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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1918.
Macy & Co.'t Attractloni Arc Theli Low I'ri t,,
Mncy & Co.' Attractions Are Their Low Price.
SEVEN GREAT SALES
Broadway. 34th to 35thSt.
Movinc Picture Censorship fuse
in Point. Folk Tolls
Broadway , 34th to 35th St.
Providing Important and Practical Savings, Are Now in Progress
CTTKS TWO SHININT. IjKMITS
m n R'H-
If V u
m v u
Tripy'rp Hip. Conuiiittpos Tluit
Didn't Sppinl All Their
SpmkinR m thi topie "A Year t'ndnr 11
Kuelon Ham! of Aldermen, wvolnl of
th Aldermen told yesterday nt the hh'
onH Cilv ('lull N,itiml.iy luncheon muiio
Ihinc tilitpiit lln'ir Mii'tfw"i Mini fnlluie.
m tlm ctliirt In Letter cmiditiniiM in New
York. Jii hick I'oudiTi Meyers, who pre
oido'l, im.i(Ii it. i'.ihv for other. to explain
tiVIr irotllili.-" Iiy Hmioiiliring tli:U the
Umrd ot Aldermen In "itmstit iitiimiilly
disinclined to legi-Uin," mid tli.it even
"amendments to old legislation come
hiird " Ho Hilclttl tli.it ho believed that
it wan Impossililtt to linlum tint Ixmrd to
mvin the pnwnt code of onlmiineen
Altlertn.m Folkn prefaced liin summary
of tlm venx'e nik with n Htiiti'ineiit that
hp had no npoloRics to oflVr for the ron-
Htict of tliH board, whlrh ho lllrvod
wan clomn ite lvt to rIvm the city an
iiioiiiir.il administration Ahiohr the
matter h mentioned in hi ri'Viow was
lh ordm.iticv iiHiumnu city iitltot to
lolul-ellediiM Mioh Ho Kiui tho city lias
about n hiindrnd ours, which cost MOO.OOO,
.ind th.il the coit of upkeep of tho mi-
nines in a roar is equnl to the purcliasa
He laid emphARio on the fact that the
timion boani had appointed two com
mittees, thow to handle tho "nana fourth
of .Inly celebration uud the wetcomo to
the fleet, which had retunied lit.OOO and
S!i,(irQ rentectlvely to the city treumiry
ut of their appropriation There w.ih a
bin lnupli when he remarUis.1, " I'hm is
very umieiul "
He also told of the difficulties that had
liemd the committee in charge of framing
ii M mi-turn I ordinance tor movmc, picture; I
theatres-, and ho complained with Mime I
hitteriiest that "wouid-be. reformers"
had defeated the measure hy iin.itmi: (
upon Hie incorporation ol a ci iisoilnp .
provision He hoped the reformer would
wuk.. up and help the striictura I ordinance. ,
no uiiemlMira! ed hy the censorship
provteiou, to K'cumeu law I
uiei man milium i' nnin. cnairman 1 a
of (he epeeial committee to investigate
market conditions, said he lieheved tint
th" establishment ol more markets like ;
tho a-'hinnton Market would do a ureat ,
deal to solve the Idyll cost of liiiiK proli.
lein Ho told of the etlorte to t-talihsh I
piisluart market- under the Ki.-l llivi r I
lridRe. and said the invest ligation had,
khowii that the loodstulls Mild from '
carte hih of ac ood ipiality a that Mild
Alderimm .lotm Holies told the club
that huyiiiK llrework- for citv celehra
tloiirt wah like "liiiyinn a pin III a poke."
uince what wa laiu.lied "Niagara l all-
tin year iiimlit l a "sinn-et piece next
eaM-in He f.i'd. however, that if the
1 'on r t J i ol luly MreworKi. aiiroination
i-ould he ohtaltied earlv eliouijli he ho
liovetl that the citv ciiiid cave trom i'.'i
to ei per cent next Hummer
Mr. Holies alao told ot the work of the
committee to mw-MiiMie the tnxicah
and imliln hack .situation, winch he kih!
had lioen "11 scand.ii for many year- "
The club learned that the committee ha.
practirally Imi-hcd fi.itlierini; eideme
and that the idermen hope to Iraim an
urdiiiam.e thai will irnvide (.v Workers
with more r'asoiialile and saler cat.
