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TH1 IVIWIWO WORLD, MONDAY, APEIL 28, 1918. ' M
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A Sensation in the
Pantomime Acted by Mannequin
How often have you longed to know the secret of the Parisjenne's daintiness
how she wears her lingerie and her corsets?
This is the first time that all women have had the opportunity of learning this
fascinating information for never before has there been such a presentation
Of the Trotissc'au Intime on living models. Other secrets are also disclosed
The "New Lingerie from Paris
Including the Exquisite Recamier
And Marie Antoinette Modes
Correct Corseting will also be illustrated. The Models that should be worn to
give the uncorseled effect, the kind the stout woman should wear, and thehygienic
models for growing girls.
A trained nurse is in attendance to tell what kind of clothing should be worn by
the baby and the little tots.
Is Obvious Thai Only Women Are Invited
to tltON Exhibitions between the hours of 10:30 A. M. and 12 M. and from 2
to 4 P. M. in a series of French Rooms, in the Auditorium on the Eighth Floor.
We Secured a Real Prize in This Mndiah
All-Wool Eponge from Rodier, Paris
Less than nan price, you see ana on a aonc inat is one of the tremendous
successes of the season -made so by heing the product of this famous Paris desiimer
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oi uress ooa.
Though all-wool, this Eponge is light in weight and desirable for women's Summer tailored
suits and costumes. It is 52 to 54 inches wide, and when placed on sale this morning there
were fijtv distinct shades, from black to palest gray, and including all the desirable pinks
blues, tans, greens and pui-ples of the year. Though probably not all of these colorings will be
here tomorrow, as there were on an average less than 100 yards of a shade to start with.
But it is one of the extraordinary Dress Goods Offerings of the season, and well worth an
effort on your part to share in it.
$1.U5 a yard, instead of $4, because we secured Rodier's entire surplus. Second Floor
Distributing a Large Collection of
Excellent BEDROOM FURNITURE
With Price-Reductions on a Liberal Scale
Some of the Furniture is reduced 15
per cent. More of it shows a saving' of
20 per cent. By far the larger part is 25
per cent, under-price, andrfrom there up
to a lull; third.
It is Furniture for the bed
room of the average house or
apartment taken from the great
middle ground of our stock, be
cause patterns are to be discon
tinued by us, or have been by the
makers, and cannot be kept com
plete in assortment.
No apologies are necessary for
the quality every stick of the
Furniture is by makers who have
been taught what GIMBEL Fur
niture standards are.
There are many handsome Colonial mahogany Bedroom Suites and single pieces;
white enamel, too; charming burled maple, and the favorite richly figured Circas
sian walnut. You will find the collection on the Seventh Floor, and we commend
it to home-furnishers who are seeking good investments. Specimen ODDortunities:
Some of the Bedroom Suites
1 Mahogany Suite in four-port stylo, with bureau, cWf
I jfonier and full-8id bedstei.d, is $160 from $230.
1 A Colonial Mahogany Suite with full-iize bedstead;
. iburenu, chiffonier linn toilet table, is $260 from $388.
j An elaborately curved Suite of Tuna Mahogany, con
II trilling twin bV'lateds, bureau, chiffonier and toilet
2 superb ten-piee Suit of white enamel with brers
trurminu . is $626. reduced from $270.
uJjtsovntT wnite Mu.mii uenroom .vane oi lour piecvr,
cw.gzco, Krrmriy kiu, ana a rour-pwee tuite in
vTi-vf I, t.'.r a imi ! tdroom, is 582.00 from 5110.
LWalnut and g4d Chiffonier, in Louis XVI. design, la
,10 fr -m S25 half price. And a Toilet Table to
r4.-rrlr.l Bf.rctu in mahogany, with octagonal mirror.
176 fr m $65. with Chiffonier to match, at MB from
fJaltd Toikt Table, at $30 from $40.
'.Srr.ii hmr : h'u-rnv fciwita in I'nlnnial Host pffrcr. In.
iirides a Hurei, at $42 from $56; Chiffonier, at $42 Irora
' !W,-!mrr Toilet Table, at $29 from $86.
wo oilier Mahogany Bedroom suites oi tnreo pieces are
rem $21 S. r.nd $100 from $240, respectively.
argtj Variety of Individual Pieces
$S0, from 136
$40, from $70
$19.76, from $16
$16.60, from $20
$18, from $20
$96, from $88.60
$37.00, from $00
$16.00, from $20
$17, from $28
$17.00, from $24
$94, from $86
$82.00, from $60
$14, from $16
$17, from $20
19, from $22
$24, from $35
$16.00, from $20
$17, from $23
$99, from $42
$19, from $18.60
16, from $17
IT, from $20
90, from $80
$17, from 123
29, from 120
$98, from $36
TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY IN THE SUBWAY STORE
These liberal underoricinr events at each month -nd tr now an intit.iit.inn firmiv stehiiahl
wc ueoire, nowever, 10
We have only t pace Jo announce a portion of tha mmny aplendid
value which will terve a fair Example of what one may expect at tha
GIMBEL Subway Store Tueeday and Wedneeday.
