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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY,
TWO DROMIOS ABROAD
FOOLED THE WAITERS
AND FOLK ON LINER
BOOTBLACK OFFERS TO
PUT OP STANDARD OIL
STOCK FOR COURT BOND.
Justice Howell and
WTavish. Both ().
Proved They're Cut-L'ps.
Two arrival en the N.jrlh H IT mag
UgjrS tcamiT Merlin. In t.,lay ffwSI
MHtrTnn lairta. srgrg 'hlr .1 na
tion liaitor M. II,, will ami Archibald
Ma-I'm lah. iirealtlent of an iMgHMlOg
ininany at Wtagjggg, KtMltOM, Kach
l araly-als aBr oM. tint yfiira niMrSt
no mlla-atona-. In their llvtaa Prime of
life! They haven't left tlia youthful
Forty years hkii the tan went rom
mtlarWl to th" nrthwrt ami areiv up
It h the country Thev were -riuina and
their friendship never haa liaetl llmmed
thrnugri life. They knen' everybody on
Ine ahlp, from tin captain to the nrk.
nnd the ;,.,.. , a were all their frb mln.
Tney look alike, aCl alike and laid alike.
They dre alike and wear 'heir V lilak
ra alike ' I.'- ali-ipe,
Po K. Mat la rewetn'danre that e:n-
Sari .taalna; Hltoaiiona iontlnua1ly Hr.iae
;uuri. to the anJoytnarM el both. Heat e
ial did thy tnjo) the Joke In the Kti- i
iein.ni hotelf. when they srera lselgg
a hit.l and avi rj hand mi out for a I
tip tht) wen' aeparate.ly. One piiaaril
dovrn ih" Una, paid the tips and mm
bla getaway. When tha. utlivr eariie
alum; i be lackeya never p it out hand.
On Ilia ahlp the I'hlef Jutb?e and
rile 'bun kept tiling. Kolug iill lha
time an l 'bete never Wag any lnek of
eateiminnie.it Winn any one waa
aSSgal lu al:. tuey were t iere. Th
ltd tlie dfencing and kept the merry
Upt lillnr Th' bd If Rood
Itodh al iiie Stands i
Oil Company Wgfg olfe.e i to Megie trail
lotrrga'n for bail la rtaftlt In the Ifen'l
Night i'ourt by leunm-d Holpe. a 1.1.1
biaek ' Xn IM Mo!' Kiieel, who hi a
itanfl in ihr Standard oil iJompany'i
I IIIMIng al No K Broadway.
The atock waa orTered aa e urlty fur
Iht wppernnee In conn of tlaetatio Ito
pggM, who had been lieid .,n a I barge
FALLS IN VITRIOL TANK.
IS FRIGHTFULLY BURNED.
I inurer i mpwyw in Kgattward
Plani .1 Wmdhavcti Swallows
Some cMi ion.
v gang of laborer! Were d "I" lllg poll
will pan" ii INS "gtckllng ! ' a Ml
lank f vitriol in the ggatewgra matin.
fa tilling plan! o Iji iiiu-r and llroi en
,.i UTaod .ien i lie aftarnooti whim nag
,. i ieoi. Mi' i ii. lie llmvn el.l. tripped
of pe'.ti larceny by Magistral IggJe'OP
In lue Tomb" fuiirt Ha Ml Mad a"
SSJS Holpe file; off'-e: a'l eqi.it
He""' In ranperiv nt Btaplgtgli aa Wfttr
Megtltrgtg Con ami if anted ,lout
rdl about ae e t ng i, and then Hol ie
ofTrr-d tbe mi Oorapan) ma k. gaging
I have a few ha iv of glands rit mi
t .'k In my pocket, oui Honor, if vol j
'are to an i'i thai 'or ha! . iae..ii
bi" me aTtrrth ni"
Holpe producad hit rrlllW ait n( nook
n a at o. m.i ij.
