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a napp? d about hi I ? d ?ti h. r. ; Caatr i ami ? ramlnod at , m ? - :. hoan tal i h Bills laland lir. Gaorga W. Btonar, ehM o? United Btatea Publl? Health San .mil two other tayei? lana, ail oflk of the Trawaurj inpinum nt. A the ordeal be annot Btce4 tiiat he i wry hungry. Hi had luncheon with t?r. etoner i in St nu- ie, who took the opportut i,, ..i,v. r\e iiirn. The general aaU m?h the Brtd meal ha had t njoyed si i?. i, ;: r i The medical ? lamlnal ,,i ti i little gant ml mai with aegml i. ta, looking at Ihe? from standpoint "i the i aagplatal thai I . . i, ??',:.. .il Cm tana did not Bnd I ha? i., make ? blood l< st, and th . t i n ai at an* asga h phj - ? i debar the otherwlni i ? ? rhat isjfl eat. tlM ground that i'?* eral ? ?t^ir-? wa.- i pi i un mu? i .,,,,) ? i. rab?? ? i on In it theorj anaslgi itloa euthertttoa weal la an : i nt ti laphnak i asagaaai with Waal i ,. | f Ven? ala had no ?toi . ? haltt? i ,|.nrtiiirnt had I" t the M . ? i i ng waa kaowi lalkii ,.,, i,,h u | | ? - ? ettal t.- the . ., i. im ?? I ha 'i . .nuil , ? q ..f a f.w ni"!)! Hi hud : us. ? f. an - i igtri ?s ?mi and her I 1 111.i^l ??! Iht HO" ? :? . . ? >. saoaf or, rathi h was asada wh Board ol apt ? m< et Hi aaM thea i ? i i stati nu m a tul.- i .un i i am froa i ? III i>a ? ?i. ml > i atat? mai I aas n '? ng, t..i the aril gat ? ? i. rim f lh? >-.(m.- it- iinn bars mon] Um m* :. t'ic aal? ?ii i* tro m ? ' ro 1 ! i ? ? : . ihm, and often H an I i.i. t. i ii bltrarjr w m i . m asght i knoeral C latra ? ?. ? room In the administration bulldln m., du. i- from the quarter? oocuui? i i i?.mi t-' m> 'ms. who had hat detained at Bills laland baeaaaa he h. libelled King Georgs of Baglan i aas quartera, and \\.i- s.ini thai as -.?'ii .is arrangemec ? un?a be made General ?'astro won! orcupj the room where Prince Pftjni ti iii ataj ? t a Mia detained. tfter thi? ganara! aaaoaacod bis d? ? ksion t.? leave the country he rafuae ? OBOi not ?ven a friend. Coaualaatoaar WUltaaaa later add. to his first atataaaaal that when Ihar la any iloutit about tlie eligibility of ;?' alien to enter the country the immigra turn authorities may bar him oui v.hi. h \\;im done in the case of CnatN During the hearing Torrograaa, r 11 aecretary?vaJe1 of nantirai castro, wai ind permutad t?. hi-? him. When th? amanuenaia learned what had hap pe? i he showed much agitation ranaed parti) by the fa. t thai ha troal have to leave the ??land and had t;( nu.ney 'with which to hire ,i roam a obtain fond. He was told he eould no atay on the laland near hla employ? except in the daytime. However, bt got a chance to aee Caatro, who ?.iv iiim a aufflclenl amount of his reputed fortune of about $lO,?000,000 to tide hint over New rear's i>av. But Ton-egras^ did imi know where to go. Washington, i?????. :i! Caetro'a da. elaton to return to Europe at once hai sohed. in the Judgment -?r oflciali her.-, the perplexing prohlem as to what io do with him. Secretary Nagel bai before bim ? pile of papers reciting th? ape? tacular cartear of tii?< once power? ful S..nth American. The information, gathered by the stilt.