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Tl ITUriWQ WORLD, THUIIDAT, 8SPTKMBIK 10, lt!4.
Parties WiM Be Represented
In Fight for Places on
tUste Hits of dealjrnaHons for
of the, Bupreme Court, of
thare are two Taeaaelaa In
ttan and the Braaxt City
Judft, of. which there are two
dea In the uim borougha, and
Municipal Cmrt Jadcafclp In the
d District, aa wall aa for aaem-
o the Demoeratta Mat Com-
.Mt In Manhattan and the Bronx,
ud pnMat to-4ay bey th
of Heetloeaa. '
vapreme Cowt Jostle dee!-
a ara aa follows:
Henry Duito and Bartow 8.
(Dam.), ranomlnaMona; Iatdora
il, John R. Davlea and
A. TU Campbatl (Rap,); Hath
Millar, John J. COennaH and
C. II ay era (Proa;.); S. John
and Nlcbolaa A. Allanlkoft
li Charlaa E. Mannlara and
X. Hlnaa (Prob.); P. Hanrr
ad Bartow 8. Waaka (In A.
VBnkmatloaa for City Court Jndaa
Vr Taaaaclaa, Manhattan and
BevrtfeM and CarroH war amatad on
tha roof at that number early to-day
aftar Dattctlre Herbert, who had eon
ctaled hlmaelf In tha flat, haard aoma
oae trying to farce tha door. They eld
thy . had f ana to tha room to aleap
and danted knowlnr anyth:atr of what
became of tlothlnc an4 iawalry vaiuad
at several huadrad dollars r ported
atolea from the flat
Aetara Aaaear In Break Tfcaatr
far Itcd Croaa.
An entertainment will be .riven to
morrow afternoon' In the open air
Greek Theatre In Mount Kleeo for
the benefit of the Ited Croaa,
Blanche Uutoa wilt appear In scenes
from "Madame Butterfly.' with a.
anpporUnr caet that will Include Wal
tar Hampden, "SmnKham Pinto, Ada
Lewla and Eugene Ormonde.
David Blapham will sin and Vir
ginia Ifarnad and William rvinMn.v
will net a akeUh.
Jack Devereaux, William J. Ketlcy
Bnd AtlrllatllB MMIll .ti oltl antw.....
In a playlet by Edward Peple. James
Montgomery Flan- will auction aeata.
MAMMA, DADDY AND CHILDREN ALL
LOVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS"
Harmless "fruit laxative"
cleanses stomach, liver
A delicious cure for constipation,
bllloutnns, i!ck headache, lour itomach,
Indigestion, coated tongue, lallowneaa
take "California Syrup of Figi." For
the cauas of all thia distress lie in a
torpid llrer and iluggWh boweli.
A tableipoonful to-night' meana all
constipation, poiion, waste matter, fer
menting food and sour bile gently movnl
out of your aystrm by morning without
griping, l'leaae don't think of "Cali
fornia Syrup of FiRi" in a physic.
Don't think you ara drugging yourself
or your children, because this delicious
frui laxative can not cauie injury,
Kven n delicate child can take it ns
safely os a robust man. It Is the mM
harmless, effective stomncli, liver and
bowel regulator and tonic ever devised.
Your only difficulty may be in getting
the genuine: so ask your druggist for a
50 cent bottle of "California Syrup ot
Fits." Say to your druggist, ''I want
only that made by the 'California Fig
Syrup Company.' " This city has many
counterfeit "fig syrups." so watch out.
IT MAKES UTTLB DtrrXRJWCB W1I1T XOD NEED a WOULD "WA.TT" TV1IA OO OKT IT
The GIMBEL Subway Store
mh lis ill T. Iwnch and Edward B.
:mk Fetra (Dea.), renomlnatloni;
ilMNI Paul Stryker and Baajamln
(Ran.); Michael Schaap and
R. BchMt (Proa;.): Richard T.
and Bdward B. La Fatra (lad.
,Daa4cnatlon for Municipal Court
Jm)a. Second Dlatrlot:
V 'v,'(nana 8. Lavlna (Dam. and Ind.
