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THE SUN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.'
PROFIT-SHARING PURE AND SIMPLE
Thousands of Depositors' Account customers who received their
dividend checks this morning will testify to the economy, con
venience and general satisfaction of the
Macy Deposit Account System.
VERY customer that buys on a Macy Deposit Account shares Macy's
profits to the extent of 2. Perhaps the 2 dividend does not
mean much to you. But think what the cash amount may mean
to some poor person.
IVEN with the 2 dividend on 510.00 you can give a woman and her
cnna a ironey ricie on to tne country lor a aay. it you spend mso.oo
at Macy's, the 2 dividend amounts to S3.00. With that S.J.00
you can give a whole family a Xmas dinner. If you spend SI, 000.00
a year for ordinary household and clothing purchases and spend thatsi.000.00
at Macy's with the 2 dividend you can send a whole family to the country
for a week during the summer heat all at no cost to you.
Many people who buy at Macy's on a Macy Deposit Account
set aside the 2 dividend check which they receive just be
fore Xmas to make some poor family happy on Xmas Day.
BITTLE amounts, if often enough repeated, grow to big amounts.
Although you may only save from one-tenth to one-fifth on some
purchases, as compared to prices elsewhere, by buying at Macy's.
this Reeular Macv Snvinp will enable vnn tn mnl a vnrv mntnrini
reduction in your cost of living.
Although the cash dividend on your Deposit Account purchases is but
2, it is enough to make some family happy for at least one day in the year.
JPENING a Macy Deposit Account at Macy's is very simple and takes
duuuu uiie iiuiiuie. iou ueposu wnatever sum you wish in the
Macy Deposit Account Department on the Balcony just above the
Main Floor. 34th Street side Ynnr
compounded every three months until you spend it. Shop in the usual way
and have your purchases charged to your account by giving vour Deposit
Account number to the salesclerk. Accounts cannot be checked against as
we do no banking business, but in case you need a small amount of cash any
time you are in the building, you can draw on your account.
The Deposit Account System is intended solely as a convenience for our
customers. Therefore, only accounts intended for purchasing purposes are
Those who have always found shopping at Macy's economical
and practical, have found it, since the innovation of the De
posit Account System, highly convenient also.
Buy all of your Xmas gifts on a Macy Deposit Account and
use your 2 cash dividend to make some one else happy on
It will be your best Xmas gift.
w C (5)
HERALD SQUARE uHntifftiMSmMt NEW YORK
AT SMALL PRICES.
Those who wish to economize in their
Holiday expenditure and still make
only such gifts as are truly "worth
while" will find especial delight in our
"LITTLE GIFT CORNER."
However trivial your selection, that
which is guaranteed by the Flint Trade
mark carries with it the refinement and
distinction of Flint Quality. The
Christmas Gift chosen at Flint's is a
gift to be treasured for years.
G eo, C. Flint Co
48-47 WeBTSt) 4-28 Wear 24&fe
JOHN DOE GRAND JURY
moil t in
llund Down Prospnl
Hvile's Case Tnlil It
"'iiiishcs Its Woi'l
'l In' .lolm Uob Grand Jury, which m
iinchtiRiitiiiK f'omlitloim in tJio Tomtw,
lil not hand down u presentment yi-sti-r-cluy
in III" iniillHr of ih.t treatment hoJ
co.-ded lo Charles II. Hyde, as wan e.
peeled. Instead it in thought tluit tlm
ruxly will not report loJimtlcn OolT until
Bflcr it hau lliiislii'd Uio present investi
gation, Tim Grand Jury yesterday heard Hie
testimony of five kfponi of (Jio Tombs,
who told of tho way In which prii-onerH
re usually kopt. Martin 0. Wright,
yon of Deputy Com mis ion or of t.ho De
partment of Correction William Wright,
nd John Martin, secretary to Hcretary
of SUtfl Lazonsky, trot hied tliat they
wero present during ail interview which
Commissioner Wright guve to a report t
of a morning newspaper and that Mr.
Wright did not nay that ho would civo
Hydo profruntial treatment I icuuso of
hit belief in his innocence, The Grand
Jury adjourned until thia morning ufter
hearing these witnesses.
The Onuid Jury may meet every day
from now on and complete the invcutlga
tioa of the oitor'a iils and priMua. Every
institution that cotnen under the direction
of the Depan.nent of Correction will ho
examined. JuMice (JofT, in charlne the
(Jrurid Jury, asked them to extend their
inquiry into all the jails. If the jury has
any recommendatioim to make they will
probably bo made part of the presentment
which will havetodowiUiIIyde'H quartern.
