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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1912. r R. H. Macy & Co.'i Attraction Are Their Low Ptlcei. I'lir lnlrrcollriri'itc Cimvpntion Brinirs Out Pronotmrrd hi- j vcrcrciu'c of Views. DOWN ON STH1KK P.IfKAKINd Il.'irvnnl ('linploi Coiilcln'i Kvon iitl ii Definition of S.Miilicnlistii. Mr.in lor iidviiiioint; lht Sociality .Tiovcnictil win:HiMisi-i'tl yi-htiTtlayat tln convention nf ihi InttTfollcniiilo Social i-tp'moclitiR.il .Mi-" Helen I'Ih'Ip-SIdUi'k ntuilln nt li drove KtriM-l The meeting iiee.itne mildly explofive illirinu ir"Qiiiv.- inii Box mv(Mi nl which Mrn. I Inrclice Selle). Alcenion I anil William KhkHIi Wallinp. all u-iirkiiiK Sociali-l" lull f -liflcriMil M'ttr. niihWiTitl niiest inns Mil) milled by the iilnlernrailuute Socialist ll va tlio Harvard eliiipler that Mil), .nit titl thcqucMlon. "What is tlmSoolaliM .lttttudutow.ini (.yndii'iilNm, with special it I pre i ice l tl' Industrial Workers if iw World'" Mr Walling. wln 1p.itII- hlmi-olf a l "revolutionary SocirfhM." pointed out Mini tlic question w.i. cnnplical"i by litl'ci -lit utidiT..taiidinj;Mir lacknt under itaiidillK f iVlitlicaliln lii'Mli". and .In- ili-eiiion wandni'd i-omewliat from Jim qiifMum Harvard had prnpoi-e Mr. IVHlhnK found it urn-wary to Mate Ins oii position In ri'canl to mean to ! n.l for KwiiillMie and industrial l.ttr--iinit emit-, and in Io1iik " "-"id that lie -wrupnthizml with any means which hroilpht "rp-.iilt ' Hp explained that he lid not IipIipvo that extreme violence, mrli as t oiemplilled liy fonw forme of liiliotauc. for inMaiifp, advanced tho 'aiise to n,.- I W W Mr WallliiK Mid h i'.lit'M'l that ordainlit ion had been "ptirMtinc a treinendotii-ly important ours"" in advancing tin- calii-e of "in duMrial i-ociali-m " In t!ii- connection, V. raid. ill" labor movement had Mood by the McNamunin, not l'cau labor men wro convinced of tli" riRht- of the raw, ml l.-oati- they had a "tronc idea that tin; .MoNam.ira-. hud Im-i-ii Rood union men Hp Minc'-Med that support had , not breii withlii'ld becaure of any fear that iIim MeNiiiniira or their kind were "weal; I and timid" in o.irryini; out plans for in ditiirial advancement That phrii.-u "weal! and timid" around Mr !... tli.- ni'Jt i-pealer He lelt that Mr Walling bad inlet red lli.it socialiM-. ol th" non-U volutionarv fort iver. weak and timid and rieinl Hip implipation Syndieali-in and the like, raid Mr. v merely a "lorilieation of loleiice. " and Hi- troiibj.i s 1 1 1 1 i-yinliedlil. and revolutionary Mieialisti wi that they were M-ekmc "a fhort cut " "There Hie no rlioit eutr." said Mr Lee "and we have to K ploilditlK alone" Mr. I.ee iti-Mcd thnf there wan nothing new about yiiilieali-ni or revolutionary rtocialirm anil milled' "If 'in aie to Maud for the policy that britiK reult- wo must Maud for that policy in individual cane-, and that mean that'we miiht leave tt tu the McNamaruf. to bn III" juilRc of what brhiK re-ultr " .Mr l'eaid he did not like the "results" h liown in I.o-. Anselep, nlthoucli it w.w fair to preumu thai the MeNaiunras believed hinojrely that they were pro ducing "re-ulth." Tho iie-tioui that the colleR" men and woruon had prepared lor what mliiht bo called the profei-io.nl rocialits to an wer covered almot i-very pliie-o ol thn nubjeet and th" atiRWern were nfK'es-i-rily inadequate owinc to the time given Th i-poakerr Hut before the "cpietion box" was openiil the convention, in re.jnoii(-e to a n dilution oflerel by Com lade McDonald of lh Meadville Theo logical School chapter, went on record .ts being opposed to "hcabbmg and strike breaking by college men." There was an attempt to pass a reso lution calling on the college socialists to make an active tight in their various colleges against Ihe strikebreaking prac tice by student, but the committee ap pointed to draw up the term- of the reso lution faihd to agree, the convention got into a parliamentary tangle and finally ave up trying to suggest the means' i)y which the war ncaint