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Leaders to Keep Him Off
Governorship Slate if
Hearst for Decision
*Ar Smith, Gerard and
Alexander Still in the
Tammany har- marked William
Chcrr'r. Osborn for slaughter. Despite
_f fact that the former chairman of
??eDonocratic State Committee led the
Egi of the seven avallablcs selected by
__j_e Syracuse conference, the inner cir*
__s of Tammany Hall have decided he
?hall not be the Democratic candi.late
fer Governor, if it is possible to pre?
Tammany's decision was reached at
s meet?ng of its leaders at [?olmomro's
en Wednesday*. Charles F. Murphy.
Wdrr of Tammany Hail, presided.
Others present included Senators Koh
cr? ?*-_ Wagner und James A. Foley.
Inder.cndent Democrats who want to
feif ? man of Osborn's type nominated
regard the decisi?n against Osborn a*
?having been dictated by William Ran
?olph Hearst, who has Murphy".-? prt?tn
~?e to drJtver to him the no-min-ation fo-r
GosTTtior in return Tot his ?mpport of
?lsTOT Etyian i- the municipal campaign
Apart. from Hearst's interest in fafrk
?Tijr the clnnina-ion of O s born, who is
detested by Hearst because of the ?con?
tempt Of horn., in common -with many
ether Demot-rats. has diisplayed toward
the editor of "The Ant frican," Tam?
many dee.!? r.ot want. Osborn because it
believes be won'd not list_n to sngge.s
Hearst. Kort Conf-rid?red
Hearsfs name, it vas repo-i-rod by one
whe participated in the conference, did
not come up for discussion, for the raa
son that the conference was called to
disenss or.!y the eligibility of the serra
-???j* selected by the Syracnse con
ferrees. Hearst's name was tic' among I
Four oT the seven "wore ?*pi-rd*Ty,
eliminated. Tn addition to Osoorn, the
there who failed to measure up to the
Tammany standard were Mayor Harry
('.. Walker, of Binjrhamton ; William R.
T.dwar?s, of X??' ?fork, Collector c.f In?
ternal Bevcnar, and Representative
O orge R. Lunn, of Sch?en?ectady
The three who measured up to the I
Tammany test were Alfred EL Smith,
Trraidoni of the Bcrord of Aldermen; ,
?am?s W. Gerard, former Ambass?ador
to Germany, and Charles B. Alexander.
?presid'Tit of the National "Democratic
"Al" Smith First Choice
"Al"* Smith ws.s first choice from the
ttarL Fear was expressed by some of
the conferrees that Gerard woaid final- '
1.T hare to be eliminated because of ;
bis friendship for Hearst. Gerard's
blither Ls one of Hearst's business ;
managers and has helped him a bit in j
his social aspirations.
The objection to Lunn was that he j
on re made an attach on Murphy's per- i
fonal integrity- one time a favorite
tport frith Hearst. Edwards and Wal
ler were eliminated because they were !
considered not sufficiently -roll known
tlncraghoui the state
Osborn was disposed of first. Three !
objections wore voiced against him.
The first was that he was a friend of.
the Laie Major Mitchel, who was pil?
loried by Hearst, and had contributed
$1.000 to the Mitchel campaign fund.
Then it was said he was one of the
poblic-spirited citizens who urged Gov?
ernor Whitman to investigate the pri?
The tina! one veas that ho was one of
several distinguished citizens who
signed a letter upholding the late May?
or Mitchel. attitude in the wire-tap?
Osborn's accusers and judges agreed
that he was a good Democrat, but not
the kind they want as Governor. They
?lao had a vivid mental picture of
Hearst's wrath for Osborn. recently ,
kindled to a whit,.- heat by Osborn's i
volunteering to be a candidate in the i
Primaries against Hears!, should the !
Democrats bo browbeaten into sup
Porting the editor.
