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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1913.
FOR STUDY OF CHINA
fie Kstnhlishpd Vudvr Hie
i'M)ins of (Iip Smith
HUIMITTKES AUK CHOSEN
Sio.imn Atiproprintcil for
ii i'rcliniinnry Survey
W siiisiitiiN. .l(ti a 'Hip flret mm
ttt f-liiini vi inovi'ini'iil for tho Hturty of
tin- .intliropuloi-y. I'lVilb.itWin ntul work
f tin' undent Cliiiii'sM was Inunehisl in
uli'tii;t(ii tnd.iy I iy it primp of nr
hit,ilnt;its mid fitiiinri'i timi't'iiR unilf-r
in1 iiikpiiii of tin .SmMliKouian Intuitu
on rouiidilinn vviro Inirl for what Ih
i.. u known ih tin- Anipriciti School of
Virlin'Mucy In ( hin.i It i iiomhI tlmt
tlin M'linnI stiiill In1 I'.-tnliliilu'cl on tlio noi
of Clntm hm well as in tli I'tiiti-d .States
nrul tlio work to In- earned on will U of
I'm tlioiisind dolliirs w.ih appropriated
to-day for a pivlitniiurv mirvoy m tlio
1iln" republic Th's ivirvry will rover
about a year and n half and will ho made
by IvtnKdon Warner of the Honton Mum-uni
of Kmc Art It it twul that funds have
already Ixvn Jin vntoly -ilscrited for the
rout of the work tnap'ivl out for the next
eighteen month No ditlVnlty in imtici
patod in tlnaneinc the new oranirjition
The rommittee on oriuuiizjitioii mimed
at the meeting in Washington tvnmntn of
Dr. II l ilnon. prenident of the
Arehn'ologiiMl liititi.. of America;
Charlen 1 Waleott s.-i tet.iry f the
Smithsonian Institution and I'harles I,.
Freer Mr Kner h a wealthy resident
of Detroit . who lor iwentv years Ills
had an aette intetent m ( hinese an.
He receiitlr Iih - deeded to the Smith
sonian institution h out lection or 'hine
and .Japanese uniting' and (vrntnie
valued at $l.fmo.t ll exeeiltive oom
rrlttce ot lie n- named to have eharge
of tho new orgnniAit ion. I'lim eom
nmtee includes among otherr- Kugene
Meyer. .Ii- ,cf i. ork.
general coMimittee h,v been aln
JAILED EDITORS ARE POPULAR, '
inn- .lrimauea Sent 1 tdntnl I'rltiin
Uy Prominent Men.
UotSK, Idaho, .Ian A -Tlinuminili of
letteid anil telegrams from prominent
pcrMitiM in all parts of the critmtry
were received to-day by IE, S. Sheridan,
. O. Hroxun and A. U. Crimen, who are
nerving tun day sentences for con
tempt of court. Tin Ir culls are )anlcd
"The Supreme Court's record for the
last few months tmiUes the duty of the
next Legislature plain," said .1. II. tilb
miii, chairman of the Progressive Stato
committee of Idaho.
A message to Mr Sheridan from C.ov.
West of Oregon says; "I urn fotwnrd
Ing by this mall dsta In re Oiegon
parole and honnr system for your medi
tation. If in need drnw on me for n
Sheridan and llroxon, publWher and
managing editor of the fVijrtfnl AVjc.i,
which published a message from Col
Hoosevelt held rontemptuous bv the
Lawyer Wlio Offered Hi Ser
vices Is Appointed ly
TO STAHT XKXT Tl'KSDA V
Inve.stiiriitinn Will Cover Every
Pluise of llu.siness in Xew
William H. Kllison, of tfi.'i Hroadway,
was yesterday aimolnied bv (Iov
rl'?T;V,'C,',,r,,r'lllr.r,lnKV.,',S,ll''-r" to conduct an inve'stlgation
nrVlti1, i,""llr- th, wholf Held of
Hundreds of pennies are pouring in nr.. ln,rn, i n,i .. m, fin
to pay the J500 tines
Imposed on each
s: LITTLE FALLS POLICE
CHIEF THREATENED SULZER
Told Him Hp Had "Cull of a
Brass Monkey." Governor
Tells Mayor Lunn.