- Department, waj for i niisidcratiuii m enaa Castro par? ahitad in his efforts to eater. Seldom has an alien knoi king at the tu ? ora of the i'nited state* attracted so much atti ntii'ii The State Department has been ad? vised that the former Praatdeat la under indictment m Veaeaaala charge I ?*1U. being concerned ?n the murder (f Qgharal Paredea 'fins Is the m w Indictment banging over Caatro, the state Department having previously been informed that lie was charged with participation in the attempted ae? aaaalnaUon in Veneauela of Pr?sident Gomes, Caatro'a socceeeor. The indictments agalnat Caatro, it was de. lar?.1 by officials, would hardly have been sltfllclent to justify hi? ex? pulsion, as the Immigration laws pr?? vida that an alien must have been con? victed of a .rime Involving moral tur? pitude if he was to be deportad on that ground. | MELODY, YES, BUT 11 IHN 1 Not All New Yorkers Have Be Converted to Safe and Sane Celebration. BURY 1912 WITH "RACKET Cowbells Also Made to Live I to Their Reputation?Tick? lers. Though Under Ban, Much in Evidence. p-mIi,i" . ? maj have ita p?a? i la I , ? . brandi <>f ? Ni ? 1 ? ar*s na taj i t Broadway i"f? r- pin!? - . ? - ni pana boi Ina tintinal . t ,. 1.1.,, .,...1 adgini froan th? ? Ti Init) Ch ? ??niiinii ' ? evanlni i bawl ? . -:>f.. and i. -. .. ? . |i aeea , now? 'fui lut nl in1s?l..ii;n \ W" art aft? . II mea v,, ? -, ark ? ? ? \? "? I '" ">? lodlo H aaa that tba weal ommltt \ ? \? tori ii itl -, t ? ? i A i ? r itl,. ? ? | I .i mlllioi ' it* ... lit. in-, k their 1 t , ?.. . ? ? | ?, . :',.?!. tl . .i 11. i, ?wer than hrenheit in n I aspect lh? io?the event was boss ? . k ? i ' ?,. is an, and th? din : ? .-? . it...ii broke Into ervi ra< kn ai out tha Banal < oati I ? great W hit? u .? rnlni ket even ol a doub l^ast - ? mi tha ? mu ' an - kuim ,t t.? Hi. raanparta on ev< nln| m,i a wi ' "t,. .it tti.it ?\ hi. t: t,:i turaltj nu .i d i mi ? ? "?i the ol Tha fue* i suffered no h lad ? ii v i -,. | t ?. assail squari * >?! . 11 >. Niton" from City Hall up to Madia? ? i oui.i no! quita ambarrai ll ., ?it, .ms (bins Laat night'i iiv-t.r;a had Ita uaua w bowet er In th? f" ir mllea < staadlly movtag husnaBit) ron could Hn ? ?>? Hoetonlan, youi Phlladalphian, an aven your Chteago cousin fallowa whoi aenae ol proprieties waa horriblj shame nt tin- prospect i,r gotni drj affei um i ii:ht. Boaton'i -? i hack trail t" U street broke all racordi foi poputarit ? -t.'iii..' aft. : |.:, .\-.t\> ,: : UUUBni there ?as comparatlv? k.i..-i order, an good natura found everywhen bj the pc i ?? To be aura th? tlcklei ,.:i a ht? h Ih heavy hand .?f the law has dea ended Ii rseani rears -waa flicked In th? ? ?- an? on the none a of Broadway's prettl? always when Commiasionei Waldo's mei ??"ii t looking that way. And h Broad way's \?'U fear's Bve oalebranta t!.. anltchera are few and far between Plah tin horns lived Bp to their reputation at ?Jin inak- i s. The tissue duatei an able ? instil ite foi the illegal tickler?waa vended by thou. sun,is. and what it can't accomplish ii the arm) of endangering the eyesight ol nl participants In the grand Hard Oras ii.a\ bi a fruitful subji cl foi h v? si gatton by sociologlsta sunn, da 11 ? police showed no desire tu curb the Joy? ous spirit that reigned, and th.