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H1 EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OOTOB1K 8, ltlf.
FEARS SON IS DEAD
AND ASKS THE POLICE
10 SEARCH FOR HIM
Young Garland Vanishes and
j Mother of His Comrade
Hints at Tragedy.
K. (Hr1nd of No. ST Eut Two
and Thirty-seventh street, who
I with the mechanical depart
ed? Th World, went to Police
tartan lul night end aeked a
be made for hie eon. Rlohard.
four, who ha been misting since
U. and who, the father fear, haa
ToonsT Oarland wae forced to realm
sis Boat lion with a Harlem furnltara
In the eummer because of tllnea.
waaka later Mr. Oarland eald th
man daulilad to takj a trip and
a Sept 11 left with Joseph Neleon of
One Hundrod and Forty-aixth street
end Amsterdam avenue. When io word
waa received from him the father start
ed an Inveatlcetlon. Ill married dauan
tar. Mr Ada Foster, of Ho. M Free
oean etreet, saw young Nelson' mother.
Whan ah heard Mis. Foator'e mlse.on
Be exclaimed, .vecording to Mr. Oar
land's story to the police:
"My Oodl Poor Dick; you Rill never
ace him sny more."
Mr. Oarlsnd swys Mr. Nelson wept
and ald her son had returned a few
days before, Ml and biiaten. She then
became hysterical an i nothing more
conld be learned from her.
Mr. Garland told the police htsdsugn
tar then found Nelson, and that upon
learning her errand he said he had left
Menard In Rochester.
STRICT PUBLICITY LAW.
ASKS THE POLICE TO FIND I
FATHER, RETIRED MERCHANT
Daughter Says Jerome Baxter Went
for Walk Sunday Afternoon
A well dressed woman who old she
was Miss Florence Baxter drove up to,
Police Headquarters about 11.3r o'clock
left night In n rsir.ih nd snked that a 1
general alarm be aY nut for her father, j
Jerome Baxter, who went for a walk
at 3 o'clock last Hunday afternoon .nd
has not been '..ear l of airier.
The daug'iter snld her fathor was SIX
ty-elght years old ami lives at No. 210
East Seventeenth street. Ma retired
from business fifteen year ago. He I
accustomed to taking long walks' every
Sunday, but when lie did not return at
his usual hour Miss llaxlrr beam
alarmed. Inquiry among hi friends
brought no results. The reoords of th
hospitals were looked up, but her
father's name til not found. Thspollc
errt out the al.irm.
Mr. Uaxtei is described as flra feet
five Inches Mil, weight l!i ncunds.
brown led eye arid Wind right eye.
wKh gray .air, beard and mustache.
He wore o gray suit, gray roft ha, and
Boys Mar a ManasaasH.
PLYMOUTH. Mass.. Oct. I. Touthfol
vandala nave so damased the national
memorial to the forefathers on Monu
ment Hill that It la thought a larg
part of the airucturo will hava to bs
rssed before repairs can . e made. Four
boy, none more than fourteen, wer
detected committing th act of vandalism.
Cured at Home
WA3H7NOTON, Oot. S.-Jktore than
I per cent, of the candidates nomi
nated for Representatives In ("onxree
nave failed to comply with the cam
paign contributions and publicity acta,
whloh raqulr them to turn In their
axpanse accounts ISji'ore and after th
nominating primary or convention.
The law requiring the flling of these
eoounts Is explicit. The penalty for
wilful failure to comply with It la a
Una of not more thun 11.000 or Im
prisonment not mors than one year, or
The failure to turn In expense ac
counts in due time may be used In coc
teat for seats after the election,
enough th law on this point Is not
Loses KM. i MM i In Jewels.
TTHACA. Oct. K-tli-n d-la,:n-nj nag
worth 13.000 wer left In th washroom
ef a local hotel hy Mrs. Gorg fiwln
Johnston of Towanda, Pa , and when
h rsturnrd to look for t.'iem In fifteen
minute they wer none. The gems
have not been found.
