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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913.
ON "WHY A BOARD
John Purroy Mltchel Wonders
What Useful Purpose
"WTiy t lout of aldermen?"
Mayor lm nor irm ked to answi r
the a'tai tlnn out Hip Miror not :
prepared or too husy or both. U let
t naostlon go by Hie board.
Jo" n Hiinuv ifttehel, President of the
1 . "I. jai l lio 'id.l often wondered at ,
tlie law i !i!?h brooch t the body livio
being 07 what Useful purpos the A- I
der-m :, perform In the present form of
"l believe, however." said President I
Mltchel, "thai rome form tf ancient
legislation brnught (he Aldermen Into
power ami they have dung tenaciously
to ha Job ever since."
"Ths: s a funny question." a'.d Alder
man Prank L Howling, lender of the
Dsmoevatlo minority. "The Board of
Aldermen In representative of the people ,
-of nil tlie people and ws have been
tne k-gls'.atlve branch of the city gov
ernment from tho time of Its formation. I
'J'ne board doe (oud, substantial work. !
The latest was the cutting or IM0.000
f om an extravagant budget filled with
fads and fan.lcs. True, the Mayor has
MM tome harsh t ilnm about ut, but j
W ...r iiu, ttll III HIT nHQ ,;,!
OOWLINQ FINDa REASON THAT
"Tne fact la, the board la here by rea
sua of the Stitn Constitution and the
old DontTan charter and In ths board Is
reputed the title ..f the streets and pub
lic placet Of 'he city of New York.
Now than, why ask, 'Why ths Board of
"Members of our board are hustlers
for the te..pl In addition to belli- the
city legislators. We get ths poor fel
low out of hock, help the poor woman
and her kids: pay the rent for the needy
as we'l in the court line of the careles.
and rr! as many Jobs for our worthy
eOMtitUeMS ah pnsslWe. I suppose
the may not be good reasons for our 1
0 Esl tones to me peopMi but the fact
remains that we are a chartered body
and therefore cannot ve disposed of at
whim or svefl snqgeKtlnn. Wo are part I
of the Government anil a Very substan
tial part of It at that."
SWINDLERS GOT $10,000
THAT DOESN'T EXIST
Name of Democratic Society
Used to Win Contributions
FliiV.p Donohie of Tammany Kail
asked the pollen to-day to arrest two
Impostors who have been collecting
money for a fictitious "Home for City
Bmplooees" and have uood the name
of the Tammiuiy Society to oxipedlte col
lections. Mr. Donohue carried to Police Head
quarters a letter tiom Mr. Arthur Sell
man, who, after contributing a cliect:
for gjf,, became suspicious and wrote
to the Tammany Society. glvlrvj this
version of the visit of tho two oolloo
tora: "On Not. 14. two gentlemen came to
aaa me, explaining that they were affil
iated with Tammany Hall, the one rep
resenting himself as a Mr. Collins, a
member or former member of the Lgl
lature. and the other showing a ahleld
of a building Inspector. They solicited
subscriptions to a Home for City Em
ployees and I gave thorn a check made
out to the order of Mr. B. C. Fleming,
treasurer, for 123.
I .finnl became gusot-loo of
.1. ,tt..,. m4 . i i . d to submit j
p yoti. as you would undoubtedly be In
V position to mcortaln whe'.her these
litlwncn have been telling the truth.
erewlh attaih the cancelled voucher
llh the endorsement thereon, which
Usr holip you. I'elng a Democrat and
laupporter of the city organization 1,
,t course, only want to contribute to
ha proper popie."
I It Is said the two men have collected
tpward of MO.OOO in the last few
UN NISI Down i-oo weewy
$140 " S3 " $1.50 "
tm " $5 " $2.00
$240 "$10 " $2.50 "
Qeodl Dvilvrd In i niiiHrkrit Wajrons.
Ladies' and Men's Suits
Poaii und Ovarcutta from 14.00 no to
I40.0U. AMY ourobuta up to saft.uv
2M Sown Weekly
-ZJf 5"At 9 ST.
