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THE XVIJIXVO WORLD, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1913.
AS SUICIDE LEAPS
Women Become Hysterical
and One Painting Ii Nearly
Trampled in Rush.
Ik tbt ssrlr morning riinh hour, ehin
the train sn1 platrnrnn nrr thronged,
man, whn a Inter Idrntiflnl as
amul Walnrhankar. a tutfltf of 140
WUklna atanur, Bronx, rushed from
the erowd at the north end of to
downtown pn 'if tha Tttrntv-tMrd
Street station of the aunway and fluna;
hlansair in front of an Incoming City
ail local Bavaral woman who
him dl to th track became hyalrrl
oaj and on fainted.
To eave the Moman from fcains
tramplaO In the panic that followed
JaBiea H.itler. a atatlon rinpioyre, car
Had bar to a banch and she waa after
ward rev'vrd by Dr. Ward of Ilia New
York I tn.pl i al
Tha body of tha anlrld waa found
literally wound round th forward aile
at tba drat track. It waa friaiufully
BBaUtad and tha left Iff had been cut
esT at itorman Charlaa Ruoff aaw him
jean p. but, though ha applied h. n-
geaey brake, waa unable to amp In lime.
USED DOUGHERTY'S NAME
AND SPED LIKE MANIAC.
I Deputy ConMRlMiunar Seeks Auto
ist Who Raced Through Green
wich and Displayed Dadge.
I Darnitv Police C mmlaaloner Oeotfa
ft. Dougherty caTr .1 n to hla office
I t"-day wl.h a r'ld had-- of race fly
Ins above hla collar. Nt had read h
the : "n rig paper ntvnjt a man who
went thrniixh OraebWIoh, Conn., yea
tTday, In a red totf rlns car at break
Met iraad and With hla mufflar wide
iM" " 'he iiopeai'-h r mm Mreenwlrh
e d that hen thla reckieae rtulaor
o' law waa etnppot he fladtiad a badge,
mid he wn Hcniaiierty and then
Jumped bit machine, over th Ntate
"I never left my (lree'de all flay yea-
tfdav," inld Imnaherly "I never
owned a red tout lux car and I don't
know a muffler from a 'eft han led
peanut etreli her. Hut I have tele
phoned to lb Oreenwloh police and
ieamed ihe rnmher of that touring
rar 1 locking for the owner now"
A Great Aid in the Dairy
1'roOasor tbMfeYl "rat advlca to
dalryintn la "Clean the palla. can
and aeparatora thoroughly, at leaat
once or twice a day." '
Hnap and water remove aurfane dirt
but thej do not thoroughly remove
all the little germa which aour and
taint tha milk. The greateal of all
rleanatrs la Uold Duat waahlna; pow
drr. It not only removea all tha
vlelble AIM and greaaa, but goea deep
after every trace of Impurity, ana
Iravea tha milk palla, cana and hot
tlea really clean, wholeeome and aafa,
alnreover. It dnea tha work mora
quickly and eaally than any other
WE COULD BOAST of the fact that
the best materials , the best workman
ship, the beat skill la put Into h
tm w a
"With ht Tont Vou Can't Forget'
but are confine ourselves merely to
self -evident truth that we have
the BEST Player-Piano on the mar
set to-day, and that truth can be
nsBMaaKjaled by the instrument It
rash, ae Can ft stent Permeate.
425 FIFTH AVENUE
f.nlraaee ltth St.. !. T. dir.
YOU ctn purebaAf t Horn
oa the moil reuonible
ttrmt e small amount of
ash down tad tat balance
ttinrtlci la Mat REAl
ESTATE columns erf talk
Costs of Cloth Suits Drop
as Makers and Dealers Turn to Other Things
This is Why
Women's $25 Suits are here at $16.75
Young Women's $1,175 to $15 Suits. $10
All Suits for Junior Girls are $8.50
The women suits are a special purchase from a manufacturer who is especially
successful in making suits to fit the smaller type of women. But there are all sixes
in the lot, from 30 to 44. Many plain tailored suits of serviceable serge .and
wonteds; some Norfolk and half -belted models. All coats are silk-lined. The
tailoring is superior.
The young women's suits are from our regular stock about 100 suits of blue,
black and tan serges, checks and mixtures. Some Norfolk suits, also a group of
white and pencil-striped white serge. Silk-lined coats. Sixes 14 to 18.
Forty or fifty suits for junior girls, on our racks now at $10, $11.50 and other
prices, get a closing price of $8.50. Sixes 15 and 17 in suits we can recommend.
Tuesday, Subway floor. Old Building.
