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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1919.
NO SUBWAY KICKS "PAUL KELLY" FED
. Kefir, an all. Ihfll Itltl kdbtfft,
4lMharfM in rVegl Mdg PcHlci Coefl
' by tfaftOtrat Hulls in-ilnv after A
li'tigtin rxarnlriHdiiii nil a charge Hint
Vsosrelll pofidoeti r aitontefly hovee at
No 50) WVst Kuril -firrt Street, unilrr
tiling hottat gl No 2U Wrat Korly
flrAt Street Tin y hSVt HWajrl fnlprl
beeaegt I'aeerelll hit etub chtrttr
hoiI cOImJuuU I i" etSeo as a club.
Only nitffibera . t iweo1 to pie
otifldt Ami (hi v - am. noil member
hiii in to i oatly drawn uii no po-
llntmtn or ttOOl ilg-ni hiik bOOS alii,
to hr'nk through.
t'wilil- to gpi Varan III on a g;nn-
i.tihc charge, tiit pellet Invoked a
statin,- which ebOMcttrlMt aa a din.
OfdOrl house a plare of rraort for
mniMi'm or parsons who hava kOdfJ
OOnvlOtOd of rrlme. Tt waa charged
Hint Vaiiirrlll a slat la rttOf ltd lo by
Weveral polled officers mora tn the
eonviet Vaeartlll or keeping a gam
COUIM ' tin' examination that rx.ron
v is and gamMera hn "It nally rraort to
i' Noonday loelal 01 ib, and that poller
l played there. Maglatrale lints lull
that tii pollea nun: show that Vaeartlll
kni-ar th.- i humcier of those persons
complained of by the police fir course
tht polloamen oould not swear Vacaretti
a win i' some or hla members had
Vaeartlll by Ma hooka ahowrd t riait tha
Noonday anMlal Club liaa It: membars
nlio pay dura, and that thr place la run
aa a rltib.
hDddltd In a nirnrr of a Ni W Vn'k
Central freight ar thii mornlna WhUt
Iht i-aia of an outbound Albany frtbjrhi
WtTi hpina i on tht trarUa at Wttl
Knd nvantlt and SlXtletb atrn-t. Thr
li. I waa aiik'd out by a railroad detec
five Ha aatd hr waa KulOIN K I Oil en I
of WoOdtldti v and th.it he ran
HW-ay lipfauap hia iftteilytar0ld
bretber had nut treated him welL
a r.fK or hi won.
iPaim thr Wmliimion hum
"Has your wlfa a srnaa of humor?"
"I think ah hat." replied Mr. MOI '
ton. "Shr aiiya that moat of my opin
ion are perfertly rldlculoua."
! NOTE TELLS OF SUICIDE.
in l-'lnila I. I nilrr Hla Hour After
Father la Hrad.
loai ;li rieltOhet, who kept a Bowery
rettaurtnt for twenty eara. killed him
tl( with a revolver ahot, today, at hit
home, No. ICkll Klf ty-thlrd ?trrrt.
had sent the women of the houtebel
out on ei rtnds md had . arrled out h
THIN (.1111. A WOSDMl.
I m . V. . tHM. iNlv flu. 1
Miss Maigarrt Montgomery, a ftrm
er s daughter near Stillwater, It ty lona
raids the champion rotton proker In
(jklatioma and probaibly In tht whola
III,, gillsi r a No.hil.ii H.m'iv 4 "1 1 j I .
Vaoareltl anil hi counter rattan Bar
SAYS SERVICE BOARD CLUB ISN'T DISORDERLY
Hnn'Mincfd Ihpy WOUld IntlllUtt A
mri Action td rfemeel Coefiuilseloiiof
ilia reataurant Nnrnto, two yeart aao,
and hr hat tlnre brrn deapondent.
Ilia ton, Htnnialau., liaa a reataurant
at No lt I'arwerv. I nder the door, to
day, lie found a note from hla father,
leltlnt of hla Intention to die and giving;
dlreetloM reganllng hla property. Btan
Hlnua I'li'HClier hurried at once to hla
father's home. He learned hla father
country. One day last fall tht stoktd
Tno pounds of cotton. Mitt Montgwnarr
la tw-entythree yeart oM, waa born oa
a farm in Chautauqua County, Kanaaa
sn la a musician end such an ao
complkshed lioriewoman that One woa
first prize In the ladJea' riding rata at
the Payne County Fair latt faH.
