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w - THE EVE if I NO WORLD, FRIDAY, MAT IfMMY GOES TO 'STIR' AND STANDS DISGRACED FOR CHEAP S15H0VDUP G-IMBELS Thought He Had a Live One aid Nearly Faints When ' ' Mc Learns the Truth. ' Jsirvny n.-oirn, oil In c-'.vr.t but yow.g In years, will li'ta h!a inidlclnj when Ik vjAitr up for n!.i!!ir.'c!it o the, 'Kn'tw' it Hifiwry r.-fry, for m l!m." ttUt th rff? at l. aJT!U'...i to-la. thy' "Itfcl liVn r'x'it." Hc.ny i;,-:ts, an tji;y Hi;viunt, whose honils It at No. !V.) Wsshlniton ! nvmit, wtnt to the Dryilook tlfcnlc nt! TMnl rtrcet onn ll'c Itowery. tr wit'' diw ilfi from his Qsejunt. lit put the' two Wis h roc-two from the pi:ni tetlir beturesti llm Waves ol hts Wnk boo, tucked t!;e Uw'x In nn lnsldj! pocket of hit vj.lKcoiit ciiti tartod down the Doffcrj' to the station o-T the levtl nt IlouJion ttreot. Brown, who was the "taller" of n ' flftS of thclvos iv ho tnsJia lh Dryitock Bank thMr woi!n torrltory, falt.vnt j Splti. As the Jatter vw crcrndltit; the "L" stairs at lftuitcn street, llrown mads a dive fur the jo;!iot, ni.i ehcil the nnll book ami darted down etn'rj. Drown walked swiftly tip the Do ivory and turned into Wrocker atrcet with tha man who had bent robbed fnr be hind him, A keen-eyed boy who hnd heard tho aged merchant's crlea spotted Brown and told Policeman Isaac Kahn that he thought tliu man was a thtjf making a cat-away. Kahn atopped him. "Hand It over quick," mid the pall"? man. "I russ you lot me right, bo," wns Brown's imlllnc rejoinder, and he hand ed over tho bank book with the bills between the Innves. How much Is It? I didn't net a chance to count It." "Voit fell for n rneaslcy flttoan smacks," said the cop und tlio prisoner croancd. "j Inly se?. they BtecrcJ mo on to a wrong; suckrr." hr Ricpcd, "I'll taku my plea of stillty all iKht." tA llcadauarteia thty dlscoverrd that Jimmy Urown of No. .151 Third avenun had as inajij- aliases :n th? years of hl.i life, which nr twentj-eveli. and that no a in am- ow' j Orftnd larceny, (btirtfary and other ns- t fl ROrted crlniea have kept JlJrnmy in the U . t'Air: nf hi 1 If 14. I V Til UllI lilts Hl.tatJ J f " BRIDGE GIRDER FALLS; FOUR WORKMEN INJURED. Riveters Manage to Keep From Being Hurled to Death in Street. A n'.ne-ton etet-1 fflrrtcr, released by th pirtlns ot a derrick rope, fe-ll from a supporting tower In course of erection under the Wllllamsburc er.d of .the Will lamsburB Brldao to-dsy and In Its descent struck a scaffold on which four ilreters were at work. heT four men managed to save themselves from belns dashed 'to Ihc f venient, but did not e;eapo Injury. Walter Gaines of Asbury l.uk hud bis rleht arm erlnhod. Warren Conner ot No. l!i Korty-thlrd street, Urooklyn: TIarry Conncrs of No. K) l-'lfty-thlrd utreet. Brooklyn, and Itohert Dollar of No. $30 Lfayettu avenue, Brooklyn, wcro cut and bruised. It was nf.cesanry to lower Ohlnes to the round. He. was taxen to me Eastern District Hospital. -j Tho tower on AVhlc.i the men were at work !s part of the fl.mxi.OOJ Improve-) ment derlitned to strenRthen the Will- 1 IwmsburB Brldre to allow tho pasae f ten-car "I." trains. Doltnn, Flfo Claimant, Drail. LONDON, May !l,-tuart Bolton, a claimant to part of the Fife estate on the ground that he was a fourth cousin , ot ths late Duks of rife through his mother. Elizabeth Telton, neo Duff, Is dead.. He had recently been playlne an organ on the streots. Charming New Dre8s Hats, $8.75 Tho picturo s h o v a one of csorc3 of beauti ful now hats, in Intcst modes, tlmt- linvo just como from our work-ronmrj. White