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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
OF BRIBER FAINTS
AT HIS SENTENCE
Falls Bcfori Statue of Justice
as She Hears Hake Bund
.'iaili' .X.llo.i OK Of NO. M4 flfMj
i rofesaiewal bondsman and a
Hrmtl areata of tha ran: iu la mi I
I'M polii.i-a; and Judicial, sjaa Oi-iIsa i
"iin ..ed t '.I nailer lii.ff to not aaj
:nn nvn jrj: MMrl1Hl raw Wlj
and a naif !n n.rg lng foi ai'rsni.ird I
HftNMIon l.ui : .n .1 pioiiiineni BtUfan
amui (iir Pllatlnal four I a for in.ui,
1 ears u a jii vrefSfohal nilMiiaii II. a
'l alnj'. iae boualu him into ...nun
wilh Criminals anil .-rooks of iha low-
at nrdrr. In hi. tn-.iiuoi hood h naa
a boot) looked up o and Ma fam
ily hini,:,v reepectafi, KM twenty-
"rariold iaUfhter, h la p.etly and
M ilh, an acarww .-dgril liai'.r of ili and
sTart. ii n court Khan htr fathri
" of llw MM Haluinoa otad In hia
work aboal tha "aurtt ii Frank Bar.
Btn f No. Mi:ald at anna, Conay
Island. July I laat l.oula Ha imatin
hrld up tha night t lrk nt tlir Dotal
Hoy foi llt i Itj IfMnfl waa causlit and
arm tor Salomon to si I a boo. I Bates
HMM produced Raruarl. who qual nril
for a li.on bond, ,. . -ik.tik lila for.i-y
tolaad home, llr more ho waa on no
othai bond, with thr same eei-nrlty.
The DlllrlttAttorBr'a utTWa dlaotarrd
tnat he had given thr luoprrly on Ibftt
Ihdr bonda. Me waa convicted ot
I'.o h'J.im. ware begun for foi failure
of the bond and Partial Honay of the
MMftoUAttdTtWy'l office took the papera
to oerve on Rari.ail. Salomon offrred
him 13 not :o arv the papara. Honey
raporred thtl to Mi human and waa
iriatrnclnl to receive iha money. Salo
mon I'Assril Mm flO In the preaence of
tnree drtrctivrs and waa arrestm! and
later convicted of attempted bribery.
(Mark I.. Jordan, Salnincn'a attorney,
made a plea before Juatlca Goft for
"All be leniency poasfble haa baen
h own to you." said Juatlca liufT, ad
dreaalng the prlaonar. "You wera
.-narked with attempted bribery when
you were really guilty of bribery. You
hare been n mena to the admlnlstra
tlon of Justice: for many yeara. You
hgva been associated with atraw bonds
man nnd have furnished atraw bonda
ouraelf. The inaalmum punishment 1
caa Inflict upon you la five yeara.
Therefore 1 semen a you to not lees
than two nor mote than foui and one
Salomon sank ;n'n a seat wltn hla
head hurled on hla breaat. Hla pretty
daughter aioae and with tremhllnr limb
made her way to the door and out Into
the corridor. 8he fell !n a dead faint
at iha foot of the jtatiie of Justice.
WOGAN QETS'JOB BACK.
(art Oaeta Haarerlj From Iktef
l lerltahlp la klasl !.
By a decision of the Appellate lilvl-
',6n of the Supreme Court of Klnga
County handed ilon to-iloy Thornae
P, Woven. li.Miiociallr laaUer of tha
Nlntii Assembly District, Brooklyn, geta
back hla tT.uOfi Job aa chief clerk In
i lie "Idea of the Klnga County Clark.
The ilecialon ouala John T KafTeity,
Hep .1.11. an .aader of I. ia Twelfth ll-trlct
Charles Devoy, who waa elected
County Clerk on tha Kepubllcaiv ticket
in l1l, dlamlaaed WXigatt and p)t Haft
fertv In a- chief clerk. IVogmi want
Into the courts to right fin Ttla'jnb, and
luatlee Heuadtct decided that he would
iilit be renin e I except on chargaa.
