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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, I91T.
mm Baiita rinna Klllrrt In . ( hlmaeri bat It Wae Pas. ,,Cy" Hultr. br oke I ho mid news to lit tle boys of Monttcrllo, N. Y.. that he had Just killed Santa Claua. but their arrow vanlahed when ba explained "Santa" wtta a (ML J'Cy" had been trailing a mysterious "varmint" to a deserted hut for some Ume. It waa very black. Finally ho tra pimt It In the .-hlmnev and discov ered tuat It was a fox n red fox that had bacomo as black aa the ace of epadea through living In thn sooty chimney. NG WORLD WOMAN AND CHILD FOUND HELPLESS IN BURN ING HOME Carried to Roof by Policeman, Who Had Rescued All the Others. Mrs. Catena Ollla and her two-year-oil daughter Rose came near losing their Uvea at 1 o'clock this mornlni? In a fire that drove the occupants of the four-story brick tenement at No. 719 Seventh avenue to the roof. Henrv Nebar has a grocery store on tha ground floor of the building and one family UVti on each of the other floors. Tho firs started In tha rear of the grocery an 1 was mailing good head way when Poll -enian Cleary of the nets Vesi Twentieth street station found It. By tho time an alarm had been sent In an 1 several other policemen had coma tha lUmcs had cut off escape by the atatrs. C'.eiry and two others wero trying to get up the steps when Police fnan McOlnty of the Weat Thirtieth street station, on "peg" post at Twenty seventh atreet and Seventh avenue, went up through No. 277 and reached the roof of the burning house. lid ent down the scuttle and piloted the panlo-strtcken women and children to the roof. An olJ man, barely able to atand from the effecta of the smoke, told him a woman and child were fcomewhero below. McOlnty, r-ho weighs 2'J) pounds went Pg Ilk down the perpendicular Iron lad der a I found Mrs. Cilia and her daugh ter unconscious at Its foot. He took the child under one art nnd with ths gsslstanoa t'f IWO other policemen lifted the worn. in to the roof, where she was finally revived. She said In l.er fright MU- started down stairs and when she discovered she could not get out that way w is overcome by the smoke and haat. Her husband worl: : at night. 2fcIahbofl carol for her ar the child. T!ie fl'e was put nut after It had dor - d irn ige of J1.000. Ueea Wot "Game" Von Mar llnnt Thtsn Without a License. Counsel for the State Conservation Commission has ruled that bees are not "game" within the meaning of the law, and may be hunted without a license. The learned lawyer warna Inquirers, however, that they may get 'stung" If they cut down "bee trees" on the I property of a neighbor without his por 1 mission. o Wonder Itnsi Wsi Mailt Hail Snsllnnril a Hatpin. Nip, a bullpup belonging to tho Per sons lumber plant In Montclalr, was be lieved to be developing rabies, and a doctor was called. "Ouch, It's a pin cushion!" exclaimed tho doctor as he picked up the dog. An examination ahowed a sharp point protruding from Nip's hldo near the neck. When pulled out It proved to be a twelvo-lnch hatpin the dog had swal lowedand Nip Is only sixteen Inches lung himself. "Honk!" Was firrek to Bossy, So Mie Held Her Ground. "Honk, honk!" went an auto horn In the road between Rlvcrhead and Laurel as Ray S. Tanning sped toward his train. "Moo, moo-o!" replied a neighbor's cow, as sho shook her head defiantly. The auto hit bossy and killed her In stantly, but waa so hadly wrecked Fan ning had to walk to tho railroad sta tion. lloailsg Plgreons fifllrlnlly De- The Tieasury Department has ruled I that carrier pigeons brought Into the , United States from Canada are "poul try" and liable for a duty of 5 cents a pound, even If they do fly back to Canada Tho only way fur tho pigeons to avoid becoming