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n* ww F^aFon's mllllnerj' is of unusual in trfrt. Th?re is enouph variety and chanjre of &G» to jjcase the most exacting- And withal. ;h« 5-2 res are mostly becoming in the average ASfrican type of face and head, the which ff-n not bs said of the majority of shapes In s=e of the seasons lately parsed. - - ar» larpe hats ar.d small hats, or rath?r rjTtEJ"-— The former are hats for dress occa t:s!s aOSSIT. while the smart, close fitting tur y tr* for str»'?t wear almr»«rt exclusively. Z^-.trt are lars© and small tricomes, and a nit comber of j-iretty walking hats with one f .it turned up in a most bewitching way. Then ittn is the Kalrnouck. or Russian turban, big cr.fl ricvjrpsque shapes of the first and Ff-cond fTr.r'.r» r^riods, and lastly. >-et most novel of d rto^-es that are distinctly of th? Louis XV zr.i XVI epochs. "With such an assortment to f*iect from the choice is certainly somewhat (zZarrzssir.g to ths woman who can buy one cr tto cf each. Lthen, vu 10 notes* jetty City to HOTt St Ry. Tunnel 4 Subway. Paris Has Been Brought to Brooklyn. STYLE EXPERTS for Brooklyn 's Representative store reside in the fashion centers of the Old World and keep us in constant touch with the work of the creators of style. Not for are the new immediately imported. fashion B of the Old World and keep us in constant touch with the work of the w of style. Not only are the new powns immediately imported. Pesorip tions are cabled ahead and our expert dressmakers reproduce the work of these master? so quickly that but a brief time elapses between the showing of the New in Paris and the showing: of the new in Brooklyn's Great Store. And yet prices are always based upon a fair margin of profit. Paris has been brought to Brook lyn — the most superb hats, gowns and all apparel are here at Abraham & Straus prices. The Subway the best Way - Women's $30.00 Evening Capes, $22.50. kLITYbro • ■ hi lo» f lined with «atm; all * 'ludinpr black. broadcloth Jackets, $10.50 •-.oadclotri Jackets, $15.50. mercury wings, bonds and bows made of - . ostrich plumes and aigrettes of every OtnprlM th<> styles in feathers The latest in shaped like a palm leaf fan, and many of them have two small mercury • • 1 at the bane in a most effective r. The military, or brush, aigrette ls a lid shape for the youthful face. FtF t ornaments there are big buckles and cabort nf jet. silver and gold, the antiqiM metal effects Ix-ing primo favorites. •here are gold and silver galloons that Iffhtty tarnished, which are used to deco rate snme of the most fashionable of the Jaunty •. A stunning, long haired black beaver hat in this three-cornered shape was ■em the other day on Broadway simply trimmed around the edge with a one-inch band of gold and bJ a, with a huge cockade at the Ie marW- entirely of the narrow galloon. The pressed shapes in hats are made of beaver, • r, moire faced with velvet, taf feta fac-d w* h velvet and all velvet. Also ther* tire hrits nnde nf sT.k ji'.ush. the material of a mans high silk hat ls made. So that, beside? the new forms, there is quite a variety of materials used in the construction of the hats. BROOKLYN. $45.00 Russian Pony Skin Coats, $24.75 THIS is POSITIVELY THE BEST VALUE ever offered by any store in Greater New York. The Coat is 50 inches lone, semi-fitted back, shawl collar, anil lined with Skinner's satin or best quality of Venetian, in gray or black shades. The skins are French dyed and very soft and pliable. All sizes from 32 to 44 inches bust measure. At $39.75. Russian Pony Skin Coats, SO ; At $198.50. Persian Lamb Coats, 30 inches inches !onp. made of French dyed skins. \ong, made of very fine Lelpsic dyed skins; beautifully marked: semi -fitted back, shawl semi-fitted; shawl collar, cuffs, brocade collar; lined with Skinner's satin. lined. At $49 75 Nearseal Coats. 50 inches long. At $218.00. Hudson Seal Coat, sf> inches FYencl dyed skins- Beml-fltted back, shawl ! loni made of extra fin* French dyed skins; collar: satin lined. rif-w model, military collar and fevers; jew — *» i *• •' * ea «_„!,„ i~_«. eled buttons, handsome satin lining. At $5950. C.-.C. Coats. in, >-^* At $195.00 Marmot Coat imported. 42 inches and turnback lon*, made of sable dyed skins, now color: n t" a i v b"!i an revera ro At , *^M??£i£l o"? o ?Yon^h n dv?d a skin- A^OO.