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THE tjR, WEDNESDAY, RTOm', 1918.
A NATIONAL INSTITUTION":
Browning,King&Co
CLOTHING, FUSNISlItNOS AND HATS
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I R. HLMtcy & Co.'a Attraetlont Are Thlr Low Prlcaa.
I Herald Square, Broadway, 34th to 35tb St.
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ALL WEEK THROUGH special values in all
Departments. We have just completed alterations
and improvements giving you 80,000 additional
square feet of space for comfort and convenience.
VALUES such as you have probably not seen
before. Just a few mentioned here.
Steamer and Automobile
RUGS at Special SA VINGS
v enure section in tne Basement is devoted to the dispkn
Tivl r- .1 1 .1 f nliH 1... 1.1. . - 1 .!.. ..I ' .'
urn., cut wi uui iciniri;u;iy t-omprenensivc snowing ri
fine Traveling Rugs; prices 15 to 13 lower than elsewhere.
ffeavt All-wool Steamer Rugs, $3.24 an $4.54
Of domestic make, and fringed at both ends. Sie inches x
84 inches.
Soft Finish Wool Steamer Rugs, $4.54, $5. 19 & $6.49
All-wool, and very closely woven. Almost indistinguishable
from the very fine imported Scotch Rugs.
Size 60 inches x 78 inches. Also at $7.29 and $10.39 in the
60 inch x 100 inch.
HE
Home Steps $3.74, $3.61
Commodes K ?i 41
Folding Step Chairs $4.36
Oblong Clothes Hampers $4.49, $5.78
Square Clothes Hampers
$4.49, $5.24, $6.38
Larger Clothes Hampers $6.38
Fancy Nursery Chairs $4.31
Square Office Baskets $1.16
Round Office Baskets $1.21
Book Racks, . shelve. $1.58;
t helw. $2.11
Corner Brackets, l .-liel!, 47c;
Nursery Bars
Invalid Trays
Bathroom Stools
Toilet Paper Holders
Toilet Paper Box
lea I rays
$1.98
52.07, $2.97
$5.9-1
$1.88
52.63
$1.49, $2.19
slirhes. 78c i Refrigerators 532.25, $35.75, $4K25
For Attractive Bathroom Fixtures
- -Visit our special section in the Basement, Centre where
dm cY ? comcPre"ei1, assortment of Glass Holder.
Rails, Shelves. Sponge Holders. Toothbrush Racks, etc
in nickel, nickel-and-wlute enamel, and nicke!-nnci-trans-parent,
or white, opaque glass. "l.owe-t-in-the-Gtv"
prices, of course, on all of them. i. ,,.,',,;
Mirrors at
half Price
Artistic Panel and
.Mantel Mirrors in an
tique silt frarnev re
duced for clearance.
Fnarth Fl., .14th t.
$2.97 mirrors,
$1.69
Panel .Mirrors, ('.,
x 25 inches, fancy an
tique cilt frame, col
ored print at top.
$3.96 cMirrors,
SI. 98
Panel Mirrors. 8x,u
inches, antique jilt
frame w i t h orna
mental top. Tinted
print in upper section.
$6.94 Mirrors,
$2.97
Pain Mlrro , it1-,
x -u rches; ,i wid"
gilt fr mes ot ver
decor.it e s i g .
Heautiful print at top.
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$29.50 SPECIAL
VICTROLA OUTFIT,
$26.89 Jstt&.
iFor Wednesday and Thursday I
Few things can gice more
pleasure in the. Sum
mer Home. Bungalow, Cot
tage, Camp or Yacht, than
good music well rendered.
This $26.89 Outfit con
sists of asis.00 Victrola. a
S10.00 120-record golden
oak Disc Cabinet specialh
reduced to $7.39, vour
choice of ix 75c double
faced Victor or Columbia
records, and 300 assorted
Victor needles in separate
needlebox.
$4.00 STAG HANDLE
CARVINGSETS$2.97
For Wednesday and Thursday
A very special value is this
set, consisting of knife,
fork and steel with hand
some stag handles, sterling
silver ferrules and blade of
finest guaranteed American
steel. Two styles of knives,
one with eight and one-half
the other with nine-inch
blade.
Complete in lined dome
top box.
Mala Floor, BrM4hra.
Special Canoeist's
$20.75 Victrola
Outfit, $19.74
iFor Wednesday and Thursday !
you "canoe" on lake or
river, and have never heard the
rich mellow tone of Caruso.
