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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEJR 14, 1912.
:-A NATIONAL INSTITUTION":
CtOTIUKO. FURNISHINGS AND HATS
KOB MEN, BOTH AND 0 H I L D B IM
If one had expert knowledge of Woolens and
understood Tailoring, he would assuredly buy
our Rcady-To-Wear Attire.
If you could trace the course of every Suit and
Overcoat through our up-to-date New York
Tailoring Shops, you would realize why we are
in a position to give you extraordinary Clothing
Value and Style, with a direct saving to you of
$5.00 to $10.00 on every Suit or Overcoat.
The Best Assortment of $25.00
Suits and Overcoats ever sub
mitted to a critical Public.
Big Variety of Gloves $1.10 to $15.00
Best Kind of Underwear 50c to $5.00
Smart Designs in Shirts $1.50 to $3.50
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Broadway & Sixth Avenue, between 31st unci 32nd Streets.
Cooper Square opposite 5th Street.
Brooklyn: Fulton at DeKutb Ave.
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ITMl LAnuEBT MAKER Or MEN'S
' 8HOIB IN THE WORLD 1
Look in W.Ti.louirlns store
windows anil insnoct tlia vnrv'
latest fashions : nlso tho cmisprva-
tlvo styles which hnvo ltindo V. L.
Doucrlas shoes household word
everywhere. Shoes in nil lenthers. nil '
styles nntl shnnes. to suit men in nil
WnlkS of life. If von rnnlil visit AV. I..
Doilirlns lnrern fnrnrli nt. llmu-ktnn.Mn.KR..
and see for yourself how carefully tv. L.
Doilirlns Nllot'U nrn inndp. vnil vrnnlri th(n un
derstand why they are warranted to lit better, j
iooic octicr, noiu tncir shano ana wear
longer than any other make for the price.
THE BZ3T Mg.OO AffO S2.BO
BOYS' SHOES IM THE WORLD
nAIITiniU nrrthat W. I.. niuatn nam.
B wrtm I. .luiiiu.fl nn (he bultoM.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
W.f.Dont u hot rr rot for Mir in roar Tlrlnlty,
ti iivg. M .uiAiukiu, uroci wn. ami.
W.L DOUG LAS STORES,
IH NEW YORK:
OS Xaitan Strrrt.
788 llrnailwar. corner lh Slrrt.
888 llroa.Mruy, cor. I4lli St. (I.'nli.n Sq.)
1349 llruBiltrnrornrr ."Hllli Slmd
llOH'.r.itxIwiy il linen square).
9X4 Ttilnl .tienif.
145 Thlr.l Avrnn.-.
3S Thlnl .tiriim-. corner ISOth Street.
8770 Third At.. I.. t. 1401 li A: I47lh st.
34S i:ihili Avenue.
063 Klstilh .rnut.
MO V.'ci.t ICSlh Strret.
431 Fulton Street, corner Pearl Street.
70S. 710 llroailway. corner Thornton M.
13B7 ItrftadwtiT. corner flate. Avenue.
47K Fifth Aienuri, corner 11th Mreet.
170 I'llliln Airline.
JlIUsEV CITY 34 Newark ATeaa.
NKWAKK-S.il llroail Street.
FATKKWX-IO-.I Market Nt.,rnr.CUrk
T1SENTON-101 E. State Ht.,ror.llrnHil
A New Era in Values.
New Fall Shirts
Short 1 $1.19
BoSOm J Worth a.oo.
Heat deigns. Cutli attacDcd.
$1.50 Gloves at 98c
Gray, Tan, Chamois
Gray Ic White Merino, Ribbed Balbriggan
at 98c. Each. Worth $1.50.
Mtr'i Ribbed WorttH Hatural Wool UgMwIiM.
Offer's Lambs Wool $1.49 (worth $2.50) ,
OnSen Suits, 98c, $1.49, $1.98, $2.49;
R. H. Maey & Co.'t Attractions AreThatr Low Price.
JbK W Vfam Herald Square, J
Broadway, 34th to3Sth 3t.
