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THE SUN, THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1913.'
Mtcy's Great White
Sale Continues All
R. II. Macy & Co.' Attraction! Are Their Low Pricei.
W VmB Herald Square,
way, 34th to 35th St.
Great Sale of Drugs,
etc., on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday.
Fashion Javcirs (he anlasik in Ftiresvh, tinJ lSi IcitM .PatiiJcti rwc?(':
are. decidedly deter tcith their-oddly shaped pointed tops, very long handles
and brilliant tolorings.
Among the many imported Par.wls of distinctively smart
style in the Macy collection is "Sans Snuci." an exquisite sun
shade of black Chantilly lace softly shirred over a white chiffon
lining, and set slantwise on its long white handle like a flower on
its stem. Priced $25.75.
Illustrated are a quartette of notel
Parasols, typical of the mode.
"The Pagoda" iVmttaltl at Iftt
"ht Chpeu" illtutrated at left
unre). as its name Indicates, shaped
like .a huge hat. has sharply curvinc
upturned brim and Is in striped black
and tvhlte satin, cord trimmed, and
lined 'with black silk. Priced VS. 69.
In erise taffetn the graceful lines
of ilt Sonnette illustrated at ritht
ttntn) are shown to superb advantage:
the eiRtit ribs of the frame are of heavy
construction and nil edges are shirred
and coided. The handle Is In natural
wood, tt1th rosette and loop. Priced
tttttme Uff U In shape like a Chinese
papoda. Is the Par;wl of ro silk at
f 16.89. with a R.iy floral border against
a vivid black .iiul white background.
The long handle is of black and is
A high pointed canopv dome is the
feature of "Lc Caprice (illustrated
at the extreme rj.O, a Dresden Para
sol at 59.9. with soft pink hadl
roses strewn on a white silk ground
and a very long handle of white
green anil gold trimmed, finished with
Parasols Specially Priced
At 59.94. "La Cloche," a bell shaped
rarasoi or alternate gores of black
and white satin, with border hem
stitched and long handle, cord trim
med. At $4,89. several verv pretty stvles.
La Raie, a Parasol with double
braced frame: fashioned of soft taffeta
with corded edge piped with contrast
ing color: h&iicuc oddly carved.
A black-and-white striped satin Para
sol of distinctive style, its ribs doubly
curved, its top finished with fine shir
ring in rosette effect.
A "La Raie in bright terra cotta
taffeta is also J4.89. and has a wide
effective bonier in which are blended
white, h'acli. old bti'p. green ;nd terra
colta in vivid (loral pattern..
Drestien vitin with pink floral pattern
and hemstitched border striped with
At $3.96, a small dome shaped Para
sol of green taffeta, with border of
black and white barred satin: the long
green handle oddly carved.
At $2.89, Parasols of taffeta silk with
broad striped borders in contrasting
colors also black and white Parasols
with bright Chinese patterned bor
ders of effective design and in flat,
low curving shapes.
At $1.98. Taffet.i Sun I'rrbrellas.
well nmle. neatly finished and in
changeable ilk of excellent quality:
natural wood handles - also
At $1.89, !:r,r-o' . of vi. plain. ttf
feta in curving Mi.ipe. with handles of
JY)yt caned tlprajdesign
Handkerchiefs with borders
and corne' of
Real Ren Point
in a range of beautiful pat
now 98c to $4.96
$1.63 t. $14.89
MValu floor Centre
PuUlsher's Price It SI.
Any and every book pub-
Main rioor ruirony,
.-14th St.. Hear.
Macy's Printing and En
graving Plant on the prem
ises fills orders promptly
and at "Lowest-in-the"-City"
Wedding nutations AnmtinteinenU,
' At Womt Carfi. " VtKtMi CW.
Dinner Initiation!, Piatt Card).
Manopammti or Crested Note Paper
tut Corrttfxndtnct Cardi.
Macy's Fused Invisible
Bi-Focalsnre lenses for distance
and lenses for reading fused
together with the line of de
marcation all but invisible.
College Insignia. Personal,
Fraternity and Club Devices
Full assortment of various
Greeting Cards. Acknowledge
ment Cards, Condolence Cards,
Birth Announcements, etc.
