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THE EVENING WOULD. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1913.'
WTO NEGLIGENC
E
CANT BE CURBED
MHSTOPWATCH
fHennen (Hear Owners on
Question of t Speed Limit
tor City Streets.
or
Y--MM tM asJRM, M-
br the m nMI OonmKU of
of AM
Yaka PTMMIIW. CL t TMIJ of the
peBaTtasj tor botfj MuteUsn urwel
wA naiMI In erlvtasl MX be
uitMd br a atop Mat He addaa
At time, pMstO eVI otlUua all
eL Tf r"lto anftwoa the
win
ue
b
a
i an a Seed atop certain
ot m ketufl a MM pea-
, Cbat II mMM
te la-
Z S? . ... IF MARY GARDEN GETS
rx'&rTYTs:; piwncD in ucd unipc
"" " 'jv UlllULn Hi iilR iUIul
1. von arcl 1 to I, ao.-onrt: Jack Helloes', I
M rMarUnl. 4 to I. 7 to 110 and I to 1. ninfaTI 10 lalOlinm
third Ttma, I no Earl) Mr). Iter, lllkrH l INMlrfrll
peck, :allph alao ran and riolthnd a Ull I LL IU IllUUIlLU
rbbmSi
HKXJOND RAUkV-Maiden ttirH-lmi a
ekUi and up; tlx furiorwr Oood Day,
m (Banaotottanj. t t ?, i to and i Poncv Covers Practically Hverv
r. I. won: Berfliaatta, 11 (Martin), U to ' 0
U 2 )' f!J ftJiaS1 .rrS.tif ! Misfortune That Could Come
Mtklrvln). I to I, 7 to I and I to I, third.
Til I.M -. Rook Bar. OM Hank, I 4 c u:.j
Betn Htanley. Mown WBaea alao rat, VJVCId OUIlgUUUa.
and flnlaharl aa named. .
tii I hi i ajunio Pow-ar off ami .tp-1
ward; eell!na six furlongB.-Onmmor , rnore w" emnrency WBMl HM
af a Town. Ill mtaawrar). I to I I In ohleaaw,. Philadelphia Ofa-re ComiMny
( and I to f. won; York Lad, tic (Mar- ' overlooked wien 1t Inaiired ItaeH mid
rlni. M (, even and to f aanond
Aenator rtparke. IM (French), M to 1, 10
to l and r. to t. third. Tirm, UTM
Heretic. Bertie, Oerden of Roan. Pair
Atlanta, Oheer Up and Cam Mil alao
M
FOtrRTH RACK. -Three-year-okl and
upward; imti furWwicw T x.naJ.l Mc
Donald, 101 (Mondon), f tn !. I to I and
out, flrat; Milton II . 10 (TapHn). I v, 1.
I to I and out eaoond. tlharildeton. 111
'Buxton). 11 to M and out, thlnl. Tim.
1.8 44. Bpohn alao ran and finished a
named.
all Ita opera atarta attalnst tha v 1nn
the". It tnletit mart on th' Honthweirterii
rirr. That irae a conflict of on tee with
the New York Otentn at Tkallas. Trx.
Tim raauit waa 'fait on laat HaAurda I
Tele Wwlkuere" m (irwiml to a
mere handful of auditor, while tltm
bulk of the irMrloth' -1tlrn of DMtM
otlmr illa,
hit' e f ;r onaral
cent
Til I a novrl fu.:i
oratle f... riirlit
tire tmj
'i ever,l i (i - f.irm
,ii!:.. 'I".1:! t Inee ;
flfj of IHMftJII e ,
n'K4 -t -1 1 KJ)
CHICAGO OPERA COMPANY
CAUGHT IN TRAIN WRECK.
Member.-. Shaken Up When Car
An Hurled Prom Hails on
Run in TtMI.
ti PAID, T . March 1 --Tli flrat
of two api rlal train on the Txb and I
Pacific luilioad, . arryliiK the CMoM I
tlrand Otera Company en route to 8n
Franclaro. wa wn-oked early to-ilav '
eventy-five nilloa en of M PMt
Three I'ultnAti alecpere Htwl unc tnorlat
6W left tlte track. Mrtnlerr of the opi-r.i
cotnpanv were bndly ahakrn ii an I, four
ttalntncn Inluied
the u I lllellt
A liroken rail dii
'BOY SHOT BY NEGROES.
RACE RIOT THREATENED.
San liuui Mill inJ I lell'a Kiichen
! In Eruption Htt criHi St
uck oil Stree;.
