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THE StTN. SUNDAY. JANUARY 1, 1911.
BLUE NEW YEAR FOR EUROPE
A It M I'M
n:vi: is almost
it ah as ir All.
fin Sinn of a l.rlwi In Arnmim-iit (Jrr
many I'arinc a r-l; Tiirhry a IVrl'
Terry on Nrw nrk Thralrlral
4'ruillt) Arl. laiiM'rl-ni Sor4cl).
Xpetlat Cable immltli lit TliK .vz.
London, Ih'c. 31. Kurtipn viIinphuph
the pasnitiRof 1010 without regret ami wcl
coniPH tho aclvpiit of ll'll without titxltio
entlitiHiimni. It Ik mt Inn, Mrlmp,
Hint lionps have fulli-n further hliort in
r.villJitlon during tho yw.r Jtint. clewed
tliAii tho nvpniK of liuniun pxrionc
but Individually and collectively tho poo
,M.i of the Old World m-citi inclined to to
coiiKldcr it. The dctnllft are too nuuicrout
to Attempt' to review the weal and woe
of individual nation hut there 1 one nul
of prent distinction and hi tunllow can
vnctw 'III two toomn Swan wa renowned
hoth iu a sculptor and palntor a rani
comtiitmtioii IHh painting' mid Hkotcili.m
of auimalw aro ropleto with lifo and vigor,
whllo his hronzea aro dramatic in their
lntennlty and powerful modelling.
A tiiovement In on foot to purchnxo the
entire collection. lor tho lienellt of stu
dent! of viiriou art hohoolx. The rn
malninp throe collect tout aro thoeo of the
worKn "V l I'rilh. H. V. Muclx.th and
t)avi; Vnrtiuharxoit. Thoro aro excellent
example! of tho work. of thcun artists,
and it iK conceded that the loss of theoo
live men leinc a Rnp In the ranks of
HritMi artiKti which will not lo easy
NKW YKAIt'S HAV IN TIIK COtlNTItY.
Kxcept at the hoteU no t-ninrt Now
Ye.irV ee fivtlvitlo aro taking plnoo In
London, a- Hooiety ha t ran if erred Its
headquarter to country houe, whe.ru
the rcculation welcome to the now year
will ! Riven. For varum reason, such
HAMMOND TO OPEN UP RUSSIA
AMt:itivx i:.ai.i:i:it has vox.
eeiihxvi: with tiii: v.aii.
Ject common to nil which overnartow
all other in ever darkening portent, a death anil alwence. many of tho hunt
It I one of the chief r.im of civlllza-, lmll which take place in January huvo
Hon that the tratnmeN and imrdens of , heeii ali.miloned, to the preat diappoint
Government hould rest ever mote lightly
Ux)ll the governed, but IBM widiesMHl ii
heavier increase in compulsory levie- for
public ptirpoHo throughout Kurope than
any of It predecessors. Nearly every
budget amotiR the grout Powers I now
on a war basis and it seem a foregone
conclusion that thoso of tun will oar
At the present moment the nation of
the world have under construction seventy
battleships and cruiser of an aRRreRato
tonnaRo of one and a half million, valued
at iZUO.OOO.Ooo. These are exclusive of
DISARM A MKNT HHKAM.
It may at least bo ald that lnin lias
merit of the debutante. Only ono ha
taken place so far, at tho uuildhall in
Winchester A few other will b given
during the first week of January.
The liii Rest Anglo-American house
turtles n'ow assembled aro at Cliveden
and' Combo Abbey. Mr. Ator ha a
number of Riiesl. including many mem
bers of the family, and Cliveden l a
humming hive of Christum festivities.
On Tuesday Mr. Astor gave a concert
with the members of the Ilcochnm com
p.iny as performer. Dances, a servants'
ball, bridge and dinner tilled tip thu rest
of the week. At Combe Abbey, where
the Uradley Martin, tho Newhouse,
1-idy Abingdon and the Marquis and
Marchioness of Dufferin aro some of tho
brought the world to wme cense of reali-1 K,.4,H, ,,,Si theatrical and conoprt
ration of tun crifi wucn conironi u,
but no practical solution of tho probl-m
even in the RtaRo of Incubation can be
credited to the year Just closed. Kurope
know of none ho long as it remain in
are also the order of the day
l-ndy l'agel, who ha been in London
for some weeks, leave to-day to spend
the week end with the ("ravens.
