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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2,
TO EUROPEAN NAVIES
(loiin Curtiss Sn.vs Ocnnany,
I? n s in . I'.iialnml anil .Iiipnn
IIiivi (iivcn Mini Orders.
(ili'tin II I iinl, mi aornpl in iiivrmlor.
tftiuiH'd from n nix week trip iilironcl
yrstrrdny on tho Mto.mialilp KronprilUossHn
Oclllo. Mr. CiirtUM wild Ihnt wlill" on the
cither nitl'i lio Hold hy(lrMiroplntip.i In
Inn unvlrM of (Inntmtiy, HihnIh, iliixin
and KtiRl.ind. Tho Hiiwlan Onvrtnitit'iit
placed mi otdor for ten tnitchlnoii nnd
Jnp.ui for four.
Ho mM lliw iiiltiiir.illici worn RriMtly
pntliu-usl ovrr Mm flying liniit and thought
It h fliuil tvpc of mnritin llitir.
"The navict and iinni-M no iotun-r con
aidnr tho flyiiic maohlno nil pxiwrlmwit,
Bald Mr Curtis". "It U roRardi-d an n
norp.-Mrv rwi-t of jiillitary cqnlnniont
In order to Pini.-ilbe thing- nil of the
coiintrlen are inking n serlom Interest in
aerial lifts "
Mr. Oirtlw reftretled tlmt this country
wan not represented in tho International
cup race at Chicago. Ho wiid it woh not
poHslliln for him to build u machine to
nntnpet with th Krench racers, an lie
him not worked on (hew linen
Mr. Curtl said while Kurolie In ahead
of the United KtittiM In mllitarv aero
iiautic.4 he thinks more nttenlion I" lieing
Kiven to tlie h; orting side over li -.e
Women ('Alight n llnmblrra Kreeai.
Five omen iviunht in n raid on im nllt;et
trsmhlintt liotir at Seennd avenue and lloin
ton treet Friday night pr ilichiirafd
hy MneMrnle Krenchl veMerdav Abraham
Trlobitz. pioprietnr of the hair snmla simp
In the rear of which the poker ir.unc w.n
interrupted, w.n held in JI.ink) ball for the
One Man's Experience
The indefatigable "Mr.
E. P. Grams," who is
special prize contests in
the New York City Sur
face Cars, again reports
what is, to him, a phenom
enal number of replies to
his latest announcement,
which was displayed in
the cars for thirty days.
He has not been able
to number them exactly,
but says he averaged a
little over three hundred
letters a day in answer to
his question "What is a
Replies came from all
sorts and conditions of
people--not only from
New York City 'and its
environs, but also from
iar distant noints
Maine. Illinois. Kansas
Texas and Canada!
His figures show how
closely the street car
cards are read by tlie resi
dents of New York, and
also that they arc scanned
with interest by visitors
from other States- thus
giving i he advertising a
The experience of "E.
P. Grams" can be dupli
cated by any advertiser
with an interesting prop
osition to put before the
Now York public. Have
YOU such a proposition?
"We have the exclusive
control of all the adver
tising space in all the
New York City Surface Cars,
I if th A cnue Buses.
Study the Cards
II 'c II mr a Mumlurd.
New York City Car
225 Fifth Avenue
TH 1080 Madison
s v V Am
v Jf AmW
. & A
R. H. Macy & Co.'t Attractloni Are Their Low Prices.
Ami W Herald Square, Or
On account of the Unprecedented Success of the Exposition of
PARIS MODES ON
f will be continued on Wednesday, October Second,
10 to 12 A. M. and from 2 to 4:30 P. M.
Interest Will be added to the Exposition
by a number of unique Domestic Models.
LIBRARY TABLES OF SOLID OAK
Fine, strong, dependable, artistic Macy Furni
ture at much below regular Macy prices.
Thh Tahti. as Jtsaibtl $9.24
Library Table, $7.49 1
Regular Macy price, $10.24
A tine Solid O.ik Table: linrly ling
M finish: top J8X42: one I arse draper. i finish: top measures 28x42; has large
one bottom shelf, and a raA on each drawer, one bottom shelf, and two
ide. bookracks on each side.
