THE1 SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16,' 1013.'
IN I.AKRWflflf) PINKS' 5
You MUST be entirely SATISFIED with Erery
TRANSACTION you have wfth MACY'S
llnless YOU are. WK are not satisfied. Take your complaint or criticism,
if you have one, to tho Hoorman In ohargn of the section In which any faulty
transaction originated. He can In almost any instance remove your dissatis
faction completely. If he does not remember
There la a direct representative of the
General Manager' Office an every floor.
Ask to be directed to the Floor Superintendent's Office.
Cvtry transaction at Macy's MliHT be mutually satisfactory.
R. H. Mey A C.'t Attraetlont Arc Thtir Law PrieM.
K. H. Maejr tt Ce.'a Attraction Are Their Low Pricea,
- tmmi m mm mam mm w v b a a i mivi b
('nvcnior-Klect Ficlilt'i' of New
.h'i'sey Tlmro for
co.k's Stn. .
B'war. 34th to 35th St.
0T1IKIIS FIIO.M XKW VOHK
rhiiritv Worki'rs Interpstt'il
Klccfloiis Last. Week of
t.AKKWonn, Nov. IS. The cull of the
pines has lured many politicians of New
York nml Ncv. Jersey to I.akewond, where
they nrc stopping for rot nnd recreation
after llio strenuous campaign ended last
The most notable figure here tlili wed:
Is Gov.-elert James F. KlcUlnr. He ar
rived with lil.v wife at th Laurel Hnue
on Wednesday evening, They will remain
here n week or ten days and will upend
much of their time on the irolf course nt
the T.akewnod Country flub. Part of
their time will be spent motoring on the
fine roads which encompass the town.
Since Mr. Fielder's arrival the Laurel
llniic has liven the centre of nodal ac
tivity. Several prominent residents have
given afternoon ten at the Laurel House
In honor of Mrs. Fielder, while the politi
cal friends of the Governor-elect will Rive
him a dinner at the Laurel Mouse this
evening. The Russian uu.irtctto nt the
hotel will render a special mulcal pio
grnmnic for the occasion.
Another pen-image or Statewide promi
nence "topping nt the Laurel House Is
John V Slocuni of Lous Ilranch. Mr.
Slocutn Is the Senator from Monmouth
county and the leader In the Senate. He
Is accompanied by Mrs. Sloeum.
Prominent New York politicians who
have been spending time here during the
week were George V. Uift. Congrcasman
elect from Manhattan. He was accom
panied by Mr", l-oft ami the Itev. Father
Roe. The party stopped at the Laurel In
the Tines and while here visited the golf
Another patly at the Laurel In the Pines
was C. J. McCoimnt-k, the nest President
of the HoroiiKh of Itlrhmond. Mrs. Mc
Cormack and Miss May MoCormack and
Mt. C. J. Gilford were In the party.
Sportsmen After Game.
Wie surroundliiR woods and llelds teem
trig with (tame hnve ven a paradise for
the many sportsmen from New York who
have been on hunting trlp hete since the
opening of the game reason. F L. Loi
In. Jr., of New York, who has been at
the Laurel House Camp for a week's
sport, returned Thursday evening with
twenty-five quail and live partridges he
ildes several rabbits ducks and Knglirh
pheasants. Henry S. Keainey, Frederick
A. Potts, Dr.. C L. I.lndley and others
have hud excellent shooting.
Laurelton Partus, the large poultry
plant of Prank Tllford and his daugh
ter, .Miss Julia, is the scene of many
afternoon teas. Mis Tilford has a new
electric car and n-arlv everv dnv mo.
tor with several of her friends from the
Laurel tloue. where Hit Tllfords are
staying for the wlntn. lo the fnrm mi. I i
bas tea served in the dainty ofllce fitted 1 JJT
up In Colonial style. Mr. Tilford rt- I
cently had Imported some show birds, I
which Mlts Tilford ha made her especial "
peta and expects lo exhibit at this sea. ft.
on'K shows. Mr, Tilford has Just ex- J
pended (25.000 on the farms to Increase
their capacity to lilO.OO'i chickens, which A
will make the plant the largtst In this V
country. Twenty-five additional acre- I A
lust nureh.lS4tt h:ia men nswt the fnrm
lo over "00 acres. i
Mrs. Herbert L. Satterlee and her
laughter arrived Wednesday nt the,
Laurel. lu-the-rine", when; they will
spend a couple of weeks.
Ir. and Mrs. !, H. ('on of Nfvv York
leased this week one of the Glover cot
tages on Sixth s-triet and will spend the
Mrs. N. C. Gilbert and son of Oil
hrrtsvllle. N Y have n iit d another of
the (Hovel cottages and will remain here
for the winter.