Francisco Orozco y Jimenez
Appeals to Americans to
Obtain His Release
EL PASO, Tex., July 13.?Archbishop]
Francisco Orozco y Jimenez, of Guada-,
??jara, Mexico, was arrested by military i
?Othorities at Le.gos, Jalisco. July 5 and j
'>? brin ? held a prisoner, according to a
courier who reached her,? to-day with i
??quest for Bishop A. J. Shuler to as
I'rt jn obtaining the Archbishop, re-j
telegrams wrT? sent by Bishop'
'-I i t0 -^on **? im or Bonr.ano. apostolic i
??dogate to Washington, and Monsignorl
?nT' 0? Ch,c-ilK'0' reporting the arrest-!
-he Mexican courier said Archbishop!
urozco y Jimenez obtained permission
'rom the Mexican authorities to visit |
vf-if w-ere * public reception was '
"?'ti At 3 1 o'clock on the night of |
??uiy 5 }*,_, V_..1S arrppt,-^ by _ lieutenant i
toionel in command of the troops and
f1*- the following day was taken from'
?*"ange County Democrats
Indorse Woman Candidate ?
-GOSHEN, July 13. -Miss Florence'
-^tchuui., editor of "The Warwick Dis- ''
F**?---, has been indorsed by the i
'^"?oeratic County Committee for the i
omce of County Clerk of Oran-re
vounty. Jt was predicted to-day that
?ne wit] he nominated in the primaries. I
j"'.'- t'-o first woman put forward i
n the county for an elective office,
"er father, George Ketrhum. has been
? I'emorratic leader in the county gev
Ambassador Sharp to Present
French Flag to Elyria, Ohio
r.Kl-YR!A. 0? July 13.- Bastille Day
i i at* celebrated hen? to-morrow with
ant-Tv1' demonstration. Ambassador
??vm*LWl,) Present their homo city
? "th a French flag.
li?__8_P-e"e_tation ?dares* will be de
???????1 of Oberhn College.
Tresznt their Compliments &
Invite you to be their Quests
Part of a Sample Menu
Combination Plate Service (Hot)
Halibut StMk faute. Hol Ian dn I.*?-<?? Sauce, Frrrh Vrf-PtaWes.
.??"lift or Sol?*. Tartar Sa we. Fresh Vegetables..'. . . .[I...
Lobster Cutlet, Cream Same. I'ake.i New 1'oialo.
Broiled Lamb Chop. New Peas, l'orato.
chicken T'atti**. Non- Peas, .Ma^licrl I'otatrx.?.
Roast Trime RJba of Hopf, New Butlere?! Beets, Hrowneii Potato!..
i*.IMBi;j S Famous War Holls an<l Butter.
Bot Fruit Puddings; Hard Sau?-e.
Combination Plate Service (Cold)
i 'up Of .lellied Chicken or Beef Cnnpomme.-.
Assorted Relishes .
Fresh Salmon, Tartar Sam-p, Cucumber Salad .
? 'rat' Ravigote, Relishes.,.
1 <ib.*-ter .*-'aU..i. Surprise.
Dovlled r.KSi< on Lettuce. French Dress-Ins.
'I ornato Surprise.
Assorted Culs. Assorted Salad?.
(-toiled Ham or Tongue. Af-sortol Salails. _
Roast Chicken. Fruit Salad.
Roast Lamb, Assorted SaJads.
Combination of Fresh Vegetables.
Fresh Biitlermllk .
Iced Tea with Lemon.
Iced Coffee or Cocoa with Whipped Cream.
Fresh rp&ch. iluokleberry. Blackberry or Raspberry V
Honey Deiv Melon.
? Cantaloupe?half 15c. whole.
Berries in season?plain cream, 20?
Our Famous Philadelphia Ten Cream all
3lHsX- BR?*\b,*AY--33r?1 SX
Phone Madison Square
July Clearance Sale
Prices on Pianos from $95.00 Up
Prices on Player-Pianos $350.00 Up
These Prices Include Two Tunings,
SIoqI and Free Delivery
With the Piano-Playera also go $10.00 Worth of Music Roll?
'Twice a year we have a sale at these sensationally low prices, in order to clear our
warehouses oi' the accumulation of musical instruments that have come in in exchange
for the superb Pianos and Player-Pianos which we handle from such famous firms as
Stultz & Bauer
Cable & Son
Packard & Bond
Ricca & Son
We place the terms of payment for these sale Pianos as low as $5.00 per month,
which also includes the GIMBEL guarantee.
