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nnr goohs. __ r-w CHILDREN'S FRENCH J\l\ <3^rffcX\ f(^ BBESBKa AT 11.98. MCHIMMKBrfI FRENTH biA ■». **•'" 't. | , lze , 2 . 8 an<l * yat». Diamonds and QoJd Jewelry. New ir-h Standard Established for Department Store Stocks. This season we pre^nt an aesortment of tha highest class Je^^ that ranks with the displays mad* by some of the largest specialty Jewelry house*. We travel with the exclusive Jeweller in collecting these lines — visit the same markets he depends upon — but we part at the selling point. We undersell because our cash system puts all lines on one business-like basis — a merchandise basis. You who contemplate a Jewelry investment during the Holidays z,tt in vited to make comparisons. Diamond Rings, small single stones in fancy settings, from >4.49 to mutt. Blnele stone Rings, plain setting. $8.96 to $89649. Two. three and five stone Rings in plain settings, various gems, $11.49 to $509.24. Cluster Rings, two rows of diamonds around emeralds, rubles or sapphires. Ittfrif to $424.24. Diamond Screw Earrings. $8.84 to $449.24. Diamond Drop Earrings, $8.59 to J596.49. Brooches, knot designs, plain, chased or enamelled, with diamond centres. $5.96 to $24.49. Knife-edge Brooches, various designs, one or more diamonds, $12.49 to $150.94. All Diamond Brooches, crescents, horseshoes, sunbursts, bowknots and fanry designs. $79.49 to $840.49. Men's Scarf Pins, various designs, $7.89 to $396.24. Men's and Women's Lockets, various designs, $6.49 to $82.69. Links, variously mounted, $7.49 to $60.49. Festoon Xeck'.aces. $6,67 to $62.49. Diamond-studded Match Boxes, Cigar Cutters. &0... $7.24 to $50.67. Black and Colored Silks. 1« Fl. Black Peau de Soie, all silk, double faced, perfect wearing A.-Sr, quality ; regularly worth 99c. a yard, sale price DOC Imr iri Chiffon Velvets, thin season's production; perfect Velvets lr pood colors; sold by others at $3.00 a yard. ©1 p.q our price «P i •VO Black Velvets, suitable for either dress or millinery purposes; regu larly worth $1.24 a yard; for this sale (1,700 yards) iCr>~ 6peclal at , O VC Crushed Velours, 32 Inches wide; sold by others at $3.00 a yard soid by us heretofore at $2.79 a yard, very special for this <t -\ m> Bale $I*>M Wp are showing complete lines of "Marchioness" Black Silks — woven expressly for us and sold under a double guarantee. Dress and Waist Patterns Neatly Boxed for Gift-Givers. Ist Fl. Full Jjt( «s Patterns of tweeds, voiles. Crepe de Paris, eoliennes, cash mere, albatross, nun's veiling, mohairs, Sicilians, serges, choviots, pnmelles. nelrose cloths, armures. crepe etamin*s. cloths, Venetians and imported novelties in all wool and silk and wool mixed; each $2.98, $3.45', $3.98, $4.49, $4.96, $5.49, $5.98, $6.49, $6.98, $7.49 and UP to $14.98. Full WTaial lengths, among them crushed velveteen, figured vel reteen?, corduroys, tamlse. lansdowne, silk v.arp tamise, cashmere, atbatrosa, eneck mohair, check voile, henriettas, veilings, eolienne3, crepe de Pr-.r.s and fancy-woven silk and wool fabrics; each $1.2 $1.39, $1.59, $1.98, $2.11, $2.49, $2.79, and up to 3*3»9&. Wash Dress Fabrics. Baf<: Ehlrt V.'aist Patterns, Including Jacquard waistinga. mercerized vest- Ing*, crepe de rhlne. panr.e silks. Eoliennes, Japanese crepe, imported rr.adra*. imported Itoena and others equally desirable; prices for com plete patterns. 59c. G9c. 79c. 98c, $1.19. $1.34 $149 si r»9 SLTB *ni $I.US. Percale Drees Patterne-Full dr*M lengths of entirely new fabrics lr th newest printings of white, navy, cadet, red, gray and black grounds-variousiy striped, dotted. . necked and figured designs as well es Dresden effects, This Percale is one of the best made In America. Prices for full dress lengnhs, $1.12. $1.18. $1.29, $1.33 and $ I.S'J. Ba Berr.r::t8 err.r::t Special— Al 1O& a yard. Cotton Crepon in cream, white. ; Be. sky blue. pink. rose. tan. Kile. gold, m arlet. lavender, brown] ftpj.le. navy ar.d black; leguiarly worth 14c. a yard. Main Floor r -.lßi--Exc!uelve deHgns in superfine Orsrandies made f V r u ■•■ fprto, of UMK. and to sell at 25c. a yard. This is aln Tv,^ r clot , h - putuly printed In roses, bud? and lar e fiora! effe.