.Miss Wilson a (Jars!,
Miss Jest-le vv ilrun. daughter of Pre-1-iltnt
ami Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, and her
flaiicr, F. )!. Sayre, were the guests
during part of the week of Mr. and Mrs.
ttlbert F. Baldwin of Private Way.
Charity workers In the ro.lal circles
hero were Interested this wiel; In Cic
election of otlieirs of the two b!g charita
ble organization". The officers of the Dts
flet Nuro Association were elected Mon
day at the residence of Mrs. Charles
Lathrop Pack In Forest avenue. Mrs.
Charles L.Uhrop Pink was elected preM
lent, Miss Kva Rill Glover vice-president.
Miss Is.tbdle S. 1-Vrtls secretary. Mrs.
Henry S. Kearney treasurer and Mrs.
Arthur K. Whitney assistant treasurer.
t the meeting final arrangements were
made for the entertainment which Mrs.
George Fates llaker will give In the
Laurel-ln-the-Pines on November '.'S.
, The other ilectlou was that of the
Woman's Aid Society of the All Saints
.Memorial Church. The ntflrers chosen
were: President. Mrs. Waller Hush Hyn
nr: vice-presidents, Mrs. George Fales
Haker and Mrs. Shepard Knapp de For
est: secretary) Miss Lillian Baldwin:
treasurer, .Mrs. M. V. Willis. After tho
business session tea was served by Mrs.
.Sutllff anil Miss Welndell.
Mrs. L. T. Dlekuson, v ho Una been
spending n (ouple of weeks in Chicago,
returned on Tuesday to the Laurl-ln-thc.
Pines, where she Is spending the winter.
Mrs. J. Stewait White and Mrs. Will
lain J. F.atnn of New York ure spending
the winter nt the Laurel. In-the-Plncs.
They arrived Wednesday
FnotbHll Attracts tlanj.
Football Is a popular diversion for
many of the sojourners here. The Prince
tori-IIarvard game last week at Princeton
attracted mod of them to Princeton,
Those who made the trip by automobile,
were Mr. a'ld Mrs. George Gould and
party of eight. Mr. and Mis. Anthony
.1. Drexcl, Jr., Mr. and Mis. William Thaw
Sil. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Ljncli and Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick A. Potts. After the
gain'! many of those who witnessed the
IHim.' returned here for the week end at
.Mr. and .Mrs. J. Luke Bright of Kl
bron arrived yesterday at the Laurel
House for the winter.
Mr. mid Mis. August Htihno uiiil fam
II' of Newark are spending the winter
hero at the Oak Court Hotel.
Mrs, C. L. Stead and Miss P.leannr
clo:,e of New York arrived on Tuesday
lor the winter.
The first meeting of tlio Alliance Fran,
calso was held last Tuesday evening at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lathrop
Puck. About fifty member. qf the society
attended. The lecture on "Chansons de
Ml.nko," was given by M, Giroud of New
Mr. and Mrs. George Gould during tho
.i..k bHvi! had several Informal moving
picture ei,teitalmnents in the Casino nt
Georgian Court, where they recently In
stalled a eo.nplete motion picture outfit.
large nmmVr of friends have been In
lel for over th- week end and n special
perfoimuni"- will bo given to-morrow
Mr. and Mis. Samuel P. Hoe of Whim
stone. L. I hnve been visiting Mis. M,
V Willis of MadlMin avenue. Mrs. P.llta
belli M. Ilorne anil daughter. Miss Made
Islne, have returned lo their Lake Drive
AirliaU at Hie Hotels.
Arrivals at the Laurel House urn, ,,
!;. IikiiIcU. .Mr and Mis. John Trevor
Curtis of Philadelphia. Mis, w, A. Jaml
on and mother, Mrs. Mennler. Mr, ami
jjrs. A c .loiuibon, Stewart Johnson. Mr.
Qhma & Gut $Cas$ Sad
Prices are Reduced From 15 to 12 below Macy's usual prices
A rate opportunity of replenishing your
stock and brightening u the Thanksgiving
table at trifling expense.
Macy's China and Cut Class stock is excep
tionally large a fact which on a special occa
sion like this gives you verv wide choice.
Six Patterns of OPEN-STOCK SCHWARZBURG China I '4 Off
Optn Stock China, introduced into this country by
Macys. costs no more than odds and ends elsewhere.
even at Macy's usual prices. The reductions on these
Induitd art bordered patterns, blue flora! sprays,
conventional rose borders, gold-and-black borders, and
Hreen borders, combined with rose garlands. All are
of exceptionally handsome deign and coloring.
oix patterns mean one-fourth additional saving.
All Our Fine SERVICE PLATES 15 to 13 Reduced
These exquisite Plates, used as table decorations and to receive smaller and less orna
mental food containers, are in over 100 distinctively different patterns and effects, and come
from the most famous potteries of England. France and Germany. They are arranged by
price in six special sections in the Basement, 34th St.
