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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
Titta Ruffo Gets Ovation
That Challenges Caruso's
Scene. Kloanor.i Pe Cluneroi msde ellf the tone color In ke.t variety, erhat
rrgal Hgure an Queen Gertrude ml mtltn! Here woi pure delight for de
" well when she lied the opportunity votecs and It apeak well for New
10 elng. fluslnve I liilirrdcau ma le an , Vork mmmati culture that their num-
iniptiiina; figure as the King ami ssng
First Appearance at the,
House of the Much
Heralded $2,000 a Night j
Baritone as Hamlet
Evokes a Demonstra- j
fion Rarely Equalled.
Displays Marvellous Beau-
ty and Volume of Voice
in the Drinking Song,
Has to Repeat the Scene,
, and Is Acclaimed by a
Capacity Audience. J
BY SYLVESTER RAH LING.
TITTA HUFFO, the much heralded
II.OOO a night baritone of Mr.
tpel'i Philadelphia -Opna
Company, made his New Yorli
Oetuit at the .Metropolitan Opera House
lest night at the first performance this
eann hy th vlslUag organization In
ho UUs part of Ambrolse Thomas
"Hamlet." The home was crowded to
capacity and hundreds were turned
attsy. There were stories afloat In tho
lobbies of extraordinary prices paid t.i
peculators for jingle seats. Mr. Ruffo's
tlcdrne was n ovation. For anything
like It one has to recall the exceptional
manifestations over 'a.ruso that, from
U.H0 to time, have been made In this
house, or those over Tetrazzlnl, When
Mr. Ilammersteln dUcloaed her to' the
Pf. rons Of t!:e Manhuttan Opi-ra Mouse.
When Mr. Ruffe first appeared there
was applause so vigorous and no Ion
continued that Campanlnl. who was con
ducting, recognising the'futlllty of try
Ing to continue, halted the action until
tt had subsided. At the end of the ftrst
act, the house rose to the slnnr re
calling him time anfl again before the
curtain to receive Its plaudits. The el!-
max was readied nf cr his singing of j
the drill kin song In the second act.
Then the applause, which wan deafen-
r, was accentuated by c-ies of "His!"
and "rtrara"' and by the wiylnr of
hands and of handkerchiefs. All In va'n
ere bis repeated appearances before
the curtain to how and to smile hs
tfia.nks last he exchanged some
STords wlfli rampanlnl and the scene
wan done over again, only to bring on
another denionstr.it Ion of like character.
An outrage on art. If you will, but this
Is a record of fact.
8 ept'cs whispered of the presence of
a clanne. but who that surveyed the
?ene Impartially eoirid countenance the
belief From the orchestra, from the
boxes, from the luilconics, from the gal
lery, as well as- from the massed
y standees behind Her eertl, the applause
Irtmc Impartially and equally. At the
box office It n js jwld there had bren no
aa!e of seats In blocks. If there Is n
ge:ilun In town who can plan and carry
cut such a t-uccessful demonntrat'lo
he should be wowfci mare than rt,M
night to any management.
! fl i
ggfl LlBsSSBWssV Bt SBBBBBSm '
the prayer wit i taste and effectiveness, i
Henri Scott, In his shining armor, was
very substantial looklnit for a ghost. ,
Frank Prelsch was Polonlus. Ventu- i
rlni was l.nerte. IMwarl W'arnery wis
Marcellus and Const.mtln Nlcolay was
Horatio. They were, for the most pari, j
Mr. Dtnpa .presented the opera with i
good scenic efTects, the chorus wan tune
M and the hallel, wit;, out the premiere, I
Koslnn On-Ill. who was 111, dame. I well
In an Ill-timed place. Campanlnl, who
was heartily welcomed on tils entrance
ti the nrcheslm nrtt. eon.-Vi -led with ills
her was no great
It Is difficult to write o this man In I
ordinary terms. Why hither lo dwell
upon his lovely, luscious, well-rounded
tone, his perfection of rowing and Rft
, g ring, his simplicity that In Itself Is
; greatness. Suffice tt to record his com
j pclltng charm, his pervasive mastery
alike of the hearts and minds of his
j hearers that fell upon them like a
', bsAlaoth He began with a sonata In
A minor by Veraclnl and followed It
j With another In It minor by (lermlnlanl.
