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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER IB, 1912.
WOMAN ON TRIA
FOR GIRL'S MURDER
FACES BIG THRONG
Mrs. Elsie lfyymon.1 Accused
of Strangling Wattle HacRett
on Road in Maine.
Af'.'-OTV M Vnv 10 Chi friMl '
with the ratmn-r .r Mill Bfattls lln,k.
ett, a youtiK I c m .1 rt -l .1 girt, in 1!W., Mri
Rial llbb Kaymiiriil nf Minot wnn
placed on trial In t! c Kenntbto County
Supreme Court him to- lay. dim
culty In empainlljnij a Jury won antici
pated, and It wa : Ntpaotad that a ver
Uot would be readied within a week.
When tine case opened the court was
csvwded with taicemi ii. of whom see
enty had heen mmmnnul; more than
a hundred witnesses and hundreds of
Sotatora, InNudine many women,
f Justice William Pcnn Wlittehouse
Tha body of Mattle Ttacikett waa
tmmd on a bKbway near her home on
ttM avenlrm of Aug. IT.- HOI. She had
baan strangled by a cord tied tightly
around the neck . Mrs Raymond was
arrested on the murder charge lat
Juiie. She was relvuaed In bonds of
(10,000. MS. ltayftiuird arrived In Aug
usta yesterday arrd pu.ci the nlffht at
tha hrone of relatives, where she hoped
to Stay during the trial unless some ob
jection be rarnl 1n court.
WOMAN BEATENAND ROBBED.
MUm Sack Yunlh Who Tailed on
Vra Oatherlne T.'.rser. who was
Shotted. ten and robbed In her horde. I
No. 23 Hemloi street. Cypress Hills.
Brooklyn, yesterday, was found to-da.y
to ba sofTertng from shoi k and a cut i
over the rlsht eye. The physicians In
attendance had feared tluu hor ekuUwaa
A police alarm has been aent out for
Ernest $llkos"h, nineteen yoara old, a
former prize-lighter, and the black
aheep of a respectable fiunlly. lie for-
msrly lived In OyrTeas mils and was a
I Iftlbor of th Ioeasers. When N
called yesterday Mrr. leser was tin
auapielnus. The p,ive say the youth
tni K her over the right eye with brass
tmrk i s an I choked her until she (rave
fui $.", w; loll she had cnnccoled In a
drawer. Mlkoscto Is believed to have
: i no to Buffalo,
The nieck Hand.
"'- 'li" PMIeMpkU HcecM I
A charitably disposed official of the
municipal tovaramtnl at Washington
1 " Ot Interesting exchange of
Mewl between two urchins at a dinner
given t.i the newabovs of the on (itta I
l y popular subscription. As the lads
era waiting for their dessert they
placed their grimy hands side by side
on t te t'ie cloth.
"Mint ll d'rtler than yours!" was the
Cltlm mads by one boy.
Maybe It Is." said the second news-
i boy, MMlt you don't wunter ferntt you're
, iwo years oi ler n me!"
ASSAILANTS OF GIRLS
GET LIGHT SENTENCES
FOR "FIRST OFFENSES"
Crap Player Is Second Con
victed by Jury This Week
Six prisoners were disposed of In the
Court of General Sessions yesterday.
The penalties tmpoeed were aa fal
lows: BY JUDGE FOSTER.
William Ranner. forty-alght years
old, pleaded guilty of patty laroenr.
Stole an overcoat from a morlng pic
ture theatre. Drat offense. Peniten
tiary three months.
BY JUDGE MULQUBCN.
John Gallagher, twenty years old.
Indicted for murder, first degree. Plead
ed guilty to manslaughter, second de
gree. Shot and killed Louis Olnsberg
at No.. 70 Third avenue April ST laat.
Flrat offense, fttse Prison not lesa
than Ave years or more than fourteen
yeara and six months.
BY JUDGE 4WVANN.
Louis Wrlnstetn, twenty-one years
old, pleaded guilty of assault on gtrl
First offense. Elmlra Reformatory.
WUJIem Hyde, twenty-six years old.
Pleaded nBty of
offense. IQfmAra Ramrtnaxxxey.
Joseph Frank, eighteen yeara oftd.
pleaded gnwty of px xat Mi BJ xy tha wTtrnt
earnfniea of a woman. iFlmt offeaaa. Hi-
mara He format err.