10 Years in the New Homel
That the Oldest Deoartment Store in America is very much
alive, very active, verv alert, is being dewonst rated in a very practi
cal manner during tilis "Grande Fete Annicersaire."
In every Department of the Store are special values that are not
matchable "elsewhere in New York.
We are celebrating bv a galaxv of special values embracing the
most seasonable, fresh, 'new merchandise the Tenth Anniversary
of our pioneer. move Uptown from the Original Store. The savings
are from one-tenth to one-half over and above Macy s usual lowest-in-the
Included among the hundreds of special values are, in addition
to Mm fmv nvnnwiloc mnnririitcvl Imrn IninHrpHs nf ntliprs 111 OVerV
line of goods we sell. Come and see them for yourself. Hundreds
of savings that will not be in our newspaper announcements. Some
of these are listed in a Twenty-four-page Booklet that will be handed
to vou as you enter the door. Others vou will see as you look about
the Store. You will agree with the thousands of others who have
been thronging the Store since the opening hour of the "Grande
Fete Annicersaire' ' that this is a truly wonderful opportunity
for economy in practically every requirement of the home and of
its individual members men, women and children.
RRMr-MRnH flip nnnfimivmnnts that follow are onlv a few
suggestions. There are HUNDREDS of other items to be found
in every section of the Store.
' CLUETT PEABODY 6 CO. TROT N.Y
COUNT SAYS HE HAS $1.61
and mmm that
Ho llnsii'l WorKed for Years,
but Her Father Was Ilich
If all men were Apollos
What a cinch outfitting
As it is we have ready to
wear "regulars" (for near
Apollos. "stouts," "longs,"
"shorts "short-stouts" and
Not to speak of our special
provisions for Slim Youths
and for Big Men.
Fall and Winter suits, $18
Overcoats of all the smart
types to fit all the infinite
variety of sizes of men who
wear our suits.
Count Fordiunncl Von IIutTnvin, grand
son or olio of Nnpo:eon'H field murxliala
and ex-MoutonatJt in thn Gorrnun army,
testified in Hiipplemontary procwdinjrs
in thn City Court yiwturday tfuit hin wiio
uoi omy Hiinporta lilin, hut miiimaiu.H iuh
mother In UrcHdi'ii iiUo, llo cutno lioro
Mr nr Annum n v u. il wr;iiiiv iv,hi,'iil in
Von HolTnian. who lion lived in omi or
hlit wIIVh )ioii.4.u at HIS Tinton uvontiu.
Tho llroux, tor hoiii yram nnd lisut
Stropped IiIh titl-j ol' Count, wax lirouxht
into comt to testify us to hin nliility to
pay a iiidcnmnt f tii obinliuxl hy tl
Kciuitablu TruMt Company, nn oxeciition
having U'iii returned uuHJitided. lie
lAHtiilwl that Hnvernl veuru uifu lie i!ilvn Ull
his profeualon of Jandiepe arcliitocti
because hn ruldn't make it pay and lie
eesnt do abrthiog now, llo provides I
Speaking of Saturday's
Washable steamer rugs of
pure Irish wool are a practical
novelty we've just brought
Fine for motoring fine to
snuggle in on the grandstands.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
t at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
THE NEWEST BRACELET WATCH
One of the many offerings specially priced
to signalize our "Grande Fete Annicersaire" ''
Reeular Macy price, $9.84 elsewhere priced $15.00
This Bracelet Watch has a 20-year gold-filled case, con
taining an American movement' of excellent quality. It
is a thoroughlv dependable timekeeper in spite of its dainty
size only slightly larger than a twenty-five cent piece.
It has a high grade gold-filled extension bracelet, with a
system of tiny concealed springs, allowing it to fit the arm
or wrist without gripping it uncomfortably.
