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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913.'
MEAT PRICES GOING UP AND DP AND IIP Exports Say Country Will Have Worst Shortngo of Eccf in Its History. FAMINE DUE NEXT WINTER Feed Cost Now Forcing Cattle to Market, but Consumers Get No Benefit. Tills cOTntry wilt experience next winter tho Rrcnlont hliortnRo of beef In lis history. Price, which already have nilvnnced 13 to I0 per cent. In n year, re to ho JO to 13 per rent. hlKhcr hy January 1. Meat will nell Ht unheard of figure. Tho repreKentallvo of a lilK packer In ChlcaRo mild yesterday: "Forty rents n pound for the choice rutH neeirm a certainty, 45 cents Is a probability, Mid even SO cents u po?Hlh!llty hefore sprliiK." Oeorjjo I.. McCarthy, proprietor of tile .Vnfioiia! i'roWalonrr, said yesterday 'nut tho stock population In the I'nltcd States Is more depleted at present than It hus been at any provloUB time. In ten years. That In Itself, Mr McCarthy said. Is suf tlclent causo for very IiIrIi retail prices. Hut tho droUKht In Kansas, Oklahoma Mid the Bouthwest has iiRRravated the situation bad befoie, till it may now bo called alainilng." 8kr HlKh I'rlcrs l .Midwinter. The expert buer for Itlchaid Web ber, a butcher with nn extensive busi ness In .New York, didn't hesitate to nay that prices aro roIiib sky high by midwinter. Tho average price paid by tho laborer for beef to-day, he said. Is J6 cents a pound. The same cuts will cost IS cents or more In a few months. The same authority predicted that the hverajto prlco of sirloin steaks will creep up 3 cents In as many months, while the nvcraKO price of porterhoute steaks will advance 4 to fi cents In the same period. The corn kllllnpr drought In Kansas and neighboring States has deprived the cattle raiding sections of feed for their stock. "Fodder remains, but the corn Itself, necessary to fatten tho steers for market, will have to be shipped Into sections of country naturally grain exporters, at an expense that 'will preclude the Idea of satisfactory profit by cattle raisers ut anything near the present prices, Vor ten days u steady rush of cattle to tho big stock markets of the middle West has been In progress. The raisers can't afford to hold and feed the cattle. In many Instances cows are being sent to market In such numbers that the generation of calves due next spring will be much less than the average. Hashed 1o flip Slannlitrr Homes. Cattle receipts In the Western markets first rofe iiIjovo the normal when the hot weather killed the pasturage. Car load after carload of steers went to Chi cago and Kansas City. The general move ment to tho slaughter houses Is still In progress. In the first three days of the present week 129,000 cattle were received at the Western markets, nearly as many us In the entire neelt n year tigo. Tho same condition to a certain extent holdd true In the hog market, and re ceipts have been nearly doubled since the drought. The genet al situation Is alio lit as bad In the East. Mr. McCarthy sald4 that fanners over a great part of the East are selling cattle just now that they would be holding had the hay crop been up to the standard. l.lte stock prices are naturally slump ing wh!l the markets are loaded with stock. But In spite of tho fact that steels and hogs aro costing the packers less than at any time for several' months no reduc tion in the wholesale prlco of meals Is announced, and the housewife has ob tained no benetlts because of the present abnormal conditions In the markets. The drought, according to stock men, will result in Immense profits for tho packers because of their ability to buv now when'' tho cattle raisers are at a disadvantage and to set new prices this winter when there is a