Albant, Jan. 4 Mayor l.unn of
Schenectady cam" this afternoon to con
cratulate (Jov. Stilr.er on the s'and ho
Ins taken for free speech, referring par
ticularly to the tiuvcrnnr's annual men
age which treats of the suhjcel In
his interview the fjuvrrnor telated to
the Mavnr an Interesting expet inrp
which he hud In Mttle CnlK where
Mayor l.unn was arrested last fictnber
on the clinrge of melting i" riot
The fJovernor atd that during Ms
campaign he stopped at I.lu Kalis and
get'lng off at the lallroad station to
make speech, lie asked where the place
-.i- in ' liiunii j-rti-, . .inc .MMyiir l.unn Klfa ;ia
poke. I union I'atk i :w.i- the tailroarl mMite raduiil and if
"tation. On being duivtcd to 1!,.- sp..t
the (oerii.r began t.. make hl nm-
pt Kii speeci ,mnnc innvp precept was
fire Insurance in this State Mr. Kllisoii
offered his services and when his investi
gation is completed, probably in six weeks
lime, he will make his report to the (iov-1
ertior ' I
Mr Kllison arrived in town last night
from'Allianyand said that he will probably
start Ins investigation next 'linsday J
I .My idea, lie said, whs tlmt I wnuirt
Ix'gi'i on Tuesday and make and con
' sider suggestions as to the general course
oi ine investigation. I lie suliject litis a
very broad scope, covering practically
the whole field of file ilis iraliee in Now
York Siai.. I ixsct to nk up every
phas ol l'ie subject one bv one, mid
tiaust e.ieli inn- U'fore taking up aliic'iei'
C(n 1'ii'siiay I ho- to linn just wlieie
"As i slid. Ill ubjei t I, a brond one
and is n i simpiv i.nrine,l t. nr.dird
policies, but covers eerv phas- ,.f ir.sur
nr.ce Ii is a vil.ioit tfv.i' ,i IT. t n
men .in of (en l or mstii I might
t iUe ,p the oiieM'ion ,,f brokers and
agent", or the i iestioii ul r.ite, or th" .
ipiixtmn ..I tein-iiraiiee On Inesdav i' I
will in- largely n matiei i.f deii.rniituhg 1
winch Hiibiect i iiii.-i inunedinlelv avail
"Mv I'le.i s r, tKittfv the insurance
j cotnvinies that I in going to start ot. :
, I nesdav o that they idii wild tl.eii I
repivnentalive., and we n ngree upon
.Mini" course of .11 HOD I'd llde to glVe
Jill" ('ollltlliloller .1 .) II-. m oil" of the
! i.'s' chance li ntiwent ln case Mis.
J i 1 1 ih - ( !. m i it, the jvits-rs. are
foi.taicd it would I
created, which includes in i-s member-1 Chief of roller James l.ong. w ho nrt ested
ship t ol I heodore Hoosevelt . tornier
President, lames Ii. Angell of the Vni
etsity of Michigan, f miner President
1 tiarle l.liol ol Harvard I'niVrtrsif.
William It Mead of New orl Mitchell
1 am II of WiisOington 1 l' . Charles
I. Hutchinson f mc.ig" l'harl. H.
llutiei ol Wasi cig'on. 1'red-riek Mc-
or'nieU of I'ckin. Henry White, lormer
mba-ador Ui I'rane" Willard I,.
Vraigl,', secteta-v of h" American
gro ip of Uiliker, in ( tuna. President
A I Hiidley of ale CniiMty. 11 1.
