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THE SUN, SUNDAY JANUARY 1, 1911.
JAPAN FAIR TO DYNAMITERS
U 11)7,1 0 MI.S S I.N Mtt'lltSTS
mii: i in ixxr tmeu.
Milirriiii' Cmirl llr-ariiis U the lnl) One
llmrl MH'h I'lollrr It) Hie 'iIp
I'nldln lriiMrl)' llnrrrd. r.xcrpt
'Mime PerMitti :irflnlly lnlrrcli l.
K Miilr.utin, CotiHtil-di'li'Tiil of iltipnn
In this city, shh in ii loiter to Tub St'.v
1 1 t t!:.i at r-t mid trial of twenty-six
nnnreiitAtit in Japan lm lien somewhat
misunderstood In America, inulnly because
of proti-ntH mad" by persons who fenred
tli pilsoiiem with ttol being treated
fairly. Mr. Midzuno says:
"Mont of tho defendant in question
nie communistic anarchists. They plotted
against Hf' of tho Kmporor and mem
lieis of the Imperial family, aft well as to
nwa-slnate the Ministers of Htnto. Tho
plot was to In- executed Home lime In the
.-in ti imii .
"Tli" charges urn supported liy strong
evidence, including tho voluntary con-
fnaklrtti it flirt mil Inrltv of the defendants
and tho discovery of dynamlto In their
poseion. Such crimes cotno iirmer
i.r..vi.in it Arilntn of the Japanese
criminal code, nnd therefore (according
to clause. :. Article M of tho law repsM-
rtf nniirU anrt seetinn
lll Ml'- niiiriimuirti in -
7 of thn Codo of Criminal Procedure) tho
Supreme Court only has jurisdiction
over the ras" and trial before It must
ho tho tlrst and final trial as tho law stipu
lates "Japan Is not tho only country that
ha Mich lawn. Germany has In No. 1,
Article ia of laws regarding tho con
struct! on of court the stipulation by which
a plot against tho life of tho Ktnperor
tnrtu.il as well at preparatory) and high
treason against the safety of the German
Empire -hall bo tried by tho Imperial
Court and such trial be Hrst. and final.
England liai'n precedent where a plot
ngaint the life or the sovereign wan
t.ted and decided by the House of Iordu
a its special juriMllctioti. besides o trial
in th" ordinary court.
"When the plot wiih unearthed, in the
proxii r Nagano. Japan, in May last,
tho Atnr.toy-Ooneral, representing the
Crown. brought suit against I). Kotoku.
nnd sin others upon evidence too strong
. t I ..... ,,.a.wl fll,l I'lltl.f
in ne uouineu, "i ini'niv.. i 1
Justice, of tho Supreme Court to designate
a Judge to maiie prviiMuimij """J',
tuns as required by la.v. Tho Chief
... .1. .-.II.. ,r.ftnf,wl fhA .lurlpf. nl
i'reliiiiln'arv Investigations of tho pistrict
Court of Toklo to proceeti u u
. i tfn,lr.,t find hi nfter
liecessarv iih,"imnui., -.
Irving h.MoUu and his si associates, as
writ lis tllOe who fip im .iiu.i,
the Attnrnev-Oeiierot. concluded on the
.-.(. in," 4lint nil nf thn (In
1,1111 Ol .MIYUHH'ri, if,".
IcmlanW in question were guilty, and.
urcoriltng to criminal nu.r-"xi-,
w.rdeil nil records and documents to tho
Siirueni" Court for trial. The Supreme
Court, after ivskins tho opinion of tho
Attornev-Genpral. decided on tho Oth
or Voveinber that tho cao should be tried
hv the Supreme Court, and sucli trial was
beiin nci-ordingly. .
