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UN RECORDS FOR BANKS
Supt. Van Tuyl in Report Shows
Resources of $4,134,165.563.
LIQUIDATION HASTENED
Head of Banidng Department
Embarrassed by Existing Con?
tracts for Legal Work.
Alhon*. .Ian ' Van Tuyl, jr..
Superintendent "f Banna, in hlo annual re?
pon i*, the Laegislsture ohowa tint In re*
benkfl ?>f th? slat?* have
reach r record, r-ntceedln** H.0?????>,
?I announeea that a special endeavor
u o to heel ??? k <>f liquidating
Instil ? ? which had been closed during
prevloui admlnlstretlone and. If possible, ??>
? i. o pece in the work ?>f realising on I
Buch ' remained to th?? institutions
in order that depooltore ami creditors
r ? ret ? kve ( i posolble i oni Id
eration
erintendent, however, wno immo
diiitely confronted with an extremely ?*ni
barrassing situation It was found that
s?.?->n after ti?<* present Governor of th?*
s'.??. assume?, oflec contracta had been en?
tered Into by which .tlu* l?*cal work In con
nection with ail tin* closed Institutions ex
< opt ouf bad been plac? >i in the i?an>is of a
eii?8;l?' firm of attorneyo. th?* llndtetlon on
the ?'harties tor such oervlceo as were
rendered by tbcni being based on a per?
centage of the sums collected, after the
analogv of th<* nc? iv. r.*-liii> system of
liquidation, although subject t*i th*? n?>
proval of the Superintendent of Hanks.
?erlodo complaints were?received from the
'depoeltore of felled Institutions with ref?
erence to the epperenl neglect to enforce
collection of clalmo by suit when necee
and tiic failure vigorously t<> proso
cute units already instituted. Theee
chargea were supplemented and reinforced
by similar complainte i*eeelved from ex
amlnero of the departnMnl In charge of the
liquidation Of various institutions.
A* the Mii??st favorable explanation of
th** vexatious delays resulting from this
condition ?ess based on the Immensity ?if
th?' work undertaken bj this one firm and
the Impossibility <>f its responsible mem
b? i s passing <>n oo many varied end impor?
tant questions within a reasonable time.
tii" ? ?inclusion w ?s reached that *?. dl?
Vlsion of the w?*;k was necessary if the
voik "f inundation was i" be conducted
in an energetic and economical manner.
Bills Seemed Excessive.
? ui ealUng for billa ll was found that no
-wtUemenl had be? n made f??r o long time
and that the pre?' log head ?if the depart
had not approved bills for services
g lus term ol ofhee. The
bills preoented seemed,
ceeelve, if nol exorbitant, thai approving
listing condltlono did not
? : Justifiable, ?mi requesting the return
,.i securittH and papero in their ;
ri order to divide the work among a
sufficient number of attorneyo to Insure
ly action the department was met
with a r?*fus;il on the ground thai it
onlghl i.? neceeeary for th? ??? to take ad?
vantage of their attorneyo' Hen on these
papero in order to compel 'he department
to pay their clalmo as pi. - nted
\ similar j<??siti.ni was taken by other
ettorneyo who had beei employed by one
of the flailed institutions before li closed
and had in i luir poooeeeton a lai-.-*
irltleo ami whoec 'ill*- the retir?
i' i s ?? ? rlntendenl ha?i refused t<> pay on
? n- gioun la a- o result of th?
thee diffei ? nl attorneys
>tili In pooeeoolon <>r some of the
opert) "f the failed Institu?
?s? ? .: the fiscal year more
than lour months iftei the office had
peaeed .'? Hi? presenl Incumbent.
Notwithstanding these condltlono In the
foui inontlis the liquidation bureau of the
?n. m paid dividendo to depoolt?
creditors of lrn? closed institutions.
In addition, <>n November it, there **..i.-*
poM a ; ui lb? r dtvid? I per c< nl to
the '??? of th? V"itl f i n Hank of
New 1 ?>rk. VVltb th>- disbursements to the
ai Institutions mentioned there has
to th? creatttora and depositors
of failed laoUtutlone the following amounts;
? ?a Bank of ' . ,
r ? ri? an Bank.
Lafayette Trust l'omiaen). BO i
.
ngtnn ?Savin? Bank.
I'* ? -
Liquidation of Brooklyn Banks.
The liquidation of the failed banks in
***rookl**n lo largely o real ?state ?rroposi
tioti, and therefore advances mor?' slowly
than with other clooed bank-, it lias boon
a matter ?.f oongratulatlon thai n first div?
idend could in- paid to the depordtoro "f the
HorouKh Bank <'f Broklyn without swatting
the revival ?>f tlie real ?st.it?? market, in
the Union Hank of Brooklyn ii?" Special
Deputy Superintendent of Hanks in charge
of th?*- liquidation la itlll delving Into lb
assets ami making such ? oil? ?t ions Bf at'
posalbk in view ??f tl??- condition of thi
estate mark-el ami hastening the r?silia
ti?.ti <>n th.- assets wherever possible. Thi
situation is so'.difficult tiiat it is impossibl?