XiMMa): OuaUve lUrtmaa (Itap.)i
aVM OaMataan (Prof.); John Jaoob
I ;'nTin)i O'leary and Claranca Ed-
(utawt taanaar is. cmoer
i Eunat N. It. Da Touna
); William Bnrkla (Boo.); John
leroouaiy vterx. tuen
UTteasMa Boatwtok (Dam.);
W. .wwuera (itef.) wuiiam
ZmD: MA and WUllam
(Prefe); Cha4a) B.,Coyle (lad.
tawtMrtv-wM aandldatM for
tn Coaamlttaa la tha following
twenty-nine are nreeeert Tarn-
ny aaaamniy auamoia,
and the Bronx:
J. Farrell: X Thomaa T.
t, Matthew McBrlda and Pat
ihatnvan: 4. John T. Ah earn:
hard J. Dalanay; , Max Altman
paTM iAaarus; 7, rranx J.
; CMrutopnar u. ouiuvan;
' J. Doollng: 10. Cornallua
and Alexander I. Hahn; 11,
i. xcManua: u, Cbariea f.
ana) Jamea McOulre; IX, John
ryt It, Michael J. Cruise and
oCaulay; 15, Jamea J. Ilagan;
IT r. Boyie; u, Roaweii u.
ij It, John W. Coggay; 19,
e. uonarty, ixiuia Hturcka
ma J. Hlnea: W. WUllam N.
t SI. John H. O" Conn all and
11 akllr; S3, Michael Coagrove;
Ma. F. McAvor: 24. John J.
St, Oaorga W. Olvany and Rob-
namaon; sa, jamea J. rraw-
ueorga u. Doaeuan: si,
J Bayeat St. Montromarv
aaRaftnaJd E. Wlgham: .
u aa. nagia ana Hattnew h.
Ull tV Samuel Marx: If,
H. O'Neill and Danla Oulnn:
trlek J. Kane and Michael J.
aa, Artnur b. Murphy; IS,
W. McKnlgbt and EUaworth
Vm artfeld of No. 1H1 r.'rat ave-w'-aiaal
John W. Carroll of No. 1
tmmw ,traet are prlaonars at Police
.mssBvaariere aa auspicious peraoaa,
' mKn pouea are inveaugating two
'aWtea. of. Mra, a ara Mlttetman'a
S-g-W- Siut Fourteenth atreat.
ranted 10 Years
tor BMf Uua Ihliti
OTf our ctfuo
ate). a nw th rt term iwffcrt
porut. at n null Men. Krarf iini
i kaM vlbrrl and noncK brrak, rUft
I vatrb Ittl at and ! mrtng
wm iur mini or inn, Bl uit mnr.
, to Ijo like aoliJ sold
roar t f aruH Km LA -
lis will U toU IUi Uw dijilDrt uo-
atrtj. rtulaa h
walla ' tl 1'
laid fUlad. Watrli CTialai ou lli
1 JS.WmSl'a.l9i to
HUNT BT MAII, Fj)H BO CKNT.
D'm with aw UNI mI ni.lu
Kecie'aM "19 Years'
taosff will U
ran )m iMir
hau I J 00. or
detail. Ail ir.
ftfaeaUKM RUITUEU AT rACI'OKT rBICE8.
CHAKLES A. KEENE
Wa4aa. Dtaaaaaida, Jrmtrr.
Iraiiivaf. New Ywk
2nJmrfJ43rl Streets, "testorfitfA
The Furniture Department
TTAS a number of Odd Pieces left from the August Snle, including Bcd
8lad9; Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Toilet Tables, Dressing Tables, SideTables,
Desks, Chairs, etc., which wo will offer to-morrow, on the Sth and 6th Floors,
At Final Reductions of 96 to 50 Per Cent.
