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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1915.
OHIO OFFERS FOUR SONS FOR PRESIDENT TIT TTT 7TP TTT IT TW TT 7JTX TT TP TT TP Till 711 7TT TTV 7TT 71 . R. H. Marv & Co.'s Attractions Arc Their Law Pnres. SHOPPERS consider the moving stairway one of the greatest comforts at Macy's. For going from one floor to another, they are far better than the elevators. Quick, aafe. convenient never crowded, al ways running. Use them the next time you come to Macy's. Store Hours: During August the store is open from 8. 30 to 5. 30 P. M. On Saturdays from 8:30 to 12 Noon. THE season for furs will soon be here but fur fashions have changed. Macy's Fur Repair Department will transform your last season's furs into the modes of the present at a very moderate cost. Skilled work low charges furs delivered promptly or stored. Mary's - Third Floor. Leaoe films fordcicl oping and printing al Main Floor Camera Counter or Fifth Floor Camera Department. 16 Til FT iTcnirk. Barton, Willi nnl Harding An All in the Re publican Race. FIGHT FOR srna TORflH I P Herald Square, B'dway, 34th to 15th S. Omi.i msi s. nhto. Au -'t Ohio If 11 workoil up s .ir ahfinl of PresliliMi tlsl fr j a rrsisjt of the etMtOfrMry in plus Of r;i r 1 1 id n I for the RUb!l on nomination. Not fewo- tli.m fou Candidal .ir bsln "COMldtrod." whirh NIMIM I h:i r thrli IWSWiea r boll k k.t 10 ills front Wtlmver iiii f.ivorttr fori 'llm'UMlo'i i undertaken. i;hrr Stale- hae l,n:i roiii.ni 10 urge our snrh hoi i, hut Ohio Ufuall.v eon he eowMod U n to produc rvoriil. Miron T llerrick. sx-lJovtfrnT and X-Ambassador to Frntee; Theodore K. Burton, former United HtHtfn Senator till tleprssmtathe . Krank R Willis, prer-ont (Jovrrnor and ex-Keprepentn-tlve. and Warren fj, Hardin;, prenent t.'t Ited SUics Senator and Ml leu tet OlHQOVOrnofi are the four rar.li-dst-1 for PrtatdOnl n date. Karh In skirmishing to get one or more of h othera out of the way Burton If an avowed omidldnte In th" erne that durlnit his travel In the last year or no he h is not denied h,a atnhi tlon. However, he has tv t given (tit word to nil old friend- In Cleveland to get luav with a ranipainn Ku h a tnee. age l eiei ted early I: Heptemher ll that time other r.iitdl.latea douhtlee. will ee to ii -that their friends also are busy lr. MrrrlcrVs C il Herrirk rame back from Franoe some imrnths av with International plaudit rlns-ln In bit ear. Everywhere It Ml oald he would make a promIMn; Presi dential candidate. Iut he apparently dis coursed Itldl talk. A month ajro he came to Columbus to deliver a speech. After he had left political leaders with whom he talked said they were oon rineed that Herrirk waa a receptive candidate. If not an avowed one. Within the last week It liecame ap parent that 111 other candidates, after oub r.aa inquiries, were satisfied that Herruk waa mucn mire than a rocep tle candidate. They immediately busv throuarb their friends. Althounh few men In public life huvt taken at all lerluualy the talk of lov. Willi heirs I candidate for Hrwldent before the completion of one year In Bis first term a (Inventor it la ow n jeered t: at Willis himself takes hi- CM-di.la.-v seriously. If Id time twlltlcal workers know any thin of the name Willis is ar. accident or mistake in pol itics Tltev v he has oird this way ml that, has ant tKonised this clement aril that and baa incurred the tontlo ridicule even or thr men who were mo;.' cttvi In BCtlnn Mm nominated and elected as a vri 01 Senator Hardline ha not ber-n men tlone.l often as a President 11 cndi dati He was elected 10 the Senate last year, and has said nothing to Indicate that he will be a candidal. However, ha fiiends--eveiv candidal has friend who urte him to run at the nsycholoalcil tn nnent an .