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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1911.
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DRANK CHAMPAGNE CITY PARK SYSTEM
TO STEADY PISTOL ? ABOMINABLY RUN,
FOR DEATH SHOT MITCHEL DECLARES
bcharged Cashier of Martin's
Cate Killed Self After
Taking Mne.
Enill rvrr, raahter fur right )'Mri
f J. H. Martina reataurant at Twenty
Uth Street mil Fifth HVfnnr, a hut
and kiilnl hi:imtir lo-iliy In the
barhrlnr'a eparlment li tip'. 1 n!
No. 4R Vt e'lfly-rliMilh atrrot. Affrr
q'l.irrvl at'h hi employer lint iilKht
he wis .llai hiir aeii.
Early to-ilav I, II Martin ernt h1
minwn. I'hHrip. LHommt, to Pltrro'i
rnomi In . -k r.hn for t Im keys In the
afe. Pierre aent linn n word for
I. II 'i 11.' 10 "nil p Wll- engage! n
wrlllnjt farewell note. Hp drunk a
quart bottlt of c-hamitni' While ha
w MM
Wh.lp L'Hoffgaa wnlteil MOW atalrs
thp OtKhargatl Battler lontlwat fatally
wrltiiiK. Hp waa mil; writing Wheal
IHotnme went link to ihe reataurant.
Ilia emploet told htm to rpinrn anil
dP'ii.inil i'i km . i ' f nr-. on nl
aeronil vlalt lie c no hpogae to Dll
kn"ln 1.. riming at the duo
ronUi nol hear :i pound. Ho SUSP I
Dial "Pierre had klllrl Mm U igg U 't
a lsMer In thp back yard ant run It
up ih a window of thp apartment
MakiM 1,1 '" nP w We're
atrafebrd on the floor diad. II" hail
hoi him-pir through tha lampta and
dipii butantly.
In Mia of thp farewell nntea hp had
written tap rulrlde admitted Hint hp
had wan Speculating In Wall atrept and
had kt heavily, In anothpr letter hp
wrote:
".Vs. I wroiP Oil In my laat hour I
ntn akiaklni my last botils of nham-
paune. I i-ould not die wlt!miit kCM
inn n h til. .e mi f.n .irltp 1 1
clear my lip id and will make my aim
atrmlght."
1. H. Martin would not lav whpthpr
or not Plpn-p hud hppti hehln.l In hla ae
ooianta. The auli'lrte waa HG yeare old,
unman l"'l ,md li.nl no kin In country.
I'm RepniisiMc," Mayoi Rt-
it irt, in Hoard if Estimate
Row Over Stover.
WORE THEIR HATS IN COURT
WITH CONSENT OF JUDGE.
Justice Blanchard Says It's a Dis
grace in Force Human Bdngt
t Inhabit Room.
The unuaual ipectarle of furore ami
aptv ta,tir- alttlng huddled in their 'irate
and wearing their hale In a Hnprpme
t'ourt room, artlh a Juatlrai praaldlnaj,
i wltii' . t ! lo-daly la Trial Term.
Part XVII.. during the trial of tin- rail
of Henry M. loh'.aon of llaotd lUvar,
oih.1i J)kot i, axalnal Netware! K w.itt
i.n of It .1 llnnk, N. J . n wealthy p.o
MObaT and Uiuker.
Mr. WatlMW left a elrk bag IQ coma
Into (Kurt. WtVM Ihe eaea waa e-alleci
ha aompealncd t i.it the draughta from
tha open wln lirwa ff tad bbn. The
windows had lieen throat up lo let the
fowl air front tho email room.
"Certainly, Mr. Wattnin. you may
hjvi ony omifort )uu ih," atate.i
luetic Blaiieharil. "Tile air In thia
room la Tile. It la a dlatrraoe to aak
human belnk to alt In ruoinn or Mile
kind and It la a ae indul lor the city or
New York to force men to lah.uiui audi
plaoee. You and nil other fcontlemefl
Who wlrh nuiy put on hate and coatn.
loo. If you wUh. 1 don't ..:. you, for
I .have auffcred eicewlinicly In health
bocauae of my lielnx Cor Dad to remain
liana.''