He raid that ill bunion or I'aris a man
may ride all day lot what it eot-ts heie to
take a laitcHli from the Orand I entral
Station to Twent; -tilth street, and thai
while sue), transportation mii-t cost
more hen the question was "Why should
1 cost so much more'
Alderman Henry H Ciirran told of the
work of the Ktniiiire Committee andadvo
cated ihe Hbolitinu of the SmltttiR I'uiid '
.'omniisinn. which he said had no dune .
that could not lie better handled by the '
Board of Kstimate ami the I omptr'ollcr
Kully o per is.nt ol the stnkitic fund .
corninic-lon's iirei-etit dufa, iie said,
won to approve the I'ompt -oiler's choice
nf bnilduiKs for infant milk stations i
Mi Ciirran said he thought the Alder- '
roan nhotild ejeicise their powers of
Investigation nf toner 'I lie present polite i
invent leaf inn, lie said, was tint lltst by
the Aldermen since is.vi. He added thiit I
the investigators were trying "to Unci i
(unes rattier than to display effects"
and hoped to ! able to make recom-1
metidatimi" that would build up the I
emciencv ot tiie roiice uopartrnent
TRAPPED AS BOGUS DETECTIVE.
Foil re Snf
n mil Man at
tames Wilson, known tn tiie polks of
many cities s Kneltsh Uilmi, who lus
heen RtHMtiK at the P.til. venue Hotel
under an alia for some time, was imesiett
lu front of that hotel e-tirdav by Detective
Scandler on 1 1 1 complaint of llsnjatiiln
Turner, i pertlnr llvlne .it l I irsi
Turner sav Hint he tias walkinu in Knst
Twenty third street on the nlcht of December-.'",
when a girl nccnsti.fl him moment
it t g
later, lie -y- a innii purporting to he
dsteftivo arrt'-teil hlin The uirl dlSM
h..rml VV lion in kii.hl ,,1 tlin ulnllnn hnnan
lurnersav- the suimossil ileteetivn ollsieil
to let lilni ire If he would pnv him 'I urner
didn't have nmiiev . Imt maile out a check
tor f.Vio. he s.iji.. and iiromletl to meet
hini Inter ami Rive hitn more Turner
told the pnllceand whn he went to the hotel
y.torrtnv to meet Wlt-on the detecllvo
mnde the arrest
St llcndiiuartnrfl it woo said that Wllnon
an old innri nt the (fume whose police
record flutes hack to win
sr.uihs nttm rin: tkleihiapii,
ntitntey nroin. nt4 4. h! flr to hli
hnms In t'htraart lilt mnthsr was btirnit
lo rlsHth wl'h I'sr ttto.esr-nl4 on whlls
irjlnit t imrus hlin. Hlnnlfr n not
In hii tlsniBtsH jail dltTrr In Marian,
iisr tvdiir lui'l'lt.. In. Pullet-man i;harlsH
Olllrn was f-hot and klllM and I'olictman
John f'nnK rs-int wnuielsrl hy Harvey a
aafe hlnwir N'onn eftuped
"Whsn tmlks rnTTimari(1ssrrt har tail to
chans sum bandits In rhlrairo Mlsa Harah
Ilaksr rsfuiisd to pay ths far. Hhs was
placil In Jail.
"Any flvs psuple at H'nHhlnton ran found
university liy nlhiK nnilcs and could lm
medUtelv give pliyrlclatm' dsrsn to In
tfialfs of llie Invant iteyluin," f 'ominlaalonsr
Judscn tnld a fonerrswioiiul commlttas.
