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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
CHINAMAN GUILTY OF
Conviction Is First of
. Kind In Now York
OTTTCOMK OF TONO WAIt
.hni Hinff Tells Jury Ho
VlrMm of T?cvpiip:o of
I 'or the Hr.t Mm mnoc tlm Chinese
l'g.in to wift. into lhl eity hikI gHthnr nt
llii lit f to trlnngl of utrectH neiir Mott and
IVII railed Chinatown n Chinei-e gunman
lias lnyri found guilty of llrcl lt'Kne mur
dcr. Uo W .lung Hing, ntid tlio jury that
roturnod tlm verdict yotterday lind Iweii
nut. bIhco 5:30 o'clock tlm night l'for.
Among tho furtive groups of Chlntvo
who dodgod nhntil. the corridor of tho
Criminal I'nurtH HiiIIiIIiik waiting for tho
verdict it wan wliNlH-red yontorduy that
tho ilvrrv long war that tlainod up within
tho. lust year is ready to burt-t into lilnzo
Rain, for the tong linen in tho ri-cont trial
were sharply dollned.
It took two trials to convict .Iiiiik Hing.
At tho firtt tho jury iliMigrreii, and at tho
wcoml, which camo to an end yesterday,
tho jury wnt in twice for itihtructlonx.
The drat time was early in lh evening and
the Mcond wa at 1 1 :.'(0.
Tho trouble th.it brought I.tmg King
to Iwr U'gan early in the year h"ii the
long", fl.irtod again their oonlhcts whicli
Judge l''oter'Hie.u treaty and the watch-
fnlti.... nf ('nut Kill HiwIi'iriM tuiw H,,.if4
had (juii'ted lor a M'Ufwm. Tee Kay, th I
prexideni 01 tue wn iong long, was
killed in March, and a levenge wis
planned. The scheme, a-s it is rejwrted,
wus to "gel" Yet Toy. the chief Hip Sing
gunman. So Jung liing. a lieutenant of
the On leongw, was detailed to tlnd work
in Yee Toy's restaurant and spy on him.
Whether or not lie wan discovered Is
not known, but the fatal shooting which
brought him to trial occurred in Iront of
"0 IVII street in the early evening of June
1". ee Tov was shot dead on the utreel
Policeman Maronev saw a man lire a shot.
.. .. i.i... ...... .....,... n r..iin.-..-l un
MIIU Pt Jlllll 1 Mil 4l.. , III. IUIIU1' tAl lillll
itum urotmd a corner and a running man
us urreted by another policeman who (
hi. hurrying In th direction of the shots
lie tiad linanl llie Llimamari whom
Maronev had seen tire the sliots was out
of his stghl less than three seconds before
It whs uri;d bv Attorner Georci M
'tirtis. who defend'il .lung Hing. that it
was possible the running man might have
got i.wny in the few seconds he was out of
Maroney's sight and that the man ar- I
rested ".is another who happened to be
on the run Hut the policeman who act u-1
(illy made the arrest insisted there was
only one mr.n running, and he was the
man wiio turned the corner and dashed
pr.Klicilly into his nrni"
Ono of the argumentK of .lung Ming's
defence out lined a romance of Chinatown
ee Toy, for whose death .lung Hing was
on trial, unci another Chinaman were
f niton tor the hand of Gertie Williams,
it hs said Gertie asked time to decide
"Here N a ring," she said. "I will give
thi'- ring to the man of my choice."
Shu gae the ring to Yee Toy The
oth?r Chinaman saw the ring on his
hand and shot him for jealousy. The
nihil who did the shooting wui a Hip
Sing, and il was decided, the defence
coutiniiod, to put the blame on an On
Lcong found in Hip Sing territory.
All through the trial it was evident
that the longs took an active interest.
Groups or Hip Sings and On Uongs
loitered about the corridors, and Jim Gum.
president of the On longs, sat beside
counsel for tho defence during the trial
and suggested questions,
lung Hing has lieen known to the
Kliiatieth street police station as a gun
man for some time. About a year ago
he was arrested after a Japanese, had
I km. n s hot in Chinatown by mistake
Jim U'torc. the man died h. pointed to
ii doorway, where Jung Hing was found,
but no other evidence against him could
be pi imI need and he was discharged
The verdict against Jung Hing is the
thirteenth conviction this year for first
degree murder He was put over for
sentence next Kridav
s skijii as the Tong inen heard the
verdict they came hotfoot back to China
town with the news, and in a moment
there were eM'ited consultations in the
headquarters of the Ong U'ongs on Mott
street, and the l;ll street camp of the
Police t 'apt. Tierney, foreseeing trouble,
rushed an extra assignment of men
around from Kli.abeth street
Detective Mufphy. Deputy Surveyor
Norwood and Inspector Murphy from
the Surveyor's oflice have been watch
ing the hoti-i. at lit Pell street, where
the Hip Sings gather in Ong long's
fruit choii. 'I hey went there in the midst 1
c.i yosu-may s excitement armed with
a search warrant.
