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THE EVENING WORI.D, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, T91.
SEA GATE 0!
WDNT LOSE HOMES
AH Title Arc Protected, but
Only the Bayskte Land
runic t lat I p ptMMII fXimlnn p!irt-
. ii ei ndlUoni art .1 the) isjri .iway
PI win bs in dlflksully In fur-
RlsMM llM iH'r ii" In the OM wonlprn
indartei of (?ojey Island, Thl line
.M 1 pi ar Inc property of the Atlantic
''' t (Tilth and In fsel nlinont nil uf the
Son Gate property affected. Such proof
wii nol offered to JoctlOi Crnnt in fhe
r.as )ua1 triad, because, tlie land It if
fectad nrai i'i r:n- tp the thnt :ho
restefn boundary linn of Coney ljOnnd
irsi nol malarial
"Tha title al Sm (lata ha all heen
Iniurad in title cotnpasi and the frojh
arty nwnrrn ara protected, Two prirmta
dwelling "t of K.o u.iii.iinm ami '
" lt of the yaohl dub lire In only
Improvomenti within the area Ht sen,
'.ni' affect i-d at nil ly the clty'B lc-
Members nf 1 1 . Atlantic Yacht Hub
anil roeldcni nf Sim date geetlpyiM
.H front iiri-ii'T y if c,n,y Isnd
vnlSni hi 1V111 Si.Wn.nw m h.
I ' 1 1 1 t tat their li Mln 1
aroi pr,.-iC ally nntKMe the drrli on 1?: I
Kunrajiii' Court Justice IV.ine that cor
I iiif land hnriiiM ing on Oraveaand Bay ,
reaty t'io property Of the cltv of New
ork and doe not helona to rrlv:i'
IndMduala w ho bought It In good fa'fi
and Improve! it.
"The ca-c which baa Jut been decided
by Jut c Crana Is quite different from
the clnlm which the city nmken with
regjlrif, to property within the limits of
Kea dale." ltd Ilartow f. We-li".
I rcnident of the Ke.i Oate ASSPClttlClll.
In an Evening World roportar to-.'ay.
"Tha, title to the land under water In
the added i-ane raated entirely upon
ti c arnnu frdm the .state, vl lie tka title
to land- Ithln Be data c me not only
I irftaXh grants from the State, but nlro
1 ntiuah a urunt from the town of
"Mn question waa made by Bi city h
t. the title t.. tha bilk or the property
In dea intr Tha city only attaeks the
title of so ji n . -n uf ihe property on the
flrava'cnd llav front aa l ei iutlde of
the line rf blj:h water aa the iim
tltel in tune, ISM The cMjr also
roepajnlaea that property ownera have
acojiUred a ood title to all of the land
rud the hlrh water mark of 1W,
nUrll has hei n gained bv natural
"Burh natural acrretlon unqoeetlon
nbly carried the hlRh weter mnrk
enry ismi out to within a few feet
of prerent bullrbead of the Atlantic
TacM 1 'lub. and the line haa continued
to move out until it Im now well beyond
the lltu ?if thai bulkhead, Many other
condltlona ealal which, In the opinion
of the law ei i iiaxlng charge of the
,t, fener nf I o1 p 'tiding dectalona affect"
kia the property within Sea 'late dlf
freantlate, thei two caaea, and no fea
Im ajitertalnad a to the result whloh
will follow the trial of Ihe ensea afr.-t-Ina
Se 1 (late property.
"One nf i to ltuportant dlffer
ence;1 of condltlona w hlch affect the
title o the Hen (late property la pointed
nut by JukMo. Crane i-i Ma opinion,
wliere he .sava:
"Tt in na id t ie afeatermoat of Cnnv
lalaiftal haa been a ahlftlna point prad-u-illy
extedlntr l" the weal Into the
oeeaiM nnd that a monument or call
point ennnot move bv ac Mon al-
thonerh the till the . nod land
may. Thl I trpe, and the title of
the town of Urnvi od to land under
nf t '.111 nnl extend from t ie ,,
of Cai. i Islmd :i..i it w.l ?t toe (line
of riie Doncan charter, till Bui while
it may be common knowladara that
theae eltincH have -bit led ery ma
tertaTly within the memory of man . nd
probably 10 ponalderable extent :l tha
laat 2on years yel :-i Ihe abaenoe of
ill proof upon the BUbJeoti I mual a
llnrlinvuer. He'll llq on the Job.
