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COMMITTEE DF FRENDS
WILL SPEND $50j
TO LOCATE MARSHALL
GIRL'S 'LEAP OF DEATH'
GOES WRONG AND SHE
IS HURT AT
THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1914.
Reward Is Offered and Pictures ' "Loop the Loop" Feat at Rah
of Lawyer Will Be Sent
A doien faint clues ns to tho more
SMnt of Klltott Marshall, the
wealthy W'nll street Inwyer, who mys
tertously disappeared lust Thursday,
are being followed to-day, both by i
committee of his friend and a do
tacttvo agency, which wan employed
In the search yesterday afternoon
Hl friends jtny thoy will Kindly upend
150,000 to find him.
A new report as to his actions after
leaving Spencer, Trask A Co., his
brokers, on Thursday, wns found to
day when a former acquaintance told
, Walter R. Hampton, chairman of tho
earch committee, that ho was cer
tain ho saw Marshall on a ferryboat
bound Jersey wurrt at 5.30 o'clock
A. rumor Hint a in.ui answering
Marshall's description was seen In tho
woods of North Montclnlr Thursday
afternoon Is being InvontlKated, as
Boy Scouts reported thm tho man
was actlnc stransely.
Dozens of "crank" letters nnd tele
rams were received by t ti u Kenrch
Commltre to-day tit No. 48 Wall street,
. where Mr. Marshall bad lili ntllce.
The inlshliiR mnn tarried tho keys
to an apartment on Clnrrmont vavcntic
where one of his law partners, who is
now on his vacation In Maine, resides.
This apartment will be searched dur
ing tho day, though It Is not believed
that tho search will reveal any clue.
Mr. Hampton said to-day ho felt
certain that Mr. Marshall was suffer
log from amnesia, and that he would
be found somewhere In Jersey. Ills
pictures, offering a reward of 1250
for Information, will be sent over the
ASKS HOW TO KILL SELF.
way Ends in Accident Whn
The chief attraction In the Fire
men's Carnival at Itnhwny, N. J.,
was "Thn Iap of Death," which was
to be given by a girl. It was repre
sented that sho came from Kuropn,
where she bod bean mnklng this leap
with micccss. As an addod mystery
her name was not supposed to be
known to nny one when she sppoarod
When time came for the thrllllnit
act, tho girl was ralsod forty feot In
a specially constructed automobile
contrlvaneo and strapped to the seat
In tho machine. It then became plain
that her act was to bo a duplicate of
the "loop tho loop" which wns given
In Harnum's Circus.
When relented the machine shot to
a platform, r.hlch threw the mnchlne
over backward, causing It to make
two mops iieroro aiming a mui on
tho ground. The loops wain calculated
to bring tho machine on tho mat on
ltn four wheels, but something went
Tho front whcnls struck first,
throwing tho alrl forward nnd caus
ing tlm Mrnps to hrrnk, and she was
hurled :igalnt the iliiHhlionrd with
grnnt form, striking her head. Then
sho foil from the tat, unconscious
All thn carnival committee scorned
to know atxiut the girl was thnt she
hnd miido a micce or Iior net in
ntiropo. At the iteclnn. Hospital.
however. It wns learnod that she Is
Mine, llnrdleit, living In this city.
V-m lb. I'hlli.Wi'hii U1fr,)
Mrs. .MhIbui'hd 1 xnvo Jim some of
that roinpulrlnn of tnd liver oil to-day.
Mrs llliroiik.-h KmulNl'in. you nn'un.
do you nnl
.Airs. .Msinprop it aeenua juni ine
C. frlek'a Former erretarr
Ends Life In IMIIalinrsh.
PITTSBURGH, July 21 William A.
Carr, fltty-clght. formerly confidential
eecretary for H. ". I'rlck, shot snd
Wiled himself jesterday nt his home.
1 r was a friend of George II. Shaw, a
K-.icfman stationed nt Ohio and Federal
streets. At 10 A. M. Cair nslied hlni the
beat method to end life.
"It a man shot lilnwlf In the temple
Would It kill him?" Carr ssked.
"It would." rrnited tlm liliiecost.
