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-HI iItENINQ WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
NO HOME RULE-LONG;
BUT IT'S O.K.-1
AS BOTH SAIL AWAY
Irish Too Quarrelsome, Says
Conservative Leader, to Which
Irish Leader Replies.
Till a rvni(h trip. lit, that sh:r Ol
tlo will lnvc BTtr Iho pelld to Llvae.
pool. what w'lh lilt nt. mm WaHtl
Lone;, M. P.. Conservative
for Irelan.l. anl the Hon W H K ltr-1.
nond. M P.. hrOtMT el Home llute
Radmon-1. enfl hlmaeir a flrhter for ft"
Ireland, both tog'thor on UM same
"The Irish rssuliln't rnvern themer-lves
If they did have Horn Rule; thy'ie n
quarrelsome ami a raefelSM lt,M eelii
the Rt. Hon. In. M P. before he
left the dock lo gn m the ship
'The Government aill frUH H"in
Rule at the next f Parllnnent
We're sure M et II." said hl ,,on
Radiriond. M P
And ain't It IMkjr vonre no: MtllUg on
Redmond, who hii heen three wrens
In thla country, attending tha ronven
Uon of the I'nlted Irish League In Phil
adelphia ami touring the Important
riles In the East and Middle West, was
escorted down to the dork by a brnvr
delegation of the loy who are with
Mm In Ma work There were Michael C.
Coefcley, Chairman of the Farewell ,
Oonunittee. and Michael Fox. frrretary '
ef the United Irish league Then there
were Thomai Kelly of the A. O. 11.
nd rr. and Mrs. William T. Tower; j
Mra. Power la the daughter of John
"I believe the demonstration that la
aelng made In America for home rula
will move the RrlUah Government to
hasten the pasisge of a Homo Rule
Mil next Parliament" aald Mr. Red
nund. My Journey to thla country
tias borna more fruit than any of the
others I have made; tha contributions
to tha cause are haarler than before.
Surely the wetfht of American opinion
has heartened the Irlah Nationalist
party and programme "
Than thla la what tha former Secre
tary for Ireland under a Conservative
Government had to eay about the aama
"I am unalterably opposed to home
rale. If it were not for tha politicians
who keep stirring up tha Issue tha
hoene rule Issue would be ao dead aa
a mackerel by this time. Tha present
Liberal Government will not live long
enough to force through a Home Rule
' Mil; M la only a question of weeks be
fore It (on out of offloe anyway.
, .The Home Rula Mil la especially of
fanslve to Englishmen because It estab
lishes a Parliament for Ireland, should
the Irlah got boms rule they wouldn't
know what to do with It; they would
I , be quarreling among themselves la a
gj BURGLARS BLOW A SAFE
j AS TRAIN PASSES; GET $725.
Noise of Elevated Deadens Sound
of Nitroglycerine Explosion In
Second Avenue Store.
orglare early to-day blew a small
sane In tha offloe of Cohan Siegei.
who bare an Interior decorating, paint
and paper atora at No. UK Second ave
nue. They got 122'. In cash and nego
tiable securities worth ttOO. It la be
lieved the nltro-glycerlne that wrecked
tits etrong box waa set off as an ele
vated train passed, aa no one In the
Bsegtiboitiood heard the explosion.
aRas thlevee got to the rear yard of
tlas fosir-atory building occupied by the
SIB by going throuah a tenement In
Bast Blghty-lrst street In the yard of '
tha adjoining building they found sev
seal oM Iron bads and uaed tha con
newt lag rods as a ladder to reach i
R. H. Mary A Co. 'a Attractions Ara TheUr Lw iW r
The aafe near tha front of the ators,
Is screened from outside view by win
dow display. The burglars raided the
workshop tor drills, aoap and other
things needed, and flrat tried to drill
tae outer door of the safe, whloh Is
about two by three feet. Falling to
penetrate the hard eti-el. they worked
with the combination until they opened
the door a
They then found themselves confront
ed by steel Inner doors. Thw they
. drilled. Pouting nltro-glyrerlnr Into the
safe, they stopped up the ortxiosg with
suap and touched It off. the force of
v tha explosion hurling the doors far Into
the office. The cash and securities were
then easy to get
BE SURE TO REGISTER!