scarcity hi the cattle receipts. , ELOPER'S DAD GIVES HIH JOB. Ysnac Ancb Cora to Work at fOO a Month. PBlLAOCLPKtA, Aug. 14. A tall, slender young man went to the office of the vice-president of the Heading Hallway to-day and watted tn the corridor. The youth was J. flaymond Auch, the eloping son of the vice-president of the road. After his father had allowed his son to cool his heels he admitted him to the office. Raymond was there for an hour, nnd left the office with a grin on his face. Then he went to the Reading Terminal and began work at the job his father got for him. He will bo an integral part of the railroad system over which Oeorge V. Baer presides. For the first time In his llfo he earned half a day's pay. It was at the rate of $60 a month. Young Auch said that his father had told him he would have to show him that he meant to settle down, and If he sticks to tho Job ho will bo forgiven. Mrs. Auch maintains a happy temper and Insists that everything will come out all rietit. BURNS DETECTIVE ARRESTED. la Held In Tombs I'ollee Court Charred With I'rrjury. Eugene A. Wise, Jr., son of 'former fitnte .Senator Wlte and an investigator attached to the Hums Detective Agency, was arrested In the Tombs police court yesterday on a charge of perjury. He was held In Jl.OOi) ball for the tlrand Jury and allowed to wait In Jtho court room until IiIh bond was obtained. Herman Iluyer, superintendent of county records, in supporting tho application for tho wnrrant said Wise sworo that he had t'.o ptnperty and no partnership In any biisinei.H when sued In supplementary proceedings to recover a Judgment for J1H rendered agaliiKt him. Afterward, mvtirdlng tu lluyir. when tho Hnnnon Detective Aecncy wan called before the Supreme Court in nn action for dissolu tion of partnership, Wise admitted ho was a partner In that concern at the time ho testllled In U19 supplementary p. ocec Jings. ALLEGED WHITE SLAVER HELD. lrl .tii'iitu ll until Klelilrr of trlnKliiK llrr Here Front West. Hyman Klelder, alias Hyman Uekcr, was held by United States Commissioner Hhlelds yetterday in $5,000 ball for an n!l"lfel violation of tho Federal white slavery law. The complainant against the prisoner Is Ilaohel Htall, who says that Klelder brought her here from Han Francisco re cently for Immoral purposes. ; Wlllard II (porta Conditions Good. President Daniel Wlllard of the Balti more and Ohio, who returned yesterday from an Inspection trip over tho lines, take optimistically of business condi tions, expressing the belief that business was kMplns; up well ns based on lbs traffic conditions prevailing tnn th ttsiiunere atuif warn FARLEY, NEAR DEATH, DRIVES. Former KlrlUr llrmkrr Lifted Into Sulk)- llolilnd Trotter, Oosiikn, X, y Aug. H. An hour be foie tho races started at Monroe to-dny James Farley, tho former strlko breaker, who is near death from tuberculosis, was lifted from his automobile Into a sulky liehlnd ono of his favorite trotters, ltlllle Miller, Karley drove him onto the track and a short distance down the back stretch. Then ho wns lifted out of the sulky and put Into his car, Farley took what will be probably his Ul ride In a sulky on a racetrack, lie saw this horse, driven by Knapsack Mo dirty, win third money In the .2:20 trot Mr. Farley expects to be In Ooshcn at tho lares next week. CALLS BY SCUTTLE AT 3 A. M., Uuritlar Hunt DUelose Young Jtoinro I'nder a Wasutuli. An alarm was given at 3 o'clock yes terday morning that n burglar had been heard on tho roofs of houses opposite tho Young Sleu's Hebrew Association on East Ninety-second street. Eighteen policemen surrounded the block and one climbed to the roof of tho houso 103, where he found a ropo fastened to a chimney nnd hanging down toward u lower roof to the westward. The