THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER B, 1922
For A Day
r . r rtU-
; oy rvoger oaicnciacr.
Ji" Womtn of thes United States who
'tellve that their lot Is not quite bo
"t 'cosd m It might be should listen to
M. Hcrrlngtom an American who
"upM lived abroad for many years, and
fwhoae home town now la Paris.
,JV "The Rttltudo of the European to
ja ward women Is so entirely different
from ours that It Is almost Incom
prehensible," he said at the Pennsyl
vania. "The laws of European coun
tries were made especially for men,
"particularly lu rejrard to divorce, and
iwomen iave less chance to assert
Hhelr rights and obtain them. Rut It
Ms a strange fact that the European
" man treats the American woman with
,the deference which she naturally ex
iM'pects. ' "The European woman, however, Is
"essentially a home-maker, and her
chief concern la her family. She
r.manaffos her husband as efficiently as
fiber husband does his office. I have
, lived In Prance for thirty years, and
i I realize how thrifty the French are;
' the Frenchwoman can mako her
, money go further than any one else
iiln the world.
1 "The pleasures of the French are
, ot so strenuous as ours. For In--'
stance, I have seen a native linger for
, half an hour over his glass of wine
'while watching the crowds go by on
, l.tha boulevard. Could you lmaglno an
American doing this? The peorile
there live In their parks and entire
6 families spend hours there every
i HOT BAY 8TATE POLITICS.
' . . "Massachusetts has never had such
tiuccltemnnt before election as at this
time," asserted H. Roy Carpenter, at
the Commodore, from Boston. "There
.iare more candidates for the office than
aver before and few voters are able
to pick the best man from tho multl
. Uude of aspirants far the less Impor
, "There has been considerable anl
us between the present Lieut. Gov.
"Fuller and Sheriff Warner, whom he
"defeated two years ago after a bitter
attack. The past struggle, rather
. than present conditions, Is the basis
;on which each are. contending for the
,' primary nomination, which will be de
cided next Tuesday.
"Campaign bitterness came to a
climax last -week when Gov. Cox was
' publicly assailed by adherents of the
present District Attorney, who Is run
sing for nomination as Governor. Mr.
'Cox took tho platform alono In
Fanuell Hall and defended himself In
' 'a masterly fashion. But all these
vents have caused considerable re
gret among tho voters of tho State,
who prefer a placid and fair election
. - tor every one."
j . THE ENGLISH KEEP COOL.
'Despite the many American archi
tectural features -which England has
"adopted toy wholesale, tho English
. people still cling to the old grate fire.
and cannot bo tempted by radiators,
; according to Craig MacDowcll of
'(Pittsburgh, at tho Martinique.
,p "Central heating plants seem un
able to gain a foothold," Mr. Mac
;rowell said. "The Britisher explained
'that tho grate fire Is moro choerful
- .and test stuffy than any other heating
-incdlum. Now flats under construc
tion, however, are otherwise designed
In American fashion, with -a multitude
pf work-saving devices. They am
'planned to be rented unfurnished, but
- jWlth up to date sanitary appliances,
and electric conveniences in the kit-
' 4, A NOVEL FUEL PROBLEM.
Jf We who are worrying about a re
frlgerated houso this winter can hard
,( .:ljr (understand tho action of East Tcn-
Aacsseo folk, who, Thomas A. Pratt ot
.Klngsport. now at the Murray Hill,
,'ttlls us, are kicking becauso tlioy
must get coal from their own Fuel
&.i"Many have been forced to close
idown, although the Fuel Admlnlstra-
tor-has granted them some coal," ho
explained. "They have been getting It
from Southwest Virginia, whose mines
'are within a 100-mile radius. Of
course. It has been cheaper thun coal
fy, fr6m the Tennessee fields, which are
'irom auu 10 4110 miies away. i no
Fi'.peoplo are trying to get a spoclul
oraor rrom wasmngion allowing mem
to get their coal from the usual
. -eourcc. "
Aav is Franciico LaouarAia, ttho is
at the BUtmore. Jits home town,
Buenos Avres, of which he is Chief of
Police. s about 6,000 wiles from
Th ''Food Drink'
for All Age
Quick Lvinch at Home, Office, tad
Knnntalna. Atk for HOIZUCJCS.
&kri& Imitation 4 Sakiilii!
to your druggist
The simplest way to end a
corn Is Blue-jay. A touch
stops the pain Instantly. Then
the corn loosens and comes
out. Made in a colorless
clear liquid (one drop does
itl) and in extra thin plas
ters. The action is the same.
Pain Stops Instantly
Grease Spot . ,
Fluid instantly re
moves grease spots
how fine or deli
cate,withoutinjury to color or texture.
Darn or Explode
I Behoves GreAse Spots'
wsnon nuuir u isdtk or euor
r S&k Teeth Without Pla'tee
1 Sara Decayed
adly Decayed Teeth and Roofs Care-
luuy utracted. Teeth Thoroughly Cleaned,
5KT5 Or TEETH
Gold and Porcelain Crewnt.
Dridsework. Filling and Inly
of Gold, Silver and Porcelain.
Made at Reasonible Prices.
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CltOCOlateSPCMt Assorted special
Covered Fruit ana Jj,
Raisin Clusters gtcrcups ftc
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32ND STREET BROADWAY 33RD STREET NEW YORK CITY
Great September Sale
of CHINA Is On!
GIMBELS CHINA SHOP Fifth Floor
Ushering in a New Era of
Fashion by the Formal Autumn
TODAY AND THE WEEK
Premieres Modes des Grandes Modistes
A Summary of the Best of Paris
Creations Designed Exclusively
for Gimbel Brothers; Creations
Interpreted by Gimbel Brothers.