Huts, in l)opu!,ar mush room and up luniodbrimstyloi. nro Irimmod with nowmalinopffecte and not odgcs,ain combination with flowora and satin and volvot rib bons. Those combination of trimmlnsa tho late fashion ronorta from Paris say aro very much In vogue there, and should bo yory prominont in miiLsummw millinory. Thoso hats aro most exceptional at $8.70. Mdium-Prlc Salon. TWtd floor Panama Hats, in sovoral good, modlum shapas, faced with bl uck velvet, for women and young womon; at 3. Young Womott'a Pure White Italian Bloaohed Peanut H atB, in a number of now otylos, $1. Bough Straw Black Bailor Hata, with ribbon band and bow an axccllent value, 76o. Main and Third rloort The No-Charge Trimming Service Is constantly demonstrating its artistic skill and helpfulness. Thi3 servico is rendered without chargo.if you purchase your Hat and Trimmings from our Main or Third Floor Millinory Sections. Some Women's Coats Well Worth Knowing About So many interesting bits of fashion news can be gathered on a stroll through the Women's Coat Section that the chief difficulty is to avoid too long a list of descriptions hi new arrivals. Here is, for instance, A New English Taffeta Silk Coat at $10 The material is a light, fine chiffon taffeta. Plain back, with deep cape collar, relieved with a piping of white. The back and the cuffs of the set-in sleeves are shirred. When you think that these Coats, which are delightful to slip on over any sort of dress, came all the way from Europe, the pnee strikes you as amazing? ly low. Mackinaw Coats of Pure Wool You've seen them in the characteristic plaids of the Mackinaw Jacket , but in plain white theyare unusual. The hood is detach able and there aro two little celts at the sides ot the Coat, $16.60. And other Mackinaw Coats are $10 to $19.60, while a few Blazers of striped Mackinaw Blanketing are $12.60. Smart Steamer Coats at $29.60 Coatn that you will be delighted to snuggle up in, when the spray is flying. Made of thick blanketing, the cuttidu in plain navy, brown, (fray or black, laceel with ppv scotch pirns, jiuiioninc nign to necic. witn new in verted plr.M back. Other Steamer Cents, $1B to $95. Graceful 7-8 Length Coats of Blue Serge For a light, but protcctivo wrap for Summer wear, these new Cents aro ideal. They aro made of good blue w, button at tho ride, with liigh stand ing collar, w hich turns down it desired, to form revere. Lined with morsnline, in ravy, taupe or Copenhagen nine; piwn or white Btnpec, at ?17.60. To-morrow, Saturday, June 1st f! 8 Slld 14-K GOLD GENUINE DIAMOND Uf4es aa4 feattoarrt Stet This ! tU . ?' flier ! oafl" " uatrbn a4 Ual hi rjirf ruMe natrh "telle" 'i-JTiiff1 lb AmJ Market. IVhyleWe 4 retail Jawelera la the I ntla.1 Mates nlll mt sell tbens l ri.u In lata a tli'H.aaa4 ar lut laa (sa Hl.tU mn eaat tth, tte ".III hate Ihem l"fa ' t- ,rra ai earn. wn. ' I Inm. lift In njliM tfcal ll le a-aarmaireo aiin i-.it. in, aeaaiae uian,ca'i .r morr let rai ttk cat .el la llie renir f afar, mn iar rtaie mu ra-nlstr4 aul irelnl. readr far MMlf a.v. inm in qnitn. a BSall Ar BHmirr imiii iinri. I, laa mmmi lur vwn .VMarteaJi watrh m,tasaent made, we hate II Ui ilO. Hi aJaa, e.ll m nllrM walrtiM ncf-lblrJ Im than rail where, CIIAKLES A. KEENE, oA Diaxoandi. WstcKti. Inrrlry Poiret Model Polo Coats, Now $24.50 Juit ubout :i dcien extremely tmart Polo Coats, ccpitd frcm a model by Paul Poiret, lire marked J24.B0 many dollars Icrs than originally. In violet, pink cr tan outside, a::d plain white inside, which shows on the wide collnr and cuffs, which aro outlined with braid. Other