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T. DECEMBER 20, 1912.
PPTIMTCRR Tnmnrrnw frnm f.hA St.nro that. RttmIaq"
ever better equipped for prompt and Fefficient service. The largest
most brilliant lijrht everywhere to aid satisfactory selection . and the
delivery of your purchases. That is why
m m Mm. mm m i: m m atw s J u J
luiy firore uan irrve and uuMHj as uakliX iin ruij; mukjniinu
Freshly Unwrapped! 1500 Rich
SILK SCARFS FOR MEN
At $1.15 Each, for $1.50 and $2.00 Kinds
This good news is a fine Christmas present to us and to you from a
maker of Men's Neckties of the highest grade.
He is a large consumer of handsome imported silks ;?and, on account of
our large business with him, he has made up for us in Neckties of full $1.50 and
$2 qualities the remaining pieces of his beautiful foreign silks' in this season's
patterns and colorings, to sell for $1.16 each.
A couple of these Neckties in a gift box will make a fine Christmas present
for a man eh, what? Main floor.
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ri 1 1 ini i.t
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jiucis tiiiiL a woman ran wisn to
A A . . til
r, v,U1U.v,,UCIi,, DUIUS
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luuiuM-icuif-is ana some exquisite
cannot be imagined.
to S6 Each, Usually 75c to $10
to $2.60 Each; Usually $1.60 to $6
Itch; Usually 76c to $6
tntMbome quality of Silk Stockings, in black
D A- CD-I IIC 1
d at p.t7o a jrair
f, SAy i flr0?
pair of Silk Socks, with Necktie to match, that
we must, uuing now!
Say the Hundreds of
In the GIMBEL
C TOY STORE
1 up and down the aisles you will hear
b e t w e e n
are anxious to
quickly t o
mothers b y
Christmas Dayat least.
We don't blame
them-it is poky to
stand up all day in a
toy store when you
might be nestling com
fortably in some little
girl's arm, or asleep in your little bed.
However, the Dolls are here yet- lots
of them- and we only hope, for their
V that, t.hev will cet the invitations
tg to Say for Themselves
rUiRAPTOR ntttXA. Ifi and 18 inches
v 1 1. 11 i . - -. , -
:..u n,Uk liillfiiu.:luwl Iwnlv anrl fine huir Bin
f eluding a few baby character dolls. Specially
! 1 . .rt
Outlier Goods, Jewelry, Fur Seta,
Millinery, and everythinK else for the
dolls' outfits, rum noor
arr t r
fjS, some on
b boxes. DUO
MXR for doll
lb, 10C to fl.
I DOLLS, $6
rS filled with
ad S a set,
Brinf the Children
Santa Claus' CARNIVAL
Auditorium, Sifbtb Floor
If she is sharpening up her skates,
and looking eagerly toward her first
day on the ice, she is just the sort
of girl to appreciate one of these
splendidly fitting, smart, warm
Sweaters as a Christmas present.
'ITie one illustrated is the favorite
new Riiff.ner.1v r(-v1r Shakpr Imrt
of pure worsted yarn, with
1 & pockets and pearl buttons,
in tan, navy blue, Oxford
gray, and white, and the
price, is $7.96.
Other Woolen Sweaters are $6
to 916; soft Shetland Wool
Sweaters, in typical Scotch
colorings, are $6.96 and W. 96.
Other warm things in this
complete Knitted Gooda Section
are Shawls and Motor Scarfs, of
wool or silk, Shetland Wool
Spencers, and Bridge Jackets.
Quite the Best Coats We Have Had at
These Prices for Women $15 to $27.50
In the instance of ( he Chinchilla Coats, a t ailor made up his surplus
yardages of this smart fabric f or us into a typical overcoat st y Ic t o tell at
$18.60, and another with plush button-in collar at $19.50. That he
granted us a large concession will be quite apparent when you sec the
excellent quality of the fabrics. The $19.50 Coat is lined throughout
Houcle Coats that are now so much in demand are here in a shawl
collar model at $16.60, another with a deep stitched velvet collar at
$16.60; a seven-eighths length model, bound with braid) at $26; and
last but most important, these
Boucle Coats With Skunk-Opossum Collars, $27.50
As this model is illustrated, it is only necessary for us to add
that the Coats are lined with satin.