..: tbe pris?m iim? t?. predlci ti1.it?onv
Figures to sb-trw thai the banking bui
of th?- itate hat been generally prosperou
I v??.. Compar?t!*e statistics <?f ti"
cost ??t' bank examinations ?under th?- .-tat
ami national banking aystema maki ?? gral
ifying ixhihit for th?* New v??rk depari
? ? *
The several classes of institutions und?
the supervision of the Super! l
Banks reported aggregate resourcea <?f $4.
n li rease from th?- prevloui
(?f (1260,151,270. This oggregat? "f re
sourest Is ?? new high record, showing ?
gain of ?"??vm?:!*.:,:*. over IBB, when the pre
vu? 11 h maximum was attain? d.
Sim*, iu organisation the liquidation bu
tea* in the Banking Department has pni?
??tit total dividend! to the creditors of fail.?
Institutions amounting to $3,66-1,011. In ad
dltlon t?. the amount paid oui in dlvldendi
t" creditors, loans ogregatlng ?i.?'.?'.??." i
owing at the Urn? of their suspension b*>
'??t-tayi of thi Institutions have been poll
off.
Recommendations.
In his recotnmendatlona to the Legislat
iu Superintendent Van Tuyl says:
Prior t?> the y-uar UM many wcalled for
mortgage, loan or investment com?
panies were engaged In business in thi
state practically without supervision
Prominent among them were the so-called
Western farm mortgage compant? s.
Through tif failure ?>f many of th?es.r
i'"iaiioiis at about this time large sum- ..t
money were lost t?. the people of this state,
?nal the necessity of placing auch corpora?
tions under adequate supervision was
brought home t?> th.* Legislatur? and the
people of the state generally. In an en?
rieavor to bring all corporations of this
genera] character under the supervision of
S iperlntendent of Hanks the definition
a?loi?t?-.l and Inserted in the banking law In
I*-:?:*: was very broad and general in it.-?
terms.
I have no desire to extend the Jurisdic?
tion of this department or i?> add t?> its
responsibilities. I think, however, that thr
legislature might well give consideration
to this matt? r and more ? i? srtj define mort?
gage, loan >.r Investment corporations .*?n?i
the jurisdiction of this department with
reference t?> them. The advisability of at?
tempting to protect the Investing public,
illy small investors, against thi
fraudulent or di ci ptlve aale of inadequately
secured bonds, contracts, and even stocks,
Is receiving the attention of the L?egls
ol man) states.
1 wish to ?all voui attention to the ne?
cessity ?if affording further protection to
the depositors in the savlnga banks >.f this
state by requiring every savings hank t??
accumulate an adequate surplus While
officers ami trustees of savings hanks are
usually judicious and conservative, the
rivalry that almost necessarily exists bo
tween different savings Institution? and
ih.? competition for deposita with national
and state hanks and trust c?ompanles thai
has resulted from those nlstitutlons pay?
ing high rates of intorr.it upon what are
? i?-noini!iat? ?l ?-?p? rial Interest accounts"
accontuat?'8 and increases the natural d?s
sire of th.* officers and trustee? ??f savingi
hanks to make as large a return as possi?
ble t?. depositors. This desire to make ?.
large hnm-adlate return to depositors bj
way of dividend, usuall) miscall?-?! "inter?
est," Is, of course, in direct conflict with
the own more important purpose of ac?
cumulating a sufficient surplus to safe?
guard beyond question the deposita them?
selves, ami cannot L>* harmonize.I with it.
Thi possible dangen of allowing unre?
stricted dividend or Interest payments t?>
depositors by Institutions which I
comparatively "-mall surplus have become
apparent to the officers of savings hanks
throughout* the state. an?i i am informed
that both ths Si.'to Bavingi Bank Associa?
tion and other? interested in this question
will present hill? making ii compulsory
upon offlcera and trustees of savings hanks
to a? cumulate i reasonable surplus. Thi?
? an. of emirs?*, only be aceompilshisd i>y
lin-itit'K in some way the return to de?
positors until auch surplus has boon ac?
cumulate. I trust that some satisfactory
solution "f the question? inv ?Ived will be
reached during your present session and
prop? r legislation enacted.
0
BUYS THE DURYEA PROPERTY
Mayor Hinck of Montclair Said to
Have Paid $150.000.
Montclair. S. .i Jan ". (Special). Mayor
Krnesl ?'. iiin?k has purchased the house
of th?* hit?' Walter K. Dury?-a, the mllllon
oire who died last spring after living nine
years with a broken neck. The house
which la on Lorraine avenue, la sun-f.un.1ed
by eight aerea of ground. It is said thai
he paid H80.OOO for the property. Mayoi
j Hinck acquired the property from Ml -
i Elinor Peregrin. Mi. Duryea's nur-1 . who
! last week purchased from Mr. Hin?k a
|gi>,000 house on M? Irose Pia??<?. in the south
i . nd "f the town.
Th?- Lorn?ne avenue house h ?i become
the property of Mlaa Peregrin before th?
death of Mr. Duryea. who .bequeathed het
th?* hulk of i is ? state, estimated at |1 ?
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QUITS AFTER SCHOOL ROW.
