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THE EVENIN0 WCTELD, TUESDAY, JUHI 17, 1018.
STORY OF INVENTION
im Plltt was a rerolvsr, which they
declared he flrsd In the hallway wh-n
Carter win ariot down. Plltt M iu
dlitsd unit tried for the shooting, but
OkUtion. . . .
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uit is Won, Indnptnckntt
Say They Will Be Forced
Out of Business.
POWDER IN SHOES
The development nf wiiele lJag
raphy, from ttr tint stage to the
flashing 'if 'menage thousand! nf
mi leu arrua snse and continent, aVaa
oVerrlbect to-dav hy Ouullelmo Mr-
onnl, the inventor, rn the witneae alnnd I
in the I'nlled htatea Idstrlrt Court of
Brooklyn, before Judas Vender. The
Oeraalon the ault by the Maret.nl
, Wirelena Telet-rnptt rompany agalttat
the Rational Electrical Signal Com
pany over the alleged infringement nf
a Marconi patent covering a "detsrtur"
' devlca by which one may observe
Without 'listening l.i" that wireless
iheasaa, are I'slng flaahed through
. . After giving hli age as thirty-sight
an 1 birthplace aa Italy, Marconi de
t rf.tad, hla early boyhood a Inter eat In
electricity and hla first experience on
lls father's estate near Rome, He said
be fnade hla first experiments with the
Hartal an waves In 1996, when he auc
oeetfad In rigging up a little apparatus
By which wireless waves were sent
across a table.
"I gradually expanded by expertmenta
until I worked nut the original nf th
present apparatus," aald the Inferior,
"and waa able to Increase the radius of
say transmitting. I sent 1n Mnree or
' Continental and made rapid pmgreaa In
laaraaalng the distance at my meaaagea.'
The noted Inventor went Into a tech
nical description of all the parts nf tho
modern wireless apparatus covered by
ass patsats. In answer to Judge Vee
der'a question he aald the grentmt dis
tance ao far attained hy wlrelea mea
sagas waa (.000 mllea, from Clirton.
Ireland, to Muenoe Aires, Argentine.
Attorney for the National Klectrlcal
Vlgnal Company aald out of court that
If the Marconi Company wlna this suit
It will have an absolute monopoly of
the wlrslsaa business and that the great
Wireless etatlon put up by the National
.Company for ths Government at Arling
ton. Vs.. will have to be put out of
AS WELL ASK
Foot-Ease to Be Added to Equip
ment of Hospital Corps
at Fort Wayne.
Under the above heading the Detnit
Free Pma, among other things, ay. The
theory it that toldtert whose feet are in good
condition can walk further and fester than
oldien who have earns and buastsn indued
"The Government feat uusdai order a
regarded as the last ward in the (dentine
'TTtt.n. rJ the defendera sf the As
This hot powder, shaken fa tho thast el
oldien, hat long been in use in the German
army, and Uncle Sam'i adoption of thit
form of treating and eating the feat is in
line with the expreaskau heard, daily tor
more than twenty yean, in aO pant of the
world, from millions of people who are thaastg
Allen't Foot-Eate. the antiteptic powder
for the feet, into their shoes, ss the only
practical and lasting treatment tor eating
end absolutely preventing tore feet It can
bs obtained from dealers everywhere for 25c.
or a trial package will be tent by mM if yoa
write to Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y.
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R. H. Macy aV Co.'s Attractions Ara Thoir Low Prlcoa. f
I Haraid Square.
The Most Profitable Business
Day of the Aionth
for Our Customers
R. H . Macy A Co.'s Attractions Ara Thoir Lew Prices.
gVsT W aaoA Haraid Square T .atr7 roadway
reat Wednesday Economy Sate
In which yon wtU reap the benefit! of oar whole month's special preparation for
the clipping of costs on the most timely needfuls for every member of i
YOUR ECONOMY (According to Rusktn): "Economy no more means
SAVING money than it means SPENDING money. It means the
administration of a house; its stewardship; spending or saving, that i.
whether money or time, or anything else, to THE BEST POSSIBLE
ADVANTAGE." John Ruskin.
OUR ECONOMY (Macy's own definition): Practical adjustment; thorough
organization; careful administration, both buying and selling for cash
only; elimination of waste (such as charge accounts and trading stamps);
far-sighted planning ahead; providing what is most wanted at the time
it is wanted most. Macy' 5.
Enough of Some of the Item to Last Mott of Thnrtday. but Come Wednesday if Pot lible.
BECKER'S MAN MUST PAY.