We guarantee these instruments because we have thoroughly overhauled them in our
Many of these musical instruments have scarcely been used ; others have "done their
bit," but are still good for the music-loving home. So avail yourself of this GIMBEL gen?
20 Pieces of Sheet Music SpecM
Your Choice from Thousands of Copies ?? ?-v
If you want topical songs here is your chance?and think of it?20
copies for 10c We advise quick action if you wish to get your share.
GIMBELS?Music Salons, Eighth Floor
, ;, lli/will II
tP?aaUD EU Cl ? j?M*?'y;,^.f ?
July Clearance of Famous
Regularly $23.00 to $40.00?Now y$ 19.50 to $37
Every machine has the GIMBEL liberal guarantee.
$2 Cash; Balance $1.00 Weekly
Free instructions at your home
if you live mithin city limits.
3ipd sx ? BRDADWaY*-33rd SX
Phone Mad. Sq. 8200
Brooklyn, New Jersey and
-?Direct to GIMBELS
Long I ?land Customer? j_
i* Tub?? and Subway I
needs no coaxing?tor its
use is so universal. Just
see our new Organdies?
white and colors.
^3-- i -*Br=r -v <?...'.?*.--^ ->*r A5^ i*?t^
3TP?S>%- BRjQADWVYrSS^ SA
"Bastille Day"?All honor to France on her day of liberty
Ma-Je of li<!?vy gauge ?i urn m um.
8 qt. ?ize $1.95 10qt.*ue$2J5
12 qt. r-ie.$2J5
Fruit Jsrt, Maion'i Piar?, 79c iff*
War Conditions Only Make
Gimbels More Attractive
A Tremendous Offering?at Less?of
Where Else, at Such Times, Under Such Conditions
Have You Seen Its Equal? Surely, Not in New York!
At least, we haven't seen a sale of this magnitude of scarce Domestics here
abouts?nor elsewhere in the country. Any householder, landlord, hotelkeeper, cog?
nizant of conditions in the market on sheets, pillow cases, blankets and spreads
will affirm our claim for the unusualness of every value in this sale.
Most of the vast stocks in the sale are from our own I The balance of the special features represent alert "pick
stocks and reserves secured in anticipation of market in- ing up" of manufacturer's extra stocks?such as unconfirmed
creases and market shortages. | orders, etc. Every offering here deserves active attention.
Our Famous "Durable" Sheets I 7T~^T~Z ; ?,_._,_ _i I Hemstitched Pi How Cases
Famous far quality. Sized before hemming.
7 2x ?0 ins.. $1.45 each 81.x 90 ins., $1.65 each
72x 00 ins.. $1.55 eachoox 99 ins., $1.85 each
72x108 ins., $1.65 each oo.xtoS ins., $1.95 each
"Durable" Hemstitched Sheets
The finest q&alily. Neatly hemstitched.
81x90 ins., $1.75 each j 81x09 ins., $1.85 each
62x99 Inch Bleached
Fully bleached and a very remarkable
Special attractive values. Hemstitched nicely.
4 2x36 ins.. 38c each | 50x36 ins., 48c each
?15x36 ins., 42c each ' 54x36 ins.. 52c each
Special Plain Pillow Cases
These offerings are particularly noteworthy.
??45x38% ins.. 35c each ; 50x36 ins., 42c each
54x36 ins., 45c each
Pequot Bleached Sheets and Pillow Cases?Very Low
7 2.x 90 ins.,
7 2x 99 ins.,
Six 00 ins.,
Six 09 ins.,
S 1x108 ins.,
oox 00 ins.,
Mixed Blocked Plaid Blankets
Wool and cotton mixed block plaid blankets.
All perfect colors in pink, blue, grey, and tan
68x80 ins., $6.75 pair i 72x84 ins., $10.75 pair
72x90 ins., $12.75 pair
"Beacon" Colored Cotton
A very extensive showing of Beacon colored
cotton blankets specially reduced. Some with
mohair and wide silk bindings.