Mr. Wntlaim jmt on hla hat aad coat
and Juror No. 'a M wrla A. lV?rloiv.t7!
otined heavy fur coal and ttlai k felt
bat AilOthor apootator amlled and aio
hla hat at a roklnah angla oyer hla leli
ear. dome of the o.heia lf iho coin:
room.
Jcihnaon aaka for a recovery or ,(!..,
for aeivlce.H which ha alleiiea he ht
furnent at .Mi. Watla-m'a . 't in d.
veloplim landa In the ltukoiai. Mr.
Wattson makea a denial
Prealdent Mit.-hel nf the Hoard of i
Ahlermen pi Itl -laed at a IMttiMI of Ihi
Itonrd of Katl nate to-lay the Park Of
Ogrtgernl under the admlnlatr itlon of
Cmnmlaalonpr fhnr!ea II MoVOfi The1
Mayor promptly ame In thp romnila
aloner'a dpfpnac, a.i'n Iip t.iok full rp
aponalhllliy for Ih. ofll.lnl acta of Com
mlaatoTipr Mlover.
PieoldPnt Mlleliel tnvitag toe Mayor
to read ina raoori of tie- Comnilvolonaf ,
of Acpounla. which, hp Mild, rpvealpd an
incompetent and abominable ad nlnla-tr-it
ion."
Prenident Mit he; took the opportunity
to agpraOa hla VtOWf a'hpii a iPaolntlon I
for iPieiiae tictida for $J.'.'IN) to pay the
park laiiorlna force for the reat of the
year waa Im i oduceil. The i cJolutlon re- !
qulr ! Itnanltttanfl mnaent.
"I obJOOl to thin rpaolutlan." declared 1
Mr Mile hel. "With proper adtnlnlMru
ItoH there WOuM he no need for nil
laaue of hotida." 4
ijtii!" a. I. it Rocha, rlark of th" Park,
Dapnrtmant, axplilnod that when the'
hoHrd BOttOOnfOvl to tile Increased acale
of wiikch for laborera und then hIrh ied
$.", nun from the dapartntanl Mtlmnto
no provlMlou waa mngo for the Increua.' ,
and the laborera' account waa Ptdtload
to nothliiK
"varf man will have In he laid off.
and If that OCCUn it will he the fan::
of Ihla board," declared Mr. La Ho. he. j
"It will not la- the fault of Ihla hoard,
hut the fault of an atiomll aide and In
cltlc.ent adtnlnlatratlon," retorted Mr.
MltobaL
"I npree with Mr. j Itnche," poke
up the Mayor. "The fault Ilei with lht.
Hoard and not the Park Ailiulnlatratlon.
I am BOtlaflad with that HdmlnlKlrnllon
and tak." the full regional hint y for it."
Mr. Mlu hel airieed to reconaldi r ul
InwItiK tin. iiPdl'd iri.OUU at the next
Wanting M tho Hoard.
WALL STREET
Trading in the itocb markai to-day
waa a aeiieH of ntlVMMH thai boggg In
ape taltlaa in ihe momtttg period, and
mrte.pi I icnlly became spontatieoua In
the nic. i hoot. MntfJng the ontlra ;i-t
to tha klgliaal range of tha day at
el... Infl f o, for k.i U of fioai 1 tu 4 .
no'ntO, T'le la VOl reached liy H num.
Ii"t of -to-ka una Ihe hlHu.et fot thla
curren: tnovOntent
tnJUsI ohangaa were noatly lowor,
Active i.,ii' pre r on an nwrnae of
half a Dohtl under the clov'im of i,...
Ipidav. !t romalnog for harp i nf the
Inactive f' .tores in Ming nhout a re.
eovory. Htooka of tha southern ra:i
roadi Konopollgnd morning tranaac-
tlona. on a IplrltOd derniind LOUiarllla
Nas.nii:.. .Southern llallany und At
lantic , hi ro.e with alacrity. (Jiilnn
of from 2 lo t pointa wii t hooultnlna
tlnn of the ndvntieliiK tendency di
played I y theie atocka.