"J have a ImoISIj elan I at So. ..
Renarforav." i out nine I lloloe ".m.t l
I I'll! IU!igeil I.'. V iowhio eir nai
tf the tM"'l I" a laat Iraoeiate efforl
to rtoovti lie aaldfltt Baacotal : flung
tax It hit trmt mi atood for n fraotKm
r'ie i trio two 'eet deep, tpiaanetl ovtt
I' It), ' a an tnalaii; aoirtflng hie leeljr
l'i igbtt'iiiv tart ad bjr Iht a. id a M
n Ma unlit cllmhad over the ad at
if t e ral and fell ntnotieeloua. Tht
;tay of mid thai 'ama from hl
drtiM'had rhsthlng at he fell bunted the
tat ntamanrt "f tht aant-
If llaienrelll re overa- hl Ii do.
tnra da not ooMtdat ilktly he will go
I rongh life Mind and horribly did
figured II la .elleve.i howeer. that
he eallowed or aranthad In mime- of
the vlttlnt lie It t wem v-t line Irtnri
old Ilia home ie Mt No. IK ga kman
FEBRUARY 5, 1918.
FINDS HER KIDDIES ABLAZE.
hi el of Mi Hi
ihe value ..f hla
Iraq lontl) ihlttt Hit
'eiler. I know
MaglatrMt Ooriigtg rtlaaied Bamma
bout any fattliaf gntttloa. taking th
I .. eet lie a Fei'lirHj
of a ae
i I ,
tat tiling at
nf latte and I raaedi
off the heat -M iiiim n
'I .Ie arttera mf ibrllllna ad'etiture.
now running la Ihe aiaaeilne lud .tor
..tl'.M nt the Hnla' Vtnrlil.
, o aerial alert
arihnr Irau. ana
Ihe. l.ol Man hi. While Mother
Went ah..PlnB and Oae la Head.
Mr. I leaal e (tragi w ent marketing IhH
morning ami le'i htl two yo-mg ehlldrtn.
Iii.iolln. four eara old. and Lillian, two.
lied up lii her apar'nient on the flrat
floor if Hie npai t.nent I o ne at Nt "1
ilaina pIh e. tht Hramv
I i ' t t'e- anaetiee tbe ehlidreai f.owad
in. i ie th iae Inevitable reault. It
tat Mre (tragi hit tall gm heard
a. raamt ne aim neatatl Mer door gg hev
retiif When alie opene.1 ihe doir ahe
aw 'ait i BMMlM wrapped In flamea
in I rolling on 'he floor of a bedroom.
Mre Oram gild Walter Kelly, eon of the
peoprieto-, dnnaed the flamea by digging
hotti of the cdtiMraa i" filled bathtnti,
hut Dorotty waa goad. Or gguth taafe
the youngaat rhlld to rordham. Hoapttal.
DENTIST SEEKS DIVORCE.
alleaee laagrager t'ondaef With
t aaaaaed Man tinea aaaarartioa.
i ln lei Milton Driver, a dtntkrt of Bor
" g, Park, brought autt for dlroreo to
dav agalnat Mgg, Varna Drttor, who
ana a aeparatton (rota htm a gear ago
Driver allege that en two ondHlaajt
Unat he and hit wtdt har waan gvtng
apart ahe haa been unat id y familiar wttk
a man MnM namo la not naatlanad la
Mr- it hrgt danlat the charga, dagoa
Ina ahe haa been thrlnc with nor tnothar
and her el a ear-old aon. William, at
No. latl Kaet Tw entv-Hgli'k threat, mal
tha atgaranon. The Drlvary
wbo la aaran, la In tbt ue
todg at tht father.