-ts oa white v e!lli tinted rroands; twelve new designs and four color com- \JL b:natior.<-; for this sale, a yard j 9c Holiday Handkerchief Selling Starts with Quadrupled Selling Space. We hay moved th« Handkerchief department to the 34th street eide of the rr:ain floor, where there is room a-plenty for the display and Fa!e of the splendid lines assembled for holiday buyers. In add;:ion to the sho\v,ng of "kerchiefs from our own factory In B»»l fasr. [rdand. we offer the standard products of other good manu facturers:— At 12C A:1 V?? n La Hand- lAt 24c A 1! Linen Lace. Lace "*- jaw kerch!f)f£ or All I.men | 4t •* >% - v. ith Embroidery or Hen-'Stitrhed .md Bmbrofdared j Ail Linen Hemstitched and Em- Handken hi<-fs. I broidered 'Ki-rchiefs. Finer quality Lace Handkerchiefs up to 52.3.) each. F*iner Quality Al. Line;: Embroidered Handkerchiefs up to $10.'.i4 each. ■Wcmen'.s All Lir.en Initial Handkerchiefs, packed half a dozen in a fancy box, particularly desirable for gift purposes; per box, 74c, 08c. $1-4, SI.S'J and $1.6y. French Initial Hand- ci -JQ I Children's All Linen Initial kercaufs, bos of cix. . «Pi«*->>' : HandkercbleCß, three In fancy _ -. . box . V** box '_'4c and 3J)c' *o. pten Initial Handkerchiefs. :6 x in boXi per box DVC with Bpoke gtltcblns a.l around : Children- Colored Border' Hand and neal block Intnsle. AQ ' kerchiefs, three in box. per box each w^v j ]4c; betu r quali ty, all na ' „ w . , .. , „ . ! Jirn-n. three in a box a4C Men's All Linen Initial Hand- , Women's All Linen Hemstitched kerchiefs, packed one-half dozen ; Handkerchiefs, hems o? various l-i; ,T: $1.89 fiX- '"..-«' «'- 6 9c Men's French ir.Ulal Handker- | BlSdkJ^i^^ f I'r" '"" m ::.^ P6c ; ?™'~* &°& PBc ~irj i• i r* • jPa. We - fln^}" out of our Umbrella HO If fl'V (11"IT i stt)CKS «hi? line of natural woo-3 iAV IKAKA.J 'JJJI handled Umbrellas, tb*< we have U->-»'K«/j k lloc gathered for the Holiday season. UrnDreJiaS. Thi* line includes Men's 28-Inch and r . Women* Cd-lnch Cmbrellas. well . :_Jj J constructed and possessing every toca Quality Isature. ~~ *"etan<lard Umbrella*," both sizes; Fox Lau i Al* Sl4 tjin r ' JS frames - excellent quality taffeta silk cov a, A t s|l Sa.r\J ering; handltrß in etralKht and hook de- signs. At the sane i>i!cs we offer Umbrellas fonstrjeted like the "Stand ard," bat ■ ■•■red with soft "Levantine" silk. & c r>^ \ " Ita ' lan EHk" Umbrellas, both sizes, high t. a^ vh I construction; covered both extra rjual /-\ ; VO grad^ construction; covered with extra qual i "*• < V^«^^ Ity light w«lgfit silk, famously durable. ~_~ "Suede Finish" Umbrellas; imported Fox A \ c^"7 /tO frames covered with extra fine silk taffeta of JT\ <4>-/o*"J> / the peculiar kid finish from which the name : 1 i s derived. Also:— "Elberon" Umbrella*; Fox Laurui frames covered with very fine quality closely woven Levan tine. A r Genuln* "Spltalfield" Umbrellas; Fox Laurus *-\ \ U Oh *rame«, covered with very fine heavy imported *A *■ «t/y«S"C/ tarfeta; handle* of th«» finest selected natural « — — w- Tiws Holiday showing includes other lints selling as high as $29.96 each This «aeon we are making a specialty of mounting Umbrella handles with sterling silver initials, monograms or the full name the latter a fac-siiiiik« of the purchaser's own signature, If desired. drt c.oop*. The Economy of V~"H PH R - H - iMac y& Co. 