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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JArTTTART W, IfTS.
MILLER S CHARGE TO
Budget "Carols Dealt From the
Bottom" to Poor Bronx,
Miller. "All I wanted na a squarn
deal, but I got the double orora."
Borourh President Connolly of
QuesriA ftlSO pot In a word for general !
IncrtasM where they will do tne most
good. The resolution eas referred'
back to t"ie Comptroller for possible
Appointed to f hnrltlea Hoard.
At.ltANV, Jan. 14. Gov. Rirlier to
day appointed NlobolU M. Peters of
Syracuse a Commlationer of the State
Mid Of ClMfitM to succeed John W.
Ilomn of Syracuse, who resigned irtaon
elected a Judge Of the Court of Appeal".
The Senate ennilrmed the appointment.
Mow hll colleagues of the Vlonrd of
Estimate glvo him "the double cross,
"dealt from the bottom of the pack,"
"framed the cards under the table," and
AMI other feats calculated to ml. lead
Mm was told In IbOM terms by Bronx I
Borough President Cyrua Miller it fe I
Matin? of the Hoard of Estimate to-
day. The Mayor laughed outrteht at the ,
Borough President, whom he haa dubbed
THd Cy Millar," and Comptriller Prun
dOTBftat and the other mtmltfn of the
Board bent double with merriment a
tho Oto.-y continued.
"Too," Prealdent Miller raid, "I rot
Ska) double crOM, good and plenty, and
my Mend Oeorge here (Hideatlng Ikir
euffh Prealdent MoAnany) helped In that
(mate. My hat Is off to Oeorge. He to
certainly ambidexterous, a well at ft
clever manipulator of tlgures and, I
might add, a very clover politician."
Proald. nt Mlller'a remarka ri luted to
ft long Hat In the City Record of In
oreaoea In salaries In bureau supervised
by President McAnony. Preoldcnt Miller
haa long fought for Increases, but under
ft rule of the board theae could not be
fronted, io when he made out hll bud
fat he provided none, although he
claims they are eeenttal in tho cage
Of deserving employees who are under
Paid. President McAneny oxplalned that
4ooroaaea made up for the increases, so
his general fund was not attacked.
Tee, that's where the cunning of It
Mmes In that Is where they dealt me
tho cards ftvim the bottom of the pack,"
rooume.1 President Miller. "I submitted
ft fair nnd squure budget, end while I
was following frivolous p irsults such
aa looking after a million and one
official details of a borough In which ti
nickel looks like a gold eagle tlmy wore
deal In; me the cards from the bottom
of the doflfel with unerring hand."
"You are I RlOtttbOf of the Hoard of
Aldermen. Why" aid you not look after
your Interests when the bidet mis
passed?" asked the Mayor, smiling.
' They handed It to me there too,"
OWftWOrod ProotdoM Millar, at which
the Mayor and the other members
An i to think, too, that my friend
QoofsTO would help to frame the cards
under the tabl" continued President
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GIMBELS More January Clearance News
The Lingerie Blouses
In the White Sale
represent equal economies
at all prices from
$1.25 to $14.75
New stvlca that will amaze you, for it ia surprising
that fine batiste lawn and French voile could be made
into Buch different kinds of Blouses some are o
artistically fashioned that they look like the bodices
of gowns, while others are severely tailored in a new
These Blouses are so daintily made that they quite
rival the costly French models from which they arc
copied and adapted.
In the Clearance Sale
Imported Lingerie Blouses
$1.95 to $12.75
Were $3. 95 to $19.76
Savings On Dress Lengths '
In the Remnant Sale
Just a few minutes spent In looking through the rich collection of Imported
woolen fabrics in Dress Lengths, that are such an important feature of this Semi
annual Remnant Sale, will reveal many a prize for the woman who is planning new
suits and dresses to be made at homo, or at her dressmaker's.
Among the Dreis Lengths st $10
Among the Dress Lengths at o
Yard j. - Fabrics hortntr Pric at
44 Black Shoxlow utriped French rtogo 8.90
4 Rpwrnible Suiting, black and purple 9.40
61 , Navy ana white Hair lined Sergo (10.18
Among the Dress Lengths st $7.60
6 J-j Mark Silk fltriped Voile $16.13
Keveraihle (iray Suiting $20
Navy Bluo Panama Suiting I12.M
omstT Prici of
Wistaria Silk and wool
Light Brown Wool Corduroy
Gray Silk and wool Grenadine
Cadet Bluo Bordered Voile
Black Silk and wool Bedford Ooth
NOTE These are random Instances, and mostly one pattern of a kind, but there are hundreds
more or equal desirability.