poultry Is for thrtr i owners to furnish a six months bond. IIimIucr tnliii lain Ity llrarse. In Jump'nt clear of a trolley ear and an automobile I r. Charles 11. Twltchell tended in front of a heatse, which ran mcr l.lm and killed him Instantly on ' erosalnt at Eighth avenuo and Jorty-thlrd street yesterday afternoon. His homi groi In Syracuse, but he had Worked a; his profession for several jc.irtf at No. ta West Forty-second atreet. Vou can t mane a beucr investment if you require glasses than to purchase Harris Glasses. Poor judgment in other investments only involves the loss of the purchase price. Upon your glasses depends both your comfort and the security of your eyesight. The double services of Oculists (registered physi cians) and expert Opticians give double security to Harris Glasses, whether the cost be o no. t Voo or SS.oo. Oculist and CUciana 84 East 23rd St., near Fourth Ave. 97 W..aUikCl K.i r., i. .!.:, u i b. ,IlDlv,MIUI.UC,lUUlhllUUIAICft I 64 West 126th St,, near Lenox Ave. 442 Oolumhus Ave., 81s t and 8'Jnd Sta. 76 Nassau St., near John St. 1009 Broadway, near Willo'by, Bklyn 4cU Fulton St., opp. A. & S. , Bklyn 697 Broad St . near Hahne'a. Newark Extra Valnps in - Men's Furnishings m Ihrouqh close relation with several of the foremost makers of furnishing goods in America, we are able to offer ou customers these specials, underprice. Kassan Cape Gloves, ftfj Sold All Over at $1.50, 1 These are genuine Kassan Cape Skin Gloves, in the correct tan shades, made with spear backi Strongly sewn, and cut to fit. Ask any friend in the glove business vhat a genuine Kassan Cape Glove retails for, or go to any rel able store in New York and see if you can get a .cnuinc Kassan Cape Skin Spear Back Glove under $1.50. Pajamas, of $3, $4, and do i X $5 Qualitv. Soecial . . ZAD m a - - w In all sizes. Made with double silk frogs, cut full and roomy. Materials are sill; and linen, sateen, crepe and imported madras. Luxurious sleeping garments bound to cuie the worst case of insomnia. r- It C Ml tr ... 1 m Fft rure ailk Minted en Scarfs, $2.50 Values I U Qj u i . ... i , T 77 Heavy real silk knit scarfs, not tubular but made with French seam. Included are the new hobble or accordion pleat effects, in every color combination approved by good taste. Qualities never less than $2.50; Special $1.50 each. L. fc. 1UKL1JMG10N, Vice-president 265 Broadway 841 Broadway 119 W. 42nd St. I 125th Street Near Chambers St. Cot. 13th Street Near Broadway Near 3d Aranus Harlem and 42d Street Stores Open Evenings me. acua i l GIMBEL.S The Holiday Book Store Offers Its Services to All Book Lovers For the expeditious and satisfactory choosing of their Christmas Hooks. Its well arranged stocks contain all the new Gift Books of the season grouped according to subiect; and with a par ticularly fine collection of Books for Children. Fourth Floor A Happy Purchase of Fitted Dressing Cases Chances are that the brief survey of your Christmas gift list will disclose several people who will be more than pleased with one of these compact and handsome Dressing Cnses for their traveling bag or suit case. 500 of them, which we secured from an importer after his orders were filled, to sell at savings of one-third to one-half. There are Men's and W omen's Cases of German and English make, in seal grain, hide and pigskin, fitted with the necessary brushes, combs, miirors, bottles, etc., in various combinations of 6 to 14 pieces. 91, for $1.60 and 92 Dressing Cases. 91.60, for 92.26 and 93 Dressing Cases. 92.60, for 93.76 and $5 Dressing Cases. 