FOR THE CHAMBER
Pair Sheraton Mahogany
Twin Bedsteads, . . at $45.00
Mahogany 4-Post Bedstead, 27.00
Mahogany Panel Bedstead, 85.00
Walnut Cane Panel Bedstead, 58.00
French Gray Chiffoniers,
at $29.60 and 45.00
Formerly $42.00 and 75.00
Mahogany Bureaus, $23.50, 48.00
Formerly $30.00 and 60.00
at $19.00 and 85.00
Formerly $26.50 and 48.00
FOR THE LIVING ROOM
Fumed Oak Chairs and Rockers,
at $4.75, 12.50 and 15.00
Formerly $7.00, 17.50 and 20.00
Mahogany Chairs and Rockers,
at $12.75 and 16.75
Formerly $18.50 and 21.00
Mahogany Settees and Davenports,
at $16.50 and 38.50
Formerly $25,00 and 70.00
FOR THE DINING ROOM
at $30.00, 50.00 and 75.00
Formerly $48.00, 70.00 and 110.00
at $30.00, 38.00, '50.00 and 65.00
Formerly $45.00, 70.00, 70.00 and 130.00
We are preparing for Monday, Sept. 14th, a highly interesting sale of
Oriental Rugs and Carpets
JOMPRISING our new Fall importations, which include every
able weave, size and coloring, at very inviting prices.
Details will appear in the newspapers on Sunday, September 13th.
The Hattaa of the Famaua
Henry F. Miller &mUgOnUrOBM
WITH RECORDS Here for You
The New Simpson-Crawford Victor
Department is ready on the 4th floor.
Ready in equipment ready in com
fort and ready with a service of remarkably
low terms so that any one may buy any
Victrola with records of their own selentinn.
Here are the Simpson-Crawford terms:
Down brings a $15 Victrola to your
home with $9 in Victor records of your
own selection Total value $24.
50c a week pays the balance.
$2 down A $25 Victrola and $0 in records (your selection).
Total price $3480 cents a week.
$3 down A $40 Victrola and $0 in records (your selection).
Total price $40 $1 a week.
$4 down A $50 Victrola and $0 in records (your selection).
Total price $50 $1 a week.
$5 down A $75 Victrola and $10 in records (your selection).
Total price $85 $1.50 a week.
$5 down A $100 Victrola and $10 in records (your selection).
Total price $110 $5 a mouth.
$7.50 down A $150 Victrola and $10 in records (your selection).
Total price $100 $7.50 a month.
$10 down A $200 Victrola and $25 in records (your selection).
Total price $225 $10 a month.
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-easily and.pleasantly. 0ak a Mafceaaa,)
n'Crmttmfd Stor; VMrmlm Dapvtmtnt, Fmurth Floor
Tomorrow Begins Another GIMBEL Tailoring Event!
Men's Suits Made-to-Measure
Of $30, $32 and $35 Qualities
Friday, September 11th
Saturday, September 120
Monday, September 14th
Tuesday, September 16th
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Wednesday, September UUh
Thursday, September 17th
Friday, September 18th
Saturday, September 10 th
Faultlessly Made to Fit Any Figure
Our experience has taught us that New York
men and their suburban brothers appreciate clothes
that possess individuality. For this reason, twice
a year, we give them the opportunity to secure custom-made
suits at the price of ready-to-wear ear-
MjSUtjVAA ments $18,50 18 certam'y a Price within the reach
IBBX- ever7 XDSXi havin8 a natural inclination to be well
1 M VtjfMVMI
The Cleverest Tailoring Talent
will devote itself for the next 8-days to making suits
according to the dictates of skill and experience, and
special attention will be given to customers by an
increased corps of salesmen and tailors.
Consider These Strong Features:
S tyfos absolutely correct, and representing the highest type In single or double
Breasted sack suits.
Fabrics newest and choicest materials of standard quality, In medium or heavy weight
Ruicy blue and black fabrics, pin stripes, fine worsteds, cheviots, club checks, tartan
plaids, blue serge, and many rich mixtures.
Patterns this season's creations, in ultra-fashionable or conservative designs.
Colorings gay, modest, subdued and grave: plain and mixtures.
Fit as exact as expert measuring can make it, no matter what the peculiarities of a man's build.