Itaffei ty appealed, but held the job un
der an arrangement by which be waa
to divide the aHlarv with Vogan If
ogan ahould eventually win out. To
day'a declalnn wlnda up the me
New Method of
Good Newt From Paris
A nwa It!., from Pari, tnforma us that
(h Amr1t:an mvttaod o prmlurlnfl Urn.
trim ripTitrft l inttnii with BMMHIlltl
cmi. Thla -iilni, nhU h haa mad ucta a
wondarful Intpmaplun ov ar there, muat t
tha dMarmola Y'ranrrliitloii Tablet method
I rvduclng fat. tt la aaTa aj av tha: ffl
hivt nothlnc battel for thti purpoaa tn
thla country. Anything that will redu'e
th m.m flaah a pound a day without
Injury to tha atomach, tha ccualng of
wrlnklaa. tha help of atervlaln or dlatlnc,
or Inter'eren. with ona'a maala ta ft
nilfhty Important and uaaful addition to
-lvll1aatlon'a nacraeltla. Juat tmch a cat
aloffV of good result, howovar. follow the
uae of thaae plaaaant. barintaae and aco
nomlcal Httla fat rndueara. We aav aco
nomtcal bacauaa Marmola lrearrlptloti
Tablata 1 made In aoordan a with tha fa-
moua praacriptlon. can ba obtained of any
drugalai or th makfre. tha .uariitoia o.
Farralr Bldg.. Datrott. Mich.. rW aavaanty
five renta tha larae caaa. a hlh la a de
t tdedly avonomlcal prlca. conaldarlna the
nuro!ar o' tabiati earh caa oniaiiia.
The R.x.11 Stores
Fill Your Drug Store
Needs Saturday at
These Special Prices
si.oo Givco TbymaUne 73c
si.oo LMeriiu 59c
si.oo Alkalol 65c
JOC AiUiphlogibline 37c,
1 ,oo Beott'i Bmulilon 69c
$.(x Russell's Uinuliion 71c,
si.oo Herptcide 74c;
SOc Sal Hepatia 37c
:5c Papes' Cold Cure 20c,
Stv Diapepsin 39c
sk- Poslam 45c
so; Pincx 39c
m.oc) Malted Milk 74c
Jtl.(X) Brown Selier 69c
25c l.yon'sTooth Powder. 12c
25c Sanitol Tooth Powdeil2c
25c Park's Cold Creain,13c
5()c Hind's Honey and Al
mond Cream 27c
5oc LaBlache Face Pow
25c Mermen's Talcum. . . 12c
25c Sozodont Tooth Pow
RUBBER GOODS DRUG SPECIALS
50c Bradley Mufikfl
50c Huhbfr Clovit, all sizs.
1 Pound Abiorbtnt Cotton.
S2.:5 American Beamy
Guaranteed 2 Years.
$2.:S American Beauly
Asplrip 't ablets, loo in bot
If v..,.-.:... : 69c
Cascara Tablets too in bottle. 19c
1 ii'nij Tftblftl, 5 grain, 1(X)
in bottle 49c
5c Witch ldael, full quart. -27c
90C Uart Pure Olive Oil..74c
75c Ouart Pure Cud Ijver Oil, 63c
60c Milk Chocolate
Cot tee Pecans, lb. .
4oc Chocolate cov
ered Caramels, lb. .
4oc Chocolate Gov
60c Astor assorted ja
Chocolates, lb ', . . . Os7C
ooc V ienna bonbons,
assorted, lb' .... 7C
Assorted Hard Can-fC
dies, lb UQ
40c Barr's Saturday Candy, lb. 29c
A Feast of Good News for Saturday in the
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE at GIMBELS
The Blouse Shop Has
Planned Two Important
Events for Tomorrow
First, th January White Sale will present
some charming new styles and except tonal qual
ities. The de Medici Collar Rlouse, whose V
neek is artistically joined with ribbon velvet;
the Frill Blouse, with high stock and turn-over
collar, edged with narrow pleating; that is hem
stitched in color; Bulgarian Blouses, and ever so
many other new styles. Altogether, these are
Lingerie Blouses at $1.26
0, $3, $3.95 and $6
The Annual Clearance Sale is responsible for
worth-while savings in Chiffon Dress Blouses.
A large variety of styles, in navy, taupe, green,
brown, Hack and white.
Chiffon Blouses at $2.95 and $3.96
Regularly $6 to $6.96
Men Need New Hats
They're doing it all the time ; and for those whose need happens
to coincide witr this January Clearance, there are fine savings
on a variety of styles, although sizes are somewhat broken.
$6 and $8 Austrian Velour Hats at $4
Our oirect import, excellent styles, in black, brown and grav.
