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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1912
'Messenger Boys" Serve Aged
W arrior in New Suit That
May Cost Home.
Ovn. Panlel K Slckln li f.-tn anatn
the lout at hi Firth armui horn. Pl
Ittltswl aa a mrni boy H. Oeborn.
private detective of No. Ilroadwny.
tarty 11 nlnht t'roke through th bar
rier Hhout fir aaed warrior and rv.
him llh paper In a ult to eolleet
mnrr i'mn Ik.ouo mi overdue promlory
note held by Aunil IIckihrr of N.
It' riflli avenue
For ten lny srt effort haa n ma'1
tn if. up HfvtM en Dn HlRkle. but
Ihe tryirV clerk r una bit to !
Into the aoldlrr-itateeTnan'e home at N.
21 KIDIi ivmur. On fllcttlea would
ee no onr. nor would h permit paper
to he rnt tu him. Th Paper were
finally turned ovef to Oaborna for ner
vier. Hhorily aflr nrkmk laat Blttit Oe
horne ntid a follow detective, wmrinf
uniform nf telerraph mmenfvr boy.
HWMMI themelvee at Oen. Mlcklee'e
l.orne and announced that they had an
Important trlerratn for Oan. Slcklee.
Tlia m-Kin bejUtr, who anwrd th
door li. aaknl for the meaa7e. but
th detective declined to turn It over
t i him, declnrlng they were ordered to
deliver It nrtxinally to the General and
to arcure hi atimature to their reeelpl
After ronelderaote ara-unien!, during
hl' h i ! ald they would take the
mr(. hack to the "office" before they
would prrmlt It to paaa thmiirh ither
hand, the d1culed detective were
uhere1 Into the library, when lien.
Hidden aat with Ma hnuaekreper, .Mlaa
Wiimerdlna. among the art treaauraa he
had collected all over the world and
which had been saved from auction toy
the pawning of hla wife's Jewel.
The eervlr of the papera waa quickly
made by the detactlvra. ftoth Oan.
Hlcklee and Mia Wllmerdlnf ware la a
"1 knew you would be tricked agiln:
I knew It," Mia Wllmerdlng la eai.l to
have houtd, aa ahe turned on th
"jeengera" and ordered them from
"It I another irtm, an outrageoua
trick on me In my old age," raged Oan.
Sickle, aa he called hla huaky butler
ami or ered him to throw th procaei
earvere out. The detective retired In
ood order, but rather hurriedly, with
Oan. sickle ahoutlng Imprecation of
raff at them a they went through aha
Arthur F. M -Kit,. try of th firm of
Park and McKlnatry. attorney for Mr.
Heckrher, (aid: "It la very unfor
tunate that thla atilt had to be filed Jmt
while Urn. Sickle and hla marital
trouble are In the limelight. It wa.
hewever. a purely buaine propoaltlon.
Mr. Ileckachrr U not acquainted either
with Oan. hi me or with Mr. Hlcklee
lie made the loan merely aa a routine
Of buaine, and the ault I connected
In no way with any of Oan. Hlcklea
oaker affair .'
T l errwunUI Hlaa.
(Fnaa th ! Cbmakle.l
KUalng , now regarded and puntahed
ag a crime -when perpetrated in pnblle
en a Hwlae railway platrnrm. I don't
think I ever welcomed a aumpluary
law ao Joyoualy. There mut be many
win) hat the public and ceremonial
kla. I have hern auddenly klaiad by
the foreign fallow-tudrnt to al the
compact of frlendahlp, Juat aa Oeorg
the King haa rubbed a beard agalnit
foreign potuitataa. But the kla,
which hal oaly on name In fcngllah.
though it had at leaat three la Latin,
hauld be confined to tta proper nee.
AT SICKLES' HON!