Raincoats That Will Make Excellent Gifts
Sinftle and double texture rubberized ('oats, $6.96 to $16 ; Gabar
dine Coats, $16.
100 MANY PREFER
ill qn "OAI ADV" lXTmZi
All Jo oALfllu :z.ttz
TO $16 "WAGES"
"Better .1 (rood
Than in Indifferent Phyt
Idafl," S.ivs Prnt'cssor.
.IPrtlN'H'tKM' Mi", rnr T
tiwi mnnv hMM " iMot jrri1 At prf-r
IMItOfl "iHilovrTH-nt whl'li vr O n
wrk "iti'lsrv" to morn p.tunj lNr
fnr IN l one of th hii'ipfiil
(.mifn. ir I of t'lf tlm. . nr -ontlTl to
T'rof JutllM Tu'knniin. hart of 0M
td kIitm lannii.Li' t"pnrtTnit of Ofttral
Iliaii Kotmol H Ih ' "
KfTtr.ittoi has bMonii n prModoM
lh it lilKli i -hool now riv.ii. irroli
Iiiij for purr'tiK Hint f.irmprlv fllt not
have to btt i onsMofod imtlt ih hoy or
Kir! ofllPTOil ihI1,v.
sri of tha Dublle
i irii with rvvponalbltUlai wiihsh tn.
iniia to tii pAFvnta
"Th. hsniot'T of th hilit formal,
A Few Imported Coats at Lessened Prices
Rnglish Coats of cross-barred tweed, $15, were $45.
IJerl in-tailored Coat.s- German thibet shawls. $19.50, were $35.
THE GIMBEL CHRISTMAS SUBWAY STORE
Christmas Shoppers still have ample choice from full and wonderful stocks in the great Subway Store.
The waning of the shopping hours means one must do a great deal in little time. Here choice runs riot and
money goes far. Seventy-five complete sections, all on two floors- surely the store of Economy and Convenience.
JHV I 1 UrMMwtlan ii i h "o pr fteochNM
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Luxurious Fur & Remarkably Underpriced
- - -
At these very exceptional prices many mirds will undoubtedly ie maie-up in a hurry in favor of a 1
Christmau gift for some fortunate loved one. . These are Gimbel highgrade fun. Kvery gamtent fullj
fur called by its right name. Such underpricings would never be considered were ii not for tremcndoi
t Kf ha VviiurA s"!isnn.
Vvr ( "oat or Fur Set as a
v mtaranteed and every
us overstocks caused by
$65 Marmot Coats, $46
Fine quality dark ekins, excel
lent for motor wear; Hmart style
with belted buck hitndsomely
$75 Pony Coats, $52.60
Thece tuulnsnirx- otatl are full
'rnirtl'. linod with fcilli: nrwllanl
quality ponyskiii, wiih collar and
cuffs of skunk dyed opossum.
$40 Pointed Manchurian
Vary finoquallty, himM Ion ally le;tut i
;ul fur; IMW model mull large tails;
choice of ararf wit h i tranimal efraot wit h
headl Midtii;! or plain sliav.l.
$36 Pseud o Mink, $20
A rich soft brown fur, which is
difficult to toil from the genuine
mink; large pillow muff with large
shaw l-effect collar.
$36 Dyed Skunk Sets, S26
lirge half-barrel muff animal scarf.
$26 Skunk Dyed Opossum
Pillow Muff and shawl scarf.
$17.60 Iceland Fox Sets, $13.60
This is a very popular fur this sea
on ; !:u-ge pillow muff and animal scarf.
