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'i'hK JSVaiNilK WOULD, T UliDAi, bi.oi.iiii.biv 10,
3 WOMEN, 1 MAN
HURT US CAR BOWLS
Driver Hurried Across Tracks
and Smasliup on Fifty-sixth
A eouthbound l,xlnaMon vrnup car, !
ornsslna; Flrty-slxtli street, run full frrrs
into a coaoli icturnin from a funeral
t Calvary Cemetery ty stay of yueene- ,
xro Hrlrige at 2 o'clock thin afternoon, i
The conch waa tovll over so that It j
reeted on Its roof and thrn split In hlf.
Wires wrmifn-Mn. Hannah lowden I
of No. 35 West Fifty-third street, Mre.
Stary I: n:m of N'o. V1 West Thirty
Ml NNM ami Mrs. I.lJi7.le Plerca of
No. S Howard atroet. Brooklyn were
rn Via cov.h. Thay srrre cit by flying
anas njid rrvrrely liru acd. Mrs. Iow
1en miff err I never Internal Injuries
The driver, Herman Lonawell, waa
hurled to the .pavement. He waa badly
bruise. 1. He l.ppeared a hem the police
looked for him to net hie veralon of the
The In lured women ware taken Into
the reception room of the Hables Hos
pital and cared for there until they
would )e taken to Flnwer Hoiplial In an
ambulance by Tr. Tnvlor.
The HluUl HeSH of the car. Kimene
RelMy of No. 1W Baat Rlxhty-nlnth
treet. told Mie police lymawell had
flanty f warning; from the roiik of the
oar to elow up and avoid the collision,
but that Instead of slat kenlng speed,
lie hurried his hoi-sea and not In the
ELEVATOR CRUSHES MAN
TO DEATH AS HE JUMPS.
Motel St. Regis Employee Is Killed
When He Tries to Leap Aboard
Bajrll M-iiea of No. 3U! Bast Flfty
tlMlh etre.-t. a porter employed In the
St. Hauls Hotel, was crushed to death
by an elevator In the uh-haement at
noon t-day. A shipment of wine In
oases w.is tvelnf derlvre,i at s side
walk entrance to the btMMM on
Fifty-fifth street. The elevator carry
ing the heavy casee passed through the
basement to the auh-'Mtaement.
Mulas, who wus on the basement floor,
tried to kap on the stack of boxes Just
sifter the elevator had passed him. He
mlaecd his footing, slipped from the
elevator ami 'ell under If. He .vas
crushed ami Instantly killed.
The man made no outcry which could
be heard except by other workmen In
the basement and the guests of the
hotel anew of the accident only whan
a patrol wagon arrived to take the body
HELD FOR BLACKHAND DEATH
Oslnrppr reset lerswd of KtlltnK
Oulseppe Oroacl. twenty-six years old,
of No. m last one Hundred and Fifty
third street, was to-day held without
hall, for the action of the tlrand Jury
Coroner Felnberg. on a charge of mur
der, for the killing on Oct. 14 the last of
Dominion Bellini of No. 4! Morris ave
nue. In front of No. 34 East One Hun
dred and Thirteenth street. The shoot
Ing la said by the detectives of the
Italian squad, to be the result of a
"Black Hand'' row.
Accord a to the testimony of Miss
Minnie Mlra and other witnesses ti
devy. tha defendant and the man now
dead accompanied by another, were In
an automobile on the night of the
sthootlnaT. in the Bronx. They lode to I
East One Hundred and Thirteenth I
artreet where they met several other
men. There w-as a (suarrel. followed by
the shooting and Helllnl was found I
dead on the sidewalk.
A derby hat waa found, and according
1o the testimony of the detectives to
lay. the hat was traced to OrescJ.
CATCH WOMaTsHOPLIFTER. I
Ha Had stolen Valuable t of I
Fnra In llepsrlsiesl More.
An attractive, well dressed youiiv
woman, who said she waa CleVTA Wolff,)
twai.tt.slx years old, of I.oe Angeles, I
pleaded guilty to grand larceny before I
Mairlstrate Krotel in the Jefferson Mar
ket Court to-day and wae held In $1,009
hall for trial In the Court of (leneral
Hhe was axwuaed of having stolen a
t of furs valued at 175. a mesh hag.