PAYS OFF MORTGAGE
BY PICKING POCKETS
Young Mr. Smith, at Twenty
four, Has Police Record Cov
ering fileven Years
Holoinon Smith, alia Wolf, allae
Sfnltbaky, wlm at twenty-four year
haa a police nurd ooverlng rhe laat
eleven yaara or Nil life, and who he
already apent five yeara behind, bare,
wa arreate.l to-day on the elevated
atatlon p'atrrm at South Kerry while
up to hla aM (erne of picking pocket
Paanual I'mitalro of No. Ill t'tlra
avenue, Rrnoklyn. wit wnlting for a
train with hi pay envelope, ion tain
I In I In hla Inelil coat pocket, when
I four youtha, pretending to be akvlark
Int. loeeil In on him. pinioned hi
arma for an Inatant end then raleaaed
Mm, laughing Hla hand want to hi
roat pocket and t'ien Pantaleo at up
a how l
Th y m men . altered, bait a police
man roHarnl Amith a he waa ducking
down the eievated ialre.
Hmlth waa arirt to the Huue of 11
fug In lttl for grand larceny and haa
been arreated nlr.e time am -e In IMS,
when ha waa arreete.1, be eM he owned
a n.'dD bnuae on Lexington avenue and
that he waa picking pocket to pay off a
mortgage on It To-day, he told thn
police, the mortgage waa paid
FOUR FIREMEN OVERCOME
BY "COLO SMOKF" IN CELLAR.
Many Relays Driven Back Before
Little Hlac in Broadway Is
fold iraulu," a mtitur of amok 1 1
and damp, on of the worst danger to
firemen, nvaroame Oapt. Walati and
Lieut. Mealy of Rnglne Company No. 7
and Firemen 'Mv.t end o'llrlen of
Truck No 1 In a Are that waa atartad
by eponianeoua combuallon In rubtoufh
In the auhcellar and abandoewid aide
walk vaulta of the Tower Novelty
Company, No m-l Broadway, early
to-day. After reecu by comrade
Walh quickly revived on the aldewalk
but Healy had tn he oariied to the ata
tlon houae, and for om time waa
thought to he dying. With th two fire
men be had to be put on the alek tlat.
The Ore waa aubdued by a eub-eellar
pipe with a awlrllng flare noaala. after
many relay of firemen had bean driven
bark and lifted out. The damage done
waa estimated at only HOC, but a great
quantity of water will have te be
pumped out of the cellara.
GILCHRIST IS COURT CLERK.
V. a. Dlatrlet Jodge Reward Cea
aatMleaer for HU Work.
Judg Holt. Hough, Hand and Mayor
or the United Htarea Diltrlet Court;
y retard ay appointed United State Com. I
mlaa loner Alexander Ollchrtat Jr. Clerk
'of M United Stale District Court In
! plane of the late Thomaa Aleiaadar,
a no died tn July. Mr. OJIchrlat ha
boon Chief Deputy Clerk and United
Htatea Commlaaloner alno int.
He haa been employed In the Clark
office alnce ill. u. graduated from
Colombia Law School In MM and waa
admitted tn the bar In that year. Prom
ore wa brought to hare a pollUclan
appointed to the place, but the Judgea
regarded Mr. Ollchrlit'a long eervlc
and familiarity with the offloe ao the
rare wiirt am s nasi
I for the library, for the train and fof
the reception room table the Now
Magaalne KltKK with th Sunder
World every week. Intareotlng artlclre,
faaolnatlng atonlaa, a profualon of lllua
tration. An up-tn-th-mlnut volume
eaally folded to nt the pocket. Order
I the Sunday World In advano.
The La-Qfist Selling toilet Soap In The World
lA7TTVjrf UKVALSS IT IS TUB BEST
VY 11 Y MXQVIUTBLY PBHTUMBD
w w AND ABSOLUTELY PVKB
USED IN MORE THAN A MILLION HOMKS
CAKE AND BE PLEASED
' OLD WOMAN, WHO FELL
i AND BROKE HER LEG,
' THROWN INTO A CELL
Policeman Thought She Was
Drunk and Wouldn't Pn
lievc Her Protestations.
