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COPS TRAP AVENGER
OF MONK EASTMAN
Alleged Bandit Who Held Up
Saloon Here for $2,000 la
Caught In Philadelphia.
OTHER CRIMES ALLEGED
Opium Layout, Burglar's Uten
sils, Weapons and Draped
Photo of Honk Found.
The man who, according to the police,
has constituted himself the avenger of
the murder of his pal, the gangster
-Monk Eastman, was arrested yesterday
In Philadelphia. He la Edward Herber
gtr. one time puglisit of Albany, and Is
also known as Schaeffer, OKeefe, Will
iams and Green.
His picture was Identified by Joseph
Germanhauser, proprietor of the Court
Cafe, Broadway and Drlggs avenue,
Brooklyn, as that of the bandit who
held up Germanhauser and four others
in the cafe a week ag*> yesterday and
robbed them oC $2,000. Before exposing
his revolver the robber named ono after
another the pals of Jerry Bohan and
asked where they were. Bohan has
confessed that he shot Monk Eastman
and is now In jail awaiting trial. It
was from the Court Cafe that Bohan,
Eastman and others set forth on a
drinking party that ended in Eastman's
death in Fourteenth street a few
months ago.
After the recent holdup In the cafe
the police heard that the man who ac
complished It was Herberger. and that
lie had gone to Philadelphia. Ho was
arrested there by Detective Patrick
Knowles and Capt. Dan Carey of the
Thirteenth detective division, with the
help of Philadelphia policemen, who sur
rounded a house in Wallace street.
The police say they found in the house,
besides Herberger, an opium layout, a set
of safe cracking tools, two revolvers, and
a photograph of Monk Eastman, draped
with black. The woman proprietor of
the house was arrested in Manhattan two
years ago and imprisoned two months
for violating the Sullivan law, the police
say.
Two charges against Herberger are
made in Phil- dclphia. He Is accused
of binding ami gagging a South Second
street Jeweller of the name of Doherty in
December last. and carrying off jewelry
worth $20,000. He is nlso charged with
p:cklng the pocket of John Goldman in
Market strest on March 16.
Aeoci-ding to the New York police, Her
berger and Monk Eastman were arrested
on the Williamsburg Bridge Plaza in
December on a charge of plcpocketlng,
tout were set free In court.
HOLY WATER QUEST
LEADS TO ACCIDENT
Boy Run Down After Leaving
Religious Ceremony.
Matteo Luckergr'.s, 9, left his parents'
home at 9 Bleecker street. Mount Ver
non, yesterday morning to go to the Ro
man Catholic Church of Our Lady of
Mount Carmel to procure a bottle of th<J
hcly water which had been blessed dur
ing the service*. One of the priests grave
htm the water, and he started back
liome.
The child had gone but a few blocks
?hen his anxiety to reach home caused
him to run across Stevens avenue at
Mount Vernon avenue. The next inotant
ho was struck by an automobile and sent
rolling across the pavement. His ?ku'?
vac fractured, and at Mount Verr.m
Hospital, where he was taken, it was
ssld the Injury might result in his death.
Menllo Licclone of 100 Mount Vernon
avenue, driver of the automobile, tt-U
the police he did not see the boy until
he was almost under the wheels. It wad
then too late to turn the machine aside.
? An Unexpected
| SALE
JofLANS Antiques
tyyn b*?e bean notified by (ha City
of New York that p*rt of our
? building will hare to be moved back
in order to accommodate the widening
tof Madison Avenue.
While this meana a big Inconrenlenoa
? for us. It is an opportunity for you
to serure many unusual pieces of
? antiques and works of art at prices
I far below their intrinsic value. Our
. reason for making
I this unusual price
reduction is in or
| der to diapose of
v part of our fine ,
? collection of an
l iquos during the
A reconstruction of ?
f our building rather
A than subject them
f to any pomlbi*
?dam??:e that might
occur, This nale Is for two weeks and
A will Include the following article*:
English and
Frendh Antiques,
wing chairs, mfas,
needlework, gate 1m
tables, b e n o h e ?,
joint stool* and a
fine collection Of old
F.ncIIsh garden lead.
This sale also offers
the opportunity to
wx-urs furniture of
rare designs from the
periods of William
and Mary, Queen
Anne, Chippendale.
Hepplewhite, Sheraton. Adam, Louis
XIV.. XV. and XVI.
Another opportunity this aale presents
to the lover* of antiques is a collection
of old English oak cupboards, which
we are going to aacrlfWe at prices that
will Interest you.