"Tho trial in the Supreme Court is
innMnc great progress and will be con
cluded before long. , ,
"In wniu portions of the United states
i-viwir't were circulated and gave rise to
.-(.(: t .1... ,l..,iMl.it, rtf thn Cntlft
to clow.- tho trial to tho publ c on the first
d iv cf ti ial. It is. however, in accordance
with the law that tne v.ouri excmiie um
i ....i.ii .l.nn It il(uim thnt nub-
Mm v miaht lie prejudicial to peace and
order or to tne niainiciianw ui uw
.1.. ..r .,t,1l(. In nil nlAHACS Ol
. ,,i tin.- -.. -
ctmrt in Japan such steps were taKen
irom lime i j urn" in uiunmij
"In other words siispcnsion or putillo
trial, eitiier bv provision of law or by
the decision of tho Court, is absolutely
coiiMinitional and in perrpct accordancp
witli the law or the country In such
ra-tf as tho present one, which has a
serioiw bearing on the sarety or th em
pire nnd dynasty, thn Court is fully en-
ii...t . .....I ..vrv.4.l tn unn that thn
1111,, (,,IH .'JiT.uu i .
public s.ifetv. good ordpr and peace he
protected bv h susiiension or the pub-
11..... ti... linu-oi'df la olntmd nnlv
Mill lllIIIUI. IVJ" .
sxmr vim an m ss .tir..i
Mills .Inhn .lone, a I'laxman, anil Dr
niolMiOi III .siimit).
I ili'A. Dec. 31 A mow plough on the
l.eliigh Valley llallroad en route from
Cortland to Camden broke loose from
the locomotive south of Canastota to-day
r.nd ran away down tho steep grade to
tho centre or tho village. At ono of the
street crossings It jumped tho track,
and picking up John Jones, a flagman,
landed him sixty-five feet away, causing
almost instant death. Tho Plough next
demolished tho flagman's shanty and
then buried Its nose fifteen feet Into the
embankment along tho West Shore traoks.
Plough Oporator Claude Colo took the
wild ride In the little pilot house of the
plough, but escaped Injury. The riln
p.way was duo to the breaking of a coup
ling, together with the failure of tha air
brakes to work properly.
lets ma pArEit die.
Aged Kdltor l.ane of Mana City. Kan.,
niicontlnuet 111- "Weekly llrraM."
Kanhab Citv, Mo., Dec. 31,-Huspcnd-Ing
tho publication of his newspaper,
of which ho Iihh been editor for thirty
nine years, rather than to soli it and see
another assume charge. Vincent J. Latin,
owner of tho W'yandotto Weekly Htrald.
published In Kansas City, Kan., printed
the last Issue this week. In his last edi
torial article Mr. Iane says aa his son
has shown no desire to enter newspaper
work he decided that it would afford
him more pleasure to discontinue pub
lication than to see another person In
charge. Ho had several offers for the
paper, all of which were refused.
Mr I-ano is more than SO years old and
came to Qulndaro, now part of Kansaa
City, Kan., in 1S57, which at that time
was the most promising Missouri Ulver
town above Jefferson City.
I. in'- ii, it,, : . J
ill" K. ni'ral public, and those who have
wii1 interest, memner oi ui liar
tf-ociution and so forth, bv special per
iiiHMon of tho Court, nre allowed to hear
the trial MemberH nt tho roreign em
bassies and legations stationed in Japan
areavniliiig themselves or the special per
mission above referred to
"From the beginning or the preliminary
examination to thn trial now being con
ducted, tho whole procedure has been
in strict accordance w-ith the Constitu
tion and etabli-hed law or Japan. All
tlie lawyers for tho defendants have high
lopuntloiis and standing nmong the
members of the bar For those of the
nivu-od who could not afford to engage
l.iwvers the Court in accordance with
the'l'iw covering such casott has delg
ni.ted members at the bar to appear Tor
them at th" public expense "
ii ii. i. im; foil to Hi' aoi.o.
Mr. I.nilileil of Mlllitli'toMii Helleri It 11
Hurled on III" I'arin nt Nnuiiil Uracil.
