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J KINGDON GOULD
p TO 8f ARRESTED
I ON HIS BIB
Justice Vyatt in Special Ses
sions Issues a Bench War
rant for Him
HIS BAIL IS FORFEITED
i
rl1 Vent to Europe After He Had
I Been Held for Examination
i for Overspeeding
Because of his contemptuous Indif
ference to the power and authority ol
the Court of Special Sections of New
York County jounc Kins Ion Gould will
lie placed under arrest upon his return
from Europe late In June A bonch
warrant calling fur his annrehmMon
erne Issued today by Justice Wyatt
Young Uoulil dnficulu IUWII out of
his arrest on JUv 17 on a chiuva of
running Ills automobile beyond the
peed limit uliceinin Ollouikc of
the Central Oftlcc tricked linn up after
ho < had hot lilH tap along Fort Wash
ington road no n Ono Hundley and
yiftyelrtvtli saran to Ono hundred
and blxtIUui street nt the luto of
t enty miles an hour
TJe desk lieutenant at the Vcst One
Hundred inu rifcjUinl street po Ico
i nation excepted SIC bal tendered by
1 Frederick Krusi Jr of Xo l 7 Man
I ImtUn avenue who described hliiistsr
I as an engineer 11 hen the case was
culled in Harlem Police Court tile next
mrjratng Gould did nut show up but
he WHS represented by a yuutnful law
yet
MagUratf Butts was wroth He
gave the lawyer halt an hour to cit
over to ColumtU Llinelslo Wiler
Qould was tiKlna part n an pxamlnn
tlon and produce nan in court The
order 01 tar Court wan carrtnl oat an
Gould Wut held In 11L0 bull for eunt
I
nation in the Court of tp clal Ht sloj i
I en May J Station house bail was con
I tinucd
A few days later young Gould non
I chilantlj hilled for Euro lie old
he was yning to vIIt his mother and
fl ttrs and brat ers In Franco anj
yould lv hack In about a niontn Tin
fact that he w ii > under bond to appeal
In a court to answer to n charge or
1 nlnp br ikon the law did not appear
to bother 1111I
III ie sras called on May 29 and
li la id to appiai Neitncr was an
I lner no hand to represent him Tie
Cant then jp m tuluurnetl the matte
vn li1 roday and a no Ke was sent to
Guild hTdtmin to produce him
Niit iei Gould s liondf n in nor Gould
Cf mel appeared today Justlc
Vatt prompiU leolared the bid bond
forfeitil A court otllcir was entrusted
with the Ij nh warrant and Instructed
r t kepI h I9t of young Ltould return
from a nnd and arrest him as hr
leaves the areausltlp
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I
RECEIVERS ASK
METISECURITIES
FOR5000000
I
Suit for Alleged Violation of
I Agreement On In
Federal Court
I
Argument In the ault of Receivers
Jollne and Robinson of the New York
City Ilallwav Company against the
Metropolitan Securities Company to re
cover J1WOOOO was begun today beforn
Judge Ward In the United States Cir
cuit Court
The amount Is the balance of t90KiXO
delivered to the defendant company by
I the Metropilltan Street Railroad Com
pany for the specltlc purpose of com
pleting lmprnt > menls on the Metropoli
tan line The withholding of this bal
ance blocked the original plans for the
I rehabilitation of the various roads com
I prNIrr the systems Iine to put them
In tht Rood order ucninndcil by the
Public Service Commission To make I
these Improvements the receivers have I
leaned ourtlllcatea to the amount of
3500000
itobart C Beatty Junior counsel for
the Metropolitan receivers opened fur