$2.50 and $3 Lingerie Waists at $1.75 and $2
175 high neck waists in three styles; yoke
effect with embroidered front; with center
panel of embroidered net; or with lace in
sertion; three-quarter sleeves.
300 low neck waists in eight styles; with
very fine openwork embroidery and lace
insertions, and panel effects; three-quarter
Sleeves. Tuesday, Subway floor, Old Bid-.
Better Shoes than Could be Fairly Expected at $1.90
Calf skis, light or dark tan
Calfskin, light or dark tan
or dull black.
Tan calfskin; flat silk bow.
Not a job lot, but here in all sixes and widths. Made especially for us at a time
when the factory was slack and a quantity of leather was to be had for less than
usual. We picked the styles. The maker is one who supplies us regularly and knows
the Wanamaker requirements. We recommend these shoes. Among our regular
shoes, there are none at less than $3 that are as good. $1.90. subway now. out Building.
Table Linens I . .. .
oju fairs mens a ior 3i
Come to Us to Sell for
15c a Pair
They sold, with a three months' guarantee,
at $1 tor three pairs.
They are really, by our standards, good
At 15c, they are an excellent investment, al
though we shall sell them with no guarantee
further then the usual Wanamaker assurance of
satisfaction, that covers everything sold in
Full fashioned cotton socks, medium weight, with high spliced
urn, uuuuic mica arm extra rcuuorcea toes.
Plain black, tan, navy blue, (ray, burgundy and green.
ours v j to ll ' a. Buy as many as you choose.
Tomorrow, 15c pair.
Tuesday. Subway floor, Old Building.
Vary heavy siWeroleached linen
Breakfast Clothe, sise 6490 inches,
baxnn.ed ready for use, $2.75.
Irish Danuuu linen Napkina, break -faa
alas, 31 H Inches square , lull
bleached; regularly J2 25, at 12 dosen
Lace Centerpieces, 24, 30 and 3b
Inches square, at $1 each. Formerly
1 J5 to $1.
Subway floor. Old Budding.
Sacques & Kimonos
Pi seeing sacques of figured lawn,
Ml fitted back, belt and collar, 15c.
Loaa Kimonos of flowered lawn and
Striped, made on yoke, with sailor
collar, (Sc. Others in Empire style,
finished with acalloped edge, $1.
Suhwav floor. Old Building.
f changeable taffeta ol good durable
quality, wi.h deep sectional flounce
rath tiny gathers and pleating. Other,
ks plain colors and black, with bias
banes and underlay, $3.50.
. Heatherbloom petticoats in several
Subway floor, Old Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart fi Co. Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street
Because This Is the Finest Millinery of
Paris and New York Does Not Make Us
Refrain from Selling These
$85 to $100 Hats at $50 $25 to $30 Hats at $15
$55to $75 Hats at $35 $18 to $22 Hata at $10
$35 to $60 Hats at $25 $15 to $16.50 Hata at $7.60
For this is our
Annual Spring Clearance
Of Millinery de Luxe
J We love millinery! And as It, is one of our specialties, you can
appreciate v. hy we co not spare expense to constantly bring the most
beautiful models of the Parisian modistes to our Salon uid also to
import the finest materials with which our own milliners may
J The cost of these hats is not considered now, for at this time every
Spring we cloar our French Salon to make ready for Mid-summer
modes. We do it at this time, while the season is yet young, so that
you may reap real economies by getting the hats when they are still
the styles of the hour.
J The hats from our own workrooms are so exquisitely made and
colors so artistically blended that they are quite the equals of those
q Hats for all occasions, in correct tailored, semi-drees and dress modes.
A'0rE Theie Baft may not be returned for either credit or refund
All Our Remaining Imported Tailored Hats
from such celebrated London hatters as Field & Sons, Victor Jay
ft Co., and Edward Churchill, are now S3 to $11.25, instead of
6 to $22.50. Third nor
Earn An Extra
At 4 on Your Money.
By bringing us your surplus money for
deposit in our Interest Department,
On or Before May 10th
you are entitled to interest from May
1st, to be credited on July 1st.
It is a good plan to begin accumulat
ing your vacation funds now.
GIMBKL BROTHERS, Bankers
Main Flssr, Bear Balcony
Of Special Merit
There is a good reason for the prev
of each nartirular style In our
stock of Women's Knit Underwear.
Every material, from gauze cotton to
..a a a Ilia M- - A A fs
finest silk, is momma ai zoo -o i o.
And the number of separate (styles
reaches well into the hundreds. Spe
cial emphasis on these for tomorrow:
Swka-ribbed Cotton Union Suits, with hand
crocheted yokes and tight drawers. Our regu
lar 66c quality, at 50c esxh.