\ may not havi aeea the numerous Instancei .?: th? ''lock step" thai a/ere perpetrated earl; and often. The flying wedge waa ?? naplcuoua by iti aba? nee, and --ii aras confetti i stance ><t the goad tune a/as lodged in th? enormous maas ol humanity that eddied and swirled between Greekt) and Loas, equarea. a bi? aaalgnment ol police wai mad? by Commiasionei Waldo to keep the crowds la control. Members ol the train? fl?iuad. tha faithful friends of tha young and aged, IN itrong, were aaaigned t? duty in tha congested sectlom from Har !? m to tti<- Battery, The strong arm sijuad ttkmrlaa whs stationed where trouble ansa tt>p mora llkelj to break out Manhattan waa laid out Into district be? ginning at Trinit) Church and eatendlng t.. LSth street. Inspector Daly was in charse from Trinity to Grace Church Prom 14th street to 42d Mien, along Broadway, Inspector Lahey held forth Inspector Dwyei k>oked ool f?-r Ma aam bailiwick, the *uppar Waal side," and Inspa? tur Bweoney waa held reepcaudate far Harlan IMth atraat in particular. "One of th<- real nid fashioned kind," smiled Inspector Dwyer, s he loaned acainat the Times Buildlni during the height of the rush. Blgni arere not lack* i ins thara t<> Indicate, too, thai Father Knickerbocker's fatally is Inereaalng. In the neiKhboihiiod of MIO.MI N'.w Yoikeis oantrlbuted to a metropolitan demonstra? tlon that coat nol k*as tiian KOadW, when you 'alie taxlcah fares and everything lntu consideraUoa The bid town ?lid hta handaomeat to banish its cynicism, so? phistication and hi?h cost of living, and to forgot the anpiaaaant memorias of i!-,. Whatever maj have been the iau.it of tha hubbub, uk crowd triad to siait lt.- neu yeai aithoui <* wrinkle of i.nhap plneaa. $3BU8Q&ttt% tc Ufa? DESIRE TO EXTEND TO THEIR PATRONS THE COM? PLIMENTS OF THE SEASON AND THANK THEM FOR THEIR SPLENDID PATRONAGE OF THE PAST YEAR, MORE THAN DOUBLING THAT OF A YEAR AGO. Beginning tomorrow, yvith renewed activity, their Clearance Sales o? Winter Tailor-made Suit?, Coats, Wraps, Gowns, Blouses, Millinery and Furs at reductions of one-third to one-half of their former prices. ALSO INTRODUCING New Apparel and Millinery for Palm Beach, the Riviera and other Winter Resorts. fifth Avenue, ?wtb and m\> Streets HOTELS SWADDLE HE IN WINE Ai M! Patrons Proceed as if No 0 Had Ever Suggested Sane New Year's Eve. ?MANY 'STUNTS" ARRANGf Angels Descend from Ceilir Live Turtles Greet Diners an Costly Souvenirs Arc Distributed. Hurrah for noise! Ring out, wild tie with th?- accent on the wild Toot! t' Rang! barg! DM the sai" and sane N >-ji advocates spoil the lun-' l>td i much talk.ii of \t.ut'- Mrlki- put f m the hearts ol tha mcrrymak ? \\ t., i ao >iiu could notice it. Happy N ?i - ar to ail. and tor on?' brave night th. >?ar l-i as I app) I ? yo? pi R ghi In tl? mid it ol th re I penad Ita door to th? met thi ong and mam there wi re who t' adt .uit.iL'- of the "i" t Ing Promptly lo'i k th? grand promanad ?? d In th? ms i ball.a ?nd ? it! ? t a - ...i". its every I n the pi. rarroundi -i bj wh t< shirt fronts a ? red shouldi i - Mis? r h ???? an nl , , 'i guMt as aoui anii ? ai d paper ca ? ?? -i th? fun "n Its hilarious coun At pone of ,; ? hot? la ?ret ? thi ? s bou? i of Hm Nen fest ush? red In w mon gaj ? t\ than si the Kit/.