the plaintiffs declaring the full beliiK
one to recover for breach of contract
Joseph CIl0 te was present to appear
for the receivers is special counsel
together nth Arthur II Misten attor
ney of record Paull > Cravath and
Joseph I1 Cotton Jr appeared for the
Securities Company
Mr Hi ilt > went Into the agreement
whlrli had been entered Into Fob 14
and Miy i t 1KU which he said recited
the terms upon which the Metro > olltan
Securities Company was to provide the
New York City llallwiv Company with
the means to provide the Metropolitan
C onipin one of the subsidiary con
cerns with the ftHWX needed
Mr Deitty read a letter written by
the receivers of the Metropolitan Com
pany on Oct 11 last In which was a
uoiicst for the sum of Jl2n75l To
this letter came a reply dated Oct IS
1 ° 07 saying that the Board of Director
ori of the SecuritIes Company had that
day hell a moetlns and that upon ad
I vice of the counsel decided that the
Securities Company would not pay the
remainder of the sum It wis hed
Hint Insolvency was the hils upon
which this refusal was based and It
in no act up In the answer of tho
flefen a to the summons and complaint
entered
f
TO HONOR LATE PRINCIPAL
A picture of the late T Dwight Inr
tin for many years principal of Gram
mar School No 32 will ha unveiled at
the sclioolhoMse In West Thlrtynfth
street on Thursday at 4 P M It Is
tho gift of Ur Samuel Ayres the pres
ent principal There will be special
music hv the school and short adrtri ses
hv prominent men who were fchoolbovs
under Dr Martin Former students tt I I
the school are Invited
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r
Tiger Tans
and all the other smart new tan brown and olive
shades in mens suits that are hard to find even at regu
lar prices
1 he unprecedented demand fIr these shades was
not foreseen by mills or whnlesalers
Thioiiili close Brill mill connections and Bril
direced tailoring organizations you have this oppor
tunity to secure these popular new shade suits under
price
Here are 2000 suits smartest summer and mid
summer 1008 models smartest new variations and de
signs of Tiger tan brown and oive shales
The values are SIS S20 and S2250
Special < 13 50 <
Qj < < tRQj 3e4
FOUR CONVENIENT STORES
279 BROADWAY n Crumb era St > 7 CORTLANDT STn Greenwich
UNION SQUARE Hth StnBway 125TH STREET cor 3d Avenue
llnrlrm Slur Open itrnlni >
n n
n
111Jr lia teK fi mIl1 lti J r A w jd l is
Southwest Corner 6th Ave and ISth St New York V
l Overproduction from Leading
Makers at 1A Pre E
I
I
t 1 KarefcoSSandals Misses Oxfords Misses Shoes
I Button and I ace Black Kidscin
For Boys White Canvas Uppers
t wYaa a sizes < > to 8
r > and tslrh ciao 6 to S S 10 It r irr j S to 11 and
i izes 5 to and 11 to 2 Special at e t l to 2
and 36 to 2 e x l 4 caecaal al
l Tan calf t
+ i uppers a Patr
t f sate tnteTwu + ts J r a Pafr
soes
Jn yN S c yu Zlr w r f 1wfi tA a
b 50c t4j Kit Oc ot C wM p x i per C
I BOYS Mens Oxfords Womens Oxfords
1 SCHOOL SHOES Vic Kid extension soles urayand
sizes 9Iro15 all solid leather
tto5j4
sizes 6 toll W h i te
Special at Syr Canvas
Special at
fejrlmv fi tffjfc Ontfr7rac
50 1 SSfc HA Uoiyics
C I ViJ 3 Special
r + + a Pftir fm5 t I 1 1 Qt
50c J 11 < f
A One pelt t r
tax clttnnar 11fFl
h t 1E + G450c
I > r iJ
50c
I J 50c 50c
Tan Calfskin and Patent Coltskin
