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THE EVENING WORLD THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1918.
WILL URGE HOUSE
10 REPEAL CANAL
Adamson Expects Favorable
Action Upon Bill of Rep
writer's crump of the hnnkVeeesera. While
the medlral rwofesarlnn has lone had a
kr.owlwlira Of fieee art'l lias
twen Intrreetel in their trretrnent. th-rn
apiteare to hnve been a lank of ayalr
matle lnTriiattofi of tlie rordltlom
Khlrh cause the illsrasea. ulth a view
tn mortlflratlon and prevention.
In Jlllnola the Ies-lslatiire mnn time
eno aiilhorlfad tfie appointment of
commission which liaa been making an
exhattallvc etmly of the an-rall'd occu
pational iliseasca nni of tha condition
under which they occur, but tha cnminla
aton baa t in 1 tha sublect ao raat that
It baa aake.t tha rrreeenl Legislature for
two years mora In w1il"h to complete lis
Inveatleatlone and prepare Ha report.
WASHINOTON. Jan. 1 A raopantnf
at tha Panama CatiaJ toll" qiiaatlon la
promised In tha House of Hopraaanta
tlrea. aa wall a In tha Senate. Chair
man Adameon of tha Committee on In
terstate and Kxrisrn Commerce, naa an
Baron ced that It la hla lntantlon to call a
Bneetlnr of hla rommittaa within a faw
da to conal.ler tha bill Introduced by
RejBreeentatlve Slmma of Tenmaaee, for
the repesU of that section of tha Panama
Canal act providing for fraa tolla for
coastwise vaaaala of tha Unttad States
paaelnf Ihrouajh tho canal.
"I would hava brought tbta matter to
tha attention of tha conumttea long
ago." amid Judge Adamaoo to-day, "but
for the raaaon that I hava baan detained
t my horn a In Oaorgla through tha III
naat and death of my wlfa. When tha
Panama Canal btil waa before our com
nilttee. prior to lla preaantatlon la Ilia
lieuar, I mada a strong1 ftght agalnat al
lowing American cuaatwlse vaaaala fraa
uae of tha oanal. I believed than, aa I
balleve now, that aurh dlenrlmlnatton In
favor of our coaatwlee vaaaala la only
adding to tha advantage which tha Shlp
plng True! now Jiolde In our ooasrtwlee
Since (ha Introduction of fhe Hmmi
bill tn tha Houaa Senator Root of Now
York baa atarted the fight on tha Sen
ate aide of tha Capitol for tha ropeaJ
of tlia tolla section of tho Canal act
Paajilte rha fact thai there a sear is to
hs a slron aentlment In hotl. Benate
nd Ifouaa In favor of fraa tolla for
Arr-ilcan coaatwlaa vaaaala, Chairman
Adania in eatd ha ballavad tha mambara
wara becomlna oonrlncad that tha Canal
act In t Ma raapect ehould ba changed.
"I believe a majority of tha mrmhara,"
ha aald, "are being alucated to tha fact
that fraa tolla for American vraeele 1a
not Juet to other natlona who win uae
tkla waterway aahan U la completed."
ifmm the QMalga Nee. )
"la It trua that you farmera are hos
tlle to balloonlata?" ventured tha young
aeronaut who had desrended In tho
"Why, n", atramrer," laughed tha old
farmer, aa he came forward with a
pitchfork. "We ara alwava glad to hava
a balloon land on our plana,"
"I'm certainly glad to hear It"
"Tree, the last one that landed here
enme In bandy, I uaad the ropaa to tie
the eteera, packed oorn In the baakrt
and rut the gaa bag up and made over
all fur all the farm hands. Welcome,
BKtlTK OK A POMtCAT.
(reran the Atoll loatnal.)
Aug net us Thomaa. tha playwright,
trod tn a recent apeacti of a hunting
trip ha had taken in tha South. They
war after ooona and 'poeeutna, but the
only trail Mia doga atruck waa one
which made them put their tails be
tween their leu and turn for homo.
"Just what doea a polecat look Ilka?"
Mr Thomaa asked ona of Bit negro
"A polecat, boat? Why, a poteoM'a
aoahefln' Ilk a klttan. only prattler.
