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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
AS BOMB SHATTERS
"Miracle!" Cry Scores Driven
Rarefoot Into Snow by
SHOCK WAS TERRIFIC.
If mm ii t t r-. . i I
i uum.v; nisum in csiaoiisn
mcnt Is Blown Through
Window, but Unhurt.
"A miracle a miracle!" want t ths
eaelted ory In lull in whsn scores of
geraonr. driven tram their bade by an
eeploslon In the even-etory tenement
kvildlnc at Noi tU and 117 East On
Hundred and Sixth street early to-day.
learned that a crucifix waa the only
esject unharmed In Nlnno Baldaaaarrl'i
undertaking establishment on the ground
Boor, where the bomb waa aat oft.
And than tha crowd In the street
moat of Ita metnbera, man aa wall aa
woman, being In thalr night elothea and
many or tnam barafootad aa thay aloud
ia tha snow crossed thamaalvaa and
Tbalr feeling of awa waa graatly In
creaaed whan It wu raportad that Vln
cant I'egno. young nlKht managar tor
Baldaaaarrl. had baan blown from hla
bad through a window, carrying tha
eeah with him. and yat had eecaped
Tha two atranga Incidents oonvlnead
tha frightened, alnioet hyiterlcal throng
that thare were otner than natural
agencies oppuaad to tha forcaa of tha
Tha explosion waa ona of tha moat
seven or Ita Hind the pollca hava haard
of In a long time. It rumbled and re
verberated all through Harlcin'a -Little
:tl." startling policemen at the Eaat
One Hundred and Kourth alraet atatlon
and on their POSU, blocks away.
SHOTS HELP TO SPREAD THE
A fualllade of revolver anota Imme
diately following tha heavy detona
tion of thw bomb helped to spread
tarror tnrough the nelghborhooJ and
cauecj poil'einen hurrying to tha
scene to redouble thalr puce. The ahota
ware fired by laeldeiita of tha building
for the vary purpoae which they u -Sflggplleiied,
that ia, to bring aid wlUi
Whan the pollca arrlvad, a wlW-oyad
maaa of people waa already aaaerableU
In file aneet und more were deacend
ing fire-eecape and tha atalrs Inalda
with all poanble haata. Many of L'ie
rafugeea carried crying children In
Baldaaearrl haa had hla place open
only one month. Formerly he waa em
ployed by an undertaker on Second
avenue, not tar away. The police tnlnk
a busineae rival of Ualdaoaarrl waa
raaiHinalble for the explosion of tha
Bildaeiarrt'a ahop waa wrecked. 80
were the fronta of Vliu'ent Hamagado'a
grorery and (lulneppt Zutnbo'a rsatau
rant and coffo 'muae, adjoining on
either aide. Bverj window 111 the front
of the tenement building, aa far up an
tha fifth floor, waa ahattered and win
dowa were broken serosa trie atreet.
Polleaman Praxak, on hla poat Jul
faat from tha front of the bullJIng,
waa knocked down by the ahock of tht
explnelon. Vincent Huntagado and hi.
wife were aleeplng In the rear of hie
grocery Both were dumped out of
bed by tha craah.
CRUCIFIX ALONE ESCAPES IN
Every article of furniture In Raldaa
emrt'a front room waa broken. Chalra
and deske aerg In kindling wood about
tha room. Fragments of ahatterad plc
turaa that had adorned tha walla were
distinguishable In the debrla. The bomb
hid been filled With bolta und slugs
doiana of them and theae embedded In
the cm ked and wavering walla made
tha room brittle.
But the crucifix remained exactly aa
tt had hsen. not ao muoh aa scratched
or jarred a fraction of an Inch from ita
Reeervea, called from the Eaat One
Hundred and Kourth atreet atatlon, had
difficulty In getting the tenanta to re
turn to their homee. While the police
ware ao engaged, Haldaasarrl, white and
excite. I. ran up and looked at hla ahop
Ha had been aummoned from hla home.
"I do not wlah to talk of thla." he
aald to the policemen who questioned
Mm, "I have been In the neighborhood
only a month. I am not well enough
acquainted to expreaa an opinion."
Ma denied that ha had received anv
tatters, alt her threata of hualneaa nvala
or Blackhand demand for money.
HIGH OFFICIALS QUIT CLUB.
