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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1918.
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if Ftiorehlns ot a Stoker tkMktO uniunnt
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ll If Denes aniai: eUSJItttlH of their
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tongue, now aouinntng like a anaKi.
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JACKSON IS ARRAIGNED ON
NEW FRAUD INDICTMENTS.
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so liMtfottnania weie lataal raaama'
hint aft at lha tulaMa of vtsu Maanoi
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rharflM IKbi Willi aafraadlM Br. Will,
lam h i. .i-'-. of fankara out of $j.oco
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ti may M..- nnoppoaal n laaktan'i
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Ull of a panel ..f apeiial talea.nen waa
ordered for a . . k frum m il Monday
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THr. OLNCr. OF RtVl NTION IS A HALfaiN Vi I) TH. M
I. nl a viinal le prai'llie in ilealiiiK kill c-. ll. I . . it lilt.
An ol' al uume of prew-n'o n
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there are many a ti Rtnung tfla Tom .m
priaakafi Itatanaal aKh pounding
lienrla and painted In their fen I.l
minda Ilia flnlah thay ktio they will
en.ounter from the continued Bf of
apMm, morphine and rre alne.
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An Extraordinary Fur Event
The Prc-fnvcntory Clearance Sale Starting Tomormw
An cxcflienl InvMtmtBt prooctUlon, btraufe evtry ycaif, Muff and Coat is of carefully
wmttdlttd suarantecd furs- in many irstar.cps, rare specimens.
The tii n f the Sale implies OUT iTasr.n fer ('irprsirg of cur entke rtmainirg fur collection
at such dmt if redr.ct ions
Mjtiv Prices Are bO Per Lent. Less
And Every Quotatioti Represents
An Exceptional Saving
As we purchased many of the Furs in Europe, our
original prices were quite the lowest in New York.
KTOW these are lessened very materially, as you will see.
Sets of Furs
Uuaamn baolaa WHa
P.onl Rrmine $176
Nnture and Blendexl Baum
tilrul Ta-jpo Vox. 075
Imine and Moleskin 9496
W hite Fox and Emiine t275
White and Taup Fox $210
Pointed White Fox $165
Na'ural Oroaa Fox $150
Natural Blue Fox $.150
White Fox $150
Baby Caracul $125
Sitka Fox $125
Cuh Bear $125
Natural Raccoon $30
Iceland Fox $22.50
Black and Blue Wolt $30
Persian Paw $15
Civet Cat $50
Black Fox $35
Pointed Fox $65
' Arctic Seal. $U. 1100, 111C, ware $U6 to $175.
I Mole Coney. $66, $96, $110, were $160 to $19o.
HudscM S"a!. $125, $153, 175, wore $175 to $2.50.
MotaaUn, $10, $166. $176, wer? $i50 to $29"i.
Caracul, $S0, $75, $96, $125, were $95 to $176.
. fen imported Model Wraps at $2W to $7i0, were
FuNiued doats and Fur Rotes al much reduced prices.
$ib0 to $lb00. Fur
Coats That Women Will Not Pass By
That Is, At Tomorrow's Prices
1p this Clearance Sale, as al all other times, we are conservative in the
quoting of pric.'?. Therefore, we will simply say that the
Co at 3 in the $15 Group Were $80
But when you examine the qualiiy of the ratine and broadcioth in them.you
will know that many tf the Coats were priced considerably more. A mis
cellnry of stj lei, colon f.nd sizes!
Fur-trimmed Coats, $18.60 to $65, were $27.60 to $86
P. an de Moutort, Zlua ,i i 1 sod Baucle Cjats, with collars of. moleskin, race-in. caracul,
Arctic seal, bier, led and chinchilla squirrel.
Chinchilla Coats, $15, $18.50 and $19.60
Rsgularly $27.60 to $37.60
Boucle Coats, $15, $19.60 and $22.60
Rdjularly $22.60 to $32.60
Imported and American Utility Costs, $18.60 to $40
Waro $36 to $70
These for stea no.-. mitoring and street wear plain and fancy woolena of fine quality.