. I'yramld rile Kemeriv Has Made the
Many a bad case of piles ha been cured
by Just a trial jackass of Pyramid Pile
I Remedy, it always proves It value and
j you an get the regular stse 50 cent boa
f from any druggist, but b sure you get
1 the kind von ask fur.
I Hmply send fatsf name and address to
IPyraatid 1 ru Ce., Pyramid nidg.,
I Marshall. IllOB, and you will receive a
amp! psesei Of the great I'yramld Pit
Hetnedy In j.;aln wrapper, by rsturn null,
all cliMTget .repaid.
Pve yourself from tbe surreon's anl'e
and Its torture, the doctor and his bl is.
Pyramid Pile Remedy win ao it. and
thousands of testimonials tell you em
phatically It Is the world's rsmsdy for
law l mfaiL
Every Boy and Girl
Wants a Watch!
' We want every pipe and cigarette smoker
in this country to know how good Duke's
We want you to know that every grain in that big
one and a half ounce Ac lack it pure, clean tobacco
a delightful imoke.
And you should know, too, that with each sack you
now get a hook of cigarette papers and
A Free Present Coupon
These OOUponi are good for hundreds of valuable pres
ents, ueb as watches, toilet articles, silverware, furni
ture, and doiena of other articles suitable for every member
of the family.
You will surely like Di.ke's Mixture, made by Liggett
4; Myet.i at Durham, N. ('., and the presents cannot fail
to please you and yours.
Ah specml offer,
and November only
rjc will tend you
cur new illustrated
catalog of presents
FREE. Just send u
your name and address
on a postal.
Cauptmi from hiit''i Mivtur mc.y ir
awtittd lie f.oxi HOrllt'
LEAF. GRANGER TWIST, i a
from FOUR ROSES (iS-tJn
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MONT CIGARETTES, CUX C1CA-
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:i 'mui.um Dept.
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ST. uoua. MO.
,THE GIMBEL.: S U BWAY;!.S
" i t i stir -i
A Special Ottering From
The Men's Tailoring Shop
Men's Suits and Overcoats
To Order, at $23.50
We have secured an excellent lot of alUwooi
fabrics for Men's Fall and Winter Suitt and
Overcoats, which we can make up to order
much below regular prices.
Ordinarily, we should be obliged to charge,
$30 and $32 for the same materials and the
About enough for 260 Suits and 289 Over
coats at $23.60 each.
There are worsteds, cheviots, unfinished worsteds and
cassimcreR, in grays, browns, blues and mixtures; also
plain blue serge for men who prefer it.
Made up in single or double-breasted style AND
GUARANTEED TO FIT. At many try-ons as you
like, until the Suit or Overcoat satisfies you absolutely.
Many men will jump at the chance to gee
a well-tailored Suit or Overcoat to order for
the price they would usually pay for one
ready-made. Fourth Floor
Gimbel Clothing for Boys
Haa a Special Liking for SERVICE
We know that the surest way to secure a warm spot in parents'
affections for our Boys' Clothing is to equip it with an unusual
appetite for resisting wear.
It gives this good service ON THE BOY not on paper.
To make sure of this, we pick the strongest all-wool materials,
and put them together as well as honest tailoring can do it. We
supply each Suit with TWO PAIRS of FULLY-LINED and
roomily cut TROUSERS and point with pride in particular to
the splendid groups of
SUITS at $5, $7.50, $8.50 and $10
as proof of this. Judged by ordinary Boys' Clothing standards,
these Suits should bring higher prices- and DO. as a matter of
fact, elsewhere, for the same excellence.
Of course, we look out for the beauty of the raUeras. and the
stylish cut of the Clothing, as well as iu wearing qualities.
Plenty of other Suits with the same fine cluiratrtetistics, up
to S16.60, according to the quality of the cloth. Sizes 7 to 18 yi.