SUSTAINS AND CHEERS
Try it at four o'clock
Sold In airtight tint onij
e or Ii
ttitr in .1
tea a Mli
tile lb irlltl and raid tlie
harry t.. aet bach to wmtii
tue Hkatiiiff arat good,
aaaaangaf an the Merlin wa
a wo, proftttat of Latin in tht
(aMvtrUt) "f North t'arollna. II" la 11
ntimew of Prtatd ntatlaot Wilton and
haa been abroad a year on leave of ah
atK'. Prof, MoWC waa met at lha
dovfc by bla koautlful wife, who waa
Ifnaeriy on the Ntage
WOULD CHANGE RULES
OFA. A. U. ON "PRO S'
CINCINNATI, o . Fab. 3 The Vr
tfoaai Bgggbgl Canradatlag at it next
tgegtlnK will dJaOUM Ihe quoatbin af
amateur gthlatlaa "lid will aeek to re
viae the pretant rnlee which de- l ire an
amateur athlete a profeaetoti.il, If he
playa profeaelou.il battbtll, gCC Tiling to
a at. item, nt b IgUtt llerrniann. I're1.-
hient of tiie National Pommlaalan, hire
to-day. Tbe dlteuatton wltl be lha r-
n t of Ihe rv.-en; Thorpe ruling.
The Mtan.l whl-i' the rule of an a
teur tthletlra take asaltiet prof tttlontl I
bdatball." a'lii Prttldtnl Htrrmtnn, lo
day, "i" ti rail ol the Dark ea
Thirty ,.r thirty -n.v yeart ago. tlio pro- f
feaal in il ball play er Wtl rtgtrdgd with
MMgdclon and matktd pralJudlot.
pMgtanl rnetrtorltt of the Mall-Oatlln
Nlrhnla-i'raver scandal of 1ST7 at II tiling
lit the game and III reprtttntltlvt 11
eta wlilb the game waa ntlll In thta
ggJlgppy pdtlllon that the laws that
tin govern tmatour tthlttlca were for
tnulat"! Bgatbglli altue thoat tlmef.
haa tdvan .1 to a Handing
Vnd puhlie i-nnild
k te. pr It a'1 el" 'I a t ' f It "till.
''The nolleg X who goea out at'.d
piaye bail in t it itimmtr tnonthi a.ioutd
not ba tanfrontod with the alitrnatlva
of elthor dtllbi rate falatlioodt or the
penaltlee no a Infllcttd by i " utnaltur
Both pomninn Juttlet and ihe banorl
wr owi it"' gamt daman i mil tomal
early ai'tloii altould b taken and tht
gggdrnlng for '-a oi bagaball tbould bt
t'ie tlrei I" COPt With tilt tltUgtlon,
nf touraa iht time bttwtan now an!
t it e. in iiii meeting i limited! i on-
eerted d'.lnlie gotlgn nia not be pot-1
!bit n on can nt itgtl formulgtt
plane foi 'be liimedlgtt futurt."
of Int. grllv
hi the amateur u
FROM TRAPPER TO WEARER
direct I rom Amorica'a
at our wholoaalo talat
room and aava the
THE WORLD OVER
Our Wholesale Prices
Reduced to a Minimum
t.HMINK BIKSIAN' MIHKK IHI.VV
t it ATM in.it .ultakln. aii'h aa rattlltrt
eel1 aa Dnnrl. ISmra a. leiHe.l fortlf n
.i.-l rleb lUttrad IklAt, Kalallera'
n e.- in pn. e. 130.00 tt K 00 Cfl
I'HIt K MW Odidl.iJU
st hum iikiiwn PONV ti.Kitr
lr OTIIKK HKIIH II K (till".
Tte.-.llen' aretanl prlre. "JK ff
ITS. 00. IH R I'HH K NOW 0"0,uv'
mi.v". V r-i.iNKii t ti.Tw. ptrtlan amk
,.r 'inaarai , ... no. .n. rt.,...,.,..,u.
paata. rtatallara' preaenl iti
:ir. ib. ol It I'HH : vow
other l.klraonllnari Value
til. -ai to r,.7iMi.
KRAMER FUR CO.
ur m: vokk.
