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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
"BY WAY OF NEWARK,"
THEN SHOT BROTHER
Clerk Asked to Explain How
Weapon Was Procured by
who lire with their parents at No. 1.w
Watt Ninety-seventh street, has been
paroled In th custody of nil father.
Jmroes Casey, a dlerk for the Ifew
York Sporting floods Company. No. IS
Warren street, who li aocuaod of aell
Iruf firearms to a minor, was held to
day In 1600 baU for trial by Maertatrat
MoQuade In the Tomba Court The ar
reat Waa brought nboirt by Juatlce
Mayo of the Chlldren'e Court after the
anal foment before Mm of WaJtar Mc
BrJde. fifteen years old. rhrod with
nlasotin hla twalve-yeax-old brotliar
Walter McBrlde told that on Aug. 10
ha had gone to Lha aportlna; cooda atore
and bought a rifle, whloh he had hid
den In hla home. Later, he aald. he had
e-ona baok to buy a revolver, but wu
told by the olerk that If he would to
to a certain atore In Newark, N. J., tho
revolver would be delivered to him in
Now Tork. Thla. the iboy aald. ha did
On Nov. JT Wnlter Miggested to hla
5ouner brother that they have a Wild
West how. Ioula agreed, but aakad
wfcat they would do for guna.
-I-va got them, all right," rapiied Wal
or. Oolng to hli room, he pulled from
under hla bed .a calibre rifle and a
M, calibre revolver. He then produced
twe Delta, one of whloh contained
cartrld-.. I tnelr ,
WnJter fired the loaded revolver at hit
brother. The bullet lodged In his side
and the boy was removed to the I
Jlood Wright Hospital HI, condition
thara la aald to be critical.
Walter, who is one of tea ahlldran
Cel. Oorgaa galls far Kenador.
PANAMA, Dae. 4,-0Jeut.-Col. William
C. Oorgaa, Sanitary Officer ef the Cano.1
Zone, with hla staff, sailed to-day for
Guayaquil, where ha will Investigate the
anitary condition of the port at the
request of the Ecuedorenn Government
Hub-mark "Patrol" Rubbers
For Policemen, Postmen, Etc.
If you wear rubbers from one end of
the day to the other, you know it pays
to buy the best rubber tflat is made.
You need a ht-.ivy extra quality: no light
or medium weight rubtxr is designed to
meet the requirements of Policemen.
Postmen, Motormcn, Laborers and
Try Hub-Mark "Patrol" Rubbers
this Winter. The extra tough tap and
high-grade upper give them double the
lite of an ordinary rubber and make
them the most economical for hard,
constant wear. They are made by a
factory that has been in the business
(or sixty years and has always given
particular attention to the problem of
making rubbers to meet special con
ditions. Patrol Storm
Illustrations of various stylca of Hub
Mark rubbers are a, pearlna In the strta
cars. Hub-Mark rubber footwear la made
for all purposea for men, woman, boys
The llnh-Mark la Yonr Value-Mark.
If your deoer cannot supplv vot. write as
Boston Rubber Shoe Co.,
Christmas Club Offer
iLt3 feJBI, S3 MONEY DOWN I
Igjjjj ggL SI P R WEEK
ON v"kSl 5t p intu S!or & Clark'-
TfjjP "'g select any Ormsby Piano,
CLUB . : 7Tr si - ply try it in your
PLAN Igjfe IjjK rark' risk. Price
Over $ito l jFSg, TRY IT WITP
on Our Club Plan Iggyjifgfiii
New $400 Piano. $285 ..
aft a w s-a a-a Hi. . . . L
r,ew $4DU haver riano wi n rree musfc Rolls. $298 R
Kew 5J:&u Player nan: win tn music Rolls, $395
1 t rti c . j. r .. l-i.
rorc'a.isin a new Piano on Story & Cark C ub Plan vou uu t
than $100 on the i r'ce of ioir p ano. besides receivmg prl vate music
lessors free for one ear. On he CUD .lun vou can se ect an p ano
in our a'ge slock of rnos of various s andard makes and have same
Ml V. red In your i.ome at once. No dies, node ay. Small weekly
or month y ra.nientsto s .it. Pianos are limy guaranteed.