LONDON, Feb. 4 -The Express re
porta a political aeneatlon 1n the reatg
jittllon of David Lloyd-'Jeorge, Chen-
(eellor of the Exchequer, and Wlnaton
Spencer Churchill, First Lord of the
Admiralty, from the Reform Club, ot
which they have been mejiibera for
The RefOftt! Club la the stronghold
ef Llberallam and Ita rncmtera Include
tha Trlme Mlnlater. Mr. Asqulth, and
all thoau promlneht lr the party.
The reaaon for the resignation of Mr.
Oaorge and Mr. Churchill haa not been
dlacloaed, but strong efforts arc being
made to Induce a withdrawal.
FteeM mien Man uee the Gillette,
11m Blade are fine. Cat g
Gillette today. '
TheGIMBEL Furniture Sale
Has Received a Tremendous Ovation
We are immensely gratified with the auspicious bfghuibaf of our February Salo of Furniture.
Planned, an it was, for vaatly lncreas-d selling and assembled with except tonal care to meet the cor
rect furnishing requirements of the present season, it still needed t he seal of public approval before
the final verdict could be rendered. The tremendous selling of the opening daysof the Sale has been
far beyond our expectations. It has been a substantial endorsement of our methods and policies in
planning and assembling the Furniture. We have not only si udied the wishe? and necessities of our
entire constituency but we have done everything but manufacture the furniture, in order to have
exactly the kinds that are most desired for Spring furnishirg.
Our experts have full knowledge of what classes of Furniture are most fashionable and most
wanted, and in preparing the simpler furnishings for Summer hemes we have had many special
groups of Furniture built for us in the wanted Colonial and Knglish styles. CA11 who have furniture
to buy during the coming season are invited to come, examine and compare the styles, the con
struction and values and judge for themselves why this Furniture occasion at GIMBLLS is already
such a tremendous success.
Bureau, 47 In. lone, with plain mirror 84 x 28 In., largo
msssive scrolls supporting glass; two Uryc drawers, full
swell, two small drawers. Regular price $66; Tsbruaxy
Full-sis Bsdstead, Napoleon dotrn; regular price $60.
Colonial Bedroom Suite (Illustrated)
February price $40.
1 Hill. oner, 04 in. long, with plain mirror plate 22 a 16
in. K gular price $bU. February price $12.60.
Toilet Table, 84 in. long, m.rr. r plte 22 s 24 In. Regu
lar price $32, February price $2fi.
Please Keep These Facts Firmly in Mind
(1) The majority of this Furniture is from our regular stock,.a of which is 10 to 50 per cent,
less in price for the February Sale; or is of a quality conforming to the regular GIMBEL standard.
(2) It is Furniture that we guarante? absolutely for soundness of maierlal and thoroughness
of construction. It is correct in style and of the utmost refinement in taste.
(3) It affords and we earnestly request yon to prove this for yourself by COMPARISON
the SAME quality for LESS money, or BETTER quality for the SAME money, than you will
find elsewhere in the city.
Mahogany Bureau, as illus
trated, 40 in. long, serpentine front,
oval mirror 22 a 28 in., bevel edge,
two large and two small drawers.
Reg. price, $26; Feb. price. $20.
Three-piece Suites, mahogany,
consisting of Bureau, Chiffonier and
Regular Price February Frio
Ctroaaslan Walnut Suite, a i x
pieces Twin Beds, Bureau, Chiffon
ier, Toilet Table and Somnoe. Regu
lar price, $dl0; February price,
$228. Sam rcpulcrly $240, at $160.
Tuna Mahogany Suite Twin
Beds, Bureau and Toilet TRble; regular
price, $660; February price, $380.
$26 $66 $46
$19 $40 $27
$18 $35 $30
$16.60 $26 $20
$14 $23 $17.60
$46 $20 $1$
$20 $16 $12.60
$38 $19 $21 $1$
Bureaus Chiffon en
Chiffonier, as illustrated, bureau
to match, with bevel plate mirror,
16x20 in. Regular price, $26;
February price, $20.
This February Sale of Petticoats
Presents Only Those of the Most Fashionable Silks
All the silk petticoat needs of the year may be fulfilled in this Sale, for there are appro
priate styles for weas with tailored suits, soft clinging kinds for 'neath silk gowns, and the
daintiest of lace-trimmed styles for evening wear. The models about fifty are copied from
the latest imported models, or are after our own designs. But no matter what its style may
be, every petticoat has the straight lines that now are absolutely essential.