The Gift-Seekers' El Dorado Efful- !
gent with the Christmas Spirit ,
This vast, roomy, convenient, Bafe, superbly equipped store was designed (o splendidly, meet the demands of tho year's
busiest days. The vast throngs pour through our doors, but, so intelligently planned are the siore arrangements, that there
t i I i: ai i i a, is awl I .... L. A
18 lar leas crowning man m many Stores wnere a n.iu, h mini, ur even uuiet vi many vupi? arc at-ivru.
Come to GIMBELS to Bolts Tour Christmas Problems
Because of the Magnificent Stocks of Conveniently Displayed CiveaNe Merchandise.
Because of the Vast Stretches of Brilliantly Lighted, Commodious Aisles.
Because of the Courteous, Intelligent, Helpful Service that Our People Render.
Because Prices Are Always the Most Moderate, Quality Considered.
Because Our Exclusively Motor Delivery Insures Safe' Home-coming for the Coods Bought.
Because Every Transaction Must Be Entirely Satisfactory to You Before We Consider the Coods Sdd.
But DON'T DELAY NOW. Come TOMORROW and Come EARLY IN THE DAY. THE Morning Hours are GOLDEN.
No mistaking the dollarness of these Neckties.
All-silk, in a fine ribbed weave that will tie into
a rich, full knot.
A dozen shades every one of them a favorite.
Cut in a full, flowing four-in-hand shape that
we have never, as a matter of fact, even had be
fore in Neckties to sell at a dollar.
But these are 66c each !
If a man is wise, he'll buy a good supply for
himself. If he's generous, he'll pass some on
Boxed, of course, if you wish them. Main now
Ready The Gimbel
Superintendents of Sunday Schools, committees and
others planning Christmas festivals will be glad to know
that the Gimbel Christmas Candies are ready. The mix
tures are better and more delicious than ever.
Prices 12c, 16c, 18c and 26c lb. With each purchase
of twenty-five pounds, or over, we include two half-pound
candy boxes free in a variety of Christmas designs.
Not a bit too early to leave your order now for later
delivery. Write, telephone or visit our Special Candy Order
Bureau. (Telephone extension 64). subway stora, Balcony
Warm Sweaters for Men
Climb into one yourself, if you're going to play golf or go mo
torini? these cold days. Or, pick one out from this fine collection
for a man friend who likes to be out-of-doors in Winter.
Shaker Knit Sweaters, in maroon, gray and white, with collar, 17.60 and 98
Coat Sweaters, with collar, Shaker knit, $6.76.
Medium-weight Sweaters, with collar, 90.
Coat Sweaters, in gray, cardinal and white, some Shaker Knit, $3 to 96-90.
Sweaters of soft Scotch wool, with collar, in light gray, 97 and 98. Coat
Sweaters in greenish gray, 912. Sporting Good Station, Fourth Floor
Pretty Trinkets in Silver
And Rhinestones Inexpensive
Our Paris Jewelry Section is rich in them some cost less
than ever just now, too.
Hatpins, of sterling silver, pierced, are 28c, instead of 50c. Others,
hand-cut, in bail or pear shapes, 36c, usually 76c. In acorn, golf stick, ball
and other designs, 26c, to 92.70.
Powder Boxes, of sterling silver, with puff ; special at 860 each.
Sterling Silver Bouquet or Corsage Holders, engraved, are specially
priced at 60c. Others, plain polished, engraved or engine-turned, 91 to 92.
Cigarette Cases, of English silver, for a double row of cigarettes, hip
pocket or full dress size, at 92, usually $8.60.
Real Coral Necklaces, in pale pink or darker shades, 91.26 each, usually
$2. Main Floor
We Have the "Gillette" Razors
Advertised so prominently in the Evening World yester
day and today, in a full assortment of styles.
They make a fine gift for the man who always shaves
himself, and who will like being able to do it better and
rribre quickly; and for the man who has always spent time
and money daily getting shaved at the barber's and who will
find that with a Gillette he can do it just as well himself.