policeman slid down tho rope, found an open scuttle In the roof of 149, descended to the basement of that house and caught a young man hiding under u washtub. The prisoner was Fred 'Arnltz, a porter for the Y. M. II. A. He s.tld he had come to make a call on Miss 1'autluo llutler, employed as a maid by Mrs. Hackermelser. wlo lives In that house. Miss Mutter, n routed from slumber, admitted that she knew Arnlts and that he had nhuwn her much attention, but she denied that she had authorized him to call at such nn unseemly hour. Arnltz said he had wnnted to see her and that he thought she might be up. The young man was arraigned In York vllle police court, whero Magistrate Itreen said that as theio was no evidence of In tent to steal he would hold Arnltz for disorderly conduct, ami postponed the case till to-day so that evidence of the prli oner's good character could be produced. SAYS RICH HUSBAND HAS SON WATCH HER Wife Seeking; Separation From Promoter Martin Thinks He Has $(5,000,000. Mis. Mabel Elolse Martin, daughter of Clicult Judge Culllson of Council Uluffs, la., filed ntlldat'lts In the Supremo Conrt yesterday on a motion for J2."i0 a week alimony und 2..U0 counsel fee In n suit for separation from Samuel U, Martin, a mining promoter of 1270 Broadway. Mrs. Martin says her husband has mining property and water right at Sllverton and Eureka. Col., worth $t'., 000,0(10 uud that he owns the Tom Mooic mine at Eureka. The Martins were married at Cheyenne, Wyo.. in l'JOS. and came hero In 1909. Mrs. Martin alleges through her attorney, M. Martin Dolphin, that when they were living nt COO West 13Jd street her hus band struck her nnd knocked her down when two women friends came to see her. She says thnt when she objected because her husband brought, l.awiknce and Frances Martin, grown up children of his by n woman who had been cook in his mining camp and was known as his wife, he said he would have his daughter Frances "kick her out" She alleges that he then assaulted and beat her so that she ran from the build ing nnd her husband pursued her. She was rescued by b slanders and then took refuge In the subway, where she le malned nil night. After relating other alleged attacks she fcays she was compelled to leave her husband and go to a boarding house. A young man came there, she says and confessed that he had ben employed to decoy her to a restaurant, drug her and take her to a hotel, where her husband would break In and get evidence for a divorce. Mrs. Martin alleges that her husband spends not less than 11.000 n month for himself nnd his sou and daughter. She says that she Is nuw living at 600 West HIM street with her Muter. OUvo M. Culllson. a trained nurse, and is at tending n buslnewi college In Harlem. Her husband, she sas, has sent .his son, Ijiwrence. to the mine school. The young man occupies n scat beside her. She be lieves the sou has been sent to the school to watch her. Martin In an affidavit denies all his wife's charges of cruelty and says she drinks liquor to .excess nnd goes around with undesirable persons. Ho denies also that hp Is ns rich as his wife alleges. Replying to her husband's affidavit Mrs. Murtln said he told her that he had mar lied Mrs. Parks, the mother of Itwrence and Frances Martin, and that he put her In nn asylum and got n divorce, hut finally admitted that he never married Mrs. l'arks. She alleges that he also told her that -Frances Martin was not his daughter, but that Mrs. Parks stole the gill. Martin 'has asked Justice Glegerlch to strike out his wife's statements concern ing the two Martin children because such allegations are not pertinent to the motion for alimony. The court reserved decision on the motion. PEDDLERS' POCKETS PICKED. Mary Caplrn Whom Police Call