Winter Overcoats Are Ready
Just to hint to parents who like to provide their boys with
warm Overcoats, before the cold weather actually cornea.
There are long Overcoats for boys from 9 to 18 years, in smart
double or single-breasted styles; belted backs, or all around.
ACoats for the little fellows, of 24 to 10 years, at S5 to $16.
"Here Comes the Bride
This is the murmur that one hears every afternoon at
our Fashion Exhibition, for there is a bridal procession
at the close of
We have added this feature to the display, because
many interested in the preparation of Autumn Wed
dings were eager for it, as it is so helpful.
The new Grecian-insoired Gown, Wraps Fuik and
Millinery from the famous couturiers of Paris are worn
by beautiful women in Promenade, between 10 A. M.
and 12 Noon; 2 and 4 P. M. Mfhth Floor
Much Excellent Furniture
Is Seeking New Homes
We have recently held a roll call in our Furniture
stock, and found in many cases but a single spokes
man for what had been a large delegation.
That all the pieces of a style have been sold excent one, is a
compliment for the remaining specimen-)ut we do not c? re for
small lots In our stock-keeping. There are discontinued styles,
too altogether a collection of about
$30,000 Worth of Dining-Room and Bedroom
Furniture Selling for About $20,000
Average savings, you see, of apDroximately one-third, ranging
from a $20 Toilet Table for $12, to a $106 Colonial Bedroom
Suite of three pieces, for S70.
And including Sideboards, China Closets, Dining Tables,
reaus, Chiffoniers and other piece, all of the excellent style and
build that are typical of Gimbel Furniture. Soronth Floor
"Vim" Bicycle Tires
Guaranteed Until December 1, 1913
Nearly fourteen months of safe-guarding on "Vim" Tires that
you buy now. And this is a guarantee that STICKS. It covers
wearing out regardless of cause, punctures included, excepting
pulled valves, and rim cuts, both of which are due to faulty
cementing of tires to rims, fo.76 a pair.
October is Fine for Bicycling Weather.
And by buying a Bicycle now, you can enjoy some of the most
delightful riding of the year.
Tho Qixnbol Special Bicyole, made by the Pope M ami far-t u ring Com
pany, arm iriiHranteen ior one year, are fsa.oo in men r. awl worflOfl l modem,
I or 937.60, with New Departure coaater brake. Juvenile model, $16.78, with
J r oaster brake, $33.60.
L Niagara Bicycles, marie for use by one of thr foremost firms of the country
l8.76;withcoasterbake,6U.60. Fourth Floor
Is ready for the heavy Fall and Winter shot) hint with complete stocks of dependable nnz inods a the ereatest
possible economies; in addition, hundreds of under-priced offerings, as for instance, to-day; broken lines of Men'sl
f r, j ATI M i f -- -1 ill 7t. 11. L. It 9 Sh ' . . - . .... Si J
pie v y inter iyvcrcou. ui wu.rs, w omen s ti.?u rtouse Dresses ai nc; ji.jy ana fi.w press uooas at
6V; Room-site Rugs, away under price. Read on!
Just 186 Men s Winter Overcoats at $11.75
Broken s zes, that sold last season for $18, $20 and $22 in our Fourth Floor Clothing Store
li yvru can wear one oi tnese coats, run n to 42, you
get a remarkable bargain, for the styles are vxcellent for this
season, and undoubtedly for many other seasons. But with
us it is a broken lot, and good storekeeping dr mands a quick
Theicfore these 186 iplendid coats will b- sold tomorrow
in the Subway Store at only $11.76.
Full length, big, warm coats, single or double breMttd.
with convertible collars. Also "-length button through
models, some with patch pocket.
The materials are absolutely all wool, jrre with plaid
barks. Gcod patterns such as dark gray, brown Md her
ringbone stripes, brown, tan and gray mixtures, as well s
plan grays and tans.