S5 to $20. Cutlery Section, Main Floor
The Man Who Smokes
-And how his tribe increases! will thank you very kindly
for some one of the many
Smokers' Articles that we
have gathered for his especial
benefit. They have various
merits to commend them
novelty, usefulness, decora
tiveness; for library table,
den or pocket.
Among them are many
styles of Smokers' Sets, im
ported, in glass and silver
plate, in various combina
tions, for holding cigars and
at $2 to $86.
We illustrate a handsome
Btvle. with automatic ciirar-liKhter, $26.
Then there are all kinds of Smokers' Stands, which
bring all the paraphernalia for a smoke right to your elbow, as
you sit in your easy chair. The style illustrated is $2, and
there are others up to $10.
Then here are other suggestions from thia very complete
assortment of guts for smokers:
Exquisite Conceits of Hand-Embroidery
and Real Laces These
"I always thought that I could not gel (Mars and Jabots
anywhere except in Paris because there I voas sure of
being able to select from those that were so different they al
ways seenied as though they were made just for me. But, do
you know, I have changed my mind, for I have discovered tltat
I can get just such exquisite Ueckfixings at GIMBELS. and I
have more to select from, than in any of the little shops of Paris."
' This comment was made by a woman who came at her friend's
suggestion, and who after visiting our Neckfixings Section, quite agreed
The Plastron is newest creation from Paris I It looks like a double
bib of hand-embroidered linen, edged with Valenciennea lace. 912.98.
Hand-embroidered Collars with jabots, 91.60 to 96.60.
Various styles in hand-embroidered Collars with frills or revers, 98.96
to 826.28. Point Venise Lace Collars, 118 to 936.
Bohemian Lace Collars, 93.26 to 916.
As we always have many requests for Turnover Collars and Narrow
Cuffs of CarrickmacroBS lace to give a dear old lady we have
imported quite a collection at 91.26 to 94-80 a set.
Other Carrickmacross Collars, 98 to 926. Main Floor
Cigarette Cases, ot leather and
silver, 60c to 918.60.
Trays, 60c to 96. Tables. 98 to
Humidor, 92.60 to 9100.
Pipes, singly or in sets, 26c to 840.
Cigarette Boxes, 92.60 to 910.
moke Consumers, 96.
Automatic Cigar-Lighters, 91
Tobacco Jars, 91 to 918-80.
TurkTish Water Pipes, 62.60 to $18
Warm Leggings for Little Legs
Leggings to match practically every sort of Winter com that
a little tot can wear can be found in this fine stock.
Among them are Tan Ooze laggings at $3; Black or Tan
Leather at $2.60; Blue or Cray Chinchilla, at $2; White Bear
skin, White Cord or Brown Jersey, at $1.26, $1 and 76c. Panta
Leggings, are $1.60 to $3, according to size and style.
Desirable Gifts in This Fascinating
Christmas Display of Leather Goods
Probably its most delightful characteristic is the wide variety of gift-suggestions
it holds for so many different people and tastes. Here is a random list, which
serves to illustrate the splendid scope of this Christmas collection:
Men's Brush Sets (two flat Brushes in
sole leather case) ... $2.00 and ecrase leatherette, - - $1.00
Cigarette Cases, morocco and seal, $1.60 Waste-Paper Baskets, wicker with
Envelope Purses, pin seal, 2 - piece colored leather rims, - - $3.76
Brass Smoking Stands, with removable
glass tray, .... $2.00
Humidors, Mission or dull mahogany,
Eorcelain-lined, - - - $6.00
ers' Sets, nickel and glass, glass
Thermos Bottles, .... $2.60
Traveling Bags, sole leather sewed in
frame, leather-lined, ... $7.60
Suit Cases, cowhide, short outside
straps, ..... $6.00
Manicure Sets, in leather cases, good
quality steel and bone handles, $6.00
Bead Bags, floral designs on white
background, .... $6.60
Fitted Bagsfor Men, black walrus.with
two military brushes, 18-inch size, $26.00
Meerschaum Pipes, imported, in cases, $6.69
Jewel Boxes, English morocco, with
removable trays, - - $3.00
Children's Bags, red, blue and green, $1.00
Photograph Frames, colored morocco
and ecrase leatherette,
Waste-Paper Baskets, wicker with
colored leather rims,
Sewing Baskets, wicker and leather,
fitted tops, -Bottle
Sets, 4 bottles in morocco case.
