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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
Arrived and unpacked!
Our stocking up just before
Christmas with hundreds of
useful and unusual novelties
for men and boys is no
longer a novelty our "baby"
is now full grown.
Men buyers abroad buy
from a man's point of view.
For his personal comfort
For his travels, his motor,
his desk and his room.
Novelties in leather and
metal mostly, and always
goods of real merit, even the
most moderately priced of
which, by the way, there
Usually only one or two of
a kind, so the variety is wide
Just to hint:
nrlty vh receiver.
Leather cigarette rate.
NcmcI drinking cup.
Nut crackers of eirred weed.
Plat In; card!.
I"nker chip seta.
Pocket memo book!.
Twine holes with aclsaors.
W alklne sticks nlih clear lighters In handles.
We're provided well for the
man who hates shopping
Gifts for Her too.
Dainty work'baskets, mati
nee bags, trinket boxes, desk
fittings quantities of distinc
tive and unusual gifts for
Rogers Peet Company
Three Broadway Stores
t ct at
Warren st. I3th st 34th it.
Pet U. y. Pat. Off
Is so much superior to any other linen
mesh garment in existence that com
parnon ii jut of place. It turvivei in the evo
lution of hygienic meth underwear at the htteit
High-class dealers everywhere.
Write lor Booklet mat tamptaa.
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY
473 Broome Street New York
a for as
EARL & WILSON '
SHIRTS SI BP AND MORE
EDGAR R. JACKSON LOSES SUIT.
Former Kmiilosr of rtmltr Urnler
(ipt f44,U4 Jadtnent.
.Buprcnio Court Justice Kelby In
Brooklyn yostorrUy awarded a Judp
mint of $44,014.43 to :. . Dennlson
ncalnsl Kdcar It. Jackson, president of
th .iHcksou Bros. It rally Company of
607 Fifth iivonue, Munliuttnn. Th sutt
was for commlHsIons on the sal of
elghty-threo acres of Lnntr Island realty
by Dennlson as an employee of the
Jackson brothers. Tlio company held
that ho had been employed by B. t,
Jacksnn personally. Justice Kelby de
cided he wits entitled to commission on
the cale of forty-six acres.
The suit Is only one of the results
of trouble between Dennlson and tho
Jacksons. Following his own arrest on
a charse of criminal libel, Dennlson
urged certain persons engaged In busi
ness with tho Jacksons to make com
plaint against them. E. R. Jackcon Is
now awaiting trial before Supreme
Court JuhIIco CJoff In Manhattan on an
Indictment charging him with frauds
In Long Island realty.
Conldu't Tell Who She Was.
A woman who yesterday mornlnt- told
lUcordor Muru of llnyonns that she was
Mrs. Angelina Sam-HH of Tenth street and
Berrenlliin avenue, t'nlon Hill, was found
wandering In ll yonne on the previous night
with her nvo-yeiir-old daughter and unable
to tell anylh nir about herself. She and the
child were kept In a police station over
"A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
PAJAMAS "Faultless" in name and quality,
the kind of goods that the makers were not
afraid to put their names on. And while our
guarantee is sufficient, we are giving you theirs
also. We offer Tan, Blue, Gray and White
Corded Fabrics, such as are advertised as $2.50
Values, at $1.35
NECKWEAR -A full variety of the kinds adver
tised at (1.00 and sometimes sold at 95c, 65c or
55c. Here at J ust 50c
Compare our assortment of $1.15 Neckwear with
the usual $1.50 kind.
We show the best variety of Neckwear in town
at the lowest prices in both Silk and Knitted
Scarfs, at 50c to $3.50
""Headquarters for the New Patent "Fashion
knit" Imperial Scarfs $2.50 and $3.00
ET CETERA Smoking Jackets, House Coats,
Lounging Robes, Leather Novelties acceptable
Christmas Gifts for Men, who will know by our
label that they are right in every respect.
Women will find the correct things for Men in
our Seventeen Stores.
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Broadway & Siith Avenue, between 31st and 32nd Streets.
Cooper Square opposite 5th Street.
Brooklyn: Fulton at DeKalb Ave.
