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THE EVEWliMG WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
SALARY CUT SAVING
OVER HALF GLOBE 16,700,000 TO CITY
fttow All Stateri Island Is K i-
chooing Because of At hoi's
Cargo of Pepper.
Itooklna off towapl Ihl Aserae from
(.kit Uttle room at Mm leg of the oo
, aervetbm i.iwit out on th twinl of
I fend? Hook, Jack Murray, the o!nn
atad wlreleee and i u . operator.
V tbouetit ba tieard a nm -r aound f-om
t of ttia mla'a i vond tlia dawn.
I eeteklna toy t llatL-n.
f "ta'eaakltkatter nhuot"
i to wii tha mint atupndous anra-f
.gtuu tla vataran para had ever tieard
ta all hla adventuroue life. For a mo-
Bant ha tliniight It might have brrn a
teller eanloelpn on an Inn-min ati-winr.
But oo. It was unmlalakable whrn II
Wonderinc Jack Murray Iran.! jut
till farthar and anutrad tha hrrra aa
Revision of I hities and Pay of
Municipal Employees Kec-onunended.
forr of the FlMfiOi DrpaMmrnt.
I Mi. Harvey found that (.itiln an
ir.loef ma paid romp irttiv,- erinee
I ly anla'lra for doing 'rnBaTir DOX"
work and adjimtM hla lore M aa la
rut 'town ela.rlt rpun c hi, f Auditor
llrrw-. a fliir, tha cimrnlt'ee baaea
Ita jriie;tru a ji li eilnia and r
adluatment Of for. aa In fttof ' it)' SO
; moving platTorm men
i ask board for action.
Engineers Try to Remo 1 ippo I
tinn f Thirty-foi.rih Street
The Contlnuoiia Trmialt
I'ornpanr, hi' ! I t lie "
LAWRENCE STRIKE LEADER
THREATENED MILL MEN
AND SCORNED POLICE.
'n ftw n' pruap'rllve tan m'll'on
dollar inrrta... in lC . UwlKrl for
1MI. tha eOSHalttea of th.. Hoard of .
ttmat.. naj M indrdl.atlon of aa l.-i r Ira
arid gtgaSga, to-diy MBtrMi to tha
Board reeommeadiBf Mdeettea m
.,r o'np!o . en, NT flick. If rurr'.r I
" ' " "1 : an lie of . .it ,000
annually lo tha City Th: ngure M
baaed mi arobeWe reductlom of aiarl.a.
Ml I rrirrnoKi-ni' n'n of r irti-e In the
"'Mtii Department, aeaaajajnaj
lattrr a" .1 r r 1 1 1- r Ion .
laiiii yrur Ike ,trind total of tha Otyl
' W l $f. . Thla mim in
cluded every aapetidltuFo, It S t -mated
ih- huditat far the oeeateg Vpftr
Will amount lo nearly f o.non.noo hrnor
nntlrlv of th. I, idxat rornmlttrr.
out ho llnaa of a ahlp haad- I
from tha Ambroan llghtatilp and
ha found hlmaclf naarly out of
tha window, hla own tn-.nl raaknl with
fjialhe MMaat anaaaa Mra Miirray'a pon
avar rot out of hit nyatam. Ha ait
took panting and alammad down tha
Window. Whan hr waa raited he took
tap hla flaaar, made out tha ihtpi
najna, and report "d the Athol. or Hou li
mpton. ('apt 8axtry. Aa ha lli-krd uft
tha nawa ha wai Interruplad time ajl4
aTala by mlrtMy aaaaaaa aa of fifty men
Is concert from tha Incoming trtimp
A llttla tut, outuoutid with a tow of
awjpty ooal bargea. puahlng her none
the Athol'i how. fell foul of the
blowing acroaa her derka.
With a jolt and a Ju 'he lug fairly
danced on tha ineeia.
On to (Quarantine went the Urltliher.
and aa aha dropped anchor the doctor
aad the revenue man and all the clerka
and aren tha dwallera on tha green
alopea of Hoaakank wheeled and hurled
their fare In tbalr handkerchlefa and
k. Wheeled again.
a "What tha achoo, fa'a'at wow la
thla?" remarked the revenue man aa
to followed over tha aide.