desire, however, to preface this event with the food news that every one of the SIVENTY-FIVE
aff2ialyM1 Bt0r6 hM PMSed all I THI LAW OT THI MONTH-SMD 1
MOUS efforts for this OCCasiOn. Everything advertiecd muei he decidedly under-
priced, and muet he materially lover in price
than it hae previoueiy been during the month,
even if reduced in price beore.
Women's Coats, Suits & Dresses! Men's and Young Men's Suits
A ry attractive collection I m - rk J (ft 1 K 4. tftf St
rttraonhnarily under or lcmd Jrj I Jfi RIIU OIU VJTl UUHH tLlt D I . I U
or the Month-End Smle. T
$12 Cloth CoatS at $5 All-wool material, good tailoring and every other
.-r(r.of (overt (loth; thw-lpoinf which hae a I way i made GIMBEL Clothe at SIS
coMar; lew turntack Clothe to be depended upon for ttyla.wear A eathfaction
cuffs and patch pockets
$15 to $18.75
SUITS at $7.50
for Women and Muttt
A miscellaneous as
sortment of odd number not
all siaea. but they have the
same guarantee as our higher
priced auita have and the
tylea are the very latest.
SUITS AT S6
These eofo from the ThirdH
Floor Salon and will be a very
special feature at tomorrow's
sal. There are no two alike.
$10 AND $16 SILK
DRESSES AT $5
Odd numbers and great vari-
$7.60 M fjT $0 Stir ety; newest styles.
Silk poplins, wash silks, foulards, taffetas and mesaaUnee. All
$1 WASH SKIRTS AT 60c
Just because they a c slightly soiled. Half price
$3.60 TO $6 ALL-WOOL SERGE SKIRTS, $1.86
$3.60 TO $6 RAIN COATS, $1.40
Slip-ons and single-texture Hohbazine rubber-backed coats, cemented
$1 AND $1.60 CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES, 66c
Subway Store, Balcony
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jbi mww mem
times happen in tl
Month-End tales. Manu
facturers often open their
hearts to our buyers, not
without an eye to business,
because co-operation In
Thin k east of cm of thosr
wonderful imlatuts. and
about WOmen, muni and old.
at pit to t mt'htv pUastd
mtk thnr purchast tomorrow.
Smart and attractive pat
terns, and the models well
assorted, so that young men
and older men are sure of a
selection. 8iaea 82 to 44 in.
It Is too that thrp nrit not mont tlMn 4(0 suits, but then thsrs Is
a limit to all good thlnis. so we sussmI to our frlemlt not to tte Urr.
BOYS' $2.60 to $3 SUITS, $1.65
Sf Norfolk Slvlt. 7 to 16 veart. Russian Styles, i to 7 yeett
This Is wall worthy of keoplns cmnpsnr with the men's, rlnthlng event,
toeraus a elmllar reason and Ilk good fortune broufht It about
These snlts as of ftaa, tro, amrable f abrlae, and nun la
sjsjsj of thorn woald he eaeelleat valae at S3.
MSN'S $9, $9.60 AND $$ TBOUSBM AT 1.66
Wrn-flttlnf, nictiy tailored sarmsnts ln neat worsteds, oaaslmsrss or
cheviots. Subway Store, Balcony
A FINE OFFERING OF TABLE LINENS
Sale of a Scotch Manufacturer' am
plen, mill end and odd and end tome
of them tecond and tome of them d It
continued pattern, othert only toiled.
Tabla Tops, Table Cloths ami Napkfns, alnsl and
Claihs range In size from 2x1 yards to IH4 yards.
Value 13 tu S12.it. Price II. SO to 67.15.
Table Tops. itx3 in. to 6x54 In. Value $1.10 lo
$t. Price Tie to ea.so.
Napkins, ixxitt In. to texts in. Values 13 10 to
110 duseu. Price 61.50 to 0.75.
BED COVERINGS AT
too EABtxBsa axiaxrm, sso aaom
Standard Rrade; well hemmed; else 6lu In. before
4 Bo ILIIOUS laiTt, sso
Neat centre seam; site 72x00 In. tiefore sowlnar.
so ssa.Mi.rjis mm, eoe
Full else. Slx90 In., a strona etavndard quaJKy of
lie ILIAOnO FXXX.OW OABXS, Te
In two Bison all perfect.
iso rtuow OASJDS, ItMo.