Tae Flrat land IsMtJ baure Will
sr Br To-worrore at T . w,
stesjlstratlon commences to-morn.w
mornlng tt 7 0'ajaek and continues un
til 10 o'clock at Mght. All day Satur
day will also be taken up with rsftSU.
tlon between the same hours. hi Hie
same days of next a.ek VOtSn Ma)
avail iksmsjiagg of tha law, but all
hoac- who are not ngU;.n,l by In
oVck Haturdsy nlgl I, Oct It, .. low
their -i.ame to rats
To get .11 the rsgutsr dm must have
been In the mate one yesr, in tin-
'. County four nionths, ami in n ec on
district thirty lays. Persons living In
lodging houses ami I tallica law botslf
, ara obliged to be registered from their
abodes urtfore liv.ng allowed lo go on
the register. The lista for tins purpose
wars dosed last Monday,
A AMI 14 AH MSM&D,
True, tii leeaketils Osujsm Joarasl.1
"I ought IS uaVS some legends -on-nectsd
with the plaos," sniil In land
'lord. "They bring trad.-, legends do,
' There needn't aeeaaiaj ll.v be any truth
In them, you khnu "
"gtlck to the legend that you sr. i
nlag a tlrst-duea hotel," advised I he
guest 'That legend will natch a i. a
suckers every year."
Herald Squer. sBasss'
Broadway, 14th to UtsSt .
OSTRICH PLUME HATS, $9.89
On Sale Friday and Saturday
Out iirprisinu v.-iluo in" Week-
End Specials" have created a
reputation far and near. It is
generally conceded that no other
store in New York offers such
marvels in millinery when style
and price art' both considered,
This week's Hats are copied
from Parisian models !
Black or If hile Hatters' Plush
Shapes, fitch Grade Hand-thrfu-d
Silk I elvet Hats. '-Erect-Pile''
Plush Hats in taupe and
of AW neu' colors.
Effectively trimmed with two
handsome French Plumes of very
finest ostrich stock. Plumes are
18 inches lonBi with 7inch wide,
drooping, full heads; in black,
white and fashionable colors.
These Hats would he sold elsewhere at $15.00 to $18.00; a on
a A ad' cek-bnd special al n.os
Frrench Model Hats are sold at much below cost prices. Prices
range from 119.89 to 849.S0, ,.,, ne.r aiB..
WOMEN'S MODISH GOWNS AND SKIRTS
This Department Are Noteworthy Imported and Domestic
Models -The "Last Note" in This Season's Styles.
Plisse Accordion Dancing Dress $24.74
Chiffon in white, shell pink and eel blue, of heavy quality, m.V over
slip of same material. Accordion pleated deep flounce, ov'erdro and
surplice wait with short sleeves and edged with crystal fringe trimming.
Chiffon flowers in tiny wreath effect at waist.
Brocaded Crepe Afternoon Gown $21.74
In taupe, navy, black and white, a very effective model with blouse
waist, collar of shadow lace, small revers of chiffon velvet; ne draped
skirt effect, caught at front with corded ornament.
Imperial Serge "Bernard" Suits $27.74
A copy of a very attractive "Bernard" model. This is in Imperial Serge
in black or wood brown. Coat, on Umpire lines, has the high ba;k, a silk
vestee and Robespierre collar. Skirt nas pane! back with inverted pleats.
Braid Trimmed Velveteen Suit $27.74
A Copy of a Striking Bechott David Model
Double breasted coat with loops and buttons. Empire back with braided
ornaments, sailor collar. Plainly tailored skirt with 2 deep pints back
and front. In fine black velveteen of good quality.
v -' asd Drees Sertton. Sd Fleer. .