Jug Kong lives above the store, and
when they broke in they found them
selves m a small sined arsenal. On thj
table were seven .'IH calibre resolvers
freshlv oiled and loaded in addition to
a double barrelled Winchester riUo ready
lor instant action. Tho police savnhv
rlpp.-d a good sUed Tong shooting in
the bud, as Ong Kong evidently was
going to distribute the weapons where
they could b nsnd most ell'ectivelv on
neighbors aiound tho corner Ong Kong
was locked upaiid the guns seized.
Ong I 'ong was arrested a year ago
charged with the murder of a Cuban
who lived m Chinatown. He was re
leased, however, on tho evidence of an
alibi furnished by Hobo Livingston, a
GIMONET'S SUIT DISMISSED.
Chcnil.t lliiln't Dip Aiuriiilsil (mil.
plnint Aanln't I'lnnml.
Supremo Court Justice Met 'all dismissed
vcMerday a sun brought by Alexander
Gnnniiel, a chemist, against Henry and
(e'orge hlotx of Paris, who conduct a I
ii.,rln.,,.,n. 1,11..!,,.,. I,.. .1... ! I
I -, ,-,., .i-niT-rt- M.r- tin- muilf III
Kd Pinaud, and Hindu tltnrd, their agent
in thiticounlry II was dismissed on tho
application of Putney. Twombley A Put
ney, counsel for Utard. who had deinunt'd
to the complaint on the ground that il
set forth l wo causes of action The e
inurrer was sustained and permission was
granted to (limoiiet to serve an amended
complaint, but he failed to do so within
the required tunc
Tho demurrrer was unstained by Just 'i e
Newburgerort the ground thai it a'ppenied
on tho tace of the complaint dial two
causeH of action had been improperly
joined, hliioo the complaint "set foilh. or
attempted to set forth, a cause of action
nt law for damages on the ground of traud
against tho defendant Utard and also a
cause of action in equity for the cancellu
Hon of a written instrument against the
defendant Honry Klotx and George
Gimonot. who hud been employed by
the Pinaud firm, contended that, lie was
induced through fru ud to assign a valua
ble patent to the defendants Klntz. by t heir
agent Utard. He sought to recover dam
ages for protltn on the invention in three
yoarbund to compel the defendants to rc
HHBjgti the patent to him,
Klnplnft Conpla t Oct lllturce,
A referee's report was (lied In IlieSiipieiue
Court vrsteidav I eeoiuuiendlng a decree
of divorce for Mr Mule Mhertou Wll.iui
Optienboiui, daughter ,(f uile 1'nvton
Mllfdli, n liiulier tioiu II i.er-.in Unpen
helm, , Jr. Itppeiilienii mid Miss Wilson
IciicU in Secteuilior, IOIii. when tlte ouug
omg ii 5 curs old.
R. H. Macy & Co.' Attractions Are Their Low Prieei.
Herald Square, T Broadway, 34th to 35th St.
At Macy's you may most economically effect the exchange
of your money for any desired article or articles to the equal
and permanent satisfaction of yourself and ourselves.
This is the true art of latter-day commerce, is it not?
MikIc hi our ou.ii Liborntorics .it
SI 7-5.") West JSth St.. nnd of so i'
qtiiMtf .'in odor, lasting nihility and
other excellence lis to Iv almost indiv
titiRiiiMinble from the most expensive
funics troin I'.iri.
All PttU,m" "tav k fioi pttki in
prtUy Xm"' htejcilhoul extra tnr.
5i'mar to (he Fttnth btani lilting at
$2.00 the ounee.
Toilet Water l:trnct.
Sachet Powder. . . .
Talcum Powder. . . .
Toilet Sojp. .
r Micy's "Euroma" Xrms Box
Contains I ent-o:. toltle Extract 74c
four-o:. bottle Toilet Water 74C
I box Fate Poaier 49C
I take Toilet Soap ...24c
Macy's price for the box is $1.48
Jo:, bottle 74c
. 4 oi. bottle 74c
o:. in bottle
Box . .
