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TBI EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IB, I9T9.
MAN KILLED BY GAS
Mrs. Slifkin Lights Match
When Policeman Forces
Door Into Her Flat.
A Coroner' Inveetlgatlon it being
made to-day Into the death i. gaa of
Morr'e SUfkin. twenty-three year old,
whl brought to hie noma at No. H
Ameterdam avenue aavaral policemen,
Mia Are apparatut, an ambulance, two
doctors, and aavaral hundred peraona
about midnight and oreated no and of
Bllfkln llvad In a roar flat ea the third
floor with h1a wife. Jennie, and kept a
hand laundry at No. 1M Ameterdam
aivanue. They bad been married two
yeara Hla wife apent laat evening with
ralatlvee, returning ahortly beforo U
Her hueband was olwaya at home at
night and aha had taken no key, expect
ing tun to lat her in. She could gat no
reeponee to her rtnge when aha returned,
however, and went up to the third floor,
whore ehe emailed gaa. She called Meyer
Edeleteln. tlrteen yeara old. who Uvea
on the floor above, aad he aald the gaa
muat be coming from her flat, and ran
for a poMcwman.
Policeman RetUy went up and forced
open the door of .he Bllfkln apartment
It waa Ailed with gaa and the policeman
went to the kitchen to open a window.
Mm glifkir, had come In behind Mm
exalted at finding the gaa-fllled room,
and not finding her huaband aha struck
a match and tarrtflo exploalon followed.
She, the policeman and young Bdelatoln
ware flung to tha floor, cut by broken
glaaa and alnged by the flamee.
The curlalna took Are and tha boy,
the flrat to recover, ran for mora police.
He found Policemen Mel. a and Ooldman,
who eant In a fire alarm and went ba:k
with him. When Mrny readied t'le itat
flelllv haj .-.xvrred and waa carvjln:
out the unoona-loua Mm ftllfkln. She
aaa taken to a near .- flat and an am
Milam waa railed from the Hood
Wright lloapltal. Dr Tlppina found
her aurTerlng from burnt, ehook and
glaaa cute, and eorae of her balr had
By thle i'me Pollcaman Reilly waa ail
In aad bad to go to the hoapltal for
treatment. He. too. waa aurTerlng from
cute and burna and waa put to bad and
told he could not report for duty again
tor everal day.
Firemen had HtHe trouble in putting
out the blaaa, which did HM damage to
tha furnlthingt of tha flat In tha bad
room Mlfkln waa found fully dreeaad
and dead, aaphyxlated, the deotora aald.
On the floor bealdo the bed waa a fully
Tha eecaplng gaa had come from a Jet
In the kitchen. No cracks were etuftVd
and Inert W.i no tXBtanatM of lb-
a ... Ida. If It w.i a iui( cl.' The t .
ay thAt Mr. - rw.n, whrn t-jld on e
over.na I ial Bel SSI land
aaa dead, aald kg bad Pttt drap.nd.'nt
t't tirnie t.me They rgfOTtM the rate
. s aulclde.
When report! . later eas Mr Sllfkln
aha denied laying her huehand had ever '
I'oen mrl in :,... Hhe aa d hla bualneat
and health were gitoa ami ha had never
been more chwrftil. Kvery afternoon,
ehe declared, he went legate for a nip,
and aba thlnka ggflta cam wrtlle lit
alept and wat dut to an acd.leni
I atealei l.eetdera etlcli
LONDON, Jan. Ik Andrew Bonar
Law and Lord Lanadowne decided to
day to retain the leaderehlp of the
ITnlonlet party In the llouae of Com-
t mona en tha Houae of Lorda, re
! apeotlvely, and to abandon tht ttand
I thay havt heretofore taken on the
' aubject of food taxation In connection
: with the acheme of Imperial prefar
OLD BROOKLYN LANDMARK
IS DESTROYED BY FIRE.
Smer- HjI'i, Otve .i church, Utir
Use J for Dances, Scene
..t Dad Maze.
Kire out an old landmark in
Hrootfvr t.-ley when tht bullJinar
known aa Somera' Hall, at H.unere
afreet and Horkaway avenue, waa dee
troyed. Charles l.ewi. Ir . a tilano
lunar hy day and a apeclal watchman
for the hall at night, waa about to
atart for hla day'a work whan ha dle
covered amoke coming from the raid
die floor of an addition, uead aa a lodg
ing houaa Hla father, who la eighty
vr .ra old, occupied a room on the third
floor, and with tha aaelatanre of ueorg
Ii" i. nelly the younger Lewie Hiahed
Into tha building and rescued Mm.