college, strike breaker" was to be carried on To return to the "Ue-tion box," the Williams chapter wanted to know if the Socialist party believed in u "government of laws; rather than of men," and If so, how it stood on the recall 5f judges and rinkerinu with the Constitution. Com- rado Ieo answered that tho socialists do want a government ol laws; that constitu tions had to bend and sometimes to break to admit of progress, and that mob rule only came "when the needs of a nation conflict with rigid laws " Comrado Wullmg thought that so long a neither Mr. WiUon nor Mr Koosovelt believed in keeping the C'oii-titutioii intact a Kocialist convention didn't need to bother about the matter. 1,'olumbia's; socialists; asked where "in dustrial democracy" stood in the socialist programme and were lojd by Mrs.Kelley tjiat "tho whole socialist programme is one ot menu-trial uemocracy him gave tho Swiss railroads an an example of an industry "carried on by and for tho peo ple, with instruments controlled bv the people and said that they represented 'the furthest step toward socia limn tjiat my bodily eyes have rested upon " .Mr. ixiu said that the iiuention showed mat its framers nl not uiKk-rstand ocialisin. which, ho said, was not a "movement" but a struggle of the work ing class to emancipate itself. Ho sug gested that tlui college men could learn more from life than from books on tho subject of the workiugman's struggle The Boston Alumni chapter wanted to luiow "How far is it advisable to hold to Marxian application of sociulistlo prin liplesT And when that had been dis jwsed of George Washington University aaked what was tho difference between the anatchism of benjamin Tucker and ociaIWm Mrs. Kelley said that the two had much in common, both believing in "tho widest possible personal lilerty for tho individual," but in this connection h)ip remarked that slm could not conceive of a railroad train Is-ing run by all tho passengers in turn, which, sho bald, seemed to lw Tucker's idea Harvard came unit, with a request that the expertH "Htato a fairly concrete plan for the introduction of the socialist stale." Mr. )ee replied that he considered dm sociaJist movement "a war, a struggle for emancipation, not merely tho plan ning of a scheme and presenting it to the rorld." Things didn't happen that way. he mI1, and the exact steps lo lo taken u victory was won depended upon the "rtrategio circumstances of the moment " Ohio Northern wanted to know where ih wocialists stand on tho tariff ques tion and also with regard to Ihe "liquor traffic " All of the speakers went in practical agreement that raising or lower nc the tariff could have little effect upon the welfare of the laboring class. Mrs. .rioiiey fvuid uai wnut uio tann iook irom in working man was "so trivial com pared to what tho railroads take" that ?i"es,'n was hardly worth Isithering On the liquor question loo the experts "ere again agree that it wasn't a vital w in Hiii'lulwn .Mr l,ee suggested f hT i f'-'"""')' fr excess would bo .Vj .lll. l ininillK "1 111 HiaUJ- m m mm m w t i i Broadway, 34th to 35th St. CORSETS -NOTE THE SAVINGS Twice ;i year manufacturers of many of the popular rrnkes of Corsets make up for in at cost prices special lots of the season's most favored models. To these are added salesmen's sample lines and odd lots in various desirable styles and qualities. Corsets included in this sale are The Most Popular and Widely Known of the Standard Makes and are offered far below the usual prices prevailing elsewhere. In the assortment are Corsets for every type of figure, Corsets in this season's most approved models, Corsets which at these prices mean substantial economies on ever purchase. -Sxnnil Hour, :llh SI. These for Special White Sale Selling: 4C. Corsets, 59c "Renzo" Belt Corsets,$A9 Sold ilmrhi rr for $1 (m to t- .W Manufacturer's slight imK.Tfectioiis aie responHblo (,r this low price. These are in sUcs to III almost every figure Hose supporter- attached Iwice or silk tloss odgo t'immpil Sizes is to :iu inches .S'oM