Schumann-Heirik. or Terrazziiu
pealing out over the smooth
waters on a still, starlit night,
when there seems no other
sound in all the world hut the
distant splash of oar or pacldlv
you have something to live
for, and this outfit at (19.74
puts it within your reach,
The outfit consist) oj a il),00
Victrola, ,i fij.oo su-record f(i
inch carrying Case for Wc and
your choice of five "5c double
faced Victor or Columbia
Records. Also 300 assorted
Victor needles and separate
needle box.
As to deltteryW'ti will Crate
and deliver these outfits free
of charge to any freight olfke
in New luigland, or the middle
Atlantic States, as far suuth as
Virginia.
Purchase now, and if vou
wish, we will hold the outfit
for future delivery at your
Summer address any date you
specify.
Fine Domestic Steamer Rugs
Specially Priced for Wednesday and Thursday Only.
Excellently adapted to rough usage and hard wear:
S4.50 Rugs at $3.74 57.50 Ru-s at $6.49
S5.50 Rugs at $4.69 ss.SO Rtips at $7.49
u- Th5se, Rugs have a sma" qiuintitv of cotton m the warp,
which binds the woolen threads closelv and firm I v together. Some
with plain backs, some in reversible "plaids.
$18.89 to $21.59 Scotch Plaid Rugs, at $14.94
Specially Priced for Wednesday and Thursday Only.
Only fifty of these, but no two alike. A further assortment o
our J523.98 and S..24 Rugs are now all marked $18.94.
Special in White Enameled
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
sft in c it !.. 1
uui summer nome, mingaiow. or beasiiore Cottage can lie
made cool in appearance and delightful to the eve at 'ittle
cost b the use of White Enameled Furnishings.
Those We list here .irp rrwirpri i-itli n.A ..
tU ... 11 . 1 1 ; "" b'J'" -n.inn.-i, pure ime
that will not readih scale, discolor or scratch, and is verv eail
cleaned with a moist rag. Prices are l-.i m lower 'than 1,
asked elsewhere for similar qualtt- - n..-,,,. ,.
Stepladders rubber on steps 'Stools 01.
DOVER
Above Par
Our Sack Suits this season are
easily worth more than one
hundred cents on the dollar.
Take for instance our "Dover"
Model, with its straight lines
and soft rolling lapels.
It is absolutely correct in style.
Then look at the many fabrics
we show in this model.
Try one on and see how per
fectly it fits you ; and remem
ber whether you pay us $20.00
or S40.00 for a suit, the Style
and Fit are right.
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Itrofldway, Between Mst and .Und Streets.
Cooper .Square, Opposite 5th Strcot.
Brooklyn: Fulton St. at Dc Kalb Ave.
Edgewood, red-man
LOOK FOR THE BRAKE
2 for 25 cts.
EARL & WILSON
MAKERS OP HIOY'S BEST PHODCCT.
Ill ! HI WW ll III I III
AMl'SKMKNTs.
Blacking Cases $1.88
Children's Toilet Sets 84c
Medicine Cabinets, $6.74, $8.94, $1 1.24
Framed Mirrors $2.24, $7.14
Washstands $4.06, $5.21. $6.41
What's your chest measure?
32 to 35?
Then you qualify for one
of our youth's suits smart,
trim. tng. Cut not only in
the usual "regulars" but in
"longs, ""shorts"and"stouts."
34 to 42?
Then you may choose from
our young men's suits. Soft
roll lapels; soft fronts: natural
shoulders; body fitting coats.
35 to 54?
I Then pick also from our
j men's stock. Smart, though
more conservative than the
young men's or youths'.
Every size of underwear
too.
To fit every shape of man.
"Athletic", and "union"
suits in extraordinary variety.
Ki:n milk.'
EMPIRE
LIllUI.Mi Tiiiumr.s
Ilrodwv A oih St
CHAItUr.J. rilOUUA.V UanaKcr
FIRST MATINEE TO-DAY
AND
riu:
Il.V AM. MKANS CO
mj: miss hi uki: in
AM ZON.S llrmlJ,
hii.i.ii:ih i:m:ina ni-
MNli IN Till; MAZONS.'
Alan DJtt
1111. 1. 11: m iiKKisA nr.-
WiTi lll.NG HOV " -Aun.
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TOIilTllKIt tllAItllN().'