The stem wind and set, the dainty blue or purple Roman
numerals, and the delicate filigree hour and minute Hands,
make this a desirable personal possession or an acceptable
Finer Bracelet Watches in gold and platinum, ranging in price
Up h $629.00. Main FI-or. Broadway.
A group of the tery latest
Robespierre and Dutch Collars,
Slocks, Jabots, Chemisettes
and Guimpes, all at Specially,
I... Urn "l..nw,J h.l, II.
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Satin Dutch Collar, $1.79
With olastron iabot of fine
white net and shadow lace trimmed with
satin and pearl buttons. White, black-and-white,
black-and-emerald green, black-and-cerise,
black-and-king blue. Elsewhere
$3.00. . .
Satin Robespierre Collar, 89c
New low stvle with jabot of Bohemian
lace: black, white, cerise, navy, king blue.
Copenhagen, emerald and brown, tlstichere
Satin Robespierre Collar (as illustrated) 47c
Low effect, with satin bow at neck and deep frills of net and
shadow lace. Black, white, cerise, emerald, navy, king or
Copenhagen, and brown. 'Elsewhere 75c.
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Satin Piccadilly Stock, 69c
Jabot of satin and shadow lace.
Black and white, black and cerise,
black and emerald, black and king
Satin Stock with Jabot, 89c
Full triple jabot of shadow lace:
trimmed with pearl buttons: lined
with white pique. Black, navy or
king blue, cerise, emerald green.
Emb'd Linen Collars, 12c
Verv effective designs in a variety
of patterns. Sizes u to 15 inches.
Limerick Lace Guimpe, 47c
Sleeveless style made in a fine
muslin Ixxiy, with elastic at lower
edge. Fine white Limerick lace;
deep voke and high collar style.
Plain Net Chemisette, 39c
Fine quality net in black, white or
cream: Chemisette is 9 inches deep
and made with elastic at lower edge.
Shadow Lace Guimpe,
White or cream Crackely
shadow lace mounted on a body
fine net. Sizes 3-i to 4
. Main I'loorltroatlw ay centre
not iIiik for the nupport or hl family, ho
iU'l.und his wiru has bought ull I In. eloth
Inir ho hiw had In Urn last year, though
when u wan workiiiK lie oanicd 15 u wok
tin jiiewm fimdH ho net at M.tll, which
Us wile. Carolinu on Hon'man, cavo
hlin TiKwI.iy it..
-Slut i.itii.i fi i ..ii
i . ,vr' ,,, iiui allowance,
ut given m money when I ntk hor for
"i'iii".u. -nor moomu in rrom
apartment houeea letttoherbvherfnthar"
SILK CHANTILLY AND
From France 39c
to SJi inches wide.
Included are many desirable patterns
in edging, bandings and galloons.
The widths make them particularly
desirable for trimming on evening
gowns and wraps, and for iabots and
In white and ivory only.
Main Floor, rtntrr
For Men and Women
Elsewhere $3.50 to $4.00
Tho handle? on the men's umbrellas
are the Prince ol Wales and Opera
shapes, trimmed with sterling .silver.
AUi some stag horn and cape horn.
In the women's umbrellas straight
handles predominate, with .sterling
caps, etched or engraved, sterling
silver bands, and gunmetal caps and
Mali floor, asih St,
FOR WOMEN 84c
Macy's Regular Price $1.24
Made of strong quality calf with
leather covered buckle. 2 inches wide.
Satin lining. In black, white, brown
and navy colorings. Sizes 24 inches
to Jo inches.
Main Floor. Rrar
Macy Regular Price $1.89
Oval shaped, wide convex frame,
sterlin:; silver lv.ll feet, velvet back,
cabinet M.e; outside measurement
5h inches x inches: inside meas
urement 3i inches x 5'( inches.
