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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1913. BOOTH BROTHERS TO . MEET TO-MORROW Would Have Hud Reunion Kni'lici. but l.cttci' Sent Whs Nnl Heeoivetl. WKUO.MK TO IMtA.M WKLL Honors Kvlcmloil liy Mnvoi Kline in IMtsciht of 2,5110 Army MpiiiImm. NO RUSH FOR OPERA TICKETS. tt whs (illlrlally nniioutu oil liint i'V nine lit the liiMilituiirtcrH of tli" Volunteers of Aiticrlni. .14 West Thirty-eighth street, Hint :.!. Halllimton Hootli, lomniuiuler-lii-rlilcf of tlif Volunteers, and his lirothrr. tlen. Hramwell Hootli, ooinirmnder-ln-clilef of the Salvation Army, will h:ie their lone tlefirrril reunion to-motiovv. It In likely that tin- brother woulil hate rlacixd hands hifore hut for n letter that went iintraj. It was said sit Halva Hon Army headiiuarters, i" West Four teenth ttreet. tlyut this litter wns sent hy lien. Hramwell to Urn. H.'llliiston a week .iko, hut lien. lt.illliiRton had failed to answer II, and runeiUently It was not Known whether tlwre would he u meeting. Hen. H;illltii;ton Ilnnth's Herniary ex plained that the litter wa:i addressed to the liem-nil's home a. .Vlontil.ilr. hut the Volunteers t ommaiider had not liecn there slnn- its arriv.il and It was forwarded to him. lie. however, had not rieilvil It. and 11 as HUSKesled lh.it :t iniRlit h.ie heeu lost In transit. The Mvretary raid that the meeting of the lirntlieis will he strictly private. Weleontr at the l.'lty Hull. Father Knlrkerhoekcr took off his hat to the Salvation Army esterday and cor dially welcomed the rommander-lti-chief of the sreat orsanliatlon at a recep tion at the nty Hall. The ofllclal honori were ritendei'. ' Mayor Kline In the pren'iice of S.r.no army workers and u blc ciowd of people Hanking the rnults on the pla.a i!i n Month rode to the City Hall In un ntltotnohlli r.t the luad of tin dlvlplotn of soldiers, tin- first of which was made up of the higher olncers of the Salvation Arm, majors, colonels and brigadiers. Kaeli ilMsion had u hapd of Its own, and the marchers. In regulation uniforms with ted hands on their hats, nude a striking spectacle as they rarrUd small American Hans .mil kept step to the strulns of 'I'nvi'inl. fhrhthin Soldier.." Jn. Hootli cot out of the line at the end of tne plar..i and reviewed the parade, lifter which he and his sister. Miss llvii I tooth, head of the army In this country, entcied the City Hall, where they were warmly urectnl by Major Kline In the At:ivor's rrcentliiu room. There was much enthusiasm a few min utes later when the. three appealed on the steps of the I'ity Hall, ths Salvation Army lads and lassies v.viiib wun tne test of the crowd to rheer the loudest. Mayor Kline, addressing lien. Honth, who iirrlveil In this city on Thursday after ti In to I'.in.nlii and the middle west Mnl-ni-rlbers Call for Only Hall Thniie Previously Paid For. About one-half of the 53,00n worth of Metroimlltan Opera season tickets whljh were turned over on Friday by the Met ropolitan Trut Company to Tyson Co., tloket agents, were railed for yesterday by the subscribers who paid for them several weeks ago. The other tickets re mained on the shelves of the ticket agency waiting for the subscribers to call. There was. however, no great rush, as the sub scribers now are convinced that the tick ets can be hud In tlmo for any perform ance. Flunk D. 1'avey, lawyer, of 32 Nassau street, said he had not received his ticket, but was In no hurry to recover It, as h? attended the Thursday evening perform ance. It was teg.irdcd as likely yesteidy Hint the proceedings before Magistrate Deuel, which have been adjourned until to-morrow, will end without further trouble. Mr. l'avey said he would