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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
HoIhixI R. ConkHn President of
Compnn.v to Develop Sugar
FHCIT AND IRON ALSO
Two Existing Lines in Province
of Cinnnjruey Hnve Recn
Dovr.n, Del. Nov. 20. Th Nutlornl
lUllway of t'uha, a I2n,ono,0()0 company
w.i incorporated hern to-day by the
United SUtes Corporation Company,
a resident agent, Th National Railway,
of Cuba ha franchises from Cuba for the
oonntniotlon of approximately 250 miles
of railroad through the provlnoes of
CamftRiioy and Hanta Clara.
The atoek ronslntn of $3,800,000 A per
cent, non-cumulative preferred and 118,
500,000 common. The company will com
mence buxIneHS on $4,000,000, of which
$800,000 U already paid in,
The president of the road Is Roland R.
Conklln, a banker of New York, who han
been prominent in the development of
Cuba, especially In railroad work, As
sociated with him in tho active directo
rate are Col. J. M. Tarafa, Stanley I..
Conklin, A. J. Besuzzi and Lionel Kmdin.
Other directorn named are Haydock H.
Miller, Howard K. Wood, it. O. Coughlan,
Joseph F. Ciirtin, Cecil A. Clarke and
J. M. Satterfleld.
Roland R. Conk in said yesterday at
his qfflce at 1 Wall street that the com
pany had already acquired two railway
linen crossing the province of CamaRiier
from north to south. One line, the .lucaro j
and Moron, is about forty-two miles long, j
crossing the island at ita narrowest point
from Han Fernando on the north coast
to Jucaro on tho south. The other rood
ia the Puerto Principe and N'uevitas.
"A very largo development of the rich
agricultural resource of these two prov
inces Is looked for from the building
of these railways." said Mr. Conklin.
The road will touch the American colo-ny
of I Gloria, whose production of citrous
fruits is tho finest that can be produced. It
is promised that within six yearn they will
be shipping 1,000,000 boxes of the fruits,
against 50,000 boxes now being exported.
The north coast road will also pass through
the iron ore lands of the Lackawanna
Hteel Company and Witherbee, Sherman
A Co., who expect to be mining 1.000
tons a day by the time the road is finished
"Nuovitas has been the port of entry
and exit for all the commerce and pro
duction of this region for years. The
lands whose products will be brought out
to this port are primarily sugar lands.
The National Railways plans to build
two large sugar mills in. addition to the
mill that is nearing completion at Moron
that will have a capacity of 50,000,000
pounds a year
CAN'T EXTRADITE FOR INSANITY.
Crair Prraon Is Not a Criminal,
Sar Justice granary.
On the ground that Insanity is not a
crime for which a person can be arrested
hero for extradition to another State
Supreme Court Justice Seabury yester
day ordered the release from the Tombs
of Amelia Leonard, who escaped from
the Worcester State Hospital for the In
sane in Massachusetts a month ago and
was picked up by the police at Thirty-
third street and I'a rk avenue. She had
been In the Tom bs ever since
Miss Leonard is a trained nurse whose
case attracted vome attention when she
was arrested in Hoston in March, 1911,
charaed with stealing from natients.
One complaint was that she had stolen
wearing apparel from Miss Mary J Ixck
wood, who had died. Mis Ieonard was
hentenced to an indeterminate term in
the State Reformatory for Women in
Middlesex count v. Massachusetts, and
later was transferred to the insane hos
Hal! c Ctntury
While the variety of Handkerchiefs which are appro
priate for men is limited as to ornamentation, there it
still a wide field for selection in style, size and quality.
We quote for some popular lines:
Plain Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in all sizes with
all widths of hem, the largest being a yard square, 25c,
50c, 75c, $1.25 and up to $8.00 each.
Hand Embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs with vari
ous styles of letters and mannish corner designs, 25c,
50c, 75c and $1.25 each.
Colored Border Handkerchiefs, 25c, 50c and $1.00
each, in very wide assortment.
This department carries a very choice collection of Men's
Wear, suitable for holiday gifts, including
Men's Gloves, Neckwear and Pajamas.
French Terry, Blanket and Lounging Robes.
Knitted Silk Reefers and Silk Half Hose.
Silk Negligee Shirts, Underwear, etc.
James McGutcheon & Co.,
CU A vrs fi, XT V Opposite
JIU avctt 7lla Jl., 11.1. Wuldorf-Astoria
No wonder there's a run
'Glad we anticipated it.
Glad, too, that we stocked
big in browns.
More attractive shades of
this popular color than ever
English models more con
servative models every pat
tern confined exclusively to
Youths' suits, sizes 32 to
35 chest, $16 to $32.