Wm'iWiiti' for J3 Ml (Jood quality coutll IU"lucing cor set for stout llgiircs, with elastic; Htrns over nlnlomeii, risluiiiig clasp and re-Infom-d strong webbing hose sup-porter-attachel Kmbroidery trimmed Sizes I'l to 31 inches. "Royal Worcester;' 89c "C A" Corse $1.49 .S'oM rhrxchrrr for 11 50 t'outll Corsets, with low bust and lone skirt Hip lias hose supporters attached Sizes IS to ; Inches "American Lady" 89c SoW tlKCAthirr jor 11.80 Coutll. low bust model, with long hip; nil on new straight lines Hose supporters attached Sss is to 2(1 Inches "J. B." Corsets, 98c Sold rtmthrrr 'for SI .V) fo $3 00 Six mo.lels from which to select Low and medium high bust with long skirt Two and thns pairs of hose Sllpporiers SiM IS to 23 inches "Warner" Corsets, $1.29 Sold clirvhrrt for Jl.T.'i . Made of coiitil, Kmniro top with ex tremely long hips. Hose supporters attached; trimmed with silk flosssl embroider' Sires IN to inches Sold tUtvhcrc lor 11.00 Coutll for medium and stout fig ures. Medium low butt, long hip, with reducing clasp; reinforced over abdomen wltti strong webbing. Sup porters attached Si7.es IN to 3tl inches. "American ,"$1.89 Hold rlt uhrre (or $3 .VI Matin of fancy batiste Low bust, extremely long skirt Trimmed with embroidery edge. Hose supporters attached Sizes IN to 24 inches "J. B." Cor7ets, $1.89 Sold rlncirhcrn for 11 an Made of line coulil Low bust, ex treinely long hip. Iioncd with "Wa lohn" boning Hose suporters at tached. SbM is to 2ft Inches "B & J." Corsets, $2.69 Sold chrvhrrr for X, m Heavy fancy brocade, pink-.md-white, blue-and-white nnd nil white. JIiel for avemge llgure Hose sup. Oil porters attaciieo: "R $: "Florita' "Corsets, $2.97 I'outil. medium ibust line. Ions ntniight hips. Hose Mipporters nt tachisl front and sides Sizes Is to 26 inches Sold rtnrhcrc. 13.00 to is no Sample corsots in Coutll and fancy brocades Models for average ligurex. Si74s for nearly all figures imported Tricot Corsets, $6.94 to $7.94 Imported Rubber Corsets, $9.94 to $17.89 Rubber Brassieres, $7.94 Warner" Brassieres,24c "DeBexoisc" Brassieres ,49c Sold tUeuhtrr for 50c Made of strong muslin; yoke with embroidered Insertion and laco edging. Crossing stirplicewise in ImcI:. Si7es 30 to 42 inches, in very shapely, well cut motlels. .SW (Unrhcre for II. 00 to 12.00 Discontinued styles: all sizes in this lot. trimmed with lace; sorao with yokes of embroidery Models honking In front or crossing surplice 'style In iuck hizes 3 to 42 inches. Brassieres of newest models 98c to $7.94. WHITE DRESS FABRICS Mala Fl.. .Kith Nl. The Newest Effects and some Groups of very Special Values l or Southern nnd tropical wear a most comprehensive assortment uhite and cream white materials, including; CoatinsiFrtnch Str(t Storm StritCancai Cloth Diatonal Serf VhlpotiBwaMcthBtijord Cord-Voile-Poplln-BtntalintUtmitlta -Granite Cloth Stlk-anJM'ool Poplin Entlhh Mohair Brilliantlne and Sicilian Silk Sttipti Strte Russian CorJ Serge. Cream Storm Serge 98c a yard Sold elstuhtre for $1.2) All-wool 54 inches wide Cream Storm Serge, 69c a yard, all wool. Sold tlseuhert for 75c Very fme quality M inches wide of WHITE STOCKINGS FOR WOMEN Main rtMr. ntre. At Typical Macy Savings White Cotton Stockings, 24c a pair. White Lisle Stocking!, 33c & 48c. White Silk Stockings, 94c, $U9, $149 and tip to $49.50 for Stockings inset with real Vcnise or f?o:epoint laa-s, Children's Stockings White Cotton Stockings, 24c. White Silk Lisle, 48c. THE NEWEST LINGERIE BLOUSES Latest Styles for Spring, 1913, and All at Prices Providing Typical Macy Savings .Sft-onil Floor .'loth M. Voile and Batiste Blouses at 89c Illustrated on the tuo figure at the left. Tho Illouso at the extremo left is of Vollo, with velvet bow and ties drawn through crochet lace straps. Ixing sleeves tucked. The Mouse at left confer is of batiste with broad lace, insertion and tucks; panel of embroidery at yoke. Hires 34 to HI. Voile and Batiste Blouses at 89c These are trimmed with Valenoiennra Ince and embroidery, 'Nix models. Voile and Batiste Blouses, $1.29 