-' !at t i mi ii ' ? "i ng th? ii- i - -i n Ith diners, n parti? n.un t..m ? ' 'i nd al ?? ? i". b ti mort ' .,. i i ...i- ?? iratloi Ihr? pen the grs ballroom t.. t.-. ~ ?rltl mu and dan? mi: i"' an ?.I crowd th ?n \m?? ' ? i ' ? ;. -,i u.- ? . Boui n< son "t IY< ,i dinnel !" ., pai of i.i i . .i Bai toi >\ ;'Una bi oth? i Mn lohi tato Li onard 'i hom man *\ anamak? i i ? lordon Do ig William \ l'tin . lira lam? Hei Smith .i idg? G Hlv? I lariima .1 urn i T Clyde, II P tul H? II? u. the ? ? ? \it Pa il Moi ton Mi - p-> njani ? ?ulnneai?, il ? 11 .. ? ? t 'hauliw*. Ml Mai : ; it Bhonti M tad M tuai Mrs 1 ah ntln? Bla? ku? ? I P u Mn M lilla n P Orac? ind J? II .?i." k. t n.- xlngei i lui Ing the < then aas sp? ri and thi a ont? i.-i-, n - it aoiivenlni In th< form o gold and i lam. imi J? a. i i aa? ? Anvil Chorus at Waldorf. At t1 ?? w aldoi f Aatoi a ?-.. ? ?? i i... - t at the entrai i ? lu thi m ? dining room, and th? ? su t Sew Tear, aceompanli i uglei - ii. t bi dining room I al bearing a 00 iv- tur ted to the ?mm patron b l... n nl Th? r? .% ? ? it..iii j.v-v to . ratloi Among tl oae at th? tabk . -- o I . LI v i; I ? l: nett, Predi in- Conde, v\ ilh u Dyer, a" i Dickinaon, J. H Pall, \ K M. Lewis, W. I. McCorkl? W. i Maral all, Andrea Milk r. A. B. I Jt Raj mond, Cha l? II Bykea i. t w alker and > t?. Warren At the i,.-v McAlpIn lai I ghl bratlon was rega ifll . Ing An elaborate Programm? ?? j cat n. .I out. Beaid? >.i ,; I u ? In -!:.i. the it.i Regimen) Band h und, tu," tr-.ei with l hi ti ot? h with tbeii bagplp? - and -, largi ? ui i i abaret singers, Amoi k those at I h? tab!? s arei fJei < ral Mc Upla s m. v an ara, p., I tl I' Aahli . Dant, Majot \ W hit? Dr. J M< Pin reon, t bai te H Pratt. W llliam I i P i ? ? William Uo don A n, ng i bot ? at the \ ai d< i bill wei Mr. and Mrs Paul K Andrewi \li in< .Mi- Ja l. Ruthi i ford, Di Lewi Btai of Philadelphia, and Mi Itarr; Colon? C s. Lewis and Mra Lewis Mr, ami Mi Bidne) J. Colford Mi and Mi ? E Hub I ltd Smith and Mi and Mr* W . Smith Opera Stars at Plaza. 'i hlrti en hundred di?ara watch? d a the old year at the Plaaa last nig] '? wli four orchestras In attendance and coa turned Metropolitan atara roaming fron dining room to dining room ringing a? - ompanl? d bj musicians with gultai an? mandolina \ mong thow w no had resei ratloi l ? were Mr end Mra Chauncej M. Depea Mr. and Mra, Kalrfas s Landatreet, Mt Charlea !?* Knoblauch, -t. Lynch Prender j gaat, Mi.- < tlarui ? ? Poatlej. .J. B ; i Mitchell, the Count d? Ranrouque Mi ami Mis. p a Valentine, Mr. ami Mn \\\ <;. Brown, Mr. and Mra ?) Pratl Cat roll, Mr. and Mn W s Kinnear, Ml ? A. V Milllngton, Irving 'i Bu h, Mi ami Ail.. A S. P..O-II" tt, Dotll UU Pall i.ank-. Mr. ami Mn Ttieodore Havlland .Mi. and Mr.-. Plorra ?artier, Mr. an? Mrs ?,. ii. Meana Mr. und Mra St. Jehi Wood. Mr. and Mrs t? B T ayer, Mi and Mra Until WrhUer, Mr and Mra Bterett Tata, Mr. and Mra W i- Thomp Son, Mr. and Mrs. .1 II Tint., t. Mr. end Mis. Al?