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SILZER HITS BACK
M MlffiPHY WITH
r GRAFTJURY GALL
Or&rs Spedal investigation in
Richland County of Reel's
"MABE SCREED IBEL"
Governor Intimates at Public
Meeting Glynn Is Author
east am Illuminating a apart upon -Cebe'e
idea W kew a Democrat! Oor.
rnor ought to soadaet hlmeett
Following thla with a lambastlat of
McCabe In which ha referred to Mat aa
"a equealer." the- Governor declared
that "theeereluek an ma in wan m
deratood. Thar will aat hurt aa In tha
end. Bat waaOkaa me? da a Bat. t
MXAIE, OUT FOR SPOILS, SPOKI
IN PRAISS Or SULZER.
IJie Tammany man who attandad tha
maae-maeting le aaa how tha Ooveraur
waa ratal rad manlfaatad cnnelderable
diaarln over tha voclferow applauaa and
theere that greeted hla reference ta Mo-Caha.
Tha ttcCake lattar raad by tha Oov
ernor urgad tha ouatlng at all Repub-
llean ofllceTioldere. and contlnuad:
"To nuke rearaalf tha moat tolfead
of awn hi Ua United Itataa aM tha
moat neloved aartlaan la thla tuic row
have feat to enroll aalae pear Democracy
an tha Aral Of January er aa aoon
thereafter as you can. The means emtio
May I remind you that Aadraw
Jack on waa tha flrat Democrat t
reach tha Presidency, to rlee from
humbla aurroundlnga to treelaeee, and
ha owed hla Mac aaa entirely la hla
vlcnroua Dartlaaaahlaf to declelve and
emphatic waa ha on a nee Hone of party
government that tha blood of .the party
to-day qulken to tha found of hla
name, and t leak to hear, darlag year
"Thla lattar from Mr. MeCabe," the
Governor contlnuad, "apeak for Itaalf
and make mighty Interesting reading,
an Horace Greeley ueed to any, in
view af tha iibeitowa oread agataat
ma thla eame Mr. MeOaba haa Juat
caueed to be printed. I waa great
man, apparently, in McCafea'a eatima
Hon. aa long aa bo believed I would
recognise him aa tha boee of tha Demo
cratic party In Albany County."
BALL PITCHER HONORED.
Feaaeylvaala Stadeet Cavell Tah
tot la Memory of C. 4. Maya.
PHI LA ORLPltt A, June II. "A grant
pitcher: a wiae captain and a good etu
dont" la part of the Inscription apon a
hronae tablet which waa unveiled on
Frairklln Field to-day III memory of
Clarence s. Bayne, a mamfear of the
claaa of UK of tha Inivareltr of
renneylvaala and who waa MM to be
ana of tha greatest college pitcher of
hla time. Tha tablet which wga erect
e! by hla claaa waa unveiled In con
nectlon with "alumni day" eaerclaaa.
Berne waa ona of tha moat popular
man of hla claaa and waa oaptaln and
pitcher of the 'Vareltr baseball nine.
Tha tablet lonUlna the fall figure
portrait of tha young athlete, attired
In a unlvaralty be ee ball uniform.
Feature of the
with the Exolu
elve Tab added.
World "Wants" Work Wonders.
ACetAKT, Juae lt-Oov. Sober, so
la challenge at "Paoky" Mo
a.pameeraUc boee of Albany County,
and tta Murphy war council that It wan
"up In tfea Governor to make tha neat
aaov" haa on (ha Albany dictator and
the Tammany boa one batter and made
Tha Governor flrat Issued an order
calling toy a apeoial Grand fury to meet
In Itnahlnnd County inly 14 to inveetl
gate 4bO charge of graft In convt ruc
tion 'State road under SupL O, Gor
don Reel. Murphy protege. Thla ac
tion ea mad mora elgjrilSeant by the
fact that Senator Blauvelt, iponaor for
aa appqaiupa Primary Ml. la from
In addition Oov. Bulaer fired n broad
aide At MoCabe In a isJalM add re,
onttlac tha Albany leader little Bona
Twaad" and Intimating that' Mout.-Oov.
aiyna. aa Tammany' agent, waa really
tha apthar af MoCabe'a attack on him.
