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THX EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OOTOBIX Sf, 1114.
Ill AMantirtti Has a OteltratUa. rlsitolh, N. J., began yesterday a fobratfon of the two hundred and tftltih anniversary of Ita foundation. yjr of tlies'ttvy DnnteU dellyered rle addrcsa at an open air meat- lended by 10,000 oeople. S. WILLIAMS' LONG SICKNESS ftlda to Lydia E. Pink- i ham's Vegetable Compound. Elkhart, In J. "I suffersd for four- MB yean from organic inflammation, female weakness, palnjknd Irregular! Uei. Toe palm in my side were in 'created by walking or standing on my feet and I bad inch awful bearing down feeling), w a de pressed in spirit and becatee thin and pale, with dull, heavy eyes. I had all doctors from whom I received only temporary relief. I decided to give Lydia E. l'inkbam's Vegetable Com pound a fair trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have now used the remedies for (oar monlhi and cannot express my thanks for what they have done for me. "If there lines will bo of any benefit you have my permission .to publish them. .Mrs. badic Williams, 433 James Street. Klkhnrt, Imlinna. Lydia K. l'inkham's Veaetable Com' 'pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove this fact. wm I l ! . t i . ir you nav tna gnKvai qoude '.th. I vrlia E. Plnkh.m'. V.tr.f.- bfe Compound will help you, write to Lydia t. finKham Medicine Co. (confidential)! Lynn, Mass., for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in atrict confidence. Vat mWM LH i ran 6IRL ELOPER, ONLY 15, WILL STAND BY YOUTH A "I Love Joe and I'M Marry Him," She Says After His Arrest. Eighteen-year-old Joseph Nugent didn't have the moral support of pretty fifteen-year-old Viola do Co- taau, with whom he eloped from Chic- opee Falls, Una., Thursday, when he was arraigned tieforo Magistrate Appleton in Monisanla Police Court to-day, clinrired with abduction, bnt Detectives Itazlett and Corbett are pretty Rood-natured fellows, so one of them may have delivered Viola's men aage when the Children's Society took her In charro last night: '"I love Joe and I don't care how long we must wait. I'll marry him nnd they can't make mo give testi mony against him." Joe and Viola, worked In adjoining stores In their home town. Joe was a soda water clerk and Viola, when she left aohool In September, trot a job In ft candy store. a 'She la an orphan and Itved with Her unale, Albert Parquet ts, at No. 18 Main street, ana when he objectod to Joe's attentions, they decided to elope. SAW ECLIPSE FROM AIRSHIP. Prof, Tot of Amherst Hate Obaer- Tatloas While nftnm In Sky. nOBTON, Oct. 21 A total eclipse of the tun was observed from an aeroplane at Kleff, Itussla, on Auk. 20 by Prof, Dfivld 8. Todd, the Amherst Collece as tronomer. who arrived from Liverpool on the steamer Canadian to-day. The totality of the eclipse lasted two min utes, tollmen seconds. Ends His Life by Poison. David Uhren, once a prosperous man ufacturer of ladles' wear, was found dead to-day In his furnished room at No. 44 Seventh avenue. A bottle marked "cyanide of potassium" and half filled with the Bubstanee waa on the bureau close to which Uhrcn lay half dressed on the floor. Uhrcn became slightly aerangea ai mo time no iosi nis lor tune nnd was sent to Ilellevue HosdI tal'a psychopathic ward. Afterward. In 1911, he sued his relatives for placing him there and also brought suit against them for 123.000, saying the loss of his roriune waa aue to mem. RED CROSS SENDS $65,000. Money Cnblril for Iloiltal anil Am- hn In n or Work In War tan. WASHINGTON. Oct. 28. The Ameri can ltod Cross, through the State De partment, to-dny transmitted by tele graph ICG, 000 fioin Its European Wur Relief Fund, as follows: , American Ambassador, Paris, for. the American ambulance, $25,000; Ameilcan Ambnssndnr at London, for the Ameri can Hospital at laiKmon, tiu.uuv, ino American Consul at .Munich, for the American Hospital, im.uini; mo Amen ran Ambassador at Ilerlln. for tho two hospitals 111 tlermany where the Ameri can Ited Cross personnel are on duty, $10,000; the American Minister at Vien na. Tor ine Aniericnn novpuai wiirrr win American Hod Cross are on duty, $10,-000. CHILD GETS SICK CROSS FEVERISH IF CONSTIPATED "California Syrup of Figs" cun't harm tender stomach or bowels. A laiatlve to-day saves a sick child to-morrow. Children simply wilt not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! II coated, or your child is listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, (nil of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonftil