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THE SUN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
i -A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
CLOTHING, FUIKISHINGS AND HAfT ,
::The values we are showing are possible only on
account of our Unique Tailoring Advantages
and the way we have of distributing pur goods
through our own retail stores.
TWb "Savnv" Overcoat has a l4Two-Wav" collar
f' that can be converted to a military collar in
3 We have many other styles, with or without belts,
and in exclusive fabrics, some of which have a
g very attractive dash of coldr .... $20.00 to $90.00
fDuluth Mackinaw Coats Norfolk Jackets and
Shawl Collars $7.00, $8.00 $&S0
hi We ask you to inspect our assortment of Autumn
and Winter Suits and Overcoats without obliga
"zl tion on your part to purchase.
Z Velour Hats and exceptional Glove Values, espe-
daily that "Browning" Glove at $1.10
y: BROWNING, KING CO.
J" Broadway & Sixth Avenue, between 3Ut and 32nd Streets.
R. H. Macy A C.s Attraction Are Their Lew Prieee.
Herald Square dtawMJroadway, 34th to 35th St.
Cooper Square opposite Sth Street.)
Brooklyn: Fulton at.DeKalb Ave.
TOD AT and
are the last two days of the
. Eaih sale has had that prime requisite
of satisfactory trading Mutuality. Cus
tomers have been pleased. We have made
new friends and more firmly cemented
long existing friendships.
The special values have been wonderful.
Our announcements have been conservatively
made in accordance with long established cus
tom. The Orande Fete Anniversaire has been
a complete success.
You are earnestly invited to come today and
tomorrow, or both, and secure your share of
the economies we' have provided for every mem
ber of the Home and for. the Home itself.
Special talues, of extraordinary interest in
every Department of the Store.
When the Store's doors close on Saturday
night the Grande Fete Anniversaire will have
gone into history a memorable arid an honor
able event in the retail merchandising of the
first Department Store in America, which was
also the first Store to move uptown and open
up the present greatest retail section of the
The Macy Store is always a busy place.
Merchants from the world over come, see and
marvel at its constant activity the streams
of people going and coming: the very large
percentage of all the people that enter the
doors, km actually make purchases.
But the Grande Ftte Anniccrsalre has
Have you secured your share of the special
values provided in every Department of the
Store for this event?
These wonderful values are what have
led to the record breaking. People who
bought on the first or second day are coming
back for more. Their friends and relatives
are coming. Such a volume of business I
You'd think it was the week before X'mas!
Come to-morrow. As we have said before
a ttritahtt feast of spttlal talues in every
Department, covering practically every re
quirement of the home and its occupants.
Suggestions, only, in this announcement.
As you enter the door be sure to get one
of the twenty-four page booklet listing
several hundred special talues that do not
appear in any of our newspaper announcements.
HERALD SQUARE m tyJtffutXi tntwr ' NOV YORK
7"P 1 B
Sim WIFE STOLE AND
sOPPOSES GRANTING ALIMONY
Xasband Says She Not Only
xTook Money From Him, but
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ROSENTHAL AND R0URKE FREED
A husband suing hla wife for separation
eat the around not only that aha stole
atoney from bis pocket but that abe
,was accused of stealing from neighbors
met rati before Supreme Court Justice
Beabury yesterday to oppose her motion
(or alimony. The suit In question was
brought by Julius Fleischman against
Mr., Lena Fleischman, now living at
set East Eighty-first street.
'Flelechroan, who is an inspector for
M electric light company, told the court
that almost from the time he was married
fn 1110 Uls wife had committed a series
of theft and larcenies, and had obtained
Money from neighbors through false
aad fraudulent pretences, , which became
ty matter of common knowledge in the
a4ghborhood where they lived and re
ainted in such shame and dlsgraoe for
bfm that he was compelled to move
i '."The husband said that when living at
Kaat IBZd street ma wile stole Dottles
milk and nowsnaneni belonaina to
iher tenants, much to his annoyance,
gu .Ua " ra 1 1 w 1 a cnut!rn" liv Alnrmlnir
nelgnuornooa oi a uurgiary in ineir
trae, in wnicn sue nam inai ssii in
n, inroe rum", ftu" mm uiurr
ilelea of Jewelry were stolen. Hhn
r ' : i . i " a .l ii 1 i
Dnea me caw iu inn iiuum iiu lua
it I . I -.n 1, 1.,,, ll..tunUMnM
gee that hla wife did the Job heatelf
pawned the Jewelry she took.