both as beautiful as they were im-
familiar. Then he plnycd Mosnrt's con-
carta In (1 in.Ljei, with cadenzas h
I himself. In whlc.i, perhaps, he was at
'his best. A chnconno hv Vttiilt with
EUGENE YSAYE RETURNS lorttan ar. mipnnlment, came next, an-
TO RECLAIM HI9 K I NGDOM. 1 """'' lovely oil composition thnt ended
Not all the ttcmonst ratlvenes of New
York's musical public was saved ?
last night's opera. At Carnegie Hall
tenlay afternoon where, I'tigene
Jfl i.ve, the Belgian violinist, after an
absence of several years, gave a recital,
!!ie masler that he Is was hailed and
acclaimed by a rrovrdad honii from
eiilch numbers of people were turned
away. And this for the playing of a
programme, that Off iftd nothing that
I with a tiirpnssinK tour de force Two
of Ills own compositions -"Iteve d'eti
f.int" and "Did Mute" and Saltit
Baena'l familiar ' Rondo C'nprlccloso,"
Whleh nobody ran play so well, were
for the end
Then came the demonstration. I'p to
this tin, Mr. Ysiyo had refused to add
to his programme In spite of Insistent
demands Now, after a doxen recaMe.
he played Wlenlawakl's "Polacca IlrlH
lante' In raviahlng fashion, and an-
wag meretricious or specta nlar for the I ,, ,,, W(lul(, ,mt Ko. ' railed out time,
BralinoatlOfl of the merely curious or I without numlT, protesting In panto
tiie unlearned, hut one of serious Im I
port, nf lofty ideals, of deep sentiment
ami c". well-nigh devotional austerity
What'. Good for Chatlw'i Lady ?
Net Ones a. OeagH llrocs. Sc. cer lot
mime that tie wae Mred snd could play
no more. It w-sui not until he appeared
In Ma overcoat, until Uie tare hands
had removed tha piano, and until the
lUrhls weTe turned out, thnt the audi
ence would go. It then lacked only
seventeen minutes of six o'clock.
CamlUe Iecreua waa a satisfactory
accompanist at the piano, and tlustve
Dethler was so etui-lent at the organ
that Mr. Ysnye Innlnted upon his shar
ing In the recalls.
FREDERICK ST URGES ILL
.1. I. Moraan'a ltrnlher-ln-f,Hn line
1'netlMionla la CoSTnleielng.
Freilerlck Rturges. retired broker and
brothel -In-law of .1. Pleiponl Moigau,
has suffered from a slight attack of
pneumonia for several weeks.
At hla town house. No 3H Park avenue,
where he has teen Son fined extreme re.
tl cnoe was displayed, but It was learned
that Mr. Stnrges was convalescent.
M.mhcrs of the household refused tn
dl.icuss the patient's Illness other than
to say that he wan greatly Improved,
and would be Bble to see. vlsltora within
a few days.
Mr. Slurries Is a dlreotor of the Na
tlonal Hank of Commerce an I many
otlrer corporations. Ills summer home,
the Whltehnosc, which lie maintains at
Fairfield, Conn , la considered a show
Mr. Stnrges's n'.ster. Amelia, was the
first wife of J. Plerpont Morgan. She
died In liens, less than a year following
THIEVES OPEN TWO SAFES
ONLY TO FIND THEM EMPTY.
The police of the West One Hundred
and Twenty-fifth street station felt Just
a little bit cheap after having worked
their Ingenious brains all night trying
to find out how thieves opened two
small snf in the Harlem Office of n,.
