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BOY RILLED; 4 HURT La
IN ROW OVER A CENT M
R. H. Miry & C.'i Altnctians Arc Thcv Law Prices.
LEAVE your films to be developed and printed at the
TTIrvir Pamera fnitntfr or Fifth Floor Camera
g HOPPERS consider the moving stairways one of the
greatest comforts at lvracy's. For going from one
floor to another they are far better than the elevators.
Quick, safe, convenient never crowded, always running.
Use them the next time you come to Macy's.
1,1,1111 ,,w. i . . . x- . - - ,....v.r,
Department. We do not charge for developing roll films
when we do the printing, and each print before it reaches
you is critically examined by three expert photographers,
insuring entire satisfaction.
Jangle Over Penny Starts Af
fniy tit Roliploits Festi
val in Street
Herald Sauare, zee B'd way . 34th la 35th St.
Business Hours: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
ONE WOMAN SHOT DOWN
s''.c-.--JaalsaAa. ma,rawmaBlpyvyememitmemms misianaaawta i 1 n ifAti i. ,t j ,
Ik Va Cbl
II 1ft saaaaeBeaajj
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Oiu jtrnt v Alttaftftaj In ttir- price Af an
Mr r lint corn eMM-l yee-tr-nlay sftw
nnnn Ult mortal wnunrllti of n sssven-)raar-0M
boy, llir sliootlna of thro
adult, ti' itabMnf of tourtti nnA tnf
arraat Of tin t o men. It nl" -smve h"ur
oi very hard loll to Daputy Poiioe Oom-
nlaaloner S nil, nn Injwtor, arwernl
aaptalna ai laaal twenty datactlvaa, and j
marfid lompofartly the feast of 8t.
Mat i of Tln4aft
Tlip tr.v, who (llcfl at TVllcvu Ttcw
Ult.il I few hnut-H after tlii flsrht. wan
h"t tliioiiKli tlir hnnrl. llr tM OarlO
HontaitO, His imrr-ntH live at 4."l."i Baal
VhlrtvtiMb atfoot Tha ekM as an in-
The w.i.iri lt il arc Huspiipl Rohan In
of 1 1 Baal Thirteenth otrfet, who in alao
at BallavtM with aarlova atah wounoa n
iitn abdomaiti naoli and ihiwiaiar Ho is
balnfj haM by the paltea, Antonio Procl.
who Uvea at tt'.' Baal Thlrteonth street.
I another patient at the hospital lie
wan stint In the ha.-k Mrs Annie
Piaaaa, t'roel's mothei -'n-hw, was shot
In the Wicst. wtille OlaottBMI fVlana t
var aarloual) womidad In the tnnn ami
leir Me is alaa a prisoner.
Ignaalo Bonando, II years old. la !
balm held at the Flflh street station.
'trrel Car for Pratlrat.
The feast days of St. Mary of T.ndarl.
the Mack Virgin, are he-Ins; rwlohrated
1n the, hloek In Thirteenth street be- I
'ween Ftrat avenue and Avenu A. '
There la a little ahrlne, with the aalnt '
urrminrted hy biff candles, and the otreet
Is aiUiad with elwtrlo lip while the I
bouses ore festooned with flairs.
Franeleco Plana has his little candy. '
clffsr and general store at No. 442. about
four doors from the shrine, and there he :
haa boon assisted hy his wife. Annie ;
Ma aon-ln-law. Cruel, his son Paul, who
will he material witness, and several
Other in. itinera of his family.
Plana t....:, ad van tag r.r the fe.i-t
day to establish a noi com itaiMl on
the sidewalk. This was presided OVSr
by Ins son Paul, while rrnr t. the son-ln-
law. had a push cart full of vegetables
and fruit nut In the street.
Shortly after 1 :.)n o'clock a woman ap
pralched Paul and nicked up n large rat
Of corn, the price of which was cents
Pin- lifted the ear lo her nose and then '
Offered i cents When Paul declined the
offer she became angry. Then some em
elapped the woman." Olacomo Bonando,
who lives just across the street, ran
over and tried to seize Paul, who Is
II years old and anile. Paul dodged.
Wamaa't OtitiTy starts Fight, j
Crocli Crocl'i wife. Piazza and Mrs
Piaaaa, With other friends, rushed up
Bomebody kicked or bit one of the
Woman and the outcry temporarily
cleared the shiino of rts crowd Ignaalo
Bonando rushed across the street. What I
Happened after that the police have not
been able to learn clearly.
Some one had a knife and one nr two
persons bad revolvers. The police 1 avi
testimony that one of the merchant's
family had the knife and thai the Bo-!