Three aJarave wore turned In before
t kg fre nr un.ler c.ntrol The flamea
nPevetiteg from aprendlng to ad-
loining huiidlnga. tmi rni tea walle of
the liall nere left Man line The dam
axe waa eallinaiel ti lin.onn into
New ninth, a Sreman. waa hurt, but
not aerl"iialy, hy a falling floor.
The building wax owned by the Am
ber Realty Company and waa run aa
a dance hall by Abraham Hymen. A
Lin e had been In progreaa till a o'clock
thla morning. The structure waa orig
inally a 'nniregatlonal Church, found
ed hy Dr. Halla.lay. once aaeletant In
Henry Ward Meerher. Subsequent Ir
It waa a Presbyterian and then a Metli
o.llat church. In rotation It became a
theatre, a abating rink and finally a
Maaar tor Caplerer.
Mr and Mrs. Joeapli It Oreanhut of
No IS Central Park West entertained at
dinner last evening In honor of Sir
Krneet Khackleton, the Antarctic explorer.
YOUR HAIR IS FLUFFY, BEAUTIFUL
AND LUSTROUS IN i FEW MOMENTS
i ! (ict n 15 cent bottle of "Danderine" and try this.
Also stops falling hair; destroys dandruff.
Yonr hair becomes light, wary, fluffy,
atiunilant anil apprare aa toft, luetmut
and beautiful aa a young girl'e after
a "Danderine hair rleanae." Juat try
Ihit moiatan a cloth with a little
Danderine and carefully draw It
through your hair, taking one email
atraaa at a time. Thla will cleagaa the
hair of duat, dirt and exceaaiva oil
and in juat a few momenta you have
doubled the beaut v of your hair.
Ileaidra beautifying tha hair at ones,
Danderine diaaolvea every particle of
dandruff, cleanses, purifies aad mvig
orates tha eralp. forever aUrpfiiag itch
ing and falling hair.
But what will plans ram stoat will
he after a few wteka' nan, when ym
will actually aaa now laker fine ana
downy at flrat yes hex) really nam
hair avowing ail over tan atalp. II
you care for pretty, salt hair and lot
of it surely get a Is-cegt bottle l
Knowlton'a Parade, ine frogn any drug
gitt or toilet coygat'jr. md fott try it.
Tri. 1 70-siaia
OLDEST LAGER BEER BREWERY IN AMERICA
Announce the Opening of a
Women's Millinery Department
under the direction of a well-known Style Creator
where they are prepared with Smart Hats to
Match Gowns and Suits for all occasions.
French and English Models
are now being shown with copies
from 6.00 up
A feature of this department will be the
Popular Priced Hats
Ranging from 10.00 to 1850
At Thirty-fifth St
An Advanced Showing
of the Latest Spring Importations
in Lingerie Gowns for Women and Misses
Designed EspeciaUy for Early Southern Wear
Dresses of White Crepe and
White Bponge, reproduction of
ft recent spring importation, effectively
trimmed with hand-embroidery, reel
Canny lace end oroehet buttons , fin ished
at waist wikh kid belt 84 to 42 boat
assjsjt Regular prioe $69 .00, 45.00
White Sponge Dresses
Reproduction of a recent apring im
portation; handsomely hand-embroidered
and trimmed with realClunv lace,
finished at waiat with girdle of Egyp
tian silk. 84 to 42 bust
Regular price $56.00, 39.75
Imported Hand-made Dresses
Of White French Voile; handsomely
trimm'd with real Cluny, Valencien
nes lace and hand-enibr idery. 34 to
42 bun Regular price 149.50, 35.00
Imported Fine White Batiste
Hand-made Dresses, prettily
trimmed with Valenciennes lace, hand
embroidery and real Irish lace yoke.
84 to 42 bust Regular price $35 00, 25.00
Imported White French Voile
Hand-made Dresses, piin or
fancy; daintily trimmed with hand
embroidery and Cluny lace; high or
Dutch neck. 84 to 42 bust or 14 to 20
yeevrs Regular prioe $35.00, 25.00
Imported Fine White Batiste
Hand-made Dresses, trimmed
with hand-embroidery, Valenciennes
and Irish lace; high and Dutch neck.
84 to 40 bust or 14 to 20 yean
Regular prioe $29.50, 19.50
Imported White French Voile
Hand-made Dresses, trimmed
with Cluny lace and hand-rm broidery.