Box ... .
Cake. . .
Macy's "Rose D'Or" Perfume
Similar to the French Ron telling at $4.50
per tuo ounce bottle.
Handkerchief Extract.. . ct. bottle 58c
Handkerchief Extract.. ..2 o:. bottle. 99c
Toilet Water 4 or. bottle. 74c
Sachet Powder o:. in bottletfc
I'ace Powder Box .. .49c
Talcum Powder Box .. 24c
Toilet Soap Cabj.. . 24c
Mrv' "Rote D'Or" Xm.t Rot.
domains i cne-oz. tome extract . S5C
1 four-K. bottlcToilct Water 74c
box Fate PouJer 49c
cake Soap . 24c
Total. . $2.05
' Macy's price for the box is $1.48
a H HI n r
Such happiness as beams
from childish eyes as they
see the DOLLS and
GAMES and TOYS! And
such happiness as the hearts
of Rrowiwips feel as they
see the children so thor
oughly enjoying themselvesl
Santa Clans greets every
one with a word of Xmas
cheer and a handshake.
He's very busv taking notes
of what the children want.
What a wonderful mem
orv he has to remember it
all" and make no mistakesl
Think of the thousands of
kiddies he has to serve I
U JUIUU3 IUILANU
And' while the children
are voicing their enchant
ment in "Oh'sl" and "Ah'sl"
and roguish blue and brown
eyes are opening wider than
they will open again till
Xmas morning at the tree
side, parents and friends
are looking about and mar
veling at the wonderful
comprehensiveness of the
Macy stock of
TOYS, DOLLS and
GAMES, and at the RE
Pleasure-giving and econ
omy join hands in the
Your money for the children's Xmas Toys. Dolls
and Games can be spent to best advantage in
the Macy Greater Toyland on the Sixth Moor.
Horses and Wagons.
Post Card Projectors
49c to $39.74
39c to $44.75
24c to $69.50
24c to $53.50
24c to $16.74
from $1.98 to $13.49
from 48c to $17.74
from 44c to $9J9
from 49c to $7.89
from $1.19 to $14.74
from 24c to $34.74
from 19c to $10.49
from 9c to $36.00
from $2.19 to $37.74
And the above are. of course, only SUGGES'
from 89c to $11.74
from 24c to $11.24
from 98c to $3.49
from 16c to $13.74
from 98c to $2.97
from 6c to $2.69
from 10c to $17.74
from 98c to $22.74
from $8.74 to $14.74
from 5c to $9.74
from $1.19 to $11.89
from $3.49 to $59.50
from 10c to $74.50
from -98c to $98.50
IONS. Literally THOUSANDS of things
to delight the children on Xmas "that cannot be mentioned here for lack of space
COATS AND SETS OF FINE FURS
In the natural, brown Furs, the Macv assortment shows
main fine Sets. Fisher (the Canadian cousin of Russian sable),
posseting the same rich dark coloring, and the tine, thick, soft
Fur whicli inakes sable almost priceless, is shown in a Set at
5374.00. Five exceptional dark, voung Fisher skins are used
for this very handsome set. and the s'carcitv. as well as the beauty
and durability of the Fur. make this noteworthv.
Mink Sets, finelv striped, dark and well matched, are $339.00,
S279.00, $249.00 and down to $74.75 a set.
Baltic Seal (French dyed
Coney) Coat, $129.00
Fashionable, straight line model.
5 inches long. Shawl collar and
deep cuffs. Soft, light satin lines
this handsome garment, and a deep
facing of heavy black satin protects
the lining at the foot.
Natural Pony Full - length
Qtrnirrht- .-nf Z J.m -li
with light brocaded satin. Deep
shawl collar and cuffs of natural
raccoon ornf beaver.
Caracul (whole-skin) Coats,
Fu!l-lotl"tIl winptna mcAp vi'itli
deep rolling collar andcuffs. Lustrous black dved, well matched
skir s. Skinner satin or brocaded lining.
Fine White Fox Sets, $89.75
Large animal scarf and muff, each of one whole skin with
head, brush and paws trimming. Lined wjth shirred white satin
"Pointed" Fox Sets, $59.75
Dark, full-furred skins. The animal scarf trimmed with brush
and head. The miitf large pillow style. Lined with brown satin.
" Vvrond Flour. Ilrnadn.T.