One Year's Course PRIVATE PIANO
LESSONS hy Graduate Tent-hen of
Music Absolutely Free with Purchase
of Any Piano. No Matter What Prior
SELECT YOUR XMAS PIANO NOW
This liberal club ofTrr is limited in lime, 10 select your piano at once
before It la too late. If you cannot call, write or telephone and we will
tend a special representative with full particulars.
STORY & CLARK PIANO CO.
12 & 14 West 32d St., New York
BUOOKLYN. 1100 Broadway & 4813 5th At. NEWARK, 101 Hulaey St
A Full Month's Interest
Dating from DECEMBER FIRST, will be
credited on January 1st on all deposits made
in our Interest Department '
On or Before DECEMBER 10th
at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum, if re
maining on deposit on January 1st.
GIMBEL BROTHERS, Bankers
Main Floor, Rear Balcony
The GIMBEL JEWELR Y and SIL VER STORE
Presents a Rich Fund of Christmas Suggestion
In Gifts of Quality at Prices Far from Costly
Here is a veritable Golconda of beautiful gift-things, any of which you can choose and give with full
assurance of its good taste, its reliable quality, and its fair price. For the Gimbel Jewelry and Silver Store
has already built up an enviable reputation for precisely these things.
Wide assortments in Jewelry and Silverware that will lastingly do the giver credit, and yet are far from
costly, are indeed three of the chief merits of this dazzlingly beautiful collection.
From the thousands of things with holiday fitness we suggest a few for the housekeeper, the school
maiden, the young man, the "best girl," be she mother, sweetheart or wife -for father, big brother or husband.
And many of these at prices made specially low for the occasion:
For Gray Skies or Blue
A Fine Christmas Display
This is a collection
for connoisseurs. We
set sail after every
thing that was most
beautiful, most un
usual, in designs of
the handles of the
umbrellas and in
the woods from
which the walking
sticks are made.
And now we in
vite you to see one
of the richest collec
tions in New York.
Here are WOMEN'S
heads of Damascus
steel, at $6 to $35; some with purse top at $16, with Handles ol
rhinoceros horn, mounted on malacca wood, at $15 and $20; of
rich Russian enamel, $6 to $15; and exquisite tops of Venetian
silver, on snakewood handles, at $20 and $25. Other slyles
include crystal at $12, and 14-k. gold-mounted at $9 to $50.
The UMBRELLAS for MEN are mounted with buck and
Cape Horn, rhinoceros horn, ivory and 14-k. gold and are
priced from $5 to $35.
COVERINGS and FRAMES are carefully selected for service,
at whatever price. And among the lower-priced Umbrellas there
is extraordinary variety for instance
100 Styles of Umbrellas at $2
All silk, and silk-and-linen; mnny kinds of handle?.
60 Styles of Umbrellas at $3
In the newest designs of handles; pure silk or silk-and-linen.
Over 100 Styles of Umbrellas at $5
In a beautiful assortment of handles, coverings of excellent silk.
Women's Colored Umbrellas at $2
I'arasols at $1.60 to $26.
Children's Parasols at $1 to $3.76.
Children's UmbrtUM at 7Tc to $3.
Dress Suit Case Umbrella.., $2 to
Riding Crops, $2 to $16.
The collection of MEN'S WALKING STICKS contains ar, equally largo
number of choice and unusual examples: including all the rarer woods; snake
wood inlaid with .silver in UtliQlM designs, rhinoceros h ra and other styles, at
$1 to $60. Fine M ilacca Walking Sticks are $36 to $60, and a set of Umbrella
and Cane, m -mated in 14k. gold, is $100. Main Floor
New Colors in These
Petticoats of Silk
$2.95 and $3.95
Ever so many shades of green, but as the brilliant emerald
is the favorite you will probalily prefer a Petticoat of that
rich color. So many shades of rose that for a moment the
collection seems like a veritable garden of beautiful blooms.
Besides, there are many tones of blue, brown und pray.
And, of course, white and black.
Quite the prettiest style has a shaped flounce banding
that is tucked at intervals, and is edged with a narrow side
pleated ruffle. This style in chiffon taffeta is $3.95.