Mrs. Keiiuard, formerly Cora, Countess
tho power of any ono nation to veto any i f Strafford, who is entertaining at Hough
plan or disarmament. ,, ( t nav,. t. King a a guet for a
if are a iew i.rave spirn im lly'R shooting next wwk. The Queen.
think, or hopo at least, that when the j
pressure become just a little greater
something like this will happen, that
ono or several of the peace loving nation
will propose an agreement on the prin
ciple of reduction of armament and
the holding of a conference for arranging
detail, If one of the Power refuses
to agre or participate in such a plan,
uh at thq time of tho last Hague con
ference, then tho other will quiokly
and secretly mas the naval power of the
world on the coast of tho recalcitrant
nation and summon her to submit to the
world' behest I'eaco by the sword,
in u word, is the only practical escape
from a condition which Is rapidly be
coming more intolerable than war.
Literature on this subject during the
last day of the old year ha become
voluminous, and no one any longer at
tempt to minimize the peril which over
hangs, civilization At the same time
tho foreign-relations of all the European
Powers are such that there doe not
appear to be tho slightest danger of a
breach of International peace. Kven
those who believo that Germany' pres
ent policy must inevitably lead to war
with Kngland, whether definitely in
tended or not, expect that the (ierman
-.'.''nide during tho next two years will
be the most correct and pacific of any
nation in Europe. Such of course it
naturally would bo if she contemplated
a sudden attack when her naval pro
gramme ia completed.
TUnKKV A ME.VtCE.
The only Intervening danger to peace,
apparently, is some action of a smaller
Power. Turkey excites some apprehen
sion in this regard, for confidence i not
strong In the stability and wisdom of her
new government and it really mysterious
control. The better understanding be
tween the Kaiser and the Czar, the result
, of the latter' recent visit, may prove
of immense advantage if there should
be unexpected development in the near
East in the next few month.
Even these brief hints may suffice for
mi understanding of why it is that whllo
the new year threatens nothing disastrous,
nothing sensational, Kurope look for-
ward to 1911 with no unusual degree of
(IKS'. Boom's ENERGY.
Gen. Booth ha been discussing for the
last few day a preaching and lecturing
tour of the United State in 1011. Iteforo
this, he announce, he will probably con
duct religious campaigns in one or two
I.; European countries on tho lines of hi
11 recent tour in Denmark and Oermany
NEW YORK'H THEITRKS.
Fred Terry in an Interview on tho sub
ject of New York theatre said: "I saw
wonderful talent, but it wa crud"ly
left in many cases searching for itself
There was a want of somebody to direct
and instruct. Something more was needed
than men who havo to make o many
dollars out of a play. Money cannot
buy the kind of attention which every
actor-manager give to hi. production
in London Thought! and attention are
p'-cn to every little action hero Every
detail it well Htudled.
"With tho English aotor-manager tho
making of money i not tho olo con
sideration Ho also ha in the theatre
the pride of a father for a child. With
the exception of Helasco, who is a great
however, will remain at Kandringham,
a she takes no interest in shooting or
Numerous American assembled at
the Duchess of Westminster's theatricals
at Katon Hall on Friday in aid of the
Iioy.il Alexandra Hospital. The Duchess,
who appeared in "ThpKis" with Forbes
Robertson nnd George Cornwall! West,
wa suffering from a cold, so her per
formance was somewhat marred. Me
dime ,1. liPshe. George Coniwalll West
ami Chamicey and l.idle Alastalr Innes
Ker and Cunard were some of those who
(train ttlotator In lie 1 till 1 1 and Train-i-a-ilan
Lands Irrigated -I'.xperM
I'ronit .S. to Stud) Noll-l lne Field
for I'.nlrrprlsip on a HtulnrM Hnli.
Uprtlal Cubit Despntclt In TlIK Suv,
St. PKTKRNntmti, Dec. 31 John Hay
Hammond, the American mining expert,
ha left hero after a fortnight of fruitful
conference with leading minister of
tho Government. Premier Stolypln nnd
hi colleagues frankly Invited him to
advine and cooperate in schemes of great
magnitude for the opening up of unde
veloped region of Hula and In Indus
trial enterprise such as tho construc
tion nnd management of grain elevator,
development work akin to that which
American nlready have dono In Mexico
Tho KiiHsian recognize tho fact that
such work can only b done by men who
have had practical experience in over
coming nature' resistance in absolutely
new land. Theteppe irrigation schemp
and the oppning up of Hip trans-Caspian
territory will necessitato thorough tests
of tho experts of the soil who probably
will come from America In tho spring.
