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GETS HOME AFTER
Youngster Travelled by Dump
ers and Sea Across Conti
nent and to Panama.
i i i I i i
Acting- Superintendent Thomas O.
Moore of the Children's Society received
y tterrlny a wlrel"s mrisin from sea
Infonrlng him that the steamship Alll-
hi a rum Colon hail on board "Theo-
iloi.- MaslM nft.en," consigned to the
u i't by the It' I Orowi Hrcnt of the
Pana tnft fnnl Zone. .Vhen the whip
arrive.! the boy brought to an end an
4vntun In travel that began In June,
Carried him across the rontlnent and
dm. ii 10 the lHimin on the Pacific elite.
It a Sturdy, good humored con-
tfmi.nl i , I iHic. . a l'iinnlnr)iflin and
l'..i:;.i rtCt . 'I at thp pier, l.lfe ctlt
dOOPS ha.i made hl;n as bfOWfl a a nut
u-i . h was full of good spirits. The
(Been goi on ven turfttf with htm hr-
; ii- I e roachod tho society i.uiuing,
a;. I here lie told in story with such
LMt lUal f ipt .Moon- raid It u.i easy
i .. lea :.ia tin' boj had mads trlondi
II Inn : hie rt uK
lii June ha was attending school No.
2i .ii Pataraotii .v. i . where hi parents
I it No. .I'l'i iii ami i.tntt. One nurn
Injf, R'lth tliriu other bOf he set jut
i.i m tbi a His ootn pan Ions i--Ma.a
Iwmealcs aflat koIhk flf taan milts.
TAaaUura returned w.tn then ta r.iu.r-
iui. tu.ik th in aafeljT to their dour
i ml rfMIHstd tlic t rip alone.
IFttihil, iki ii.iiiii'V ami nothing with
Mil CXcapl I hi 1 ithiiis he woia, he
jumpi' i a Lacks anna freight train
v It'll carried bint to Scrantun. Pa. He
mi now to i Important to ratnaln thir-
tetn, and fixed flftaan aa Ida .iRr, and
hi i name NavalMOn he channed to
Ily vsrlous HlIM he got to Chicago on
Jii. B, a munMi after leaving home lees
t IJT, Freight eraWa had shurcd their
dliin t palla a 111 hhn and he earned a
e.irrylnK gill's for passengers an I
eTOm Omaha he headed for Texas
At PaJlaa U. A. Dunn, heal of the
New-hoys' Ahs.k lation, ahoweil him
around and had bin written up In the
papara, In FOrt Worth Deputy Sheriff
John Alderman took him In hand and
Mayor Bill lavls entertained hlni. He
crossed the border at El Paso and
walked to Juarez. Then he crawled un
der Sum-at Kxpresi dining oar. which
carried hlin Into California, lteportera
were hl frlenda in I.os Angel 'a, wrote
him up and fed him.
In Man Fran Oi SCO he gut a Job as gal
lay boy on tile ship Stanley Dollar,
boon I for Uaiuoa on the Ialhimia. I'min
that port he ran away to Panama City.
The Had i'roB people and lie police
there at once Interested themielvea In
lilm. In leaving the ship he bad helped
himself to a lotMCCO pouch lying In a
Bailor bunk, n opening II after he
had ran awuy ho found HO In It- The
aallur cbaaad him to Panama wheru
tile money wan ret irnel. la boy told
of i n- pouch Inoldant to iha officers
ft - i lay aa freel) ai anything else.
'i ! Court committed him to ti e cgfl
nf ihe aiclely and a telegram was aent
to Iha Pataraon add reaa notlfvtnff 'he
parents of bla arrival. Tint i.-i.-grani
an.e back, Iba family having moved
QUICK TEST FOR PRESS LAW.
(tovrrniiieitt III Ktpeillfe Pro-
t-eeillnua In Publicity" Case
WASHINGTON, Oct, It. Kvery eflori
will be mndo by the government to
fa. UUata the conalderatlon of tho in-
r I u: n ,i i 1 1 ii.i . in , . u ml- i i, 1 1- -
train the enforcement of the news
paper publicity law.
''I have requested Attomay-Oanaral
Vicke'-sliam." said Postmast.; -Ueiier i!