Tea, a polecat's a heap pretHer'n a
kitten, ain't It Hum" ha amid, turning
to another negro for corroboration.
ara did not acem an sura. Ha boat,
tetad a momen
"Well," ha said, scratching hla wool,
"It's always bean rnah oontenblon dat
toaadaom la as handsome doea."
ifroai (ks aUachsetar IN. U.) Vaiaa.)
Aa Is well known, nearly every trade
or occupation has Its own peculiar affec
tion or dlaeaae. from which those whe
follow that occupation are likely to Buf
fer. Kamlllar examples are those of the
glaawblowera. the palntera. the print
In tbe daye of band composition aad tha pound
He li Dr. Burkhart, and Million of
People Recognize Him at tho Man
Who Brouf ht Them Bar! lo
Health, for Only 25 Cent .
Or, w. a. Bejrkhart As lie la l.tdas.
Owee Hie Nssbael Health aad (tale of IM
rouada la Taking Ilia Owa Medicine Aa
Needed, far the I'asl an Years.
Ever a druggist hereabouts knows Dr. W.
st. Burkhart and hla famnue Vegetable
rompnund. for he Is truly a friend of the
people. 'Par only 35 reats ynu ran get a
10-day treatment for that eeur, ska
st nmsc h. alrk Itvar, elck kldneye. eonettpa
tlon, headache and bloated feeling. And If
you are net oared or thoroughly estlsfleu
the drugglet returna your ft eeats. Don't
wait another day, don't keep aa suffering
when far aaly 3B cents you gat a guaran
teed cure, tails la not an experiment, as
Dr. Iliirkbarl baa been putting out his
great Vegetable Compound for 2s years,
aad eery druggist In this country aad
Europe haa learned that Dr. Murkhart's
word Is good and your druggist will back
him up. (let this 10-day treatment to-day
for only 211 earns on the doctor's positive
suarantes. Be eure to aak for and aee tbst
you gst Dr. uuransrl s a. egetaoie ,;oin
H. Macy ex Co.'alAttrart ions Aro Their Low Prices
mm aa mm iiar.M s-,
14th to. 15th St
Crowded Out of this Advertisement
Sale of Boys' Hah. Boys' Furnishings Reduced.
I-vr. isen and Accessories. Men's Fur Motor Oats.
Fine Manila Cigars Reduced.
Boys' Winter Overcoats Reduced. C treat Sale of Drugs, Etc.
R.H. Macy & Co.'a Attractions Are Their Lew Prices
Broadway ,34th to 35th St
Everything for Cold Weather Wear and Out-Door Sports
WOMEN'S LONDON MADE TOPCOATS
Smart and distinctive garments fraiTi
"Burberry," 17 to 29 Golden Square, Lon
don, are shown in the Macy (-.oat assort
ment at $39.75. Bearing ihe famous label
of "Hurherry," the premier maker of outer
garments the world over, those dashing
Topcoatb are obtainable at Macy's alone
among New York department stores.
Smart New Topcoats. $22.74
A sturdy, practical Overcoat of soft
warmth-without-weight "fleece-doth" in
gray, green and brown. Full length,
double-breasted model, slightly fitted back,
convertible collar, large pockets. Made in
London of superior English wool fabric
these coats are remarkable for their fine
tailoring and excellent style.
aecoad Hae. IV,..
FASCINATING FASHIONS IN FROCKS
. In New Weaves of Silk and Crepe de Chine
Notable amone the Afternoon Dresses just arrived, now dis
played in the Gown Salon, Second Floor, is a gown of the new
"Radium silk," patterned with a floral design in soft Japanese
colorings on a midnight-blue ground. Creamy batiste and lace
are combined in the vest, collar and cuffs, and rose hued velvet
ribbon is employed for the flat collar, and also adds a touch of
color to the vest. The skirt, its overhanging draperies swathed
about the figure in approved style, has a pleated underlay of
chiffon. The entire Gown is made over white silk and is priced
at $48.75. Second xlaor, Broadway.
" Russian " Coat Dresses
of Satin Channelise, $26.75
Modelled on the smart new Jines, this charming frock has
many distinctive features. A superior quality of satin charmeuse
is employed for these Gowns, which are tn taupe, silver grav
and navy blue. The long "Russian" blouse is belted at the waist
line ana trimmed with double rows of satin-covered buttons.