Venise yokes and line Valenciennes luces; tucks and embroideries trim those dainty Illnuses, which are of ex cellent quality and very neatly made. Voile and Batiste Blouses. S1.98 Illustrated on the (iro figures at the right. Tho Illouse at tho extremo right is of fine, sheer Initiate, with the new epauletto shoulders. A broad hand pf heavy Venise lace Is combined with line vnlenciennes und Cluny laces and tiny tucka; high collar finished with velvet Iww. Tho Dlouse at right center Is of Vollo and boa tho very latest "Butterfly" revere, embroidered and crochet but ton trimmed Thn long epaulette shoulders are of embroidery und the high collar and cuffs are laoo trimmed, Hlzos 34 to 44. Eighteen Blouse Models at $1.98 All new nnd effective stylos many trimmed with colored Voile, others with Irish crochet lace, I'lie prettiest of the new lilouses are In fine Voile, withdnlntv touches of nolnnvi oilo in pipings and trimmings. Volvet of bright hues also adds to the effectiveness of the new models and laoes; embroideries and lino tucks are combined in olever fashion. At N4.f)0, Numerous Pretty mouses, bare line net neck, frills and jabots or are elaborated, strapped and piped with rose, coral, amber and blue voile with crystal buttons of matching hues. There is a very wide range of prices in the Blouse section. Among the many handnome Contume Blouatt in M Macy collection, a Parl$ made Blouse attm.anu tioewwWij. A deep cape of real Pt. Vtnlf lace drape Ms shoulders and quaint silver buekles, studded rith rhinestones, trim the front. $88.60 there are Blouses of real Bohemian lace over fresh colored vet or of handmade Princess lace over vhlle Charmcuse, both of exquisite style. yllitifcUli New York's Greatest Event of Its Kind. For Every Woman Savings Unprec edented and Unapproached, The only White Sale conducted on a Cash basis. Macy's both buys and sells for Cash only, hence these great savings. Some stores buy or sell for cash, but Macy's does both. Night Gowns 1 Combinations Low iifrt:. Xalnviuk Low Miunre nei'W tnrrhim luwrllon, 70-- Nainsook. lirolilf rl. 89c- 90e" ''nnbrlr. Isre rdzrtl. lr NlriMiok Low ntek. lre Invrtlon nd cdic kimono lrrr Q Muslin. Jlljiti nri-U, : rows rmbrolilcrnl Inscr lion, tur),f- ja-- Nnlni-ooU Kniplre M) le, 1?t rmliroljrrcil liMrtlnir. rlliboa nnil lorrhon eilfe. jn.-.S'Hlnvwl; Snunre rut SfC joltr of lun rnibrold- rrnl I'iM'rtlons, liraillnc and rtbbini in. Naln'-O'ili Low nteU. I"- virpllce tylc, lre In- itrrtloii sii'l filer. CQe Nnlnfouli. Square tier!;, lilc rirlrl rmbroldf i y, hradlnir, ribbon and Valrn- clrnne cdKr 59c nice ind rlltbon C0e Nal-sonU Hand em OfC brolil'n'd. In iirrlt; torrho'i lare rdicl. CO- ,N'alnoo!, Niiusrr vnli OfC of uhlr Pinbroldrrnl brmllne. ribbon anil torchon rttgv ! Xalnnooli. Embroldfrfd O"- yoke, beadlnc, lace In- rrtlon and ribbon. 70.- .Vatnuook. "Marcufrlte" nylc. Wide cmbroM- eird tnrtlon, tare, bradluf and rlbbou. Dainty em- btadlnr. rib bon ana lace eage. 70e Nalrmook. Wlda m-hroldrrrd.bradlnr.Valm-rlennra Inartloa and rib- bo:i. 70r- NalnvioU. Kmbrotdered nirdalllona, larc Irir tton, liradtnir. ribbon and larr edKr. -NalnnooU Emidre style, dulled etnbrnlden. lare Ini-erllon, beadlnc, ribbon Olid lace edffc OQr I'reP0 Kimono sleeve, ol- Miuare nrck. edged with torchoi lace ribbon bow on. Muslin High V nerk, open front yoke of wide embioldcry l.iserllon and eilse. OQr- aln--ooU Three cye- OS- lei cmhroldrred medal Hen, turklne. embroidery cdiic and ribbon ga,- N'alnMwk. .lapauese em- Ofv. bnildrred front, edced wllh torchon lace or wal loped embroidery PQ- Nainsook. Empire style. O's- embroidery ami Val. In sertions, tlbbon and lace rdijc; fancy lecie. Qn." Nainsook lront and yvL. spris i mbroldered In Japanese pattern: scalloped "tire. ejeK-ts and ribbon. aa.- Nainsook Val lace ln srrilon; Ssls-. beadlnf, medallions and ribbons. aa.