ooo men married women
older than themaelves and two thirds
or ih. gitis who marry are golfauuj
Another inelaloient of "I'lu- Lost Mil
lion,' a Story of mystery, love and ad- 1
A wags ot musi . mat uperatlc i
Ttag," music by Newton AlexatiKlayr.
rny nusiiand and I llnd happiness on
llti a sfMkT 1 mi not a cave dwell
er. 1 avail m: self of every modern
convenience. .My four ronm Bronx
apartment Is equ.pped with all the
can he male simple IT one !s not
loo fussy. 1 am twent..-fUe yea. a of
nge, look taenty. and have been mar
ried seven years. I make almost a'l
the clothes my child and I wear, !
do ail my own hnnaework. hut you
would n-.'er th'tta so Some little
leisure time Is spent In keeping my
hands soft, na'is polish.' 1, and other
wise grnonttng rnelf within an Inch
of my life.
M: one sxtravaganes is a smarfi
correctly tn lored sud, which 1 "t
once a year. II. its. blouses, dresses,
rt-t,'., I ach'eve heautlf ul'y Cor a song,
ap l t.. nicer me making a mad rush
for hs bargain remnants one would
think: What a spoiled darling of
foi i .mi spending u Indulgent hue.
hard's . ash!
i r.-.i.i ontonalvoty, s. g ail p.
th istrloul successes for my little S0i .
believe In the cauas and would t iovs
all things like to he a hiking a.lf
frag. '.te. could I spare the time In
deed. I live tn the hope that 1 may
some on;, oe a crafty old ward lead
er so as to establish t.ie fortune that
mi husoand never will.
Nrverthou is, l do Ml bells vs In
marriage on ls t ian i s week,
aa a general tiling. This it an age
of big Bnanelgl opportunities, and a
woman cannot have the proper
amount of respect for a man whj
cannot earn that mu.'h H ' least
Prankly, 1 snould be aslnmed til tell
any of my family or frlenda juat
what my Income i 1 look hgppy
and ontenled, hut am riot always ao,
for the ro'iatant llguring of wa a and
means g-t upon tne nerves In time.
r. it s
MEN SHOULD NOT MARRY TILL
THEY CAN AFFORD TO.
Deaf -'lada.n There would he inoic
bgpplnsso In marlage If young man
sailed till they could auppui a
Wife o(oie undertaking that n
gponsiblllty. Hy mpportlng a wife i
do not mean living In one toon
which costa ; a month and existing
from hai.J to mouth. Rather, tne
jouug man atiould s.a ' single und
live comfortably on his salary. A
girls parents should Inveailgue
thoioughlv the means of the soung
man oefoie tney consent to the mai-
rlase. Thoy shouii see that enoii
daughtsi win oe well provided tor
and ia gbla to have as good a ho n
ss she has left, Then -and no! until
then is there tiapplnes in marriage.
K D It g,
REAL HAPPINESS DUE IN 1,000
YEARS FROM NOW.
Ilea- Madam -Marriage is one of
the g.satefl bless'ng.. bestowed
upon humanity. It la the founda
tion of motherhood, love, home, fire
side nu, I friendship. But mail lage
la 001) in .'.s i'l'auey, as the corsis
build in" rests m the tottoni o(
the aeagn and ..ass continually up
waid for ages .o f faOk the a,.;. 'ace.
Om Uouiaod jreaca froaa now.
wnen we win be more human, there
will be real marriages and happi
ness, when we Will have acquired
eflelontg and knowledge to be well-
Since we are not perfect, and our
marriages are not all happiness to
day, In the long run nature gives
a cup of happiness and Joy In ex
change for every cup of tolerance
"As a man thtnketh, so he Is." t
w.ah to express my honeat thought'
On my marriage. My wife does not
"own" mSi and I do nol "own" my
wife There la n slavery or
lyrannyi hut equality in my home.