Smooth flnlsh; In two slr.cn.
no BLuenj) Asm uarBZ.BACaUD
Stand. ml (radf, 24 and 3 In. wide.
61.75 0OCHXT IED iniiBI, 51.25
Splendid wertnK aril waihitlile White
Spreads, ln Marselllee patterns; full also.
124c to 50c Grades
At 8c and 18c Yd.
Voltes. Olnghama, Tissues,
Lawns, Poplins. Pongees, Dress
Linens, Swisses. Crepes, Rlp
plettes, Imported Novelties. Un
eUes. New Cloth, Kindergarten
Percales. Madras. Dlraky. ail 17
to $6 la. wUa.
$1 MUSLIN CURTAINS AT 66c PAIR
The surplus stock of a prominent maker, consisting
Oil, 500 pairs. These are ruffled or flnt curtains, hem
stltched edge, with tucks or lr.ee Insertion edged.
Wlih plain or figured renters. Hrtels, Summer Cot
tages, here is tha opportunity of the reason.
$3.60 Bonn Femme CURTAINS, f 1.70 a.
Thaee are of an etcllnnl irsdn of cable net. with three
larse rnotlfa of elaborate coedln. Pull ruffle, white or
ecru. An excellent reproduction of the expensive Kuaslaa
lace; 45 In. wld n, and 3 yasds long.
16c TO 26o DRAPINOS AT 10c TD.
Plata and colored awlaeee. Scrims, Cretonnes, see.
$12 AND $12.60 DINNER SETS, $7
100-plece sets; choice of 2 decorations; American
porcelain; aome with houp tureen. A moat remark
able value. Full servlco 'or twelve people.
$9 DINNER SETS AT S4.76
100 plecee, American porcelain; pink floral design;
oup tureen Included.
60c Thin Blown Tumblers, at 38c Dos.
With any Initial ln Old Enitllah letters engraved
on each tumbler.
26c Austrian China Plates, 8c Eaob
26c Handkerchief Boxes, 16c
Cretonne Olove and Handherohlef
Boxes and two-drawer Cabinets; well
made and useful.
Soiled 1 OIotos at 36c Pair
110 pains I-elasp kldakln gloves
Discontinued lines from our regular
stock of the tl grades which have
been soiled In displaying or handling,
Every good color that a good glove la
Men's fl.60 & 2 Soft Hats, $1
The new shapes with bow at back,
aa well as all the new model e for
Spring and Hummer. Oraya, browns.
olives, tans: alsee are broken, but
full range of elsea In the assortment.
MONTH-END SALE OF PICTURES
Offering keen Inducements to those who would
. Etchings, which formerly sold at II to $1.71, at
Too to 5a.
Hand-colored Allotypes, Paatels and EtoMngs,
plsaalng subleots, ln gilt framoe some burnished ln
gold, others wtlh corners and single ornaments; some
others again ln white units and wooden frames.
64.60 TO $7.60 PHOTOGRAVURES, 3
Hand colored, choice selection, artistically framed
"OTHER GRADES UP TO $7.60 TO $10
AT $6 EACH
Including such eubjen;s as "When the Heart Is
Young," "DatK'o In tho Imperial Court," etc.
$1.60 TO $2 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED
PICTURES AT 6c TO 60c
Etchings, colored artotypea In a large variety,
marked rldlculoualy low for quick clearance.
FRENCH PLATE MIRRORS
With 3-ln. gilt penal frame, centre ornament
14x26 In.; 14. So aradee, at 63.
16x24 In.; f6.Su grudee, nt 53.76.
19 gnulne, at 54.60.
6c Torchon and Cluny
New patterns; edges and Inser
tions. 12o Linen-Finish Edges,
4 and 4Vi In. wide; suitable for
38o to 60c Embroideries,
IT in. wide Crossbar Coreet Cov
ering! and 24-ln Elounelngs
Remnant and Short Length of
Lee, et Special Price
96c WAIST FORMS, 26o
8lse II only. Rlack Jersey covered over pegder
maThe: wooden base; metal trimmed; good lines.
Made by the New York Ureas form Co.
$20 TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS, $10.60
9x12 ft. Kenmleaa Hugs. In attractive designs.
$16 TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS, $7.60
0x12 ft. (framed KiigH, In desirable patterns.
JAPANESE MATTING RUGS GREATLY
These Rtige have handHome renter deetgns and are
prloed at a remarkably low ngure.
xl2 ft.; 14.60 grade, at 63.05.
4x.l ft. I II grades, at 61.50.
Ixl ft.; 7.H- grades, at soe.
-11. It grades at SOo wiuare yard.
I to 16 a'luure yards In each pleoe: Imitation gran
ite. In green and brown.
20c Ribbons at 12o Yd.