Y ou arc exceedingly lucky if you get one of these fine
ooattal $11.76. Subway Store, Balcony
Women's Serge Dresses
at $5.75 and $7.50
Six di'ciiledly attractive new models, copied from dresses
selling at much higher prices.
THE DRE88K8 AT f5.76 are unuaualry wll mac of retioh and
storm tei-Re: ope utrikins model haa the now RolHvpierre collar und is
trimmed with 2-inch silk braid. The other models havo turndown collars
and cuffs of satin and lace; black, navy and tight blue.
THE DRESSES AT $7.60 of a trifle finer quaiit v serge are excep
tionally plenxing. One model of l.ovy serge is made with turndown rollnr
effectively trimmed with wide bonds of black velvet down the entire front
and around the waist, piped with rooe colored silk. tubway, Balcony
Smart Coats for Women
at $10.75 and $15
Handsome coats at 99.76 and $12.60 also, but we have
selected the coats at these two popular prices to represent
our fine assortment.
THE COATS AT 10.T6 are full length, of the new rough finkh Thibet
cloth with plaid hack, in good -hadrs of Drown, nay and rray. The deep
cuffs and collar pockets and entire edges of the ccat are bound with braid.
THE COATS AT 916 am tnree-quarter or full length, of handsome
Boucle cloths. Chinchilla and Thibet a great variety of line new model
andtrlking patterns in shades of gray, blue and brown.
Subway Store, Balcony
Today and The Week, One of the Big Event of the .Season. Tnis
October Sale of All Kinds of Yard Goods
A sale that requires itte introduci ion, enaekuly to those who have profited by our previous events; br'.e 1, it is i
certen movement, m an Kincs oi yai-a g otts- ure now patterns, colorings ar,d v.e;.s. All readable axd lefchte. a' one
quarter to cne-half less than usual prices. I bis neiigrt bulletin will give an idea of the great variety and extremely low prices
that are especially remarkable at this, the he j'ht of t he reason :
85c & $1 Silks at 55c & 65c
36-inch, IVfliik Mcrsaline, in 28 street and
evening shades, soft, lustrous quality, 660 yd.
86 in. silk poplin, street and overling shades, 66c.
24 inch blae' satin de chine, 66c yd.
24 inchjiovi ily silk, 10 changeable shades, 66c.
24 inch black ptSU de reivCCo yd,
24 Inch blnck li'iigonal sill , fefc yd.
I1.2A black PaHmttt de Soie. :6 in., at 86c
18 inch all siik taffeta, pretty new plaid de
signs, usually 6QCj M ?6c Subway Store
Standard Apron fiinghsm, 6c.
Chnmbra.vs, i; ood shades. 60.
10c. Percale: , ;i(I in., figured designs, at 6c.
12!-ic. Printed Tr-Miies, good colors, at 6c.
27-in. !re r (iinghonv- tlaid A plain shades 8c.
tt-tmh Zephyr Gingham in lengths of 2 to
20 yards, reg. 12 J .0., at Oc.
ISc wool finished ChalCc. 30-in. wide, at 12' c.
Siik ard cotton Fabria- tussr.h, pongees,
searfings, shantungs, usually 25c and .', . at 16c.
$1.25 and $1.50 I rr ported
Dress Goods at 65c
A clean-up of the entire surplus yardage of a
noted fcrcicn manufacturer. Not over two pieces
of any o?:e inatWi but over forty fine patterns
and shKiic: in the eoUfCtloB, Thesearon' mod
favored patterns -cheviots, basket wcrves,
serges, Prumlla cloths. English mixtures and
others biack, blue, brown, gray and many
All at 65c a yard. subway
Instead . $1.25 sad $1 ;.n a yard. Store
."6-inch Lining 8atin-hite snd colors;
usually f'Ot, ut 4(0 a yard.