Attached Writing Cases 1 fitted), ecrase
in green, snap lock
Fitted Toilet Cases (for women), cellu
loid fittings, -Folding
Traveling Clocks, colored mo
rocco leathers, readable dial,
Wicker Lunch Baskets for motoring,
fitted for four persons,
Traveling Slipjiers, soft leather in cases,
Collar Bags, pigskin, - - -
Shirt Cases, morocco, hold 4 to 6 shirts,
Travelers' Pillows, soft morocco, re
movable cover, at
or silver trimmed
More of Our Own Importations
Of Fine TABLE LINENS
Well timed these new arrivals from Scotland to assure
many a woman who is proud of her home of receiving beautiful
damasks for her table. They are part of the wonderful Christ
mas stocks in the Cimbel Linen Store. We bought them last
Summer, and to duplicate them elsewhere in quality (patterns
are mostly exclusive) you would pay from 15 to 20 percent, more.
Pattern Tablealoths and Damask, for practical everyday use, from 2x2
yards, at 93, to 2x3 ) A yards, at 96.26; with 22 and 26-inch Napkias lo match,
at 98.60 and 94-60 a dozen.
A finer grade, from the same- Scotch maker, in seven beautiful circular
design, from 2x2 yardh, at 94, to 2' jx5 yards, at 919.60; and with matching
Napkin, at 94.76 and 96-26 a dozen.
Anotlier special purchase is of hemmed Napkins of Scotch or Irish damask,
24-in., at 93.76 dozen, neatly boxed.
There in' a fine showing f the favorite Hemstili-hed and UobI oped Seta,
mostly circular. For instance :
Htm.stitched Sets, of Scotch damask, in about 50 designs, oOsWfatiBC sf ono
table cloth and a dozen napkins, at 96-60 to 927 set.
Round Scatl"ped Cloths, in abou' thirty circular pattern', are 99.6u to
912.60 each, with Napkins to match, at 97 to 916 dozen.
Hound lewlopad Tablccbtlw, 69 inches in diuMttr, are socially priced
ut 63 each.
Another important offering is or Round Scalloped Cloths, 72 -in. in .nveral
designs, with six 22-in. Napkins to ma eh, in a neat box, for 97.
And we might give many other examples -mil these must suffice.
Popular Sheet Music
You play these tunes, you whistle
them, you dancu to them- or you hear
or He other people doing it. And
tlma are some of the pieces they like
Whi-ii lbs MMnlaht rheo CTlOQ
LrfuviM for .Mabsm.
Uh What A lloautlful Dream'
ROW-ROW-ROW, Mltchy Koo.
I'll Ht Welcome In My Horn TOWB,
I'm 9avlnt Mv Klasrs far Moms OH
Tak.- Me to thai Swanes Snare.
Syncope, tad iiaotiie-Boo.
Hugllme 90ldUr Man.
Somebody Kiss 1 Uniting it.
111 Bit itiKht On lie ifoon and Kei
.My ByaS on You You're My Jlahy.
You Come and Stroll with Me.
On tan M is-iataippl.
Tlntt'H How ! Need You.
Tell Me Tlalt You I.ove Me.
Keel) Away irom the Knllow That
(twiiH an Automobile.
Till the Hsmta of the Desert (Irow
Cold. Ragtime Mslodlea,
Com rtuen t , m,. My Melody,
ut. "st or in,- loiin, 8wani Koss.
Whan I'm ThlnaJni of You.
Take Me to la Cabaret,
fbs Tale tne Tulips Tokl
He Mv l.lltle tiiitnale H
My I, Mile l.ovln Suifar . . .
Eighth rioor sad Subway Btors
Your 4Three Dollars'
May Well Feel Proud
When It Gomes to Buy
Bath Robes Like These
Theee fine rni.ee at 99 are
nm1e from erv socel -itial-Ity
blankets, eu h finish
and workmanship ea, one
would !-. t to ft ml hi
robes st twice thle prhe.