-t. .1 nii. f be point ing o' t Ma availability for the Prl denial Bomlnallon. This COmpUtOI r:ie iiar;t of D0O lb iitiea In the way of Ohio' favorlb tins, but it does not toll the story, Cor closly re'.ateil ihrrewlth are two I I considerations, which will have orni thine to do with determining which one. if any, of the four candidate la to have the support of nt'.io deleitaKs at til-. National Convention. Th dlgat at to be Mltctcd at a prfrntlal primal y. Tnn oiislilernllon. One ' iiie two consideration man tioned is the L'nltcd stater gcnatonhlp frum Ohio, the other conceriis the at tlvillis of a po)lllcOrllglOU oi k mi, i tion. Which, surnnaed p oih lat fall by rh pronilnani pan it took in the St. it slectlon, A isjeccaaor to Senator Atlee Pom renr, Dfmocrati is 10 b named next yea: ror the Rapubllcan nomination th, re a.e tiiree rivals -former Senator Charles luck. Ralph D. Cole ami Marr) M. Daugherty. Col I form i Rp rerciitai ive and Haulierty for many years ha- b, t n hii.. of the in st pn,n ; pent and active Kenublnana in Ohio, Th;ee yan ao he was in liu fora mot of the TaftRooaavall cotitai and later managed rh Tift campaign ia Ohio Pick for years was Senator tlan na Hi utenatit. It would noi ie at all lurprtalng If the Prwldtmlal ambition of cither Bur- ton. Hen ick ... Willtv sr sliuntcil o tho Sen itorslyjv l-t Prraldenl ami fltrtiator tharo ar evn candidal! i all. nmi obaervera polni out thai with the exception of Harding, who now is Senator, any one would b gralaful for the eonrulallon h,,nor, if a S nai.nial gwmtnatlon may b referred to as a Consolation prise. Conalderlng the general dlatlafactlon galatlng WltntfJ the part) as result Of Ihe bowing bj UOV, Willis, soe- gatlorui of ids name fu the Presidency wave been ridiculed, hut a baa been wh'spired that there Is method behind tin p-rsist ni suggest ."tis nothing ,, In fact than an (fforl to get htm out Of the way so thai a Republican ran I" nominated for llovernor who stands a chanc of cirrylbg the state in the I'M', election, Amo. IB the Willis Kit 'i t.rs last ver W re members of the polltlrOr1iglou body, who hava lnce drted him. UI thrmor, .1 II Am. .hi tlie I.i in, n- gntOovernor, who won his nomination Kipect Jly llirough I he support ,,f i , hoily, has IranUly anuoii' red h will lie a candidate for tne Hubcniiiori.il nom Ipatlon next year. Arnold is said 10 have satlslled lilin- ailf that Willi! was uurefull) reeling hi way toward landing Ohio delegate to the nntioial convention Tins was nough for him. lie Immediate!) an. noui i he would Mh ih nominal fu?- i o ernor. At present, il appears as if Willis would make a tight f,o then delegate, thus eliminating him If ai . candidate for leniini ailon. n is balivtrd ih.it the ; ally leaders, who are whispering Word or encouragement In hit I'resl deniiii anibltlun, ar.- hop fui tliut theii erauaeion w.H prevail, Then the) will get cole to withdraw as candidate for Venator and pitch In to help him set the in mi. an. hi r.,i clovernor awa from Arnold if the rcmiest for rtovrnor w re lo be between Cola and Arnold, sonis of the leaders say there can be no doubt that t lie party would hhak It If loose from the grip of the Klittooreligloua organlautlon, although It is that the latter is ginning rapidly In goamborahip Willis, nine in a itesi with such wen as Rurton, Merrick or Harding to capture ih national 4laata in a primal. v. II is ItgUred, would be Mail) liialen Then he would be done for lii poii. les, according to calculation! Hut Mill niH) s.'t these ml, Illations SkM Within 'he last f-w days his rival! 