I
We Invite km to come and go through
our di lllarUs, where you may make
yxmr own selections at your letmre.
i Ave. (85th Si.) |
of Antiques and |
kg of Art" J
554 Madison
"Importers
Works
AEROPLANE LINENS
36 inches wide?all pure linen?
not the inferior quality sold else
where?excellent for children's
clothes and sports costume*?lees
than to-day's landing price
.50
FOURTEENTH STREET fruMltUJ 1827 WEST OF FIFTH AVE,
40-INCH CIIA RMEUSE
High satin finish?large assort
ment of light and dark colors? t oi
were $2.46 1.04
19th GREAT SPRING SALE | f ''
Last
Week!
New Goods at New Prices That Meet the New Conditions
Women's
Twill Cord
SUITS
55.00
Were $65.50
Suits of this most
fashionable of all
material for Spring
tailored wear are in
the model pictured,
which comes in navy
blue and black. Styles
in tricotine at this
price also.
Sizes 36 to 44.
Special Purchase
4140 New Duplex Oil
Opaque Shades
(An ideal Summer shade, keeps out both light and heat)
Mill runs of $1.50 quality
.71
Five different color combinations of white and
ecru with tones of green. These shades are
extra long, measuring 7 ft. They are 3 ft. wide
?mounted on dependable rollers?complete
with slats, brackets and nickel ring pulls?ex
ceptionally good for seconds?in fact, the im
perfections are very slight.
No Mail or Phone Orders.
New Rugs?and
Springtime
A New Rug Makes a Fresh New Room
Very noteworthy price concessions on large
nigs and small for Monday and Tuesday shop
pers?Velvets, Axminsters. Brussels and Grass
Rugs?ALL REDUCED.
Read this list of excellent quality rugs, and
note the unusually low prices:
Seamless Velvet Rugs?9 by 12 ft.
Very beautiful nig??serviceablr, well covered designs?artistic color
combinations?exceptional quality?and a real bargain ato q
the nale prire. Were $58.80 ^O.DU
Brussels Velvet Rugs?9 by 12 ft.
Seamless- -good looking small designs and medallion nn
effects. Were $42.50 ?.OU
A Group of Axminster & Velvet Rugs?9 by 12 ft.
Good colors?serviceable rugs?made by a leading AC% A A
manufacturer. Were $64.50 to $78.60 **?}%****
Finest Grade Axminster Rugs?9 by 12 ft.
(Slight misweaves.)
Artistic colors?most unusual rugs for the low sale price?
perfect price $92.50
Seamless Grass Rugs? 9x12 ft.
Novelty borders.
Were $8.87
Same quality Grass Rugs, 6 by 9 ft.
W?a *4.97.
Famous Deltox Grass Rugs
New Spring designs?large selection of colors and patterns.
6x9 ft. six*?were $11.97. tt.l 2 | 8x10 ft. size?were$ 19.971 3.2 7
9x12 ft.?were $21.97 1 5.6H
5.47
3.88
Scatter SI** Grass Rugs?com
pete range of styles and colors
18x36?were $1.09 H 7
36x72 -extra heavy?
were $4.27 3.4 7
Wool Fibre Carpeting?heavy
rerviceabln fabric?plain colors
of gray, rose, blue and brown.
27 in. width?were $2.47 l.| 7
36 in. width?were $2.97. 1.97
Special
Philippine
Night Dresses and Chemises
2.48
Were $3.66
Hie beautiful materials used in these dainty
hand-made underthings are extremely well
wearing. Night dresses are embroidered in floral
designs back and front and on sleeves. Every
garment has fine satin ribbon drawn
through embroidered eyelets.
All over this great store, every shelf and counter, every
corner and show-case have but a single purpose, to
make this last Sale week a record breaker by offering
Values That Are the Talk of theTown
On Sale Both Monday and Tuesday
40-IN. CREPE METEOR
?ALSO RADIUM SILK
Soft, lustrous finish?
street and evening col- ? mm
ore?were $1.94 1.D4
ALL WOOL VELOURS
Hearn importation ?
soft suede finish?54
inches wide ? colors
are tan, antelope, bark,
taupe, fox, bluebird,
brown, navy and Mack n 1A
?were $(.97 ^?10
ALL WOOL
BROADCLOTH
48 inches wide ?
sponged and shrunk?
tan, antelope, delft
blue, reindeer, otter,
seal, bark, bluebird,
navy and black?
were $4.28
COSTUME SERGES
All wool?48 and 60
inches wid e?fire
twilled weave ? good
range of new colors, in
cluding navy and black
2.24
1.34
-were $2.48 and $2.68
ALL WOOL
TRICOTINES
48 inches wide?fine,
close finish?in navy
blue, black and best
Sprint* shades?
were $8.97
ALL WOOL
TRICOTINES
64 inches wide?close,
firm weave?tan and
navy blue
were $4.97
FANCY DIMITIES
Dainty floral effects
for misses' and chil
dren's dreases? 0 .