In the assortment of colors
the requirements of moet
men msy tie suited: full
Terry Cloth Bath
A very good quality
cloth, msde with care as to
finish and detail; were for
merly ll.lt; all alxea.
These ara vary remsrk
able Pajamn. One wouM
not eapert euuh good looks
and quality at thta pries,'
They are nude of a nice
grade of a .met flannel In
a variety of new patterns,
and should be selling for
at least tl.tl.
Men's Suspenders &
Garter Seta, 60c
This la a combination
set, voualstlng of a good
pair or strong, durable
suspenders. all elaatK
wehhlng, and a pair of fine
quality pad garters to
match; In a nice box.
Men's Necktie and Hose Sets, 60c
.,, , ii"i gin. sua rour-tti-nana
MMf and n pair of lisle hose to match. Kvery new
MmM i for choke, and the matching of the cum-
.- - nnv store. Balcony
The great Subway Shoe Store solves many a
gift problem at eronomiral prices for abeosutety
Women's 93 Winter Sheet - 61.96
These are the new models In all leathers
and all etylee Ian calfskin, patent leather,
gtin-metel snd vk-t kM; ballon or lace, calf
nr ciotn tops; an sisae in every sty la
Women's 93 Strap Slippers - 91.
As Illustrated. Thta very smart shoe has a
high CutMin heel, havnd-tun-nad anise; full stock.
Also Women's ID l'umpe of colored satin arid
patent leather; all slit, all with hlati Cuban
heels and hand-turned aolsa; for It. ft.
Ribbon-Trimmed Comfls - 91.18
These slippers are msde of ths hast fait;
cushioned Insols. vary comfortahls for emuss
wear; red, brown, pink and blue, Ilk Illus
Fur-Trimmed Jullettes - - 96c
With lea the-- sols and heal; In red. gray
brown and black.
Men's House Slippers - - 91.6O
Romeo style, Which comas high over
the ankls: with rubber sides and fletrMe
turned aolsa Three are In tan and blsuk
Men's Everett Slippers - 91,90
Solid letthar solas, all sisae; very com-
iv, 1 " r ngun wear
Men's Opera Slippers - - 91.90
Thess are for house wear; In tan ami
black, all elsea.
Men's Indian Moccasins - 92. 60
gull the tiling now for Indoor wear
rery coy and warm. Theee are of llsht
Mhaite with different colored beading on
vamp. Very lowly pried.
The some for Women, .ire, 1 , ? e(
Thr enm for .Vlsses, sites it to I. ti lt
Ths eome for Children, else I loll. H.IS
I eubway Stars.
kerchiefs aad-BmbroMered Initialled
andkerohlefe, e.-ru with col
ored iMtrdera; boa of for Wo.
hear, fin hamroak Laws
andkerohifs, some with Ml
around ambrohterv. others
croeshar ami lace edge; each
aaakerohlefs of Teals
Lace, In a dainty rltmon hos.
VrUooes I. ace Maadkerohiefs,
ill band meal, em it In a hand
some folder, at sor, 7Se and (1.
rime Sheer X,lan Handker
chiefs, '' handsome patterns,
one corner embroidered; each
In gift botes, at SI.
Eubway Store. Saloon
The very last word in Fashion's
At 800. Jabota and stork Jabots,
beautifully trimmsd with silk, satin
or velvet, in narrow or wide effevts;
all shades and pretty combination.
At 76c and 91- Shadow Lite
Jabota, In white and ecru; stock
jabota, copies of the newest French
Abe a full lint ot other dainty
ntckutar. ntnOtratilv prictdfrom
silk, ifhtl and irtpe dt chint Nnn
at 28c an J 60e to plain color eJ
floral Jtsitn srarft of crtpe de chine
at 91. Subway Store, Balcony
omen s Blanket
Bath Robes, 93.60
Warm, cosy robes, with sailor col
lar, cuffs and pockets, and trimmed
with satin. Theee com In roee and
whit, blue and white, ' 'openbagen
and white, lavendar and white, red
and whit and gray and whit.