Hitchcock to-day, "to expedite the suit
In every poesH.U way In the Interest of
tba publications aa well aa the Qotf
"Ptraonally I have waive I the la'k
of Juris. ih lion of the New York court!
over a Cabinet officer, tiiit the proceed- i
iJJHfl may bs brouglit to an Issue prompt
ly. No mt-rely technb-al legal obataclcl '
will be laid in the way of the nriKeeU- I
SKULL BROKEN, HE'S "0. K."
Boy Hun llnnn by Motor Trurk
will I4r0 n.-siilie Injurlea.
Waklni up to-day in Proapsot Hoa
p la with a fractured skull and lntern::l
Injuries from being run down by a
motor irusk, lbtrtasnyaarold Jamea
Klyman ' No. pm Carroll street, Brook
lyn, said he waa all right ex vpt that
hit eye hurt. Last night he waa ex
pi i lad to die.
' I am afraid you are going to git
hurt."' Klvman'i mother told htm w-ien
Ik. s.liried riilVr nU:,1!li.r on 'sh!llir- in
enue bite yoatorday, WThsn Iks noal
ird of bun ba was in tba boapltali
.. doctors HOW say '.he boy may re-
SHIP BATTERED IN STORM.
Ulillall Xleun.ee I'ma Into Neivporl
Vi na "llliet of i inl.
KUKFOItK, Va , Ki t. 11- With her j
Ni'iwarka damasedi her iteerlni gear
ili-rinyel, niie llfeiioat i;one. nno.her j
airsahed and liar supply of roal runnlug
uart iha BittUh i tea mar K, . Halt-
uurib has arrived al Wewnort Kaw
The Halimarshi bound t. Ulvarpool
from PensjooMi ran Into 'he Mvarel
Norm thai weDl tin ,-oa last Sunday.
Por four isyi lbs big ship w is tosaed .
in i. in. i ilka a cork, blown off bar aouraa i
nn-' J- mil able to make four knots!
an hour when .tried to weather thai
. i e The S immall barely had ei ii u.i
fnl tt to brlpp heato porti Hhe will
U- npi ii.1 a Sev Jr t S'ews,
Yo-fiiy la '.be flret flay of regietra
lou. If yon do no rtglatcr you cin-
Store Open All Day Tomorrow
Au Revoir Tomorrow
This F.isliion Exhibition, which has been the talk of
America, will be presented for the last times tomorrow
between 10 A. M. and 12 noon ; and 2 and 4 P. M.
Nowhere else in the world is it possible for you to see
simultaneously all the latest Paris Modes in Gowns,
Wraps, Furs, Millinery and Accessories of Dress for we
are showing in this display all the authentic styles that
the famous Couturiers have created for this season.
We shall be especially glad to have the Younger Gen
eration visit this Exhibition, for we shall also snow the
new Modes for young girls. Eighth Floor
Women's Tailored Suits
$25, $29.50 and $35
A score or more new styles in corduroy, velveteen,
broadcloth, diagonal weaves and novelty materials
navy, black, the new shades of blue, taupe, Bordeaux,
and otht r colors.
Other new models up to $110.
Smart New Frocks
$18.50, $25 and $35
Demi-tailored styles that may be worn out-of-doors
during the Autumn, and yet are appropriate for indoors;
in serge, eponge, velveteen and corduroy.
Other new styles up to $66.
Hrproduclionn and Modification of our
lalr.it Imported Modrlt. Third Floor
Here's a Surprise for You
In This Inexpensive Jewelry
When you see these charming La V'allieres, the long Jeweled
Chains, the Pins for Robespierre collars, and many-hued Hat
Pins, you will marvel that so much prettiness costs so little.
In point of fact, every piece in the whole fascinating collection is
marked at a third to one-half below its usual value. There are:
Hat Tins in whitp, pink and smoked pearl, surrounded by small rhineatonce,
at 26c to $1, usually :! to $5.50.
Jeweled La Yullieres, with imitation amethysts, sapphires, topazes or white
crystals, at 60c to $2.50, reicularly $1 to 4.
Long Jeweled Chaina, in silver or gold plate, set with mock atones, 60c to
92, regularly 11 to .
French Pearl Bead Necklaces, in uniform or graduated sizes, 60c to $3,
regularly $1 to $;!.50.
Jeweled Robespierre Collar Pin, in bowknot patterns, at 26c and 60c,
usually 50c to $1. Main Floor ...