Solid Oak Library Table, $5.49
Regularly priced here at $7.24
Has th Il.irly l;'Mi linh." Top measures .W48, fitted with large centre
drawer and one bottom shelf Fourth Floor.
A Gleam of Eastern Splendor
In These Rich Oriental Rugs
New York lianeer een more magnificent Hugs from the East
in mure plea-mg ant t , beaut and charm than we are now show
Our I'e-ident Pug Buer in the Onen? makes his headquarters at Constan t!
nople. which is he lOiriuercial centre of Kistern Hu-prcxliRiiiK provinces. Here
lie loik' aw thoiiNauJs of Kus each ear, yathermi; fur us exquisite antique
and modern Oriental-., full of the glamour of their native lands. At intervals
this Buer travels into the heart of IVrsia. and at the source of their production,
selects by one, b titty, bv the bale, or eviti two oale-. ati tune, the superb Per
sian carets tthvh w"- distribute into liMiilrl of beautiful homes annualK.
Etery Macy Oiicnlal is tcnuin:. We handle no oddments piched
up from the Oriental Rug firms in New York.
Compare our pric.-s with those obt.iumm t-Newhere. We show authentic
Kirinaiishah. ( n)!uaiis. .Mah.-k Musk.ib.ul. Anatolian Atats, Sarouks.
loocliistans, Slurjns. Khiv.i. etc. - and then come and SI !' thesv evquMte
Your average saving '4 to t-.5.
Kirinaiishahs are charactened b their
Jose pile, by their medallion dei(;n.
and bv their delicate colorings -inle
r.rerii. i)lue, rose, tan, ecru.
Characterized b their distiikt.veh : M 5W.8 ''"'V 5 . -Persian
designs -,i medallion with onV i Average prices elsewhere $7.50 to $15.00
nTr Mossoul and Kurdistan Rugs
iolonnes are d.ir,. red. uretn. hi, I the kunlisi.ins nntn.1 (nr .i... i. .-
r " ,
JI60.00 1." oxos.
180.00 1.")vh 11
1C5.00 1J 1U0.
195.00 1.5 JH Id.
185.00 1 t ,v
190.00 1 'vs 11
10." ,7 7.
1'.5).. . ,
187.50 1 ) lilus.
Shirvan Rugs at $12.48,
Average prices elsewhere
tv arrivals from Cmistintm-ml..
f..M.Bht solnniiKs. I hev so- .-what resemble WossouL. though trw c 4
.nrp lics nf mill' l I m.r nr irl.i An ,1.1, ...... I i .. . . . . "" vMirvans
..( ,1,,,.., I,.,.. II.
)f tlv-se.exoi.isne Pul:s,.ihavW,Ke ie
at $12.48, $17.74 and $19.94
Fine Seamless Wilton Rugs
Unmistakably the Best of Their Kind
on must see these magnificent Rugs m order to realise thei
beautx the rchness of tlieir pile, and the exquisite charm of I e r
blended colorings. Ihe are woven especially of a fmelv cnrdpH
.......v. ..ws... . , , ,,a .muiiuuv isiiitis'. are uvea with the
purest des imported from Oermam. and are patterned after
richest examples of cost l Oriental blugs.
Special Weave Wilton R I10r
J754 inches, pncixl at $4.04
.5(xM inches, prked at $6.74
i.'i7'J feet. prictl at $13.74
Two Snpriallv T
- T "-- J M-IMTt M. I 1V.CU LlUl5
For purpo ot illustration we quote the popular 9xlJ foot sie
in these. We hae a number of others, of course
French Weave Wiltons I Body Brussels Rugs
$33.89 ! $23.24
The regular Macy price is $48.74 The regular Macy price is $29 24
These are verv hue HuS. with An exceptionally larce assortment
resilient surface. lonp.-weantiR. and are in these, m the laiest cdorinK ami
Jvirmingl.v patterncxl. hi?e )M2 feet. exquisite desiins Sie 9x12 feet
Fine Axminster Carpets at Great Savings
89c Yard; Elsewhere $1.50
These are verv adaptabh ami with the aid of the 5-8 vard borders to mud,
will lit into almrst an room, 'attorns are in two.tni m .iVn.,,.,. n,auh!
