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TTTESbA?, XY -II, 1111
PRISON SENTENCE LOCATES MURDER WALL STREET.
IS DEMANDED FOR
IN POLICE COURT
Duvcen Brothers, Here From
Abroad, PleaJ Guilty and
Hope for Fine.
Penalty is delayed.
Accused Man, Denying Iden
tity, Sits in Crowd, But
I Elective "Spots" Him.
Judpe Martin, in United States
Court, Releases Men on
Bail Till To-Monw.
alftsr IfMiry J. DuVtM anil rtsn
Jamln J riuvrsp, re Tontlnn UM fn
mous Arm of Duvcen Brothtrs, Fifth
Vfnue art daalart, had jilea.iivi guilty
to imii(rllnc tn-1n In United Slatss
Court, a, passlonntr di-manil fir tirlaon
Bunlshmrnt til mnlr ly IH1rlc t-At-tornsy
llrnry A. Wise. John II. Slanrli
slrl. sttornsy for 'ho confessed
wlnillrrs, urirrd morry on behalf of
bit two shamr-fn-fd and nervous
ellsr.ts, any.nf thsy had already suf
ftrsd heavily In purae an I health for
their off.'nfea arT.ilnst tHe rustums law.
Jmine Martin of Vermont, sitting In
the rae, pnstpme.l tie InlUttkM of
tntencei until to-morrow, taylQf he
dssln-d an opportunity to confer with
his New York associates, .l ist aa he did
tfier the trial of Mrs Itoherla Menses
Corwln Hill, who went to the Tomha
ftr a two-day term.
In the mean time. In nrler to spairs
them the Ignominy of 1e!np locked up ,
over nlaht. Judge Martin permitted the
brother temporarily to lt!idraw their
la'.-' plea and In It (tend substitute
the original plea Of not guilty. The
bonds 17b, 000 for eiei-were continued
until 10 o'clock in the morning.
The Kngllah DttYOOM came back
rattier unexpectedly from Iondon yes
terday. The reildent DuveetU Lottta
J. and Joseph J pUndid giillly aome
time ugo and were fined 110. oom each.
In addition the firm haa paid hark to
the Government a total of lt,l.ono aa
reatltutlon for dutlea on anthiuea and
works of art which were brought Into
the country eland eetlncty or under
Both Agitated In Court.
The tw o new comet a plainly hoped
to escap. with flnea alao when they
appeared III court to-day, although both
Were noticeably 111 at eaae Henry,
Who la alxty years old, could hardly
maater hit agitation, Uetiliimln, WbO
baa Ju.t turned thirty and who In np
peariinre la the typical Kngllah dandy,
tin" eomewhat calmer.
The clerk rend the teat Indictment
talnat the palr-n Indictment chart
ing a conspiracy to defraud the L'nlted
Btatea by the aecret Importation of three
vaJuible vase In UOt, Through Mr.
tanchdeld both men admitted guilt. A
splritil tilt between the lawyerr fol
lowed. Mr. HUinchnold laid bit cllenta hnd
been given to uriuVi'Miiti I wl.en they
paid the hcovy penaltlet Impoatd by the
Department of Juallce thut thorn would
be no crlmlnul pfOBeclatlon. Mr. Wlae
Jump- I up and hotly denied that he had
ever entered Itilo any tilth agrc inent.
After a wrangle over thla point the at
torney -for the men pro ceded to make
an extended argument to the erfect that
the Dvvttni should bo let go upon the
payment of fine aa In the Intttnotl of
H J. Duveen in Bad Health.
He said that an a reault of nervous
collapse following his arret t Henry J.
Duveen waa In such a atate of health
that even a abort term of Imprlaonment
might endanger his life. In fact, a spec
lallet who had been treating Duveen on
the other aide warned his patient that
the ocean trip and the ex ilement In
court might produce serious effecta
As for the younger defendant. Mr.
Btanchneld pointed out that he had
be ne a partner only llirco montiia
before the date of the offense act furth
In the charge.
"I deny that there are moral, ethical
or logical reasons why I should not de
mand that these swindlers go to jail,"
aald Mr. Wise, "ily their own udmls
Blons these two British subjects have
been for years systematically engaged
In a p. t to idefruud by means of per
Jur,y theft anil evasion the country
Which gave them protection. What
they Paid back was only a small part
Of what they had robbed this Govern
ment of. They deserve no mercy on
that evecount. The older one waa ac
tually expening that he would be
knlelhted at the coronaa luri next month.
Fines Mean Nothing.