Collar and cuffs are of cream batiste and lace. Graceful new skirt
Crepe Meteor Dresses Copy
of a "DrecoH" Model, $34.75
Very striking in style are these Afternoon Gowns of soft
crepe meteor, which, in rich shades of Indian red midnight blue.
Burgundy, wistaria and in black, have contrasting trimmings of
heavy Ottoman silk. Batiste collar and cuffs add to its effective
modishness and the new draped skirt gives the "bow-like" effect
now so fashionable.
Crepe de Chine Dresses at $34.75
Have a 'quaint flowered girdle and buttons, also covered
in flowered silk? This Gown on a China silk foundation
is in soft French gray or new brown shades.
The Doctor's Answers On
Health and Beauty Questions
By leH. I.RWIM B Ml KM.
Tbr questions auswrrrd below are general
in character; the symptom or diseases are
given and the answers will apply to any esse
vt similar nature.
Those wiahing further advice, free, may
address Dr. Lewis Baker, College Building,
'ollrsje-Kllwood St., Dayton, Ohio, inclosing
self-addressed, stamped envelope for reply.
Full name and address roust be given, out
only initials or fictitious name will be used
in my answers. The prescriptions can be
tilled at any Vrll.storkesJ drug store. Any
druggist can order of wholesaler.
i"ccijt--"-'- vrri'rr,'rvwv.w wiiwmh
'Kara wrttas: "Kur eass 1 hies hsao
Ufcau madcitis lo .ie tnastfiatfioe,, 1 ,.r
teiastls aad lha usual cUecxaai that lus
Ironi u jt source. Haadecuaa, - .x:io eun
st ' it i ; i -ut.le. dark .mts leasee ass a.tes.
diss siwHs snl latiaiiM .rf rnsuusuusit
re set nig snaps."
Answer. TaSe 'Jgar gi.lii njliAeeb let.
luut auliaiiul. ns ar. uacseil is'
eeJeaL eft win. and lughl; euralisa fur
aaab SJBBJBSI a. anas frou igaoaie eusauJ
S8S. IrtosigttoT 4"Pa' 3,
-ami. A D " laaniUaaBas ox nrtae
fja he ciiesd I r uaiDg u,a fnllsslsg
Jawtues oubeUl djssa Uaetiaa rbjm
wart 1 oa. Owe rem 10
This ua. u
oauars at aw besd far assai raass.
as barf that It sf
html .U. m . - l .
eaasla to a ear gnat sgtaot. 1 shall
appn. ata aa lasBaliat. aasaar ss 1 su
Answer: I would sdrtse ou to cur
eaaaa a I or packags of Vtlaas luwdar:
takj, ow-bslf taaapuuuful of U,. powder
aad add to this . pint of wann water,
snuff W .ir Isa th. pain of the
band Uu-oaaa tha aoetrUs aeeenU tanas
a ils Uaaa a aatarm uaia h mlxiug
on. l.sanoonful of uosdrr with on. ounea
of or lard will do, sod slkmi ss
far up tha nostrils ss leasable, for ths
stoaiscu. bow .is sad t.Lood I would ess
enoi.,nrf ths following tonic Ht-..
aasssrarUla coaxu.. 4 uas., coast) Efl
fceiMwortJ . sad 1 as. af Osaa ast
"a .Mix by aha sing awB U s uottls
aad tabs pas ssaaunosraj after aaok ssaal
aad st bad time.
" wHf' 1 "a you to
' a good sir sad scalp tfeatssaajt
: scalp an i tan
I sir ooUaiat with H tnx
on, If ',! , hall s fs ud sad fslHt
svwis of ths raaasdlaa I hart tried hi,,
dona sqa- jwrwjanent aood "
Ansawr: Ua to roar dcvulat and ohtain
S 4 ox. jar f pish, Mdss SSasaS, Auplj
SI per. dlrertloa. this treatment .Offers
rem all and I hsra actutxlr sawa t: .,
lonlahlng traasforassUoas stutoh result
frasi Its ass. The daadruff snd Itching
are cu-wd srlth two or three applies Hon..
wlille It mesas th. lialr gl.,Mr am and
rail of lnteeaa esiursl cilor
"Mn'ls" writes: "Owing to my sg
trenu thlanssa I eaa frequsntlr emhsr.
rasssd hr slighting rsnisrka of enung pee.
plf. Can ou urea-rllw s sale remeit tn
Increaaa ssr wslghtf"
ana war I bass ao asaar gratlMng
eetawta fensn the users of three grain
Brpo-S'tr lsne tshteta that I hse .-onut
to ragarl these asliiah.s little tahlsts ss
a s:Meifl" snd neas.:nt eh ess hi sll whe
Sr. s.-astnlt, tuts . esntlhg. n.r. . .. .u.