96, for 97.60 and 910 Dressing Cases. Also these ot her attractive Leather Goods of our own importa. tion that will make acceptable gifts and are especially low-priced All at $1 Each $2 Wicker Sewing Baskets, fitted. $1.60 Long-grain Morocco Stick Pin Cases. $1.60 set of three Coat Hangers in Leather case. $1.60 Jewel Boxes, w ith separate tray ll.faO Hat Crush Sot in leather case. 1, 60 Memo Block At l'encil Holder $1.60 Wicker Waste Paper Buskets. $1.60 Long-grain Morocco 1'i.oto Frames, Imp r:al size. $2 Uuurante!d Vacuum Bottles, pint size. Main Floor Dress Goods in Lengths 55c Yard, for $1 to $1.65 Qualities 95c Yard, for $1.75 to $3 Qualities The proof ot a Dress Goods Stock is in its remnants. fl he bet ter it is, the better they will be. W omen have by this time be come sufficiently lamdiar with this superb Gimbel collection of Dress Fabrics to know that such a clean-up as this of short lengths of the season's labrics possesses many very special advantages. The range of weaves and colorings is large, and contains many fine materials for women's coats, separate skirts and whole tail ored suits. Lengths range trom lJ2 to t yards and include: Tailored Suitings Worsteds Striped Suitings Serges Checked Suitings Diagonals Cloakings Poplins Broadcloth Silk-and-wool Fabrics and many other labrics, in all the Fall colorings and black. Widths range from 42 to 56 inches. Tomorrow all at 66c and 96c a yard. Second Floor Thinking People Demand Pure Foods GIMBEL PURE CANDIES ARE HEALTHFUL FOODS Qimbel Candies DO contain sugar, cream, fruits and nuts. Gimbel Confections do NOT contain glucose, saccharin, arsenic, glue, varnish or any other cheapening agents that are often found in confections not subjected to chemical anal sis. This clipping from the New York American is interesting in this connection we reprint in part: Mr. Rutledge Rutherford, food expert, estimates that 260,000 children were killed last year from eating chemically tieuted matter. "Sugar is a carbohydrate and essential in furnishing bodily energy. If candles and other sweats were made from pure sugars and fruits they would furnish ideal food for the growing, active child, but when he cries for these bodily needs, what do we give him? Saccharin, arsenic, glue and var ish." Dr Wiley's crusades against impure foods bear out the truth of these statements. One surely wants pure candies for Thanksgiving. Perhaps something in this brief list. We have many other kinds: Purity Chocolates, lb 25c I Assorted Caramels, lb 40c Victory Chocolates, lb 40c I Walnut Pillows, lb 30c Sweetheart Chocolates, lb.60c I Clear Fruit Rock, lb 26c "Chicken Bones," lb 30c I English Walnut Tat fies,lb.30c Honey Puffs, lb 30c Subway Store, Balcony INLAID LINOLEUMS In a Remarkable Display These inlaid Linoleums, in which the patterns run clear through to the back, will give splendid service where hard use is required and will keep their good looks until they are actually worn through. We have devoted a special section of our Floor-Covering Store to one of the finest displays of Inlaid Linoleum that has ever been made. It includes the best products of American, English and German makers, and many of the most desirable patterns, which we bought before the recent upturn in the market, remain on the old price basis. There are tile designs, geometrical and parquetry flooring pat terns, appropriate for kitchen, dining-ioom, library, halls, bath rooms, or offices. We also show plain Linoleums and ( 'oi k Car pets in a variety of colors. Wc will measure offices, showrooms, restaurants and other public places for linoleums on request, and submit estimates. Tomorrow, we shall make an interesting special offering of 3000 Yards of Inlaid Linoleum, in Parquetry Flooring Designs, at 75c Sq. Yd., Regularly $1.35 Sixth Floor 1,000 Men's Fine SHIRTS at 95c Main Floor Of Our Regular $1.50, $2, $2.50, and Even Better Qualities But that doesn't mean Shirts for u thousand men by a Rood deal; because men who come for