Tli' rullni! of Ksdsral Jmlits Pollock per.
mlttliiK the Kanwis .S'Httinil Oan f'nmpanv
tn liiriraiie tli iron nf aus from 14 to 11
rsnta waa isnlnded Iiy lit in following tli
ritonti or pf o-si. i'Iii t'eminliiploiivra nr
assl.s Clt. Kon.. demnndlnn tha tmprarh
msnt nf Judso Pollork
nu psranns, Including two women and
two children nit- timil hi Denlnon, la,
and no la itylnit h the tesult nf u grndf
croMiliii; arcldsnt when n Northwestern tiaa.
aeneer trstn hit h luiicKy.
Nathaniel fl Keith, fortver eerretarv arid
T'letditr ft. Williams, runner treaurer of
the I'lnelnnatl Trust I'lunpuny, nf whlrh
Qrorra 11. Coi witu prexldtnt, were Indicted
by tli Hamilton county Orand Jury ou
raaraw wt wwprnBaiivn-vi ksmik CaaVjaJa
Macy's Regular Shoe Stock
l z , w''. J 31 jS ;
Women's High-Cut Shoes at $3.69
.Uocy'i I'rltt nut S4.. SoU ElstuSttt for fb.OO.
Time art maJ: of Ihe finol licthtn .illtl ;irc tltisliod With scrupulous .ittCM-
tion to ilct.nl. 1'hc .otc- are m I titl - vliit.h niciiK comfort. Mtoncth, dtir.tbiltt.v--nmi
the Shot's .ire movli'Uil Unin t vi'f'tt 'ti iH. Krcici'ful a,f. 'Ihi' tups ;trc I'm
ishiii itwie with a hto.iJ h.inJ id itu Kt'wular min and. Iittitms in every stlo.
Style No. 2.
of p.itent lo.ither. wth
inetiiutti round and slifiht
ly recedinR toes. Or.ice
ful, yet adexu:itpl broad
soles, shaped to combine
comfort with a smart ap-
of Kiiti-tt.etvl calf, with
a top ot tine cravenetted
i loth. Medium vamp
and slightly reccdinp, tee.
t onifortat'le "Cuban"
heels that help m much
towards a tirm square
tread. Also with kid
top-., or all Runmeta!.
Sies J' to 7.
pearance. sue.i ih to
Women s High-Cut Shoes at $1.98
.ic;'i Prices uae S3.49 and S4..
Materials art.' putt'iit leather and dull calf, and the styles are
button and lace.
Not every si:e m eerv k nd, but still excellent choosing
among the 1.000 pairs.
Macy s Price uas ii.4'J.
Style No. 6.
Rut'on shoes ol leic quality patent
leather, with short vat! r- ;md tneilutin
weiuht vvt'ted sole,, 'o-e tritiitned.
Mis;ht! rtvedin tue. and careful
"Cuban" heels. Cut on i last whose
ever line is Kraattil. ;.et a'tord'tiK
full support for the instep aiitl room
for the toes. PeRtilar sizes and tittitiRs.
MA's .? to 7,.
Women's Comfortable Slippers at 39c
Sold elsewhere at prices runginf Jrom 50c to o5c
oj KiJerdoun. j Boudoir
with tiikk warm lamb's
wool stiles. Colors are
blue and pink, and sizes
ate to 7. -No tiees'
and children's s es
ible l".i'her -oe. Colors
are e , b' icK and red.
Hri-hed with a - Ik
ix ii pn:v. if- .v to 7
Women s Satin
Sold Hlriithrrr ,cr Ki
Of ,fnr fioili pink. blur. t.-MO or
pompom of rAie'iifi mid mtmnr rihhon
Misses' and Children's Button Shoes-
TAfsc nhofH fire of npiciul dmiiin, aiiatotincally fniistntrtfsl so us to piva th
grovviiiK fsjt the rwin mill ihe support it ms-ds. vet tetainitiu very smart np
j?arniiit' They irrr.r mii A lonqrr tKui the ordinary shoe. Iieisnuso the eniistnictlon ob
viates strain iimi stress, ami so ofiualis the wear
, Mens High
Macu's Prices ueie S4. and 53.94. Uscuhere, 56.00 and $7.00.
