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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911.
30 DAYS ADRIFT
Spanish Rsberman Blown Out
to Sea, With Pood for
Only Hive Days.
PICKED UP BY STEAMER.
flrnt alii Ms prayers ani then put him-
fit on ihort rations. Ooly the merest
rrMfmaat of fnnd remained in the host
when the Ikarla cama to hit rescue. A
ln (arrlol away hla little (all, nnJ
hi rlnifd a Jury sail marte of his cloth
1ns. All the time Iris bateau m mlf
full of wntcr, nnl ball as he wouM he
COIlM riot keep It dry. Sometimes, by
ItlOk, hi- v.irt.-. !i!h illet with raw flih
i hut he managed to r;.trh.
Bach l imit he (topi for three lio.ira.
Then he hurl to mouse hlmsrlf ur. ( i
10 balling attain. ll ays Hint he hflil
.1 1 ' -1 Ki, --M .ill 1. iue ttlien rcs.-ue
The nrst thin ItoJrliruei 'llrl on
teaching port nns to snd word to his
tittle famll) that he Is alive and li
Dotting home ag iln.
Irraaury in I'lniinee.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua. Nov. 2. Pedro
llafarl I'liaflra, the newly -ipp.ilntal
I-'inanr-e Minuter, rrpirts thst tin- Nlc
uraguaii tii-asury la empty. I
Speechless When Saved
Brought (o This Port and
Will Return lo Family.
The rrnat eventful story Mi In the
pert of New YorK to-day by those who
a- dowB to the sen In ships Is that of
Jean Rodrtpuea, a Spanish sailor, who
wJ picked up In the Caribbean Sea on
Oct. U. after tossing for thirty days In
Notohea cat In tiie gunwale MM Ifct
alory of r.odrlfuei's iaySi When he
was blown out to sea from I-i n.iayr.v
lb port of ''ara, a , he hart provisions
for Ave d,.iys. He made these last. Kit
Itink lie caught the rain In Mi hands
When rescued ho was a mass of erup
tions, famished, almost spemhleaa from
thirst and only scml-eonscliiu". Me was
brought Into port yesterday by the
UrtUsa freighter Ikarla. from Huenos
J. T. Meet hen, chief officer of the
Ikarla, while pacing the hrldae durlnii
tbe morning watch of Oct. i. spied
eemethlng waring In the distance
Masses revealed thst It was a mm.
waving his arms and n pslr of white
trousers. The Ikarla Changed her
ourse and shortly her rallormen
hrought a sorry looking object on
At first RodtigU's could not speak,
bat pointed to his mouth, and then
collapsed. Cspt. Robertson gave him
a Utile water and then a few spoons
ful Of soup. When a little of his
strength returned Rodriguez told tils
tie is thirty-Are yesrs old. a native
of Santa Ko. near Almerla, Spain.
With hla wife. Jutnlta, und Ma ch.l
Iren. Jean and Irene, hu went to Pan
ama and later moved to Caracas, where
he took up the traou of fisherman, and
D Sept. 28 rowed out with five days'
provisions four pounds of pot -toes,
two pounds of bread, a pound of
.heese, a half pound of buttfr and five
gallons of fresh water.
On the second day after having been
:.vn to sea hy the winds. Hodr:gjei
ays he saw laud. He -hlnks It was
He Cosst of Venezuela, but thelkarli's
otTlcsri say mora likely It was the
stand of Curacou.
Regllztna his :.v:. les.nuss. Rodrlnea
Prepaid Anywhere n United Slate
The following collection il w.-ii-
ripened first-siae Bttlbt innlains
romo of tin- most popular varieties,
anil max lie planted indoors or out-
This rolled! 00 .f bulbs, sold at
half the aOtlMt! cost prlc?. is of.
ferei! in order t p i you acquainted
with our High Qualltj Bulbe for
6 Dutch Roman Hyacinths. $0.25
6 Single Yellow Tulips .10
6 Single Red Tulips 10
6 Pheasant's Eye Narcissi .13
6 Double Yellow Daffodils .14
6 Crocuses, Mixed 08
6 Spanish Iris 10
8 Snowdrops 10
Cost Price $1.00
Our Special Offer, Prepaid, 5Pct.
