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THE SUN, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
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By Having a
Macy Deposit Account
you know automatically just
how much you spend each month
and for what you spend it.
R. H. Macy & Co.'a Attractions Are Their Low Price.
LM W Waaim Herald Square.
D'way, 34th to 35th St.
By Storing Your
Furs With Macy's
you are assured the best of care
for your Furs at minimum
cost.
These Exceptionally Excellent
Motoring CO A TSfor WOMEN
are IMPORTED from England
New models suitable especially
for Motoring and Steamer Wear.
Silky. Fleecy Mixtures and Olive Gray-Green Tweeds from
Burberry" of London. In severely mannish and loose swine
iiir models. $44.75.
Warm dinning Steamer Coats bv "Burberrv" of London
and Coats similar in model made here to JUncv's order of peb
bled gray-and-green mixtures, $39.75.
Lull, roomy lounging Coats made to Mncv's order, of im
ported gray homespuns. Wide collar and broadsoft belt. $29.75.
Every requisite for motoring for
Owner, Chauffeur and Car
is to be had in the
Motoring Goods Dept., 5th Floor, 34th St.
We specialize in
Coats Fitted Lunch Baskets Sundries
Dus'.hs Caps Maps
Chauffeurs' Suits Goggles Leather Notelties
The Motoring Department asks vour patronage on the
score of
Completeness of Stocks and
Consistent Daily Regular Underselling.
"PRACTICAL, jaunty Styles
In "RIDING cAPPAREL
Women's, Misses' and Children s Sizes
fin the Special Department, ThirdTioor.Tsth St. 1
Do not curb the exuberance of vour ride bv wearing an
ill-fitting, uncomfortable, impracticable riding habit. Macv's
Habits are duplicates of .famous English models, wherein excel
lence of tailoring. jaunt style, comfort and wearing qualities
are equally incorporated. lhlr 35)h S)r,.
Habits of Wool Shepherd Check, $37.75
Modish English style, consisting of long coat and breeches,
reinforced with buckskin and chamois, rubber facing in skirt of
coat. Women's and Misses' sizes.
Habits of Siberian Linen, $19.74
Breeches reinforced: long button-trimmed coat, excellentlv
tailored, collar of black satin. Same stvle in Khaki. $15.74.
Women's and Misses' sizes.
Meadow Brook and Cutaway Styles, $13.74
With panel front divided, or safen side-saddle skirts and
mannish three-quarter cutawav coats in Holland linen or linen
crash. Women's, Misses' and Children's, sizes.
Children's Scotch Tweed Habits, $28.74
New English "Paddock" back coat in loose box style has
,iaiint collar of green suede, facing of rubber and satin lining.
Same style in linen is $13.74; m Khaki. Sll.74.
$14.75Linen Habits7$6.74.
For Friday and Saturday only.
A limited number of Linen Habits in good stvles. well tailored'
and finished, mostlv in divided skirt models. Not a full range of
sizes.
Cretonne Upholstered
Arm Choirs and Box Couches
Greatly Reduced Prices
For Friday and Saturday only in the new quarters of theFurniture
Department now on the Sixth Floor, which contains what is probably of
the finest and most conveniently arranged showings in New York of
sterling, dependable Furniture for Summer Homes, Cottages, Bungalows
and Camps. Savings of 1-5 to 1-3 on prices elsewhere.
$2124 Arm Chairs
(As illustrated)
noVt $14.24
Unusual Comfort lies in t tie
roomv seat and the wide, hos
pitable arms.
The high winged back keeps
off both back and side draughts,
and the tempered steel springs
with which the Chair is up
holstered are as springy and
yielding as skill can make them.
Choose your cretonne for the
covering from the .wide variety
of samples we show you, with
out extra charge.
$22 A9 Cedar Box Couches, now $16.24
Cretonne Upholstered to Match the Chairs.
Length 6 feet 2 inches. Width 2 Jcet 6 inches.
Lined with the finest cedar, fragrant, as well as a perfect
protection for our clothing.
The construction is eery strong; the Couch is fitted with a dever
self-opening attachment that makes it easv even for a child to
raise the cover.
The finest springs of tempered steel, with which the Couch
is upholstered, make it extremely comfortable. The top is doselv
and firmly tufted. suth Finr "
Continuance of the Great Sale
$15,000 Worth of
CHINA, Cat Glass & LAMPS
Reductions of J3, J4 and More
An actual clearance. All the goods icill be on sale at these
prices until disposed of.
All arranged by Tables, each containing a wide selection at a
stated price.
Separate Breeches, $2.49 to $7.49
Well tailored breeches of Sateen. Linen. Oxford. Melton, Khaki
and black-and-white check vnr.
Milan Straw Riding Hats, $7.49
A jaunty model in Tuscan white or black Milan straw, chic,
comfortable and practical for riding wear.
Delightful COATS and HATS
forJ'HE Little TOTS
In the New Department, Third Floor, 35th Street j '
So dainty and fetching are the styles, so beautifully made
and finished are the garments, and so excellent the materials used,
that it is difficult to believe that these Coats and Hats could be
sold at such low prices.