he leady to argue for the dismissal of tin pioceedlngs against Tyson & Co. Hertram Cruger, treasurer of the Met ropolltan Trust Company, pen.l the greater part of yesterday afternoon In the otllces of Tyson & Co. He was thought to he looking after the Interests of the trust company, which made an arrange ment with the ticket agency on Friday by which the tickets were leler-.fil. Tho trut company would not discuss the na ture of the arningt'ment. jTURKEYS TO RETAIL AT 28 CENTS A POUND I'lils Is a Drop From Lust Ycni When tho Prirn Vs ilO to 35 Cents. MANY SPOILED HY UK AT New York Will Consume 1,100,. 000 on Thursiln.v. "Whole sale Cost $2,120,4)00. MORMON PLURAL WIFE FIRST WOMAN SENATOR Mo. Itobinson. Iwnvimiker. Tell! of Predecessor litis ,mv Opinion of Men. State Senator Helen King Robinson of Colorado has dlscoveled that she : not the "only woman Senator." The first was elected In Utah many years ago," she told her audience III 111.' Hudson Theatre yesterday morning. Msrtha Cannon was a plural wife and when ITtah became a State she was put away with other plural wives. Hut she did not stay put. She ran for the Senate against her late husband, and heat him two to one. "Sh probably made a better Senator than he would have made. too. for men are far too hysterical and emotional to itL with politics, as a few months Ir. any Senate would convince any woman, I have already found half a dozen women In one town of New York State who would make better Senators than any man I ever saw. "They will be elected, too. as soon .i the men realize what a help they will be In the sphere of politics. "We don't call voting a spheie In Colorado anv more, however. We would as soon rail It a parallclnplpedou. Tho women out -there know that they can't turn on the kitchen faucet without bring ing politics into their homes, and that every garbage can Is a spheie entirely surrounded by politics ! "They have added the three d's to the four us every American woman puis clothes with the Kaiser's children, cook ing and church hut at home we an lurking after the d-pendants, dcllnquenta 11 l. Ill "llltllltl .111.1 .11'' lIHi.i.n -- , - , l;ve I. In. a most orrtlal welcome "as the I and defectives, as women have aiu, nrad of that KH.it organization wliicli was founded and lmllt up by .vour distinguished .ithcr" He thanked lien. Booth on be half of the people of New Yoik for the criat wmk the army has done for the benefit of those who haw- met with ad erslt and misfortune rtepling. lien. Honth shIi! that al though' he was a stranger to the I'lilted States the Maoi had been so kind, so Kenerous and so hcait In his greeting that he felt very much .it home. "In giving me this splendid reception." he wild, "oii have confirm! an honor upon mo which will he deeply appreciated even Salvation Armv adherent In the w'orld. 'l take It not ns :i personal trib ute, but as a tribute to th Salvation Armv and the tilings for which It rtands." The parade 1" the City Hull startnl fio'ii Hudson and llc.ide streets, near the Chambers street .lev.ite.l statlor 3.304 OHIO SALOONS MUST CLOSE. ,eir I, an ine llllo I'.flVrt. but Keep- era Will lrf It. rVlLl'MBlP, llllo, No. Si Ohio to illsiil saw "."01 of its saloons go out of business. If tlie salonit.sts thus alfected under Ohio's new llimr license law lim iting the numb"r of saloons to one for every ."00 of population open their doors Mnnil.'o they face prosecution and heavy Un..-. M.inv of thein. however, to-night epi.