Tho llussian recognize that there I no
time to lose and it Is expected hero that
action will bo begun after Mr. Hammond
ha considered tho proposals as they
stand after conferences with his financial
Mr Hamnnnd has found tho Russians
sincere and satisfactory men to deal with
He behoves that there is a great future
hero for American enterprise if the people
recognize that they mtint deal jut as
they would with buinemen in America.
Tho Russian now examine thoroughly
the backing and quality of foreign pro
posals. Mr. Hammond' nudience of an hour
with the Czar at Tarkoe-Selo wa pro
longed by the quetlon of Nicholas and
his animated interest in tho whole prob
lem of increasing the productivity of
Russia. It wa quite a democratic talk.
The Czar said ho wa especially glad to
have the company of a man whoso life
had been spent in constructive work and
engineering in new land and getting
to riu:si:x t mr a .1 urn v. 1 xs.
Cerman Court to He More tttrlngenl Than
In into lr. Hill's neeeptlon.
.Thrill CtNt rfspvtti lo Till! 8VN.
Hr.nLl.v, Dec 31 -Tho annual schlep
pencour, or drawing room, will be held
on January ;si. Several American ladle
Hokipu tn lin nriunntivl lint thn nrnhnaVv
journeyed ,o Katon Hall for tho per- htt8 not m hmMpA any nmnPtl to th "r '
MMi:. VVItlK VKHSVS THADITWS.
Hot Fight (Her Nelontltlo Woman'! Ad
iiiImIoii to Academy of Nelmow.
Sffcltit I'atilr le$pattl to THE hrK.
Pa 1 1. Dec. 81. On Wednesday next
tho i rench Instit ute will debate the ques
tion of tho eligibility of women for mem
bership, which ha been raised by Mmo.
Curio's candidature for tho Acadomy of
Science, M Bertolaud, n rtiember of
the Academy of Moral Sciences, will In
tro, lice, a motion that tho Institute, with
out wishing to dictate to tho various
academics, limit Itself to stating that an
immutable tradition barring out women
exist which k seems oxtromoly wlso to
Meanwhile Mmo. Curie has found a
strong wupporter in Gaston Darboux,
secretary of the Academy of Sciences,
who in a column and a half letter in th
Ttmp, upholds her right to succeed to
tho position of which her husband was
next to the last occupant. Ho adduced
In supivort of his contention her varied
scientific! work, tho latest being her
achievement of isolating pure radium, and
her membership in foreign learned
societies, including tho Philosophical
Society of Philadelphia.
He think Franco ought to abolish
tradition and follow tho example of other
countries. Ho Instance the case of
Countes Krsilia Lovatelli, who at a recent
meeting of the academic of Romo took
n prominent part as dean of the archaeo
logical Hoction of tho Royal Acadomy of
Italy, and also that of Elise Wendel, who
figured prominently at Berlin in 1800
during the centenary celebrations of the
German Academy of Sciences.
(IKIIMAXS WAST I'ATEXT ir.4If.
.Manufarttirer of Toola Ak (internment
to Cancel Aureement With V. H.
."rrtlnl Ciible nttpalch lo THE SCN.
Berlin, Dec. 31. German manufac
turer of machine tool through their
association have sent a demand to the
Imperial Government for tho abroga
tion of the patent agreement between
tho United State and Germany of Febru
ary 23, 11X19. Tho grievance of the Ger
man manufacturer is that tho condi
tion preliminary to making the agree
ment, namely that American patent
should be manufactured in Germany
the sums a German paWnt should be
manufactured in America, has not been
carried out and that consequently Ger
man manufacturers nro at a disadvantage.
Owing to tho unconditional import
of American machine tool before tho
agreement referred to was reached Amer
ican manufacturers had to eli their
patent to German manufacturers or
at least to employ German agents. This
condition of affair no longer exist,
yet according to tho German manufac-
urer the American nro not complying
The Countess Pappenheim and her
daughter have sailed for Egypt, where
they will spend the winter.
Tho Duches of ManchestPr gave a
small dinnor on Wednesday. Tho Duke
had sufficiently recovered to le nblo to
Secretary Phillips ha resumed his
duties at the American Embassy. He
will take the place of Ambassador Reid
during the latter' absence in America.