Deputy Folic fnmmlaalnner Wlh
, began an Inveetlgutlun to-day Into lb
rirnimatani through which an age
I woman, whoee rlnlit leg had been fiac
I lured In a fall, waa allowed to lie at
rhe Adam tret police (tatlon with
out medical attention from o'clock
yeetenlay eflemo m until o'clock thla
I When the night harveit from lirook
lyn iiavement. wee brought before
' Maaitrt Iternold In the Adam
treet court, the woman Mr. Mary
l4ulgl, aatalngl .hom lond the i barge
of "Intoxication " -w unable to etand
When her name waa called, ahe eld.
"I'm here. Judge "
I she did not rlee and a rour' attnche,
aprlnglng to her Hide, lifted her to her
feet. The pain waa ao great when her
' alight weight tectad on the broken leg
that Mr Qulgldy, who I alary.
fainted. F.ffnrtl to revive her failed.
end Dr. lluckley came In an ambu
lance ft. mi Hrooklyn lloapltal
"Thin womun'e right leg I free
tared." he aald. after milking a haty
aiamlnaUoii. "The hurt ikOttM have
had attert'on at once. Thla wna not
don evidently, and aa a reault ahe I
In a very bad condition "
The doctor eald he did not believe It
poaalble that Mre. yulfley. aa charged,
had been Intoxicated, atnc (he ahoweil
No. 714 for
flau ri medium biiti count. $ I
W. St, NUFORM CORSETS provide teahionable figure-tin, gracefully modeled
bejat aad properly (obdeed hip. Superior quality, coutil ud beticte, daintily trimmed.
Ooaraotoad not to mat, tear oc break, Frio. Sl.M up.
aTaSsgaea ahaoa eaxeeaaai mm
I nut Mrt Mlgfiteel (race of b'uhoiim.
; In thi afdlmn Kitfrtgfrlcw ktreed,
idler the iwlnlatratlun rtf Dr Much
ley Mia Qalglay revlfevl iitfBclently la
till her aiory la BvBgfatratt ftf ynoldi
"I m a reieetatie irogngn ami I
never he touched a drop of guy In
lotloanl In ni fife," eli" -till. "Tate
terday afternoon 1 aM y lei ling m
married dgtlSllter, I lfl her home
abuut H o'clock ami Marled for n y
own nt Hti tti Kirty ninth etreet, here
In llrookiyn My other rlgttglttdr. vh
I a etudenl al Kim imia Mall llltfti
rti ho-il, Wkt tfaltlfipj for me there.
"tn Kitlion at reel, whin I fegnhed
the Duffieit itreet rxirh, i lipped ami
fell. My right ll belli under me end
napped. A crowd colli i ted, I ut I was
unable t.. fvaa and no o't" offered to help
rnd, i ,i iincoejacJoni from puin half
ttif- time Then a potlCefRatl caheC along
and put me in n patrol hukoii. The
neat thing I knew I win locked up."
Mr Qulfflafi who wu Magi
llri'"aed III It lllet bill 1. KOWll, w
hunied to the Brooklyn Mogpital when
ahe had flnMied her Itory, nnd bear
Ing of th" "Intodcatl n" hnrge wai
put over to O' t. If, u tiding the rcaul
nf an Investigation. Polloi man BpalU
toun of the Adnm atreet Italian, win
umde the ntr-at. will be queitioned,
Help for a Mltokel Mother.
The Lvenlng V.'orlo ktiu ; Igea ih,
receipt of ."i from Oenrgn ,F. Ilmliey f u
the rnllef of Mr. John .Murphy of No.