"Tapper " ahouled Capl. Saxby.
"Tapper bjr acker-ehoow-wumpf '."
"Taa blaat tha ker-anlff iltoal
tuffl" roared Mate Prlnglc.
Tha manlfeit ahowad them Ifwtkftl)
aaarlnara. The Athol took on hnlf I
. aargo of pepper at the Htralta Hettle
f eent and than dropped over to Hlngu
pore and took aboard anouah til"
orackera to All up with. In I towing1
away tha nolaa atlcka the etuvedoreH
had amaahed aavwral caaua of peppan.
After that the Athol inerted her way
to Colombo, ineeied thniugh the fata
Canal, to upaettlnf the lock-kcepcia
that they were four houra longer than
uaual In letting her through and aMtajag
on to Olbraltar whrrt. the garrlnou waa
a overcome that they forgot to aalute
her Brltlah flag. She now Ilea at the
American docki. Htaten laland, und all
nichmond borough from Airochar to
Tottenvllle probably will be binning II
aalf and aneezlng once again before
The flrecratkrri are not an eariy Im
portation for the Fourth of July. They
are deiUned for the Indrpcndi'iicr .J.tv
of varloua Central Amerb-an rcpublba
the aame bring movaltle fvaita and likely
tu occur at any time.
aj well in the Balarb-a rommlttce, to cut
down Ilia cot of running Father Knb-k-ettxmker'a
big tow n if cnorae. many
city employed will be heard from In
pro tew! ho the propoaag reduction of
Mtarlai plan, but It In explained, that
.1 ;nopoled rearrangement will affect
but a comparatively few.
I'or Inelnnce. r. rtaln eitiployeet now
r. alrlnj U.ayi year for nddfaaalni
tnvaMpaa, win be antrnatad with and
aaiigntd to more ragponalbla work cum
in' iiBiirata with the aal ulen dr.nvn
CkJaf Auditor Ckafflaa llervey, of the
rinanoa Dapartmant. waa lint to draw
a I tent Ion to thli fad he bnvlrtg been
ekangad by Comptrollar Prandargajl
with a leoi k mUal Ion of the nudlt;ng
nanti la btdld nn l o i.-rat- i moWnl
pl-itform In rhlrty-fourt'i Mrect, fro til
Becond to Ninth bVtkwMi mn foffl i
gpsUoatlM to the Public s. rs , . a Com
mlaalon lo-dny to hnve Hint route for
Ihe'r brand of rttPM tramlt forwarl I
lo Ito 1 ard of Bgt! flat! for kcthm
At a meeting on ' rl K law yera r-i'r
ntlng Alfred O Vanderl.ilt and olh-r
protwrty swnari in TWrty-fmtrtk atr.-t
OMOgad I ha pl"n" of the .omnany and
tha romnonelon h' ld up their previously
granted gpptOVaJ of the ro i'e
At a meeting of Hie property owner-,
yeaterda' It Walter i i.-iuliHur .nnl
rhnric Pannalaa. oomulllng engineer.
preaente.l the company a argumanta 'n
anawer to thn OeVOtltlon vol. ed al the
Coram laalon'i haartng. Dlaiurbanca "f
the atreet Ifallfc for coiatrucllofl t i
one of the cnlef imiIiiIb of the oppoattlon,
and the antlnaara1 reply lo thai was
that toOgUM Of the allbWgy Idana n"
prooaading al akrvynlli avanua, Broad
wav and Lexington vantte, Thin
fourth at'eet. nt le.iat from Nevmth
nun to Fifth avenue, would ba an dli-turb'-i
by new ponatrnctloii that tin
ponitrurtlon on the Tklfty fourth itroal
plalW WOUld not make any illfr.-r. n -.
Italy (irnnla nuiealv to tralta.
