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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1918.
DE ORG PRACTICALLY
SURE OF RETAINING
With Only 200 Points to Be
Decided, Hueston Is 171
Pool Champion Alfrr.lo i (ir.i Ik mak
ing a runaw.i)- nf hi m:it-h with Tom
Hu ton for the ajrorld'e 'luunpionflMi,.
Thy hava aln.vlv played inn hlnrha
of M point i nch, ant th- MtN lUHMMl
Da Oro. 4m. RmUM, 2-"S.
Bo far hchlMl la lha sltaltefaVtf that It
aj(ll prartlially Im ImpnaajMe fur him t"
oapturo th lltlr 'I h ron Iodine Wfl k
ef 100 pnirrt will lit plvnl al iMyla'a
Aeadv n to-nlKhl. I.aat nmhl a tally
wai too to Ul.
Thai wr- brief and upaamodlr prrl
4a of brilliancy on the part of Hun- I
ton Ha threw away fl'tlerlng oppor- I
twutlea by ii-rati-hlng In what arrniad
to an InexruiMhle manner.
Da Oro In contraat III the old inaatar.
Ha waa In hi. beat form anl rarely haa
ka played with grratr certainty and
kill. The game rnn-ini.il twetily-flve
frame.. Da uro made a high run of r
and Hueaton a run f . i billa. The
champion had 4 acratchea and lha chal
Da Oro begin the m nnJ i -k of
point, in phanumenal form. He began
wltl) the h k of the n- pyramid
and after a bit or riddling at fety the
aaa-l nf the old maater dearernel
the Kbi:ity of a klaa combination to
the ade II" nftril ' .md cleaied the
tr.b!e for N ball! na Mneaton had picked
one off aa Iftl IWfj fuaaed ova.- their
att te;lc Nlanoauvarlltg,
1H iitii illil tin '.line thing In the
aecond frame, only he tddajdj a t Well of
the attat titular u he lent the cue ball
I cavortintf afOttltd lit! tnble He -vaa
rapid and tin- Mill wi 'it i'pplng Into
the pocke:a !kc frilklMMaa rabblta Into
their holea The I h.unplon followed
with the entire lollMttM out of Ike
third frame and with bajla In the
next fnme ktfarg he got arwed up by
a Innu ahot.
That wna en I iif Hueaton for a
time, for Me Ore got the advantage
nf the break m,,ln and went ahead
at a apeed III It "Imply opened up the
n wider, aa he i minted the majmlti
of enh aticf i edlng frame. lie Oro
turned the first hundred mnrk In the
eleenth franii1 with the tally atatiding
at l'3 bnlla to 44
Hi Only Of?
aVIwaya rtmenber tie tall aaaae. look
una Maaatara aa arary kW
Lord ? Taylor
Sale of Shirts
A Makers Sampie Line
Silk mixture, woven minims, printed
inudruN and fine percales
Plain and pleated bosom with
t arched cuff, attached low collar,
for yof or tennis, detached soft collars,
French cuffs; also novelty pleated
Grey silk mixtures
Values 4.50 to 7.j)
English Tweed S o'tn CoaU
Raglan or stmare shinilders and belted
backs. Values SM.00 to .'10.00
Men s Footwear
Men's Patent Calf and
Lace or Button Boots
For General Wear
Tan or Black Russia Calf or Kid,
Lace and Button Boots
Values $6.00 and $7.00
'Boy s Riots
or Geneai H ear
20tli St.; 5th
Ave: l)lli St.
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tcDruary r urnuure sale -mtouwi eductions
fur allure ultb
vary purchase of
IN or over tM
.tl a Week
R. II. Mary C o. "a Attractlona Aral hair Low Prlcaa.
I ierald Square
Broadway.34l ito3 ithSt.
The Favored FABRICS
Aftemoon Suits in ttw rich WMVfS f silk nre notably dis
tinguished In style--e model In French uray moire defining in
every graceful line the mode's tendency toward the artistic.
Long ink tassels are the only adornment of the very clever coat,
which Is of the "Directolre cutaway type, with wide reversi
square collar ;uu three-quarter sleeves
The skirt, gracefully draped toward the front, is trimmed
Willi rows ot hutfons. and at the back is
of Classic seventy of line. A suit of rare
distinction. This model is priced jsh4.7.s.