Anna Flenrtrur, wany-stx yeara cad,
oonrtotad of grand taroexxy. (stole 03
from a man on stjeat. Flxwt offense
lied ford Rafxaniatxxry,
Another crap plajw xodSotetTea a coxn
mon gambler waa ooxrrtetad ay a jury
"of hia paara In the Court of General
reaxalntM to-tay. Ha la Rdward Tiory of
No. U Saratoga avenue, RrodMyn. 'he
henVer" an a oraip game, ait No. rj
Fxiltnn street. Manhattan, that waa
raided May 0 laat
Levy It tha aecond man converted of
gambling hy a yory In the urt of Oen
eral deferens within a week. He will he
sentenced next Monday by Judex Mul-qieen.
GIVES GIRL OCEAN RIDE.
IVS AVOTCTiRfl, Nov. IS -Miss Caro
lina KlmheJI or Chicago believes In ee
aerpenta elnoe she fainted In the asrf
and waa carried aeveral feet on the
back of a large, playful porpoise.
After tha regaining of consciousness
and the paaslng of tha hysterics Mtaa
Kimball declared that never again would
aha attempt aurf ba thing.
When a large school of porpoises
oame rolling tn Miss Kimball, not being
rnjlte mire about the Intentions of the
Intruders, started for the i.eaeh. One of
the largest of the Men dived near har.
She Jumped ami got In the direct path
of the porpoise, which carried her along
on its back a abort dlstanca
screamed and then fainted.
A NEW REMEDY for AN OLD COMPLAINT
Different from any better than all. At last
after yeara of experiment, Medical Skill has
produced a perfect laxativa. lcr 2 PUla fright,
For CONSTIPATION AND TORPID LIVER
If a New! If a Sara! If a Safe!
In Handy Vtit Pocktt Villi. At Um-t-lkf Oraffffft. IS Caaf a
It makes little difference what you need VtoOSVtorit nffl go get It
OiitiiHUifW pun hiiAtMl from na inn be ri
rhniiRcd at full. . Blur nr npturord for cSftH
im AO i r crait within ibp mr.
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There Is no dnnbt etKitit It we sell larger
DtannulH fur the money than any w hole
sale or retell Jeweller In the t nlteil states.
(Jrede "for gmde. we sell them Ht leuet line
third rhraiier thuu gas uoei we don't rare
where ou uo to nuili h il.cn. If 5011 are
dissatisfied In ant detail we will refund
yeur money en ragnsat. farther Kaore. fllu
Have the prlvllese of etelimiKhix them nt
full value for a higher iiriieil Itleinomt.
ana should you be rerspellsd or wish to re
turn It to us yuu muv do so. und te will
hand you the rash on request and no ones- I
lions nflied. In ether words, we make
every effort to satisfy you and Krn.nl your
Ktrnnaae. We ure the lar.-e-t Itiilnioud .
,.l..n. In 1 i.. I n 1 1 ... I , ..1 1 1 .,
el 10 me iiiHiiir ror over iinriy-oiie yellrs.
our window (ilnolny 0 oyer half a
lion dollars' wortn or ii.ecMinas. All
aUinlv marked ., to e.i.iini'.nn.
CHARLES A. KEENE
knf. Importer ht Ilamonfla.
loll Broadway, New York
OFKN I'NTIW II O'fll OCK.
An Idle Dollar
Gathers No Profits
Dollars arc almost human In so far
is their working capacity Is con
cerned Thov can loaf arouml and live a shift
less, worthless life just like an idle
START VOI R DOLLARS
llusi'irM f)Kirtunity" ad
isrmc its wen- in 'tii'ill 1st
k m run WOKtO
183 I'.PRE THAN IX ALL THE 6
OTHER NfiW YORK MORNING AND
SUNDAY NCWSiAPBRS ADDED
Offers to sell Btori, Markers,
Hotels, QpcaJ Wills, Partnerihlp in
terests, Cafes, RrtUunnts, ltd ru-.
for much less than thev were really
FOLLOW WORLD ADS.
A Dispersal of $7 to $12
Tailored Hats at $3.50 and $5
Not a "bough t-in" lot of Hats, but the charming hats
that you probably admired when passing through the
'Thirty-second Street side rf the Millinery Section.
There is no drastic reason for this disposal but is
just one of those necessary occurrences that make us
dispose of miscellanies every little while.
Velour, Velvet and Plush Hats in styles that were In
spired by the correct modes of London and Paris and
that meaas small hats with draped crowns are in the
Mole, pray, purple, brown, navy and black blended
with other charming colors.