$2.60 and $3 English Tweed Hats at $1.60
In an assortment of good-looking mixtures when properly
creased make becoming Hats for young men.
$3 Soft Hats at $1.96
English and American, and including some chinchillas. Also
a group of seconds of $3 and $4 Derbies, at the same price, $1 .96
Important Toy Store
Children's Furniture, Dolls' Baby Carriages and other
wheeled Toys enter the clearance at sharply reduced prices.
With cane seau and backs, ..ome veneered, in earlv Eng
$6 and $7
$3 and $3.35
$1.80 and $2.00
Morria Chairs $6
Combination High Chairs $12
Plain Hit Chaffs $8.50
Infanta' Chairs, with Tray $5
Arm Chairs and Rockers $5 and
Mission Rockers and ('hairs. $2.50 and
Karpen Overstuffed Rockers $18
Keed Arm Lnaira and Mocking
Chain. $.1.50 to $5 $3 and $3
Wheeled and Other Toys
Rocking and Swinging Horses. $12 to $22 $7 and $15
Automobiles, upholstered seats.
rubber tired wheels $10.60
Patrol Wagon $12
Auto Racers, two extra tires $19
MorrisChairs, leather cushion $2
Extension Tables $3.50 and $5.50
Wooden Rocking Horaes $.1 and $8.50
Rocking nnd Swinging Shoofliea $6 and $7
Cabriolets, imported $22 to $30
Dolls' Pullman Sleepers $12 to $18
$3.60 and $3.60
1.60 and $1.75
3 and $3.60
$13 and $10
$8.60 to $16
Of course, that means
small prices to clear them
unlaundered; some hand
embroidered; six for 7Cc;
usually 90c and $1.
kerchiefs, slightly mussed,
at 35c to $1 each, usually
50c to $2.50.
some letters missing, in
white and colors; six for
$1, usually $1.25 and $1.50.
60o for jii 15 GimbcJ Roal Hair
ISO for 25c box Horn Hairpins.
Amber or shell color.
10c for three Be curds "Javoy"
nickel plated oufety Pins.
16o for two 12e cubes H. K. Neuas
Pins, glass heads - various colors.
26o for Porter's "Rose" Heir
Rolls, perfectly mad and rani
tary, for the fashionable (irecian
60c for Washable Hair Rolls.
Clean-Up of Curtain
Nearly a score of attractive designs, in white and eciu, are
included in this Clearance of Scrims and Fancy Fish-nets that
are suitable for curtaining living-rooms, dining-rooms and
Clearance Prices, 20c, 22c, 75c and $1 Yd.
Former Prices, 30c, 36c, $1 and $1.50 Yd.
Also for Saturday's selling, we offer
$3.25 and $3.50 Couch Covers at $2.25
About 150, in handsome figured tapestiy, 58x108 inches.
Our own and other standard and well-known Toilet Prep
arations at prices so low that it is worth while to lay in a
supply avail in advance of your need:
Pomiieian Cream. lOfl size at 28c:
75c size at 48c.
Magic, 30c. Cutex. 25s.
Munyon'a Soap, 6c.
Packer's Tar S;ap, 13c.
Pebeco Tooih Paste, 30c.
Mennen's Talcum Powder, 10c.
Sanitol Tooth Powder, 13c.
CrimbelsViolet Cologne.T.TC 8iw,45c
Westphal's Auxilii.'.or, $1 hi?, 60c.
Cmbela Brilliant ine,25c t-izt at 15c
GimbvU Kau de Qttmint, 40- situ
GimbelN lmp't'd Buy Rum, 46c pt,
Houbigan'.'H Ideul Perfume, $2.60.
Hot water Bottle. $1 kind at 60c.
"Klirt" 1'uffn, 60c.
Absorlent Cotton, lb. roll, 17c.
Tourists' Cases, in leather or rub
ber lined cretonne, with five toilet
Peroxide Hydrogen, 10c In.
Pure Kxtract Witch Hazel, 18c pint
E Porlecto Vedu Kouxc 30c.
Dorin's Rouge without, puif, 10c.
Dorin's Rouge, French Ivory casu,
60c. Nail Brushes, reg. 50c. at 35c.
Celluloid Mirrors, ivory finish, reg
ularly $2.60, at $1.06. Main Floor
(fimbels "Perfection;" war
ranted. Two pairs, 25c.
UiinbeU "Duchess" Washable.
Three nairs, 36c.
tiimbels Garment. 35c pair.
K'asily Adjusted. No aewing.