There la a r?.w In the Jersey City High
School -.mi Charles C. Wilson, ti??- vi? ? -
principal, bos tender-ed hla resignation. The
technical and Industrial department ??f the
school is aboul to open, and Prank Math
ewson has been appointed director. The
:< Is over the action <?f Presid? ni Ten
nant of the Board of Education, supported
by the other members of the high school
committee, giving Matbewson co-ordinate
authority With Principal Hopkins of the
L High School and ranking him above Wilson.
?US NEW Y? Mffl
"Best Governed City," Says
Mayor of Hoboken.
25 IN CHARTER CONFERENCE
Gov. Wilson Promises to Have
Committee Appointed to Draw
Up "Sample Charter."
??\vw >">!< is the h.st governed city fr
v . lue ?'? th. wise and forceful ad?
ministration of Mayoi Oaynor," said M?rtir
Cooke, th? newly elected Democratic Mayoi
of Hoboken, In talking to twent?. ft*,*? may?
?us of New Jereey cities, who had gathered
yesterday at th? home <?f Mrs. Caroline M
Alexander, Castle Point, lo dlsa-uss wsyi
and m? ms of bringing Ihelr antiquated
charters up to <l.?t.. Ma y m ?'',.,)?.? als.
favored the power of appointment and re?
moval, which New "fork's ."...nor lia**, and
he urged it*- adoption In the chart? ol
x? w J< roey i Itles.
Mr*-. Alexander, at whose home the , on
fereni. wso held, Is ..n.' ..t ?
women suffragists nl the stet? , i-'1" * '?1
there was no significance In the gatherino
there, as charters wer? too compll? u
foi women to understand.
"We teel it ?'art of our duty," she added,
i" ?ring tli?' men together in conferences
of this oorl i?? discuss questions of thl
kind which have so much to do with good
yuM i nm> irt of our . Hies."
Governor Wilson presided at i.nfer
ence, "'A Mayor," said the Governor, "has
o ?"itliiult position to fill. H?* is sometimes
discredited beeatJee there are things he
waits to do, would y<u- t?> .i... but can't
beta uso <?:' the tangle he Is mixed ni? In
by the dty i bai 1er. i am opposed to
<i?jes of this stat?* being governed In fle?
ta! from Trenton and favor potting local
government Into the hands of Iho peopli
?>f. nch par tl?ulgr locality."
r. .ieri?k W. Donnelly, Mayor of Tren
t<*>b. wlit? h has th?* commission form of
gorernment, highly praioed this method <f
conducting public business. He said thai
In the f.uir months tint the comml lion h ?
b."-*n in power th.- <'it\ Hall had been trans?
formed from a pol?tica] gathering place Into
,? leadquartere for ??f?lclenl publl? sei
The men employod by the city, he said,
weie nt thrlr desks from 9 o'clock In th?
morning un'il i o'clock in th? evening, and
politico was entirely eliminated
All th?* meetingo of the n wert1
held in tho open, bo s ii?i, not be?
ing .'? politician, ho stood o better 'innre
of Kettln?; ?n even break when the public
looked on. Although i'" rommloolon n
???.-t."! i" nxt ?? 1109,000 the firs! ?? ? u of
its existence, Mr. Donnellj said, the t..\
rate next year would be Igh, I
people had ool heretofore I
n i In their affaira
Neither Mayor Wittpenn ?>f Jergey CIU
?i<rr Mayor McBride of Patorson II
t the commlool n ortn of ?
?as an ideal on? Pat? 11 '!? bao th? rep i
tatlon of being the beol governed city In
New Jereey The Mayor i=?. - the pow? of
sppolntmeni ?>f all offleero, includ
finance commit*?? Th? i...-..fin, Pot*
croon f'tni of government i?as been due to
n great extent t?i th? m? o opi oint?
Mayor McBride t" uns committee, nil of
lhem being men of high standing In the
community.
Mayor Wittpenn i aid i lo Idi ?? of city
government woo to el Mayor and give
him oomph t< ? wei ol
removal
Oovernoi Wlloon old he bell? ? i In th?
on !"? m . r govi rntnent. 11? I
that w ii. Mayor Wit I
sented th? prevailing American opinion, n?i
?m.* nun nao competen! to r.nn th? en
ovemm? n< ol ? ? ? Ity In hl i thinking
box. "What goes on In o man s mind
is not ma'!.* pul
brought out in ?.* hot? 1 In II? .
mon council "
Hem i; . tor of t ht Bun
Munidpsl Rei ? n j ild he I
? ommloelon foi m ol gorei nmenl afforde?1
the be I systt m of controlling pul
fall i. i ?i All? n, of l he same
he agreed with Mayor Cooke thai New
York City was well governed |usl now.
"Two resi ildn't
tell whether New Vork ..?a..i ?? ?
hsd (flO.OfJ ,001 owing lo the oil
we ' an tell the financial condition ? I
?ity in five minutes." Nearl* ell <>f th?*
? i*. ai tm< i m in
creet? I e of the
Installation methods
?lust before the conference ailjourne?]
Maj or I iah ol U-n Ison cr? ated much
amusem? nt by saying thai he >li?i noi know
Just ?.?, h) he atti n?l< i the ? onf? renca ..