>.and?i I1 Sliaw and Mi and Mi -?. Bad*i i- Marat?n, Ensign W. V i tomba ot the i' s. battleehlp Connecticut; Mr. and Mi ? Herbert CoppeU, Mr. and Mra. J. C. Mont gomary. Mi and Mra John A. Black, Mr and Mis. ay. Bishop Maaney, Mi and Mis T. Anaon Matthewa Mr, and Mis <i it. Lorlng, Mr. -?rui Mr-, J. .1 Man. niiiK. Mr. and .Mis. c a. Rogara Mr. and Mra Qaorg? B. Torrey, Mr. and Mrs James Btarr, W. .1 Baxter, Mr. and M - i;, i . in Witt, Mr. and Mra ?? .1 Corn inn. Mr. and Mra M. W. Aathonj and Mra WllMe Attaa A largl iifiln Btl ?'. 1 gl OUP "I all I froin the opera and tabtoa In tha restau. ?nit, tii" palm room, the oak room and the main dining salon a/ei - thi ? pul arrangementa at the Bt. Regia and ail availabia apace was required for the inn crowd thai celebrated th- evening tbera Among the di?ara were Mr and Mrs. fJeofgn Roar, i>r. and Mrs. Charlea B. M Piiliald. Mr. and Mis. \\ :l!:ain II Crocker, Mr. and Mrs Edward ihear? son, the Count Ravogil Trattl, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Powera Mrs Qaorg? T Pliss. Ml. and Mis S OSgOOd IMI. Ml and Mis. Alfr. d Wagataff, Ml and M"s. ??hail, s t:. Caratalra Mr. and Mra Will? iam Alexander, Mr. and Mrs Bdward N. DlaitUng. Mr and Mrs D.ini.l Ouggen iii'lni. Mr. and Mis t\ Olivir ls.-lin. Mr. and .Mrs. J A. U'm'iuan. Mr. amt Mrs. Charlea 1?. Qoodrlch, Mr. and Mrs. Ooorg? B. lykea Mr, and Mrs. Jamaa ?1 Cowper* thwalta Mr. and Mr.-. Richard Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwar.l Karl--, Mr. ami Mr-. Jamaa Brown Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Wal? ter J. i.add, c?ptala .?nil Mra Tauachaf ??adsk.v. K. It. Proat and part-.. J, .;s. I. Jones and party, Mra Henri da saaoay and RJehard 1 everlng. SAFE, SANE NEW YEM MAKES BOW IN COY Old Army of Noise Makers Shows Unexpected Respect for Choral Singing. ALL JOIN 'AULD LANG SYNE' Choruses Prove Popular and Encourage Promoters to Look for Greater Success Next Year. The OM real tottered down Broadway hurt night with phasaant aaamories of th. moderate amount ef burns and brutees be suffered as the result of a Isafe and sane" Fourth <.f July. He had an hour before midnight tn sec kow the programme of the committee, headed by Jacob A. Rita, for the celebration of a **aafe and sane" New Vi.u a i- i., iiik carried out Btartlng at Herald Bquara the expiring old man was planned with the volume of long which met his ears from the bug? chorus of I. it that point arid on further down the line al Madison Bqtt ire, Union Square .nui City H.ill Park, the four centres where the bands ployed from m to 11:11 o'clock and patriotic SO ngfl .md hymns > ? ? i mu by trained choruses. True, tin i ?i: iii.rn brigade, the bun* dr. .is of ?in same old nolse-muhing de? in Un- hand-, of the mine niit New "i. ir's crowd, drowned tii<- music to it iderabli - stent, but Father Time pushed his wa) through tin- noise on the edge* of th throngs Into th? hearts of i !.. ass? ml led ( and a well ? i wit ii i he t mu ful welcomi ' Ii young lecessot war receiving The " ife snd ana ' order of ? renti m emed t.. ai m i !? til. ;.?le ?-? nerally, and aft. r ? * . or two ii.i't been sung and the spirit nf i> . .mi;'!.' h t < rowda m iny joint d in thi ? hot Committee Was Pleased. -, printed words of th? ? srloui songa . itribut? 