Hydn remained in the "Cummin Hhack"
yesterday. To-morrow pie will come up
J. B. MERRILL INDICTED.
former Dlnlrlrl Atlorarr of Qnrrn
Aeeiiara Sneeeannr of Npltr.
John H. Merrill, fonner District Attor
ney of Oueena roimty, and one of the
iM-ht known lawyers there, against whom
an indictment has been found for the
larceny of an automobile, sent word
to District Attorney Smith yesterday
that a case which he was trying in Hrook
lyn would prevont Ills apxaring in tho
Long Island City court to answer to tho
charge. County Judge Humphrey put
off the hearing until to-day,
Kmll Frita of Woodhaven and William
J, Bioruck. a chauffeur.
yesterday on bench warrants. Their
indictments wero jointly with that of
Mr. Merrill, and thev 1liriv4 il.nt ,
or about October 29 Krltz had In.hiB pos-
session, an bailee, an automobile be
longing to Burt 8, Clarke, loft with him
by Lueillo Clarke; that he appropriated
Hia niuohtnn fnr thu nun ... -i
that Merrill and Bierack were parties
Clark eaad hia wife had m """IT rrnt.
He's got the news I
We've marked down every
Youth's mixture suit in our
stock to $15, $20 and $25.
Just when savings are most
needed before Christmas.
Liberal savings, too on a
majority $5.00 or more.
Youths' sizes, 32 to 35 inch
$15, $20 and $25 now.
Men's novelties, selected by
our men abroad.
Leather and metal com
forts. For traveling, motor
ing, smoking, or just loafing.
For boys Sporting Goods.
For men and boys to give
ladies unique trump mark
ers, work baskets, manicure
sets, matinee bags.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Storei
a at ,
Warrtntt 13thtt. 84th tt.
and Merrill clalma to have acted us coiiusol
for Mrs. I larke. 11m huys he had nohimd
in tho transfer of il r V), ,
accused his successor f spite District
A oniey Kinith said he Im'd no cl o ice
but to do UM he tlid, as Mrs. Clarke ami
her husband appeared before the tlnuid
ry and Mr. rlmith knew nothing of
the indictment until it was handed out,
Bethell on Mnntclnlr School Rnnril.
MoN-Tcum. N. .1.. Deo o. -Mayor Himk
announred to-day that ho would appoint,
Union Nobel llcthnll, piesident of the Now
VflL I'ltl.ttilwirm .v. .... .
the Montclnlr Hoard or Kilueallnii to hh,
LTHC LAROIST MAKKR OP MEN'S j
'V3.50 4 M SHOES IN THE WORLD i
'.ortlc in W. Ti. Innclns storo"
windows and vou'll sro nhnr
lor nn.tio ntui )(4.r(Hliat n
nisi as uoiki in sivic. maim wenr an
ollit'riiuikcn costlnir Jftn.DO in M7.IKI.I
t?4r (liconlvtlil'fi'rvncois flic nricc. Hlmin'
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... .t... ,ib uiivi nil. - lis
rslllt I'vepvliiiil v. If vim rnnlH i-lat- XV r.
Douglas largo factories at Urocktoti.Mass.,
aim sec mr yonrnrii how cnrritlliy w. Ij.
lonirIan nIioca aro nintlc. von would thpn nn.
dcrHtand why they nro warran ted to fit better. 1
iikih. unu-i , nuiu tiit'ir hiihiic ana wear I
longer tuun nny otiior make for the price.
THE BEST S2.00 MHO M2.BO
mors' shoes in the World
nAIITIOM lee iimt wr. f..i..uu.
. Wnw I la Inmiifil on the btlm.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
tf W.L.poimlMahofrr nol fonl In roof Tlolnltj,
51S Xniiau Slrrrt. ,
"sr. Ilruailnur, corner Hth 8trVt.
ltrouilitii.T, ror. Mth (t.(l'nlon BqO
13111 llromlnai , corner Sflth HlrceU
H '.)," r.rnmlKsiy (Timet Squmra).
OK4 Ihli.l Arrnne.
14ft.! Third Arnne.
202 Tlilril Arrnnr. remer ISOth fltreet.
3770 Thlr.l Axr.,hrU lOth J47th Btl.
3411 Klchlh Atrmn.
fln.1 i:icIiIi Avrnue.
SfiO Yrt 13ftlh Mrett.
.W.L DOUGLAS STORES;
IN NEW YORK:
411 Fnltna Street, corner PaarlStraet.
70K.7IO llromiway, corner Thorn ton HI,
137 llroniliTxr, corner natet Aenuo.
47M Pirth Avenne, comer 11th BtroeU
1770 Pllkln ATonne.
.IKHSKV CITT-M Nawark AToan.