WpMo Io oril'-r away two uniformed
poli.-cmrtn who h.ivn in-n Ittitlllt4 (
thr Noonday H'h'IhI Clue), on Instil. end
rivilmM V;il.-rw n.l1MC i t. one ontstn, ltf alnes, Krl.tsy night.
V li III III. Ill V 1 IHVvl ' l v 1 1 1 i v i '"'"'nil, Wll.i, worn or liir . VtCtrtlll
. , Jsarir of a gaa onl th kipr or
Big EMI Of LllV Money , , r-Mnatown. rallM h:melf Paul
The MtOBtlvei of Inipc-lor t.ahsy's
district have mads aoisral sfforta lo
Hid Rmimir In rrelaht Car.
A tWAlve-yrar-old boy waa fourul
Mmefits That BoroiiRh.
n. H. Mary A Co. 'a Attraction a Art Their Low Prleao.
H. Mney Co.' Attraction Are Thnlr Lew frla
in a letter to .Tohn F Hylsti. Presi
dent of the Allied Boarda of Trade
at i Ta '.payers Asaorlatlona or Brook
yH, i lialrnian Mlllcox of the Puhlle
lOrVlet Commission esys that "If the
mllll. uis to ka laid out on thr H. B. T.
ttl rWay In Broadway. Manhattan
which mil be tail lit mainly for the con
vtnieme of the people of Brooklyn
tre lnlen Into consideration there will
ie m'irr money spent for auhwaya for
i: ... no than for ftffanhe t tea."
Chairman Wlleea alao g!ca aome in
If retting tUurea as nipl ing to rom-
paratlvt robway tapendtturet te na
madt trom the total or MMtajW or
city money to he spent for the con .
- in lion Of the dual aystem. He points
gal that the borougha will snare aa
low II Manhattan. m.ii.mn, Hiook- I
i.ui. Ha, Ha, let i Brona, MMMWj qneenki
j,i.,..i. Breoktya mainly, but Maahat'
tin i.i pari (attera tMatrtoi labway), :
f in ioii.ik . hi PJ,enM io kl atienl
in Mankattaa for new subways it Ml
i stlmstc.t that J.'i'.ii.'i only will be m-
pen-b-'i upon Imea to kt operated by I
the luleriHiioiixh Hatild Tianalt Com- .
it., whllt Ha,an0M will be laid out for I
iii" tenelruotlen of Hie llnea In Man- I
hatian whli n an to i' operated by the 1
It I! T, "Thttt Mill will sec," is VI I
Ohstrnieo Wilcox, "lhat tvoa In the
Bo "iiyh oT Manliattan alone tira.-tlrally
two ihtrdt or the roeney to be spent by
ilia dt -'i ii. devoted to lines which
li' 'nnlnlv by the pioplr of
it'ookifii and other parts of Jaum
Mr Will OX lakes tXCOptlon to the
. .mplaMi ..f Mr, llylend that Brooklyn
kat r:i d lee rhnl noted asalnM in favor
o' Hie Bronx or tliat NUnlty of popula
th n airing oertalfl proposed lim a In thr
latter ilinnitjk do aoi warrant InilldliiK
st thia time Chairman WUleoa provea
... figures a remar1nblt and growing in-
i . la. ef population in tin- aortkern bor
ougii, a 'cftmpaaled by tcoret or ml ioai
o' dollars' li-.- reaar in "n' 1 . 1
Hons o' land. I
To-Day and To-Morrow
lllnninniU l"ir liwa.il fmm m i-ail lap Ma
i hanjril ut full mlur ttf rrlurnrdl fur 'ah.
Irkk irn pr -rul.. wllhln one var.
Valuation. i lilt I'm t
a.'J imi a-ui.o
I lll.llll .
2 ..Ml .
I I'll Prlrl.