ROXRi Oct. W Am tha Sultan of
Turkay hnH laauad finnan granting
I autonomy to the Araot or rnpon ann
rvrenalcn, the King of Italy hi m ob
pubttc n decree according f ill amneaty
to the Inhahyanti of thoaa two pro-vlnci-a
who have been guilty ..f am
a. ta of hostility .iKilnt tin- Itallani
All pilaonara and deported peraoni an
to be rideaeed lin- I. Italy.
Witness S.iy fiiov;innitti SaiJ lie
WouM Break Hcadi 'if Those
Who Refused to Join Tie-Up.
lAleRMi M". CM. N -Two Law
Nnoa ajoHoi of ft can tewtlfjad to-day m
the trial auf loNptl J. Kllol, Artliuto
(Movnnnlltl and loacpk Caruao for tk
murdar Of Anna ArplaaO during the
tflto of the textile oeratlvea, that
Olovannlttt hnd agpraMNNtd defiance of
the police and IrOOPt and had tnre.lt
enid to "break the heada" of workeri
wro rafunad lo J"ln Ito atrlke.
.lamia r. flallMtor and Mlchaal Har
ry of the Lawrence police force related
a convaraatlon with Qlovannlttl after he
had gddraaaed n crowd of airikera in
the liwrence I'.iinm.in, In which the
latter declared the Induatrlal Worker
of t!ie World would win the atrlke in
Bpltk of police and mint lit and even lb'
Federal tr..oia (lallagher aald he hail
cautioned Olovannllll ggalnal violence,
Hii.l thai Ike defendant bad aabl of thy
police. "To ha with the police, wh it
good are they except fur their night
tlekl .m l guna."
The Mil lefendanti lletanad aiten-
tlvely to the progreHa of the caae from
their Iron cage In tke centre of the
courtroom Hebind them aat a number
01 menu a of tin- Induatrlal Worker
Ol tke V-.rld. and heatde thr cage next
to her hUB band m Mra. I'urueo, who la
permuted to confer with the prieoner
... .i aa principal m the toplaaa killing.
To-morrow and Saturday axa the
laet daya of raglatratlon. If you do
not regleter you cannot rote. Begle
tratlon bor-tha will open at 7 A. II. and
cl-ee at 10 P. M.
W BOYS ON TIL
ACCUSED OF MURDER
ON RANDALL'S ISLAND
Witnesses Swear Thai a Brick
Thrown Prom Roof Caused
Death -if Alonzo l lawic .
or rinblmein aay aimeth'.ng about "luch
. ra," but dhj to: catcb all tha
.1. swore be raw Haarntkal hi.ie
the brick In hla nveralll and apparently
' a4 1 f.o- a '-r. thing '- happen Me eaw
Roeanthl and Q Id Icln talking together
Ikt roo! tnd ' 'i when lltiynei
t in- a ' -1 - ir : -. - IV he law llol.l-
lu f.ua'ilng lto-enin.il, aa If urg.ng
n to di s ifni i Intf, He next eaw
tyneg fall, but did not aee where- the
brick pane from.
aalei..nt Wupt Cultaiff teitlfled that
he MW trio two defend an tl on the roof
from hll of ft I w-tndow He aaw Oold-
etetn and nogenthat cloaa together and
welched Hoaenthal throw aomethlng
doWtl la the ground Tlie next he heard
ware the crlei of aeveral boya who told
Ol llaynea being killed
According tu thla ultnea? Ooldeteln
charged Uoaenthn. wit!-, laying: "There
rumea the Ma- k aqueal. -
Then noaenlhal a-ild Ooldatelr. u-gel
"Tea, Hiafe him. quick, lilt the squealer
alth tha hrlck!"
Caeiar Hnrr. w h 0 w aa once co-ihhpI
for "Dafo" Frank Clrflcl, repreeented
i h tan boyi. Mi. Barra waa appointed
hv Juatlce I'rnne 10 fepfetent llic-m.
BOWELS SLUGGISH, STOMACH -SOUR,
GASSY, UPSET? CASGARETS GREAT!
W. L. DOUGLAS
$33 w&$4 Shoes I
W. L. Douglas shoes
hold thoU hapc, fit
better a 1.3 weir li nier
than any other nul;e
for the price
Storei h rm'st New fork
m Nataan HtfeH
TM lt.iulw if. .-or. "n m.