$20.60 Blue Wolf Sets, $20
I'rctty fur for the young lady
medium si7.e muff and snake effect
$10.60 Belgi-n Hare Sets, $10
large pillow muff and choice of two
or three different designs in scarfs.
This rich fur closely resembles lynx.
$12.60 Blue Manchurian
Excellent wearing fur and very
dressy. Pillow muff, animal or shawl
$12.60 Per.uan Paw Set, $7.60
Very smart set to wear with a
tailored "iiit .
$6 Ctracul Paw Set, $3.0$
l'illow muff and Kdna May tie
Arranged in Christmas box, with
cord and ribbon.
Itniialion Krmlne Sets, $1.
I mi i at ion Baby Lamb and Angora
Beta, $1.26 and $1.06.
uliwar Slonv, flJron
New and Charming Neckwear
The latest effects and conceits which our defl
workers have produced after the newest French
At 25c and 50c a nice aatortment of silk or velvet
bows or'net boudoir caps. Kach suitable as a gift.
At 50Ca splendid collection of stock jabots in many styles
and effects, in nets, ribbons and laces. .... ,
At 1 a lovely collection of jabots and stock jabots, of
French design, trimmed In ecru or delicate shades
Subway Store, Balcony
.4 Few Timely (lift Stiggentionn
Men's Necktie and Hose Sets, 60c
SUk Kour-in-hand Scarf? and a pair of lisle hose to match;
ail the popular shades.
Men's Suspenders, 25c j Men s Silk
Good all-elastic suspenders, ' Suspenders, 60c
with leather cast-off; strong Kxeellent quality silk wet-
and serviceable. In neat ' bing; choice of many nen
Christmas box. shades; packed in box.
Mento Neckwear, 26c
Partly owing to the great quantities purchased .'ind partly
to the co-operation of the manufacturer with whop-, we trans
acted a vast amount of business in Other merchandise, (iimhels
offer a very remarkable value in their 26c neckwear. All styles
and colors; each in a Christ mas box. Subway Store, Balcony
Reproductions of $2, $3, $4 and $5 Models
Are Included in the Now Famous
Ginibel Dollar Waists
On Sale on the Gimbel Subway Balcony.
Just arrived, two ( jfeA
hlinrirArl (Iamm in
ti:n; fcr Christmas
uifts Choosing will
be ;i irea! amonjfsl
uch ;i collection 'f
sheer daintiness. All
of them hinli neck
models with loria
sleeves; some hut ton
at the hack; .some at
the front. Soft Voiles
and lingerie wen' never
up into prettier waists i han those. Am her buttons, velvet ribbon touches, clever little tueka
deftly inserted luces, smart embroideries, frills anrl what not make these 2,400 WBUta
e the best of the many excellent Btyien antrvo n ever offered 1 Gimbeia in waists at si.
I lV.li. ., U . B.I
.iliunij DbUIV, XJAIV.UI1V
tot br " hnni and l-"r
try tbx rhroan1 anil rm -h1n whtc
Irav nothinc m lo with netiool," ml4
Mr. TunkAmiao. "AirtiB and vlncca.
Utinera and theatre prtlea bare br'oma
too rnar.y youna
neu'-fla hav 4nradal
lln grain tiar
fhnol. Thae jro'inv peopln have thrlr
fluha, rfilr homo partlM. ball, w'.tfc
bxkiii orrhoa:ra anil flowera. Tf future
hlotnry In writing of the rtm ami fall
of thl rfpuhlV- BlRMM point to fiaaw
i thlnaa an among h nauam of the itocar
of UM nat'oa th"y would he onlr iecfV
'plain UTttM ami high thlnktaaT to the
r!.--i high living and no thinking we
cannot peet to faro t.frrntl)- from
other nationa that hava atnittad thalr
hour upon tha atace of tha world and
hav ron fowwer.