$29.50 (doz.) I $35.75 (doz.) I $44.50 (doZ.)i $59.50 (doz.)
Narrow and wide coin gold
Paste gold decorated rim?.
Floral borders with coin edges.
Mat coin gold in raUed design with
acid border and shoulder bands.
Floral border and flat coin sold
All-over coin gold (covering entire
Rich solid colors on runs combined
with dainty acid borders.
Imported ROCK CRYSTAL Gloss SERVICES at 1 3 Less
Quito a number of patterns will bo included at these
savings, besides those mentioned bolow. With one ex
ception all are taken from our regular open stock, and if
design", with cut stems. Daints cut
ting on base of each glass.
At S5S.97 I Sixts -piece Sets that
1 were fSJ.95.
knot and floral patterns, with cut
At $67.63 Stxty.piece Sets
1 were S101.44.
stems, dainty tloral and fern designs-
At $88.30 I Si.uy-piece Sets that
1 were $U45. Un
usually beautiful services with pond
lily and lily pad designs.
At $52.85 Sixty-piece Sets that
1 were 79.J8. Thistle
more pieces are required than are included in the seis.
thev may be selected from the complete lines of open stock
iMiicnis ui oin.-inira less titan tne marked prices.
At $61.50 I SiMy-piece Sets that
1 wire su.'.-. Clover
loaf and blossom designs. Cut stems.
At $94.00 I Seventy -two piece Srts
I th.it m... m V
ver delicate, attractive design.
Baarmrat. 341)1 HI.
DINING ROOM SUITES
In GREAT VARIETY Specially PRICED
Below are mentioned a few only of the man finely built and finely designed Suites that will
hortly leave Macy's to brighten up for Thanksgiving the homes of several of our customers, swim Fioer.
The Suit! illiuUatti. tor
It difftrs from nunv so
called "Period" Suited that
are merely a faint reflection
of antique style, for it is a
faithful and accurate repro
duction of a magnificent and
well-nigh priceless original. The
following pieces are included:
BUFFET, oo in. x 2J in.
Two center drawers, one lined
for silvers are. Cupboard each
side. Drop handles of brass.
CHINA CLOSET, til in. high. 47 in. wide, 15 in. deep. Straight class ends and front, with three grooved
helve'.. SI-RVING TABU:. .18 in. x 17 in. One large top drawer. EXTENSION TABLE. 52 in. top; extends full
3 ft. Five SIDE CHAIPS anil one ARM CHAIR, covt-red in brown "Spanish" leather. Slip seats. swxh vt.
stance. I-. a beautiful ex
ample of the authentic re
production of a William and
Mar period Suite.
The Price for
the 10 pieces
Of itax-jlniih toUen oah, in
Chlntst Chipptniale dtsl(n.
'Icn iiIpcm; 111 1'FUT, C6
in. !on x II in wiili- I 10
top drawer, iiiif lined loi
Kilvcr'iaro. One lnre ful
ler itniwer, three bottom
riiilo.irils, I'reni'h plate
liv!ll mirrnr KVS'l'M,
CLOSET, bo In. hltrh. In.
Me. 10 In. ileep All-Ji'ir-ror
lok, with four itla
i li e I v o h nnil refiei'tor
SKKVINO TAM.K. 44 in
I'll In , linn one lurwe dm.er
.mil bun cm Hlielf I'.XI KN
SION TAIII.I'.. It-ill. ton.
larye pilrttal Ime t.-.
lend full ft 1'Ho SIDK
rimitS aril (.lie Alt.M
i.'HAIIi Sprinz seu tuv
eted in leniiinf lircuvn
UJ maholany, and in fine repro
Jucthn of a Shrrafon dtfl(n.
Eleven ieoen: HrVFKT.
in in. .: '.'4 In Two niiall
lop drawer. t bottenn
drnvera. on- iniplmaril mi
enih side Ileamlfnll;- in
laid, l renrli plate mirror,
i In. x 12 In. t'lllNA
i I.OMF.T. 6.1 in, hlKli. t? in.
wide, IS In, deep. Htralitlil
u-Ibi etidt iiiid bent kIukh
ilimrH. NEHVIStl TAIll.K
S4-ln. tot). htralKht leKH. ex
tend full ft. l ive SUM',
t' 11 A I ItS and two A ItM
ClfAlltS. Slip HeatH, ein
ered in jfenulne leather.
Chioptndalc desifn in a rr.tUoic
"Cathtiral oak." finish.
Ul y-y.T. m in s :n In
Tlireo tup drawer lineil for
ll erwnre.' tv. o center cup
t'oardH, one lare lioitnm
druver Freneli plate mir
ror. Clll.VA 'l,Ost:T. H2
in hluh .StraiKht kIum.s
i ends ;hk1 front, thre
' trouved (.helves, SKItV-
INti TAlll.t. 12 in. x 10 in..