Material', vrhieh are of 'lie titiest nr
Pcfrnf Leather. ran "Russia" Calf Black Calf Black Kid
Styles follow th lead of Iotidnii. and are fiistiiiKiiishfvl by low. broad hoels,
rensluiK iis-s, flocelv-'rimiin-l soles, mid ample eoinfurt Some are liirw style,
some button lli')ti 'he "l.iee" Shfsw are It miinlwf eqiiipissl with tile smart
invisllile eyelets Sies U to It
FINE SAMPLE HOSIERY -40 OFF
Men's and Women's Hose 40,000 Pairs
These Hose are abso
lutely perfect the repre
-t. nt a half year's accumulation
of samples by America's fore
most importer - manufacturer.
Amons them are a ureat many
of our regular numbers.
The centre aisle on the Main Floor is devoted to this great sale, in ad-
dition to the regular department on tr
WOMEN'S HOSE, 94c
Elsewhere $1.50 and $2.00
I'liuii itiKi'iuii, lime tliniifl Hilk
ICttra splleeil heels solesand toen
.Meiliiiiii utiil heavy weiKht silk.
Some have eotloll soleh. others have
nil silk soles Ihey hnve thieli unit
thai plaeos, whlf h is the n'asi.n they
are jiru'ed so lew. but we stand
haeli fit them in eveiy way
A ele.ill up of the best silk boss
m.intifnrtureil in this countiy
WOMEN'S HOSE, 69c
Elsewhere $1.00 and $1.50 a Pair
liif'hided are fancy lisle, all hund,
tnbroliete in new flesintm
Plain silks, in evening similes Also
hiKh elass tiovt'lties
WOMEN'S HOSE, 48c
Elsewhere 75c and $1.00 a Pair
Included in the assort nifiit are many
beautifully hfiiifi-embroideiiMl lisle hos
iery, in Hie latest ilesiKim and shades.
laney Ixiot ilisiKim and novelty
WOMEN'S HOSE, 24c
Elsewhere 50c a Pair
lilnek cotton Light wcIkIiI wools,
Heavy weicht entttm and wools. In
Kinlli lislew Split Mile cottons..
Kuihroideri'd atitl sheer Katiru llslcn
in fancy and laco (IchIkiih
Shop- and Counter-Worn Book Sale
Several Ihousand Volumes and Off
Standard Srts, Standard Single Volumes, New Fiction.
Boys' Book,s, Girls' Books, t Illustrated Gift Books.
Macy's regular prices on Book's, as on everytliinK else in the
thrdtvrt' " 10 25''' 'ebS tha" ,hoSe 0f i,ny other tore in
These wile prices are reductions of 1-3 and more from Macy's
former Lowest in-the-Citv Prices.
I he Dwl. are ?,riitiVtl on two late tables for convenient
election ., ,.,.
' 11 I M
Prices, Radically Reduced
Style No. 7.
sho(k. with the
eyelets that itiahe
e.tsv . .Medium
and cut on evtremeh
craveful lines. SIirIuK
reciiling toe and close
trimmed welt. Also in
button style, as illus
trated in No. 1. Sizes J'-j
Shoes at $2.69
Sold hlseuhcrc J or S4.0U.
Style No. 3.
Button shoes ot hla;l, salf-lvir, in
dull mmmet.il titti.li. Short v.enp
and closely tntnmed sole- of meviium
we pin, cut from rehable oak-tanned
lea' Iter W vi'cl'tiu toes and the
'(.ub.ii." httls that insure a :'irm. et
Kr.isefnl carriage. Pecular si,-es and
lit t. tigs, man . to 7',.
