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The New York herald. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1920-1924, May 14, 1922, Image 9

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Other Selli
Each with its varied depa
chandise, priced with our
Feature many attractive 1
store interesting.
l\/Tr?-sr C
HI CI J c_
ings i
Now i
35-inch
w<
The fabric that fash
ing frocks. This is
lustrous, soft chiffon
able light and dark
Whit
By
For Sum
mi ? 11 *
l riree linens mat
for dresses, sport
have been very sj
great values for
36-INCH WHITE LINENSramie?for
dresses, sports w
1 were .87
45-INCH OYSTER WHITE
i suitable for dresses, etc.?wei
i i 90-INCH WHITE LINENS?
! | bedding, etc.?were $3.47...
MONDAY
843 I
CAPES A1
2.68
rcg. val. 3.97
300 LAWN <
reg. vi
:
Semi-Annual
Women's
Separa
Wash Di
Special
Monday i
FLORAL DIMITIES white
small polka dots and alii
dresses, fancy aprons, e$c ..
SUMMER VOILES 42 lrtVl
tions of checks and dots, f
signs in contrasting colors
IMPORTED FANCY VOILE
yarns, in every color and p:
value .67 to .96
IMPORTED PLAID GING
ored plaids for women's, i
were .57
KHAKI CLOTHS for knoc
Ptc
Tuo
Men's
Khaki
m
w<
The right kind of I
and especially good
made, of heavy twi
shades.
Sizes
\ng Floors
rtnaents of wanted merpolicy
of better values,
"specials" to make the
ieries of
n Num
in Full
i Taffetas
1.18
ire $1.57
ions into cool antTcharmserviceable
quality, with
i finish in plain or changecolors.
e Linens
i Yard
imer Dresses
dre thoroughly desirable
* - *
s wear ana oiner uses
lecially priced and otter
Monday and Tuesday.
-pure white?two weaves, French and
ear, embroidery, etc.? .62
LINENS?heavy weave? Qyl
re $1.17 04
fine weave?for art purposes, 2.24
Reason ^ALE!?
TUESDAY
kittle Tots'
VD SWEATERS
3.50
...1 A or.
x vai* itiftf
CARRIAGE SETS
xl. 5.00 3.33
Second Floor Sales .
f and Misses'
te Skirts
3.95 ^gg|?
ere $5.97 <^\\
to $7.97 V |
x pleated I SI
ts of plaid \ y I
nella and ? ' W
light tai- | ]|f
>d models
nohair and j^H I\
?k serge. ^Jjjfr
25 to 32 waist
measure. W
ress Fabrics
l Items for
and Tuesday
grounds with tiny rosebuds, sprays,
over patterns?suitable for children's
2 4
0, light and dark grounds?combinaoulard
patterns and other novelty de
47
S finely printed, made of fine combed
ittern that can be had in this fabric?
25
HAMS?32 inches wide?various colnisses'
and children's dresses?
? a.
-s* cy
kabout and seashore wear, campime.
< yard ,88
Day Sale
Sweet-Orr
Trousers
1.95
;re $2.75
rousers for work or play,
' for vacationing. Union
II cloth, in light or dark
30 to 30.
THE
1HLH
FOURTEENTH SI
Unusii
erous
Swing
The
Sheets and
AT GREA
Fine quality musli
Pillow Cases?
42x36?value .35 22
4ox3b?value .St Z .%
50x36?value .44 li I
Sheets?
54x90?value $1.16 ... .77
54x99?value $1.28. .. . .93
Bed S
*4 Size Crocheted Spreads ?
hemmed or scalloped?
were $2.38 1.57
Full Size Spreads?hemmed or
scalloped 2.87
Single Size Crocheted Spreads
were $2.49 1.07
were $2.69 1.87
Bleached and Un
B
42 inches wide?were .32
5- 4 were .38
50 inches wide?were .39
6- 4 were .49
7- 4 were .53
8- 4 were .59
9- 4 were .65
10- 4 were .72
Heavy Unbleached Muslins?
were .11'/2
Fine Bleached Muslins?36 in
were .14</2
Extra Fine Quality Herringbor
beds?value .59
I MORNING
SPECIALS
On Sale Monday & Tuesday
Until 1 P. M.