As colors are an Important lactor in Spring modes, we made a particular effort to get
these petticoats In the newest colors various shades of rose, Chinese and other shades of
blue, cafe au lait, wood and nut brown, vivid and rich shades of green, the pastel colors,
changeable effects, also white and black.
Messaiine and Taffeta Petticoats
$2.95, $3.95 and $4.95
Silk Jersey, messaiine, taffeta and peau de cygne in regular and extrusive
$3.25, $3.95, $4.95 to $8.95
Crept de Chine Petticoats heavy qualities of this much-wanted silk.
Main and Second Floors
A Sale of 75c and $1 "De Bevoise" Brassieres
At 50c and 75c
More than 1,010 of these famous Brassieres, whish we psocured at a special discount for
this occasion. Although many are in the style that cross in the back, there is a large number
in the hook-and-eye-down-the-front style. All are trimmed with embroidery, and there are
sizes 82 to 44 at both 80c and 7Bc.
"The Venus" A new Brassiere will 1 e introduced at 76o , instead oi ita regular price, $1 . This crosses diagon
ally in front and Jes nrour d the waist. Siaes 84 to 44. Main Floor
$3 and $4 "La Markette" Corsets at $2 and $2.75
After inventory we assembled the broken siies in these pitniculur Corsets and now lower their prices for
quick diapoaal. At there are medium and low bust models in coutil and batiste you surely will find your corset
in the collection. All siaes included.
$12.50 to $18 Eugenie Corsets, $8
From Paris these beautiful Corsets of silk broche. But
we have lowered prices because sizes are incomplete and be
cause some of the Corsets are in last season's model. White
Pink Corset Shop -Second Floor
Fek ruarv Sale ofLaces,Chiff on Cloths & Embroideries
Tomorrow wc present an occasion that will delight thousands of women who enjoy personally selecting the dainty and
artistic materials for the making and decorating of Spring appurel and luiferie. WehaVC been many weeks prtparirg for this
event, and the Laces, Flouneings and Kinbroideries which we have ;usm n bled are the most fashionable vanities, in broad
assortments and at very decisive savings in price, as the list that follows will show:
Shadow Laces, 6 to is inrhea wide, in cream, white and ecru.
Regularly 16c to $1.35 Yd., st 10c to $1 Td.
l.ooo yards of Embroidered Voile and Batiste Flounelncs. all im
ported; embroidered in exruiai'e novelty effect.
Veniae Inre combined with Madeira embroidery.
French embroidery with lure (" tubination.
French embroidery on abeer wile.
Rsfularly $1.25 snd $1.60, at $1.50 Td.
Hand-loom Ruffled Baby Hounfeg. 27 in. wide, in dainty floral doalgns;
a few with VsMntJsnnea Ism ana! insertion.
Rv.i'arly $1.25, st 75c Tsrd
8?-in. Swing AU-Ovsr Embroi lery, in tins "IWiy" BBttoTBS) open eye
let dattgns, scroll effect and French syptet cofltbifMit ion.
E$fttUrly $l.'25 sn1 11.10, st 75c snd $1 Yd.
Rand-loom Cambric and Ifstnsook Edges, bea'iiifully made. $ to
8 Inches -ide; roitThle for chil Iren's 'n'saea and underwear.
R'ft-ulsrly 25c and 30c, st 16c snd 18c Yd.
Shs tow Allovor Laces, cream, ecru, white: IS to 46 inches wide.
Rerularly 76c to $1.76 Yd., st 60s to $1.36 Yd.
Flounelncj, in Valenciennes nnd shadow lacea, ! to 4.'1 inch wide.
Regularly 46c to $1.60 Ysrd, st 36c to $1 Yard
Normandy, Valenciennes snd Point de Paris in seta: Edges and
Insertion to match. 1 to 6 Inrhes wide.
Regularly 15c to 35c Ysrd, st 10c to 18c Ysrd
Linen Laces, machiiw-mude, 1 to 7 in. wide.
Rsfulsrly 16c to 35c Yard, st 10c to 26c Ysrd
Chiffon Cloth, our own importation, double width, in black, white.
street and eve ,inR hiHN.
Rogulsrly $1.35, st 75c Ysrd
Venlse Bandlnrs, 1 to 9 inche wide.
