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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
ACH( DU LIEBER ADOLPH!
HIS PICKLE FACTORY ISS
UndDey Cabbaged One uf der
Robbers Hiding in der
8urVrmit unj pigeons .mil np hi .1
raMrtte und . ethoses una riibifrs ach,
tilth a muss what RM I" Adotph
Mau's Btofelf fa !tor .n Xo HI Keel Sev.
entjr-etghtli all eel 1 lei night!
BMrylNMi) IhOUg.ll i. Mm.
otimitt'a boycet Hum oui agJe after
pluron- v 111 11 Ik HOP, .h 'Pil
wu i frM um Xmt s.xi tiiiii
atret Station, u- wrns. uke up A'lulph
RM n ml Ilia frU, They nil no ilown 10
the ri'llar. ahere th pickle factory la.
in th fro-it uf 1 1 1 attar 1 tha home of
iha nbMta and th hom ot tha tsaona;
in iha baok uf tha cellar ara tha :
hnar nn i tha lattla fen boiling .i ier
it is blai k aa nlghti yah I Th i lie.
atrp nn aomathlni that squeaks, Ootil
Something flapa against hi ayaa and In
tlie liKht from hla peiiki-t flfteS It looks
likp n tial from tliu Had I'l.icr. HlHIIMll
Thul OOP, In OWeera and tWCara, More
Mrr..s he itapa (,n rabblto; mora Unsaa
li at hit by the fa r Hilt ptgeoBQi
Then romai in- tba oaueriireul Uettte
and look! In- T.ir- a boy la orolMhlAg
In MOarkraal up tr hla ankles. That cop.
he i r.iv a iha boy out. W'
Whew I I
Behind n pile ai rahbapaa a.vnetivng
makes inetaa, Th( 1 p. he goea and
dregi aunt ler boy out.
II.- take., th. ;.ova to t ie atntlon lo.-k-Hp
They aaj they are Charles and IM-
ar.t Ruhtno, a ho live at Nn. IM Ban I
RIShtyar ond street Hut one hoy, he
wa in the aauerkraui and one boy. he
Km behind the eabhahen.
I'n Heber, w.uLt n awiell!
THE CURABLE STAGE
n not go hw 1 ) ffnrn homi in iht hop
of a cw frm i-eMtui. letoft time ! i h
(i if rr ir tltiMtat. Cntumpt)Ai a
! eie In tnit it fftfftMt UM$ other
I Mar, mi l iin up twMl in mv OlteMtti
VMt H I IfM all Rotllf I yu can ie
iMirttl at all.
Htm' miter i It fit -ry '. MMN
ihrmijih I irftblt "'n. whl.h I o'ten
of a ye.ir'a durattotl --I'lrntv of thna to lit
urvl. I th dlflVMl only r'na:nl.eil
nnd proper' y IfVatttd h-Sire tha Inrurabla
III :ra mrrt ike Hi' n 1 1 1 rt
If vitu tar 1:1 it (hern line hn failure
I to rtYfMtiy dlSffaMat or iitxlariatdnil vnur
I CtWi Pftll on Mr. AMtfMfl ' I lrt intUai
; h'- inrjm or trntnnnt or yourl.
ii ! nw fork' 1 iMdina iptciallM in
I Throm :n.l T.inm i. M, n nl an expert
j In illatKMoHta by Bp4 11 - i.leht cunln
tt.m. a )mi tt ht iJIj'oht' tha vary
I fttlltll slatnn of lunat t roublfj while tha
dllaHI 1 : In Its etifabtt slnre.
It OOCti j (in ri'thlng to find .n for your
rir. her j ua of fl- tonauitatlon an I
anilnni ton ai a Ithout h.t : . Pr.
Ant.raon. Iptclalltti 10 Wtfll ltd a treat
i between Ith anti (1th avenue , Naw
If mm - iMltv. in l(, 4. Mn.lav. W)dllM
j day. !rl lay er,iln. HP h oVlo' k; Sun
ilny. 11 to "j, X'alii-ihtfl bj')t on Tuhfirtu-
loata Mill to any adoWpt.
-argrsf Popa'dr Price Garment House in New York'
gth Ave. COR. gth St.
We have t xprt:ssiy arranged this sa'e a tu I
week earlier tluui in former years, in order
that our many ratror.i may be able to take
advantage of f;?ae great savings before the
arrival t the Th.mEtV'iviivi Holiday, iWien tli
women and misses want to wear n nv coat-
Starting To-MorrowA Tremendous
Of Women' 8 & Misses' High-Class
Formerly SI 9. 7 5 38..