7oxS4 ins., $5.00 each j 72x84 ins., $5.50 each
7 2x00 ins., $8.50 each
White Woolen Blankets,
A manufacturer's clean-up
Slip-lit damages only. Practically
perfect. White wool and cotton,
mohair lined and bound separately.
66x80 .ins., $6.90 each
70x82 ins., $7.75 each
76x84 ins.. $9.75 each
White Crochet Bedspreads
Splendid values in white crochet spreads for
full size beds. Plentiful assortments.
Plain hemmed spreads. $2.25 and $2.75 each.
Scalloped cut corner spreads, $2.75 and
White Krinkle Bedspreads
Summer weight bedspreads of white krinkle
cloth. Plain hemmed in three special sizes.
62x00 ins., $2.10 each | "2x00 ins., $2.50 each
81x90 ins., $2.75 each
and varieties of five
With two months of con?
tinuous wear for white silk
hose GIMBELS are pleased to
call attention to the very
splendid assortments featured
in its stocks at moderate
Seamless Boot Silk White Hose
with lisle heel, toes and tops?75c.
Full Fashioned White Hose in pure
silks of various weights. All are re?
inforced with double lisle tops and
soles, heels and toes?$1.25, $1.55
A Special Offering of
Navy Blue Silk Petticoats
at Four Moderate Prices
More and more women are becoming aware of
the merits of this practical and charming color. It is
the color of the hour. Ideal foundation for Georgette and many
other frocks. This showing is of plain Navy Blue.
Navy Blue Goddess Taffeta.?t $2.95
Navy Blue Chiffon Taffeta.at $4.95
Navy Blue Milanese Silk Jersey, taffeta flounce.at $5.95
Navy Blue Extra Siase Milanese Silk Jersey top, taffeta flounce, at $6.95
A Fine Collection of
Jersey Silk Petticoatsat $3.45
Slight irregularities in the weave, but
nothing to impair the wearing quality or
appearance. Black and other colors.
GIMBELS?Petticoat Shop?Second Floor
Hundreds of women who have
come to the GIMBEL Pink Corset
Shop for a Nemo Corset have done
so at the advice of a physician.
Ofttimes the Nemo Wonderlift
Corset is to render preventative
service. Too often, it is an impera?
tive recourse after a surgical oper?
The Nemo Wonderlift Corset with
the Wonderlift Bandlet offers a
model for every figure from the
slender to the very stout.
Nemo graduate corsetieres will
assist in the selection of the particu?
lar model that will give perfect
hygienic and style service.
Nemo Wonderlift Corsets,
$6 to $10
A Specially Planned Monday
Event Brings Low Pricings On
Towels and Towelings
| Luncheon Sets?Linens
Fortunately the chief of the linen sections has se?
cured more of various lots that went out quickly in
the past?and expects to repeat past successes on
Monday. Other lots have been reduced for clearaway.
500 Dozen Jacquard Bath Towels, 59c
All over jacquard patterns on full bleached absorbent yarn.?. rink, blue
and gold borders. Size 22x38.
350 Dozen Absorbent Bath Towels. 35c
Bis (size 22x42), spongy, absorbent bath towels. Full bleached. A special
Closely Woven Hemmed Huck Towels. 20c
? Neatly hemmed huck towels, Size ISxS'?. Firm are] closely woven with red
Pure Linen Hemmed Huck Towels, 55c
Kxtra heavy and, therefore serviceable huck towels. ?Size 18x36 Fnds
Linen Irish Crash Toweling, Yard 25c
AU linen Irish toweling for banal, roller or dish towel use. The price I?
I very special.
Irish Linen Crash ToAvels, Dozen $4,75
Pure Irish linen crash dish or pantry tuna*]--. Plain white only. Fill from
lint. Size 2t 1.4x32
13 Vc. Irish Linen Luncheon Sets, $1.75
Irish linen crash with neat shell edge scalloping In blue or white Special
\ a I u e.