At T5c are fewiss-ribbed Lisle-thread Union
Suits, with hand-rrocheted yokes and wide
umbrella drawers, lace-edged, that are remark
able at the price.
Imported Swiss-ribbed Opera Suits (without
rhoulder straps with tight-fitting or umbrella
drawers, are $1 each.
8wiss-ribbed Vests of fine cotton, with hand
rrorheted yokes or of IM thread, with lace in
ertion, or infrrained lisle thread, with bright
. Uk ribbon at neck and arm at Sto each.
For Boys and Girls
Boys' white Oauxe Shirts, athletic or high
neck, with short sleeves, and knee-length
Drawers, with suspender tapes and double
seats, at Mo each.
Boys' fine ribbed Cotton Union Suits,
nthletir style or high neck and short sleeves, in
all sixes, at SQc.
Girls' rihhed Cotton Union Suits, low neck,
eleeveleey, Iscs-t rimmed drawers, all sizes, 66c.
Two Cool and Serviceable
Houae Dresses, $3.75 & $5
Crisp, pink and white striped gingham,
in an overskirt style, with foundation
effect of plain pink makes the $3.75
model unusually pretty I The plain color
is also used for panels in the waist, to
cover the buttons, and for pipings and
shadow lace gives a delicate touch. Also
in blue and lavender. $3.76.
A cotton tissue of firm weave, yet soft
and cool, is used in the SB model, which
has collar and guimpe effect of white
batiste. Lavender, pink and blue.
The Kood lines and the way these
L Dresses lit are a surprise to women who
have always had such simple frocks
made by their own dressmakers. Several
dozen stvle, between 1.60 and $5.
Saccnd Floor, and Roar Aisle, Main Floor
Today and Tomorrow
Special Shrub and Seed Offers
These and other well-liked varieties of Plants, Shrubs, Trees, Flower and
Garden Seeds, at less than the usual prices. Mail and telephone orders will be
liven prompt attention.
Rhododendrons at 28c
Strong, healthy shrubs, well budded, will bloom this season, usually two N irce times
this price, (Not more than four to one cuatc mer.)
Rose Bushes at 9c Each
Tba leading varieties, two and three years old. (Not mors than tan to one customer.)
Combination Of ferine at 95c
1 Spires 1 All for
Today and Tomorrow
In the Subway Store
Economies at every turn in all 75 sections. Ready-to-wear
Apparel for men. women and children; Furnishings and Decoratiot a
for the Home, alike louest prices of Ihe monlk.
More and mor people each month take advantage of this Sale.
The entire Gimbl) oriuiization co-operates to assure its success.
Every lot of merchandise is critically inspected to make sure that
it conforms to
The Uw of the Month-End Sale
Everything advertised must be decidedly under-price, and every article
must be materially lowerin price than it has been previously during the month,
even if it has been reduce) in price before.
These Examples W the Hundreds of Splendid Offerings
2400 Men's Negligee & Soft Shirts, 75c
wen maae rrom Mater, als That Usually Go Into
$4 and $)1.60 Sh.rts
Just the shirts now in greatest demand, and the patterns and colorings are
decidedly attractive. In fact, t would be hard to find better patterns at even
much higher prices.
Because we agreed to take HI the shirts a well-known manufacturer's piece
gooas wouia make, we sccurea ne shuts ut a laeral concession. On top of
tnis, we nave cupped on a Dig sit ol our margin ol profits.
Ihe Ksrlifse Shirts, of the innu-
lar, good wearing madras, are ell-
made and finished; the variety of tot
terns is large and exactly what nn
like Lest. Sues 14 to 17, well woth
coming in a hurry for, at 75c.
The Soft Shirts are well made and
finished of that comfort able well-liked
mercerized material, with soft French
cuffs, white, plain shades and striped
patterns; at 76c.
Subway Store, Bslcony.
Men's $13 and $16 Suits, at 8.76.
Youths' $10 and $12 Suits, at $5.
Men's Rubterized Raincoats, at $2.
Men's $3 Trousers, at $1.76.
Men's $2 Soft Hats, at $1.
Men's Ch;ji.oisette Gloves, usually
LOc , at 26c.
Boys' $3 Suits, with extra trousers,
t Boys' $4 and $5 All-wool Sui J, $2.60
Women's Tailored huts and Dresses,
Originally $12.60, $.75 to $18.75
Lanrelv Tailored Suits, in a varietv of .ivies, of saras. mivtm-oq Miovints
and broadcloth; good colors, also black. En.v 25 styles of Dresses, foulards,
taffetas, serges and other fabrics. Many lain ana char.pt able shades and
other patterns, all at $9.76. subway I or, Balcony.