'The eat. of health of "tie of them
end the youth of tlie other are mat ex-cus-
-- either. Any fliw which may be
infUoteal would mean nothing to men
Of their wealth. Tlies-e never wane
tneaner or mora contemptible anvugglera
1lt n irtea iMvrntia and Jail la wiiere
they rttfht'.y belong."
He died one cue,' where Iw aald the
Duvoens !moTted u Louil XVI cabinet,
railing It manufactured wood, and neg
lOctlng to diiare a great hoixto of uj
snoett prl.tslnsa uapastriesi Khloh were
bddon Inside It. S.me of Uieae taps
tries, he added, :. adorn ties home of
HVi Mr. Wise had ended. Judge Mar
tin deferred Ma Jiadarma-nt an.l the I Mi
Tee na, with their lawyer, hurried out of
Mnrle Happollt Kails.
Marie Happold, the Metropolitan Opera
atnger, aalled for Berlin, Vienna and
Car lotted to-duy on the Kaiser WUhelm
der Groeae. r3e will elng at the first
two cities and take the cure at the
Bringa. he aald that she would re
turn In October to take up her operatlo
Work for the season. With her went
her daughter, a little mitt of eleven.
When the mother was asked to pooo
for a photograph, the little girl de
clined to make It a family group.
It will make mother appear too old."
Id the child to the intense amusement
tftfftttrttt Kempner. sttt'nt 1n the
Adsms Street poll e Court. Brooklyn,
to-day went out of his wav to give
Vltn Jenna. a swarthy young fellow,
with an a'r Of Injured InftOOMMbj every
opportunity to prove that he was not
the particular Vltn Jenna who l want
ed In ""ollnv11le, III , for kll In John
1st Blanrn last OOtObtf. I.a HsMOt
was shot down from ambush.
Jenna was arrested :it his home. Nn
241 North Klfth street. Brooklyn, on In
fromatlon furnished by the Illinois au
thorities, and I M'teet ive John TlMMfMM
from the Mlddlt West Klate Wat on
hand to Identify him The prisoner''
attorney said It wouldn't be fair to
have Thompson pick him out from a
line of prisoners Ml thought the mnn
should be given an opportunity to tak"
a sent among the spectators.
'That's a new Idea." ao'd the Magis
trate, 'but I'll agree to It. I'll give this
prisoner every opportunity to prove that
he's not the man wanted."
DttOOUvt Thompson was order d to
leave the vnrt-riorii and JtMIt was
brought in. lie was goM to pick out a
se.it any plnce In the ,-oom He srnll.-i
a smile of Inward entLsf.itlon and
slipped hNo a seat In the bacl row re
twissn two wom'n. The OOUrtfOOaH was
more thsn half ft Hist with spectators
wihiin ThomrpOOtl was call's! In. The
detective tooti t goei i-.ou around the
room, walked right up 10 JttMlt and put
Ms hand on his shoulder.
"Here he Is." he said.
"Bett a btOfft He," remons t rateil
Jeena as the gfnflt left 'his face. I wae
ii'".' een dci"i IVi inols."
The Majrlstrntc remanded him until
Thursday to give Thompson an oppor
tunity til gert bis requisition papers.
The fllfdl of Lat Blanca. tbl mutder.
ed man. decided on a little venge-ince
two weoks ao and killed Antonio Jenna,
who Is alleged (o be Vito'a brother The
police rounded up a doxen or more aus
pects end In the pocket of one of them
Wat found a telegram giving Jenna't ad
dress. It was this tip which n suited In
his arreist. He Is said to have disap
peared from Collrntrtllt Immediately
follonlng th killing 0( l,a Blanca.
"ons'derWe Irregularity wes experi
enced during the first hour of trading
thla morning. Beginning lower, the list
nienlfested a londoM v ti reoet on fur-
i ther eeiilng by profeaelonal traders
hteel eold down te M, but encountered
strong support el that level. OWier lesd
ers ;1eid.s fra. tlonaiiy. In oontraet to
e declining mirkft. the oopper group
stood out 00MBM le y. Amalgamated
rtise over 1 point on an tmpreaslve dla
plsv of strength
Whett 'options slightly lower on
f favorable rrop reporte
In. ressnd selling pressure was exerted
against prices during mid-day. Steel
ana made the target for the liquidation
Krom above so, tbt price dropped to "!.
Almost one point losses were sustained
In other active features. The weakness
was attributed to the activity of the
floor olotnent In realising on profits
tna.le on the bulft lust week.