Sheriff Julius llarburcer hee to au
n iiince that he, hlmae.lf, will be at hie
office. N'o. M Mroadway, at 9 o'oloek
lo-murrow Tnonilrinf and will remain
there until the pnlla cIobo. He will be
ri idy to meal any trouble which may
Briae, lie will have deputy sheriff a on
I nd "i Buppriss anv local trou lies, and
..- prepared fur a quick notlfleatlon of
pedal deputy sheriffs In the eontln
ei n v Dial all the police should fall
dead und Oov. lx- order the pulla of
the entire city to be manned by the
For Fourteen Years, Restored
To Health by Lydia E. Pink
Elgin, 111. "After fourteen years of
mfferinn evarythiag fron female com
plaints, 1 am nt Inst
restored to health.
"I employed the
best doctors and
even went to the
hospital for treat
ment and was told
there was no help
for me. But while
taking Lydia B,
talile Compound I
bagap to UBPfova
and I continued
its use until I was made well." Mrs.
Henry Leisrlicrf?, 743 Adams St.
Kearneysvillc, W. Va. "I feel it my
duty to write nnd say what Lydia E.
Piiikham's Vegetable I'ompotind has
done for me. I suffered from female
weakness aud at times felt so miserable
I could hardly endure being on my feet.
"After takiiiK Lydia B, Pinkbam'i
Vegetable Compound and fallowing your
pedal directions, my trouble is gone.
Wordl fail to express my thankfulness.
I reronimend your medicine to all my
friends."- -Mrs. (i. B, Whittiugton.
Tha above are only two nf the thous
ands of grateful UtteH which arc con
stantly being received by the Pinkham
Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass.,
which show elrnrly what great things
Lydia E, Pinkham i vegetable ( one
pound lines fur those who suffer froui
If you want special advice write to
I.vdia B. Pinkham Medicine Co.
(confidential), Lynn. Mass. Your
letter will be opened, read and
tied by a woman and held in
X 111 'on s. ,in jt, MW.M7f I
" i null ii looiiii vmMmxaK 1
Election Day Special
In Our Basement
Following our usual custom of many years
atandinj , we shall offer for Election Day only
iuced From s3, 1. $4M
All This Seasons Styles
Talien From the Main Floor
Paten! Leafier, Button and Laos, dun Metal
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Calf UuLton, Uaee mm oiuener, IJIae Calf j
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Store Open ALL DA Y Tomorrow
ELECTION DA Y
GIMBEL BROTHERS Announce
An Important Series of
ELECTION DAY SPECIALS
This is a store that more men ought to know better.
For New York men are pood business men, and it is good business for them
to secure for the same money, the added quality, as well as the fine assortments
and the good service that they are sure of at (UMBELS.
So, tomorrow being a holiday, we have planned a Spechil Day for Men, that
they may find pleasure and profit in making it their business to share in the fine
offerings we shall present. Beginning with
Entirely New Lots of Men's $22.50 to $27.50
Heavy Suits and Overcoats at $17.50
Lowered price-tickets for Election Day on a splendid new lot of WINTER
OVERCOATS. Three-quarter silk-lined, full-length Overcoats with convertible
collars and some with Astrakhan collars.
Also 83 foreign Overcoats, one or two of a kind, in light and medium weights samples of $30
or better grades, and just 46 "Avenue" Coats, in Fall weight, in blue and gray mixtures.
The FALL and WINTER SUITS include 120 in plain blue serge, Oxford blue
cassimeres and unfinished worsteds in blue with white pin-stripes and some brown
mixtures all in English models.
All these, in addition to other fine Suits and Overcoats that were previously marked at $17.60,
for $22.50 to $27.50 qualities. Fourth Floor
In the Subway Store, Men's $18 Co $22
Overcoats and Suits at $11
Among the Overcoats are tliree-quarter length Chesterfields, button-through models, full
length and Avenue" Overcoats in Fall and Winter weights; while the Suits include a splendid
variety of materials and fabrics. Sizes 33 to 46 in each group. Subway store, Balcony
Men's Remarkably Good Shirts at 05c
Does the price suggest a round-up of "mavericks?" Far from the fact. These Shirts are
as brand new as tomorrow's election returns fresh out of their wrappings, and well-made and
clean-cut in every particular. Some are identical with our own regular $1.50 Shirts. The rest
are equal to other $1.50 Shirts not quite as good as ours at that price, but a good purchase at 96c
for all that.
Woven madras with handsome black, blue or lavender stripes on white grounds; plain negligee
or printed percale, in a great variety of different stripes; plaited bosoms. All coat style with
attached cuffs. 1,200 tomorrow at 96c each. Main Floor
Men's $2.50 and $3 Soft Hats, $1.50 and $1.95
In each case the reason for the price-saving is the same broken size ranges but there are
some 600 Hats in t he group, all perfect, and in the season's new styles. Smooth and rough finish,
including imported Velour-finished Hats, and aH Colors as well as black. At 91.60 each, formerly
$2.50; at $1.96 each, formerly $3. Also in the $1.96 group some of the popular tweed Hats.