I'eat I'-irty-thlrd atre-t, who waa
left In dire ne-d tnrough the death o
her ha'iy boy.
l'iirrl trf:hW Mil.t 111.1 rlia ,le. Jfm i
lb l.ivm n., I'.'-1, Urfthl, Tho Mfi-ai aitU
haw niiirin in tlie r.l fr th
I nf all dlaortVia, b IIm etaMMMfci Uviti lfci'H
KidlirV, I! ' 1 'ff. NCTTKtll IrjfM'l, lam l-t A
li. -Iitfi. ivtn. Vmftr
liiflffirtni-H 'ii nf mt U iWfVl
MMMMU "f t'it lntj f-al iu . f I I, r I
1-P M!l"' mil hr a., f. l,y UllM
HAPWAY s hi.l.M nL ,1 rjotrii '
Rfrfe pAdMtM, Ko'il MMMk NtoMBMa ali
hi a..-!t.-i if Im timt U Nirn 1 ifit rlbrta
In -wmrl-.lilT.tf, pfbu rt IM for tit upivtrt of tlit
ItatlU'-l Wrte'tt of tlw .anlr
frpf' M (v'l. At .nikt f rr lf m0.
atAnWiT cn . Wt,w V'!CK ,
Reduso lnio..a.i.i....i f
Guaranteed to reduce hips and
abdomen one to five inches, effect
ing the requisite fashionable lines.
Elastine Gores relieve all
strain, rendering the corset excep
tionally comfortable. (e cat)
thort. (tout figure, low huati coutfl
Sl.M. No. 7Wfor tall, well-developed
Nn 70. medium
boat. Imported rnutll, $5.N. No. 715,
add lore attractiveness to aheer. lacy waieta, aad
kp aag-8tting wnl.ti Innoueut of wi Igkkll Helag
mad aad Sited over W. U. t:oraeta, crry th V. B.
Ceriei-Styl. Porm-rrektlag and pcrtec Pit. lie, hU,
II. IH -a. twar makf.
Makera, New York City
Wisdom is i nrr.it asset, but value
less if not utilized.
It Is one thinj; to know there were
Irt 9A7 WORLD ADS
l.fJM More Than the IK-rald,
Th World's Nearest Competitor;
Thin Were Ever Before Pub
lished In Any One Issue
of The Sundiy World.
But of whit value is tills Important
information if It is not PROFITED
READ next Sundix's World for the
greatest variety of opnotiunltitl (a
work, hire, buv, sell, mnX, etc.
USE World Ads. next Sundiv. They
will gel a circulation m New York
Citv greiler thin the Sunday Herald,
Times, Sun and Tribune COMBINED.
Br Wise and ACT Wtielyt
Another 24-paee Movar.inr
next Sunday. Don't fail to
rat it. Order next Sunday'
World in advance. See your
newsdealer to-morrow morn
SPAIN CALLS BIG ARMY
OF RESERVISTS FOR DUTY
I'rernicr Styi t lie K;iilru;i,l Strikers
Hivi Virtualljf fHcHtoti
MADRIDi '' M -A l tin. tpiinib rt
rercieta who hi V left It live crvlce
lllTlng. th" )'.'i; a. )f.it, eern auni
iiioneil to fajalll '.-.' coloTI to-tlay, anil
iel,W nut', who orillnarlly eoitld not
have been I alle.l to Join relnent Mintll
Mifeh rient year were ilea cuiie.i to
March neat year Were llao ordered to
pfaawIM t hetnai Iver, The decree mobll
nitil thla at army waa pubiiahed In
the Dfflelil i i i rial to-day and la re
ItMVjtd hi uowltig that the govern
Wi'' f'nrj it to their advantage
to buy at the Store that buys
andse I for C.a h only.
LONDON MOTORING & STREET COATS
From the Famous House of "Burberry"
These are ihe smartest, most satisfactory
and most dependable weather-proof coats that
are obtainable anywh re.
f"V J( I Meter fined
on Kept., 4th I
v a i m i
Blstvkert ttrksd at $40.00.
Three Style tweed mixtures in regular
button-to-iu-ck style; IWi.'eds with
Naglan should. -r, regular collar and
revers; Iweeiis with Kaglan snoul-
der and ihawl collar; all have
wind cuffs In sleeves. StVeral shades
of serviceable dark browns and
THESE NEW DERBIES FOR MEN
Are Priced at $1.88
A1te..r. vlpy are M.QQ ftmj $4,QQ qualities
it t. CARRY ALL THE BEST MQDF.LS in Enelisk and American
Sqft Halt in iilllh,- HttttSl fabrics and ihaJfs attl .Sft.fZ.JV and$'.4f. Also
Ihe finest Austrian Vtlemi in black, broun. fay and petn al 4 .7 4 , $6.49
rtrth Floor, !Mlll atreat.