Active sluirea became lnfustd with I
the atri'iuUi manlfeated In the api
clalllea ourlnK the utter in. Union !
Pacific wa- iiy fa,- the mij.il promlnant,
From htlow 11, rha price ttaadlly
nioun'.'d ;,, T7 l-t Otbgr l adcra made
Iiroportlonate ralna
The CToalatg Prleea.
T hIiC, Makaat, lune.t iuul ;hi arloil nf ,tk
an. I of lift iliiiiaie. o cr.ni.iiol ,i:lh i-u ol.c ' .
lnil nauiaa, rv an fatanii
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SHOOTS MAN, IS ACQUITTED,
Jr JuallHea CMlaaOf Ha roe !
i Iiik Han In (ale.
Lee- than twentj minutri waa taker
to reacn a dl : I hi i 1 1 .t.
at the murder trial of Caalmar llg,
cham-d with klllinK Chat lea gobultl
Aug. 'M laat. I'k ulao waa ludl tptl for
murder for the death of Thomaa Cal
Itghan, an eleven-year-old boy, who waa
atruck hy part of Uio charge of a ahut
gnu aimed at H. hullz.
John K. Mclntyre. who defended llg,
claimed the ihootlng of Schulta waa a
luatlflable homicide, aa Bchuitl, he laid,
had entered the cafe kept hy the de
fenUau: a' No M77 Southarn Boulevard
and had threatened llg a life. To pro
te I ilmielf Hi tired. Tha ahooling of
the hoy, Mclntyre claimed, waa an un
fortunate accident.
After Juotica ''rain, alttlng In Put
t of (Jem-ral Seaauna. had heard the
verdict of the Jury, he decided to ,n
until hearing from the Dlatrlct-Attor-ney'a
ottlcu before dlamlsalna the In.
dictment charging llg with the killing Jkwk iilaad . !
i in ooy. air. .uciniyre Had request- '
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FURS FOR "OTHER WOMAN."
Wife hued br laSWyot liuaea All
anna I I a I in on Ilia 1.11m rnlltr.
A "atout hlnnd WOmgJl" and a 100
fur Boat figured In the caae of Alfred
B. Oagoodhy for divorce from lua wife,
Lillian 11. osguodby, when a motion
for alimony an ' OOUBOOl tee waa made
before Supreme Court Juatlce Cuhnlun
to-dav.
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been forced to accapl employment In a
real eatate office at 112. tu a week, oh
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ACTIVE SECURITIES.
I'm "i I'l fc Mill 7UM luiaM' rmt.il
IHfafl, w iMio i.ktrtMi lUtclini, TO.OOU .
Cui'ifr, tw.flWJ t.lirv; K .'illirrn Hail u ,
lm:to, and l ull Copptr, lU.TtNl hrt"..
Lvt
for a fur .out for a "atout Idond
woman," and vonaeiiuently could af
ford to pay something toward her aup
port pending the trial of hla ault.
An adjournment until to-morrow was
Mrs. ' n : '. ' : is ti-., di
vorced wife of Dr. Thomaa Darlington,
tnoa head of tho Health Department.
a. H. Mary A Ca'a Altrictism Are Their Low Price
DOnlh of lllehui'il A. Merry.
Klclind A. lleriy, eighty-live yagyi
old, Had lat night from paralvaia at
bla lohWi Two Hundred and Kn 't
lacted to paj mg i,uy alimony, ilia wife. lreet nd Porry avenue, tha Broni
towovpr, ciiargeU that he haxl pgld I Ho I tint the greater part of the loutll-
ern MiuL'vard and waa prominent In
polltlca. Hla aou. Jo.eph I. lierry, g
a former Park Coinmlaaloner and x
t'oroner nf the Hr uix. lie had heen a
contractor up to hli retirement, aeveral
jiimii ok" A . , . nuna ami two
daughtera eurvlve. The funeral will ha
Saturday.
aaVaam wf wmvJk 49ggSe
BroanYar. Mil lo 3SHi.Sl.