Regularly $1 to $2 Ysrd, st 75c to $1 Ysrd
TMe Gimbel Subway Store
The House of Fashions Announces
AN ABSOLUTE & DECISIVE CLEARANCE
In Which Is Involved the Entire Subway Store s Stock of
Women's Stylish Gowns, Dresses and Tailored Suits
Every one of thae 3765 Suits, Dresses, Afternoon and Evening Gowns now bears A
LOWERED PRICE In Fact They Are So Greatly Reduced that our conservative policy in
many cases forbids us quoting so large a difference between the THEN and NOW prices.
Early comeri may revel in a wonderful aortmeni in whiek tome eren better value will he found than the splendid romparitnnt
Stated below the taking of inrrntory revealed larger ttoekt than thould hare been and the Gimbel method of Store-Keeping
em Suds an Immediate readjustment and a hurried tucodue to make room for incoming orders.
$35 and $40 SUITS NOW $18.75
III StaWaV e'tae or Women and Mittn.
Tha remainder u( ull our b al a ilta In tlila aena'in's mo ld inclU'lwl
among which arc cynics of r: n . ,. Importd aiilta. This pries Is tha
lowest b' far rv.r quoted In t'c Subway Store for th-c klnia of aiilta
Newtst fabric, brat or workmana'ilii. line it iinniliiKa. distinctive Styles
$29.75 SUITS NOW $15
l'io suit Stti t for vr.ee 'i und Aflaaca.
Various fahrlca thai wore made A for lh bet'.rr sratte eulta, but the
malter rllacnnilnue'l the llnee, ao w, got th.ni at a very low price before
atock-taklng, au1 they are being aold the anmo way to make room.
$19.50 TO $25 SUITS NOW $12.75
ton Hutti Airea for H'orn sad .
All the new style eaacepttMM for tills i " n i emliorlltul In thla col
lection of amHrt-tull.irt-.l eulta Hume are Hnlnly tailored, othrra are
irmimea. some or itirae ei'ita are unci will HKinner a guarantied aalin.
$18.75 SUITS NOW $10.75
too : ...fa Hiett tor Women .mil .tftee'a.
Theae are all-woul nerx anltK In Ihe new Spring modela: black and blue
Only. Btinrt cout, line.) throughout with . ., t n .lv..i pi.au de eyerie xllk,
notch collar (like lllii-.triilli.nl. Theae aiilta were muile up In the .lull
season ami we olifa!t.e them for nearly half puce, which concaaitlop we
are all. twin .h...lntlv In Ihla unle
$16.50 SUITS NOW $7.50
The nrtveat Itylsj In all -Wool ISTgsa Some of theae models have tha
laiav aaiui ..inar una .aim on. itinera are atrlctly tailored tJka whte.i
button don khs front. While alao Included la an aaaortment gWectlvaly
to oo.-i i ri.i.n iriuiinina
v .'.'iiC.. glrea or Women onf Vflirt
A group of stylish aiilta In ..1! I liin.cs;niiis New Sprtntr modcla.
Ccata lined 1 1.-.. . . . i -situ peau tie cygne; notch collar, ehailea are blue,
gray, as well ... blaoR.
$12.75 TO $15 SUITS NOW $5
irlf Stdff. si '? or Womrtt and Iflaaea
One of the very reti aikabla vuluia of thla ihIh la thla group of . .-M-rit
aulta so heavily reduced All are llnui wli i Kiiarnnteed aatln Indulad
ara a number of I -' r . - n corduroy aulta e)hlOn are lined with Skinner's
aatln Horn. ISPUSS ami all-wool aergea and e'evtots. All Fall modela
A tarf additional force of eatetpwpte, and a great tit tncreaevd setting tpace on tin- Subway Store. Balcony, to Ineure prompt serrce and
i rn tvue rice) tn crtuoeirig
$30 TO $40 GOWNS NOW $15
700 Uraa.ee. Bilrt lor Women and .Vieara.
A lovely group of Hn aw a. A delayed onlcr reached ua a few days
prior to atock-taliliiit. They are maile up In the very latest fashion,
and not one of them Is worth Ins than ;I0. lisvees prettily draped over
satin uml chirr. m draped over messaiine. High girdle effects ot panne
velvet. Dainty ribbon or floral corsages. Yokes edged with Imported
trimming, etc. All the new ahailes are well represented. Twelve dis
tinct designs (four of which are Illustrated).
$25 DRESSES NOW $10.75
Hit frrere. KUn for Women and afiteee.