OUR NEW GLOVES FOR MEN
Low-priced Specials, such is we give below, are
barely the surface of onr many Glove-econom es
Our Genu e Reindeer Mocha Clovea, imported from England, are
$3.24. Specialty shops charge W.OO to Jt.25. A lighter weight
of Reindeer Mo has, in tan or gray, at 2.24. The lightest weight,
which many men prefer for its flexibility, at 81.74. Washable
White Mocha or Doeskin Dress Gloves at this same price, 81.39,
is the nr ce of Natural Chamois Gloves, and also of some very-
fine Pearl Gray Suede Gloves, but we have a superior grade of the
latter at $1.74. Walking Gloves of selected English capeskm at
$1.74 nnd $1.94. These are all the sorts of Gloves a man would
ordinarily require every sort
Usual price Eliewhcre, $1.35.
Prix. - seam sewn, hand-finished
I'aris point spear backs, one clasp.
I tiglish cut thumb
Tan and reddish
Kn.nt S ri.in'tS'. Kr.r '.' IV nt I ', Kr..!!!!1', I'ru. ;!, 1 ". v
11,7k 1 lu.kl', B..ms MaeYtfi SafllV h.-i il, u-k iu n f
ment conllder the railroad trlke die-1
tin tly avi lou.
I'retnler rana!eja flcrt thai Ihn
rriilr. ad men have virtually declared I
OOldl h ir Me e;l their deimttid- at
Inpooalbli of rtdaWntont and thai n
early settlement of the atl ;ke 1" I m -poaatble.
Ileally (ompnnv llnnkmpt.
An Involuntat y pillion In h.ink- I
ruptcy e'as lllr.l In Ihe l'nlted Slotc i
DMrlel Court t.i-duy ni-alnat the rtety-
kuiup rUally ofporetton of No. list
llroadway. The Detltlonefl nre Dnykl
ilol.lamith, Thoriian I', u'llaro am Hal
oid f.ee. The b.inkrunt"y Action 1
brought for an amount leas than an1
thouiand dollar, btlt the petltloneraj
allege they hove rlgllM ngilnat tho cor
poration In eaceaa or the value nnd I
aecurltle held by the llergkamp aom
pany. A single-breasted knee
length "Burberry" in Oxford
gray or dark blue, made of the
much-liked comfortable and
fabric, is $39.74,
wh ch is considerably less than
the New York specialty stores
Other models at the same
price are the double-breasted in
brown mixtures and the heavy
plaid back "Tweeds. " Belted.
In warm Autumn browns.
"Burberry" of London is the
' premier maker of smart
weather-proof coats in the
world. His fabric is proofed
and proofed again until altho' in
texture like anv ordinary high
class tweed or frieze, it actually
repels moisture while retain
ing perfect ventilation.
Here are two more of the
most interesting groups:
Eheukcre triced at S57. 50.
Two Strln; regular double-breasted
ulster in warm browns and grays:
knee-length with regular collar some
with plain plaid backs some in the
newest sandy heather mixture all
made of "warmth-without-weight"
Fourth Finer, S4th M.
The makers of this Hat do not
produce one to eli for less than
g.i.no. That means quality. These
Hate are $3.00 and 84.00 grades
that just miss conforming with the
makers' rigid standard of weight.
Many men prefer them to the
heavier weight which is the maker's
N. B. Not one of these Hats
is blocked in the old-faahioned
low-cr ow rt d , flat -brim ttyle-all
are in the new higher-crowned
and curled brim shapes at shown
by the most Exclusive Hatters.
may be had at a saving.
Usual price EUe where, $1 .50.