Iiandos or their friends hail the re-
vol vara. At uii events almultansoual.
With the cry that a man tiad heeii
tabbed came the fast ahota of revolver!
Tnere may have he-n five shots or as
many as eight. No one has yet given
the number definitely. In about two
minutes, however, the street was de
serted except Hint under the hand t ind
ere. toil for the feast little Carlo lay
dying and Mrs. Piaaaa and the others
who were wounded lay where they had
fallen, Paul Piaaaa had vanished and
eo had the woman with whom lie had
the dispute over 1 cent.
To-day we open the throt
tle for Fall!
Fall overcoats - amona
them a stunning new variety j
of our rainproofed "Scotch
Fall suits new models -j
Fall hats -Stetson's latest ,'
blocks as well as some newj
editions of old favorites.
Fall shirts,- Fall scarfs, I
Complete outfits for prep,
school and college men, in
cluding Sporting Goods in
ROGERS PEET COMPANY
at 13th St.
et 34th St.
at 4 lit St.
2 for 25 Cents.
IT is neither extravagant nor expensive for the mother who is
smartly gowned to dress her children equally smart when they
return to school.
The question of dress has so much to do with the kiddies' stand
ing in class, and with classmates, with their ambitions and deportment,
that good clothes are not an extravagance but a well-repaid investment.
The well-dressed boy or girl is usually the one with a larger measure of
self-respect -and eventually the one to make a success in later life.
And the question of cost is so splendidly solved by buying school
outfits at Macy's that good clothes bought here can hardly be regarded
In style, smartness, variety, taste and originality, the Macy Shops for
Children are equal to "exclusive" specialty shops and in price they
cannot be surpassed by any store in the city.
With prices as low as those we quote and with a really big saving
possible on books and other equipment, mothers can provide their children
with a wardrobe that will be a credit to them at very modest cost.
Equip your children for school at Macy's and make your money
go the farthest.
There are so mitny new shapes,
colors, weaves and catchy nov
elties at Macy's this season that
therf isn't bO) in New York
from 4 to lt t"ars of age who
wouldn't vote Macy's Bos'
l tepartment the lx-t of ill
places to buj No siore in the
itv has a biguer. tr.-sher. more
muting lot of hats and caps,
and no store's prices are us low.
I lie new Sport Hat
illustrated is one
dt the smartest
Fall hats a boy
could wear. It
comes In black
and white checks,
Scut c h tweeds,
blue sirr-,. and
well Wltn tnc now suits, li
ferent snles in the same m,i-t'Tials-
Norfolks and oval or
OCttfOn telescopes. S1.39 and
Bovs' New Felt Hats
$1.48 and $1.88
in the season's smartest Autumn
shades heather green, brown,
gray and blue, in octagon,
telescope and Alpine Styles.
School Caps, 49c
Almost e.er;. conceivable mix
ture, check or shade, including
blue serges. All sies. Let
soiim pick out his own.
94c. $1.29 and $1.49
For the manly little chaps of
7 or H. "Rah-Rah" hats are just
the thing. Dashing and smart
in their Varying stylet and not
too "grown-up. ' We show a
great many very fetching styles,
all with name bands and some
with fancy bands of colored
Boys' Vclour Hats. $4.74
Ot real rich Austrian Vekxir, im
ported anrf made into hats here.
Without exception the smartest
and dressiest hat of the season.
The "Millionaire" is round and
smooth, and the "(X'tagon" is
round with eight little crease-.
Colors: Brown, navy blue and
green Abo in black and in white.
Meay'i s. . o mi Kioor.
I here is no more satlstuCtory
place in New York to bu) Bos'
and Youths' Furnishings than
at Macy's. There are alwa s
large and varied assortment -and
complete range of sizes
here. Quality Comes before price,
but mothers know that no other
store can rixal Macs's prices.
Tapelcss Blouses, 48c.
Ot serviceable madras and percale
in a large assortment ot fancy
stripes or plain white. With or
without attached collars. Sizes
fo to 16 ears.
Our $1.00 Blouses. 74c.
Excellent qualit) madras and
mercerized materials. Plain
white or fancy stripes on light,
dark or medium grounds. Some
with attached collars, others
with detachable collar to match.
Soft double cull's. Sizes 6 to o
Our $1.00 Boys' Shirt. 74c.
i-or Iks and youths whoae collars
run from sizes 12 to 14. Made
Of good, serviceable madras and
percalemateriais in a great vari
ety ot bright, cheerful coloring,.