To prevent dealers buying, quantities restricted.
No Mail or Telephone Orders.
$14.50 Boys' Suits 10.74
All wool cheviots, tweeds and
cassimeres ? gray, tan, brown
and heather mixtures ? short,
inverted or box plait models- alpaca
lined ? two pairs fully
lined trousers ? sizes 8 to 17
years.
BOYS' CLOTHING?THIRD FLOOR.
$2.45 Boys' Khaki
Camp Suits 1.85
Made of sulphur dyed khaki
cloth?sport blouse style?with
flapper trousers?sizes 8 to 16
years.
BOYS' CLOTHING?THIRD FLOOR.
$1.57 Black Satins 1.12
SIR inoVt fir?P p1/yoa fnrp rirh
deep black?good wearing quality.
SILKS?MAIN FLOOR.
$1.58 Dress Serges 1.10
42 to 48 inch?all wool?fine
twill ? Copenhagen, reindeer,
taupe, brown, navy and black.
DRFSS GOODS?MAIN FLOOR.
52 ct. White Organdies ... .40
40 inch?one of the best tub
fabrics for general use.
WHITE GOODS?MAIN FLOOR.
31 ct. Bleached
Turkish Toweling 16
Heavy quality?for towels, washcloths,
etc.
LINENS?MAIN FLOOR.
35 ct. Lingerie Batiste 20
For all lingerie purposes?light
blue, pink, lavender and peach.
WASH FABRICS-BASEMENT.
57 ct. Colored Ratines 38
For dresses and suits?full assortment
of new Spring shades.
WA3II FABRICS?BASEMENT.
$2.97 New Summer
Curtains 1.88
Stencilled border and centre
valance?blue, rose, green and
gold.
CURTAINS?BASEMENT.
$5.97 Art Fibre Rugs 3.44
4 ft. 6 in. by 7 ft. 6 in.?stencilled
border design?excellent
for indoor or porch.
RUC.S?FOURTH FLOOR.
35 ct. New Linene
Cretonnes 24
^Hpanme anu uurai uwijiui?
artistic colorings.
CRETONNES?BASEMENT.
$4.98 Satin Finish
Marseilles Spreads ... 3.47
4 designs?fine quality.
8 PRE A D8?BASEMENT.
$2.98 Feather Bed Ticks.. 1.97
Full and % size?ready for filling.
TICK IJTO8? BASEMENT.
54 ct. Bleached
Turkish Towels ..... . .35
Close, absorbent, hemmed ?
white Turkish stripe border*.
TOWELS?MAIN FLOOR.
$3.27 Silkoline
Comfortables 2.42
Attractive designs - plain borders
cotton filled?full size.
COMFORTABLES-BASEMENT.
NEW YORK HERALI
lAf^.
Founded 1827
rREET WEST OF F
al Offe
Sectioi
At
Following on Sale E
Pillow Cases
T SAVINGS
n, with no dressing.
63x90?value $1.28 93
72x90?value $1.39 97
81x99?value $1.62. .... 1 .??
90x90?value $1.62 1 .??
90x99?value $1.74 1.1?
Sizes before hemming.
! nrpriris
Dimity Spreads?summer
weight?hemmed?
63x90 1.2 7
72x90 1.4 7
81x90 1.77
bleached Sheetings
leached Unbleached
.lft
.21 .32 lft
.2 1
.3 2 .39 2 4
.3 ft .49 3 2
.4 4 .53 3 ft
.4 ft ,.59 4 4
.5 4 .65., 4 ft
8K
ches wide?
lft'/2
te Tickings?for pillows and feather
3ft
Trimrr
q
eJ
Were $4
Dress, tailored or sp
that features everytl
for summer town ant
Semi-Annual S
Crepe j
4 Were
The s
solid t
blues
f Extra si:
JAPANES
tity?be
value?1
? pink an<
Unusw
Womei
Silk
1
Wer
Gloves of heavy Milan<
point hacks and doubt
button lengths, in al
white.