-sd their Intention to submit to arrest and tight tne new law. They dial 1 use its constitutionality. The contest undoubted!) will be carried to the Supreme I'oillt of the I'lilted Slates. Ohio's courts tli-st, however, will lie burdened for months with Ihiuor license aaes. Four hundred saloon men In Cincinnati have fnrinri! an association to tight the new law. All will submit to arnst Mini lav, A legal campaign has been mapped out and ball will b provided for those members sWit ' to Jail tor their offence. Similar situations mint In Toledo, Cleve lard, Columbus nnd idler cities. Several State colli Is already have nassed cm the law. holding it constitu tional. Attortiey-iieneial Hogan sal.1 eceiy function of the State police power would be brought Into plav If the Inil vldual communities refused to act. MAJOR SMITH SERIOUSLY ILL. MTrrlary f lh- I'arU lliinrd lirn I'roin lllllles Ms Months. Maior Clinton II. Smith, secretary of the I'ark Hoard, has beep absent from his, dek 111 the arsenal III Central l'ark for six months becausu of Illness. It was leported yesterday that his condition had icacheil a stage that caused alarm to Ida family. What was said to be a carbuncle ap pealed on the back of his neck several years ago. Two operations for Its re moval weie undertaken, but he got no better. He was assistant secretary of the Paik Hoard at the time of tile Spanish-American war and went to the front ns Lieutenant-Colonel of the Seventy-first Hegl Hint. On May 1, IS39, Theodore Roose velt, then (iovernor, ordered him before a board of examiners who recommended bis dismissal and the? t iovernor approved, but the Appellate. Division of the Supreme Court reinstated him. Hark Commissioner Heniy Smith dis missed him toward the close of the Mc Clellan administration. Mayor Gay nor directed Commissioner Stover to reinstate lilm and thia was done. done In every century but tills. "In fact, we haw a true democracy in Colorado. Instead of the .bifurcated demociacy that you have in New York." MORE ROOM FOR U. S. COURTS. Spniunr ll'tiiirmn n tn Present Hill for Larger Quarters. If Congress passes the bill which Sena toi o'cioriuait will piesent nt the opening of the session In Pecenibcr tnimeiiiate ar rangements will be made for renting two large rooms 111 the Woolworth Hullding for snerlnl parts of the I'lilted States District Court for the trial of equity eases exclusively. Offices will also be leased in the srwic budding to be used as chambers for all th United States District Court Judges, whose old quarters in the Federal HiilMing. i p poslte, will be torn out to mal-e uv.e for two additional court rooms there. The bill provides for an apjirop: .i.tlo.i of Jino.Oftrt and was drawn up bv t'i Judges in this district and United Stite District Attorney H. Snow-den Marshall, the former law partner of Sen i. or o'l.or man. It Is part of the new Federal .-rov tutor's Plan for catching up with the calendar of criminal cases. When the tlener.il Host n,ti-o move uptown In March another loi.' in the Federal Hulldlns will he turned o er 'o the Department of Justice, but it v. ill take several months more to cnavt.t the acquired space Into court o.nnr. .Mr Marshall thinks that to win', fo- Hut would be to waste -..tillable tint" thai could be used In cleaning up the cilendtr. "When 1 took office there o-j several hundred old Indictments to be tried,' said Mr. Marshall esterday. "This if course was not the fault of inv predeces sor. Mr. Wise. On the contrary. It was a tribute to Ids zeal and ability as a. prose cutor, but he was hampered by the same thing that we face lack of court rooms and lack of Judges. "To make up for the latter handicap I had a law passed by Congress on Oc tober 3 providing for the designation of Federal Judges from any part of thu country to sit In the courts here. "Hut now that we have the Judges we find that we have no court rooms, so to rectify that error we want to hire addi tional rooms in