Beginning lih the final hour, the
mnrket scored a percepllhle lmproe
ment. The list was nenr lop ranges
at the elos-
T ic fttturt of th" district was the
rapid advance of arc rl an TotJOCi 0 ' "
the curb. From below (. the sto-'k
soared to r.y the highest irlce at whl -h
the stock hat ever touched.
The ( losltia Pf lotl
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R. SIMPSON & CO.
143 West 42d St , near Broadway
Hroadway, cor 67th St.
Loans to any amount on
P1p,1k of Personal I'mperty.
l.arRf Jtock of Diamonil Jewelry
at Reduced Prictl
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
JAMES McGREERY X GO.
23rd Street 34th Street
On Wednesday, May the 94th
Easy to Restore Natural Color
of Your Hair by .Simple
Hitvt Ka Kiel
hern rinding m
(filTit erf Uir m rs
tiiatlntt t ti I n 1 t
iis-iiit the heir
ill tiTrrlra that
overturn nunr M
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hrm1r prln -t
thf im'iiril 'tUr it
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me i't t vhnt't tinr
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laair tweft an.l fl iff fttfi 1 m H
i ialUti- UiAL ) uut -'.a. tUlJ Ml
l i.r Uiifn lrm? lUir Itfvstoffer Is IjuUDtaUCOtH
In i' ttilrut antl miuirta lmt .. utioa t
rff1"rf thf nattursJ ixtltir fit ymir heir.
Tilt? IsMt :..rln : . It? It a 1 m41 It tf thftf
It in In tn dir. ajul SI 00, rtn b
nMalnH M Itikif'o. H-vmi'M ..r litmlifl WW.
tliiri. M In tit tnlH ftr-isftrtnvmt nf thf 1e, u-n
rlnif kiiil i!'-,'-!Tiwnt aftoTra tlinxuhirut the t'xri
JAMES McGREERY X CO.
a? J Street 34th street
UPHOLSTERY DKP'TS. In Both Store.
Vine Chintz, Taffeta, Shadow Warp
Prints and Cretonne in French and English
desiis and colors.
)n Wednesday and Thursday,
May the 24th and 25th
5,500 yards of 32 inch Cretonne including
many Liberty designs. Suitable for furniture
covers, summer draperiei and fancy work.
35c per yard
former price 5oc to 60c
Unen and Cretonne Slip Covers, Awnings
and Window Shades to order. Lace Curtains
and Draperies called for, cleaned and stored.
LACE CURTAIN DlvP'TS. In Both Stores.
Plain and Fancy Netting, Muslin and
Tissues for Summer home furnishing. At
very moderate prices.
On Wednesday, May the 24th
Several hundred pairs of Window Curtains
of various materials. .oo per pair
former price 3 00 to 3.75
Muslin Bed Sets in white or colors with
curtains to match.
TRUNK DEPARTMENTS, m Both store,.
On Wednesday, May the 24th
Dress Trunks, exclusive model, Duck
covered, hard fibre bound, Strapped with best
leather, hand-riveted, bronzed steel trim
mings, fitted with divided and dress trays.
Sizes J4, 36, 38 and 40 inches. 9.75
value 11 25 to IJ.SO
Steamer Trunks,- --duck covered, hard
fibre bound, strapped with best leather, hand
riveted, bronzed steel trimmings. Sizes 36,
38 and 40 inches. 7.50
value 8 7$ to 97$
Light weight Cane Dress Suit Cases with
reinforced corneri and insid pockets. Sizes
24 and j6 inches, 3.25 to 4.50
value 4.00 to $.50
JAMES McCREERY S CO.
e?3x Street 34th Street
SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS. In Both Storm
White Marquisette embroidered in Orien
tal colors White and Black, White and Coral,
White and Blue. 2.25 and 3.75
value 3 75 to 5.25
Hand-embroidered Imtiste. . ,2.50 to 4.75
value J.7J to 8.75
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR DTvPT S Both store,
A large stock of American Underclothing,
made of Cambric and Nainsook, trimmed
with dainty laces and embroideries. Various
Gowns 2.00, 2.25, 2.50 and 2.95
Drawers 95c, 1.25, 1.75 " 1.95
Chemises 1.50,1.75,1.05 " 2.25
Skirts 125, 1.50, 1.75 "
JUNIORS' SUIT DKP'TS. Both Storea.
Juniors' Dresses of Silk or Marquisette.
Sizes 14 and 16 years. n.oo
Juniors' Tub Dresses of Gingham, Cham
bray or Percale. Sizes 14 and 16 years.
2.95 to 4.95
Skirts of White Repp or Khaki. Length
34 to 37 inches. 2.95
WOMEN'S SUIT DEP'TS. In Both Store,.