Polo Cor.ls at 510 to ?E9.t0. Third Floor The 3Sew Summer Dresses And Suits for Women Are Still Arriving Each day brings delightful additions to an assemblage that is already the marvel of woll dressed women of New York. Tho passing of Decoration Day almost introduces a now season with Summer's arrival. Tomorrow linens and white fabrics will nilo. Handsome new 'White Serge Suits present many later touches of smartness and will be Hhown tomorrow, at $18. F0, $26, $35 to $55. New Linen and Ramie Suits will be shown at $7.00, $10, $12.60, $15, $18.60 antl upward to $36. New Linen FrockH, at $8.75, $12.60, $16 and upward to $45. A delightful collection of now Lingerie Dresses, at $9.60, $12.60, $15, $18.60, $25, $35 and upward to $85. Third Floor Tomorrow Is June 1st And you have from then until June 10th to deposit your surplus funds with Gimbel Brothers, Bankers And entitlo yourself to receive interest fr Ihr ulwir month of J unr at -IS' per annum, payable on July 1st. Ask to see the BI LI-FOLD HANK, v. hich you can carry in your pocket or handbag, and which ea-.ily f;av. the dimes that make the dollars. Main Floor, Roar Balcony In Graceful Apparel for Women Of the Younger Generation Gimbel Supremacy Is Generally Conceded 81, 1912 ' is , I . . . . ?a -.j.fJEr'' M,i'waS"sajsajjsssssssssssssiaassjjaJ !X r tT!t rr a-Tnyn rfr June opens tho now saion to moiTow; and tho garments of Summer r.ro tl'p mo3t comely and dr.'nty of tho ontiro year. WVvb loohc' thvough tVo amaz ing swemblr.po. to pick come garments for specir.l mention, but, wl oro beauty r.nd r.triking origin nl'ty aro r,o uiiivcvnl and manifold, i' cmi a d'r-courtosy to hundreds of clrwiniri dwtsM to spccinlly favor any. And it is not our province to dirtato what you ahull liko. Rnthor, wo endeavor to provide tho ideal garment for pvory varying tate and surely ntthing that is correct and beauti ful is missing horo. Cotton Ratine Dreiaei so hlnhly favored now, are shown In striprd ntid mottled effects, with wiiMa trimmed with touch, of law and j IpingnUn other stylri, at. 6.78. Mt rr fltlwrnte modeli at 13.B0, fit, $3R nud V7.S0, l.if.en Drcstr", In smart new offset, at M.60, I8.7B, 7.M, $9.70, $19.60, 116 nnd upwards. Lingerie Drem. 96, 90.76, 97.60. 99.7Q, 913.60, $15, i8.W, 936 and upwards. Lawn and Percale Dresses, 93.76, 94.7C, 96.76, 96.76. Young Women's Crepe Meteor Dresses, with waists of laco and chiffon and skirts of blue and black crepe meteor, nt 918. Striped Voile Dresses, at 912.60, 916 and 936. Young Women's Suits ot ramie, ratine and craih, at 98.76, 97.60, $9.76, 912.60, 916, $18.60 nnd 939.60. Third floor The COLLAR BLOUSE Is Fashion's Newest Favorite Everything indicates that the Collar, in its multiform variations, 1b to be the chief characteristic of the Blouse for the Summer Season. Naturally you expect to find the new est ideas most broadly presented at Gimbels. We invite Women who seek apparel of artistic charm to come and see the array exhibited here tomorrow. All the desired materiak voiles, lawns, linens, habutai and Japanese silks dotted voile (with collars of eponge); pleatings of net, black satin, pique embellished with fancy frills and jabots, velvet bows, taffeta ties and bows, crystal, bone and pearl buttons. And all have the charming new collars. And another detail, of no mean consideration. All this newness, charm and excellence of workmanship is Presented at Such Moderate Prices As $2, $3.95, $5 and $6.95 Third Floor We Have Lowered Prices Sharply On MEN'S SUMMER SUITS: Our Own $22 and $25 Gradea at $16.50 Every day sees some new style