SMART STYLES IN WOMEN'S COATS
A vtry complttt gnorf menl handtomt
ilgcft Cadi; induiti Importtd Veonr Coati
al JJS.7, and (in EtiftisJi Top Coafi at
V8.74 tni $2U4, tt notably food vaawi.
roio VIOID 1 A 1 A
Long Costs, 19'74
Heavy, durable, full-length Coats in
brown, gray or navy polo cloth. A
double-breasted model with converti
ble collar, large pockets and belt.
Black Broadcloth fit; 7 A
Semi-fitted Coats, J10'
A long, well-cut Coat on the new lines
as illustrated, with large shawl collar
and deep cuffs of heavy Bengal ine silk,
lined throughout with heavy satin.
Mannish Coats in 11 7 a
A very trim model, in a smart i
length, cutaway style, with deep black
velvet collar and velvet buttons. In
gray or navy Chinchilla of excellent
Our assortment of Topcoats includes
Imported and Domestic models ranging
from $11.74 lo $69,7 i, aeread Fl.. tVemy
WOMEN'S EVENING SLIPPERS, $2.97
Out Regular Clicis, (3.96. 14.91 1 16.94
OnlySSOpairsof these dainty novelty Slippers which have been
taken out of regular stock because some sizes are nuking. Al
though the range of sizes is incomplete, tere are tiim.lels to fit
every foot, in the assortment offered. For a quick clearance.
prices have been reduced to a fraction of actual values. Included
in 'his sale are:
Patent Leather. BrOHU and ll 'hite Calf-skin Slippers hand
somely bead embroidered in dainty " cut out ' designs.
Slippers o) told loth, of liengafine Silk, Satin . Plat Sue.ie,
I ehel and Paten Leather in Ohera SiiPW si vies.
Hn-ond Fleer. MHIIi N, sW.
U the Mn, asr sf reslsiru-
I Bl 1
MACY'S vs. THE BOOK TRUST
Our fight with the Book Trust still continues
Me still sell books rheacer than anr other house.
The Book Trust itself has slightly changed the price at which
it sens to dealers, but.astiwaysi
Mao's prires are just 10 per cent,
under the lowest prire elsewhere.
I hat ist.) sa , txi.'ks that are sulci elsewnere ai mc irustfixed
price oi si.25 are 11.11 here; hooks sold tisewntre at 11,35 ne
are Jl.zi nere, and so through the list down to dooks 1010 al
net elsewhere we sell at 98c.
Belnw we quote prices on a few of the new popular novels. Sav
L. I. .1 - r 1 . rN nwM;ml iL .
nigs mkii .ts uicse 111 our dook uepariiiieiu 'iti"i iiirtiugtiout
the Macy store.
Convince yourselves by making a teat, that
our prices are 10' , lower than anywhere eh.
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lli.lr .At .rill. - "
-Inn at l Willi"
rtella- BpalB v-- II
Hi, I, Mrs. Mliramsr-.
The Lulrre I'hlll!""
While Hie. kl.
The Jlnsu i 'heeler
Mrs. Asaea Usnson
Stranf socials Iwth of relinble
"Jumelte" Marine a. ftC
Slrnnu KhrarrMtk lenses, cov
red In Mack leather and with
lapanntd trimniings. Leather car-
rying case and shoulder strap.
"Viewnet" Field 0e -A
Sold exclusively at Macy's
Powerful, exceptionally fine
achromatk lenvs. giving a clear.
Iiarp viia. Mounttsl in black
leather, with japanned trimmings;
adjustable extension sun - shield.
