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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
BY BANKING LAWS
SAYS MAC VEAGH
Country Will Never Be Safe
Until They Are Amended He
Reports to Congrew.
DEFICIT FOR WILSON.
Nation's Finances Show Short
age of 153,730,433 inPresi-dent-ckvt's
W AMINO TOM, Ire. Htmnaly
urging rAdlnl reform ot the "mm
eonetl ntl tinst lentllli " banklne; and
currency eyatern nT the I'nlteil Btateg,
Kranklm MncVrnh. laereMafT of UW
Treaaiiry, freely wmi M fonareaa In hla
innunl report autiniltterl In-day Dial the
Federal t.nverntiicn hk lonar aa Mil
flre.ent aclicme txlet. will tie eaeln
Ively rwpoMlbll f"i tlli rnmiiien lnl,
Induatrlal and mni.il tis;ilers which
How from panics and i 1 1 h k , directly or
Indirectly, cvei y hnnie In the nation.
The rireitcnt yatolB promatM and de
velop penlca, and Icalelatlnn la urgent,
declares Mi. Ma-Vcagn In niitllnliiK hi
idea of the nn i i ji;iry general provl-
Inna of mi adeuUftti nllrf MWII
A aide from affoidlna: llcallilc ttMt elas
tic currency and icservca. audi a revl
aton. h" ny. thOVM hrhiK Hi" ha ka
Into oi anl.ed co-iipcrati'in and pro
vide for a central nancy Ihroimh wlileh
they rould murk together, free of po
litical or truat control.
DEFICIT OF $52,730,455 FOR WIL
SON'S FIRST YEAR.
A "rsic-llng 1" Mta ratlmntea of the
Tranry 1 irp:ll I no nl. the 8c
(orsaaa .1 ieflett IKHOtli ixeiuaive
of l'ana na Canal eXpafadttUfae, for the
In. al year ending J me H, It'll, the flrat
flecal yr of Prcaldcnt Wllaon'a Ad
ministration Including the -anal cx
peneea, the deficit h entlmaled nl .;'.
730,4!i6. The canal expenditures, he add,
however, may he jnltl under the law
from I'und aalea. The eallniated iv
celjHB for that year are (TlMIMNt
while the ordinary appropriation, nre
ea'lmatel at IHMMkMli and the anal
expenditures at 11,171.1":' rndoiilitedly
i iiln ..-., I. ..I. Ia ii lff wclalnti la -mn.l
ih. Hecrclary ainiouncea that thcae es- I twatltjl
tlmatri are based upon present condl
tlona and laws
For the current flacsl year, ending
June in. Ml, Mi MaeVeagh rstltiintea
.bat there will he a mii-pliia of JMi.'JUI.KHi,
eicluetve of 1'anamu ''anal expendi
ture, and a deficit of tl.mi.oot, includ
ing the ianal transaction. Me eall
matee recelpia for title year ut $711.
OM.rm and ordiury dlahuravmenti at
Xa oonnectlcB with Baaneial reform,
Mr. MaoTeaf h eera tba people are help
leee. under ealettng e.tle. Tbe preeent
eyetem never permlta free action at
I any time, becanee tta liability to endden
i conetraint and reetrlctlon le elwaye a
part of the netlon'e financial coneclona
"There never le a time." contlnnea tbe
ecretery of the Treaaary, "wbin there
le any lone; look ahead: eaccpt wlun we
j are In tbe mldet of a panic when there
. la a long look of dJeaeter ahead. There
la never a leajr look of eaae and con
J venience and proeperity ahead."
Iti the BTOp moving seieon, .Mr. Mv
I Vcacfi point" out. there la a ap'-ci il
stress and ri-imiiii and t.ic Snre;a-y
found an olJe"t leaaon Id" the inndltlnae
during the pit atittinu, when tie
bank wire ..ill.. I MpOft to flnsiiee i"
movement r, r record breaking erois,
iieeesai ta I ItiK fh" employment of nearly
ell of their available resource BOtftl
"in oofiatfletlng system."