The Unprecedented Vogue for Paradise
Prompts Us to Specially Clusters of
These Exquisite Plumages at $4. 50 to $3 .
Third Floor i
This Extraordinary Purchase
Of Needed Upholsteries
It paves the way for the brightening up or re-decorating of
many a parlor, living-room or bedroom, at very welcome price
savings. We bought a large surplus stock of an excellent mill,
and are therefore offering
Couch Covers Table Covers
the latter including a great variety of the desirable Sunfast
Materials, Armures and Poplins. These are the prices, regular
A fine group of Khelim effects, at
$4.50 each, usually $6.75; and Mercer
ized in Oriental designs and colorings,
M $5.26, usuady $7.76.
Effective Couch Covers, washable,
in red and cream and green ar.d cream
at $3, usually $5.60.
Portieres-Someat Half -Price
Others at One-third Less
A notable lot o( two-toned merceriz
ed Novelty Curtains are $7.60 a pair,
usually $12; and Silk Novelty Cur
lains, also in two-toned effects, are $12
a pair, usually $20.
Also Mercerized Armure Portieres
nt $4.36 a pair, usually $5.75; and
Velour Portieres at $9 and $18 pair
usually $17.50 and $25.
Charming Draperies at
Savings of One-third
Pretty Sunfast materials, lightweight,
in many attractive colorings, at 60c,
90c and $..10 yard, usually $1 to $1.66.
Armure3, small figures, 60c yard,
Plain and Moire Reps, 65o yard,
Changeable Poplins, many shades,
06c yard, usually $1.50.
About 1000 pairs in Brussels and
Renaissance designs, at $2 and $3.26
a pair, usually $3.25 and $4.60.
In the Subway Store
Portieres of two-toned Armure, f ring
ed, $3.95 pair, usually $5.50; others at
$2.66 puir, usually $3.76.
Armure Portieres, tapestry bonier,
$3.26 pair, usually $4.50.
Oriental Couch Covers, $1.26 and
$1.46, usually $1.75 and $2.
Armure Table Covers, 60-inch, $1,
Tapestry Table Covers, $1, usually
$2; $2.90, usually $6; $4.60, usually
$6.75. Subway Store, Lower Floor
A November Notion Event
At Signally Low Prices
Once in so often the family supplies of sewing needfuls give
out and must be replenished. If it happens to be low tide in your
particular woikbasket, you can fill it up at neat savings with
Notions that you can trust; for we have made some astonishingly
low prices in the following list Mail and telephone orders will
be promptly lined.
10o for 8 cards Clinton Bafetv
Pins; white, gilt or black.
ISo for two t:o ruhea atmbelii
Imp.irted H. F. Nouss Glass Head
15o fnr four 6c rheeta Glmbels Im
ported Melt Plus. Jet. mat. white or
"l6o"for four 6p cards Glmbela Im
ported French Perl Head Plna, a
variety of colors and white.
15o for two 10c book (Umbels Im
ported Ensllsh Solid Prase Pins,
whlta or black.
10o for tliree Re papera Glmbela
"liuchesa" KnKllsh Pins.
ISo for two 10e papera Olmbels
"I'rlnccaa" English Solid Head Brass
10o for three 6c apoola, BOO yards.
Hasting Cotton. .
lOo for three 5c balls French Darn
ing CottOIL many colors.
10c fur thri o 5c spools Niagara. 100
yards. Sewing Hllk.
lOo for tliree 6j spools Balding Bros.
lOo for five So ptece- Glmbela Im
ported Knameled Wire Hairpins, black
16o for two 10c boxes Oold-plated or
ISo for two 10c boxes Glmbela Im
ported assorted Wire ilalrplns, black
ISo for twelve
2c apoola O. N. T.
Hooks St Eyes and Fasteners
lOo for tlirie So curds Glmtfls
Mi-Mih" Hoi. Km
10, 18o bo
2, blauk or
7So fur box. 12 vards. Imported
Prsss-welcht Tape, blauk or white.
50o fof piece, 10 viIh., Cotton Inside
t last Melting, white, 1 U, 2, 'l '4 In.
15o fur tWO lOo Tapt .Measures.
lOo for four Bd Thimbles, celluloid,
German silver and nickel.
5c for 8c roll Cotton Tape, black or
100, 35o and 60o for bundle assorted
widths, non-twisting, Iti'Ha, Kngllh
16o fur (Wo IOC pices M2 yards)
Lingerie 'l ape, fast color.
for three 5c
15 yard i
35o for two 26o boxes Glmbela
Horn Hairpins, shell or amber
colore, many ehapes, three adzes.