Wall! I'argo F.xpress Company at No
IH Vft Mie Haadred and Twenty
tlfth street When the manager of thj
office arrived this morning he sn
Bounced that the snfen hid been left
unlocked because there was nothing in
A thir l safe, larger snd mo-e formida
ble, bad been Bfekad at hv the thieves,
who bad tieen unable to gcr IntOadt,
The Mrltafl "ere hoard at their work
by Thontag lllpln. who lives over the
oltlce. at nbnnt midnight. He ran out
and called policeman Havls. They found
tlmi toe thieves had entered through the
baaemtnti OMmtssd a ladder to a buck
window from the rear yard and forced
the window open. The liitrndois had
taken flight when Ullpln went down
stairs and had escaped.
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helped them over painful period in
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To appreciate the convenience and
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Wt of tremolo at first va d le, prob- .
ably, to narvoUfntaSi In the scene of
the play and In nil talks with Ophelia
It had disappeared. Ye' one. lOttStd for
the variety of color that h!s voice held
In his portrayal of the Jester.
SMALL WONDER THE OPERA
"RamtOt" wan Just heard at the Met
ropolitan Opera Houie In 1902, with
Iaalle as Batata! und Kr'euard de
B IHtel as the King. In 1SH7 CaltM vas
heard Im It ns Opholla and at its first
presentation In the house, In ISM, Mr.
cella .Sembrlch was ophela. Tb.-rc ;.s
no excuse for Its revival except for Mil
exploitation of a particular artli
Shakeepeore's Iragely is present! d :n
siicti fragmenlarj, episodic form that It
falls to be effective with tl.c public and K
frets thu student. The opening overture 3
promises l.i r than Is lulillle l. In the j:
flrt act there is a pretty drinking nons f
that f.uggestH ccinli' opera, aay offen- Ti
bach or aftar. Then tbero Is the drliiK-
Ing simg. and. l.nally, the mad scene.
In last plght'l cast Alice .eppllll was
Ophelia. She iv.vi a hively picture, but
snved .- 11 of her singing Quality as well
as of her a P. ttad ability for the mid
WASH THE STREET DUST
OUT OF YOUR PORES
Water won't do it '. The fine dtlal 1 1. at
fills the liny pons of jrotlf face can boat
be reniovcii hv
WHAT A PITY THE OPERA
Those of ui whoSad the pleasure "f
gaalng Mr. Ruffo s Rlgolotto, at Ml
American debut Si Philadelphia two
weeks ago. are norry that his appear
ance here wns not made In that part,
whloh he plays, as well as sings, U
aarbly, but the're are wheels, within
w iieets In operatic management. H- -aides,
Mr. ltuffo, tt is .stild. of all the
Oharaotari be impersonates, prefers
Hamlet, because he thinks It gives him
greater opportunltte? for the display of
hla histrionic ability. His conception
of the "Melancholy Jiane" is not that of
the American and the Knglish tradition
as it wa.i exemplified, for Instance, by
Kdwin BoOthi It Is Latin, of cour- .
pe"has Gallic, after the planner or
Mound-Sully, wlslcti Mr. ltuffo la said
to have studied. It lacks something of
refinement, of aristocratic beoring; In
Its exuberance It sometime c oney nejr
lo ranting. Vet Ire.-tte scene on tho ter.
lice with the Qhoat, and In the colloquy
w.ih his mother wHrn lie is s'.ayed fro n
murder by the Intervention of tie ilhost.
Mr. lluffo's acting Waj OOWOffUl an 1
On the .singing side, of eourae, the
drinking nong Is the opportunity for
display, and of that Mr. Ruffo took
full advantage. Such vibrant utterance,
ouch lung nustnlned tone, such beauti
ful qaallty of vblci are rarely heard. A
Note til,' feeling of coolness and per- i
feet t'lranlint'ss llitit follows its us.
