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Teresa Carreno '
Soloist at First
THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1913.
HkHngui&hed Pianist Is
s Heard in Tachaikow-
skjf a Concerto -Orchestra
Brilliant in Berlioz's
' I (UJS Philharmonic Society beicin'.ts
Sernty-B;oinl last nocV.
Sth m. r.fir- r! mt rVirnpirl Hall
attracts a HrK snl appreciative
ca. joarf transky, tho eondoc
tar, mad a new alignment of his force"
by spreading his eiRlit 1oui1 Kisses
ha Kvlt of tli" stride and hv
placing Ma troi h ties to tho nfilit, ha
tha first VlOlIni, Tli aft tCt was
eettsaofory HIS 'ii"n nerc In fin f' t
Oe. Thy nave to th.i lierllio! overture
Lar" an4 to fie BaTIMM 'Tan-
aatique" ayn phony, brilliantly played.
jt la the TV haUowsky "March
sW an SSPOSltlOn that always was
pmtotworthy fend sometimes wai In-
Teresa CarreflO "as ht ''1st In
fTaohalkow-,k.v's familiar Pint piano inn
ItsrSa, Thla renowned pianist, who has
Via been heard hern f"r loma lima,
knore than sustained he- reputation,
fche piayei with mi, sftlllsii v, and
Vlth such BoWer, and wi:i inch cow
Arftens.on, that sue deeofYed fully the
aU a doze.i recalls that the r it
tiaon Ronr.ay, lariated by Ma-irleo
!sfsre at the piano, iav a recital of
French son ft at Atollitn Hall jraatarday
afternoon thai plMMd a I Ttt ' 1
friandy andlence, Hli profremma eonv
prlaed SOWN b'dli ancient and modem
from Pandits and Oretry to Xtsssenet
and Dasussy Ha flnlahad with an Km
lish group illustrating Purctll, Qraham
rPl and Itlckli ..
Marl"! Hnrrltey itralto, with Hirry
ati Gilbert it the piano, cjw a recital
at Aeolian Hall laal n I .t Her sonars
were In Hal, an. l-'iem-h. tlermin aiid
Kngl.sh. !i was full confidence, her
nlce was fle.is.riK ai d sne showed no
WOMAN'S $5W0N $8,250.
aire. C'latm llni-Us 'Inn Long
svhuts at KiikIIsIi liners.
LONDON, Oct. IL Mrs. Clayton, wife
of Major I'lay.on, who has the reputa
tion of being one of the handsome!
women in English mcety. invested
on Klayama, a tank OUtalder, Which
won the i'e-areit h at H to I.
She plaoed her Wlnnlllfl on anotner
outsider. Cantilever, for the Catnbyid :
hire, and Cent I ver romped Bonis, II.
atartins price was BJ to I, o Mrs. Clay.
J ton pocketed ll,M (Vi'iO).
MAY DE SOUS A WILL SUE.
Aelress to Seek lllvoree I rum rw
York llrok.T for ViHi-tuiitmrt.
PITTSBURGH, Oct, B. M ly nv So.iss,
who Is appearing hero with I'e W If I
Hopper In "Mies Caprice,'' Bald lO'day
that ehe will SPPl) for .1 divorce from
K. Artho. Ilal'ies, A New Vrk broke',
when slio arrival at Chicago her homo
city, next week.
The actress accusal her hu" and of
! not having contributed to bar auppori
Since their marrtase In Havoratruw,
,N. v., on Apr!! -t. I lift
In Our New Store
12 Park Place
Wf nit' !iniio; a ctnii
plMo line of nir wonder
fully coiitfurtAblo .hoi's
for men uiid wotnon,
If you v.iint real foot
roiiifort allow one of our
expert lalcsiiieii to tliow
y)ll the exuct stylo In st
.suited to , iiii' fi''t.