Ml"; a whlrt waist, S5; an artificial hou-
litet. .-, and two stlckplim from g
Cxtli avenuo dipartmeut atore yester
A woman detective, Anna foachlna,
aaw lor take the goods. The prisoner
said she had been In the city only three
i NAP NEARLY COSTS LIFE.
J Isell Dull I I s eo ii nee In C.aa Tnhr
Mrs. Ttllle Priest, who Uvea on the top
floor of No. 347 Kaat Heventy-elarhth
afreet, returned la her liome to-day after
a attiort shopping tour, an I found her
,ied father, "ieorgv llollerer, sitting In
an armchair near a gas stove. The room
was full of as. She made an unsuc
cessful effor! to arouse him, and sum
moned a policeman, who called lr. Bull
of the He eptln Hospital. The physi
cian revived Hellerer and sent him to
M. I Hospital.
Investigation showed a disconnected
gae pipe on the stove near which the
old man sat, and It Is believed that. In
its slumber, his arm dropped, discon
necting the pipe. He will recover,
KICKED tTdEATH BY MULE.
Btephen Riunaker, a driver, whose
home Is at No. 11 I'lilveralty place,
Woodhaven, I.. I.. Is tying la BS. Maiy's
Uaniaktr wus working alth a team of
mules on an vace.va.tlun Job on I'nlon
Turnpike. Forest Hills, when, shortly
after 7 O'clock to-day, ue started to un
hiti h the keaete. one big mule sud
denly seemed to be driven mad with
rage and startfd kicking H-iinakei.
The man w.ia knocked down be
tween the mules of the team, and be
fore he BOUid be rescued there was
hardly .1 portion Of his body tha,! did
not bear the Imprint of hoofs. He was
unconscious ana nearly doad when
(ken to the hoapiuU.
R. H. Macy ekCo.'s
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W Vtjm Harald Square djr 3
NEW EVENING GOWNS
Exquisite Holiday Gifts for Women
Charming little Gowns of' white
and light hued chiffon are this
season's favorites in Dancing
Dresses. with embroideries of
crystal beads and pearl, witli shim
mering fringes and huge corsage
roses as a finishing touch, at $)7.T,
$49.7b, and up to $149.00.
in Dainty Stylet
Draped in pannier fashion (as
illustrated) and with gracefully
draped bodice; or with finely bead
ed round waist and accordion skirt
effect; lace-trimmed tunic.
(Cnhu n( si Wnrth Mn,ifl
Marie nf ne.iw nn.-ilitv uitin rharrraU5e.
over a silk 'omul. n nm. This gown is
bmpire in style, with low cut bodice of the
charmeuse elaborately trimmed witli plas
trons and garnitures of crystal, rhinestone,
pearl and tinted stones. Fine shadow lacr
is used tor trie sleeves, wnicn are Tinisnea
with the new pointed "handkerchief" ruffle.
The draped skirt ends in a graceful train.
In black. "Nellrosp." ciel blue, maize and
FINE FURS - SPECIALLY PRICED
A new model in the Macy collection of Fur garments is an imported
Wrap of Hudson Seal (dyed Muskrat) its edges trimmed with
skunk fur. At one side a long revers is gracefully draped and a wide
scarf of the Skunk may be used as a muffler collar or worn in a Stole
effect. This regal garment, lined ygith "old pink" embossed velour,
A Baltic Seal (dyed Coney) Coat has wide cuffs, deep collar and
drsjpery revers of Chinchilla Squirrel. A long scarf of the same soft,
gray fur reaches from collar to hem of tins long Coat, which is won
derfully effective in style, and only $264.00.
Kit-Fox Sets (Taupe-dyed), $36.75
Very fine young Fox pelts soft and full-furred, dyed in silver-gray
effect. Hound-animal scarf and fancy muff both trimmed with heads,
paws and brush. Lined with shirred satin charmeuse.
Black Fox Sets. Animal Effect. $33.75
Large Scarf finished with tail and brush and muff similarly
trimmed. Lustrous black dyed full-furred Russian Fox pelts. Lined
with soft, black satin.
Full-length Caracul Coats. $54.75
Macy's Caracul Coats are always "whole skins" never small
pieces. Straight line models. Shawl Collars, deep cuffs. Breaded
linings in heavy quality silk.
French Seal (French-dyed Coney) Coats. $54.75
"Silhouette" effect, with rolling shawl collar, turn-back cuffs. Full
length model, of finely matched skins, lined with Skinner satin. 1
WOMEN'S NEWEST RAINCOATS
In the Macy assortment a Paris-made Raincoat, at $49.7'
is distinctively different. A long, sharply pointed panel forms the
back of the garment, and the sides are draped pannier-fashion
at the knee. A Robespierre collar and deep yoke add to its style.