$10 and $12 Mackinaw
Coats in the Clearance,
" Our large selling
.of stylish and com
for men has broken
hence, also the
a splendid group at
reductions of one
third to nearly half.
shawl, notch or
single and double
breasted models, in
checks, stripes and
plaids, in a variety
All sizes in the
lot, from 32 to 42.
$6.60 Each, Formerly $10 and $12
College men, prep, school boys, and all who like Winter
outdoor sports, take notice!
Men's Clothing Store, Fourth floor
Girls of 14 to 18
$1 to $1.60
$'2 to $2.75
$2 to $4.26
$3.50 to $5.75
T5e to Si
$1.60 to $3.96
$2.26 to $3.06
Men's Fur Caps
Prices One-third less
Our whole fine stock of Fur
taps at least, what now re
mains of It is reduced one-
third or more in price. Of course,
not all sizes in each style.
Kaeooon $10 tt $12
Drtroit o r
Driving $10 to $16
Seal. $18 to $80
Muskrat Cape $10
More Clearance Offerings
of Fine China and Crystals
Another journey through our stocks of China and
Glassware brings to light other interesting groups to
go at Clearance prices:
sis 1 M et-O vv
iiimmi ii $55
Limotros Chinn. white and sold
Limoges China, green and lavender border
Austrian China, link border
Austrian China, green and pink border........ $28
Kngiish Porcelain, blue border $21
English Porcelain, blue border $18
TABLE CRYSTALS 60 Piece Service
Ilaerarat Glass, Empire designs $25.75
Opti- ti'.a s, iridescent $20
Needle Etched Crystal $11.75
Cut Crystal $20.25
Swedish and Optic Glass $U
Fine English China Plates
Minton, Wedgwood, Ayn-ley. Cnalport, Cauldon and other famous
makes, by the duMn, at price reductions of 33 1 f to 60 por cent.
Trices range from 516 to $125 i.oxjod; were 125 to $2i0. More than
150 beautiful decorations are included. Fifth Floor
ss to no
$13 to $30
Many fashionable styles of
Handbags, though in small
quantities, make altogether a
very attractive group at Clear
Seal grain Carriage
Bags IL80 T5o
Dress Bags, saffian or
pin morocco $2.60 $1.66
Carriage Bags, black
grain leather. $8.60 $1.06
Bags o( long grain goat-
skin I8-76 $3.36
Envelope Bags, "trap
handle $2.M $1.96
45c Novels at 25c Each
h the city of h
In this splendid list of
recent fiction are many be
dlers." They are all copy
ri'ht novels, published ori.ji
llv to sll a' .1.()8 or mi -v
hbs&dsome clotbbound edi
tiona, that differ but little
from the original Issues.
several tnousana volumes
now in a publi-ihers' January
clearance, at almost onc-half;
price for them, which is 45c
below our usual
The Black Wolf's Breed Harris
The Charlatans Bert tester Taylor.
The City of Delight Elizabeth
Elizabeth Visits America Elinor
First Love Marie Van Vorst.
Tho Fortunes of Fifi Molly Elliot
Franceska Molly Elliot SeawelL
The Game and tho Caudle Eleanor
A Gentleman of Qu;dity Frederic
van U. Dey. ester Ford.
Gloria G. Frederic Turner.
Ha.'.el of Ileathorland Mabel Barnes Grundy.
Heartbrtr.k Hill Herman K. Vielo.
The Key to Yesterday Charles Neville Buck.
The Last Woman - i loss lieeekman.
The Master of Appclby- -Francis Lynd.
Montlivet Alice Frescott Smitn.
My Lady Peggy Frances Aymar Mathews,
Some of the
Tho Other Rido of tho Door Lude
The Prisoner of Mademoiselle Chaa.
G. D. Roberts.
Reminisrunses of Peace and War
Mrs. Roger A. Pryor.