+ t
r rkr r 350 Colonial Pumps at 8150 e
9
ft Made with hand aXe
welted extension soles or a
J hand turned flexible soles Plain
J
M or perforated vamps
r Our A Price f
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B V X fJjra Jf
I I Tun
Tan a Pnir J y ih Cell
TCaliskin site z to 7 Jl r z skin
Calfskin Ja lr Lij T Oxfords lor
IC I Pumps for p > Women S3
Girls sizes up 450 values all sizes Sf 50
J I at 1
to Z at e e e e
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yuYrvYrtucs tiesw a ol w kL r
+
Double S H Green Trading Stamps Till
oClockSillgle Stamps After 12 oclock
Mettle lrawrriun
IEGE I OPER G
c nrcrlotfwrmwtr tar P SIDdrI3
These Are of the Typical Big
Store Kind That Has Made
the Tuesday Bargain
List Famous
250 Wolfner Pianos 140
We have lust a few to sell at this price They have
been used of course but not enough to be noticed
They pave all been put In Good condition and are prac
tically as good as new J
5 Down1 a Week
fo Intertnt No Extra Free Delivery
With each one of these instruments we give a hand
some revolving stool and protection cover free
Vuiecd Cooper Store fifth Moor Center
3 and 350 Revolving Piano Stools Used 75c
rate Flour Center
50c to 1 75 Perorated Music Roll 25c to 87c
Fifth Floor Center
175 Bamboo Shelves at 1
Fifth Floor
175 Bamboo CV rner Chairs at 1
riftr r oar
Womens 4 High Cut Tan Shoes 275
Record In near
Childrens 2 High Cut Tan Shoes 125
econJ 10 r Iiwir
Mis es 1 Tan Oxford Ties 69c
Second fioor near
Men a 250 Calfskin Lace Shoes 150
Sonrd How tear
8c Huck Towels Hemmed d Medium Sized 5c
Main Flini ir
lOc All Linen Toweling yard 7c
Main Floor Hear
25c Renaissance Doilies at 12lc
Main Floor Hear f
69c to 98c Sheets choice of 4 sizes 59c
Vain Floor llar
1 Bed Spreads full size G9c
H r Flior tear
lOc and 12 roc Musin and Cambrics yard 8c
iluin Floor tear
1 e 77 Set At 135
I Womens High and Low
4
Pit Footwear
V = In 3 to 5 Grades
a r This most extraordinary Tuesday
ti bargain offer is the culmination of the
great sale at JlPO that has been coins on for the past fortnight
lou choice of no eS5 thun 100 pretty tries in shoes Oxfords
UiPson I e > and pumps Leaf ers
calfskin and II
n principally dskm e
fine pal nt leathers and the work j jYt
manhip wid satisfy even the most 4
ti
1a slid ous All are this seasons cam A m
p Cj from two of te foremost facto 20 q
tones and the best grades are to bi tl tW
J
t n
found in sizes 3 10 4 h drr +
Women who can ivear these sizes 1ii t ill
mny wan re oice for Iese i 1 OC 4 j1
X Otl feyvr
ne great bargains at et
iSiete Cooper blore beccnd Floor heir y
b y s WSp eJ
195 Imported Majolica Vases 95c
lard K Atr Fron
25c Embroidered Washable Eets 18c
Mn r FIr Prom
50c Ltathcr Belts Assurlcd 39c
V i Munr Iroil
675 Tapestry Carpet Rugs GS9 at 375
d i r rM Irnn
2Lc Hemp Stair Carpel 18inch a yard Ifc
If I < Trntu
7Lc IVor Srnjjna Mats 14x21 at 39c
I vr Iron
Boys Indian Suits at 169
laud r oar ttemer
50c Toy Mortar Hods at 35c
TiirJ Fnwr Center
50c Rag Dolls Various Kinds 39c
Third Klrir Center
1 Rag Dolls Various Kinds 79c
Thlr Flour Center
50c Wagon Building Blocks at 35c
ri i Flo Canter
25c a Pound Package Writing Paper at 16c
Envelopes to match tic a package
shire Cioor Center
35c Box of 250 Business Envelopes lOc
Thri floor Center
25c BooksHlhe Good Hoalcss 5c