' I t;.id lifter niotoriu(', golf or tennis.
i Keeps your complexion spotless'.
At all druggists, in collapsible tubes.
HKTTKK THAN CQUt CRKAM,
TIIK SAMK WAV.
Thursday, Ndv. 21st
9 to 11 A. ML 2 to 4 P. M.
Ailments of Men
H C1'ESI ULV TKIKU BV
t'fidt'uhltillv t lif fulU'n ins; prr -IcrlpUon
Will tefrk oidri tor
ih,t c.OiU rmm men who.
t hroi.ii h tl pat inn of thlr nat
urn I HtrvnRth. find fhf RUtlyu In
ihfli "bCi'Dn.! uKHuIukhI" Igikir !
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lo l!fe' i-laiiure anl tn
It Ii prmutntftl to b InftUlblOt
Itl4 hlrh! V etf.ru nt In qui klv .re
atririnK 'n "nrvou xhanstion. "
wruH v . t U t y , melancholia und th-
ruitK wuith of
ulniworl in a nnr
and ihr"? OUflCtfl
iJomp'itind : uk-
homt ml or"' 'l tttn ,wo nosrvi
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irrnrmcnt aven when the pilbll !
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j' liioat' who win a reatorailon to
I .;' bound Inic health, and 11 the
hu pnlncaa accofnpanyJns It. the
ht.v home treatment U nlven. It
oiitainn tio oplat a or habit - formlns
druaTt hatfvr, Mia It at home
ind no one win ne the wiser aa to
our affliction, a.
fint et ftfty'
ount-e palav:al an
mince bottle. Hbko
due tpaapoonfu! a1' "
rum whft retirtnt.
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Gentlemen's Thin Model
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fin1 kimwn In th liln(ur uf uti i niukiiiki
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hour In ulmiit all f an roiiilortubh
liMiullr, Our -tuarantm l thU: TIicht
Untchf art itiiaTantrrd. to Ih utnulin sold
UllriJ.'HarranlffMl lor JO )'MN, If you ran.
buy mi. U4 Hood for lean than Mitt. Oik -r
l'- ll or VOU arc iii.i nutlmlrd Mill lmJ
a l.arualo and iIm JiinI uhut on uuilt, fak
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Uomm ulM M atrirfly eiiinn-rtJ.
VK r?K VV A H H TOKN.
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old it- 1 ror tbr lu.lldaya. Any mc
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coat tn JUL We ulll Milt- you ut I. .1
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N.V1MI rU,Ud I l-K (.old Watrh fur (Ct
M.II4I Kulld I l-K 4. old U itrb f ir fo
:tr..oo Holitl t i- fiidd w it h for 2.
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and we will rrft.nfl fell of your mom v nu
rtMiurat or irhaTirre thrni for nm one.
CHARLES A. KEENE
4 QA IMumomU. Watrht-i, Jrwelrv,
loU Broadway. tw York
The Constant Evolution of Style at the
House of Fashions Is Responsible for This
Disposal of About 500 Imported & Domestic Coats
At Savings of 25 to 40 Per Cent.
AlthouRh 500 Coats and Wraps are a mi-re drop in the
bucket we do not wish lo eholn our stock with a broken size
:nd miscellanies until the very end of thTe season, so we have
lowered prices to such a degree that they will virtually be wings
to carry the coats away in a hurrv.
Every Coat and Wrap, whether imported or domestic, was
made for us this season.
The charm and beauty of the styles are quite proved by
the fact that aixea are broken. In the instance of the imported
modell, we have lessened prices because the variety is dwindling.
As (here may h' only one or a few Coats of a model, ue have
grouped them thus: '
I'aquin model, $225, was $395- Green plush and moleskin.
Callot model, $175, was $275-White brocade, with white
Drecoll model, $276, was $395 Gold velour and antique
silver lace, with skunk collar.
Bernard model, $160, waa $276 Black matelasse and sable
squirrel. , .
