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Pron against Fa] .tl?OrT?l*1'' [Of *'*:;<* "5 Des< ' Con r?'i in action ttion B >t!i y, ? ? - ' h pi ? ? ?. ... I us will b c o th ? . " i ?? ? - . .:? ? ' . n went ? l j i ?igh : ' Bol nee ? : ? r Mi?s ; ? ?? I r.. r: ' ' n what at ;; t_ve but they will be ; ? to th - m ? "? n nr. in con trad ? ' " i 1 as had bei . be out of town yesterday. Tin* heavy iron do r ol ? ?' at 20 West Scventy ? as gingerly opened to tors, ' the non-committal state was not in was rc lin. Mr. Tellegen ? ' infold to be motor ng in try. At the Ritz-Carl ton ho was declared to be "resting." Quick Impulses i am unc? mi : i F the break be? iger and her husband has 11 rough personal 01 " f the causes of friction that h cparated the pair. They a?jre described by intimates as ? ? : ? atally compatible, but ; in tl ?' impulses and prone to i 'he fact that the hand -!"?? '-il-. Tellegen swerved from ro? mantic to other plays was taken by ion that his wife bear to see him making love " :' i tage. There ever w, any quosl ion of his object ? tic r?les, however It was recalled by i nil ? : erday that in 1916 she rico Caruso so severely ??? ,:? :? - '.he part of (l?rmen that ? reproved her for it by saying: "Please remember, madam, that you are not in the movie-;, but in the Mctro ? i Opera House." "Well, if you don't like my Carmen ? get ! ibody else to play it," ? the pri mpt ly '? p ??>; i; we wouldn't think of t!oin;r " ? : Caru ?o. "We can preven? . ... luch seen? s by gi tting h p Don ?'" two weeks njro T\Ii.-is aid to be choosing Spanish foi .i plr.y for which Mr. Tellegen n rehearsing at Lone; Beach ppeared in Augustus Thomas's p ; . "The Blue Devil." This did not ? an extended run. The three last in which husband and wife red were "The World and Its Woman," "Flame of the Desert" and ? PulDit." Holland Trip Delayed ag both contemplated a trip d to meet Mr. Tellegen's fam? ily. His mother fell ili, however, and oyage was postponed. Mr. Tel personal belongings still are at ;Vi West Seventy-fourth Street. Miss Farrar is said to be in an in it frame of mind over the whole pi ?ceeding. When a dramatic paper hinted a year ago that there were dif? ferences in their home. Mr. Tellegen sued for $50,000 damages. And Miss Farrar gavo out the following stato ment; "Lou and I are exact opposites. He iristocrat. Ii>? is elegant, proud, bu1 repressed in manner. I . ? the rev rse, I am a plebeian, - onstrative and all that. mari ed it was agreed that ?ne, and what is i have always been the squabbling over J ' ions. In these : ? : I husband and wi fe . re coi there is no ' r it. arrangement hr.s always been this: I pay all my own expenses out ? : own pocket. Lou does the same The choicest leaf alone U blended to perfecnon in GOLD LABEL TEA O? the superb qurlities that ws produce this GOLD LABEL standard is ihe finest. It is "rare vintage" tea and delights the most epicurean. $1.00 a novmd. il Announcement ?and a Tribute to who made Uptown New York | he Mercantile Trust Company announces the : melting of its uptown banking rooms at 45th Street and Madison Avenue, With the announcement of this important develop? ment', this company desires publicly to express an appreciation of those leaders in business who, through yean: past, have made uptown New York their ever? lasting debtor: The Mercantile here pays tribute to those men of vision?those men of courage?those men burdened with responsibility?who pinned nrfaith to the business possibilities of uptown York and gave to the development of this section their utmost of energy and talent. Look upon these great piles of masonry which line the What are they? To the unseeing eye they are buildings, and nothing more. those with the understanding mind they are monuments to a living force which has made of uptown ?. York one great city within another?a marvel for ; i! time. wepay tribute. May we serve as they have served. Mombw of '< I V. ' , VI 5 BROADWAY UPTOWN OFFICE: 45th Street at Madison Avenue UiOIUH'.N BUILDING) Discord Breaks Up Their "Perfect Marriage" 