a Lending Kipert Accused. Mary Caplro, 2i years old, of 110 Hester street, called by tho police one of tho most expert of pickpockets, wan held In $1,500 ball by Magistrate Uuilow In tho Tombs police court yesterday for exam ination to-day on a cnargo of stealing $500 from Mrs. Angelo Molano. The young woman was also nccused of rob bing Vetta Gerardo of 210 Mott street. Roth complainants keep pushcarts of vegetables In front of I'.'il Mulberry street Mary Caplro went there yester day morning nnd disparaged tho quality of their vegetables, as though she were shopping. They say that when they turned away from her she picked their pockets. They discovered their loss after she had disappeared. The accused woman had $30 and much Jowelry In her possession. She was out on ball on a chargo of robbing a woman in Domlnlck street on June 12. DODGE ACCUSES ACTRESS WIFE. Promoter, Kurd for Divorce, Files Counter Complaint) Xanies Actor. Albert C, Dodge, a promoter and mem ber of tho firm of Cunningham & Dodge, Ltd., who was sued for a separation by Mrs. tJr.tco ilelchman Dodge, known on tho vauduvlllo stage as Dorothy Rlohmond, because ho made an unwarranted raid on her room nt Henderson's Hotel, Coney Island, while she was playing there, filed nil oiinvviT yenirrilliy 111 WHICH p Motile , his wife's allegations and nskH a divorce. Dodgo alleges that his wife was guilty of misconduct with Welks Knlblee. her Isadlng man, at Henderson's Hotel on July 12. and at other times wllb othtri Bereeae unknown to fate. 1 Saturdays Store closes at 12 Noon during August. On other busi ness days Store closes at 6 P. M. GO WNS & TAILORED Suits cAdvance FALL MODELS A notable display of the latest novelties cleverlv fore casts the style tendencies for the new season. 'From the many these examples: Tailored SUITS in the Crowbar Velour de laitie Suits. in rich soft shades of Russian preen term cotta and blue arc priced $49.75. The square cut coat has the wide draped revers effect in satin-striped moire and fastens with liuee silk ornament. Wool Ottoman Cord, In sfcel Rrey, violet and brown, is the fab ric employed for new Suits at $36.75. The Directoire front of the Ions cutaway coat opens over a draped waistcoat of heavy faille silk in emerald green or uold color. New AFTERNOON Accordion-pleated flounces form the 3-tier Skirt of a graceful Afternoon Gown at $44.75. The bodice of chiffon cloth half veils a foundation of white net, banded with contrasting chiffon embroidered in silks and metallic threads. The color combinations are exquisite, including taupe, with rose pink. Copenhagen with rose, blue with rose, black with emerald. Brocaded satin and chiffon cloth are effectively combine:! in a Din ner Gown at S4S.7S. The high WOMEN'S Summer SKIRTS And Riding HABITS Reduced Smart models taken from regular stock and reduced T5ecause the size range is incomplete. There are, however, excellent styles in every size required. Virfe1'"'" $1.49, $1.96 & $2.96 Macys prices mere $2.49 to S3. 49 Tailored models, very well made and finished, in both regular and extra large sizes. Siberian Linen Riding Habits, . Light Weight Wool Riding D ' i If I a a f a el I 9 (Were $13.74 and $19.74) $9.74 $12.74 Children's Khaki Were $13.74, A limited number only at this Fine TRUNKS and BAGS cAn Important SALE A COLLECTION that covers almost everv kind of hand or other Baggage that is made. Part onh can be listed below. EVERY TRUNK mentioned is made of selected wood that will not readily warp or crack, and everv one is covered in canvas specially prepared so as to be absoltiteK waterproof. All have either fibre or iron binding, and most are hand-riveted and "protected bv hardwood slats. All have iron bottoms a big factor in life of both Trunk and contents and