ereen, and in Oriental dm and colorrn . AbSlutch h 5n?&r
of hue. arm. deep texture, of jjrrat re.iliencv "UJ,U-C' nihn-k,racie (..arpets
Linoleum ''Specials" Still Good Choosing
44c a Square Yard for Figured Cork Linoleum,
u t 4 Yards Wide, Elsewhere 75c Yard
SrXLy orJj!!ll?S,brtmA, r- !- Mi!
Special Lot of Inlaid Linoleums
$1.19 a Square Yard; Elsewhere $1.35
and parquetry effects, and tiles Jn light and dark .hades. Third ri . b-w.,.
Broadway, 14 h to 35th St.
Library Table, $9.24
Regular Macy price, $12.24
The Library Table here illus
trated is made of Solid Oak n
Early English finish; the top meas
ures 28x42 inches. There is a
large centre drawer and tivo book
shelves on each side.
Library Table, $8.24
Regular Macy price, SI 1.24
A Solid Oak Table in Larly linglifli
Small Size Oriental Rugs.
A new import moil of Uelocvhistan
PtJ'.s in beautiful silk cfiects. charac
terized by their hev coloruiKS -browns,
reds, red and blue combined,
or red and Kreen. Average sie J.85 7
At $9.89, $12.48 and $14.94.
Average prices elsewhere $12.50 to
An exceptional assortment , of this
popular Pur. wIiilIi is one of the smallest
woven. Beautiful colors and designs.
2XeJJ&vz? vi-- At $4.24. $4.94.
, , ,n tut- mji
oaric si eiitlnr nt th..ir ...i,....- .. i.. i.
're llark colorings and ot heavv
'"souls greatly div.'rsiliod
"! t'"tVt l,ui somewhat on the order of
Murvans. but in il.irker .'nlnrina.
vverane sie ,i At 11.94. $17.74
$19.94 and $22.89. '
Average prices elsewhere $20.00 to
$17.74 and $19.94.
$17.50 to S2R.50
.-i-,.,, ..., . i i.. ... . ,
.s ,5.(a.v(, M:l.i ":.t,"uJl reJ
- '('"in sfinny
,x') feet, priced at .
8',xl0la feet, priced at " '
0u feet, priced at
nw Pxnrl I
A boy is bound to hit Qual
ity in our stores.
Boys' hats, shoes, furnish
ings all of a sort that we like
to see worn with our boys'
Parents come to us because
they know our things will
Yet are not expensive, be
cause our boys' clothes share
to the full all our buying ad
vantages. See for yourself!
It's "Boys' Week."
P a. Of coiir. "ynur ninney buck If you nt
It ppllf to boys' clothM jum as much u me n's.
Boys' Stockings as an in
troduction to our Boys Stores !
1800 pairs; double sole;
lisle; Onyx brand.
15c. a pair to-day.
Men's Fall suits and Fall
Fall Motor Wear and Sport
Rogers Peet Company.
inree Broadway atores
t at at
13 th St.
The Sale of
AT CARNEGIE HALL
PRICES $5. S4. th WJO
'"J;"" finilAN'S TIIKATHK.
Kr 815 Mala. To-day ft .sat 2 li.
r mm or real nunior
ca COHAN B
Wilim.WINt) OF l.t (IIITKn -
ISTOII if wav
nnriir urvr uau st.
THE WOMAN HATERS' CLUB
with Mi.i.ir. PiHiint.
:d St ih Av p..n Mat. To-dav A r'rl
iiik i.iiti.i: million aihi:.
CAK.M .tilK HA I.I.
Fle IhyrdT r.ienlnf.,
Nov 7, tier, s, Jan w,
Pet. "iO. March ao.
Pile Salurdai Mallneea.