ORIENTAL RUGS GRFAT SAVINGS
Suggestions- of Xmas Gilts at once
beautiful and useful at Regular Macy Savings
The Smaller Oriental Rug3, more suitable as gifts to one's
self or one's friends, have been gathered into this announcement.
Many of them are antiques, and each one is tvpical of the district
from which it corner Similar Rugs are being sold elsewhere for
one-third to two-fifths more.
We' bought recently from -McKelvey & Bird (wholesalers only
and experts in Oriental Rugsj the whole of their stock. Nearly
all are antiques of exceptionally fine quality. Most of them have
been sold, but some very interesting pieces still remain. These
arc on sale at McKehcy & Bird's wholesale prices- as you mav see by
examining the original tags. The variety of Rugs and the range
ui i-'rcuiuie ueimis in uns nonce,
Bcloochislans, Shircans and
Sold elsewhere for S17.50 to
Macy's prices are
S12.48, $14.89, $17.74 and $19.89.
Average ize of Rues .3 ft.
Sarouks and Kirmanshahs.
Sold elsewhere for 575.00 to
Macy's prices are
$50.00, $55.00. $59.50, $65.00
Average size of Rugs
4 ft. x 6 ft. 6 in.
Antique Persian Hall Runners.
Sold elsewhere for 150.00 to
Macy's prices are
$35.74. $44.74, $55.00 and $60.00.
Average size of Rugs
12 ft. , 3 ft. o in.
u in. x 5 ft. n in.
Bcloochislans and Karabaghs.
Sold elsewhere for 57.50 to
Macy's prices are
$4.89, $5.48. $8.48, $9.89 and $12.48.
Average size of Rugs
'I ft. ( in. x J ft. o in.
Oriental Rugs at Macy's cost from $4.89 for a beautiful
little Anatolian Mat measuring 3 ft x 1 ft. 6 in., up to a superb
Sultanie Rug measuring 16 ft. I in. x 10 ft. 8 in., priced $1,275.00
- not to be duplicated for quality elsewhere at less than 52,000.00.
This wonderful Rug is made on an ivory field with encircling
roses, while the double border is in an exquisite shade of Nile
green. In the centre is the t pical Tabriz figure with the
double iK'iidant attached. This Rug would be particularly
suitable fur a sumptuous drawing-room. Third rio.r. n w.T.
f3)Cl mo fid A "W fiuy aux Diamond tCXcte tU
faxjAt cfcwkfiy &taxt& and impotiiA &iuj ifiem in idt
vlaxfi'fi diamond. maxet at GmiUxdam, 3Ca$and.
Unit manA to jjau, fix&t and moot impattant, tnai vj
a0 iefacted on(tj putc-vliite, petjeci cut, jav!ie4A A tone A.
di meatxi to Jou, Aecandfy, ifjat W can A(1P litem at
ptcccA AUclj a& iTic otdinai AmadP jeW-efay itaxt Has la
paij ttit impaticx ox Ua danes.
uii ttatw Jilifif incite, in
.foil ui at ili .ful snitiafty tt U Alfl.unt mf
.Ixuif jin m tnL in nuet.
EcoMlIa tfax ten ijeatA mV fiaOc made a AritciaSltj oj7
cd Pcntf cvCcftjj. Oitvi iieadauattctA in daniian
t(ttap(e sliip itA eed Seax(& in iflc. iJic mauntina and
Attinaina A dane fxexe to ewi tsptciaf! axdex. tyau axe tfiuA
nAAnxcd. n' Axaria icfiafifc macutUnaA in tne ncWcAt and
hoa( Canicd AtjjfcA; iincfudcd in aux Ataclc at ptcAeivt axe.
SBax 0n& otantt (SriainA
dendaniA ibax dtinaA
ffn ru anlin in tfii uifui4 aAUttnunl Amm tint tnaity mt tut
iditu, W ifxad jtfiUc( la mafa tip m utc la yctu. .uUt,
ccioiiA lonA in tKc cXevxl acc-fiice OlIaiinlinaA
OPERA GLASSES 1 3 REDUCED
De Luxe Glasses from France, Germany
and mostly only one pair of a kind
Fine Opera Glasses, which number among them almost every
known size, model and material that is used for high-class
Opera Glass frames.
Some are samples some were made specially for Macy's
many represent lines that we have discontinued. One or two
fine military Field Glasses and Binoculars are included.