brass Irvk's nnn pitlior hr.ncc or iron The followint! are the standard dimensions of Trunks in the several descriptions. Qn Trunks specially priced the first dimension on each size is referred to as icientuication ot its lull Steamer Trunks 28 in. x 12 ''j in. x 20 in. M in. x 12 H in. x 21 in. 2 in. x 12 14 in. x 21 '4 in. 34 in. x 12 in. x siyt in. 36 in. x 12' in. 22 in. 38 in. x 12! a in. x 23 in. 40 in. x I2i," in. x 24 in. 42 in. x 12 ' in. x 25 in. $25.00 Wardrobe Trunks, $18.74 ' "Book-fold" clothes carriers and 12 hangers. Three drawers. Hat box. Regulation size. 45x2422 in. Fintr Wariroit Trunks up It (8! JO. $4.50 "Paris" Steamer Trunks, $3.49 Divided tray. Choice of 28 in., 30 in., 32 in., 34 in. and 36 in. size;. $5.50 "Empire" Traveling Trunks, $4.24 "Set t'p" tray. Choice of 28 In.. 30ln.. 32 in., 34 in. and 36 in. $5.50 "Oceanic" Steamer Trunks, $4.24 Leather straps. Divided tray. Choice of 28 in., 30 in., 32 in., 34 in. and 36 in. sizes. $9.50 "Lake George" Traveling Trunks, $7.49 Divided top tray and extra skirt tray. Cloth lining. Choice of 32 in., 34 in., 36 in., 38 in. and 40 in. sizes. $8.50 "Knockabout" Traveling Tjunks, $6.94 "Set-up"' tray and extra skirt tray. Cloth lining. Choice of 32 in., 34 in.. 36 in., 38 in. and 40 in. sizes. Fintr Ttottlint Trun up to $31.50. BAGS and See THESE $8.00 Oxford Cowhide bfi, $5.94 selected cownuie, leather-lined. Sewed-in "English" frame, three In side pockets, solid brass lock and slid ing catches and strong handle. Rus set and brown. Choice of 16 in. atid 18 iih sizes. Fintr Ltathtr Baft up o $25. fO. $5.50 Oxford Cowhide Big $4.24 Leather lining. Inside pocket, brass lock and slides, sewed-on corners, and fine ring handle. Russet, brown and black. Choice of 14 in., 16 in. and 18 in. sizes. $4.00 "Walrui Grain" Cowhide Bags, $2.49 Reinforced corner, brass lock and slides, strong handle and three inside pocket-. Leather lininy. Sie 15 in. $8.00 Cowhide Suit Case, $5.94 Do"ble steel frame, solid brass "I'figlish" lock and sewed on short straps. Sewed-on corners, lino seam less ring handle, inside shirt fold, and leather straps. Choice of 24, in. and 26 in. sizes. K. H. Mc A Co.'s NEWEST FABRICS In wide-wale diagonal Cheviot there are smartly practical Suits cut on mannish lines with Ions revere. An adjustable collar, and narrow cuffs, arc of French seal (dyed coney), or "silver hare" (kit coney), and laree pompom buttons of the fur add a novel touch of style. Priced iii.li. Tailored Suits of finer qualities, range up to $134.00 for a Suit of silk plush richly hand-embroidered. and Dinner GOWNS front-draped tunic and bodice are of the chiffon, the draped skirt and sash of the brocade. Girdle and the embroideries of the bodice are in contrasting tones, and soft creamy Spanish lace makes the revere and square collar. In rose with blue, in black with green, in violet with rose color. . Gowns, in new models, range up to $179.00 for a gorgeous Evening Gown of Oriental metallic brocade. Third Floor. Ilrnadwar. namis lor women & imidren, (Were $22.74 and 538.75) $12.74 & $19.74 Habits, 7 A s price. Third Floor, .tilth Street. i-Mmnc Fifth floor. .-IBth Nt. dimensions Traveling Trunks 28 jn. x 22 in. x 20 In. 30 in. x 23 in. x 24 in. 32 iii. x 2 in. x 21 in. 34 in. x 25 tn. x 22 in. 36 in. x 25'j in. x 22?i in. 38 iii. x 25-,' in. x 22 in. 40 in. x 27 in. x 24 in. $7.00 "Lakeshore" Traveling Trunks, $5.86 Leather straps. "Set-up" trav. Choice of 28 in., 30 in., 32 in., 34 iii. and 36 in. sizes. $10.50 "Niagara" Trunks, $8.63 Hand-riveted. Leather straps. Di vided top tray and extra tkirt trav. Cloth lining. Choice of 32 in., 34 iri 36 in., 38 in. and 40 in. sizes. $13.50 Steamer Wardrobe Trunks, $11.49 Regulation height. Wardrobe tray will hold live