Unitarian Blouse Suit
j Wool Epontfi $38.75
A very smart model (as illustrated),
the bkMIM coat fastening with silk fros and
lare buttons, the cuffs of the a sleeves
trimmed to correspond. A collar of white
batiste, hand embroidered, finishes the coat
and a belt of suede defines the waist line.
The skirt, of novel style, is trimmed with
In navy blue, rose or tan eponge.
Sizes lor women and sm.ill women.
Cutaway Model Suits
of Bedford Cord $28.75
A clever one-button cutaway coat model,
with long rolling collar of silk poplin
soutache oraid ornaments finish the side
of the finely tailored coat, which is lined
with soft peau de cygne. The new ni(xlel
kirt, straight of line and slashed at side,
is button trimmed.
In navy or black Bedford cord
of line quality. Srr M to J.
of French Serge, $48.75
A decidedlv new and charming model; the "Directoire" cuta
way coat; very short in front and sharply curving to the back,
trimmed with rows of satin corded loops and covered buttons on
each hip and fastening with heavy corded satin loop, finished
With silk tassels. The wide pointed collar is of emerald green
charnieuse, overlaid with silk embroidered ecru batiste, with ties
of the green silk.
The skirt is of newest model, following the cutaway effect
of the skirt at the front, and at the back is gracefully draped.
In navy Muv or Mack French sew.
Hts'oail rlimr, Itrnaanur
Dainty SPRING DRESSES
w Smart COATS GIRLS
Noweied chilfon, over pale pink or blue china silk is used
for the prettiest of the Spring brocks. Finely accordion-plaited,
and finished with frills of Valenciennes laces nnf) tiny satin
rosebuds. These charming little party Dresses are only $17.74.
oj Navy Serge $10.74
Very jaunty new model (illustrated).
With deep sailor collar and wide revers
of moire silk in a rich shade of Copen
hagen blue. Turnback cuffs are also of
the moire silk and the lining of the same
color is of peau de cygne. Single breasted,
belted coat, trimmed with pearl buttons.
SitS 8 to N years.)
in Spring Fabrics $16.74
Strictly tailored Spring Coats of tan
covert, black-and-wnite check, and navy
serge. Belted model with wide notched
collar and revers, lined throughout with
X"hi de cygne.
(Sies 12 to 16 years.)
Prettv Frocks of
Novelty Crepes $7.94
Long-waisted Dresses in Chi
nese blue or rose pink striped
crepe with wide Macrame lace
insertion at belt, hem and down
the front of blouse. Pointed col
lar and cuffs of sheer white ba
tiste hand-embroidered in colors.
Sies 8 to 14 years.
Practical Frocks of
Repp or Gingham $2.96
Box pleated one-piece model,
made of fine quality repp or
Scotch plaid gingham, in gay,
pretty colors. The deep sailor
collar, wide levers, shield and
broad belt are of repp
Sf( 4 to 10 years,
KiTiinri Hear, :t.1ttt Klrrrl.
4 " $75.00
ear crean Tow Ap-i aim ;a ivettdwiier Corny. Write for Our New Catalogue.
Latest NOVELTY Weaves
Imported WHITE GOODS
Fabrics of exquisite daintiness and beauty; fabrics that only
the looms of France and Switzerland could so perfectly produce.
High in favor are the crepe weaves, the brocaded fabrics, the
ribbed effects. "Ag.inc" in novel modifications is to be much
worn. "Plumetis" soft, fine and prettily embroidered
is another of the season's favorites,
Tlie-e fabrics and scores of others are shown in the Macs
assortment of Spring Dress Cottons, and are displayed for your
inspection in the White Goods Department, Main Floor, oSth
Atnonf the many novelties the follow
ing arc of more then usual interest.
Carrvau Linen Flouncing, fi.96 to S7.74 iini.
i repe Flouncings iFrench liaiul-einbn idertd effacts), S6.49 a ard.
V oile Ncigeux nouncingi, S2.'7 to $i,49 a yard.
Niiwltv S oilc Flounc mus. $4.24 a srd,
v'i il and Crepe Ftonncings, ''Hi to SJ.74 yard.
Novell) Flounclngs (elswtieri B3.S0), t.w' a yard.