Noar.v 1 Yvr ut
1 1 EAST 1 ITH STREET
gat. ii' at aad Olh .tie.. ew lurk,
to, altvatet tit :. UiWrttM.
M . Ma :y & Co.'t Attractiona Ara Their Low Pricea
. wagw Broadway, 34th to 3Slh St
FURS at HALF Price
The Sale still continues and grows in interest as the
fact becomes generally known that the price of raw pelts has
greatly increased, so that next year such Furs as these will
cost even more than double the present special Sale prices.
WOMEN'S Tailored CO A TS
From ENGLISH Makers
Macv's alone, amone all New York's department stores.
carries the very smartly tailored Top Coats bearing the label of
Burberry, 1 to 29 uolden Square, Lon
don, the premier maker ot Weather-proof
Outergarments in the World. At $)9.7:
"Burnet ry' Topcoats are of weather-proof
tweed, and are ideal Coats for heavy weather.
Ton f n.tg 51 Q 7 A
i As illustrated )
Thcst sturdy practical Oulsiiaiirwnts madi in
London fpreil tor Maiy'.-. havt.' tht' smart s,l;
Mid distinctive dash that CMraCterisg ttlg "linjjlisn"
tailored OulergarmentS, l ull length double breasted.
with converting cotlnr fgatening snugly up to the
throat, ttuse Totxoais arc made of warmth-with-out-weight"
Englilh fietCg cloth, an all-wool double
faced fabric in -.hades of gray, brown and heather
green. In sizes M lo 46. aeroud ihrnr. filth m.
Women's and Misses'
Sweaters and Caps
Hand-knitted in London, especially to the
order oi R. H. Macy & do., are Sweaters and
Sport Sets iij' silk in faney stitch. The Sport
Sels al $29j J are in uhite. violet and gray and
include cap, muffler and sweater.
All-Wool Sweaters, $3.96
"Ruff-neck"' Sweater ot mannish
style, with tab pockets and turn-back
cults. In while, light or dark gray
i SitU W lo 42 1
All-Wool Sweaters. $2.96
V-neck style, plain heavy ribbed
model, in regulation coat style. In
block, tan, white, gray and cai-
Skis M " 42
Sport Caps at $2.56
Angola fabric rsgtoft,
double-brimmid Hat ef.
feet, braid and rOMttg
trimmed. White, gra.
Cardinal and cadet blue
Angora Sweaters, $4.74
b.v.n or V-neck (xiat Sweat
ers of smart Style) warm without Ix'iiii
heavy. In gray, heather green, nat
ural and cardinal.
Situ U lo 42
AU-Wool Sweaters, $3.49
Kisin tieav ribbed si iiefui mgn
rush style with Byron ntck. Pearl
button tHntrflgd. In white, gra. car
dinal, black and tl n.
(Stos U to 42)
.' purt Caps at $1
Angora Fabric Caps,
with st it Che it brim,
braided trimming and
losettes. VVhite, gra,
tan. green and navy.
Sport Cipt at $2.49
'Detroit ' Caps, with
wide turn-down laps at
sides. Angora fabric.
White, gray a:ul vadet
An Important SALE
of Fine DRESS GOODS
Spring Dress habrics include many novelties, the ribbed and
corded effects predominating. At S.M Faille de Laine and
Bedford Cords are of silk-anu-wool, in fine close weaves and the
new lidit colors.
Poplins are leading favorites and are shown in many styles.
Embroidered Poplins with deep borders in lace effect are a
yard and at S.v0' there are exquisitely supple brocade and satin
Epone continues in vogue and in tWOtoned brocaded effects
is $3,96 a yard, uhile at the same price a white mateiassa silk in
a heavy bri cautd eponge fabric is notably beautiful and effective.
A recent purchase of an importer's surplus stock, secured at
substantial price concessions, makes it p issible for us to offer these
high Kri'de fabrics at or.e-half : nd less than halt they would have
been pri.ed earlier in the season.