some nearby building, preferably the Woolworth Hullding. "A number of cases, espe?lally the mall fraud prosecutions, will mean lengthy trials One will take every lilt of two mouths, hut If we're able to put our plan thioiigh the slate will be rubbed clean in a short time, and thereafter we'll en deavor to nialio a practice of trying pris oners two mouths after their Indictment at the latest." Tut key expeils say that the great American bird will probably retail at IS cents a pound on the day before Thanhs (riving. This will be a drop from Hi prices of last year, when Thanksgiving tuikeys sold at 30 and 35 cents u pound, In Washington Market yesterday prices ranged from 25 to 28 cents. But yoj could pay as high as S3 cents for dry picked Maryland birds If you felt so disposed. The best tuike.vs will undoubtedly be found In the retail markets on Wednes day, the best day to pick out our Thanksgiving dinner If you are wise and do not mind getting Jammed In a crowd of housewives all anxious to buy tender turkeys. Kemcniber that a flexible breast bone Indicates that n turkey probably Is tender, although oil will have to takn your chances on tisithsomciiess. Manv of the turkeys which arrived last week suffered from the wuim weather mil caused the dealers much anguish of mind. Not In years have the receivers of turkeys on a Saturday before Thanks giving been so disappointed and uncertain as at the close of business yesterday. Maar Turkeys Spoil. As a rule the great bulk of Thanks giving turkeys are received and sold on the Saturday preceding th holiday. Weather conditions have been such In and around New York, the greatest con suming centre, that not one carload of perfect dry picked turkeys. Hie choicest of stock, has been received. Fully two- thirds of the dry picked turkeys that came In showed n greenish tinge. Indi cating decay, which Is known In the trade as "struck green." Although ship pers packed In Ice because of the warm weather, they did not succeed In saving their stock. Kvery fourth bird In lee showed signs that the animal heat wa not out of the carcass when it was shipped. Tim Hoard of Health detailed live extra Inspectors to watch the receipt of tutkcs and prevent bud stock from being placed on sale. The Inspectors Instructed receivers to throw, "struck green" birds aside and mark thein "Health Board" for future Inspection and disposal. Tho receipts up to Saturday night were the smallest known in ninny e.irs for the week before Thanksgiving. The quality also was poor, the blids showing mere bones than inc.it. More Hlrds fnmliiK Tn-ttlaal. Ow.ng to the prevailing warm weather the principal killing In the turkey sec tions within twenty-lour nouis oi revv Yoik was not done until last Saturday. This.. Mills will get here by express to night. The bulk of the turkeys from moie distant points will not arrive until Tuesday Out of town buyeis who are In the habit of getting their turkeys on Satur isv held off yesterday for the better grados which ate expected to-morrow and TiKsdsy. i in .iter New York needs about 1.100. nno dressed tuikes for the ordinal y Thanksgiving trade. That means about U.finn.nun pounds The wholesale cost or New York's Thanksgiving dinner for turkevs alone at an evrrage of 22 cents a poiind will therefore be 2.42.n0. l.he tuike.vs are demanded by the Hcbrw population Last season fottv fOlld ears of live birds came In. It Is ex oectei that at least fifty cars will ar ,ive b Tuesday, Thus far onl.v a dozen carlo.iils have l"ien received. Wholesale prh eg closed yesterday nt IS ents a pound, with the prospect nt the price n untitling tin- same this wctk unless the suppl is less than exepcrted As this Is poultry week and people's Uii'iiKhts