Tin Hour Center
108 B JkBHTlze Spoilers 33c
Tilr Jloor Center
150 Gallon Claret and Riesling 98c
Fourth Ijor rront
150 Gallon Ports and Sherries 98c
Fourth Floor Frint
275 Gallon Mpnonram Whiskey 224
rvmrlh Floor Front
125 Large Bottle Holland Gin 98c
Fourth Poor Front
125 Bottle Sherries fourth and Floor Ports Front Imported 98c
125 BJtUe Cognac Brandy at 98c
Vonrth Floor Front
19c Dinner Plates Full Size 9c
Third Floor Front
50c Imported China Cuspidors SZc
Third Floor Front
18c Bright Juicy Lemons Dozen 12c
Fourth Floor
T Ask for S B II Green 1radtaa StamotWe Give Them t
I
j w o
l ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
t liJ i nR rudl
LEXINGTON 3 ° AVE 9riT0607JsT I
Great Sale of 1500 New Pianos
At a Clear Saving to You of from 150 to 300
Greatest Piano Values in the World I Pianos priced up to 5300 on easy terms of
5 Down and thereafter only 1 a Week
No better pianos are manufactured and etch at its price cannot be matched for tone I
action artistic designing or quality of material used in construction
Every One of These Pianos Is Built to Last a Lifetime
i
Gunraiteed in every detail for 15 years by the manufacturers as will TJ by BloominglacV
I
TURSE PIANOS rnihaJy all the r I
trY belt inJ nwMt Ini
1 rr i pronmenl In piano Inilldlnz +
TIIR 1MANO1 re offer In this t
Oman Kale haM 1M flnrut rn
pcallnx tnnnlmtlrit action i
I u hln are fully ruir nti + l fur + I
twentY nre Ywn 0 1dltttf J
Wbn TIIBSK PIANOS ban cl tii o t
lon kayo patrol covered
ihalpn which ere ni n tooth I
i rwt t1r °
r
ae gKn Cu e aM btautlfully
flnlih In finals flmrnl ilo i d
i 1 bin rnrrr orlulnnl rtl lini l
I nan l > mrlj ctrM or In plain
Culonlal or inrlr 8t > lc
VltFlIB ILtNtN are rnUy I
niftoterplrw of piano cnn
t ttructlen Nn hatter pmno
can bet made nt any rrlct
1
TUB TOXR li drop rleh mel
low nn1 rnftnl The alnplne
I 500 Wale s G Pianos 250 utllllu am unurpaaenL 900 Wa i ors Mat octane I
< < I ties I urn built nn 150 I
TFInaR
5 Doun and 1 a W eh rtlxllr llnrs and are parfoc Payer Piano Outfits T
lion In plino constmctlnn 25 Down ana S10 a Month i I
I TIIHY AHB lINO lint win FSnsl made with U rolls
iao st layer plino
In a Jo anJ tleaeun to jour or u uiir music cabinet to match inn I I
° I home foror cur I I
I r c 4tf = r
1 wr < 1f 1S IN 8TTIF1 imllty ton and
e JI construction they am un + ur I
I l J = posseJ
= = = IN AUTISTIC PEnaNl end r = 1
makeup thri la fie rlino In tl
ulut the world et Ynya her nc r + + 11
rlo that
ij em louhlo their prk
can ctQUal tent T
i
I Tilts IS tinnue tlnn blv the We t
11
y irfattit end most advnn
taceout piano owortunlty you 1
I t have cncounter J In Y lonz t
I t time
I e1 IN Tiir SMT xe elu off > r
the fi > lln lna piano which
i re had no ovum to IIIUBtratf
i I 600 Sty e K Waters 300
I I 10 Wa ters R Pianos 375 J750 5fy e F Walters 325
10 Down and 10 a Month 500 Wa ter Burnham 240
linn 750 Walters Vertical L
n 55 Down and SI a Week
Grand Upright Pianos 375
=
800 Wa ten Premier S401
1 J000 Wa ten Eaby insSsbM
Grand Pianos 1600 i
wun walcrt
SPECIAL NOTICE
1111 PIANOS ottore4 In this sal
I ran be had In mo sizes The
Concert Grand Uprltht Which
1 > the rc uUr else pltuio
and th Con rt blby etas
ultable for mull rooma
I
WE CIIAHGE no Intrut for
i time taken In miiunir pay
I ment no Inaurano and no
i i extras whatever a I