THli SWACGF.K ENGLISH OVERCOATS so much seen
at Ihe Horse Show are told at Macy's for $8.00 to $12.00
less than elsewhere. Hurberrv and other famous builders
of Top Coats and Ulsters represented in our assortments.
All si:es. All styles.
DRESS SUITS AND ACCESSORIES are a particular
point of pride with us. There is no accessory for full
dress wear that you cannot obtain at Macy's. Our new
"slim-effect" dress suits and our "different" silk dress
waistcoats are the envy of many high-class custom shops.
.
OVER 600 SUITS AND AT
OVERCOATS FOR MEN $18.50
Our assortments at this price larger
than at any previous time this season.
We can fit every man up to 46 chest measurement at this
price, whether he he tall or short, stout or slim, and fit him with
a suit or overcoat that for style, quality of material and tailoring,
cannot be matched anywhere at this price. Macy's underselling
policy insures this.
Although our prices are lowest in the city, men do not come
to Macy's for economy. The attraction lies in our splendid
assortment t all prices, and in the limitation of that assortment
to the right cut and the correct style. You could not find a suit
or overcoat at Macy's that is other than 1911-12.
Whether you buy our lowest priced suit, $14.75, or our
highest priced suit, $38.50, you are thoroughly suited. Whether
you buy an overcoat at $14.75, or an overcoat priced about
three times as high, there is the same perfect satisfaction.
MEN'S $1.50 &$2.oo SHIRTS FOR $1.09
250 Dozen for Sale
at This Special Price
The rnanufacturer, whose label you will instantly rccoRnizc
isa maker of higfxlass shirts, aai tho.e only, hut whose name
we do not care to advertise, ct needed tins quantity to us
at a special price, in anticipation of our next Spring business,
As Usual We share this Rood fortune with our customers.
These shirts are made of high-count percale and woven madras.
Both pleated bosoms and the favored plain negligee.
Coat ityle, cuffs attached. All sizes, from 13' to 18.
v. e aie nivin tins sale plenty ot extra space and extra
clerk , so that customers may he served without delay.
sal
Mai" I lour. Men'- Hlge, Kpai bed IMrerl from II lib at, aide.
MOTOR
REMINDERS
Many
values
in lew
Words.
FurLined Co;its
Imported, $28.74
Men's Fur and
$14 49 1 i $149.00
English Top Coati
toaTeua.
Domesl lcCoats.HI.74l t $49.74.
Holn-s : hut. Cloth and Plusl i ,$2.79 1 .
$98.75.
Clothi ;.iv. 98c tr$224.
FurCaps,$2Mto$Tf7i
fur (ih ac S2.96 to $14.74.
Leather Gk.ves, Lined, $129to$l.
Gauntlet Gloves, Lined. 98c to$6.94.
Bool . sheepskin Lined, 7J4
IMje..
i Domestic and Imported. 47c
to ii.1V.
Ve have is large an assortment of
KoKKles, totli in. ported and domestic
as can lie found in am specialty shop
Luncheon Basket ,.$7.49 -,..$124.00.
rhermo Bottles.IliW i 5.75.
rCa 1 89 to $7.94
51674 524.74
I hermo
Chmiff !
-ithe
WOMtN'S MOTOR HATS, . I-
vet . Silks, and Sill, with fur trim
mint. A Wjeciai lot. originally
priced at f4.49 to S''.74; 0 ftl?
Snecial .. e)J.!vQ
Motor i.ihmIs llpil. l o irlli I , .1,
Our own
pattern
made up
in Japan
MEN'S
JAPANESE SILK
HOUSE COATS 5-50
Advertised elsewhere as spe
cial value at $6.50
Roomy and dressy lounge coats that
any man will appreciate. Made t
"Ui own specifications, which mean:
ih.it they are better proportion'
than the usual Japanese coats whicl
re intended tor the ilicht statum
OrientBl.
I . are blue, brown, garnet an
,tk. Finished with -.ilk-embn Iden i
liar, , tiff1 and i" cl. ts
MEN'S FULL-LENGTH
DRESSING ROBES
an liu aiaino ii (
m All 1 WU j-. -i-he-fi,,
fricei.