Capt. and Mr. Ctoman, who will leave
England shortly, have been giving a
series of luncheons to their English
Lord and l-idy Tweedmouth are among
the passengers who nailed on the steam
ship Megantic for Montreal to-day.
court the onlv members of the embassy
to be presented are Capt Traut, the new
j military attach, and Mr. Traut. In
any case the number of Amprican prpen
tations in 1011 will be strictly limitpd, a
it i understood that thp court authoritips
i considerpd thp number of American pres-
dilations in 110 excessive
On Monday evening Ambassador nnd
Mrs. Hill's New Year reception to the
American colony will be the first public
entertainment in the new embassy quar-
VOMPI.KTi: FISHERIES .ill A II IK
1 Amicable Conference at W aldington May
llenlace Work of F.xpertn.
! .Sfterfdt fiiKf nnpatrt la The Scn.
I London. Dec. 31 Tho Manchester
Guardian hears that the United States
People Leading the Country to l'.eaw the will accept the proposals of Sir Edward
CrnMii I'olnM for Hie .Unit or. I Grey, Secretary of State for Foreign
spi.i ctwr Unj'tiel la tiik hc.v. , Affairs, for a settlement by direct iipro
Viknna, Dec 31. -Viennese of all tiation of questions as to tho reasonalile
claoses are indignantly fleeing across ness of certain specific regulation re
the frontier for a few days to avoid the ' ferred by the award of tho Hague Tribu
census. which this year i a veritable . nal in the Newfoundland fisheries dispute
inquisition Matter's of ape, incomo to a commission of expert. Tho neRo
and occupation are strictlv inn wired into, tiation will bo conducted by a confer-
Other questions include the number nnd enco of rcpreentntive of the United I
For this reason they want the agree.
HOUSE IX IIA RVEI.OXA.
(irneral Strike Again Talked of Only
Wejler Presents Riot.
fiprrlal Cattle DnpUc'i lo THE ,mtn
Barcelona. Dec 31. -The labor situa
tion here is becoming aggravated. The
working classes are greatly excited and
there i still talk of a general strike.
It i reported thnt Gen Valeriano Wey-
tnr NfiHtnrv Ci4titnin.f!nnprMl nf Cntn.
lonla. will resign his post here to accept I
u r. rt li i.r 4n MuHrirl It ! l,ol v nr! Iiv I
conservative reldpnts of the province
that his retlrcmpnt from Catalonia at the
present Juncture would be most un
fortunate, a there is scarcely any doubt
that the riotous labor element is "held in
check mainly by the knowledge of the'
extremely vigorous measures he adopts
in dealing with disturber of the peace,
l itnn MVIIHEIIEII TO LIVE.',
Falllrres Commutes Oeath Kentrnee of
Hurand to J Year Imprlnonnient.
.S!rit Cable Dtipiuh la The Sl'k.
Pari. Dec 31 - President Falli6re I
. ,.r .i ..i....,io . .i. stntnu fni.,l.-. Vnnfmimllinrl and the. I ha commuted to seven year solitary
with their function in each house, and a British Charge d'Affaires at Washington, confinement the sentence of death ,p1
description of the bathrooms and sani- The first sitting of the conference will " Durand. secretary of theCoal Handler
I tarv arrangements, with their position be held at Washington in January. The ' " " ,or '"Ka-
I .... ....... inn thn milrMnr nl n Inmrnan rf t'l.-t
in the hou-e 1 conclusions will w uumitti to tne mem- "
Each form must be filled before Decern-, ber of the arbitration tribunal who will , " ' " av...g
r 31 and handed in an open envelope ! incorporate them in tho award. Mean- , ck returned to work before tho strike
affairs must inform tho police if the detail
according to hi knowledge, aro not
am ii u.'h.s.s.i .ui-.srf.'nr,
n .1... I........ ... V. r... , Id , tntanrt,! to flissnlvM tht '
tl.u .nti,n..i i f 'nnmmissinn of exoert let tho confer- 1hi nc,ion liw niinlmize the
once should not arrive at a iienniio con- biwh umiun-siunuii m- utoitui con
clusion. I federation of Ibor ha organized to be
GiotiCEHTER. Mas.. Dec. 31 The held around the Palace of the Elysee
State Department ha asked the Board I to-morrow while the President I holding
of Trade and tho Master Mariner' Asso- his official Now Year reception.
ciation to appoint a delegate each to ,
confer with a representative of New
foundland at Washington next week GREAT REDUCTION SALE
reiauvn ij iiie i.'ku,'""0 s.-i,,uik "
herring fishery enforced by Newfound- I
land on the treaty coust. The Hague I
Tribunal conceded the contention or rsnw
foundland to etablih reasonable rogu
inimn. cm-emluc the herrinc fishery on
the treaty coat, but before the regula- I
Well Krei-nl Prisoner, Closely Watched
- Hints of an. Anarchist Plot.