turn to chickens and turk'vs nu ills have take.i a slight drop. SHIPPING TO AID OAYN0R FUND, December IO to He Maritime Day NuB-gratlou for Memorial, December 10 will be a Maritime Uannr Day, on which a percentage of the re ceipts of Isiats In New York harbor will be contributed toward tho Mayor (laynor, icinoiiai riiiui, i.otiiiiionoie i red u. Valatll will be In charge. ill'-' hist suggestion us tn what form the memorial ahull take is u pavilion In onion hnuaie. to tw open on all sides and lo Iiiimi mi effect of exceptional archlteo iiirnl bfHuty for audiences that may gather there for discussion of public lopics .lames Spcei. tieasuier of the fund, DENIES TRANSOCEANIC PHONE. (ioliUehmtdt's Chief Kimlneer S ,o Mensip Was Heeelxed. Tl'ckkrton', N, J Nov. 22. l'nille Mayer, chief engineer of the Ooldsclnnldt wireless system In this country, denied to-day that tho stntloii heie had received a wireless telephone tnessago from over the Atlantic. .Mr. Mayer was suriulsed to read In the newspapers this morning that a cable despatch from lierlln said theie was communication by wireless telephone be tween Neustadt, Hanover, and Tuckerlon on October ... This statement wai credited to Rent- Admiral Kmsmann, di rector of the Loreni Engineering Com pany, who said that a coherent inessatte was transmitted from the company s stic tion at Neustadt to the Goldschmlilt sta lion nere on tno coast or New Jersey, i dlslunco of nearly 4,000 miles. "It Is a mistake." Bald Mr. Mayer to day. "Our station here has had no wire less telephone message from Hanover. Wo have never had one, but wireless tele graph messages we are getting all tho time now. The last one was two days ago. They come threo or four times ,t ween nnu are perfectly transmitted The wireless station here of the system founded by Dr. floldschinldt, a (lermuo electrician who formerly was designing electrician in America for the Westing house company, has a tower 800 feet nign. Tne station at Neustadt has similar tower. There seems to be a mjslery In the wireisa telephone rumors. II lias now ART LECTURE PLAN EXTENDED. Hoard of Cdnentliin Will Snpplrment ('nurse on iri-hllerlnrr. Ill extension of Its plan to edurate the adults of the city In appreciation of art bv means of public lectures the Hoard of Education announces that It wilt supph -inent the course on "The Architecture of -,., -liie." elven bv I'rof. A. D. F Hamlin of Columbia at Wadleigh Highj School. 11 ltd street and Seventh avenue. with a series of special lectures on sniinai toples. Next Wednesday Joseph M Tilden will lecture on "The History of Architec ture ns Seen in New York Hulldlngs." This will be followed by two lectures by John (Ml.icv Adams and will lie on- cluded with a talk on "The City Beautiful by Arthur A. Stoughton. The board will also continue me ,n course," oil art HOW liemj; nrmni.i l.ouls Weinberg or tne Louege oi mc .ij of New York on "The Art Spirit of the Noilh" at the I'ublle I.lbrar.v. 121 K.tst Fifty-eighth stieet. on Saturday evenings and by Alexander T Van l.aer on I n History of fainting" at Cooper t nlon. Thlr'i avenue and Eighth stieet. on Wednesdays. The lectures for the week follow. Wednesday evening. 