Men's
Soisett
1
Wer
Well made and wt
Hummer wear. Wh\
MENS INITIAL BELT AND
belts, with silver-plated buckle?
were $1.15
Rain
U mb
You can be just as g
when Rain or Shir
like these:
TAFFETA RAIN OR SHINE Ul
colors and with bakelite ring ht
were $.'1.97
RAIN OR SHINE UMBRELLA
of colors fancy bakelite bandk
were $5.97
v. N
), SUNDAY, MAY 14
~
'IFTH AVE.
ris
^
s(~t
&oth Monday and Ti
Semi-Annual ?
Misses
Semi-Annual
94c Wh
Pettic
led Hats
.95
L94 to $7.50
ort models in a varieii
ling new and attractivi
I resort wear.
econd Floor Sales
Kimonos
.25
$2.94
tyle pictured comes in
i flowered crepe with
:olor trimmings. Grays,
and rose.
Sizes 36 to 46.
ie*. 48 to 52?were S3.47 ....2.5C
IE SILK KIMONOS?limited quanautifully
embroidered?exceptional
lavy. black, rose, light blue, fj ?/I
i lavender Special tlU
a I Sale of
it's Long
Gloves
.10
e $1.95
ese silk. They have Parii
le finger-tips. 12 and 16l
the Spring shades ana
Genuine
e Shirts
.35
e $1.95
ell finished shirts for
ite and tan. All sizes.
BUCKLE SETS?genuine cowhide
i in the newest designs? .89
or Shine
r ell as
lad for rain as for shine
le Week brings values
VIBRELLAS- good quality, in various
3.0(1
S excellent auality silk, in a numl>ei
?s, tips and stun ends - 4.25
, 1922.
Semi-An
Desirable.
IVome
(In<
Thr> ra.niH orowt
ond-Floor bound
the third floor, \
to Women's Ext
cated. Second-F
^ notably wider rs
larger list of ex
jesday
second Floor Sales
' Dresses
15.77 I
Were $22.73 to $26.73
nton crepe models u ith
Iness through the yoke
d pretty trimming or
ds.
ime in periwinkle, rose,
nna, navy and black.
ishanara crepe sport
esses, come in henna,
ivy, dandelion and
ige, with ribbon of conisting
color.
Second Floor Sales
ite Sateen
oats, -.82
MORNING
SPECIALS
I /*- r i _ j o HP 1
tin date lvionaay ot tuesaay
Until 1 P. M.
. To prevent dealers buying, quantities re'
stricted. No Mail or Telephone Orders.
' $1.45 Glacs Syrup Jars 87
With removable nickel silver
tops?none sent.
SILVERWARE?MAIN FI/X>R.
97 ct. Infants' Nainsook
Slips and Gowns. 58
Lace and embroidery trimmed.
INFANTS' DEPT.-SECOND FLOOR.
87 ct. Women's Double Extra
Size Union Suits 63
Low neck?sleeveless-?loose or
tight knee?band top finish.
EXTRA SIZE DE1T.?THIRD FLOOR.
121/2 CU Men's Cambric
Handkerchiefs, ea 8
1 > doz., .15
Soft finish?full size.
HANDKERCHIEFS? MA IN FLOOR.
69 ct. Valenciennes
Laces, ea 57
12 yds. to piece ? desirable
width for frocks and lingerie.
LACKS?MAIN FLOOR.
$4.95 Men's Trousers 3.95
All wool?various colors and
mixtures ? stripes or plain?
| sizes 30 to 44 waist.
MENS CLOTHING?MAIN FI.OOR.
~ Crepe Plisse Dressing Sacquer
Pretty floral patterns ? belted
models?self trimmingssizes
36 to 46?were $1.74.1. I I
sizes 46 to 52?were $ 1.94. I. I
HOUSE PRESSES?SECOND FLOOR.
95 ct. Men's Athletic
Union Suits 70
Loxiton make?check weave?
fancy cloth?sleeveless and knee
length?all sizes.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR-MAIN FLOOR.
38 ct. Women's
Mercerized Hose 26
{ Seamed back -double garter top
?mostly black?all sizes.
HOSIERY-MAIN FLOOR.
^ $1.95 Men's Arrow Shirts 1.39
Large assortment of fine per_J
cales?S'zes to 17! >
? MEN'S FURNISHINGS MAIN FLOOR.