THK LARGEST MAKER OF MEN'S j
riMO S4 SHOES IN THE WORLD I
Look in W.L.Douzlas store
windows and inmcct the very"
latest fashions : also the conserva
tive styles, which have inn.de W. L.
IDotigla shoes a household word
Fevervwliere. Shoe in all leathers, ull '
styles and shnnes. to suit men in all
Walks of life. If von rniilfl visit V. T..
Doiiiflas larce factories at Brockton. Mass..
'and Bee for yourself how carefully W. L.
, Douglas shoes nre marln. vnti vrmiltl then nn-
I derstand why they are warranted to lit better, I
looK oerier. uoia tneir fliiaoo ana wear
, longer than any other make for the price.
THE mCMT tsT.OOAMD .0
mors' Hoes im the would
A I ITIDM Sr.lhat W. I.. ) nmmrd
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Lit W.t.D.nnla Uimi w. Dot for la ysar tMalty,
lif I nnllPI i mare
ISl unit VABV . V
S Xiiiu Stmt.
7BB llroailway, corner Mfc Slraat.
SSS llroadway, cor. 14th St. (ITnloa Sq.)
1S49 nriiailw.T, rornrr 34th StrMt.
1495 nroadwrfy (Tlm.i Squara).
4 Thlnl AT.nue.
M53 Third At.du..
U1 Third ATenur.rora.rKOth Itnxrt.
S179 Thlr.l At... b.t. lMlh lJth BU.
34S Klghth Av.nna.
S3 Klclith At too.
ISO ixsth Nti
4tl Falls StrMt, coraar Paarl BtracL
70S.? 10 nraadwar, corner Tborataa St.
1.1S7 llrnadwajr, corn.r Oat AT.na..
47S ritlh AT.mi., corner 11th Htraet.
177B I'llkln Atanua.
JERSF.T CITT-34 Newark Aveaaa.
NEWARK Ml Broad Btreat. ,
PATERSON 19 Market RI.,eor.OUrk
TRENTON 101 E. State SU.e.r.Rroad
Htlf a Century
At "The Linen Store"
We urge our patrons to do their Christmas shop,
ping at the earliest possible date.
Plain hemstitched Handkerchiefs of Irish
and French manufacture in every de
sirable size and quality, at prices rang
ing from $1.50 to $78.00 per dozen.
Initial Handkerchiefs, with Script, Old
English 'or Block letters, at $3.00 per
dozen and upwards.
-Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at $1.20 to
$48.00 per dozen. Hand-embroidered
Handkerchiefs, 25c to $25.00 each. Lace
trimmed Handkerchiefs from $1.00 to
-Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, $1.20 to
$6.00 per dozen. Lace trimmed and em
broidered, 25c to $1.00 each. With
Initials, 3 in a box, 50c.
James McCutchcon & Co.,
f th Ave. & 34th St., w..?ori.
DENIES JEWS ARE ABUSED.
Trunbrldvr Sara Quern Olga Would
flot Permit It la Salonlra,
Htories published here of the maltreat
ment of Jews in Baionlca by Qreek soldiers
wore denied yesterday by Breok Trow
bridge of the firm or Trowbridge A Liv
ingston , architect. He said :
"A cable despatch just received by us
states that a letter haa been sent to Prince
Nicholas of Greece, military Governor
of Salonloa, by the Rev. Jacob Melr,
archrabbi of that city,- In thia letter
the Rev. Mr. Meir denies absolutely the
truth of these stories and denounces
sa shameful the report that the soldiers
have maltreated Jews or looted a syna
gogue. He nUo denies that he has oaked
for the, protection of the Austrian, Eng
lish and French embassies.
The Itov. Mr. Meir also aaya that only
one complaint has been marln Th.t
in regard to a small affair involving a
few drunken soldiers. He adds that
there is not a Jew in Salonlca who can
have a Just complaint against the Oroek
army. When it took possession order
and discipline were established at onoe.
A little while later Queen Olga arrived
to take charge of the work of reliev
ing tha distress of the destitute families
of all creeds and races. Her Majesty
is still in Salonioa and haa under her
immediate oare to-day not less than
4,000 Jewish families.'
from 8:30 to 11 o'clock
Is the ideal shopping time.