- Nainsook. V neck, lor chun Insertion, beadlns. wash ribbon, all-over em broidery slece. aa-- Nainsook. Neck and fs. sleeve of fine embroid ery, beadlnc and edje: wash ribbon. QQi Nainsook. Valenciennes anil embroidery Inser tion nnd Val. edge; sleeve of three lace bands caught wtlh ribbon QQr Naliwmk. Kimono slerxcs and yoke of em broidery; beadlnit and lace Insertion, with rlbbou tl 90 Nainsook "ilarguer- sl.43 He" Mjlc: all-over Valenrlrnnes lace. em broidery, beading and sattn ribbon tl 90 Nainsook Front and fancy serves of Jap anese embroidery, vallopril edges tl 7Q Nainsook. Yoke, front an,l back of shadow lace, s-lnch satin ribbon drawn through; fancy bow tl 7Q' Nainsook Yoke of Mulss embrolderj-. beading and ribbon; entire sleeve of shadow lace. ta 7C Made In Paris, have ?au.ly a deep yoke and sleeves of hand-made Flan ders lure. In exqnlslie pat tern, combined with real Irish crochet laces: all handmade. AQr Nainsook, Lncebeadhe. ribbon and cdgeidrnw era Irlmmisl lo match. CQ. -Nainsook. Torchon and Valonclnnes lace lnser tlon, lace slgi-d drawers, bcadl'iir at waUt. fiO. Nainsook. Totrhon In tTtlo-i and embroidery edge with ribbon; drawers l.-pphnn l,li.iniixl l.aillr, .,i ujtl'.i ' n CQf. Nainsook. One embrold " er anil two rows of lire lu.rrtloii, bi-ndlig and ribbon. Laic trimmed draw ers, br.till i at waist 70(. .Nalnwwk. Cot er of cm btolJery beadhc and rllbo:i, torchoi eilged. Tor rhoi edged drawers, bead lor. at walsl. OQr Nal-wok l'rlni-es. em Petticoats IQf Nainsook. I.awn tucked flounce; embroidery ruf fle. COe Nainsook. Lawn flounce, t u c k e d ; embroidery lilted top. 70e Nainsook.. Straight ef feel, with embroidery Insertion and edge. 7Qp Nainsook, Open rm broidery rullle, with bcaillng ami ribbon SO-. Muslin. Ijiwn flounce 0"" uf bnchon InscrtlDTi nnd edge; dust ruttlc. QO Nainsook. Mce lnser "' Hon, embroidery bead. in? nnd ribbon: lace edge. Da Nainsook. Lace and cm broidery Insertion, laco edge ami iiust runic. R. M. Macy & Co Attractions Are Their Low Price on rilifr a:ifl rlbtm-t iIr.Htr Uiiriioii rliT(Hi, IratlWc nt . ' ns j QQi Nnlmoo'-. rover of Van I IlyUf iolatrI Urc. Iter-, ruirnl nnd irlmmrd with ribbon; Irirf-trlmmrd dmw- rp. Dfliltnc nt unlxt, tl 90 Nnlnook: tine "Mr f rnibrolilcrv. brftdlne wnth ribbon; draweM to match! bra dine At wntst. tl 29 -N1itook. rover of Alloxrr embroldfO : arwfr nave iicaiiopra rnt broldfrj rdirc; bradlnc t '9 wUhKSl;rleVn .. oflace lnertlo; to wash ilbbnn! drawers match, hradtnr at walsl tl 7Q Nainsook, l'lne em broidery beading anil edge; drawers with telolnt and t-mbroldery beadlnc nt waisi. MR RQ Are elaborately ao' hand embroldere.1 In daisy inttern. all edzes hand scalloped: trefoil me dalllonsof Irish crochet lace trim the garment and Irish, crochet lace edges all scal lops, hantl-made in 1'arls, second Floor. .Hlh Nt. lliislln. I'lntince of lace Insertion iind eifrn. Swiss i-inhroldery beading and ribbon, tl 1Q Nainsook. Kyelet'em "' broldrry flounce, dust ruffle. tlJQ Nainsook. Lace and embroidery lnser Hons; lace edge; dusl ruffle. tl 4Q Nainsook. In-n flounce with torchon Insertion and torchon edre. : tl 49 Nainsook. Deep eyelet . I - embroidery flounce; oust nunc. Flounce ins: tare beading and ribbon; lace cigcd dust rtitne. tl 70. -Nainsook. IV I it e cluny Insertion: em broidery beading and rib bon: deep Cluny edge: dust mine. SI QR-N'atnsook. Lace In sertlon: Van Dyke style and deep lace pleating. t? 4Q Nainsook. Keep fler man Valenciennes lace lloimce, beading and rlblxin; lace edge. Corset Covers Oifalnsnol,-. Kmbroidery anil torchon insertion, torchon edge and ilblmn 9Af -Nalnsimk, Dainty em broidery beading and ribbon. NalnsiMik. l'lne lawn tucking, lace medallions, torchon Insertion and rib kon ?Qe Nainsook. Neck and armholes edied with fine emlirolder' beading and rib lion 29f ' N'alnsiwik. Kmbroidery '' nnd lace medallions, lace beading, ribbon and edge. 39f Nainsook Fine Swl- embroidery, beading and rlb,bon 3Q Nainsook. Kmbrolderj' beading, torchon Inser tion, edge nnd ribbon. 49f Nainsook. Kmbroidery medallions, lace lnser tlon, ribbon and edge, 4Qr- Nainsook, llack and "' front of tine embroidery. beading and wash ribbon. 