.i i.-'.imi ijt:,
rtawherr It Hie I letted Niatca and only I
la a n't) few Kuronran .111., ran inn are
as tarn dlaplay of Diamonds as At our ,
-slaldlshnient i IKO lir.ai.li a , V Vorkl. '
ila mark Mn ul thi-iu In olaln ftauras. also i
io Ihr areurair wrlslila and taal Tun all 1
aiMMIl thr onalll.i. rlr. li r do llui sluillla
i.H oii II. Is diamond rlna Is OHMMMI. Ihls
ISIS ano.UII. rti . I list nirulia lii.llilng lo
ion. We liaie nutblna to ront-eal anil lr
ita thr tai l, rraardiiia arade and uualltr.
hIIowIiu imi to ir i uur own iitdar. Van
issa hate I'lmtltlcnre lo Minn no when
nurrliaaina. iVa auaranlM lha talua of
eierr diamond w aeil.
Aea our window dlaolar of mer half a
M illion dollaia' ..nil of dlamoada. All
plalnli niarkrd at lo ao.tHHj.oo.
CHARLES A. KEENE
a QA InoinrlMr of rHamaaga,
low Broadway, New York
OI'RN I NTH. a O'CLOCK.
Used World Ads.
With Best Results
in tin- Hrnting of
W. AI.'NWilV At.KXANDBR.
Heal Bttatt Laaag and Insurancs.
SOU Pfflk Alt.
Ilea York Nov. f, 11)13.
New Tnrk VorlJ:
I slsrltil to d rills In lha "To lait"
columns uf Tka v. arid ttverel ska
ago and sin... Uisn Mi. ussd vour
, .. sln.oat constantly snl hsva l.r.n
vary su raasful In noting my auaii
minis 1 find tha Maw York World has pro
Sued fsr mora rsaults than any ultiar
. l l .lluff no'dluin I hsva rvir ussd
and I shall noiiinua to auvsrilsa lha
Hague Court until tt Is full rem.d.
Vary ran ,,
w. a. AutXANoaa.
It 1$ plainly due to retulu thit
V.'orlil ijs. har ivcn in thr pist
that made it postihlr (or Thr Wurld
to print 2S.J56 "To Let" advertise
ment last month l?,7oy more than
trail .Ml World Ads.
Brwaw.1, 4la be .lala St.
Macy's Undersell Every Other Store
in New York 10 per cent, on popular fiction, and IS
per cent, on Standard Librarv Sets. This saving in
books is only a sample of the REGULAR MACY
SAVING throughout the store.
Where are you going to buy?
At the stores that claim to undersell
Or at Macy's that proves its underselling?
On the higher-priced articles, where Macy's only
competitors are specialty stores, the REGULAR
MACY SAVING is Renter than on hooks, often
running up to one-third and two-fifths.
SMART NEW TOPCOATS FOR WOMEN
hnr man) ! the finest Topcoats, veloiir de lairte, the softest
.'imi most supple nf all wool fabrics, is employed. At a
navy Nue imported Topcoat is of this favored material, with
diagonal strides on the reverse side. Another handsome Top
coat at $49.74 is nf veloiir de lame with deep mlling collar and
cuffs of Hudson Seal (dved mukrat).
Imported Topcoats, London Made $22.74
Loose doubre breasted model, of dashing bullish style, with
tlariiin hues, deep cuffs, convertible collar and large pockets.
Full length. Made of soft, fleecy, all-wool "warmtli-without-weight"
material-. Gray, brown and urc-eti mixtures.
Full Length Coats of Seal Plush $17.74
Excellent quality of seal plush, lined throughout with heavy
satin. "Straight-line" model, slightly fitted hack. Deep shawl
collar, turn hack cuffs.
Belted Topcoats of Chinchilla Cloth $16.74
Gray, Oxford, navy or brown chinchilla cloth of fine grade.
Full length garment! with belted hack, convert ihle collar, deep
pockets and turn hack culls. All edges bound with braid.
Swund Hour Broadway
WOMEN'S SHOES & SLIPPERS, $2.59
That Were $4.96, $3.96 and $3.49
A clearance of high grade Footwear lines which for various
reasons we have decided to discontinue. May are reduced be
cause the swje range is broken, others because we cannot duplicate
tiiem at lormer prices.
Extra high-cut Boots of black calf and patent
Button Hoots, regular height, in Nak calf.
Patent leather Hoots, with white kid lops.
lland-seiced Slippers, vith fine hand emhoiderv.
i Patent leather, "unite calf.
Plain Opera Slippers, in patent leather and Hath
While the size ranee is in many lines somewhat Incomolete.
there are sizes m some styles to fit every foot,
Sr. ..nil Hour, S.H h M 8ar.