475 Wa iers Exce sior 235 AU < YOU HAVH to pay U the
price of the piano
55 Down mi TJ a Wetk 500 Walters Stye C a240 I I
ON cAse BUE3 a e will box
nnd uhlu pljino to any part of tjI 5 Doun and SI a N eel
I
the Unite auto Free of
Charirv Upon reaucat a rp
mentatlv will call
EXCHANGE your old piano for i I
a new oDe and pey II per
wtok
1
WV
trivet Include Stool and Cover
I
+ tuebrl
t Extraordinary + +
Offer I
I FREE If I
TO TilE par I il
cheer of a
piano IT e I
will prom I
I free of
charxe one nf I
375 Waters B Pianos 198 tlful three n rat 550 Wa ters D Piano 260
5 Down anil a Week atjle cablntj niutlo 5 Down and 1 a Week
All fan Transfer to BLOOMINGDALES Lexington to 3d Ave 59th to 60 h St tea
N
r
1 uRi nrx 9
McCutcnh
Open very Uvei lng h
Until 9 oclock a l i eons
10 aotvcd on all C1I5 rr
chasca We pay frcijhl k <
te The Linen Store
1 LD Itr rodJrdrk
Ar mow
pi 1ff
t i 1
Mill fur our urn Cululu uv I Special Sole
1i1J vVorlfr > MOWi n
V30 5 u
j I If1 I Lingerie Dresses
t 75Vorlh i 7t0 Uown M u Week
ISO ljU + + + 1000 1500 + II + 200 225 YY Tailored Suits Waists
100 + 2000 + 250 +
CIO u JOOO + + 350 Ytrork Lingerie Dresses 2750 Regular Value 4500 Made
Now York
uui Inn VIII Alu tu
nilr O Inur > and t iiium Ikul ol high grade white Dotted SWISS of our own importation
I I e with novdty borders of while bl ick blue or red combinations
I The skirt is made very full and the waist is finished with Grecian
yoke made of dainty Val and Cluny Lace threequarter sleeve
The model is exceptionally attractive and beautiful
We also have a large collection of other models in Lingerie
HATS BALCH PRICE m CO fURS I Dresses ranging in price from 1500 to 7500 each
Tailored Linen Suits 2200 Value S3500 A special
collection made of materials of our own importation natural
FURS color with eyelet embroidery self colored and black and white
J
stripes Also black with tiny white check and a number of the
COVERS darer colors and mixtures particularly adapted to summer
Q 0 ENTIR5J travel Made up in a very smart model with 36 inch tailored
COST jacket semifitted plain plaited or gored skirt
Besides these we display an exceptionally complete line of
STORED Linen Suits in a variety of models Pricerange 1250 to 5000
Telephone PUI TON SMITH STS Tailored Waists Made in our own workrooms in new and ex
9uutflltu BROOKLYN clusive motels We make particular feature of a tailored Dim
ity Waist which is shown in a number of styles including a
variety of tucking effects Price 350 and 450
n n Pure Linen Tailored Waists in all white 250 450 and
jUCIETY OF TAMMANY 500 Imported Madras Waists at 350 100 and 450
oil In addition to these we show t very large collection of
I fl Lawn Cotton Voile and Lingerie Waists plain white and in
COl UMBIAN ORDER
COlUlilJBJAORDER colors Price 275 and upwards to IS 00
UtUiU U It JlUJ UltiUlllljf itll Altk > Linen Skirts f choice collection in all white at 500 to 2500
jiiu Uiu inauguration ot tan Liiaud baliwu
lit wet Liictit ittC UOi on MJNlvY UVi N
i 0 awls 1 1X8 ut half an hour alter
Ibe liy Yetllta urdar or ut the lino Stood Yan Saohem Opposite
uiTHOirA8 K SMITH 8 < rtary 5th Ave 34th St Vldort Atorln
1 Manhattan 8won of Flower Oth Moon
YMlf nr DIo 41lh or Inpen1
18JatDleadrIn5Ot Uon l1plEnd
tee 131 it and of Institution IKKh
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