Th pn.l of the Wi n: Hiityocicht I
Ireet alal'on made Hi. p e.i.ira iotie Dill
I't'-rnooi to e'np:ee a ' " rot tic
feared mlfhl i' irUrtet) by i athoftinn
Of Im(,i Hi III. , 1 tiftcrn-ytM! -"'l
while IChOoMlO) Of N" " rifty
eiirhtii at reel, by a kartd nj I' . ntg i
twya on Weat Sixt -flrt t-ie' nca
Wrfi Knii venue
T ie hoy tilitte'""l InW t..... v It Hm
Utal In Weet Plfty-nlnth atreet and
i i (o lie ca-ed 'm He eaid ne nan
i wiiltied Int., a B-roiin of n'Kri, hoya, who
l.erf ahuaed each other l0ttl '"'
1 while hei;,.ie they had ihomMafttl lnt'
I ilm, One of Ihem IfW I revolver and
I hkM bHWn in the btMl
An X-i.T. phot, graph alinwed tli.it
il.e l.il'.l lil iniieriliv ll-ai
r.ii.,1.. , .k ii . I
William l,eb Jr., Colle-tor of the Port I " "v WB n" , . ,
and former Secretary to Prealdent i Manv policemen In uniform and rl.i
Itnneevell In.lai r.,,a,.l..l i ti.i. I li.lm.M Wire ernl lltrOURtl mtn UWI
melon Ma rraifiatlon. Aa aoon aa he h
olDcioJIy notified of Ita arpptnce he
mIM .Mn.,,. htm lea a. ...... - ,
. ... . . . . .. . , . .. . .. ... ir.ii - i.t ,i,m 1111111-. in a dm B ' ii K
mwwrwZ '"idlrrmor of U of the aumtlMin rom.
CHARLESTON ENTRIES.
a atop
The num-
ar of taMfini tMd toa reduced a not
Intarruptlon of t raffle reaulted
Plarun raaponatbRtly for faat or reck
aa llllO on ha wwnar of a motor
atnato waa akaa nlaraaaiid. It waa
ta owner ho aAouhS feo held liable.
K praautad raa would be a
an RecHer aiaffaated that u
Coram avalooor woro to aand
it o Ham ail or mora motorcycle po
aBoaman to dhaoe down all rackleao
1 1004 a. ha wouM ,ak4 the area teat
I of hkl Ufa-
Mr. Paige of th Automobile nub of
.parte a offered thee amendment;
fltat ovarr peraon opwratina-. drlrlnf
- pwapetrtnr nr vehicle on any hlaTh
ay of the City of Nw Tork ehall 'lo
tn a ooroful and prudent manner
af, art. a rata of oprad ao aa not to an
iaTr the property of another or tha
fa or llnrb of any peraon provided.
nwaai. (hot a rate of aneed In
aa f twenty milee ao Jjiour ahall ba
aaumptlve avtdenra of drlvlnc at a
to wMoh la not careful and prudent."
M0 MEAT SELLER FINED.
oBotkar Whooo Pork Waa aelaed
Pare Mt la Caart.
Okartea Hugo, forty-two yoara old, of
. M Now Tork avwerrue. Jtraay Olty,
Butenor at No. -M Lawtoa avwaua,
a ooavtoted tide aftrrnaon In th
eart of Bpectal Hiaalwia. of erpoatnc
r Bake, on Jan. TI, meat unfit for
aaan eonoumptlon.
rBo complaint, made tr)- Oeoiwe A.
oada, a Health Inapactor, regarded
I pounda of pork. Wood eatlmony
i to the oondltton of tha meat and
era' rafrtareratlruj farllltla waa cor
Vwwted by Alfred MoCaan. Hua
M MM In
nA.Tt.rwee mod: twarawaee.
eelllaf. thtee furlnnee.- in 100; alaaaan. Ill;
Wnodea a how. 10; atone Beat. 100, ibr Itart
Inaataeda Btone'. (Man 10. Pet IMdeflae
lua, Man. ill; naaaf Bat, no
IBOMl BACK Paw MOD; tai
Ulna: -.e ar.il laeloll twrnaam
Johnena. 104: Tern luenee. til rVrSe, lln
IOS: Itiia (iraoe. 100: aMaBeaj U.. 111; Jaa.
tnln. 114. 'Aaroo. 101; OeuatwoaM, 111;
Toonee (1111, 1M aVaBf. IU.