Same story of style, snap
and success $16 to $40.
Wr'v sold a number of tbtte youth,' ooata of
our toft fancy Woolen, to girl, who want amarl
ullorrd matt or realty Hoe fabrics at moderate
Motor coats, caps, Stetson
Derbies, shoes and furnish
Rooers Pebt Company
Three Broadway Stores
t at at
Warren it, 13th at 34th
THE LARGEST MAKBR OP MEN'S i
' M ajMOKB IN TUB WORLD i
Look in W.L.DoucIa store
windows nnd insnci-t tlm vpr"
latest fashions: also the rntisrrviv-
Jtiv styles, which have mado V. L.
.ifoiiCTin shoes household worn
'everywhere. Shoes in nil leathers, all
tvles nnd shnnes. in suit men f n all
Walks of lifo. If von rould visit. IV. L,.
Doilirlas larcra ffu'torlea at llrm-ktnn.Maa
'nd see for vonraelf how cnrefiillv W. I..
1 Douglas shoes are made, vnu would then nn
aersuino wnv iney are warranted to at DC iter.
1 m - . - - 1
iouk oeiter. 1101a their una no ana wear
1 longer than any other make for the price.
THEBcgr $s.oa a ma 99. so
mora' tVots in the woklo
nAUTiniU !" that W. L. Doaalaa ummeA
k'ww m-mmm ii MMinNfl m. hum.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
. n.i!wijiM.noi .r pm ror mi in yoar finally, xv , V:.J
IN NEW YORK:
S Mataan Street.
"58 llroadway, enrnrr Sth 8trt.
MS llroadwaj, cor. 14th St. (Tnlon So,,)
1349 K roadway, corner ."With Street,
140A llroadwar (Tim. Square),
M Third Avenue.
1483 Third Arrnue.
3101 Third Aienne, romerUOIh Street.
3779 Third Ae.,tet, Uflth 147th Hta.
S4B Rlghth ATcnue.
Ml Klehth Avenue.
WO ! HSIIi hlreat.
41 FnltoB Straet, rarnar Paarl Street.
7 OH. 7 10 Broad way. corner Thornton St.
13A7 Itroadway, corner flatea Avanna.
47S Fifth Avenue, corner lltk H tract.
1779 I'ltkln Avenue.
.IRItSRV CITV-34 NewarkAnaaa.
HCWARK-IJI Rroad Street,
FATF.RSOX-1M Market HI.,rnr.CIark
TKKNTON-101 E.Htata St., cor. Rroad
No more acceptable gift can be made
to any member of the home circle than a
choice piece of furniture something
that will become an heirloom of the
Those in quest of such gifts will ap
preciate the value of making early se
lections from a complete exhibition.
Our display of FLINT'S FINE FUR
NITURE is now most inviting and se
lections will be held for any desired de
Geo. C. Flint Gq
w m . i i i i
Soft and stiff bosom
Worth f I .AO St 11.01)
Colors are ncHt stripe.
uuns uttucned or de
Slit Qloves at 98c
Fall Underwear Big Savings!
Derba ribbed nulbrlfiftun 49c
White and Gray Merino 49c
Natural Wool (llfthtwelaht) 98c
Cooper's 11.50 Worsted at 98c
Cooper's Lamb's Wool 11.49 (lint 1M)
CLVETT FAB0DY6CaTHQY HX
R. H. Macy Ce.'s Attractions Are Thsir Lw Prices
Herald Square, KM Broadway,34thto3SthSt.
H(M! FIJRNISHINGS OF QUALITY
Specially Priced for Thanksgiving.
A Magnificent Jacobean Suite
in Mellowed Oak, $259.75
5mir Suiits elsewhere, $325.00 and more
The Tudor influence may be-seen in the turned husks and quaint
decorative effects that mark this fine.suite.
This strongly-marked style is combined with the dignified lines
and severely practical construction characteristic of the period
The Suite, while perfectly plain, is richer in appearance (han
other Suites treated in more decorative style.
The items of which the Suite consists areas follows:
An EitenuM Tabla Extends 10
A Buffet With top measuring
60 inches x 24 inches. There are
two top drawers, one of which is
baize-lined for silverware. There is
one large bottom drawer for linen
and two center cupboards. The
columns are fluted. .
A China Clatet Measures 60
inches high. 44 inches wide, and 19
inches deep. There are three
grooved shelves and two mirror
backs. Straight glass ends and front.
The columns are fluted.
feet, with top measuring 54 Inches.
Fluted pedestal base.
The Sieb Chairs Four In num
ber. Slip seats covered In genuine
brown "Spanish" leather. Fluted
front legs and wood panel backs.