Slipptrs cj Both Slipper) of Terrv
,. with tle
sloth, with leather sole
A 1 1 colors. 1 1 isol-. padded
comfort iblv wi'h Turk
Slippers at $2.89-
hlack nti l-'ir.iihid uilh n Antidjtoinr
l.oun Qutme hrrln rrgulnr rite
Shoes at $3.96
There is fine choosing
in 40,000 pairs, liven iize.
material and u lur. everv weight
and eer stle that 'man or
woman could" wish. Macv's
pays the manufacturers onlv
about hah' the regular prices for
these I lose, and the savings are
passed along to ou.
the Main Floor, Centre.
WOMEN'S HOSE, 15c
Elsewhere 25c and 35c a Pair
lipht weight coltfius.
laeht weii-ht llslo Winter weight
wool Mercerised lisles. Kleece lined
Split foot cotton hone, imported.
Also domestic seamless hose.
MEN'S HOSE, 24c
Elsewhere 50c a Pair
ninok silk lisle and lislo thread Hnlf
Hose, in colors Illaek lislo, with col
oreil embroidery Colored lisle, with
nnlf -colored embroidery.
Fine lisle with vertical nod round
stripes or colored grounds.
Hlack lisle, wit h jacqunrd and checked
MEN'S HOSE, 15c
Elsewhere 25c a Pair
Foreign and domestic Half Hose, all
with double re'cla, soles and toeo.
Included am black cottons, full fash
ioned tatiH, Rrnya, burgundy and navy
bluu cottons. Funoy checks, or trlpen
on colored grounds. Vertical and jao
Hilk lisles, in black nnd colored effect.
Crowded Out of this Announcement-
Is the Detailed News of:
Special values in Lingerie Waists;
18 Styles at $1.98.
Important Economies in The Grea t
White Sale, including speckl values in
Corset Covers, Combinations, Night
A Clearance of last year's patterns in
Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums, all at
SPLENDID FURS AT HALF PRICE
The Greatest Fur Sale of the Winter
Is Now in Full Swing at Macy's
Nrrnntt Floor, llroadnst
Qu;tlit -F-'nr- the-e. representing three jjreat cash purchases
from manufacturers whose Fur Garments and Sets are notable
both for their stle and their reliability Also included in this
event is the entire Macy collection of fine Purs, which have been
marked at special prices for clearance.
Hundreds of Handsome Fur Sets at Half Price
At Half Price Scores of Fur Wraps and Coats
Broadtail Coat $474.00
OtaJe h tell for $09.00)
A magnltloeat uniniont 52 milieu
lone-made of finest, niot lii'troii
kln straight Hue inocfel. rlelib
Broadtail Persian Lamb Coat
(Made lo sell for $674.00).
Well lutte Hklnit medium curl,
perfectly matched llnnili-oine 54
inch enrment on new Mraiitht lines
Scotch Moleskin Coat $296.00
(Made h tell for $594.00)
Selected qiiHlM v ekin. hinhrht el.is
workmanship Motlel 14 incites Ion
Russian "Kolinsky" Coat
(Aatfe lo sell for $496 00).
MiiAtt t'Utjtnay tmnlrl. nmde of
fiill-rurred fklne rewmlillni; lilemled
Hudson luv suhle
Hudson Seal Coats $214.00
Imported H)ed .Mukrat
(Made to sell for $429.00).
Uruf.eil I'niiuln miHlrl of ilclit
elijht rtUInt, nf seleeted ciuullty.
sel-ln hleees (initrful ("out, M
Baby Caracul Coats $194.00
(Made lo tell for $96.0O).
Straight line model 64 Inehru lone
euUwiiv model of tint. welt-mnrUfd
Hudson Seal Coats $169.00
i Imported Iiyed Miiskrnti
Made to sell for $9.00).
Straleht Imrk. .Vi-lnrh modl. with
Tide lp selected pelts, verv soft tid
Civet Cat Coats
(Made lo sell for $)I9.00).
t'ontrntttltiB fiir collnp and cuffft
trim theoe .'.i-imh iMrmctitH, which
r mnde of tlnrly mnrked, well
Blended Squirrel Coats $129.00
(Made to sell for $264.00).
niae iftp model, m indies Ions,
made, nf well
Hudson Seal Coats $124.00
(Made lo sell for $249.00).