? itizens ol bis cli
charter and didn't wani a
Thi conference adjourned aft? r ps
oiutlon asking Governor Wilson to ap?
point B ? ommll lee lo draw up a sample
charter. This the Governor agreed to i\<>
' as .i pria .- publli ..i'
fairs with ids fellow citizens, bul i
Governor of New Jersey." No dnt? wa
tiv.fl for another meeting of the ma
-*??""*
>r*..-8?.\ <& U. S. Department of Agriculture.
\ \ *? ao.sv weather BUREAU
WH^IS L. MOORE Chief.
t 30?1 f* ?o a
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OUTER APPAREL MilJJNEWf *P ^
FOR WOMEN, MISSES .aW JUNIORS
Semi-Annual Clearance
Offering values that insure a continuance of the marked
success with which these Sales have met. Outer Apparel
and Milimery of the most distinctive sort at Halt and
Less Than Half Former Prices; and the most
fashionable Furs at Reductions of One-third to
Half Former Prices, ^or example
Entire Stock of Dress and Semi-dress
Hats at $ 10 & $ 1 5 Art.
Imported Model Hats-tfa/f Price and Less
loMtivrly no good? Ml on approval - r?-s?Tv<-*d -cxchan^cl-or "???'
fifth flwnw at Mb Strc?
mtf*
Shirts Dress and Semi
Dress with our mark
??ire made with the
same care that lias
made our collar
famous.
EARL & WILSON.
Ask for our No. 5 Shirt.
DOUBT ON OPEN PRIMARIES
New Jersey Republican National
Committeeman Raises Point.
1er Governor Franklin Murphy, m?m
I the Rspuhllean National CommlttM
front New Jersey, aaid yesterday that 11
*?-..?> not certain that the delegstes to th<
coming Republican National Convention
fron his .-t.?t? aroold if chosen ?*?t th.- ov?*n
? in May.
At the aeselon ?>f the Republican N.i
lionsl Committee recently held In Washing?
ton." aaid Mr Murphy yesterday, 11 waa
\.?t??i * * tataa In which preferential prl
- wets pr?vida?! by law ahouM alset
delegates by thai means provldsd th?
staii- committee gave it? approval in each
? UK.
"Tiii? m^iim that before the old conven*
lyltem of alactlm delegates N ?Ion.?
away with in New Jerse) the atata com?
mu?t kIw its approval, i presume
>r Rrtgge, who i- chairman of
oui stati committee, will ??ill ths commit*
t?. together some tlm>' In January to ?lia
< ?l!"M t ' i
Id I ... ,|?, [I,,,, Jo
appro? *i primai *. im ihod ??*
ing di i* gsti .?i? h '? resting ?Ituatton would
? would th? n h?? ?ho-KTi
under the old convention ayatem, ami a
rtr? 11.:- *? i develop within ths
MONTCLAIR SCHOOL HEAD QUITS.
r, N .1 Jan I (8p< dal) Randall
gpaulding, who has been head ??f the Mont
tola a- principal and auperintend
<nt f??i nearl) thirty-eight yeara, baa ten?
dered his resignation t?? uk?-- f-tY<*?*t at the
? nd ??t tbl ?-? I . t? rni ti?At .Inn.-. Tl
...i waa accepted at a meeting "f the
Board ..' Bdu?cmtlon last nicht. Mr Spauld
liit glvi a as 1.1 h i? .i ??t. for i? tin n< nt that
be deal rea t?> >-?!?.? tha ne? board an oppoi
tunlt) t" aelecl a aupsrlntendent with
whom it would f? ? i ni"'?- at liberty t?. ? art .
certain reforma thai are contemplat-sd
:?> lt.- mi mi?? rs.
EGAN APPEALS FROM SENTENCE.
Tn m.m. N. I . Jan I Foi mer Collector
Stephen M. Bgaa', ?-i Hudson *'ouiit>. who
?na- m terday sent?imced by Justice Bwsysa
In J< is? | cil) t?? psy a Una of fl.tM, and to
no) lest than one nor tn?>n- than
yeara m state prison, to-day Died ?
writ or error In tha Supreme ?"urt asking
thai the *-? nten? ? and ? ? ? ? v i ? lion be re*
vl? u. ?i by that court
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FINED FOR ELECTION FRAUDS.
Ma) Landii g, N, .1 . Jan I Bsven m-^n
who had rlthei p|e?sded guilty or non vull
'?i rharg-m <>f election frauda al Atlantic
i. were sentenciad lo-daj by Juatice
Kaiiscli t?? tn ? ? ranging from $100 V
I ? Ka? hMl.. Republican I? adi r <?i At?
lantic ? "it v. who was convicted on ;? i*harsc
of parti. ?j-atlng in t lie award of a c< *
m hfl? a m? tu)?, i ..f the Water Board, \*.i'l
*.-? nci ?i January 21.
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MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATUR! AI.M.W.M'
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WIRELESS REPORTS.
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INCOMING STEAMERS
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"???I R%
Overcoat? have struck their
gait.
As many rough shaggy coats
now worn as the more conser?
vative friezes and meltons with
velvet collars.
Kven * w here you're going to
wear it" makes little difference
hot h sorts are worn every?
where.
Your money's worth of ser
\ ice or your money hack.