Over 5,000 Coats have been heavily cut in price
models for dress and general service in all sizes for
women and misses from 14 to 44 Coats of Salt's
Plush, Chinchillas, Mixtures, Plaid Back Fabrics,
Caucasian Lamb, Persian Cloth, Two-tone Stripes,
Zibelines, Broadcloths, Bouclcs, and Vicums in every
color and combination of colors that fashion favors
ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED SALE PRICES.
16 PAGES IN COLORS
An Adjustment of Certain
Brings These Lessened Prices
We have itavpty row through thai collections and culled
the miscellaneous Hsils, because we are very particular about
our sUok their com pit tenets is our pride. Ir a nutshell,
this is the reason for these exmmely lew price s at Ihisseason.
$3.70 and $4 Eroct Pile and
Hatters' Plush Hats, $2.75
I'ntritnmrd tn:iny villi th
muciMMuttad oft draped crowria.
Sni:;!! and mei!ium-si7l abap .
$2.50 and $3 Black Velvet
Untrimmed Hats, $1
A hKt ol styk's, in amull, medium,
$3 Untrimmed French
Heaver Hats, $1.60
Majority of thi ne in small ahapea.
Blade, brown and navy.
$1 and $1.60
$4.60 White Trench Beaver
Untrimmed Hats, $3
Styles for you.HK girls ux well as
for worron in this rollertion.
$3 and $3 75 Tailored Hats,
Mostly ol v'ivel und silk -mod-iahty
trimmed, oi courar. Hlack and
$2 to $3 Children'sTailored
These of felt urn in the juvenile
color - trimmed with ribbons.
To make the hat economies doubly worth while we shall take this op
portunity to dispose ol mii, cllaneoua wing trimminga many in large sizes,
lilack und colon. Main Floor
The No-Charge Trimming Service
is a Otmbcl feature worth knowing about, for it extends the
opportunity of having your hat trimmed without additional
charge that is, if you purchase the Untrimmed Hat and its
Trimmings in our Millinery Sections, Main Floor.
Pretty Things in Gun-Metal
But thut 'a only half the story, for these sumc pretty thing, imported
directly by ua, are altO astonishingly low-priced.
LONG CHAINS of real gun-metal, with 100 finely rut crystals, at 19.60,
usually twice as much.
MESH PURSES, tiny affairs, at $1, usually $2.
COIN llOLDEUS, for nickels or dimes, at 80c, u.wnlly $1. Main Floor
Down! Prices on These
A clear case of swimming against the current- because the
present tendency of Brass Bedstead prices is upwards.
Hut the Bedsteads, from our own stock, splendidly made, and
with guaranteed lacquer, are largely in discontinued patterns, or
small lots, which we thought we might just as well mark at re
duced prices now, so as to get them into your home before
Thanksgiving Day. and enable you to "sleep" your relatives or
All these in bright or satin finish and all sizes:
$21 Brass Bedsteads at $15
2-inch posts, with live 1-inch filling rucks, in head und foot board, panel
effect, fancy caps.
$26 Brass Bedsteads at $16
'-'-inch continuoua posts, panel effect, five 1-inch fillers and 1 .Vinch square
rods In head and foot boards.
$24 Brass Bedsteads at $17.25
2-inch continuous po6ts, seven 1-inch filling rods in bead and foot boards.
$28 Brass Bedsteads at $19.75
Colonial design; 2-inch posts, l '-inch square rods and seven l-inc!i fillers
in head und foot boards.
$32 Brass Bedsteads at $24.76
2-inch continuous posts, five lK-inch fillers in head and foot bourds, fancy
Other Brass Beds at Oreatly Reduced Prices
$(1.60, from $10 18, from 22 $21, lrom $30
SIS, from $20 $20, from $25 $23, from $32
These Bedding Specials
HAIR MATTRESSES, full size, 42 lbs., all pure hair, $21, from $27.26.
BOX SPRINGS, $10.26, from $12.76. Smaller sizes in proportion.
PILLOWS 78c, from $1 ; $1.10, from $1.50; $1.40, from $2; $8. from $2.50
It Is a Wise Woman
Who Buys a "Domestic"
In the first place, she is paying $22, $25 or $30, instead of
the $35 or more that agents would charge.