84 to 42 bust or 14 to 20 years
Regular price $26.00, 16.50 '
Imported Hand-made Dresses
Of Fine White Batiste, effectively
trimmed with Ciuny lace and hand
embroidery; high or Duto.k. neck;
three-quarter sleeves. 34 to 40 bust
or 14 to 20 years Regular price $22.50,
Imported Fine White Batiste Hand-made Dresses
A dainty model, trimmed with Valenciennes laoe and hand-embroidery. 84 to 88 bust
or 14 to 18 yeara ... Regular price $18.60,
The Q I MB EL January Clearance Sale
Offers These and Other Fine Savings Tomorrow
Women Are Charmed
With the Modes
As Well as These Lowered Prices
$15 to $37.60, were $22.60 to $66
$16 and $19.60, were $22.60 to $29.60
Velvet and Corduroy Dresses
$16, were $22.60 to $29.60
Women's Tailored Suits
15, 19.50, 22.50, 25, 29.50
Were $25 to $60 Third net
ryr CD . . .
The Latest Modes
For Young Women
$15 to $25
Paris has quits decided about one
thing (or Spring and that is the
Russian Blouse Costume for girls of
Sweet Sixteen, or thereabouts. The
simplicity of tnis mode, and Its straight
lines have given the designers an
unusual opportunity to create some
charming Dresses. And it is these
that we invite you to aee tomorrow.
Quite the most severely tailored
model fastens at the extreme left with
corded frogs. Its dainty lingerie collai
of. voile is embroidered in the effective
darning stitch design. $16. Illustrated.
Then, there La a fascinating style,
that has a large revere extending be-
?ond the armbole at the right side,
n Charmeuse, 926. Serge, $18.60.
Other new styles In Charmeuse and
Serge at $16. Third Floor
Favored Gloves for Women
They are the three splendid brands of Gloves
selected by GIMBELS after long search among the
best glove makers, and made especially for us
La Mascotte at $1 '
La Favorite at $1.50
Modena at $2
The excellent quality of each grade of these Gloves at its
price is due to the arrangements that we make with the manu
facturers to supply our three stores. Our women customers
profit by the resulting economies.
You may be sure of fashionable styles and colors, and your
size in each iu any of these three qualities of Gimhel Gloves
and your satisfaction is assured by the Gimbel guarantee,
which says and means "bring the Gloves back if you are
not pleased with the service they give." Main Floor
Fine Nickel and Copper Wares
At Half or Near It
Our collection of Brass, Copper and Nickel Wares hai been
remarkably rich all season in its variety of handsome designs
many imported by us. Now the small lots go in the January
Clearance at reductions of almost, if nor. quite, half
Five o'Cloek Tea
Kettles, Imporuxl $8.60
Wine Seta, Imported. . .118
Smoking Stand $5.50
Tea and Coffee Set.. $12
1 5 o'Cloek Tea Kettles. 110
$4 i Hammered Bran Trays $6
$9 ' Also
$6.60. Cake Baskets and
63.60 1 Trays, wicker rim.
66 I China bottom. $6
Premo Cameras, Low-Priced
Amateur phot ographers know well how excellent these Cam
eras are. Tne present group comprises our remaininK stock of
1911 models.which we offer at discounts of 25 percent, or more
a snap for the enthusiast who neels a new Camera.
Premoette Camera, 'o. 1 A, double len. 2 in $10 6T
Film Premo, No. 1, double lens, 4x6 inches $1L'.G0 $
Film Premo, No. 1 , double lena, 3W5ljlnche $12.60 69
Pocket Premo C, 3 klftW in., double lens $16 610
Pocket Premo C, 8' 4x4 M in., double lens $12 69
Film Plate Premo, 3' 4x4' in., double lena and valve. $24 617
Film Plate Premo, 3x5 , in., double lena and valve $26.50 $18.60
Film Plate Premo, 5x7 in., double lent and valve $35 126
Wood Tripods 66c 46c
Loose Leaf photo Al burru 85c to $4 26c t 2 . 7 6
An tjjrclive Blouit of rotfr , friaa
msd u-Uk Unitarian embrotdtry in
tht tloth edit lit si in, tnseljront
trimmed with tiny platings qf
A typlital Frtmth Bitmis of Jim
toil vtth Kand'tmbroidertd frimtt,
and fasttnint with ttotntttd but
tons. Embroidrrtd collar ovr pkot
edttd collar of to lor id voiU.