Fur-Trimmed Brosdcloth Costs, $19.75
Large shawl COilart oi Pt-rsian paw on ihese Coats of black broadcloth, which are lined
throughout with i nlr. d satin.
Women9 8 Tailored Suits
$15. were $25 to $29 JO
sio.io, were 2.50 to $37 jo
$25 to $(), wre $40 to $75
Saturday Sale of Toilet Goods
Please remember that , although we list, from time to time, a
small group of Toilet Preparations, such as the following, there
stands back of the m a splendidly stocked Drugs and Toik t Goods
Store, which yon can trust implicitly for the reliability of the goods
it sells, as well as for its steadfastly lew prices:
Gimbals Rouge, in cake form, with
puff and diminish:.! l.iirror, 30c.
Sur.itol Tooth Powder, 12c.
Gimrels Almond and Benzoin
Gimliels Btnsoin and Glycerine
Lotion, 26c pint. Uc 1 pint.
Mrnnrn's Tklcufi', 10c.
Levy's Powder, lc.
Odol, 30c. Kun.dor.t Powdrr, He.
Peroxide Hydri; . r, 10c jiirt.
Pure Extract Witch Htael, 18c pint.
Kol r.oK Paate, 16c.
Gimbels Imported Bay Rum, 46c
(limhels Brflllantina, many er
(umcs, 26c fixe. 16c.
Pure ( astile S p, 6c.
Pei un td Po-.mii.- Hooks. 18c.
Pii so Kvit lag v. I ita, 36c.
Houtiis&r.t'i Coeur d Juar.net ta
Fcr'unw, in apt elk bottlk, $?..
Koubigant'a Ideal Perfume. $3.60.
Jefgans' Glycerine Soap, 3 for 26c.
Colektk'l Glycerine Soap, 3 for Ike.
Rubber Aprons, for household wear,
75c r,nd $1.
Rubber Gloves, for household wear,
Hot Water Bottles, guaranteed, No.
Rubber Sheeting, guaranteed, 52 in.
wide, 60c and 76c yard.
Pullman Aprons, cretonne and rubber-lined,
were $1.50, at $1.
Cretonne Travelling Casea, were 40c,
at 26c. Silk covered, $1.50 kind, at $1.
T. T. Utility Kits, 26c.
J. & J, Atorber.t cotton, 40c lb.
Wkatphkl'a Auxiiintor, $1 siie, 60c.
Dandtritio, $1 .lixe, at 66c.
Gimbels ShamtHxi JeUy, 16c.
Ounbell Liijuid Cireen Soap, 20c.
Apparel That the
Coats $2.96 to $10, were
$5 to $19.75. ' Broadcloth,
velveteen, cheviot, caracul and
plush ; 2 to 6 year sizes.
Flats and Bonnets, T6c to
$6, were $1.50 to $10.
French hand-made Dres,
$1.96 to $22.60, were $2.95
to $50. Sheer lawn and nain
sook, daintily hand-embroidered,
and trimmed with fine
laces, 6 months to 2 year sizes.
T- TT 1 1 J T T .1
en iweryctay nousenoia neips
At January Clearance Prices
T! is is a little lUl lhat houflWtVW will find very IntcreitlBf
Corn Floor Brooms, 4tt ring tied
Sh. ct Ste el Frying PRIM, long handle
Enterprise Ixuiidry irons, uu oi three, with patent
luurfUekiid staaiL a set
Gl M BKL Bii soil-mwle Carpet. Km eopen
pcrtabwCMI Heatera. nickel trimmea, !)r;.si, oil font
6ternku'i stme Cotee i'ercola'.orj, iruide of slumiaum,
i 1 -pint eapaaliy
Blue and white bruunel Toe i'ots, i 1 jjqt
fcatl'ri.. in .'.irrert, white eni'.mc-ied frame, size i f beveled
tctfe t :insK ii x 17 Inebea
ImpoTtud v'i ktte Pfcptr Hiisl.etc, various shapes nr.4 rllTT.
ftn Ugly rr.a'U
At 15c Yard
Have you curtains to put up?