'Tainting In France." fourth of a course on "The His tory of I'alntliig." by Alexander T. Van l.arr, at Cooper Union Third avenue and Eighth street. j Friday evening. "History of Archltec-1 ture as Seen In New York city Buildings." Joseph M. TUden at Wadleigh High I School, IMth atrcet and Seventh avenue, I pt.ulllday eveillllK. i-uinnm nini inn Art of the English." third In a conn" on "The Art Spirit of tho North." Louis Weinberg of the College of the City of New York at -the Public. l,lbr.ir. 121 East Fifty-eighth stieet. CHURCHILL WRITES TO MAYOR Letter Said to lie llpfrni'r Altai list Mailer's Criticism. Thunias Y. Chutchlll, president of the Hoard of Education, who was the taiget for an attack by Nicholas Murray Hutler and other critics of the present regime, in the public schools, has wiltten a letter to Mayor Kline In which, It U said, lie takes up In detail the charges that were made against him and presents facts to dls provo them. The letter will not he made public until after It reaches the Mayor. John II. Hnaien. Edward 11. Shallow and Andrew W. Edson, associate super intendents of schools, were, asked yester day to tell whether In their cxpeilence Mr. Churchill and his associates on the present Hoard of Education had done anything to "weaken or to nullify the authority and the responsibility of the professions! otll cers of the school system for the purely scholastic work of the schools," as tho Hutler letter charged. Tho three superintendents said lliey didn't want to take sides In Hie contest that Is now going on between the friends mrtMnintsMRai mMuiumwnui Toyland is Open. Brine I he children before the lloliduy rush begins. I liotis;iiui ol loys, linines, etc See the hii Tank, the Aiiiiu.il GiRcs and the S4S0 Iilectric RatlWnA. Fifth Moor. I R. H. Mty A Co.-f Attraction Ara Their Low Prtea. r0 .V. 1 V75SvV7 A A XWIV jjj mmm mm nirim siqunrv B'way,34thto35thSt. IHMW!!!KSKIS3 Tailored Suits Reduced. Nearlv 300 Suits in the smartest models of the f,i- Mill. Sizes .11 to 44. Suit that were ?J4.7S to $.1.1.75. $17.74. Suits that ure 539.75 lo JW.7S, $Z8.75. m JfaJ 1 i JtV HAND-EMBROIDERED FRENCH UNDERWEAR riieprottiost KarnieiiU iiii.iKin able, fashioned ot suit, sheer but serviceable nainsooks and b,i tistcs. finely hand-embroidered in effective pattern-, and hand made in evcrj tinv perfect stitch. Rtt.' etlses of lace tinisli the simple garments and more elaborate laces Unit the liner pieces. French Chemise 99c Other stles up lo $7.21. French been reported on two occasions that wire- of Hupt. William II. Maswell and Mr.1 I t 99c r.inuiR to $8.94. $1.98 Drawers Finer qualities French Combinations More elaborate trimmed rninhina tions up to $11.89. Gowns $1.79 Exteiwve aortment.s ranging from simple stales to those effectively trimmed and hand-embroidered. Priced up to $22.89. French QQ Corset Covers "SJC Prettily embroidered vt le up to $7.24. ' French Petticoats I l.ilulsnnl,lv ll.-illii i.mhmtffpr,! Petticoats ratiguiR to $13.49. This shipment- specially pur chased is offered at very special prices for holiday gift purposes. m A direct representatite o) (he a S General Manager's Office on gj eury floor. Ask. to be directed S el to the Floor Superintendent i M B there is any dissatisjaction oj 1 any k.ind u halsoerer in connec- (ion with any transaction. m u.mKWK!RWffBSaHWBSB2 Fashionable FUR COATS & SETS At Greaih REDUCED Trices t A seasonable sale ot reliable luir Garments and Noveltv sets ( at prices ver much less than Maa's usual "Lowest-in-tlie-Citv price--. The purchase of Furs at Macy's is alwa s satisfactors . for qualities are strictK as represented, pelts are perfectly matched before making tli?, and styles are invariably the smartest of the season. While the Furs advertised are all very moderately priced, Macy's boasts of superb collection of imported nnd domestic Fur Coats tn finer pelts, ranging in price up to $1274.00 tor regal garment of Alaska Sealskin. Near Seal Coats tQO 7C (Dyed Coney), yov.io Macy's price was $49.75 M retain hue model. o illuilraltj. with very deep collar effect. Moire Caracul Coat A r (Whole Skins), $46.75 Fashionable model on new lines: made of Hat. perfecth matched entire skins: rich black. Persian Lamb Coats Leipsic Dyed, l:ceptioiiallv handsome garments -con.servalive l.isht weight selected skins of medium Hat curl. $249.00 in stjlt-, but very modish $1.98 Perfectly MATCHED Fur Sets Very SPECIAL vi I eadiels. $6.94 Caracul Set. $19.74 Smart r.oveln scarf and half- Shawl neckpiece of smart style: barrel inuii. ' large pillow muff. Ca Set. $24.74 Clear b'ack and white novelty scarf; half-barrel muff. fTL. $7.49 Snake scarf effect: pillow mulf. I'rnihed with head and brush. Black. French Coney Sets, Clever cr.at effect pillow muff. Natural tlC 7 A Raccoon Set. $10. 