of "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of the bowels, and you nave a well, playful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing" Is oftimrs all that is neces. aary. It should be the first treatment given In any sickness. llcware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your drupgist for a fiO-ccnt battle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that it la made bv the "California Kiir I Syrup Company.'' Advt. I Open It Carefully- I I Save the Outer Band I ssssssss. sssssssl I Pleasure and Profit Combined! I Each package of this new Double Strength Peppermint flavored chewing gum is wrapped in a United SHARING Coupon good for valuable presents. It.'s a BIG nickel's worth without the coupon, for that tasty, cooling, . soothing flavor is long-LasS.ting. It. has lots of "Pep!" You get double value with the coupon pleasure and profit for the whole family. Double wrapped, to bottle up its Peppy taste and keep it always fresh and clean. United Coupons now come with both WRIGLEYSa. JWR1GUEY5, FLAVOR OK FRESH MINT iii:iia7ji:iuri 1 PEPPY-PEHPKKMINT W Good gum and the gscatest value for your nickel! GIMBIL BROTHERS, Bankers Under tlio Bupervlslon of the Banking Department nf the State of . New York, 4 paid on Interest Accounts. IK paid on Checking- Accounts (Re quisite Balances). Main Flaor, Bear Balcony GIMBEL BROTHERS Broadway and Thirty-third Street Store Opens at 8.80, Closes at 6. The GIMBEL Tea Room prides Itself upon the perfection of Its appointment'. Its delirious food, and Its koo1 housekeeping KenersJIy. Pleasastt Music. (Irllt where men oan smoke. SlghtfeFlooT The Pleasure of Doing Your Christmas Shopping Now It wfll be a satisfaction to you to de vote a little while every day, from now on, to thlnklnf of the most appropriate Christmas gift for you to give to this friend or that; ana to contemplate an ever-Increasing array of be-tlrsued pack ages laid by to wait the coming of Christmas. Every day from now on the numbers of such shoppers will increase until the "peak of the load" is reached fust before Christmas. But the early comers will find These Superb Stocks at their h$u. Many a unique thing that cannot be replaced, once It if sold. Whole groups of merchandise, coming from abroad, which will hardly be du plicated. Lea hurry la shopping, hence better attention. i the unselfish satisfaction in making things vastly easier for the salsa Mode, the delivery, and the whole store service. May wo count oa your help and sug gest that you Begin Your Christmas Shopping Early GIMBELBROTHERS New York Your Christmas List Will Get a Pine Start With These Offerings in the Gift Fair: , Leather Goods Toilet Articles Silver Trinkets Stationery Watches Clocks l" All at the Season's Best Savings, on the Anniversary of Our ABM. BESTHOFF Sale of a Year Ago Impossible to reprint yesterday's splendid list of special offerings. Some, in fact, will have gone by tonight But there will be plenty to interest you tomorrow among the Women's $1.50 to $10 Handbags at $1 to $6. 60c to $5 Sample Leather Goods, 26c to $2.60. $1.60 to $6 Leather Vanity Cases, at $1 to $2.95. $6 Imported Limousine -Cases, Fitted, at $2.60. $20 Fitted Overnight Bags at $12.60. Men's $7.60 English Frame Traveling Bags at $6. Women's Enameled Bracelet Watches at $9.60. Women's $30 Bracelet Watches, 14k gold, $22.60. . Men's $18.50 Elgin Watches, Gold-filled, $13.60. $14.25 French Ivory Toilet Sets, with monogram, $9. $0 French Ivory Toilet Set 8-piece, with monogram, $6. 75c Fabric Writing Paper, 30o 1 lb. paper, 2 packages of envelopes. Eaton', Crane & Pike's 50c Stationery, 25c box. $7 to $10 Silver Vanity Cases, $4.50. $7.50 Silver Cigarette Cases, $5. $3.50 Brass Desk Sets, $1.76. 50c to $10 Library Articles in leather, 76c to $6. $2.25 to $13.50 Sterling Silver Photograph Frames, $1.45 to $7.50. $8.75 Mahogany Finished Library C!bcks,$5. $2.25 White Celluloid Boudoir Clocks, $1.60. $S Quadruple Plated Bread Trays at $2. $2.25 to $ Sterling Silver Serving Pieces, $1.60 to $4. Main flaw There Has Not Been a Sale Like This in New York This Season! Women,s$37.60to$40 Fur-trimmed Velveteen Suits At $29.50 Navy Black Seal Brown Russian Green Trimmed with Fitch and Skunk opOBsum the Russian tunic and the coat of one model are edged with bands of the latter fur. $42.60 to $45 Suits At $35 Broadcloth and Velveteen many are trimmed with fur. $29.50 to $32.50 Suits At $25 Gabardine, Poplin and Broadcloth several models in the latter material are trimmed with skunk-opossum. Third Floor Now It's Victrola Time! Social afternoons nnd evenings at home are beginning, the new steps are being learned, or old ones practised anew, the favorite opera records are urging to be heard again. It's Victrola tune, truly, and here , , at tho "psychological moment" are these convenient, Victrola Combinations on Easy Terms Victrola IV., In ok 16.00 Cabinet for 180 Record. 