or pattern in the Gimbel collection of Summer Suits drop into the "broken size-range" class. We are more apt to replace it with a new pattern, than to fill in the sizes of the old. For one of the things that the Gimbel Clothing Store for Men steers clear of is the "peas-in-the-pod" effect caused by too many suits of too few patterns. It is these broken sizes, then, in our Suits of $22 and $25 grades, that we gather at tho quick-disposal price of $18.80 pacli. And fine choosing it is for tho man with a Summer Suit to buy and who likes to save his money. New additionn will make thlngB interesting for the men who come tomorrow. A variety of two and three-piece models, full to skeloton-lined, in blues, grays, browna and mixtures. All at $16.50 suit. fourth titer Men's Silk-Mixed Shirts And Pajamas Solid Comfort Wonderful, what an admixture of silk, in a mercerized weave that is already delightful to the touch, will do to produce a feeling of luxury. That is why these silk-mixed Shirts and Pajamas, which are difficult to distinguish from pure silk, are favorites with men who like comfort. Both are special purchases, hence very much undor-price, and cannot be .duplicated when these are sold: $3 and $3.60 Silk-Mixed flbirtf at $1.75 ' In handsome stripe patterns as well as plain colors; made in soft negligee style, with French turn-back cuffs. Sizes 14 to 17. $4 Silk-Mixed Pajamas at $2.75 Also in effective stripes, mostly on white grounds, made in sur plice neck style, with double row of feilk loops. Sizes A, B, C and D. Kiln I1! The Summer Girl's PEARL NECKLACE Naturally, it ia not a real one, but one of tho admirable repro ductions that are nowadays so well made. In tho Gimbel French Jewelry Section tbero is a remarkable showing of these pretty Neck laces, with pearls in French cream, pink, white or Oriental lustre, mounted on silk floss, and fastened with 10 or 14-k. clasp."), or jeweled more elabor ately in cluster, barrel or dia mond shape!! with rhinestone, amethyst or sapphire centers. Prices range from $2 to $30, the latter for a perfectly matched Necklace of graduated pearls, with a 14-k. go(d clasp. As gifts for graduation or other occasions, these Necklaces aro mofct charming- and they can be worn as substitutes for one's string of real pearls. Main Floor Gimbel Special Bicycles And Tires INSURED for the Season Gfmbel Special Bicycles aro made by the celebrated Pope Manufacturing Co. which has a world-wide reputation for turning out wheels of the highest character. You may be sure that they will stand up urider hard riding over difficult roads" and prove their worth as an invaluable means of transportation for Summer vacations. Prlco, in Men's or Women's Models, $22.60, with Now Departure Coaster Brake, $27.60, 20 mid 2'J-inch frames, guaranteed for one year. Boys' and girls' Hizes, $18.76, with ccaster brake, $23. , , , . . . Niagara Bicycles, nifo made wpceinlly for GIMBELS, with 20 and 22-lnch frames, in black or gray witli hliick stripen. $18.76, with coartrr trufce, $32.60. And Now Abcut tho Tires. Unlike most Jilcyclo Tires., winch aro guaranteed only for three montlw, these tiro fully warranted (except, of courw, ngr.lwst punctures, rim cutH nnd pulled valves) until tl.c end of the 1912 ridingiieiuion, November. Pri-o $6.86 pair. Fourth floor Garden Tools Specially Priced It's now or never with your garden. These aro the days when elbow grease countfl in spading and hoeing and raking. To help along the good work, we have reducd prices on certain trust worthy liardvmng Imp.'tmcnts: WHITE LINENS ' For Summer Costumes Through tlw Linon Store is putting a MomIj curr'.