4 Flffecme animal scarf and half- barrel mull". Natural Skunk. Set. Smart novelty muff. $42.75 'arf and trimmed Black, or Blue IVol) Sets. straight animal scan, pi mulf with head anil brush. $15.74 $8.49 and large 2f:t $20.00 to $25.00 WINTER COATS, Very Special, $14.74 collection of 11') handsome Coats, purchased e.speciallyt for this sale, in cludes the 'eason's" smartest models m -such desirable fabrics a-:- - BOI CL0S. in black, taupe and nav Nile. lUADERE CLOTH, in taupe or Iti mil, H' PIPED BOLCLES. in black-aiul-iTeen or black-atid-blue. 'Of)L Pl.t SI I. in tan. taupe or phuii colr. The-'1 g.fments. cu' on the most lasluonable ini-. .ire in lenutli euects, s.mii lined through out, ami with regulation or kimono sleeves. !l . re plush trimmed, with deep collars and CM-. and 'asteil with large t.incv ornaments. One of the main models - repreen'ed in the .-NMirtmeiit is illustrattJ. All are eo.uall modish n, sf It third rioiir. Brodm. $27.75 A $47.75 f INFANTS' Cloth COATS ThatWere$5.94Now$3. f Moleskin Set. $29.75 Long, straight scarf and half barrel muff. Silvered 1 Wolf Set. Lone annua scarf; Ijro' pi mulf, head nnd brush I'tiwtd Black Lynx . .c Cat Set, $34.75 Novel .mural scarf effect large hillf-barrel muff. Silvered 1 Kit Fox Set. and 1 Shaped scarf and uoult head and brush trimmed l iner Fur Sets, ranging up to $134.00 for a set of Canadian 1 1 lu-r. in rich dark natural coloring I hint rioiir, lima llrn.de. h.i NECKLACES of Exquisite Reproduced PEARLS I hesel il!us!rclcd. wonderfiillv clew repiodiKtion of the famous Mas Ma.ver IV.irl Siring valued at So50.(Kx. concerning which there v is so muJi published in the newspapers receilllv . I consists of so pearls, tin largest being about to ' i inch mi I'l.-M.iftcr and wadui'ied .is shown, 'rhe- e n-producisl pi"iris .,ro of esoi.isito Orient 'il color mane to our special ord.T lv lopa-t I reres oi I'.iris. The Pope or Mritig is mounted wi'h a St rt,. SKer Clasp, e: with a Navctie shaije white stone of escelknt ji alitv, made to look like a superb brilliant. 1Z-1.UU. In iri. or biowu soft finish cheviot. Irim little (ji.its for tots of . to 5 years, elct makes the round collar, cuffs ami wide low -e' K" and tiny velvet bullous trim this warmly interlined and well lined g.n mcnt. Infants' Bouclc Coats Thai Were $7.49. now In n.ivv and brown heav.v iiuahtv bouclc cloth. v.aritiF, inte-tin-and liueK luuil Croats, in sies J to 5 ears. Oeep pointed collar, cui and cravat of black velvet, piped with" light blue or tan satin. Infants Wool Plush Coats. Were SI 1.49. now lo Dc-lii blue and o'd rose, soft, light, warm Coats of line vukj- plu interlined .mil lu"si. I'uwl anil tntiimeJ with black sols Si -to 5 ' ears. r-Infants Plush Hats, Special 99c I Sits . to S e.ir, Tailored e'tects with 'itched brim-, k.i'hi I band, and lk Irni.ig Disirable colorings, . Infanls' nrar llpp'l, rhlrd floor. .'I5lh M.. Ilrar . $4.96 $9.39 7? ENGRA VED Toilet Sets of & Pyralin IVORY f Various other beatili'ul Popes of Pearls "are shown: one. for in stance, at $4S.iO, is a close copv of that above descritvd but not iiite so line in (U;ilil, though a most tieautiful Necklace. At $74.50 there are itSst two of the li'iiious ecelior Oriental Pearl Nivklacis. which are cstrenielv close in appearance to the real Pearls. The graduating and color ings are esiiuisite. Mounted with Platinum Clasp.