Fleischman said that the pretended
nrglary cauttea mm so mucn annoyance
St he moved to 330 Forty-fifth street,
oklyn, ana in inai noune nis wire
i lin worth of preserved fruits from
nt thm tenants, and was aocused of
king 13 from the pocket book of another,
fleischman aiao ioiu uie conn mm ne
luvt at a week from his nockptH on
averaae, and said that on one occasion
rbe wife demea nnr nuauana s aiieca-
a ana saia in ne nvr eupiona
nrnnsrlv. bacausa he left her only
er M cents a day to live on. The court
t letsenroan to pay ner as a wesa.
Charges Arista From Fatal Aoto
Ride qaleklr DlsmUsed.
Mlohael Rosenthal, the young shoe
salesman, whose reticence regarding
the death of Mrs. Kuth F. Reid of 375
Clinton avenue, Brooklyn, In an auto
mobile accident on Snake Hill Wednes
day night and the aubsequent disap
pearance of her jewels led the police
to hold him on charges of homicide and
grand laroeny, was discharged on both
oounts yesterday afternoon by Magis
trate Nash after a brief examination in
the New Jersey avenue court, A charge
of homloide against Jolui Rourke, hia
companion in the fatal ride, waa also
The death of Mrs. Reld was so clearly
accidental that Magistrate Nash dis
missed the homicide charges in short
order, but the grand laroeny charge
against Rosenthal was scrutinized morn
closely. The police alleged that he had
taken the chamois bag containing Jewels
valued at 15,000 from the. woman'e body
and had failed to mention that it waa
in his pocket when asked point blank
about them. He waa searched, they
say, after unavailing search had been
made elsewhere, and the jewels were
found on him. It was then that the two
men were arrested, both having refused
to answer questions about the accident
until they had consulted counsel.
Aaainst the susniclons of the rxilion
was the unanimous belief of Mrs. Raid's
family in ftoHentnals innocence or in.
tent to steal. It was Mabel Frith, a sister
or Mrs. item, wno naa inairecny caused
his arrest by asking the police for the
Jewel bag, but she was emphatio yes
terday in her belief that Rosenthal had
merely forgotten, removing the Jewel
in the stresa followinc the accident, if
he had removed them.
Miss Frith said her sister and Rouen
thai had been school chums and their
friendship had continued with the con
Kent and approval of her husband, Auder
son Held, after she had married him
nine years ago,
"He whs always glad to nee her sur
rounded by young people," said Miss
Frith, "and thou who were in the auto
were all well known to him, Mr, Reid
wanted her to ao to the Dartv in Cvnresa
Hills, from which she waa returning
when the accident happened, and urged
her to go. He could not attend because
he thought his buslneaa required him,
There is no excuse for any other story
being told of the matter." . ,.t
ffo one immediately connected wlu
Evarrthinx that contribute, to the
fort and lafaty af the, ridor and driver, in
Macu's alone among New York Depart
ment Stores has a 'complete, up-to-date, high-
class Harness Dtpattment.
"CeaaarfsrsV' Harnett Made on the
premises by P. H. Comerford. Park, Coach and
Brougham harness made by this famous expert,
bs. well as the finest Trotting and Pacing Har
ness in the world. This Htmut on b chitlnti
tl Macy'i only.
Saddles from Eniland, hand-made through
out by master saddlers, and complete with
Pal requiittes of every kind, of supreme
quality. Mallets, Caps, etc.', in fuller variety
tnan at many "specialty" stores.
Bridle. Whips and Craps, Spurs, etc, of the
finest makes in fact, anything.and everything
for the Horseman, at prices always "Lowest-in-the-City."
nfta Fleer, seth St. i
Men's Wristlet Watches
BTTa sWrtaMBMaVaMBBBBBim. .lUf
SMART New Yorkers are, in ever increasing numbers
adopting the Londoner's habit of wearing a Wristlet
For street uear for motoring, for golf and the out-of-door,
in general these watches are convenient, practical
Useful, and smart.
Micy's Wristlet Watches are designed far practical use
they do not fill the sleeve, catch the shirt-cuff ar fray the
coat. They contain SMvesnents specially constructed to
stand sudden changes of itenperiture, rapid and often
violent moremant and constant change of plane.
