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THE EVENING WORLD,
PRIDAT, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
i "SET 'EM UP" IN NEW
: LEXINGTON AVE. TUBE
(f)ftory Ml filhrr t1i)liratlnn Is
tlrtln freely to-tlny for 'he benenr f
Artrkmrn 1ft section 12 of th Ix.
Infttnn avnn minwny. rv.p tin lef
ejrminil, from One Hundred mid BlXth
ret to On Hundred and Twelfth
i meet, all tlione who hnve hid n limd
I In the building of this mbterranean
I pe.-,l trmk are "prnsltlng" f n :h other
Hill flnwins bumpers.
Thn relehrntlnn. w'nieh heit.in nt S
eV 'k thin afternoon, and nhleh will
Con;,nu( uninterrupted until fi. mnrk.
, ih firft anniversary .if the beitanlni
of Mrh Jon this section nf the ulwy
and the Completion! nf three blocks rl
I hit pirl f the tube rnntrsrtcil for by
t , Oscai leinlcl. Conntriirtlon Com-
t One hundrel betratt bf beer, dlshel
j out In goblets acrops a free-for-all tnr
I 2.0 feei long, cre ted In the tub1 nt
On Hundred and Eighth tret, and
K.MX Sanflwlche served to mslte cheer
ful the relobrant. Then ther whs
speeehnjaking by Oscar Daniel, Chief
Knglncef Charles K. Out -nf eld. Iav:i
E. llaxter, engineer of section Ui BM
Clcorne I,. Krlesledt of the rTttftWH i n-
Preceding the celebration the em
ployes, headed by A bnnd whh h 6feJa
ptn.e.l music during the afternoon,
marched from One Hundred and flttlh
street to One Hundred and Klgliteenth
street, whi re Ihey etitered the tube an 1
retraced their Meps to One Hundred
uml Klahth atreet.
for your approval
they please so many
thousands of New
Yorkers you will
Derbies and Soft Hats, $3 & $4
are holding a Sale of Vital Im
portance to Everybody Intending
to Purchase a Piano. Come
to-morrow, Saturday, and take
advantage of this offering of
1 $10 Down &
$2 a Week!
Price and Terms include Music Cabinet, Bench.
Cover, 12 Rolls or Music and Free Delivery
No Interest, No Insurance, No Extras!
The Player Piano is the instrument for every
member of your family, giving unending pleasure
and furnishing entertainment for your friends and
until you own
a Player Piano
will you ever
isfaction to be
able to sit at
and play your
whenever so inclined.
. Let us demonstrate this wonderful instrument
to you. It will surprise you; it is beyond question
the most attractive value ever offered.
$5 Dawn &
$1 a Week
Including Stool, Cover and Free Delivery
No Interest, No Insurance, No Extras!
will have tc
pay $300 or
where, and: A
you will begin i
to realize and'-
marvcl at the!
ues w h i c h)
hxchange your old piano for a beautiful new Walters Piano
or Playr Piano uud pay any balance due at the rate of $1
cr 'l a Week Piano Salesroom, 3d Floor.'
ALL CARS TMVMtil 10-
Lex ma ton to 3d Avanue i All to 6OU1 Street
1 Mil M n VaJ a & I v
r X win i : ii rm in i iJfWB I h
'i XAiPvl: Vl . t W r RRari III ki
Veilings irom Paris
Wc arc showing a splendid stock of white and
black shadow and chenille and dotted magpie
at 50c, 75c & $1.00 a yd.
B'fonii.iKdnlcs', Main Floor. Ccntrr.
All CARS TRANSFER TO
Lexington to U Ave.