0I th I'realdetaiy were worrying oiei a report toat Willis already had iuc ceeefully dickered, through a wet ami dfy contest. f.,r III support of Hamilton Bounty leader In his play for dele Hie Hamilton aount) is th second tnosi populoui In the Sial Tlie most I dons is Cuyahoga, Ih home of both U nton ..ml ill i nek Witii t'upahuga Bp Ik) between these iwo. Willis would hav a tine lanuh on Ins rival! wre ii S.U . amors ilanolton mil Autumn Fashions Dominate the Store Helping the Bride Solve Her Trous seau Problem THE "happiest event" in a woman's life need not be marred by the anxiety that usually at tends the selection of wed ding apparel. Our Personal Shopping Service is ready to render brides-to-be, bridesmaids and wedding guests an in telligent, helpful co-operation in the choice of suit able apparel. These experts know our store and know the needs of our patrons. Combining the two, their help in your shopping becomes a pleas ure as well as an important economic advantage. To your pleasure at shop ping side by side with a sympathetic, sensible woman shopper is added the thought that you arc buying at a store whose reputation for "giving most for the money" has with stood the test of 57 years. Buying your trous seau at Macy's is an auspicious and pleas ant introduction to genuine household economy. Masl '! Personal Hheppln g Hertlre I him floor. Save Money ! Buy Amana Shaker Knit Blankets When the cold weather is here, when your teeth chatter with' the cold, that's the time you ap preciate the warmth of Amana blankets. But that is not the ideal time to bin . Ttv se who bu blankets at Macy's flaw will profit h the foresight Of our blanket buyer. He bought before" the need of Europe --ent blanket prices soaring and the thrifty housewife will follow his example b buying at Macy's to rn mow. You will probabl) find, when Winter comes, that you saved much more than you thought. Whit, lb.. 6480 in..the pair. t4 Whit- ilbs. OxMm.lhepsir. $6.24 W hitr b Ids.. 7ti8h in. .the psir. $8.94 V hat. 7 lbs.. 7l x90 in .the psir $10.49 w hit, I !H.. 7t x90 in. .the pir.$l 1 .89 Crav 4 lhj. MM in. the psir. $4.49 (,ri S lbs . 70x84 in. the psir. $').69 Crav b lb 7ox8t in .the psir. $0.74 Tan. A lb., b4xM) in., the psir. $3.14 Tan. i Ih.. 70x84 m.. the pair. $b.b9 Plaid. 1 lb;. 704 in..lhe psir. $6.24 Mll' n....ni.rii Autumn Flannels and Eiderdowns W hen a woman thinks of the making Of new Au tumn garments from flannels or eiderdowns, Mac 's flashes into her mind. She knows she will find a comprehen sive showing of the sea son's best at this store and at prices which are always the "l.owest-in-the-City." Scotch Flannel, 19c yard Mac) 's usual price J4c. Mutable for pajamas or w omen's ' dressing sacques, I'rem stripes "ii light and dark grounds. Colors: Pink, fight blue. Copenhagen, tan. urav or wfiite. Also in plain colors, jh in. u jde, All Wool Faced Ripple Eider downs Heavy quality and very durable. 36 in. wide. 54c yd. t.mbroidered Striped Tennis Flannel ' inches wide in assortment of pretty stripes with embroidered figures. Colors with pink. - niue ana urav. Very special. S4e yd. j5 Macy's usual prkt. 38c. .Msry's Hrronil Fleer. f'Vl OBnswBsWswM Women's Pure Silk Hose, 69c Macy's usual price. SI. 00. At this lowered price, the woman who knows values in silk hosiery will cer tainly purchase several pairs of these desirable stockings. But for slight imperfections that in most cases are scarcely noticeable, these hose could never be bought at such a little price. They are full length, elastic tops, double soles, toes and heels, and come in various colors and