UltaUHl I eussiiie.irilist rou
uas ai awe.
ii srasnisedJlliat you ut,,
se. aad camUaua igulai
'ant n Mm, srslata Is siils Ui assimilate ths
fstrj' tlenisnts of your fiK.1. than Jim aill
grew i lump ami hsir plenty of sad hload.
nhii ,,-lKr In yoiu- ,i,uilrxl.ui aiid lingo:
:wrkllng sea of healUi. I
"M.s M li " writ.- "I'baie haen
affeiMat lur aosne muntha n.th rheuuia
Usm ami Ian taaau tunoli medllna tn
tain. CI. sea gits pretcrtitlon that wul
Aeewts: The saost sfftoissrt prsacrip
Hon 1 Itsts sear glaen for it rsmallwn
la ..Uds nt lotaaaum 8 drama, sodauia
aslh-ylsts 4 drsms, wins of c.h-ha -uui ona
half minor, comn. sssatios vtrdlol 1 us.,
'nip fluid lalnwort 1 ot ajal eanao
aaasausrllls nsup. (I oas. ifia and taks
tseaiajoxutut at ssealHaM aurf at UoMtga.
"rsjsawtfs" writes: "Toe aaos ratsagx
BswBj s hswi all oough syrup 1
triad It and found It tha heat Meal aad
onld srnip that I ewer heard of. It wee
so nrooma; In rrneelng tha aatenat coaighs
and rolda snd a ulat Dottle ma. I. st hosas
lasted so long tfatt 1 hare f.wgini'y the
Ingredlsnts. Kindly puhllaii sg.ln.
Aa.wer Th. splstirfld lxxaUre. hncaa
avade cough eyrup Is msde by nxlxiug a
Its uottls of coucantrstad easrnra
nentho-lsxsue wilh s hoaie-aisds sugsr
srruii. IHasotiana uo the buttle tall how
to uses and uas It la a fine, cheap
e e .
".I- ' m" wmtfa - "I am twilttrr1
frtwUr wiUi IrMUaMtUm nani I l -r to
mi ncftrH ax.waM qim a htar; i.i
.asr in mi ati-i.ta 'i B(. uit t r..lfc
ta la.' white 1 am DriU, iiTtU.ils
It.i rannot alf-v
Airiwef A ftr - 1 Ja-mi t trmmf
uttilth tt wlrtflj prtartalH'l f Ita a 1 i-l
niratlr u . aa veil tbv litataUit
irlWf It ffnnU, U Ut'Vaia trkjptitia
, ... i.r-1 In rartMsft. Tak pink
(atilM ftr tarvakrut, white ."
dlniMrT iim) Mim UMsH u".r aiiytjM.
untinnf afxl tti etirativ itftti lrt v til
iii nia'ora ualiiTa itu'ett) i
"MM, M. 0." wrlt: "1 am rt-j
r.ni frtm. a Un( lihitaw, f i am ar?
nriu. ri.wr cwjw seud have htU
plittita 'an gtv m a good trtolr
Antwrr )law rha foUneTsU; iirrrtT
U n f ; 1 aotj I M a tr-B ---'! fi.l Wfoira
mala: Cvmp of iiypn'JKii'tiltn com;., ft
oat ilrt-tura ralim"- rutnt. 1 oa. tnmt
caMft.nri)i MU ' s.iaka wavil ?' r
uajru. Th tt a Rfl uvnv wsM ant
"'.in timir (t i14 a:t! Dtg
"JM B M " vlr "QMlN you
tViok It la taa to taka mMii Urn to r
&ic mr MMlf I wlifii a.ut H
.-I. tvfs mui'b."