Velveteens and Velveteen Corduroys, 54c yd
(Sold elseuhere $1,00 lo .n2.)0 a yard)
The two-toned Corduroys and Velveteens are in widths
and 28 inches 1 1 contrasting Striped, shadow striped, ombre striped
and flecked patterns and changeable effect s. Navy, brown,
black with the new red, green, orange and flame color combine
tions are well represented in the assortment.
All-Wool Whipcords. Special, 98c yd
ISofd elstwhere for $l,fO a yard)
Navy blue anti black Whipcords ol heavy qualtt) and firm
close weave, width St inches. This fabric 'is much used for
both (.'oat Suits and Dresses and is very pi 'pular for separate skirts.
This quality is not retai'ed elsewhere for less than St.. so a yard.
Main Maafj it.ltli JM.
Newest DRESS Fabrics
Spring's Favored Weaves
l:ouisite Voiles and f .repes tin must beautiful prod
UCts of the French l oms- -;ire shown in the new Spring Col
orings and in beautiful bmche effects. Soft tinted voiles
withJrtyocaded patterns in rough white ratine are.vJ'V and
For tailored suits there are htBVy Ratines Hi plain and
t wM-t. med effects at 98c and $l.?0 a vard.
Bordered Voiles are high in 'favor: also Dresden put
terns or floral effects are notably artistic.
Striped Tuscan Crepe, 23c yd.
One of the martest of the new
cotton crept- fabrics -its fast color
and fine laundering ciualitiei mak
my it t'sp,s jg) detTrable f or ureiitg!
anil bloutes. Virion, stvles ol
-tripe, iii blackaandwhite, t in
aud-white, biownandwhite, heliu
white. idtltf, -'5 and 27 inch''...
Ramie Linen, 42c yd.
i ItHporttd i" g '.i'.'. i i
er fin,', even weave, In t it
corrrci weight for costumes and
-.nt.. Iii new shades Ol bfOWn,
tan. navy, Copenhagen, in cream,
-k-blue and pink, and in twelve
othei popular colorings, Width,
Macy's Great FURNITURE Sale
Specimens Only of the Hundreds of Remarkable Values
That Await You on Macy's Sixth Floor.
- X't J I I f.'l..
. iHyjN it ..... .
rurmture ot sterling qual
ity and sound construction,
priced at savings of V to J
and ratigetl for our con
venient scrutiny and selec
tion in our larger and more
commodious Furniture De
partment n the Sixth Floor
Greater economies, larger
assortments, and more de
sirable pieces than Macy's
have ever lief ore been able
to offer you. The result of
months of painstaking ef
fort in gathering all that
commends itself to the dis
The following are brief descriptions of a few pieces only- We show what
the price would be had we bought this Furniture in the reguhu- way,
and the special sale price. Bear in mind that Macy's REGULAR
prices are always LOWEST-IN-THE-CITY, so that this comparison
between the present Macy's special sale prices and what Macy s
would have to charge for this Furniture if bought in the regular
that you cannot find such values in New iora.
SOLID OAK CHAIKS at $u.ot imacys
price would lie SU.W) match the Rker just
mentioned. They are made of well-seasoned and
matured lumber, of such durable and fine con
struction that they may give pleasure to your
children's children. M
SOLID OAK TABLES at J9.M (Macy's
price would be $K.J4i in 'fumed finish, with
tops measuring 2 ln.X28 In.. There are two use
ful side shelves and one good-sized drawer.
At the bottom is a wide shelf for books and
SOLID O IK ROCKERS at $11.67 (Macy's
price would be 13.89) in the warm brown "fumed
oak" finish, are fitted with the comfortable "auto"
seats and with wide comfortable arms. The
covering is genuine "Spanish" leather colored
a deep rich brown.
SOLID OAK SETTEES at $25.49 (Macy's
price would be 840.80) are made to match the
Chairs and Rockers just mentioned. The illustra
tion gives an idea of the pleasing appearance of
the Suite when grouped.