Tiie crowds are smaller, the
salespeople are brighter, the
stocks are more orderly.
Physical and mental com
fort for yourself as well as
kindly consideration forothers
urge you to act upon our ad
vice to shop in the forenoon
SILKS A CLEARANCE
Prices Reduced One-Half
"Cut Lengths" of This Season's Silks
Remnnnts of Silks at Macy's are not
"odd? and ends" of short and usclevs
pieces, but lengths ranginR from a
dress pattern down to a single yard.
This offering includes the entire sea
son's accumulation of all cut-lengths
in the various weaves and colors.
In the assortment are many fine black
Silks, white Silks in many weaves and
weights, as well as staple weaves.
Satin Charmtmt, Fancy ani Brocaded 5i(i,
SiH V'ella. Mtlton and V'eUtts,
MtuaUnti, Ponfiti, Crtpti, Binfalino.
Lengths suitable for dresses, blouses,
negligees, coat linings and trimming
29c yd For Silks that were 40c.
69c yd. For Silks that were 51.29.
39c yd. For Silks that were W)c.
89c yd. For Silks that were Si .41.
49c yd. For Silks that were 9;.
99c yd. For Silks that were 51. 9S.
Pure Silk Colored Pongee, 49c yd.
Macy's price iraj 69c yd.
Evening and dark) colors in a very
excellent quality of Pongee. Width.
Main Floor, anth Si,
R. H. Macy & Co.'s Attractions Are Their Low Prices.
Bfj Herald Square,
Broadway, 34th to 35th St.
Macy s ur eater
Over the wonderful realm of Toyland. on our Sixth Floor,
a real live Santa Claus rules supreme. Bring the kiddies to see
him. The true Xmas spirit radiates from every corner of the
immense space which this year we have dedicated to the most
comprehensive Toy Store in the city.
Here among the myriad marvels, gathered from the world's
most famous tov centres, are gifts that will delight and fascinate
not only the little folks, but "children of a larger growth" as well.
Bring the children in to see the thousands of Dolls, Toys and
Games. Here is a collection of which Santa Claus and Macy's
are justK proud.
Suggestions for Girls:
Toy Collages, $16.74; burlap cov
ered. .? ft. x S ft. x 6 ft. (folding into 6
inch thicknev): District Schools and
Stores at the same price. Other
Cottage. $13.94. , .
Toy Sewing Machines, $3.49 to
Children's Toy Dishes, u pieces,
prettily decorated, at $3.74 a wt.
Other seK in tin, agate or china, 98c
up to $17.74.
Pianos, 39c to $9.24, white, rose
wood or mahogany finish. Piano
stools. 24c to 49c.
Dolls' Trunks, Mcuner and ward
robe style, 98c to $5.94. .
Jointed Dolls, 24c to $16.74.
Dressed Dolls. 24c lo $53.50
Character Babied, 24c to $5.94
Doll Carriages, $1.24 to $13.49.
CHASED NOW. mi paid jot, will
be held for delivery on any day before
Christmas which may be designated.
OUR ASSORTMENTS OF
HOLIDAY MERCHANDISE are
BY SHOPPING NOW you will
not only be able to make your selec
tions from completesl assortments,
but you are assured of belter sertlce
than it is possible to obtain during
the Holiday rush.
The Macy Doll at 98c
20 inches high and the best doll
value in the city. Moving eyes,
fu'l jointed, shoes, stockings and
prett slip or a 2-iikIi doll at 98c,
with moving eyes and lashes, full
Suggestions for Boys:
Humply Dumply Circus Sets, 44c
to $9.24. ,
Austrian Animal Sett, $1.19 to
Inside Baseball Games. $2.49
Major League Baseball, $3.24.
National Baseball, 98c.
Scroll Saw Outfits, 74c. to $1.49.
American Soldier Game, hinged
soldiers of lead, and popgun,
24c. lo 49c. without gun.
98c. to $2.24. with gun.