BOYS' SUITS & OVERCOATS
At a Saving of x to
ll re Is a little Overcoat story:
Last Friday n customer wtiose son was wearing
a S9.G0 Coat just bought at came to
Macy's and invited criticism of it as compared
io our tRM4 CoHt.
"JJ fit." aid we, "Ar Macy -'iit has a "Vene
tian" clolh yoke- yours has nonr.
"In the Macy Coat Iht under -fai in t oj the collar
(j of the same material as the coat- nwrtiachup
"Th shirt of tht Macy Coat measures 48 inches
round -jratga is law Inchaa narrower.
"The lacints in the Macy Coat clear the button
holes by mer tuo inches- in touts tha aknat towh
"Trifle?!" said the customer. "Yes. but trifles
mahe ier)cclion- and parirction b no trillal"
That rii.tnnisr rt i irtiisl I hp Rial Tli
lfundd price more than bouuht a thoroughlt
satisfactory fU)4 overcoat at Macy s.
Overcoats, $4.96 to $14.74
Wjn iy lo in ) ears Qgj
Models are plain, button-to-neck and conertible notched
collar, in elvet or 01 same material as the coat.
Materiili are fine chinchillas, tweeds and cheviots, in iirays
blues, tans, browns and heather mixtures. Length is just
Deiow-Kiiee io aimosi aniie.
Overcoats $4.96 to $12.74
SitS 6 to 12 years.
Models are double-breasted, plain, with convertible coliar.
Most I v wool-lined, and some belted: some nlain.
Materials a re in gray and brown fancy mixtures and in gra ,
olue ana tan ciiincnilla. in the three-quarter length.
Specially Priced Suits 6 to 18 years.
Prices $4-9 WtT0 $6.49), end $7.49 (uere $10.74).
Models are plain, Norfolk and double-bre.isted. with knick
erbokers, in newest cut, with natural shoulders and roomy
but not exaggerated fulness in the knickers. Every seam rein
forced with tape and sewn with silk.
Materials are tweeds, chev iots, worsteds and cassimeres, in
Fall shades ot gray, brown and heather mixtures.
FINE BLACK 12c
SHADOW & $1-44 k
Macy't prices uere Pc lofl.84 a yard
The new dotted, floral, conventional
and heavy patterned designs, in fine
meshed ('.haul illy and shadow laces.
.Vidths raiiRe from 2 inches to 18
inches. These .i:es are suitable
for frills, blouses, draperies and
trimming purposes. Main n.. eeatre.
Prices Reduced One-Half
"Cut Lengths" of this Season's
Over the wonderful realm of Toyland, on our Sixth Floor, a real live Santa Clans rules
supreme. Bring the kiddies to see 'him. The trueXmas spirit radiates from even corner
of the immense space which this year we have dedicated to the most comprehensive Tov
Store in the city.
Here among the myriad man elsgathered from the world's most famous Toy centres, are
gifts that will delight and fascinate not only the little folks, but "children of a larger growth"
Bring the children in to see the thousands of Dolls. Toys and Games. Here
collection of which Santa Claus and Macy's are justly proud.
Suggestions for the Girls:
Toy Cottages, $16.74; burlap CON
erect, 3 K, S tt. X 6 It. (foklinc into (.
inch thickness)! District Schools and
Stores at the same price. Other
Toy Sewing Machines, $3.49 to $6.49
Children s Toy Dishes, -11 pieces
nrettilv decorated. ;tt S3.74 a set.
Other set' in tin, agate or china. 98c
up to SW..4.
rianos, J9c in SS.M. uhite. rose
wood or mahogany finish. Piano
Stools, Z4c to 49c.
Dolls Trunks, steamer and ward
robe style, 98c to $5.94
Jointed Dolls, 24c to $16.74.
Dressed Dolls, 24c to $53.50
f hararter Rahirs 21r In 15.24
CI I IO I Doll Carriages, $1.14 to $13.49
The Macy Doll at 98c
20 inches high and the best doll
value in the city. Moving eyes,
full jointed, shoes, stockings and
pretty slip or a 24-i.ich doll at 98c,
with moving eyes and lashes, full
69c For Silks
,d. that were
Main Ft.. ilSth Kl.
Lenses for Reading) Fused
Lenses for Distance) Together
Other optical shops sell the
identical glasses under an
other name for ?4 more than
OLD STYLE MACY'S STYLE
show li. ir uns
li' fllsl. ill.