Blue shadow -striped changeable silk is employed for this fetching
Raincoat, which in every line shows its Parisian origin.
Women's Storm-proof "Burberry " Coats, $19.74
WOMEN'S NECKWEAR FOR GIFTS
Neckwear purchases uitl be packed in attraithc holly
coxes, tj desired.
Of satin, with frills and jabots of
net and lace.
Macjr'f price, 96c to $2.79
Elsewhere to f)3i.
Of atin, with jabots of net or
Macy i prices, 47c to $1.44
EhfUhere 70, to $1.60
Of baby Irish or Irish Crochet
Mace's prices, $2.49 to $2.89
Elsewhere S2.73 and f)M.
Inrliirlpfl in tin-
feBBas 'iv v f iiui C-4V-J v i I ivu nil II 1(11 I V
imported novelties of silk, net and lace, ranging in price from
$2.98 to $10.98, especially appropriate for Xmas gifts.
Mala llorr- Broadway.
ertlona t nalr I nn Price
14th to 55th St,
friad Finer (luwi Aaloa.
Heeoad lteor. :uth Mreet.
Made in Londpn of the famous "Bur
berry" cloth, intanor olive. Loose Rag
lan model with convertible collar. Slashed
pockejs and adjustable cuffs.
Rubberized Raincoat $20.74
Fine closely woven fabric in gray or
brown. Very smartly, cut garment with
set-in sleeves, convertible collar, and on
new straight lines.
"Gabardine" Raincoat $14.74
Regulation model with belted back,
fancy cuffs and pocket; high turn-over
collar. Navy, tan or black, thoroughly
Loose model with belted hack, set-in sleeves and
convertible collar. Tan, navy or bl;i. k; rubberized
poplm. light In weight and very practical and sei-
Viceable. ml rioer Rroadwar.
Of shadow lace, net, hand-em-broidered
batiste and chiffon.
Macy'a prices, 69c to $2.29
Elsmhete 7"c In jJ.fO.
Of net, satin, hand-embroidered
batiste or flower effects.
Macy's prices, 24c to 79c
El inhere V to SI. 00.
Of bengaliiie silk, with tiny pocket
at the side. Rlack or white.
Macy's price, 89c
Occupying three times its
former space, the Handker
chief Department offers the
largest and finest collection of
Handkerchiefs ever shown in
the fifty-five years of Macy
merchandising. As holiday
gifts Handkercheifs take prec
edence; they offer the happy
solution of the problem of
what to give to man, woman
or child. By buying tiiem at
Macy's you can reduce your
Xmas gift expenditures, for
Macy's prices are lower than
those elsewhere for similar
qualities. From the finest em
broidered Appenzell Handker
chief at $99.50, down to a
dainty IrMi linen Handker
chief at )9c a half-dozen
prices prevail. See this won
derful assortment and share In
Silk Mufflers for Men
and Women, 49c
Identical in quality with
those sold clsezihere
In many sizes and styles
and in all wanted colors,
in pretty holly boxes.
Imported and Domestic
Mufflers up to $9.89 each
Japanese Silk Hand
kerchiefs tor Men, 39c
From Kobi, Japan, come
tliese soft, white Silk Hand
kerchiefs. Identical with those
sold elsewhere at 5oc.
Silk Handkerchiefs, 49c
Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs
with finely embroidered ini
tials. Finer qualities, 69c and
Colored Novelty Silk
ported 24c, 49c,
98c, $1.19 &
Japan and England send
us these new and pretty
patterns in all the favored
light and dark effects.
-49c up to
The aristocrats of the
handkerchief world. Made
in the little Swiss village
which is famed for its
exquisite embroidery. Some
of these take months to
make and represent a half
year's ceaseless toil of the
most expert needlewomen.
many novelties. Box of
three 1 5c, 24c and )9c a box.
I nitials. Monograms, Crests
and Autographs - hand-embroidered
in most superior handiuork.
Our prices are the loicest in
the city for uork of this fine
quality. Place your orders
Matin Floor. 4nlr. 1
OR STREET WEAR
Macys Gloves are famous for their
fit and finish, their unvarying quality
Glirtes ttliued in hnli.1. an c if
(Fait Suede Gloves, $1.7k
detilittil qualify ehr.Jiere. fJ.D.