.88 .Z4
1.95
2.95
.37
.68
35-INCH COLORED
RATINES
Excellent quality ?
very smart. sports
fabric?unusually fine
range of colors, in
cluding newest shade*
of blue, green, rose,
gray, tan, etc?
were .75
SHADOW LACE
ALLOVERS
Effective pstterns for
blouses, boudoir caps
and neckwear?
were .69 .5^2
EMBROIDERY
FLOUNCINGS
And corset coverings
in an assortment of nr
neat patterns?were .39 <ai)
WHITE FRENCH
VOILES
46 inches wide?soft
and sheer for children's
wear and lingerie?
were .80
39-INCH NAINSOOK
(JO yard piece)?very
soft and silky for in
fants' clothes and fine ? 1A
lingerie?were $4.24... ?>.1U
PONGEE LININGS
Yard wide?pretty pat
terns in desirable new
folorings* Hwitable for
lining wraps, coats and
suits?were $1.07 .lO
NEW SASHE8
Knitted and Roman
stripe sashes?1 and 8
inchee wide?finished
with tassel or fringe
were $4.67
MOUSETAIL BRAIDS
(12 yard piece>?new
est Spring shades?
limit?were .48 .Jo
LOVELY RIBBONS
Satina and moires
sash and millinery
widtha?white, black
and colore - were .48
BOYS' SUITS
Plain or pleated Nor
folk models in a great
variety of new Spring
mixtures?some witn
extra trousers?sixes
9to 17years? to Atz.
were $16.60 16 AO
3.37
BOYS' NORFOLK
SUITS
S to 17 years?Cheviot
mixtures in grays
and browns?plain or
pleated ? a jIC
were $10.50 ... 0.4D
LITTLE BOYS'
WASH SUITS
3 to 9 years?junior
model b?D u t c h
middy, Russian and
plaited styles ? plain
colors ? stripes and
white with combina
tion trimmings?repp,
galatea and chambray? o OK
were $3.96 Z.uO
BOYS' BLOUSES
Light and medium
striped percales?col
lars attached?sizes 8 gj
to 15 years?were .89..
BOYS' CAPS
I<arge assortment new
est styles?large or
small crowns?lined or q i
taped?-were $1.48 ?i/4
WOMEN'S SWEATERS
New models ? with
brushed revers ? col
ors Include buff,
brown, peacock, gray,
tomato, beaver and ? aa
rust?were $6.94 U.vJU
BRUSHED WOOL
SCARFS
Various colors with
novelty striped bor- a rjm
ders?were $6.48 4.4 4
CREPE KIM ON AS
Elastic belt model?
prettily styled in flow
ered plisse crepe?two ?* mrj
pockets?were $1.94... 1 ?*> /
MINUNETTE
OVERBLOUSES
New steel-stenciled de
sign, in peach, Copen,
blue, gray, biscuit and p
oriolo- -were $6.86 O .Ov
VOILE BLOUSES
Sheer, dainty styles.
with square neck or
Peter Pan collar? ? a a
were $2.47 and $2.67... 1 -DO
SHADOWPROOF
PETTICOATS
Tailored model in fine
quality white tub silk
?were $4.94
EXTRA SIZE
PETTICOATS
Well made tailored
model in black sateen
?were $1.66
CORSETS
Novelty cloth ? built
on the newest lines? o qj
elastic top?were $5.00 ^."4
MISSES'
BATISTE CORSETS
Medium low bust?
embroidery trimmed'
were $2.00
2.78
1.17
1.17
.45
.12 X
SATIN CAMISOLES
Ribbon shoulder strap
and armhole style*
flesh pink?p r e 11 i 1 y
trimmed with ribbon qa
and lace?were $1.28...
SILK NIGHT DRESSES
Tailored and trimmed
models in white or n ftry
flesh pink?were $6.97. ?>."/
ENVELOPE CHEMISES
Crepe de Chine or
satin, in a variety of
charming styles?trim
med with filet or Val.
lace?others with em
broidered Georgette ?j
yokes- were $8.98.. . ?S.4o
WOMEN'S PETTICOATS
Fine nainsook, with
deep ruffle of embroi
dery or inserting^ of
lace?one model is in
sateen and is made
shadowproof with dou- .
ble panel?were $2.97.. 1 I
NAINSOOK CHEMISE
Straight or envelope
style?white or flesh
deep. yokes trimmed
front and buck with
iace and embroidory?
were $1.65 ??*4
HEMSTITCHED
NAPKINS
Excellent quality linen
damask ? size 20x20 q ftp
inches?were $12.95 doz
LINEN PATTERN
CLOTHS
Bleached, double satin
finish Irish linen
damask?dw 70x72 in. rr or
?were $1*95 ? ?i?