Leatht r carrying case andshoulder
We carry the finest Prism Bi
noculars made at prices ranging
from t3S.o to ?leS9. "Lematre
Field (ilnsses the best made
in complete assortments. Held
Glasses, six and twelve lenses,
11 M to S20.0.
"-i'-"" Mrs! Hnnr.MM
From tlie pretty Brooches at 24c
each In I he "Robespierre" Bar Pins,
the latest novelty, at S10.96. the
Maty assortment offers unequalled
opportunities for selection. Note
particularly the prices here men
tioned. Bai Pins, Brooches, Horseshoes,
Wreaths, Guaid Chains, Gun-
metal Purses, Hat
Hnamelled, gold plated and dain
ty Rhinestone effects, also com
binations of fancy colored stones
and many dainty pearl settings
very special at 49c.
Pearl Bead Necklaces fine qual
ity pearla special dj
Vanity Cases of German q a
l-tigine-tumed or engraved ef
fects, with compartments for pow
der, coins and cards.
Mais Floor, "'"-
FOR MEN & WOMEN
Kl.K V nilliirM.ii.iiu i iuiuvjiiiv a
possible by Macy's unequalled pur
chasing facilities. Headquarters in
Belfast. Pans and i-uncnai imaaeira
Mrn i Handkerchiefs
sSaS.i u II L:-t. c ( 00aS
I inillSI ninoarriiiisis, w ivs i
Ehtwhert (M act.) SeBV
Very fine quality pure Belfast
linen, with either openwork or
Large Siie Handkerchiefs, 15c-n
tutwnar ac maen
Made of fine quality pure Bel
fast linen, nicely laundered and with
one-quarter or one-half inch hems.
Initial Handkerchiefa, 6 for 59c"
EUewhert )4 dot.) SSc.
Pure Belfast linen of high grade,
with a pretty embroidered wreath
surrounding the small block initial.
1 . ' I LJ JL U.t. A 1.. UK.
iniuai iisiitisciuiivi.t w iw.
EUewhere (M dot.) SI. SO.
Beautifully hand-embroidered in
substantial quality pure Belfast
linen, with one-eighth inch hems.
Initials are either script or block.
We have all initials.
Real Princess Lace
Handkerchiefs, 98c each
Kxtraordinary values, elsewhere
Si. SO, S2.00 and fj.so each.
Your choice of six exceptionally
elaborate and beautiful patterns,
with beautiful hand-made Princess
lace corners and edges. (These
make exquisite Christmas gifts.)
Main SIh Centre.
The perfection of purity, honestly
sold at the Macy pound weight, which
is NET and does not include the con
Milk-Chocolate Cowed: 1
Caramels, Special 34c
Best quality vanilla and chocolate
flavored cammels, plain and with
nut centres, covered with "Macy
Milk Chocolate" which is superior
to any other made. In pound
Macy's Red Star Special -
24c a Pound
Mixed chocolates, creams, nuts,
tellies and fruits, hxcelleitt mt.x-
Macy's Special 49c a Pound
-,...i, .IK rkarlnrf in I ..-IP to
S-lb boxes. These are tile undis
puted rivals of the Standard S0C
chocolat irs sold sUewhtrt.
19c a Pound
Punfi fresh, delicious in flavor.
None better to be mada ;,t
price. Nicely assorted.
-DAINTY CLOTHING FOR LITTLE FOLKS
for Children (4 to 8 yr. ). $9.94
Three different models, one of which
is illustrated. All are in excellent
qualitv of velveteen, lined .md i ntnr
lined throughout. Buttoned high to
neck, these have separate belts of
braid. One model with sailor collar
and cuffs of moire silk: the one pic
lured is a Russian effect, closing at
side and prettily braid trimmed. In
navy blue, golden brown and black.
Coats for Girls.
Excellent quality in gray or navy
blue Chinchilla cloth, flannel lined. A
double-breasted model, buttoning up
to neck, velvet collar, belted back, two
side pockets. Sizes 6 to 14 years.
in Rubberized Poplin. $5.49
Tan or navy blue in good model with full back under wide
belt, raglan sleeve and two side pockets. Sizes 6 to 16 years.