Unique Monograms andBook
plates designed and executed In
accordance with your sugges
tions. Paper purchased In our Sta
tionery WpSrimi?nr.-M.rrtt -Rear,
stamped in gold, in any
two-letter combination, lie Tier
In any other engraving de
partment in this city this die
"(thv iw of- TftweV.-w-giV vAb.
out charge) would cost you at
least ilfiO and an extra charge
would be made for stamping.
Parasols of Linen and Batiste
At $l8d'7i "(ialnty "Fara'soP'of" p'h'K
test5HO--Var fiykv p.cv.v.t e.ttec.1 aod.lvi.U.lcyiy. wl te enameled
At $7.94, Imported Parasols of white linen with fne floral
hand embroidered design, and scalloped edges; natural wood
At $6.94, an embroidered Linen Parasol with larce roses, nil
in white and with handle of polished 'Maple. '
.mil j umi, rti ottrrui ,
Old Style Macy's Style
iiim v., imo or t-isiou. .
of csjair.tlis. -llblr.
"' They art' perfect JubtiHutc'
for two pairs of glasses in that
you can see at all times both
near at hand and in the dis
tance. !f you are reading a
book on the porch and wish
c-:3nccs youc;o r-u ana .
as perfectly in the distance
as you do for your reading.
Macy's Fused Invisible
Bi'Focals have the advantage
over - ordinary old-fashioned"
cemented bi-focal in that the
line of demarcation between
the reading lenses and the
distance lenses is absolutely
invisible to others and prno
Macy's prices for the Fused
Invisible Bi-Focals are 20 per
cent, less than at any otfier
reliable optica! shop m the
'Ct t f .'"'-""'"
'P. S. Mncy'H prirei for old.
fdMiinnfd c-mrnteil lil-focaln
are also luner than clHewlicre,
WHHE Enameled, at SA V1NGS
reminding men that, according
to a time-honored custom,
rt.i cinrTiilorlv hfiiitifiil HpsicTn and sotind
construction and in a variation of patterns recently discontinued
hv the manufacturer from whom we secured them.
White enameled in a finish that will not readilv discolor,
chip, crack or scale, and faithful reproductions in el'foC of tine
colonial originals. suthno.r.
Ffre-piece SuitesColonial Empire
(As illustrated, in part, above.)
Consisting oaS26.50 Dresser at $29.67, measuring 40 in.
21 in., and fitted as shown, with four wood-knobbed drawer.-,
with locks. The "French" plate mirror measures -'1 in. x 21
in. The SJ5.75 Chiffonier at $20.24 measures 30 in. x IK in.
across the top, and is in a very handsome high-posted
effect. The "French" plate mirror measures 15 in. x to in.
The jull-size Bed. with Handsome high posts, was SJ0.50.
and is now $20.67. The little white-enameled Table,
standing 30 inches high, has a top measuring 20 x 20 m..
and is fitted with one large wood-knobbed drawer. Our
usual price So.24: sale price $4.67.
JP1' Tntlmi'a tho Tim it
Wc venture the statement that there is more to the JOHN WANA-
MAKER straw hts in the Burlington Arcade Hatterie than is dreamed
of in the average busy man's philosophy;
More combinations, of crown and brim;
More comfort ir: the oval conformation and the resilient inner band;
More lasting cleanness because of the concealed stitches;
More resistnnce to rain- they will never get sticky.
They come from London, Ecuador Sinm, the Philippines mid our own
hnt makers. And arc priced reasonably
$3, $4, $5 and up to $25.
Burlington Arcade Floor, New Building.
Broadway and Ninth
DiflHHMKW kwvwr 't-n-mriTTTT veh-"
Colonial Pieces in Mahogany Finish
Three Bedroom pieces of exactly the design illustrated aboe
in white enamel.
$23.24 Beds are now $18.24 ! $23.24 Princess Dressers, $18.24
$22.49 Chiffoniers. $17.49 $6.24 Tables are now $4.67
at Typical Macy Prices
Maa's has a very wide and attractive showing of the best
Uphols'teries for the Summer Home, the Cottage, the Lodge
or the Bungalow. All of the most desirable materials at
prices that are "Lowest-in-the-City."
Summer FLOOR Coverings
The escalator is a convenient and direct method of reaching
the new and much improved Carpet and Rug Department, now
situated on the fourth Moor, and stocked win one oi me mou
twrtji!ttt Umwfogi o,f FlovrCpveringi in the City.