Crepe Kimonos 91.19
Home of thee art In solid colore,
trimmed with wash ribbon; others
have dainty wistaria or pnr pat
terns, empire model or full shirred
Mew Style House Dresses, 81
Eight prelt models to choose from.
In i ' r .iien, cliambrays or striped
rsiickr. Dutch, round or high
neck, long nr three-quarter alaevee.
Rvery garment la exceptionally well
mad and will At perfectly.
Boxed at Christmas Gifts if deured
mawer wiere, leoay
This Handsome Four-Piece
Shaving Set, $1.
An acceptable ( hrist
maM gift, complete in a
-satin lined box - two
military hair brushes,
ebony finish; muff ia of
lain lined with white;
ffood serviceable brush,
Subway Drue Store, Balcony.
$1.75 set at 91.
S1.60 Envelope Hand Ban at 91
Morocco and seal grain leather, lnstd frame and
puree-eejme or ines nave m miow.
Children's 91 Haadbafs at 80c.
Thee are Imported hags and may be had la all 4 a
new ami deeiraiu colore, r"
Fine Olorla Umbrellas at 93.00.
Strong etel frame, la a very large variety of fancy
handlee. illk and Olorla umbrellas In a very wide as
snrtment, at SB lo St.
Children's Umbrellas, 60c to 9160.
A very big assortment to cbooae from.
..? L tMS.jN) buev season of aifle:.n.l,,. we "" ""Lu'aXld "v. the holt:
reitnrouen ie nev one y to cusvivii -' .:". ,- muh.iIv
,l..v. -ll. merrc h,e, omere I tfiieatH Will surely Ian the pslitry. the e)UI
utensils, fhe linen closet, the Dapeolty of the featlve hoard and even Ji
accommodation,! or the eparr
Th Olmbel Subway Store, aWe Kg MMeWvMay complete hooicui alaklHg teciion,, i- l,
"'" cv " . r " , w.a.
..i ii... ......... ...... . ... u . nr i uuriiH'.,
fresh "locks jusf opened just as
new as t hey are low in price.
Tea Sets, 4 uieces, ul 4.), $6.00,
Tea Seta, 5 piece' , at 88.60, $16 and
Tea or Coffee Pott, at 87.26, 82.60
and i i.
Butter Dishes, M .Mi. 81-75, 82
Tern Dishes, 11, $1.25 to ?8.76.
Bread Trays, 1.50 anu ISJ6.
Crumb Seta, JI.J . tu $'1.26.
Syrup Pitcher and Plate, 8150
Sugar and Cream Set, 91.75
Casters, r-V, l ..nd 1.'V
Tea Stralnerc, B6e to M.
Subway Storo, Balcony
$6 Electric Lamps
Very artirtk' Lamps, of colored Klaas,
in handsome tlesiiais. They are cxim-
plets with silk sard, sUseliiiknil plug
snd socket. Thew :tre iniiMirted to sell
for $8. for Wednesday only at 83-86.
Gas Lamps at $3.75
With art glass laSafj and fringe to
mulch, in Rrecn or ainlier, with a very
haridaorlle cai-t husc. These are com
plete wit'i tuUaSj goose neck atitl
IllllllltlesiSill light, 93.76.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Inexpensive and Dainty
Things in Art Needlework
Swiss Dresser lata, 60c,
White luce trimiiK-d und insertion
Kcarls und -i-iarea.
Two - drawer Cretonne Cabinets,
glove or hundkerchief hoxea, each 98c.
Silk-lined Lamhraquins In Persian
and floral design, 88.
27-ln. Hand-embroidered Center
Hundreds of dainty gift things In
this complete section. Novelty and
beauty at small prices.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Gifts for Kitchens
and Dining Rooms
Pie Servers, nickel frames, Guern
sey ware centers, special at 91-
Coasters, with tile ami glass cen
ters, (ormerry priced from 26c to 86c,
Mahogany Trays, siae 1216 In.,
a splendid aaeortinenl ni designs to
choose from; formerly priced at 96;
lccinl at 99
Chafing Dishes, in nickel or cop
per finish, swvers handsome designs;
alcohol regulating lamp; formerly
priced at 96; special at 94.60.