Nov . Dee 7, jn n,
rcb aa. March 22.
Seatnn llckei on tale at
llni Office. Mnn DlM 7
lr. Karl Mui-L,
RFI ISRft U l.enln at ai Mat,
HLHilUU Slreel I'liur. A .at J ji.
IIWII) lll'I.AHCl) PKKSI'VI.S
Ina.Nen THE OSCC IIC ItHVV
REPUBLIC W,'M Penln s 1 sharp
ntrWBLIW ,;j,t .Mals'io day ft Sat 5:lS.
William CHI. it and David lllaso pr-ieni
I GOVERNOR'S LADY
JOE WEIER'S 'ay ft 20ih St nve 8.10.
vtub ncn o M.i. i.dav .-.or k. s,.ri(l;
A 8CRAPE 0 THE PEN
i.v (.'Miiiin Miutni Miihoi ut lluniy Pmiis r ninnira
BIJOU '.l.''v?),,.h..S., ,.KvenlnH at K3J. I
...... r. . ..? ' I
, 1 - KAlWfcl'a ArKlLAIN HUNT
IRVING PLACE, THEATRE
rv.'iiv . 111c ..'..PL
niK kpf.nf PitiMsVritir.it.
nOLUMBIAft Vf'tn B'o )
H , r. 1. ToinNavvnftCo , Avon
II Dally Mats, .'4 4 too Comedy 1,4 in otliera
51k AVE " " Mr HI SS W
!. .. c,-'St Hymn A U
Dally Mai :5-Kic HoltWaUerlr
in & 7 hi k acts.
Murrav inn. Mat To-.lav Kv S:is llurletatie.
Have Marlon A III. Dreamland Va.
Clh Av d-lllli H'lyMals ?, llestSeatill.Rv ,
Series of t'omplele New Speciaclea,
I'ASINO. II y AS llvs R:in Mat To-dav (I Mi
M "! . ThaUaelae OF Uane.Next Wk
lo-oay z'1.1 i.iviiiatiiiTlli:iliuaii
seats rvow 1
HF..ST KMI. i:.vh
W ot ath Ave
iirtiMai diiutw Din io Tur PTniunp
To-day S I
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SI PPOItlKI) nr yinr.it riTiii'Bine.r
Ailrlpft h"l.iu'.er, rtmri'
...... - -
l.ouf Di For. World.- Waller Bare trj in
rllrailon that the Knillth admiration at hla
Minn ..t-nr lairiy rarnva.
frFAJJ FIRST PLAY j J8 Vf BJLAM
Neat H k Ihe Mailer of Ihe Home. rLajinUUtM,;,n,T.dav To-niV ft sm
rn7 - -rrr -- . :"'. inilDUT akin aiin cm otih?.i
ihiiimi. .lain nr ii'f 1 ail u -ir iiara
NKW TORK'N I.KADINO THEATKIM
EMPIRE ll'r.y A oili .St. Kvm. t 8:15.
-. untinrr To-rty ft sat, 2:1s
In "the llcst ot all Drew
larta. Herald. ai
'red Sutro'a conecly
THE PEKFI.KXKO ni'.HIAMn.
VV. Slh HI. live. LIS Sharp,
Mat- To-m'w ft Nat, al 2:IS.
rn to fe
MIND TIIK PAINT" OIKI.
CRITFRinH tl'way. 41th HI. live, al IJ.
WnilEniURJ nr,t Matinee Sat. at 5:14.
lll.VKllir H.IK iHr.l Ttm.l
The Newem, Dnlnilrnl Muttral Comedy,
Pretty MuMe, Cnmmeaand So Pretty C ilrlt.
fiAMICK ' 'V- F.VfK. 8:15,
". Mam. t.
Mala. Tiwlay ft .Sat. al 2:15.
Aanlendlrt vlelnrvfor John Mi
ilendld vlelnrvfor !
In the new play
tty Henry nernsteln. Author of "The Thief."