Or new draperies for dressing
tables or bureau scarfs to make?
Then profit, by this clearance, of
about 1,600 yards of fine Swiss
Muslin, ;; in. wide, and n a
variety of pretty figured and
It is our regular 22c quaity,
now at 15c yard. Sixth floor
P. S. -IVc slial' te iJaJ k (ill
Mail Orders for lh:se goods.
Have Pleasure in Announcing
The Exibition on the Fourth Floor of
A Working Model
Of the Panama Canal
This fascinating exhibit will arouse the utmost
public interest in view of the vast importance of
the Panama Canal, as a present-day topic of dis
cussion. It will prove of great instructive value to people
about to make the trip to the Canal, as well as to
those unable to go.
It is built from detailed and accurate informa
tion, topographical maps, etc., furnished by the
United States Government, and from material
gathered on a personal trip to the Canal Zone.
It shows graphically the course of the Canal, with ships
in motion, locks and lighthouses in operation, as well as the
famous Culebra cut, the Cat un dam, and the seaport towns
of Panama and Colon, and affords a vivid idea of the nature
of the surrounding country.
Kxplanatory Lectures will be given half-hourly, illustrated
by lantern slides, and other exhibits.
We arc glad to announce this intensely interesting Kxhibit,
which is first shown at GIMBELS, for a limited time only,
and to invite cordially the public to see it.
A Surprise In
The White Sale Tomorrow
A Well-Known Manufacturer's Clearance of
Fine Nightgowns, Combinations and Petticoats
To Be Sold Tomorrow at 2, Which Is
Much Below Their Regular Prices
Petticoats for dancing - stashed at both sides of the front,
and others that are gracefully curved just at one side, but
there arc many other kinds that are prettily trimmed with laces
and even some with substantial embroideriis that will appeal
to the conservative women. All the Petticoats are fitted at
So many kinds of Empire, kimono and Vneclc Nightgowns
and the trimmings on the combinations arc to varied that we
cannot tell about them all.
In Addition com plete selection in French and
American Under muslins at bUc to $150 and these
prices represent savings of 10 to 3 3 ptr cent.
These 50c and 75c Lace Collars
And they cleverly imitate the always fascinating Point
V'enise lace. In mur.il and square styles, designed for wear
with dresses or coats. An importer's surplus.
Chiffon Scarfs, $1.50; Were $2.60
Prettily embroidered at the end.' . to give a tone of distinction.
Crepe de chine Scarfs. $1 to $3.76.
IJntlBUSUy pretty (Htimpea of shadow lace. Point d'Ksprit and Bruaiels
Net, .l to $3.25. Chemisett, 28c tO $1.60.
Homstitched Chiffon Veils, 76c
For motoring or travelling, as they are 1"4 yards long and 1 yard wide.
Black :'.nd colors.
A purchase ot Mesh Veilings at 18c and 28c a yard, instead of 25c to
50c. Main Floor
Final Notice Before Inventory
Of These Men's $25 to $35
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Today and tomorrow-the last Saturday before Inventory-will
be great clothing buying days for men.
while yet the January Clearance prices prevail.
For this reason we emphasize this fine collection of
several hundred of our Men's High-grade Winter Suits
and Overcoats which we would rather sell at a lowered
price than take on our stock sheets as "broken lots."
There you have it in a nutshell. Some of this Clothing
has been advertised before at this price, but many
higher values have been added. Each of these two
groups is full of economy of the best kind, for it applies
to thoroughly desirable Clothing:
The SUITS at $17.50
Several styles in conservative models, and many others with
narrow shoulders without padding. Plain blues and blacks,
as well as mixtures, including some of the handsomest effects
we have shown -his season.
The OVERCOATS at $17.50
Conventional Chesterfields in three-quaittr length, Ulsters.