27-,nch Llntne Moreen Good colors: usually
25c, at 18C a ) a 1,
SG-incb L'nni Remnants- l'erealirr, tatnn
and others; uf-ually ICc to S6, at ICo a yard.
but wiy Store, Lower Hoor
Loom Ends of Ribbons
A li m 1a, f,Am lltMa rt . - - Vi. . ,
'S 1,1 .I'M, 'in.. j, ,'ni . iiihiii i nuns,
satin and plain taffetas, wush ribbons, stripue,
jacquaid ard warp prints and ethers; black,
wnite arn colors, in irngir.s oi 4 lo B-.' yarns
some slightly imperfect .
Firm J to 8 lofhaa tn Ida
All Ot la to 2Cc yard
Usual prices, 4c to $1.50 yard.
Subway Store Lower floor
Laces and Embroideries
60 to 10c Washable Laces, Sc tnd 6c yard.
Torchon and cluny edges and inseitiuns.
76c to $1.60 Lacoa, 66c and $1. Shadow all
over desisTiH. lib ai d 42 ir: . aide, a Kite and ecru.
160 to fl.60 All oyer Mots and Lacoa, 10c to
fl. Venire. Oriental sr:d dotted deMvrs,
16e to 86c I iiibrolderies, 10c, 12c and 16c.
Sample strips of insertions at d corf".
66c and C6c Tlouncingi. S8c. 26 inrlusaide.
Subway Btoio, Lower Floor
Women '5 Satin Slippers
The best we have yat seen
at $1.95 a pair
So thceOUgluy well made are they
and of such A qitaUty satin thai
we guanmte,' r.v natln not to break.
A daintV, icr.'.eilul inoilel, v.ith
hand turned Botes und sutin covered
All i.ei, from 2 to 7,
wiirt.h A to D. ready for
iinmedie f elect ion in
these good shades:
iAst season v e sold over 1,000 of
these Satin SlippsM und existct to
sell more than double that number
this season, at the very low price of
61.96 a pair.
Rhinea one buckles, in a wide
variety of pat terns, that give de
cided distinction to the slippers, at
61 to $4 a pair.
Subway Store, Balcony
75c & $1 Turkish
160 dosen of these fine Towels just
received in u big mill clean-up pur
chase. Snow white, with a soft mer
cerised finish - some very slightly
imperfect, 26 by 49 inches. Usually
76c and $1 , ut 60o.
Hemmed Turkish Towels, 18x86
inches, snow white, usually 16c, at
Turkish Towels, 2.1x46 inches,
hemmed, usually 30c, at 36c.
All-linen Huckaback Towels
hemstitched, satin damask borders,
with place for monogrum, 26x8M
inches, usually 30c at 26c.
Huckaback Towels, of Union linen,
20x40 inches, usually 22c. at 18e.
Huckaback Towels, of Union linen
20x88 inches, usually 18c, at 16c. '
Hemmed Huckaback Towels,
Union and all-lim n, sizes from 16x84
to 20x:w iiwhi 1, usually )5o, at laic.
Hemmed Hui kaback Towels, plain
white, 18x37 inches) usually $1.35, ut
Subway Store, Lower Kloor
Framed and unf tamed, in
a variety d subject, that are
decidedly won h wh ile, and very
1,000 Hand Colored Prints, on
11x14 inch while mounts, very low
priced at 10c.
200 Imported French Prints,
hHnd colored, In ornamontad antique
gilt framw. somo slightly marred,
at only 36c.
200 Water Color Fat-Similes,
Kx20 iitcliev, ornamented jilt frames'
A Oroup of Odd Pictures- in a
variety of good subjects, including
etchings, 90x30 In.,
in thre! inch oak or
gilt frames, somt
of the frumes
slightly mam d ; re
ducer! from $1.50
and 3 totl,
NotionsA Four Days' Sale
In our complete, popular priced Subway Notions Store.
This .sale will help fill many wcrk baskets with reliable, wanted
notions at wortn while savings.