59th to 60th Street
Queen Anne'9 Rulfs
are the newest conceits in women's fashionable
neckwear. They are made of ple.-rted satin and
trimmed with French marabout", soft and be
coming; natural, black and wdiite;
very special value at J..,,,
Wloe.ninllfi'. Mjitn W
Saturday Sale of Fresh Cut Flowers
To-morrow will be a big day in our cut flower shop on the main floor and greenhouses on the
roof. Wc will offer many wonderful values in both departments, while in our greenho jses wc will
hold a concert and give free flowers for all who present their Sales Vouchers.
rijrr A Corsage of Fresh
To any one presenting a ca-jh sale voucher Irom any
part ol the store lornny nmount, no matter how small,
a handsome corsage of fragrant cut flowers will be
"A'VfT'DT in oul Orecnhouist
Vvll vLIt I on the roof by
To morrow, Saturday
From 1 to l .M and 3:00 to 5:30 P. M.
A specially interesting program of popular and
classical music has been arranged. You are invited.
in a bcnuUful eollec
at 5c each
100.000 Roses and
In nil the lending colors and varieties, such as
"My Maryland," "Mrs. Ward," "Mrs. Talt,"
"My Melody," ro-ies regularly sold elsewhere
for 50c and 75c per dozen, nt
2c and 3c each
Double English Vlolels
Sweet Do.il.l-- KnfcUUb Viok-ts, 50 in a -111
bunch regularly 35c and 50:
bunch, nt .
American Benuties, stems
I to 4 ft. long: reKularly $.1.00
and $4. Of! per doen,
at 10c each
Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Vulley, sold regularly elsrwhc.-e for 50c rtf
and 75c for 2 dozen snr-ws, bunch
All other seasonable flowers at a saving of
Artistic Floral Designs, our specialty, $1 and up
In Our Greenhouses on the Root We Will Oiler i
1,000 Boston and Scottl Ferns,
Chrysanthemum Plants, in bud
and in flower, ell these regu
larly 75c, at
S.;(l H ud Knallslt Ivy, fine
for window boxes and cem
etery purposes; regularly
Rubber Plants, regularly
sold at 75c. to $1.00,
Kuril Large Huston and
Scottl Ferns, regularly
sold at $1.50 to gt
Men, This Is the Final Merchant Tailoring
Sale ol the Yearn
Come to-morrow, Saturday, and have your measure
taken for Fall and Winter clothes. This will be the last
Merchant Tailoring Sale for 1)12, and you simply can
not afford to miss the opportunity.
We Will Make to Your Measure
a Suit. Overcoat, Top $
Coat or Raincoat, tor
Saturday Sperinls That Tell an
Interesting Economy Story
Men's Ribbed Underwear, 39c
Heavy ribbed cotton shirts and
drawers; shirts are made with French
neckbands, the drawers with extra
gussets; all sizes.
Men's Heavy Underwear, 79c
Heavy shirts and d.awers, of natural
gray wool, strictly first quality, of a
celebrated make; all sizes.
Men's Wool Underwear, 89c
"Stuttgart Finish" natural gray
shirts and drawers, made to soli at
$1.25 and $1.50. Shirts are double
breasted and double hack. Drawers
reinforced nt points ol wcpt. All sizes.
Men's Undershirts at 89c
Double-breasted shirts, of heavy
naturul gray wool, double back; ell
sizes. Warm, comfortable and dura
ble, smd of extra fine quality.
Min J-.,r.r. rOtl Slrrr! fcti.m.
You may select the material you want from a splen
did collection of 100 fashionable hip,h grade fabrics.
They include all the newest and best designs in fact,
they are identical with those offered by the exclusive
tailor for double the price wc ask in this sale.
You can islect the model you want -for we will make
the clothes in any of the smart new styles.
The cutting and tailoring will be done by men whose
many years of experience rightfully class them as experts.
Their work has pleased thousands of men, and will do
the same for you.
Don't miss this opportunity to nave your
Winter clothes mode to order for
Sscond teinor oth
DAYS OF THE SALE
Men's New Fall Shirts the Best $1.00 and $1.50 Can Buy
Custom finish, the production of our own factory, and conceded by competent judges to
ne rue neat value in New
York at the prices. Plain
and plaited styles, of woven
and jacquard madras and
fine count percale, with
attached or separate cuffs.
All sizes, 14 to 20.