II, nr Ornaments, dainty marabou
trimmed with pearl beads, whits, blue
and pink, 860. each.
10o to as.as, very large assort
ment showing pictured and fancy
Imitation leather and genuine
I. cither Cases, nn. -I with Sewing
Needles, best English makes.
lflo for bottle Whlttemore Bboe
Polish, Qllt Edge, Dandy, etc,
lOo for three be pairs "Diamond Tip"
Shoo Eaces, black or tan.
85o for dozen Wooden Coat Hangars.
10c for three Wlrs Coat Hangers,
15o for two 10c Muff Hangers.
35o for Spool Htund with velvet Pin
Cushion ami Tray.
lOo lor three K Enameled Stocking
30o for twelve
Bomb" Wash Oil
"Lady Dainty" Pol-
I60 for two 10c
lOo for tliree 5c cards
Mono Collar Slaya.
35c for two 25c pairs Lambs' Wool
35o for two 26c pairs allpper or Bhoe
pa I re Gtmbels
A OORipltt aHHortment from T to
IS yAfdf long, tn tubular and flat
Corset 1 -lift: m ltnn nttrotriettdi
ntvi.il ti.ullt lea, in ull-s.lk, from
So i.i fi.as tacb.
fur two to jialra fitmbela
t ion ! u & r a n t e e (1 Dros
35o for two 2tr tmirn llmbd
(arrn'iit Adjuntatilf I'rAn Hhlll
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Men's $20 to $25 Winter Overcoats
In Extra Session, at $15
A manufacturer's special concession
makes possible this extraordinary gathering
of Men's Overcoats the weather demands
comfortable, warm garments.
And we meet the exigency with a fine
group of Ulsters with the fashionable shawl
collars, split sleeves and belted back, aim
single or double-breasted, convertible collar
and three-quarter length Chesterfields. Na
turally, the models are stylish and made of
reliable materials, such as velour cheviots
and all-wool "warm-without-wtipht" ma
terials; in light and dark Oxford, blue, pray,
plain black, brown-and-gray mixtures. For
men who will not neglect this special call
there is good choice in sizes 88 to 44, at the
very low price of $16.
Men's $2 and $2.60 Trousers, $1.60
Neat stripes; in gray and brown worsteds
Boys and Youths' Clothing in a Flurry
Of Low Prices
Young Men's $12.60 and $16 Long Overcoats, $7.60
Just the snug kind In which tha young men like to feel big. With convertible
collar, in single and doublo-breasted styles; oi good-wearing cheviots and
tweeds; in brown, gray and tan mixtures, also stripes. Sizes31 to38; a good-bye
t.m. . . .
Boys $7.oo f oio unincniua uoaw, $o
All-wool: button-to-neck styles, long and full cut, belt around; Venetian yoke
and worsted body lining; navy, gray and brown ; sizes 2 to 10 years.
Boys' $6 Warm Winter Overcoats, $3.96
Lone and full-cut sinele and double-breasted models, with convertible collars:
lined with wool or serge; some have twilled yoke and worsted body lining; dark
browns and grays; sizes 9 to 17 years.
Boys' Suits, with Two Pairs of Trousers, at $3.60
Norfolk and double-breasted styles, of good brown and gray fabrics. Sizes
7 to 17 years. Subway Store, Balcony.
China ware at Your Service
In a Pre-Thanksgiving Sale
It is the thoughtful housekeeper who reaps the rewards of early
buvinK. and many a cupboard can be economically replenished
during this well-timed Sale of Chinaware. Besides the many re
markable items suggested here there are many others in the Sub
way China Store at proportionate savings.
S8 Fruit and Salad Bowls, $1.96.
$2.25 Sugar and Cream Sets, $1.26.
$1.25 to $1.50 Olive and Spoon
A Sale of Charming Blouses at $1
More than .1,000 delightful new Blouses are concerned in this offering. We secured them to sell
at this tempt ingly low price through the co-operation of makers with whom we do a large business.
Their styles reproduce admirably the prevailing blouse fashions of the season models that
women are accustomed to see in much more costly waists.
They are chiefly of white voile and lingerie materials in a multitude of styles, of which we illus
trate four, and describe Ihese:
42-piece American Porcelain; gold
decoration; regularly $3, at $1.96.
60-piece English Porcelain; under
glazed new decorations; regularly $6,
100-piece American Porcelain: two
decorations; regularly $9 and $10, at
100-piece Thin American Porcelain;
open stock; regularly $12, ut $7.76.