*IH to $70.
Have you seen our "F?ala"
sleeping suits for exhilarating
open air naps?
I'or grownups and children.
Shots with a shining reputa?
tion for long lasting shine.
Sueur Enamel Leather.
RooEBfl TiT-T ??v Company.
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St
.lia l.i' i ?.. 12:00m *t no p rn
I Aileghany. Hau. H \. loopm 1:00pm
\ .? . ill Nti . ? i ..' re. .... ?< OU p m
I Hamburg, Naples, II A .... - ? ft ?a? a m
I?' ,'f Montgomery, Bav, S?. 3-00 p m
Brunswick, Mai lor? ?> l.uopm
FRIDAY, jam AitY I
?liSllS, I I ?nl.1.1,1 In ?a? ,, m |?J no , ,
? ?,,??... i*. ??.,-., Booth 12 ?Mm 3:00 pm
s ..i Ir.r.'.- iti*. .Lin. Prince. 13 ?CO ra :t ou ,, m
: ??. Mont'v'o, i/p i 11 in ?a? ?, | ?ai >, ?a
i intu?s Tamplro, Ward 13 00 m
.. ?I'.'l. 1 .?? m
SATURDAY, JANUARY ?<
Sam i"u Southampton, tmSiOOa? ?i:-ram
Kasonla, Liverpool. Cuniard t*Kin l??:?rf>am
A mer Ik?, llarnl.iirit. Ilmnl, A 7. ;*? a lu It.oOaiU
i'aronla, runrhal. Cunard 0:00 am IS.OOis
t'srallna, Dan Juan, N vAl'lt it:??? a m 12:00 m
-t khi-. H v ,v Dem 0:00 am ItiBtnt
Tlvlves, Jatnaica, U P Co 0:20am 12:00 m
ilHMina. Hin.?nil. Win.I ..10:00 S m 1 00 ; im
V trato, Colon R M s i' 10:90 a m i 00 p m
, i. ' Hamb-Am.il:00asa 2:00pm
? Trliil.la.l. '.'i.'? Il (nain 2*00 p m
l'uru Kl de Janeiro, Bras. 12:00m :: ??> ?. m
Madawaska, Montevideo, Bai 12:00 m :( ?h? |. m
M ... I or,.!.,u. At T .- lO.oOatll
. .?a. \n.-hor. - 10*00 S ?
lirillitn ..- 11 00 a in
(? ..t Savannah, Bavas'h. Bat - i oo \> m
Iroquolt Jacksonville, CHyAa.- i ??? p m
? Into, rial?.?r.,n. Mal'/ - 1:0O p m
Concho, rampa, Mal lory*. ??- i .nu pre
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
pcatlnatioa and ateamei Cleaa la M, I P. M.
Hawaii, lacan. ? ..r. a. ?Titila (via
i-ai? Francisco) Chivo Mam Jan ,*i, 6:30
Jasan, Orea, China, Philippine? (via
van, .m*, ri? Empresa .t Japan...Jan .'>. l> 30
Tahiti. MirtHISSSS. I'ook lalanl?.
Htm Zealand, Auatialla (via San
Ft tu la o Tahlil .Jan i\ 6:30
Hawaii, Japan, Corea, China, Phiii*,.
lui?- (via .-.in Francisco) Inaln
Mam .Ian U, AM
Il ni Is, .**. ? S Z.'iilaii'l. An?
1rs i.? (via Jan Francisco) H?*r?.trlk
Ibsen .hin u. I .'to
Piji Istsnds, Bamosn Isismls, New
?ltd, Amurilla (via Van? ouver)
?ralandla .Jan 10. ?1:30
Tahiti a.'i'i Marquesas <\ta Han
Francisco) Msrtposs .Jan 28, 6 30
Ouam Philippines ?via s.in Kran
? i transpon .lar? ;il, 6.30
SHIPPING NEWS
Port ol New York, Wednesday, Janu
l**f ;,, 1912.
XUHtX CD
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h ala li..?'. n lanuar? 2. i i Norton a ("on, with
? .. ..' I" N a in.
? ? ? ii 11 ? ' |?u? noa x.i..-. i '? . m bei
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January Sale
Gossard Corsets
At About Half Price.
Unusual vaines in this well-known lace front Corset
in all ?ize-, 1? to 36.
Of French Coutil, $3.00. Formerly $&00.
Of French Batiste and Coutil, $4.75. For?
merly $8.50.
Of Fancy Broche and Silk, $6.50. Formerly
$10.00 and 12.00.
French Vall?da Corsets
Discontinued Models at $3.50. Made from
fancy Silk ami Plain French ('?nuils <.f best ?"|tialitv.
Formerly $10.00, 12.50. 14.50 t?, 18.00.
This Sale also includes French and American Lin?
gerie, Ladies'Outer Garments, Hosiery, Neckwear and
Housekeeping Linens of all kinds.
James McCutcheon & Co., m
5th Ave. and 34th St. w?&* I
AMUSEMENTS.
?
0thAT.,<tg4-44tfa L) i v m?*t ???. BaatSaatafl. Ev.8
AROUND THE WORLD
?it < on.tantino \li? e MeUen Pop.