I Ir.i I loor.
lAPANESE HAND-QUILTED ROBES (silk
lined With Contrasting shades and
interlined with lancy down. Hand
limited.
i ties are the lounging rniv . which
we lias ni.Kle in .lapanover patterns
i it here in OUf OWTl work rooms. lis,
tin-, i . uiswe i.isure sizes b.fittini,
American men. Storos less careful
are saddled with Japanets robet
inti nded lor the slight Matured Jgi
and wekli theroiore prove too nar
row ' 1 1 tins sid ', 59.94.
GFM'INE "OREGON Cl iV' BLANKET
IC'1.1 ,. .ut from Indian Blanket.
i ".it stytei finished with buttons
and buttonholeS, The style of
hlanki t robe that Is priced elsewhere
at fill. Here $8.94.
PAISLEY SILK AND WOOL DRESSING
gowns, coat style, $17.48 and $24.75.
IMJl'mt lA(ll) I 1.0 1 11 DK1C5MNG
...... hi ao go eir in
V ' iv. o l . an io ma i.i(.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
COMFORT .,.
NEWPERFECTEDsrr
.....a.. Qualltr &
UNION SOU '
we intrnauce tne newest ci"velop-
ment in union suits, desiened to make
the garment still more popular.
This new "wn.'.kle" (which docs
iway with v.nnklesi is a drop seat
with fastening ui buttonsand button
holes a; the ba-k ot the waist. I he
shirt and drawer idea combined, with
out the extra thickness at the waist
The union suit is thus made doubly
snug ana satisfying.
This garment will add no little to the
aire d great popularity of Macy's
union suits. In tine riDlx-Ueru cotton
ot medium weight, such suitsare $1.89.
In medium weigh worsteds, fineh
finished and fastened with pearl but
tons, V li.1 tlnlll I llinr
OTHER UNION SUITS
98 COTTON RIBBED, extm hggw.
ecru. In regular and stout, sizes
ranging from to so in.
$1.49 FINE COTTON RIBBED, win' .
weight, ecru, aplendldly linihed.
In regular and stout sues up to 50 in.
$1.89 worsted sj , wool, me
dium weighl , natural gray. iiiaran-
teed unshrinkable; sot: finished,
dose litting. Will not irritate the
skin. In regular and stout sizes,
worsted, ho', wool. heav
weight, well finished and trimmed,
A good cold weather suit, aii reg-
Ular and stOUt sizes up to 50 in.
$2.69 mercerized cotton, hi ivj
weight, ecru and blue. An e i -t
i mully fins Winter garment.
MANILA
LONDitES
CIGARS
Box of 100, $2.49
Frash Rhlnmnt iust
received.
Everything for Saturday's
Eoolball Match.
Csmrfll (ilovet Furs .Veils
SUgmcf Hugs ThiTinos ind Kos-
moi Bnttlei t;ip, Pennants
Luncheon Btikets Luncheon Drii-
R. If. Mary Ca.'t Attractien Are The Low Prkaa.
amssr
aaUam law Waaaawa lleraM Square, gJpe
Broatfwaj, 14th to 35tliSt.
SAVB TIME HY USING A
HI l Hi I TL4NSPBR CART) No
Itttd to Witt for channr. All
p clt.iscs roaily for yr in one
PKkSfl at tlie tr.ttvte: d. sk. A'k
any sales piftofi,
60,000 SQ.FT. OF TOYS
RECORD EXPOSITION
SIXTH
FLOOR
Come in and See What an All-Year-Round Toy
Store Can Do When It Faces a Holiday Campaign
So many holiday Toy dis-plays remind you of mushrooms
spring up over night with hurriedly assembled stocks, pet all they
cm out of ;i few weeks of business, then, morning after Christ
mas, there is no sij;j) of them. You do not expect much of a selec
tion or very much Toy Store service of such only-for-thc-holidays
-t' res. And you are sure to find in such stores everything hieh
pneed t ' the breaking point. .