-. TOILET Sets Jrom FRANCE. $6.29 Hair Brwh. I'leViil ro.ls of pi re whit'1 bustles. Plain back. Drains Comh. I'.lgllt-llicll. Ml cairse, or coarse ,md line hand finished teeth. un. Miirnr. Ping o'r straight handk. French Iwveleil S'.- in. glass. We will engrave sour monorai to sour special order in the sum stvle as is shown -without ctra charge -lipull ans of the ,5-piest "lsors" Toilet Sets, listed below, from date until December loth, Delivers for Xmiis, VI Hill rinnr, Ural Pyralin IVORY TOILET SETS. $3. 96 Hair Brush. I. 'level! lows (,l ( brisilis. Heavv back. Drcssint Com, Flgllt-lllh. v A Wide variety of other Pearl Necklaces at the following prices: Mail's rrli $9.89 IV H btruigs. $8.49 IV.irl Strings, $5.89 Pearl Strings. $3.49 iv.it I Strings. $2.49 Pearl Stung-. ITIir I Jsrii hrrr SI 5.00 SUMM) S7.00 S5.00 S..5() Mr' I'rlre $1.89 Pearl Strings. $1.49 IVarl Slnngs, 99c Pearl Strings. 49c IVarl Strings, I'rlio I l-pwhrr. gJ.SO S-'.OO SI. 5(1 SI .00 The occasion for the difference in the price is the difference in the lengths, vvhn.li range from IKto-'S inches; theiiualitv, 'lie lustre and color of the PearK: the iiioiiu'ings. which are platinum, and the stone settings oi tlie mountings, M.tn Floor, nlrr. "CHOCOLAT Marquisette" Confections de Luxe lb- 79c 1'iciiesr, puitst, most uencious ot an i.anaie. "(.hocolat Marquisette" in the d.iinty ribbon-tied round lioses Ullu:lrat:J) is confectionery of the very choicest type. In each pound, 41 distinct ftacen are represented, the centres so finely assorted that each chocolate is a "surprise" to the palate and a delight. FRl-NCH STY LI; CHOCOLATF. smooth, per fectly blended and but moderately sweet, thickly coats each delicious Confection. F'ach pound of candy perfectly packed, with each separate piece in its criniKil paper case; the box containers, silver tongs and ribbon not in cluded in the weight. For gilt purposes "Chocolat Marquisette" i. the ideal Candv. Pure, wholesome anil more delicious than any other Chocolates sold at anj where near this price. In the New Candy Shop Main Floor, Rear, Centre. fTiavu'a-fl Pyralin IVORY TOILET SETS. $3.48 llaii Buish. Mas 1 row.sof gwid Hii.ilii.v bristles Diessint Com Fight IIK'll. Coarse and line teeth Hand Minor. Straight handle, with t ',-in. bevel niiriur. hand-finished coarse and line tt Hand Miiiot. Straight h.il 1 and o iiich Ivveled plate tiurr. Puralin IVORY TOILET SETS.- $4.96 Hair Biush. Fleven row long, pure white bristles in he back. Dressmt Comb. I'Str.i wide. . with hand-linisied coarse .ik! teeth. Hand Mirror. straight h.indk, and o-iii. bevel mirror, A uondetjul auortmtnt ol 'loilet Ware in the Department , M F'loor, Rear. Included is "Ivorv" ware from lingland (wood luUd at "Lowest-in-the-C'.itv " prices. Solid "Ivory" ware, not UMiallv show elsewhere, at low prices: French, German and Pvrahn "Ivorv" w ' both plain and decorated. Sterling Silver deposit upon Pyralin Ivoiv Macy invention not obtainable elsewhere i Si 0! K P. li IE Srronil Flour, arilh SI,. Ilr.ir. !C lught smart new stales, niadetroi i the linest selected leatheis, Lati ' ,1: lusts, featuring the: , $ Lont Fame Narrow Tot tilth Arch Cuban Louu Hfrl K Patent coltskin vamps with 1,k and tops ot K Taupt or braicn sutde $ or nary Hut cloth. 5; Gun-metal vamps with b.ivivs nd '4 tops 01 tup, fray sutit. WOMEN'S $6.00 Dress SHOES Special $4.96 Patent coltskin and gun-metal tun, full fused styles with top K calf '. it: Blach lth r dull leather ti " rowivsvi it, mo. -.'u to iiate.