Straight line model, M Inches lone
Deep (.fiiiwl collar. BmcHdi-d llnlnc-
French Seal Coats $94.75
'(Made to sell for $189.00).
Very beat finality, full furred.
Hklna well matched Straight
models. ;.4 Inches long. Hom with
nnturul raccotm collar and cuffs.
French Seal Coats
(Made to sell for $139.00).
(Selected pella, M Inch
with deep shuwl collar
Natural Pony Coats $64.75
(Made lo sell for $129.00).
Cutaway model, 64 Inchea loni
very smart stvlo
Blended Muskrat Coat $58.75
(Made to sell for $119.00).
Itlch, dark 'colored muskrat pelta,
well matched, are used for thla 5?.
Inch strnlRht linn coat. Kitremely
Black Pony Coats $54.75
(Made lo sell for $112.00).
Finely molreri aklns. In rich blaok
dye. Coat 53 Inchea long
Natural Pony Coats
(Made lo sell for $917)).
Three-fpiarter length. New, smart
style in n 42-Inch cutaway Coat,
lucii cutaway (;oat,
tlexllile, well marked
maun oi sniv,
French Seal Coats
(Made to nil for $89.75).
(Straight line model. 52 Inchea lone
made of full furred aklna. Silk lined.
Black Pony Coats $33.75
(Made to sell for $69.75).
Htramli. well-cut model. 52 inchea
long -made nf well-marked aklns,
Run ettiut iiiejui
Dress Goods Remnants, including all
of the popular and desirable Wool fab
rics of the season, at greatly reduced
Groceries, Teas, Coffees and
Canned Vegetables at savings.
China and Glassware at 1-5 less
than usual Macy Prices.
If boucht In thi
nur price wouM hr rrlCC
Blended Hudson Bay Sable
Scarfs $159.00 $79.75
Muffs $219.00 $99.75
Scarfs $224.00 $112.00
Muffs $164.00 $82.75
Scarfs $74.75 $37.49
Muff $89.75 $44.75
Scarfs $26.75 $13.49
Muffs $31.75 $15.74
Scarfs $54.75 $26.75
Muffs $89.75 $44.75
Scarfs $54.75 $26.75
Muffs $74.75 $36.75
Scarfs $114.00 $53.75
Muff $84.75 $42.75
Hudson Seal (dyed musUrat)
Scarfs $37.75 $18.74
Muffs $39.75 $19.87
Scarfs $41.75 $20.74
Muffs $44.75 $22.74
Scarfs $59.75 $29.75
Muffs $74.75 $37.49
Scarfs $27.75 $13.87
Muffs $39.75 $19.87
Scarfs $42.75 $21.74
Muffs $54.75 $27.75
Scarfs $86.75 $42.75
Muffs $114.00 $56.75
Scarfs $42.75 $20.74
Muffs $44.75 $22.49
Scarfs $54.75 $26.75
Muffs $67.75 $33.75
Scarfs $6735 $33.75
Muffs $55J5 $27.75
Scarfs $22.74 $11.37
Muffs $22.74 $11.37
Scarfs $39.75 $18.74
Muffs 542.75 $21.74
Scarfs $67.75 $33.75
Muffs $54.75 $26.75
- Scarfs $129.00
Dyed Kit Fox
or Muffs $57.75
Natural Hudson Bay
Sable Set $474.00
INFANT OUTFITTINGS CLEARANCE
Prices Average l2 Macy's Former Prices
fiance of si7es in some cases
ments have been slightly rumpled iiunii" the riMi ot our recent
holida season. In no mitancc. however, have (he ser ice-gn uv
qualities of the merchandise been impaired in the 'lightest. Re
member Mac's never sacrifices quality to make a low price.
White and Colored
Sizes I to 5 years.