Tins IVtacy Toy Store is an all-the-year-round Toy Store. It
! gathering and distributing Toys, Games and Playthings every
week in the year. Its holiday displays set the New York standard.
This year it has eclipsed anything in the nature of a Toy display
that New York lias ever seen.
A good many thousand New Yorkers who ere in close touch with
Santa Claus understand pretty thoroughly why he chooses
Macy's for his headquarters year after year. This is his 54th year.
ReitiK fair to the children (and to Santa Claus as well) merely
means knowing Macy's and the Broad opportunities this store
holds nut.
WE MAKE GOWNS
Exclusive Designs in Our Workrooms
DAILY EETTERS FROM OUR P.4RS AGENCY
c 'alics, loo, when necessary keep us in close touch with the icorld of
fashion as interpreted in Ihe French capital.
IV E ARE THUS ENABLED TO GIVE OUR CUS
TOMERS ADVICE in goutiing xvhich is essentially up-lo-thc-minute.
GOH'NS MADE IN OUR OWN WORKROOMS EX
EMI' 1. 1 FY ALL THAT IS NEW and fashionable in fabric
and design.
MATERIALS ARE CAREFULLY SELECTED, always
With the idea of creating the most beautiful gOWMS and climinatnip
whatever is eccentric.
H E CALL PARTICULAR ATTENTION to our gouns
made of spangled Syrian scarves, combined with velvets ana chtjfotis.
Eminently suitable and allactive for theatre, opera and other evening
icear.
SYRIAN SCARVES are made of silvery metal, woven by
hand into a body of White or black net. The Scarves are woven,
largely as a pastime, by young girls. These girls work as the)
please, so that seldom or never are two scarves of identically the same
pattern. . Ill are alike in their shimmering beauty.
A S)'RIAN SCARF lends richness and splendor to any cos
tume. WE INTRODUCED THEM INTO AMERICA, and still
otter the largest assortment. a&aji n..r.
MISSES' AND GIRLS' APPAREL
Special preparations are being made for the youn
iS.t4BJtafl .iimmn hi im fVi tni ;ii iii lniiH arirJ fiflictiino c,-!!
la-ne
scno
and
r the
misses coming home from academies and finishin
holidays,
Wear.ng apparel tor general util ty use, and dresses for party
dances, home enteria.nments, matinees, etc. All at very moder
ate prices. i
Special attention given to thos desiring to be outfitted com
pletely A General Salesperson and Store Guide to assjt in
making your selections will be as-igned upon request at the
superintendent's desk on anv floor. s. ,..n,i nai
GIRLS' CORDUROY COATS, superior quality, in black, navy and
brow n, made in a dressy, full length model, with deep pointed
collar, this, and the cuffs, having an inlay of moire silk in self
colors. The front is fastened with twolarge silk frogs. Silk
tasselsat base of collar. Lined with a guaranteed satin in
gold, royal blue and self colors, and interlined with wool.
Sizes6to 14, $14.74.
MISSES' COrtDUROY SUITS, plain trii-CIRLS'CHINCHILLACOATS, ingrgy and
lored model, single breasted coat, navy. An excellent quality. Made
with notched collar und revers;j lull boxmod'. l.withiloublebreasted
lined with satin ami inter'ined.1 front. Button to neck; collar of
Neat Skirt With Stitched panel back velvet. Wool lined. Sizes 8 to 1-1.
and front. Colors bl.ick. bro..n., $10.74.
ereen. navy, blue, aizes l. wanat
ih. Splendid value at 5Z8.74.
MISSES' LONG COATS, u : . .. stent qual
ity double faced hmv doth, with
CIRLS' AFTERNOON AND DANCING
FROCKS, ot pink, blue, or yellow
chiffon, gracelully draped over
white net. A simple peasant mod
el, with square neck and three
quarter sleeves, finishedwitri dainty
laces. and Sltitl girdle. Sizes 10 to
17. $12.74.
large buttons and deep pjekets.
Sie 14. lt, lb. $9.49.