Iiiih one lari: drnwer l'.X
1 TKNSION IAIJ1.K. A4-ilicli
tup. e.vtends lull H feet
IIXI. hi ui. i I1AIIIS anil
me lt.M I'll All: Mip
seutH invered In itenulne
Of oak " '"y handsomt
lllTFr.T, : in . 21 in
One law lop drnwer, Imo
mull renter ilrawcrK, one
eniiboartl each Hide. Ilrass
trimmliiUH, turned legn and
Kreneh hevellwl mirror,
CHINA CM)Sr,l. 8U in
hlKli, 44 In, wide. 1H in. deep.
Htraiuhl ijIhhh ends nnd
front Thro e grooved
Hhelven HUHVINii TA
Ill.K, as in. limit. III in.
wide. One lop drawer nnd
one bottom snelf FATKS
SION TAIll.K. M-ln. top;
extend lull H ft Five
S1DF. 1'IIAIH.S nnd one
A ItM CII AIIl Slip Heats,
(overisl in ttemilno brown
Of jumtd oat. Shtraton desifn.
and ItautljuUy inlaid.
lit 1TF.T, .14 in. x IS in
Has three return drawer,
cupboard on each aide and
a lame bottom linen uriiuer
Ttn pxtts. in III! ttry hand
some "Early English" finish.
Hl'FFF.r, (12 In x W in
Two -.mil II centre drawers
; lined tor silverware, two top
I urnwers, tnree centre i up-
lirasK raMer cun. I)eelled board-, and one larife hot torn
......... . L. l. . ..I. .1... .. d. .... II II.. I ..
iiiiiii'I yi I iruuji jjiui.' Hiii.,', iiiuhci mi iiiii-ii iiu-siiuii
II) Ul III In (.' It I .N A
ciiOSKT. . in. hih. 4t in
w IdKiind 18 In, deep. Mruiuhi
kUks endh, licnl vla.sK door,
and threis Krooved hfles.
HKKVI.N'O 1 AMI. I.. 30 in. x l!i
In . ha one l.irirn drawer and
one iMittom nhelf KXTKN
SIOV TAIll.K, 4-in top,
nllti IIvm ulrnliplil liu m.
tend full dlt Five SII)K I base, emeiids in
C1IAIHS unci one Alt.M
CIIAIIl tn match, cnverid in
a brown "HputiU'i" leather,
.Slip nentH. IJU IN .M A
HOtiANV nt M2l4.tM).
Of oak. finished in the ttry hand
tome "Stetth" trty.
BVKFKT, .'.4 in. x 20 in,
Two toil drawer, cupboard
on each hide, one la rite bot
tom drawer. Sheraton de
hIkti CHINA CI.4ISKI, sum.
hlKli, .t; in. vide, 14 In. deep.
Straight Rlana end and front
and three Krnovisl nhelves
HEII VI.N'tl TAIII.i:, 32 III,
18 in, One drawer and bot
tom hhelf KXTKN8KIN
TAill.r., 4s-iri. top', extend
full tit StraiKht leg. Knur
SIDKCHAIIW and two AH.M
i IIA1IIH, covered in Ketiiiinr
die, and French plate mirror
UOKIAl. CI.IJSF.l', bo in
hlirh, ."i2 III wide, 17 in deep
AH minor back, four kIim-heM-s
nnd front S 1', It V 1 N d
l'AUI,i:, 44 In x in in Ti
top drawer, one bottom
shell KXTKNSKIN TAIII.I.,
4.in lop, larue ped,v.tal
base, emends lull s ti Five
SlliF. CHAIItS, seats nnd
barks covered in ttenuiue
iirown "'hrmnish" feather
One ACM t'll.Mit in mutch
Of beautifully inlaid mahofttnt,
in Sheraton desifn.
Consist of 10 piece
Iirf'FF.T, .14 In x sn in., two
centre drawer Cupboard
on each siile. I.arire fiottom
linen drawer. CHINA
Cl.OSIVr. 7 in. high, ;i; in
lide, 1H in deep, utralitlit
gin- ends and front, three
grooved helves SKllVIN'tt
T AIlliK, In x 17 in. llne
Inree drawer and bottom
Hhelf KXTKNKIOV T III.K.
4-in top. itcnds full tt
Five Sll(: CHAIItS and one
Alt.M CHAD! Slip h-hIs,
coereil In genuine leather
SMOrvsntal 'Rug Stent
A COLLECTION OF 347 SUPERB RUGS gathered during the past year by Mr. Myron J.