'sAttractions Are Their L.o\v Prices. |At Macy's You Any Other Time. 4_i X/ T^B way at 6th Ay. £>y 34th t0 35th St Wpiild Cost. Holiday Preparation. We are now displaying the largest Holiday stocks in the history of Macy's. They include complete assortments of the highest class imported goods — Diamonds and Jewelry, Paintings, Art Metals, Bronzes, Marbles, Oriental Rugs, Draperies, China, Glassware, Bric-a-Brac and like lines. We have established abroad a buying organization, with head quarters in Paris and branches in the capitals of Europe, and this organization is devoted to the work of gathering for us the best products of foreign workshops — Fashions, Art Merchandise and Novelties of every sort. Independent of our Paris head quarters we have established representatives in remote sections of Europe and Asia, who work along similar lines. As an in stance: In the Far East we have one man — a native who was reared among the rug weavers — whose time is given over to gathering Oriental Rugs and Draperies for our carpet and dra pery sections. OTHER STORES SEND BUYERS ABROAD PERIODI CALLY, OR. AT BEST. MAINTAIN AN OFFICE IN PARIS. Ol.'R PERMANENT FOREIGN ORGANIZA TION. COVERING EVERY FOREIGN MARKET CON STANTLY. IS A FACILITY EXCLUSIVE WITH MACY'S; HENCE NO OTHER STORE RECEIVES SHIPMENTS OF HIGH-CLASS IMPORTED GOODS AS FREQUENTLY AS MACY'S. We invite you to inspect these new stocks — leisurely — carefully. Should you care to avoid the rush incident to late holiday shop ping by making purchases now, we will arrange to hold your purchases for later delivery. The holiday campaign affords perhaps the best opportunity for testing the worth of onr Depositors' Account Department. This department gives you every ECONOMY of The MACY CASH System And 'EVERY CONVENIENCE of Any CREDIT System, AND YOUR MONEY IS EARNING IN TEREST WHILE IT IS WITH US. You can deposit as much or as little as you please and have your purchases paid for out of this sum. There is no waiting at the counter for change when on a shopping trip. Every month we will send you a de tailed statement showing what you have bought and how much money remains on deposit. On such balances we allow 4 per cent, interest annually, compounding the interest every three months. FAERY PENNY AND EVERY DOLLAR EARNS IN TEREST FOR YOU DAILY UNTIL WITHDRAWN. YOU CAN TAKE YOUR MONEY OUT AT A MO MENT'S NOTICE. We run no banking business ; there is no drawing of checks, with the temptation to spend money promis cuously. Macy sells only for cash. AT MACY'S THE MAN WHO PAYS HIS BILLS does not make up for bad debts by higher prices. He is not called upon to pay for the expensive machinery of a CREDIT DEPARTMENT. You know that no store can sell goods as cheaply in proportion t0 .l ua ' 1 - t - : as a cash store - (X° argument is required to prove that the customer must just pay the store's expenses, including its bad debts— lTS PREMIUM DEVICES, ITS TRADING STAMPS and ALL OTh T ER_^j7K^lEs7) Thousands Jiave opened deposit accounts with us, realizing the value of thfs "up-to-the-times" saving method. We Urge You to Give It a Trial. Fur Neckpieces and Mufls. Cd Fl.. B*way. Chinchilla Tie, satin llne^.. heavy cord fringe; made to sell cr> i -i a at $42,50, sale price j ,74 Chinchilla Flat Muff $48.74 Isabella or Sable Fox Pelerine, gray and white squirrel lining, brush tail and paws; made to sell at &59.50 sale <fa-> ia price ; <S?i!jS,4y Isabella OI Sable Fox Flat Muff, satin lined; value «IQQf; Alaska Sable Tie, double fur, six tails; value $14.75 $10.96 Alaska Sable Flat Muff, satin lined, value $15.00 sals ahh Price ..". $11.96 Mink Tie, lined with Mink Flat Muffs $i 8.75 de BaU n L. v^! ue $12.96 J£So w !^ salln: valu>; $21.96 .Nat v c a 1 , Squln el "^ atu r a T Squirrel Paadle Stock ■ satin *< 74 Flat Muff, satin lined; cx^o l;ned; value i.11.50.. OO*J c t vai , lfl $ILSO $6.49 ■ \\\y ZT~ j c .? ats niade (lf very Soo6 quality cheviot. i WoJlien S i f, lnch lon r ml -^^s. boUarless; neck v . ViJJWiJ «j| trimmed with stitched bands, strap back • pp A r.t-c . llned with BOOd quality black satin; i V^OciCs«- Mri - ! made to sell at $ 5.00; sale Cnr> ; 1— . L price $9.96 Coats made of fine black cheviot, 28 inches long fitting snug to the figure; c.ollarless neck trimmed to form collar effect the appearance brightened by a touch of blue; fancy sleeves; lining, black ffl -, .1 satin; made to sell at Slh.OO; sale price J0, 49 Coats made of very fine par.ne cheviot, lined with Skinner's fatin- 4'> inch models, double-breasted and close fitting, lapped seams velvet coat collar and well shaped revers; a handsomely tailored «i rs r\£ garment; made to sell at $28.00; sale price .pJy.yO Coats made of light-weight kersey, lined with Skinner's black satin 48 Inches long; full double-breasted front, semi-fitted hack splendidly tailored and trlmmod with graduated straps; eollarless neck trimmed with velvet and fancy braid; made to sell at $38.00; sale *~\r- ** , price $25. 