Macy's price would be ,f?J,75
Commodious Bookcases in solid oak.
Roldeu finish, with three separate glgig
doors to protect our books from dust,
and standing on handsomely turned
legs. They stand JO inches wide and
.10 inches high, and the depth -l.i
Inchei is sufficient to accommodate
books of even more than awraRe siz .
Sr me at S2I.89 iMacs's puce would be
BM.S0) and at J24.4 (Macy'l price
would be J.IJ.75.
Morris Chairs at $30.75
.' tacy's price would be $40. U
I hese Chairs arc of ?olid oak in
"finned" finish, and have wide arms
andahiRhback. TheseaNarv "auto"
Style and. together with the cushion
back. a.re covered in genuine "Spanish"
l at her of a rich deep brow u.
Oak Rockers at $6.24
Macy's price would bt S7.24
.Madi of solid oak, matured and
sound, and fitted with the comfortable
"auto" cushioned seats. The large
wide arms and the high "spindle" back
make these Chairs as comfortable as
thev are artistic in desigi
Odd Rockers at $20.24
Macy's prke would be $26.50
These Rockers land Chairs loo of
the Igme design) do not belong to any
suite in particular, but in hape una
sty lc will fit in with almost any living,
room or library furniture, The baclcs
are comfortably shaped and the covering-
are of high-grade tapestries and
in a wide range ot Coloi v
Mahogany Arm Chairs, $17.24
Macy's price would be $24.24
These Chairs, ot ."inl mahogany,
hace large and wide comfortable arms,
and have the seats and back-, covered
with silk "panne" velvet In choice of
several colors. A'nArr to nukk at
th.' same price.
Odd Corner Chairs, $3.34
Macy's price would be $5,24
These ' occasional" hairs w ill tit in
w ith almost any kind of furniture, and
are covered in velour. pam e velvet,
damask anil tapestry in a very wide
rungc of colorings, among which you
can readib matcn the decorative .:olor
si hi tite of your h oi .
Library Suite at $64.75
Macy's price would be SS7.2!
These suites are covered in genuine
"Spanish" leather o( a deep, rich, mel
low brown and the frames are strongly
made of birch finished to resemble
mahogany, They consist oi Sofg, Arm
Chair and Ann Kocker. In each
piece the top rail is ol "crotch"
Quartered Oak Suites, $24.49
Macy's price would be $32.50
T hese suites are in turned oak. "Mi -sion"
finish, and have heavj siuped
arms, strong paneled backs and
squared posts. Lach piece is fitted
with the comfortable "auto" seals,
under win. h are luxurious!) suit
prings t,f tempered Steel, I he cover
ing I- of genuine "Spanish" leather
colored a deep n eHow brown.
Leather Chain at $16.49
Macy's price would be $22.49
These have a wide, deep seat built
tor soini comfort, and a comfortable
shaped back. The soft and comfortable
steel spriiup are well upholstered and
COVerec! with the iest iU. ilils ol genu
ine "Spanish" leather of a rich lo
bgCCO brown. Kudirr la maUh at the
Rockers at $24.74
Macy's prue WOUld be $12.
Ihe large wide arms make these
Rockers verj comfortable and the loose
cushions are very easi tocleam I he
Covering Isof the bad grade of Ameri
can "Morocco" leather, in choke "t
deep red or green or brown (Juirs
In null It at the : aine pi lie.
