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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920.
4H- 30,000 BOYS MARCH Ifj LOYALTYPARADE iads From Every "Part of City Help Open "Week's Cnm- MANY SCHOOLS IN LINE Thousands Crowd Fifth Ave. Procession "Reviewed by Governor and 3Iayor. A? rpreve of tho principle that the c' the country are the "kej-ftone In ,), ; of Anurlca's destiny,'' a parade tf oo of them, made up of the lads it every walk and corner of life In the tiif b .nucho. marched down Fifth ave ,uf x'terJay from Central Park to i ineton Square-. The parade was the first feature of a ' Toj ' Week," which will provide some thins of Interest to boyhood on .each day v.ntil next Saturday, and was the becin t;c cf a campaign oreanlied to Interest eTtry one in boys and to Interest boys n thenitelies. The campaign was ar iancel by a K-ore of orcanltatlons. the HotaT (''ub c,'ltf amonc uiem, whicn i old U- v.w principle that the best Amerl .an 1 'h one ,,ho ls caupht young. An llie 5' ' " jouthful participants In yes lerda.v paceant were carefully lnstruct t i before they put one foot before the othtr. that they were to walk In a "mon Htrloalty para-V." Thousands of adult Americans, par r.U predominating, lined Fifth avenue mil chf-ered tlie boys. But none of them, certainly, enjoyed the parade more than the bos themselves. The lad had been carefully drilled and were marshalled In elcht divisions, with all sorts of gTand marshals, staff officers, generals and lieutenant-generals, colonels, majors and tspulns. Ffleoted from among them ttlves. to give the flavor of on army and carry the Illusion of preparedness X.r war , Tnc manning host, its divisions sub divided into brlcades, regiments and companies, was made up tot boys Almost wholly" from tho city schools. The pub lic schools, of course, turned out the principal representation, bat every other .kind of a school was In line, all the way from diminutive parUh and settle ment schools In parU of the city rarely heard of to well known Institutions with athletic histories and crack cadet corps. There also were present the trade and Industrial Khoolr and, last but not least the schools and clsWa made up of boye who sell newspapers in tho streets or work at various manful avocations for as lone every day as the law will let them. The parade was led byGen. GeoryeWIn rate, who walked at the head of It despite his eighty yeans and was reviewed by Gov. Smith, Mayor Ilylan, Archbishop Hayes, Lieut-Gen. Bullard, commanding the Eastern Department of the army, and various Federal. State and city officials. In front of the reviewing stand at Madi son Square the Police Band was on duty and supplied spirit and lnpplratlon to such roctions of tho parade as did not have bands of their own. And when ever the' bands laid off the boys them selves supplied muelc In tho form of na tional and marching songs. The Boys' Week programme has been laid out as follows: To-day is to be boys' day. In the churches, to-morrow their day In the schools, Tuesday their day In athletics, Wednesday their day In Industry, Thursday their day at home, Friday their day to entertain and Satur day their day out of doors. Lnvrjer Dine Justice Glennon. Justice Edward J. Glennon, appointed last week by Gov. Smith to succeed Francis K. Pendleton on the Supreme Court bench, was entertained by forty uf ills fririiu itl luiioit-on li tho Lav.-) .vers Club, 115 Broadway, yesterday. Lewis Nixon, Public Service Commis sioner, presented to rustics Glennon a silken robe as a gift from the dlnrs. Antique Furniture Exchange 6 East 33d St, near 5th Ave. Li-TUt and Mmt Attrtrtlre Antique Shop to ton. Not sloae triue of tbe chirmlcs exhibit! of thf "Oil Ulster" Cibloctxikert. but tUn the rrmirtsbly low prlcei it which ther ire offered. Hlshbort. rcfc. I'fliillBr Tou Cird Tiblm. Pour Pott tml NtjoUoo Bwli, Twin tod Dcubla rltrt; KMrboinX Dlollif Tib'x-I. Cfclni Oib:o?:i, Mbrtrr Tiblei. Bookr-ite. Imntn. DiTta port, I)lriD, Cbilrn, Ac- it ibunt bilf icluil tilue. Don't i!low inrtMiyc to prett-nt you from trt'.as lad conTlncfir joamflf. IIEADQCABTER3 I"OB DABGAINS. Jffi HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiiMiiiiiiiiiilililllllilltr "The Lace Store of New York" . E