TRlilll jiacr .. anno tm feBMMl end
apweed: MUlna. aad oeehalf hirloea Ttat
Ttai. 104; Mka Mrtt. 101. aHndaa Mater tot;
Merua. IOS CBJflaep, 100; Ulend Qiwea. 100.
IwaplreO. 101 Baa Mar, 100; strike OW, 1W;
Akrawan. Iirr. iaaw IWn, IV., Mta, 111;
New Mar I UK: AMaenaa Caekwe. lot.
KlH'HTH RA0B I
and upward. eeMaft I
(Inaneaor. 104; OeMa Ear 101; TU.j. HI,
-uiabt Beer. 10B4 Caaa aaanuar. 10T
Hudm. tf.
KIKTH RAOaV-Pwree MOO: Bj
aiiewid : eerUaa : aaeaa fartoaav
112, PnteBd. 10R: Tom w. 100; BeawUeUae.
no. OOMMOaB, lOB. IJfle 103; Tbe
Biinlra, 100; Dataat, 104.
HIXTII RAA7B ran MOO; tear reac-cMi ead
aswanl; eel law : wwa netnaaa, Mima, rraa.
am int: "Iwdr MM. 0T fBAtaa kruw. ft;
Wood laws. Ml aWeat Oaaa. 10T; recur..
Mt One M. C. M; Oiamiiaa. 100. Ceawl.
Ut aawaaaaa I M aktkaad
Wwttwc fta aaek Qaad.
JUAREZ ENTRIES.
PIBtT MaflB 4MHw: Uwwaww aide: aa
fiidratB-Katty one. IM. twwuk. 110;
Uiwalaad. 1M; Maud M. 110; Aat Ma.
108; ftafnail. 110; Obnataw. 100; Aaoraa. 110;
SurlakW htlaa. U0: Jaaw. U2. Laaa ahwk. 110:
MoUer. IIS,
HBOOND I lHI M theeeear nMa aad
npeent: alx aaliaaaj Aetalen. to; Udt WHMe.
I0; Odelkv lot. Jaek KUu, 110; Farwei. 100.
Aaaalie,, 110. Freak 0 Hoaan. IM; Jua I... lift, i
(fold Nine. 107. tMaewd Adawa. 110; WIMte. !
107. 7rl u. 11.
THIHI) BACK. MMMI fow-reeiufck, aad tn
ward, oae aM Ann. MeOee. M; (ewaa Que.ii.
103 , reery. 101; Wkket. IM, Bonale Bent, IM: I
lAni. aaiitanat, IM; Pea Baftava. 100. Ool ,
'Mri(tBTH BAOB -Puew thre. .rear old. aad'
mieerd, all forlnaaa rBaaaraM. M: Jaekbr.M;
WlnnlM VeVeK ueT. Kosenw. loo. rirliuj Poet
Mrfll' BAOB Mlkaj: three rear eld. aad w
weid: ui fijrVwe. "iIhi Uoata, 10B: Oiawi'i,
Htar. tOfl: Baaortowi, 10k; LkiaUakw. 114.
Hirrif RACK BelUag. ,w veer ..Id. aad up
w.nl. one wile Baby la. M: IWU (-read,
inn; alajtwdlad. ion, ll Pal... 101. Men
nmiT. law: eaneru. aprer, lue; lejan, iui. ,
IU.
TefraaaVrl, went to the all MMMMM
With Oue one exaietitlon the Ineurance.
.overt ever lenatrlnaMr mlafortiine that
I tnirht bafall an wnera company. On
I averry occasion that aomethltiK occurs to
I prevent a performance at any one of 1
tha Mxti-foirr ritlea In thw tout, the,
I company will re. over llt.000 from J. ft.
Hlrah. a Naw York Inaurance broker,
I who evolved the Insuntnce plan. For
tW protection the "per a company pay
M4.000.
If the- Pullman porter upeets the
narvaa of the party by aerrlrnT coffea I
too aarly In the mortrlinr: If Ih ,
oho rue. fared wrinha auMrti dewlre to I
Join Bt Texae mllttla and oross the j
Mexkan border, nvitlnl,; If Maty
Oarden Bnda that Olio haa cinder In
par To) oe or If any one of a hundred
pan lea.
Mill district and rltllt Rlicnan ie rhi
down ;ini .illempt to ;.ta.l flxiilln Ite
l,rta we. . r :.! thai MBOIM nd
hltc In the mixed tent 'pent p.ipiil.i
nun were talklna; IhraatenlnRly,
I DOES YOUR FACE SAG?!