74 Sale of Women's Suits. 2<3 Floor. r~~ — — — r Suits made of high grade novelty worsteds AT *^2 3On ! an 'l a l' ny of panne cheviots; the coats 27 \r\-l <%?&\J->y\J\ inches long, seml-flttingr, tatln-lined; trlm ! 1 «ied with Hercules braid down front nnd «. w. back, and with stitched velvet around the neck and cuffs; high kilt skirt, round length, unllned. Made to sell fit J3i>.oo. r A . <r> -> r\ />v /- ' CO f w uits - mAde Of superior quality blue ! At r> 3D Of) [I 1I 1 " 1 , black cheviot; coata 45 Inches long \r\L i|7OU«yil lined with satin, linished with Ktitched ! ! straps, velvet note* collar and velvet turn . . v, . ... CufTs on les o> mutton sleeves- unlined round length skirts with SUaP reams and d Uble fla.e pleats. Made tO SCll lit JiO.vll, \£%t VOV.VU braid and ined with satin; pleated skirts i with full Bare, unllned and round length Made to sell at $55.00. Misses' $16.00 Suits at $10.96. Suits of blue or black cheviot, fitted back, semi-fitted front tailor stitched, llne.l with satin; gore skirt with Hare pleats, unllned and round length. Sizes 14. 16 and 18 years— suitable as well for small women. Sl!k Petticoats— Two Specials. 24 Fl. At 52.97 Petticoats ma.ie of heavy taffeta Bilk, black and "*" w coiars; made with accordion pleating, narrow ruffle nd percaline clu^t ruffle. Value four dollars. M?,^ RO Fetticoata trade extra heavy tnfr>t.i, In i,ia,-k ■I -,^y and colors; made %\ith «leei> gradual accordion pleating, two pinked rouches a:id evtra silk d-:st ruffle Value eiglit uo'.l rs. $2.50 Moreen Petticoats at $1.69. Wcol Moreen, made with deep umbrella ruffle, tucked and finished with circular ruffle. Extra specia]==-Men's Imported Silk Mufflers and Scarfs. Handkerchief D«pt. — lat Floor. We offer at one-third less than regular, the high class Mufflers and Ecarfa, comprising the entire- sample line of Virgoe, Middleton i-. Co., the famous London manufacturers. Included are piain and fancy Bilks—all perfect and practically all different, as is the case with cample assortments. Prices range from 74c. to ?»).~4 each. We also offer:— Men's Pure Silk Muftters, in black or <£> -i p. Q white, 30 inches square, each ■ -»p .1 . V O Good reasons in these prices for starting your collection of gift articles. NEW- YORK DATLY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1904. DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS. A Special Sale Introducing a Splendid New Stock of Hand-IYlade French Lingerie, 26 Fl. How important is the work done by our foreign organization you may Judge from the present showing of French Undergarments — quite an elaborate collection — in this second floor Underwear store. These garments are products of French peasant sewers — skilful needleworkers, from the rural districts, whose time between harvest seasons is devoted to fashioning Lingerie for the great houses in Paris. We save you from 25 per cent to 40 per cent— the difference between our prices and others. This is the first season we have shown such a liberal collection of this dainty French wear and we are naming special prices in intro ducing It. Chemises, made of nainsook, trimmed with Insertions of lace and feather-stitching, «•! *ja lace edging and ribbons • «P i• * ' Chemises, made of nainsook, elaborately embroid ered and finished with c-j ir» ribbons $X. JV Chemises, made of fine nainsook, trimmed with cluster of tucks and French knots In yoke; Valen ciennes lace insertions and edging with ribbon <•■-) r\<^ beading $&.yJ Night Gowns, made of light weight percale, trimmed with fine tucks; hand-em broidered round collar a«-i "70 and cuffs 3>J./V Xight Gowns, made of fine nain sook, low neck, trimmed with Italian Valenciennes lace Inser tion, lace edging and d; "2 1Q ribbon; elbow sleeves. «PO. JV Xlght Gowns, made of nainsook, trimmed with cluster of fine hand-made tucks, hand embroid ered, neck and sleeves finished with ruffle, edged with lace . and featherstitch- $3. 