Ab Ana Chair Matches the side
chairs. Solid construction, with
A Chippendale Suite in solid mahogany Is priced S339.63
(elsewhere 5400.00 and more) and consists of ten pieces. This
Suite is an actual reproduction of one of the finest extant specimens
of Chippendale Furniture.
A Colonial Suite in Circassian Walnut costs $204.91 at Macy's,
but S250.00 and upward elsewhere
The design of the ten nieces of 'which it consists combines the
graceful invention of the Empire period (1804 to 1815) with the
sterner and more dignified lines characteristic of the work of the
Colonial Furniture-makers of Virginia.
Individual pieces of
Extension Tables with 42-inch tops
and with 6, 8 and 10-foot exten
sion, range from 110.49 to 1146.00.
In golden oak (polish or wax fin
ish) and in mahogany finish, from
HIJS to tlllM. The mahogany
finish Tables also have 48, 54 and
Buffets of golden oak (polished or
wax finish) cost H2.74 to tlStJOO.
while those in mahogany finish range
from JJ9.75 to W.1S.
fine Furniture at
Serving Tables in golden oak (wax
finish or polished) are SI9J4 to
$SS.S0. In mahogany finish they
cost from $16.49 toW.14.
Dinini Raaaa Chair in golden oak
are tl.49 to SI6J4. In mahogany
finish they cost ti.24 to H149.
CbJaa Charts in golden oak -are
priced from SI047 to S93.1S, and In
mahogany finish from $24.24 to
CnsUlCfeatU of golden oak, In pol
ished or in wax finish, cost $263$
to $7S.2S. forth Flea.
BUY YOUR PIANO AT MACY'S
It Pays to Pay Cash for a Piano
Here's proof. We Challenge Contradiction
"Straus" Upright Piano in mahogany or mission fin
ish; 10 year guaranteed instrument, costs $135.M.
Similar Piano sells for 1200.00 on the 'instalment, plan
Similar satints on "Strom" Plow up U $295.00.
"Straus" Player Piano in mahogany or mission-finish;
10 vear guaranteed instrument, costs $275.00.
This is an 88-note model Player, built in the bestrsub
stantial manner, and embodying every rrkxlernjmprove
ment, including a music tracking device which h's a better
one than in any other player piano. Notice the;follow
ing: The identical Player sells under a different name
elsewhere, on the instalment plan, for S3400.00. '
There's a difference between a Piano bought fopcash-
.A - I? I 1- J J.1 4 4 1 VMS ,
ana a riano pougnt on me instalment pian. i nereftsi
difference in sentiment andia vast -difterencfriSnt price.
A debt-Piano, boutc-th&instaIrnentfpran,.gives
off nothing but discord.
"The fact that, H TsushtuL&frtvkfc, mm aed
fait abwld Mall w of ymr faaaily, a ym tmU
oat keep up yaw prmata so yaw Haas, tka dep
uty sheriff could icanae with a dray ani carry t
nan away. takei alt the-waat awiak ut al lha
The same Piano boughHor cash at Macy's costshalf
as much, and is the source of sweet'music,
"Buy the thinf i ysu naad and pa) hr thaaa. If yaa
haran't the naoey to psy for the things yw naW
)uat wait until reu get the awney, ajai note the sweet
utisf action of boinf Uor than tiawatitlaa"
THE SWAGGER ENGLISH OVERCOATS men are
wearing at the Horse Show arc sold at Macy's for $8.00
tlo $12.00 less than elsewhere. Burberry and other
famous builders of Top Coats and Ulsters represented
in our assortments. All sites. All styles.
DRESS SUITS AND ACCESSORIES are a particular
point of pride with us. There is no accessary for full
dress wear that you cannot obtain at Macy's. Our
new "slim-effect" Dress Suits and our "different" Silk
Dress Waistcoats are the envy of many high-class
f Formerly A, T. Stewart et Co.
Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
Today, 150 of the Finest $35 Satin
lined Overcoats for $25
Black, Oxford and Cambridge Gray
The first lot of these over
coatsISO did not last out
the day of their offering
Now comes the second lot,
fresh from the workrooms; fine
ly tailored and finished Ches
terfield coats of a' famous fab
ric used by the best custom
tailors a cheviot with a quarter-century
reputation for qual
ity; sleeves and body lined with
fine satin; collar of silk velvet;
outside breast pocket; side pock
ets with flaps; buttons hidden.
We can sell these overcoats
at $25 because good tailors
are rare; the maker of the
coats preferred to lose money
rather thanr lose
during the quiet season. He agreed to make up for us 500
overcoats, $35 grade, which our people may have at $25.