Selected suede of exceptionally
fine quality. Oversewn seams, ilk
embroidered ha, ks. Y'ri,t has three
buttons. Black, vdute, chanv
nactie. nn ik anrl i,mc
-Imported Doeskin Gloves,
16-BuMon Length- pair $2.44
H lute Doeskin Gloves made in
Loudon, of selected .kins. Wash
able, durable: full iiiur sewn;
baks embroidered, l.nglish cut
Natural Color DotskiW made in
Grenoble, France; same style wash
French Kid Gloves,
16-Button Glace pair $3.24
Identical qualify elsewhere, S).7
Full pique sewn Gloves of fine
quality selected French National
skins. Three rows of heavy ein-
broidery, far : i hain stitch, black
Heavy Cape Gloves, 79c
of Imported Leather
Mannish Walking Glove, In
desirable shades ol tan, English
cut thumb; one lare clasp, very
heavily stitched and of durable
Main YlfMir B'war. SBth St.
BRING 111 WE ONES 1) MACYS
Let Them See the Thousand and One
Things Santa Claus Is Preparing for Xmas
Suggestions for a Little Girl's Xmas:
How delighted any little Inss would be with one of the quaint
Toy Cottaues illustrated- in which to house herself and her Doll
family. These "rcally-truly" dwellings have latticed windows,
with dainty Swiss curtains, a swinging door and the cutest letter
box imaginable, The walls are of painted burlap and the entire
House, S ft. x .5 ft.x 5 ft. u in., may be set up In any room or folded
in very small compass. It's price- with clear title ony$14 74.
Furniture for the Play House
includes White Enameled Sets and
separate pieces of excellent style. A
4 .piece Parlor Suile is f?4.4. Din
inn tables range from " to $2.11.
Sewing tables with drop leaves, t-M7.
Dre sers. fl ' to fX.I'J. Chiffoniers,
,.v to $4.49, Brass Hcds -with
IxildlllK. W to jW.?o. Sheets, pillow
cases, counterpanes, blankets, all sit
the usual Macy . viiiks. The little
hiuh chair (Ufustrmiti) is only Wc.
Fitted Baby Baskets up to tio.49.
For the little iri who enjoys cooking
there art Imported Agate Utensils ill
blue tx pray at i up to -We.
Fitted Dressing TablttyMh
every requisite tor a dainty Doll's
Toilet, JtS.J to $t4JS.
lintrees, Cakes, Meats, Vintuts of
nil sorts -K.trnished and served in
dainty French style, 5r to 24:. Birth
day Cakes are he with candles (aj
illi'strateJ). In Sets a complete
course dinner may be had for 4-ti
Nov: the Dollies there are
thousands of them, including Dressed
Dolls in latest Parisian costumes,
Dolls of nil nations In foreign cos
tumes Including Spanish dancers.
You Will Find Just as Pleasing Suggestions
' for the Boy's Christmas When You Come
Gift Jewelry of 1 4-kt. Gold
At almost one-half regular prices
COMPREHENSIVE and trikin display of fine Jewelry
every piece I l ist, and so stamped Jewelry such as cannot
ordinarily be obtained except iti a specialty jewelry store.
The collection consists of
Brooches, Robespierre of Frill Pins,
and Coilar and Luff Pins,
In dozens of dainty designs. Some IN perfectly plain, while some
are handsomely engraved or enamelled, or mounted with stones of
fine quality, incliivlin;;
Pins at $2.97.
Bar P nt ol rn
1 op a i6
K'.l.l, Srt W til TUNY
f'ne pcarK, or I i ivcll ,1 Iffccl I,
Pins at $3.49. & t t t6M.
Collar or Cuft Pins, Si SO bar pins.
t with real Sapphires or pearl,
Dainty colors of (nsmd In striped el
frets. Pins at $3.74. Blu tktrs S7 'M.
liar Pins, Cuff Pins BarrettM ami
Brooches btnd-cngrsved, itched or
set with sapphires, ja,l or rows of
pearls, in EnglllR-RomSJI or roie gold
Pins at $444. Bitn he- t8y.
liar Pins, Brooch's and BarrettM,
all the most up-to-date designs, an, I
sel vkilli real pearl',, turquoiti nutr s,
gsrnri, topis, 5oms with biad-n
graved border and enamelled.