Two hours later Carr ptoved It on '
himself. Ho wns born In rittnliurgh In I
MET. He hsd nerved o!cen years ns con- .
fklentlnl man to Frlcl: nnd relinquished
Ms noslllon six months ni-o. 1
Senator Hnllrj I., -ft frtcntlil.
RIVKRHKAI). U 1.. July 2f. The
late Senator Kdwln ISallvy Jr. of I'nt-
Choaue. for llinnv venrM thn hrmnrrslln
leader or Suffolk' County, who ns I
Killed several weeks sro In an uutonio- 1
bile accident, left n eMiite valued at
about 191,00V, ntcnrdliig fit the petition
llled In the Surrosaln's Court bete.
FRICTI ON is the
" death's head " of tho
automobile. Friction causes
more than half your break
downs wastes 25 of your
Graphite Grease 677
eliminates friction and coats
your bearings with a smooth,
durable surface that means
Ions life to your engine,
smooth sailing for your car
and mighty few visits to
tho repair shop.
Write for the Dixon Lubri
The Joseph Dixon Crucible Co.
JERSEY CITY, N.J.
jfrankUn Simon a Go.
YoVnS Men's Shop
16 West 38th St. Store Floor
Entirely Srparute from Fifth Avenue Store
Final Price Reductions
286 English Sack Suits
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. 33 TO 44 CHEST
Three or four button English sack models, in navy, black, gray
r brown pencil striped cassimere, wool crash, striped
or checked worsted, Scotch homespun, vicuna or
navy serge. Dnlined, half or full lined.
f A AA Heretofore
1X9. W $18.60 to $24.50
267 Hand Tailored Suits
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. 33 TO 44 CHEST
Three or four button English sack models, in navy, black,
pay or brown pencil striped cassimere, Worumbo flannel,
striped or checked worsted, Scotch homespun,
wool crash, vicuna or navy serge.
Unlinsd, half or full lined.
f e AA Heretofore
ltUU $27.50 to $35.00
U 1 . .
On account of the Urge price reductions
utmmll charge will bemade for alterations.
- i T r v - - w.,,.
liroadvw and Thirty-third Street
Store Opens Unity at S.30.
Delirious Luncheons in the Cool
GIMBEL Ten Room, W Floor
This Copy of a New
Tailored Suit from Premet
Just One of a Number of New
Arrivals in the GIMBEL Salons
This stunning model abounds in new
Flaring tunic overskirt with
knife plaited edge. Trimming
of bright colored cut velvet on
the coat; also decorated beads
and hand embroidery
Epaulets form part of the
sleeve and run up to the collar.
The material is blue s'erge and
the price is $39.50.
Models at $25
One of Which
Of wool poplin, in navy blue,
and cut in a severe, masculine
Another style at $26 is of
line serge, braid trimmed, with
long tunic and satin underskirt.
The third style has a cutaway coat, trimmed
with velvet; tunic skirt and velvet underskirt.
Many other captivating Fall styles, making
an unusually rich showing thus early- in the
At $25, $27.50, $29.50, $37.50
Not a largo quantity, hut
very rare quality for this
price, which is about two
thirds of the value.
This is an excellent Japan
ese model in coloring and
$4.95, $6.60 and $6.95
Including Florentine silks, Pon
gee nnd Hnbutni, ntwest models,
with or without hoods and enses ;
former pricts $C.!)5 to $10.
Final Clearance of
Women's $4 and $5
Colonial Pumps in Gun
metal Calf and Patent Colt
skin, 2-inch leather Cuban
heel; buckles to match.
Flat Bow Pumps in Gtm
metal Calf, Patent Coltskin
and white Canvas, welted
soles and 2-inch leather
Oxfords in Gun-metal
Calf, Patent Coltskin and
white Canvas, welted soles
and 2-inch leather Cuban
heels. Second Floor
Boys' Norfolk Suits $5,50
Were $7.50 to $10
Last Call of Clearance!
The reason these suits are marked
so low is because we are taking stock
and some broken sizes have been dis
covered. Nothing bad against the
garments, surely! But the good
about them is that they are all this
season's new models nnd materials,
Buch as youngsters like to wear. Gray,
brown and tan mixtures of the kind
that prove very serviceable. Patch
pockets and sewed-on belt; in some
cases two pairs of trousers. Sizes
7 to 18 years.