Many men came too late for the first 150.
The second 150 came in yesterday and will go on sale this
moming. Burlington Arcade floor, New Build inf.
A Man Likes Comfort at Home I
He Will Find It in the Rather "Different" Wanamakcr House
Coals and Dressing Gowns
House Coats from Paris.
Silk crepe, woven on a warp
of wool. Hand-tailored the
only house coats in America
that are hand-tailored. In
silver gray, purple, navy blue
and golden brown. Silk-lined.
House Coats from Japan.
Habutai silk quilted on an in
terlining of cotton batting and
lined with habutai silk. Very
light in weight. Made under
the supervision of our commis
sioner resident in Japan, in gol
den brown, navy blue, jet black,
purple, and sea-weed green.
American House Coats.
No others just like them.
"Prettiest house coats in
New York," said a woman
shopping for Christmas
gifts. Made with natural
shoulders. 25 colors and shades
in each size. Double-faced all
wool cloth; plain on one side,
plaids or stripes on reverse side;
pockets, cuffs and collars of
reverse facing; cloth and braid
bound. $5 to $12.
Dressing Gowns from Lon
don. Of heavy twilled silk 100
per cent, pure; no lining; in
dark green, dark purple and
dark blue. $65.
Of lighter weight silk, mixed
with a little cotton and silk
lined; same colors, $50.
Of heavy vicuna, plain shades,
stripes and mixtures, $27.50 to
Of broadcloth first showing
in plain dark tones, $18.
Of woolen mixtures, jSlain and
fancy camel's-hair, zibeline
and cheviots $18 to $27.50.
Dressing Gowns from Paris.
Of wool and cotton, in plain
shades and fancy effects, $15.
Dressing Gowns from Ja
pan. Same silks and colors as
house coats; with or without
Blanket Bath Robes. Made
in this country. Cotton mixed,
$3, $4 and $5. All-wool, $6.50,
$7.50, $8.50, $10. Stripes and
jacquard figures; some plain
colors with contrasting border.
Burlington Arcade floor, New Building
,000 Worth of Best Brass Desk
ware for $1,500
. Solid brass, finished lilge old
brass, in desk blotters, ink
stands, stationery racks, letter
clips, calendars,, pin trays and
other necessities' for' the well
Designed in a. plain substan
tial way with narrow borders of
repousse work, carved leaves
and other simple designs the
best of taste for the executive or
for the home desk.
All at exactly half usual t
prices because last March we i
arranged with the ' manufac
Inkstands, 75c to $2.75. '
Book racks, $1.S0 to $2.50.
Stationery racks,, 75c to IMS.
Letter clip. 50c to 75c.
turer, conceded to be the best
brass desk-ware maker in the
world, to take over his discon
tinued patterns -throughout the
He has just accumulated si
A letter clip in. maple, leaf
design is 50c; a calendar, $1;
a letter file, 30c; an exceed
ingly good-looking inkstand, $1
While we shall sell all pieces
singly, the majority can be
matched into sets for $15?or
$16, worth $30 and more.
Twine boxes. 75c
Calendars. $1 to $1.15,
BUI files, 40c to 45c
Paper cutters, 30c to 75a
Pin trays, 50c to $1.15.
Desk blotters, $2.25 to $2.50.
60c Stationery at 35c box
24 -sheet of note paper, 24 correspondence cards and
envelopes to match. Fine white cambric-,paper,8tamped
in i gold with t one i letter.
Main -floor Ncw Stewart- Building.
Five New Carloads of COWAN
FURNITURE HaveatLast Caught
So, Now,. After a Silence of" Days, We
Can Advertise This Furniture Again.
You cannot hurry an artist 1
The Cowan factory does not
rush pieces out topsy-turvy.
Even though the first week of
selling this furniture so depleted
the ranks that we had to stop
advertising though we wrote
and wired, and went personally
to Chicago though the people,
like young Oliver Twist, kept
asking "for more" still we
have had to wait until each
article received the careful fin
ish which this factory never
gives until the piece is sold;
and until it then waited the
necessary number of days for
its final polish, and was then
packed almost as carefully as a
piece of jewelry, and shipped
with all the caution and skill
that characterizes all the work
of this famous and artistic
At last five more carloads have
now arrived, one by one
Completing Many of the
Bedroom and Dining-room Suites
Already on Our Floors
We had to buy a very great quantity of this furniture
to get the prices down to their presentlow level of a full
third below the Cowan.. prices. And it was only becauso
Mr. Cowan preferred to make his product better known
here in the' Bast by a sale i of thhvkind, rather than by
spending the money on magazine advertising, that the
present rates can be quoted.