black. Msry's Main Floor. Cdwect Social ffaticnM J. Sale of 4,000 Boxes of third's Fine Stationery On which Macy's price would bt 54c to 94c At 39c and 54c WHILE Macy's usually sells the finer grades of stationery for less than any other store, an event like this is naturalh something of a rarity -dependent on an occasional cash-backed stroke of business. Hence, we cannot promise those who miss this opportunity another chance to buy as well, but we can guarantee those who come savings that will settle the stationery question for several months ahead. Just a hint of what you ma find in this rare purchase of over 4,000 boxes: Fine Qualities Hurd's Lawnette Hurd's Linen Lawn Hurd's Lawn Finish Hurd's Linen Finish Hurd's Panel Pressed Hurd's Crushed Linen and other papers as fine. Writing Paper and Carda plain, gilt- or silver-edged. Novel shapes artistic boxes '4 sheets of paper or cards and 24 envelopes to a box. Simply wonderful at the prices! Best of choice early to-morrow. Msey'H Mtstlenen Ahop. Msln Floor. Correct Colors horv White Buff Tint New Brown Pastel Grey Lavender Pearl (irey Cream. Blue. Regimental Gray and other correct tints. Mid-Summer Furniture Sale Light days more and it's ended! Better be a bit forehanded, and bu NOW what you expect to get, than wait and pa a higher price. We can always guarantee lower prices than those of other stores but we can hardly ex pect a repetition of this vear's opportunities. Buy your furniture NOW and profit! Meey's Mislh Floor. French Panel Curtains Just Arrived from Paris and priced at only $9.4- each. Particularly adapted to the decoration 'of interiors of taste. Combining hand-made Filet and Cluny motifs. Cluny insertion and eelet hand embroidery, with a deep flounce of the heavier Cluny mounted i'i a soft, s1eer quality of French lawn. All of an excellent quality linen. See them! Beautiful Plain Velour Portieres, $11.74 Per Pair. -With a rich, thick pile and high lustre. Custom-made with open edges in our own work rooms. Combinations can quickly be made up to suit your own color scheme. Combinations ready for delivery: Blue-and- Tan Rostand- Broun Blue-and-Gold Tan-and- Tan Hlue -and Ruse Grttn-and-Cold Bluc-andBroun Olivt-and-Mulbtrry Empirt-and-Brou n Silk Velour (Special) by the Yard Plain and Figured Silk Velour in Louis XIV. design, 50 inches wide, er soft and shim mer., in Crimson, Blue. Brown and Green Yard. $2.24. Plain Silk Velour. 50 inches wide, in rich, deep. Blue, Red. Green. Brown. Cerise and Mulberry. On account of some very slight and hardly noticeable imperfections this velour has been reduced from $1.98 the yard. Macy's usual price is $2.89 Msey'v-Feurth rieor. Women's Suits in Clever Autumn Modes Some of these Early Fall suits are copies or adaptations of original Paris designs. New lines, smart fabrics and high fur or velvet collars add unusual distinctiveness to the collection. The suit of whip cord illustrated is a Bernard copy and comes in gun-metal gray, navy or Rus sian green, with touches of worsted embroidery to match, and collar and cuffs of Krim mer fur. Patent leather belt, trimmed with but tons of the fabric. Price $34.75 A marine blue whipcord suit, copied from a Jenny model, has a unique cravat col lar of velvet, faced with canary yellow. Another new fea ture is two tiny thumb pockets in the belt of the skirt. This mode! comes also in green and brown. Price $26.75 A suit of fine broadcloth at the same price is on modified Redingote lines. The collar and cuffs are of velvet, with two-tone embroidery. Flare skirt with side pleats. Green, navy, brown. W'e are showing also a group of high-class models in chiffon velvet, plush and matelasse cloth, priced from $169.00 up to $224.00. B Msey's- Third Fleer. Mih Street ai4e.B html ' A Long Cloth & Nainsook Specially Priced Those about to make up undergarments for children going to school should take advantage of this sale. Prices are unusually low and tiualitv of merchandise up to the Macy standard of excellence. 