Fall Neckwear, 24c, 44c, 74c
We believe there is not a larger
or more inviting sio.k of Hos'
Fall Neckwear in any other
New York store. There are silk
ties and knitted ties, ties for
very young boys and ties that
big brother might envy, There
are ties with wide or narrow
ends, and there are Windsor
and batwing ties. Plain colors
as well as fancy designs. All of
good, high quality materials.
Such an array will delight any
boy's heart bring him here
and let him choose Ins own.
.4i.i complete end aitracttee tints a)
tiilh rakee, pajamai, collars, under
hi usts, auspendert and hits -good
i alms because dependable and very
Maty't . sri .mil Floor.
Manliness of a sort that makes the little
fellows thrill with pride is the keynote of
Macy Boys' Shop styles.
And tammy of a sort that wins the praise
and trade of mothers i the keynote of the
Bos' SI iop serv ice.
N'o other store In the City (much less
the "specialty shops") Can point to school
suit values like these:
Macy's "Wearproof Suit at $6.49
As handsome I suit as li; ever wore, with the
clean-cut smartness of custom tailoring, the "stav ing"
qualities of all-wool fabrics and the thoroughness ol
making appreciated b) mothers who know how
much it means.
In perhaps the largest
assortment ot models
ever ottered at a MMtle
price smart Norfolks
and Ifmi-Norfolks! sin
gle and double-breasted
patch pocket modebj
gathered b a C k s and
three-piece Ix-lts, and
slightly form - iittnig
st;. les. One model is
Tested vt-wool ma
teriah tweeds, over
plaids, cheviots and
plain gra;. unfinished
worsteds, as well as
pare wursted blue senje.
Fined with guaranteed
Gibraltar lining, all
seami taped auJ serged.
TWO pairs of full-cut
Knickei lvickcrs to don
hip the life of the sirt
Size- troi i JUo IK ear-.
Three Specials at $4.89
The "Indestructible" Suit of StOUl corduroy 'or
boys of T to le year . Norfolk model coat with
knife plaits front and hack; yoke, stitched belt and
khaki lining. Two pairs" of full-lined, room
trousers, reinforced with tape at seams.
All-Wool School Suits for boj of 7 to is years,
in all new Norfolk and UD-tO-the-minute suiMt.. -iiiij
"Windsor," "Wee Ceorgic" and Regulation
Middy Suits for little boys of 3 to 8, In i ixtures
of gray, brown, or tan. and brown andnavj serge.
with extra pair of knee length trousers.
Msry't Sri unit Ptaet,
The Voting Gentleman's Shop offers the
young chap returning to school in the pride
01 his lirst long trousers -apparel
manly, yet not
not simply cut down
from "man-- size" garments,
but modeled on slim, aristo
cratic lines to fit the slender,
boy isii figure.
Styles and fabrics to de
light the boy prices to please
Brown, gray , and blue cas
simeres in singleanddouble
breasted and Norfolk models.
Three pieces coat, vest and
sies from is to 19 years.
Price , $9.75. $12.75, $14.75.
MaiT'l I'tfib Floor.
Maey'i usual price 12c)
Checks, stripes, plain blues, links and lavenders
are shown in a strong cotton gingham. This male
rial is recommetKlld for its long wearing qualities In
wash suits that must stand many tubbings. It is 31
Mary'a Kscand Floor.
Pretty, New Hair
Ribbons, 23c yard
Ribbons to match the new school dress
or to brighten up one not so new that tieed
has to be met these next few days.
The new plaid and
moire taffeta ribbons
of tine silk six inches
wide make wonder
ful "perky" bows
f,irls like to have.
They come in all
the fashionable sol
ors and color combinations.
Mrj' Main Fluor.
Misses' & Children's
So many new things are arriving in this
department daily --serv iceable worsted
sweaters: gaily liued sweaters of fibre silk
fringed and tasseled; fleecy, soft Angora wool
sweaters -every thing to "please the fancy of
little girls and their older sisters. Here are
two specially good values for the practical
Misses' or chil
dren's all-wt irsted
in plain stitch,
belt; and collar
and cuffi ii7Ai-
trulcd- second i
figure). Rose. A'i
gray. tan. Lj
m a roon, W
and w I lite. - r"
Siza (, to h yrs. $2.96 Sizes 10 to 14 yrs. $3.74
Visses' and children - all-WOrSttd sweaters, knitted
In fane; Mtf-Stitchj With roll collar and cuff-. In
gra tan. maroon, De'ft, rose and white. First fiture.i
Sizes o to H yrs. $2.24 Sue 10 to 14 ; rs. $2.9o
Miii'i llilril Floor.