hmbroidtrtd and Lact-trtmm4 Voxlt blous
Tomorrow The Newest 'and Prettiest
Lingerie Blouses Join the White Sale
We wish that we had a page to devote to illustrating all of the new and charming $2 styles,
tor you cannot have a conception of bow different and beautiful are these blouses. However,
to appreciate them you would have to see the fineness of the French voiles, lawns and batistes,
the richness of the Bulgarian embroidery and the daintiness of the laces. These Blouses are
fashioned after the newest models from Paris. And even though they are not band-made, they
look quite Parisian I
In the Clearance Sale miscellanies from our Imported and American collections,
at extraordinary reductions. Third now
A Double Sale of Silk Petticoats
Heavy Quality Messaline and ChiTon Taffeta, $2.25
Extraordinary qualities of silks rarely in Petticoats at tnis price I
Styles are the newest one with four-section accordion pleated flounce; the other with
accordion pleated and French tucked flounce.
And it is seldom tnat all taese fasnionable colors are included in a Sale rose, taupe, green,
purple, blues, white, black, also artistic changeable colors.
Extra and Regular-size Silk Petticoats at $2,95
Silk Jersey with meisaline flounces; also Petticoats entirely of a heavy quality meiaaHns
and the extra sizes come in both.
Thet extra-size Petticoats are not just a little larger than the resular sizes, but they
generously proportioned in every particular.
All the new colors, besides white and black. Second Floor
Many other selections at the
same special price.
Row, Row. Row.
Down in New Orleana.
I'll Build a Wall Arovnd Lowland.
Daddy Hat a Sweetheart.
The Tale the Tulip Told.
My Little Lovin' Sugar Baba.
Oh, You Silvery Bella.
Take Me to That Cabaret.
Ragtime Soldier Man,
When the Midnight ChooChoo
leaves for Alabara.
On the MiKHimippl.
Baby Bumble llee.
That's How I Need You.
When I Lost You.
My Little Peraiun Roan,
Ghost of the Violin.
Tuk- Me to That Swanee Shore.
Oh. What a Beautiful Dream.
After All That I've Been to You.
Eighth Floor and Subway Store
1913 is but a few weeks
old, and these attractive
English Calendars in their
decorative paper frames
have nearly a year of use
fulness before them. But
now half price or less.
10c, 15c and 25c
Were 25c to 60c
Main floor, Rear
At iso, rei
gularly 60c, Spun Ulan and pink.
n line pearl inraya.
At 60c, llundeuux of white and
dainty Dale blue and Dink iiearl.
At $00, regularly 75r, White pearl
and bugle beaded Bandeaux.
At 600 to 66, Fancy Flexible Rhine
stone Bandeaux, In a large assortment
The Parisian Wave"
A Great Aid to Hair Dressing
For the woman who wishes to have a waved pompadour with
out going to the trouble of having ; permanent wave put into her
hair, tht- Parisian Wave is especially designed.
It may be found in ths Gimbel Coiffure Salons, made of 14-inch
Water-waved Hair, which will keep in curl for several weeks,
mounted on hairpins. At $6.50; in lighter weight at $3.60.
And These Special Hair Goods Offerings
SWITCHES $4ineh wuvy hair, for all stylet of hair drags, at $9.60,
SWITCHES 2S-ln., of natural wavy hair, good weight, $T.60, usually $10.
TRANSFORMATIONS, all around of 10-inch nutural wavy hair, to be
used inside or outaide. At 67.(0, uaually $1U, and 64.60, uaually $7.
Main Floor, Rear Baleen
Hosiery News That Means
When savings of a third or more abound on such excellent
qualities as these, of Men's and Women's Hosiery, it is wise to
profit by them. The January Clearance Sale is responsible.
Women'! $1 and $1.36 Silk Stockings at 660
Black and a few in colors, broken lines of regular Gimbel
Women'! $1.60 and $2 Bilk StocUnfi at 96c
Pure thread silk, heavy weight, in black and a good assort
ment of colors.
Men's 36c Socks at 36c Pair
Our regular 36c imported Socks, of fine gause cotton; black
or with maco split soles. again fleer
Bandeaux and Hair Ornaments Leg!
Her ladyship will be delighted with a selection from this re
markably bewitching group of Hair Ornaments and Bandeaux in
gilt, pearl, or rhinestone, that blend so prettily with all shades of
evening attire. And for these, so inexpensive:
At 26c, Dugle Headed Bandeaux. i At 60s. Fane Braided Randaain in
regularly 60e. gold, with dainty aigrette. In Dear! blue
4t Thirty-Fifth St.