-iu of the White Costume Linens tluv an in ,uch jvat I'cinuwl this Sum mer. Tho linen producing ccnlt-rs of fturnpe an- ?.ll contributing constantly to the ct'llf.xti r, which ic as coini.lt v c xpet .skill could gather, and contains many desirable rjr Miir.. i.f pure fhx linens, at bjiucially lovv prices. Amcng the bcotrn Linens .. '". tA, 10 a-.'! l'il irli tilths, r ,ic to SI. 10 a ird, French Costume Linens, in eyjter white, rrtfdiui.-. Aoiht, arc .10, 1,1 a-d 90 lr.rhcs wide, at C0o to $!,:& ; j ,.rd. White Rsmic Lir.emi, n . t" VrMii's rr nVrr-. fi n-rr,' " uic, ( cially priced i f.-v i. jrro Fno qualities of i'renou -UMr.ei, in tovcral uo'uf, 10 irehu !.;. and fast finish, nro fcl, $1,10, 91.X5 ,nd j.3C a yard. Srcond Floor Pink and Blue Linens As every woman knows who has gone shopping lately for Dress Linens, those In pink and blue nre at a premium. So it is with pleasure that we announce a plentiful sup ply of Pure Flux Dross Linens f,000 yards in tho favorite pinks; and blues, and several weights and weaves, for women who are seeking these pretty Summer shades. 36-iuch Irish Costume Linon, 28c Ynrd 3C-inch Irish Ramie Linon, 2Sc Yard 4(l-inch Fionch Co3tumc Linen , CEc Yard S?ccr.d Tlof r MM'eulilol.nn link. lO-lootl-. JOc. regularly Gc, T.i-toot', 12c, regularl.. Ihc. M-tontl', 14c, regularly "'ic; Pi tooth, IDc, rff.ttlnrly "" Steel KMies curved or straight, 10 to 13-tooth, 20c to COc, regularly ). to (iSe. Spuilim: Porks, D-Iiandle. at 10c, rcuularly d'jc; wood, D-handle, extra heavy, tit 71c, rcutlaily 71.10. Field Hoen, regularly '.Or. rt Wc. Wooden Spade, D-handle, at 40c, regulnrly t!5i. Hound or Square Shovels, regularly One, at 40c. (Vtr.biriPtlon Hitko and Hoe, 4 or G tooth, rcKUlarly 'Jflc, at ?0c. (inir.. Hooks. U7,u!ttrly 2Cc, at lCc. Hand Trowels, regularly Uc, p.l 10c. (Jrnss Sh'-urs, rcKtilurly '-'fie, at 10c. I url .Spading Fork. uko.-ud, Oc eaeli. Fifth floor Sale of Sheet Music, 9c The following is but a partial list of tilled of the popular songs and instrumental pieces of the dry, which we offer tomoirow at the sjiccial price of Oc a copy. If ordering by mail, enclose 2c postage for ctxh selection. Heme r.strat it n frcm 1 1 until f. CiiKtelnio Walt '... (Jnby niide. My Rft'ary cf Dnt'nis .cii1'a : y (Hide , Vf.tt Prautifti' Ool!. f-'or,eiv pear D.-ddy bid t'.e ."ameTli:-,g Fifty Ycur.i Ago. V ay Down South. Precious I.i'.tk' 1 hint: Called Love. Dream ol 'oni; Ao Caruso'? big tout; lit. .Mi-How M !'"Jy. On a Heautdul N'ght w'th a Ilfnuti- ful (iirl. 'Iol!ey fr.- Swing. Uov.t. By tl.i i'd Mil! Stni'-. lirvtmm Cv y Joe. Mtrn, LvoiTbodj i N.it.' It. Ct.lVge Chips My l ittle I iT-ian Ittw. I Want "n" Like I'a UhiI Vc.terdr.y. Tal e a l.iti: Tip from Fr.tlmr. Ilyi w il'.mi' Ml'i. D"fi Old Uoie. Simp nt r i ingcr If ! nry trr S ;w a L ale V: I: t.i - v Hor, Sv i" ,1 lj" '. That'r I' m I N-fd V V. nit iff . I't Itol eri F I ic o V. M ftf r. I', !,! Von'ro .Mv Baby. Bum Turn Tlddle. Itrgglng tli'' Baby to Slcp, Creator. I5ru.' Band Kphraim .lonnj. li.i:timr(tobl'.n' Man. Dancing Dan. 1 Ir.y Mu a (!ood Olit-fashionod Melody, When Vou'ro Away. Good-bye Bo e. in tb" Ciloaming Wa tho Hong Shu Seng to Me. I Want to Be in Dixie. Take Me Back to tho Garden of Love. Oil, Mr. Dream Man. SkoWcn Has. f d, Veu Cifcu.i Da;1. Moonlight Pay. i'o Would Von Llk to Be Loved, i lewe Don't T-.ko My l.ivin' Man Away, Baboon Ba'iy Dance The Hour Tint (!ne Mo Voti, I'd Love to I.ivo in Dre.imland with a iir' Like You. The Hard of Ho'es and Loe. l.ei.d Me to That Beautiful Band. f. Girlie W-nJuft Mado to Love. f.'i'Xln' M-.n, Don't "'t'ke My Baby llrand. V, e,i Y'U Wi'e 'v.rnt- ope ;nd 1 v Sweet SMe".i. Eighth rioor Men's Rough Straw Hats New from Italy, at $2 They combine many of the style features that well-dressed men demand this season in the Straw Hats they buy. They are of a coarse, effective sennit weave, with saw tooth edge, high crown, nnd a rather narrow brim. 