'ut nut th arivfuttft-'mriit :m I rn
clnar with i' impi or mortfy nMf-r or
p.fient t our itor. Ciawi, till .
IO imp rolliNllon tu rrb ficranr
on I. v.
Cntnh'Q rtt itnt Ruth for tfoivt und
'itintm t' Inn tin lrre on ltequt.
Stumpp & W alter Co.
Ilepartmrnt I. W., .
50 BARCLAY ST., NEW YORK
It makes such a pleasant
difference with soups, inont s
and salads that you'll wonder
why you didn't use it before.
Made by K.iVitc!mrd.:t.Slsi,ringSt.,N.V
An Appeal to Parents
To Become Better Acquainted with
Our Departments for Young Folks
'BrQwing.King & Cq
Last week we had such success with the Special Items
offered on the thin! floor of our Broadway Store
that we have decided to reduce for this coming
Saturday and Monday two more seasonable
clothing items. At the original prices t hese floods
are extra good values, because we make them in
our own work-rooms. With the reduction! we
have made for these two days, many will find
exceptional bargains for their Young Men, Boys
and Children here,
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY
Boys' Convertible Collar Overcoats in Gray, Tan and
Brown Mixtures. Ages 1) to 17. Regular 110.00
and $12.00 garments $8.50
Reefers, buttoned to the neck, .'J to 7 year sizes,
Chinchilla and Cheviots, Wi.iO to .sk.,-,o. re
duced to $5.00
110.00 to $15.00 Reefers reduced lo $6.50
These are broken lines of our Best Selling Coals.
Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Furnishings and
Hats are on the floor with the Best Kind of
Clothes for the Young Folks. They are equally
interesting and attractively priced.
"A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
"BrowningKing & Cq
Breadway t Wd Street. Cooper Square at sili Vvenuo.
Brooklyn: Fulton at Do Kalb.
SrPFN MININGS UVT.L 9 O'CLOCK
We Will Furnish You
1 Room al 75c Weekly
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An American-British Alliance
In Men9 8 Knitted Neckwear
$2 to $3 Scarfs at $1.25
One can see with half an eve that Knitted Scarfs are much
worn by wcll-Hieosed men. More is a oompany of such Pearfs,
recruited from England and America, that seldom bear $1.26
price ticket. The English Scarfs come from one of London!
best WaavOT of liandloom crocheted Scarfs, and are usually
held at $2. The rest come from several of the most projrressive
American makers of fancy and accordion-ribhed Neckties: arc
brand-new, in smart styles and color-effects, and arc regularly
$2.50 and $3. Tomorrow, all at $1.20 each.
N. B. Women will find these Scarfs perfectly safe to buy,
and put away for holiday gifts, for there isn't a pattern amotiK
them that men won't likf . Main Floor
Welcoming the Cold Wave With
Men's Blanket Robes, $2.50
These are the best Rlanket Hath Robes for men that we have
offered at so low a price built Gimbel-fashion. We picked ma
terials last Spring, and took lots of time to have them made up.
Tailoring is excellent; all seams are double stitched; the Robot
have sateen yokes and are of full size and length. The material
is a heavy, fleeced, crtfon blanket, with Jacqu'xd designs on
brown, gray, tan, navy blue and green, with wool-mixed girdle
to match. Fine to shave in on cold mornings! $2.00 each.
Men's UNION SUITS
Men who appreciate true Underwear comfort can never be in
duced to forswear the luxury of Union Suits after a first trial.
That Ls to say, if they have gotten hold of the right sort of Union
Suits, which means, properly proportioned, and well-fitting.
Every (limbel Union Suit squares up with these specifications
and we have an astonishing assortment of them, running all the
way from wonderfully good Suits at $1 to the tip-top of silken
luxury at $16.50. Some good ones:
Men's, medium-weight Ecru BalbriRgan Union Suits, long Hleevea, ankle
length, at $1 a suit.
Sten' medium-weight Ribl;ed Cotton Union Suit! in ecru, cream and
white, long sleeves,, ankle lenpth, at $1.60.