A Rock In the Baltic Robert Barr.
The Scarlet Empire David M.
The Seventh Noon Frederic Orln
Son of the Wind Luda Chamber.
Tattlo Tales of Cupid Paul Lei-
For babies of 6 months and
little tots of 1 and 2 years
these DresacB of sheer lawn and
nainsook. Every one ia hand
made, and there is scarcely any
ibat are not hand-embroidered
and trimmed with fine laces.
Kmpire and yoke styles. $1.66
to $!42.5Q, were $2.'Jo to $50.
Out Go the Boys'
Some sturdy Gimbel
Shoes for Boys are reduced
because of broken size
ranges. In gun-metal lace,
patent leather button, and
Blucher lace, and box calf
At $2.36 Pair, Were $3
Women's Dresses, Evening
Gowns and Distinctly Smart
Formerly Selling at $19.50
January Clearance $8.75
A Tory beautiful assortment of dreaees which reached us Just prior
to tho Clearance Bala. Tho assortment la made up of new Bprtnf
Samples, and tho surplus stock of Tory reliable maker of woman's
Some of theae models are copies of $60 and SfiQ dreams. Dainty chiffons
over memaline, shirred and frilled moat elaborately, others plainly draped.
Beaded gowrui and charming model of crepo de rhino with rii'hly beaded front,
messulino frocks for afternoon and evening wear, bc-lared Lingerie Dresses,
accord'.. in plaited chiffon taffeta dresses, etc.. In tho following shades:
Pink, lavtndtr. A He trope, furvuotsw, ou ofe Nih. faupe, chart f
fcfss, tan, gray; black and whit.. NOT A JRESS IN THIS ASSORT
MENT WORTH LESS THAN $l$40'.
TOT CORDPaOT BOrrg are handsome models of very fine English
corduroy, richly lined with Iklnner't satin, finished with careful con
sideration for e?ery detail. These aults war formerly sold st $19. so,
but could not bo duplicated anywhere today st loaa than $2$.
$8.75 ffcese garmmntt are thm molt resVaMe bargains of thm
All sises in these suits and sfrveees tar woman and mitmat.
Subway Store, Balcony
And Now It's $15 for Men's Suits and
Overcoats That Were $25 and More
Friday and Saturday Will Set the Disposal of 254
Worthy Overcoats, Ulsters and Groat Coats and Suits
Every garment the highest standard in Gimbel Clothes. The Overcoats have convertible
collars and somo are Chesterfield styles. About 50 in this assortment are good standard
models carried over from last season, and formerly sold AS HIOH AS $35 EACH.
SUITS are in soft-roil lapel collars, or the more conservative style. Every garment 1s
hand-tailored, the materials and patterns are the same as have made Gimbel Clothes famous
at $25. And they are extraordinary values at the new price. The sizes in this collection
of Suits and Overcoats range from 33 to 44. There are some sizes even larger than this
as these are broken loth, however, the full rang of sisss will not be found in every style.
Subway Store, Balcony.
1 1 i m
Here's a Remarkable Clean-up Sale of Boys' $5,
$6 and $7 Winter Overcoats, Reefers and Suits
All to Be Cleared at $3 Each
These are broken lines, and the majority of them are (ram Hie
Main Store, Fourth Floor Section. In nearly every Instance these
are priced actually below cost to insure a quick and decisive cl
90 plain double-breasted models. 74
Plaited Norfolk styles, 60 sailor Blouse
Suits, 62 Russian Blouse Suits.
1 1 fi Dmible-brearted belt-back Coats, tt
Double-In eauted Coats with hsJU ill
around, C9 Russian Overcoats, 44 doubss
Exctllint ranff of mil the ntwtst and most duirabU SniUnts and Oomoattnts, t
ut in Ik season's Latest Styl.
Odd lots, of course, but In the entire assortment win be found rises tH
Splendid Values in the LINEN Section
. ... SasSw. sWsassasl II, sK W Taesal. Oss, h
85,000 yards of warn Table Damask, absolutely
pure linen, extra heavy quality.
$1 Table Damask, Wo, . .