Cotton Voile Dresses trimmed with
satin, lace yokes and cuffs. Two models. 9.75
Stripe Cotton Voile Dresses, embroidery
trimmed. Various colors. 11-50
Dotted Poulard Dresses with satin collar
and re vers 1 lace yoke and cuffs. Assorted
One piece Dr 1 Check Silk and
Collection of Tailor-made Suits in a
variety of materials. 18.50, 25.00 and 29.50
former prices 27.50, 37.50 and 40.00
A number of Dresses for Afternoon and
Evening wear in Chiffon, Marquisette and
Satin. 18.50, 25.00 and 32.50
former price 29.00 to 5; .00
TOILET GOODS DEP'TS. In Both Store,.
Down Path Puffs, with ribbon bow .... 35c
I'ink Complexion Chamois in transparent
sealed envelopes. 8c, 1 2c and 23c
Wool Pace Puffs 5c, 8c and 15c
Tourists' Cretonne Toilet Cases
45c and 65c
Riveris Talcum Powder 19c
Lustrite Nail Polish 15c
Dr. Levy's Nail Enamel 29c
Pure Castile Soap 3 lb. bars, 35c
Lyon's Tooth Powder 12c
Cuticura Soap 12c
A large and complete stock of Foreign and
Domestic Toilet Articles.
23 rd ttect
34 th street
Dainty Summer Dresses Made to Order, $2
Yo t pwchast ms'erials at our Wash Goods uJerarmenl, fl
We lake your cxjc measurements ana make your atess, Sl
guaranteeing a perfect it. (ha gwg you tor dressmaking
flC..av '.-WA. Wr- . .',-.aaofsajaaa. . Mm araaeuoaiaoajssataV'aatuaN
Two of Ihe tfn
SSa aasssisi.aasa. ,
SATIsrACTION CUsnsNTCtD OP MCr tv SB0fSTir eefVNBtt
M lJ U
v:'JL8 iv U U
W EST I- STREET
Ell II II
nn di U id a4-a( t from.
Genuine $1 Inlaid Linoleum
In ri;h parquet floor and granite patterns; 2 yard-. WtH
with color extending through to back; it sq. yard, ant
all vim want
Wiitl'sa-Ya-d Wirtt CorkLino!eutT rte t Engli h Enamelled No 1 Floor
in I ttiiklntly pretty hatttmti pmi Oilcloth
cork linoleum, XXX
qualttjr; I do. nrldt; ur
hutfl, oltlci .in-l prlvnt'
tin; r'cul irly upo
nil wldtlie; 111", Itunl
if itftriiri'-t floor at-
"ni, i rid 1 t w hart -it
le, ; Wi i ln II lay only,
Great Offering of
I mi th llkr rut.)
walti lit with
uli parti remov
al ii for i ifMinlni
purpoMi; i in.
li i arta ; loo eapMlty
ii ii n ii t lo I ha. ,
tin w KJti . M imp i
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s., -y in-in. h 1 a d
."l-lil ir n i it in i i -i i IMC OIL ITOTR
rull eablnat, wloklesi edei 0 QO
less in-i imekeletei sp. , i . . . alaaO
lU I ... II M.I.I. V I. tall '.Kll
VM mi KRL n i i li
ruiN i i:i si i KVt: lit' v .
I his special
mail osbEBs rnui
This Brass Bed
To-Morrow at $12.48
Instead of 318
. lid ' i . k J iM; Si'.-isat! ''lal viluf;
2-inch continuous1 poiti, uiuilvi
filli'rs, panel centre. solid
luiks an,i mounts: ail si
This 3-Piece Bed Outfit
Wednc dav at
(Excctly Like Cut
insists of a massive steel
Mid brass bed, continuous
P"vts, cast corners, woven
v. ire steel ipring and a co;n
binati. :i soft top mattress;
tl2t at. . a
S Ik Parasols
tadiat' and Misses
Shown in all the latest shades of silk
finished puplin with Drcidtfl or
Persian insertions; also white em
broldtrad llnonti 7, s and 10
ribbed or star framtt,
w -it It pretty maple
handles; valued at
$2; special to-mormw
mail oasERu rixi.r.s
i and 10
Sale!! Window Shades KSt
29c Opar.uo Shad.s, 17c
ltaa of It.-tt q-ia!.t
P .qt'e- nn I Mil
H (t ft. In tar t
Bi mm ins ; a . cdo
aitaiu : rmperftcl ; cot
piaia with c.trd.
mmi an l Tin
1 r 9 II rt
ti i .i riy .