An aaaemhlaan of very pretty .ireaaea o( imtiondown-the-front medal a.
In uood -ii. -hi. .h.innetiae: turn-. town Itoheanlerrc collar, larga enffa. aide
aaah edged with hall trimming The prpea at which thaea dresses are te
be aula would at .nit cover the coat or material only.
$17.50 ROBES AT $7.50
47 7 Urtooeo. Hiteo tor Women und Ifleee.
Chlffvn Taffeta Dresses an I a few headed Itohes Tns aaw accordion
pleated rfrei t In ChSUsaels lafretna. Coplea of areSSSS worth 140 to ISO
I'hlfTune over meesallnse, frilled or ahlrred, and a few Crepe tie China
modela with hea led rrouta All the new ahndea
$9.50 SERGE DRESSES NOW $5
JJO rraea. Sttea fur Wo i and aflaere.
$2.50 GINGHAM DRESSES NOW $1
eat i, a. aj mem .. . .
-1 sMirmmrm nrm for n ntnrn una JVlif.
I'laln itnd chf kmI uliiKhrtms, buttun-.own-l-front mrvrJeU, with sailor
collar 'thr-s-tguuiie-r sleuvtM. tvliti largs cuffs. AU alios
February Sale of Brass Bedsteads
This Annual I. t ent in the Gimbel Sub
way Store is unrivaled in America for ex
ceptional under pricing and genuine values.
$22.50 Brsss Bedstead st $12.75
Colonial model, 2-in. posts and 2-in. top rod; 1-in. filler
rods with 2-ln. hunka on each. A (ino, impoaing lied. All
siaes, all (inixhes. l.-.ki. aatin and Ronun gold huavy
$16.76 Brsss Bed st $9.76
Colonial oasjan, 'J-in. (tosts, 14 fillers, all sises; bright
satin and velvet fimsti.
$12.76 Bungalow Beds, $9.76
Brass Beds with 1-in. square top roil .ml heavy filler.
Very effective looking bed, strongly built . All hiz-js; fin
ished in briifht satin.
$22.60 to $24.60 Brsss Beds, $15,75
2-in. Colonial posts, newest designs, 1-in. fillers, satin
or velvet finish.
$4 Wire Spring
built on utl heli
cals; strong and
durable; all ...
Pure feather pillows,
sanitary ami well made.
An omtorted variety of
Can be used an n double bed
or taken apart und used as
two Hiugle beds. Strong steel
frame. Msttretut uuiuded.
$9 Msttress, $4.96
Sanitary matt retut filled
with pure white cotton,
French rolled edea, at
tractive art ticking.
I Subway, Lower Floor
COOQu i ruplePl te N p
ki HI gs, 60c QtXrt
7.cOr-tes E ch OC
Thla ia a oi.ce-it-yt.ur a. tie. and tha last tlma
we h. i K every piece waa Jlapoaed of In ona
.la. S-.-i.c of thi-e are admtIea whteh we
have uri'lei to a i- i.l purchaaa from ona of
..or i.. : naaers, v. name stands for all
that la goo. I and Utpeitdabla In silverware.
$1 & $1.25 Values at 60c
Individual iVaaerolea. Ah Traya. Hair Ke
enly, .re, MiiMtaril iitr. Chlldrerra e'upa. Flower
Pots, Mutch Huldera. Ianie41na, Hairpin
$1.60 & $1.76 Values at 76c
Incliide.1 In tMla group are many of the
above lieina. u little mora elaborate, aa wall
ae riuoun Traya I'uslwra, Cuatard Cups, Ptckle
Jura. (ttia lug llu.-i Sugar Bowls. Card Ke
celvera and Milk lloldara.
$2.60 Values for $1.26
Moat of the above Itenia In thla group, hand
Somsr and still more elaborate. Including
Milk Jura, fruit How la. tltian Hoxea, Cream
Fltciiera. Cigar Jure, i 'ake Dlahea
$3 Values for $1.60
Ttlil yrpUR Oinirtlata. (if ' 'Ii m !ut Pots,
Saiitivsl. il kM. ex, IttiT) tVwla, Hfr Htelne, eU
$3.50 Values at $2.25
I tea ii l'ois, K' Tui'i l'ompot4. Flow
Vusr.r 'tit.jr J Olttsia I'ruil lio w)at, daiiokere'
Ht m, Tr., riugar Uuwl. CrHmlV and
Be eat Ca.,