NRWARK-8.il nroad StrMt.
TIIENTON-101 E.Stat SUoor.Broa4
A NATIONAL mST!TUT!ON"a
CLOTH1NC FUXN1SHINGS AND HATS
ran nun, both and cntLDEEW
Overcoats, which we are featuring, are too big a
subject with us to discuss in connection with
anything else; but to-day we want to tell you
of our Men's Suits. We are showing four en
tirely new models that you cannot find else
where, because we design and make these gar
ments ourselves. And if you really want your
full money's worth in both style and quality
our assortment is the one you should sec.
$15.00 to $40.00
Special Young Men's Styles of the Smartest Cut:
The "Clarendon," a sack suit on English lines.
The "Hampton," an extreme soft roll sack.
The "Alvardo," a smart sack, short and shapely.
The "Connaught," with two or three buttons.
Quality, Style and Price are Right.
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Broadway & Sixth Avrnue, between 31st and 32nd Streeta.
Cooper Square opposite 5th Street.
Brooklyn: Fulton at DeKalb Atc
IUI a Ctntarg
"The Linen Store"
For Christmas Handkerchiefs
We urge our patrons to do their Christmas shopping at
the earliest possible date.
People like to buy Handkerchiefs for Christ
mas gifts at "The Linen Store" for a variety
Our counters are roomy and our sales service is
adequate even through the Christmas rush.
"The Linen Store," as befits its name, is th,e
place to find tho largest and finest stock and the
widest range for selection.
Every Handkerchief can be relied upon to be
pure 'linen absolutely.
All Handkerchiefs are packed in pretty gift boxes.
James McCutchcon 8c Co.,
Jth Ave. & 34th St., w.i8BE2U
rrJr?rfrrJrJ rTrJ rJrJrnI
In Christmas Readiness-Holiday Styles
Low Crown with the
new open curl
Rich Soft Hats, $1.90
Chinchilla Vtlour and Silk rlnlih
lllili 'laiirrlng ti)wn, Mattlih
nd VI r 1 1. il Vrl( IMgr.
Flat Brim Silk Hats, $3.90 & $4.80
Newest Paris Block
ORDERS BALLOT BOXES TO JURY.
hill h. Aldrlcb, whvta turm oxpirv ou
.luNtlcr (Juff Will llne llrcnnnt tn
Several Tenth A. I. Dl.lrlct..
At thp rraiiPRt of AHtdHtnnt District
Attorney Do Kord JiiHtlco Ooff yenter
diiy ordered tint Hoard of Klrctlons to
lirliiK liefurn tho (Jruiul .lury bullot
Imi.nch of the Fourth, Tenth, Twelfth
mid Fourteenth elertlon dl.itrlctH of tho
Tcntli Ahbenibly dlNtrlct.
The order fnllowH ni'cu.mtloni that
tlio Hoanl of Inxpectora ntuffed tht
tekw to lot JLlerar OraaoUr, 'Jhuu-
Lasts longer than a buttonhole
collar and Is easier to put on sad
to take off. 15c, 3 for 25c
Cluett, Peabodr & Co., Makers
many Hall candldato for Assembly.
Tlio foreman of tho Jury la trj open
tho boxes In tho present's of the Jury
and the ballotH nre to bo recounted.
Sir. Do Ford atd he hud been In
formed that certain Inspectors and poll
clerliH of rleet Ion who canvuased tho
votfH made falso statementn of tho rc
Hiilt. Tlio matter was llrst brought to
attention by watchem of the national
I'rusreHxlvo pnrty and reprcBcntatlvea
of tho Honest Ballot Association.
Maxim Iilrnkruut wan the candidate of
fca rrcraaatvair 1 tb Xaajkt,
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.
Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tentli Street
Raccoon coats at $95.
Full sweep skirt and large
Extra fine selected black
muskrat skin lined fur coat,
Persian lamb collar, shell of
imported broadcloth, $170.
Hudson seal lined coats,
Persian lamb collar, $175.
SPECIAL Black Man
churia dog fur coat, 68-inch
sweep, Venetian lined, with
deep collar, $17.50; value
Burlington Arcade floor, New Bide.
v Watch For It!
A Big Double Event in Mens Clothing
is preparing for tomorrow and Thursday-
News of it in tonight's papers-
Make a Man Happy With-
fFAn oxford gray camtl's-hair room
robe, lapels, collar, cuffs and pockets
faced with silk, quilted on, heavy silk
A royal purp'e house coat of silk
crepe, hand-tailored, silk-lined, $25.