69 Ing 4J3.0V Women's Fine White Net Waists Value $4.50. Sale Price 32,97, 2d Floor. Fine White Net, lined with silk mull; serpentine effect, trimmed with lace ruffle; tucked back and tucked sleeves. v £/~\ >/ Underwear for All a>/FOR\^ the Family. J&'/'* *\^L# The Underwear sections are well i 5? / ■ I NOT ON ' ' b\iL fortlllp<l this season with unpar- T> / Ja I SALE 77\ Xj allelod stocks. Leading the list |ft I MONDAY. M| \ are "Pescot" Unshrinkable Un * * 4, v flerwear, made by Peter Scott Six hundrf-d Dozen Men's Collars, well made, correctly shaped, in three heights of turn-down and three of wing; also a collection of our regular 12c. Collars- 1 shapes we expect to discontinue ' —all sizes, but chiefly in large and pinal! sizes; Tuesday, in lots of half a dozen, we offer -jr-, : them at O>'C I Ist Fl.. 34th St., rear. In the Laeo Department we ■ place on sale Tuesday morn- ! Ing:— Colored Muslin Chiffon and j Mousseline de Sole, 42 inches j wide; value 49c. a yard: 1f) \ pale price . . 7.000 Yards of Silk Wood Fibre Insertions and Galloons, in black, J white and champagne; widths. 2 I to 4 inches; value 45c. to $2.75 a j yard; sale price. 18c. 20c. *m ' 49c, and 7vC ; t«t Fl-. centre Kngraving— Plate and Fifty Fine ! Quality Cards; shaded <p i ar\ \ old English $J.«>y , Plate and Fifty Fine Quality I Cards— Block or Roman o^ ! type ©ye \ Monogram Diea to or- nDr» i d«r y'rC I»t Fl.. rear. L The Above Will Not Be J 22 on Sale Monday. £' j Children's and Hisses' j Rain Coats. 2d Fl. Made of wool cashmere in navy j blue or red; one or two capes, ' velvet collar, p'.aid lin- <ct> >> n lnt; all sizes $^J.Dy ! Infants' Coats at $ 1 .49 i ad Fl. Short Coata made of ripple elder down in cardinal or tan; circular | cape, trimmed with braid; sizes i 1 to 3 years. Ch3ldrens f Wrappers. M Fl. Wrappers of figured daisy flan nel, in pink, blue or gray, with i hooda and girdles. 3. 4 and 0-year sizes. ..$ U .34 8. 10 and 12-year sizes.. .$ 1 .67 A Special Groyp of Children's Full Length Coals at $18.96. Value Twenty-five Dollars. 2d Floor. Material — A fine quality zibellne in blue or black, the collar and cuffs trimmed with velvet and silk braid; pleated effect, with belt all around; sizes 14, 16 and 18 years. $ 13.75 Children's Dressesat $9.74 Plaid Dresses, prettily trimmed with silk, with deep bertha trimmed with braid and silk; fancy Bleeves and pleated skirt. Also Dresses In white or usht blue cashmere, tucked and bral.l trimmed, the eklrt shirred at the top; sizes S to 14 yeara. Desks and flusic Cabinets Interest ing from a QiftViewpol n \ F\irn!ture Dei>t —4th Fl. Woumd'l W'rltlnß Decks of solid quar tered oak. with carved drop l!(!f. 1 rench Wks and large drawer; V*,;k fitted with bevel!.-! mirror, «p f.A Women's Writing DfKks o£ solid quar tered oak. with French legs, lar^e. drawer, beautifully figured drop 11. J and carved back fitted with ti 1 -Jj Urge alze mirror, each. . <PJ J .A*» Desks In b!rd'»-eye. maple, French legs, large drawer, carved back. * Q a a fitted with mirror, each «P>'.U' t>eek» In blrds-»ye mar.'