13.86 (or Lingerie Dressta thai ere 6 to
I $2.96 lor Serf Dresses that were $6.76.
W omen's Lingerie aiats, S6o.
Women's i.e Satin Coat, intended to sell
at $19.50, at 1S. 76.
Misses' $2.96 Lii gerie Drew,, $1.98.
Junior Diessea, .ow-prired at $1.86.
Children's All-wool toaU. SI .7 6.
Women's S6 Colonial Pumpa of patent
leather, at $2.60.
Women's $8.60 I ntent Leather tlotb top
Button Shoes, $1.98.
Women's Nightgowns, Comhuiations and
Pettiroats, slightly soiled, 76c It $1 graces, 6Cc.
85c Lawn Cresting Sarqusa, 26c.
$3 Silk Petticoats, $1.96.
Women's 26c Undervests. 11 He.
Women's 60c White Silk Gloves, 88c.
Women's Doeskin Gloves, ' Wonas" of $1
Women's 25c Neckwear, 1SH-
Children's $1.60 Coats. 66c.
Bsbies' 50c Lawn Caps, 26c.
11 Umbrellas for mei. ar.u women, 86c.
2.60 Traveling Bags, $1.60.
10c to $10 Leather Goods, Hand Bsgs,
Purses, etc.. 6c to $9.
60c All-saw Waiatings, Me yard.
$1 Fancy Silks, 66e yard.
40-inch All-wool Serge, usually 76c, 60c yd.
fci-u.h A.ouuir Sicilian, usually COr, at 38c
ai.-ti.mi lirpss ler.gths of lNc to 15c Wash
Cooes, lc yard.
6f r to te. Dress Lirer.s, 36c yard.
80c Val, iei.r.ts Laces, lie ooz. yard.
Lotni E.g ol LibLon, LsuUiy 4c to 60c, at
2c to SOc ytd.
MM 'l at It ;.. mask, 66c yard.
10c Li.ion u.eri Gluts Toweling, 8c vard.
18c all lii e.rash 1 o-li; , llM yard.
60c to $1.25.i n n.er Curtains, 76c pair.
Rmi.ai.ts, ir,y scrims, etc., usually 12 J 6c
to l&c, at Sc yj. 17
$1.25 ai.d $'..rj Couch Covers, 96c
50c teu&ksi Sewhtu stats, 81x90 In., 60o
20c ai.O 22c ..1, , 1 Gates, 14c.
27-ii.ch W hie Corned Pique, usually 18c,
40-n.ch Ling Batiste usually 18c, at 12 V
12-yard picei English Longcloth, usually
$1.60, st $1.16.
W rought Iron jas Dcmes, mission design,
usually 4, at $1.6.
10c Gas Mai.tlct inverted or upright, 7 for
100-picce Initial ijmer Sets, usually $10,
brats Bedstead, Spirignd Mattress, usually
IL3.60 lor the il put ctv.u, 814.60.
9x12 Ft. Tapestry Brussels Rugs, Mismatched $1 Grades, $7
Rut Samples, the best grades, hand-tufted Austrian, hii.-h Wiltons
French Axminsters and others, 2x3 ft. to 6x7 ft.; if made to oidt, would be $5
to $100; these samples, $1.60 to $6.
A good Ides is to mark the Items you desire and bring tl list slong
bearing in mind that these are only s part of the many emarkabfe
offerings In this Month-End Sale, for today and tomoriv, tn the
1 Red Dogwood
1 Roae of Sharon
25 l'acknges of Seeds
1 Ounce Package Sweet Peas
Magnolia Trees, 4, 6 and 6 ft. tall, now 96o.
All worth pomine ins hurry for Subway Stars, Baloonr
You Can Adjust a 'Spring Shade Awning
Without Opening the Window
For years people have stuck to the olu-tashioned awning, which I he raised
with an effort and let down with a bang; always having to open the wi'.ow or
the wlfo s:retn to fiet at it.
The modern idea is the Spring Shade Roller, for which GIMPF1 S h, n.
elusive distribution m Mew York
It is built on the principle of
a window shade, and can be
raised or lowered from the inside
of the window without any
It admits plenty of air from
above and below.
It avoids the cumbersome
galvanized iron rods of the ul'l
awnings, with their rattling am
sticking, and the uead pull re
quired to raise them.
It is as sightly as it is sensible,
is as suitable lor a l ine residence
as for a hotel, apartment, office
- t i l 1 1 r . i
building or factory, ana i uemg useu uy w m warn. Awning
Price for Average Sized Windows, $3.50 Eacn
Let us aemoiifctrate tneae uxmule-saving Awrumja iu ou, in uu' Jpholstsjy
Store. Six h floor
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