Sun. i I.uba d'Ale*an?lrn???ik.Y. prlcea.
Kve. RttMlaa H* mphony On h ?-Ht rai Senti nom
MAXIME Th?a . :t!ilh. bel. FVway & ?th Av.
t M.itiTT * Bv? I :.? Mati Wad A- S?al - 30
GRACE GEORGE TUMP
P!ayhou56;^^..!.;,^I?^;|^^;>^,:1''
BOUGHT AND PAID FM anV-;.r,v
William <*olller"* COMEDY, Hat, E- of B'way.
jaBAS JIMN PUILHMSTRIIIGS
ini.vs, B'way, 30th. Mati.T'ra'w & Bat I
Weak. Ev5.s
KINDLING."
Marcar?? ii i lyQTQU Laat v:
casino "attar- PEGGY
MjMiim S^tnrilnv. 9 IB ? UUUI
Muaie by
Laalt?
..... ?_? -.-, I WWUI SI
Munlutltaii " H.. 8*11 I -* ? ?*. Erf a 8:13
Mat Bat. Law Field? In Th? Hen Peck?.
Nos) Weak. TIIK GAMBLERS
AMUSEMENTS.
Win ? tn uflHUkN Phons ?Il Columbus
Matinee Toda?, !>Oc, Iff, and Beet Seat? $1.
BI?; NEW MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT,
"VERA VIOLETTA"
(?sli) li.'.|.\-,. Annette Kellermann. Star faut.
**! \I>\V M?,HT?HI?. ( ?IM V.KT
BKOAIHVAY Th?? . ? ii .*, !i s ,\. Kvgs" ?Tl.*.
Mats.WV.i. lu-jj.*.,? T.?a Baa <*..ini.- opera by
*, .*?,? Tlic WBIOIng IliP Reslnald de Koven.
MTH ST. TlieH., 5th, n? B*way. ?
??A Grand Jam- Tur ii|| I ItlU Hats. Wet
hora, World. I llL mlLLIUn ... SatJ?O.
Is?. Fields' HERALD M*.. H'v ?-? M K** >? to.
'T,^', ;;:'' GRACE LA RUE b*.t>i
HKI.lNMN?. "?TUET MONDAY.
THE MILLION
?III Transfer from the :<9th Mreef to Thl?
Theatre A?count Ij?rsrr ( Hatttf.
skats ON BALE?TIMELY PRICES,
ENTIRE ORCHESTRA, 11.50. Bal . ?1 * tbt.
Wed M^r Entire Orch.. >1; Entire Pal.. ?V***.
I > HI? . I-.!, West "f B'way. " Evenln?. S I "?
7^ LITTLE BOY BLUE
U-FCT CMII 12 ' W. of 8th Ave
WCdl tftU All-Star ?*aat In I'IMIOItK
N? ?? U. k Margaret llllngton m Kindling.
METROPOLITAN ?SB?
To-ulght ut S -Lohetani ?ai Rumolan Ilallet.
Mmr. cacUki MM Jadlowkar, Wlth-mpoaa,
Hlnnhaw. Murphy i.jii't. H?-ilZ.
Frl. y.xg. a: - Aida. Mm?M Oa-iaM, Mat
zen.?u??r. Spark?"?; MM. Caruao, i'i'l>. S?*gut*ola.
tiinthaw. l'onri.. Toacanial
Sal. Aft. at 2 18 I-e Donne ?t iirio??-. Km?
f-'ariar. Alten. Maubourn. Kornia; MM. .la.l
l'.w k-r, Bcottl, Dldur. .S-'gurola l'oml, To??*anliil.
Sat. Eva. at 8 -Sp.-oiai p.-rf'?-.-?I.a Traviata.
Min-M retrazzinl. Mattfeld ; MM.Smirnoff, Amato.
Hart... R?*aebl(ltaa, H?-aue. ?'ond.. Sturanl.
?aa. F.sK. al 1:80?-Concert Wolf Ferrari'?
Oratorio, 1* \lta Nuova. SoloiatK: Mbm
?lluck. Mr. Amato Battra Matr. ?"?rohrstr.i.
i Chorua >?f 150 Voice? ("<>n?l . Pnsternack.
>ni Week: Moa Bv?j at 7.4'. Tri-tan und
lnolde. Mmea.Qadakl.MaXscnau?r;MM I?urrun,
Wall. (Irlawold, Hlii?riaw*,Rei??*i. ?'ond.To8?.*aiiliil.
U.-.I Aft. al - Ipadal Matine Koenl*..
kliider. Mm.? Fatr.ir. Wlckhatn . MM Jad
|owker Oortta Hein?. Pldur. >"?>n?l . ll'-ttz.
Wed. Eva. at I 16- Orfeo. Mm?-.-. M.-i'zenauer.
Rappold, .;'.u?-k. Spark?-? ?'on?l.. Toncaninl
Thur?. Beg. ..' a ID Klaoletto. Mmea.
Tetraaalnl, ? irrl,lK?\ MattM?.; MM. Smirnoff,
Amato. Sejiirola. Bflda. Bemi?*- ?'ond., Sturanl.