Hand Embroidered Pique Coats, $4.96
Very jaunty and delightful in stvle and
material is this imported Coat (illustrated)
of fine French pique, made in double-breasted
straight-line, low-belted style. The front
is daintily hand-embroidered and the turn
back cuffs and collarless neck are overcast.
Sizes 1 and 2 years.
Fancy Collar Pique Coats, $4.96
This is a charming little Coat of finest
French pique with large fancy collar and
cuffs, scalloped and overcast by hand.
Large pleats in back and front and deep
yoke, complete this pretty Coat; hand
made throughout. Sizes 1 and 2 years.
Dainty Coat of Ratine, $5.94
Serviceability and beauty are equally incorporated in this jauntv
straight-line, low-belted, double-breasted Coat of silk-finished
Ratine. The sailor collar of white is effectively trimmed with
bands of Bulgarian embroidery, and bullet buttons of self material
give a distinctive touch. White, and colors, in sizes 2 to 5 years.
Jaunty Hats of French Pique, $2.74
A very novel and fetching little Hat (illustrated) is worn by the
little Miss; made of fine quality pique piped with Dresden figured
crepe in delicate colors. Two large rosettes of fluted ribbon give
a piquant touch.
Quaint Hats of Valenciennes Lace, $1.49
Bows of Valenciennes lace form this fetching little summer
Hat in mushroom shape, daintly trimmed with large bow of blue
or pink satin ribbon.
Hats of White Terry Cloth, $1.49
Practical Hats are these, as well as smart and pretty, as they
can be laundered and will stand hard wear. The supple brim
can be shaped to be becoming to any face. Trimmed with jaunty
feather fancy.
fi
Fancy
Ila'emrnt. nth St.
Decorated China Reduced
One-third and in Many Cases More
Than One-half
From Germany, France, Austria and England.
Lamps, Electroliers etc, l$ & off
Gas and Electric Fixtures of bronze. Crvstal, etc. Slightly
shop-worn but otherwise perfect.
Among them is an Electric Table Lamp with a fine bronze frame
at $14.89 (was ?.H.89).
A Drome Electrolier with fine electric lights beautifully arranged
on a cluster of tones o ershadowmg a" bronze figure of Artemis'
the Huntress Goddess, i- $24.89 (was S0.50).
In all, there are 147 pieces, as well as a wide assortment of
shades, globes and glassware.
44 Straus" and Imported Bohemian Cut
Glass, reduced and more
A very beautiful assortment, which includes
Trays, Flower Holders, Bitters Bottles, Tea
Caddys, Cruets, Pitchers, Sardine Boxes, Cologne
Bottles, Salad Bowls, Sandwich Trays, Water
Bottles, Compotes, Electric Lamps, Whiskey and
Wine- Decanters, High Ball Sets, Water Sets,
Large Punch Bowls, Tantalus Sets, Candelabra,
Epergnes, Vases, and Iced'Tea Pots.
Prices range from 39c for pieces that were 69c, up to $34.75
for a beautiful Cut Glass Punch Bowl that was S69.S9. Twenty
or more prices in between.
White China for Decorating one-half off
A wide variety of pieces of first quality German and Austrian
Mimi: imi;i, including:
Cracker Jars
Tea Strainers
Egg Cups
Square Placques
Bouillon Cups and
Ramekins
Cream Pitchers
Condiment Sets
Compotes
Plates, Bowls
Saucers
Plates
Sugar Bowls
Catered Boxes
Fern Dishes
Ice Tubs
Pudding Dishes
-tgar Cr Ash I rays
Prices range from 5c (was 10c) up to $1.23 (was S2.49) With a
uu.l-ii jjrii.es in ijeiweeri.
Bairmrnt, .14th St.
$4.00 to $6.00 Tennis Racquets
Special, $2.97
i
A renr fresh assort
ment at regular Macy
savings of the finest
American and imported
Racquets at prices from
98c to 58.49.
For Friday and Saturday
Only about a hundred
of these desirable Rac
quets, all full size and
with well seasoned frames
and reinforced shoulders.
Some with the popular
concave throat, and all
strung with fine quality
gut.
Macy's Special
"Cortlandt" Racquets at $1.98
Similar quality elsewhere $3.00
Very excellent value
for Friday and Saturday.
Full size, with selected
frames, walnut throat,
taped shoulders and dosfe
centre stringing.
Tennis Balls (dor.), $4.89
Wright & Ditson. Sla
zengers and Ayers Cham
pionship. Good quality
practice Tennis Balls, each
24c.
Carfbas Bound
Lawn Tennis
Nets at Savings
For Friday and Saturday
Elsewhere
Maoy'a
J'rlco
$2.00
$3.50
$4.00
$1.59
$2.89
$3.24
Mia
15 thread.
36 ft. x 3 ft.
21 thread
36 ft. x 3ft.
21 thread
42 ft. x 3 ft.
30 thread.
42 ft. x 3 ft. $8.00 $6.24
The last mentioned is
tarred and has an extra
heavy canvas heading.
