JAMES M'CREERT. Who died on Thursday. tired from active business, having formed his drygooda interests into a ''company. Then the Eleventh-st. place passed out of existence, and the Twenty-third-st. place (became the only McCreery store. '$ Mr. McCreery was a member of the Union L*asue and AMine clubs, the Historical and Geographical Society, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art He is survived by a widow and four sons— J C and R. S. McCreery In the real estate business; Andrew McCreery. who is in the silk trade, and William J. McCreery. who continues in the McCreery drygoods interests. Mr. McCreery had been unwell for some time, and was spendine the winter at Southern health resorts, where he seemed to obtain relief. He had not been downtown since Election Day. when, despite the advice of his physician, he insisted on going out to vote. The funeral will take place on Monday at I p. m. from the Inwood Presbyterian Church, at Broadway and Two-hundred-and-sixth-st.. which he had attended for many years. The burial will be at Woodlawn. For the benefit of those who desire to attend the funeral a special train will be run. This train will leave the old Hudson River station, at Nlnthave. and Thirtieth-st.. at 2:15 p. m. Monday, returning after the services.