TTI tie 1 Isaea Ut. UM a
ff Wi;rn- or whirl walat
own.. J.-ac ut.. Hii.r.o inr
'FtrfX Unn" Drill
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WSMMlIti 2 UT., tSf
" 'H m h I rU' hss "
fvjMhaiMsj DrMs Bhmai,
Mr fur thro 4 papora
MM l.raa" ftnirllith Tina.
UN for 5 1 .1-) Kn
Ish I'lsttxl I it,.
I Ire fir I hi .'it- rrtrd"
'VMvoy" Hsfriy I I r
tOr fr thr.e 3 Ill
rinfj. m hlurk ,U1.1 cinr.
I A for los. C r.rtU
ni vol rut. -i Bftfity
lOi f"r IhffM 5c ctktdm
Drfu ShUld 1 1 im
im for two 1 2r Pin
CUlMssfs In hlg.'k ntlil . a.
iOr for f!va fir pa kirM
Clml ! Imporrrrl Wit
M fr 2 4 vivd roll of
irnttAn Tsp. ii.itrk snj
fo- (hrr Id ro n
K'ufllali Twill Tup.1
Iftr for IWs) ( I lrst
or n Ltnitfri 7oe
Kir for D ' srlp 1 mlirl
"Mufisl" Hooti s n -1
Mi 'or to 4 1. "John
3, lalfk's" Ss?arii. rot
UlN- tor hm 'fi hal'D
Mlli- for dm.
h silnar otii.n.
MM for fl.
N -.rirs rtivint WIJL
elHfl for dot nvrda Af
"Qtw am ' Htli'dut collar
Hfiv for do. 'Arris
"n" or "Atr" oi lar
Mippot 1 trc,
1 t for ilox. rards
"odds arn! nJt' of collar
Hi- for thr r pftlrs
PlaslIMM Tip mnhsUi
4r for oris biinri
( J ifoi. abra !'
15c frv tsottlai of ' Ollt
Un ' ahrwa pnllah.
iiw- rot I0o pt' fc-
if dry rlaaanr
Hi.- (or fhrs Re pair
of iinn cnra m
iTie for I wo in- wtth
for A5 d .1 of
lniportad sainltsrv tow.
:Tir ' (walia Ao Turk.
tah or honsreomb wmsl.
I ft. for two in nlcka)
folding win rot
I. s'i a .
I Si for 4o 2 i 'a
ot "O. N. T." dau-nin
lr for lfi nl k.'
Jif ni ftjffj of artulift.
Nubtaav Mgr, Lwr
$1.60 House Dresses, 75c
A prreat, collection. Dozen, of food styles of house
drSfSSa from dur retfular stock, from makers whose nanus
BfS familiar to every woman. Broken sizes, to be sure, but
a.i bizes in the collection from 34 to 44.
Of one imrtvular style we have all sizes. A perrsle house dress,
round neek, lone sleeves, trimmed with bamie, in well covered pink,
lavendrr and blue patlf rns.
Among ine many ether style there are house orerses of lawn or per
broidery. All at 71c each
in light, medium and dark colors: nlnir.. l.iuh r.ei k dri sses. a-ith fnnv
sleeves, Dutch and round nock models, trin rred aith bands and em-
Subway Store, Balcony
Brown & White Cooking Ware
Averaging Halt frice
This brown and white rorkmg warn in well liked because it is derided I
This special lot will II rapidly tomorrow at thrsr prires:
ouc i assemleM, oval i,r round, 20C
lHr. and 2&e He Pluten sat.
10c snd ISr Tudding 1'ishes, So.
20c and 26c Mixing Hem's. 10c.
40c doten Kamekins, doaen 20c.