You will then know why
Wt cull thin t Ik
Easiest Shoe on Eerlh
All stylos. $5.00 to $6.00
Woolworlb III. In. . IJ I'ark I'lsee
111. HroaoiiHv. ear. atlth street
The relish for everybody.
'Appetizing, savory, healthful.
Vfkl Grocers and Delicatessen SI ore. 10c
jMido by E. Prilchard. 331 Sprint St.. N. V.
tn seat ee reea artlrlea -Jietllld
la The ITarld will he
fiiad at The World s lafonna
eB Bureau, fullurr Uullltlsg
Zeaade. I'ark Itowi World's
Vwtewa Office, nri Invest roe
v nui sii, sou sroanweri
arld's llartetn orrien. 1Kb
eat. ISSih ft., and It arld's
lusn iririev. :a fissuina"
.. Bruokl.e. tor so aan
tee eriatuu sr use
Me Estra ibars lor It
stj tor it. i os 'Wi !
lininat siatosoisr uutus is us
G I M B E L S
Store Opens at 8:30 and Closes at 6 P. M.
The New Banking Law
May have a far-reachinc effect on finan
eial affairs, but not greater, in proportion,
than this uncommon offering of
Men's Fall and Winter
wwbskvm MIMVk VV14JVU I i
will have on the pockets of men who like
U ...11 J I L...S ..a .L-. I i lt.1. Ill
kv ut; wtHi urvoaarui uul ui nit ifasi possiuie
GIMBEL $22 to $30
prevail in both Suits and Overcoats in
every detail of cloth, cut and workmanship.
The crude, tho clumsy, the garish are
omitted in fact, you never can find clothes of that calibre at GIMBEL
ANY price. Here are the specifications:
Plain liluos, browns, grays and
bttrka, in smooth and rouKh tox-tiirt-s.
Tin s. ripen, chalk Mtripoi, mix
tures -win variety.
Coats with so't mliins lapels
jome with patch pockets: also rnn
ervstivs modtls, Trousen in
nioiljuin or narrow wi'itha. with
iilai.i or cuff bottoms. Medium or
nig'i cut waist COS IS.
Throp-tjuartrr rtiRth Chpstor
field, fully lined with SkinnerV satiri
in plain black Of Oxford or I'ain-
bri(iK' irray -ths latter buttoning
DoubltbrSSStsd t'lsteri inrhin
rhilla and other Winter fabrun;
.shawl or notch collars.
A icroup of Overcoats in various
smttt styles, though not many of
Tor the man who does not want
to jump immediately into Winter
Raglan or plain shoulder styles,
in o . i' filtiiiK model, also slightly
form fitting, with belted or plum
buck In ytnkinly stylish fabrics,
Thrse luarter length Chesterfield
Overcoats in black or Oxford gray,
tully lined with oisrveiUeus nlk,
cloth or -ilk fsdngSi
Every izo from ;M to 4S chest in each uroup, in rcRuiar, stout, short ami Ion? proport ions.
Above Criticism These Shirts at $1.50
Plenty of "pep" in the patterns of these new Shirts at this favorite price.
Clear-cut, crisp stripes, in black and colors, on fine white percale grounds. Stiff
cuffs and plaited bosoms 6hirts that are as timely as election arguments - and much
more satisfactory. All sizes, and more than a dozen designs.
Take a Look at the New Neckties
One Urge enthusiastic delegation is marked 60c, way above the average in the
character of the patterns and the richness of the silk- -though we consider the Scarfs our usual
Another group at $1 in immensely stylish new effects, of which there is a great variety.
Men's Cape Gloves Irregular at $1 Pair
Don't think for a minute that there are "plenty more where these came from." Such (iloves
as these at $1 a pair are a "stunt" on the pari of both makers and us. Neither of us goes into
them as a (1. R. .. scheme.