LACE TRtMMED
SCARFS
Filet patterns?1 ace
trimmed?1 i n e n cen
tres?may be used for
buffet and dresser? n aa
were $2.95 Z.UU
TURKISH TOWELS
Full bleached ?
ribbed weave?hem
med white borders?
were .68
COTTON BUCK
TOWELS
Pure white, neat red
Btripe borders?
were .21
TOWELINGS
Practical quality for
dish and roller use.
Bordered in blue? <*
were .80
ALL LINEN
TOWELINGS
Fine serviceable quality, n?
red bordered?were .40
NOVELTY WOOL
SKIRTINGS
27 inches wide?blazer
sports, stripes in newest
colorings (sold in flannel ?*
dept.)?-were $1.96 I.uO
CANTON FLANNELS
27 inches wide?bleach
ed and unbleached?
heavy fleecy nap? e\ty
were .48
CRIB BLANKETS
Eiderdown finish ?
white, pink or blue?
daintily bordered? e% CQ
were $3.37 <2.t>o
GIRLS' TUB DRESSES
Youthful Spring ?tyles
in plaid and checked
gingham and cham
bray?6 to 14 yrs.? i a A
were $1.94 l.*>4
LITTLE TOTS'
DRESSES
With bloomers?made
in empire and belted
styles ? in ginghams
or chambrays ? sizes . ?a
to 6 yrs.?were $2.87.. 1 .OO
BABIES' LAWN CAPS
Embroidered turnback
effects?sizes 6 months a t
to 3 years?were .35 . .*4
INFANTS' SHIRTS
Mercerized and Merino
?medium weight?sizes rtn
to 1 year?were .97. .. .4 Z
BABIES' WOOL SHOUL
DER STRAP BANDS
Fine quality Swiss or
plain rib ? sizes six
months to 3 years?
were .97 and $1.10, ... ??Z
WOMEN'S UMBRELLAS
Good quality silk, in
various colorings
smart bakelite handles 4 pa
-were $6.17 4.5U
WOMEN'S COTTON
HOSIERY
Good quality ? regular <
sizes?were .86 ?^4
WOMEN'S SILK HOSE
Full fashioned ? black ? -n
?all sizes?were $2.47 1 ?OU
WOMEN'S SILK HOSE
Semi-fashioned?black,
gray and cordovan? < aa
were $1.87 I.ZU
BOYS' UNION SUITS
Athletic style or with
high ncck and short
sleeves?knee length? rc
well made?were .73 .00
WOMEN'S EXTRA SIZE
KNIT UNDERWEAR
Vests, low neck, "hort
sleeves or sleeveless?
loose or tight knee
drawers?were .63.... .4 4
WOMEN'S FABRIC
GLOVES
T w o-clasp, gauntlet
and shirred wrist ?
styles in brown, mode,
gray and white--con
trasting embroidered aa
backs were $1.75. .
PEARL NECKLACES
?4 inches long?solid aa
claip?were $4.97.. .. ??."U
Women's
Crepe
de chine
Dresses
38.50
Were $44.75
The charming new
crepe de chine dress
sketched comes in
combination effects
of navy and grey,
or brown and tan.
Beaded georgette
dresses also at this
price.
Bed Muslins
At Wholesale Cost
Even the shortest memory will recall the recent
dayB when we wondered if we would ever see
such low prices as these again. Of course, you
will not see them now in retail stores other
than here. For nearly a century Hearn house
hold needs and Hearn values have been with
out a peer.
These prices will enable you to supply both
your Summer bungalow and your house or
apartment in town for an extraordinarily
small sum.
Fin* Bleached Muslins?36 In.
wide?soft finish?
value .17
,Ko mail or telephone orders.*
36-inch Unbleached Muslins?
heavy quality?value .16. .???
(No mail or telephone orders ;
Sheetings
Excellent qualities?no dressing.
Bleached?
42-inch?were .S3....
45-inch?were .86 ...
50-inch?were .38....
64-inch?were .43....
63-inch?were .46
72-inch?were .49....
81-inch?were .64....
90-inch?were .68....
.2 5
.27
.31
.30
.39
.4 2
.4 1
.40
Unbleached?