.sprrlul Cable Despatch la THE Sen.
Sarackissa, Dec 31 Much mystery Is
being made of the arressof a distinguished
looking individual who wa takon into
custody here to-day Ho was lodged in
a jail and -evoral pairs or oivil guard Hons can b put in forco thoy must bo
wero detail.vl to witch him ubm tied to tho representatives of tho
wero tl. tall.xl to watch htm v d s Government for examina-
Th Governor-General of Arragon has ,!,",
had several conference with tho central
Government in connection with tho arrest
The name of the prisoner ha not been
The Governor-General, It is said, be
While the nresent reeulatlons nro alone
the line of tho old modus vivendi and aro
in tho main considered reasonable, there
are some which tho fishing interests hero
tlimU iii.ir he modified, and it is to work
oijt an amicahlo solution and prevent
lievc he is connected with an anarchist further friction that the conference Is
plot called. President Thomas J. Carroll ha
, appointed Benjamin A. Smith of the
.SI lini ll)i:i FIIEXVII WEALTH. Gorton-Pew Company the ardof trad..
1 representative. Mr. Smith ha had
Hetclatloiio of Hie Legacy Italy lletiirns chargo of the D. B. Smith and Oprton
- Small Legacies- Hie Total. I'"' e, fr twenty-llvo years In the
jsiiinu i.i sa. les, ma ioisi. . Newfoundland herring fishery. Ho I
speri.,1 c,jM Detvatih la The Kcn. not ,.,1, mt i arixiou to got on a
I'akis. Dec 31 Statistics of tho lecacv I ....,! rU.rtmninnt iinderHtandinc with
artist, there are no father of play in ' duties paid in 1W, which wero published Newfoundland.
New lork I hey are all masters of j yesterday, show once moro how small
plays, men whoso first question is always nro the majority of fortune in Frauce.
what they can make out of them. There Theie were 39, UN successions, causing
I none of that affection put into n play tho dipoiu.m or .1,710,000,000 francs u
that one finds here A week's attention S1,1,'iS,ik),oii l'cnir-lifths or these sui.'
is given to u play there whore three week i I'ession vnri.sl from l.ouo to lO.lXn) Ir.inc
are given here " lor lo K non; forty-six exceodei
I'Afl'l-ns io lip ri'XKlo.vnis 5,nrm,iirio rr.in'-', or $1,000,000; ten exceeded
'l.,rr,.w .l,o nn,J ,h..', !! . .... bW-VI f nlllCS Or $2,000,000, Olid Ollly tWO
FROM TRAPPER TO WEARER
for old age pen-lons ceases und I.iO.iw
iauner in tho Loudon workhouse will
become eligible for pension Thoso wih
ng to tike advantage of th new pro-1
vision will o allowed to remain In the
workhouses until January 0, pay day,
when decent clothes will bo given them
in order lo enublo them to make a fresh
-tart Barely in per cent of tho Lon
don paupers aro taking advantage of '
the new law iiml the authorities expect
that a majority of those who do so will
return to tho workhouse after a very
A im.ir state of affairs I reported
from th workhouses
kingdom 'I he Governme
save little money by tho removal nf the
disqualification It cost alxitit twenty- i
six shilling a week to keep one of Lou- I
don's aged pauperi.
n a wivtku snow.
Tho winter exhibition of tho Royal 1
Academy, which oponad yesterday, Is one
of moro than ordlnury Internet. Tho
collected work of five recently deceased
academician aro shown, and in the caso I
of two. Sir W. O 0n:harWon and J M
Swan, aro quit worthy of having a "one I
exceeded iIi,iki,(ii franc or lio.ono.ouo.
The amount of duty paid was JTl.QOo.nui
fnuic or JM.'JO.oou,
;reeee Not IliDlng Ilatllrthlpt
Special Cable Dttpalth lo The scn
ATllfcNH, Deo. 31.- The newspapers hero
to-day printed a report that tho Greek
Government was negotiating with tho
United State for the purchaso of tho
battleship Kentucky and Kearsargo of
the Atlantic fleet, now on tho way to
Guantanamo, Cuba Responsible officers
detsled any knowledge of such negotiations.