Paris Mpdel Hats at
Less Than Cost.
$28 to ?55
in Paris Materials.
$18.50 to $55
GIMBELS MILLINERY SALON Third Floor
Arrived! A Great New Shipment
Of Fine ORIENTAL RUGS
From prayer rugs to hearth ruga. From
Eastern temples to Western homes. Deep,
glowing tones ot red. And at small prices:
$29.50 $37.50 $47:50
" 2.3 to 3.6 ft. wido. 4 to 5.6 ft. long.
Fine Mosul Rugs
Hugs timc-mellowcd. Rugs newly come
from far Eastern looms. Chosen for quality.
Destined for generations of service. Priced
in this wonder-collection but little above
our own short-lived domestic rugs. Every
thing from small scatter sizes to great
room-sized Chinese carpets.
Blueand Gold CHINESE RUGS
9 x 12 Feet : Room Size : $225
GIMDELS ORIENTAL RUG STORE Sixth Floor
SALE! Gimbels Importation
of Fine Metal Brocades
Exquisitely Embroidered in Gold and Silver on
Daintily Tinted Chiffon and Georgette Grounds
Glorious the colorings of thus beautiful Brocades. They seem to have absorbed
the beauty ot the sunshine the radiance of the rainbow the brilliance of the
moonlight. Magnificent the designs. The cleverest artisans of France have
exerted their utmost Ingenuity to produce designs that are uniquely different from any
that have been presented before. And they have succeeded 1 For never before has
such a wealth of beauty been gathered together In a showing of Metal Brocades.
Gimbels "Headquarters for Metal Brocades."
Pure Irish linen satin damask
cloths. Napkins to match 'em,
too. They're of soft finish
linen, In round designs pat
terns good quality good. Note
the prices 1
70x 70 Inches, $5.50
70x 90 Inches, $7.00
70x108 Inches, $8.25
Napkins 22x22 Inches
Dozen - - 57.00
Fine Irish Linen
70 Inches Wide
Linen of heavier quality in at
tractive floral, designs. Deeply
GIMBELS Second Floor
A most attractive and efficient
service section. Each room
completely equipped and you
Manicure Marcel Wate
Our Permanent Wave System
Brings Good Results.
We carry exclusively "Yvette"
Quality Hair Goods.
Hair Dytlnt a Specialty.
GIMBELS Street Floor Balcony
Values! TheSeptemberSaleof HOUSEWARES
and CHINA Features These in Housewares
Alaska Make Refrigerators
Quaker Maid Cabinet,
oak finished, Kvery
conveni- CQK r7f
enco - - -ipOO. I V
Side leer; white
31 Ins. wide
17 ins. deep
43 ins. high
23 ins. wide
17 ins. deep
51 ins. high
at Bottom Prices
Side leer; white
31 ins. wide
17 Ins. deep
43 ins. high
Side leer; porce
lain lined, cork
32 ins. wide
19 ins. deep
44 ins. high
6 burners; Broiling
oven; porcelain drip
WASHING DISHES GREAT!
In tho Otomatik Dishwasher washes with the &c a w
waterpower of any faucet. Washes cleanl And dries. pZ4.0U
HOUSEHOLD CHAMOIS: LESS
First quality. For polishing windows, mirrors, -g q
silver, brass. For autos and a hundred uses. LO C to JpA.UO
NO C. O. D'S. GIMBELS NEW KIND OF HOUSEFURNISHI NG STORE Fifth Floor
SALE! 1000 All-Wool
Pants for School Boys
8 TO 18
S I Z E S'
8 TO 18
Actual Value Much More
Extra pants that's what the school boy needs. What tho
real boy needs. Pants in which he can be as rough-and-tumble
as he likes without fear of consequence? Here's
a sale of fine pants GREATLY UNDERPRICED. A
large assortment of all-wool Tweeds, Herringbones, Mix
tures and Cassimeres. In Brown, Gray, Green Tan and
Black and White.
Each Pair Lined Throughout
Finely Made and Cut Full.
GIMBELS BOYS' CLOTHING SHOP Fourth Floor
Shadow Proof Petticoats
The Climax in a Petticoat Value
28 to 36
An extraordinary Petticoat for the price. Of white taffetlne
(an excellent cotton material); they are handsomely embroi
dered in silky floral designs. Scalloped edges or deep hems,
also embroidered. Double panels and clastic waist bands.
Gvmnasium cnP'ete assortment of these comfort-
. able garments for all athletic sports:
BlOOmerS lor Made exceptionally well and cut full.
School Or Sateon (black) - $1.2S
c . r Surf Cloth (black) $1.95
bportS Wear Serge (navy or black) $2.95
GIMBELS PETTICOAT SHOP Second Floor
ADVANCE SALE I
Lined Corduroy Robes
and Breakfast Coats
$3.95 $6.95 $9.75
SIZES 86 to 44.
New attractive styles in corduroy
Robes and breakfast Coats; made of
lovely, velvety wido wale corduroy
in the season's newest models, lined
throughout with dotte"d seco silk;
smart pockets and girdles of self
In most charming of colors
verbena, Copen and wistaria.
Other unlined models very
attractive exceptionally low
priced for this advante sale.
GIMBELS Second Floor
Enroll Now for a Course of Lessons in
Gimbel School of Dressmaking
The Fall Session Opens
September 12: 6 Lessens: $4.00
by an expert,
Five Sessions Dally
A. M. 9 and 10:30 o'clock
P.M. 1,2:30 and 4 o'clock
Enroll at Pattern Shop GIMBELS Second Floor
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