Details of all are impossible, but we noticed a beautiful little
vest-pocket pair of Opera Glasses from Paris, black leather-covered,
and priced $1.74 (Macy's price was 52.49).
A pair of Field-Glasses, leather-covered aluminum, with the
finest achromatic lenses from Jena (Germany), is priced $9.50
(Macy's price was 514.24).
A ptarUcoterti lorgnette model pair of Opera Glasses, with
pearl-covered handle of beautiful design, is priced $10.89 (Macy's
price was 517.29).
Imagine 197 more wonderful opportunities (especially for
gift-buyers) like these, then visit the Balcony, 34th St., Rear, as
SOOn as possible. Balcoar.a4t(M,K..r.
HERALD SQUARE Mt.,Tv.TM NEW YORK
R. H. Macy CWa Attractions Ar Thalr Low PrteM.
Broadway, 34th t39th St.
XMAS COMFORTS FOR MEN
House Coats Lounging Robes lath Robes
A HOUSE COAT, SPECIAL AT $4.75 (sold elsewhere at
56.50 and 57.00), is made of double-faced cloth in soft pastel
shades of gray, brown, blue and green, with the reverse side in
plaid and stripe effects in contrasting colors. The edges, cuffs
and pockets are corded. Sizes. 32 to 44. rrnh . Braaawa?.
A WOOL BLANKET LOUNGING ROBE AT $10.48 .(in
either "Robe" or "Coat" style), comes -in novek and striking
shades of brown, tan, red and green, with stripe and "herringbone
markings, u nas a siiK-ana-wooi girdle cord. All sizes.
Mala riHr. aala BU.
A BLANKET BATH ROBE AT $4.96 comes in a heavy,
warm fabric in Vshawl collar" and "Robe" styles, colored in warm
reds, gray, blue and browns. Pearl buttons, too, and piping on
the cuffs, pockets and collar. All Sizes. atata Floor, Sath St., Rear.
Quality House Coats
Priced J less than elsewhere.
. OWLTE D SILK COATS FROM
JAPAN. $4.75. Silk frog fastening.
Colors are brown, blue and garnet.
Sizes 38 to 44.
REVERSIBLE CLOTH COATS
AT $7.50 in gray, with club check
facing on the collar, cuffs and top of
pockets. Finished with silk cord.
LAMB'S WOOL CLOTH COATS
AT $8.75 in club check patterns, with
edges of coat, pockets and cuffs
trimmed with contrasting silk cord.
RICH VELOUR HOUSE COATS
AT $11.50 in two shades of gray, blue
and brown. Cliffs, rnll.-irc anr) rw-L-ofc
of contrasting colors and trimmed with
siik Draia. &iik trog fastening. All
VELVET "TUXEDO" COATS AT
1 14.75 in blue, with gros-grain silk
lapels and cuffs. Some in imported
matelasse (basket weave) and in
quaint striped velvets. All sizes.
rinii Floor, nth nt.
Luxurious. Lounge Robes
At regular' Macy savings.
WOOL BLANKET ROBES AT
$6.4S in light stripe effects on deep,
warm reds and brown's. Heavy,
"fuzzy" and warm. All., fittings.
NAVAJO BLANKET ROBES AT
$9.48 in bright, barbaric colors. Made
in Oregon, in the centre of "the old
Navajo Indian country. All fittings.
DRESSING ROBES AT $12.48
tailored and made of double-face clcr
Cuffs cut aslant and piped. Milk
frog fastening. All fittings.
511 K" HANn.Ot!ltTF.n
rronM iapam mm Trat i
from our office at 71 Yama,! Cho..
Yokohama, and made orTour own
patterns. All fittings.
ROBES OF BROCADED SILK.
SILK-LINED. AT $24.75 hand
tailored throughout and made of a
matelassc (or basket weave) rich silk
in extraordinarily deep and striking
color-combinations. All fittings.
Main Floor, aath St., Itaar.
E. Braun et Cie, h. u. k- Hof Lieferanton, of 1 Craben VIII.,
Vienna, and also of Berlin and Carlsbad, are known the tcorld oetrfor
Men's wear of supreme excellence, for use in the intimacy of the home.
Macy's is the only store in New York where
the goods of E. Braun el Cie can be obtained.
Lounging Robes and Lounging Gowns, $39.50 to $55.00
Lounging Suits and Pajamas, $8.94 to $49.74
Main floor, ,l(th St.. lUar.
Men's Luxury Slippers
High and low models. Narrow and wide fittings.
Sizes 6 to 12.