In the Subway Store, Men's $1.50 and $2 Hats at $1
Rough and smooth-finish felts, including some that we imported. All sizes in the group and
perfect Subway Store, Balcony
If Coats and Wraps Were Candidates for Praise
These Would Get a Majority of Votes from Women
Our reproduct ions of imported Evening Wraps at $29.60 to $66 are fore
most among tomorrow's candidates, but there are street coats, traveling and
motoring coats- at except ional value-giving prices.
Premet's Grecian Warp is exquisitely reproduced in brocaded velour and
black velvet and trimmed with skunk-dyed opossum, at $46.
A tih'ck satin Wrap, trimmed with brocaded velvet, is $29.60.
Calloi's black satin Wrap, with an Elizabethan ruff of velvet, is $36.
And there are Wraps of the new corded plush, at $66.
Sealet te Coats, wit h Robespierre collars of mole or beaver plush, at $32.60.
A stunning Chinchilla Coat reproduction of our imported Cyrano"
A large collar of natural raccoon gives elegance to t he Coat illustrated.
It's of a light-weight tan woolen with shaded green plaid back, and its two
small and two large pockets are bound with silk Iwaid, as are also the edges
of the coat. $32.60. Third Floor
On Wednesday An Extraordinary
Sale of Women's Suits
Two purchases of Suits made to our special order from manufacturers'
surplus materials. The Fur-trimmed Suits of imported corduroy, will be
$37.60 ; Suits of Winter serge will be $27.60. Third Floor
Our Paris Bureau Has Just Sent Us the
Newest Styles in Plush Hats $5
Small Hats," says Paris, and here they
are almost simultaneously with their adoption
bv the I'arisiennes.
As these Hats of erect pile velour plush are from Stoeffel, one of
the foremost hatters of Paris they are so beautifully made and
flexible, that they may be easily adjusted to the style of the in
dividual wearer therein lies one of the secrets of Parisian chic.
Just in black, white, brown, navy and taupe the most fashionable
Fur pom-pons, stick-ups, motifs and bands- the most approved
trimmings for plush hats may be selected at 76o to $3.76.
It is economical not to forget our No-charge Trimming Service,
which is always extended when you purchase an Untrimmed Hat
and its Trimmings in our Millinery Sections. Third Floor
1,200 Sample Neckflxings
25c, 50c and 75c
Duplicates of 50c to $4 Styles
If your neckfixing box is at low ebb, you can select all the kinds
nf mIImm .-mil iahot t hat vou will need for the Winter in this Sale.
Probably only one of a style, and again there may be a dozen, for this manufacturer has a large
corps of salesmen. Some or the jatmts nave Kobespierre or Uirectoire collars of silk or satin
attached -others have high stocks of shadow lace
Swiss embroidery, too.
36c to 60c Veilings, 18o to 26c a yard Shadow and Mesh designs
$2 Chiffon Cloth Veils, $1 Hemstitched all around, are these veils that are V yards long
Black, white, green, tan, gray and violet.
$1 Chiffon Veils, 60c- -these are l1 yards long and are hemstitched. Msla Floor
Men's $6 Storm Shoes at $4.75
How men will enjoy protection of these sho3s on the first d;iy of driving rain or scudding
snow! They are maie of hnvy tan Russia or gun-motal Calf, Blucher cut, with bellows
tongues reaching to the shoe tops, an I stout vUcolizel soles. As nearly wet-proof as shoe's can be
made. Our regularly $6 gra le, iu an Electbn Day Special at $4.75 pair. Second Floor.
In the Subway Store, Men's $3.50 Shoes at $2.45
Eighteen styles in tan and gun-metal calf, patent leather and vici-kid, with heavy or light
soles, in various toe shapes and all sizes. Subway Store, Balcony.
Men's Umbrellas, Special at $2 and $3
Two excellent groups, each at considerable economies. The Umbrellas at $2 have pure silk
coverings, with plain Mission or natural wood handles, in good assortment. Those at $3 are
of extra quality pure silk, with trimmed natural wood, Mission with etched sterling silver caps,
pimento, Prince of Wales hooks, sterling silver mounted buckhorn, and other styles of handles.
Two Items from the Sporting Goods Section
MEN'S COAT SWEATERS with the new "ruff neck" collar. In gray only; well fin
ished: regular $5.50 quality at $4 each.