Bird, known world-wide as one of the most successful, best posted and technically accurate col
lectors in this country. Tliese Rugs have been personally selected by him. Several hundred
fortunate persons who bought the Rugs will remember that we had one of Mr. Bird's collections
about this time last year. fourth nonr.
Marked al Very Low Prices.
Personally Collected by an Expert.
.Mr. uira nas wanaereu mrougn ine lamous marKei Tii.. R,me h hm nnrlrl nt vprv low nrirps
Ji;-H.".. "..'-.. ."?..!.. u:. ?.'.: the proportionN the colorines. the desicns and weaves
.7 i?1" ,S '"P. "'I 'mKl are so varied that every one who appreciates a thoi
HUM Ktl tllllUC Vl ICIIkUl?., L.ui.11 eu(( no.-, utti i pui-
chabed only because of its rarity, its antiquity, its rich
ness of color and design.
Rich in Coloring; Wonderful Textures.
The mellowness of color, the softness of texture, which
are shown in this collection of Rugs have been acquired
bj natural wear. The artificial devices known to the
majority of Oriental Rugs to-day. are lacking in these.
authentic antique Rug can gratify his fancy.
Rugs from Kcnl-Coslikyan Co.
In addition to this private collection there are also
included many rare and valuable pieces from the well
known firm of Kent-Costikyan Co. This house has
just closed out to us certain valuable small lots of Oriental
Rugs, which we shall sell at practically import cost.
CARPET-SIZE Antique Rugs at Very SPECIAL PRICES
1 1 ft. 5 in. x 8 ft.
I0fl.6in.x6 jt. II in.
Iijl.l0in.x6jt. 10 in.
16 ft. x 7 ft.
$.? 75.00 $269.00
HAMADAN lijt.2in.xSjt.7in. $350.00 $246.00
HAMADAN I2jt.6in.x9ft. $335.00 $234.00
ANTIQUE KAZAK 17 ft. 2 In. x 10 ft. 10 in $850.00 $596.00
KOUL TOOK 12ft. II in. xBjt.l in. $400.00 $276.00
LARISTAN Iijl.6in.x6jt.iin. S385.00 $226.00
SEREBEND I2ft.6in.x6jt. $175.00 $98.50
SEREBEND Iift.8ln.x6ft.8in. $400.00 $298.00
SEREBEND 16ft. 10 in. x6ft. 9 tn. $750.00 $569.00
Please bear in mind that the above carpet sizes are only a few eamples. There are many others.
Sir. at Itrtall
5 ft. 4 in. xi ft.. i in. $45.00 $29.75
8 ft. 10 In. xift.4 in. $65.00 $38.50
IOft.8ln.x2ft.Sin. S70.00 $59.50
II ft.xifl.5in. $57.50 $39.50
l2jt.Mn.x2jl.il in. $89.50 S61.50
I2ft.9in.xljt.6ln. $65.00 $49.50
4 ft. 9 in. xi ft. i in. $4'..50 $34.75
5fl.xifl.6in. $15.00 $34.75
I2jt.4ln.x5ft.6in. $170.00 $138.00
3 ft. 2 in. xift.2 In. St 7.50 $12.4$
4 ft. I In. x 3 ft. I in. 145.00 $29.75
5 ft. 9 In. x ijt. II in. 550.00 $34.75
16 ft. 4 In. x 4 ft. 2 In. S'lO.OO $74.50
7 ft. 10 In. x 1 ft. 2 in. $45.00 $29.75
8ft.xift.9ln. S47.50 $29.75
8ft.6ln.x3ft.7in. $57.50 $39.50
8 ft. 9tn.xi ft. 10 in. 50.r W $34.50
9 ft. 8 in. x 3 ft. 7 in. $45.00 $29.75
9 ft. 6 in. x ijt. 4 in.
9 jt. 8 in. x i jt. 6 in.
7 jt. x ijt. 9 in.
10 ft. 3 in. x 3 jt. I in.
8jt.3ln.x3jt. 10 in.
8 ft. I in. x I jt. 8 in.
5 ft. 10 in. x 4 ft. 3 in. $75.00 $59.50
Iljt.x5jt.7in. $125.00 $89.50
I0jt.x2jt.8ln. $05.00 $46.50
I2jl.x5jt.2in. $150.00 $89.50
9 jt. 10 in. x4jt.9 in. $1 70.00 1 09.00
8jt.4in.x3jt.6in. $55.00 $39.50
9jl.9in.x3ft.3in. 500.00 $38.50
9jt.IOin.x3ji.4ln. S55.00 $34.75
3 ft. 1 1 in. x 2 ft. 10 in.
4jt.l tn.x3jt.5 in.
4 ft. 1 1 tn. x 2 ft. 10 In.
5 ft. 2 tn. x 3 ft. 8 in.
5 ft. 3 in. x 3 ft. 4 In.