High Slippers come in "Moroc
co" leather (red and black),
kid (tan and black), calf (in
tan) and felt (in black).
Low Slippers come in walrus
leather (tan), seal (black), kid
(tan and black), suede (tan),
patent leather, felt (in .grays,
blue and black), and in terry
cloth (various shades).
BOOTI ES. at $3.96. are cut high with
turnover tops that protect the ankles:
red or black nioro:co leather with
flexible hand turned soles and medium
OPERA SLIPPERS, at $3.49. slip
on and off easily: brown walrus;
alligator lined with" kid.
FAUST SLIPPERS, at $2.97. open
at the sides but protecting the ankles
from draughts: tan or black kid.
OPERA sflPPERSr.nt $I.9S. are
lined with kid: flexible soles: tan or
at thoMdes; in black: also Opera Slip
pers in the popular "Everett" Tnodel.
ROMEO FELT SLIPPERS, at
$1.49, flexible leather soles; felt inner
BLACK FELT SLIPPERS, $1.29.
COMFY SLI PPERs7i9. soft felt,
navy. blue. gray.
I BOYS' SLIPPERS, at $1.39 and
!$l.49, are counterparts of the
models shown for adults.
Fifth Floor. B'war. 34th St.
Table Sets & Floor Stands, Great Variety.
Table Sets cost $1.24 to $34.49
and are made in solid brass, cut
glass, cast and hammered brass
steel, etc. Many are mounted
with boars' tusks or wild deer's
antlers. Nearly all are imported
bv us from London, Paris and Ber
lin. A Table Set at $124 is made of
solid brass and is fitted with cigar
rests, match safes and ash tray the
whole on a happily designed tray.
A Table Set at $34.49 is made of
extremely heavy cast and hammered
brass in antique style. It is fitted
with a lighter, ash tray, cigar cup
(whicli alone weighs over 2) lbs.)
and cigarette cup.
In between there are perhaps
thirty prices and in several cases
there is only one piece of a kind.
.Smnlrincr Stnl tl 7J i-
and arc made of solid brass,
hammered steel and oak, in early
English and fumed finish. The oak
ones in particular are fitted, some with
a drawer, some with. drawer and cup
board, nnil mmn with 'n rllr.t.
i arrangement with racks for bottles
A Smoking Stand at $1.74 Is made
of solid brass and stands 28 inches
in height. It has a match safe,
cigar rests and removable. glass' ash
A Smoking Stand at $12.74 Is
made of seasoned oak in eaflv English
finish and stands nearly four feet
high. It has a cellaret te attachment
iiwde the swing door of a roomy-cupboard,
and on the shelf top there are
a match safe, a tobacco jar, pipe rack,
Smoking Stands come In 'as many
as twenty styles, and are mostly, indi
Macy's Tobacco & Smokers' Supplies Department is
not only prepared to satisfy everv wish or need of the most
fastidious smoker (whether in tobacco, cigars, cigarettes or
pipes and accessories), but does so at prices always lower
than anywhere else in New York City. rmh n
DECORATIVE LINENS REDUCEO
Beautiful and Practical Holiday Gifts - but no Room
io Advertise more man une in a Hundred
From Japan-l.UNCH CLOTHS OR
TABLE COVERS. Elaborate hem
stitched and hand-drawn work in
three charming patterns.
Hlxo where for
45 in. x 45 tn... $2.00
54 in. 54 tn... $2.50
From Japan FINE LUNCH
CLOTHS, round, embroidered on
pure linen from Belfast, Ireland.
Scalloped and hand-worked in "Ma
deira" style in eyelet effects, with
bow-knot and floral designs.
Kolrt Kite- MurtS
Slf.o M here for Special rrlre
45 in. x 45 in $4.50 $2.97
52 tn. x 52 in ....$6.00 $3.
rrP Madeira-LUNCHIiON NAP-
KINS. Hand-scalloped and hand
embroidered with, comer left open for
a monogram or initial, in typical deli-
cato eyelet work. Exquisite Hand-
work frnni Mnrloin ... .u-
asked elsewhere for, machine
Ii in. x 13 in $3.9, dozen
From Scotlamk-LUNCHEON SETS.
from Dunfermline nnd made of 'all
linen damask and hen isr itched. 'Set
consists of one cloth and six napkins.
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This Set consists of one cloth an'd l
Cloth . . .us in. x 70 in. 1 " i. .
Naakins.i'jf in.xi9Kfn. ,as?ff5.45