46-inch?were
54-inch?were
68-inch?were
72-inch?were
81-inch?were
90-inch?were
.33 .2!%
.38 .31
.48 HS
45 J? 9
?49 4 2
.64 4 4
'No mail or telephone order.).
Full and Threo-quarter Size
Bad Ticks?ready for filling?
were $2.98.... 1.98
Vary Special?36-inch Cheese
cloth?bleached and unbleach
ed yd. ,2H
(Limit one piece?No nuu or phone
order*.)
Standard Quality
Sheets and Pillow Cases
For Trade reasons we cannot
mention name of this particular
well known brand.
Pillow Cases?
42x36 in*.?were .84 2 3
46x36 ins.?were .86 24
Sheets?
64x 90 ins.?were .98.. .74
6Sx 90 ins.?were $1.14.. .79
63x 99 ins.?were $1.26.. .94
72x 90 ins.?were $1.26.. .94
72x 99 ins.?were $1.39.. 1.04
72x108 ins.?were $1.48.. 1.19
8Ix90ins.?were$1.39.. .98
81x 99 ins.?were $1.49. .1.19
81x108 ins.?were $1.67. . 1.2 7
90x 90 ins.?were $1.49. . 1.1 9
90x 99 ins.?were $1.57.. 1.2 7
90x108 ins.?were $1.68. . 1.3 4
Hemstitched Sheets and Pillow
Cases-^
42x36 ins.?were .43 2ft
45x36 ins.?were .55.... .28
Sheets?
63x90 ins.?were $1.80.. .84
72x90 ins.?were $1.42.. .98
72x99 ins.?were $1.66.. 1.1 4
81x90 ins.?were $1.55.. l.Of
81x99 ins.?were $1.65. . 1.29
(No null or telepbonn orders.)
Bedspreads
Fresh and Dainty for Spring
time Use.
Three-quarter Size Spreads
?various neat styles?
were $2.19 1.5 4
Full and Three-auarter Size
Spreads?scalloped or hemmed
?were $4.98 3.4*9
Satin Finish Marseilles Spreads
?heavy raised weave?delight
ful patterns?
were $6.98 3.98
Boxloom Crepe Negligees
Special 4.50
Pretty styles with shirred panel pockets and shawl
collar. Colors are rose, Copenhagen and wistaria.
Other Modal* in Boxloom Crepe, with elastic waist and fininh of
embroidery 3.0J*
MORNING SPECIALS?Monday and Tuesday Until 1 P. M.
To prevent dealer* buying, qoaniltles rentrlcted. No Mall or Telephone Order*
$7JO H?ar? Importation
Stmleii Grata Raji 4.88
Artlntle de?lni?? ? egtra wr. .-on
quaJlty?blue, roae, tan and green
eofoHn*a?fix 10 ft. elae.
HUGS?THIRD VtOOR.
SZ14 Little Tot*' White Dreuei 1.56
Sixes ;?> S yaiN?yokr-, Empire
.ind bolted styles?lace and om
trvldery trlfrmsd.
C*IM>RK*S DR8H6ER- SUf'ONt' f"L.
34 ct. Cotton Much Towelt 19c
Fill ble*oh??d?plain or d&niask
?tripe centre*-hemmed or col
ored aoailnped enda.
T0WKW-4IAW rt-OOR.
$2JS Pattern Cloth? 1.95
mint-bed ? meroorlced ? alxoa 64
toTa.
LINBMg-M AXN FT,OOR.
25 ct. Cotton TewoHnr ... 13
Hod or Mae bordShra-lT-inoh
quality.
TOWKUNn- MAIN YUO?. >R.
97 ct Yd. Wide Poplin.- Silk Mixed. .74
Soft finish?hl*h luatre?largo
a?orimont of color*.
ait^KH?MAIN FIXJOR.
$1.97 Frtnch Strge??42-inch .1.15
Ten, brown, oopenhr?r?n. g-arnet,
navv and black?all wool?fine
twtfl
WOOLENK?MAIN OT,OOR.
New FmJhnr Pillows?
Gcoao mixed ? rvnaorted ? trips
tinkle**-?
Slae 20x2*?were |1.?7 l.ta
SIzo S2xSK?were *2.07.......1.38
2i*" ti n
Slao 2?xH0?war* I3.8T l.no
I'U.lylWg?RAfnSMXNT.
57 ct. Fine Cretonnes .34
M Inciter wide?larae variety of
d?r.lRT!?
< JTtErrf <NN1B*-B AmBMBNT.
57 cl. Silk Mixed Ponfre .35
3S Inchon-- -edlriK colore.
WASH FABRtCB?BASBMWNT.
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