Hand-Braided Rush Porch Mats Holland
.HwiviTa:.&'iCtfl!.tiT.v l!br.n.US. , swamp-rou n , rush. arid
closelv woven into oval and round shapesV'V6t'TpoTifriYi'f"""
posure'to damp and wet. Extremely durable and very hand-
Oval I H feet x 14 feet. W.74 r ouna
! Marys hi f-t x 12 feet. Jb.34
fy (Ae yard) 5 fw.f '1 mJK's
. - Mary'i
These little pigs went to
Result- -150 traveling bags
of genuine pigskin all the
generous 18 inch size.
Half of them, tan.
Other half, black with wal
All leather lined with heavy
Spring suits in our usual
wide variety of fabrics.
3 feet x feet.
5 feet -V H fVrt.
( feet 12 feet
8 feet .v 10 feet
t. (ot.t t in. h,
$4.24 36 inches w.ide 58c I
54.74 :.4 inches wide 89c feet.
Itimni-m hy tli yanl, h mnllrtiwl ulinvr uro
iiM-ful for c-OTerlne a porch full lnth in onr pn-rr
. May 15th to-day.
i Every day-you put- off gct-J
ting your straw now puts
you a day behind the straw!
. -S-tr?.w-' hat.9 from S2 un. 1
Rooers Pket Company. i
; Three Broadway Storat I
$3.50, $4.00 & $4.50
Look In IV. 1i. Ioii!!lan store
windows and cm will so shoes
for $.'.r0. A4.00 and 84.HO that am
jiiftt aft uooil in style, tit and wear an 1
'oilier make, costintr ."..0( to 7..
rth only difference Is tln nrleo. Shoes
in all leathers, stvles and shinies to suit
nvervhodr. If tou could lsit W. Ij. Donirlas
In rare factories at Ilrockton. 3Iuns anil sec for 1
yourself how- carefully W. li. Douglas shoes1
are made, you would then understand why
they are warranted to lit nettcr, inoK itettcr,!
hold their sliape and wear lancer than
i any other make for the price.
Tha Bait $2.00 and $2.50 Boyi' Bhoei in tha World.
A I ITIAM rt that W.I..Ol niim
Wr W a IVI1 U .lup.l lh bullam,
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
If vr. fM Hoiitlat iho ar. not for In your vlrlnlty
rmr 4Irt from th litorT nl r. lli mtddlrman i
itn.irniri, i binidKi 1, win .now jun nnw
tncrd.r hT mall and wEj yoa can aava mon.y
oi yoitt f50tw.tf
LUkas, llrc.ai, Ka.a.
,W. L,. ppUCLAS STORES IN GREATER NEW YORK:
1111 Thlrit ATaniiK.
KOtTliIrd ATanua.aamarllOthkvrrat., tlKUSKV CITT-34 Newark Anna,
"IE 2!"?!. V'"" S"f!"1T,hM,l" XtrtT.iK-SfrtfJai-rtrt.
MS Rlrhih PATEItSOJf- 101 Mark-. Sl..oor.Clak
SO TTtt llllh htr.at. I TBCNTOM-101 E.HUIa t.t.,rr.Bra4
.1 ill W .. I. nn Utu, ,rtr...l'u..Iijd
ray, cor. lain m. I i ninn .-q.' - - - - - -
Amj, nrrtr .-Wlh Slrrat. I . 'If!'" nnaoway, "row nornion rn.
Im (Tlinaa Sqnarri. uo ntHjdwa;, itti.t i.ri. -rvt,
" 17." l-likln Atinnr. '
"Crex" Rugs I 5 to I 4 Less than Elsewhere
Made of the toiiRli prairie rass harvested in icoiMti anu
-and ever' one
Plain Crex Rugs
Size. Macy's Prl:e.
18 In. x 36 in. 28c
24 in. x 49 in. 52c
27 in. x 54 in. 62c
.10 in. x 60 in. 76c
M in. x 72 in. $1.14
54 in. x 90 In. $2.08
6 ft. x 0 ft. $3.48
6 ft. x 12 ft. $4.89
h ft x 10 ft. $5.24
h ft. x 12 ft. $6.34
' ft. x 12 ft. $6.89
9 ft. x 15 ft. $8.94
12 ft. x 15 ft. $12.89
Figured Crex Rugs
Size Macy's price.