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lou Te?legen (G?raldine Farrar) in Their Home All seemingly was harmony and happiness when the picture v/as I taken. Now, the actor is taking steps to obtain a separation, charging ! that his wife locked him out of the house. The prima donna's jealousy and devotion to her art in preference to motherhood are said to be factors in the break. with his. Only one experte we settle | jointly nnd that is the cost of the nc- I timl running of the household. Each ! week we pay the. household bills fifty fifty. But if 1 want a now automobile, or a new dress, or go to the theater, or hire a new maid, that ?11 comes out of my pocket. With Lou it is the same." Her Views Made After speaking prophetically, she added: "If we ever are divorced, and wo must all look forward to such a pos? sibility in these modern times, there will be no quarreling over alimony, No, it will be a parting, that is all." Miss Farrar in other remarks put re? sponsibility for domestic harmony largely on the man when one of the pair is a singer. She said: "To my mind, the employment of ti e singing organ is so delicately artilici.nl and overstimulating that, the question of dual harmony devolves more upon the understanding and forbearance of the man-mate thwn the woman, in tin? case of necessary tranquility and happy companionship where the woman is the professional gifted one, or shares a musical profession in common with her husband or artist companion. "Each woman will doubtless handle the problem of 'Love Triumphant Ver? sus Success1 as her individual needs and instincts order her, but 1 am rather inclined to believe that, in the end, nature herself will have much to say regarding this matter and keep her, for all her artistic and proie3 sinal peregrinations, moro or less an adjunct to some male partner as we are bound to believe the Creator intended." U. S. Employees' Convention rTo Back Civil Service Reform From The Tribune'? Washington Hurrau. WASHINGTON, Aug. 7. Govern? ment employees from all over the United States will attend the fifth an? nual convention of the National Fed? eration of Federal Employees at New Orleans, September 12-?6, according to an announcement made today at the headquarters of the federation, This organization is composed of govern menl employees in every field from charwomen and laborers to members of 'he professions and eminent sci cn1 st and it reaches into every state and territory. ["he outstanding feature of the Fed? eral program is its campaign for the Lehlbach-Sterling bills, which provide for reclassification of the entire Civil Service on a strictly merit, basis, the elimination of politics from appoint? ments >hm1 promotions and n standard? ized pay scale fixed according to the skill and training required for the job. The salary scale now in effect is based on standards of 1854. Shoots Woman And Self at Her Home on Drive! (Continued (rom uao.! onel apartment when someone approached ' her. She ran across the street, but when she recognized McCarthy, she stopped and said: "Well, what do you want?" Without a word she says ." ? rth;. began firing. She fell stru :k b; shots and he turned the gun en him? self, falling near her. Miss Caswell corroborates the state? ment that'Mrs. Knur was in the 112th Street apartment net;! after L o'cl? :k in the morning. Miss Ca w? 11 d he usually accompanied Mrs. Kruer part way home, but did not do o ; esterday. After th?> shooting a worn m's scream aroused the residents of the : irtment house. Colored attendent . the halls of the Hendrik Hudson ru :ro the street and, recognizing Mrs. Kruer, telephoned to her apartment. Mr. Kru? er, arouse?;, rushed to the side ? stricken wife and she was carried into ? the lobby of the Hendrik Hudson while the hall hoys summoned a cab. Sh<> assured her husband she was not seri? ously injured and asked: "Do you think this wound on my che.