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THE StJN, FRIDAY, MSY 16, 1919.
16 REDFIELD'S THREAT , ANGERS EMPLOYERS Cziir. Miu-titii-f ami Iiltliorkito j Teniix I'mmI in Dcocrili- I Imr Situation. ' LKClsl.ATK INTO IDKKXKSS Inquisitorial Policy Would i Id'ivc Kni'lni'it's Out of Coun try, They Sny. WEAR 0 SHIR TS $1.50 tQ $10 00 THE SAME HIGH STANDARD THAT MADE RED -MAN COLLARS famous. KARL A WILSVS TrfvuliiiK manufacturer-" nsropil victor-! ri.iy that Important Inilii-liies would l! driven from tlii country tn 1 -iri J if Secretary of i 'otiiincrcc llcdtlcltl car-1 riod out hi-, tliro.it to iniiiiri' into tlio J Imi-1ih-" mi'tliod- and illct.ito tin- wiiki'J Hclii'dnlc.-i of coticcrni that reduced ruii on nceoiint of the new tarilV John I l.in.i ii . tl' hIioc nmtmfiictiirpr; J.iimw T lloil" of tli" Manufacturers A"oeintoit, .1 I'liiliti Itird. K"n(Til maii nt;crof die Nation.il A-ochtion of Manu facturers, and other fcored Secretary Itedtleld fur hi" littcrnnciM lieforo the National Aoc!.itiin of Kmployitii; l.ithoninihei in Wa-hiiiRton 'i'liey r-aid ciiiplhilically that meriili maiinfai turcrx mid eniployi-r- would not hiilimit to the dictation of a tzar or marti net, that Sc reiary Hedfield did not know vlul he u.ii filkitiR alxmt, and that Hiich mi iiiiiii-i!oi l.il policy aw has Ix-en niik ne(ei tif.t Ipv o-car W t"tilerootl and tle'li liv Mr itedtleld would liy riiinoui. Mi Iliui in. who ha- lieen foreli?ht imp pre.-iil' i.t of the Natioiml Shoe Manufacturer- Association and "ho has leeti invivlinntiiiiz, trade condi'ions in many cti.ittti it-s, said frankly tint he would move hi- shoe factories to Holland or to (ici many it' the (iovernment carri"d out its tlire.il to interfeii) with hi business methods "The whole situation is ati.-urd," said Mr II man "It seems itnpo-silile that the l'nii"l St itcs (ioveniin nt would (end a corps ,,f invest iiators to pry into our .it lirii if wii weic olilitvil to m.ike A-.i'je reductions to moot a lowerod in come cius.mI ly tli" new tariff I'ho Uir.l"iM.vocKl hill removes the tariff on a Cicit many article.- irre-pec'ivo of the 1'o-e o! home pr(Mu"tioii and for-itfii production l.alxir here costs ,V) to per tent more than in foreiitn countries If we are to meet tli" comoctition th.it must retilt from a reduced t triiY wh.it is there left for lis to do'? "I have investigated the wage question in (iermuiy. KruiC". laujl.ind and the Orient My observations Irive been checked up by the labor union-. They chow thai American maniifactuters can no! .'omp-Mo with toreimi manufacturer under Mii'ii conditions us nre bound to re- lit when the new taiifi ko into effect .niciican -hoe ni.mufactiirrrs u d to liave a htRe business in the Orient, but now foreign manutactiiiers me imitating pur Kooti- With cheat) labor they are tindorselluiK ih 1.". per cent If we can't hold the tiaeinn market how can we hold our own''" Mr Mode thought that the time was rapidly comiiiK v.htr "blatherskite poli tician" and labor agitators" would leRis lato employers and employees into idle nc.s, It was his opinion that every employer and m.miifartuier in the f'ount'y was appalled by Secietary Heil lleld'.s threat ok an iniim-ttion. "The people of lie ('lilted Slates have not yet concluded to ubinit to the minimi ol uars mill martinets," siid Mr lloile "When tie employer is iiprivi of the rlfilit to s.ty what he will nuree to iny for tlie pioduct ion of any article and wheii the eiuplovce Is dennel ot tile privilege of deui.uidinu wli.it he pleass for his labor then Hie employer v. ill have no c( ntracts to oiTcr his 1'iiiployee ,md the employee u not be nsiilieil to put a pi ire on ms labor III other wolds mills, lactones and plants will have u shut down "If one-half that Ins come to me from iiii'.niiliiclurers concernint'. the outlook under the le-w tarilt law be true I don't think it will be necessary tor th fiovern- lllelll lo hire .