HARDMAN PIANO PSED._
( \K\KiilK HALL,
Thur? K.vft . Jan. 4* If.. Krl Aft.. Jan Ti.2 30
PHILHARMONIC
.NiM-lelv of New lork.
JOSEF STRANSKY. Conductor
Bololal -TOBBF IIIKVtNNE. Pianist.
Hraliin?.' l?t Synipli. ?iin-lao? Vltava. Hit
Mn.teln i oncerto. T?< halkowiik.v "Mit."
SO. ?.. $j. Manacement I.??u?ion Charlton
Sunday Aft al 8. Solntat. I.HEVINNE
or I CQpn **tn s* ? "?"? B'way. K%-. -
PlLA??U Mat ? T? ? ind sa... j 13
I'lViri BgLABCO |.r.r.u ItAYIIt
WAKF1ELD "" KKT,KN "'
REPUBLIC
DAVID
BEL vS' I ?
PKTF.R GRIMM.
u mi 12 i stre.-i. Eve. ?t sTsS.
I Won. ami Sat . -J M
THE WOMAN
-1 VHMlilK IIM.I. ||\|,\
BURTON HOLMES
SOUTH AMERICAN SERIES.
MMUl iVtb. AND MONDAY MAllMi V
Spain a Portugal, Jan u * i". Crata? t?> Bo
Atlierl? a. Jaa SI A -'-'. Ril?nos Aire?, ,I?n *.'S
A 29: Acroai the ladea, Fab 4 A :?. to*- da
Janeiro, ivi> t ' ,v 11
JJiH "RSK THKKTS. $... 4 ? >*t NOW
WANAMAKER AUDITORIUM
Mnlh Street*. Off Itroiulwaj*.
Grand Opera Lecture and Recital Course
Lectura To-Day, 4 P. H Henry T. Finck
"PUCCINI & MADAMA BUTTERFLY"
VOMISSION FREE till I.TS ONLY
(-AKN?OIK MAIL. I M?. Aft.. Thur*... al ?
h ITHI.EEN m ?m au
A R K O W
VIOLIN RECITAL. W W
Beata T.*,? t,, gs, at n?>x offl?-e. or
.NU*. ANTONIA swvvKit n ?_'?*, Broad?
B| I-fill B'wa> ?ad Both Bt Eva -
IJVU \V..,| aBd Sat Matinee?.
WILTON LACKAYB I'l.AVKKs
in
"THE BTBANGER."
CORONATION
KINK.MAI OI.OIC TIIKA.
10th aeai B'way,
?j :tn and J ???
rnry \\??ri.i in ?Tas. HalMaf Attraction?.
LllCIl Um?. Mir Waul. Ian. .n .,??1 Eva.
m-.ll CINEMATOGRAPH I \< H HOIR.
5Til AVf? " * l'arrlel leMat laokW
n Bit* m |t it. . t Laalla A Co., Sllvera,
?<??? Kplnk g W'"l?*ti. other?
v Rltchl? ri ink Hush.
BelleRaker.EddleLeonard,
? and M oth.-ra.
NIMMBKBTEIV*
?M M Ev?
H*i\ Mal 28 IM) ; i?
. hlnl.la.l *.'7. to Paul F ?.. i?ini.1 * ?*... with
\ ii'.ik, Arrived al '*>? Bar ai w a m.
s?.uni.t Pot ??lam i Dutch), Ratt-*-rd*ui? aad
Itoulnane i>. ? ? ini..'i -'i t? th?- Holland t
?i.ii m rabln and Ha rt-Nnwa paaaeat?ra
and tii'l*-' arrived .?t th< lUr .?t t' ?.".) a m.
imei ? ?arenaa iBO, Bantla**fo da Cuba Di
i-ember 28, In Haalei Uriteb a* ?'o. with etpam
\i.... .? ai ih? Bar al ?*? O} a m.
Band) Honk, N .1. -lau :i. ?:.i>i p m wind
traat; Itaht braeae; rloudy; bar., ?m ? th
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Met? nnoh?-.
il . . Italia ?Mi?. N ?
l?nnipaiNUi ?;?K.vt..i? Mamtllai \???f??iK and
?. \. v. \ i. i lirait. Para. <*h? ?t.r
. i >,ii . ? ?Non. Pom
Iflnlan-H vnt??u? P? ?iiiii.llan ?|-?.,
?? ? -un. . ?S. r? '.'? ri Mitonlo
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
UIK1VKI?
,. ' . . , : . ... ? \.-s- \,.'k
1 N. .?\ ? ? ?Hill? il?.
\, ,. i . t. ? II,-, an.t \?n? m? l.t
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S? ? Vork f..?
??aaBa
?Hlffl? ?'Vei .
?nl|e et?*
??. Un I t??.. Ne? Vor??*
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N-? York \ia
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?i\ f?-?r t.n?-n?o.?i
t t ai TJM a aal
-Mi
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1 .* '. '? ?ante ?Ki?
N? ? *> . und ?JUr?'U>t?n?
x * v..,?..
Lue More ,??.-i> N?? York
m I ?>?\?i??> -I-I?,. \?w
Af| '"n ifrwtn
i*..?. ai M
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St K ranra iltr?. l*-i?t?-ti and
Ne? \ w
J*.eu Vork't, lending Theatre? at Su?. ?*?-???.