Widow r.ete SR.IMHl Verdtrl Awalaat
Plltt, Poller OITierr'a Prras Aaent.
airs. Mary B. Tarter, a neurea. got
a verdict of 5.Wo thla afternoon from
a Jury for the death or her husnand
la ons of former folic Ueut. Charles
, Ba ker's stropg-arm gambling raids.
' tars. Carter stud Becker's ao-called
treat agenl. Charles B. Mtt Becker,
aow In Hirur Sing denthhoute, wat orig
inally a defendant In this suit, but the
Suae .ivairiat him wus dismissed when
It .n admitted tlvat be was not present
when thi- shooting took pliuu. '
nefore the rate went to th Jury to
day t'.-veral witnesses testified to havins
alW M Bwajr njL
A gi For tn' Substantial Tele
D 1 .a)U phone Table and Stool,
Barly BngUsh, Golden and Fumed Oak. I
Other first class store charge $4.98 for
similar one. No mail or phone orders
filled, none to dealer and only one to a
purchaser. Other marVeloua bargains in
Furniture, Carpets. Ate., at
Established 70 year.
MYRTLE AVE., GOR. BRIDGE ST.,
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
b th WoHrJ't Undard silk glove
all other silk glove are measured by
sr the "KAYSER" standard.
The development of the "KAYSER Silk
Glove represents the attainment of an idea),
the achievement of which has not been hamp
ered by restrictions of cost or time, nor influ
enced by a passing demand for features most
aptly characterized as "talking points."
We could not afford to buy expen
sive advertising space "year after
year, to tell the women of America
that "KAYSER Glove, are the best
in style fit and finish if it were
not true. "
"KAYSER" gloves "cost no more" than
the ordinary kind and are worth double
in quality, fit and value.
Don't accept the "just as good kind, there's
a way to tell the genuine "Look in the
Hem" if yoa find the name "KAYSER"
you have the kind that "don't wear out at
the finger ends.
A guurnntec ticket in every pair.
Short Silk Gloves, 50c, 75c, ft, $125, f 1.50
Long Silk Gloves 75c, fl, f 1.25, $ 1.50, $2
Mm Kauur & Co.. Maktrt
gV4 . Mtf Yotk
(ii.oo RmianE cmis, tu.i
Women's Satin Coats, perfectly reversible and of
very graceful style. One side of black.satin of soft,
rich, lustrous quality; tne reverse siae oi oia oiue. gray.
Long.snarpiy cutaway mooei wnn
ailor collar effect and shawl revers.
.Third rtose. Beaadwar. . i
amber or black.
WOMEN'S $3.00 SILK SHIRTS, $1.69
Wide and narrow striped effects, in a superior
quality of wdsh'sHk, in black, lavender or blue stripes
on white ground. Very finely made St'.irts; high or
low neck, turn-over or sailor collars; long sleeves with
"Prion, -li" ruffe- Kenaet rvvlulu C-ww U In il
. i.iivii villi , , i'u.iji " ,v rv I .1. rv lJ it.
MACY'S $4.96 RAINCOATS, $2.89
Quality now on sale elsewhere for frt.OCC Single
trxiure rutiDeriep ciotn; crv)ice ot ts w gray.
IMible yoke Button-close-to-neck mocteLlEted with
Imported serge of very superior quality in novelty
striped effects cream ground with black, navy or
cream stripes in various widths. New draped model
trimmed at the side with rows of buttons. High
girdle top, shirred back, finished with strap.
Advance tall style.
.THIra rtoar, Mt SI..
adjustable strap on the sleeves. All sizes from 84 to 44,
una yi e. natn n.
$2.00 HOUSE DRESSES, $1.29
Practical, neat House Dresses made of durable
checked chambray or figured or striped percale.
Four new models, trimmed with embroidery or with
plain colored material and large pearl buttons. All
sizes 34 to 44.
HM Fleer. Mlh "
$5.00 BLUE SERGE TROUSERS, $3.69
MEN S AND YOUNG MEN'S SIZES-iull line.
Strictly all-wool and guaranteed fast colors. Made
with or without cuff bottoms. Finished with belt
loops, and with side buckles for adjustment.
naar, ' '-
WOMEN'S $10 LIKEN DRESSES, $7.49
Ramie Linen Dresses, in smart one-piece model ;
fastening down the front with large covered buttons
and hand-made buttonholes. Cluny beading joins the
deep sho'ilder yoke and sleeves. Novel sailor collar
and revers, fastened to waist with buttons. Semi
blouse waist and straight-line skirt are joined with
shaped belt, drawn through linen-covered buckles.