POKER SETS; box in Flemish oak finish, with brass name-plate on top, with 200 inde
structible chips and two packs of playing cards. Set. complete, $3.76, regularly $5. Fourth Floor.
Thi is bre.ciselv the tioint that we wish to emphasize about this Dobsnn Sale.
Many a fine old business has dried up and blown away, and its stock, when
it came to a final disposal, was only a i?host of its former self.
An Extraordinarily Varied Stock
But here is a retail Carpet and Rug Store which for more than a third of a century
has been a household word with New Yorkers, which we bought out completely, as much
to its own surprise as anybody else's, when its business zvas in full swing and its stock,
maintained at the top notch.
As a result, it is Just like walking into a Rug and Carpet Storo noted for its fine stocks and
being able to select uny sort of carpet or any make of rug you wunt at a very handsome saving
Instead of paying the, full price for it.
Preparations for Rapid Service
We have made renwrkable preparations to have thlti event achieve the lUCOQSI it deserves
to display the uplcndid goeds adequately and to serve properly the tremendous crowds that we
know will respond to the announcement,
More than 800 feet of aisle space four city blocks Is devoted to the display on the Sixth
floor and in the Subway Store,
Many Rugs in Notable Makes
The roster of famous makes of Floor-coverings represented in this Sale is complete. Vou
will find among tke Rugs
Guprb Royal Wiltcns from the Bigdlow Csrpet Company
Royal Kashan and Savalan Ruj3 from Thos. Divslon & Sons
Splendid Selkirk Wilton Rugs from Schofield, Mason & Company
As Well as the Products of Many Other Well-Known Mills.
There are some charming coat collars of
black, white, magpie
There Is Only ONE Sewing Machine with a Dual Personality
When you run a seam with a sewihg machine
you either want it to Stay in tight lock stitch
or to rip easily, as in hems of children's dresses
With every Sewing Machine EXCEPT ONE you
have to decide beforehand which kind of sewing you
intend to do the most of, and then Stick to it.
That ONE Sewing Machine
Is The "DOMESTIC
For. ty means of its marveloua loo per. It
EITHER UH K or CHAIN STITCH, AS YOU
PRKFKK, and allow you to make the chango from
one to the other in a ilffy. Ita benefit!, for the
woman who han much home aewing to do, aa wall
iu for thu rireiwmaker, are inralcu'aba.
Hwidfa it han all the other feature in ita easy
running mechanism that have made tha "Domestic'"
a househo.d word in thousands of American fami
.ies, und have sold over two million of the Machines
in the laat half century.
GIMBELS is the only store in Greater
New Yorh, WesUhiirr County and Long
Island in which Domestic Sewing Machines
mav be bought. And we sell them on EASY
$2 Cash and $1 Weekly
with fre delivery on any of our wagon routes; fret inttruttions at your home, within twenty-five miles of New York;
and free dalivery at your nearest railroad station by freight, if within 600 mite of New York City.
These models are particular favorites.
Hand Lift, $22 and $30 ; Automatic Lift, $33
Come in and let us demonstrate them to you. Send for catalogue. Fifth Floor
The Oldest New Yorker Cannot Remember a Floor-Covering Event of Equal Importance with This
Sale of JOHN & JAMES DOBSON'S Retail Stock
Of $175,000 Worth of Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums
It needs but a moment s reflection to realize that $175,000 worth of Floor-
coverings means a very considerable stock.
Many Carpets in Plain Colors
A notahle feature in the collection of Carpets is the quantity in plain colors, for which the
demand is so groat, in every grade, from Royal Wilton to Ingrain. So many varieties of floor
coverings, in their different qualities, aro involved, that it is an impossibility to quote prices for
the Siirth Floor Display.
Remarkable Prices in the Subway Store
We have assembled in the Bubway Store the most oxtraordinury groups of Kugs nnd Car
pets thai have ever been known ur, their prices, und ulthough we er.nnot tell at this writing, in view
of the cert nin enormous dermoid, exactly what will be hero tomorrow, you are quite Bafe in expecting
fine choosing imiong the following:
Carpet Remnants at 28c and 50c a Yard
Carpets in Short Lengths for Rugs, 15c and 25c Each
70o Tapestry Carpets, 40o a Yard
0x12 Ft. Tapestry Brussels Rugs, $5
0x12 Ft, Wilton Rugs, $20
0x12 Ft, Axmlnster Rugs, $10
Inlaid Linoleums, Short Lengths, 2Bo Square Yard
Btalr Carpets, Narrow Widths, lOo a Yard b5Rm?