In the second place, she is buying a machine with a reputa
tion of fifty years, which has gone into more than two million
homes since the first "Domestic1 Sewing Machine was made.
In the third place, she is practically getting TWO MA
CHINES FOR THE PRICK OP ONE, because the "Domestic"
aeWl lock and chain stitch with equal facility by means of the
I)oper, which no other machine possesses.
Besides the looper, then i ; a full set of attachments for doing
every kind of plain and fancy sewing.
For a woman who has lots of home sewing to do no better
Christmas gift can bo Imagined than one of these "Dome.itic"
Machines. You can start pr ying for it now at the rate of
$2 Oath and $1 Veekly
and it will make but, slight inroads upon your Christmas fin if,
Come in and let as tell you more about it.
Sold at GIMBELS only in Oreater New York, Waitfihesti r
County and Long Island. Fifth Floor
THE G 1MB EL.' S U B WAY ..St ORE
Of Utmost Importance TOMORROW
Men's Fine Winter Overcoats at $14.50
$20, $22 and $25 Grade
A long winter of comfort and style is ahead, for men
who seize this opportunity to save money on warm
( K'ercoats of high quality.
Stock remainders, purchased from two of our
makers.' join with broken lots from our regular stock
in producing the fine news.
The- season's best models, as shown in the Single
breasted Shawl Collar Overcoat, illustrated on the;
right; and the conventional Chesterfield Coat on the
Also many single and double-breasted convertible
Materials are chinchillas, warmth-without-wcights,
staple black and Oxford gray fabrics, and a large
group of gray and brown mixtures. Sizes 33 to 4b
for men and voung men, tomorrow, all at $14.60 each.
Over 1100 Boys9 ALL-WOOL
Winter Overcoats & Suits, $4.50
For $6.50 and $7.50 Kinds
Every boy from H to 17 years who needs Winter clothes is
interested. It is a banner event in the history of the Subway
Clothing Store for Boys.
THE OVERCOATS are in plain chinchilla, smart mix
tures, and other fine all-wool fabrics. In Russian polo styles,
and single or double-breasted Storm Coats, with convertible
collars and reefers.
THE SUITS are Russian and sailor blouse, plaited Norfolk
and plain double-breasted styles in plain blue serge and a fine
variety of mixtures in newest colorings.
A remarkable offering of All-wool Clothing of high char
acter, at the c ry low price of 84.60. Subway Store, Balcony
Come Early to Share in This Extraordinary Sale of
Women'sHigh-Grade Coats, $14.75
That "Were Made to Sell at $ 1 9.75 to $40
Read the letter first that we print here, and you wifl get the keynote of
S. Einhorn & Son, 1S-22 W 90th Street
SEW VOHK, iVor. !, 1912
Messrs. OIMBEL BROTHERS.
Gentlemen: Owing to the latere of the recaon, riueto the unseasonable weather,
we find ourselves stocked with a large quui'tity of High grnde Coats and Wraps, made
of the finest materials thut can lie hr.d in the- foreign and domestic markets.
Gimbel Brothers having given ua a fair umount of patronage in the punt, we there
fore accept your offer, which will enrble you to retail these garnwnts ut u h prices that
will be below the original wholesale prices.
Trusting that the women'.of New Vorl; will appreciate this opportunity,
We btg to remain;
Very truly yours,
S. EINHORN & SON
Many women will recognize the malm of these coats as furnishing the
finest Stores with their smartest coats.
Exact duplicates of these Coats, in material, style and tailoring, are selling
freely todav at $19.76, $29.60 and uo t o $40.
Materials are superb- the finest productions of foreign and domestic
makers. They include sottp thick and warm hut light fabrics and
copied from the wonderfully effective heather mixtuits of Scotland. There
are delightful blanket cloths, made by B blanket mill: duublc-faced and plaid
back materials, wii h many striking combinations: chinchillas and fine Cerman
broadcloths, from which t he group of evening coats was made.
We saw the coats- 8(J0 of th m- af 1 he hung on t ne racks of t ha makers'
stockrooms and marveled at the extraordinary variety, and the amartmss and
desirability of the styles. Amont; them are London Guard Coats, "Johnny"
Coats, stunning Ulster effects, Robespkrre Ct ats, and others adapted from
immensely stylish Paris models. Also graceful l ivening Wrajs in light colors
and striking Motor Coats in Navajo blanket effects.