In sizes 34 to 44. Colors: lavender, tan, wood brown,
Copenhagen blue, rose, light blue and white.
Ttiia Moor. Weaagway
MISSES' $7.00 TUB DRESSES, $4.96
Pretty one-piece Summer Frocks of light colored
figured voiles, lawns and tissue fabrics. Trimmed
with shadow or heavier laces, embroidered voile
collars and cuffs. Many have girdles of messaline.
Blouse bodice effects with the new set-in sleeves;
straight line or draped skirts. Sizes 14. 16 and 18 years.
'''-- flear, .tilth '
DOTS' $5.00 to $6.50 SUITS at $4.24
Norfolk or plain double-breasted all-wool Suits,
made of mixed cheviots. GaAwlct.jined and full-
All the newest Spring models, including
some with patch pockets and stitched-on belt
t to in years.
GIRLS' GOWNS & PETTICOATS, 29c
Macy't price was 49c
Nightgowns made of cambric with round yoke and
cuffs trimmed with five rows of hemstitching. Low
round neck. Sizes 2 to 16 years.
Petticoats of cambric finished hemstitched and
tucked flounce of fine muslin. Sizes 2 to 16 years.
-- m far.. Talra Wsar. n ,
A Special Six-Course
Served Wednesday and Thursday
11 JO A. M. to LIS P. M.
BOYS' 75c PAJAMAS at 59c
Spring and Summer weight. Made of tan and
white madras with stripes in blue, pink and helio.
Finished with silk frog ornaments.
6 to 16 years.
85c SILK MOUSQUETAIRE GLOVES, 69c
' Elbow length, made of heavy Milanese silk with
double finger-tips and Paris point embroidered back.
Excellent wearing quality. Black and white only.
Mala Floor. Broadway.
as need no intn
rtant point is that these are regular goods, in jegu-
MACY'S 39c SILK BOOT HOSE, 24c
Fine gauze Silk Boot (16 inches high), with top
of mercerized lisle. Extra heavy spliced heel and
toe, reinforced at points of hardest wear. Black only.
MACY'S $5.24 MESH BAGS, $2.97
Substantially and artistically made of German
silver double ring-mesh with narrow 6-inch French
Kay frame engraved in floral pattern. Silk lined,
ngchain handle, finished ball or pendant fringe. Anex
ceeuingly beautiful Bag, copy of a sterling silver model.
wain near, weaanwa.
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vrex hubs need no introduction, lne im-
ar sizes, and aie perfect, new and desirable in everv
way no odd sizes, "seconds" or "throwouts" among
them. rssrlh f leer. BraaSirajr.
special it 89C
Size 3 ft. x 6 ft
Four sies in be
tween, running up to
$8.25 "Cres" tc AQ
Ruga, special at $0.45
Size 9 ft. x 12 ft.
' Plain "Crcx"
35c "Cras" Run,
Size lain, x 36 In.
Seven sies in be
tween, running up to
$7.50 "Cres" e- .Q
Ruga, special at .4o
Size V ft. x 12 fjt.
$44.50 VICTROLA OUTFITS, $39.74
Ideal ''for the Summer Home, Yacht or Camp,
Consist of a S25.00 Victrola, a 115.00 Golden Oak
Cabinet to hold 130 records, and youc choietof sw75c
double-faced Victor or Columbia records. Needles and
needle-case included. Price includes crating and de
livery free toany freight station in New England or the
Middle Atlantic States as far south as Virginia,
rsartn rvsar, aask a,
IMPORTED JEWELRY at V PRICE
We have divided this sample lineofexquisiteJewelry
into four lots of special prices. Included are won
derful Oriental effects in richly colored stones, set
in sterling silver, gold filled, gun metal and platinum
finished mountings, many pieces set with genuineame
thysts, amber, lapis and topaz; also crystals finely
cut. There are
Chains Enameled Locketvand-Chalns Hat Pins
Festoon Necklaces La Vallieres Pendants
Brooches Bar Pins Bracelets and Necklaces
Let 1. Pieces at 24c to 49c
Imported to sell at 7 be to $1.50
Lot 2. Pieces at 74c to $1.49
Imported to sell at $1.50 to $).00
Lol 3. Pieces at,$1.98 to $2.97
Imported to sell at $1.96 to $8.89
Let 4. Pieces at $4.89
Imported to sell at $1 5.00
$1.50 IMITATION HAIR HATS, 79c
Black or white with black velvet flanges. Very
newest and smartest shapes; large, medium and
small effects. Ideal Hats for midsummer wear.
rrsal Flaw. S4lk
19c i I $20.00 BRASS BEDS at $14.