HERALD SQUARE ...Vt
Scotch lads and lassies, Turkish ladies.
Inili.'ins. uvnsies. Mexicans, little Swiss
maids and scores of other aliens.
Character Dolls, from 98c to
t7.24. that have the faces and forms
of real babies.
Dressed Dolls from 24c to
Undressed Dolls trom 24c to
The Dolls illustrated Include
.in alii'.ond-cvcd Jap. lf inches tall, in
kimono and obi. at (fk picturesque
but not pretty. "Sunbonnet Sue'
who is U inches tall dressed in white
Swiss with blue ribbons, patent leather
clippers and blue stockings, is a dainty
little lady, and only JJ.W.
The funnv "Campbell fid"
Doll (illustrated) --is 20 inches tall,
and has a romper suit, white sox and
brown felt shoes, lie is S4.24, but his
smaller brothers and sjsters, all with
the wide-eyed, smiling faces and un
breakable bodies, range from 98c up
to S4.24. The Uaby Doll, in the high
chair, is one of those wonderful im
ported Dolls, and is very well dressed:
at fi.24a most attractive child.
Scarahaei In Garnets
various colors and
Sapphires Oriental Baroque
iiroorhes at $1 1 24. blseuher $31 M.
Brooches, beautiful designs of BOW
. riots, horseshoes and coral cameos in
Brooches at $12.49. Mhtftttrt $24.00.
Brooches, similar to above, set
with semi-precious stones, inrludine.
garnet, amethyst, turquoise and peri
Brooches at $13.49. Blttmtm 12i.oo.
Brooches and BarrettM, set with
fine I Mental baroque pearls, cursJ and
Brooches at $14.89. Vlsevcheu $27.00.
Brooches or Pendants, various dr
. ens, liicliid'mn sunburst and how
knot, mount'd with fine coral cameos
ind Mt Kith flfll quality diamond
Main i siaSff. Hroatlwa.
T la 4Mb
R. H. Mitt Co.'e
Beware of Buying
Xmas Gifts on Credit
"Merchants who give credit arrange prices so
that the man who pays settles the axxounts of
those who do not.
"Buy the things you need and pay for them. If
you hnven't the money to pay for the things you
need, just wait until you get the money, and note
the sweet satisfaction of being bigger than temp
tation." Elbert Hubbard.
GIFTS IN FINE LEATHERS
The capitats of Europe,
America, have contributed such
specialty stores in New York
Women's Handbags, 94c te $44.50.
Carriage or envelope shar". made
of real seal leather, "pin" seal,
"Morocco," suede, real walrus, real
pigskin, alligator, seal grain, etc.
Watch Bags, $5.89 te $33.50.
For men and women. Envelope or
carriage shape, in "pin" seal, vn
chette, Morocco, pearl seal. etc.
Fitted Bafs. $9.49 to $79.50.
For men or women. Culled "Over
night Bags." Made in several
styles in real seal, real Morocco,
pearl seal, etc.
Children's Bags, 24c to $2.94.
Many different styles and sizes, in
linglish long grain, vachette. goat
Dressing Casts, $1.41 to $33.49.
For men and women. Made of
seal grain, real seal, cowhide, real
pigskin, auto leather, etc.
Umousine Cases, $4.89 to $35.24.
For men and women. Fitted und
made of goat seal, real "Morocco,"
real seal, vachette and saffian.
Jewel Bases, 49c to $49.89.
Made of "Levantine" leather, "pin"
seal, goat seal, real grain, cowhide,
real Morocco, and pigskin.
Sawing Bags, 94c to $10.89.
Many sizes and styles, some fitted,
some until lis I but with compart
ments for the usual needs. In soft,
pliable leathers. Sewing Baskets of
wicker or leather are $4.49 to $18.49.
Leather-Cased Brushes, 89c to $4.41.
For men and women. Leathers
arc vachette. Levant, pigskin, and
Folding Traveling Mirrors,
1.41 to $5.89.
Leatliers are cowhide, "Morocco,"
Scissors Sot s. $2.49 to $6.89.
In covers of saffian. Levant leather,
vachette and pigskin.
Manicure Sots, 84c to $12.89.
For men and women. Leathers are
cowhide, pigskin. "Morocco," and
"Hasty Linos," 49c to $3.89.
Covered in seal, v.uiiettr. saffian,
cross grain, "Morocco." etc.