.c. with dt-ro rated drop lid. French legs, large drawer and carved l-ock. lUted with Urge alga bevelled mtrror, (t J O 2'" DRY GOODS. Drawers, made of fine percale, umbrella-shaped nainsook ruf fle, finished with French knots, featherstitching and edged with Valen- d» i j,q dennes lace «P » •♦'" Drawers, made of nainsook, trim med with deep ruffle inserting and lace edg- t-j o,i ing $^,^4 Drawers, made of fine nainsook, trimmed with deep ruffle, hand embroidered lace and Ci «7Q ribbon bows &O.J7' Corset Covers, made of nainsook, hand embroidered and finished with scolloped edge c 1 >jr\ and tucked back ■vl.Jy Corset Covers, made of fine nain sook, trimmoil with hand embroidery and <t-^ ->r» ribbons $i.isy Corset Covers, made of fine nain sook, trimmed with hand em broidery, fine beading, «♦-) n*7 lace edging and ribbon 9*>vJ Petticoats, made of percale, trim med with hand embroidery, han.l embroidered scollops; finished with dust «-3 r>.i ruffle 4>0,^4 Petticoats, made of fine quality percale, elaborately trimmed with embroidered ruffle, scolloped ease arid dust ruffle, <cc? -jrv finished with lace.. ■ipO.oy A: Co.. of Scotland. To-day's news concerns some less expen sive sorts of Men's. Women's and Children's Garments- FOR WOMEN*. Fleece-lined Shaped Ribbed Vests, high neck, long and short sleeves; Pants and' Tights to match, knee and ankle -,r> length oVC Medium-weight Shaped Ribbed Cotton Vests, long and short sleeves; Drawers and tights to match, knee and ankle o A length O4C Medium-weight Ribbed Merino Vesta; hierh Deck, lons and short sleeves; Pants to match, with French bands, knee and » , ■inkle length /4C Heavy-weight Ribbed Merino Vests; white and natural; long and short sleeves; Pants .-j ,i _ to match, ankle length... J**Z Winter-weight Three - quarter Wool Shaped Ribbed Vests, white and natural: lone and short sleeves: Pants and Tights n/. to mat. h. ankle length "OC Silk-and-Wool Shaped Ribbed Vests, high neck, long and short sleeves; Pants to match, ankle length; finished with <t 1 a , French band •oM.'fHj- FOR CHILDREN. Flat Whito Merino Vests, long sleeves; Misses' Pant? and Boys' Drawers to match; size 18, 39ic; rise 6c. each larger size. Natural All Wool Vests, excel lent quality: Misses' Pants ani Boys' Drawers to match; slzt> 18, 4-lc: rise 10c. each larger size. FOR MEN. Natural Wool and Camel's Hair Shirts, ribbed bottoms; Drawers to match: with dou- jt 1 in We srussets «j?i»iy Natural Wool end Camel's Hair Shirts; double back «• -j -yr\ and front i^J.OV Natural Wool Shirts, heavier quality; ribbed bottoms; Draw ers to match; double c 1 A a gussets «pJ.*J--r "Glastenbury" Health Shirts, single breasted. $1.8S; double breasted. $2.19; Drawers to match. $l.rvS; extra sizes. 2»k\ higher. Children's Sweaters 2! "• A lot of 300 Worsted Sweaters, buttoned on shoulders: In plain white. " white with pink end white with light blue; size? 1. 2 and 3 years; value "70 $1.26* sal* price -/>C j WuTnen's MahoKany-rtnl»h«d Wrttlne , Srskt. with eonoavea frunt .lrawrr ] car\-fil ilrrv,, lid am! French <T Pi •> j I lisa, aacti «py.O4 ! Mahoßany finished M ■1 c r- a hlnef« . runelled door. '.urge b.v«:ied u.p mlv ,r : ; lnt«rt<-,r Otted with •iKltng C 1 I <.-» drawers fcr music, each.. »P J J»Oy liwtecabtiiau. rnahepcany fronts »ci top drawer; tive «helves for MNMto' lain* pattern pUt« mirror tip, oi top $ J U,04 Music ('ahlnet". mah.'uanv S h. beau tifuliy inlaW frbma, h h - $10 49 ly poUahad 3> J 0.49 I idJustaU* »helve« $V.74 I Hvt ihCvM . $4.34 DRY GOODS. 11.00 CORSETS AT 3!»c. r~n Fft Thompson's '" GloVe rttUn*" Corsets [\ V'A V /^l |V !I" \w >^?\ ■SK-«i*rSLtS ///\/A\\Gu ML \// <Sr^,) dU," ZTZ T fln " »*'*">. bias cut. me- /// \// \ \\\^ciJV^J/ I «c™anJ"' iif n<l hlp; trimmed with !4K M/ V-H B".wyat C2^ 34th to ■""I rlLbon. •— ■ «th ay. 3Sth «. . . In the basement Lamp Ptore we have II .»