Coats, Suits and
Dresses for Girls
- fe v practical stiggesfons for girls of the school
age, elected from a hundred or more seiv.ceable and
attractive garments in Autumn's newest mode-.
i wA .Ti W
(jirls sJiool dresses of
with trimmings of plaid silk. The little coatee is de
tachable, and has removable collar and cults of white
repp. Pleated skirt on separate bodice. Size 6 to
14 years. (Illustrated. 1st figure.) $4
Vjirl i corduroy
dresies (2nd figure). A
trimmed with messaline
pipings to match and
large rainbow pearl but
tons. The detachable
guimpe is of dimity,
with collar and cuffs of
hand-made Irish lace.
Pose and pastel blue.
Sites b to 12 yrs. $11.74
Girls' two-piece Runi.n
blouK drcsict of navy serge,
w ith yoke, wide belt, and
patch pockets. Hem
stitched pongee collar,
with tasselled streamers
Of silk braid. Pleated
skirt on separate bodice.
io to le years, $7.49
Girls' dresses of naty
trrqr, hi quaint high
waisted mode, with sep-
Msry'o Third Floor.
arate bolero bound with
silk braid, and sash and
trimmings of plaid silk.
Sizes 6 to 14 yrs. $7.49
Girls' Norfolk School
uiti (3rd figure) of two
toned tweed in grav or
brown. Coat is 'silk
I i nedjand has con vert i ble
collar of chamois cloth
in contrasting color.
Two patch pockets in
skirt. Sizes 13 to 16
Girl's Winter CotU of
Chine hill or Zibeline.
made with patch pock
ets, wide belt anil vel
vet collar, and lined
throughout with flannel.
Colors navy, brown,
and green' libejine,
Gray, brown and navy
Chinchilla. Sizes to
16 yrs. $7.49
For Little Hands
Gloves that are correct and durable are offered at
Macy s in a variety of styles and at "Lowest-in-the-Citv
Gloves; in natural and
Cape Walking Gloves
either pique or prix
seam sewn; single clasp;
in shades of tan.
Mocha Gloves sin
gle clasn, pique sewn: In
tan and grav.
Cape Gloves Silk
lined prix-seam sewn;
in shades of tan.
Gloves in Milanese
weave; two clasps;
double finger tips; in
tan, white, gray and
Duplex Cotton Gloves
washable and warmth
holding. In white and
Experts in the planning of modern kinder
gartens come to Macy's for materials to in
struct and interest the child. Here they find
a remarkably comprehensive stock of kin
dergarten supplies at figures that belittle the
claims of "low prices" made for similar
Beginner s Clay Sets -Containing
clay in S colors, !
modeling tools, colored
lesson plate and book. 49c
"The Complete Modeler" '
Similar to the "Beginner's
Boi." but larger and more
"7"Ae Designer" For young
art students C ontains all
colors of clay, tools and
accessories. $ 1 14
lb. Package of Clay In as
sorted colors. 29c. lb.
Juafm Cards Sets of 100
in assorted colors. 1 9c pkg.
Knitting Outfits - Reuving
the spool knitting device I
of long ago. 9c ea.
Coore.1 Tablets for umber
Warb 150 squares in va
rious colors. Helpful in ,
teaching numbers. 29c !
squares made of durable
ejiamel. Three sizes:
6 ft.alrj in.. $7.89; J ft.a
16 in.. $5.79 and 30 in. x
30 in.. $5.39.
Kindergarten Chairs Of
hard wood. Plain, dur
able chairs with bent
barks and varnished in
natural color. Three sues
12. 10. 14 in. high. 89c
Large Pastel Wat Crayons
For school use. 12 in bin.
12c. 18 in box. 18c
Paint Be xes - French Mn
rillos. containing sixteen
pans of superior moist
paints, tubes ol moist C hi
nese white, sepia and
camel's hair brushes
folding japanned tin box.
For paint and
crayon work. Various
H'eacri Papers In pack
ages and assorted colors.
Size 7x7. 14c pka.
Tracing Paper -Transpa-rent
paper, put up in tab
lets. Two sues. !4 8c 24c
Clock Dials-For learning to j
tell time. 24c
Kindergarten Tahles- Accu
rately ruled in one inch 1
Japanned Tin Box Con
tiinmg twenty moist
paints in half pans, C hina
mixing slab, japanned tin
water cup. brushes, etc.