I #i 01 ?i (i ai v* '_ 1?
$i.cl anu ^i.tL im ii a uiiiun
Made Overalls or Coats .98
Blue, blue stripe, brown or white
?regular sizes, .16 to 42; extra
sizes, 44 to 50, 20e additional
MEN S WORK CLOTHES? BASEMENT
95 ct. Men's Caps .72
Tweeds or mixtures unbreakable
vizors all sizes.
MEN'S HATS?MAIN FLOOR.
Children's Tan Calf or Patent
Leather Oxfords?
Broad toe lasts our own footform
make?wide widthsI
12.46 sizes 5 to S 1,7 5
$1.00 sizes 8'/, to 11 2.3 5
SHOES?HEX ON*D Kl/XMl.
"1 30 ct. Pure Linen
Crash Toweling* .20
Good wearing quality red border.
TOWETANO?MAIN FLOOR.
Glove Silk Vests
2.35
t Were $2.87
I Rodice tops, flesh an d
t colors.
. BLOOMERS to match ty of
" vests were $1.47 4..0D
1
mm
inual Second-Flo
Modes in A\
n, Misses and Ch
..i i.* r.^i i\ a.
;iuumg r iappei uepanmei
;h of our business has over
!ary and extended the app;
vhere our new depts., devo
ra Size Wear and accessor
'loor Sales retain the nan
inge than ever before, and
:traordinary money-savingSemi-Annual
Secont
Women's and
Utility Cot
Cape.
JCr Were $!
/ L\\ Coat a nt
f mixtures
full letiQ
three-qui
tan sport
tricotine.
sheen, i
and othei
are lined \
peau de <
I MONDAY
550
Women's Extr?
SILK DRE
18.88
reg. values $29.73 to
10 attractive models. Siz<
(Extra Size Dept. 3
Semi-Annual Second
Fibre Silk S
t ra 11
Fib;s
Pure Wool^Slip-Over Sweaters were
?plain and fancy wear with
fibre silk border stripes?black. Extra
jade, red. blue and other shades - Rom
were $2.94. !2.00 were
ww -m. T
tsoys' i\uvi
Serge Si
14.95
Were $19.J
A large assortment of splendi
every wanted new model. A
serge. Sizes 8 to 18 years.
! Other navy blue serge suits for
boys are priced at
Children
HnirCut f in fi
" * v*w ^ .7
Our clever barbers know Ih
ways of rutting the childrer
is more, making them enjo\
turning it into a delightful
kiddies. The charge is ver
BABIES' SECTION Se<
Spe cials for One W
Cleaning and Dgeinf
SINGLE BLArNKETS CLEANED
DOUBLE BLANKETS CLEANED
Let lis help you in your Spring
for your blankets, curtains, fi
I and cleaning them like new
1 I1'
or Sales
bparel for
ildren
*> f :!
flowed the Sec- j
arel sections to
ted exclusively
ies, are now lo- |
le but offer a
a consequently
values.
I Floor Sales
Misses' j
its and
s
9.50
29.73 to $39.73
good quality
and serges in 1
fth models, in * f
irter length of I
cloth and black
Capes of shawierge,
tricotine
r materials. All
throughout with
?ygne and fancy
I
TUESDAY
a Size
SSES
$37.73. |
js 42Vi to 54'/2rd
Floori
Floor Sales
Sweaters
Km
Were $12.68
edo model (illuaerf),
buff, jade,
i color, blue, red
black.
Wool Slip-Over Sweaters
en, red, blue, white, black
lid or combination colors?
$2.24 |,6|
Silk Scarfs- Roman stripes
shades?
$2.94 2.2 1
Wide Fibre Silk Scarfs? 4ji'
an stripes? r
$5.24. 3.9 I
n i
I tsiue
nits
' ii
*> i
I) 1
?0
dly tailored suits in
II are pure worsted
i I
7.94 to 24.50
(
f Shop 1
e best and newest
i's hair, and, what
I hat ing it cut and l
adventure for the I
y moderate, 1
cond Floor. i
'tlij
eek Only
5T Department
.7 5
1.50
cleaning by sending
lrniture covers, etc.,
at moderate prices. \

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