Racquet Presses are priced
89c and $1.39,
AMt'NKMKNT.
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EMPIRE1 HrnAdway A 40th St.
I" t ion ( WIX.KH O.M.V.
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SEATS (ffiSte,, NOW ON SALE
BILLIE BURKE
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"THE CONSPIRACY"
CfHTERInV ny. 44th st. i:vm -i.is
w.... ...w.. Mat lo-tnnr
Robert Hilliard
nuuawn vniinrr. In-timr. A ViJ ?:n
THE POOR UTTLE JICHQIRL
FULTON s W- ' tl'udw live 1:3U
rwbiwn m,h,. To nuirniu ft Weil 2..IO
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MCHNHD BENNETT
A ( ii-Wiirlrr lui'ot'iit
DAMAGE! GOODS
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MASTERlIN GREATEST PUWHARRtf
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NOW THE RAOE m-ais i oit it ydi-ii
OF NEW YORK ii: n fit nt ititv i p
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MIKADO
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WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY
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DIVORCONS
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ARIZONA 'V.KiV.S1'8
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BIGGER, GRANDER THAN EVER
AND NOTHING BUT THE BEST I
BUFFALO
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CCMBiNtO WITH
EVERY ACT A FEATURE
FULL OF THRILLS
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
topers. UUirs, llui'hlnc ItorM". hiiiI IIiiiTaIo tlml
t..fti... jour lintr riilp
AUTO POLO Tin Npw Anil tlrPAtest
MWIV WkW Cpnipof Hip Asp
Admivion 95o & Rfln "tsiih ft :;th st
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Half I'rlrr In All Mallnrp. Kirpiit NmunUr.
ltUA.NCIf TlfKUTOlKKI-.S (same prlie At
the fiAnlen) at Jnlm ViiAinnlpr'. Hrn.vlivAvanit
xh St.; t.tinhrl llro ..lid M adiI Dili Airnur. nl'u
At thp (lAnlen ewry tln from a A M
METROPOLITAN
OPERA
HOUSE
Sat. Eve., May 3, at 8
Kiti: 1:1.1. I'l.iiioitit i.m i:
Phlla-Chlcago Opera C.
Ml IIP! A " TCTD177IUI
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4iiiiitt.ini. I'oi.r.si:. Mi'ituvi. n:ii.
HIM. I'linilnp or I'l'IMIMII.
Seat Sale Begins To-morrow at 9 A. M.
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1 t'trneatp l.'ceiim, .'.Till St., 7th Ay. :s? to It,
I Ttvifl; inn.v .1:1; iiii hhi p m
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I ami TUB STDIIY or STIIAM
IN KI.M:I A (111.4111.
AKOflVN IIAI.I. 1..T HVS. r.V.. At '15
THOMAS EGAN
(iri'At Irish Tenor imi) AnlMlns .rll-li-.
POPI I.AIl PltlCCS 'AlK at Pov iifliw,
purlmgton plrcabe
THE MEN'S STORE
In The London
Conference
For Men
Now Going On)
RED LEA F
The Badge of
Correct Style
-Sporting and weather-proof
coats; Lincoln-Bennett morn
ing, afternoon, evening and
sports hats and caps; smoking
coats, lounging robes and
bathrobes; street and sports
hose; London neckties and
the new designs in Spitalflclds
silks for men who wish neck
ties made to order; walking
sticks and hunting crops; and
other importations of the
Bond Street kind.
Sofjrt OTanamate
Broadway at Ninth
i-A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"!
Browning, King & Co
CIOTH1NG. FURNISHINGS AN HATS
res UZtt, BOT8 AND child pi in
dovi:k
Costly Thy Habit
It is good economy to spend
as much for your suit
"as thy purse will buy." If
you will pay $30.00 you
should demand abso
lutely correct style, such
as the best dressed men
are wearing to-day; not
what they wore last year.
We offer you in our "Dover,"
with its straight shoulders
free from padding and its
soft rolling lapels, a model
that is in all details a prod
uct of the finest tailor
ing art, extreme but not
freakish. .
BROWNIXG, KING & CO.
Broadway, Ui-lwocii .Ust :nd Mrni Streets.
Cooper Square. Opposite 5th Street.
Brooklyn: Fulton St. at De Kalb Ave.
Bellwood,
JUST
SPECIAL
RED
OUT
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2 for 25 cis.
EARL &
UAKnns or tisoy
WILSON
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AMVSKMENTS.
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DCiliriavV imh 'lo-mor ft'lhiir.: 13,
YEARS OF DISCRETION
CtllBLIC !irK' 4.r.'i i t.m
HIPPODROME Next Sun. Eva.
WAGNER CENTENNIAL
CELEBRATION
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bam III; linliture nf wri'k. I. a cicala. Uic-.V
llaaa 48th St.. i:. of II'.tkv Til. lirvmu 1.
vrb.Hilv 111 DFTTF iTITini
AMUSEMENTS.
far Sunday Dijtvi
MayCestival
at Aeolia n H a 1
JOSEPH
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HIS BRETHREN hTpiih
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