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omi TiurMj'i! or tiii:
THK.tTIIICAI. Y:AI1.-' Mull
ri! MILKS rilOIIUAN Prtfnn
lll.SS
BILLIE BURKE
Tiir oik! wini . ,1 w t i ,s , rim-
IN X I'l.N'KHO'S coueuv
THE AMAZONS
ll!(,(,l It AND BITl'CR
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A HI A I. SL rt'l-SS ' U'orW
NO ItCCI-.ST Hl'VlVAI.OP A
port nit I'l.w or Tin:
p st 11 as nn:.v so sre
''ish.1.v aicomi'i.imi
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somttiiing onk wovld
III ThMITI IIKKIDTOSEi:
sIl.HTI l't.,1
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kM('KKniiii('Ki:i. ipwst nmh si.
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JULIA SANDERSON lA,n
in iiii: .sr.siiiM:i.iiti.. cav.thokn
4.Mh Si . nr ll'nav. P.v. S.SU.
t.. if Mv a st ..1
H. B. WARNERKnU K'"it?T
61RRICK M'h -s "r t:v' f
LAST 1 Mtilirs Iji.t 3 Mnllnrrii
itTiicnniiCDiDinvii
LYCEUM
The "RoPeCo" -our new
est soft hat looks well even
on the man who thinks he
can't wear a soft hat.
Rogers Peet Company
Three Broadway Storci
t t at
Wirren St. 13th St. 34th St.
AMl'SKMKNT.
MHIAmadison so.
nU GARDEN
NOW
vi,. Unlit. mill m:i.i p .11.
BICfJER. GRANDER THAN EVER
BUFFALO
BILL'S VUtfr
COMtiNIO WITH
PAWNEE'
BILLS rXJtV)i,
"" " . 2fo t Rfle in t.i . .',ti, n
lu i:rrv mint m WW Cnir.inrfs Only
lu.si iivmi srvis sn.iir phici:s. :c.
II, Jl.f). Ilov ,Si..ii, sv .'hi I tiililrru linir price.
nun itii r in .imiiiM.. i,xaeic naturiifty.
itii.itii i ii ii i i ii i ii i.i (.rtinr prices an
inr i in i iii"i indium i .iiiumui hi r i, nrii.niui) .
miii .it iiiMiui'i urn..., .11.1 ,ii tiiu mil wimiui
;tl ihr (.nl'U ii il.iy Iriilu u A M.
b 1 j
Il'vcay, 44111 SI Pirs
wifc tj iii Sni ; in
tup
aik.vi.i;
ami; -
THE CONSPIRACY
CRITERION
HOBERT HILLIARD
THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL
FULTON
RICHARD BENNETT
IAMAQE0 GOODS
IJtli St , v nf H'uny f.vn nju.
"i i ,T in wis a k:u. :na
Aunli'fi,
at Ihr Soc.
rilllil of
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of Itevlrw.,
ilt.'i."Ls.U. ' f-l'op.Mnt.T.tn'w
THE MASTER MIND '",',V!""
NEW AMSTERDAM ..f,?-
OH! OH! DELPHINE
lUr l.t Word In Mu.lial ruuril).
LIBERTY 5i' j TTi.iTsurT"
I. .,, .V.np',""r M' Toiiii', a no.
111.. I!"..f,( Mmlral Niircruof lh.Sr,ioi ."
THE PURPLE ROAD
Chuv Dunmn
"l.xuulsltp
Mn Dale,
"Ddtrhirul-
Acuin I)ln
QAIETY
H'Miy & 4Dth si, llvn ft so.
P.iniilnr Mm. To ilny sail.
8T0P THIEF" nmVra ou laugh
GLOBE
MiillnrrlToilnj
MontEiimrr.r Stone
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Thf Ijiily of the .sPpf,
c
OLUMBMW BURLESQUED.
DAVE MARION r DREAMLAND CO.
nl
ii ilfty
KAiiii:iisii:i's Kiri v iioniio,AN-Mr
P.M. , .VI 7.V 41 Kl Mllllirr. "lilrl ilf Hit!
MATIM'.l: i:TUV liol.tni Wfbl. MurpliJ
liAV,a-,o AMn V Mi holt, II oilirrs.
BTH AV.M NANCE O'NEIL
iiillyMul '.'i Mi' .in.l II I li l liln ,n t
COLONIAL
II. I. KKIMI'S
I
HARLEMiluVivt
THALIA
.1 l k NOIIWOIflll. Vlnlo .
Il.il) , I ins- A .liiM-phlnc,
jIim Wi'lrh wuil h utln'r.