Men's heavy-weight Ribbed Cotton Union Suits, cream color, long sleeves,
nnkle length, at $2.20. .
Men's, medium and heavy Worsted Union Suits, natural and silver gray
color, long 3lceves, ankle length, at $2.76.
Saturday Specials in Men's Hosiery
36c and 60c Socks at 26c Pair. Thread silk, plated silk, mercerized or
plain lisle and cotton, in a fine range of colors.
60c Thread Silk Socks at 86c Pair 3 pairs for $1. In black, tan, navy
and fray, cotton tops and soles, and remarkably good Socks at the price.
Boys' Long Winter Overcoats
$7.50, Regularly $10
There is a saving of one-fourth on th
very kind of an Overcoat that every bo:
would like to have and wear this Winter
The Coats were made by a boys' tailor
who thoroughly understands makinp,
clothing for real bovs. Thev are ir
absolutely all-wool materials and stvlisr
patterns, and medium or dark colors,
single or double-breasted model, beltei
back, and convertible collar to be won
open or buttoned up at, neck. Sizes 8 U
Fine Overcoats at $7.50, instead ol
their regular j rice, $10.
Boys' $12 and $15 Knickerbocker
Suits ;t $9.76
Norfolk or double-breasted models, with two
pahs, of trousers made of fine all-wool worsteds,
cassimeres or cheHots -correct styles and sires
for boys of 8 to 18 years.
Boys' Two-Trousers Suits at $6
Made in Norfolk or double-breasted style of
all-wool fabrics gray or brown effects; two pairs
oi luu-nnea trousers wun eacn suit. Any boy
of to is years can be properly fitted as regards
to size and style.
Boys' Chinchilla Reefers
For ages of 2 ' a to 10; navy blue, and different shades of gray or brown, also
neat mixtures of all-wool overcoatings. $6, $7.60, $10 and $12. 4th Floor
Hurry for These Handkerchiefs!
They are such desirable kinds of pure linen for men and women,
and prices are so low, that they will doubtless lie snapped up
in a jiffy.
Women's very sheer Irish Linen
Handkerchiefs, small block initials,
fully laundered; box of nix for $1.
Men's Pure Irish Linen Handker
chiefs, plain and crossbar. Box of six
for $1; regularly $1.25 and $1 50.
Men's and Women's plain white
hemstitehod Handkerchiefs, pure
linen, $1.60 a dozen; regularly $2
Women's Kmbroidered Handker
chiefs, sheer linen, hand and machine
embroidery, all-round and one corner
effect, u great variety of designs. Reg
ularly 2fe to 60c each, at 16c each.
HanJ-mad.- Prineese Lace Hand
kerchieffl, in many ef ective patterns,
a wide range of designs to choose
from; will be put in boxe if desired.
Regularly 50c to $1.50, at 26c ami
Very fine Irish Linen Handkerchiefs
of exquisite machine embroidery; also
some Madeira hand -embroidered
ones. ReguUr'y 75e to $1.50. at
60c each. Main Floor
Three Decided Advantages in Buying
2 Delicious Tempting Varieties
1 Moderate Price
Gimbel Candies are not luxuries, they are most healthful foods
for children and adults, liecau.se nothing but pure, nourishing
food products arc used in their manufacture.
Our set standard of purity itho most stringent in tho world) keeps us ever
watchful and safeguards you and the chitlien. The old-fiu-hioned, home
made, simpler kinds of candies comply most readily to our standard, That
is why we cling to them so tcnaciourly, and also because they ure as
tempting as they are delicious.
Bral ;i.l Creun Poppoimint, 16c pound Just pure sugar, creamed
and mellowed so that it "melt in the mouth"; the best eerriiint flavor.
Cretin Almond:), 20c pound -A good nut-meat roasted to the point of
crispness then smothered with pure sugar and cream - always a favorite,
The flagship of our squadron --the standard bearer in our war
fare axrainsl impurities. And the proudest of them all are
Our "De Luxe" Chocolates The Dollar Box.
K'qually distinguished, as far as quality is con
Duchess Chocotates, 60c pound.