4 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. 10 in.
4 jt. 7 In. x 3 ft. 5 in.
4 ft. 6 in. x 3 fl. 8 in.
4 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 7 in
5 ft. 5 in. x 3 ft. 5 in.
9 ft. 4 In. x 3 ft. II tn.
A SALE of Practical LINENS
One of the most important events of the year, timed to recur just when the thrifh housewife
realizes the necessity of preparation for rapidly approaching Thanksgiving, the Decembe'r Holkh
and the long winter that follows. '
Everything for the Linen Closet. A wonderful showing of Linen? reduced far below Macs
.uiciiixy LuweM-iii-iuc-iiv prn-cs, tuiiiunieu wiui special purcruises priced at rea l etrmr
riinarv s.ivinp-i ' -
All-linen, from Scotland. Made
expressly for R. H. Macy & Co.. in a
variety of very neat pjttern'i.
Slif ttn Not, Kadi-
72 in. x 72 in $2.19 $1.98
72 in. . oo in. $2.94 $2.54
72 in. .n los in. $.5b $3.06
NAPKINS b MA TCH
20 in. x 20 in
22 in. x 22 in.
24 in. x 24 in.
Loomed Irish $98.00
Really wonderful Table Oiutii
and Napkins of the make and
grade used b the Roval l-annh
in England. So fine that thev
have o.ooo warp thread to the
running yard and about 480
threads to the square inch. Cloths
size 9t in. x W tn., and Napkins 27
x 27 in.
Second Floor, .tilth Street.
e.- fine srade full-bVached a,i
.lien satm damask Cloths. Vote!
for their wearing qualities, and in i
.intt of attractive design.
Mncy 1 Airi-ui
free. I neh
os in. x os ii,
S in. x So in.
08 m. x 10-1 ii
From Ireland (ca.) 98c
All-linen and of excellent wearing
quality. Neat designs. Sue o5 in. x
of i in. Same quality, 65 in. v 84 in.,
Heavy Damask CLOTHS
These are in beautiful tound pat
terns, and unusual at tin- price.
70 x 70 in. $1.98
70 x 88 in $2.49
70 n 105 in. $2.97
Napkins lo Match
22 x 22 in., dtvtn, $2.89
NAPKINS to MATCH
1') 111. N 10 I
22 in. 22 it
S4.50 Satin DAMASK 0 Dn
NAPKINS (doz.) $3.89
Full-bleached, nil-linen and in
good velection nf attractive designs
SiA' 25 in. 25 ir
JLL-LINEN Towels at Worth-While SAVINGS
Huck 'I'owehUoi,), $1.67
All white puro linen.
Struiiu and serviceable Size
17 in. x 32 in
Huck Towels (do:,), $1.98
Macy's price uas $2.28.
All-linen, and liemmnd,
Kittior nil-white or wjtli
neat rfd or blue liordctv,
Size IN In x ,tn in.
Huck Towels (doz.), $2.28
Macy's price itat $2.49.
All - linen humntltcliiHl,
from Germany. Perfectly
plain. Slzo is in, x an In
Huck Towels (doz.), $2.39
Made la sell or $1.00.
All - linen hemstitched,
for Initial nr monogram,
SlAi LI In v.Min
licit Towls (doz.), $2.88
Macy's price ifoi $4.0$.
with neat duiiinsk Imrder
Huck Towels (Jo:.), $4.68
Macy's price uas J5.S6'.
HiMiiHtitoht'd. all - linen.
nnd with nent iLunack lor-
dor. rrntn (lermnny
'Jt in x 43 in
Hud Towels (do:.). $5.88
, Macy's price uas $7.0$.
I'rotn (iermimv Ilcm
I .titclnvl All p'ur,, M,M
Klulior.ite diiniafk Imrdnri-
1 in v f." in
i Dish Towels (each), 16c
Of nil-linen orunh. hem
1 llleil ill II Wide v:iri..lv ,.r
.Size coloied linrder cfTcct-. S ;
unci Mra. J. W. .Tolmaon, Frederick W.
LoiiKfellow. KuB''t' llawklna. E. It. Finch
of New York, Mr. anil Mra. .1. Luko
ItrlKht of Elberon. Oov.-elect ami Mra.
Jamci V. I'lflOer of Trenton.
At the Laurel - In -the-I'lnes: Alfreu
narlh. Ml" Harriet K. White. MIbs
Krancea II. White, Mra. Carlton Macy of
Hrooklyti, Mra. Herbert I Satterlee, MUa
Saterlee, Mra. J. Htewurt White, Mra.
WllllHiii J. Katon of New York, .Mr. ami
Mra. William Porter of Philadelphia.
At CaraaaUo: Mr. and Mrs. (Jhnrlea
CralB Plielpa, Mr. and Mra. .1. Hixuhci.