$3.50 dozen. Main Floor
Hats and Coats
As the children of this
KentTation spend the
majority of their days
out of doors, it is very
likely that many now
need Coats for the re
mainder of Winter.
Broadcloth, velveteen, cheviot,
caracul and plush Coats, 2 to 5
vear sizes. Regularly $6 to $1V.75.
Clearance, $3.96 to $10.
Hats and Bonnets. Regularly
$1.50 to $10. Clearance, 76c to $5.
sans out flowers
On the SUBWAY STORE, BALCONY
li would be nuite impossible to nelter this MaortRWnt for frsihlam,
exm-'isite beuuiy and frr.grasce.
A lovoly variety of Tulips. allow
Daffudi'K r.ud S:ovia- in bunches
! one do " i
At 38c Dozen
hresii Cut 11 .j-.es and choice
At 3 Cents Each
At 10 Cents Each
STOCK OV PLANTS
In varied bu4 l")i MibUaOU.4tHMTl
ment, inclun;. Kert.s and P Ini
AT L AT HALF PRICE
Wool Gloves 60c
These Gloves come from
one of the best Scotch
knitters of fine woolen
goods in Scotland, and are
particularly comfortable, as
well as sightly. In gray
mixtures and black, that
you'd know in a minute
came from across the pond.
The man who likes
Woolen Gloves, especially
for country wear, will be
urn: .zed and glad to find
these for as little as 60c a
Oliir. Main floor
An Absolute Disposal of Girls' and
Young Women's Apparel
Young Women ' $25 to $55
Tailored Suits at $15, $20 & $30
Without rt'Rard ta former prices, we have assembled
all thin season's Suits of corduroy, broadcloth, serfre.
wool poplin, velour de laine. oluin and two-toned
cheviot, in three jrrouos for tomorrow- -flS, $20 and
$30. Sizes 14, 16 ar.d i s years.
Young Women's $28.60 Broadcloth
Eve nine Wrapa, $18. $0
Young Women'a $22.80 Chiffon Party Frocka, $16
Junior Oirla' $12 to $16 Topcoata at $7.60
Chinchilla, cheviot and double-faced woolen ('oats, in 16 and
Junior Oirla' $7.60 to $0.76 Sorgo Dresses, $6
Young Oirla' $6.60 to $18.76 Topcoata
At $6 and $7.60
Only aiaea 6 to 12 years in these Coats of cheviot , boucle, corduroy
and chinchilla. Third Fleer
Deep Price-Cuts on Boys' Clothing
This i is a sort of half-way point in the Winter when new clothe are warmly welcomed by the
We have found that boys u t.imbel Uothing, and that more boy-, do so eve:-y feoon.
fine Suits and Overcoats are all from the regular CJimbel stock, nnd made all themore attra
economical parents uy me n u-e-ieuuci ujiis caused oy the approach of Mock-takir,g
Long Winter Overcoats 7 to 18 Ye vs $7 60 to 113
London-made Overcoats 6 to 14 Yeara ' $20 to $30
Russian and Polo Coats (2 1 to 10 Years , $750 to $16 60
Imported Novelty Suits 1 2 j to 8 Years 17 50 t0 I10
Plain Double-Breasted 8uits 10 to 18 Years .. . a7 50 ta am
Plaited Norfolk Suits 6 to 17 Years " ' l7 50 H IJg
Russian and Sailor Suita (2 to 10 Yeara) $6 60 to SS 60
Waahable Sailor and Russian Suita i2 , to 9 Years . $3 to $6
$6 to $10
$6 to $10
$6 to $10
$6 to $10
men s Suits nd Overcoats
That Were $25 and More
GREATCOATS & SUITS
Kvery garment the highest standard in Gimbel Clothsa.
Phe Overcoats have convertible collars and some an
I haaurfiaid stylaa with velvet collars. A few in thla assort
ment are good standard models carried over from last
season and formerly sold aa ruth as $30 each.
The Suite have the desirable soft rail lapel collars,
or the more conservative effects. Every nrmtnt is hand
tuilored, the materials and patterns are tha same aa have
made Gimbel Clothes famous at $36.
1 The i;rt in this colltctim of suih and amcoali 'antt
from it to 44. Tktrt art inav tfMj tvtn latter than Wj
a tkttt art btoktn lots; howettr, Ikt fuli rantt i upj will
Ktn of jonna in entry siyit.