18 in. x .V" in. 34c
24 in. x 48 in. 59c
27 in. x 54 in. 68c
30 In. x 60 in. 84c
.56 in. x72in. $1.24
54 in. x 90 in. $2.48
6 ft. xi ft. $3.96
6 ft. x 12 ft. $5.48
8 ft. x 10 ft $5.94
8 ft. x 12 ft. $7.34
oft. x 12 ft. $7.34
oft. x 15 ft $10.14
12 ft. M5 ft. $14.24
mmnesoia. aome in suuu Luiurs, suiuc m hi--.
Finured or striped borders. Everv one new. pertect and re
silientjust as they have arrived from the mill-
Plain Crex Runner
Size. Macy's price.
36 in. wide 38c yard
54 in. wide 71c yard
72 In. wide 89c yard
Plain Bound Crex
Size. Macy's price.
36 in. wide 44c yard
24 in. wide 28c yard
27 in. wide 34c yard
Figured Crex Runneri
Siie. Macy's price.
36 in. wide 54c yard
54 in. wide 84c yard
27 in. wide 39c yard
Seamless Matting Rugs from Japan, $6.48
Size 9 Feet x 12 Feet, and Reversible
WtttnlnontKlli vUth-nol in strips sewed together as with cheap Rugs.
Very pretty medallionieffects in shades of red, green, brown and blue, hxcel
lent for Summer Cottage, Bungalow, and as bedroom Rubs in the City
Home. Also, with one seam, in the same size, at S3.24.
cMoodj tgs from India at lA Savings
Closely woven of fine, durable fibre, and in striking and bar
baric -iombJnations -of red, Mack. and natural, with a Jittle...
fch:o-.grwv... Bevflrsihte, ..suitable either for out-uoprs or
in, and very durable.
Slit 5 fix 12 ft. I Site 7 ft. 6 In. 10 ft. 6 In. I Site 9 ft. 1 12 ft.
Special, $8.64 I Special, $1U8 Special, $15.64
Straw Matting from China and from Japan
,AS'XLJilf' wrietti ip. desjeii and color. The China Mattings,
iriorft IfrratlFnnd serviceame ''f iiaii' are tine 4apMtiipr
are of tough, heavy straw. Th'ev'are in smalK'hcJuertl w striped
effects in red, green and blue, on a groundwork of the natural straw
The Mattings from Japan are of a fine, close-woven neat straw that allows
of carpet designs in large and small figured effects, carried out in Rrecn, red.
Wue, fdiV.'itld (farm-aT'
J fnW Orig
net. v. a. pt. on.
Ttif Schllotitfn nml 3ummnr-wf If h far
mfnta are a luxury (or hot ncathtr, the Hamlc
l.tr.rn bflnc C.rllclo'jsl)- cool, havlnf tho blfheal
abbotbuif and evaporating rower of all known
For tale by leadlnc dealera everrwhere. If
jour dralrra csnnot eurplr you we can direct
tou to oue who can. Write (or booklet and
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY,
li a FOR TA CENTS .
CLUETT PEABODT6 CO. TROY NY
FVDIRF ii'uav. 40 si. i:r, in
.... Mutl- rcs Will.
NKW lOHK-S I.KAIII.Mi rilKAllll
1 BILLIE BURKE
ai'So THE AMAZONS
jt Mahl Nat., .lunr T .sperlnl Mght.
K.Mt'Ki:illlll('Ki:it. II'hht .INth St.
I' ps hurl. mmk. itl, & sat. 2.
JULIA SANDERSON .
In till: sr.UI.M; lillll.. CAUTHOIIN
L'JO & 8 JO
Jlc. to It.
CRITERION r'uVd" P?h 81i-
'' MnU I MOTION
: Nortnt l'lmrin:
or a j optiii: Atii:
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HIintnM w W,n Ml " way. Kn. t M.
nUUdUil Mattnrra Wrd Sit.:-:i).
THE fOOR LITTLE RICH GIRL
FITITON Sl..nr.ll,aj Et.u
AM) fli IVilltKIIHS .rr-tit
HAKItl.su .MM. Pvt. s;o. Suiiunrr ITI .