The I.tebter Co.. Manaiera of
trh to ra on rrrortl aa announcing that the
at the lUllWON TllrATHI. n
ea-lly the moat SfPHIlUt.Y SUC
CIlJiSKt,'!. pitHMtKHI! of a modern
conicay in meir experience as pru-
Prrhn (he U'llllt.I) fliilnelv inni the situa
tion when It remaikln Itsonenlnr uarajranli,
"An earlier and bristlier Iir.HNAUt) SHAW
than he of TannyV Flrt Play- la now In town
ethlhlilnn 'Man and Superinan' at the II L' I)-
,Thlv apparenlly, l tlie ronvnu of
newspaper opinion a wcu n ine
jriHi.vu:.M iir ai nir.v-i.aior mr
AMKHICAN point" otil that "The
rleverett of all play wrlilen hy
llKuNAHHSHAVViaat me nriiMj.
rilKATIIr. The 1'HK.SS noid inai
Ij.rxlne l now al 111 brat "The SI'.N
m: "No peclmen of .Shavian Idea
ire has iver enjrd mrh popular
favor" The MOItNINC! Tl:i.K-
(illAI'H recird that "fp..n Ihla. H
rlttb revival. Man and superman"
proved a greater triumph fur DKH
NAWl .SHAW and HOHKItT l.)
ttAIM". than upon lt Drai prejenla
llnli In IKiS In the imr plajhoiKe "
ne TIlltiL'.M. Imn me pronuiimn
In "ihe frnni rank" and m. It ffoe
MATINEE TO-DAY JiS
IV Herrvallon for Mlt 1 OHAINK'S llfli.
SON THKATHH Siawu may now tu- mr.de
at ihe box office
M1IR-IC tSISt .Wrtof ll'wav i:rKalD IU
npinnia Manures lo M' & Sat, a I l
ARNOLD DALY '"pTaY" STEVE
DlRkT Mth.St .Col Circle. i:v.' s?0 Mali..
rnnt v, A. Sat SWTiwlav Vtal .Mic-J! 5ii
A Wlllltl.WIMMII' VtlKTll A MP.I.OU1.
CLIFTON CRAWFORD l:s,,!.,1,,,"
till TOM 4tlhSt.,V ofll'wav llv. am 15'
rULIWn Mailnren'lo-dayASsI a I S l.v
najtr uanuree with iikiiwki
iwiik in ra a - &
Mait'ln-dav A Sat
Frunr. I-rhnr'1 Minimi tfnmAiirr.
THE COUNT? LUXEMBOURG
W Od .St t:venlri at N I5.
MilneeTi-dav & .sat 2:15
by Arnold lien-ui-ll
KMCKKKIIOCkLlt. H'uay ft .IMh SI
Kvciiluits at H1J M.ilv. Wed ft Sat '."I".
ma 1 inli: ui.pa v t an k.
" i.d i.Map It all. Paris. lT.iul.ni and Nrvv
V.uU rnllaborated and !ent u- one Of Ihe
1.10M drllditf.il musical plays ot Hits or au
tother M-a-on " N V lleralj Kdliuilal
kl.W Kltl..N(iKII present
Till! NKW MCSICAI.COMKIIV
OH! OH! DELPHINE
l. C M S Met ellan ft Ivan Carjll
1 vr ami knsi:miii.k OK bill
C1IFTV K'nay and Clh St Kvesat8SO.
BMItl I Mailneea To-day ft Sat 2.SO.
vnoiuer i onau ct narns nuccess.
'Join ihe laUKhlna thtotiiti "
WlLLACK'lS"'Hnv a aim st i:vC s,
nXkLAUK w Mam. To-day A. Sat 2'Jo
Popular Matinee T.i-daT. AWr. Inai.iln.
one vveeu Till M IIRDIIV In "IIO.M.M
. . ... w a .
.IIM III. I'M.