Miiiiilktow.v, N V.Ueo. 31 Believing
that thorn is a largo amount in Tory
gold buried on th" rarm on which he was
reared, William II louden, a well known
-oHid:it or this city, will shortly head
a treasure hunting expedition to Sound
Beach, Conn. Mr. Ixuden, as was his
rather beroro him, was born and reared
on a rarm near Sound Beach. Many
exciting episodes or the Revolutionary
war took place In that neighborhood,
part of tho timo th" territory being in
control or Tories nnd part or the time
dominated by tho patriots
During tho Involution the Tories cf
the neighborhood, fearing tho would
havo tolleo for their lives if the patriots
wor" successful, disposed or their pos.
sessions and planned to join tho British
They were rorced to tleo unexpectedly,
ana according to tne stories told a num
her or them tmried their gold on the
Ijouden farm. Mr Louden's father round
a largo sum on his (arm and a neighbor
wno hiniueiny Huquireii rienes was said
to liuvo made ft tind. but to this tlnv nlilnr
residents have a story that tho greater
part or thn treasurn is still buried on tho
Mr. Louden is 71 years old and had not
t houglit or t ho t reusuro In a scorn or yr ars
but recently his wife dmamed slio saw
him digging ill a certain spot on thn old
farm Thn following day u rriend met
him on the street and told him of a dream
in which lie s.iw Mr louden digging a
holn in the ground This was a singular
coincidence, but tho circumstance was
mndo mom strange when a row (lavs later
Mr London received a letter froni a man
residing near the old homo m Sound
Beach Mking him If he lemetnhered the
old storieH about the treasure
Mr. Louden Is certain ho will bo able
to locate thn tronsuro, He and his wife
have just, celebrated their flrty-firnt
wedding anniversary His mother, Mrs.
Jane Louden, is still living at Sound
Beach and is Ml years old
nntihedtiy I'ontpadi In III Own Hallway,
Peter .Moore, M yearn old, who lives
nl :t:.i Third avenue and says hn is a
btoker, wan attacked and robbed of )8
by thren men as hn entered his hallway
yesterday morning. Two policemen, who
had folloned thotn at a distance, fired
eight shots whon thn robbers ran from
tho doorway, but hit nobody They
caupht one man, who said ho was Frank
Williams, 27 years old. or Iondon, Kng
land. now- staying at n Chatham Square,
i1-0. .WJ br MjUlatrate Btoinert in
t-:M ball for examination.
Lord & Taylor
Tuesday, January 3d, 1911
Our Annual Sale
During the month we have devoted to the
preparation of this important Annual Event
it has been our purpose not only to improve
upon the high standard of excellence, but to
surpass the splendid values of former years.
50c, 98c, $1.25, f.ps, 2.50, 2.95, 3.45,
3-95, 4-50, 4.9s, 545 and 5.93
Extra Size Night Gowns
98c, $1.2$, 1.63 and I.93
50c 75c 9c $'-25 J'95, 2.50 and 2.93
98 cy $1.23 1.93 and 2.30
30cy 73c, 98 cy $l.23y .3y 1.93 and 2.30
Corset Cover and Skirt
and Corset Cover and Drawers
98 Cy $I.23y I.93y 2.30y 2, J.,
3.93 and 4.93
98cy $i.25y i.93y 2,30y 2.93 3.43,
395 450, 4-95 and 3.93
Consisting of Gown, Chemise and Drawers or
Gown and Combination
$4-95, 5-95, 695, ?-7J,
12.73 ard J4'75
A Sample Line of
Fine Gowns, Skirts, Drawers
at Manufacturers' Prices
Imported Hand Embroidered Gowns
$i.95y 2.50 2.93y 3.43, 4.50y 4.93,
6.93 and 7.73
Imported Hand Embroidered Drawers
$1.23, 1.30 .93y 2.93 y 3,23 and 3.93
Imported Hand Embroidered Chemises
$l.23y 1.93 and 2.93
Imported Hand Embroidered Combinations
$T95y 230 and 3.93
To enable customers to make their selections
more easily the entire department space
has been devoted to this sale.