Sweetheart Chocolates, 60c pound.
Victory Chocolate, 40c pound.
Purity L'hot-ilatcr, 28c pound.
uubwy Store, Balcony
Over 300 Fall Overcoats, And 200 Suits Have Been
Newly Added to This Extraordinary Offering of
Men's $22 to $27.50 Suits and Fall Overcoats, $16.75
Snapping football weather comports hut ill with
Summer clothes. Gimbels heeds the march of the
mercury to the bottom of the tube, with this aptly
timed offtring of men's splendidly fashioned Winter
O..I . .1 1 1 Tll ' f . . ,1 a. iL.
own aim nanusome rnu-weiRni wvercoais mm, int
majority of New Yorkers will find plenty warn
enough until well into Winter.
Plentiful new additions from the surplus stock.1
of our trusted wholesale tailors make choosing j
tomorrow of rare interest.
The Chesterfield Overcoats are silk-lined,
and some silk-laced to the edge. Black and dark
and light gray. Also smart Raglans.
The Sack Suits are In i fine variety of the
favorite fabrics and colorings of the season, in styles
for younger and older men.
All at $16.75 for Suit or Overcoat, although of
$22. $25 and $27.50 standards.
Back of this special offering stands the superb
Gimbel regular stock of Clothing calculated to
satisfy the taste of the most exacting man. Every
thing ready to serve you quickly and well tomorrow.
Muslcale and Beauty Lecture
In the Olnthvl Aiulltnrltini Inmorri.r,
el II. If r. M.
MME. DK LA VII
WILL LECTURK ON
"Health and Beauty Culture"
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will rrni'.r f.! w inc urnvrommr.
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Gloves, $1 Pr.
A varied htoup of thesi
smart and comfortable walk
ing gloves at a price lower
than their quality merits.
P. X. M. sewn with spear or
drawnpoint embroidery; one
button or one-clasp, in tan,
oak and red shades. Some
English Gloves in the lot,
all at $1 pair.
Other fine Winter Gloves
for men include one-clasp
Mocha Gloves in gray shades,
unlined or silk-lined, at $1.60
and $2; Tan Gape Gloves,
unlined or with seamless wool
lining at $1.50, and Royal
Buckskin Gloves, unlined at
$2.25; silk-lined at $2.E0;
seamless wool-lined at $3;
and full squirrel-lined at $G.
! our tn fleer
Real Irish Lace Collars Head the List
Of Economies in Neck-Fixings
Our Special Saturdays in Neck-fixings hate become an institution.
As we desire each Saturday'", offerings to excel those of the previous one, we constantly keep an
eagle eye on the market. This week we located a large surplus of real Irish lace collars. And as
we were one of this certain importer's best customers, and as we were willing to take the entire
quantity, he granted us an exceptional concession. Thus we are enabled to offer exquisite Haby
Irish LllCG Collars also some of Haby Irish with heavy de.- iitns in round and square styles, (vari
ous widths) at these prices:
$2.45, Instead of $3.95 $3.95, Instead of $5.60
These are not calculated VQiUAtiOHS, but the a-ttinl prices for which we have sold duplicates.
Realizing that not every woman is yearning for an Irish Iace Collar, we shall present:
hou direct from I'nris. Stolm, blark or natural, five
strands, two yurds long. $3.75: six rtrumis, two yards
$3.86 ; fight strands, 1 ' , yards long, $3.'J j
Marabou Capm. black and natural, $3.76 to $17.29.
Marabou Mutts, blark and natural, $3.9B to $33.
Other Sneciata in Neck-Fixings
Hand-mads Prim-nun Lare Frills MM with storks or
oollafl attached j ako sailor collars. COc nnd 76c, regu
larly 76e to $1.60.
A now onscudo of ilaitrd net or batiste, trimmed with
fino ViilrnciennpH laoo, 60c.
Boudoir and Iln-akfiuit Cb, pretty enough to wear in
the evening. White or blacV net studded with dew-drops
of gold, 05c. Net or point d'eaprit, 80c.