A.Ipoii if Johns Hopkins I'linoi-sity and
ti e tneinbers of tl iecii'ive committee
' . .iirry i it fie progiarntne looking
, hi. estclihshl.iellt "f the soliool on the
-.i.f China I'dwin 1 I. Wjliam llrst
-e.r uiiv if the I'luted .sat Ix-gation
.' i .ii,!, Ir liarle- I) luiiey. Knit id
,ii -s 'ins'il at V.'inkuig. and I he Alnei i-
a, M.ni-t. r e-of5lcio. were natn.-d as a I
ei'iiit'' in ''barge
upe of the most imp ul ml features
' i'e w.i.k of ine New York institution
w.'l le to alloiit .ipioituu,ty and facili
,, (ioxi,ng n, dints to make in
. stigatioi's ..f the anh.eology o! Clumi
II '- tugl .lllitr.e will be extended to
. dun' boib mnriean and ioteign .i i
hm"s i.i the i.rgauiition Tins p.i.ise
f the tirogiainme H evpivte-l to prove
i gic.it stimul'is to students n undertake
esm rehes in I lunn. as nifwiiis would be
1'iovidisi loil. I ray tin cost of work which
mativ students are not likely to be in
pisitioii to attempt without financial
1 he new organi.it ion piopofes to
.ooerate vri'h all eti-ting societies
wIik. u'e w irking along the same line
THREE YALE LIEN STEAL AUTO.
smnsli Mneliliie milnl llitllillnu
nml re llelil In Hall,
o' Tii NoHWM.k. I'onu . Jan A
T ree we.ilthv Vale men, ImI t.v Viiuen:
! i.f b.wa. stole an automobile i,
HnilK. port this nun nine and set off f..i
New Vol k
May ir f.unn The Covernoi' sad thai
the chief told him that if he T.wri a
candidate for t.overnnr of the state he
would arrrl hlni too.
"You've cot as much rn.' r. n 1 -a -
nionkev," the (I nvcrnoi said Chief Long
Afterward Mayor Lunn snltl th-.t If
Sulzr had been (ii.vernoi on iictober
to IT last he ii' vir v,.iM lune been
nrrcsted. Mrs, Lunn and two children
were present wie n tl'e (lovernor shn"
hands wvh th- Sthiinviady Mayor
COLLECTING DYNAMITERS' BOND.
I.iilmr I iilons tn l.nrm I llir Kt
peetril to I'nrnlih SI.OTo.ooo.
dm too. .Inn . Attortievs fur the
unity-two il.Miamlleis who siiuied a
slay in the execution of the courts
.sentence b a writ ot supersrdi us an
tmunceil tins iilteiiioau. aflei ;, .-iiiil.r-
cin e iiui the Jl OTii 00ft bund fixed would'
In- forth, orillni; w "hln toi i eight hotir
!f nt all 1
.v !' -. i::n.i', n x.-iiiu- s.a.i w-;
Iiui'-. de, ,di d t menu ale ..ii if! oris
on tix raising ,it a personal l...tn! I'm
1. 1'-!'.' le. lilt!', establish!', III Die fS.j
ireini' Couit nukes a stirt bond v.ilul
Mat owing to the iinmea-e piemium at- j
fuelled to a suictv l-uid and to tin ,
gi cater facilities w,. hav. in oiita.nitig
a personal suietj Uf ball i.'iniind"(l i
Will be sei '.lltil
At'oin-v ..l!n tur'her i,i i'
sfren;i"iis eflotts wet,, heuig m.oli
throiiu'lioir. t'e loiir.ti' amuii'j
luouf iinluii" 'o iii'oduie tlui mini
coin t. I..ii'ii iiib.ir union in fiuii
be well to t ill" tne'll . 1 1 is.nsldeniliiiii
When Mr Kittson In- made lustcp.ni ,
ti, Con Sul.-ei the l itte w ill nmlte secont-
ue'iidal ions to tlio I.egisi-.i'irn io maKe j
ileal aid delinite prou-ion- of an ade
ipiate and pM.er fotfi of s'ndird policy ;
and In icg aliuiit the iem-l lieneliHl
results in tho mtelosl nf all ll.e iitloll'
ot tin Mate "
In a leltet ;i(H, ,tii,o (r rjiinoti'i nler
of his nri ir' (iov s .l?er s.ivs
I 1. 1 X , rei i e f ii it i r,. Mi' j, r, e- .