NO RELIEF UNTIL CONGRESS
"Th a nllef. w hli h la M in senile
MwVn bf the legitimate awJlMM IRd
thterprfee of our tieop'e." he add-. "la
not relief from a financial altialioti
tiullt up l a fni mi l i! worll II-' If Icit
la front a aatfin ml cnndltlona alitor
Induoad by Ibe flm 1 1 iwnaejl and forced
upon the bwalnaai OOtfltltttnlty and uprtn
American eodety. The hanklna and
ctirrencv ayatem t e pro.luct of l-'ed-eral
l;iw and ttfrc can li no relief
from It until ConTfJCt beta nd lit h
ta why CofidTeealoiial n t on li urfbfii "
Ptrtntlnal out that the hank- fortunnie
ly had been nble to finance the crop
iiinwtnent of the pat auliimn unaided
by tbe t iovci n tern t, Uie HXPatalfy Mid
hut the anomnlnu rclmlctl between the
Treasury 1'i'pnrtnieiit null the K'ter.il
flftnnetal world la a part of the ay.-tr m
lb be reformed He nil. led "Twain
aania utfia of aetufti money out of the -opolntfy
rtnbnolbl tnt and tockina it up
aa a .le. i, i maiM in tic vatilla of iha
Treaaurv la a procee llnr an llnaelrntlflc
arid iiiireasonf hie u . tin other purl of
our an raa edited and iincieutirie banklni
and currency ayalent "
A relic meaaiire reforintnc the bank
lni ant cnrfaticy ayataifii the Kecretary
dnrlarea, "mttai Include), amoni it nt i-
! aary featurea. provlMlona for ncver-f.ill-I
line reeervei and navar-falllni I'liriviri,
land for the fierfcel eliit!.nl' nnd flex!
I blllty tif batftl ; for lite permiinenl or- !
IbBlMtlofl and oraanled o operat Ion f
the lianka, will-It are now ufftfim an'
eaualitei the nminn in itjfffr by rpaeon
of tt eir :,,. iflfij for a cntril
nfcTiii.-.. o raprewaTll and a t for the or
k'.ittl.id an I - ii-iiih-i t!vi hanks IM
iiK"r to he aeciirdv fr-e from bOlltldBl
or Irnai control, hut with the llnvern
ment ha.lriK ah. mute at. I Intimate nil -pervlalon
of It, for In lependent banking
unit n . 'el. -pendent thai no one bank
tan lie owned, controlled of ahared In In
rtrtv dcurce ptety or In liteetly, bv my
other hank . for the bqualllv of all hariUa.
national or (Mate, 1.0th a- to etandn- I
BJId aa to f.inctlona ao that ever .- i e.
4 rami nl made or a national hank m it
he compiled with equally by a fire
banll and every function or prlvlleao Pn
loyad by n Klale hank ahall he enjoyed
in- national bank! for t e utlllaatlon
and the fluidity of bank awatlj for lb
aelrntinc development of exebanaee 'o
meatlc and fon ian ; for fotelan banklnir
a an pdJtHlfft of o ;r fine, an 1 ommer e .
and for taking the Tirnautv Itepartn.en'
out of the hntiktnr? bualneai." 1
17 Minutes from Grand
Central to A. & S.
Subway Station Hoyt
10 Minutes from Jersey
City to Hoyt St. A.&S.
Subway Station by
Tunnel and Subway.
WOMAN WHO WAS KILLED
AT OWN REQUEST TO ESCAPE
SUFFERING WAS NOT SICK
Mnu BcgucTy Wis a Victim of;
Nerves, Doctors Kepurl Husband
Who Shot Her Still in Jail.
PA Tt IS. Her 4 That Mine, rter-uery.
atnTaTM huaband hot .her at her own re
nueat. w aa only a pronouficad hypochoit
drlac, and him n-'t euffpftyjaj fnan aft
Incurable dtaaUbi wna ti e opinion mule
puhllc to-day of medleal experle ap- I
pointed to examine the woTitan'a body.
They anld 11 wna normal and that ap
parently ebe waa th flctlffj of nervea.
Mine. Bf4TUe ey though I ahe had an In
enrahle dlaeaae, nnd lier huahand, he.id
of an ItiMirahec company, killed her tie.
catiae alie aaked It and then eUffWfljdered I
to the authoriuaa. lie i held for murder.
Xmas Special Day
News for Gift Seekers.
DURING THIS MONTH Thursday's bargain offers will take on added interest for those who are seeking (;il"ts With the approach of
Christmas, offerings such as these are donhlv appreciated bv those who desire to make their Christmas Budget go as far as possible. It is well to
note that all of the merchandise offered is new, fresh and clean and right up to the minute and that everv item is lower in price than itliywhcre else
Rousing offerings and remarkable savings.
rvnnn in lh llrnrnf.
m;it.K, BwltMrlMMl, Dve. 4 RfKani
tifrivy unnvvfall: hHv prrn.1ttd the
early itp.-nlns ol tht w(r,tr ypitrtn tea
nun. Which lt ROW l" full fwlrjr vory
Whtrt. Four KtiRltith ntiideni I wer
qillti prrlou.sly Injurpil to-day. Their
bobfttd dHfitird Into luirrlrr atntv
NouchfttH i.nd the youths Wtrt tiirown
Wllh 8r'Ht vlnlen'T, nl tr thrti nunVr
Ittfl frtirturp"! or tad pt .lins Somo
Antvrtoani ppd off on .md bTottht
up .1 Rod Croii ftiitomobllti nnd th
vlotlmi wort eoftytfod to a hospital.