( ustard ( ups, Sc.
lKr & 26c Hot Milk Pitchers. 10c.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
People Will Hurry For
These Rug Offerings
Said the ruu; chief, as we were looking (hem over. And every
one who BOSS them, we helii ve. will Ik- equally anthusioatic, for
they are splendid bargains, These two groups;
Bocm-Sizo RugB, Made In Our Workrooms
Kroin sLmples of high-grade rups.alxo fnm odd rolls of earpsta,BJ)d the
work haii bein d M to nicely that In BM t cio VCU will hardly notice the
few necessary Hani I, isjwcii.liy after they have bf;i used short time.
Naturnlly the quantity if llmrtad- they should all c. in a few hours to
aises and Su. Ordlnarllr
0x12 It. Wilton n(l Axniiiiter 'lugs :0
B x 12 ft. V. ilton .ind Axner.ster Rugs $40
10ft. 8 in. 1 12 ft. 6 In. Wilton Rufi $62.60
iOMilOHrt. AxminsterRugi $80
10H a IS ft. Wilton Rugs $56
10". s lift, Wilton Ruga $t;o
91a x 12ft. Wilton Ituifs $17.50
1C0 Tapestry Brussels and Aiminster Rugs
In a variety oi good patterns thai have born discontinued by the manu
facturers, !ui Itr.gfl 'lint slii.w hardly notlccabls imHTfections:
Tapestry Bru sels Rugs tM i 10K ft.. VIJO pada, $16
x 12 ft.. iainid, 114.60 grada, $8.60 xuu.. $18.60 grade, $io
a x 12 ft., seandes, $17 grade, $11.60 U x 70 in., $J.75 grade, $3.26
Ajtmiimer hufrs -'7 x M ' 2 -5 rua- '
9 1 12 ft.. $23. 60 irade, $16.60 Subway Store, Lower rioor
$1.50 & $3 Corsets tt 95c
200 pairs cf W. B. "Nutorm" Cor
sets in a variety of excellent new mod
els (or slight, medium and large fit-
urea that we can offer at this grvstfy
rsaaoag price because we w ere given
a lilieral concethion on this special
lot; sites 1H to 30. Fire new $1.60
snd $3 ( orsets, tomorrow at t6o.
800 pairs of Thompson's Ql ore
Fitting Corsets, of strong rout II,
long hip snd low bust; sizes 18 to
26. usually $1. at TSe.
Subway Store, Balcony
Women's Slisor White Band
kerchiefs, hand embroidered; ur
ually 12c and 16c., at 80.
Initialled Handkerchiefa, un-
laundcrcd . usually 6c, at 4c.
CI.... SJkll. II ... .1 I . . i
uwt w, BSBISS SUIUkOl sssssssesj
with dainty block initials special at S
Children s Hanilkc rchlers, n
pretty Im..-. 3 in a box, at 16c, 20c
arid 26c. Subway Store, Balcony
Vanity Cases, $1.25
Intended to sell ut $2.0. Very
attractive flat models, Utttd with
mirror, ni.d a piace for powder,
nickels and dirrea, with fine linked
chain. A quite remarkable offering
at ti.ao. Bunway, Balcony
$5 Traveling Bags, $3.95
Just 60 splendid cow hid" traveling
bags thoroughly well made, leather
llred, with revnlorcwl corners, m a
lock and catches; 16, 17 si d 18 inch
sizes; t. row n or ruiMt; iim ully $6
at $3.96. Subwsy Store, Balcony
Importer! Briar Pipes, 10c
Seconds of .5c aodSOcgrsdea
Nearly 3,000 in the collection!
strsight or curved stems and hard
rubber bits. Hard to find the small
faults. They sheuld sell in a hurry
at 10c. tut av. Balcony
THl RTT-TH1 6U 8X
Prop hcail style, guaranteed for
five years. The head full size,
with a high arm. A full set of attacb
menta included. The ease is finished
in dark golden oak, with four
drawers. We have sola tmm at
822.50. la w 116.00.
$2 will bring t he machine to your
home, the halanco $1.00 weekly
A teacher will be
nt to your homo
it within twenty
five milea of New
York, fre of all