Attention The Napoleon Girdle
Inspired by the sash of ribbon that h' petit caporal used to wear.
As applied to women's costumes, it is graceful, decorative and
practical. The leather belt a modern modification allows the
snug fit around t he waist, and all but meets at the side, where a
sash of soft black silk ties in a bowknot or once over, with ite
ends dangling. Many of the Heir are embellished with rich
metal elastic. 60c to $2.50. Main Floor
Special Prices for Cleaning and Dyeing
The following low prices for perfect work, hold good for the
remainder of the week. Telephone or mail orders carefully filled.
Any Wait t, cleaned, $1; dyed, $1.26.
Skirts, denned, $1.26; dyed, $1.60.
Women's Dresses, Coats or Suits,
cleaned, $2.76; dyad. $3.
Kimonos or Hat hrolu'i,cleaned,$1.60.
Corsets, cleaned, 60c.
Polo Coats, cleaned, $1.60; dyed, $2.
Kid Slippers, cleaned, 40c pair.
Pur Sets (muff and scarf) cleaned,
(iloves, all lengths, cleaned, 6c pair.
Men's Suits, cleaned, $1.60, dyed, $2.
Overcoats, cleaned, $1.60; dyed, $2.
Men's Fancy Veats, cleaned, 40c
White Fur Hats, cleaned, 76c.
Children' Coata, cleaned or dyed,
Curt nins, cleaned all kinds, $1 pair.
Portieres, cleaned, $2 pair.
Main Floor, Roar Balcony
Marie Louise and Napoleon
And Other Notables Are at This
World Congress of Dolls
"I have never seen so
many dolls, not even in
Germany!" was the de
lighted exclamation of a
woman from the Father
land which might also be
called Doll land.
How the youngsters will
clap their hands with glee,
when they see all thesedolls
dolls with chubby, laugh
ing faces, and others that
are crying, lady dolls and
voung girl dolls, too. Mad-
amoiselle from France who deliffhta in kissing her hand tosav
au rnoit dancers and dolls in fancy costumes and modes oi
Charming little Japanese, Dutch, French and other dolls
in the national costumes of the world.
And would you believe it -Hans is here with his bear
Hosa with her pigs, Puss in Poors, and other fascinating
creatures that the little ones have heard about in their
Qttttfl like a real young girl of about 12 years, is a doll
which we think is the largest that has ever crossed the ocean.
It is about 5 feet tall.
Then too, there are tea wagons, pastry shops, and flower
stands to mr.ke doll life more real.
And everything that dolly needs, from roller skates to furs.
Prices for dolls, 3c to $66.
. little girls are iniiteJ to this Exhibition. Third Floor
$10.76 $6 $2 $6 95 $6.95
Simply Amazing! Tomorrow's Sale of Blouses
At $2 to $10.75 for $5 to $16.75 dualities
Being sponsor for all the new Modes in Blouses and having our hand on the situation in
Paris we are in a position to know just what kind of Blouses arc n est wonted. As we import
the latest models for reproduction purposes we do not hesitate to specialize thim at low prices.
Distinctive Chiffon Blouses, at $5, $6.95 and $8.96
A number of charming styles each one seems prettier than the others. Delightful Mend
ings of colors In some but each is a dainty Paris-like conceit. Inthenewcolorsand black.
100 Crepe de Chine Shirts, $6.96
Excellent Crepe de Chine In these smartly tailored Shirts with Robespierre collar and long
carefully fitted dress sleeves finished with four-inch shadow lace frill. White navy and I black.
100 White Crepe de Chine Blouses, $6
This the Prince Imperial Frill Blouse with the pretty flat collar a Blouse of simplicity
that is quite dressy.
The "Prince Jmperial" Jabot Blouse, $10.75
This we introduce tomorrow! ""And we arc sure that you will call it the Blouse with the
wonderful Jabot for we have copied precisely a $30 Jabot. The Mouse itself is of white tucked
net and a touch of color is added by the tiny cravat which is llipptd through the jabot.