Elgin Watches Reduced
Solid 1 4-KL Gold and 20- Year Gold
Filled Cases For Men or Boys.
Elgin Watch, ,
Maev's usual price is
Sold elsewhere for
910.00, A Alls open-face
Watch m a 90Yaar Ooid-
Allod jointed case. Fitted
witli a 7 -jewel Hum
movement I'lain poh
ishetl. For mail or Iniy.
Solid 14-Karat Gold
Macy's price uas $16.74. Sold elsewhere for $20.00.
An extremely fine-looking Watch, full size and open-face
p!. Fitted with a 7-jewel El?m movement. For men or boys.
rr. rrn tl .
ynucy s neraia square" watches cost. loo-t.w.
For men, women and children. Hunting or open-face
cases, fitted with 11-15-17-and 21-jewel movements.
Cases in solid 14-karat nold. gold-filled, sterling silver and
imported gun metal.
Macy's" La Forge & Valentine" Watches i osl$7.S9to$194.00.
ror men. women and children. Hunting or tpen-face
cases, with 11- is- 17- in- and ji -jewel movements. Also
in ls-karat as wdl as H-kacit gold.
Identical quality sold elsewhere for 1 . more.
Slain M.. B'aaj.
DECORATIVE LINENS - REDUCED
The more elaborate pieces i ire trimmed with genuine hand-made
laces and are iniixirteil from France and Italy. Someof the pieces
art effect i ely embroidered, and would makem st acceptable gifts.
From Ireland Hand-embroidered and ha ml -sc. .Hoped. .V4 inch
Macy's frtces nere $1 74 and $1 If
Elaborately trimmed with linen
Pound or square.
30X30 inches. KUuv's
.lf.x.V. inches. Milty'i
LIM-'N CLM'I KI'IH I S Three ruvs of fancy Stitching .iruundtlw
entire cloth, ire 23X23 inches,
Macy's price tj lit each. Special 15c
LIN FN CENTERPIECES, with scalloped edge. Mtractivel) en
broidered in eyelet design. Swe 2'A) inches,
May's prue uas 98c each. Special C9c
LINFN SCARF'S to match above citrine,ss Sie 1H.S.S4 ii,, ,
Macy's price vcas 89c each.
i Main Kluor.
Attraetlene Are. Their Low Pi
SkW B. aasSi.ej. S4ti lalMhgt.
as well as the best makers in
novelties and specialties as few
can approach in number and
Flasks, 69e to $7.34
With cup top and bottom. Leathers
Nickel and silver
Medicine Casta, 49c to $11.49.
For men or svomen. Leathers are
real gram. "Morocco." cowhide.
Calendars, $1.49 to $8.49.
Of colored long grain saffian, with
or witnout clocks.
Coat Hangers, 19c to $4 JO.
In leather cases of real seal, sole
leathers, pigskin, alligator, buffed
allig.itor. IM grain, etc.
Jewel Pockets, 24c to $2.97.
For wat or neck, in gray or tan
Pillows, $1.91 to $1149.
In colors and filled with air.
end covered In "Morocco."
Writing Tables, $1.74 to $19.89.
Leathers of real seal, saffian. Moroc
co, and seal grain.
latter Boies. S9.89 te 110.49
Of wicker and colored bnghsh long
Bottle Cases, $4.49 to $12.4.
I'igskin. cownicr. and long grain
iratners. i niecj witn notties.
s, 49c to $1.74.
Traveling Clocks, 8fc to $19.49.
Including many folding styles
colored long grain saffian, seal, and
Woman's Ceceienatser, Pocketbooks,
49c to SS.Z4.
In seal, walrus, alligator, and lizard
Music Casta or Rolls, 49c to $1.74.
Of cowhide, real seal, walrus and
seal grain leathers.
Collar Boxes or Ponchos. 49c to $2.94.
In goat, saffian, seal, suede and
Tie Racks, 49c to $1.94.
In many styles, partly leather.
Mala rtor. M'var. Beta Ok
Macy's usual price is
Sold elsewhere for
Si j so A very handsome
i.pen-face Watch in a 20
Year Oold-lilledcase. The
back of the case screws on.
I'lain finish and 15-jewel
I'.lgut movement. For man
Elgin Watch for $14.49
All-linen Kound Centerpieces 1
Special $1.29 and
lace and embroidered in eyelet design.
price uas $1.19 each. Special 98:
pria teas $1.49 each. Special 98c