Imported Soldier Sets, 16c to $13.74
( Ver v I; la bora t el v d reused . )
Hill Climbing Toys, 49c to $1.96
Juvenile Autos, $3.49 to $24.75
Soldier Outfits, 98c to $3.49
Cadets, Hoy Scouts, Cowboys and
Cavalry Suits or Shields.,.,
Indian and Cowboy Suits 98c to $2.97
itloccasins, 89c to $2.97
Aeroplanes, 24c to $34.74
Antoinette Aeroplane Model
Complete parts with full instruc
tions for assembling them, $1.49.
This model really flies.
For the Xmas Tree Many Novelties .
Musical Trci Standi. $2.79 to $5.91. Christmas Tree Llthts-SWth COnnec-
rA,;,imni Trees 10c to ' lio,,s for battery. $1.59 to $3.19 House
Artificial Christmas trees. IUC io i:tJrr,.lltnain tlov,r or fruif bl)!bs.
$2.97 to $11.89. tltth Floor.
MEN'S MOTOR APPAREL
In the new quarters on the Fifth Floor
Macy's is the only Motoring Department in the city that
does not give commissions to chauffeurs or discount of
The result of this policy is an additional economy in selling ex
pense that is one of the direct reasons for the low prices quoted below.
" Wm. Rogers
& Son's" 26-PIECE
Sold Elsewhere for $6.50
The set consists of:-
single thnad hnrdn
croicnrd by clutter
Six Tea Spoons,
Six Table Spoons,
Six Dinner Knives,
Sue Dinner Forks,
One Butter Knife,
One Sugar Spoon,
The knives are full
and the other pieces
Each set comes in a green moreen
gift chest (o illustrated).
We will engrave one script Initial
on each piece without charge.
Main or, Broadway.
MEN'S RICH SILK NECKWEAR
At Savings of to as Compared to Prices Elsewhere
A Dogskin Coat, $22.74
Elseichcrt $30.00 and more.
This Coat is made of the skin of the
Ions-haired Manchurian dog, dyed black.
It is an extremely full-cut model, and the
sweep of the Coat enables one to button
it over the knees when seated. It
is fitted with loop and button for that
purpose. The Iminc is of wool and there
are windcufis at the wrist. The Coat
has "Venetian" yoke and sleeves. All
sizes. Length 52 inches to 54 inches.
A Calfskin Coat, $29.74
Elsewhere $37.50 and more.
Made of the pelt of a calf, in a rich,
warm brown shade. The model is cut
full and provides absolute comfort even
when one sits. It can be buttoned over
the knees. The wool Iminc Venetian
yoke and slee'es, and windcuffs combine
to make it extraordinarily comfortable.
The lenRth is 52 inches to 54 inches. In
A Warm Fleece Ulster from
Superior to Coats Costing $50.00
This Coat is medium-weight
and made of an extremely warm
fabric in dark gray. The model is
full double-breasted. Every Coat
has a detachable leather lining that
buttons in the Coat, but can be
used separately as a "slip-on."
Fine Motoring Coats
Maey't prices are $19.74 to $59.75
Made In London of woolens from the
West of England, friezes from Ireland,
and tweeds and cheviots from Scotland.
Warm Fur Coats
Macy's prices are $12.74 to $149.00
Made of dogskin wallaby (dwarf Aus
tralian kangaroo), raccoon, muskrat,
and marmot fur, either fur lined or with
the fur outside.
Luxurious Fur Gloves
Macy's prices are $2.96 to $19.74
Made of muskrat, raccoon, dogskin,
electric seal, beaver and coney.
Lined Leather Gloves
Macy's prices are 49c to $6.94
Lined with coney, muskrat. lamb's
wool, fleece, etc., and made of strong
and durable leather. Included arc full
mitts and one-finger mitts.
Fur Caps, $2.96 to $14.74.
Fur Collars, $3.96 to $17.74.
Fur Robes, $8.74 to $67.50.
Robes in warm plush, cloth, and
leather are $2.74 to $29.74.
Sheepskin-lined Boots cost $7.94 and
$9.74, and a special high boot, with
buckles, lined with dogskin, is priced
$10.74 (elsewhere H7.50.)
Motorists' Lunch Baskets
range from $1.96 (for a small Wicker Basket for one person, equipped
with box, bottle, glass, and knife and fork) to $89.75 (Macv s price
was 8196.75) for a Lunch Box for six, from Germanv. This has
collapsible legs, a felt-covered folding table, and is a little smaller than
a steamer trunk. It is fitted for cards.