FIIDIRE ! ???? ?'" Ai y. i. at I 18
?.rnrint. Matlneaa Wad. and Bat., 2 It
CTfJCI E?ti.*l B.irrvmor?*-? Basautlful A?t
C I nCL ' Brilliantly Revealed. ?Tin.?
BARRYMORE
In A. K. W MASON'S im?..''fu! ?Ir.im-.
THE WITNESS ;;, DEFENCE
CRITERION '
Weal.
JAMES K. HACKETT
THE GRAIN OF OUST
I VPCHII -t and B'way. Eves ?t 3.
Lit* CU IB Mat? T-.d.iv mxl Sat., 2:15.
"NAZIMOVA XT MKR BEST."?Sua
'il-.Ni INEJ V FAS? "IN ATINO."-? World
NAZIMOVA
|n the Brilliant CotnaAy. Briiliantiv Artart,
THE MARIONETTES
MKKRNKEI Z?.y^w&
OTIS SKINNER
KISMET
6ARRICK ' h Av*
A H A Hi AN sCINMr I ?*n Sale
NIOHT ItllJinfcl tofsb.1T
WM. H. GRANE
Matlneaa WoA ami ??ai . 2 1*?
THE SEN I I OK
REEFS HOI IE.
Bj Martha M
UlinCAIi 4*tO St.. nr H way. Eve. S .25.
nUU*Ul i.a[.. Matinee latarday. 2 -"
-LAST MEEK
UC1 tTM \klhOT ? K- ''???
nCLCN IfAllC Oeorge Froadhum'
Neit Uealne*?lax ?,lan. HI? Seate. To-da**
MME. SIMONE **?S?Z
U?DBIC ?' i'-' E ' s"s :"
TI A H ni a) i .,?r Mats To-day A Sat., 2.1*?.
-LAST WEEK
ROSE STAHL y^,??
MAT MONDAY SEATS t??-I>nn
Tuiiy Msrshall I
Alber* -
ft i If*TV '??' Sttreal B'wa
?MCI 1 m .tln??a \v. ,i and Bal I 9f
THE FIRST I~*
IN THE I IN?
THE TALKER
ELSIE FERGUSON
nag*/ jjt!i si. B'way Columbus f*lr?*le.
rSn|\ Bvea I m Mats Wad. A s.-t.'J.iO
? Il h
?L1FTON
H XV
The Quaker Girl
M .'n Wed nnil Sal " 1 -'"
WILLIAM COLLIER ln fiiffiff
New AmsterdamE
\" ? ?NE
BE xxr.i'
Dl'BtN*.
PRELUDE
BEN-HUR
I .D CO TV xv lia ht., nr. B****ny. Evaa-LI
LlDCllll \i .. \x\ : md Sal : I?
Till-; ?ik\m>k OFKBETTA,
tfODEST SUZANNE
> SALLIE FISHER
*jr?aV VnPlf B'waj 13th 81 *> i-harp.
fi??? lUnSk m,,.* u.?,.. and Bat, I
KITT Y GORDON ?-?S&
THE ENCHANTRESS
rharlesDII- ? fjQC B'way and I
tXT MONDAI
\' x
?- DDIE FOY
OVER THE RIVER
?':imi in, In.I' I Maud Lambert. II:
ralna Marveloui Millers, Berlin Msdcape
.others, and Manrire, Famous PartstSS
Dan? ?! IN nrld'a t h?llense tiranta ?liorna
I.I CEI M TIIEITKE SI'K I U
H BEATRICE
HERFORD
i Tlialr*?,!
l.eo. nfltllU Tic, H ?ay A 43.1 St
vi. u untan ev,., ?, ?*, M,,
SPECIAL lO.MORKOW
COHAN
< ',.' IM ?- I l\', " "'
TMK I.ITTI.E MM I l??N NIKI
ACTtlD i' - - I?* MataVr??*
S?) I Un s sa? j ?-. \\.,. v.,, .-,?, .ft.Mi
I IM? THE I II ?.HI**,?. Il M H
RAYMOND HITCHCOCK
THE RED WIDOW
The A. h Uaander of the W ?arid
Mi lAttttiM^AUAGi
CCHTIICV ?Enrmerlv SM * ?*?* ?*?**"??
?Will Uli I Nor? Th.itr. ? T.-I ?*-*?<'^**,L
- \* . - \\..| I |*..(. . .?I ,| *-,'
Mill I IPV'C B'ws? ind *>th St Ex*??*-***
_ NUMI * NI H x*. .i 411.1 ?r-at.. ?-' 5>f
|?.i.,i:..? AKLI>S .. Dl.sKAl I -
BJ ATIll lili i WINTER KXHIBlTt?**/
NAIIiMAL NO-A OPEN. ADM *****
?i i?EiY ,',;::;,:,',i'..?'^?.
OF OES?i?l ?"...:, ,",.';vi
(AHMi.li: MAIL I'rl. Exe. Jan. I?. at ?":"A
'Vr, GRUPPE -'A
Kl ?M \* KVMPHOM OK? HEJaTB.4
M "I'K-T MTs? Hll.ER < 'indu'-tor
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