A Wristlet (or "Strap") Watch at S9.74 has a sterling
silver flat model watch, with a 7-jewel lever movement.
The light tan-color pigskin strap with protecting back,
has a sterling silver buckle. The Watch is slightly larger
than a quarter of a dollar.
A Wristlet Watch at$ll.74, in jewel size, of sterling
silver and fitted with a fine 7-iewel Swiss movement,
has a strong pigskin strap with silver buckle.
A Wristlet Watch at fH.49, is of sterling silver, oval
in shape. It is curved to fit the wrist and is finished in
"Russian" black enamel-work. The strap is of black
suede with gun metal buckle. The movement, of Swiss
make, is of excellent quality.
Finer Wristlet Watches for men, ranging in price up to $29.89,
)Mala Fleer, t.u,.(
R. H Macy Ce).aMtmtW Ara Tkele Lew Prloee.
'ML W Msm Herald Square,
Broadrray, 34th to 38th St.
Men's Clothes at Macy s
Overcoats and Suits offend at extraordinarily low
prices in honor of our "Grande Fete Anniversaire"
Tks Oetrcoat at $16 JO (illustrated) ismadeof the finest all-wool kersey,
in fast black or the popular "Oxford" gray.
is CktsttrfitU Model right for walking and the out-of-doors,
as well as for more formal evening wear.
It is warmly lined with double warp serge, and has the smart fly
front that hides the buttons. x
Km length, it affords protection against cold, and yet allows
of free movement. The final touch of smartness is added by a hand
felled velvet collar.
In other stores such Overcoats as these are con
sidered remarkable talues uhen priced $22.50.
All sites, including such as will fit men of unusual proportions,
weight or physique.
For Men and Young Men
r Double-Braisted Coats with
betted backs. Just-beUw
Cwtts with inTrtd pleats
and "behed-in" backs.
Of fleecy weeUens in dark
shades el brewn and the pop
ular "Oxford" gray.
All faulted with satin
shoulder lining and satin
Seme with bellews, some
with patch pockets. Felled
inside seams. Plain or cuffed
Suits and Overcoats
For Young Men
Suits in the new patch pock
et models, with soft rolling
lapels and natural shoulders.
Suits in close-fitting English
models with welt pockets.
Suits in American models.
Made in rough finish Ox
ford grays, heather mixtures
and blue striped and gray
Overcoats in double or sin
gle breasted; belted backs.
Medium or full length. Made
of rough and smooth finished
woollens, in new gray and
kraum mivtiir '" floor.
ui w a ve
vfioys' Overcoats in Five of the Popular Styles
Specially priced in honor ef the "Grande Fete Anniversaire"
Russian Overcoat, or "Jack Tar" Reefer, such as
is worn ky the boy on the extreme right, costs
from $3.96 to $1434, and is suitable for Boys
from 2H to 10 years. These Coats are made in
chinchilla, tweeds, etc., in navy, gray, tan and
brown, and are flannel lined. Self or velvet
collars, close button-to-neck model. Some with
the new belted back, some with all-around belt.
Pole Coat, or Junior Overcoat, worn by the boy
on the extreme left, is priced $4.96 to $14.74.
Materials are chinchilla cloth or heavy mixed over
coatings, in blues, grays and browns. Notice
the convenient length. It suits Boys from 6 to 12
year and is made in button-to-neck model
with convertible collar.
Tourist Overcoat or Ulster, uom by the boy
uith the football, is priced $4.96 'to $18.49, and
suits Boys from 10 to 18 years. These are wool
or serge-lined, full length, and have the new
belted Dack. Materials are blue or gray chinchilla
cloth and heavy warm mixtures. Snug fitting
Lendon-Medel Overcoat at $16.49, copied in
America from an imported' Coat at 829.50, sets
off the physique of the boy on the right centre
with outstretched arm. It is made of imported
material; with belted back, of a rough finished
warmth-without-weight material, and is single
breasted model with self collar. It is suitable
to Boys from, .10. to 18 years.
' Shawl Collar" Overcoat, atom by the boy uith
the dog. is priced $12.74 to $16.49 and is made
with all-round belt of blue or gray chinchilla
cloth, with worsted lining. The collar can be
raised and buttoned close to the neck in cold
weather. It fits Boys of from 10 to 18 years.
ea naar. 3Sth St., Rcr,
the accident would talk about it yester
day, ezoept to admit that there were
two other men In the car whose names
they refused to divulge, however. It
was one of these men who sent in the
call for the ambulance and notified Miss
Frith of the aooldent by telephone.