36-inch Long Cloth. 67c piece of to yds. Soft finish and excellent for underwear. Will launder well. 40-inch Long Cloth. S;-ecial at $1.04 piece 01 10 ds. Verv hrmlv wov en and of good qual ity. .?9-inch Extra Fine Nainsook. $1.49 piece of u vds. (Macy's usual price tl.60.) Siiit ablef ir lingerie or (bab) 's dresses. Meet's Heeond Floor. A Special Purchase of Girls' and Misses' Underwear (OTHERS of children of the school aue should make a point of seeing these garments, which come from one ol the best makers of children's wear in the city. The materials are exceptional!) fine and service able, the workmanship satisfying!) good, and the trimmings ;is prett and dainty as any mother could desire. M' tT j " & Nightgowns. 94c Dai n t i I y trimmed with V'ai lace, pin tucks and bab ribbon. Sizes to 14 years. Drawers, 39c Excellent q u a li t y , trimmed with Hamburg ruffles and tine tucking. Sizes 10 to 14 yean Skirts. 69c Fine muslin, Hamburg-trim med. and pique with scalloped edges. Sixes 32 and 34 inches. Corset Covers, 34c Daintil), t r i m med with Hamburg edge and bab) ribbon. Princess Slips, $1.89 Two stvles in tine nainsook, both ilu tratcd. trimmed with blind embroiders . Val laces, ;n id ribbon ro settes. Sizes 10, 12, 1 and lo vears. Princess Slips. $1.24 Two stles in fine nainsook, trimmed with Val lace, embroider) and ribbons. Sizes li) tn lo vears. Princess Slips, 94c Two stvles in fine nainsook, trimmed with Val lace and ribbons. Sizes 10 to lo years lllus trated. M ' Tlilrd I leer, nlth Ml. Mile. Besr. With Economy the Keynote Just Arrived From China Hand-Made Cluny Lacea Made of a fine, strong cotton yarn finished to re semble linen thread. Just as dependable as linen, but with a finer and more lustrous surface. Very effective as trimming for underwear, blouses and decorative linens. New dainty designs to choose from, with edgings and in sertions to match, in widths from one-half to three and a half inches. 15c to 49c a yard. Merj's Msln Floor. Ready in Our Womei Coat Department Advance Autumn models for street, tiavel and motor wear, developed in the season's smartest fabrics and re vealing the newest fashion tendencies. Many of these coats are suited to present wear at mountain or shore, and. purchased now. will Rive the added pleasure of exclusiveness to their possessors. Prices are. as usual, lower than elsewhere for similar things. A long Russian blouse coat of navy or black whipcord, with semi-raglan sleeves, is gathered at back under a wide belt and edges bound with black silk braid. Strikingly lined through out with striped silk. Price $25.74 A long belted coat of cravenetted gray or brown tweed, has converti ble collar and set-in sleeves. Body and sleeve lining of siitm. Price $14.74 Suitable for travel or motor wear Is a long coat of vicuna coating, cut slmhtlv dinned in back, with the fullness starting from a round yoke. This is sumptuously lined with fancy silk and finished with deep pockets and high convertible collar. Prict $W 75 MrVs Third Floor. 