Luxurious Little 0a nt .
Fur Coats, $24.74 to $74.75
White Coney. Blended Squirrel. Natural Squirrel
Taupe Squirrel and Pony Skin in attractive models.
Girls' Norfolk Dresses
of French Serge, $10.74
1 wo piece dresses of fine French serge in navv or brown.
Box pleated blouse opens down centre front, trimmed with
crystal buttons, round collar and turn back cuffs of white
accordion pleated voile lace edged. Skirt, box pleated front
and back, is attached to a waist lining. In sizes o to 14 years.
An extremely pretty style.
Pretty Dresses . m
of Striped Challis, $6.94
Light blue and white or brown and white colorings
velvet buttons as trimming and messaline scalloped collar.
Full pleated skirt attached to blouse with stitched belt. In
sizes 6 to 14 years.
. Neronrl Flenr 1.1th aireet
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTING
Complete assortment's for th Fall ariH Winter rlotlimcr
needs of both the tiniest tnts ntvl th litllo lifls 1 I I to tl Vs-afirC
old. A very comprehensive display at typical Macy "Lowest-
iii-uieiiiy rnces. uaintiness ana an intimate knowledge
of the needs of the wee lads and lassies have been the first
considerations and every mother Will be quick to recognize
and appreciate the result.
Whiff fnalc nf ekanviino cv,U Iamm ..,,, . u, ... ImimIu
" VI IC4I I I 111 H pi J t, IUIIK ailU OI IV-I I SJ I l lAM W
in price from Bedford cords at trstO hiqm tS JO 3 7 nn.i
$L(6 to nn exniltsifp hanH.imhrniHprnH Inna till.- f'oat
with lace insets at 2').H9.
Worthy of special menliun is a while ktmt imtraUirad CtnkwWt
Coat at the unusual price i f$4Mo.
Colored Coats for children, in sizes to a years, are in
serges, cloths, corduroys and novel tv weaves, at $4.Jb,
$6.89, $9.94 to $16.89.
A special little Carriage Coat of Ripple Eider-
Vdown is an attraction at $L96. )
Corduroy Coats 8.. 4.96. $5.49. $6.89. SS.S9. $9.94
up to $14.89.
A Sample Line of Dainty Dresses
A fortunate purchase of thasa nrett' samoles from a laadlna manue
facturrr anablci us to nffor fine lawn and nainsook dresses in month to
s years size at a very low range of prices. Styles include Yoke Hubbards,
Bishop, Princess and Russian effects, prettily trimmed and fit.fi- made
Dresses regularly 99c, now 69c
Dresses regularly $1.49 and 11.69, now 99e
Dresses regularly $2.97, now $1.49
Dresses regularlyj $3.9fi. ROW $1.98
Underskirts at very much below the usual prices to accompany tlvese
Christening Dresses exquisitely made, also long Dreses and Skirts
for visiting and similar occasions. 09c quality for 69c; 51.24 quality. 89c:
f.1.49 and SLOT qualities, 99c; SI.oh quality, St.')! quality tor Ji.'Vtf.
-1 H aeth St., Rear.
It H. Many Ce.'a Attractions Ara TTiele Low
"RIGHT SHAPE" SHOES FOR
MISSES AND CHILDREN
Tvery toe in a "Riant Shape" Shoe has its required
room tor normal, natural development. Iheetlect is
found In an entire absence of fatigue, as well as n
complete freedom from those pedal ailments to whicl
tiling people are addicted.
Adults who walk in discomfort frequently attribut.
their present trouble to wearing painful shoes as
children. Many mothers sacrifice the child s nmfort
to mere appearance
"Right Shape" Shoes were designed especially
to meet the demand for a ' looking Shoe
and an easy wearing Shoe e.