'i among the ? rowi ? ? centres where the . . re held The words ?rere I can si screeni b) stere? a hile the bands played the ??.? , ompanlm? ni T i< ? ommltt? ? managed ts err?nget Ihi ough a? - contint to rogi irame, and was art II i .. i? . . nit of the ? i it at torn] : ? l sane" el? menl iu thi K< a I ' i :? ath Itl? - Ti,. ; gathered il the ? .t ? ? ??! u.lebrat clock . it ; .? ? : . mbled In ? 'It) Hall Park, IRi t Band fur nli hed i til th? tan. at ,. ired m fu ii hun? .mux , ? r. d on thi Clt) Hall it?. - snd s.h>k .i ?arts Albert Wayne, a conductor < ' I T ?? rj a ord? a tht ase al the i ? ? thret ? ?? Il lui? ? ned In th* ol the .. i wit ? '( ' .bore : . ? ? The City Hall ? i wit Inn foi Ihl 00? | Boroui I '? ,i v ? ? n. r of Put li othlng. i..mi md i ?- , ?? Patter? their fan ? I the c? '? p ! ? ? Eva I ihe | slot o f t he ga I va tlon '? ? : ... Square, whei ?? the .: m. i. md and tlon led In I ttee's singing pi rsmm? The I rowda o.ii ?? int.-if. r j :...... was at I the I tres fut thei uptoa n ;. .i i ho wi-nt from on.nu a to tin othei put) log national I and th? It nail e count rarl event i g, prov? d ? good sttractioi lo th? ? roa da Songs Halt the Dm nd grit rattling ding-dong of the improvised Un? ?an i" Hi and the deepet snd moie vibrant tonea of the gilded cowbells und h.plltttna blasts of the i sg ? lation im hora were appreclabl) silenced . ing throngs along Broad-1 \ appruai bed the four centres \\ bei a 11,. rhora pt ogramma ai ranged by . \ RHa and hli a oc?ate? on the committee for a safe and san Pfew } i ;,? -. .i lebrattoa iwj bt ng i endered I nmi ll o. loch to a minute or mid? bighi Thousands of ths loyfull) nolao' mai Ing peopl? panned In the mad op? ?rail.m of llielr humdrum devicog St the sound it the einging of tin- "Battle I Hymn or the Repubnc," which was the lirai numbei on the musical programme! nearl) aa poaaible the songs wen. rendered it Herald Square, ?fadtson Bquare, L'nion Bquara and City Hall Park, Ihe f? tu centran, al the -ame time. The familiar nine ,,r "John Brwwa'a Body," to which the bnt) a byfaaa wan k.'t by the choruses, raught the iplrll of th?. crowds, and hundreds swelled too ( hoi u wlii: tiieir rolcea There were Jnra and discords amid the olutne ol Min? when found Am?rica, in a spl i >ii mischief or with patriottoiH which demanded s mora strenuous ex? presa on, choM the "unsafe and manne" method of men not?t Bui the beauti? ful rendering of the patriotic andnacred hymns by Ihe hundreds of men hm.i women, both In and onl of the prear? ranged choruses, generall) had ? quiet? Ing effect upon the people, nl leant while the) wer? In the /.mes of music. Bel. "tape" a ut sounded b) cornets and "America" directly burst forth an tht tin.ii song on the programma al the ti?? nal centren, "Anld t-nng Byne" was rendered, and perhaps jnel the readlesl ami strongest response from the people In the streets, it Has g happy thought ib.it prompted the "aafe and sane" com? mlttee to Innert this familiar requiem in tin dying .war m the Ban] makeup or the programme. While other tunes din. eouraged the "rattlers" la the hands of the celebrating populace ami found many of their rotees, nowhere la ttie four parka glvea ovar to this particular end of Un- New Years welcome was the comparative silence mon. discreel und tie- ro?ame or song turgor than during the singing ,,r "Auld Lang Byna>N Bagpipes Had Hard Task. Mr ffj|a and l?r. Arthur .1. Stnith. or the New feei s committee, spam a tnisy tveniiiK frteWng about in aa automoMla between the four mtunoal ceo urn to ???