suits: Iwttom con veniently divided. Sue 40 in. long. $12.50 "Saratoga" Trunks, $11.49 Leather strap. "Set-up" trav and extra skirt tray, cloth lined. Choice of 32 in., 3 in., 3o in., 38 in. and 40 in. sizes. $6.50 "Imperial" Steamer Trunks, $4.96 Cloth lining and regular "steamer" tray. Choice of J2 in., 34 in., 36 in., 38 in. and 40 in. sizes. $8.00 "Overland" Steamer Trunks, $6.24 Leather straps. Regulation "steam er" tray. Choice of 32 in., 34 in., 36 in., 38 in. and 40 in. sizes. Fintr Sltamtr Trunk) up to $27.1). Suit CASES MACY Savings $1.75 Matting Suit Cases, $1.39 waterproof fibre matting over a steel frame. Fancy cloth lining, tie tapes, brass locks and two "all around" leather straps. Size 24 in. $5.00 Cowhide Suit Cases. $3.96 Light-weight. Reinforced corners, brass lock, and seatnKs ring handles. Inside shirt fold. Choice of 24 in. and 26 in. sizes. $5.00 Malting Suit Cases, $3.38 "Japanese" matting. Basswood frame. Fancy cloth lining, gathered pocket, tie tapes, brass lock and bolts, and two "all-around" straps. Sewed on cowhide edges atid corners. Choice of 24 in. and 26 in. sizes. $6.50 Cowhide Suit Cases. $4.96 Reinforced corners. Seamless ring handles, brass locks and bolts, and two "all-around" leather straps. In side shirt fold. Choice of 24 ill. and 26 in. sizes. Fintr Suit Can up to $22.49. EM V IsBBsam herald Scusre ss Attractions Are Their Low Meet. '9i Bway,34thto3SthSt. Important Reductions in Men's Summer Suits, $11.50 Macy's prices tcere $16.50, $1850 and $19.75 Two-piece and three-piece models. Smart English and American styles. WE ILLUSTRATE one out of the five well-tailored and up-to-date models included in -this offer ing. Of course, there is not every size in everv model, material, and color, but there is every size from 32 to "12 for men of average build and from 38 to 44 for men of heavier physique, in one or more desirable styles. THE MATERIALS are worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres, in practically all the really good color effects an& combinations of the season. $11. .75-we: 14.75 $15. ;.75 were $22.50 & $19.75 $18.75were $27.50 & $24.75 $22.75-ere $32.50 & $29.75 THESE SUITS are in three button American and English Sack models, full or half lined. The sizes are from 33 to 42 for men of average build, and from 38 to 46 for men of heavier phvsique. with Dlenty of variously proportioned Suits to "fit men who are unusually tall or short. THE SERGES are of the finest worsted yarns, with double warp and filling, and are sponged, "spot-proof, pre-shrunk. and absolutely sun-fast. Men's $5.00 & $6.00 Outing trousers, $2.95 MADE OF WHITE FLANNELS and striped serges, and finished with belt loops and plain or cuff bottoms. riflh Floor, Brn.dwmir. Men's PANAMAS, were $4.74 and $5A9-Now $2.74 THE SUMMER IS FAR FROM OVER yet. and $2.74 puts a really good West Coast Ecuador Panama within easy reach. Even if you buy now and save the Hat until next year, you will save app'reciabfv. ALL THE POPULAR SHAPES IN STOCK in all sizes. Plenty of unbleached Hats, too, that we will block and trim to suit you without further charge. Fine Bangkok Hats, too, at tne same price, i2.f . i nese were MEN'S "TO-ORDER" SHIRTS Cut from your own choice of the finest materials and tailored'according to your own ideas. Three Shirts to Your Measure, $7.74 A .pedal cjftring desietied to clear away all the remainiru lengths of fine imported shirtings that haw accumulated in the Macv "To-order" Shirt Department this season. Some lengths sufficient ' for making from three tj si Shirts. Pleated or plain negligee styles, with laundered or soft double cuffs. Made of the finest domestic and imported crepes and marlMs, including fabrics from which we have been makine Shirts at 53.44 and $3.94 