Prix -seam sewn, hand - finished
Paris point spear back. Bnililh cut
thumb, Horn clasp. In reindeer and
HT''rtori Are Their Low IM
mmmm Herald Square OBf'
Mala KIikw. anih at. I '
4-PLY HAND-TURNED COLLARS, 6 FOR 49c
Collar, made by one of the hest
get it elsewhere in New York.
Each individual Collar is guaranteed un
shrinkable and absolutely correct as to size,
each Collar is hand-turned--not machined an
important point and one which evidences the
HUNGER STRIKE FREES
Gladyi Bvtni RclMMd Prom Dub
lin Jail on S.tme Terms as Mary
Ltigh, Her Coniptniun.
DirriLfN. o.t. i-Th rtfrrturitiei
"hunger Mrlke" tirotight abou,t the rc-1
leaee on pTObl from J.ill to-ilay of au-j
other militant suffragette, tlladya i
Kvana. The prison doi tor advlaed thn
authorltlc that Ml Regnfl condition'
of health had bOOMffd cry grave and!
I kg ordey relcaalng her on llcenae, aa
It ll called here, wa leaned I hla morn
ing. Mtgg Evana will be eoitipelled to re
port periodically to the authorltlea dur
Broadway. 14U taall St,
FOUR KINDS OF MEN
And Their Attitude Toward Clothes
ONE The Man who has his
TWOThe Man who buys cheap Overcoats and Suits.
THREE Th? Man who pays a high price for good clothing-
FOUR The Man who buys
THE FIRST MaN nays for the words
doming is so comprehensive in
insure perfection in fit at far less
THE SECOND Mill is extravagant.
turn hi look "dressed," and last
Suit or Overcoat of first-class material and latest fashionable cut.
THE THIRD Mill gets good clothing; but whv docs he pay a high price?
Rr t.'.V.s ai d $20.75 we can duplicate the $.3000 and $35.00
Suits he buyselsewhett, and Overcoats of the best at proportionate
THE FOURTH MtH needs no arguments
bought, brings him b;:ck for more, and will continue to do so, tor
he realizes that by buvmg at Macy's he can save money, always
look well-dressed, and always
Men's Smart Overcoats
For Fall and Winter Wear
A TYLES are ChttterKrld. Rat-
Ian. Ulster, etc., all "Englith
rfT f , t . vnu Cil course.
-- - , j
we have American models for
those who prefer them.
M ' C:ll. i:.J 17.11 n..
iinu l aiin'Liuw rtvi vrcnuau, eyn. ii and uj0
Overcoats, silk-lined and silk-faced to
from Jl 6. SO to eUO.OO.
In all regular
Yoong Men's Newest Topcoats,
full lined in light, medium and heavy weight materials.
m c:ili:.i mwtA 17..J n.,,.,i. tin 7C towd
HUH a uua-iiiui-u bum ibcti vriiman, iw.id a n (
priced at SJ5.00.
Men's "Hockanum" Vicuna Silk-Lined Overcoats,
in l.xii.rd kra ; cT7i!iaTtT!TeTajats cut on refined lines, and
full of distinction. Elsewhere will cost you Mom
Finer mercoats tn regular stock rangint up to S47.S3.
LUXURY IN MEN'S WEAR
UT MODERATE OUTLAY
0USE GOWNS and Blanket Robes
in Englih and French im
ported serges and flannels soft,
uarm, fine texture, delicate coloring.
HESE ARE THE LAS! ll ORDS tn jine quality Airw'.i Hear; tulue
also eery excellent COtiOU v.adras Pajamas, fully dependable, at 94c and
up. and Hou-r Gtmus frt m?J.-A up. I hey are all of the Mat y iualilv that
you are used to and are ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE.
ot I nulislr
serne flannel; warm,
fortable and elegant
uliere $5.M, here
HOUSE COWhi- .l0
trade of ihe
well known l-.nglish Viyella non-
. 1 1 1 1 1 , L i 1 1 . . 11 ,i i . I tiiii cills I i ....
inrouinout fiievsremit.?v; ,r JO
. ' 11 S An
Rf ASJk'FT RDRF made
carded wool, in HOUM down st It;
... ... I . . i I .....I lnn.1
i i'" (,f. BIN I'H'U (in ,a
collar: elseuhere $J2,U; here I0.48i
Uther grades priced trom
$4.S6 to $8.48
BLANK FT ROBE- '
r 1 regular
tion or gown robe style; lapel collar.
with cord binding; finished with ptaril".