49p Nainsook. Wide em broidery beading, two lacr Insertions, ribbon and lace edge. AO iianc in I'ans. Are of heaw real Clone laces, combined xslih hand embrnldere,! linen. In dainty bolero style: entirely hand made Chemises 0r'l'nou,'' Seven styles, trimmed with laces, em broideries, ribbons and bead ing 7Q Nainsook. Wide em broidery beaillng. rib bon, torchon olge Hklrlalso torchon edged. 0Qr Na1nso)k. Wide Cluny 'x- lace edge and ribbon fiQp Nainsook. Kmbroidery beading and lace Inser tion, lace edge and ribbon. Skirt lare trimmed. S9 Q4 ',rr every daintily "' hand - emhnldered and scalloped and have inset medallions and edge of teal Valenciennes lace: hand made in I'arls. I 2 97" felorrd Silk Mull. I-" lAff Insertion; Van nine suie, nun lace pleating. $"?R "JA Hand-madeln Paris: style; all hand made of sheer tine batiste, with deep haud embroidered, finely tucked flounce, with Insets and edge of Valenciennes lace; hand embroidered beading, ribbon run. $13. Princess Slips 79c 79c- 89c- Nainsook. Wide em broiders' beadier, rib bon, lace edge: lawn flounce of cluster tucking and hemstitching. Nainsook. Dainty em broiders beadlnr edre and ribbon, Scalloped edge flounce. Nainsook. Kmplre style. Tucked lawn and tor chon medallions and edge, Flounce tucked and torchon edged, SO). Nainsook. Wide Swiss embroidery beadlng.rtb- bon. torchon edge, Flounce of Swiss embroidery. 99p Nalnsoo-i Kmbroldrred "-' In Japanese pattern. scalloped edge and eyelets; skirt scallop edged. 1 70 X a I n s n o k. Kyelet embroidery Inser- tlon, torchon edge; ribbon: lawn flounce: tucked: with embroidery edge. tl 70- Nainsook, Kmbrold- erv medallions, lace Insertions, iare edge and ribbon; lare trimmed skirt, Nainsook. I.are In sertion, beading rib bon and edge: lawn flounce, with lace Insertion and edge: ribbon trimmed, tli 74 Made In I'arls: have -11.it tnp entire panel front and deep flounce elab orately hand-cmbroldered; Irish crochet medallions and Insertion ttlm the body of the garment and the deep scalloped flounce: all handmade. $1.79- CROWDED OUT, TODAY From this announcement are details of special values in Sheds and Pillow Cases Mens Shirts While Foot Wear Silk Petticoats Wash Goods Embroideries Men's Pajamas Mens Night Shirts Price Reductions in Many Departments throughout the Store, including Winter Apparel and other winter merchandise. INFANTS' WEAR SALE Not the ordinary "sale" merchandise, hastily made and carelessly finished, but garments of strong and durable nainsooks, cambric and crepe, neatly trimmed with embroidery or Valenciennes or Cluny laces and measuring up in even respect to Macy s high standard of quality. ' s As an illustration of the very material saving afforded by the prices quoted in our White Sale we cite the fact that the Children's Gowns priced below at 49c each are our standard gowns, regularly sold in the department at 98c. Large quantities in the advertised goods in every size from one to sixteen years. Children's Gowns, 49c A'lnc Slilen Macy's Usual sc Qualities Four modnla in high neck Oowntt mado of Hicollcnt quality oam brio in heavy, ll(;ht and medium velchtn. Tucked yokes. Trim ninsH of firm embroid ery insertion and edg ing, Nook and Hleoved additionally trimmed with one-inch pink or blur) wn)i ribbon. Two Hubbard inodeln of light and heavy weight cambric, Trimmod with lino em broidery dnd ribbon- nin liondinir nt neck and Bleevett. Thrivo models in low neok, short sleeve gowiiH of line nainsook. One Htylo has embroidery insertion and thread loco, drawn Uirough with inch wash rilibon in pink or blue. Another modol has on ontiro yoke of flna Vulenoiennes laoo, with ribbon-run beading. Another modol has yoko of lace and embroidery insertion, joined with ribbon-run beading. Nerond Kleor, 34th "t. Cambric Drawers, 24c Very neatly made, trimmed with tucks and neat embroidery edge. Sizes 1 to -IB yearn. Knickerbockers, 24c and 39c Sold elsewhere at SSc and 5c Four pretty styles with English eyelet edge and f outlier edgo bending, with torchon lace or Valenciennes lace or with lawn rufflo with tucks and