7 Ae "Facorite" Oi! Outfit -In
japanned tin box Con
taining twelve tubes ol
oil colors. mahogany
palette palette knile,
turpentine, drying oil,
tracing and transler pa
per, four brushes, pal
ette cup. academy boards
and colored studies. $2.19
School amd Party
Dresses for Misses
School and party dresses for dignified
Big Sister, who is deep in the midst of Iter
High School course, and Junior dresses for
Younger Sister, who is fast "catching up"
with her. Scores and scores of pretty
things from which
An inexpensive school
(rock, illustrated at left.
shows a little scalloped
coatee of plain navy
serge, combined with an
if dark blue and green
plaid. Sleeves and
ri vers are of matching
navy satin. Collar anil
vest of white Georgette
A tery smart Junior dress is of nav lergt combined
with plaid taffeta. The
belted and pocketed coatee
is of the serge, the full
bishop sleevesand gathered
skirt of the plaid silk.
White satin sailor collar
and wide Windsor tie to
match plaid. $24.74
Just the flumest, pret
tiest thing imaginable Is
the Empire party frock
pictured at right, which is of
chiffon, over accordion
pleated crepe de chine,
daintily trimmed with fine
applique lace and ribbon.
It comes in maize, pink,
white and blue. $17.74
The Macy Bookshop can save a con
siderable sum on school outfits for every
grade-trom "lower form" to College. A
stock ot splendid completeness, "Lower-thau-Publi.siiers"
Prices.'' and our readiness
to get books desired at a similar discount
make the Macy Bookshop the best place in
the City for buy mg school and study equipment.
French Course, $1.18
Beginner's Book in French,
by Sophie Doriot, 79c
Otto Sauer's French Con
versational Method, with
Beginner's Book in German,
by Sophie Doriot, 79c
Otto Sauer's German Con
versational Method, with
Cortina's Method of
Spanish, $1 19
Otto .Sauer's Spanish ( on
versitional Method, with
Worman's First Spanish
V an I uyl's Business
Mercantile Speller. $2.41
Hill s V est Pocket Diction
anes. bound in flexible
Cassell's French and English
Dictionary, indexed, $1.49
without index, $1.08
Cassell's German and Eng
Without index. $1.08
Goold Brown's Institutes oi
English Cirammar, 79c
Webster's New Interna
tional Dictionary (bound
in full sheepskin). $10.81
Funk & Wagnalls' Standard
Dictionary (bound in full
Student's Standard Diction
ary (India paper, flexible
Webster's Collegiata Dic
tionary (India, paper; flex
ible leather), $449
Student's Standard Diction
Without index. $2.24
Webster's Vest Pocket Dic
tionary (cloth), 24c
Myer s General
American History, S9c
Rand & McNally'a Imperial
Atlas it the World. $1.34
Hammond's Modern Atlas
of the World. 98c
18 in. Geographical Globe.
metal atand, $12.47
12 in. Geographical Globa.
metal stand, $).74
10 in. Geographical Globa,
metal atand, $2.97
8 in. Geographical Globa.
wire stand, $1.92
6 in. Geographical Globe.
wire stand, 23c
How to Study Shakespeare
I I rum ung, 4 vols..
Shakespeare, Rolfe Edition,
cloth, each 54c
Set of 40 vols.. $2l t0
Handy Literal Translations
of Caesar. Cicero, Virgil
and the Aeneid, each 2 1 1
Interlinear Translations ol
Caesar, Cicero, Virgil
Homer, each $1.08
A complete lint of New Educational Readers; atso Aldine
Readers. Heath Readers. Balduin Readers. Horace Mtnn
Readers, and Progressive Road to Reading.
Mury'a Main Hour.
Let It Rain
'I he children vwm'l mind it a bit if thev gn
equipped with shower-proof coats and hats' fron
mac) s. I liese are liere
in cashmeres, poplins, and
cantonettes, wun ratlin
or set - in sleeves, priced
irum JS'.89 up. With each
coat goo a snug-tittniK
little shower-prool hat in
mushroom or the now tur
The coat pictured Is a
belted model ot Enjhsh
Canton, with slashed
pOCKetS and converti
ble collar. It conies
in navv or tan, with
hat. M;es b to lr
A cashmere raincoat, built
on the smartest ot mannish
linglith 1 1 lies, buttons
straight up to its high chin
collar with big bone but tons.
1 Ins is $5 49
Every raincoat sold by Macy's is
tuaianteed to be shower proof .
Maajr'g I bird floor.
Umbrellas, 49c ea.
Protection against the elements and ser
vice are all that is usually expected ot ;i
sjcxkI scIkxiI umbrella -requirements well
met in these umbrellas that have the added
attraction of pretty handles, in either plain
or fancy effects.
Of fast black cotton gloria in is.
20, ?2-incli sizes. Suitable for both
bovs and girls.
Other umbrellas for children are priced
98c. $1.49 and $1.98.
aiscj'a Mala run
aiscr's Msto floor