This Superb Refrigerator
At Factory Price
Vou Himply ninnot afford to buy n refrigerator
until you hiivM seen tho Wickcs ItefriRcrator
It's t hit OVF. BKi refricerator value of tlio hoiisoii
throughout tho 1 ' '"'y tho Wi.'k.. ltcfrii-crator direcl from the
therefore wi.l! .-torv nt
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til.) most ndvunrud principle.
No other refrigerator no beautiful in design
Noun so perfect in operation. Absolutely sanitary
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31 W. 32d St., Between Broadway and Flltn Ave.
Buy the "FAMOUS
direct Irom America'
at our u holeiale sales
room and cave the
THE WORLD OVER
OUR WHOLESALE PRICES REDUCED
Iteomre of ImpoHom who copy our id.
UCYVtUl vcrtlKRienls. NM lmpoior
oprraio umler (purlous names iuicI mlsrrprrnt
In wllli) it tun.
The "t'mnoui Krsmrr Fori" rnjny the cou
fldtnrr of the most reputable merchant., through
out the United State-, who sell Ihem "atnre
1 873." They are warranted as represented, and
an- not found In tur stores open Just for the seaaon.
Wv have no retail store, but you tan buy them
direct from us at wholesale prices.
tiKN'l'INT. tll'fiSIAN rONY COATS innl
CalfsUln. such as sold by retailers t97 RA
pony) I'ulllenglh.allk lined . . ali0VI
CAIIAI't'l. ('OATH, full length, bro.(t Rf
caded silk lining aaiitHI
Jl A II MOT COATS (Mink color! Full length.
iMIk lining). iSold -by retailers itJ1 tn
I Mink) .. . f""iH
I.YMX. FOX, WUL.r A "III
$21.00, $27.50, $31.50
HKN'S Flit AI'TOMOIIII.K
COATS. Itacroon, Wombat,
$15.50, $22.00, $33.60
URN'S Pl'lt I.IMKD liElt.
SKI COATS (not nroadeloih).
(ienulne Persia nCJS.Rf)
l.amh Collar . a".OU
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Take elerator (o nhele.ale Sale.reema.
1868 Established 43 Years
6th Ave., 20th to 22d St.
The January FURNITURE, SALE,
Starts Tuesday Next
With Half a Million Dollars' Worth of Artistic Furniture
Reduced 10 to 50
Third and Fourth Floors.
Besides the usual lines of furniture in the sale, one of the important
features will, be Period furniture in Colonial Chippendale, Sheraton,
facobian, ludor and Mission Designs. Write for circular of popular
Not one dollar's worth is reserved, except
filing cabinets and sectional bookcases, with
whose makers we have a definite agreement
not to reduce the prices. Everything else is
included, from the simplest kitchen cabinet
all the way up to this handsomest of furni
ture made Period furniture.
The Furniture Comes from
Our Own Makers
We guarantee every piece of furniture in
this sale. It ivould be impossible lo do this
unless we knew absolutely just what kind of
furniture we were selling, so every piece of
the entire $500,000 ?wri7i that we have comes
from our own makers, on ivhom ice have
learned to depend absolutely for good design,
for honest construction.
Every Piece Will Bear a White
Tag and a Green Tag
On every piece there tvill be a ichite tag.
upon which the regular price will be marked,
and a green tag upon which the neiv January
Sale price will be marked, so that you can
yourself see just what the reductions are.
What We Mean by Regular Price
It is not a fictitious "value" put upon the
furniture, but the EXACT PRICE for
which ive ourselves have sold the identical
piece upon which you will find the price.
The Sale Will Remain Fresh
Until the End
When the doors open on Tuesday we shall
have great quantities of the furniture already
marked for your inspection, but it ivould be
impossible to put even upon our two vast
floors such a quantity of furniture as we have
arranged to sell at these prices.
Special arrangements have been made with
Reg. Price. Wood. Atllcle.