Broadway k 20th St. ; 5th Ave. ; 19th St.
Crowded Out Special Sales of
Womon'H nnd Mlssca Suite,
Coata, Gowna. Womon's Shoe.
Pcttleont, Wnistfl, Corneta nnd
Perfume lloso D'Or.
R. H. Mar A Co.s Attract! oai Ara Thir Law firt
ML W JHL.B'wayatCthAv 34H
341k to 38tk St
Crowded Out Special Sales of
Whlto and Wash Goods, Embroid
eries, Household Linens, Domes
tics, Lnco Curtains, China nnd
Glass nnd Groceries.
Start the New Year Right
By Taking Advantage of
MACY'S PROFIT-SHARING PLAN
Accomplished If You
Open a Deposit Account at Macy's
It Is Not
Economy is the road to
wealth and Macy's De
positors' Account system
is the shortest route.
KNOW HOW MUCH YOU
SPEND AND FOR WHAT
YOU SPEND IT.
To secure the full convenience and economy of buying at Macy's
you should have a Deposit Account. It works this way: You open
a Deposit Account which entitles you to make purchases by simply
signing your name, the most rapid and easiest way to shop.
At the end of the month you receive an itemized statement of your
purchases and the balance remaining to your credit. Every third
month the interest accrued appears on this statement.
4 Interest per annum (compounded quarterly) on
In Addition: Profit-sharing on a practical basis, for
A 2 Dividend on Your Deposit Account
The 2cc Dividend on Deposit Account Purchases, which is
a special offer, will be paid only on accounts now open, and
those opened within a limited time in the future.
Onljr account intended for purchasing purpotai accepted. We do no
Chemises, 39c,, 79c, $1.09, $1.29 and up to $53.50
Drawers, 19c, 24c, 39c, 49c and up to $40.50',
Corset Covers, 19c, 24c, 39c, 49c, 69c, 89cto$17.49j
Combinations, 49c, 79c, 89c, 99c, $1.29 up to $34.89;
Petticoats, 59c, 69c, 89c, 99c, $1.29 up to $55.50
48,000 PAIRS HOSIERY
Manufacturer's Samples at Cent re.
ABOUT ONE-HALF PRICE
Included are imported and domestic Hosiery, from the very best
WOMEN'S SAMPLE HOSE
1 Ctf for 25c and 35c Hose plain black cotton, plain
lisle, mercerized lisle in black or colors, medium and
heavy-weight cotton, heavy fleece lined cotton and wool.
Ol f for 50c Hose imported medium and gauze lisle in
" black and colors; ingrain lisle and cotton with un
bleached split soles, embroidered lisle, lace lisle, and medium
and light-weight cotton.
AAr for 75c and $1.00' Hose imported silk lisle,
colored lisles, lisle with neatly embroidered insteps,
fancy boot patterns and designs; assortment of bright colorings
QQp for $1.25 Hose ingrain pure thread silk, medium
weight, extra spliced heels, soles and toes; 'some with
cotton tops and soles, others all silk, black and colors.
Finer qualities ol Hose in Tt&Ul&t StOCk up to silk lac'c at $0.79.
all at Macy's usual low prices. For example :
$1.89 for Pure Thread Silk, Medium-WeightJIngrain
Hose black and colors, which sell at $2.25 in other shops.
MEN'S HALF HOSE
I Cr for 25c Half Hose black lisle and black cotton,
medium or light-weight, split soles; some fashioned,
others seamless; novelties or plain colors.
Olp for 50c Half Hose fine grade imported lisle and
cotton, fancy colors, neatly embroidered on self or
colored grounds, plain lisles or silk lisles in various weights; also
novelties in nearly alt colors.