Premet model, $160, was $250 White brocaded velour.
Paquin model, $146, was $185 Blue pliuUi with moleskin.
Bechoff-David model, $160, was $250 Blue moire with
Callot model, $160, was 29ft Embroidered taupe plush.
Bernard model, $196, was $295 Hand-beaded black plush
with black fox.
Drecoll model, $160, was $197.50 Taupe plush with sable
$47.50, $65, $82.60 and $110, were $76 to $160
Imported Afternoon and Kveninu Wraps.
Plain and brocndwl velvet, brocaded charmeusc and
other luxurious silks- embroidered and variously trim
med with ii.ari.bou and fur.
$24.60, $32.60 and $47.60, were $32.60 to $86-
Domestic Coats and Wraps.
ChanneUM and Satin, trimmed with brocadea and
velvets. GROUP D
$27.60 and $36, were $36 and $60- Black Uengaline
Coats, embroidered and braid-trimmed.
GROUP H $14.76, $19.60, $25 and $32.50, were $19.60 to $62.60.
Imported and Domestic Street, Motoring and Traveling Coats of chinchilla cloth, English
mixtures and other smart woolens some fur-trimmed. Third rioor
$36, were $60 to $62.60 Velvet Coats- some beau
tifully trimmed with braid.
$18.60, were $20.60- Klerk Velveteen Coats, lined
with broadeloth of a contrasting color, others trimmed
with braid- ulso Wrnps of velvet.
$10, $19.60 and $26, were $26 to $60 Wraps of
broadcloths in all the evening shades.
The Success of This Gimbel Linen Store
Depends as Much on Honest Statement
As It Does on Pure and Honest Flax
There is hardly an agency so powerful in building up a successful business aa
the simple method of making the merchandise live up to its advertising.
We enforce this rule rigidly in exploiting Gimbel Linens.
The Linens we sell stand firmly on their merits. And New York women, good
shoppers that they are, have been quick to realize this fact. The steady growth
of the Gimbel Linen business on staple lines, testifies to this fact.
All Gimbel Linens sold on the Second Floor, are pure flax.
This pure flax standard relieves us of any temptation to wink at adulteration
in linens. Again, our careful scrutiny of values prevents us from advertising as
"special," that which you can buy all the yearround at the same price.
Just Now Every Housekeeper Is Busy 4
Buying Her Thanksgiving Linens
Anil the ('.imliel Linen Store is superbly rendy to meet her every requirement. Besides the
splendid stock it offers, there is the additional advantage, by our direct methods of importation, of
saving 10 to 15 per cent, on the prices that other stores must charge, who do not apply such methods.
This at our regular prices, mind you- our special offerings show even greater savings.
Among the TABLE LINENS, for example,
there is a wonderful group from one of the proud
est oltl linen-making concerns of Dunfermline,
Scotland, who sell their goods only to the finest
tons- half a dozen, perhaps, in America, in
cluding (ilMHELS. We have these Linens in
seventy-five pattern!, Including many reserved
to us; and ranging in price from $3.25 to $31 for
Tablecloths, from 2x2 yards, to 2) jj x (5 yartls,
with Naokins to match.
From Belfast comes another fine Liner family,
in which there are Tablecloths, from 2 x 2 v:rds
to 2ib yards, at $3.75 to $57.60. These
also have Napkins to match,
Belgium is famous for its fine Flemish Linens,
ami here is a splendid group of Tablecloths from
$4.76 to $14, from a noted Antwerp firm.
Tablecloths and Napkins ,
Tablecloths :uid Nnpkimi, hemmed, of nft (lermnn
damiisk, in pretty (len;i.y. Tublirlull'.-, fruni ' x " yds.
to 2 x ;i yds., ipana ut $s to $4.76. i-in. Napktna, to
mutch, special at $4.26.
Dinner Napkins, of tnow-whlte Dunn It, Sfi-in., epecial
at $4 dozen.