* that th.. bumaa t/oioa, with appropriate mnatoal aorompaalmanl. was making its Mptunta effort to outdo th?. noisier part of the celebration, give lusty "Heelant*1 pipen, which were ebtalned by the sstn niittee and admonished la do an la their powers el lang lo ?Mwogfajjg the tin horns and the rattlers, accompanied the The Year's Classic 'Mongst Big Trade Events. HAHNE & CO.'S January Furniture Sale A Mighty Movement Involving a Quarter Million Dollar Stock of High Grade Furniture. Prices Are Reduced 10 to 50 Per Cent. Below Regular Fair Markings. This should be joyful news for every resident of New Jersey and for those in states near by, for it is an occasion that makes generous savings possible in every home where new furniture is needed?and where is it not ? The people of all the State have come to know the importance and value of this furniture sale. They realize the full meaning of a cut of 10 to ?SO per cent, from standard prices. They appreciate the privilege we accord them of selecting from an entire stock at lowered prices. So our yearly sales have grown to gigantic proportions until to=day the furniture business of Hahne & Co.'s ranks well at the top of America's greatest furniture concerns?and a vigorous progressive policy will surely maintain its prestige and popularity. The January Furniture Sale Rims Thru the Month. ay Other Big Sales Join in Making The Whole Store Busy. W?- SLLL FURNITURE I I WE GIVE AND REDEEM ON THI; CLUB PLAN. | SURETY COUPONS. Broad, New and Halsey Streets, Newark, N. J. I** membera ..f th* committee In some of their trips "between the four points, The) w< nt ft ..m one of the four entrt another and blew lustily and long In ac? companiment to ihe patriotic airs, bow and then working In a Bceti h meiod i ? their own at ount The Brsl appearance of the bagpipers al snj on" entrt usuall) had the effect ot drawing oui a itrongei opposition from i ' .? youngsters who were looking for noise, pure snd unadulterated The high pitched tones of the Highland Instru menta in nome Instaact at et u i t.. i gtend .m Invitation for rivalry In the shrill top notes of an> kind of a noise making d? riCS BUl as I hey played on and the real nr'iiit of the air caught the crowd the Bcol ?.re given respectful attention. in general the "safe and sane" pro? gramme was carried out affectively. All ef the numbers appeared to have been cnoasn with the happy result thai they appealed emotionally to the people, if the piala ever) yoai aolae which it was the Intention of Ihe committee t" discount ami avert uh much a? possible aras not submerged t.- a degree satlsfactor) t.. those who planned the quieter celel ration, the pan that the "-afe and sane" pio gramme ployed in the evening's enjoy ment was appreclatinl and effective be? yond the expectation of many persons who were skeptical as to Ihe effect of th? Brat effort in thai direction kfembm of the committee declared that a similar col? #1.ration BOSl Wai w lid b.i B much larger scale and extended te other parts of the iny. The programme of the singing ?t the various centras was as follows; "Bailla ll>nm M tue Republic, ? ? i sa r?f?rer. ?i i i;..,i i mi- ii. i|. m Astas Past "Cuida M". "' Tli.ni (?r. .. ti B01 lh "Naarar, Mi <?.,.i i., Tfesa " "Tapa" b] i nm ? "AllITli ?." PtueienMiM mus? Im eloaed on* minuta >?