these will buy them at the rate of five or six at a clip, as soon as they find out how good they are. Mostly made of imported materials, which means quality and designs never lound in low-priced Shirts. Chiefly plaited bosoms, but some negligees in the lot. all in coat style, with cuff's attached. Alsi some Flannel shirts, with neckbands of collars attached. All mtttl suffer this reduction, because they are broken assortments that Wi wish to be rid of. All sizes from 1 1 to 1? will be found in one style or another. Tomorrow at 95c each. Men's PAJAMAS at 95c a Suit These are pajamas that you will agree are most excellent for t heir price. Made in splendid fashion, plain white, tan, mn and blue madras: neatlv trimmed, with pearl buttons and frogs. Made especially for us by a n anuf; t luo r who took spe cial pains with the order, to make us permanent customers. About fiOO Suits in the lot to which we have added about 120 Suits that were formerly $1.60, $2 and $2.50 in our regular stock an incentive for men to come eariy. Mesh Bags of Many Kinds Knowing well that every woman would glad ly possess a Mesh Bag, if she could, and by way of making it easy for people who want to give Christ mas presents that are sure to be welcomed with rapture, we have made a gathering of these Bags that contains scores of beautiful designs, d i s -playing all the novel ef fects of the season. Here, for instance, is the new reverse mesh, in which the links run crosswise of the bags, instead of up and down, and which incidentally re quires more and finer links than the usual style. Then there are combinations of reverse and ordinary mesh, in handsome block effects. There is a great variety of engine turned, hand-pierced, etched, and plain frames; some with space for monogram. Among the gun-metal Bags there is the striking marquisette mesh almost as fine as the fabric after which it is named. In sterling silver, $lb.Wto$100 Gold-plated, $7.50 to $20 In German silver, $2.b0to $10 In genuine gun-metal, $3.50 to f27 Main Floor $20, 5,30, $35; were $6.50 to $58. These New Red-Top Boots Will Delight the Youngsters Do you remember the red-topped, copper-toed boots that you used to wear when you were a little boy? And how proud you were when you got a new pair of them, stiff and creaky as they were? Then just imagine how eager your children will be to possess a pair of these same red-topped boots, 1911 edi tion, copper toes and all, but soft and line, and without the squeak. Splendid play-bocU, that the kids can put on and take off by themselves good for coasting, and to wear to school in bad weather. $3.60 to $4.60 a pair, according to size; also the same style in filain tan willow and black ox calf, at $2.60 a pair. Second Floor After Shopping or after Matinee, Visit The Golden Tea Room At Gimbels fur AFTERNOON TEA With Assorted Sanduii kes, Freneh Paltry and Cake';, tor fifty Cents Music by La'd fon's Orchestra Eighth Floor Every Coat, Suit and Dress for Young Women and Girls Has Met the Blue Pencil and Is Much Reduced Wl.nl ....... .J :a t ... .1 . . I . . . nuaw an vpiMjruiaiur mr me moiners who have Waited Until now to outfit their young daughters for the Winter! as dresses for school, afternoon and party wear, also coats for Winter's fair and most severe weather, may be selected at decided economies. As not one piece of merchandise was "bought in" for this occasion, economies are absolutely genuine. And it is well to realize that Cimhel apparel for the vounger generation is recognized to be the best in New York-it has that desired simplicity and yet is modish in style. This is because much of it Is copied from Freneh models. Youn Girls' Coats of cheviot, rhinrhilla corduroy and douhle-laced woolens for school and general utility wear. For dress