GLEANS THE 111 AND MAKES II
L 25 CENT
In a few moments your hair looks soft, fluffy, lus
trous and abundant No falling hair or dandruff
Buret)' I rv a " Dr mleritie llnir Cleanae"
f vmt Uriah li inimeilialelv clnulile the
of your hair. J nt moisten a
pjath niili DandtriM agd dfg it care
fully llirntixli your hair, taking one
imnll ItraM al a lime; thii will clemwc
I he hair of duat, lirl or any exeeasive
oil. Ill a few momenta yon will lie
aaagad, Your hair w ill he wavy, fluffy
ami aliiitiitiint ami pogageg nil LbCOM
paruhle loftneaa, lustre nml luxtirianee,
the bgggty ami - In m in. r of true hair
Hes'ulea liraiilifying Ihe hair, one ap
plication of lluuilerine ilii.olvet everv
paylidg of Danilruff: cleanaea, purifies
nml Invigoratal the scalp, forever etop
plng Itching ami falling hair.
DagdffilM ia to tin- hair what fresh
ahowern of rain nml atinahinr are to
veyel at ion, ll goes right to thl roots.
In igiirntes anil slrenglhena them. Its
ex!,ilaraliiig, stinmlnlini; ami li(e-pro-dut
ilii; DroperteM rause the hair to
grow el. rlanUy long, strong and
you can surely have pretty, soft,
lustrous hair, anil lota of it, if you will
lull get a K.'i cent hoMle of Khowlton'a
DajMafiM from any drug alore or
loilcl counter anil try it as ilirreted.
Sights to Sec
Exhibition of Rare
Hirst Anniral Show of ttie
Brooklyn Aquarium Society
of rare small lish from Africa,
India, South America, Central
America and all over the
world. The smallest fish in
the world and vmic of the
Tlilrtl fW. finnt. Heat bejldjaa.
Most Fascinating Toy
See Santa Glaus in his re
pair shop. See the children's
Cottage, just big enough for
tiny tots to enter and with a
little living Grandma no high
er than Tom Thumb to re
ceive them. See the animal
caes, bjie magical drink bear
and cat, the doll's beauty
show and Ihe best assortment
of most wanted toys, at the
smallest prices in the city.
Wonderful Smocked Blouses Here, $7.50
Repeating a Remarkable Offering
RkrU'lirri Direst from the WalMs.
lace the sketch shows ihe design, but cannot Rive the de
ment when worn. In Manhattan declared a wonderful v
else in Brooklyn at any price here ii is at $7.50.
I ! CISC
W HEN THESE .
Smocked Blouses were
dvertlsed letore, we
aimnlv fou Id not ret i
enough to suppiv ihe
The requests lor a repetition "i
(he las: sale have been so frequent I
and so urgent that we made siren
UOUS efforts to obtain another lot of
rhese dainty Waists, and here they
are for Thursday, al the same price I
as formerly, $7.50.
There is some: bins; vcr dres-y
very pretty and unusually becom
ing in the Smock Blouse perhaps j
the prettiest idea that has conic lo
us from over ihe seas. There is a I
daintiness aboul ii that m.ikes it I
particularly appropriate with ihe (
-in . clinging drapery skin of ihe i
day. and a simplicity lhat appeals
io women of taste.
Net over flesh col ir chiffon, or a
foundation ot white muusseiine dc
sole, w ith jabot of the linest shadow
iarm of color or grace of the actual r
more khan double our price nowliere
lieaed flior. t .-.Ventral Bui! llnj
The 98c and 49c
Two beautiful bazaars on
the Second l-i , Central
Building, where nothing over
those prices i- sold and every
article an unm.uchable value
at the price. Hundred- of
different gifts for men. wont
Christmas Bazaar, rear
49c Christmas Bazaar,
Dine in the
a la Carte
menus near to
Note the special prices
luncheon and atternoon
elevators. ( irill room alia. lied
where men may snvke.