"Of wht uaa la tt for taaonrra pa
urgf upon jwing paopla thalr duty to
work and tha moral loaa Involved n
lAlencaa a'Jin parenta taka prlda In
1rovld!ng for thr!r offjeprlng ao 4bat taty
wftl narrr hnve to work. Tha axpmallon
"havo to w r!' hn-a acquired an odliatn ta
the mtida of the roung. Thay look for
amnethlng ea and pleaant. abort hoonj
and no lift. trfrrlng In 'aaiary' ta
rMn ti in 'wagea 1
T7ie oaaoatlon in rhe itchool roorn or
rounw people f-.vn different watka f
tlf" lnvotva no reit danger to tha havhlte
and nvannera of any child; tt rather
rrrea.ka Vrnii fofdfa1! peehnlle and anob-
ik1 thai the tOaOtl-1 btatlBgaa. a.nd l not ly a aplendtd In-
e.ia are anfalrlv t.-1.-nial tlnvilu. hut ta calruuated te
tra'n vOWM people how to behaare la a
world i,f iM klnda of men Tf refined
parent wMI take -are of the aaaoetatlona
of thiTlr ehlldron out of arhool tfiajr wrfl
have nothing to foar from the aaaneto
tlotwi In ai hool.
"The puli in- ara)mnl ta a rwpabtle hi
mrnlature. not anlllni the great rwpaaHa
outnide. A private wshonl when lime.
Ited to atmlenta of one partlcatau elaaa
haa a nAimowtng Influence on chanacrtey.
The faahtonnhla aehool, tlkw tha faah
Innnhle etiureh. ahonld hare no plaoa
I In a denvx'raey. When a larwa pwe
' centng" of men of wealth aervd thahr
hoya to rich men" ewhoola and rleh
! man'a r-oltigaw wa email eontlnua to aaa
j In the future employwra nut nf toaok
; and nirt of ynpa.thy wrrh thaty atTV-
ploveea. men who think they are bat
ter than their felkrww boeauaa they are
1 more rag) read In their tawtea. whan tn
I ramllty tner era merely fawttdtooa la
1 d i aaa and fond.
T1i ewal i-day work of life, tha toO
! of arvoaUed orrmrncm taaka, moat ha
I gtrwn an npiKflnir algnlfloanca. If ao-
elad rwefutimai rather than aortal
j adornment were the atandard of raeeea-
penae and honor tha ronng man wnnld
I put their ainaw to the neeaaaary waark
nf Ufa and dartre thwrrrnant a raaJ
natlafaetloa. Tbay would aaa that II
a better tn I good bricklayer than
an Indifferent phreictam."
The- H-O Comodnv. BufTdlo.r
Makers of H-Q. rorcw.oof Prweto.1
Cowperthwait fl Sons
eo Evenings Till Christmas
Substantial Presents VJseftil and G
RUGS for SPUGS
Special Prices on
t 17H a, .
, 'i ! ft. .
1 Igll ft. . .
'.'7i0 In. .
3I7J In. . ,
ft . ..
N 1x10 9 ft.
I2 ft. . .
ruga of every kind, alio
oriental a wnll an dn-
ar(ita. oilcloth, tln
Irum MM muttirtK In rrKlleMH vwlty.
THE BOY HIMSELF WOULD CHOOSE JUST SUCH
AN OVERCOATAND THESE PRICES WILL Help Him Into It.
He knows a good eoat because he sees the kind of clothes his well-tire t- I I j
friends wear. The Gimbel clothes are not only made to appear attractive but they
are made to stand all the knocks and jars that boys are bound to give them.
Boys' $5 School Overcoats, $3
Nice long coats in neat fancy mixtures of cheviot, with convertible collar; tor
boys 10 to 17 years.