M .-M...iT..a.r. Mill at.
two llr'.a.l ' nv.."r. Mtn ra
ll llro.etwa. I Hart w.
ti a I ve., neat kali .
i4-.a a-t ra.,neaf i
rJMOd .. "er- m "'
'TT Tlurd Atp-m-III
Klgjitk A vi , ,
at K.nrtith A v.. in- ii i.'U
rft i -t r . I' n
IMiiNikT.I n. n.v.
1-1 tn-li.n hlr.t-t.
roam Tig liroartway,
Mh Av.. i T. Illh g
l:;0 rakln Avenue.
Two boyi of the H-iuie of RefOga
were to-day on trial Of Ikt llfdaf of
a negro bov, AtotnM Haynea la Augual
.... . ... ,h ,, ., .,, , ,i That au fill onrneai. belching ol acid end foul gaaea; that pain in the pit of the
w.th a br.cu thrown no:n ;h- roof of 1 . .. k l, r- . .- i- t n
I Itomach, Ike heartburn, ncrvnuaneaa, nana. a. bloating after eating, feeling of full-
a four-etory !,u.iing in the Houe of , disaitM id aick hcadMkaa, itaai yaat rtoaiaai It full of nmr b(V-ytmr
lief n o grounda at Randall'i laland. I Hver ia torpid) your boweU conitipatrd. It ian't your atomark'e fault it ian't
The SMte a'l'-fc'ea thai an l.-r It- ren- iii'ligeation it 'a liilioiianraa anil ron.atipnt ion.
lhal and lake i Ooldeteln, both elgbteanl Tf) Caecaretei they innnnliatrly aweeten the atomarh. remove the aour.
,-..ar. ,1,1 uho were nal na the em ' ti'! if-1 ft ami ferment lag food and foul gnac.a; take t he UgCaeg Inlc from I he liver
under the direction of an Inalruct-
were rriponilble for the HlUftfaf, The
tr'al '. before Juatlce Ilia- i h i-d.
Ilarnet Kr.itikel. Philip lacokg and
John Mofrine, undereuied, terrified lit
tle fellowa, who retnembered the trag
edy, told the Jury In a hatting undertone
whit they aaw of Hayni ith.
Frankel ewore he saw- Reaantkal
handling a brbk which bid In en taken
from a c ilmney. II" aaw the brick
rtilke naynei out uiu not ate wn,j
threw It. He hear,) either ito-enth'l
I nli'l carry off I h
Ir ollllle ia en, led
Conetipated waale matter frnm the boweli. Then your atomach
A ( aacaret t..-night itraightem you out by morning.
pays io pay cos
10 CentS. Narrate grip, or alekeo.
TASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.'
WALL STREET 1100
A large part of yeaterday'a ailvanraa
la the metal eharea wai awept away at
tke outaet of etock market trading to
day, when heavy reallalng reduced th. ee
taauee over a point. The pronounced
weakneaa end the ralalng of the die-
aunt rktee of the Uank of Fugland
worked for general unaettlenient und
large rra tlona! loeeee were nurneiuje
la inoet of the atandard frnturea.
A allghtly firmer tone developed
eventually but lower ratigoa atlll pn
ealled. Decided Improvement devenped..ln the
metal aharea In the afternoon period
following the annooncifuent of the In
erraae of the dividend rate of Amal
gamated t opper to per cent. Dapper
eoea over 1. whll.- Anierbau Smelling
fun steel advanced proportional' l
he railroad laaura rallied only feebly
however, and fractional loaaea waa the
rule In theae featuiea at clualug tlm,.
The Cloalaa Frleea.
da.', titf'ieat, lowaft anil Uat pekea
aatci ni itri uiiuim at
Oaal figure" aej aa t.-n.
. I on'.
. HIT '
Special lor Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Ap I HAWAIIAN 4 Go
?5SS Matches 7 25c
tvaniHiit.il HI u AlAMlA -m aae
Apricots-i . 1 lc Salmon -c-n. 15c
Kirrt at ii
FREE i Baking Powder. 50e
with t lb.