No Una c4t fusion
We grind the glasses from your
own prescription or, if you prefer
a registered optometrist will ex
amine your eyes free of charge and
prescribe the glasses needed.
The three salient points of Macy's
Fused Invisible Hi-I'ocals:
U) One pair of glasses for seeing
Isilli near nt hand and in the
(2) Untof demarcation beteei
near ami distance lenses
practically invisible to
wearer. No nerve strain,
(J) Line of demarcation ahso-
lulel invisible to other
The glasses are neither dis-
liguntig nor Conspicuous.
i Balraai. Mill SI.. Hsa,.
Suggestions for the Boys:
humpty Dumpty Circus Sets, 44c
Austrian Animal Sets, $1.19 to
Inside Baseball Games, $149.
Major League Baseball, $3.24.
National Baseball, 98c
Scroll Saw Outfits, 74c to $1.49.
American Soldier Game, hinged
soldiers of lead, and popgun:
24c to 49c without gun.
98c tb $2.24 with gun.
Imported Soldier Sets, 16c to $9.89.
(Very elaborately dressed.)
Hill Climbing Toys, 49c to $1.98.
Juvenile Autos, $3.49 to $24.75
Soldier Outfits, 98c to $3.49
f Cadets, lioy Scouts, Cowboys and
Cavalry Suits or Shields.
Indian and Cowboy Suits, 98c .$2.97
Moccasins, 89c to $2.97
Aeroplane Models, 24c to $34.74
For the Xmas Tree
Musical Tree Stands, $2.79 to
Artificial Christmas Trees, 10c to
Christmas Tree Lights with
connections for battery or house
current plain, flower or fruit
bulbs. $1.59 to $11.89.
The Forenoon from 8.30 to
is the ideal shopping tin e.
The crowds are smaller, the
salespeople are brighter, the
stocks are more order!) .
Physical and Ttiental comfort
for yourself, as well as kindly
consideration for others, urges
you to act upon our advice to
shop in the fortnoofl when
Sold HlseichiVt' for $6.50
The set consists of:
Six Tta Spoons,
! single llnead border
crencned by clustering
daisies. Cray finish.
Sis Tabic Spoons
Sis Dinner Kniras,
Sis Dinner Forks,
0 Butter Knife,
One Sugar Spoon.
The knives are full triple-plated,
and the other pieces extra quality.
Each set comes in a green moreen
gift chest as illustrated ,
We will enpare one script initial
on each piece, without chute-
Mala Moor. Hroadnar.
FINE CARPETS REDUCED
Plain Wilton Velvet,
Macv's Price Was $1.44 yd.
Special Sale Price, $1.14.
Plain Wilton Velvet,
Macy's Price Was $1.89 yd.
Special Sale Price, $1.44.
Macv's Price Was
t ' " s
Macv's Price Was
There are among
these Carpets no shop
worn goods, no rem
nants, no "left-overs."
Every piece is fresh
from the mill, clean
and perfect, and in v 1
several instances they are Spring, 1913, patterns not yet gener
ally on the market.
The Carpets are in a very wide range of two-toned reds, greens
and browns, and in "all-over" effects characteristic of fine Ori
ental Rugs -with the exception of the plain Wilton Velvets, which
are in self-colors.
The Plait: Wilton I'ehets come in "body" (for rooms) to match
the "stair." The range of shades and color-combinations is so
wide that one may match any decorative color-scheme.
Tapestry Brussels Carpets,
Macv's Price Was 89c yd.
Special Sale Price, 74c.
Macy's Prit e U as $1.14 yd.
Special Sale Price, 89c.
Domestic Rugs Also Reduced
Seamless Wilton Rugs
J7 Inches M Inches.. S5.00
.16 inches 6J inches . $7 SO
r feet s9 feet SJ7.M)
8' 4 feet kJOH feet.
ofeet MJ tret
I0W feet l' feet .
US. on $41.89
SnsHoiald Sauara eainT
Broadway. 4th e. JSthl
AT THE SUPERINTENDENTS DESK on any floor
a GENERAL SALESPERSON and SHOPPING GUIDE
will be assigned you, if you so request. In doing extensive
Christmas shopping a Store Guide is of assistance, not
only in directing where to obtain what you want, but in
giving advice and suggestions and in seeing to it that your
whole order is delivered when you wish it. Our Shopping
Guides have extensive experience, and their expert advice
and assistance are at your disposal.