1,410 yards of ribbons In odd lots;
meseallnee, taffeta, molrea and
satins. In a wide choice of colors;
IV to 44 In. wide.
16c Scotch Wea?o Note
Paper, lOo Bos
14 sheete and 14 envslopee; good
quality fabric-finished paper, with
fancy flap envelopes.
78c Lining Satin, 68c Yard
16 in wide; new ebadea; extra On
66c Satin Remnants, 48c Yd.
Suitable lengthei 16 to. wide: fine
36c Dross and Ooat Lmmgi,
These are remnants, hut la lengths
suitable for lining dreeeee and coats;
II in. wide; most shades.
$1 Pearl Beads, 60o
A limited quantity of exceptionally
good quality pearl bead necklaces: a
rich cream tint, gold plated sleep.
THE NEW GIMBEL
Quite ne and verv
(harming these styles;
shades white or black
silk, short slccvrs, Ro-
rx spume, tiibson pmit
and patch sockets;
amall pearl buttons
down the front.
Aleo M e mm aline
Blount, in blue or
collar and cuffm of
rhinemtone or kiue
Subway Store, Balcony
SOo Perosline Petticoats, 38c
PoetVSB It na rsr Sat r f User KaaranL... Sea mxoodt Lit.
-"' " n.n nni , IH v lews -IWH1- w ni i or
gjTy-fciil-whltM, nuiat tailored ruffle.
80c and $1 Nightgowns, 66c
no. rn or raeineoos, witn round or aouar neck,
short sleeves. Insertions of embroidery or lace and lace
88c corset Covert, 26c
Nalnannk at amaA nuain v -im..a !. -
V 'ffT W 4 hhiwu -ww 4 tjse VinvruMSJi ar
38c Dressing Bacques, 26c
In nianv srlsilntv emhnAmm. asatvaaa tar 1 1 ti as as 11 si 1 a
- - -,-'' " f eesei e ees eweaej gtiutiimgj gnq
11 St t sflsasll arnsi nt n jtra A i aal - ..... m .
kimono eleevea and belted walat. 1
$1 Corsets at 66c
J. B. and O II. model. rlmm.l .nil ..nh,nM..u m-j.
lace; dnublo hoee suunortrr. attii...i iiu. it
00c Brassieres, 26c
Tlaln and embroidery trimmed, In sltea from 11-44,
HstW YORK TIlTY.THiQ .T.
$10 Oas Domes, $4.60
Two styles. In amber er green,
with red diamonds; 12 In diame
ter: complete, reedy for use.
$10 and $16 Oas Electric
These ere aamplss of dtsoontln
ued Usee whlo.1 we bought from
ons of our best manufacturers. To
be oleared 1n the Jfontb-Jksjd Bale
at leas than half prloe.
$25 and $30 Sewing
Surety and Psrtnsr
Machines: 4 and 6 drawer
models, with golden oak
cabinets; automatic lift, with
all attachments. Ouaran-
for five years.
S cash and $1 weekly.
Subway Store, Balcony
30c DRESS LINENS, 20c YARD
oft finish, pure fsax avea and beautiful weave.
14c HUCKABACK TOWELING, 10o Yd.
Bleached, excellent for roller, face and hand
36c TURKISH BATH TOWELS, 26c BACH
Women's $3.50 Suede
A new and Dainty Model
or Summer, 1913
In gray and black suede. The
very newest last with the high
Cuban heel and neat
narrow toe, suede
bow, welted sole- all
size and widths. Spe
cial for the Month-
End Sale only, $2.40
s s ar
M Osk nasty
aa large Wardrobe. Ml eomplete, wHfc
Art Dreprry, for $1 .SO.
Besl freack bevel
plate Loo kla g
(less, finely pel
isaed, la ssa hog
any, white eassi si
or golden aak.
Sise IS la. by 16 In.
Solid oak. cans
p r I e e , $lJn
meat of Rockers
aad Arm Chairs
at g r s a t
FeBVin. i 00 la.; opsas; room
for dress; covsred 1a Art Dra
lsanufactur 1 '
WrytTfor this Misses' Rocker.
Highly Polished Quartered
Oak, Mahogany orMissioa. $BO 'YfJC
Manufacturer' cost ipOo O
BTAfor this Bed Room Otto-
'Owbib: one aa: eoasaaat. I
saeesi covered la Art .
llawltMl-llaf!' aVI m I jlllHf HlMay
t A for this Divan: worth ft 10 tks. I
scst opens; sise 66 i IS; plenty ,
I room for shirtwaists. Why pay the
I same price for cheap watting bos? .
Tlii. Divan is lined iaside; upholstered
70 1 tar Ettablithtd em thlt Corner
i Cor . Myrtlt Ave. & BrMgt SL
W BBOOHLYN. N. .
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