Leather Couches at $17.49
Macy's priie would be $25,50
The oak frame and the "open
j r 1 1 1 n " construction make tluse
t ouches rigid, comfortable and dura
ble, the COVering is . g'id grade of
genuine leather, tutted with patent
buttons that cannot readily work
li io e or i e, ome dislodged,
In solid oak and mahogany finish,
$32.50 fj v't fnv vauU b t40Ji
$45 50- Klaey's prkt s'( 2'
$41.75- .Vfjn'.s rii. would l $HJi
Library Tables at $13.67
Macy's price would be $16.89
These tables an- in mahogany finish
and iiuve a large commodious drawer
fitted with wixldeii knobs. The legs
ate flfiled. and there is a wide bottom
shelf for txxiks or magazines. The top
measures 4a Nt, n -h hi. Similar
Tables in mahogany and mahogany
finish are pi iced from 310.74' (Mac s
Iptice would lx? UA' up to SW.2i
I (Macy's prise would be BJ4.2S),
Oak Library Tables. $10.49
! Macy's price would bt $12 J24
Thase Tgbles, ot golden oak hand-
rubbed and highly polished, are fitted
j with a neat and spacious ra, k for maa
aines mi each side, and with a wide
botlotu shell. There is one large
drawer, and the top measuies 42 in. x
iu in similar Tables are priced, from
Sfi.N i Macy's price would be S7.21i
up to t44.2' (Macy's price would be
Bookcases in "Early English"
Style at $18.49
Macy's prite would be $25.7 '5
These have two glas. doors, par
titioned in the centre, whiili protect
jour lM)ks from dust and dirt. The
Case stands SH inches high and is SO
inches wide, and Ihe depth (13 inches)
is sutfioeiit to accommodate quite
large Ixaiks. Reliable lia ks are among
the fittings, Similar IVxikcasi-s at
tJO.14. 'Macy's price would be
i t4 4 and SUM (Macy a prue
would be SiO.W
Livin Room Rockers
y 's price would bf gtO.49)
Covered ui figured tapestry In va-
i rum . colors,
$10 89 Macy's price would be S1S.S4)
Mahogan) finish, covered In genua
i in iMtner,
i $11.49 i Macy's price would be g n 44 1
Covered in genuine legthet in brown
14 .89 1 Macy's price would be SS0 ho
Covered In genuine brow n "Spanish"
$17 .24 (Mat ' price would be SJ4J4)
V'-r con fortably covered in panne
$18.49 Wk'.', or i.e would IhS-'.S 74 i
I Covered in u n"1 Quality of panne
ggta i .
r.ii, 1 1.
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Fine FLOOR COVERINGS
At REDUCED Prices we
Wihon Rufs of Rare QuaKty
well-known and reputable manuiaeturer found that he had
surplus quantities in some of his finest 1913 Spring pat
terns and closed them out to us at a special concession.
The patterns are Oriental, carried out in soft green and feds
combined with tan and old ivory. The material is an all-vtrorsted
varn, durable, close woven and resilient. There are over 100
Rugs ui each size and choice of 12 to IS patterns.
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8 ft. S in.x
to ft. 6 in. S40.VI
9 ft.x!2 ft. $44 M
Higb Grade Body Brussels Rugs. $21.48
Discontmueil patterns from our regular stock (Macy's price
wasf.?5). Stat 9 ft. X 13 ft. Wide variety of patterns.
Wool Velvet and Tapestry Rugs About Half Price
Excellent Oriental and floral effects, the Wool Velvet in four
patterns, the Tapestry Rugs in five patterns, but only one
Silt 11 ft. 3 in. x 12 ft.
Wee! Velvet Regs, $1174 I Tggggtry Rugs, 9.74
Macy's prke was $20.89 Macy's price uws $10.74
Carpets Much Reduced
dffar.i aaiM jm Jiaiir are in
two-tonr reds and two-tone gieen.
with onr or two mcludea that
show smiill all-ovrr Persian pat
terns, in Diiental colorings.
Carpels for rooms are in (loral
and Oriental effects, in combi
nations of red. green, old Ivory
and ecru, bxime have H-yaid
borders to match, so thai theyj
can be made up into floor cover
ings of any desned pioportions.
Wilton VeiW Carpets, 24
Macy's price was $1.48 yd.
Velvet Carpets, 89c
Macy's price was $1.09 yd.