Festoons of narrow pleating make a $3.95 messaline style
The silk Jersey top model at $2.96 fastens with a placket
at the side, and is trimmed with a deep pleated ruffle of
Other Petticoats in an extensive assortment, various
prices up to $25. Second Floor
Solid Gold Jewelry
Cigar Cutters (illustrated),
two patterns, in Roman gold, at
$1.60, usually $.. Other styles,
$2.50 to $4.25; with full-cut
Pocket Knives, for end of vest
chain, solid cold handles and ring IW
four fine steel blades. $2, usually $11. lit).
A very special design, set with full
cut diamond, $5 ana $5.26.
Tie Clasps, large size for mono
gram, $1, usually $1.75; plain Roman
gold finish, set with diamond, $2.76.
Solid Gold Cuff Links, in plain
Roman ami fancy patterns, at $1.60
pair, usually $2.
Signet Rings, solid gold, in a
uni(uc design, (illustrated), $7.60,
Cont Chains, 60c to $2
Ribbon Fobs, $1 to $3.60
Metal Fobs, $2 to $6
Kay Chaine, $2.60 to $3.76
Cuff Links, 60c to $2
Tic Clasps, 60c to $1.26
I'earl Vest Sets, $3 to $8.60
Scarf Tins, 26c to $9
Cut Crystal Lorgnette Chains, with
125 crystals, real nim-nv tal, chain (il
lustrated i, at $2.60, usually $5.
(It her styles 76c to $0.
Real (iun-metal Ring Mesh Purse,
COc, usually 1,
Other styles $1 to $7.60.
Real gun-metal Memo Tablets, 60c,
Imported Slipper Duckies, oxidized
and platinum finish, rhinestones and
colored settings, 60c pair, usually $'(.
German Silver Mesh Hags, ring I
mesh, fancy pendant ornaments, $2,
Long Jeweled Chains, gold-plated
and platinum gray, sapphire, ruby,
amethyst, crystal and emerald, 60c,
French or Inexpensive
La Vallieres in sterling silver, set
with fine small rhinestones and dainty
color, d pendants. $3.60 $32.60.
Solid Gold Jewelry
Handy Pins, in English or
Roman gold finish. $1, usually
Gold Rings, set with coral, in
cameo design illustrated, from Flor
ence, Italy, at $2.60, usually $5;
$3.60, usually $7, and $3.76, usually
7."i0 - all Mil price.
Same design in sterling silver, at
$1.60, usually $2.50.
Girls' Single - stone Diamond
Rings, full cut, in a beaut ifi 1 pure
white and very brilliant, plain or
f ncy, l t-kt. gold mountings, at $10,
Solid Gold Bracelets, hand-engraved,
at $2.60, usually $3.75.
Other styles, $4-76 to $26.
Pendants, solid gold, with real
Baroque pearl, at 60c, usually $1;
at $1.60, usually $4.25; at $3, usually
Men's Solid Oold Signet Scarf
Pint, at 60c, usually 75c.
Solid Oold Brnochai. set with
rubies and sapphires, $3.60, usually
$7.50; at $2, usually .f ; ....
Bos Pins, famy designs, at $6,
Watches, in sterling silver,
I with very small seven-jewel
movement , at $6, usually $9.
Men's Elgin Watches, in l'J-slzc,
open-face, 7-jewel and guaranteed
20-year gold case, hinged back and
inner dust cap, at $8.50, usually 110.60
The same Watches, in 15-jewel,
$11.60, usually $1:1.60.
German Silver Jewelry
Powder Hoxes, plain polished, thin
Powder Boxes, plain polished, with
plush and spring, $2.
Vanity UMOS, with compart
ment for coins and powder" and
lined with wistaria moire, for in
visible hairpins, etc., at $2, usu
Coin Holders, for one to four coins,
plain polished or etriped, BOc to$2.
Meal) Baca, unliiwd, new frinitd
bottom, unbreakable mesh, fancy
frames, $3 to $5.60.