VELOGEN
"StMBty't Gnardian'
'I NVterfi the Incial muscle lose their
dMicity ttie t;ice s;tg.s und loses its
oil i lit ii I contour.
Daily massaging w',ri VBL0OEN
the IrHfy-ant. soothing emolliriit--Hlv.ays
Viitn an upward circular movement, tones
up the underlying muscles, vivifie- ll)-ir r-la-.ticity. resiorcN
contour, and gives to the skin a delightfully wholesome glow and
freshness.
One application make an improvement ;
A week's systematic use. a transformation.
Batter thon cold cream need tha eama way.
At Your Drug Rist'a. In Collapaible Tubas. 23c
LONGACRE ELECTRIC WINS
PLANT AFTER HARD FIGHT.
PtlMiC Service Conimis.skjn Voles
for Permission Sought Five
Years in Courts.
The L'.noacre Hi trie TdRhtand Pea-
I Company toia, won an order in
ItrUotlRg attotnevj ro. th Pnbll.' Ser
vice i-otnin:.Alon t. prepare a OorUBCatt
RPprOYtftg the i !iti uctlrjn of a plant
r.r the .ninpfltiv COBfeMt for th com
inla.ion wns IfettniCtotl to have Ull cer-
tlfleat ready IOtTOrrOOi The certificate
rlD e aranted If lil OOtwJRlBMOR line
'ip lOefthtrTO as It did lu-duy. Aftei
1 'ummlBekgflert Cinm and Wllllama had
voted lii fav ,r ,,' it. Chairman Mi-Cnll
deeMttJ Cn nntter ..y de-taring hlmeelf
01 th proposed ordar.
T'le liUiigBurt txRptuiy probahly w;ii
i-.t move fin pwffnlaBMfl to Issue ..took,
and bond" I in n It will he In pot!
ll.ili It waa tile ear bko -a position
it h.ia aoiiht In the innrt. to olnaln
ever since
Phi- principal reaooii wet forth bj the
rsBfiMitiMlofl in refuting tha oornpany
took or bondi m. that the oomtekoy
had not obttunetl the "inent of the
MOP I Biithorltleii to the construction
Of It. plant
'i In 19ns the l,n A. re CompRR Ipp d
to the covMniaawBi ror atnnorit ., 'a.,
I'lO.mn.'iKi In lunula and ..i.. .. ,
stock. Till application waa drill I. The
Appellate Division decided tgaihal the
1 1 . oinmlaslon I -.e . .imntlsaUm ait'ise-
lliitentl voted o ullow the BOmajny to
Inane alxmt ?.MS.0O In et .. Rn.l tl'dOVOOft
In iionda.
OLD FASHIONED FAMILY REMEDY
FOR COLDS AND DODY BUILDING
Father John's Medicine
Cures Colds and Builds
Up the Body Without
Use of Alcohol or Dan
gerous Drugs. a Doc
tor's Prescription, 50
Years in Use.
Absolute Truth of This
Story Attested By Guar
antee to Give $25,000.00
to Any Charitable insti
tution if Shown Otherwise.
Father Jnlin' Medicine r phjtt
i-ian'a prescription.
I'reacri wd for Hie Isle Paiaff
John O 'lticn. of Low ell. MaM.. bjf nn
rmincnt tpnialiil in lfeVi.V
rather John rccomincnilcil I hi. pre
scription lo his purishioncr and friend.
.dafl aW
Jsfl
afQ BMv. . - "iggm
t f ' aw' "Isf Ll
i raT ' Oafl
L ' H M. ISBbI
V ' Cft V
V ajjal F
Rltd in lltlo aay it bettMM Lnowa al
I'uthcr .lohi,'. Medicine.
Thll it Of) i- true and r gaRfRRter
If. riff HJi.000,00 lo any charitable in
t'ltatHMi if -hown ol hcrwine.
PRtRCI Inha'l Medicine will PBr
ciiiiKha, cotdt) and all throat and lim
troubtes, prevent (on-ounplion, Md
Mgfct flesh ami slrcnirth if token faith
fully, ll i not e DRtaat mrdicinr, ari-i
docs not COStala nlchol or poiaonou-ini)(.
ApnreaUr. all...
rJakaad. Track fa.t.
II. Altmatt Sc o,
WUeL HOLD TO-MORROW (TUESDAY)
A Sale of Misses' and Children's
Muslin Underwear
at the following exceptional prices:
Misses' and Children's Nightgowns
at 75c, 85c. & $1.10
Misses' end Children's Skirts
at 95c. A $1.41
Misses' Combinations . at 1.25
Misses' Drawers . . .at 48c. & 85c.