8L0BE aIVs, M T0-HI6HT
THE CHARITY GIRL
Mu1c DAI BU LI P D"V
I tf Tli lid, (turrhn'-f-it fur Ut .Siitinln
emtntr musl hr t x hanerd for to-nlelif
iM'fuir iidun io-dn
UNION SO. '.1!fvl"r rnvliie ft Laur
UniUH y ,rnoni. iiriir Maker. Mis
ll'noy ft lllh St tiardner Crane 4 Co . others
COLONIAL mks. i.4..irv. cro7"
-w w Joseonine. v era Ulclie n.
ll'way A M SI
7 Ave ft 1 sr. St
John P Wade ft Co , oihera'
Maud Hall Macy ft Co "In Ihe
(iray of the lUun." In Hie
llarracks, w lusor McCay, os.
IIIiNA (iOODHICH ft 'co
l,.''..,r Vnn- xa Carrlllu,
Hal D.ivls ft Co.. others.
Hilly Mais. ?Jc
Slock Co In David llarum.
ii - T
WcstlMSi PvsalM is Mls1oda4Satat; iS
WITHIN THE LAW
linOIIKI.VN AMI SKVIKNTS.
Thone 189.") Main
I I'll Y A.
O II I, l O I-"
i 1. das r 11 1:
N T K W A II T
iZ A VI7T VMATINEKS l)AU.
I'hone 524 Wmshj
1: i . 1. 1: 1:
II O T II i ;
&c; 1 i: 1; 11
u 1 it I.N
WINTER QARDEN I'hnneKdocois i:v.
ln,t'- l Mat To-innr'vvl
1111: PvssiNi; Nllon op una.
Opera Ho., 34th ft tlh Ave.
ami MARI nWF
80 T HERN
II IW M I. ' L. . II.. ts.. . .. . " '
1 il ' inmn nl bullet; SU. Mill.. A
1 on 1, .11 gin, ivtriiin nicm
ui- in 11
is it.-onv i-o-nv
A RUf a u PS asaias t
ween wwaiiii nrtu rniw rvn (;,,
I I afe. IM K& BDnUiy
Mailnr LlllolC. Ih.,.i8ih, bet ll"y A fTAve
nnoADWA v ami .10 r 11 mi. i:v. at s.
MATINEE T0.DAY ti an
i'.,.,, f..r "1.1 HKATN
ur . 1 ... "ilV- in ,fW Irtr,'
as HENRY V.
avis av i..u ... .
...... ,. n.,,,BI vfr 1 on .'. trrny
Arthur W'nrrsn T. dk... araa.
r2 Si i T. A1 1 ;-' "at revealed
aca lauilnalloa and raanure.
- "-"" bo reanuTCa,
I ha bait
The Summer harvest is
over and going by our clock
another October is here.
Last October was a bumper because of the large
yield of our store acres to our friends, who
quickly took away the crop ready for them.
It is pleasant to grow old with good health and a
good friend such as the store and its staff is.
As the store grows better we renew old friendships
and daily make new ones.
To make this October as great and good as last
year, the mainspring and numberless little
wheels of the store have been steadily in motion
for some time back.
The first " Show Off " of October is this week a
cordial welcome to sightseers.
"Colors and Sun
shine" in Men's
The colors and the sunshine
are here, in the Burlington Ar
cade; and in the clubs, the
street, and the country where
one finds men who lead, and
who keep in touch with the
store that leads.
"Purples and yellows, greens
and reds." Here, in
the Rcdleaf topcoats,
the Norfolk suits
the Lincoln-Bennett plaid
the all-wool Mackinaws
the Angora jackets and
the Redleaf hosiery and
In the crisp, bracing air of
these October days there's a
tonic in the "colors and sun
shine" of these distinctive
clothes for men. And a great
satisfaction in the knowledge
that their fashioning and their
prices are right.
Burlington Arcade floor, New Building.
Golden October Specials
For Wednesday, October 2
No. 4 Men's Business Shirts
1800 Madras and Percale $1.10 for S1.50 Grade
1800 Madras and Percale $1.35 for S2 Grade
1800 Madras $1. 8.5 for $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Grade
Every shirt new. Every pattern selected. Every shirt made
up over Wanamaker specifications.