-pet lU.'loUllt.lllts and ccono i iis io figure out what our profits nhould be i'lieio won't lie any profits to tlcure on " Mr Ilird characteried Secretary lied field's rem.iiks as ii-inine. He siud In, thought tint ptetty well covereii ids opinion There was no ipiestion, he wild, that American mamifactuier would l.s driven to l-.uro. if the (ioveriinient foned them to jkiy high t.';ritl wanes iind"r ii low t iriff schedule 'I he Secietary of Commerce has been for iii.inv j Mr- a manufacturer of iron mid steel l iritiim- and as such lias diult v it 1 1 s.c lalied labor Ho is the tires ident of two larite concerns, the .1, II Williams Droji t'orKinit ('oiiiimuv and the Sirocco KncinecriiiK l'ouianv He i vice-piiwident of the American lilower I'ouui.iin ot Uetroit l!o is iiresideni also of the ManufiicturerH Kxfmrt Asso- iiatioii. EICHMOND POSTMASTER OUT. IIoIkiii I'nrt Ittchmnnil oiBrr Ad mill Violating Ilnlr. Postmaster Ilrnry Facknir of Port nichmonil, Htatpn Island, rfslgnfrt yrslr- day at tti requfst of the PimtmaMfr- Ocneral. followlnc an tnvi-stliratlnn inndn tiy po.it ofMro liu'licrtors. It wnu charKfil that ho had continued one of the car riers, (ii-orKo I.tk, on the payroll for five Weeks while he was til. and that hn tmil f.dlid'to icport an alUuefl HliortiiKu In ofllco accountN liy tieursu 'iiein, tlm an klstant ii)tiiiasier, Tim lnviHtlKatlon followril n complaint inailo three weeks ,tro tiy (IiirKe Hroail inesilow, the oldeHt CKirter In the I'nrt Jtlctiini'iifl ofllre, Fnckner admits that hn kipt llnk on the payroll, but said hn did ho when the other carriers volunteered to do his work. He said that hn knew of tho shortai'i', hut that It hud been madu up by (Jreen's friend1. Tluru are tlfty Iiemocrattc rnndhlntes for tlm IS.sOii Job, and u lively fiitht Is expected before tlm position Is filled, EVERYTHING A BURGLAR NEEDS. Our bait to tempt some men is pin-checked worsteds. They're as substantial as suits can well be. Long wearing, keep their shape without frequent press-1 ing, don t sou easily excel lent all-round suits. For others -we'd recom mend Shepherd checks or club checks, made with the newest twists of style. For others the elegance of silk-lined suits. The beauty of such a varied stock is that every man's taste can be suited. Spring suits, $18 to $48. Week-ending? ! Stop in and see us on your j way-weve everything you, need. Luggage, Clothing, Sport ing Goods. Straw hats are in full, bloom. Got yours? Rogers Pbet Coup am v. Three Broadway Store? at at at Warren Sr. 13th St. 34th St. WHITE LIKES CONVENTIONS. I nltkr HrHO, Wouldn't Abnltah -a-llnnal inthrrlna. IriuiA. N' li . Ma 1.". Dr Andrew D Whit", HtsI pre'iibllt of Cornell and el-Vmlns-iidor lo ( . it n ui ii . took issue to-day with William .termini:- Hrynn on the propo sition to iilintl-h nation il conventions Dr White, who ha attended three llepubllcaii convent ions us deleatc mid was i hosen as delclMte to tlie ,i-t one, sniil thnt there n no print I. k I substitute for a nstlonid cou- etitlon He l oiitiiiuisl. I can see no piactical ubMltute for the natioind niiiventlniK, for in u country the sle of the t'mteil stutis) tho only wuy to secure truly representative Bovernnieiit In for the different States to elect repie sentatlves lo a nailoanl dellhrrntlve body Ihe objietlon lo the Presidential