•» -»-^ Jl i what Is conceded to be the most com iL»cimDS fITIC I |etc L»™P department in this coun ' try. There is no gap in the stock hrvlliT'OC array, from an ordinary Oil Lamp at 11 iIAILJ.I O. ' l?c. to a splendidly designed Elec ~~ — — . ' troller at $222.00. To-day's news from the Limp Store is given over chiefly to Welsbach Lights— the orig inal Welsbach, properly regarded as the standard light of this char acter. We regularly sell these genuine Welsbach Lights for consid erably less than others ask for a copy of the Welsbach that are extensively advertised under another name. The designs are very much alike yet there are these differences between our prices for the genuine and the prices asked elsewhere for the imitation: — Imitation sold elsewhere at $1.25. genuine sold here at $7c Imitation sold elsewhere at $1.50, genuine sold here at $].19 Imitation sold elsewhere at $1.75. genuine sold here at 97c of QuarY 18 -" 5 a LlSht ° f thlS character look for the Welsbach "Shield i „-,„ ~~ ~ 1 Particular attention I* called to our r Pfrrft IPrC unsurpassed collection of EW- J^J&V. L.IUJICJ3 troliers. including designs from B*r- ZZZZ — 7" lln Paris and Vienna, as welt as the *ork of American metal workers. Every Electrolier is wlre<l ready for service and may bo seen lighted if desired. y Axminster Carpets— specials. 3d Floor. This sale involves three grades of the celebrated Axmlnster made by the Alex. Smith Sons & Co. mills. The collection t* made up of an assortment of elegant patterns. w,ith and without borders: Saxony Axminster Carpets, Our Regular Price Sale >s/tr» $1.19 a yard. Price O**C Extra Axminster Carpets, Our Regular Price Bale V)Rr $1.24 a yard. Price VCJV Savonnerie Axminster Carpets, Our Resrular Price Sale 1 O/t f1.49 a yard. Prio- "V * *** 4 > Domestic Rugs. 3d Fl Reversible All Wool Smyrna Rugs, rich colot^ngs and designs — Size 18x36 inches. $1.12. Size 4x7 feet. $6-S2. Size 21x4". inches, $1.50. Size 5xS feet*. $11-4 sir 26x^ inche, ss s^ss-i-Jfs Size 30xtx> inches, $2.St>. s; ze qq x j2 feet • < 5>75 > 7 7D Size 36x72 inches, $3.98. Sizr oxl3 feet," |3?*S& Wilton Rugs, best quality: — 18x36 inches $1.44 , 5.3x10.6 ft $2095 27x54 inches §2.98 i 9x12 fl $34.49 30x63 inches $4.59 ! 9x15 ft $44.0$ Five Frame Body Brussels Rugs — 8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft. 6 in $22.49 | 9x12 ft $24.»» Tapestry Rugs, size $>xl 2 ft., special at 513.95. Upholstery Goods-***- Reversible Tapestry Table v "overs; splendid assortment of colorings; finished with fringe: — lxl jrd., value 81. 38. at 9<sc ; 2x2 yd»-. valu» 13.W at $i 43 IHxIH yds.. va:ue J2.T4. »t $1 *» ! 2x2', yds.. v»iu* S4 74. a: 13 24 Imported Tapestry Table Covers; Oriental designs and colorings, fin ished with heavy knotted fringe: — IHiT/j yds., vaiie $4.74. r.t $3.31 I 2x 2 r<l» . valu. $3.24. %t $5.74 2 i2H rda. va.ua J94S, at J>>.» Oriental Striped Tape'try Couch Covers, finished with tassel fringe 50 inches wide:— Value $1 69 each at $1.24 Tata* JI.9S -ach at $1 40 Value $2.49 each at $1.74 Oriental Striped Tapestry Portieres, fringed at ton and bottom: — Value $2.99 a pair, at $2.24. Value $3.3i> a pair, at $2 40. V»:ue $3.59 a pair, at $2.3*. Flax Velours. tn odd shaps: SO Inches : Flsr.r».. ami Strlred Ver-na Velourx wide: reduce,, from SL« and Sl.B* a I ***$£ Ulr^l" l^^- t& yard to 74c . Soc. Handsome Silk Damask, two ton'- 1 effects. In a large range of color ings: value $3.21 and $3 74 a yard, reduced to 32.4t». Tapestry Portieres in combination coiorings. frinsred top aad bottom; reduced from $4.4S a pair to *-".'>. and from $»>.9S and $7 24 a palr to $4.98. Renaissance Lace Curtains, with wide insertions and edges:— Value $!>97 pair, at J7.45. I Va'u<> *1? 4"» pair, at $9 PS. Valu» $10 24 pair, at S7.PS. ! Value $15 74 ra.r a' Jll M Value 11174 pair, at ♦ft.OS^ I ValiM SISIM pair, at $lrt l-> Irish Point Lace Curtains, all of this season's importations, at lowest prices: — Value $4.74 pair, at $3 4«. [ V«]u« $7.74 ra!r. at $3.45. Vaue 53.4S pair. »• 13.0. A'a'ue J5.24 par. at $6.45. Value $6 74 pair, at $4 4« I Value $11. pair, at $!> i)y Four-fold Seracna, oak or cherrj- fln'shnl Four-foki Screfns. 5 fl 6 Inches hlsh. frames, cccntd with I ■. line; value cove.c.. with rai or gr*en bur ay sl.l2. at 7:.