IMHt.. nr. 7 v. jim. Hall
nek t'u. In 'Ihr 'lulk
niiur. net. ,M'l.
'Ihrni l llmifrv. Trl. fla Prinkllu
.Miwartfim
iipr..vs i. Monitor h, in h::i.
ARE YOU A GR00KP
mi. yc CENTURY "'' i'Mts,i.i.-.r
Ai.MSI WSnilini vll. 'I'n-ilny ASI 2:15.
ANGELINI-GATTINI OPERA CO. !;
lf.,!'v,S,&. U CICAU 'f!.'1,i",'h,
llilm t Www "I S4.I.I mil M III."
linn T ' 1,1 11 Sl ' '' 'lrl.'llnlA
CliK I i-'.v LAURETIE TAYLII
WWII I nni 5, Wi-li i.' .(.i llriill."
ELTINGE v ';;"':1'-
WITHIN THE LAW
It was not a part of our plan. In
placing the orders for the suits here
advertised, that the house that made
them should suffer an actual money
loss in their making. It speaks vol
umes, however, for the standard of
the house that, notwithstanding the
loss, it carried out the contract to
the letter.
110 SilkLined Suits of Fine
Blue and Black Serge, $32.50
Conservative $40 Grades
Half blue, half black; deep rich shades that will not fade or rust; American
worsted serge of medium weight and excellent quality; wherever lining is used
it is of very fine silk the half lining of the coat, sleeves and back of waistcoat;
tailoring on a par with cloth; only the cleverest hands could make these thin,
flat edges, and the custom-like turn of collar, breast and lapels; model our
own a conservative three-button sack, soft roll to second button. There
shouldn't be one suit left when the bugle sounds the close of business today.
We bought the serge last September
part of a f?reat purchase of which this is the
first public announcement.
Serge is much dearer today.
We made the agreement with our best
tailoring house shortly after to make the
suits in accordance with our specifications.
Before they could start on the work, labor
troubles visited the tailoring industry. The
cost shcits show that these suits cost more to
vuikc than ice arc paying for than, under our
agreement.
To mitigate the loss to the makers, we
gave them more time to finish the suits,
which explains the offering at this time of
but 110.
In the lot are sizes for all men regular,
stout, tall and stout, tall and short from
34 to 48 chest measurement.
HEMINDER- The men to whom suits of this high quality appeal, but who would rather
have gray or brown or mixture cloths, are invited to inspect an exceptionally fine showing
of such suits at $27.50, in three-button single-breasted or two-button double-breasted
Poole model. Burlington Arcade Floor, New Building.
Sofjn OTanamate
Broadway at Ninth
HOTELS AND RESTAl'KANTS
.SiinHmr mnrninrr
Rise Sund
with the Sun on your
breakfast table.
Sunday's Sun
near Fourth Atciic
AMCSEMENTS.
I
AUEMENTS
l.v, (ithAv. 4:i,i 4iih tally Mau.: HrMSiaisM
iiv LAST 3 WEEKS
In Ailillllull lo ! I,HM" Spritnrlr
Mirriioi'iiLii an in ki.a hoi'm; uiv ft
FRIDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 9
' ANNUAL
LADIES'
LAMBS
100
GAMBOL
WINTER
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GARDEN
HONEYMOON EXPRESS
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PUBLIC
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ARIZONA
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BARRYM0RE CLAYTON
(VII III II 1 1 1 W
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CAMP CIIAMTIjUN
An Ural Summrr Camp for Boys 00 Lkn
rlmmrlaln Tncnilrth enr. June 27th lo
Aufmt :3th. Waterproof tmt nlih (loon.
All land am water .ports. Trips 10 Adirondack-.
Leaders carefully chosen. IJirte A
embly Hall Camp iihyjlcian. Telephooe.
.Numlier llmlteil.
J. Clark Head. A. M Berkelaj School
for Hoj4. firw Yrk.
camp w i.Apr;.
In lhe;reen Slonnulnaof Tcnnoat.
Hov of good character only. Exerytblnc
for safety, pleasure, health. No n)oiQult,
!'.?. na!' 'r. Peauilful UVe. All uporli
llllllards. carpenter shop, tlrook trout imd
black bass. Physician. Booklet on reouett.