43c Holland SharTes, ?.i,
d oualttv Ho.,
vowa. u iin.,
pn. olive, nil
bIkhIpj of Ian:
ii perit:t goo.ia; iz
.) u a I v f
b i a a 1 n i
1 1 r . ; 11
ilc .'.it. r aMiadci,
Soiu - Moirt, oL.nr fan. Ih
latboaata tffi-t. ail ootorai
all mw, aman aaooa:
ninitntid -n afns .!! t-l
4v W:.. 'ow Shsdi,2lc
All p1; ua,r intr1 p-r-fptt;
rihoafa In whita,
n!, olive, tan. fru antl
dark traaai cmpita
n ,i i rlnati a.m and
t . x t .1 HI V ft
u"i hi im
p rial, to
in urrciw miii
SVc Oil Opaque Shadea, 2Sc
M ulf ffOBI thf hrmt qual
ity ol opnU0; .t . c i.
or; alrr attl ft b
r " hawiMnlaaj th
hadoi ar- a. i ajn
iro.f ; llwral
.NO Mi".U. ORDERS rlLiHO Oil SHADIf
Misses' & Junior
onals, brni O-
cloths and nilx-tur'-s;
in ci d i i lektte,
1U1 1 skirts, haml
nlth satin or
trel I: r.iat hns
liinlr" or satin
collar; eholot of
Klnat bluej tan
anil mixtures; 13
to IS sly. ; alUT
.Mall. ORDERS rlXT.FD
Seamless Bi ussels Rugs
In the Popular 9x12 ft. Room Size
At such a low price wt should sell out the entire
lot of Seamk'-? Bni-j! Kurs; sii ivvn.in many
pretty Oriental and ilor.il designs; the identical
ruirs elsewhere for su.os; timorrow. . . ,
Re e siblc Smyrna Rugs
T iy irs 9xi:' feet; thown In Orl
tul, Moral and medallion
pat t trial; limit two to a
customer; regularly In .
KI.eclill W'edrii s lay, at .
JS.PANESE MATTINO I'lrusMt
quality linen warp tnattliiK, per-
faotly reversible; regu
larly sold for 111 per
roll (10 yarda) J eperlal . .
ATOHMEBIi: AXMINSTSR CAR
pets - I Ineat grade; txtiultlti
colorings and new i. li
tems; DOfdtrt to match;
value II. TO, ut, yard
XXX Royal Axmin ler Ruji
i reet long and "eet wide; in ex
qulalte Perglftn. mtdalllon e.nd
floral iitttterns, iitarhi
ert colon nits. Very
II nest .' I set I'll1 fall
rlr, Btandard uric
iU WOOL BR.U0&EL8 CAgi'HTB
i-or silting room, null and at.ilrs,
an Inunenat Miortmant of gv
jiretly designs and color- u Mp
inifs. T tic value; at a
il.li ALL WOOL VELVET CAR
VETS l or parlor, titling r n
lairs and nail; pattern i
In all the now dttfinal M
II i- auwra ami nan. patterns A
.15 &:r..'''.i 79c
Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs
'ixl2 feet; in ail the latest an.l prettiest Oriental patterns
Sold all ovtf New Y.ira. fur TO-mor-
Lovely Lingerie Dresses
antl Fa'rty Vor!h
from $3 to $5 Ea h
There's ;tn air oi re.ii-custnm-ni.KL' distinction about
these lingeries. This irt is extremely well finished.
The stales are exquisitely pretty new and the dresses
will lit YOU.
BACH DRESS COMES IN A SEPARATE BOX perfecfy made
0 the most exquisite ibeer llnijerll In several lhadtl (in
cluding white). Eviry slvle a railly Chtrmln effect, with lace
Insertinus all nver ibouldirt, WIUI
band) down front of skirt; yoke ol
intertwined" imitation bal'v lris!i
lies and Va!. or Clunv liiserti ii! ; k! m
0R10INALLY INTENDED to sell
;'t 53 and up to So. Un sa e )Ci
1,000 Handsome Tt-.b
Dresses at $1
lHls Itrrss, 1 .USJ
Anotlicr splendid Oi.erini; acientual'ng our peerle
reputation for sen.-atlone! value-giving.
v. i; i 'is i Aiiu.Mfi to aescriDi tins ;oi oi cir es more
than lo sav that you'll Iv c.-eatly liarprlied and
dlllihttd at the prettlnoi, tni unututlly rtrikins
styles displayed in these dress.'s. Lovely frocks of
fine chambrayt, llnont, llniiui r dlniltlui tunic,
pleated or gored skirt models; sizes for junior,
miss or women up to -ll bust; tomorrow at
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