GIRLS' COATS in double faced cloth and
various Other popularmaterlals, in
eludlna cheviots, mixtures and polo
cloths. All the wanted models, GIRLS' DRESS, of fine white marqui
either plain tailored or dressy, re-i sette, kimono model, round neck,
versible, or polo effects. A wide three-quarter sleeves. L-laborated
color Tonne, and an excellent com-i with tucks and laces, and finished
binatioil of colo and trimmings. with satin ribbons in white, blueoi
SiesCi to 14. $13.74. ! pink. Sizes t to 34. Hrice $5.94.
FURS FOR CHILDREN AND MISSES
We have been assembling them for many weeks in anticipation
of Christmas shopping.
Nearly every little girl who wishes for anything at Christmas
includes a fur set in her list and we nave them to suit ail taste;
and pur es. Prices begin at 74c for a set of Blue Lamb and g
up to S.75 lor a coat ot liabv Caracul tor a girl ot 14. to, IH
or 2n vears. and to a Brilliant Seal Coat for misses at SUo.oo
There are sets in Lamb, Angora, Blue Lamb, Thibet, Coney,
Ermine, Natural Weasel', Kit Fox, Raccoon, Iceland Fox. Blended
Muskratt Natural Russian Lynx and otherfursat prices in between
the extremes mentioned. jwiuni n
FUR SETS FOR CHILDREN
74c BLUE LAMB, plain scarf and muff
to match.
$1.24 BROWN CONEY; plain scarf with
braid ornament. Mufl finished with
bow and small ornament at top.
$1.74 SILVER i:rtE; plain collar with
braid ornament! muff finished
with bow and mall purse at top.
$2.49 LOCK SOt IRKEL; plain scarf and
mufl to in ' I
$3.96 NATL'UAl. croSSl'M; plain scarf
finished with bow of ribbon. Muffto
match, with small purse at top.
$5.94 WHITE ICELAND FOX; plain Ctfl-
hi r 'iml tin if f f ini i it h ni i ri
FUR SETS FOR MISSES
6.94 LOCK SQUIRREL, with tie scarf.
Mulf finished with head ami three
tails.
$7.49 SILVER HARE; small animal scarf
in. a plain mult .
$6.74 IMITATION ERMINE; plain collar
finished with two heads; plain
iiuift.
$8.74 NATURAL BLUE CONEY; plain col-
lur. muff to mo ten.
$13.49 SABLEI) SQUIRREL; plain scarf
and muft to mat en.
$13.49 NATURAL SQUIRREL; plain scarf
with muff to match
$22.74KlTFOX;animal scarf ; plain muff
Jo match. Finished with red rose.
$42.74 ERMiNE, witii plain scan and
muff to match.
WOMEN'S REVERSIBLE COATS, $23.74
One side splendid quality b'ack velveteen; the other side satin
in light colors.
Loose kimono sleeve model, with large collar, long revers
anci nee p cutis.
a-oml l l....r.
WEEKEND
SPECIAL IN
TRIMMED
MILLINERY
$18.00 Hatters' Plush
Hats (Silk Q OA
Beaver) OV
A band of fine black opossum fur ground the crown and two long black
or white high grade willow plumes form the rich trimming of this beauti
ful d ress hat. s,, rt t
The shapes run from the large picturesque effects to the smaller
styles.
Matters' Plush is the vogue for all dressy hats.
Na Novak r
about Ihe
Rrpilar
Macr
Savin.
VEILS AND
VEILINGS
LATEST NOVELTIES
Our stocks are replenished
weekly by shipments from our
Paris and London branches.
BLACK TUXEDO VEILINGS. Ihe assort -nu
ntS include all the latest novelties
in hairline, oet agi in. shadow and filet
meshes, in h tn plain and chenille
dot'-, sp. a ' priced at 47c and Mt
SHETLAND VNOO!. VEILS, t 7 a rd s lonn
and I1., yards wide, which may be
used with equal propriety as a head
shawl or .is a veil. This has plain
centre, with a -in. fancy border,
finishing all tour sides, and can be
had in bl.ick, white and Krey. 74c.