Children's Drawers . . at 35c. & 48c.
In the Toilet, uoods Department
V Special Sale of Imported Celluloid Articles
will also be held to-morrow (Tweeny)
as follows:
Celluloia L et, consisting of comb, brush and
mirror In box . . . .flat $3.65
Celluloid Novelty Pin Cushions
at 65c. &$ 1.50
Celluloid Perfume Bottles, with sprinkler top
at . e . . . 50c.
Also TOURIST SETS, consisting of Pullman
apron, towel and wash cloth in case
of cretonne . at $ ! .50 of silk . at $2.65
sJftOl) stout 34tlj atta tfty fcwitts. $cn flw.
R. H. Macy A Co. 'a Attractiona Are Their Low Prices.
11 s-v 5rv n
Jg sajm Herald Square. Wr
Broadwoy.34thto35thSt.
CLEARANCE BLOUSES
Prior to. the removal of the Waist Department from its present location, on the Second
Floor, , to larger, more luxuriously appointed quarters, on the Third Floor, we have marked for
quick disposal
7 hree Hundred Imported Blouses
at Greatly Reduced Prices
Blouses from every leading Paris designer are included in the collection; models so clever
and individual in style that it is scarcely necessary to glance at the famous labels to know that
these are Blouses of distinguished origin. The scope of the sale and the savings may be gauged
by these Specimen Vaivm:
Elise Porel Model (was 5124.00). now $94.50.
Real Bohemian lace over flesh color maline.
Maurice Mayer Model (wastws.so). now $75.00.
Real Point Venise and Bohemian laces.
Elise Porel Model (was fU7.5o). now $75.00.
Rare Point Venise. with white satin charmeuse.
Maurice Mayer Model (was 12.75), now $34.50.
Cream repousse lace, with fine net.
Among the Paris Blouses:
A Blouse of real filet and Bohemian lace, with Broderie
Anglaise (was 584.50), now $49.50.
Blouses of Irish Crochet (were 562.00), now $49.00.
Blouses of Irish Crochet (were 546.89), now $35.50.
Blouses of Princess Lace and Net (were 545.00), now $ J 5.00.
Blouses of Ecru Net, Braided (were 529.H9). now $24.89.
Blouses of fine net, with Valencienms (were 514.89). now
$9.94.
Blouses of Chiffon, Bulgarian Embroidered (were 530.89),
now $9.94.
Blouses of Chantilly Lace and Jet (were 513.89;, now $6.94.
Blouses of Chiffon. Beaded (were 513.89). now $4.96.
Hand-made Blouses of Black Chiffon (were 58.94). now
$4.96.
wm
BUutm (ei dlutitattj). itm 124.S9.
asw $10.89. rVAfl.n ie ens' Mac
iktfon.
Blouses of Voile and Crepe
Dainty white Blouses, trimmed with most favored laces;
hand-embroidered or braided and of most effective style.
Exquisite color combinations.
Voile Blouses hand-embroidered, Irish crochet trimmed;
(were 516.89) now $7.94.
Marquisette Blouses embroidered in colors (Wtn 510.8')
and 512.89) now $7.94.
Voile Blouses beaded and embroidered (were 58.49) now
$4.96.
Striped Voile Blouses Bulgarian embroidereJ (were 57.49;
now $4.96.
Voile Bkmstt " eytltt embroidery in colors (were 5.94) -now
$3.49.
Voile Blouse s hand-embroidered (were 57.94) now $4.96.
The "Peasant Over
Blouse "
In Effective New
Laces
Fascinating little "Coatee
Voile thuus MB
(tftTf JH.'M) -urt' oi slurr milt
uith tanJs of ettausy .imjW late,
Ustiskty iisiroduetd in pVr
frf JWf, -finely Htck4 civslal
buttons iiw.f latin taw trhsmints.
Coatte is ot Afatry cream lje.
conbintd mih JilelanJ nel. i'ehel
coatee varments cut on slmnlev hut
1-1 l! j e .. v.. ... r. .
smiiri mouse lines, anci su tasiiioned that the will give a modlSll
air to an otherwise ordinar' dress.
100 Over-Blouses Greatly Reduced
Now $1.98 C(W $4.96), Princess lace design, in cream
color.
Now $1.98 wrt :.07), heavy cord lace, combined with
dotted net.