Memo Pads and lVncils, 60c,
Drawstring Purses, 75c, usu
In Sterling Silver
C o i ii Holders,
$1.25 to $10.60.
Lip Salve, 76c
11.26 to $6.60.
Casta, $10, usu
Kilted V anity
Caw s.at $0.60.
usually $18.50 1
CInratte Cases, $7.50 to $35.
Match Itoxes, 76c to $9.
Pocket Knives, 76c to $C.50.
Cigar Cutters, $1 to I, 50.
Cigar Lighu-rc, $3 t $11.60.
Photograph Trame?, in many
styles, sizes and shapes! oval, plain,
36c t $36 ; engraved, .3.f.0t.. $30.
Vases, silver-etched, glass - lined,
$1.60 to $37.60.
Silver Deposit Vases, $2.25 to $14.76
Siher Deposit Water Pitchers
$5.50, usually $7.80, .
Ot her styles, $2.60 to $18.76.
Decanters, $6 to $13.60.
SHcial Perfume Hottles, 60c, usu
Many shapes rnd designs, $1 to
Buga and Cream Bffta, $1.25,
Toast Racks, special at 50c,
usually 75c. Other styles, at
$1 to $5.60.
Bon-bon Dishes pierced in-many
styles. Copied from real silvft. 60o
Hllvfr - p!m1 Hunflwr-h Trsrs.
piercer! In new .mm. SS.SS, muslljr
Casters, fine pierced designs, glass
bottles, sjiecial at $3.
Suga- and Cream Seta, thread
edge, at $6, usually $7.
Other models up to $29 set.
Sandwich Trays, new pierced de
signs, $0 to $32.
Fruit Howls, in saw-pierced designs,
$16 to $26.
Salt Hottles, all sterling silver
mounted, 76c to $2.76. special, with
etched or engraved top, $1, usually
Special Silver - plated Atomizers;
won't leak, to carry as a vanity case in
purse or bag, $1.
Kgg Cups, individual, with spoons,
Knglish Sugar and Cream Set s. $2 .28.
V'enna Water Sets, silver plated
wire designs; many have full large
handles to carry, $16 to $28.
Har Pins, lace designs in all the
newest shaH'sset with rhinestones and
pearls, $3.60 to $15.
liar I'lns. silver plHteil. rlilne
Motiea and fun-'y
V n I I I e r e s, In
case, at 75c, 1111
Broochea, tn cir
cles, anruvs ari'l
fancy sealsissi in
rhinostonoa a n .1
colored t o n e
SI t S03.
I, o r m n t t a
rthalns of etertine
silver, with 11
nt S3, i mil. l, I in i
Hon - Hon Han.
keta to. 78 to
H i iTid Triya.
SH.UO In ISO.
'like Trt n. $13
to 1 18.
SB to sas. i
u mm k-'jvp
mm 1: i
Tea Strainers, special
strainer with hanii
resin nil Kl.iss tiowl
r I 111 rlllustrutxili.
SI, 11 h u 11 I I y 1 1 AO
litlier styles, Coo t
tins with Sim ,111 S3,
Other pat terns. $4.78
r.XK Heta of 4 or ( f!ups.
K- n on 111. h. BIO o B1U.SO.
Spt-i'Ul nimlets ut $7.80 to
In the (tIMUKL 11)1 STOKE Arww-twlve months in the year
Am , iasrii f-i j the Gimbel Crystal Store Is now at hoiiii
Great Military Encampment I Its spreading space contains over
For th Rnvi Who Love to Plav SnlaJIaava bunctred open-stock patterns in
for me Doya nnowveio nay 910Mr I Table Glassware, In every state and
The war elouds have settled oyer the 1 oy Store. The ffreat shape, and for every occasion, from
tov army has been mobilized, ana long columns of troops are the plain water tumblers for th
marching to the front from every direction. It is a splendid kitchen at 60c a dozen, to the
superb banquet service of rock
crystal, hand-engraved by FriLsche,
Table Crystal and Out Glass
In a Scintillating Christmas Display
of the few great and particularly beautiful collections of Glassware in New York.
nt i' i zp i'h of splendor,
i i i
ooy w'io uxei
and long columns of
spectacle, fit to stir the martial blood of every
First there are the lead soldiers- as fine a
we have ever seen. Every
Ivanch of the service and prac
t ically every nation that has an
army is represented.