Hemstitched Damask Bt tt, with one eloth, C2 x BS in.,
nnd ii dozen IK-in. Nrjikim:, ipecltl t'. $2.7.r.
K"iilloied DumiiFk Tubli cloths, in charming derji,
54 to ill) inches in diameter, i.t J2. .6 to $12. TO. Menu of
these a trifle BUaVad, hi nee at ri dUOtd price.
A collection of manufi'.etur. t'h "short lots"- atMttl
ti, utiii Towels In nil of many itylaa, In huakaback and
damoaki very special at 35c each.
Huckaback and Pumunl; Ti.wi Is, h rrstitehed in plrin
or floral daatgna; special at 60c each.
Kino hemstitched Huckaback Towels from JU-lfast,
plain, or in ullovcr designs; special at 75c.
And there are, pc-haps, Rix other distinct
grades of Tablecloths- each the best of ita kind
pouible to secure which afford the house
keeper a practically unlimited choice.
The BUM may be said of the Hemstitched
and Scalloped Sets to wnich we have given
particular at t ntion; the Embroidered and Plain
Mcdspreads and other Bed Linens, and the fine
collections of Towels, including many attractive
styles for the guest-room- which ere a feature
of the tiimbel stock. And the superb exhibits
of Fancy Linens, from Madeira, France, Ireland,
( lermany and Japan, deserve a whole chapter to
themselves which they shall have in a short
Among the following are some truly "special"
Linen Sheets and Pillow Cases
Pillow Caaaa, Irish hnnd-emhroidemi, scalloped or
harnatHebad, $2.60 to $io a pair.
Hi m. -1 itched Sheets for sinvlc tied, P.t $5 to ?16.50
pair) fi r double beds, ut $6 lo $18.7ti pair.
Embroidered Lim n Bedspreads
Machine smhrotdlrad, hnndseme ilesigns, for single
and d( uble badataada) naeJal at $7 to $24.70.
Iri"h hand-embroidered, for single and full-eized bed
steads, exquisite designs; rperial at $10 to $160.
A superb group of Crony so liliinianl I.ir.enn. from a
ll-inch I'oiiy to a 72-inch Tablecloth, and including
ScurfM r.nd Suan!S, at 20o to $65 our own imporiatioa
ifailll mill lilllaml and srallopel Tea Napkins, lS-lnch,
liecial at $2.76 dozen. Second FloP"
Soft and Pretty Flannels
There's a steady procession of the Eiderdowns, Wais tings and
other pleasantly warm Flannels from this very complete stock,
to be made into negligees, Winter blouses, babies' petticoats,
men's shirts and pajamas, and other cozy garments. For to
morrow, special prices on three tempting groups:
Figured Eiderdown Flannel, 28c yard In ne wpatterns, small, medium
and large, and charming colorings. 27 in. wide.
Eiderdowns in plain colors, 38c yard With a soft, woolen finish, and in
all the wanted plain colors. 27 in. wide.
Scotch Wool Waistings, 38c yard Pretty stripes and checks, on light
medium anil dark grounds. ISO in. wide.
White Saxony Wool Flannel, 38c yard
children's wear. 2Q in. wide.
In a delightfully soft finish, for
Prices Sliced on Carving Sets
Those experts who appreciate the exquisite pleasure of hitting
the second joint in a duck or a turkey at the very first try, also
know how miserable it is to curve a Thanksgiving bird for an
eagerly expectant multitude with a dull knife.
It is to "Oiard against precisely this tragedy that we announce
This helpful Sale of Thanksgiving Cutlery that will be on edge
for the occasion:
8-pJece Carving Sets: stag handles,
sterling silver ferrules; regularly $6.60
to $H, at $.
8-piece Carving Sets; white oafluloid
hand!'-; regularly IC.OOtO $7. at $4.60.