Mala Flcor, U'war
R. H. Macy Co.'a Attractions Are Their Low Price.
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GOLDEN OAK FURNITURE
Handsome Pieces for the Dining Room
" Grande Fete Anniversaire " Prices
Chair, Buffeti. k
These selected at random from a very comprehensive stock
Golden Oak Extension Tables range in prices
from $11.24 to $31.49. I He Golden Oak Table
illustrated is priced at $22.49, and has a 48-inch
top that can be extended to 8 feet. The pieces
We show in Golden Oak are distinguished by the
lustrous finish (hand-rubbed) and bv the choice
grain of the seasoned oak from which they are
The Golden Oak Dining Chair, priced at $2.89,
has a slip seat and high, comfortable shaped back.
Th upholstery is genuine black leather and a
touch of grace is added by the claw-shaped feet.
Chairs of Golden Oak. of this type, are priced
from $1.49 to $6.74.
The Golden Oak Buffet here pictured costs
$41.67. The top measures 54 inches x 21 inches,
and at the back is a French bevel mirror, one foot
high, running practically the whole length of the
piece. I he three drawers are easy-running ana
roomy, especially the linen drawer at the bot
tom. One drawer is baize-lined, for silver.
Also, there are two cupboards of generous size.
Buffets in this style cost, from $39.24 to $58.50.
The Golden Oak Crystal Closet is priced $19.89
(we carrv similar ones priced up to $65.25)
and stands 59 inches high. The width (42 inches)
and the depth (19 inches) make it especially com
modious and desirable.
Golden Oak Sideboards to match the pieces
shown above priced $11.89, $15.74, $22.49 and up
Golden Oak China Closets. 58 inches to 64
inches high, to match the other pieces we illus
trate, are priced $10.67. $14.89, $15.49 and up to
$28.67. Foarth rir.
A Sale Worthy of the " Grande Fete Anniversaire."
CARPETS & RUGS
Plain Wilton VelreU,
Wilton Velvet Carpets
Reg. Macy price. S1.44.
Macy's sale price $1.09.
Reg. Macy price, $1.09.
Macy's sale price 79c
A great sale in this Department has just got into its stride. $65,000.00 worth of Rugs and
Carpets to be sold for S43,ooo.OO means golden opportunities for the thrifty home-fumisher. No
remnants, no "left-overs." and no soiled goods. All are direct from the mill, and many are actually
adeance patterns of beautiful designs soon to be popularized. .The Carpets are in a very wide range
of two-tone reds, greens, browns and in all-over Persian effects, while in the Wilton Velvets there
are solid color effects in soft pastel shades of green, brown and red, and in "mottle" effects.
ihese Wilton Velvets come in
both three-quarter yardtand one
yard widths, with stair width to
A feature 'of this sale is a large
assortment of small "scatter" Rugs
which are so useful around the
house in fitting odd spaces and
protecting the centres of hard
wear. These are priced especially
Body Brussels Carpets
Reg. Macy price, J1.S0.
Macy's sale price $1.14
Reg. Macy price, 81.34.
Macy'a sale price 79c
First Grade Tapestry Brussels Carpets
EUtithtrt $1.00. Reg. Macy price, 89c
Macy's special sale price 74c.
Plain H width Wilton Velvet Carpets
Elituhttt $1.50. Reg. Macy price. 81.44.
Macy's special sale price $1.14
'Second Grade Tapestry Brussels Carpets
Eluuhtrt 85c, Reg. Macy price, 78c.
Macy s special sale price 59c.
Plain Yard width Wilton Velvet Carpets
Elsttthett $2M. Reg. Macy price. 81.89
Macy's special sale price $1.44
ROYAL WILTON, TAPESTRY BRUSSELS & VELVET RUGS-SPEGIAL PRICES
The Royal Wilton Rugs are patterned in all-over Persian
effect, suited to the office and dining room, that will add
a subdued richness to your living room, library or drawing
Tapestry Brussels Rugs, $10.74
Size 9 ft. x 12 ft. Elsewhere 815.50. Macy's
regular price. 814.24.