'Splen didly mode, and, strangely enough, priced at only S3. They ore quite scarce; and, if you find them elsewhere, you will probably pay $3 for one of them. American Rainproof and English Stiff Straws including many with the popular car-wheel brim, ore here in remark able variety ana good money's worth, at $2 and S3. We arc constrained to remark, by the way, that this com bination of excellent style and moderate price has already brought several thousand men to GIMBELS this season for their Straw Hats. fourth fleer Men's Summer Jewplry Good, But Inexpensive Many a man who dislikes to risk his best scarf pins, sleeve links and other jewelry on Summer outings, dislikes equally to wear "imitation ' jewelry. It is for men like this that the Gimbel Jewelry Store has some pertinent aiggestions to make of jewelry, which, though moderate in price, is genuine. Hero arc, for itmtancc, Motlier-of-Ptarl Cuff Links, with both aides of the Himosizo.preventlngloiingthemoutofsoftcuffa. With gold centers, at $3.76 pair; with platinum stitch in center, at ?6.C0 and $7; with Oriental pearls, dia monds and sapphires, up to $38. Studs to match, $3.76 to 932.60 a pair. Loose Links, of gold, plain, engraved or engir.e-turrcd,$3.76 to $18.76 pair. Collar Bars, for noft collars, are 93 pair; Gold Safety Pins aire $1.76 to $8.78. Tie Clasps are 76o to $13,76, solid gold, tho latter set with diamond or ruble. For a man's Vacation Watch, the Minitrue is especially desirable, 7-jowel movement v ith lever escapement in gun-metal or nickel case, at $3.76. An excellent timekeeper, nnd guaranteed. Main fleer Boys' Knickerbocker Suits An Early Clean-up at $6.50 For $8.60, $10 arid $12 Orsdes There's the whole story. We want to get the remainder of these fine Suits for boys of 7 to 18 years into circula tion before the aforesaid boys sta"rt off on their Summer holidays. About .300 Suits in all one, two or Oiree Suits of a pattern, but plenty of suits in each size. Norfolk or double breasted jackets, half or full-lined, in light-weight cheviots, crashes, tweeds and worsteds, in handsome shades of gray and tan. Many with two pairs of trousers. Tomorrow, a "Saturday Special," at $6.C0 a Suit. Fourth Floor We trXd Shoes for Men GIMBEL BROTHERS UHOifWAY NEW YORK THiBTy-nmtu jt. "77ie Best You Ever Set Foot In" Now the census of WELBRED Shoes shows THIRTY STYLES. The newest arrival is of white buckskin, with rubber soles. To be worn wherever white Shoes are required, and where leather soles are not essential. In a very handsome English-looking model, smart for dress, but comfortable for tennis or yachting. $6. CO a pair -ask for style No. 93 6. WKLBIUOD Shoes for every other business or dress occasion, in styles to which this notable firm of shoemakers has succeeded in imparting a distinctly custom-made air. Ask especially to see the i-'oniert-ot lrfi, which comes in an and blr.ck shoes, both hijih cut and Oxf. rc'f. Prices of WKLP.REn Shncr. at 56, $G.C0, $7 and $9 a pair at (UMBELS t.-ly. '. Of our lormcr flood tin?' tit o HiRlt Shoes, vhicn were displaced ly Ihc l'e!trcd, Hurt is still satisja;hry sslection a $3.95 a Hf ' 4 Stooart Fleer I a. I lot Mfmtwm, NMrYarb a, '