7V Women's French Underwear At August While Sale Prices. Milady Changes From Low Shoes to High Autumn is here and footwear must change from comfy pumps to high-cut boots. You will hardly notice the dif ference if you wear a pair of these new lace boots, so light and trim and soft are they. Of glace kid. they fit like a glove and add the final touch of smartness to the new Autumn costume. Gracefully modeled, with Louis heel, turned sole, and while Pitching in striking contrail with its sober shade. Price a surprise. $5.49. "Right-Shape' Shoes For Boys and Girls " 1'ight-Sh.ipt'-' shoes allow for the rapid growth of children's teet. They give the kiddies comfort and ae lliem from future suffering. Start the small feet growing riRiit brmg the voungsters to Macy's and have thefli properl) booted bj experienced attendants, "Pight-Shapt" shoe are made tn st.md the wear and tear of school and play, I'ppers of patent leather, kid or tan calfskin, solid tioodu'ar welted soles. to 11. 2.49 to 2. $2.97 s, i floor. Krar. Drawer Combinations, $1.89. $2.89. $3.74 l ine nainsook, daintily embroidered with flower sprav s or eyelet wr rk. and finished with scallops and ribbon. Envelope Chemises, $1.69 Fine nainsook, prettilv embroidered around neck and finished with scallops and ribbon. Ms. v's- Nightgowns, $1.89. $2.89, $3.49 Exquisitely sheer nain sook, trimmed with scal lops and embroidery. One midel with hemstitched yoke and embroidered panel front. Petticoats. $1.94. $2.69, $2.89. $4.89 Straight and circular flounced models, trimmed with scalloping and embroidery. Third I'loor. Smell Smart Styles in Fall Suiits for Misses sizes run up t' il Children's sies, 8 Misse-' sites, 11 ' Mmi ' A ND also for young women for the 1 V. i vears. i ne advance suit rimt e s that w distinction to the wardrobe now graceful and pretty enough t please the most finical of girlish ta-tes. The Reduignte in. Kiel illustrated f navy blue whipcord, the coat lined with American Beauty silk. The collar is faced with broadcloth of the same color, and mav be won high, as shown; or turned dowi with open revers. The skirt ha; knotted sash of black satin: the buttons match the lining. 14, lo and 1H vears. Price $ki.75 A suit of line broadcloth in prune. n.t or brown, has jaunt) short v,ut with w .; belt, and collar and cutis of skui Gold braided buttons trim it. The skin a new draped model. Sies 14, 1 and 1s Price $4f75 A misses' or juniors' model ol whip or serge, has new short box coat itl pleated back. belt, envelope pockets I trimming of bone buttons. Skirt also ' lKkets. Rruwn, green, imvv, black. Price $l74 Quite out of the common is .i htlltJ u;r II orumho Chinchilla Coal foi I - n voilar of braver tar that buttons up i I tl throat. Tins i lined throughout with pe.i lie cygne, Sizes 14. lb and i Price $24 74 lr 's Third floor. Jy p As. k A Trio of S From the f iremost maker- i il blouses fof women, we selected the mart) lovel) things thai we are now showing. Pashio has been unusuall) h.ipp her selection of fabrics . graceful designs and the pretty blouses have, beside , the added charm ol ncunos Three inexpensive models are leatured here. Il "Appcrlev'' i .iKtK Ijllloretl blouse developed lii that shimmering new situ, loirtr. and smart I) finished with bound buttonholes and large pearl buttons, illustrate upper left. Several , n . new shades. $D.v4 "SuTslte" upper right u . all the subtle charm of tin trench original from which it was copied. It is made of Georgette crepe, with seals loped yoke, vestee, and vuii ot taffeta, and comes in delicate color- and darker snaues to mat the new suiK $7.49 Mtvy'l llilrrt Unor. .14 1 1 !. "Lilith" louer Aou..r deliciousl) soft fluff) thing f sheer embroidered tieorgetti crepe, finished with the nar rawest "i ruffles. a In flesh and white $4.0 bXTRAI Too g i ti miss mentioning In ro new tailored ll' ii,- i tafl'e with w ide -eii satin 1 1 ip tht rnrof in si i i delicate 10I01 and Is priced al $5.24