Imported Dewdrop Scarfs, white or black, 60c, regu
Imported Marabou at Prices Only
Possible at Oimbels
Hi cBU.se imported large quantities of this fine mara-
Veila in Patterns or by tho Turd
Chant illy I .ace Veils; black, brown and nav;- Mc,
regularly $1 to $2.
Shetland Veils. 68c regularly $1 to HJl
Mrah Veilings. 18c a yard, regularly 26c to 75c
Without a Rival
$8 and $10 MILLINERY
Lausi IdaM of Paris have been masterfully interpreted In this hundred or more hats by our
The Success o) Gimbel Millinery Is Due lo Its Meritorious Quality
Medium-Priced Salon, Third Floor
Aid and Comfort for
It will be a great, advantage' to the thousands of Camera en
thusiasts in and around New York to get a more intimate knowl
edge of the splendid equipment always at their service in this
Cimbe! Camera Store.
First, a collection of the leading makes and styles of Cameras
that is not surpassed in the city.
Set a remarkable assortment of phites, films, chemicals, and
all other Photographic Buppllea always fresh, and at the low
Third, Developing, Printing and Enlarging of Photographs
promptly and at moderate charges.
Fourth, advice and suggestion by experts who are always glad
to be helpfuli
Here is an interesting group of special offerings for tomorrow:
Met si Tripods, live Mentions, regu
larly $8, at S',4; four sections, regu
larly 2.60, at $1.70.
Carrying ("asiw for metal tripod.s,
regularly $1.50, at $126.
Kubv Oil Lamp! with orange and
ruby glass, regularly 50c, at 36c.
Ruhherized Trays, 4x:t in., regu
larly 15e, at 7c; 5x7 in., regularly
'0c. at 12c.
Printing Frames with glas. up to
4x5 in,, reful arly BOe. at 16c; 5x7
in., regulurly J 5c, at 20c.
Ingento Arid Hypo, 15c lh., regu
larly 'Joe. 10c . lb., regularly 15c. 60
i fb., regularly 10c.
M Q Tubes, i egularly or, at 2c.
Kodak AlbumK, 12c to $3.25.
Lof hef Albums, COc to $3. 26.
I'ostrard Albums, holding from 1D0
to 500 ioat cards, 60c to $1.76.
Ik. "s: say M - y - ; ... s
I y Wt r-a i jr s m
New Parisian Neok-Fixinrs, also will be pleased to have you inspect their loveliness. Many
of them are trimmed with real lace. Main floor
Cozy Coats for Little
Miss Muffet and Her Tiny Sisters
Shall it be corduroy? If so, why not consider this special
coat which we shall offer tomorrow at $0. Very good quality
corduroy in brown, castor and navy. Double-breasted style,
which fastens high at the neck with pearl buttons. A host of
other styles up to $18.60.
if chinchilla is preferred, we also have a very mxid Coat at
$6. These coats in gray, red and blue are lined throughout
with flannel. Other styles up to $11.76.
Black Velveteen and Velvet CoatA--thie for "bit," $6.76
Picturesque Hats and Bonnets
A new Corduroy Hat in lailorvd mushroom Style is just the
thing to wear with corduroy coats. Simply trimmed with
shirred ribbon around crown and a rosette at side. White,
navy and brown. $1.60.
Velottf Huts triniroad with dodad feathers or ribbon, $3.96.
Heaver, Velvet, French Felt and Silk Hats trimmed with
laces, ribbons, fun and flowers, in styles appropriate for play
or dress. $6 to $36. Socond Floor
Concert Saturday EXTRA
From 11 to 5 P. M.
(H'S EDWAJtpfl and his famous Quintette will sing t!ie following numbors
from the "Song Revut uf 1911."
"1 Want to Spoon to itie Tune of the Silvery Moon," "Italian Rorr.ro,"
" hen the orlil Comes to an End.
ho Wants to Meet Me After Srhool Lets Out'.'"
"I've Got to Go and Get Myself a Girl I ike You," and
Sheet Music at 8c a Copy
will hr offered Saturday in an exceptionally giKwl li of
instrumental and vocal selections.
Subway Storti Lower Floor
ff vm$ "Mot Mora