conven tions us they ale now carried on is that they are not truly deliberative bodies, Instead of a (ouventloii of deleates seri ously bent on the nomination of the stroiu' ei mm in their party the modrn i onventliui s a i iiuiuierciali.iil 'wlfcTwam' aflalr. donil naled by oiator of the foithoru type who pl.iv itlniusi entirely to the mob of specta tors ' I he men who really have nerlotm ques tnnis lo dl-ois., are ill owned out by the i lies nf partisan iiiilnoUers hiiiI opposing llelelOlles 'lhe deieutes are riritur'dlv s n ji il by the voice of the audience, hn Ii they take as an Itidleal ion ot the Mil. e of the people, III reality It I- the Voice ot only a uiinute pnrtlnu of the piipului e. I hu llo' mob exercises n control which It idiould not hac "I am In favor of a convention as It exluted In the early days. It was then a true de liberative body. No' all the titK cltlea ve with each other to obtain the conventions. Tliu system la becomlnK mercantile., each city watitlim it because of the lame crowds attracted by tho convention. -'I hn fonventlon system, however, has produced Rood results In spite of Its evils. The men who hav been elected to the Presidency of the t'nl'ed (States have been without exception (It men for the position, AlthouKh I am not in favor of the deueneratrt type of convention that now prevails, the system as a whole Is a Hood one." OIk Ouint nf .Men lip for Trying to Itob Simpson' I'annehop, A lot of burftlar tools nnd appliances to ko with them, tlm most nearly com plete outfit. Assistant District Attorney Tress said, that ever had been biouRht to tho I'rlnilnal I'oiirts Hulldlnir, was spread out on tables and clmlm In General Sessions .Msterdny to show n Jury befote .luds" (''.mi huw I'l'dio I.aKitutto and llluf.p'e Massetle nl.d to dilll throimh ii wall m l net J5po,00O worth of Jewelry Jiom Smipi-on's pawn hop at 161 llowvty on Am II HI. Ainoiut tho iirtlclei wai an elcctilc motor bit that ixuld eat Its way thtouRh Inlck and (.uncut an Inch a minute, an clKht pound hammer, three Jimmies, u three, foot pinch bar, a ratchet, breat air 111. hamulus, ;t luunliii,' Unlfe, n,pn, pulleys, painter's scaffold, h.iwh, pick. IIMC, (lectrlo whes, pipe Hit .TH, scew. dilvrrs, twenty-one 1 1 1 1 1 1 .-, hookw. cuiilles, II UKHult-llH toltllt Ii t'-ll fool ladd'-r, five pluis of wood and Hn umhiflht, it took fvur mn to lu the exhibit to court. TVe rase uoe on tiedsv BRYAN IS UNTERMYER'S GUEST. Pronilnenl Men at l.nncheftn In Mrc- rpar'a llounr. Vns'Ri.na, May IS. Secretary of Htatn William .lentilnus Brviin was the ituest hero to-day of Samuel Lntermyer at his country home, tlreystone. A luncheon attended by Ally prominent persons was irlven in Mr Itryan'H honor at noon. Some of those present wero (i0V. Col of Ohio, .Justice victor .1. Dowllnir, I'uhllu Seivlce roniinlssioner McCllll, Aleiander U...I.I, lil.r,... Wru.i l( T na'ri.n.. i M i '.I Mieiirn, Jusilcn i.auuhlin. ' Herman lll.l.lo ll..... MnrMhll,.,, A IK.... -1. . ..I....... ....... ...u. ...... ...,, r.,inv, lieorua I'erkliiH, John II. btanchfield, James rrenliniin, Abram I. Klkus ami (ieorttn Harvey, .VMl'HKMK.NTH. CONEY ISLAND'S CARNIVAL COMPLETE FLORAL PARADE and Carnival Cabarat TO-NIGHT AT 8 IIOTIM.R AND HBiTACRANTS. 