We nave ben freely i partnership
for the last Slaleon years for the
g.m.l and we faie of each other, nnd
do nol desire to part, our marriage
la a guCOSSS. "ll fcltteM
MARSHALL ANSWERS HARVEY
MRS. WHITMAN, PROGRESSIVE
Her lam Ha ore. on a Hull Woo.e
The name of Mrs Charles st. Whit-
I man appears In a Hat of prominent
I WOmOn w ho comprise a committee to
arrange for a matinee Iu aid of the
Progressive party at the Century The-
A horse attached to a wagon of tne
PagJM Dyesng and Cleaning Cnmpanv at
Xo. I!0 8oiith Klghth street was
frightened when a tin ggg was kicked
under :ta noae by a small boy In front
rtf the establishment tolsv The horse
Pag for two miles tbrnuarh Wl llanishnrg
Morris Cohen of No ' Sh. ITIeld street
gfsjg knOOwOd down at the animal s Orst
jump and iece ve.1 a a, alp wound
fl.dng through Hedfoi.l aienue. the
wagon hit a Broadway cur and was
pattly wrecked, breaking several win
dowo of the car. but harming nolmd
What was left of the wagon struck
aiasaiinwa ear at Booth IVarth streel
The dashboard uf the car was bent, but j
again there were no Injuries.
At Oraud street the runaway over
t uned a fruit wagon and there wns a
mall riot of youthful looters. A fish
eHgon tipped on end at North BeCOWd j
alieet furnished entei lalnment anil
profit for older persons and woe for
The horse turned through RewMlM
street to North Klxth gtfgOt Slid
rreVOkOd Into Ihe fsnOO of the home oi
Ml hael Dslt.i at No W, DottO with
his utile ehlHren, Joosph ami Mamie.
were coming out of the liaseinent door.
They were bruined and cut by sp'lntera
trisn ihe fen. e Tne boras became tan
gled wltti the fell. e pickets and fell, and
PoHeeman itoai prompt I) sat on 'is
It I -1 lit 1 1 help i .1 Nil
ntre nexl Prlday. roiiti. inns profaoa
to see lti this an Indication thai lla-
I 1 1 ict-Attorney Whitman has received
friendly assurances of support from the
Pi Ugl OOSl VI leaders Ihst may help him
materially should he become a enndl
iatg for the Mayoralty.
Mis William A. FTOndergBSt Mrs.
W. Ilourke t'ockran. Mrs. HoiiglHS Hub
liuion, Mrs. Theodore Itoosewlt. Mrs
Thomas lilt h.ock anil Mrs Timothy
I.. Woodruff are also members of Ihe
Many prominent artists as well as
the Italian Comlfl OpOfg Company will
ai.peur at the matinee.
tllhrrniaa Lends Hnestee Welak
Iwaj SJOU reaiads.
tatwrer John laary. who Is making a
fight for the ehsd flatiernrMtn on the
North Hlver. telephoned the following
tn Mayor rtavnnr'a secretary, Robert
Adammn, tn-dsv al the City Hall:
' P. had flshermsn Monroe, hauling In
liia nets this morning, found an Im
mense sturgeon raiisiht tn the m hea
Monroe Uvea on the bank of the Mud
a oi. oppoalte V .nkers. and his gh id nta
estended lain fet Into the rler from
ths westerly ahore. lie called m as
aistant and both men etrugled with tb
sturgeon for fully an hour before It waa
tii. 1 1 v dragged ashore and killed. Th
tdg fleh weighed Mi pounds. It waa I
shipped te a Bah market a
Pulton street, where 4t fa
exhibition. FlahecmeW eay that tl lo
first time la years Maat a al
been take as far emsth la the
aUmuUtea tha liver
VBa OOM0T I PaVTtOOL
FUR STORAGE RetnonVlhnc and RepanHtag
PHONE I 2 34 GREELEY
FIFTH AVENUE At Thirty-Fifth Street
Young Men's, Youths' and Boys
M aUTJl VOOVO 1VUUVVU fg4
nr o.i i
m u-rnurruw, ouiuraay wm
Blue Sorgo with Tents.
;il tn :! i liest measure 16.50 to 2550
Patio Ml starts); - or S-piwai.
Ba 10 H'.l cheat mngeure 16.50 to 26.50
Blue Sergf witli Hun white stripe.
84 t" 31) chest BIBB BQ 10 2250
White Fliiniiel with fine strips
limy Flannel vtith line stripe
6.50 to 7.00
4.50 to 5.00
1.75 to 250
5.25 to 750
Norfolk jat-kei fttld plum co it miels;
in iifonn ami lancy tun t ra-n.
with Bloixe pnnt
In fine hrnwn and white
Pin Check, gray or t in Lin n 5.75 to 6.25
In Khaki 4.00 to 5.2&
Mnckintonhe with Raglan shouldtra,
in tan, hrown or hlue 11,50 tO 1550
K ihlier Coals. Tan 5.00
Huhher Coats, Black 275
lilt. llaeU on
tenement of lite
WABHIKC1TOX. May - Vi e-l'tesi-'
deni Marshall to-da replied 10 ' ot.