FINE IMPORTED SWEATERS & WAISTCOATS,
SCARVES AND GOLF JACKETS FOR MEN
it prices J to lower
FROM SCOTLAND Golf
Coats in plain and Norfolk
St) le, in quiet gray, green
and brown mixtures.
Smartly cut. warm, com
fortable and fairly redolent
of their native gorse and
heather. Sizes 34 to 44.
One or two made up in
London, of wools from the
Shot lands. Priced Si 1.74
FROM FRANCE - Sweat
ers of "camel's hair" the
new name for a warm, close
ly woven, slightly "fuzzv"
fabric, much favored bv the
French av iators.
Colors ,-ire dull grays and browns. It's warm as anything
made. "V necks and two pockets. Priced elsewhere $7;00; at
Macy s, $-ao.
FROM ENGLAND Scanes of fine silky wools from the Shet
lands. thick and soft, yet not bulky.
Fine for skating and winter sports, and colored in warm bright
shades ot green, blue, brown, gray and red. Priced 98c to $434.
f-ROM SCOTLAND ll'aistcoals in newest warm gray and
brown mixtures. Some striped. Two styles, and in sires 34 to 44.
rncea xi.vo to Jy.o'f,
Sueaters in soft grav. green and brown mixtures. Some with
111 almost imisih e striiv Hioh ami "V" nPi-Lr mnrlok in all
izes. Priced $5.24 to SI 4. 49.
Domestic Sweaters of the Newest Style
From $1.49, Els&wkm S-50
Up lo $6.74, lilsmhere $10.00
Pine Worsted 'Shakei knit" Coal
Sue. iters, ill white, orav maman 4M.I
wool and Worsted rVwi SuasatMe
in white. sraA ;iiul iu v . a .4t to id. 49.
Shaker Knit Sweaters, $l.'8 io$(.74.
Ruff -Neck" Sweaters
From $4.96, Elsewhere $6.00
Up to $7.49, Elsewhere $10.00
Plain Knit Worsted, price $4.96 to
Shaker Knit, prkc $7.24 and $7.74.
Fine Worsted Stinker Knit, petfect
fitting collar, in navy, white, maroon
.iiid gray, with pockeK Price $1.94.
I nth ri.. ( Nitre.
MEN'S RICH SILK NECKWEAR
At Savings of ', to as Compared to Prices Elsiwhoro
Open-end Cravats from Paris, at $1.44 and
$1,98. In four-in-hand shape us illustrated).
Made of French hand-loomed silk squares,
rich, heavy, and in indescribably delicate yet
striking combinations of color.
Cravats that sound the final note in the
garment of the Well-Dressed Man's wear
the ultimate touch that confers distinction.
Open-end "Four-in-hands" from London, at
$1.44, full and flowing, of plain-color Irish
Poplin greens, blues and browns, in soft
Generously cut, and stitched and finished
with extreme care so as to slide easily in the
Best of all, smart, in the best sense of he
word. Regular Regent Street "ties," as the
Londoner says fresh and blooming after their
"Cravates de Luxe" to your '
order, ot Spitalfields Silk.
Spitalfields.in the East End of London, still weaves on its
hand-looms some of the richest silks in the world, in the most
exquisite color-combinations and designs.
ti e import the choicest squares of this magnificent silk, and
make them up in almost any style you request or originate.
These squares can be nmde into" four, three or two Cravats,
depending upon the style of scarf you wish. If, for instance,'
you order three cravats and wish each to be of a different pat
tern, you select three different squares, and a cravat is made
from each one, but you pay for one square only.
Prices are as follows:
Four Cravats Three Cravats Two Cravats
(to a square (to a square) (to a square)
Each $1.59 Each $1.74 Each $2.24
In Ascot stvle, only one crav at can be made from a souare
Price for an Ascot, $2.74. 1
Remember these Cravats when providing for gifts.
Crofttet Cratats of pure silk are 08c at Macy's, but "Special
at $l.iy elsewhere! Made on hand-frame machines, and conse
quently without mechanical imperfections.
Made in plain shades, cross stripes, delicate color-conibina-
ti, in- aiii! nlpntv it ,i'vf ii'f'r hl'i.-l. .mill. ...u;t.
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