Fall weight, soft leather, proper shades of tan fine ! ( let a pair maybe t wo. Main floor
HATS OFF! To This Fine
NEW $3, $4 & $5
The maker of these fine Derbies
(one of the best in America; had ton
critical an eye - was over particular
when he observed these Hats just
because they didn't come up to the
standard of lightness he insisted
upon classing them as scconJs.
We doubt very much whether any
of our most critical customers could
tell the difference- anil as a matter
of fact too lij!ht a hat is often a source of much annoyance
m the DlUSlrry weatner.
There are 1,000 black Derby Hats in ten of the latest
models. Included in the assortment are a number of hats
with self-conforming bands pliable and comfortable.
Even those men who don't absolutely require a new hat
tomorrow can afford to anticipate an accident ami have a
new hat in readiness at such a low price as this occasion offers
All Sizes and Styles for All Men, Young
and Old, $3, $4 and $5 Derbies at $1.95
In Blouse and
Also a licit variety f the
weaves ami colors now in the
tip of fashion. Plenty of
blacks. Diffii ult to find a
single favorite - ill. not repre
sented in the gathering by
practical lengths for blouse
or drees. Included are superb
two toned, also gold and
silver brocades, from the fin
est looms in France, Prices
45c to $5.60 Yard
Were 85c to $20
Chrysanthsraumi at &c, toe ami
Carnation. , 2" and 3c iwh.
Ho"", to and 2c pach.
A splendid assortment of Hoi se
Plants of most vsrletiss at the very
lowest prices, Subway Balcony
Nine Styles of Men's
Very Good Shoes at $5
It is a distinct merit of these Shoes that they come to us from a maker who has
one of the largest plants in America for making men's line shoes. For its mere size
emphasizes the fact that they are so good that they require unusual facilities for
V turning out enough ol them to meet the demand.
I vl Seven of the nine styles are made on a last ihat is neither
J Jtt extreme nor old fogy but just right. The other two are built
s) on lines designed mure for comfort than speed - room v toes,
a'X heavy soles, Hlucher lace.
Patent eoltskin, i Id kid. tan Russia,
..sa- gun-metal calf. And usually button and
BfrtW " lace stvles in each.
For .Shoe alue of $6 wo can't find
the equal of these. Second Floor
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n 1 'in vbjsvvi a m i w r-. m
Tomorrow Fashion-Economy Day
Of the Season At GIMBELS
An Annual Event for which we have been preparing for several weeks by having
Paris Models reproduced to sell at Minimum Prices (when the tailors and dress
makers were not busy) and by searching the Market for Manufacturers' Surpluses
that were worthy of presentation at this, the louse of Fashions.
A it u
$12.50 S26 $26 j jir JJ
250 Young Women's Fur-Trimmed Suits at $25
Six Stunning Styles in velour de Laitte, Broadcloth and Poplin In mahng my, Hague blue, plum, taupe, navy blue and black
Young Women's Boucle Utility Coats, $20 Evening Frocks of Chiffon and Silk, $16 and $20
150 Junior Girls' Tailored Suits at $18.50
Junior Girls' Chinchilla and Plaid Coats, $15 Serge Dresses, $10, $12.60 and $15 Third Floor
175 Young Girls' Coats at $12.50
Smart Corduroy Coate, $9.76 to $28.60 Chiffon Party Frocks, $8.75 to $35
Serge Dresses, $6.76 to $10 Lingerie Dresses, $2.76 to $25
Sizes 8 to U years. Fourth Flocr
Women's Coats at $15, $19.50 and $22.50
Are Lowered to the Level of the
January Tariff on Woolens
Six Mo ids in Howie and Chinchilla; tOMti trimmed with plush, at SIS
fiitiit Models in lip me, Bouclt, Chinchilla and Broadcloth, at $19.50
hour Siyles in DonbU-jOCti Wanteds, Ural Cloth and Boncie, at $22.50
Many of these Coats are in the smart three-quarters length, others are full
length. Every coat is lined throughout with either silk or satin.