An Avalanche of
GIMBELS and manu
facturers' accumulations to
be hurried away the last few
days of the month at prices
unusual, to say the least.
Some of these are from
Paris, others are copies of
Paris models, while the great
bulk of them are exclusive
garments that you usually
find at GIMBELS.
One Price, $4.95
Quito regardless ot former prices,
which ranged from $0.50 to $8.96
every shade, every design in tucks,
scalloped, French ruchlngs and
plcatinns mostly mesa alines, some
plaids, in various colors, all ex
tremely rich. Not more tnnn one
or two of a style. Second Floor
Extraordinary Vacation Sale of
More Than 45,000 Boxes of
Eaton, Crane te Pike's
Fine Social Stationery
Immediately the famous name of Eaton, Crane & Pike suggests the best
grades of Stationery for fine correspondence. And it is exactly this high grade
Stationery of which we have purchased such an extraordinary amount the
mill's surplus stock given to GIMBELS as a great concession, and eagerly
sought after by other stores.
Dozens of styles, sizes, weaves and colors all desirable and correct,
in new fresh boxes not soiled or damaged sample lines.
You will iind many well known names among them:
Highland Linen Berkshire Linen Fabric Old Chelsea Linen
Wcxham Linen Kara Linen.,, Wynford Linen
Notes en Route Thin paper with lined" envelopes for foreign correspondence.
Two price groups:
usually 25c and
For paper usually
50c and 75c box.
All the boxes contain one quire of paper and 25 envelopes.
A wonderful opportunity, especially now, when more letters are written
than any other time of the year.
Special selling space on the main and Rear Cross Aisles, as well as in the
Stationery Section; 40 extra salespeople.
Special Prices on Die Engraving
Tho paper in this sale is fine enough to make it worthwhile to have it stamped
with your monogram or address. Hence, a special offering of
Three Letter Monogram Die ) 80c
Or Address Die Usually $1.50
Stamping in colors, 10c a quire; in white, gold or silver, 16o a quire.
Ij I Main Floor
We Have Built a Model
From the Rich Material in
This August Sale
With Initiative ' '
Four-Piece Dining Room Suite
In Jacobean Design, Finished in Georgian
Broxon, Gray or Fumed Oak.
$265 from $365
Arm Chairs, $17 from $20;-side Chairs, $12 from $14.50.
We have exercised initiative as much in the DISPLAY of
the Furniture in this August Sale, as in its selection.
Many a superb piece of furniture is "born to blush un
seen" in the usual helter-skelter arrangement.
For this sale we have beautiful and systemized the ar
rangement to a degree never before attained.
The result is a wonderful Furniture City with spacious and
brilliantly; lighted avenues and streets crossing each other at
frequent intervals, and presenting
Nearly a Mile and ta Half of Aisle Frontage
for easy seeing, on a single huge furniture floor.
Another innovation is the excellent CLASSIFICATION of the Fur
niture as to purpose and wood.
It's an easy matter to choose when you can find all the chiffoniers to
gether, or all the dining room suites; and when, as is suggested by the names
of the streets, you can find birch, walnut, maple or mahogany grouped for
As a further convenience, we have established where two principal avenues
A Central Information Bureau
Where questions may be asked, instructions and orders given, all of
which may be attended to by a special group of experts.
Tomorrow Will Be Another
Day for Review and Selection
in advance of the Sale's opening on Saturday, August 1st. Furniture chosen
now will be held for delivery on the opening day of the Sale.
Free Delivery of Furniture
within a radius of 500 miles on purchases of five dollars or over, to
your nearest freight station. Or to your home, if on any one of the
routes in our extended summer delivery service.
Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Flo on
A Very Important Sale of
10,000 Yards of Foreign
NOVELTY DRESS COTTONS
is .scheduled for to-morrow
A very great assemblage of skirt and dress lengths, which are ends of the
most popular selling fabric of the summer almost every new weave in wash
ables for suits and skirts a GIMBEL event extraordinary.
60c to $1.50 Grades
at 22c and 38c yard
Decision of Cniirt Df TRUf DU TlTDIfC T7" i 71 DWAWS EXCLUSIVELY lor the Comic Section ol
MjWrr nT1" Uatzenjammer maS The New York Sunday World