$0.50 Birch Chiffonier
$23.75 Natural Mahogany Toilet Table
$64.50 Tuna iMahoirany Chiffonier
$46.75 Golden Oak
$61.25 Bird's-eye Maple
$13.25 Natural Oak
$1 1.25 Natural Oak
$63.00 Bird's-eye Maple
$47.50 Bird's-eye Maple
$37.50 Bird's-eye Maple
$21.00 Golden Oak
$85.00 Bird's-eye Maple
$51.00 Golden Oak
46.00 Golden Oak
Toilet 1 able
$45.00 Circassian Walnut Chiffonier
$30 50 White Enamel Dresser
$68.00 White hnamel
$306.25 Golden Oak
$190.75 Golden Oak
$1 18.00 Mahogany
$20.50 Satin Walnut
$42.50 Early English
$27.50 Golden Oak
$101.50 Early English
$20.00 Early English
Kitchen Cabinet $20.00
China Closet $75.00
China Closet $40.00
Carving Tabic - $26.00
Carving Table $10.26
Carving Table $25.00
China Closet $10.00
the manufacturers so that fresh goods will be
shipped throughout the month. The assort
ment will be as good at the end of the month as
on the first day of the sale. You will never
have to choose from the remainders of stock;
the slock will always be full and complete, so
that if you cannot be here on the first day and
CAN come on the 151 of the month you
will still find our stocks superbly rich and
everything marked 10 to 50 per cent, below
regular prices. '
To Hotel and Boarding House
Just twice a year do you have an oppor
tunity as good as this to buy furniture fine
enough for your purpose. Here spread out
on two vast floors is every possible sort of
furniture, including beds and bedding, that
you can use in the most extravagantly beau
tiful hotel or the simplest boarding-house.
Every piece is from 10 to 50 per cent, below
the regular price.
Everything May Be Bought on
the Club Plan
People drawing salaries and conscien
tious young people, whether married or not,
are given the same advantage in price during
these sales as if they paid cash or had a regu
lar charge account here. This means that you
may furnish your new home just as many
young people kty their houses, by paying io
per cent, down after you have chosen what you
want, and the rest weekly or monthlyaccord
ing to a mutual agreement made between
yourself and these stores.
"e quote only a few prices here to show
how the furniture has been marked. The re
ductions extend from the top to the bottom of
our stock, including the finest we have and
the least costly. Details follow:
Reg. Price, wood. .uticie.
$60.00 Golden Oak Library Table
$37.00 Golden Oak Bookcase
$J2.oo Walnut Chiffonier
$61.25 Mahogany Cheval Glass
$87.50 Mahogany Chiffonier
$26.25 Satin Walnut Toilet Table
$58.00 Tuna Mahogany Toilet Table
$41 .75 Tuna Mahogany Chiffonier
$27.25 Golden Oak Toilet I able
$85.00 Golden Oak Dresner
$23.75 Golden Oak Toilet Table
$49.50 Tuna Mahogany 4-6 Bed
$74.50 Tuna Mahogany Chiffonier
$35.75 Mahogany 4-6 Bed
$49.00 Mahogany 4-6 Bed
$45.00 Mahogany 'Toilet Table
$42.50 Mahogany Toilet Table
$84.00 Circassian Walnut Dre.sscr
$12.50 Mahoganv Piano Stool
$5.50 Golden Oak Desk Chair
$37.50 Mahogany Cabinet
$21.50 Birch Desk
$16.50 Mahogany Rocker
$14.00 Golden Oak Sewing Table
$33.00 Weathered Oak Cellarette
$9 00 Weathered Oak Cellarette
$8.50 Weathered Oak Wood Box
$22.00 Malachite Oak Rocker
$13.50 Weatheted Oak Lamp
$245.00 uolu 3 pc
$78.75 Mahoganv 3 pc
$16.75 Enamel Settee
$17.98 Weathered Oak Cor. Cabinet
I $8.50 Bird's-eye Maple Desk Chair
I $19.00 Bird's-eye Maple Desk
$31.50 Kvonyx Cheval
$20.25 Kyonyx Desk
! $12.25 Natural Gum Soninoe
$7.00 Kyonyx Rocker
$13.50 Green Settee
$13.50 Green Reed Rocker
Of some of these there is but one piece, of others two or three but there are
more, 'hough not so greatly reduced.
Parlor Suit $122.50
Parlor Suit $39.50
The Best White Sale We Hate Ever Held Will Open Tuesday Morning Too.
The Details Will Be Found in Tuesday's Papers.
The Wall Street edition of THE EVENING SUN contains all the fmanci?H
news and the stock and bond quotations to the dose of the market. The closing
quotations, including the "bid and asked" prices, with additional news matter,
are contained also in the night edition of THE EVENING SUN. -Adv.
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