Amvar 1 do thick and a van
Mliaaj.Mt aVn"! affa'-ttva n.i MdWMt l
aeM In -r i ' t 1 - wICi f.tll dWotkina
f r tuamt tiat. H ia ' ft ta n aivi
n taMrta. ami any w II tr-knl vttar
nanr ew unU tban. I aj g fa
MISSES' EVENING GOWNS & WRAPS
At Important Price-Reductions
and floor ,
A Clearance of Evening Gowns concerns
nearly a hundred of the present season's
most pleasing models in
Chiffon Crepe Meteor Charmeuse
Crepe de Chine
in white, pale pink, sky blue, maize, apple
green, lavender and "Nellrose."
Accordion pleated and draped Dresses
trimmed with pearl crystal or tinted bead
embroidery, with illuminated chiffon, with
fine meshed shadow laces with the new cor
sage flowers and garnitures of chiffon rose
buds. Sizes 14, 16 and 18 years.
The Datuint Dres tllmtralt-d it oj white
Chijjon with Cascade" ruffles and draped
surplice drapery ed(rd with fine I'alenttennes
lace. Hne,ht gqrlands of French roses trim the
rmfftti ot the pannier skirt and outline the side
of the soil rihted silk vest. 'J his daintv o;cn
' is ti.75.
Dresses that were $24.74 to $)2.7', turn $19.74
Dresses that were $29.75 to $34.75, now $24.74
Dresses that were $36.7 " to $44.75, now $29.75
Cnni Include garments of broadcloth, velour
evening owuis, delaine, andcharmeuse, in straight, loose
models or draDed effects, trimmed with fur, plush, velvet and braids.
black, rose, light otue, wntie, lan, cnampagne ana "Penrose."
.bUY 14 ana w years.
Coats that were $28.75 to $34.75-iow $19.74
Coats that were $33.74 to $38.74-ow $24.74
Missei' "Between-Season" Suits, $23.74
Sold Elsewhere for $30.00
Pine tiavv and black serges Hair line striped serges
Fancy gray and tan mixtures
In braid bound cutaway and severely plain cutaway coat
effects, with collars of braid or velvet. Skirts on new slim
straight lines. The coats of these suits are flannel interlined
and peau de cygne lined. Sift's 14 and M years.
NEWEST SPRING DRESS FABRICS
Novelty waavw stroiiiiiv featurad iii the new French cotton fabrici for
iiniMieu t.oiroii rt.itiiie
Soring and Summer Dresses, displayed n the Main floor, .smIi Street sale.
r- T-,, a ,e 1 .1 . n I ..... ,:l..l a r, .(
f.mrrmaerea i one urotnr wnn
raised ligures in white on tinted voile
flrotinds, $1.19 and tl.79
Embroidered VoUt with bordered
efftvts In Tenerilfe wheel and V'atuh ke
front etftvfs. A'Vi to f1.v a yard.
blench Bordered IfoUet with nay
Oriental borders. $1.49 a yard, and
with ratine stri(Hl borders at Jt. n,
Printed and Striped Voxlts trom
l-'rench lixuns, $1.49 g vard.
7 A New C.rtpe Cotton habrics
ire iiitfl) in favor, and with rlaborata
Moorish enibroultred bordtYSi in tan
or white, are $i.9e a yard.
.Mare. Haltnts, in alt new colorings.
Wool Pfbrjci oj New Went in
elude lledford (xirds ol wtxil and art i
ticial silks, brilliant in luster, at v.'..";
a yard. Silk striped PoCHlnj at $1.29
N ooi t.;.. ii ill .mil llor.il or
lace bonwrad datigni, "He a yard.
.Imoiig tut a, ".( .S(,i tnere arc
Rrnche I'.itieta i 'iMineieon at t'.-'v
a vard. Uncut silk in Oriental pat
terns and COlorilWi interwoven and
metallic threaca. at $7.f) a yard.
Bultanan Silk Voile in brilliant pat
lerns and vivid combination, of color
at $4J9 a yard.
JAUNTY MODES IN GIRLS' APPAREL
I land-made Lingerie Dresses are featured In fhe Macv assort
ment and arc of exquisitely daintv styles. A dress at $19.74 is
Of fine batiste, with elaborate yoke i f I rah crochet, and is trimmed
on sleeves and skirt with tha same affective heavy lace. Tiny
hand-run tucks and hand-embroidery add to its charming style.