In three styles, showing
fine tuck, and medium and
wide plaits. Coat style. At
tached cuffs. Perfect in fit and
construction and immaculate in
appearance. All sizes 14 to 17. A
very special offering for Saturday.
Men's Roll-Collar Coat Sweaters
Wool sweaters, in gray and maroon. All the
rage just now and appropriate for those . .
whoa; work keeps them outdoors as well us i UM
Main Floor, OH
lor outdoor games. Sizes 34 to 46
of Quality, at. .
In the beautiful selection
of Fall styles now so liber
ally shown here the beauty
of these fine silk ties is con
spicuous. Plain colors. Persian
satin repp cords, novelty border and
rich contrasting two-tone effects.
Men's All Wool Coat Sweaters
This is a nice warm garment and mav be had
in all sizes from 34 to 46; colors are gray and A I
navy ; sweater is finished with 2 pockets; very 1 Qfi
special values at ...
Men and Women
Saturday Specials of
importance to you:
Women's Silk Stocktons, 23c
Women's thread ailk hose, high
spliced heels, double aoles; black, tan
and white; slight "Mill Faults. " All
Women's Silk Stockings, Me
Women's black silk hose, lisle thread
or silk tarter tops. Every pair guar
anteed; black, white and variety of
Men's Socks at I2y2t
A popular make of mercerUed half
Itose, with double soles. Guaranteed
to wear. Colon and black. All size.
Men's Silk Socks at 24c
Pall weight. Made of heavy thread
silk; linen splicing. Every pair guar
anteed. Colors and black. Slight
4,000 Boys' $7 Smart Suits and Overcoats,
Saturday at $4.95
Every new and popular style in boys' high grade clothing is of
fered in this sale. The materials are of the kind that will wear most sat
isfactorily, else they wouldn't be here The stock includes all sizes from
h little fellow of 2 years to the big boy of 17, and at this price we right
fully expect a big crowd of thrifty parents. The sale includes:
Boys' Double-Breasted Suits, with extra pair of trousers, made
of fancy cheviot material; cut in Norfolk and double-breasted models.
Trousers full lined. Sizes 7 to 18 years, and
Boys' Blue Serge Suits, cut in Norfolk and double-breasted
models of very smart styles; size3 7 to 17 years, and
Boys' Russian and Sailor Model Suits, made of blue serges and
fancy cheviot material ; sizes 2 to 10, and
Boys' Button-to-Ncck Overcoats, sizes 2 to 10 years; made of
blue and gray chinchillas, fancy cheviots and plain blue kerseys. They
are new models, lined with flannel; some have belted backs; some with
belts all around, and others in plain effects.
Big Boys' Overcoats, sizes 8 to 17 years;
made of fancy cheviot material; cut in the latest
styles, convertible collar and belt in the back.
All going at the one price of
Msln Flour. .10th St. hki-IIoh.
The Superiority of These Pretty Dresses
in Children's, Girls' and Juniors' Size3 will be apparent. at once
Girls' Dainty Dresses
of Fine Scrtfc,
collar and cuffs of two-tone
whipcord with t abs of solid
color cloth, embroidery down
front of waist, full pleated
skirts, o to 14 year sizes;
Girls' Middy Suits of
Fine All Wool Serge,
emblem embroidered on shield.
Sleeves and sailor collar,
rows of braid on cuffs and
collar, silk lacing, buttons on
blouse, full pleated skirt.
6 to 14 year
Newest Models in Girls' One Piece Norfolk Dresses,
round collar of broadcloth with rows of silk braid in vary ing
widths, self lacing down front of waist, embroidered emblem
on shield, leather belt, 8 to 14 year
In Fine French Series,
several pretty styles with yoke an I
cuffs of white serge, hand embroidered
and finished wilh brui.1, also navy
blue, brown and ail white middy
dresses, emblem embroidered on
shield, silk lai-ing down front and
side of blouse, 3, 4 uud 5
HI .no til NUIM
Junior Norfolk Suits,
In Pebble Cheviot and Corduroy,
nicely tailored, cheviot suit with turn
down collar and belt trimmed with
plain cloth and buttons; corduroy suit
with Robcspie.re collar and buttoned
down side with fancy buttons; leather
twit; skirts are in all the latest
models, 19, 15 and 17 CI A QQ
Women's New Winter Boots, $3.50
In 14 and 16 Button Models.