S. W Hi:itllV. Inlnc .School. 3i W, fltii ai.
!AM P M OM POSET. '
Dantam Lake, ronn. Ideal vaoatlon camp
for boys, plendld climate; flshlnf. boatlnr.
athletics. C. Le Hoy Mercer. Ted. Mexdltn
and Pon I.tpplniott are counsellora ai abov
camp, tend for booklet, boi 40.
1111111:111 TI.MJ4.IJj. a I E. ; l.t St.. X. T.
.sr.lli:4.ISCAHPforHos.ln IheAdlron
ilacl.s: an Ideal camp comblnlnc recreation
and btudy. J131 mifr cxerthter. 1'iperl
enced teschers All land and water sporti.
.Send for booklet. I'. 11 LA.NdDO.N. if. D
branao Lake. ,
SUMMER CAMPS
AdertUe jour camp under thtt coluan.
Hates oti request.
SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND CAMP BUREAU
Jilt ua st
, . Y. cuy.
RentOil CaiDII ,UL: Chainplaln. niblni.
nClllWII bdlllJ Imatlne, tiatliliis. Tine aca
lion for Jiuji.. Addios Hl'IION SCHOOL,
lion C-i.'lari) limn-on-lliidson. X, .
Mnil- ie t.i tnv
I'AII OF NEW
THEATRE OFTHRILLS Vi.ft
48t h st. !.!!:'l-i;aVei'o,;;;TF
WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY
with 01.11 k minium: m.
1'ntlre Ut llalcony. 31. I'.n'lr.' .1 iialionv. inc.
.Mh.aik I COUNTESS JULIA
Frank li.rri.
METROPOLITAN flgftl
sat. 1:11:.. JIAV 3. AT .
lnrciell I'trfir l'hlU.. tiBii opera i n. I
"Lucfa" v n Tetrazzini
1. 1 OHC I M.
lEMIIIIM.
OI.ENF, MHII..U.
Conductor I'KKOslo.
511c. to SI. 50.
With
Iteli her anilHalther
Weber 4 Fields 44ih s. Thea., v 0f H'wav
Ka,M. Mat. TUP FICU4 .Ms T I
To day, JI.50.
1 A .Star Can
rAKIN4l.iray .'t ! K:S .n To.,a ti ,-n
KjmW THE MIKADO
PLAYH0UIEK,:,!,L1,;5u' 1
GRACE GEORGE! &u"
(11:0.
COHAN'S T'1E'J-B""y ,;4M i:v.:IO.
wwnian popular M.11. 'lo-daj : u.
MAY IRWIN
ill 11 Mom hr
I'riixj, and Mrs.
knani s inruu.e
INSTRUCTION.
NEW YOHK New York CHj.
Baja nl Imt Mm.
, SUMUUR CLASSES.
Knar Ish, Spanish, Ailllinietlc. Alcebra. Oeome
try. I r lonomelry, llookkeeplni. steuoiraphy,
lyP'wrllliif. Motor lloat, Auiomohlle. Wrlto for
boouci. y.sr sun: v. m. c a., 317 w. Mm
Nirect. N. Y. City.
Hear Mls Iruln .'ilnit Old Hongs and .New Ones I
.'.'"I. IB ICDa
ft ::n. tu a uub
Thrills from the i
eternal Cltj
ASTOR H'"''"' llM O ilayli
f ? I ! .Minilay. ;:o
"nun 11 nicm
muw inuior
DIV0RC0NS
Clinrms never fre.her i.,r
mole appealing," sun,
To-da .6Q. If 0 IVI A N C E
:iHlhSI.Thea..nr ll'i y. s y,ni 'I'u-ilnisi r.i
THE FIVE FRANKF0RTERS
SerTConiedy W!Mon.N 5S:
Ai,rroin MririnriT nni'Ar-
ncnnndi uivunUb
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C. W.liell
B,,5i?tV-SVJ5S A OFFICER 666'
BELASCOl(.fst 44,hfji i;vr '
MUUriJl.1; Mail.. 'In lilnr'u's.i fir.
For Both Boioi.
Th United Slates School f
SECRETARIES
le Fifth Avenue, New York, Catalocu tl.
BulaMi ColUta.
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REPUILICl1
A Good Litiie Devil 5M!S
For Both biH.
:m.Y .Mem Hcnooi.
Come dtrtel from butlstM.
ribune unif . Tel, :?:3 ueakaai
Mini i.ai iia llol'i: iii-Uk
and JULIAN' I.'IMniVNIIl'iAI. LN wn nr,-
mnii imtr hi i -i 1 1 i 'T.t . a .Vj ' trri i fins
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