be'li vn-ten ei mill v h i'l. Imve .i11, . '
dire ie, no at'et.tiiii ulnae.- ot!. t mniliT
teiiillin; to fits itis'irnlire tn the fen i of tic
-'Mtiiliild (Ir, bisiirjnre po.n ' tiovlili-.l lo
-iH'llle it. (I Ilil'V M.i'J 111 I! is Slate
It I, .is ,.."!i s'aii.ff tl.ai i.i,- si. iikI. ltd
for", -e'l'iires r.tiliia! tev -i n a, it itn
jicix ene'tit in order tn do w-in b. westi
betli ih' ii-ufer ntul t ire lii-'treii
In .I'liiiMon the mativ diisi. ir- f.f ts.e
.'our'-i. -nine (utiflii tin? -Mh other- lisve
liroduce I a I'liiehtioti of itm. a loafiismr.
in t'L-nr l to 'he i'(,u i iope, u'.eniiitii.' .iiui
i-tt eei ot mo -milliard fire iii-i,ri!,.'e pmtet
I'e stai,. ,,f ,..x .irk and ii- i uueii--lectio
,'iio the u-e of I lie ft v l.e-; fnriri
ol Tire tsnii v li i po-spMi. io ilexi-e : is
iippHreMt 'lei Ic'is's'ioii is e. isstr in
IIIHse rli'.'il Hhll (left! lie Ihe iroXIsl'M!. nj
an iirteu'iaie hiui nroner tr.rin ..1 st.n, d iro
(toil. ' ill.il l. ni ,! i'. nit i ne ii, -i,.i le-ii,.". nl
re-ill's in 1 tie inn .! nl .i'l ' i. ,. , o iv ,,t
t ,i s
STEEL MEN HAVE BANQUET.
llftr rs 1 1 n u Ofliei-rs of t nriie.;le l om
inn llenil ii ii tut I t'ensl,
I'T.'-n; t Inn I l-v.ir s i-e -neu
The p.ntx iiilLed ,n Norwalk shortlv
after the pnlun had been untilbd t"
arnst tln rn. Two poticeint n with re
volvers posted thmsiies in the venue
of tlie toad and nearly lost, their lives
The automobile was crippled and could
not be stopped. The policemen Jumpe I
ti one side and then to the running
board of the car. vvhhh was stupped
against n brick building
In court later the two other students
gave their names as Cytll Illgelnw and
Charles Howe Alofsln, both of Norwich.
They were released under 130D bonds
mch. The machine, which was owned
bv Jnmes ,l Hrovvn of Katrtield, was a
i otnplete wreck.
AUTO SCORCHES INTO RIVER.
oteil Toledo Surgeon In Irllrlum
l,oe I, Ife In I'lilime.
TouEfio, Jati 4. -Ur. Peter Donnelly, a
' ii Kion known in many cities, was
diovvned In his automobile In the Miami
Liver at the foot of Madison avenue
arlv to. day. It is believed that Ur
Donnelly, while in a delirium from the
flip and bronchitis, from which he
id suffered foi several days, lost Ills
s.-nse of dire(tlon after leaving the To
ledo Club liuildlug on St Clair strict,
where lie bud intended a confidence
of tho Academy of Medicine. Instead
of turning west he directed the machine
down Madison avenue until tho auto
mobile plunged Into the river.
May Yldcau. a messenger was the
only person who saw the death cur take
lie water 1 Io savs the automobile was
Kdng at tenilli! speed. Six posts vvern
'nrn from their concrete foundations and
i lie chain parted from the impart of tlio
iiitomoliile. Divers recovered the body
ilt will be assigned tho Usk of pr...
( iinns a stipulated amount
Km h union will !' obliged to f liiiU!.
ads fur Us own p. in. .-nl. ii nembei s
m. ii r that have hren convicted ' -aid
.ii liappapoit. Willi the except. mi ,,f
n.le of IWO. :he bonds elilI', , ',,.
I'lllled States Cllilllt Court of Appials
111- no! "ii , i. I'll t .at tile men .anil.,' - .
cure friends In tlulr home iornll'l - t,,
insure their le!eae."
OVERHEAD COST AT HARVARD.
I Hie s.,.,.ti,
op. r.itini. ..fh.'i
f Amirew c
r of 'h c.i
wi . t ':! . an I
ii ti " ii il aflalrs. u.i
Thc biggest man
.lames A rari'.'ll
1, s pern.tti.v, ; ' e
i f, a' re nf il.es, .
ateetl-u with heir
f :h" evenlns was
PI -illletl! ("If t III
NO LICENSE FOR SPEED MANIAC.