each. VMt the showrooms in the rear of the Men's Department, on the Main Floor Balcony, near the 35th treet entrance. To-otltr Shith ranft up to $7.49 tod for htecy quality pun tub silk Shirts with ntflittt tcsom anj Frtnth cujfi. Shiib of similar quality tori $10.00 tlstitktrt. AUTO LAP ROBES AT MACY SAVINGS Fifth Floor, .14th 81. MACY'S IS THE ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE in the city featuring Auto Supplie's that gives neither discounts nor com missions to chauffeurs. The savings thus made are vours. Imported Silk-and-Cotton Striped Robes ' Medium weicht S4.69 Browns. blues and tans, plai Mohair-lined Plaid Robes American made, weight. Browns, greens. Wool-lined Whipcord Robes Light weight. Light grey lining. All-wool Robes, Leather-bound Brown, grey and tures. Binding uf leather. n borders. $5.94 Medium blues and $9.74 Durable. $14.74 blue mix soft suede $2.00 'BOOKS on EDUCATIVE Subjects, 49c ' You can get nolonly these Books but ANY Book at Macy's for less than the trust-fixed prices prevailing everywhere else. On New Fiction you save 10 The savings in the Book Department are indicative of equal and greater savings in every Department in the Store. THESE BOOKS are handsomely bound in three-quarter "Morocco" with marbled sides, and are printed on excellent paper in strong, legible type. The edges are "uncut." no.,. r. HUtorv or Education. By F. V. N. Painter. Education uf Science, By Ale.vander Bain. The Doctrine and Descent al Darwinism. , By Oscar Schmidt. Ancient Life Hutanr. By II. Alleyne Nicholson. Other World Than Ourt. By Hichard A. Proctor. The Life and Growth at Laniuace. By William Dwight Whitney. Furniture at great savings during the mid-summer Sale. Reliable qualities only. originally 56.74. Fifth Floor. .-u i. CIGARS AT Firth Floor. asih si. MACY SAVINGS NOT ONLY CIGARS, but tobacco in all its fops at lower prices than any where else in the city. Every good kind of Cigar in stock, culminating in the famous "Luis Marx" at $6.94 the box of 25 elsewhere $10.00? Macy's "Week-End" AQ Havana Perfects (12) 4oC Very mild. Havana filled and with Sumatra wrapper. "EIReto"N.Y.A.C.ei nA Conchas Extra (SO) $174 Finely blended clear Havana. Only 200 boxes. Elsewhere one fourth to one-third more. Spanish Club no "Regalia Grande"(50)$1.98 Smooth of aroma and flavor. Havana blended filler, with fine shade grown Florida wrap per. Man and the Glacial Period. By u. l-rederick Wright. Esmts en Educational Keformers. By Robert Herbert Quick. Evolution. By Joseph Le Comte. The Sun. By C. A. Young. Reuonsibility in Mental Disease. By Henry Maudsley, M. D. Ci'mwuI Sociology, By Enrico Fern. Would you pocket some of. the savings? At $15 the Sale of men's two-piece suits goes mer rily on. With the three-piece suits reduced to the same price, there are thousands of happy chances here. At $20 and $25 are other thousands of suits which came from much higher up. Neglige shirts go, too. Over 12,000 went into the Sale yesterday. $1.50 and $2.00 -values. 95 cents. To crown the occasion! Some $3 and $3.50 soft hats Fall's coming. $1.50. Roobks Pket Company, Three Broadway Stores t at at Warren St. 13th St. 34th St. A 2-F0R WARM WEATHER 25CTS. red-man: COLLAR 0. i EARL & WILSON I AMfREMENTS. WINTER HATINees-TW SOVS OT AND Bonwrevs-ejq MATINKK. TO-M'H Pn HT..S Mir. In SI. SO MAXINE ELLIOTT'S THEATRE UvrnlntH 8.A). Mailiicc To-monow 2IJ0. Ccorjc .V.v IktousIi's .NYtt- IMr.i- THE LURE i.i:w riKMis' 44IH sr. imiof titiiiirs rhnnc TttC Ura 1'hnno littfCiafrfcrNllllhiorfini" LYRIC B. AUG. 18 Mivin WHENJDREAMS COME TRUE 39thST.7iST-TUES.,AUC.19 1 coinruy or Tlitllls noil Lauzni comply of .ljlvoMo Vantmno NEW AMSTERDAM JtiPiitri In MorM. tin. .v.li Mut. 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