Asfnras one can tell from appearance thcri is no difference between
Piuht Shane" Shoe? and any other. The superiority .m "Might Shane"
expresses itself In an unusual degree of comfort and in the longer life of
the Shoe because of the wear being equalized over the entire shoe.
Miasea'andChildren'sHigh Misses' and Children's
Cut "Right Shape" Shoes
Veil cut shoes with uoodyearweiiea
soles of best oak leather, Patent
leather, black gun metal, tan, Russia
calf and black vici.
Sizes K toll. V.W
Sii's llL. ,,, j, $2,97
v- - i
Sizes 3H U 5' k. $3.
Uttle Men's "Right
In tan Russia calf, cut in Bluchor
style. A durable shoe of smart
Sizes lOVi to 134. $2 9
Sizes 1 to -', $2.7
rChildren's High Cut Button "Right Shape" Shoes-
Patent leather and iin mttai calf, uith vetted sutes.
"Right Shape" Shoes
Button or lace. Strong and service
able. Gun metal calf, with wetted
soles of bi'st oak leather.
Sizes 7 to U, $1.69
Sizes II . to $1.98
Sizes "2 to S' ,. $2.97
Little Men's "Right
For dress and every -day wear. Made
on a mannish last, button and Blucher
st le. Welted SOlSSOf best oak leather.
Patent leather and gun metal calf.
Sizes It)' 2 to UHn $2.19
Sizes 1 to i, $2.49
nmi in.. BBlh at,.
Sie ?! to in
w WaaaaV HaraJd Squaro Mtr
nth to utbi
display of Hallowe'en favors tliat
range in price liom at w woewt.
SPECIAL FURNITURE SALE
Ltft-Ovtrs from the August Sale and other odd pieces al very
BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY.
IAUNTY MODELS IN MISSES' WEAR
A i.Ar. , ... , I. I in nsuu hltis ii- Ovfnrrl
gray, with check collar andturnliackciilfs. lidges
are all braid bound, f-'ull length coat, buttoned
snugly up to neck Sizes 14 to 16 sear-.
Black & White Diagonal
In a strikingly nobby model, this Magpie
(black and white) cheviot of diagonal weave,
in broad stripe, is a wonderful value. Large
muffler collar of black velvet, and velvet facing
down entire front. Turnback cuffs and paten
pockets. All edges braid bound. Sizes 14 to
of Cutaway Style
A very finely tailored model In blue, taupe,
brown and black corduroy of excellent quality.
Braid bound at edge-, and on straps ,irdled
skirt with panelled back.
In wide wale diagonal cheviot a single breasted coat on new
straight lines. Skirt with high girdle effect button trimmed and made
with panel box pleated back. Sizes 14 to 10 years, lit colors navy
blue, brown and black.
Misses' Coats, $8.94 to $54.75
KIIB9C9 vvaiS) aw t cr I
Full length, M and short models in Cheviot bOUCle
cheviots, nbHines and all other approved fabrics,
Including White Serge
$8.94 to $24.74
Misses' Evening Gowns $12.74 to $64.75
In soft chiffons, lace, and dainty clinging materials appropriate for
m ai floor a.Hh Striv't "Ullr
BOYS' SMART OVERCOATS
FOR FALL AND WINTER
The MaC) Store is tlie Boys' Clothing centre of New York, and .ts Midi is
prepared for the chilly season with the iHst of Boys' Furnishings at regular
Macy prices which means considerably lower price-, than elsi-wiiere.
As to Overcoats, we have an unusually large Variety of materials and
colorings in the new Overcoating Chinchilla," in navy. Oxford, light gray and
brown, blue or brown Kersey: rough and smooth effects in mixtures, warm and
iluranle, warmth without weight, wool lined, some with Pelts all around,
others with belted backs. Velvet or self collars. All tailored with special care
tor turd service.