99c Mncy's price was $mj.
White and Colors.
Sizes up to I year.
19c Macy's prices were up to 3c.
Knitted Wool Sacques. All
White or Colored Trimmings.
Sizes I to 2 years.
49c Macy 's prices we're tip to 51.4').
Wool Toques and Bonnets.
Sizes up to 5 years.
39c Mncy's prices were up to 51.3').
Pink or Blue Washable
Sizes 2 to 8 years.
99c -AtncyV, prices were tip to S1.40.
$1.98 Mao V prices were up to S2.4'.
Children's Colored Dresses.
Sizes 2 to 5 years.
59c -Macy'.s prices were up to wc.
89c Macy's. price were up to 51..
BRIEF mention may be made of our dainty hand-made
imported garments -Lingerie and Pique Coats. Lon and
Short Drees. Afghans, Pillow Covers, some beautiftilh
hand-embroidered b the cleer workers of Nancy. France
artists who produce handwork which is as skilful as the
inimitable Appenzell embroider .
Fine specimens of hand work too, which we have imported
from delightful Paris and its en irons, conspicuous
amoim which are dresses embroidered in file lire (drawn
thread) and sable ceeded) designs. Prices are astonish
ugly low for such rare pieces of handwork. One may pur
chase a hand-made and hand-embroidered Bib as low a
39c. or daint hand-made and hand-embroidered Dresses
at 53.96. 54.96, 55.94. or more elaborate confections from
58.98 up t" 538.49, with main intermediate prices.
An exquisite Garniture du berceau in three pieces Canop .
Afghan and i Cover, made of richly patterned alloer
Valenciennes lace, with shell pink taffeta silk lining and
trimmings of real princess lace and ribbon rosettes was
imported b us from France to sell originallv at 5159.00.
It is now $'55.49.
50,000 Yards Black Dress Silks
Marked Vi below
Black Satin Charmeuse.
Made to sell for $1.75.
Black Crepe Meteor,
Slade to :.ell for $1.75.
Black Chiffon Taffeta, 79c
Made lo sell for $1.00.
Black Satin Messaline, 49c
Made lo sell for 75c
Black Satin (from Italy), $1.19
Made lo sell for $1.75.
Black Crepe de Chine, 99c
Made to sell for $1.25. ,
SALE OF MARBLES, BRONZES, CLOCKS, ETC.
1-5 ott marked prices by buying this week.
We cannot mention tnore than "a tithe
of the beautiful objects in the Macy Base
ment, which find a place in this Sale.
Clocks & Clock Sets
Those priced from $34.89 up. 1-S off
Macy's marked price when you buy.
ISimgentlons only enn lie itlrrn.)
KltKNCH KMPIIti: CLOCK SI'.T.
(old llronze. Illdi nnii linvy orns
inpMntlon. Cluck 2: in. Cmiflolnlira
!i liif. Prctnt I'lltvi sinsim,
Snip Price 1-S less.
nti;Ncn clock sr.T nrimp
Cuplil with lnurtl mifl rllihfin iloco
rntlou In kIU Clock t: ln Klu-ht
;lay uiiitrHiitecrl inupinent. Hour .ind
Imlf hour KtrlUe. Cnmleltibra II (iih.
I'rewnt Prion Irtl.sn.
Sale Price Ipm,
riti.Ncii ni:ori,AToi! clocks,
Hlflilr gold plated. oiled tilasi
kIi. llrnniiifiital front with ennui,
oiled medallion hclmv tllnl I'.IkIiI
day aiiarntitccd nioveincnt. tvitli hour
and hnlf hour strilio. Present Price
174. Mi .Sale price 1-S Ichs.
IMPORTED MAIKKHVY M AN
rr.L CLOCKH. c.llt (ltl, NVer dial,
tjuarter hour Westminster clilums
nn finely teniieied tuln'H. with ntldl
tlonul hour HtriKn Clock 17 Inn
I'renent Pi loo S:tti.nti.