SHETLAND WOOL VEILS, same as above,
in J1 2 ards long, S3 in. wide, hnds
hnisned with fancy border. i in.
deep. Th' se veils are particularly
adaptable for cold waetllef. and are
specially priced at 89c Main nn.n.
SILK SHETLAND VEILS, soft and be
coming. Ihe kinds that have
sold in thousands at SOC to 11.00.
Specially priced at 24c and 69c
For Misses
and Children
RIGHT
SWE"
SHOES
Prices $1.39 to $3.49
"Equal
Rights
for
Eter Tor."
"i-mliil I loor
WOMEN'S
SPENCERS
(Hug-me-Tights)
SHETLAND WOOL
Imported
by us
iron lias
Shrll.no
off the
Scottish
coast.
Hand crocheted, in white end Shetland
.1 hundred years ago before
steam-heated apartments w e r k.
dreamed of English women all wore
"'spencers," or "hlag'llsHlghll." at
that time a sort of crocheted or knitted
wool corset-cover quite necessary for
my degree of cold-weather comfort.
In a very modified and beautiful
form, one niiht almost lay ideahed,
the spencer has come down to us.
These "spencers" are light as a
feather; so soft are they, they may
easily be crumpled up in one hand. It
is Surprising nd comforting to find
what a lot of added warmth they give,
worn under any coat or garment, or
Simply slipped on over a blouse when
the chill is in the air.
Intended now .is an outer garment,
particularly, they are daintily finished
and with a ribbon run through tho
crocheting at the waist line to be
trimly tied in front.
Four different weights, prices vary
ing accordingly. Hrrueig I loorTJ
$1.19, $1.29, $1.59, $1.89
MEN'S SILK UMBRELLAS, $4.96
Else
where $5.95 to
$6.95.
These tine Silk Umbrellas, made to our special
order, are eminently suitable tor holiday gifts.
Handles of long etched silver, gun
metal with silver inlay, engraved
silver caps, pearl and silver, tor-
tcite shell, steg horn, natural woods, trimmed
with sterling silver, in various effects and shapes,
capehorn, etc.
A full line of Martin's celebrated London umbrellas at about $2.00
less than at any other house in the city. i Wi niiir ,
WOMEN'S SILK UMBRELLAS, $4.96
Else
where $5.95 to
$6.95.
WEEKEND
CANDY
SPECIALS
We put the value
into the candies;
nol into the box.
Z4c ASSORTED CHOCOLATES. Macys
"RedSltr" Special. J'Jc a lb. for as
sorted chocolates has grown to be
a regular Saturday special with
many stores. Macy's regular Sat
urday Special, which ison sale also
on Thursdays and Friday! for these
assorted Chocolates, saves you 5c
and gives you superior quality and
larger variety.
19c CHOCOLATE FUDGE Lb. cakes.
A home-made kind of vanilla fudge
covered with our pure chocolate.
49c PERFECTION CHOCOLATES. As-
sorted in lb. boxes. Our hilu st
quality. BaaemaitJ '
Why not par
54c
here in praler
enca lo 8Sc
e I s e w h e rat
Sate a clear
31c on errjr
yard.
36-iN. LINING
SATIN, ALL
DESIRABLE
COLORS
While. Ivory While. Cream, Pink,
Three Shades of Gray, Light Blue,
Nary Blue, Royal Blue, Emerald
Gregg, Purple, Brown, Black, Caster,
Gold, Old Rose. Garnet
We are celebrating the temporary
removal of our Lining Department
from the Main Floor to the Basement,
with a special sale of Lining Satin.
This quality is suitable for lining
furs and fancy coats or cloaks.
The lighter shades are extremely
popular also for foundations for lace
bed s. -t ,.
THANKSGIVING FAVORS
OUR FaPER AND PASTE WORKROOMS on the
premises are prepared to make anything that
can be made ot paper, from a dress for a fancy
dress ball at $15 to the simplest favor for a
children's party.
WE CAN CARRY OUT YOUR OWN IDEAS,
or we can submit samples of entirely original
design.
OUR PRICES, of course, afford the Regular Macv
Saving.

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