Also in regular stocks up to $4.09 for English Shot Silk. A specimen
Macy value :
$1.39 for Pure Silk Medium-Weight Half Hose
black and colors. Cotton soles if you prefer; a standard $1.50
MACY'S GREAT WHITE SALE
Wonderful values havelmerited andjwon a wonderful I
business for the first week of Macy s White Sale.
This week, even better values, in
many cases :i 1
This year's prices are even more remarkable than those of t
year ago for example, we offer
as good Nightgown at ,10c as at 40c last year
at 30c as at 40c last year
at 24c as at 39c last year
at 10c as at 29c last year
at 40c as at 59c last year
at 50c as at 79c last year
The completeness of our assortments is indi
cated by our range of prices:
Nightgowns, 39c, 49c, 59c, 79c,' 89c up to $114.50
as good Chemises
as good Drawers
as good Corset Covers
as good Combinations
as good Petticoats
lit fl, th St. Hear.
Men'i rnt Style Negligee Shirts. pleted or
plain, with attached culls: very line percale,
neat stripes and figures on white grounds,
mostly black-and-white effects: sixes II to 17.
CO- for Men'a J1.00 Unlaundered Shirts. WE
oc havi: kom thus shTkt ron
Mom: than twi:nty-kivi: ykahs at
THIS PIUCi:. It Is typical of the savings
Macy's affords you. I'ure linen bosom, fine
muslin body: hand-made buttonholes: open
back nlth short and regular bosom: sleeve
lengths 31, U and 33 Inches; dies H to 11.
7 At. for 11.00 Pajamas. The material Is of
eilra fine quality domei. the gar
ments cut In the usual liberal Macy manner:
for II.M I'ajamaa. White Madras and
'c Fine Percale, well made and finished:
full sizes and all sixes trimmed with silk
Better grades at proportionately greater
W rail partlrotar attention nr
Made - to - Measure Shirts,
assortments equal to thoso offered by
the iaesl specialty stores, tor lad Ins fol
lowing materials t
QA A AA for French and Scotch
nd .'Mdri. Mld generally
at M OO and 13.30.
OA for Sllk-and-rotton In exclusive de
: signs, for which other shops charge
qc for English. Non-shrinking Sllk-and
wool .-inirts, mat nnng aa.ui
qa for handsomely patterned French
999t stlk-and-Unenmliture, sold In other
department stores tor u.ui, ana at naoer
dashers for f 13.00.
SIX MACY LINEN
The recajlar Mary collar for men,
which was the best collar valae in town
at oar former price, 1 4c apiece.
I.lnen on Iloth Hides therefore not to
be confused with the Cotton Collars unl
vcrsally Mld at two for 2.V. Nineteen
styles qaaner niar.
$3 & $3.50
$1.98 M Floorf
Taffeta silk, In black, staple and new shades,
very deep circular flounce, shirred and tucked,
perrallne underlay. Messaltne, black anc
staple colors: wide flounce of aocordlonj
pleating, footed with ruffle, percallne under-'
finer styles In regular stocks, of which,
these are specimen ralnesi
41 1 flQ Olrectolre Petticoat ot measaune,
1,oiJ sunray pleated, tinted border de
sign of bonknots.
a94 OA White foulard flounce of Valen
dennes lace and Dresden tinsel
Thoy accumulate ?'s?
rapidly, una we ro-
uevo tne congestiorii
by an end-of-tho-l
onnBnn ntnnn.lln '
which moans that 39c
theso silks are sold 40c
at about one-half of
oriRinal prices. Black ouC
and colored Silks of IgQc
weaves In lotiRtiisj
suitable for 'waists.!
dresses, linings and
HatltiR, Crepe, Foulards, Taf
feta, Voiles, Fancy Silks, Pon
Rces, Mentalities, Satin Crepes,
Ottomans, Moires, Japanese and
Kltnnno Milks In fact, there Isi
hardly a desirable weave missing.
Waist, Undermuslin and other Patterns, stamped in extremely pretty.
new designs, ready for embroidery.