Hand-made "Italian" filet lace forms the yoke of another
dress at $16.74, and a girdle and corsage rose of satin ribbon
finish the panel front at the waist line. aeroed new. aatn m.
White Lingerie Dresses
$9.74, $10.74 and $14.74
Appropriate for Graduation Dresses, are
the new models in fine sheer batiste and
Swiss muslins. The smart "little overdress"
effects, the new lona waisted and panel
front styles now in vogue are included in J
the assortment. Mne Valenciennes, irisli
crochet and Venise laces, heavy embroideries
and satin ribbon rosettes trim thesepretty
Frocks which are in sizes from s to 14 years.
is $1) 74.
tO to 14
Wash Dresses in New Styles
$2.96, $3.49r $3.96 and $4.24
White, pink, sky and cadet blue.
Smart and practical frocks for school wear
made of repp, pique and linen. Norfolk.
Russian or "waist-line" models many hand
embroidered. Beks of patent leather or
material. Straight or pleated skirts. SfiS
4 to 14 years.
Girls' Winter Coats Reduced
A clearance of this season's best models, plain belted or
Norfolk effects in heavy cheviots, mixtures, chinchillas and
corduroys. A broken range of sizes but some styles in every '
size from 4 to 14 years.
Coats that were up to $7.94 now $3.6
Coals that uere up to $l!.74 now feS.94
Hlue is Ihe predominating color, but (here are
also Coats in shades of grav and frown.
RELIABLE CAMERAS & ACCESSORIES
The Macy Camera Department on the Fifth Floor, 34th St. Side,
is equipped to supply allyour Photographic needs.
I he Camera with tlie Dottier
left out" is illustrated on the
left. It is named "The Univer
sal Focus" and it comes in two
sizes, No. 1A and No. 3,
These Cameras are so compact
that tVhen folded they can be
carried in the pocket o; your
overcoat. All you haw to do
when you want to take a pic
ture is to sight vour object and
snap. No tocus-adjusting, so annoying to tne amateur, you
are sure of a perfect picture so long as the object can be clearly
ies, anu .no. in
discerned. No. 3 takes a picture 3'i X i
a picture 21 i x Mi inches. Here are the pi'
No. 1 A Universal Focus Cameras, tn2MxAi $13.50
No. 3 Universal Focus Camera, size 51 , 4 1 , 14 .50
Other Cameras at Special Prices
No. 3 A Double Lens Cameras, size SkfrSM -'. m
No. 2 Boa, Universal Focus Cameras, size 3 2x.V 2 85 .00
No. 4 Box, Universal Focus Cameras, size 4 XS SK.OO
No. 5 Box, Universal Focus Cameras, .size .Vi1, 87.50
No. 7 Boa, Universal Focus Cameras. size345K 8H 0i
Expo Watch Cameras, f it vest pocket, take 25 pictures 52.50
1 a sic 1 it 11 ii itii.iiiir. inane
rxiiressly for It. II. Ma.'y Co. An
Mi'hrolitatlr lens inountr.1 In hrasa
in HSiln ltne4 DOS) elsewhere 18.001
I'KlVriNt; Fit l KM i prufssslonal site.
rtxM. r, , , tin. :i 'salt's, ana .ittxs
lseMrh.Ta fiOt'l snei-tal
PHINTINO IKltll Willi (less.
axa; alsewlinre ai.c; sp..'iai . . . .
lUM'IM' l'Rilf, with slass
n'vxll: slsawhers 25n: apeolal . .
KIV'IIM. KKVMI.S. srltli Klaas
ll'.xl'a. ,'laswnprn IDS BpsaiSa.
A I. lit MS Pnr Kmlal anuiishts; In
rlenl. ru.iti-. walrus, ituriap anu
Hiei.-lsi nt Jllr (sleewhsr ."ic ) up
to HO lelsutahtre .OIII
. . . . lite
1 1 eat for
HYPO vr.K CRVSTAI.ai best
A lbs.: reajtilsr lUe: eperiui. .
HYlmo ItnVKI.OI'HK ' Ma I I
platae ana films: special 1
HAKIaFX HH 1. llll III ll iKim:
ns. bottle: apaclal Ia
INUKVTO Ill.ll l lll'IVi: I'tlW 111,11 : n
In box. elsewri.".. .n'. siie.-la1 . . . .!!