Itefnseil to VtiutiK Brrvdnll
lUnRiBiu nu, l'n Jan. 4. A llcenmv to
diive an automobile has been refused
to (Jjover He.-gdoll, son of u brewer, on
the ground that hn Is a soed maniac.
This action was taken to-day by Kd
vvanl M, Hlgelow, Htato Highway Com
missioner. Tlie refusal to Bet'srdoll la due tn
chief of I'ollre Donaghy of the main
line tnwna. who prepared a Hat of
Bences with which Hcrpdoll had ben
rliarged and presented tho list to Com
NotlllcRtlon will he sent tn nwirby
Biiites to prevent Heri'll from coming
into Pennsylvania on a forelen license
utnv tho n'utomoblle courtesy law. "
lruf essiirB It ii I 'I'hrlr llrii Hot
Nrtr 'r.ttlelene. " IllsnUa,
Cambriphe. Jan. 4 Members of the
f.tculty at Harvard are thoughtfully
rubbing tiouhled brows to-day They
are pondering over an Intricate network
of blanks and spaces whereon Assistant
niptroller John Lewis Taylor has re
iinested them to rerord the exact dispo
sition which they make of all time spent
,i. the Interests of the university.
Not only are they expected to list the
hours spent in nctua! Instruction, but
also those spent In direct preparation
for lectures. In conferences with stu
dents, In personal lesearch work, cor
recting examination papers, assigning
grades and u dozen other odd Jobs.
These various items will aid In the es
tablishment of a syflom of cost account
ing as a basis for the determination of
salaries carried on by the rllng tide of
modern "efficiency" business methods in
Terms such as "overhead cost," "allo
cation of costs" and others of the same
ilk, fomerly associated with Industrial
Institutions and factories, are applied in
profusion to collegiate administration In
the circulars Just issued,
HECTOR FULLER'S TRIP IN VAIN.
flrtnrna From World Wlilr Chair of
Jordan I.. Molt Hd.
Hector Kuller, the wnr correspondent,
who was sent on a chase around the
world In an unsuccessful attempt to
break up the. elopement of Jordan L.
Mott 3d and Mrs. Walter Hovvne, got
buck to Now York yesterday afternuon
and went to the Ht. Margaret Hotel In
West Korty-seventh street. Mr. Fuller
refused to discuss th pursuit.
Mott and Mrs. Downe, who had been
an actress, left New York Inst winter
as part of tho ship's crew of tho steamer
Indradco. Four days later Mott's par
ents engaged Fuller to chase the couple
and ho went over on the Mauretanlu.
He missed the couple In London, fol
lowed them to Spain and finally caught
up with them In Hongkong.
He used all the persuasion he had,
hut could not separate them. He started
back by wny of the Pacific. It was re
ported that Fuller waa promised I25.UOO
If ho could bring young Mott home
I tilled Sintes Sti : i 'iii poratlon. w li ,
Painted a origin pature of the -;t.el in
' du-fv 's futtne
! fter the feast Lev, II l irnett. Alva
f. Ilnkcv ayl 11 ! Hope told of th.
".veif.ire" i.f the, I department- Wh.c
j'nev sa.d was tor the "faniUy" ntilv,
I ' Was explained flit tile door-' Wele
s 1 1 1 1 a Sinn as tlie dlnii.'t beiran.
i ii. iivnii car l vva- bound in t.
llii'ea 'u Itiil'atioti of fut nat" dim:
.ml iiili repr sen'ed th" !' . e .if a
hmkI ineii for m.itn i.f t'...- wurkeis in
'ne big mills of tlie coius'in.v
The "welfare'' speeches told not onlv
if the welfare of Hie buslines hir ,,1,,,
of plans for hettet lug wage and wont
ing condition.. N'o formal statement
of any kind was made public however.
NEW COAL ROAD TO LAKES.