Sale Price l- lem,
Those priced from $34.89 up, 1-5
-T1IK l.nOUCHJMi VMM'S " A
Carrara niarhle (Inure, :i4 Iiim. Com
plete with pedPrttnl. Prcst-m Price.
S7IU.0O. Sale I'rlco 1-5 l.v.
Kroup RhfiwlnK ltaplmcl hi'iidlne over
Iiih nnncee, KintPd III a chair :k Ins.
Heailtlfully caned Present Price
IXM.ui). Sale Price .ra es,
Krpun. W Iiim. Complete with pedes-
iTf-eeni itici .cc.i.oo
Sule Prlco 1-5 U'BM,
The beautiful fiRures and busts dcttiileil above are a very few
fine collection of individual works in the Macy Basement.
For particulars as to how to save money and tnal.c
money see our advertisement ou page W, this section.
.Sec nnd 1 1
Some of the ";ir-
Blanket Robes. Variety of
Attractive Colors. For Bovs
Si'zm 2 to 8 years.
$1.98 Macy's prices were up to f J .l'i,
Misses and Children's
Sizes 2 to 16 years.
39c Mncy's prices we're up to ,v.
49c Macy's prices were up to 84t.
69c Macy's prices were up to 0.
99c Macy's prices were up to 51. HI
Infants' Caps. Of fine Lawn
and Silk. Hand-Made.
Sizes up to 2 years.
19c Macv'.s prices were up to 4'c
39c Macy's prices were up to (V.'c.
49c M.icv's prices were up to f 1.40.
Children's White and Colored
Sizes 2 to 12 years.
39c -Macy's prices were up to 74.
69c iMacy's prices w'ere up to 51.4').
99e Macy's prices were up to 51 W.
Black Satin Measaline. $1.19
Made to sell for H. 50.
Charmeuse Satin, $1.29
Made to sell for $1.65.
Black Satin Messaline, 69c
Made to sell for $1.00.
Black Satin Duchesse, 89c
Made lo sell for $1.25.
Thoie priced from $34.89 up. lo o'
Macy's marked price when ou h
(NuKRciitloiiH only i nn le elyen
itr.Ai. vir.NNA imos'zr. kk.i r:i
of the Amerlcnn IndUit chief ft.-. J
Cloud'" In full reatheivd wiir flle
Staiiclrt in? Present price
s:'ioi.n, snle ir((. i ;. I.-..
IIP.U. VIKNNA III1DNZK I Kil IM
of cow hoy vntiltlni; flown n .-lift
KtiindH Id Inc. I lie. action and ileln"
are wonderfully lllellke PrewMit
Price llOl.wi. .Sale Pric t-:, les..
I1K.AL FUKNClfllltONZi: Hdl III
"Semeiir d'ldeen." iqb Finely
modelled. Present Pricn, llifi.nn
Kale I'rlcH t-.'i er,
"Flfther (ilrl." :
: Iiih I'renent Prlc
Sale Price, 1-.". els
nr.Af, niKNcn niio.vzi: noiTTtr
"llaryenter " I inn Premut Price
(U. 7 1. Sain Price 1-5 le
liFU. VIKNNa""HI)NX,K KtCL'ltl
entitled "MlBnon," Rtajidlnir :i
Indies lileli. It la lifelike hTiiHj ,l
ii iraeeful uirl playlUR tlm mandolin
Pie.sent I'llce, JHI'.OI.
Sale Prlc l-i leu
off Macy's marked price when you hti'
only can t'e mucii.i
"FLIGHT OK THE SOUT. " Mirhi"
group, 37 ilia. A rarelv beautiful
subject. Present Price ItS.VOO,
Hale Price t-5 lee
"LA , PAR18IENNE." Marble ,i
alabaster Imat. 57 Inn., by Pocli
lrcent Price, MM. so,
Hale rice I .
VKNt'8 lF. MILO." .Mnrble nui
as Ins. Present Price, lin..v.
Halo I'rice l-.i If
onlv of t;