INOaWTO irKYKI.OPIMi itstl l His. ,.,
fit ix tr.v raciiitatlna tas oavaHss.
Ins: o film.: aperlal 4lte
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niters Too; mi- li.l ntre i cls: elsewhere BS.OO: apeolaJ . . Ss.Nli
limit TItKI in roiorsi I lM.KNTII MtHQvaSION VlllNrl7n
"KMI MTAH" ORTHOfllKtlM TH'
I'l.ATFtl liave spasd, latitude and
beautiful solaf value. We sell thass
nlatea at prices others i-harse for
Inferior plntes. Kporlsl lii:roduo
4 SI . 1 1 eat price ".'.: spsrlal. ille
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naat box: elaewhere 2no: epoial
THA Ya ; ...r. eleln lineal, else SsT. our
regulsr l.rlca 3tc; for this salo . . .17c
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for this sale iSlle
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TKVTMi rvabherold; nin: elsewhere Snc;
for this aala Kit,'
else 6s8: re(. prloe lflc: this aaJa. .lOti
else txfl; resulsr prlc. 10oi (or this
els. SHxtW, our rap. prlc. Vol this
al. . 4c
Til KR-MtX-M FT Ultra i for tray daveloplna:
our repuliir nrli-s Jflc; spsciHl . . , . Ulr
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VVAall llOXr.M AMI ISRYINO HACKNi
In one, for 5x7 una txfi plstss; best j
quality: elaewhere 7fto; epscial. . , . Illh' :
ArRONel for uae In dark room. El.e I
where 7Bc; sprilsl Mi.
ura; I 1 M.r.NTO
1.4 MP. Iluby Candle, large rlass;
wtisre JSC epecisi
M. Q. TI'BEN f Macy i ; mskes fl
solution: elsewhere 5c; spscial...
K.UATI VK AUtl Wei or arssn art cloth,
to file films In; rsa. 50c; special . .it!,
P A HSK-PA KTOI T rRAMESi postal Sard
size; ssvoh 5e
TaUPODSl Japanned metsl.
Seven M IS.0U (ILHII
rive fold IS.Ot) 011.24
ru a fold la., mi ii.tiN
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n. iron hi I'PiiitriNii si.tts; . :
u hi-re 1 1.11,1; epeulal Kile
Till I'OII 4 AHKH lUli MRTAI. Tlll-
101XH; our regular pries, fl.All;
spri lul ... at O etc
"Vel-Cyo" Developer is a Macv product for the developing of Ka;.linlit
pnpers, ji'id there is nothing quite so good on the market, no matter what
the price, uy tne use ot vel-Lyo, pnntsover-tposet.lwill not DO DHirrea,
rints under-exposed may be left in the solution until all the details
ear. This means fully as much to the professional as to the amateur.
The Macy Chemicals are prepared in our own
Laboratory. They are the best obtainable.
The Macy F.nlareemenU are real
works of art. The Royal de Luxe."
a sepia enlargement, is mounted on a
two-tone specially designed mount
with a delicate engraved border.
This enlargement cannot be dupli
cate. I out side of Macy's. It is our
special design. We introduced it
three y.- us ago, mnl it has proven a
signal success. The print is not only
artistic but permanent. Enlarges
ments of equal effect cost In
ga'leries, 13.00, Tk Macv
The "lie I Ki"enlargeinent is a
black-and-white on chloride pjier,
mounted on a two-tone mount, and
the cost Is 49c.
If you have a very good photo
graph which ou desire to hava en
laraed, bring ll to .Macy's and we will
make an enlargement for jr,
Macy 9 Special H m. x 10 jn. t:niar(remint
I., n hire costs foe to 60c ' work and t n keep the laboratory busy
MaJe from vour own negative
Iv the enlargement:, are the equal Y
the hiahet priced work elsewhere.
and mounted on a card measuring 11
in. xl4 in. We tio iliU introduce our
MEN'S SILK-LINED OVERCOATS
Reduced to $27.50
prices uere $32.50,
$38.50 and $47.50.
this special offering is representative of
the best Overcoats carried in our regular
stock. Many of them have been made up
here of woolens from abroad, our own im
portation. Among these are vicunas and
blanket cloths from England md Saxony
and fleeces from Scotland.
Models are Chesterfields (as illustrated).