embroideries, Hlzes 1 to 4 years. Infants' Hose, 17c Macy's price xeas 85c Full-fashioned white wool Hosiery in all sizes up to 3 years. Infants' Shirts, 49c Sold elsewhere at 75c Merino of soft, tine quality, very shapely Shirts of a well-known brand. All sizes up to 3 years. Infants' Shirts, 59c Macy's price teas 8Sc Bilk-and-woo Hhirts, full fashioned garraentfl of finest puns Bilk with sort wool. Infants' Bibs and Feeders Macy's price teas leo,; now Oo Macy's price was 2o.; not 16c Macy's price was ate. tt 40o.; now lOo White Crepe Gowns, 49c Hold elsewhere for 11,00 Threo very dainty, pretty models, trimmed with fino laces and ribbons. While only the more moderate priced merchandise it advertised in the paptrs, in our very complete Infants' Department will be found the daintiest hand-made and hand, embroidered Skirts and Dresses Imported by us from France, in sites from six months to i years, at 11.08, $2.W. W.80. nnd un to 118.89. The materials include the sheerest buulttics of nainsooks and batistes. The higher the price the greater the eexrng. MsM W Herald Square, m er Broadway 1 34th to 35th St. MAGNIFICENT FURS Average Savings of One-Half $180,000 Worth to Be Sold for $90,000 Three Great Purchases Aggregating 3,000 Pieces of This Season's Most Stylish and Luxurious Coats and Fur Sels In Addition Hundreds of Our Own Fine Fnrs Reduced for Clearance Fur Coats Fur Sets Sale Price Broadtail Coats . $624.00 Made to sell Jor tl. 249.00 Choicest selected pelts, beautifully tnoired skins. Straight line mod els: side lap front. Brocaded lining. Broadtail Coats $337.00 Made to sell for S674.00 "Silhouette" model. 52 inches long. Very flat, lustrous skins. Brocade lining. Scotch Moleskin Coats . $244.00 Made lo sell for $496.00 Smart, new model, finely matched nnd sewn. Wide lap cutaway front. "st in" sleeves. Brocaded charmeusc HntNg. Hudson Seal Coats . . .$214.00 Made to till for $429.00 (Imported dyed muskrat.) Copv of an imported model, "straight-line" effect, with deep boa shawl cape, fringe trimmed. A magnificent garment. Baby Caracul Coats .$194.00 Made lo sell for U96.00 Straight line. 54 inch model, with cutaway front. Flat, well marked, pliable skins. Brocade lining. Hudson Seal Coats ...$194.00 Made to sell for $MM (Imported Dyed iMuskrat.) Draped "Paquin" model. 54 inches long, made of light weight fine quality skins. "Set-in" sleeves. Persian Lamb Coats . $189.00 Made to sell for H96.00 High lustre skins of very uniform curl. Straight-back model. 52 inches long, with wide lap front. Civet-Cat Coats $159.00 Made to tell for HI9.00 Selected, clearly marked skins, in 54-inch smart new models. Black fox, skunk or raccoon trimmed. Blended Squirrel Coats. $129.00 Made to sill for $264.00 (Berlin dyed.) New. wide lap model of full furred skins, well matched: 54 inches long. Ribbed silk lining. Hudson Seal Coats. . . $124.00 Made to sell for $249.00 (French dyed Muskrat.) Deep shawl collar and wide lap fronts: 52-inch straight-back model. Brocade lined. Hudson Seal Coats .$112.00 Made to sell for $224.00 (Dyed Muskrat.) French dyed pelts, very soft and pliable: silhouette effect, 52 inches long. French Mole (Coney) Coats, $114.00 Made to sell for $219.00 New cutaway models, very finely intersewn skins: lined with soft skins. French Seal (Coney) Coats, $94.75 Mode to ell' for $189.00 Very stylish 54-inch models, some with natural raccoon collar and cuffs. Brocade linings. Blended Squirrel Coat. . .$74.75 Made to sell for $1490 (European dyed skins.) 1 Very full furred skins, well striped and matched. Long graceful straight line coat: satin lined. PERSIAN LAMB fttftt" KctrfH . . JM.T.'i MhITh to mutch . t i .TA Si-nrN in,7,', AIiiiTh to mntcli $:,ft.ii BABY CARACUL SET $:9.no NATURAL PONY MnfTx S32.T4 BLENDED RACCOON BLACK FOX Snirff. MT Muffs lo man Ii. :i'i SivirfH. .. h.: MufTij to m.itcli $".7i BLENDED SQUIRREL St-nrfn ... . MiifTn to mulch J 14 7.1 HUDSON SEAL Srnrfu T..7.-. Stuffs to match SH.7." NATURAL RACCOON NcarfH $22.74 Stuff to inatrli ..$::74 NATURAL MINK Sr.