14th Strttl, mu Foirib Atcmm. MI'SKMKSTS. MIW lOKK'N I.KAKIMi llli:4IIIKH FMPIRr K'h.k. 4 si lie. ,10 Kmrinc t ifv le-eierim .t Uid -an. BILLIE BURKE iSSR-o THE AM AXONS l.t Msht sub. .tune 7 Mieilal Muht. KMCkCltlllM'KCII. I!'nti .tsih Ml. I!im. slurli "n -.To tmirinu A (i i'. JULIA SANDERSON in nil: himii,m; i.nti.. rtwiiiops t( IV t hi: iivn. ,(ii:. lives i.v t.v ll( "I III. viko 1.1: AM 11 h.ii I ,c . M. r iw .v i , I'Viii: iiaii.v North phi in (i f OT SJ far-:. CRITERION ,'.! ii, A,:v Robert Hilliard ! Hudson THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL FULTOX IENNETT 4SM - I, nv I s .1" Mm. in t.iuri n .V Will ; (0. USU I VI ia RICHARD rVPS IMI ' II UIIIIM US l"rs..nt may :. DAMAGED GOODS Snnintrrl'rr. . llilWs M -.ll i(ii ?l lleirM.iiTomor IIKIIKIsU im.si I in uicTER yiyniuh .im. m mriviiiii iTinav NEW AMSTERDAM iii. II i VI I MYLITTLE FRIEND" M I WiMitl Till HliVI TIii Ncm Till vriti . CI M , ur H'wsv .spst .Vie.v i in Mir i II" I i ll irrM r.iinl Open Ml.'c In (isi l SiltWS ( utnpoer nf "rut: i mu oi 11; sni mi:u." nriilUm c.i! mi phiinv i)rihrtrii f If. itiierre.' A. ("1 -' 10. ii the S(A on. I IRFDTV - s' ' " " o. t.ll t M ule l THE PURPLE ROAD GLOBE 1 AST 3 TIMKS Itenlvitliieri 4t Mtnae IM.Ie .l.inU a l Mm To.moinev The l.ml) of (he Slipper JL i nth w ii ith iii mii' :. iictSfntit, LAST 4 TIMES ""rf.iS" Iti AiMUKin In ttir S-"MI Mfc(iirlr Ul f II aaa1i tlalfc alaaaM al wtatafr'aJ WINTER 6ARDEN Kt.vriov. 1 HONEYMOON EXPRESS l.rjie lu Itoe Al. .11)1. so.V Inn ( Ulre. I AS IMI. Il'ay. JU'li I . s 15 Mm To m'w 1 Ulieri Miiiuaii Cnmriny In (illberl SmIIHmi IAI a iJ T U F w 9-m a TO-DAY'S THE DAY! Buckstone's Benefit casino i m:riiK. i. v. IT lllli dl'IS. Mllt.Tn.m'u-. si n m: IRITAMi Amutus -maaHwivn Thomas, l YIllf. Cd.W e' I'v r ' si mi ui: vi t. or atllh St. IS-, ,ti ' : i: i-.e'e iim- M1'K THE FIVE FRANKFORTERS Mi In- lUllntt'a lb.. 3 l"( I A Kh ,- To-morrow '.'.so. ROMANCE RIHP.FSS 3Str bet ll' ay 1 tih Ait rniilUKwa ris so. Mat To morow :-.in , It II.MMI I l'l.1S I HAT MAPI: Till. I.IU.MI (.1 II. MM. IN I'AHIS IAMIMS. Bl AVUnilSiT Mh.r.of nvv. pn. t-M. i ii w wwm ijii niAiinrr in m u , l.M Mshls Gfi ICE GEORGE DivoRcoNs UlUUlTTltl OI'KKA lldt'si: H. LAST WEEK ; rl(f- Jr. in II .'A THE WHIP him tr'.iti. H'fi or mii Ave. tuc utnillll r;ivs.if. .Mai.To-in w n wmmi KM I M .NT I KK mi: ( oni .jiii Maillinn Sq. Ciardrn, Melt Sunrt. Kir. at It. POP1II R I I t'i:STRA OF 1(10. SPRING DAVID MANNES CONCERT ! oi.vm Toii - MME. JULIA CULP I'npuUr IBp a CI Sent Now Silllr.t I'riies I9C 10 4l Phiine 5I1 .Mmllon. PAIIRC Ihratrr, ll'unv, 4; st. Kv . ::. M- si.mrji iikiii-mi., m ao u.n I SWIh Bernhardt Wi nii 4 mi; VAi iirvn.i r. stum NEXT WEEK & Mmi. IERNHARDT I.ticrrcr IktrulA. I'tn Null lr N'orl, tamlllr; nifuilnrA. I'h-Hr. KF. ITS .!. LUNA tlprn NOW. ' Idaad. FIRE AND SWORD Aru..,i. The btageiii thing we're Tr aat BENEFIT National Progressive Civic Fund Cintury Thiitr 2 ALL STAR PERFORMANCE Ni:it Dally Mat. 2ia. lierl 1'renrh ami AXln i Kin, ,limrl(e i.ril mid hli ni ikiiiik t luiKt, tierlmd i iitiii.'i1. J ill irii.fiui hi . a . llrlilitiiii llearh 1 Kranli Mullune. otheri. BRIGHTON RFI ACrfl Went 4th St. i:ns.A l5. Mkis, Tiem'w 4 1 tiuri. z:s. YEARS OF DISCRETION AhT 4lliSt..l..nf ll'wr.v. le.iryanl 4(1. i II H 1 'IWETTE TAYLOR ELTINGE Msrs''ffl!!"" WITHIN THE LAW H 4MMKIIHrKIN' I Mftitln Brown & Ue i;r.. NI.7SP. i ui iiniii'. Jack Nnrwortli. MATIMIi: I'.VHHVI Sum ft Kitty Miirloti, 1AY.:.V ft.Vie. i Liiril Msrlalne A KlUth'i. ASTOR SVi & 50c Thrl llni iratta"a iMnicnn l'mil.i I rmw VHUlOr 1 6R&N0 mm sm. 16EO. EVANS ' mlvstuklU. Nut Week. "III.ACK I' Vfl I Miletlfiiinraj't'o nOLUMBIA'iBURLESQUE u BON TON GIRLS r.Ui?" i COLONIAL He-'lel l.iylmi.S.llllr Fl.h WUbUniNk r, The furpli) l.iy," Mc. Il'miy & Mit .si. Mile ft lllmiini.. oiikth. Ill .' L'lllllll i ... ..... I!.. is mi. in. i . ..mi, itaiiy. HIRIFM (?"''". .l'u: In. "The teunlrj innnicni nu. !iin." vauj. ui. au. 1 1 II Hfft.