A ponnl it rqaivah al
lo a gaart.
with any of the following:
I can Sultana Spice 0V
I pound A&l llorux Ilk'
I pound Prttsell Hlc
1 pk. I In-Mi: In or Minute Tapioca, lllc
2 enkes A&l' Sweet Chucilute .Se en.
I inke St' Milk Chocolate
I bottla Stuffad olives
I boxes A&l Stove Polish
I nk. Kallogx'g Toaatad Corn Ptakai
I bottle 4 gtP Must nnl
.', (las Mantles, (Inverted or Cup)
I '.,11 Ml, 111
Hmft A Hl
T. A T. l o
eda Mi ulna
gak.. t. a a. l
i'Im a i thiol . . .
C M. at. v
1H Mar! ggl
f al.. . It
eat r.l) i
mi n i Lnii mu. nun iu
400 Stow in til U. t. These Prieit lot (hi Metropolitan District Only.
The Richest Weaves of Europe
The Season's Most Fashionable Novelties
In This Gimbel Dress Goods Display
Special Purchases of Untrimmed Hats and , Fashion has wrought a radical change in Dress Goods, and this season one si-es
Trimmings Combine in Making a Very a number of delightful weaves, in wool or silk-and-wool, that would not have been
KUMOiuorou fUBDluic a lew yvixis ago.
The result has been an extraordinary diversity of new fabric-., especially among
the soft thick-piled effects, which has made the gathering of a representative stock
of them a fascinating -but considerable undertaking.
Our expert spent several months this Summer among the designers of England
and the Continent, selecting their choicest new weaves; and we hive in conss
quence the finest collection of foreign Novelties tht. W3 believe, exists in New York
wanta today, including many that are exclusive with Gimbels.
Here are a great manv of the suDarb fabrics that ar. mmd this season bv the
$5 Plush Hats at $2.25 great dressmakers of Paris in producing their modsl gowns such as you have re-
BaeMiattbe manu;acturrr just had centl v admired in La Promenade de3 Toilettes,
mlat? wid aeTtoCportS, & . The woman who wishes her costumes and wraps to be made of the most fash
eouM not .hipii- ai.' It for future umable materials; and dressmakers and manufacturers who wish their productions
n,.w hlua mill, amafjvvgt. and rio
L i to have distinction and beauty, will do well to nro'it hv the resource of this collec-
abadea W brown-fnepii with biwk . tion while the variety is still at its height. For the auantities which we imported
velvet. t t it I :r..i ei v .j.. l a . . "r! .. taa a a
Uncommon Sale for Tomorrow
K;ich tif their purchases i-s
sufficiently worth whik to
warrant : sale of its own, lut
by making a combination event
of them, we think thai then'
will be economies for prac
tically every woman wn
?225 French reit Hat. t $1.25 of thtfJ beautiful fabrics are limited; and when they disappear, it will be for good.
Aa these came in another surplus I Some of the notable features of the exhibit are
purchase, t here arc on'y ,TJ5 of t hem, r) , . , . ,
in small ami medium bapea. niack. j rtau U Mouton Brocade tpongi MaUlasse ZibelitU
br,r6oPst'Sd velvet Hats at I , TVJ" d'u" fU1 Bengaline Rgp VcUmx dc Lain
si. 26 Theae jaunty gtylee, with and the Broadcloths. WniDCords. French Sprrroa nnd dnitinrrj f.Wnvriivta onrl Pm.
ii...iu i 1 ... 1, 11L...I l. .twMl'.tuI eeJIatea , iris. In - II i j. i'xf a , , ,ZmW """""S"' .a..v,vo a..-
I oiici I uriiii UIM4 luiiiiu tiun i in. ai c inui " i mcu 'c""ci - n - , jl (I I ' e 1 1 1 '11(1 1 (SS VLrlt?Llt?3
black, drown nnd navy
$6 Velvet Sailor Hati at $2.60 - Very good quallly of black gllh velvet
with roll britn.s, and rounded crowns, trimnud w ith tailor, d bands and bows of
$1 Ostrich Quills at 66c a Cluster An effective trimming1, fur these
Quills are finished with stem mountings of imitation NumldJ feathers.