For instance, there are Ameri
can, British, French, German,
Italian, Russian, F?t Indian
and other soldiers infantry,
artillery, signal corps, hussars,
dragoons, lancers, and so on, and
prices are from 60c to $18 a set.
Complete Sets of Artillery- witn soldiers, horses awl Kun, $2 to S8.50 sat,
And there are complete Ambulitnce Corps st $2 und $2.50.
Then there are Lead Soldier Sets of Boy Scouts, Infantry, Sail om, Indians,
Roman Warriors, Knights, Crusaders, East Indians and the like, and prices
range from $1.76 to $18.
Cannons of all sorts, of course grim-looking ones that shoot harmless
rubber sticks, 60c to $3.26
Iron Cannons that shoot sticks and pnper balls, at 26c, 60c and 76c.
Fine Field Guns, perfect models for shooting caps, rubber tips or powder
$1.60 to $10.60 each.
Aeroplane Stationary Cannons, breach-loading, $6; other Stationary Can
nons, $3.60; Wooden Cannons on wheels, at 60c to $3.26
Other weapons too Swords, 10c to $12 eseh; Wooden Rifles, 26c to 78c;
Air Rifles, 60c to $1.60; Top-guns, 26c and 60c.
r orts in various styles, Irom 60c, to
Don't Fail to Take the
Chi'dren to See Santa
It la one of the great holiday
sights of the City. They will
go wild with delight over the
Polar Bears' Store, t&e Village
Fire Brigade in action, the
rewirrinf Animals and other
mechanical toi la ction.
In the Auditorium, Bigtuii
wtle, at $22.
diers special at $16. And many other
things of military nature making a
Soldier Uniforms, for the boys to
wear, 60c to $7. Fourth Floor
a fine largo foreign i
Large Forts, with set of I,ead
WOnaenUi collection mat win uengnt
And besides the Table Glassware
you will find a vast number of
decorative articles that will make
gifts of much charm- -such as Table
Decorations, Wine Sets, Trinket,
Sets, Marie Antoinette Baskets,
Dr. Johnson l'unch bowls, lem
onade Sets and many others.
Some special indications with a
Cut Glass airtleiti
Deeply Cut on Pure Crystal Blanks.
Salad or Fruit liowls, our own de-
Celery Trays, dep cut border and
Knglish bands, $3.76.
Jugs, 3 j pints, cut handle, our spe
cial design, $6.76.
Crystal Ice Cream Trays, deep oval
Orange or Tut Fnet Bowls, oval
shape, our sjiecial designs, $12.76.
l'unch liowls OR foot, ur own de-
Elcctrk- Lamps, l'2-inch bowl cover,
r.!! connections, und in very rich de
Table Centres for short stem flow
ers, special design, $16.76.
Kern Dishes, with silv: r-pliited lin
ing, our own special cutting, $6.76.
Jugs for wa r, claret or lemonade,
tall shaiie, our special design, $16.
Vases, 14-inch high, in aoUSfl shaie,
rose anil deep cut Te-it'ii, $18.
Choees P la tea with cover, our own
Sugar and Craara Bats, full size,
special design. $4.60.
:t00 Kern Seta, complete with Cut
Class liish, silver-plated lining, Kern
and Plateau, $3.76.
400 v i... or 'omonade Sets, large
Jug, richly cut, 6 Ttmniii t8 ""stch
und IsVinsh Mirror Tray. $3.76.
Crystal Table Sets
At Special Christmas Prices
An encrusted gold band Service
)2doz. Goblets at $16 dot.
doz. Chi.tnpagnes ut $16 doa.
$l'i.ri() doz. Clarets at $12 doz.
K.50 doz. Cocktails at $12 doz.
$11.50 doz. Cordials, at $10 doa.
$l.r doz. Water Qlaaaea, at $11 doa.
$11,511 doz. Whiskey Classes, $8.76.
A Baoearat Crystal Service, bell-
shapad, Renaiatanoa cut
$7 doz. (toblets ut $5 doz.