Tak etffiten in ft fat Court
: ti.ll) ' "
aaa a mm f am
IfltJSAiid Xmas Is Mighty Near!:
S LnIv UU HOjMLlV wo CASH DEPOSIT
ae m Airauryti K2KKs&f7J ,'a?Oal r
only your pronilsc to pay entitling you or any
worthy of credit to any purchase ol our high !
grade Furniture, Rug;, Beds. Go-Carts. on the
most favorable credit
terms. In any amount
from $5.00 up to
$13 Morris Chairs, $8.50
MArlOl (ANY tinish Irames, spring ,
seats and velour aishion seats and
k CI cn Dir.. D..L. AC,
fi.v rin rav.no, un-
iQ Weathered oak, witli picture deco
$2.50 Smokers' Stands, $2.00
Golden and fumed oak and mahogany finish, ;
with Ash 'fray, Cigar and Match Holders.
FeVJfa f:o ,r Caubnil anil Kaat i'. t ,f-
Women's $5.00 and $6.00 Silk
Srf Umbrellas, $3.08
EXTRAORDINARY V'AI UES, ever.il hundred pure
silk Umbrellas of exceptional quality ; the handles are
large sterling silver caps, either etched or engraved;
guaranteed for one vear's wear.
Men's and Women's $4-50 ! ilk Umbrellas. $2.95
Twilled silk UmbriHts, handlrt i! Kun metal, sus horn, ctpi horBi illver
caps, carved mission wood, Guaranteed for out vear's wear.
.Men's $6.00 and $7-00 Walking -Sticks, $4.98
The popular shapes, newest styles; very appropriate for Christmas lilt!
Decorative Linens Reduced to 59c
1 PhtJ lllll"l"l'V - a J IIh.h -am
cn l t rtm i i ituiiiu illicit i,cu-
i terpieces with Torchon lace edge and
r o insertion ana eyeiei macnine eni-
QJ kmUa.ii ,-.i,,.,.l" t,, et ai.-h alan
. -- wse.
Co some scalloped edge and embroid
ar erect Centerpieces and Doilies.
Sires: floor, rear,' Real u LtldhaS,
. Iteds, Go-Carts, on the !
25c Pocket Knives, 19c Each
POCKET KN1VLS with fancy
handles, two blades; value 25c, at
19c. each. A good suggestion to
Sunday school teachers.
15c Embroidery Scissors, 8c
Gilt or nickel handles.
I Cutlery Stnra. Street floor, rear. Central Bmlilinj
15c Crinkle Seersucker, 10c a Yd.
JUST 1,881 ards of an extra good, grade of old
fashioned Crinkle Seersucker; a rough fabric that needs
no ironing; a good assortment of stripes in the best col
ors. These come from the mill in 10 to 20 yard
lengths, but we will cut any length. Store orders only.
aunwi) f'.iior. fTeat BnlMia.
German China Cake Sets, $1.29
w - SEVEN PIECES, exauisltely dec
jey or.ited in a variety of blended colors
ilfo and floral designs in natural colors,
"fjl highly Illuminated with gold; set
GS consists of large Tray vvlth open
9 handles and six individual l-Mates.
89c American Cut Glass Olive or Spoon
A PhPFHCT HIEGli of crystal, handsomely cut in a
combination of fine dcalgns, flnlihad .v.;h iii-ep scal
loped eitge. Slore orders onl) ind none C 11 D.
labteai Honr, On teal liflajaf ,
I' lilt! 1IK I IttSIl eV Other 1 X
!WeOUf W All flair l llla.li 1 P.- I:.rl,.,
aiigyaiue. i rnchln lV Sullca
ee en. i aaaHM urn
A Really Sensational Bargain In S-Plece III Parlor Suites.
lite deaign; till cslra liirne. fitu'ly btlllt lid finished ptactaa, in binly
polished maliuKliny finish, with lurge ell feet, sprint! Mat!, nun-
plete with nilu plush iooaa euakloM, with silk eotdlag QQ CCA
and taaarla; an artunl .15 value; only OwtuU
Sale of Rugs
ItrusaeK Rugs, pretl y
pnttrrns, x lid .
It.; value If QQ
1 1 0.04 1 ipaeial iesu
all wool, beautiful 3
.ina, heavy grmle,
tlx I feet vat-
Wilton Velvet Ruj .
beautiful aaaoi iu uti,
for lis Imperial Leather
t ouch, like design, open spring.
aanitary liase, gulden oak frame, carved
feet, closely tufted, Imperial leather up
Men's House Coats Xmas Stock
Exclusive Styles Greatest Values
- Pine reversible cloths in new designs, many exclusive
jfjy $3.50. $4.25. $4.95. $6.95. $8.95 and $10.85
a Matelasse House (xiats, over a new Tuxedo model, gros
ja gT'iin facing, black grounds with red, white, blue and
brown figures $15.00
Men s $3 to $7.50 Fancy Waistcoats. $1.95, $2.95 & $3.50
Clearance of our best Waistcoat maker's stock, with every pop
ular style represented in the assortment ; regular or stout sizes.