11.10 Georgette Wings at 76c - Theae Winn mode famous by the Paris.
Ian modiste, for whom they ure named, are 1 eWltchinK affairs that rtkimble
the butterfly. White, black and white, and the new colon-.
The No-Charge Trimming Service
is unique, for it is rendered by skilled milliners. This courtesy ia
extended, if you purchase an Untrimmed Hat and Its Trimmings
in our Millinery Sections.
36 Fancy Feather Hats at $2.50; Were $7 to $10
The last of a law importation of these Hats, so we shall
dispose of them at this little price. Eight styles of Turhans
and Touques in white, gray, violet and hlue.
Main and Third Floors
Dainty Hair Bandeaux, 50c
This is half price or less on over 70 of the pre! tiest Hair Bands
that a (it iiiiitinir or her older sister could wish to wear to dance,
dinner party or theatre this Winter.
They arv gilt ribbon, trimm ii with b:vls, pearl bands f inished
with tulle bow at side, lattice bands of ribbon with dainty orna
ments, and others of net, trimmed with crystals and pearl.
From the collection bands can be chosen to go with any dress
and only 50c each, instead of $1 or :;;-2.2.r. Mail. 1'loor
V clour de Laine
()Xl: OF THE SEASON'S hIBW FABRICS that is
'-' in hiirh'st favor. It is soft and thick, but very ligfit
In weight, und in a wonderful variety oi weaves perfectly
plain, diagonal, corduroy, matchless, as well as the shabby
diagonals, cut to show a contrasting color in the centre,
and 1'ekin Velour -all in fine variety of I'aris coloring,
as well us black, at $2.60 to $9.60 yitrd.
A S Si )FT AND SPONGY as its name implies another
smart Paris weave, which UIMBELS was first to
Introduce to New York. The plain Eponge ia here in a
multitude of colorings, including taupe, wood brown,
navy blue und others. Besides there is the Pekin-striped
Eponge in g number of colorings, the beautiful two
toned silk-and-wool Kponge and brocaded Eponge at 93
to $8.00 yard, and a brand-new floral silk Eponge border
on aPOunog of white or amber silk voile, at $9 a yard.
, ANOTHER GROUP of unusual beauty and variety.
S Here arc the luxurious Seal I 'lushes, the Astrakhan
and Persian Lamb Clothe, the silky Zibetines and Vicunas.
the knotty Chinchillas, the Pebble Coatings, the Scotch
and English C loa kings in warmth-without-weight effects;
the I'oio Cloth.. Meltons, the plain double-faced and
piaia-back rabrtea for steamer ana motor coato, some
i ringed' an unequalled collection, in fact, at $1.60 to
$22 u yard.
A further word of some of these groups:
pyiiRY OS'E OF THE KINGS and yueons of Taris
fashion had a broadcloth gown among the models in
their Fall openings hence this perennial favorite is more
popular than ever this season. From $1.60 to $3 a yard,
each of the carefully selected trades in the remarkable
Gimbel collection of Hroadcloths show:: a tine ranee of
colors for instance, the beautiful pastel shades at $3,
which are made in a fnctory apart, in order to preserve
their clearness of tone. Of while, cream, ivory and
oyster white broadcloth, there is a rich variety at
$2.60 to $6 a yard.
A N OLD h AURIC RBSURRECI hD and a -rcat fav-
orite in Paris today. In the -.mart colorings in
cluding taupe, brown, und two ihadeg of navy blue. At
GIMUELS only -$6 a yard.
And Many Weaves Besides
CO MANY, IN PACT, that we cannot even bezin to
mention them all. Hut br;.nii new yesterday are
superb changeable Whipcords from Germany, in live
combinations, at $-&0 a yard; there ure Brocaded Silk-and-wool
Moires from France u J3.60 a yard; rich silk-and-wool
Diagonals at $3 and $3. 2b; heavy Silk Serges at
$1.60; a splendid assortment ol Reppg, Including many in
blue, and so on almost without an end.