<????.i? 19 u', ioeh tlil? inlnnti' ta S? ?p.-nt ln ttli Throngs Join with Glee Club. At Herald Bquare, perhaps- the most congested point of any In the city, the Mendelssohn Olee I'luh lui the Singing, ami .?iiiiiid a surprising response from the crowds fan the theatrical and reatau i.mi distiiet during lbs hoar that the h ?. 11 ^ - were rendered Bands end bag* pipara vied with the note) throhgs prior to the Chorus slnsin?;. At Madison Bquare Frank Domroeeb and his People's choral i mon lad the ?im; ing. and there wen- many volunteers from various Church choirs In swill the son.;. 'fu?- bngalnari rentalaed longaal at i br? aid Square, but they found time to rnnks the trip m an autnmnhii,., ami appeared lindes* the clty'H i>?k Christmas 1res dur? ing the evening and were given a boieter nus a slcome. Father Kiiiekertiuck. r I un at Christ? ma? trie in this sipiare added a brilliant ripectacle to the festal c?l?br?t ion of SOSJg arranged by the ".safe and sane" com? mittee. Tin- myriad of colored electric lights which decorated its boughs arei tunad on at dusk ami burned throughout the evening under the big white star which illuminated its top. At live rnin HKPj^PMP.vjrM^.^vyM^.vv.^M?riPV^.vpv^p^v^vp^vvrv^vwpyvr.vmvm.p.^. KBAKATJER 77 ?IRERCOMS. 17 East litli St. An exceptional opportunity is offered to all intending purchasers trf a Piano or Player Piano dur? ing this month at the above Warerooms. A very Special assortment of the most artistic productions in fancy woods, in antique and modern design! is on display. An Exhibition of Rarity ?5 uThe Purchase of u Krakauer is an investment |i of a lifetime" Prices an? not high. Terms at your convenience. 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Por the Brat tima in the tiitnu'iv of tl"' oldeol cltlaena eie marahars of Um army Ml their watch maatinga la v.?nous parta of tha city and forogathe.nal la the park, taro thousand strong, toward midnight. The numbers oa tha "aafa and aana" commit tee "a Pro? gramm? were aung by th? army's ti?1^* ?* as they assembled, between 11 ?m?i 12 oVlork. A ??rout Chora it Waa, with Hie Lttoa Arraj band af forty v^* i.mtag oui the aaeompaiilaaraff 'rK' . rowda al this potni >???"?,J iis Iiir^' a"' 11 no target than, .t HeraM Igaara s- \ ral hundred irieraaara of tl ? Btaw ,,?,.,I Chorus of :Cew Vork, a' ?nwnt." by groups from var.oua singing socMi* from Brooklyn, Queena and New J<'>?'?? i.-.l the singing In Citi " ,:I ,,;'rk- Kv,,y" bod) aeemed to Join In IM ^<>TU* at "!" centra, and a-- unmusical najto? '"'"/' atraet wen lers noticeable than enywhe re atoe. As the City Hall clock told pw crowd! thai only a minute or IW? r mal..?.i befara th- i.irth of th.- rlewwa? the mil. of ailenca as planned Iff? RUi committee, eaeaaed alaaaal a reatar. ani, ,,?,, am thaaa In the "oX\"' ?aid thej dtotiactl) heard the cm [from tha tower of old Trinity.