Tin MISTER MINDI,,U ?oa If v.
NFW IMSTFBIIIM Tincvnu:,
SI nr ll't.jtt
M.l lllllll. Neata To-day. , j
THi: W1IIT.NKY iI'!:ii to prrw-ni,
H""MY LITTLE FRIEND"
Muklc by DStAH STItAI'S. Comiio.rr
of "THE CIHM 4II.ATI: HOI Kllllt."
IlrllllAiit t'at, HMuphony nrrbrMra of tn.
I IRFRTY M' st- -va. A id Sharn.
LlOCnll MalliirrWed A Mai 3:o
' The lilf (cat Mualrnl .Siinro of the .Season,'
THE PURPLE ROAD
- i.aht t tiuk:;
ontaomrr.T A stone
Kv h r.ih it nth Danv int. ; UiyrM-
W LAST 6 TIMES 'V,,
in VldUion lu the $rm.i-Ni Sprctftclr
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lir.ur 1m Hue Al. .11)1. sll li.a I l.li.
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GRACE GEORGE divorcons
M1NU1TTIN t,IM '(V ' M:
LAST WEEK ,JVn'V THE WHIP
vi:si 12-nii. w of nth Ave Tiie WfllflN
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National Progressive Civic Fund
Cintury Th.itr SJf-at 2 P. M.
ALL STAR PERFORMANCE
Mtttins Imrjorted from China
Roll of 40 yards, $7.24, $8.74
and up to ;iz.48.
Matting Imported from Japan
Roll of 40 ynrdi, $9.89,
$10.24 and up to $19.89.
Plain White Mattlni. without figure or design, at J9.89 and $14.24 a roll
Qur 69 cFjgutedork Linoleum (sq. yd), 44c
Four yard ulie, and in choice of ten tiles, hlock and parquetry el'lccts, intifowiii,
greens, blues and white. Some rolls have slight imperfections in printing.
$1.50 Fine Axminster Carpets, Special ()d.), 89c
Settrat Hundred Roll, in all, covering almost every coixeivable .nlor and desipn.
Iigured fftects. and in medium tones of tan. brown and green. Perfect in every
way and most or mem witn coraers 10 maitn
ii ii ii i i mm I
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Open Dally anil Nun-
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we'd iAUREUc TAYLOR
& Hut I'15 "I'eit o' Mf Heart.
W iT H 1 iM THE LAW
TO-NIGHT AT 8
BIG FLORAL PAGEANT
CONEY'S SPRING CARNIVAL
NKW I).il. -M.U Itert Vrenrh a"nd Alice
DDIfMlTntl Maurice I.U and hla
nnlhHIlIN lnlrnle lUnd. (iurtrude
UIIIWII IUII nan,,.,, O'llrlen-lliivel Co..
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NEXT WEEK Mm. IERNHARDT
l.ticrece floricln: I'lie Null de Noil, fun 111,-.
Thiodora! I'heitrr. NM1H Sll.
i&,.er"m",,c "QUO VADIS?"
Ii onu Tnu Rii o nh m iir
w Illl. uun awn uiiiaaw
vaaniain ,;, Ht
.MifrmsriTi.' "trrsntxtt'tmn a-t
Km-.. Mi lb.. II. ul ' Dolly, Jack Norwot"
MW'Nri; I'VFUV sura KIK Mottm
1IAV, Sir. 4 tik- , 1-oril Maclalneo. luou.
flnl ntllll lle.le(l)ton.SallleH.h
UULURIML rTi Thf turtle Udy " M'i
M'.i A. Wd HI. vlhe A Hlgflm, other.
II. i . Kl'.l lll'.s 1:9 St . nr. 7 At Mai !' '
UdOICU rterVwnvrt-tc. in "Tn llr
nnnLLn Houne lloj." Vnuil bit Ai'
ecn cvinc iioni: hoy
Nat oil). Liana m n'stim ls
.Sji Wt-e-l, liI.Af K r.V'rn JluaUatCuinrityl.'
R'trav I Illl. U. I JOSEPH
j8th.it. THUMI'KON JEFFKKHUN
HOTRl.H AM) REHTAUBANT.
14th Street, near Foiirtli Ae.
Iiryllat5.:5-a0c. and u Big featuraa.