Black Charmeuse Afternoon Wraps -Beautiful Lines, $29.50
Black Plush Coats in the New Fish-Tail Model, $25.
Fur-Trimmed Black Velour Wraps, $45 and $47.60
With collar and cuffs of skunk-opossum, $47.60; mole coney, $46.
300 Women's $6.75 to $9.75
Skirts at $5
TroUeUt styles in English Corduroy
Draped Skirls of Hack velveteen
One-ptece Envelopi Skirts of Scotch plaid worsted, black-and-white
striped eponge, Hack-a.:d-uhite honeycomt twrsled. thini now
GIMBELS Announce Another Great Business Surprise
In the SUUWAY STORE
The Stock of Women's and Misses'
COATS, SUITS and DRESSES
Bought from Harry Wadler, 19 to 27 West 21st Street, New York
The Prices in This GIMBEL SALE Average LESS THAN 50c ON EVERY DOLLAR
It was a forced sacrifice on Mr. Wadler's part owing to the tact that he is compelled to Bail for Europe on
the "Imperator" tomorrow morning and by the fact that he had to arrange his workrooms and offices before
he leaves- -so this
VAST STOCK of BEAUTIFUL SUITS, COATS & DRESSES -Newest Styles
comes to GIMBEL8 ouite the finest value we can rentetnber ever having purchaeedi A vau sum of ready money was in
volved, but this meant nothing to us when it embled us to offer so early in the stason siii h really wonderful values.
it is a well-known fact that Harry Wadler made no garments to retail less than $15 and these were very plain and
simple while the majority of his output ivtailfO from $.'15 to $7o.
(If . ,u:,se this announcement will bring thousands of women to GIMBELS tomorrow -we have made ample prepara
tion to accommodate all comers -choosing will be simplified, every thinu will he sorted for convenient selection -the display
will be a larg.. one, occupying the best part of the Subway Store, Balcony.
Women's and Misses'
In vary mzti from 1 1 1 4 1. in every kiivi ol nsw
and wanUvJ fabrii'a. Mixtures, cheviot chm
chillna. blsnkst cloths, zibeliiiw, honMoum and
piushen, boudst and other NsbfiflS w.'. i fur trim
mings at tho higher prices. Ptlttl rJMf-1 01 foUottt:
$15 CoatS 4 different styles. $6.95
$18.75 Coats lOdifftrent Uvlts,
$25 CoatS 10difjerenlslyles 2.50
$35 to $40 CoatS 20 different styles
Sale commences promptly at 8.30
Women's and Misses'
A wo:i ierfui soils ti n ol nsw an i dainty gown
for every occasion; full ran- of sue fro.n U to
44. Sergea, Itelfor i Cord, prettily trbnnwJ or
simpler in dSSjgtBl at the lowjr prioss dfOSSSl of
tho same fabric of th bsttSf frsdt, many trim
med with silk, lace button an I a wonderful as
sortment of lovely frfc'k in CrSDSS, Chiffons,
NeU, some trimmed with iwewdown, other with
touches of fur ani Rponsvs lac .
$10 Dresses M Uylts $4.95
$12.50 Dresses 10 styles $5.75
$25 to $40 Dresses 20 styles
Women's and Misses'
Full ratine of siSM frj:n 1 1 t.) 41 at the lower
pncs thtwo Suit ar ) all strictly tsilorxj models,
wonderful variety oi new fabrics -there are only
7i Suit at $42.60, thsvlots, wres and inituie,
trifltrnsd or tailoiel raissss1 sisi only some of
the.; are inr irimm'J -At tho higher price there
arc Suit of velvet broadcloths, velour d laine, all
copies of imported models fur trimnisd, fancy
trimmed or :lain.
$15 Suits 6tlyln $7.95
$25 Suits n styles $12.50
$37.50 Suits style onlv $18.75
$50 to $75 Suits $23.75
in the Subway Store. Extra space and large staff of salespeople