Now $2.97 uere $6.94), cream filet, with heavy girdle of
braided curd.
Now $2.97 were $4.96), ecru net. with heaw corded lace
edge and velvet girdle.
Now $3.96 tit $5.94), Oriental lace, With Clum edge,
ruffle at neck; c id girdle.
Now $3.96 it re $4, cream embroidered net, Muted
style; silk girdle braided.
R. H. Macy t o a Attractiona Are The, r Low Prices.
9i
6
n r
.1 TA If I W
wa
way,34lhto35lbSl.
CLEARANCE NEGLIGEES
Picttiresciue garments in scores of charming stvles are scheduled for quick disposal
prior to the remtnal ol this department to the new Negligee Salon on the Third Floor.
1
Ketltgee al
tlani-emtrouterejl
Albatross
(litre $1). 00)
collars and cujjs, lace trimmed.
Most Radical Reductions
Are in force which affect, among others, the famous
"Braun" Berlin Negligees
Fashioned of the finest Venetian cloth, these garments are the
highest type of Negligee made, the world over, and are of
dtttinctivefy ;mart style.
Specimen Values :
f9rMI Xetftgees (were 557,50), now $31.50
Braun Negligees (were 549.80), now $32.50
Braun Negligees (were S4.y.8i, now $29.50
Beam Negligees (were 134.89). now $23.89
Braun Negligees (were 538.49). now $19.89
Braun h!egligees;.. $9.94. $8.94. $7.94. $6.94.
(were g.i9.89. 529.99, 5-'2.89. 519.89 and 514.24).
R. H. Macy & Co. are sole blew York representatives ol
E. Braun el (lie., makers of fine Negligees. House GomtS, 7V,
GotDHS, etc '..whose establishments in Berlin. I 'ieunaand Carlsbad
are patronised by the aristocracy and nobility of Europe.
"Zenana Cloth" Robes From Paris
Very artistic garments ot decidedly French Style, in the softest,
richest "Zenana"' cloth; a wide range ot colors."
Rotes (that were 51.89). now $7.94 j Rotes (that were 127.89), now $19.89
Rotes (that were 516.89, 519.89 and S2.V89), now $9.94 1 ' Rotes (that were 44.75), now $24.89
Rotes (that were 529.49). now $12.89 M'. (that were 549.50), now $39.50
Mandarin CoatsFrom China
Crepe, crepe de chine and soft silk garments. silk-lined, richly embroidered and in all
favored colors -were S24M. $27.49, $29.89, $i2A9, $39.89 and $46.89.
Now $14.89, $19.89, $24.24, $29.89, $36.89 and $42.24
Sill? Kimnnos From latian
1, - - j -i -
Graceful garments of softest, most durable silks made in tvpical Oriental styles. Our own
imrvsrtitinnc Wer . 1 0 tlO 0J tl7 SO tlOA'd 9d SO ItmA BstO tV
iiassrvsa wiat, .r . i ( a. . ' , k' .w ' i y a ' ev ' a v ' ' aarw aw y I ' iii'i
Sow $7.94, $9.47, $12.24, $14.89, $19.89 and $29.89
Very elaborately embroidered Kimonos of richest silks were $34.49, $44.89, $49.49 and $i2.t0.
Now $25.50, $32.50, $36.50 and $42.50
Paris Negligees of Silk and Crepe de Chine
Hand Stencilled Silk Crape -were $l2.bQ. Sow $72.50.
Negligees -were $24.24, $49.74, $89.00 and $114.50. AW $7.94, $24.89 and $39.50
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Madame Sheba Negligees from London
Made of richest crepes stencilled and embroidered -were $74. 50, $89.50 and $9.:0.
Sow $25.50, $49.50 and $54.50.
Macy Negligees of Silk and Crepe de Chine
Light, prettv colors, with hand-embroideries and dainty laces. Many graceful and charming
models, made both to our order and in our own workrooms -were $10.89, $14.49, $18. 89,$ ?7. 49,
$38.49,$64.f0md$68M, Now $6.94, $ 7.94, $ 1 4.89, $26.50, $34.49, $50.50 & $59.50.
Paris-Made Negligees of Albatross
An assortment of very dainty, pretty models in light colored Albatross of fine quality with
trimmings of Valenciennes lace and hand-embroidery; some with mescaline collars and cuffs -were
$11.98. $1.89, $10.24. $18.49 and $22.89.
Now $5.94, $6.94, $8.94, $14.24 and $18.49
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