Mr. and Mra. William Jones, Mr. and
Mra. W, .T, McArthur. Mrs. C. V. Alii
atrom and Mlaa E. Y. MlrlcU of New
At Ilartlett Inn: Georita . Nathan,
Mr. and Mra. Seymour I.. Huated, Jr.. Mr.
and Mra. Edward Flold, 13. W. Curtla.
It. H. Jlnrrlaon of New York, Mra. George.
II. Flaher and Mra. K. .1, Plaher of
At the Oak Court: Mra. Peter Klenk,
Mlaa Edith Klenlt, Mr. nnd Mra. Philip J.
Carry, Mini Mnritarat V. Curry. J. B.
Bantion, Mra. K. flnell and Mlas Cath
erine Hnell of New York.
At Iteechwood Villa: Mir. II. lloyer.
Airs. It. SprltiKor, Mr. and Mra. .1. H.
DarlitiRton, Mir. William Dny, Mlaa 15.
J. llakor ond Mlaa Slack of New York,
BOY FINDS MRS. GRAY'S
$5,000 PEARL; KEEPS IT
Tells .liiiUro's Wifp nt M. Hef;is
He'll He I urn (Join. 1i t
Fails to Hetiirn.
Wore Nllk Hat While Trimming,
fJrrat amuaement waa caused nt Schaff
hatiaen. Rwttr.e.rland, last week by the
spectacle of the President of the Federal
Council awlminliu; ncroai the Ithlne at
tired In n frook coat and wearlni; n silk
lint, The feat war carried out for a
Mi.'. J, Clinton (iraj, wife of .liulxo
Gruy of the Court of Appeals, waited In
vain Inat nlftht nt tho Ht, IteKia, where alio
lives, for u aevcnten-ycar-old newHlny
to retm n a J5,oon pearl earrlnu which he
hud told her In the afternoon that he hud
found on Friday. Mra. Gray lost the ear
rltiR Friday afternoon while returning to
the hotel fioin Curnegle Lyceum.
Hlifl ndwrtlred a 1250 reward in a
tnnrnlnir ninier veaterilav for the IriHt
' Jewel. Yesterday afternoon n Imy came
to her apartment utid told her he had
found the earring:. Ho naked for the $250,
but ' Mra. Gray refused to give It to him
until lie brought the earring. He auld
he hud left It at home with hla mother,
but would brlnjr It nt 8 : 30 o'clock Mat
nleht. Mra. Gruy left the 1250 with tho
cashier to he Klveii to tho hoy when ho
returned the geni.
Tile hoy described the Inst article so
accurately that Mra. Gruy wan convinced
ho had It and told Judge Gray that aha
would gel It last night,
Thn boy'a failure to keep his promise
to Mr. Gray caused the belief that when
he went home and dcfcrlbed Mia. Gray' a
apartment lo IiIh mother he una per
miadcd to hold out for ,1 greater reward,
Mra. Gray would not any that lw would
notify Police Headquarters about the
case, hut It Is expected that detectives
villi be, put on the trail of the loy very
hooii if he does not appear at the hotel.
In addition to ii larKe m.irlilo shnpcil
pearl In Mra. Gray's earring there was
a diamond pendant.
Mrs. Gray and Judge Gray aic greatly
distressed over the Ions because the ear
rliiB la valued for ceiitlmental iva-sons.
NINE KINDS OF HOLES IN AIR.
Filer' PerlU Deaerlbeil In Smllh
invUn II r port Juat Out,
Wasiiinotom, Nov, IT.. Among tho Im
portant p.ipiira Included In tho Smith
Minliin report for 1812 Just Issued la one
by W, J, llumphres, professor of
meteorological physics In the United
Htatea Weather llureati, which will be of
interest nnd practical value to aviators
and Undents of mechanical night.
It Is Illustrated and la entitled "Holes
In the Air," This la of course u phrase
coined by itvlnlora to provide n name for
certain dnngoroua phenomena. Actual
holea.rould not exist since the surrounding
air would rush In and till them with a
velocity of about "50 miles an hour ut
ordinary tcmpcrnttire.t and tho avlutor
could never got Into audi a hole If It did
The author explains the nature of the
nine known typea of atmospheric, condi
tions, which he groups under two heads,
the vertical and tho horlxontal group.
After carefully covering the dancers re
sulting from such atmospheric conditions
Prof, Ilurnplueja concludes Ida article
with the following note :
"All the above aources of danger,
whether near thn surface like the break
ers, the torrents and the eddies, or well up
like the blllowa and the wind sheet, aro
less mid le.is effective lis the apeed of the
aeroplane I? Increased, Hut this does not
mean that the avvlftest machine neces
sarily la the safesl. There are nuemroua
other I'nctora to be considered, tind tho
prnblrin of minimum danger or maximum
safety. If the neroiiaiit Insists, can only
he solved by u proper combination ot
theory and practice, of sound reasoning
and Intelligent experimentation,"
HERRON SELLS JERSEY ESTATE.