Satin Charmeuse Shirts, First Quality, $6.96
Typical Robespierre style -with the new long tajiering-to-point sleeves finished with
lace frills. Pretty silk cravats Lustrous and rich 1
600 White French Voile Blouses at $2
This Blouse is illustrated as it appears when worn with a coat in the centre frame. It's
soft Prince Imperial frill is the ideal sort to be worn outside a coat and its Robespierre collar
is carefully designed to turn softly over the coat collar. This is the copy of a $25 French Blouse
the only difference is that this is made by machine and is trimmed with imitation Valenciennes
lace instead of the real hand-made. Third Floor
The Evolution of Style Is Interpreted in
Gimbel $6.76 to $14.75 Millinery
In Paris no one knows what the morrow will
bring in millinery Fashion never ceases to create
something more beautiful.
We have our own Bureau at this Fountain
Head of Modes, and it immediately transmits them
to our Millinery designers here in New York. And
they reproduce them.
But, as we have artists whose creations have
won applause in Paris, and who are recognized to
be the best in America many new styles are
created in our own workroom. That is why
Gimbel millinery is distinctive.
And we want to emphasie that it is our
best designers who create our $6.76 to $14.76
Hats, as well as those at prices up to $150.
During this week they have been busy making chp
eux for tomorrow's display, in which there will be about
five hundred Hats, of plush, silk and velvet, in Tailored,
Demi-tailored and Dress styles. Also Uxjues for elderly
women. Third Floor
For Young Girls This Specialized Millinery
German Velour Tailored Hats, $5, trimmed with
ribbon motifs, brown, navy, taupe, white-and-black.
Tailored Felt Hsts, $2, brown, navy, castor, red and
Plush Hats, Trimmed, $2.76, rolled brim styles, in
navy, white, brown and black. Main and Third Floors
Many a Girl Will Be Glad to Get
Half a Dozen Pairs of These Fine
GLOVES from the BON MARCHE SALE
Of two iarticular sorts of Cloves among the many included in
this Sale, we bought larger quantities than the rest, because we know
them to be just the Cloves that most women want. Like all the
other Cloves in the sale, they were made especially for GIMBELS, of
soft, fine, perfect skins, and finished in the best possible manner.
They illustrate very clearly the unusual advantages of this Bon
Marche Sale, which make it safe and advisable- for women to buy
their glove supplies for a whole year ahead.'
Women's One-clasp Pique Lambskin Gloves
85c Pair, $5 for Half a Dozen Pairs
Austria is the home of these excellent Cloves, which are the equal
of the best Pique (Moves at $1 that are found in our regular stock. In
black, tan, white, gray and brown, with one row of embroidery on
the back and one large clasp, The correct Cloves for street wear.
Women's 16-button Glace Gloves
$1.95 Pair, $11 for Half a Dozen Pairs
We consider these CJoves as fully of $2.5(1 quality. Made in
Prance, of soft, fine skins, finished bcauiifully, fully cut and overscam
sewn. In white, black or tan, with filet or Paris point backs, anil
ball pearl but tons. For evening, reception or street wear.
It must not be forgotten that there are other Women's (Moves,
the special lion Marche Sale prices, from 76c to $2.95 a pair, ujxin
which further savings can lie made by buying the Cloves by the
Also a splendid group of Mi n's one-clasp Tan Cane GlnvM
at $1 pair.
Think of your Christmas: I'resettls now!
Presentation of Our New English Coat )
At $16.50, $24.60 and $27.50
We consider this quite the most dis
tinctive Coat that London has given
to fashion this season. It is a belted
style, hut a very clever one Of course,
it is of English worsted, and its but
tons are of leather to match. The
quality of the fabric regulates the
prices, and these ara the colors:
At $16.60 it is in light gray.
At $24.60 and $27.60. brown, light
gray and Oxford.
Another importation of our exclusive coat
"The Cvrano" has arrived. Thistimeitis
in Oxford Montairnac. with various striped
colored lining, $19.60.
Not extremely mannish are Coats of chin
chilla, such as is uned for men's overcoat.
Oxford and navy, with velvet collar and
Black broadcloth Coats in the new three
quarter length, that have Robespierre collars,
inlaid with velvet, and are lined with a
beautiful color of peau de cygne, also inter
lined, are $26.
Broadcloth Coats, trimmed with braid and
Among our Imported Coats is the
model illustrated; It Is of black and whit
striped peaudelainc with moleskin collar, $66.
lit '11 HIS I
All Kinds of NeckfixingsBut These
Are Special for Tomorrow
Collars. Jt2.25; regulvrly
Hand-embroidered batiste, trimmed
with real Irish lace. One style is
Real Irish Uce Collars, $6.H
Samples of $10 to $15 qualities.