Second floor. Rotunda, Central Uullitlni. and Heennd floor. Ilee'a I' Mini.
Women's 25c Under
PLBEOG lined Un-
dervesis, ot) llMVt
a'ikie Drawan to
match, si'.ghl Imptr-
fKtlont. ; .on or
White. Waiter weight cotton,
long nl short sleeves; inkle
length. Slight iniponections.
Street, floor, front, t'entril Hieldlnj.
Women's Evening Slippers, $1.08
PATENT LEATHER and dull kid, opera stj
beaded vamps, light weight, turn SOleS,hlgh broad heels.
W 1 L 11
Men's $1.00 Domet Pajamas, 70c.
STRIPED domet Pajamas, neat designs, in pinks and blues,
made-in very best manner and finished with loops and pearl buttons.
Street Rear, feint, Kjat aeaiililtai.
Q AQ lor These Babies' Salcty
e1 f'rlbi. in fin.- white eaimaT.
With patent drop la(at) sides ami
tprlngl, Btlttreai and valance are
1 1 OPEN SAT. EVENINGS
for thi se au Vene- I
tlan Uron I luhis I
in WOUbl iron, opai glass
dome, Kith cut glaae jew
WOO t0Cenl,HonrlUe., (1
$7.00 1 anyy 1 ianuua3,4Ji iwpaj.v i
IN THE lOT are velvet, fur, silk and fine imported novelties ;
mostly one of a style just a sample line used for import.
ateeat floor, ranter. I'.ntral Banding.
.B. A. ot Dm, nun
' jii.t Wine l-roe Hi it-
' I s Is i ' T-V,
large cms, regular
ly He, at. . . 10c
Seidliti Powders, U.
S P, regularly 9e., at....l2:
Store orders only on all items.
H:rret floor, fraat, tsutrsl 'i .
$4 Acr,r Ostrich Plumes, $1.95
ert THE MUCH DliSlRBD shaded Plume-. 1 ich is
gri lull 16 inches long, fully curled, ihe Hues curled over
vo the stem, giving a rich effect. All are two toned or
shaded effects, such as taupe shaded to white, brown
CjsS to champafne, French blue and American Beauty, etc.
m The manufacturer made this. special lot to rtur ordlw at
our price so here the) are at $1.95 instead oj S4.0t,
StrPfl fl"i . ii' i't- I ill K :,i 1 1 Hat.
for 11.11 ChlM'
- (tn. in K)ldrn oak; leatherette
lHilit, .14 ins. high.
tt JC n.i.!. i. - A. tt O AO
apu.uv reuicoais ai aja3.vo
Of Beautiful Silk Crepe de Chine
wa CRBPB DP OHINfi Petticoats r-veninir slu.lss arut
white; made with a deep plaited net flounce, finished
itrith riDDou at b( ttom, with dainty scalloped lace
flounce set on over the net. Store orders onl v.
Others at $5.98, $6.48. $7.98 and $9.98.
Btontxl flnrr. ti Riril.lQf.
85c Books of Poems,
A CAREFULLY SF
LECTBO LIST of the
best known poets of
the world, daintily
padded covers, with
title in gold; each In a box.
Mrs. Browning. Robert Brown
tnf. Bryant. Burns. Byron.
Courtship ol Miles Staiidish.
Ralph Wtldo Bmtrson Cvange
Itne. Favorite Poems. Hiawatha.
Holmrs, Longfellow, Love Poems,
Lowell Lucille. Milton. Moore.
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.
Scott Tennyson. Whittier.
tort flfKM-. rear. 1 Bicltlni
Christmas Toys Underpriced
Three Very Special Offerings
AT TUP REGULAR PRICES we quote, they would be good
value. Now we have reduced them for this special Msl to Malt
Price and Less.
Pike's Peak Railroad, regularly gt.00, at 49c.
Sewing Sets, regularly 24c. to Sl.'W, at 12c. lo 98c.
Uoll Dresses, 4')c. to ?2.4() kind, a! 24c. to $1.24.
Kt irrh f ,. r -i it AlMmm
Cretonne Covered Baskets and Boxes
Exceptionally Pretty Art Embroidery Offers
WE HAVP. BEliN FORTUNATE in securing a lot of Scrap
Baskets, (alove, Handkerchief and Ulllttj Boxes, covered with dain
ty cretonne in assorted patterns and colon and so well did we buy
ihem that we shall put the very smallest prices mi Ihcm 19c
and 24c. each. n .,r w... !,.
i inxis, ins. tugn.