The Tapestry Brussels Rugs follow the same style as to
pattern, but are perhaps somewhat bolder in coloring.
Th? Velvet Rugs are distinctly Oriental in effect, and
although very high-pile and luxurious to the foot, have a
tinr.ii for affording excellent service.
Velvet Rugs at $11.83
Size 9 ft x 12 ft. Elsewhere 820.00. Macy'i
regular price. 818.48.
Royal Wilton Rugs at Remarkable Savings-
These Rugs have a resilient non-matting pile of great durability and are in tones and com
uiliauuiis ui gteeu, ian uiuwu auu ecru.
27 in. x 54 In.
Mt in. x 6.1 in.
84.75 to 85.25
57.50 to $8.50
Marva If acv'iSneelAl
itej. rrice. rnce.
$4.25 to 84.89
$6.74 to 87.74
8( ft. X 10tf ft.
9 ft. X 12 ft.
Uaer'a Uacr'i Special
ner. Price. Price.
INLAID & FIGURED CORK LINOLEUMS
The Inlaid Linoleums are in 2-yard width, and the Figured Cork Linoleums in 4-yard width.
The 4-yard width enables one to cover the average room without a seam. Among them are almost
every kMnd of geometrical, tile and parquetry effect, in subdued colors and harmonizing tints. Some
are slightly imperfect.
Inlaid Linoleums at 89c. square yard Figured Cork Linoleums at 44c. square yard
Regular price at Macy's, $1.19 Regular Macy price, 69c.
' Third FI.. Bway.
Table Cutlery of Steel & Silver Plate
Of reliable quality, especially priced for the " CranJt
Prices range from $2.71
Handles of stag, "ivoroy".
pearl silver plate or sterling
Game or Poultry Shears
are 9Sc to 56.79. Steak or
game carvers are $1.13 to
Table, Fruit and Butter
Prices range from $2.74
(doz.) to $11.24 (doz.)
The dinner knives, with
"ivoroy" handles, cost $2.74
to $8.94 a dozen.
Fruit knives or butter
spreaders, with "ivoroy" or
pearl handles, are $5.63 to
$11.24 a dozen,
Decorative and Fancy Linens
Radically reduced in honor of the Macy "Cnnit
Regularly $1.29 and $1.49.
Round or square 45-inch
size. Has one row of spoke
hemstitching running within
the scallop edge.
Just the right size for a
breakfast or luncheon cloth.
I I II
THE BUREAU OF
Is a the service of those desirous of assembling
furnishings for rooms or homes in accordance with
the bet principles of Interior Arrangement and
The average customer is beset with problems of
practical importance in the fitnes.i and harmoniza
tion of furnishing , and, without assistance, these
problems are rewnsilij lor considerable anxiety
anu inuecmoii, vuesuuns ui oi.-.ngii, si vie, inness,
period and consistency will lv dfscussed with you,
with relative price approximations, by our experts
in decorativ. work. Macy's makes no charge for
Main FI., n.lth St.. Itrar
All-linen Scarfs and
Regularly 19c. to $3.97.
Now 15c to $1.98
Made with imitation Ma
deira eyelet embroidery.
The doylies are in the
6-inch and 18-inch sizes and
are scalloped. The scarf
measures 18 inches bv 54
inches and is charmingly
designed and worked.
These exquisite Trays are really fine mahogany
frames, containing (under glass) rare specimens
many of them genuine antiques of the finest Japa
nese and Chinese hand embroidery.
Filled with .solid brass handles, they become
trays, and are not only useful but add a touch of
GrienUl richness tot he Table or Buffet upon which
Prices range from $3.74 for a small Tray measuring
12 inches x 14 inches (showing a typical piece of
figured embroidery in gold on black silk) up to 55.49
for a Tray measuring l2Ji inches x 184 inches,
under the gjass of which is a wonderful piece of
needlework in blue and black silk