Overcoats (For Boys 2' to 10 Years), $4.96 to $14.74
Reefers or Russian Overcoats, buttoned close to neck. Materials are
( -lunchilla, Kerse and heavy mixed Overcoatings, belted or plain.
Overcoats (For Boys 6 to 12 Years , $3.96 to $12.74
I U . ...... .1,.. l.,-,t, i ... i. i . , i .I
najmriD Ul a I II VVI UUI le71 I'l.jin v.u.r s. UUUI ll-l'lt ;iM I vl, V.JU1 UJfl
vcrtibk citlLirs that button tv.o wavs. Materials .:rc heavv mixpd rhsfvtai
OvercoatinK tir Chinchilla, wxl I mm Thrta art- the iinr-t practical Qtats
maoa. uong enougn ior pnxfcxion ana snon tnougn nut to inttrore with the
Overcoats (For Boys 10 to 18 Years), $4.96 to $18.49
Overcoats for school, long Overcoats or Ulsters, double or snuilt-breasted
with or without belts. Convertible collars that button close to neck when
needed and fit perfectly when worn in the regular way. A large variety of
taticy mixtures ami p. .mi comrs. oome wnn wool linings, others serge lined.
Materials selected with greatest care for warmth and service. Only all wooi
Men's Underwear at Half Usual Prices
These are factory "throw-out -," so termed because the) have tin) Haw.
These flaw-, are SO skilfully mended at the lacton thai the are not dib
cemiDle and UO not in the shgnust uttr;vt tro.n the worth ol the l-.irn i.-nt -
Pine wool, merino, tine
cashmere and aUcool
Shirts and Dravers.
emibte and do not In t
for Under garments
that uould be
Jt.W to $2.49
i uau iess.
Shirts have long
sleexes, silk fronts and
ocean pearl buttons
irtli ol the garments,
For Under garments
that uould be
$2.49 to $4. 49
i i w mil i-i
The Drawers are ankle length and double-guateted and the seat it atroni Iv
reinforced againat strain, without uncomfortable lumps or seams
A perfect fit for any and every man, whatever his size or phvsique.
''"In HiMir. Mtk iT. Hear.
Finest Quality Genuine Scotch
Wool Shirts and Drawers
Shirts in sizes 34 to 42. Drawers in sizes 30 to 40.
$2.98 Garment fmiashSned! $2.98 Garment
guaranteed unshrinkable garments luxurious vvarm
and comfortable and of sterling quality. They are
made in Scotland by expert workmen. "
lie each) rise in price on siys above 42 in Shirts and abme 40 i Dravers
MUSIC AT LOWEST PRICES
Our Classical Section
Nearlv 4,(Mio titles always, in
stock. Included are works of
the world's ureal masters. Also
the best works of modern com
posers, such as:
A Day in Venice, by Nevin, 94c.
Woodlsnd Sketches, by
Seven Sej Pieces, by MacUowell, 94c,
Our Operatic Section
Librettos and piano selections
from all of the grand opt-ras and
operatic Rongs most in demand.
Musical Comedy Section
The complete score and the
separate sons of every musical
comedy will be found at Macy's
as soon as published, and always
at a lower price than the lowest
advertised price elsewhere.
Collections of Music
An absolutely unrivalled se
lection ot music b ok is sold at
Nlacys, Our price on every
Book is far loss than any other
store m the city. In some cases
ine saving is as high as one-halt
books tor winch other stores
wiwiB irom me to 45c are sold
regularly at MacVs at Mr
Artist's Repertoire, our price, 29c.
selections Ironi tlie Mnsl
i ipers, our price U0r
AJvertiseJ tlMwhtrs is M..i.i
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Our Popular Section
We sell all the p pular sk
lections eeryda in th eiksA
HC a copy his is our regular
price, winch is in contrast with
that Ol other stores which ad-verti-e
certain popular spU.-.
1 1 ions at Be for one day only.
a 4. ajal easts at 10 F. M. . Sa