- . value Jf, 74. at S4 <j». Satin Damask Lambrequins, finished with deep tassel fringe: — Va:ue $'.24 ttch, at $3 9?. , Tatm 91 7; ea-h at $383. Value 19.21 ea:h. at ?7.45. SaJe of Good Groceries,_ sthr , OUR CELEBRATED 'RED STAR" COFFEE. The regular price for one-pound cartons is 29c: for this sale It Is re duced to 2"c. five- pound cartons for $1.14. LILY WHITE CHOP TEA. Formosa Oolong. English Breakfast. Ceyion. Young Hyson. Japan, Gunpowder and Mixed; our regular price 6Sc. for pound carton; spe cial for this sale. 9c; f>-lb. caddy, $2.69; 10-lh. caddy, 55.25. MACT*S FAMOUS "RED STAR" BRAND BREAKFAST COCOA. Half-pound cans, regularly 13c.. special at 115 c; $1.69 ilozan. MACY'S FAMOUS CHOCOLATE. Triple Vanilla and Premium, full- weight. >2-lb. cake; regular price 17c: for this sale 14c. each; $1.;.7 deaen. MARYLAND BRAND PEARS— Delicious, perfect fruit, put up in heavy syrup in full-weight q,uart cans; sold by others at 25c a can. snle price 12c TUESDAY SALE. — No order for these goods filled before Tuesday. THREE FLOUR SPECIALS. BRIDAL VEIL. FUANKIJN MILLS L.11.T WHITE BKAND ENTIRE WHEAT. BRAND. For M%-lt> b«K '.<Z; 12', -:t. tun 0U 24 i-lh. r*a« for Qg For ha:f barrel f 3 '.•* Half btml |§.*I H.-.U barre; for $3 « for who.; barr.l.. tI.M Whole- barrel $7 46 \V>*>l« tarre! $6.l<J RED STAR BAKING P< >\VDER. Guaranteed absolutely pure cream of tart:ir and equal in every re spect to the widely advertised brands that are sold at much higher prices. • One-pound earns. •e*ctel tor this Ml». —eh. 24c; dozer. JC 74 Flve-i>ound '-ans. special fDt t::» sale, caih $I.CS> i'EKEALS. I>'.".v Wh.te r.ranU Corn 3tari-h; r» - -' "' ■ Ir.vtnolbl? Wr.!t« Wheat Pastry VUur. carton. Be . dot We " sed ''>' a 'l »schi«tve pastry dealers; i>i H> ba« .... . . 410 barley. oMtrl Tnploc*, Saifi..; pound <•»< j iw si . .juul.t •■ r.rahan'. an>". Ky,. Wtomr, 3 tons, •'•/ ; doa j4c • lh. cotton fcajt. 1«<- j K> \b. CBttMl b«* SisJ Fancy Ken Y,rk Strttf FH lt»-ar.s; - l>'- ; Kxtra ijualuy H»ai fUc«, B It . tton p*ckaae, 10c . 1> Rx «■« i '>fR- ~ ! -' • »« I'- baic •* Best WUU .;ranu!a..M U -rUny: 5 lb. ! |JS^J*.?K?^ **£*£**' * * B*» quality Farir-i. In •> la cotton . me al M«!«d .Tins, cont*tatßa 4Mm -■•»--■ l•a^^. each 3e Mai U.t.ikraat Ko. ,i. p*tk&B« TOMATOES. CORN. I PEAS KeKuiar fclir <iu<irt can; j Jecwmtac Braad, trtiulrr. : Bwt«t HouaeboM 8.-»n !, tut r« ! rii- fruit; im. ■ ri>'h .<• ■•: r«aroj an, ! «-.xira tn ■ :ia\ t 2-'.b. fte.; .i.izeti. »Be. , 10c . dozen. $i ea !i-a::>..! i-a::>.. mMiur; sue. tc: Je«sttmln» BraaO. t.--»t I . . a.zen >i. qurMf. re.!, riir .Ui-. I*l'\,.W1 * 1 '\,. W h U* llrunJ - ' xtra , ' kll , i; can. lie • sea, ; ?" alit >'- Mi-H' i*u-k. can. . Jraiamin« Prat-.a. Mir |l.2J. >—•: dozen. $1.5 a. r , v . :at. :i;.v.:.;ir. «'.-■<■ vi Aoi«rtc»n Beaut] Brand, : mitlll n...,,.. !«„- 1 'tr f«n> y : can, l«>o : •stra larg. ct» hi«he.< . ,I",^^,"';' ; ,^ ! ' in ' 1 - : *■?<■<. I l "i' •eUettOD ol whole Jersey , «" .' "' » r. Iw !>.,. fruit: can. 13c.; dosra. caQ> it ._ .- ■ i.n |] v -*• , WUN Bnri; cm *-: • ' "' , ■-<•"- c>f - .Kiien $2«M. Extra Fancy Hl[.e t rult. I.lly Wtalt* Sttocotaak «x- llame.teati -- - T 'It Macy's Old En«?!lsh-style Plum Puadlng. Liiy Whit-j Brand, properly ripened, and thoroughly matured: — 1-lb. 20c;2-lb. cans. 88c.: :Mb. cans. 56c; 4-lb. cans Tl>- Home madeMlnceMeat. qt. Jars. 41V. ; Lily Whit- Bra-,!. «... *i. Imn 64c.; Lily White Brand— by the po-'1..! not deUvered? rv K' ' SPARKLINO CHAMPAGNS CIDBR-RSD BTAR BRAND ab eo'utely pure niaJf bj a world famous elder maker; unequalled for ttavor or quality: Joz. . ; hottles. $2.TS: doz. pint bott!«. SSS THE BE£T LAUNDRY SUPPLIES T.el Star Launrfrv Soai>. b.->x contains «»> I jv.» Bonn.« H..1 <i»r \ eou-id Uly Whit* Brand OtOM Star«h: for this £***•* ltK • •""■ " 'J l 2 »ale. 3 lb. cartons, lie; 6 lb. uoo<len « o»»»h or Ly«; oao-s, Jr ; .Joaon .-»»iJ " lt " t — We rcoarlaa Soap; ti.x MBtetOlM IN tarr» 4t> lh. box... ,1,,;. «ak<u. J3T4; cak.« « Ammonia. Ht me I»e branj; pints. 10c.; Keel Star Washing PowJcr IMf p.>uni $t.IS doien: ijUHrt* ltkv . ien . ,sa.o« i <•«*.. 15o. ; Jo»«n p«cita«^. ■ -Hp> Ammonia, extra »tron«; plnu. 6c.; do»en. | Ball lUulnit; half pounj bo»»». »c.: «9* We. ; quart*. Be.; doxea |i.u3 J doMn> nd ITc . 0i«n....5!.^ DRY GOODS. DRY OOOM.