Two-inch posts, 1-inch top rods, and' five 1-inch
fillers. Finished in a guaranteed lacquer, in either
satin or bright finish. .. 0
$10.90 IRON SPRINGS AT ft. 74
Helical spring ends, and raised "wit-edge" or side,
to prevent mattress from spreading.
MACY'S $16.49 MATTRESSES $12.24
Filled with good quality black hair, and finely
stitched and tufted.
$1.00 WHITE HADUTAI SILK, 74c
Width 36 inches. Pure white silk woven in Japan
excellent weight smooth, perfect weave. Dur
able and launders well.
.Heeend Mw. Mltti St..
$3.50 COMFORTABLES, $2.24
Made of soft, silk-mull, in dainty floral patterns
with 9-inch plain silk border. Filled with fluffy, pure
white carded cotton. Full range of colors.
$1.25 BLACK SILK PONGEE, 89c
Width 36 inches. A very gixxl quality of this
most desirable Summer Silk in rich black.
-Aerend floor. IIKIh Ml..
40 to 50c EMBROIDERIES o . 29c
Width 17 inches. White Embroidered Flouncings
and Corset Cover Embroideries, in a wide range of
MACY'S 69c BATHIN6 CAPS, 46c
"Quaker Maid" Caps in plain color sateen, red, navy,
black and green, heavily rubberized, or in highly
mercerized polka dot sateen black navy and red.
Two-inch satin bands. "Tarn o'ShanterV Caps of good
quality satin in black, navy and, red well rubberized.
All Bathing Accessories at "Lowest-in-tlW-City"
$7.00 LINGERIE R0DES, $3.96
Beautiful Unmade Robes of crisp, fresh, white snow
flake crepe, embroidered in coral, Alice blue or pink
in charming floral patterns. Frocks of these 45-inch
Flounced Robes are delighfful for shore or mountain.
.in Hor, 3-llh "
$3.75 FOLDING UMDRELLAS, $2.69
Of taffeta silk, and conveniently hinged to fit in
a suitcase. Tape edge and K-ribbed frame. For men
and women. Handles of mission finish and natural
wood, in a wide variety of the most serviceable crook,
right angle, and straight styles.
Ugfi Moor. Hroadwar m
MACY'S 14c WHITE GOODS m. 8c
For this sale we have reduced 200 pieces of White
Wash Fabrics, including:
27-inch Cluster-Stripe Dimity; was 14c.
27-inch Woven-l igured Waisting; was 14c.
27-inch Novelty Waist and Dress Fabrics; was
27-inch Imported Dress Dimity; was 14c.
All fresh, crip new guedsof fine quality.
Hr oiid) Himr, Ontrr..
GIRLS' $1.50 WASH DRESSES, 96c
Frocjcs of strong and
Pretty, practical little
serviceaDie materials, cnecK. stripe and prald nine-
hams, figured percales, striped seersuckers and some
tigured lawns in every wanted color. Made in waist
line or long-waisted effects. Many with waif pique
collars. Plain or pleated skirts. Sizes 6 to 14 years.
1MH rioor, SHIh
25c & 35c GENUINE FLAXON (yd.), 12c
150 pieces only, all stamped on the selvage "Flaxon."
The width is 32 inches. May be hadsjft' more than .
ltiu novel designs.
MACY'S 17c PRINTED VOILES .), 12c
The most popular and pretty of the season's cotton
fabrics. Small and medium sized floral and figure
patterns, copies of the most exquisite French printings.
Dainty color effects, in pink, blue, helio and yellow
on white arid colored ground. Width 27 inches.
75c ALL WOOL STORM SERGE (. 49c
Cream Serge width 3H inches "in rich, creamy
tint, free from any black threads or specks.
Black and Navy Storm Serge, width 43 inches. A
good, wiry, durable cloth.
saooa1 rior, H"-"
eeaM fleer. Coatee.
MACY'S 12c to 17c CLUNY4ACE (no. 9c
Width 3 to 6 inches. Edgings and Bands m white
or ecru, in many lovely -patterns, suitable for trim
ming wash dresses as well as curtains and household
Mala Floor. 9m
WOMEN'S 50c UNION SUITS, 33c
Fine quality Jersey ribbed Suits, low neck and
sleeveless, trimmed with mercerized tape. Umbrella
drawers, lace trimmed. Regular and extra large sizes.
ofaja Hoor, Qgggag
MACY'S 84c OLIVE 0IL,t.). 64c
mported from Spain by R. H. Macy & Co.
Guaranteed absolutely pure, and of the finest qual
ity. The very best for making delicious salad dressing.
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