Allover Embroider) on Batiste, Voile or ( rep Fabrica, ' ,49 io sy
Plain "r Novelt) Ratine, wc to $1.94 a y.m.
Voile and Ratine Stripes, a yard,
Tuksafi Crepe and Voile (ratine border), fl.49 a vard.
TUSSah Crtpei novel stniX's. Vtic a yard.
Egyptian Brocaded Dress Patterns, $4.4V to $9.94.
Handloonl Plumetis, 19c u$1.09 a vard.
Tussah Accordion Pleated Crepe, 98c a yard.
"Japanese" Crape tj ins. wide), I4e. tit, 24c. t9t, 79c.
Plain Voile (31 and 4S inch widths), IV to 9Sc a yard.
Plain Crepe IM and ( inch widthi), i9t to 9Hc a yard.
Ftamine, with ratine tiorder, 9Hc a yard.
Silk Warp Ratine, width o inches, 09c a yard.
Embroidered All-over Voiles, 74c, 84i and 98c a yard.
, Novelty White Fabrics from England s
complete assortment of the newest silk-striped
Marquisettes. Crepes, Ratine and Corded Voiles, at
Mc, bVc, 7Vc, 89c, 98c a yard
$17,000 Worth of Fine Furniture
GOmprMfkJ pkKai Ot almost everv
kind, suitable for every room in the
ii'iiiv. Mostly one piece oj i Kind,
11,517 Yards of Fine Carpets
Avrninsler C'.arp'ts at 74c yard
(were ft. .Ml Velvet carpets It flOC
a vard (were 81 .04 and II, 24). Tapes
try BruMell at 4'c (were i and fK).
($7,000.00 Worth of,
Fancy German Decorated China
I To Be Sold for $3,500.00
CHOICE of several conventional designs,
j carried out in artistic color effects, and some
..v relieved with a modest gold border. Some
designs, too. in which the motif is fruit or flowers,
accentuated in many cases with a conventionalized
border or with thin lines of gold on the edges.
BeloW area f etc only of the charming pieces in the offering:
Breakfast Plates at 23c and 29r.
Tea Plates, at 15c, 19c and 23c.
Bread and Butter Plates at 15c, 19c and 23c.
Fruit Saucers at 12c and 15c.
Salad Bow ls at 39c, 49c and 69c.
Chocolate Pots at 69c.
Tea Cups and Saucers at 39c.
Cake Plates at 49c.
A. D. Cups and Saucers at 33c.
Bouillon Cups and Saucers at 49c.
Chocolate Cups and Saucers at 39c.
"Condensed" Mi Ik Holders at 49c.
Haarmrnt. .14th (.
All Our Fine Imported
SER VICEPLA TESReducedx
Choicest products of famous English potteries,
H'edgziood, Crown Derby, Cauldon. Coal port,
Foley, Aynsley-ln addition, a large quantity
from the test potteries of Germany and France.
Whether you seek a sinple plate or whether you seek a rack
ful. whether you seek nn expensive plate or one that looks much
more expensive than it is, selection can be made from this stock
to the utmost advantage.
There are more than one hundred distinctively different
pattern-, and effects. They are distinguished by the lieauty of
the ornamentation, which varies from (in one plate) a simple
tendril and blossom of some wild flower up to the most elaborate
conventionalized design relieved with paste gold effects an 1 with
deKate lines of gold.
Prices range from $7.41 (Macv's price was 19.88) up to
$74, 4 i Macy's price was sw.25).
CHINA REDUCED V4
Macv's is Sim )'nrk's ktadCjUOTUri inr
oK"n stock dinner-ware. Importeddi
rectly from abroad, our China is sold
legufnrly farv under prices aked foi
evUal qualities elsewhere.
Maty's -iHtroduCIti Open-Stock Chhu
iiitu America, and we still otfer the
largest choice of patterns of any store
In New York. We now carry 15.1 pat
terns. Many noted English makers
are repr, lented, l or instance, five are
from WedgwrxxL Prices range from
n lOO-pieceWedgWOOd set at S2H.00
(elsewhere M more) down to a set
(100-pieces), prettily decorated, nt
The fotlfKtine patterns are included
In the M reduction s.ile:
Hi (ireen floral spray design,
livery piece with a gold line on
(21 Neat Dresden decoration,
livery piece with a gold line on
(.li Greek-Key lrder design
with two gold lines, every piece
with gold line on edge.