Tha Governor refused to "dignify ao
ararrlloae a aeraed by a denial."
McOabe. It la aidertod. la preparing
n new vwfley aimed at .he Governor,
from A varied took of ammunition laid
ttt by antKulaer cohort (or a long
and atreauoua campaign.
Incidentally the Judiciary Commltteea
of both houses meet to-day to take up
the primary fetila to asecutlve eeaalon.
The paaaant Man- la to have- the Oov
oronr's'blll reported on M nod ay and de
feated on to floor on Tuaaday.
lion it fir Wagner, President pro tem.
of to Senate, anya he doaa not believe
the Qovemor will gain a elngle vote In
that body. Majority loader Lory In the
Aaaambly doolarea If tha Governor gain
any onto there tey will be of membare
who will vote tor hla bill with tha eanc
tlon of tha organlaatlon, In order to
aava themselves trouble at home.
INTIMATt TMAVSLVNN WROTI
Mr. Bulaef la a rorty-nve-mlnute
opeeohv Before an audience that crowd
ed Harnruuuia - Blaecker Halt and
cheered hla Eeorlat.on of MoCaba aa
much a It did hi appeal la behalf of
hla Direct Nomination bill made hie
"reply" lait night
Referring to MoCabe aa "a Httl
bow Twaad" and ittgmatlalng hla at
tack a "a acreod ao rldlculon that I
auDooae I ahould not dignify It by a
denial," the oorarnor taamated taai Be
mmrmm aa. wyma.
mm I gave aome reoogniuon
to Mr. Dugan. a decent man and the
atle 8 late Committeeman from
Albaa Coenaty." declared the Governor
Mr. MoCabe goaa wild and haa hi
good hut arratto frtaad write a Ubollou
toanlfaato about me. replete with atota
menUr wlthaat the altghtaat foundation
Ftlaplli of tha Lieutenant-Governor,
who aa haw on unfriendly tar ma with
tha Qovernoi', denied that fee had any
thing to do with tha MoCabe "acreed."
To nhow that MoCabe and not ha (the
Ooverpor) waa a "double dealer," tha
Go vagier raad a lattar written by Mo-
Cadm to him (oltowiag hla election whiok
G I M B E L S
Enough Fine Materials to Make
640 Men's Summer Suits
' Of $28 to $35 Grades
I To Order at $21.60 Each
In Time for the Fourth of July
This Is custom tailoring news of the
highest importance. i
By gathering, the one and two, suit
lengths of our season's finest fabrics,
we have enough to make the 640 Suits
The cut, the fit, the tailoring and
the trimmings will be exactly as though
we charged the full prices, $28 to $35.
And, while we expect the suits to fit
satisfactorily with , a couple of try-one,
any man can have a many try-ons as
he chooses, to assure a perfect fit.
There are "
Plain blue serps in stxxtal weaves.
Fancy Hues, fancy blacks and several
shades of piom tray.
Pin and chalk striptf, and blach-antvkite
Plaids and inlerwooen effects, in favorite
Anv GIMBEL style Sack Suit may be selected single or double-breasted; plain orpatflh
Dockets, quarter, half, or full lining.
The flrat 200 orders received wuTbe ready by the end of next week; and every suit ordered
before June 25th will be delivered bWore tjiefWth of July.
Com EARLY-this morning, and get fa-st pick of the collection although whatever suit
you pick out of the entire lot win be a wonder at gMg IwUrth Floor
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News of Men's Panama and Bangkok Hats
Special purchases of each, make specially low prices for the men who want comfortable
and stylish hot weather Hats.
The PANAMAS are of the Ecuador persuasion, evenly woven, In several shapes, and
mUCTn? RAOfrom'starn, are the kind that most stores sell for 15, and GIMBELS
.Liiaih, far ta 7R mnor aa.fls arh. Good investments, both. . Fourth Floor
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Ladies' Dressers on Sale
tUs MiUk Only for $8
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T M hv High
II JS m. Wide II
U IS in. Dean U
4 kv High
S m. Wide
It in. Deep
a. i or tan amia r TTtsgintt
Jgfl TabWwith Triple French
f Bevel PlaU Glasses; fin-
isnea m Manogsny, uoiden or
Fumed Oak; cannot be duplicated
In mm other first class house for
less Aan $18.00.