A Basket at $29.74
(for six) is fully fitted with knives, forks,
and plates. There are two agate boxes
with nickel covers and three large
w cker-covered bottles. Also six wicker
(slightly shopworn, but otherwise in
periect condition) are $16.74 (Macy's
price was $44.74), 144.74 (Macy's prices
were $64.75 and $98.75), and 124.74
(Macy's price was $.V).74.) A luxurious
basket for 12 persons, made of wicker, is
priced S44J5 (Macy's price-was $98.75).
ritlh Floor, 34th .St.
Open-end Cratats from Paris, at $1,44 and
$1.98. In four-in-hand shape (as illustrated).
Made of French hand-loomed silk squares,
rich, heavy, and in indescribably delicate yet
striking combinations of color.
Cravats that sound the final note in the
garment of the Well-Dressed Man's wear
the ultimate touch that confers distinction.
Open-end "Four-in-hands" from London, at $1.44,
full and flowing, of plain-color Irish Poplin
greens, blues and browns, in soft pastel
Generously cut, and stitched and finished
with extreme care so as to slide easily in the
Best of all, smart, in the best sense of the
word. Regular , Regent Street "ties," as the
Londoner says fresh and blooming after
their voyage over.
"Cravates de Luxe" to your
order, of Spitalfields Silks.
- Spiiclfields. in the East End of London, still weaves on its hand-looms some
ot the richest silks in the world, in the most exquisite color-combinations and
He import the choicest squares of this magnificent silk, and make them up in
almost any style you request or originate. These squares can be made into
tour, three or two Cravats, depending upon the style of scarf you wish. If,
tor instance, you order three cravats and wish each to be of a different pattern,
you select three different squares, and a cravat is made from each one, but
you pay for one square only. -
Prices an as follows:
(lo a stuart)
Three Cravats Two Cravats
(to a square) (to a square)
Each $1.74 Each $2.24
Ascot'? ''ylt' nl'V one.cravat can made flBm a square. Price for an
Remember these Cravats when providing for gifts.
Crochet Cratats of pure silk are 98c at Macy's, but "Spedtl ai $1.35" else
where! Made on hand-frame machines, and consequently without mechanical
Made in plain shades, cross stripes, delicate color-combinations and plenty
of distinctive black-with-whlte. 84th 8,,( Bt.
DOMESTIC RUGS REDUCED
Illustrative of our values-a 12 ft. x 9 ft. Seamless Wilton
Rug, Macy's price $41.89, is advertised elsewhere at $50.00.
The Royal Wilton Ruts and the Axmlnstm are in the smaller sires that
are being bought so extensively now as "scatter" Rugs, and are mostly in "All
over ctlects copied from rare-Oriental Rugs.
The Seamless Wilion Ruts .are woven from the finest worsted yarns pro
curable, and are dyed with dyes imported from Germany, after being most care
fully cleaned and scoured before entering the loom.
Thry are in Oriental effects or in solid tones. The Rugs in Oriental effects
have light and medium grounds, with the characteristic Persian medallion. The
solid toned Rugs are In tan, brown, pink, rose, blue and green, with border
either double or triple, or in the old Greek "Key" pattern.
-Fine Axminster Rugs-
Sire. Macy's Price Was. Special.
27 in.xfiOin. $2.14 $1.74
36 in. x72in. $.4S $2.98
4H ft. X6H ft. $6.74 $4.98
Roval Wilton Ruva-
Size. Macy's Price Was. Special.
22H in. X36 in. $3.39 $2.98
27 in. ,S4 in. $4.24 h S4.S9 $3.09
36 in. X63 in. $6.74 io $7.74 $4.74
36 in. X72 in. $8.14 $7.14
Seamless Wilton Rugs-
rTice Macv's I
27;inches xS4 inches. , ss.oo $4.04
36 inches x63 inches.. $7.50 $6.74
6 feet x9 feet 127.50 $2524
Sfeet xioji feet.. ..142.00
9 feet xi2feet 145.00
10 feet xl2 feet 60.oo