I'ltlaluiru lii llavr knottier Outlet
rnlliiiv Inu nlc nf Line,
Pirrsut'KO, .Ian t. - Pittsburg will have
another direct rail mute ftoin the IjIuiiiiI
tnius coal field to the great lakes made
posslhli b sale of th" W aba-h-Pittsburg
Teitnlnal Italltoad and the tceiiittv ac
iiiln") control of the Wheeling and Lake
Krle b Joseph Itatnsev. Ji fninier presi
dent of the Wabash Hutlroad
On Tliuisday tlm I'edeial Court at
I'leveland derided Hamsev was the rlRht
ful prrsldeut of the Wheeling and Lake
"1 shall take steps to sell sufficient
bonds to take the Wheeling and Lake Krle
out of the hands of the receiver and place
It on a good financial basis wlieie it
nhoilld be," hm 1,1 Itamsev
Itefenlng to the Wabash-Pittsburg Tei
tn 1 1 1 ii I Itamsev said :
"I am deeply Interested In seeing t re
organized and made tne siieressrul piop
ei ty It should liuve been had It been given
a fall opportunity Time Is no reason
able excuse lor the manner In whleli the
road's business lias been allowed lo full
II I said Itanisey plans In come Into
the Plttsbuig field for what tonnage he
run get over ih, tn() muds tu the ureal
lakes, a plan which, It Is said, would ie
habilitate both mads very uulckly.
WILLIAM GASTON HAMILTON ILL.
tirmidsnii of Vinerlrnn Slnlesinnii Is
In .Serious t'miilitlon.
WHIam Oaston Humlltnn of Itamapn,
Kockland county, N. V., Is critically 111
at his winter home, luri Kast Twenty-
llrst street, thlH city, He has been an
invalid for many years, it was said nt
the house last night that Mr. Hamilton
has practically passed through an at
tack of pneumonia, hut his condition hi
Mr. Hamilton Is a grondsnn of Alex
ander Hamilton, Hie .Vmerlcan states
man wlio was kllh-d by Aaron Hurr In a
duel. He Is more tnan so. His son,
Wlllam I'lersnn Hamilton, married Mian
Juliet P. Morgan, daughter of .1. pier
Brk TBA vt' nmtMuk
THE SEVEN WISE MEN
PROFIT-SHARING ON A PRACTICAL BASIS.
HOW TO SAVE MONEY AND MAKE MONEY.
This is to be n sermon on H C O O W Y . b:wi
. i pon a wi-so utterance and upon seen rea-un.
''tu- I- the ba-is nf our disxt'tir-c: " 77k? slug
gard is wiser, in his own conceit, than seven men
that can render a reason."
Ken human beini; 1- mtfre-M'A. in economy .
ft ir it mtatis the earning leisure and independence
in the future, through -elt-demal and --tem now.
The e-tr.blislinient of R. 11. Macs cv G.. create t ca-h
retailing enterpn-c m the world. i- ba-ed al-ulutel
upon lines of intelligent, profitable KCONOMY in
the interest-, of the public.
Thi- article, with the illustration at the top. i
planned, of course, to attract your attention. That
which it announces is planned FOR YOUR Hl-NT:-I-TT.
We how you abo'e sex en wise men reasoning
with one foolish sluggard. Take it for granted that
the siupifd does not appreciate the importance of
econorm nor understand the AAac method.
The sewn win men vuli no. speak.
1ST W'ISIi MAN: Your ir,one. earned by your
work ar.d vur intelligence, shoukl bring ou in ihf
greate-t possible returns. Tin- it can do in two
w;i: l-'it'st. b earning interest before it is spent:
-econd. by purchasing to the utmost in quality and
iHiantit when it IS -pent.
R. II. Mac Co. GIN - YUl' I T1R1;ST ON
YOl'R AONHY. and enable uu to bu goods of
higher qualitv. and CHEAPKR l PI? ICR THAN
AN YYH FRF. F.LhF.
21) WISE MAS: Of a thoii-and -ucces-fu!
men, more than nine hundred and nmet attribute their
-ucce- TO FORMING HABITS OF F.CONOAiY.
" i Franklin preached on thi- for ears, and eer
, .eat millionaire to-da preache- the same, all telling
you that one hard thing is to save the FIRS'l
thousand, and that the second hard thing is to
1I0LD ON TO THF. OTHliR THOUSANDS.