The new "Buldura" Embroidery
in the typical rose basket design to
tie WOrkCHi IP three shades ot Buiaura
braid Mlk llo--s and sold threat! -is
unusually artistic and effective. In
sc.-itves. Pillow tol's and table covers
((,," l "Buldura" novelties mai be bad
in .in itt! active assortment jf sit
.iiul alllipes. TMfd llaaf, ,'Uth Mlrcrl
Linen Doy!ics Centrepieces
llt;Av icru linen emhroiaerecl in
red, blue or white, finished with seal
loped .!.. A raiiKC ot most de
Doylui trial were 10c to 09c. now
5c to 24c.
Centerpieces that were ; to ooc
now 2 -1c io 38c.
Scarvei that were and wc -now
24c and 39r.
Linen Centerpieces, 39c
M(U y'l prices were 75c.
StainiK'd in an assortment of
most novel "punchWOTk" design-.
I liametl r J7 inches.
WITCH HAZEL (Macy)
Special Prices for bal
ance of February and
the entire month of
' ry at Co. 'a Attractiona Ar
is prepared from triple cfistilled
concentrated Witch Hazel and 5
per cent, pure grain alcohol, in the
proportion of 15 per cent, alcohol
and 85 per cent, witch hazel. In
other words, it is prepaied strictly
according to the United States
A recent test showed that Witch
Hazel (Macy) was unsurpassed for
quality, and as for price, out usual
prices being lower than others'
Witch Hazel isoneof the hundreds
of toilet preparations prepared in
the Macy laboratory at 517 to 527
West 35th St.
Macy's for Medicines
Macy's pricts on proprietary
medicines and toilet articles are
lower than elsewhere. As an
.Braaa StIUcr at Macv's is priced
14c, 28c, 56c
The identical quality is ad'.et
ttseJ tlstvckert as ''special at
17c, )9c and t9c " ,
Main PI.. Centre.
-Pillow Cases, 49c Pair
Stamped Pillow Cases, in many
attractive designs, A variety of
materials, sie ji in. x 3i in.
-Stamped Towels, 29 to 89c-
Sold elsevhert 4ii, to$l.oo.
Guest Towels and Towels of reg
iil,,r sites, Stamped In very pretty
Cretonne Cabinets, 44c
Hue -drawer cabinets, covered
i.i dainty lloral cretonnes in several
desi ruble si zes.
Marys t.anjtes an
nude in our own Gaudy
Kin hens, at bl7 - 527
West Wh St.. of the
purest materials. A
pound box o) candy al
Macy's contains sixteen
ounces of candy. The
box is not included in
Milk Chocolate Broadways
Special 24c lb. box.
Have a delicious tilling of vanilla
avored rnarshmallow and caramel-
the milk chocolate coating is exquis;
itelv smooth and delicate, as we use
swi et cream in in.a.ng it.
Glace Fruit and Nuts
Special 24c lb. box.
I hese have a thin, hard, but
buttle covering ol fine sugar glace.
Ideal Chocolate Nougat
Pound Boxes, Special, 19c.
"Red Star" Special Bon Bon. and
Pound Boxes, Special, 24c
Perfection Chocolates (Macy's)
Highest Grade in 1-2-5-lb. Boxes
Special at, lb.. 49c
Special Candy Slinetties for
SI. Patrick's Day. dinner la
wrs and laNe decorations
for the occasion al "Louesl-in-Ike-City'
Ui W VstJal 1 aralJ Squara.
Ready! The New
Spring CLOTHES for MEN
BUSINESS SUITS It tt4.7i to .?2.W incline this year
toward the dnrker shades. A wide assortment of
materials in smart patterns, distinctive and refined.
Blue series, too, priced from $19.75 to $29.7),
NORFOLK SltlTS are $19.75 to $27.50, tailored in choice
of four models, of woolens from England and -cotland.
Knvlv.'rbockers, or long trousers. The Jackets separ
ately are fi2.75.
Rf-SS SI ITS are $29.75 to $58. fO. made of soft-finished
worsted with a lining of fine silk. Dinner Coats to
match are S17M) to ct?5.5(?.