These Winter bocts are designed to give the
foot and ankle that slim appearance so much de
sired by well dressed women. They are cut extra
high, 14 and 16 button models, and come in
Russia calf, gun metal and patent coltj':in, with
suede and whipcord tops, as well as leather top.
Our enlarged nhoe department is uIho allowing
new winter models of tnupe buckskin topped boots
and other h'gh p.rade novltir-i rijiging in price up to
Women's $3.48 Shoes. $2.50
Our rat annual November sale, included
are velvet top, patent colt and tan and nun
metal i H sizes in each style.
. n 99 anil
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New Kid Gloves ior All
Women's Gloves at 98c
P. K. Qlovet, made Of imported
skins, three row embroidired bucks,
in a variety of all colors; black and
white. All sizes.
Men's $1.11 Gloves. 81c
Men's igntple new Fall Icid gloves,
irom u prominent makers made to sell
ut 1,!S to ll.SO pair. Fin ii Imported
ca peek in, suede and washable chamois
to choose from. All sizes and colors.
Women's $1.09 Gloves. 69c
Woincn'i tnnnish cttpkin lovct(
prix st-iim, in loldtn broWHi for wear.
AM sizes fit thil iptcUU price.
Boys' $1.15 Gloves, 79c
T tere is no difference i-x.cpt in
prict between these roves and otheri
sold at $1,1S, Bought as s impl s,
hence the cut price. Fine capeilcin,
sued- un moclri. Muker's name on
eviry pair. u, i n,.ir. r,uih si. IsiUai
200 Trimmed Hats at $4.50
That are regularly offered for $8.00.
This Otter inc'odes Trimmed
Heavers, Velvets, Erect
Pile PJush and Hal
AM tastefully trimmed with os
trich feati'cry effects, fliwers,
foliage, wings, etc., one style
like tnt picture, and 200 other
styles; hats formerly -sold u
to "(18; on second
floor, Saturday at
$3.(0 Unlr Mimed Hals
G.'atk Erect Pile Silk Vel
vet and Plush at $1.25
We picture the popular vel
vet Tarn and 15 other styles
in fine quality black erect pile
silk velvet and plush unuim
m.ed hats, formerly sold at
3; price on main floor, Satur
day, $1 25.
Tht lrrs. W ihla Itri W
1 m a. i-'
200 Dozen Fancy tea hers and Wings,
IVorlii up (0 $1.25, Miiiu Fluor, at . . .
An unusual variety of feather! and wings appropriate for all
style hats; every desirable color is represented.
Exquisite Shadow Lace Blouses
A surprisingly low price, you'll say,
for any blouse that answers that de
scription. Nothing daintier could be
had if you paid twice the price.
They are fashioned wilh a pretty
white satin Robespierre collar trim
med with buttons that form a de
lightful color contrast. Down
tl'.e front rests a double frill of
delicate net and the sbeves, too,
are finished wilh a frill of net.
Lingerie MM Voile BiOUPfli
be lUtifulty trimmed with lace
and embroidery insertions,
linish- d with u Vcniii
Second riuor. U
f i. 1' 'a
Celrl rating the Seiond Birthday of the great M at Shop at Bloomingda'.es"
With special offerings und prices to morrow and all next wttk. These spenals
Roaattnd Chickeni( lb.. 2f)c
Froth Killed Fowls, lb., 1 5 1 c
Fresh Killed Brotlori,
lb 16 Wc
Legaol SprtnlLamb,lb,.16j j:
Lotf of C ao ad a Lamb,
Lefts of Milk Veal, lb 14 1 jc
Shoulders of Milk Veal,
lb 12 ' -ic
Fresh Young Tom Turkeys,
-Easy to Reach Irom Anywhere BLOOiVilNGDALIiS, Lex. to 3u Ave.. 59th to 60th St.-