R. H. Macy & Co. haw a plan which enable- you to
-aw your Fl RST thousand or to keep and add to
our other !hou-and-.
3D W ISE MAN: R. II. Macy & Co. haw a
-pedal Depositors Account Department for customer-.
You can deposit there as much or as little of your
income as you choose, whether it be salary, wages or
dividend. Every dollar earns, four per cent, instead ot
the usual three or three and a half, as long as it i-. in
4TH WISEMAN: R. H. Macy & Co. do a strictly
CASH business. There is no man that ever bought
a"dollars worth on credit of R. H. Macy & Co. -not
even a member ot the firm. Thus when you buy at
Macy's ou SAVE what other stores lose on bad
debts, slow pav and an extravagant bookkeeping
department. (NO ARGUMENT IS REQUIRED TO
PROVE THAT THE customer MUST PAY A
STORE'S EXPENSES, INCLUDING ITS BAD
5TH WISE MAN: But if you have a deposit ac
count with R. H. Macy & Co. you charge what you
bu; to our own acc'ount. Thus, at Macy's, you
hop with the CON V EN j ENCE and speed of a credit
account, and with the ECONOAY of a cash business
BESIDES WHICH EACH DOLLAR EARNS IN
TER F.ST WHILE WAITING TO BE SPENT.
077- WISE MAN: Ecotioms IS a habit, nothing
buiji habn. like punctualitx . accuracy, etc. Form the
II Alii 1' of econoim now and begin a deposit account
with R. H. Aac S: Co.. where you can exercise the
DOIULE econoim of saing with good interest
added and of spending under'conditions of the greatest
possible econorm .
7TH WISE MAN: Open an account at Macy's
for our-elf, our wife. our child, anybody you please.
Add to it as often, or as -eldom, as much or as little
as ou please. Use it to make your purchases on the
economical CASH Basi-. when ou have purchases to
make. Let it earn intere-t at four per cent every hour
ou leave it with u-. Get our balances regularly,
-howing what ou haw -aved and what interest it
ha- earned. Begin the important habit of spending
'Kv'1- yiJrJi.Y0,j MAKI-:. and see the result
week by week and war b war in a steady accumu
lation. Thus, undoubted!;. . would wi.-e men speak to the
"sluggard" too deep m his own conceit to know the
true alue of econoim. Fur sluggishness never shows
more plainly than in the neglect of econorm.
You under-taiid the simple proposition. Put your
money on deposit in our Depositors' Account Depart
ment, where it begin- immediately to draw four per
cent intere-t. which i- compounded ewry three
month-. Make our purcha-e- at the cheape-t CASH
rate. witl'. all the comfort and -peed of -hopping on
credit. Begin an accumulation of monev , and above
all 'Mil-: HABIT OF ACCLAULA'I i NG. I HAT
A LONE" LEADS IO WEALTH and independence in
Your mt tne; earn-intere-t. It i- on hand for you
when on need to -pend it. and RIGHT WHERE
YOU CAN SPEN D IT QT ADV ANTAGEOUSLY.
Each penm and dollar earn its interest until pent.
You spend it - when u do -pend it at a cash .store
on a ca-h ba-is, and instead of paxing for the BAD
DEB'rS of other-, as ou mu.-t do with credit con
cerns ou get the be-t po-sible goods for the lowest
8'1'H WISE MAN: E FRY DEPOSIT AC-
COUNTCU.VrOAER RECLIN ES A Jc f DIVIDEND
ON DEPOSIT ACCOUNT PURCHASES. This is
IN ADDITION TO THE 4cr INTEREST (com
pounded quarterl ) on the Deposit Account balance.
When you carry an account at Macy's you receive 4
interest on our daily balance and a 2 dividend on
your purchases for the year.
OPEN A DEPOSIT ACCOUNT AT MACY'S.
DO YOUR SHOPPING ON IT, AND SHARE IN
THE PROFITS ON YOUR PURCHASES.
Only deposits intended for shopping purposes
accepted. Macy's does no banking business.
Asl any of our thousands of customers who haw a Deposit Account with us how the
innovation pleases them. Y$Te OurjOther Advertisement on Page ltit This Section j
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34TH TO 3STH
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