Various sizes in square style, In Baby
Irish, also Baby and heavy designs.
I'rince Imperial Guimfies. fl.50
Conv of a $9 French model. Fine
white Brussels net with hand-em
broidered collar with full net frill..
Robesfiierre Collars. bOc. Tc and ill
Exceptional. Some of fine laces,
others combined with silk. Also a
few Directoire collars. Regularly
75c to $1.M.
Pleating, 50c yard Usually 75c to $1.50. White
and beige shades in shadow laces, also some of net trimmed
with Valenciennes lace.
Veilings, 18c to 26c Yard
These prettyVeils, in shadow and the more conventional
mesh designs, are of 30c to 50c qualities black, white and
a few colors. M tin floor.
Fleeting! These Rare Offerings
Of the AUTUMN SALE
Of DRESS GOODS
Tomorrow the Sale ends and with it your opportunity to
save a snug sum toward the price of the making on the fabrics
you have planned for your Winter wardrobe.
Libtral as the quantities were, which we provided for this
Annual Autumn Sale, a week of large demand has left its mark.
Not to be wondered at when you think that EVKRY Fabric
in the long list is chosen and approved by Fashion this fall, for
the making of smart tailored suits and costumes and coats.
But sufficient quantities of these for particular mention
$2.60 Imported Broadcloth, $1.35 Yard
54-inch , in fashionable colors and black ; sponged and shrunk.
$2.60 Navy Blue Whipcord, $1.66 Yard
In u firm, handsome cord, 58 inches wide, in fast color navy
$1 Imported Henrietta, 76c Yard
Of Cerman moke, with a silky finish, and a good range of
$1.60 and $2 Black Dress Goods, $1 Yard
A rich assortment, in all-wool and silk-and-wool; various
$1.36 All-Wool Storm Serge, 96c Yard
Navy blue and black, with an excellent even twill. 50-inch.
Notions Needed in a Hurry
Then' is always some little shortcoming in toilette needs that
crops up at the end of the week. The woman in a hurry can find
exactly what she needs in the Notion Store, conveniently dis
played, and often socially priced, as, for instance
18c fur 25a box (Umbel Krand Hum
Huir Pins: nlwll und anilx-r color.
10c fur five ScPMjUgM Gimbel Im
norted Knumel Wire Hair Finn;
l bronip or blark.
16c for two UN boxen (umbel Im
portcl Wire Hair PiBS) bronz or
black. Aborted sizes. Heavy or
10c for three 6o rards Gimbel
"Savoy" Safety PiM 36c dirwn
16c for two 12c rubes Gimbel Im
poftod (Mass lleud I'ins. Very best
iiuulity, in a variety uf nine colors.
10c for thn-e 5c cards of Gimbel
Collar Supporters. Two styles, all
10c for three 5c Thimbles, a va
riety of styles, in aluminum, German
silver, nickel MM celluloid.
2c for box l balls Gimbels Im
ported French darning cotton; looks
like silk; many colors.
16c for two 10c pieces Gimbels
Mercerized Fast Color Lingerie Tape.
26c for two 15c Gimbels Imported
Felt Protector Trouser Hangers.
16c fur two 10c Nickel Folding
26c for dozen Wooden Cost Hang
ers. 10c for I hree 5c Gimbels "Turkish"
or "Honey Comb" Wash Cloths.
Just 18 VACUUM CLEANERS
At Lem Than Half Price
Only this small quantity remains of a special pur
chase of Vacuum Cleaners in designs which the makers
wen discont inuing. The very low price is made to clear
them out quickly.
There are two types -one an Electric Cleaner,
operated from the ordinary house-lighting current,
now $30. The other, a combination Electric and Hand
power Cleaner, $20.
Moth of these new prices are considerably less than half the
original prices of the machines.
The BlectHc tyjH is well suited for clubs or large houses; the
combination machine for smaller houses or apartments. Roth
are very efficient, anil will make good investments for the house
keeper wlu wishes to own a Vacuum Cleaner at a handsome
Sold on the Kasy Paying Plan of $10 cash and $5 a month.
vo0. U.gietv.-.tlea booth. will
opaa at T A, M. and eloee at 10 P. M.