Convert ible Collar Coats, Shawl Collar ( oats, sirgle or double
breasted, and other models. In chinchillas, warmth-without-weight
fabrics, Winter cheviots, tweeds, plaid backs, and staple
Oxford grays and blacks.
Our Finest Suits and Overcoats, Much Reduced
To make matters still more interest ing we have made emphatic price-rcduct ions on all our remain
ing Suits and Overcoats, the latter including all our fine London-made Overcoats. In many cases
the savings run as high as half. Fourth Fleer
Men's DRESS WAISTCOATS
At $1.85, Regularly $3.50 to $5
Another clearance- partially the remainder of a special purchase, partially broken lines frtm
our own stock. J A variety of styles, suitable to wear with dinrer coats or full evening tlress. Stme
a little soiled from handling. All sizes, frr ni 3S to 46, in c r.e style or another, at $1.66 etch.
Men's Fancy Madras Shirts
At a Short Price $1.25
The reason for the short price is out of the ordinary a maker's short ends of the fine madras
which he has been putting into his $2 and $2.50 Shirts of spring style.
We have 2,500 of these Shirts and they make a bully collection. All lear the Gimhel label,
which signifies that they were made our way; and there is a wealth of fine patterns, ;.r.i a variety of
colorings wide enough to suit any man. ,
Plaited and plain bosoms, sizes 14 to 17.
Tomorrow, $1.26 each, instead of $2 and $2.50. Klin Floor
Men's English Hand-Sewn Cape
That headline carries a distinct BMStSfe of comfort and style to men who appreciate there
qualities in the Gloves they wear. Economy, too. For the final test of ccont my is not mere ly a matter
of price, but of the service which that price will buy. And the purchasing power f $1.60, asexpressed
in these Gloves, is very high. J Correct in color ard stitching, exact in cut; soft, hut durable in leather.
We've done our part in prov iding t hese iloves new it's up to you. Mala Fleer
Finest Overcoats for Boys Strike a Low
Former Prices $15, $18, $20 and More
Probably a couple of hundred of our best English and
American Overcoats are here for boys and their parents to choose
from. It's about the best Saturday news we could find to tell.
There are fine blue chinchillas, rough cheviots, tweeds, plaid back
fabrics in various handsome boyiah models. With belted backs or
belted all around.
In the collection are all sizes frum 6 to 18 years, though not in
each style. Other important offerings:
Boys' $10 and $12 Overcoats at $7.76
Long belted hack models, in brown und gray mixtures, in Winter iabrica. Siiee 8 to 17 yeara.
Small Boys' Novelty Suits at $3.95
Were $7.60 and JH.50, many Imported, sizes 1 1 1 to S years.
Boys' Double-Breasted Suits at $5 to $10
Wer.. 17 .Mi to its. In tilain atv e. 10 to IS years.
Also Norfolk Suit, sizes 7 to 18 years, that were $7.50 to $16.60.
Soft Moccasins Reduced
Try these oomfortsbll MoccilrAI of the Hue
Indian type, for wearing about the house, instead
of slippers, and you will erjoy them.
We are closing out a group of them at much
below their former prices, because of bioken sizes.
86c pair, from $1.50.
$1.10 pair, from $1.76.
$1.30 pair, from $2.
$1.40 pair, from $2.60.
Sporting Goods Store, Fourth Floor
For Amateur Photographers
There will be u demonstration tomorrow,
from 10.30 to 5.30, of the Kodak Film Tank;
also of Astro Developing Paper. Bring in your
favorite negative and we will make a print from
it for you.
Folding Buckeye Cameras, taking picture tjfsiil
and 4x5 Ineflee. are specially priced at $7.26 to t
Prvmo Folding Cameras, 1911 model, talcing pictures
2 1 x4 1 1 and 5x7 in., are specially priced at $7 to $2$.
I.me Uuf Phutogjaph Albums, 26e to $2.71.
Developing and Prir.tinj Outfits specially priced at
$116. Fourth Fleer