100-piece Open-stock Dinner Sets,
flower decoration, regularly $10.50,
Mouses (if cotton voile wit h hi Kh neck and long sleoves,
with frill a.t cuffs; the yoke of shadow lace; the front
trimmed with aix rows of fine tueks.
Voile I'.louses with heavy iill-nver in U'hine-emtiroiilerv
in front; tucks and Val"ticii'rm'M U"tH; open back.
Mouses with sh NildoT yokes and front panels of (rorman
Valenciennes and Irish mom long sleeves; high nock.
These and Many
High-neck and long-deeved Blouses, trimmed with fins
Valenciennes lace and small tucks. Velvet bow and
Voile Blouses with the high turn-over Robespierre ooQar,
open in front, with "Princess Imperial" frill, and a few
small tucks In back and front. Sleeves with frill at cuffs.
Subway Stars, Saloon
More, at $1 Each
Another Remarkable Subway Store Offering
Women's Suits of Imported Corduroy
At $12.75-Planned to Bring $26
Nothing is handsomer or smarter; and certainly no fabric gives greater
ice than CORDUHOY.
We got several hundred Suits to sell at this extraordinary price, because
nume leauy nullify.
Splendidly made; in sizes for Women and Misses; of IMPORTED CORDUROY. In
lustrous shades of gray, steel blue, taupe and brown; lined with Slfinnrsigiirntsi A.
$12.76 a suit while these Suits last. Be early. Subway Balcony
$4.50 Footed Compotes, $2.96.
$4.50 dozen Tumblers, deep cut, at
$4 Turkey and Roast Sets, $2.60;
12 plates and large platter; rich un
derglazed blue decoration.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Remarkably Smart Coats
For Which Women
Need Pay Little
It is truly a fortunate combination of the
newest fashions in styles and materials, with
fine workmanship and moderate prices, that
distinguishes these groups of Women's Winter
Coats. But they are merely a few examples
of what the Gimbel Subway Store of Women's
Apparel always has to offer.
Stunning Boucle Coats at $16.60
Copied from our $25 models, and yet an expert
could hardly say why these Coats should cost a cent
less. Seven-eighths length, in the black or blue boucle
cloth that is so much in usmand; all lined with American
Beauty peau de cygne.
Luxurious Silk Plush Coats at $16
leneth; of soft, warm
I SM.L u
i plush, with deep Khawl
and cuffs; fastened with frogs and satin-lined.
$10.76 to $16 Coats Round-Up
About forty In all, from our regular stock, and in
cluding many Btyles-shawl collars, hutton-to-neck
'and tailored models; in diagonals, mixtures, boucle
and plaid-back effects now all at $9.76 each.
Subway Store, Balcony
Saving Much on Undermuslins
One of thope cases when a manufacturer's eagerness to have a
nice tidy stock results in fine savings for women who need new
Muslin Underwear. Here is a considerable collection of small
surplus lots at 15 to 40 per cent, less than usual prices
Corset Covers and Drawers, at 160,
Corset Covers and Drawers, at 26c,
Nightgowns, Corset Covers and
Drawers, at S8c, usually 50c.
Combinations, Corset Covers, Night
gowns, Princess SIiijh and Drawers, at
50c, usually 75c.
Nightgowns, Combinations and Ing
Petticoats, at 86c, usually $1 & $1.25.
Subway Store, Balcony
Remember that this gifat
two-story Subway Store con
tains seventy-five distinct and
well equipiM'd sections; and
that many a splendid bit. of
news is born to blush unseen in
our advertising; save for brief
notices like these:
hand-embroidered, nt 12' yC, usuully
16c to t5c; Initisl, 0 for 30c, usu-lly
6 for 50c; Men's pure linen, hem
stitched, 10c each. usually 12 1 to 15c
WOMEN'S $3 and $3.60 SHOES
in the favorite styles for Fall and
Winter wear, are now $1,60 a piiir, lie
ciuisowe took a maker's large surplus.
Widths B to E, in sizes 2". to , in
Vici kid and patent leather. All
silver-plated, on white metal and long
wearing, includes Tea Ssnis at 86c
dozen, regularly $1.25. Table Spoons
and Forks at $1.76 dozen, regularly
$2.50; also Table Knives, Berry
Spoons and Ladles, at 10c to 40c each,
regularly 15e to 60e.