JOP COATS FOR SPRING are $24.75 to $44.0, in
I English or American models being the loose-hanging
knee-length styles in favor this season. Made of the
finer grade American woolens, and of tweeds from Eng
land and Scotland.
HES TERFl ELD Ol'ERCOATS are S14.75. made of
fabrics in Oxford gray and Cambridge grav. with serge
lining. In Oxford grav. and in black (both silk-lined)
the prices are $19.75 to $)8.50.
EATHER-PROOF COATSat $9.50to$18.50 are English
no American made ot watcr-prwt "paramatta and
henrielta" cloths, in tan and olive shades and raglan
or plain sleeve style. At $19.75 thev are of cravenetted
cloth, in Oxford gray, and at $22. W and $27.50 of gabar
dine cloths from England (lined and unlined, in tan and
olive). Special light "feather-weight" rubberized Coats
at $18.50, are in Oxford grav.
NEWEST in Men's HATS
Models for Spring 1913
TIFF HATS at si.SS and $2.74, in the latest "high crown"
styles, with either well curled or semi-flat brims.
Derbies bv Crandor of London at $1.74. featuring the
same points of style and not obtainable elsewhere in New York.
OFT HATS at $1.88 and $2.74, in the new shades of green.
Drown and gray. lirims curled or flat, and ribbons
either at side or back. Soft Hats bv Crandor of London
at $i.74, in olive and heather green.
GOLF AND STEA MER CAPS at 86c and $1.49, in the newest
smart check and over -plaid effe ts. Caps fr m Paris and
London at $1.49 and $2.49, in plain colors, checks and
over-plaids. nflh Moori
Reduced to $3.74
Prices were $4.24 to $),74.
Elsnckere similar Gloves cost
W.7S to fti.so and more than
two-thirds of the Gloves in this of
fering are of the S6.50 grade.
Materials are tan "Cape" leather
and "Mocha" buckskin, in gray
and tan. both of very excelient
quality, pliable, supple, and long
wearing. All are "one-clasp" style, and al
most all are full-lined with fine
kenuine squirrel fur. A few are
half-lines.! with squirrel, and a few
more full-lined with Ojney luir.
$24.75 & $32.50
(Were $)2.50 to $47.50)
Harm, yet not cumbersome- -made
of the very best woollens from Scot
land and Ireland.
Made in double-breasted style, with
belted back. All sizes from 34 to 44.
London Ulsters and Topcoats
from the world-famed House of
Prices were 139,79 to S40.75.
Boys' Winter OVERCOATS
Reduced Yl More
o stock may accumulate on the Macy shelves
of clothing hence prices reduced so low
that many will buy for next season.
Boys' Overcoats, $2.97, $4.96 & $7.49
Macv's prices were from $1.96 to $IH.49.
For toys from 2i to 18 years, and in Russian. Reefer, Ulster
and Ankle-fength style, without or with belted backs. A very
wide range of materials and colorings, and while there is not
every size in every style there is every size in one or more desirable
Boys' Winter Suits. $2.97, $4.96 and $6.49
Macv's prices were from $4.96 to $10.74.
Norfolk and Doulle-hreasted models some with two pairs of
trousers. Many materials in a wide variety of colorings. Not
every size in every style, but every size in one or nmre desirable
QLUE Serge Suits for Boys are priced S4.9o (elsewhere
B I5.S0) up to $14.74 (elsewhere 116.50). Model.-, are
Norfolk in sizes i to 16 and double-brensted in sizes 10 to
18 years. There are five prices in between the extremes
mentioned. The materials are standard and thoroughly
tested sere, all wool, pre-shrunk, and able to hold thdr
color against rain or sun.
The Newest Models in Boys' Suits, $4.96 to $14.74
The cut of the latest Macy models in boys' clothing follows
the lines that commend themselves to the well-dressed amoni
their elders they feature the graceful natural shoulders and
follow the natural outline of the figure.
The models, Norfolk and double-breasted, are in varied
styles, suitable to boys of varying physique, and the materials
are mixed cheviots and cassimeres, in the latest effects and
colorings. Every Suit made to our order, which IT.f'Ar.Q I 1 1 1 1 ici 1 1 1 1 j
ranafnl arvt AmUA finiah - " ijr