-irfn tu" Stuffs to match f l.i PIERCED PERSIAN ScnrfM. Sluffi to match. Srirfs.. Muffs to match 114.74 KI.74 921 71 $2.1 74 NATURAL OPOSSUM Srvirff Muffs lo match BEAVER Si-nrfH. . . MulTh to match 921 .74 121 71 :n.7 J4 7, NATURAL RACCOON Scarfs $27 7.1 Sluffs to match . SX'i.7.', Scarfs .':r.7.-i Stuffs to match. . . H2.. SILVERED FOX Set. . J2I0 10 BROADTAIL Scarfs . . . Muffs to match Scarfs .... Sluffs to match .$IPrt on .Cii.no 22 ft NATURAL RACCOON Scnrfa. Muffs to match. . HUDSON SEAL Scarfs Slufls to match. .. Scarfs Muffs to match. BLACK FOX Scarfs Sluffs to match. . Scarfs. .. . Sluffs to match ScarM Sluffs to match. . TAUPE FOX Scarfs . . .Muffs to match. .. Scarls Muffs to match. BLACK LYNX Scarfs Mud's to match. Scarfs Muffs to mutch WHITE FOX Scarfs Shifts to match. Scurfs Sluffs to match. POINTED FOX Scurfs Muffs to match.. . Scarfs Muffs to match.. . Scarfs Stuffs to match. .. MOLE Scarf Muffs to match.. . Scarfs Stuffs to match . CIVET CAT Scarf s Slufls to match. . Scarts lifts to match. B7 : r.4 S.17 17 . J45 7.i . 7 7.-, . 07 7S . J74 7:, 7.', .$114 09 $rn ': JS9 7: sn 7.", -74.7.-I . IM 75 .$224.00 $l.00 . $.14 76 $67 7.'. . $114. on $119 00 . 947 7.1 . $44. 7.1 . $SH.7.1 . $74.7-1 .$124.00 -.$110 00 942 7.1 $44.7.1 $34 7.1 $67 75 $28 7.1 $:tl 7.1 $54 7.1 $SI.7.1 lf I'rlrr- KIT.T4 MI.J4 M4.J4 MII.J4 Ml 34.00 111.81 SI4.I4 NI3.NJ ftlft.M MS..U S2J.JJ in.: f4M.3J 1.RT 13.3Z Nll..lf 1I.3T 33,31 f4n.i an oj 10.40 10.14 11.74 10.49 I0.4U mi 3.40 33.14 13.14 in. 40 IM.I4 31.14 100.00 K4T.H flN.lt MIH4.IHI I13.IHI IS.. 55 2.JS IM.JI 10. Ml 33.19 K3J. IS 23.s: HIS. If. M33.IS i.11.4!) 43.19 Sll.7i N3tt.I9 M31.:i 44.75 II. JS 31.40 44.19 113.00 3.79 M3H.19 33.79 93.79 M94.79 3.1.74 31.79 30.79 37.40 AH3.79 N90.73 30.74 33.40 M3H.79 M33.79 13.40 19.74 K3H.19 M4I.J9 THE FURS HERE MENTIONED Are but a tithe of the entire lot. There are many other l-ur Coats and Sets of Furs at both lower and higher prices, at the average saving of one-half. HOUSEKEEPING LINENS MACY SAVINGS Imported by Macy's from Ireland and Scotland, Dama$k Cloths, $1.98 Mac9 price (Size 70x70 in.) From Belfast. Snow-white, all-linen, round clwlKnu. A wide selection of at tractive patterns, Sold elsewhere for $2.25. Napkins to match, 20 in, are $2.19 and 12 in. $2.97 a dozen. Dm$ktable Cloths, $1.39 Macy's price (Size 66 in.) From Belfast. All-linen, full bleached and fine heavy quality. Choio of five designs. Soli elsewhere for $1.75. Breakfast and Dinner Napkins Macy's prices are (20 in.) $1.49 and (22 in.) $1.98 finow white, all linen, of extra heavy quality, and in choioe of 5 floral and conventional patterns. All linen Glasa Towels, 19c Macy'a price (size 22 in.x34 in.) Neat, colored checks, extra heavy qunlity, hemmed and looped ri-nly for use. All linen Dish Towels, 13c Macy's price (size 17 in. x 35 in.) From Dunfermline, Scotland, hemmed, ready for use, and woven with a neat colored border. All Linen Huckaback Towels 24c Macy's price (size 19' in.x37 in.) With neat damask borders, in extra hottvy quality, and with either hemmed or hemstitched ends. Mala Floor. 39th fie. Kr. oval. ASBESTOS MATS SPECIALLY PRICED Each Plate Mat has an all-linen scalloped edged cover, cither round ot Both Mats and Pads are practically unbreakablevind are absolutely lit and moisture proof. In every score they are superior to the old-tasnioneci m , which were easily breakable and had only one side covered. These Mats and I au are sold elsewhere nt higher prices. Round Plate Mats with Linen Covers (Complete) 4 inohe, raeh I So 7 Indies. eaclnTOo I W Inches, rat-li 3f o Inches, each 34o s Inches, raoli 34o 1 Oval Plate Mats with Linen Covers (Complete) 13 In. r 17", in- rsrii VA in. x 7 In., each tic 9 In. z ! In,, earn 34c In. x 10 in., TA in. x is In., ear-It 3e each 9 He Round Table Pads 4! Inohes nd 45 Indies, I 48 Inches. I ft,in;l',;i. each S'J.UI each 9V3.4B eaell 3.IMI Extra leaves, 12 inches wide anil -1 inches to 0 mJi long, are 89c each. Special sizes made to order at short not ict- 0 IIH'I , t-neli 14. Ml IftthM.. Mr"