ALUMINUM SAUCEPANS, sets
of three, are $1 set, usuelly $1.70;
douhle-litiried, 5-pt., 60c, usu 4ly 80c,
and Steel Roasting Pans, from 6x9 in.
to 18x1!) in., are spseisl at 8c to 20c
ea. Subway Store, Lower Floor
Here are special
groups nf Aprons
that are pretty
but p r a c t i c al,
neat ly made, at
extremely 1 o w
PSfaale Aprons in
cover-all bund, Prin
cess and bretelle
styles, all sizes, 26c
ham Aprons, in iniiny
styles, at 26c tn 60o.
Aproitt for saleswom
en's and off ico use,
26c tn 60c.
Whitti Iiwn Tea
a n d Waitresses'
Aprons, in many
styles, 26c am! 60c.
Maids fancy Heiul
pieces, 6c und 8c.
Silk and Dress Goods, 68c Yard
There's a sharp saving on every item of the following list of
desirable Silks and Dress Goods for makintr Wintw mshmas
Lustrous Corded SUk, regularly $1. 86-ln.. cotton warp. In colors and black.
Blsck Pssu ds Cy,rns, regularly $1. Fine quality, for waists, dresses etc
Black Dress Velreteen, regularly 860. Closely woven velvety finish; 23-in.
oiaca millinery velvet, regularly S60, In short lengths of H to 2U varria
black and three shades of navy blue.
All Wool Serge, regularly $1. In
60-inch, sponged and shrunk.
Imported Henriettas, rsrularly 96c. All-wool, silky finish. 42 to 43-inch
in black, navy blue and other street and evening shades.
All at 68c Yard
Leather Goods, Temptingly Priced
Owing to our large direct importation of these attractive arti
cles in leather, that make such admirable gifts, we can offer them
at decidedly low prices. And by the way, the time to choose such
gifts is now, while assortments are at their best. Among them:
( hildrena Handbags, at 26c to SI., flttud. si.
Cigar aid Cigarette Cases, leather
li' ed, 60c.
Jewel 1 'uses, with inside tray, satin-Ini-il,
strong lock, 66c.
Dressing Casus for men or women,
Women's Handbags, in the new flat
shape, metal corners, $1.
Sewing Boxes of leatherette, with
scissors, needles, etc., 26c.
Sick Room Necessaries
In this splendid assortment of Rubber Goods, Bandages and
oiner mck Koom hupplies, in
items are of especial interest:
Hot Water Bottles, 2-qt., regularly
$1.25, at 60c.
Hot Water Bottles, 3-qt., regulsrly
$1.50, at 76c.
Nose and Throat Atomizers, regu
larly 75c, at 46c.
Benzoin Inhalers for bronchitis and
throat troubles, at 36c, 76c and $1.60.
Fountain Hugs, complete, regularly
$1.25, at 90c.
the Gimbel Drug Store, these
Clinical Fever Tha monasters, guar
anteed accurate, 60o, 76o and $1.
Gimbels Cotton Antiseptic,
white, absorbent, Me lb.
J. ft J. Utility Boxes, tie.
Invalid Cushions, 8 sixes, regulsrly
$1.76 and $2. at $1.
Assorted Bandages, 1-lb. box.
taining 17 to the pound, 66c lb.
Subway Floor, Balcony
A Subway Store Notion Sale
Tomorrow women can pay less than usual for needed sewing
supplies that they can depend on for excellence.
Gimbels "Removable Bone" Collar
John J. Clark's Sewing Cotton, in
black or whits, 18c doz., reg. 25c.
Gimbels "Niagara" Sew ing Silk, 100
yard sso, :) sihmiIs 10c, reg. 6c spool.
('. Bi French Darning Cotton, in all
shudes, 4 bulls 10c, reg. 5c ball.
O. N. T. Darning Cotton, 45-yard
spools, 16c dozen, reg. 2c spool.
"Milwunls" Sewing Needles, 2c
paPjar, reg. 5c.
Gimbels "Duchess" Washable Dress
Shields, 76o dozen puirs, reg. 10r pair.
Supporters, 3 cards 10c, retj . 6c card.
"Clinton" Safety Pins, in following
sizes only: No. no, 0. 1, 2, 3 cards 10c,
reg- 4c to 7c card.
Silk Hair Nets, for allover the hair,
20c dozen, reg. .'10c.
Silk Elasti' Hair Nets, 26c dozsn,
Children's Lisle Elastic II we Sup
porters, II pairs 20c, reg. 10c pair.
Subway Store, Balcony