Ulsters, Ulsterettes, ''Travel" and "Guards,"
and the colorings are in Oxford gray, Cam
bridge gray, black, gray and brown mixtures,
and heather green and browns.
.- generuus assortment of models and color
ings at each price, though In a few patterns
the size-range is incomplete.
Sizes are M to 46, and there is every
length from "knee" to "ankle."
FUSti lltanr, Itruailstar.
M 17: C 'a- .a 0 I J ra a
f ivicn a i uir ouus ai rveaucea rrices
English, Semi-English and American models, made in
America of imported woolens. A very wide range m color
ings. Good (Imosiitg at every price in colorings and patterns,
in sixes M to 4(i for there are over a thousand suits
At $14.75 At $19.75 At $24.75
Macy's prices were Macv's prices were Macv's prices were
$l9.7t and $22.0 $24.75 and $27.50 $2975 and $12.W
A SALE OF SILK UMBRELLAS
For Men and W men
Made to Our Special Order
HESE Umbrellas are closerola
ing. well-made, and of high-grade
materials from handle to ferrule.
The details of finish and trim
ming snow tne Dest worKmansmp. anu
easilv distinguish the Umbrellas from the
job lots" that find a place in so many
stores about this time of year.
Silk Umbrellas at $1.49-
Sold elsewhere for $2.00.
Made of taffeta silk on H-ribbed ''Paragon" frames and
with cases. The handles are 111 various styles of natural wood
and "Mission" wood. Among the women's stvles are about
100 Umbrellas with carved animal heads.
Silk Umbrellas at $1.89
Sold elsewhere for $1.00
Made of twilled silk, with the desirable "tape" edfee.
Eight-ribbed "Paragon" frames and cases, handles of natural
woods and woods in "Mission" finish in straight, crook, and
right-angle models, gracefully shaped and cut to fit the hand.
Silk Umbrellas at $2.97
Sold elsewhere for $4.50
Made ot taffeta silk, with the desirable "tape" edge.
Very close rolling and neat in appearance, and with com
fortable and handsome handles. f sthg-horn. gun-metal, "Cape"
horn and most of the popular woods. Trimmings are of Ster
ling silver In Various styles -in some cases heavily inlaid.
Umbrellas by Martin Co., ot London, England, cost trom
$9.89 (elsewhere Sl-'.OO) to $2?.S9 (elsewhere $.W.00). These
are Umbrellas de luxe. Mam rw. urot.,.
NOTABLE SALE OF WALKING CANES
A Special Purchase at Very Special Prices
ai.x, iat.M taseiws .tail i uriu.t lit irirn-
1 A I nungs of sterling silver, in novel
XTa. effects. They are made with a
3ll care and attention to detail that
Will appeal to the man particular about
his walking stick.
Walking Canes at 89c
Similar Canes elsewhere for $1.
Made of Bamboo, Penang, Whangee,
Acacia Wood and Partridge, in a wide
variety of crook, straight and right
angle handles trimmed with bands and
caps of sterling silver.
Walking Canes, $1.49 and $1.98
Similar Canes elsewhere for $2.00 and $2.50.
Made of Lacewood, Partridge, Pimento, and Ash, in all the
popular crook and angle shapes, and trimmed with substantial
bands and caps of sterling silver.
Walking Canes at $2.97
Similar (lanes sold elsewhere for $4.00
Made of Ebony. Malacca. Partridge, Green Ebony, and a
wide variety of choice imported woods, in all the popular
shapes. All trimmed with heavy sterling silver bands and
caps and many silvereinlaid.
WEtK-END CANDY SPECIALS
Made in the Macs' candy kitchen at 517-S27 West 30th
Stret, and ot materials that are unsurpassed for purity. Fresh
Jordan Almonds (IIO, 34c
Stmtlar quality elsewhere at 60c
btifj; r-cnatetl, in a variety of ex-
quiiita rtavorlnaa, over almonds of
the bpsr qualitv.
'Id alThocolates I Macy I lb. . 19c (
Equal quality elsewhere 40c u
DeiicioiltCreama, Caramels, chips,
lelllei and "plantations," covered
vitih our famoui ideal Chocolate.
"Red W Specials (lb.
Simitar quality elsewhere
An assortment of the most toothsome ChOCOlatM and Bon-bons.