19.00 Six 10-in. Double-faced Records.... 4. 60 Total 131.60 $2 Down and $1 Weekly Victrola VI., In ok 935.00 Cabinet for 125 Records 13.00 Six 10-ln. Double-faced Records.... 4.60 Total .441.60 $2 Down and $1 Weekly Victrola VIII., In oak .f40.00 Cabinet for 100 Records 16.00 Six 10-ln. Double-faced Records.... 4.60 Total ., 669.60 $5 Down and $5 Monthly Victrola IX., In mahogany or oak. . .160.00 'Tooley" Cabinet for 160 Records... 36.00 Records of your own selection 10.00 Total 966.00 S6 Down and S6 Monthly In the completely equipped GIMBEL Talking Machine Section vnu will find - NHIIH Every Type of Victrola From $15 to $250 All may bo bought on convenient payments. Newest Records on the Day of Their Appearance Expert Service by Victor Specialists who will gladly assist you to choose yonr Victrola and records satisfactorily. , llffatfrfloor sssKsBBssRSsSiflsissssVB ill Vidrcla. tX Cabin. f3S Warm Blankets and Comfortables Reduced These will not only save you from cold, uncom fortable nights, but they actually Bave you from $1 to $2.50 if bought tomorrow: $6.50 Wool-Filled Comfortables, $5 72x7S-ln. sateen or nainsook covering; floral and Persian effects. $7.50 Down-Filled Comfortables, $6.50 72x72-in, best grade American sateen covering; choice designs. $17.50 Brocaded Satin Comfortables, $16 72x7B-in. Large variety of colors and designs; pure lamb's wool filling; 9-ln. satin border to match. $7.60 White Woolen Blankets, $6 Pair 72x82-in. Winter weight; pink or bluo border. $12.60 GIMBEL Special Blankets, $10 Pair 81x90-in. Extra good quality; out singly and bound with wide silk ribbon; pink or blue border. Baoond Floor Women's Pure Silk Stockings, $1 Pair Black, white, fawn, taupe and all leading shades. Mercerired lisle tops and soles. Women's Imported Lisle Thread Stockings 86o pair; 3 pairs, $1. Good weight for present wear; blaok and white. ' Men's "Interwoven" Silk Socks, 60c Pair Black and all popular Fall shades. Main Floor Boys' Overcoats or Norfolk Suits Worth More Than $5.75 Surely, Suits of such all-wool materials as blue serge tartan plaids, gray and brown dingonals, and gray, brown and green mixtures, with Bowed-on belt and patch pockets, and Two Pairs of Fully-Lined Trousers iajft'not un ovcry-day occurence at S5.78I And then, the trousers are specially rein forced to withstand the wear and tear. Sizes 7 to 18 years. Again, fancy such Overcoats of gray, brown and blue chinchilla and pretty mixtures being sold for 96.761 Norfolk style for larger boys, and with velvet or plain collur for tho smaller boys, ith Floor $135 Leather Living Room Suite, $87.50 Three pieces, Allover Upholstered, Loose Cushion Seats, pillow backs; covered with genuine brown Spanish Leather. A short while ago we could not buy this suite wholesale at the price at which it is now offered to you. A remarkable value. Other Leather Living Room Furniture Some have spring seats; others are provided with loose cushions. Arm Chairs and Rockers ' 3-Piece Suites $80 Chairs, $50 $240 Suites, $160 $70 Chairs, $47.60 $195 Suites, $146 $50 Chairs, $35 $185 Suites, $125 $30 Chairs, $20 Satenth Floor . Brighten Up Your Home With These Pictures If you have any doubt regarding tho helpful influence of good plrtures, just recall the most cheerful room you have ever seen and the5 dreariest; didn't pictures, or the lack of them, have a groat deal to do with tho impression you received? At Average Half Price Rrads tho rule for the majority of three reductions; practically our entire stock is Involved, .What about inviBtinfi In a tet flood Christmas gifts now? New Oil Paintings Including Land.scupm, Shcrjp and Cat tle .Subject, nnd noon. 0xl2-in. to 20x80 in. caiivntxx, $2,60 to $8.00, rcuulur $5 to 15 values. Finer Oil Paintings IiirludInK many worla of famous American and European artlnts. $16 to $25 Picture now 'J5 Icm; !fl'5 to $50 Picture now 83i Iws. I'loturee up to $1,000 now 50 !. I FramflH Mirrnva Inst-Hcg French panel effects, many bIii. pea and slzta; some with picture. 1 to fill instead of 11.75 to $25. Framed Pictures Reproduction of tho most famom canvas of all times finely framed. 35c to 110 instead of 60c to $18. Sixth 71oer 1 & S El 0 a 0 & 0 a 0 SI 0 fj 0 9 0 s 0 0 SI 0 a 0 a 0 a 0 a 0 a 0 a 0 a 0 a 0 13 ate