Aiming ter Carpets, 89c
Macy's price was $1.34 yd.
Velvet Carpets, 69c
Macy's price was 84c yd.
Tapestry Brussels, 74c
Macy's price was 84c yd.
Body BruggeU, $1.14
Xlacy's price was $1.59 yd.
High -Grade Linoleum
ya InUui LinoUums show t In
newest patterns for 1913 in de
sirable tile end hgrdwood effects,
carried out in soft greens, reds,
browns and tgns. They are in
the two-ygrd widths.
Ihriwaws (jrade 1) $1.09 so,, yd.
Macy's price was $1.19
Vety thick gnd with substantial
i inrJaiaiM (trade 2) 89c sq. yd.
Macy's price was $1.19
Slightly lighter than grade I.
Tk$ Fiiurtd Cork LinoUums are
in desirable geometrical effects,
in toft browns, greens, reds and
tans. The width is tour ygrds.
This enables you to cover quite
large kitchen without aseam. Some
rolls have barely noticeable imper
fections. Price 44c sq. yd
Macy's price was 69c. sq. yd.
Oilcloths of Quality, 34c stj yd.
Macy s price was 59c sq. yd.
This Oilcloth is of the highest
grade that is made, and comes in
the two-yard widths.
MEN'S SWEA TERS
Clean-Up of Stock w.
K l;irge collection of All-wool Sweaters in all sorts of weights,
colorings, wools and styles of knit and make.
JM Not every size in every style, but every size from
J .14 tn 44 in several desirable styles.
J 4S- Maey't price wast t.98 $4.49 Maty s prke mat $5 9
Sl.SS-rVfarv'.t prkt vtas 42 -4V .... . ....
lin-MWsprueuM i.U-Macs fruenas $7.74
$2.97 Mary'.! pfkl teas $).4V MA Macy's prke uas $10.SV
Maikmaws of quality priced $8.49 (elsewhere SlO.otn up
to $11.49 (elsewhere 112.50). Mostly in plaid effects
many being of the Scottish clans - and in a very wide variety
of warm shades of red, green, brown, gray and blue. All
sizes from 3d to 44.
Corduroy Sheepskin-Lined Coats, $9.74
( Elsewhere these Coals sell for $12.50)
I hese (-oats are 40 inches Ions', wind-and weather-Drool, and
are of an extremely durable and close-woven corduroy lined with
selected sheepskin' finely carded and dressed to insure the reten
tion of heal. The collars are of fur. All sizes from 32 to 44.
The same Coat in the 50-incli lentith osts $17.74 (elsewhere
Canvas Sheepskin-Uned Coats. $1.96
Sold elsewhere for $'. fO and up i
ritea Coats are made of a touh. smoothl vWOVeT! satiJs
thai is equally imperious tn thorns and to the blasts of winter.
l ine (fir hunting and outdoor sp-irts. The sheepskin lining is of
high Quality and astonishlnsdv retentive of heat. The collars
are of fur. Coats of this kind in stock are oriced from $4.24 to
U e hast in stock a lute oi Inch quality WOOltU t-ods. imported
from Scotland, Among these are Jackets in plain and
Norfolk models, which run in price up to $lb.W at which
price we have Coats in sizes Joto4J. These are colored
in green, gray and brown mixtures, and come in both shawl
and notch a 'liar effects.
( halt ahi Waistcoats, Stunes and doll Hose, imported
from Scotland. The Waistcoats are plain, close-knitted, in
shades of green and gray, some with half concealed red
stripes, and have a warm, fluffy nap. Prices run from $4.49
The Scanes arc very "woolly" mi the surface, have tassel
ends, and are fine for outdoor sports, hunting and skating.
Priced from $1.49 to $4.24.
The dolf Host, priced from $1.9 to $i.49 a pair, are in
laui and ribbed knit styles and in sott tones ol greens.
")ri iWl is and grays, with tops in harmonizing colors.