Mrtuchen When Ills Way
Murrylna; Waa Criticised.
METL-riiK.v, N. ,I Nov. 15. Pr-jf
Geoigo lleiron give tltln t) his 235 aeto
estate to-day to Walter Wiltlnum of
Mitiichtii, who la said to have jmih
M75.000 for tho ptoperty, which Is onn
of the ahow plicoH of this region, Mr.
WIIII iiih will ndl It to his adjoining e.
tnti of seventy-live acres
Prof. Horron irentrd n stnsjten when
ho took Miss Carile Rand, a wealthy
woninn, as his comimilon hv what h
teimed it new nnd simple form of mar
riage ceremony, It wus h!a Intention to
sturt a colonv of xni'lallbts In Metuchen
but the rslontH 'owed such hostility
towartl him and hla wife that hi went
to Italy, whire ho Is now living Three
yiiirs ago lo rune lack for a visit, and
tlm Mayor, mlnl era and prominent
townsfolk gve him friendly welcome.
GREET DENIES INSULT TO FLAG. rilUr' ""' "f these oc.-ui
... , - - -- , I" di'T Illinium The ilmires. the no
Ilia I'lnjer All Amri leiuis will vatlon coiuiniloii m, Ik m vlrdii.i'
C'nmplnln lo Prrslilenl Wilson. 1 !'f !'"' which prohlhits the lak.m,
, ., . buck with Inn us shorter than lour it
Hen Greet Is now in the white.- or M Un Octob. r 17. Willlum s. l ew
discontent beo.iiu.se one of his companies I guide of Tupper Luke was f-.t ilh
producing .Sh.ikespe.irliin pl.iyti was nc i at Sh.utick Clearing near Aic
cased of Insulting the American llag in ' 1 hoin.is l..inrence. u .,. Vnr''
no ha a place than Klrksvllle, Mo. .Mr , portsniaii, who thought he ,H i
Greet was not with the lien Greet Play, tat a deer, although he had limited I.
w n tour, lie remained in New York I M'asons In the woeds,
preparing other companies for the road, I Cu November .1 Wiiller Vnllier
He said yesterday: guide, was killed by n nhot llre.l I
i lejirTico yeMeriiay mat my
was licensed of lowering tho American
flag nt a performance In the auditorium of
the normal school in Klrksvllle, Mo. Tlm
headllnw In Missouri p.ipeis an Id; 'Hug.
llsh Actors Inault American Flag!'
"I wired my manager: 'What ilnes all
this mean?' Ho wired hack that it waa
all n tlrsue of lies. The principal of the
school, a Mr, Klike, invented It nil, Ah
a matter of fact twelve of the aclom in
tho company are Amoricaiif, and only one,
tho manager, la an Englishman,
"1 nm going lo take the matter up with
Piesldent WIUou. The false charge that
English actor Insulted the American Hag
Hhuuld not go unnoticed,"
DEER SEASON LESS FATAL.
OitIiib- .e l.un Only Pr.
on Are Hilled.
Aliiany. Nov. 15. Only two men wore
killed by hunters who mistook them for
deer during the season which ended to
night, according to a statement given out
by the Htate conservation commission.
Heporta from the 125 game protectors
how that so far this fall Ihere have been
nineteen fatal hunting accidents iu the
own son ut ,tnr Lake in St
tin October l.t, Warner IIiikrh m
flu's Mills, was Ini'tiuitly kill. I p
friend, Grover Spencer, who Urn
deer, missed It am lit I his n
whom he diil not see on the eppi ,'
"f the Hall. The bullet MltnK
Giles Jones of Turin, while
decr. was killed by a bullet lion '
r'Me. which wae accidentally nr,.,
way unknown. Frank Holm, m-
duck guide, was fatally wounih I i
gone le llioiiUh.nl of New oi l,
gun, which the latter was h i.
p.iratory to starting on a deer l ip
Tile fatalities which had milium:
with deer liuutliig were. Tin v i
Knst Hiiltalo, iiged l'j , Ja i,r
Soniini, uged IX; Walter Gardm
N. Y. ; Hubert Watson. Ilormll i.
Slrlus w. Parser, Putnam ,itn
.lesalo Packer, aged 2y. South v
Omar M,icke, Flat Creel, Col- i
town of llurke. Frederick t II
age 15, .Iamealllo; George I' m
Hiitterdani . .Mi rle Trempcr
Itillh ltowley, aged 1, I'l.nc
aged lii: Harry llottr, W.itciloc ,inl l.
Louise Clurk, aged 7,
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