13 Pe. Cretonne Luncheon Sets at $1.95
Bungalow luncheon sets of cretonne with attractive lace trimmed edges. A
Japanese Luncheon Cloths and Napkins
Tvarn-I one Japanesa* blue and white bungalow cloth and napkins
-.-.IS cloth, $1.76 60x60 cloth, ?2.25
.'.4^'a? cltath. fJ.yi) ;:~12 cloth. ?3.01
llixlJ napkins, $1.no dozen.
Ramie Weave Costume Linens, Yard 89c
A clearaway of 500 yards of oyster while .?.nl ivory Ramie weave Costume
i Linens. 45 inches wide.
Agreeable to the order made
by the Conservation Division
of the War Industries Board
at Washington, and presented
for our consideration by the
.Mayor's Committee on National De?
fense, we feel obliged to conform
to the regulations required by the
Washington authorities, which we
are notitied are as follows:
(I)?The restriction of deliv.
cries to not more than
one trip a day over each
(2)?Limiting to three days
from date of possession
the time a customer may
return merchandise in
order to enjoy the re
I (4J?The restriction of spe?
ll ?dL (?fiiAi-?^ ^
Values $1.50 to $2.
Sizes 6 to 18 years.
They are manufacturers'
samples and surplus stocks,
broken styles and sizes.
The assortment consists of gowns,
drawers. Princess slips, knicker
drawer combinations, petticoats and
All made of tine cambric or nain?
sook, lace, embroidery insertions,
tucks and ribbon trimmed.
Dainty Boudoir Caps
Made of silk and lace in several
prettv styles Colors are rink, blue
A Five-Day Selling at
Greatly Reduced Prices of
Simple in design, substantial in construction, handsome
in appearance, with many exclusive convenience devices, the
Innovation represents the ultimate in Wardrobe Trunks.
Add to fliese superiorities a chance to buy Innovation Trunks at
such sharp reductions as appear below and a wonderful combination of
attractions is presented to every one in need of a trunk.
GIMBELS arc sole agents for these famous trunks'.
$38.50 Innovation Trunks, $34.50
$50.00 Innovation Trunks, $42.50
$(,5.00 Innovation Trunks, $52.50
$H0.00 Innovation Trunks, $64.50
$90.00 Innovation Trunks, $72.50
At ?30 and $32.50?Innovation Trunks
The Best Value in the City >
? ?nl\ because we have a surplus of these trunks bought before recent
advances are we able tu feature genuine Innovation Wardrobe .Trunk*
at 330 and $32.50. Try and equal this price in New York?even in
GiMBEtLS?Fifth Floor and Subway Store
An Important Sale of
Leather Hand Bags
Va to Y2 Off
This is an annual event of great
repute tor actual value giving. This
year's selling is a recurrence with ;
lust as great values as ever and
More than 1000 Samples
of fine Leather Hand Bags
65c, $1.65, $2.95
Shopping, service, dress, carriage ??id
envelope han<J.bags of sheepskin lamb?
skin, morocco, pin seal, in various Rrain? .
and all thoroughly desirable ami priced
one-third to one-h-ilf off.
Hundreds of Useful Leather
Pieces at Exactly V_ Price.
Traveler?' requisites and dTeasing e.,p?
fia.?'-:?, frames, writ ng folios, memoran?
dum books, writing set.?, mus'? ro -
lar '?ag? purses, wallets Jewel boxes, all
ei 'j prices?
25c to $5.00
With vocation time cl it? height -ihn ?*_
caiion juic/v c.alli fm immediate rt< non
The Subway Store
is gaining new friends
by the scores daily.
It't .1 '?lore with the homelike atmosphere.
Wailing Room on the BaLony.
Telephone Booth*?Xearly Everywhere!
A Service Dcsl( on each floor for your
V ou can have a d? lightful Luncheon In
our Dairy Lunch Room at a Popular
I wo Immense Downstairs Floors.
Cool and comfortable.
Lower priced Merchandise.
Direct entrance from "Tubes" and Broo^~
Brooklyn, New Jersey ?nd Long
Island Customer??Direct to
GIMBELS vi? Tub?? and Subway