OLD AIK8HIP SUIT IS UP.
('oart Finally to Hear Arguments
In Wrlght-Cnrtlss Actios.
ftvrrAl.n. NoV. H. On Monday and
Tuesday ntxt'the final arguments in the
long pending suit Drought uy the late
Wilbur Wright against Glenn H, Curtlsa
and the Horring-Curtlss Company of
Kammondspurt, N, ,, will Im heard
lii tlu United Ktutes District Court before
Juugn Hats I
which is held by Mr
TWO FIREMEN HAT IE USED.
Tim nlaintlff arauos thtt the defendants
urr infringing; on o devU for maintain
ing niiuinnrium in -ne air, the natont on
oil is httld br Mr Wrliht. Damases
and a permanent Injunction am asked.
The defence denim infringementa on the
natenta of the Wright brothers, alleging
It la operating under patents granted
before the Wriibt patent waa secured.
Charged With Parehaala-
ana Nea-lectlasT tm Pay,
Fireman George Heckel of Engine 8
waa put on trial at 'Fire Keadquartara
yesterday charged with holding off hla
grooor, butcher, shoe dealer and other
Ernet Langberg, a grooer of 280 Flush
ing avenue, Queens, complained that
the fireman got 111 worth of goods from
him last March and April and had paid
only la on account. The fireman's salary
is tt.400 a year.
Deputy Commissioner Olvany read off
a list of other dolus and said that there
whs a garnishee of 00 on the fireman 'a
"You are the kind of man that bring
discredit on the Fire Department," the
triai iiommisaioner earn, -you are a
disgrace to a Ana body of fire fighters
You promised me last June that you
weuu Mr uua grocer before juicurt,
hut vmi hmvan't dona so. We can not
lmvi aiinh men in tha deDartmeat."
The Commissioner reoommenaea ma
A similar dellnauent waa Fireman
Arthur A. Finniaan of Engine 30. Last
May he bought two suite of clothes and
ehirta and underwear for tea and hasn't
paid a dollar to the dealer. The Com
missioner read a list of other debts and
recommended that Ftwugan be fired.
DIV0K0E FOE CURTIS BELL,
Wife Admitted Dalit la Letter to
Mount Vernon, Nov. U.An Inter
locutory decree of divorce waa filed to
day by Supreme Court Justioe Tompkins
to Curtis Bell, a photographer of 688 Fifth
avenue, xhbw a or, ironi nia wne, nam
lean Tifft Bell
J. F. Marvin waa named a
it being alleged that on April la last Mr.
Bell met Marvin en a New Haven train and
that later the couple pent two day at I
. Marvin l
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pew.M Houin the would K'ft?Vtf;:y
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wltuVAvral tail ItionAnf trftv viAaiff wlriil
faiaivi faWft aaMrvvv etlw WSj vTi;i;,
lateat fashions: alao th conaervav .V?J
Douglas ahoea household word B.tg
stvlea and ihanea. to an It nan in all
Walks Of llf. If mn cnnld viait W. T..
nAiiai1. M A.Z. I A. -r Va- jT&u
'and see for yourself bow carefully W. Ii.
k DouKlae shoes are made, vou would then un-
I derstend whr they are warranted to tit better; I
looK oetter, held their shape ana wear
loafer than any other make for the price,
tm . aa am m bbiu u ai i u i a.
'MvVi'Mf W.t.DMilu theai dt sM IwmI In na taatt.
a wTUsisrcsiatoa. W.UDm1w, BroUtM,a&M.
IN NEW YORK:
a hotel in New Hayes 'aa J. f. Marvin
tS Massan BUwt.
1U llreadway, ernr Sth Straet.
.a 8 Hrvadway, cor. 14th St. (Union Be.)
tsea aruadway, corner sath Rlrttt.
Uroadway (Time aamra).
.t4 Thlnl Aveae.
US Third Aveaw.
1(1 Faltea Straet, corner Pearl Street.
Tea. 110 araadway, comer Thornton St
I MY Hraadway, eeraer Oatee Aaaaa
4TS firth Avenue, earner 11th Hlrea
BB1IT ClTT-4 Newark Aeaa
imWABK-Sal Sraad Sttet,
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