$! doz. Clarets at $1.26 doz.
$5.50 doz. Wined at $3.96 doz.
Icn t'llvaera, pnrrclsln-llnsd, new
inountlnss. SO, tiaually 910.
Hllvpr-tilatrJ Tea Mats, naw slisrte.
Sl to ass.
feitaal Trays, 011.SO to $0.
Hclaanra Rats. In rnl aapphlrs. blue,
dirk arran, vloUt iiml bkach leather
i' aa.aa tn $7 an.
Manlcurr Hata. In tilivk. red aivd
srr. u Ipathrr raara. all ntted with lm
limvert aterl. $l.as IS SIS aat
I ..11I I'ui-kvt Knlva, Knallah end
(lerman atar i, to hlailaa nr full con
i'ii. in.. 1. of 21 blarlrs. SOe to $30.
Kius Pnckrt Knlvaa. from twe te
full oomalaetles). aa to ai.TS.
i v o
J '"mmW trated).
Krr ni h Ivnry Clocks, new model;
tin' i Mm.! ...i with snld or steel
with s-old o
hamfa, i.,i at S3, uaually tt.50.
Kreneh Ivory Clruka, In many new
shapca Sl.M to $14.
Novelty ClouSs, lirara. sun-matal
ami aiehel; iimny naw ahadas and
BlaeSi with alarma. All our own
as. so to sa.
leak r'loi-ka, ellver. brass and aun-
Ko-tal. ai.as to $a.BO.
Calilnat Cln.-ks. sJa it-day, mahoaany
ami onk. Ktrlka hour ano: half-hutv.
I4.ro to 818.50.
(?abnsl a Clorka. Sttika on
thr oiisrlar hour. SIS to t34.
Cryatal Itrkiilalorx. alshi-day. All
the 1.1 teat ahuiiaa and flnishee. S14VSS
ilrandrathcr's ClOUkB, ehlmtna tha
hour unit titlf-hour. $40 to $131
wi. . niiiS-rinn.iirHi i .irvins nma, j-piwa,
. 1 1 . . t.. .1 . ...... -1 a 1 ..
r. 1 .inn .... m m , ,.h, v-iii.
blade ' beat lmiortil atael. at $SJUM
an. I SS.TS. uaually I . i and Is. 76.
Others S4.SO to sas.
Ht.is-li nulled Carvlns Hata. l-plaoa,
aterllhs allvar farriilrs, S3.SS set.
1'eai I-liitnillr-rt Meillum Knlrae at $S
set. uaiuilly 114.
reurl-liiinillpil Sarvlns I'lacas. aurar
apoon, plr-kla forka, aanllne forks and
tra s .mi'". oOo to 7So, uaually 76c. to
i . ,.rl li ii 'l.-.i Knlvra ami Porke, In
wooilen oheeta, from t knlvaa and
forks, at $18, to una with 1) knlvaa,
II forka: I aalad aet, I plarea- 1
i'h,ae acooli: 1 rita knlf. '" ..iu
11.80. ' carvlns art. ut $100, Mala Tloor.
$o.50 doa. Cocktails at $4.60 doa.
$5 doz. Cordials at $3.76 doa.
A Bohemian Engraved Service, with
$:!.:.'. doz. UobleU at $2 doa.
12 46 doz. Clarets at $1.70 doa.
' '' : doz. Champagnm at $2 doa.
$'J lit doz. wiwU at f 1.60 doz.
$2.10 doz. Cocktails at $1.S6 doa.
$1.95 doz. Cordials at $1.4$ doz.
An Knglish Rock Crystal Service
$76 doz. Cnblci :, at $26 doa.
$65 SOB, Clarets at $20 doz.
$65 doz. Cocktails at $20 do.
$70 doz. Champagnes at $26 doa.
$55 Cordials at $16 doz.
1- Kngraved Tumblers in whit
12 Ciold-engraved Tumblers, pack
ed in boxes, $3.76.
12 Baccarat Tumblers in boaes.tl.TI
12 Thin Tuinb!er.-i, with any Old
Kngliih initial, packed in white glaxed
boxes, 60c. fifth Floor