An A ngora jacket of chestnut brown
A Jasper Ik reefer, reversible ex
quisite combination of black and
A maiMer-prinl silk handkerchief
always in the upper pocket of the Lon
don man's topcoat, $1.
A Spitaltfietd silk neektie. In over a
thousand exclusive designs, $2.
Halfti-dmen shirt of English twill
silk, in the latest patterns and color
An umbrella of Mnrtln silk and
shank, put together here $11.75.
A walking xtick of rhinoceros horn;
gold-mounted only 4 in the United
States $50. J
Some of the finer things we bring from London and the
Continent, invariably six months.ahead of any one else in America.
We cannot readily renew our stocks of these imported fineries.
We hope our continuing friends will not fail to make early choke.
Men Need Slippers, Too
Every taste can be gratified, every foot fitted, 'in
the great Christmas, stocks in the Men's Store.
Low cut slippers, $1.20 to $3.75.
Romeo styles, high over instep, elas
tic goring on sides, $1.75 to $4.
Kidskin, in black or tan, alligator
and calfskin in tan.
"Comfy" felt slippers, noiseless, soft
padded soles, slightly thicker heels,
$1.25 and $1.50.
Cavalier slippers of Oxford gray felt,
with red and black felt cuffs around
Felt slippers with leather soles and
heels, low cut, $1.50; high cut, $1.75
Alligator slippers in chestnut brown!
trimmed with tan calfskin, $3.
Traveling slippers of fine soft kid
skin, in pouch; slippers and pouch,
Cavalier house boots of tan suede.
Cavalier house boots of soft kidskin,
red, tan or black, $5.
Moccasins of brown elkskin, squirrel
lined, stitched elkskin soles, $5.
Moccasins, natural color elkskin;
with burnt designs, $2; brown tlk
skin, bead designs, $2.50.
All displayed on racks for convenient choosing.
Mistakes in sizes will be rectified any time after
Christmas Day. Burlington Arcade floor, New Bldg.
The Men's Custom-Tailoring Shop
is going to declare a dividend today and at the same time dis
tribute a surplus of fine worsteds, cheviots and tweeds mostly
imported not big enough to carry into the New Year.
5 suit lengths, 565 grade 17 suit lengths, $60 grade
21 suit lengths, f55' grade 42 suit lengths, $50 grade
These we will make up into sack suits at $42.50.
52 suit lengths, $45 grade 45 suit lengths, $40 grade
These we will make up into sack suits at $33.50.
Individual measurements will be faithfully observed in the
cutting. The style will be the current lounge sack. The tailor
ing will be the best in every detail. Delivery promised before
Christmas Eve. Burlington Arcade floor, New Bldg.
Handkerchiefs Make Very
. Splendid variety of our own. directly imported pure linen
handkerchiefs in the new fashions approved by London and
Style 16 Is a fine quality of linen with
quarter-Inch solid colored border and
hand-embroidered Initial with em
broidered mcdullion, 50c each, six
Style 42 is a French hand-hemstitched,
handkerchief of fine linen, cambric,
unusual quality, 76c each, box of six
Style Z pure linen handkerehlefa;
with Jf-inch letter and J-inch hems!
excellent quality, box of six, $1.
Dress handkerchiefs of sheer linen,
hand-hemstitched, all width heme.
75c, $1 anJ Sl.SOcach.
French printed handkerchiefs, 60c
Irish hand-printed handkerchiefs In
colors to match ties and socks, 25c
and 50c. Main floor, Old Building.
Books in Sets .
The Wanamaker Book Store's facilities and service are
the largest in tho world, and our close association with the
publishers naturally enables ua to seize upon tho larger
opportunities offered when tho publishers have overlota
to dispose Of.
All of the sets listed here are well printed on good paper
durably bound, and suitable for gifts or your own library. '
Balzac, 18 vols c)otu oka
Dickens, 16 vols. cloth, $9 fi ieather' 112 60
Eliot (St. James edition), 10 vols ti leather M7B
Hawthorne, 25 vols clofh! llolso
Hugo, 10 vols ciotn' ij A
Charles Lamb, life and works, 8 vols cloth' k m
Poe, 10 vols. . . . . cloth, $4.26. . . M leather.' Ibm
Shakespeare. 20 yola doth, $7.00....$ eatheJ llljS
Stevenson, 10 vols ft leather 17 K
Plutarch's Lives and Other Writings, 10 vols ..V. clotk! 2km
Ralph Waldo Emerson's Writings, 5 volumes, good 09
large type it ie.v tS-M
Eugene Sue. 10 volumes, good type and paper . . .cloth' lRJW
Taine's English Literature, 4 vols U ieather' II
m ,-i - umi ft Book Store, Main floor, Old Buildln g