-Hihst, THUMPHtlNfJErFKItNUN 'lirvMuMTi-.'i'V-I unit II HI Keittirr. Macy's Great White Sale Continues All This Week R. H. Maey aV Ca.'a Attraction Ara Thatr Law Prleaa. mm W BTHaV Harald Square, Broadway, 34th toSStb St. Macy's Fur Storage Keeps Furs Safely During the Summer $17.50 Ostrich Plume HATS for $9.89 Macy's Regular Week -End Special Millinery Baton, Nfiond Floor. These Hats are most remarkable as to value and most attractive as to style. The shapes are of real Milan, in black or white, in the latest Paris effects. Shapes that are sold else where untrimmed at 57.00 and $8.00 each. Trimmed with three handsome French Ostrich Plumes, 16 inches long and c inches in width: soft, graceful droopinp plumes of exceptionally good quality. Moire ribbon en circles the crown and a tiny bow in front adds to the attractive en semble of this smart Hat. (1) All Hlnck. (2i Hlnck with white. Sa.xe blue or Rold plumes. (3) White with white, blade or colored plumes. Sturdy WASH DRESSES and HA TS for INFANTS New, Enlarged Dept., Third Floor, 35th St. I Practical, pretty and substantial are these wear-and-wash-resistint; Dresses, made of fast color, durable fabrics. In our new "Bain' World" are also finer little Dresses, hand embroidered and hand-made of finest batiste, nainsook and linen, ranging from 99c for simple-embroidered voke style to $5.49 for Empire Dress with skirt and waist elaborately embroidered and lace trimmed. Low Belted Chambray Dresses, 89c. The cunnitiR Frock (illmttotti) is made of soft, fast color blue or pink chambray with wide box pleat in front and yoke, cuffs and wide belt of checked Bingham, piped with contrasting color, square neck and short sleeves. Sizes 2 to 5 years. Low Belted Gingham Dresses, 99c. Of soft, fine check, pink or blue Rinpham Is made this substantial l-'rock. fastening to side front, with low belt and pleated skirt, simulated collar (embroidery edged, cuffs and belt of plain ma terial. Sizes 2 to S years. Plain Percale Dresses, 79c. Very neat, stylish little low-belted Frocks of plain pink or blue percale, trimmed on skirt, sleeves, belt and neck with bands of white pique, pearl buttons and simulated buttonholes. Box pteats in front and back are pretty, and give full ness to the skirt. Sizes 2 to 5 years. Dotted Percale Dresses. 69c. Cut In kimono style, this neat Dress has Dutch neck, cuffs, sleeve-seams and low belt piped in matching color. May be had in white ground with small red or blue dots. Sizes 2 to S ears. Checked Gingham Hats, 39c. Washable, pretty and practical is the checked blue or pink glnghnm Hat worn by the little iMiss (tllustralti. The circular crown Is gathered on the soft, overcast brim. ... . Washable Hats of White Pique, 49c. Made of fine pique, this Hat is easily laundered, ns the full, circular crown buttons to the soft brim. Pretty, practical and becoming. "RIGHT SHcAPE" SHOES A COB Floar. Hear. For Misses and Children They allow the feet to grow along natural lines. "Equal y j Rights vfl) for 1 Every U Toe." KiRht-shape bhoes in pteranct are like any other high grade Footwear, but are ana tomically designed to fit snugly at instep and heel and afford every toe room for natural de velopment. "Right-Shape." Shoes meet the ground fairly and squarely, equalize wear and so outlast all ordinary makes. W carry Nil Popalar SItIci la "flight Hnapc" Nhort all that ara now la drmand. la each m,l tbrra ara three Altlnia for brradlh. Bath Hhoee and Hllpper art In lock at priced raaalaa from ll.lu for Infant' toU.lt for Mlttet'ilie. "Right-Shape" Ankle-strap Pumps. In patent leather, gun-metal calf, tan "Russia" calf and white canvas. Welted