1 Vorh ma nnhip master-tailors who know every secret and detail that will idd character to a man's apparel
give their personal attention to each suit.
Every Suit Will Bear Testimony to GIMBEL Tailoring Ingenuity
After Saturday, September 19th, we cannot accept
further orders at this price. It is advisable to place orders
without delay. Delivery will be two weeks from date of order.
An additional charge of 10 is made on sizes 44 stout or over.
Sale in the Men's Clothing Section, Subway Balcony, 33d Street Side.
One floor below the Mam Floor.
Many New Offerings Tomorrow in the September
Fair of China, Crystals, Housewares and Lamps
Special Sale of
Basques at $2.95
Very Graceful Blouses
The collection is large and varied enough
to provide a Basque for every woman's fancy.
Basques of Roman - striped taffeta, with
flaring organdie collar, long sleeves and sash.
Basques of Satin, in white, black, navy and
brown; long sleeves.
At 75c, Reg. $1.
GIMBEL Special, made
by a leading manufacturer.
In plain and fancy coutil,
low and medium bust; pret
tily trimmed at top. Sizes
18 and .0.
At 85c, Reg. $1.50.
C. B. Corsets of coutil,
boneless hip; medium bust.
Sizes 18 to HQ.
Dc Dci'oisc Brassieres,
86c, Reg. 50c to 75c.
Samples, slightly soiled
from handling; crossing in
back or hooking in front;
32 to 48. Subway Balcony.
Everything the Children Need for School Is Here!
.liiris' $i.5Q Dresses, $1
Pretty Sample Dresses
in me Latest style
AboutSOO in the collection.
There are many models with
three-ouarter lentrth k1ppvav
tunic, and some m the new
basque effects. The mater
ials are all serviceable, such
as ginghams, galateas, per
cales and reps. Size 6 to 14
Juniors' $1 Dresses, 50c
With round or square neck, open front
and plain skirt. Sizes 18 to 17.
$3.95 Serge Dresses, $2.95
Regulation and Russian styles; In
navy, red and brown. Sizes 6 to 14.
Boys' $4 and $4.50
Norfolk Suits, $3
Two Pairs ot Knickerbockers
Smart-looking suits, well made
throughout. Newest Norfolk mod
els, with sewed-ori belts and patch
pockets; reinforced teams; some
of the trousers are lined. Good
shades of gray and brown; also
pencil stripes. Sizes 6 to 17.
Boys' $5 and $6.50
With Two Pairs of Trousers
Well-tailored, 6ewcd-on belts
and patch pockets. Blue and ian
mixtures. Sizes 7 to 18.
at 12c Pair
Excellent ouallty cotton stockings,
made with double knees, heels and
and toes; medium weight; black
only. Sizes 6 to
Sweaters, $1.60, $2,
$2.76 and $3.60.
With collar or V neck and pockets:
In navy, Oxford, maroon, tan and
white. Subway Balcony
Plain white and with neat colored
Handkerchiefs, 6 for 30c
Many styles; whit and colored
tetters. bud way aa easy
Right Kind of Bova' & GirlR
onoes, vl.ov ana $1.95 Pair
Well-Made, Sturdy GIMBEL Shoes
Tha Bova' Shoa nro nf
w ' w vwiiuniut 4 WlULUU
styles, made on a cood fitting Inst uAth anitH innthn
Sizes 9 to 18 at $1.50 pair
Sizes 1 to 614 at $1.95 vair
The Girls Ehoes are of gun-metal, in
ouuon styie, witn broad
toes and low heels.
Sizes 8)4 to 11 at
and to 6
j a), nm -
. Of f i.vo por iA
Subway Itora, Baloaay
Boys' $1.50 Felt
All new styles including
TedHv. Tvrnloo PoU-ToU
Telescopes, in blue, brown,
. .i ii
may auu umer coiors.
Boys' $1 Hats at 50o
lVrolese, Teddy. Tele
scopes, Rah-Rah and others.
Subway B a. cony
Umbrellas. 50c to $1
strongly made; large assort-
American taffeta, 76o.
Union taffeta at fl.
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