Unusual conditions make these offerings possible. The unrest
and disturbances among New England mills (reported nearly
every day in the public press) resulted in cancellation for and
accumulations of shirt fabrics when not delivered on time to
Thus finding available these three lots of woven madras and
percale we were able to turn them quickly into shirts that we can
offer at the very beginning of the Autumn season at the remark
able prices quoted above $1.10, $1.35 and $1.85 for shirts that
regularly cost $1.50 to $3.50.
The fabrics are exceptionally good the woven madras rank
ing almost equal to the foreign, the percale being of a very close
weave, up to 100 count to the inch. The patterns are fresh and
new both light and dark, with plenty of black and whites.
Shirts all made coat style, bosoms pleated and plain, cuffs
All sizes, 14 to 17. Burlington Arcade floor, New Building.
No. 5 Household Linens
(a) $8,000 worth of fine French needle-made
cluny lace linens for $4,000.
Doilies, 6 inch, round
Doilies, 12 inch, round
Centerpieces, 24, 30, 36 inch
Scarfs, 20 x 45 inch, up to 20 x 72 inch...
Table covers, 54 inch to 108 in., round.. .
(b) 33 1-3 per cent, less for fine tablecloths and
2x2 yards, $2.75, regularly $3.75 2 x3 yards, $3.90, regularly $5.25
2 x 2 4 yards, $3.25, regularly $4.50 Napkins to match, $3.75, regularly $5 doa.
(c) 200 dozen fine imported towels.
21 x 40 inches, hemstitched damask border, $3 dozen, worth
$4.20. Firat floor, Old Building.
(d) Immense purchase of mill ends of bleached
From an Irish manufacturer of high-grade linens. Seven
neat patterns, 2 and 2K yards long, 70 inches wide. Mail orders
filled while the lot lasts, at 75c yard, worth 90c.
Subway floor, Old Building.
No. 6 Leather Goods
$7,500 Worth Imported and Domestic Leather
10c to $10.50 for 20c to $20 qualities, fresh and in perfect
condition. All kinds of leather articles included, suggesting
Christmas presents in advance; laundry lists, telephone register!,,
folding mirrors, sewing rolls, flasks, bill books, coat hangns,
shoulder straps, jewel cases, writing baskets, manicure sets, too!
kits, military brushes, limousine cases, shaving pads, eight-da1,
clocks, calendars, watch stands, writing cases, thermometers,
pencil cases, motor kits, odds and ends boxes, handbags and
purses. Many beautiful imported novelties included.
Main Aisle, Old Building.
No. 7 Women's New Tailored Suits
250 Regularly $20 to $25, for $13.50
Cheviot and diagonal suitings, chiefly black and blue and a
few brown. Almost a dozen styles, plain or bound with braid or
with a touch of velvet on the collar. All have guaranteed satin
lining and shields.
Just such suits as seven out of every ten women want. All
sizes from 34 to 42. Subway floor, Old Building.
Formerly A. T.I Stewart to Co.
Broadway, Fourth Am
Apropos of Our
Men's $5 Shoes
"There's a new man on the floor
this morning," said our shoe
chief yesterday. "He comes
frctn (mentioning one of
the largest and best of New
York's shoe shops) and he says
he never taw such shoe values,
especially in the $5 group for
men. He's just going around
with eyes bulRing."
The manufacturers of our $5
shoes make no shoes of a less
than $6 retail grade; nor any
shoes quite like these they make
for us, which have distinctive
touches specified by us.
At $5 a man may choose
from 22 styles, covering the
need of any age, any weather,
any conformation or condition
of foot, any taste; in patent
leather, dull calfskin, kidskin,
or Shrewsbury grain; button,
lace, or blucher models, in
black or tan.
We cannot, in cold print,
be as enthusiastic about these
$5 shoes as the men who sell
them artd the men who wear
Burlington Arcade floor, New Build,
$7.50 to $8.50 doz.
$19 to $32 doz.
$7 to $25
$16 to $24
$30 to $110
$3.75 to $4.25 dot.
$9.50 to $16 doz.
$3.50 to $12.50
$8 to $12.50
$15 to $55
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