' S Eatabltahad 70 year.
MfrRTLB AVf. OOR BRIDGE ST.,
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1,000 Shadow Laoe and Net Blouses
The Two Most Popular Modes in New York !
But Exclusively at GIMBELS.
We sold 200 of these Tulle Blouses in a few hours on Monday . Enough said for their qual
ity I These Biousea are lined throughout with fine net, but they are strapped all around with
three rows of ribbon. Tiny bows are used as mxk fasteners. Illustrated at right.
First time these Shadow Lace Biousea at S3. 95. An unheard of price, for Biousea of such
oobwebbv Quality. Then, too, they have under bodices of net, trimmed with Valenciennes lace
and ribbon. Their frills are of exquisitely fine tulle. Illustrated at left, , Third Floor
75 Cent Can Be Sawed
on each .of
Women's White and Washable
Jacquard Bet) Skirts
Tomorrow at $3.25
Just the smart, well-tailored and refined Skirts that women
need for strenuous wear throughout the Summer.
Every one of the 200 Skirts has the new and modish belt
serosa the back.
Remember, plan amy 200 Skirts in this special purchase.
Equal to playing cards coat
ing 35c, in every detail of print
ing, stock ana the agreeable
linen finish, which makes them
easy to deal, shuffle and sort
You will probably need half
a dozen or a dose, packs for
your vacation in the country.
Stationery Store, Mala Floor
Many a Delightful "Inland Voyage"
Is Made Possible This Summer. Through This Unprecedented
SALE of MULLINS CANOES
In the Famous Charles River Model
Tfis l the most extraordinary offering af Canoes r aHnamnc.dM Nev York,
Everywhere the love for canoeing is
growing, as more people yield to the charm
of the Shimmer life outdoors. One doesn't
have to go to Auburndale on the Charles,
from which river the most graceful and
popular model of Canoes takes its name,
to find whole flotillas of Canoes on any
holiday the waters about New York teem
There is nothing occidental about Jhis Sale
it is the result of careful planning, and
the desire on the part of GIMBELS to ac
complish something that has not been attempted before.
By placing what is. so far as we know, the largest order for Canoes ever given, we got the W. H.
Company, of Salem, Ohio, to cut their manufacturing costs on a large quantity of their standard grade of Caimb q
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16-ft. "Yale" Canoes at $29.60, Regularly $37
18-ft. "Harvard" Canoes at $32, Regularly $4X60
These are the lowest prices for Canoes of this
quality that have been offered this season, and that
In the face of a constantly rising market. Mullins'
Canoes are well known for their easy lines, their
stability and splendid construction.
The first shipment of these Canoes will be ready
tomorrow, in ample time to have them shipped to lake
or river and put overboard before the Fourth of July
And if you've never known the joy of stealing down
a winding stream, over which the branches meet, or
out on a mirror -like lake at sunset, in a smoothly glid
ing canoe, this is your time to begin to learn !
Here An the Specification: Jf
Planldna of selected Western
Ribs of Northern white cedar. Sterne of
Gunwales of clear-grained spruce.
Thwarts of best selected ash. bow and stern.
Bang plates of heavy half-round brass that run well ea tS
u ovi. inswap w m ippiag norv. na m m. aniiuaw
OPEN OUNvYALBS wdteh adl greatly to the esse wMh
which the Canoes can be emptied of water and washed, set
which are also stronger than closed gunwales.
Coverings of cfosely woven canvas, thoroughly filled awd
pamtsd: with a nnun as smMUi as prate glass.
All Mullins' Canoes are fitte i with keels, which
the bottom, and make the can mm ride m m stsdlly.
Colore, Harvard crimen, Yale blue or Coach (dark)
Iportlnf Ooedi testiea, reurta Fieer
Are of typical Gimbel excel
lence of quality and smartness
of style at the price.