2-piece Oame Sets; stag handles,
Itorllrtk' silver ferruli : regularly $4. SO,
2-;iece (isme Sets; white celluloid
handles; regularly $'', at $2.26.
Knives and 1'Vrk; celluloid handles;
set of 'i krtivet and 0 forks; regularly
$3.60, if ?:2.76.
2-pieae Bird o Steak CRrvers; 5-in.
knife, Stag hnndles, German silver
ferrules; regularly 11.36, at 76c.
fi-piec Aluminum-handled Kitchen
Beta, consisting of carving knife,
bread knife, long-handle kitihen fork,
two paring knives; regularly $2, at
Kitchen Carving Knives; 10-inch
blade, fooobolo handle; apecia! at 30c.
Flread KniveB, saw edge, 10-ira
blade, sp rial at 18c.
Paring Knives, strong handles, spe
cial at 12c.
cia! at 16c. Nickel
plated, st ag or wood
handles, special at
Nut Picks, nickel
plated, set of six, at
16c. Fifth Floor
Women's Who Imagine They Cannot Gel Smartly
Tailored Suits for $29. 50 Are Not Acquainted
With GIMBEL SUITS.
Imagination can lie if permitted to be a domi
nating influence. Probably it is influencing you, and
you don't know it- for instance, if you have never seen
a carefully Tailored Suit of good material at (29.60,
and therefore imagine ihat there are none. Hut right
here, we wish to disillusionize you for
Tomorrow We Shall Specialize
Women's $29.50 Tailored Suits
Those of broadcloth are of a rich lustrous fabric.
Those of wool eponge are of a fine weave of that
And the other fabrics the two-tone and chevron
diagonals, the zibelines and the cordolines, are also
worthy of praise.
That these suits are custom tailored, may alone for
judged from the fronts of the coats, which are supple
no stiffening in them to get out of shape.
Taupe, Bordeaux, navy, green and black. Sizes .'14
Demi-tailored Lponge and Serf Dresses
Charming Crepe Meteor and Brocaded Dresses
$I6.!0, flX.iO, $2'- to $6),
The Notion Sale Continues
If you were not able to share in today's opportunity to save
on these fine Notion offerings, you will still have time tomorrow.
And, believe us, they are worth taking adtaantage of.
lOo for three cania Clinton Safety
I'ins, white, gilt or black.
16c for two 12e cubes (limbels
Imported H. K. Neuss Glass Head
16c for two 10c books (limbels Im
ported Knglish Solid Urass I'ins, white
10c for three 5c spools, 500 yds.,
10c for t hree 5c balls French Darn
ing Cotton, many colors.
18c for twelve 2c
spools O. N. I,
10c for three Tic cards Gimbels
"Melba" Hooks and Eyes, flat, small
size with invisible eyes. 18c box, 6
6c for He roll Cotton Tape, black or
16: lor two 10c pieces (12 yds.)
Lingerie Tape, fait color.
10c for three 5c (5 yards; Line
10c for five 3c pkgi Gimbels Im
ported Knainclod wire Hairpins, black
16c for two 10c boxes Gimbels Im
ported Assorted Wire Hairpins, black
10c to $6.26, very large assort
ment showing pictured and fancy
imitation leather and genuine
leather Cases, filled with Sewing
Needles, beet English makes.
16c for two 10c nickeled Fold
ing Suit Hungers.
10c for five papers Milward's
16c for two 10c
26o for two 15c paira Gimbejg
Perfection Guaranteed D r e 3 a
Children's Coppered-toed Shoes
They will take many a fond parent back to boyhood or girlhooa
dins, wl en they had an expansive feeling of pride in possessing
the new boots with their shining copper tips.
And we think that ihe children of 1912 will be
equally tickled with these handsome Shoes.
Stoutly made of black Russia calf, with soft kid
tops, the heels sewed around, instead of having
nails to hurt the children's feet, sizes 7 to 11,
$:!.60 pair. Second Floor
Or UN l Mil. U O'CLOIK.