soles of best oak leather. Sizes 6tf to 11, $1.89 Sizes 11 ; to 2, $2.49 "Right-Shape" Blucher Oxfords In patent leather, gun-metal, tan, "Russia" and white canvas; welted soles. Sizes 6' to 11. $1.89 Sizes 11 Vs to 2. $2.49 Sizes 2;to 5i,$2.97 "Right-Shape" White Sea Island Canvas Shoes Button styles, in regulation height and with Goodyear welted soles. Sizes 7 toll, $1.49 Sizes 11 Yz to 2, $1.89 Sizes 2to syS, $2.49 EYE-GLASSES Expert - flnt.nal Optical Service On the Main Floor, Balcony, .34th St. rear, we main tain an Optical Department that is thoroughly modern and scientific in every detail. Three Registered Optometrists On hand, to examine your eyes tree of charge. Expert Lens Grinders To make your slashes from the finest quality crystals. Skilled Opticians To adjust the glasses in a manner insuring the great est comfort. Our private test rooms are equipped with the latest instruments for the examination of the eyes. If your eyes are normal and you do not require glasses we will gladly tell you so. If they are diseased which is rare you will be ad vised to consult a medical specialist. If suffering from temporary eye-strain, glasses will he prescribed to alleviate the distress. Lenses ground in our own workshop on the prem ises. Prices average one-fifth less than charged by other shops offering the same degree of efficiency. HKaaa, Hilitiv. Main Floor. Hnr mbhb MEN'S Summer CLOTHES Macy's new and much improved and enlarged Men's Cloth ing Department on the Fifth Floor, Broadway, is stocked with a finer and more complete assortment than ever before. A few special values follow. The Department is replete with wrings of proportionate interest. Summer Suits at $18.50 With the New "Patch Pocket" All in the latest striped llannel effects, including blacks and blues with white hairline and chalk line stripes, and grays with con trasting lighter stripes. These are cut over the best "patch pocket" model we have seen anywhere. The coat has the ultra-fashionable "step" lapels not the obsolete "peaked" lapel, as shown elsewhere. Sleeves are shorter and narrower, and pocket and edge are one-quarter irith single stitched. Six-button waistcoat and straight hanging trousers. These light-weight, Silk-lined Chesterfield Overcoats for cool evenings at $19.75 Made of fine quality unfinished worsted fabrics in Oxford grav and black, lined throughout with Merveilleux silk. Cloth or silk facing. The best all-round Coat a man can buy and the dressiest Coat a man can wean New Suits for Young Men at $14.75 With the New "Patch Pocket9' "Patch pocket," Norfolk and two- or three-button conserva tive American models in gray hairline stripes, plain grays and mixturestwo-toned blue stripes and fine quality blue serges. MEN'S STRAWS Gathered from England and France, North and South America, China and the East Indies. Sennits from England, France and America in rough, medium or fine braids at $1.88 and $2.74, American "split" braid hats at $1.88, $2.74, $3.74 and $4.49; Mackinaws in pencil curl brim style at $2.74; soft "Milan" straws at $1.88, $2.74 and $3.74. Bangkoks in telescope shape, with pencil curl brims, at $4.74, $6.74 and $8.74. Panamas from the west coast of South America, at $3.49 $4.74, $6.74 and up to $24.49. unblocked or blocked in any shape desired. Men's HOSIERY for Summer Soecial Valuea from lha new Men's Shon on Broadway at 35th Street, Main Floor At 24c Medium weight Socks of plain cotton, un bleached feet. Very comfortable and durable. Mercerized Lisle Socks, 33c Black, tan, grey and navy. High spliced heels, double soles and toes. Silk Lisle Socks, 48c Mercerized