(Isorge Harvey's statement that his re
i nil public site" lies wi re meant to ini lte
the "predatory poor,"
"if anybody will produee public ut
teraaoa o. mine advocating the curtail"
' men! or distribution of honest wealt i n
i epi by ,1 ralr Inherltaggio t" 1 "in M
'to Wall s.i ei I nnd personally apoloKixe,
' -nt. t Mr. Marahall. "In the .nurse of a
lotiK professional . steer I have lenrned i
i that tne wllnesa who had knowledge Of
, fraud Invariably Kid mad when he was
Intort'ogatad as to tne fro ' "
Amttiig other itii.ite toi, liarvey was
reported as saying last nlaht at a lull
one. of ottlclala of trust rompaniel i
Ihi Wsldorf-Astnrla in Moo Vnrk, when
.e gnswerad stHleuient of Mr. Marshall,
v. ere thees :
"Obviously, to Mr. Mat shall' m .id.
I hers are hut two dlollact elaao I
humankind, tine tie depicts as the
'thoughtleaa rb-ti;' the other, praeiima
lily, Ig the 'thoughtful poor.' Whs' do
Mr. Mur- ia!t want US t,0B),0U0 of thought-
les . w rerkers to do? Wherein hv
. 1 1 red or tats a- t.. dooervg re
buke oi retUlr a warning?
"Kaperlsncs, gentlemen, i tUlta aa
good a schooliiiaotsr gj . welt, as
Vi.e-i'realilent. gnywai vnl I am on-
ndent that it ts onlj iiuestton of time
w.ien Mr. Marrhill ivlll dlscovef tltn
the chief sj suing t i country tavilg
lies ni.l so RjtUoh III the a llvllleg ilf lie
prodjatory Hoh as in n itcinent or ti.e
f l l i
Latest Crepe de Chines
(aitdul Ma..lina tillt.
oiii.i ii.il iiiv3Janov Jim.'
Rich, Clinging Charmeuse
$15, $20 and $25 Values
The attractiveness of these superlatively
beautiful street, afternoon and evening drcse
cannot be excelled. They come in
King Blue Nell Rose White
Copenhagen Corn Color
Tin-effects are principally of goft, I
rich drapings, with elaborate trim- t
roings of lace and ribbons, heightened
by lines that are principally of Paris.
A suitable gown for every
The price of $10 would barely rep ,
resent the actual manufacturing cost,
if assembled to-day ; and if told at up
town atores would cost $ 15, $20 & $25.
SAUl 17 ALL K)l 'H STORES
148 Roys' Sailor Suits
Eton and Sailor Collar Models
In summer weight mixed cheviots, just the
wanted suits lor cool days in the mountains
or country. Hroken lots. 5 to 10 years.
Formerly up to $10.50
14 16 WEST 1 4 " STREET ;EW QRh
40-sb2 t'ulton Street Brook,
U5-S.il Broad Street Newark. N 1
Market end 12th St. Philadelf.
Ju I; or t (imp COfBifl Mtkd
bfhini piuinLing sivi all hpots thai
cant be reached by tbe M rubbing
brum should be (reefy ipnnk'rd with
a lolu'ion of
coleiif i ui .-. wkM in Uj
troys lout n on nog IS gsisi anu
diees'e grin ll, W'lieii ilil iteo with leu
psiti of water lor hen hoi ' ui". it
iott les than irr'. a a 'srt . Sold
jvcrywhere. H ,okl. 'it1' valuablt
inlor-i at .on and amp. hottir senl
(ret. Add.-rn Henry B. I'latt. So'r
ManuiMluitr. 42 CliM St.. New York.
Fran ken. Stein berg
54 to 58 Watt 23d St.
A Very Important Sale Saturday
400 Most Fashionable
Silk or Cloth Coats & Wraps
Newest "Sport" Coats 6.95
Rich Moire Coats 9.75
Beautiful Eponge Coats 12.75
Eleyanl Charmeuse Coats 19.75
I make it
I know how to make it
I have made it for yeara
I sell it
I sell lots of it
I am glad that I make it
1 am glad that I sell it
You will be glad that I make it
You will be glad that I sell it
If you use it
IT IS A GRATIFYING
AND SATISFYING RELISH
10c per Bottle
Grocers don't keep it They sell it
Mad by E. PRITCHARD
331 Spring Stroe-t New York