And In all this, we haven't said a word about the standard fabrics tliat are the backbone of
every dress goods collection, and which are here in lavish variety. -neon ! Floor
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nakiii Paoifi.' it:h4 iTw 17u'C
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4-adaaoca. It. I ,:i-
meonTEK TO MOSBOW
W suoreew aae Saturday are the
laart gaga oi reertatratloa. If yon do
yon cannot vote. Begle-
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We shall ofTer, Friday anJ Saturday
only i a special line of Misses' and Women's
Coats in Chinchilla, English Mixtures, Bou-
eles, Scotch T weeds and double-faced Routfh
Exceptional value at $16.50
Jjames McCutcheon cv Co.,
5th ve ci: SAih St oppneite
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Men's New Warm Pajamas
Out Ellagllsh cousins have been pajanui-wise for B long time,
but we fancy that wo can show them a trick or two u ilh the.se
new Pajamas "f domet flannel.
Made of soft, selected cot.tan, which has a fleecy nar. and won't
shrink; io handsome tan, blue or gray mottled effects, trimmed
with pearl bultons, and a double row of silk braid. $2 ; "-''.lit.
Laundry Helps for a Happy Wash Day
Efficient washing implements will jio far toward lightening the
tdoom ol the averaue Monday. Everything the houseki . iei can 1
find in the Gimbel Housewares store for laundry use has the merit
of being efficient and serviceable, and m ulerat-e in its price. Here
are some economical instances;
Laundry StoveH, i ftn bg used for
cooking sjso, $4.co to $i'i.60 each.
WSU Bolfen copper ijottom. "xtra
hciiuiii Washers, mude to set in
ride of boiler, v
Blectric Washing MachlnMi $66.
Majestic Wuhing Machines, will
ash t he lineal (sbrios! $6.
('lollies Wringers, reversible, 11-in.,
luaranti ed for five yesji, $6.
('lollies Wrinfgra, 10-inch, one year
Clot hi s Sticks, 12c.
Clothes Pine, tin In u package, se-
acted, 8c package.
Clothes Dryers, extra large, made
ol haiduood, $1.36.
i-fi. Folding clothes Dryers. 76c.
(ft, ; quare Folding Clothes Dryers,
si.elf Clothes Dryers, regularly 45c,
:.l 2tc each.
Wash Boards, glass, large, 6Pc.
Wash Benches, i-tt.. 80s.
Folding Ironing Boards, 11.66,
Muslin OOVen d Ironing BoSfdSi
Clothes Lines, 7,'i It., waterproof,
Sash ( ord, 100 ft., waterproof, 45c
Kitchen Tables, .'i-it ., 6l.Ml4-ft.f2.
Hill Clothes Dryera, $s.co.
Clothes Hun pi rs. $1.60.
Wash iiu.kit. , braided tops, large,
$1.60. Filth Floor
Corduroy and Velveteen Dresses
Make the Girls Feel Luxurious. Yetthe Prices of These Are Moderate
As proud as a per,cock is t he maiden dressed in
velvet ! Of course, velvet cen and corduroy dresses are
included in the same category, for they also have the
tone of elegance.
Fashion is encouraging the girls in their liking for
them, and mothers realize tha'. such dresses arc prac
tical even for school wear.
Tlie Norfolk Dress at $-' is of striped velveteen
with white corduroy coll:t and cuffs, end white
leather lielt. The illustration does not show that the
gored skirt is mounted on an undt rwaist, and thai the
blouse is separate. Urown aad navy striped wifh
black. .Sizes o to 14 years.
Little Ivord Fauntleroy collars of lace enhance
the beauty of some styles that are charming for after
noon parties. Hut there are many sivles for 'iris of
6 to 14 years, at $9.76 to $40.
Draped skirts and the more grown-up stylfa
trimmed with Bulgarian embroidery, braids anA
bright colored silks are for the girls of 11, Ui tjid U
years. An envelope model of striped velveteen at
129.60 is illustrated. Other models in corduroy n,i
velveteen at $16, $18.50, $26 to $C6 hlrJ Floor
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