broadcloth coats in light colors, velveteen! and velvets, beautifully trimmed with braids, laces and some with fur. Tomorrow, $6, $7.60, $9.76, $11.60, $13.60, $16, $18.76, $20, $22. CO, $26, $30, $36, were $7.60 to $46. Savings range from $2.60 to $10. Sizes, 6 to 14 years. Dresses for Young Girls of to 14 years include demi-tailorrJd and regulation styles in serge for school wear, also cnsJli, velveteedS, chiffons and marquisettes for afternoon and party wear. Tomorrow, $4.50, $5, $7.50, $10, $15, Savings range from $2 to $23. Coats for Junior Girls of 15 and 17 years- chinchilla cloths, cheviots, velveteens and brood cloths in severely tailored and dress styles. Tomorrow, $12.50, $15, $20, $25, $30 and $35; were $16.50 to $45. Savinis range from $4 to $10. Tailored Suits for Junior Girls of 13, 15 and 17 years include plain and dress tailored styles of homespun, Sc ten mixtures serge, broadcloth and velveteen. Many of those that will be told at $tJfj are 3-piece suits with charming plaid silk blouses. Tomorrow, $15, $20, $25, $35 ; were $20 to $45. Savings range from $5 to $10. Economies are also general for young women of 14, 16, 18 and 20 years! Tailored Suits of cheviot serge, homespun, men's-wear fabrics velveteen, corduroy and velvet oo-.T i0',w' ?,w! w v, w.ou, $30, $40, $60 and $75; were $22.;j( to $H5. Savings range from $7.50 to $40. Drosses for all occasions serge, cheviot and corduroy for school and street wear: velveteen crepe meteor and broadcloth for afternoon wear;chiffon, marquisette and messaline for oartv wear' $10, $12.60, $14.60 $16 60 $18.0, $22 E0, $26, $27.60, $32.t0, $36, $47.60, $60? wereWto $85.' Bavinga range ffotn S6 to $85 on each draati w Top Coats of those splendid double-faced woolens, cheviots and serges for general utility wear also broadcloth, velveteen and seal plush coats for dress wear some of the latter trimmed with fur; $12, $16, $18.60, $20, $22.50, $36, $45; were $18.76 to $70. Havingsrange from $6 75 to $25 on each coat. The Blue Pencil Has Lessened the Prices on Both Dresses and Suits for Women Only where sizes are broken- but one may select frrm a variety of styles in every size from 34 to 44 and up to 58 in some styles of Suits, at each of these prices: Women's Tailored Suits, $19.76, were $25 to $32.50; $26, were $35 to $45: $29.60. were $45 to ?55; $37.60, were $50 to $55. Demi-tailored, Afternoon and Evening Dresses, $14.60, were $18.50 to $22.60- 616 60 were $29.50; $22.50, were $30 to $40; $27.60, were $42.50 to $50. Third nisr Just Fifty -seven Left of the Famous Hale & Kilburn Telescope Beds At Half Their Regular Prices When these .splendid Beds are gone, there will be no more at any price, for the Hale & Kilburn Company have given up making them to devote their energies to making steel fittings for Pullman and other railroad cars. Ihe chief point about these Telescope Beds, which renders them vastly superior to other mule . is that THEY WON'T FOLD UP WITH AN UNFORTUNATE SLELPEK IN SIDE for they are so buMt that they CAN'T. Also they are hand some pieces of furniture for any room, and allow free access of air to the bedding when not in use. These Beds are in single, throe-quarter and double-bed sizes; mostly in solid mahogany and mahogany finish, In various itylea, many but one of a kind. Stasia alse, MlM'lrom $6'-'. 60; tS7.C0 from 75, One lull sis, golden ouk, Oniabad bod with bookcase I lircc-ni:ntcr U). $33.76. from S47.60, ,r . i.u i i i i ... FulUiw, $42.10, from tH&.MM, from $92.60; $4T.0, t8m 'th l''R,,''1 111 Uwt- wve carved head on from $96 $70, f mm l hack rail. $100 from $200. Seventh Floor GIMBEL BROTHERS OROAQWAV NEW YORK THIRTY THIRD ST. "FUN,'? the Weekly Joke Book, aJ - -a FREE, With Next Sunday World 1 16 Pages of Games, Jokes and Puzzles, y s