1,800 yards of all linen Table
bWhed, high astln fialsh; 6 damtr desnns; 70 Inches
i 38 Table Damask, $1 Yard
2,000 yards Irish and Scotch Linen Table Damask,
fuU bleach, beautiful satin finish! 4 designs; 72 Inches
UK mm ta
dozen sup..ri('r uuality all imon uamas
kins, full bleach; 4 desiims: size '21x21 inonea.
60o Table Felt, $8o Yard
1,007 yards of Table Felt, extra heavy quality,
64 inches wide.
12 MS Olus and Dish Toweling. Of, .
Ov..rlX0 yardl of ull linen Dish and Ol.H rowel
inr. soft and shswrbsnt, neat red and blue checks, also
rod b' rders; 17 iwhes wide.
Huckaback Towels, So laoh
800 dosen Towels; good, heavy grade,
hotels and boarding houses; neat red and
borders; size 18x:ifi inches.
Huckaback Towels st 16o Isah
200 dosen fine iuality all linen Huckaback Trrwskv
rea aiul plain whit boMsrs.
extra heavy, generous size
Huckabsok Towels at 26c
800 dozen all linen Towels, neatly hemmed
hemstitcluHl. figured Ouinosk borders; sue 19x88 ia.
Turkish Towels it UUc laoh
880 dozen hemmed Turkish TSsssm axtr
quality; soft, fluffy and absorbent; snow whits;
Turkish Towels st 26o laoh
241 dozens Turkish Towels. 24x45 Inches.
are solil at tlds rtnnurkable urios becauss they are
little off In the bleach, otherwise perfect; extra heavy
double ply weuve. Subway Store, Lower Floor
Clearance Sale of Laces and Embroideries
w sSs V e- ntW mm - nn s msrs - a. sui. XT A
60o to 76c Lace riounclnfi at S8o Yd
Veleneleiines atwl Hhadow IS HSfflM
beaUUtul SOd c:f.llvo dsl... In wulte and Ml.
th-H flBiinrlnt ar 14 to It In wtde.
40c to 61.60 Allovor Laces, 26c to $1 Yfl.
Blnitlo and 'loiibl ' wklth Allovwra. VsuUa Allcivsra,
OrleTr'ul A ll'.'eri. ' 1 1H smhroldurcj Allovars. In black,
whlto, ecru and color
88c to 50c Embroideries at 18c and 26c Yd.
fiwHs NataSOOk anl C'umbrlc Kluunelnge. 1J to t
in wid lulUDls for petticoats and ohllem'a dressas.
12c to sSO fcmUolUerles, 8o to 12e Yd.
Fili-.n nf.l lnaiir'lons on nalniiook and cani'rto, I
to 8 In". wMe. All wfll main on Una inutarlal.
76o 27-ln. riou&clngs st 60o Yd.
Swiss embroldsrod la larce sod email patterns,
open and Uln.l-wurk ouoiblnatlosja.
6o to 20c Washable Laces at So to ISO Yd.
Val. -i.-i . Point (le Parle. Cotton Clua
and Torchon and Llasu-flnUh Edsjee and InsarMons. I
to lu. wUla
18o to 600 Laces st lOo to SSo Yd.
Shadow R.tgss ami Danda, Vsnlse and OrtentaU
Insertions, Colored Novelty Bands. Linen Cluny Danda;
widio of I fa to 10 In.
Subway Store, Lower rissr
60c to 76c Frocks, 35c
Pretty white and colored little
wash dreamei, plaited and Ion waist
styles; n.s .tlv soiled from band
Una;; tzs - to B years.
tl.26 LonK Dresses, 880
Infants' Lone Ureases, with fancy
yoke; plain or trim-nod skirts; dainty,
eheer and eell made,
Subway Btore, Saloony
New Spring Foulard Silks
65c & $1 SILKS AT 38c YD.
Foulards will be the fashionable silk for Spring frocks, so say the experts.
Foulards are a general favorite anyway on account of the excellent durability
and beautiful draping qualities. These silks are In the popular polks dots
on various colored grounds and also a host of other beautiful styles, 28 to 27
Inches wide. A very substantial quality. Subway Btore, Lower Floor
nOAeWAr NEW YORK THIRTY-THIRD J.
$2.60 Black Crepe
da Chins, $1.76.
Double width, beauti
ful soft quality. This
is leas than wholesale
trous silk, Jo
Wash Bilks, Tss
Yard. Strong and
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