Boys' $6, $6 it $7
Overcoats, Roefora and
Suita to bo cleared
i at $3
Theaa ar broken lines, and tha majority of them are from tha Main Stora,
Fourth Floor Section. In nearly every Instance these are prlcsd actually balow
coat to imura a quick and doeiaiva clear anoe,
Plain doublc-breusUnl miMlnls, p!uit4Kl
Norfolk styles, sailor Won Suit",
Russian Blouse Suits.
Double-breasted belt -hack Coats,
doubl-breasted Costa with belts all
.iron nd, Russian Overcoats, doublc
BxCtUtki ratine ) all Hie nrttfSt and mu JtdtttU SuiMnti and QmtOmHap, HfaV up m Ike stjwn's LaUst
Style. Odd luls, of i-nnrsr. In.' i II ii'ir.- ;iwirtriU'iit mil lw found alteaj.', ly7. Bubwaj fltoraalosaay
Men's Excellent Shirts at 70c
In fact, there are 2,000 of the beat
thirta we have ever placed on Male at
thit price, being
Oimbel SI and $1.60 Grades
All brund new, made in the- (iimtwi way; fine
quality in -rcali- and madras, m Kliiwe style, sonr
with plaited bosoms and sonic with stifl boaoroai
(the latter of which sold previously at $2.1. Forty
styli-Hin all. With attached cults ami a full
range of sizes.
Men's Soft Shirts at 55c
Broken lines from our regular stocks. These are
$1 and $1.35 Grades
Some are sliiditly handled, but noiM MO need relaundcring; before wearing.
Some of them a.i-plain colors, hut there are some stnpod effects, sizes 14' j to 17.
On Sale Friday and Saturday in the Subway Stora, Balcony.
$3 Grade at $1.95
MeaaaUae or Taffeta aim p.tu
eoata In ill he new Bprfna. akadas,
iM-iudiiia tna w.inti-ii aoMileaMa r
faotf, blaea and white. Two rtcel"
ant ni'sieis, aiih plaited or tailored
II mm IS, lubwiy atora. Ball uoy.
$1.60 and $2 Grades
Hofl Ha-a m a.
I ii- Mascut ami
thla aauumn's hri.i
Mylrs. n blaak.
brown, tan anu ;ray
ftmuli or miuiutn
fnii i-il k-lta: ih
alscs .ii,- In-.. Urn. nil
alsrs niiv b had In
Ilia antlrti asairt
mant. N n d tn
match, aulia ur war-cnata.
Boya $1.28 & $1.60Hatt,78o
Tyrtjlimn. Taddy, flutr and Tala-
i u,ie ahupr.. all Iha urar ariadaa:
l-ili. roush a.,0 amouth rtnlahTaha
araa. ni's nawuat iiknIcIs. No! avary
alar in audi t. but all sua n iha
away atora. BaleoaT
tr Jmnuary Clearance Price
ti u Lusa i liocolatea al fie lb
kuc Uuuhvaa Oaucolates, GOc in
loc H . ii .i rl Ihuoolati s, 40o lb
on Victory L'hoi-ola tea. 30o
Ida purity iThooolatas, 860 lb.
.tin- Miiius-41 Hi.iirrnd, aoo In
10c Aaaortad ICIaaaa, :hc in.
SO) Bplc Hun Drops, 30c lu
30c Kin ' ' ! tao in
abway atora, Baicoay
; nils 1 r -1 nmu al.
Stock Clearance Sale
of the Gimbel High Grade
Shoes for Women
New and Seasonable Footwear from
Regular Stock at Remarkable Price, to
Hurry Them Away Before inventory.
OIMBEL $3 SHOES for WOMEN NOW$l 96
This is an assortment of Un calfskin, ajun metal,
p: ' em lent her and viei kid, in button and lace models.
Stylish, well cut shoes, neat narrow tipped toes; high
1 uoan neeis, ami aewtxi soles. All
WOMEN'S $1.60 FELT SHOES, NOW 96c
Kelt lined shoes, with leather vamps; vary comfort -able
for tic eel 1 weather, keeping the foot warm aid
coty ; soft, flexible leather solus; all sizes.
WOMEN'S $2 SLIPPERS, NOW 6c
Sat in und velvet clippers in a laraa variety of
colors: leather soles ainl low heels. A vary pretty
Iijjmt to mateh Imu-v Kowna. Tbase ase made
in (.iiKlunu: all sizes.
Subway Stora, Balcony
The HescadLL Stores