-k will leave a permanent scar?" Detectives said that two young wom? en, Carolyn Kunkler and ?rla Frazer, both of l?t West 174th Street, wit? nessed the shooting, liiiii; are reported :o be Btrangers to McCarthy and Mrs. Kruer. A' St. Luke's Hospital information was refused by doctors ;?? nurs? who would say only that Vira. Kruer was not. dangerously hurt. In McCarthy's pock''' the police found three .38 caliber hui'",-. Phi - ?lid not. fit the .32 caliber revoh which he. did the shooting. Miss Caswell s'aid she ? ! i ? ? not 1 now McCarthy or anything concerning his acquaintance with Mrs. Kruer, The police said Mrs. Kruer did not. say un der what circumstances she had first met McCarthy, nor the circumstances of their later meetings. She would only say that he had annoyed her and that she dad repulsed him repeatedly until a year ap;o, when she saw him lust. To Rehearse "The Her? ?Manager Harris This Week Gets Kcnii'v for Its Reappearance Rehearsa Is will begin thi Sam Harris's production of Gilbert ? Emery's play "The fiero." Richard i Bennett will be the feal ured mbei I of .the cast and Robert Ames wi : : the r?le he created when the plaj was presented last spring at special matinee performances at the Longacre "Theater, Mr, Harris said that an erroneous impression had prevailed that his withdrawal of "The Hero" last spring after four matinee performances ndi i caled that the play -vas to be shelved. "As a matt'M' of fact," said Mr. H: r ris, "!!:<? four special matinee perform? ances of 'The Hero' were rewarded ?with such enthusiasm thai I felt the play was too valuable a piece of prep erty to be confined to matinee pres? entation. Immediately alter the open? ing matinee I began negotiations for a ! heater in which to house 'The Hero.' Within three weeks the play will begin a brief out-of-town tour and it will open iu Nfew Y?>rV al the Belmont Theater en Labor Way." '?.?? itrric : < i M .> pEvcry Fancy-Fabric Three-Piece"! [$65 and $60 Suit In Our Stockj $45 Suits ...... now $36*50 $50 Suits.now $42*50 $5$ Suits.ncno $45*50 $75 and $70 Suits . now $59*50 ?\(o Charge For ^Alterations If Inquired ? ' ON SALE AT THESE THREE JOHN DAVID SHOPS Tacing Greeley Square ? Broadway at 32nd Street In the Times Square Section ?125 and 127 IVest 42nd Street In the Borough of Brooklyn ? Court Street corner Montague j|>y _"LH -; ana Ke built lies lor sale by new car dealers will be found on Page 9 o? To-day's New York Tribune These special announcements appear every Monday?Wednesday?Friday Sheriff to Let Governor ?*/Iake Plans for Arrest Attorneys Say SmalJ, by Going to Court, Will Hurt Chance for Change of Venue Special Dispatch to Tin- Tribuns CHICAGO, Aug.. 7.-If Governor Ben Small, who has expressed his intention of returnng to Springfield, Tuesday, '' Sheriff Henry Mester has been ' waiting for three weeks with warrants t t he Gov( rnor's arresl i n c ? ?? ? rnbezzling S2,000,000 i f taxpla; r ?' iv, ntt? ?-: pi - ' o .V ? . . change i venue before first going through the : formality ci submitting to arrest he is ?likely to be disappointed. [t has been reported that the Gov? ernor plans to ignore the sheriff with ? 1.71 I ' pi ?;-..- in court tit" .'? trial in some ether county. But, in the F this w .:. ' - r : change of v< .1 ?? >i - at. s a submission to the jui .1 the court which is pi -lie same as - pi r\ ed wil h d w arri I Whether the Governor will mn appointment with the Shi riff an . him If- read the warrants to ' whether he plans to d ties ami resist arrest could 1 I '.-? termined. It is certain will do nothing to embarrass Mr. Small. When told of the Governor's plan to return to Springfield jon Tuesday, the She-.'::f said that !*.?* was not ?oi:ig to :n to meet him nor in any way attempt t ? interfere with his move ments. \\ anderer Says Mr?. Ryan Erra CHICAGO, Aug. 6.?Edward Joseph Kyan was not the "ragged stranger" for who--:- >n':r<i?'i Car} Wai awaits execution, Wanderer said to Ryan's photo '??' Kyan declared posi : ' rday that she had id? i ??:??? " ,'s her son. ?^ i cannot s pp public opinion You cannot sec the Law of Gravitation, yet it controls every action of your life. You cannot see Public Opinion, but you are influenced by its force every hour of the day. 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