Bovs' $7.60 Lone Overcoats, S4.yo
Full-leneth with Convertible collar, the season's newest and smartest design in ooat
craft. Snappy patterns in all-wool cheviots and tweeds; sizes for boys 10 to 1 years
Men's and Youths'
$15 Overcoats, $ 1 0
In fart, we would not be over
eat limiting the value of thew Over
coats if we quoted $18.60. VTe
have been wiling them t'n? season
and will sell tuem u"til tomorrow
at $16. In t''is collection are
eoaUi wit" ikawl collars and belted
barlti; long coats wit'1 convertible
and Chesterfield velvet collars;
materials are cheviots, t weeds and
kerseys; in fancy mixtures ai.d
Subway Store, Balcony
Boys' $7.50 Suits, $5
With two pairs of knickerliockers. These all
wool fabrics in pray, brown and the new fancr pat
terns. Norfolk or double-breasted models, for
boys 11 to 17 years. The knickerbockers are full
cut antl lined throughout.
Boys' Norfolk Suits, $2.00
Well made, good strong
suits, Norfolk or double
breasted models, for boys H to
17 years, in tan or jrray mix
tures, as well as plain blue
serge. This is wonderful
value. Subway Store, Balcony
i USEFUL A ECONOMICAL ,
Soft Pillows, $1.60
$3 Silk Petticoats, 1.95
$150 Pictures, $1
13 Dressing Cases, $1.60
Women's $3 Shoes, $1.26
$2 Cut Glass Sets, $1.25
$1 Dress Goods, 60c Yard
$3 Desk Lamps, $1.75
Boys' Indian Suits, 65c
Women's $18.50 Coats, $8.76
Women's $12.60 Suits, $6.60
$5.50 a.mei Beds. $2.75
NOTE -Karri of th.M.' IteiXM rcTreti a
Ductal ' 'hri-rt nias event in Subway Store
undaTpricini, ilrst figun quotad boini the
former wiling prices of each item. Hrmg
this list with you for ready reference.
VHjiJO All enm-
-i r"9awf pl"'; llEl'
I mut box mWmjM
Child's Rocker, $1.75 KSft
(Irrrn flbra brush Vrj rrM
prtity untl stroni. Wr jf
One of the neweat and bawt tTPa
vary ratally oonrartncl into
Icrtatilr tv-d Tha ravaiDI ta
Ittiaton leatiiar nr rafloixr. But
Ual anlitan ak f rami
fold Tnalile. t eatm.
All klnda of lonnraa.
porta, aaav ctelra, etc
Morris Chair, $11
eanred frwina la
oak or manoaTaa
Vt o r r i a
H o k a r B,
H o o k r a,
3-Piece Parlor Suite, $34.75
student a imam,
ti I . ii ..r n L i ifc I
A vi ry Inrh i u . anlti- lllc. Iiravr mulKiian, Anl,k m.. ta
fraiiirai. win. . .trvtnic and wld nanela ami hit rJaw r a n d 1 a anm
1 ' u "i nrm M o,!ar atB CLltLMh. 1 1 K t l
altawf Craan, rml or hmwn.
e t a r y typa
Par tOT Sultna to mt avarrtiOvrr. mncla ptecaa. too. 'vnry nrtoe.
Clock Set, $4.49
I -Day HKth TbMMi nock.
wiii'k ('rutin -1 hh1 Kilt flnHh.
Tw It-Inch 'riln vaM,
(iMfwiHOinel v 'ItM-orixtml In frolO
All for $4.49.
rfloetCJ ittnj OrmLirxntai at
Itsll tnv. U
In. hi ah
Library Table. $UiO
?r43-tnoh top. ftaa Fawty
ritixllah Snlah ami vary
atriioaTlv nwla Nvta cba
two drap athatraa.
Select Present that are Useful and Good
Soi., Potior Suite , JjfuLitery, Glajtnoar,
Servers. Pictures, Jmbrella Stands, Govi Lamps,
Belting Machines, Portieres, Urns, Gas Stoves,
Sideboard, Pans, Upholstered GjhmIs.
Lrt Us Open a Liberal Credit or
ChArt?.!! Account 10' Off for Cash,
for You Just as You Prefer
Prices Marked in Plain Figures on Ebery Article,
Park Row Chatham Sq.
193 to 205 Park Row
2l2 to 224 Third Avenue Cor. 121st it.)