It Is an occasion that will bring WORM n who wish to get some of the hand
somest coats of the season at sue li ar absurdly mv all price, here with the open
ing of the store tomorrow- and it will be well worth the early visit.
We have made special preparations in the Subway Balcony to give this
remarkable event t he enlarged space and increat ed salt s force it deserves.
BE PROMPT, for, while the number of Coats is large, there are mrny
styles of which there are but small quantities.
Choose at $14.75 Unheard of!
36,000 Pieces of Underwear
24,000 Pairs of Hosiery
For Men, Women and Children
In a Stirring MILL-END Sale
Both Underwear and Hosiery are in the warm, snug Winter weights that are alre ady be
ginning to prove their worth.
The whole enormous purchase conies from a mill Which yearly cleans up its odd lots at a
low price. This year, on account of t he warm weather, its surplus stock are much heavier t han
usual, and assort ments unusually complete ; and GIMBELS were ablet o secure a correspondingly
low price for taking the whole lot.
Included are a few groups that show slight mill imperfections, which do not, however,
affect th" wearing qualities.
The Sale, which begins tomorrow, will be the opportunity Ike II inter to make gratifying
savings on the whole family supply of warm Underwear and Hosiery. The principal offerings:
seven - eighths
let.gi h, of rough
cloth, in Scotch
with p e a u do
cygiie, in bright
with velvet; also
Seven - eighth
( :out oi iVie white
blanket cloth. All
warn, or faced
with igbt blue or
pink o.i the wide
lapels and deep
euffs; hound with
braid and fasten
ed with two large
at $14.75 Each
ket fiat, with
deep lapel - and
insert vest of
b ro ad lo th;
only one of a
number of style
Women's Winter Underwear
36c Vests and Tights rt 18c each. Of medium
weight white cotton; vest: with long sleeve:', dfSWetl
66c Vests and Tights at 10c each. White fiseesd
cotton, veal v it h long or short sleeve", I ii;hls in lum OT
ankle length. Also gwiaa-ribbad Veai .fv.lni" Mom
aotton, ! i'g or short ulawvw and leovelms, high or low
neck; knee and ankle length tights.
66c Union Suits at 3fc each. Tuck-stitch, In white
Cotton, high neck, loi.g sli-cv;-. ankle l.-nnth.
$1 Union Suits ai 66c each. I rtton, band-
finished; all sizes, high ..eck, long or shoi t lletVa I, ankle
$1.26 Union Suits at 80c each. Cure white cotton,
silk trimmed, high or low reck, long or short lletvea i r
sleeveless, slightly fleeced.
26c Mercerized, Lisle Stocking! , t3cpr. Blarl only.
Vesta and Drawer, of white fleeced .-otton
enrs, 2Cc eu'h; 10 to Hi yeurs. S6c i-.-.ch
18c Black Cotton Stocking!, U'.cptu, lrl ribbed.
Black Cotton Stockings, ' Vcoik's' : 35 gr. de, lBc
puir; 8 pairs f 80s,
86c Shirts and Drawers. 4c e sen. Ecru, cotton,
fire re.!; i.eavy quality, Derby ribbed,
1 Snirta and Drawers, 6fir. each. Medium weight,
w ( ol gi i cotton, ai :,szi'S
$1.26 Worsted Shirts and Drawers, 86c each. Gray,
in Jaeger lini."h
18c Black Cotton Bocks, 10c pair, heavy quality
26c 1 lark Cotton Bocks, 18c pair, medium weight
i wooien bocks, tec pair, in hlack and natum
Bono' $2 to $3
Hats at $1
A fine eAuertion
of sample' I lata in
plush, rough and
finished felt , in T; -MaSSe,
Brown, tan, Middy
shapea, in Meek,
brown, tan, gray,
blue and reel, at
half price or l"ss,$l.
ANo Boys' Kah-H. n flu's, of eordu-
roy, felt, tC , various colors and fanry
! bandr. 60c each.
Mn's Derbies, $1.60
Slif.htly Imperfect, others ue $3
I grade. All I his seas m's models, in low
! crow neel Mha;ie, add brim and cou
' nerval ive styles.
UtoH! A'0 M'ei B .t Hats,
smooth finishes, broken sixes, radee
or U tter, ut $1.60. Subv. ay, Balcony
Gas Domes, $4.95
ubway Store, Balcony
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