Christmas Tree Outfits, a series
of 8 electric lights, which nuy be con
rwcted with the current or liattery;
special ut 61-86.
A'umlnuzn Saucepans, a four
HSSS set of the "Weair.ver ; 1. ill,
8 an-1 2V ut- lormeny s.i
BSt, iposjsj at 61-36.
Bran Smoking Stands on solid
hr.j standi; miecial at 81-26.
hi luindwini- Oriental design; :vn
UitutU lor dining roms.llbrarusvr
The AxinlnsUr Rugs, siie 8 It. 3
la, x 10 ft. 6 In.; regularly 821.50,
Tapestry Brussels Bugs, size 9
x 112 Ii .; iegulurly 20, at 14.60.
TapesUy Brussels and Velvet
Carpets; formerly 85c to 91-26 yd.,
at 60c to 66c yd.
36c to 46c Oilcloth, m full rolb,
26o so, yd.
81.26 Inlaid Linoleum, 86c d.
yd. Full roll.
Subway Store, Lower Fleer
t 1 Rft & 2 Srnrfs
BBSS p V W wa WSS. wwawawT
& Centerpieces at $1
a enectal lot of one hunilred dozen
haul -it Japanee ttcarfii, Hiiares
sihI 'unterplecs; neatly lace trim-m-
a. with vary elaborate aial beauti
ful eeaterSi siss mxit and nuxju.
S6.76 Damask Seta, $3.80
txi In. Tablecloths, with 1 doin
nauitlns to match: flue heavy quality
damask and ellver tilvs -hed
7.60 and $8.50 Renaissance
and Lace Covers, as
Cluny lac and flmialHaunce Ta'-I-cl.it'
- Tt In. In dlaiiu-tur, with very
handsome canter an. I deei adsca;
thee ur a raiiiurkalilv feature uf
Suhway, Lower rioor.
Curtains and Upholsteries
98 Tapestry Table Covers, sia
67 in. so., at 99-76.
94 Bed Sets, coiaustlng of Shame,
Table and Dresser Cover to match.
A reproduction of Mexican drawn
work, complete set for 92 78.
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Christntas stocks and holiday display.
hot convenience ay hav divided
these into four groups.
Croup 1 at 280.
Christie's Best Reproductions, in
black oak frames; site 14x17.
Uenulne Carbons, in l'4-in. oak
and mission frames; size 8x16.
Imported French Prints, in ma
hogany finished frames; slightly shop
worn , size 12x16.
Gutmann's "rive Senses," framed
in 1 1 s -i n . mission; size 9il2.
Group 2 at SI.
Water Color facsimiles, In 8 snd
4 in. fully burnished gilt frames; Viae
Fruit Subjects, 3-in. mission sweep
frames, with burnished ornaments;
size 1Hx20; values 91.60 to 82.
Group 3 at $2.
i-tchings, matted in 3-ln, Circassian
finiHhed (or imitation) frames; siae
Olso Fruit Pictures, 8-in. oak,
gilt, lined framo; size 20x28.
Oil Paintings, in gilt frame and
rhadnw box; size Uxl2.
Oenulne Pastels, in beautiful
frames. 14x28; values 98 to 84.
Oil Paintings, imported, figures
and landscapes', siae of canvas up to
20x30; in costly frames, inclosed in
shadow box and glass; 99; 910 to 912
7 hi valuea for SS. Ills vsluee fer 10
IK valu fief ST.SO.I values for SK.
Subway Store, Balcony
93 Bamboo Sewing Table, tor
toise shell 'jurnt effect, metting
covered removable tray, 62-78.
99 Reversible Tapestry Couch
Cover, fringed all around, each
92.96 Scrim Curtains, lace edge
and iruvrtu-.t, in wliite and Arab,
per pair, 61-60.
98 Matting-covered Shirtwaist
Boxes, size 27x14x14, at 81-60.
93.76 Valour Table Covers, 27x
50 In., each, 91-60.
Subway Store, Lower Fleer
Open Kvenlngs I mil rbrlstmas.