Our Prices am AUms less 30 East 34 Street Cssas? ) The Most Remarkable Sale Event in the History of Real Laces Sale Real Laces Real Filet, Irish, Cluny, Valenciennes, Binches, Milan, Point de Paris and Venise We have, held sales before at which prices were sensationally low, but a New Low Record for Real Lace Prices has been reached here Monday and Tuesday Only REAL FILET 34-inch ll-inch Rose included 2V2-inch Edges 3- to 4-inch Edges 4y2- tO 5-inch Edges REAL IRISH PiCOtS & 1-inch Insertion l-tOlVfe-inch Beading Edges 1 12" inch Edges and Insertions 3- inch Edges and Insertions 4- inch Edges LACES Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price LACES Sate Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price 25c yd 39c yd 89c yd 1.50 yd 1.95 yd 2.65 yd 9c yd 25c yd 58c yd 95c yd 225 yd I REAL POINT DE VENISE LACES i l-inch K cot Sale Price 45c yd 1-inch Edges Sale Price 2.95 yd I REAL POINT DE MILAN LACES iy2-inch Edges Sale Price 1.50 yd 4-inch Edges Sale Price 3.75 yd E REAL VAL., BINCHES & PARIS LACES 12-inch Val. Edges E 1-inch Val Edges E 3. inch Binches Laces lVj-mcn Binches traces ' if" si E 2-inch Point de Paris Lace E We Reserre tlie Riht to Limit Qnantittes. Pint 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 u mi 1 1 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiif?. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price 55c vd 1.35 yd 75c yd 2.50 yd 2.75 yd cWtuie ol 40t6 jticcl MILLINERY SALE A Large Assortment of HATS from REGULAR STOCK, in cluding Original French Models Reduced to 12.00, 18.00 and 24.00 Formerly $18.W to 48.00 Millinery Pep't Second Floor. Dress Serge, An exceptional value in an all wool quality 41 inches wide. In the newest Spring colors, including the ever popu lar Navy and Midnight Blue.,. Rtgularly $235 y'ari, 2.25 Store Hours 9 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Hair Nets ; Full sized, good quality real Human Hair Nets in colors to match perfectly various shades of hair such is the assortment specialized by Arnold, Constable & Co. at 1.00 Dozen Conspicuous Values Mark the Opening of The May Sale of White White Cotton Fabrics Specialized in the May White Sale White Tricotine of an unutually fine quality especially suitable for Women's Suits and Skirts and particularly smart for sport wear. 36 inches wide. Regularly $1.00 yard. May Sale Price .75 Yd. Imported White Dotted Swisses 32 inches wide the de mand for this fabric has in the past frequently exceeded the upply, but in this instance there is a good assortment specially selected for the White Sale. Regularly $U0 yard. May Sale Price 1.25 Yd. White Cotton Voile 36 inches wide when made up into charming frocks and blouses this weave possesses an elusive charm that is quite irresistible. Regularly JO yard. May Sale Price .35 Yd. Children's Underwear At Unusually Low Sale Prices Drawers knickerbocker or straight style 2 to 14 years. Priced according to size. .65, .69, .75, .95, 1.10 to 1.45 Pr. Gowns 1 to 10 years, at 1.45, 2.25 and 2.65 Gowns 12 to 16 years, 1.65, 1.95 and 2.95 Princess Slips 6 to 14 years, at 2.25, 2.65 to 4.95 Band Skirts-4 to 14 years. 1.50, 2.75 and 2.95 Misses" Billie Burkes 12 to 16 years, at 3.50 Figured Crepe Gowns in 12 to 16 year sizes at 3.25 & 3.95 Women's Undergarments At Special Concessions from the Regular Prices In these examples the needleworker's art reaches its fullest perfection and therefore the collection is one of infinite charm and interest. Three distinct groups, each exquisitely fresh and dainty. Philippine Gowns (as illustrated) practical and pretty models that are more elaborate than in past seasons and in more effective designs each tiny stitch each scallop perfection. Very special. May Sale Price 4.45 Crepe de Chine Gowns a dainty sleeveless model of a soft, lustrous quality double rows of shirring in the front, wide Val lace trinunings and artful litde finishing touches make this gown similar to and equally as good as gowns at more than double the price. Regularly $1050. May Sale Price 6.95 Crepe de Chine Envelope Chemise same quality and style to match above gown. Pretty and unusual enough to make a direct appeal to discriminating shoppers. Regularly $5 J5. May Sale Price 3.95 Batiste Bloomers a fine, mercerized quality in pink and white tailored model with double elastic at knee. . , , J-?5 Heavier quality Batiste Bloomers with hemstitched ruffle. 