69c for 99c Crepe Waist Patterns, to be worked in solid and braid-'
$1.49 for $2.19 Linen Waist Patterns, eyelet, solid and insertion
designs; a more elaborate style, value $2.49, at $1.69.
47c for 59c Sheer Lawn Waist Patterns.
LINEN NECKFIXINGS; stamped im
solid and eyelet designs :
Turn-overs, npocial 9c.
Eton Collars, special 14c
Sailor Collars, special 24c
PATTERNS, as follows:
Corset Covers, special 10
A SALE OF ROYAL KIRM ANSHAH CARPETS
Many of Them the Finest Obtainable
Just Received Through Our Office
at Constantinople To Be Sold at
Per Square Foot
An enthusiastic description of these carpets would be in place here. We could
scarcely exaggerate iht uniqueness of the opportunity which this sale affords.
(1) An Oriental rug retains its exquisite beauty of color and texture for
upwa'fdof twenty-five years. And a rug some ten years old is often more
highly prized than a new one, because of the mellowness which age gives
to the coloring.
(2) An Oriental carpet or rug is not only a beautiful background for a fine
room, but, considering wearing quality and this sale price, is a good invest
ment quite apart from its beauty.
There arc many others in various sizes at proportionate savings.
Sizes from 6 ft. 9 in. x 10 ft. 2 in. to 12 ft. 10 in. x 18 ft. 7 in.
Size. Elsewhere Price
6 ft. 9 in. x 10 ft. 2 in. $210.00 122.00
"l ft. 0 in. x 10 ft 6 in. $224.00 8129.50
7 ft. 10 in. x 9 ft. 9 in. $234.00 S134.76
7 ft. 10 in. x 11 ft. 0 in. $260.00 8 151.00
7 ft. 6 in. x 11 ft. 8 in. $264.00 8154.00
8 ft. 9 in. x 11 ft. 5 in'. $300.00 8175.00
9 ft. 0 in. x 12 ft. 7 in. $369.00 8 108.00
9 ft. I in. x 12 ft. 8 in. $376.00 8 201.25
9 ft. 2 in. x 12 ft. 10 in. $376.00 8206.50
9 ft. 6 in. x 13 ft. 10 in. $395.00 8227.50
10 ft. 7 in. x 14 ft. 8 in. $474.00 8274.00
10 ft. 0 in. x 16 ft. 4 in. $475.00 8285.00
10 ft. 5 in. x 15 ft. 7 in. $478.00 8285.00
U ft. 7 in. x 16 ft. 0 in. $598.00 8324.00
12 ft. 7 in. x 18 ft. 8 in. $898.00 85 8 7.50
12 ft. 10 in. x 18 ft. 7 in. $925.00 8597.50
There are about two hundred in this group Beliirhlstuns, Mossuls and
Kurdlstaus, in quiet, subdued colors. Some have slight imperfections, the
values are great. Sizes up to 4x7 ft.
REDUCED TO . . .
29.74 pERSIAN AND TURKISH
foqlc RUGS REDUCED TO . . .
Hall Runners, 10 and 12 ft. long. Large Kazaks, Kurdistans, Fereghans,
Antique and Modern; rich colorings; slzea about 4$x7li ft.
PERSIAN MAHAL RUGS
Superior qualitios, in bizes about 0 ft. x 10 ft., 0 ft. x 12 ft.
and 10 ft; x 15 ft.
Were $124.00; now at K9DR.no
Were 1169.00; now at H121I.OO
Were 1103.00; now at 8150.00
East Indian and Turkish Carpets
Were 808.50, Reduced to
KIrts about Oil: ft.
ASIA MINOR RUGS
In delicate colorings; suitable for parlors, music
rooms, boudoirs; sizes
about 9x12 feet. Reduced
from $139.50 to
uic iui pauvia, iiiuaiw
Over $100)000.00 Purchase of FINE FURS FOR WOMEN
At the Lowest Prices of the Entire Year
Sale Commences Wednesday. January 4th