It la not astonishing that,
with white canvas boots grow
ing every minute m popularity
for Summer wear, these good
looking shoes are great favor
ites. Welted soles, Cuban heels,
and plain toes a last that
combines comfort and attrac
Sao and floor
Summer Silk Hosiery
Men's & Women's
Hosiery assumes an air of in
creased importance as part of
the Summer toilette, with
Colonial ties and Oxford shoe,
to invite attention to it
Here are good sorts of pure
Silk Hosiery, which will do
credit to the most careful cos
tume, and at engagingly low
Women's Bilk Btookings,
lads aepncinUy (or GIMBELS, and
on s par wHh mlk Stocking usually
coating f 1.25. Sbner In weave, but made
to five mod aarvies. Black, white and
tan; with double aolaa, boeia and too
of mer erutnd cotton.
Men's lllk 10011., 35o Pair
A previous lot caused a decided Ur.
(or men worn quick to apot a "sood
thing." Contrasting vertical atrip or
clocks, on ground of black and a tenet y
of colore, see quality for Mo a pair,
or throe pajrs for SI.
Children's Summer looks,
Taken from our regular collection of
ehildren'a and infant1 60c quality and
priced lor tomorrow at Wo pair or 3
pair for Si. Imp rted liale thread, in
all aorta of pretty deoig and cobra.
$2 to $7.60 An the Regular Priced of These
House and Morning Dresses
At $1.50 to $5.50- - Tomorrow
Just the Dresses you will need to wear in the garden, on the
porch, or for morning visits on these warm days! t
Yes, a special purchase makes those prices possible I
Among these thousand, or mora Dress ss
' At $1.50
. A severely tailored stylo la atriped percale, with patent leather bait and
Striped Gingham Drnin, trimmed with eyelet am-
Raiiae Draaaaa, trimmed with naw ratine ambroidary.
Linen Draaaaa, beautifully hand-embroidered.
Lawn Draaaaa, effectively trimmed with dotted Swiai
Plain Color Voile Draaaaa, adorned with DoHy Vardan
Dolly VardetfLawn Draaaaa, with shadow lace collar
and cuff. Seoond Fleer
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Important Sale of SUMMER FURNITURE
At Savings of One-Third and One-Half
There will be a procession of this specially-priced Furniture on the Sixth Floor I
end of the Store to the other nearly two city blocks.
There will be over one hundred different styles and sizes, with from one to twenty
of a kind.
This tempting collection of Summer Furniture will include all our stocks of the f
"Old Hickory" Furniture, aUo Enameled, Reed, Rjttan. Rustic and Chinese Grass Rmxltur
Prom it the lawn, the p jrch and the living-room of any Summer establishment can be thisoihjjm
fitted out at splendid savings. . , ,
Much Reed Furniture st Hslf Price
All aorta of handsome and comfortable designs, mostly
in brown and green satin, with a few ia white enamel.
There are Settees, Arm Chairs, Arm Rockers and Tea
Wagons, and prices range from an Arm Chair at Si, from
8, to a Settee at 111, from 126.
There is also a group of ICaod Furniture, on which prices
have bosn reduced exactly one-third.
Rustic Lawn Furniture
Is Reduced One-Third
Artistic pieces, including Settees. Arm Chairs. Arm
Rockers, Tables and Kl mer Stands of cedar, In tha natu-
ml bark; slat seats, and so
the backs of pobahes flat
Prices range from Sa Arm Chair
at af.0, from M M, to s Settee
at wi, irom u.
10 ft, with Be
pries includes free datrrery sad
muns or New v or.
Chinese Grass Furniture
Is Reduced One-Half
Tkwisaay and daiiajatral
la las soft brown color, oc
Arm Rot hers and Tables, i
Chair at OS TS, from$7.M.
The "Old Hickory
At Precisely Hslf Pries
i time this
uriceai rt from M Asm
toaaetteeaaie.fromlia. , ,
Thk is the first time that
taken oft the raguUr prices of tins
room or veranda.