Una-! mushed with n.-irl
DUttons: elseuhere S.W;
ENGLISH KO DC r 0 '
r e r
sian cloth and of foulard silk in Dress-;
ing Gown sty e, the latter in figured
y" ' ' .1"" . ' C7l
evi ' fivif i hum. ...... 'i
known Collar makers of Troy, is exclusive to us
wearing quality and style of
There are 12 distinct styles, ten
illustrated; all up-to-date, smart
ble. In halt-sizes only.
ing Ihe pertalnder of Ihe term of five
yenra to which lire waa aintenced on
Aug. 7. on the charge tt aettlng Are I
thl Theatft Royal here the day beforj
J'ri mirr Aiuitll a.i to Mwak on Hone
Rule. Al In the iae of Mary Leigh.
recMtly rattXMMI for Ihe rime reafou
from a a.mllar term, Ihonlld Ml Kvan
gubgeawintly N conylclaa of another
Ciirnp t!i Judge may older her to crvqj
the reat of her iireient entence
ITALY HAS NOT MADE PEACE.
tint, lot llrulal or I ,ual tnreea.ent
ROMA Oct. S. The Italian Fotelvn
Office to-dav neilled the if porta circu
lated abroad that peace had been coti-
. luded bdttrttn Italy nnd TtttlMyi
Warm, Comfortable, Stylish,
Durable Clothing for the
Children at Macy'i. Lowest-in-the-City
Suits and Overcoats made to
good clothing at Macy's at
"made to measure." Macy
style, cut and variety t fiat we can
than "made to measure prices.
His two $10.00 Suits never allow
no longer than one Macy $14.75
from us. Macy clothing, once
find what ne wants in taoric. cut
I fOLORINGS are Oxford end
UKamortagm; gruy, urvunii
blue gray, warm heather
mixture: In thort, all the
ihadat called for by the fashion
of tho moment.
- i . tiA 7C Smartly cut
(due, sold elsewhere at prices ranging
and stout sizes from 34 to 46
10 7C Cut in the moat
Kc oi models and latest colorings, quarter, nair
a aafVB vtvvi y i w. i w anrl
AJAMAS in Japanese and French
impi riea suns, ana line f.ngltsh
imported flanneh; Ihe acme of com
iort cairied out in Ih fintsl
materials; fit and finish of Ihe best.
: M and won varied
stnpesy intsneii in plain military style;
r n a de in cur own workroo
HaWon tfie premises; priced at.
ii jui- in wui iiwn uorivrooiris
PAJAMAS-1 of s"Pr"
Silk, with snft I r - 1. ' ' Mile
tached; nothing U'tter than t
,r- i r
tills (".'III he limrlp ' r 'i i . , nt
ID A I 4 of finest taffeta
1 . L n,,,m,.i s, i
I naiiiiri . stii-aiioreu
, frogs and ocean pearl buttons, all sizes
l..t ..,! I 1 II
i. IUII Oil H''C1 lilies;
priced at .
Also in Botany FlanTtti at $2.44
PAJAMAS -p' ic mixture.
In a very wide
1 " . i L . ''"'" antl ,c"lor"l
K'""""' siripes; priced
PAJAMAS cool weather Paja
mas of the best
downy "domet" flannel; all sizes-
trimmad with silk frogs; the onl
dornst PSlsms finished with "
fciuttMii iUiU)n-: pikP. . . . Ii.li
Main I l.Kii. I in, BH tt, .
of which art-
See Our Fxtrt Ad. on P;e 18. I
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