to look like silk. Well reinforced, light and me dium weight, in black, tan, grey and navy. At 24c Medium and light weight full - fashioned Socks. Black, tan and grey. High spliced heels, double soles and toes. At 24c Socks of mercerized cotton, In black, tan and grey. Double soles, heels and toes. Neat and durable. Silk Socks at 48c Full-fashioned, and with extra high spliced heels, soles and toes. Sole of lisle and elastic top of lisle. Colors are black, tan, grey and navy. Have 'all the appearance and wearing quality of Socks costing much more. Men's Summer UNDERWEAR Timely Merchandise at One-fifth to One-third Savings 75c Cross-Bar A Union Suits at 39c A manufacturer's clean-up. Nainsook with knee drawers and athletic armholes. en. M.i tu..L nit iiiiiua nci, mean Shirts and Drawers (Each)JC Of very fine lisle, in plain white, mercerized effect. Silk fronts. Knee-length drawers. Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Union Suits at 98c Of fine lisles and cottons. Some in athletic style, some with nign necw, snort sleeves ana aniie-iengtn drawers ninAif St,'-!. anJ iiviiiauvn wain t biiu . Drawers (Each), 49c Athletic Style Shirts, with neatlv-buttonihg fronts.Athletic lengthdrawers with "banjo" seat Pima Ralli.ir.nnM C i-r " kiiiih .n and Drawers (Each), 49c Long sleeves and short, Drawers are double-seated, and are either in knee or ankle length. BASEBALL SUPPLIES Typical Macy SAVINGS Macv's has a full and complete stock 6f the famous "D. & M." goods, known for their excellence to every sport-loving bo' and man in America. Prices for t hese goods are at all times one-fiftli to one third less than elsewhere. Sports accessories from all the best and most popular makes in stock in the new and much en larged and improved quarters of the Department on the Fifth Floor, Centre. The following are suggestions onlv of the great values at proportionate savincs to be found in every branch of the Department. $1.25 Fielders' Gloves at 98c 75c Catchers' Mitts at 49c Of goodquality brown Mapa leather, Ot good quality tan Mapa leather kld-linpd throughout and webbed be- Men's size, jMrongly sewed and well tuven thumb and forefinger. Well padded. Laced backs and patent IM-Mad at heel. Welted seams. lacing at thumb. $2.00 Mitts of pearl Horsehtde, at $1.49 Backs and fingers of "Yucatan" leather. Full sire. I'atfiit laced thumb and improved lace backs to allow for re-padding. $1.50 Basemen's Mitts at 98c I $1-25 Baseballs at 89c 1 Palm of (ine black horsehide ami back of black Cordovan leather. Laced around the outside. Well padded and fitted with stryp and buckle at wrist. $3.00 Basemen's Mitts at $2.24 Of genuine pearl horsehide in the palm. Back of Benton tan leather, llxtra large, Patent lacing between thumb and hand. The "D. &. M" Official League IImi, Core of solid Para rublvr. Cmarar teed to bi-exact regulation sue and to last a full nine innings without rp ping or losing shape. Boys'$1.50BaseballSuitsat 98c Of good quality suiting in the popt lar shade of gray, with navy blue trimmings. Hitch Suit consisti of blurt, I routers. Belt and Cup. -bhirts, Pants and Caps at Reductions- A special lot, made up from Suits that were priced $2.24 to $4.74. The Shirts at 39c, 98c and $1.39 are in chest sizes 34 to 40, and are fine for hunting, camping, etc, as well as for baseball. The Trousers at 29c, 59c and 74c are of good flannels. Some plain, some padded. Waist sizes .30 to .18. The Caps are 19c and 24c. All sizes and a wide varietv of st les. Further sating in almost cceru branch, including Bats from 10c to 98c. Masks from 24c to $2.24 and Body ProtctcsfromJPctoW