1.10 New White Blouses Priced Less Than Usual White Imported Batiste Blouses in tailleur models with roll and flat collars cluster tucks down the front Regularly $3.95. 2.95 White Batiste and Voile Blouses hand made, hem stitched, tucked and drawn. Regularly $6J5. 5.75 White Georgette Crepe Blouses embroidered and hem stitcheddainty round collar effects. Regularly $4.95. 3.75 White Negligees Extraordinary V alues White Dotted Swiss Wrappers finished all around with silk scallops in light blue, pink and orchid. Ribbon tie. Regu larly $3.95. 2.95 White Swiss Negligees trimmed with lace and insertings satin ribbon girdle. Regularly $7 JO. 6.75 Supply Your Summer Wants Now From the Generous Assortments in the May Sale of White Huck Towels Fine Cotton or Linen Qualities at Special Prices Hemmed Cotton Huck Towels with neat colored borders a good heavy quality suit able for use in summer cottages and bungalows Specially Priced at 4.25 and 5.00 Dozan Hemmed Cotton Huck Towels size 28x38 inches full bleached and made of fine combed yam. Bought to sell at $5.50 dozen. Specially Priced at 4.50 Dozen All Linen Hemstitched Huck Towels in a good range of deigns. Only a limited quantity at these prices. Special at 12.50 to 22.50 Dozen Hemmed Fine Cotton Huck Towels size .18x36 inches-all white with sarin band border-extra heavy. Our $7.00 grade. Special at 5.75 Dozen Extra heavy All Linen Twill Kitchen Towels. Dozen 7.25 FOR MEN Our Greatest 1920 Sale of High Grade Shirts For Every Occasion Tennis or Sport Shirts in white or plain colors. Values $3.50 and $4.50. Cotton Crepe business Shirts in Neat, Fancy Stripes. Values $4.00 and $4.50. Madras Business Shirts in woven or printed effects. Values $4.00 and $4.50. Mercerized Cotton Business Shirts exceptional qualities. Values $4.00 to $5.00. White Madras Business Shirts soft French Cuffs. Values $330 and $4.00. . Dress Shirts Plain, Pique or Pleats not all sizes in each'Iot. Values $4.00 to $5.00. Many odd but fine quality Shirts not all sizes in each lot. Values $4.00 lo $5 JO. Silks At marked reductions from the- regular stock prices. Fancy Figured Foulards satin finish firm weave 36 inches wide. The correct silk for afternoon wear. In Stock $3.00 Now 2.75 Printed Georgettes in charm ing light and dark combina tions 40 inches wide. In Stock $325 Now 2.95 Imported Swiss Taffetas in Blue, Tan, Grey, Wistaria, White, Ivory, etc In Stock $4 JO Now 425 Black- Messaline Satin in a medium weight and finish will drape beautifully. 35 inches wide. . In Stock $3.00 Now 2.75 2.95 Ea. 1200 Pieces Lingerie Ribbons All White ribbon of Satin Taffeta, plain and Moire Taf feta, Gros Grain and Jacquard effects in 10 yd. pieces at Decided Savings No. 1, 1.10 Piece No. VA 1.50 Piece Women's and Misses' Suits Greatly Reduced No. 2, No. 3. No. 5. No. 7, No. 9, 1.85 Piece 2.45 Piece 3.00 Piece 3.80 Piece 4.95 Piece Others up to 8 inch widths at specially re duced prices. Good Cotton Umbrellas (For Women) Bakelite and silver trimmed short handles with silk loops case with each. Value U.00 , 3.15 Ea. Entire stock of women's and misses' Tailor Made Spring Suits offered this week at 20 Reduction From Present Market Prices Comprising smart, up-to-date models beautifully made and handsomely lined. Materials include Men's Wear Serge, Tricotine, -Hair Line Stripes, English Tweeds and Knit Fabrics. ; Sizes from 36 to U in the assortment, but not in each style. Now- model 1 Women's Suit of Twill Fino a new straightline style with! , a narrow belt. Formerly $59.50. Less 20 discount. J 47.60 MODEL 2 Misses' Eton Jacket Suit-of Fine Serge accordion pleated") sun oraia tnmmea ana nnisnea wiui neavy suiaung. Formerly $39.50. Less 20 discount. MODEL 3 Women's Tricotine Suit featuring the highest type of tailoring equal in every respect to a custom made garment smartly bound with braid. Formerly $75.00. Less 20 discount. Other Suits including our entire Spring stock of smart models Now 31.60 Now i 60.00 now 39160 "158.40 ZVirittorir SJQ Kfl in SHQR.MI. Wraps of Velour de Larine several choice models. Specially Priced 55.0a 3