^ian Lamb Coat. 45 inches ZSSSSSSi cillST Sklnne?. sattn I°ni. made of best qualriy skins. Leipsle .<mi imra, biuxw* . dyed; military collar and revers; fancy llnea - _. . _ ,_ buttons: handsome brocade linn.- At $76.50. Russian Pony Skm Coat. ,n At $350.00. Hudson Seal Coat., Imported, im-hes long, made |ofe extra »hawl glossy «*3e of best French dyed skins; ermine o^^r^^^^nd^e l^ Sta£ funded front; very attractive linlnp. „ , w At $750.00. Baby Caracul Coat, imported, At $127.50. Hudson Seal Coats, 50 inches made of the finest caracul skins; hand lonjr. made of French dyed skins; new snmely braided; i.ire- shawl collar of silk shawl collar; semi-fitted; light brocade fox linings. Second Boor. front. Central Building. Women's $35.00 to $45.00 Suits, $29.75 \ GROUP OF HIGH ( LASS TAILORED STITS for women, including the i ials. Among the proup are the new wide wale fabrics. -man tailored broadcloths. Wooer's $40.00 to $50.00 Suits at $34.75. A pn.ui- which Includes the newest styles in 2 and 2 piece Suits: broadcloths and r.^w worsteds; variety of models. Women's $100.00 to $135.00 Su.t. at $85 00 V ■ Wo r n-.» 30.00. .>S : O^-«'«\,.;; Ostrich Plumes at Unmatchable Prices MAKUFACnJEER'S SAMPLE LINE of black and white Ostrich PI news yet. C 1 1Q K2 <o Plumes .. .$1.97 14.79 l'lum* - . $3.59 »8.95 Plu s. $6.95 lie:- I'lum'-5 ... $1-19 5 j meg | 239 $v , pi umea $4.89 I es. $8.19 $1.49 $2.89 1C.46 PI U • $4.95 | $9.39 Black Ostrich Tips— 3 Tips in a Bunch. _ . - «!97 |5.76 Bunch Tlpi $2.89 $4 7r, Btracn Tip!" $3.89 Bunch Tip. >'•* r. Ewt BttUdim ■ Women's $25.00 Full Length Coats . -t m«>d< Is, >■■ tan, NEW-YORK DAILY TRTBT^T:, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1909. Borne of the smartest turbans are trimmed with Immense ribbon bows. Thes« aro poaed rather low at the left sid« and toward the back, which Ls a novel arraneement, and one that is quite in kfepiner with ihe outline of the new turban. This was a style most popular in the fashionable quarters of Paris during early Sep tember and vas attractive from Its very sim plicity. There is an enormous array of fashionable shades and colors in millinery this season. To enumerate all would be an impossible task, A few of the more prominent ones are suede, pas siflore or mauve, Bordeaux, taupe, olive, bronxe, iris, lierre preen, sphynx. Bteel and lead blues, blue of the night and national blue. But, even so, the half has not been told. Hats shown In th*> exclusive millinery estab lishments and the bis department stores here are in general accord with those that are at th»> moment being shown In Paris, for the reason that every one of these places receives a direct weekly shipment of the latest Paris models. Copies of them, to be sure, are made In their own workrooms, and for copies you do not have to pay as much as for the orlpinals. In otb*»r words, you get Paris ptyles made here at prices that are truly marvellous. v :,'.. ■... . ■ -ill splendidly : ■ ■ • $24.75, $29.75. $34.75 and $39.75. One Hundred Tailored Suits for Women. Fall at $12.98. V*a ■ styles and mat< ria Is. None < ' < ■ I > Silk Lined Voile Skirts, value $12.50, ut $9.98. .: 'V:.";i! P.;.: .!!ns. Oxford navy mid black; ••■» incries mnp; «"' sizes. Women* $30.00 Full Length Broadcloth Coats, $22.50. French black broadcloth, satin lined throughout, handsomely trimmed with soutache braid; •■» inches lon«; all h | z ,. H . B«rond fl>.ir. f.ntrul Building. I.— LARGE HAT OF FI-I'M COLORED VXXVET. with drapery of amethyst ribbon and plum colored ostrich feather* placed, la th« mew style, at th» hack at the hat. Made by Ellane. Paris. 2.— A >I-I.KM)II> HAT FOR THE TATI.OREn SIIT. with Its ■mnrestlon of the trlrorne form. Made of neal brown felt and •nuußentrd with am elesaas ribbon drapery anal bow of a lighter »had* of brown, bordering on the. maxtard color. Made by Angu*tln«\ Paris. 3.— GAIXSIIOUOIOH HAT OF BLACK SILK Br.AVEK. trimmed with handsom* willow ostrich plumes in several shade* of mustard rater. Sad* by Btaaav Paris. *•— TOQVE OF CRAY RISSIAN FOX. with crown of amethyst veiret. ornamented with beads of the same «hade. Hade by CarUrr. Paris. 5 - — ™ X "MARY MAXNERLNO TTT4BAN." created for the popular American actress by Au=u*t ine. Paris. Made of black fax fur. and simply lilmiasil wtJH the animal's head and tall, and ornamented with a single pink rose. GreenhiiK and Company Dry Goods Semi-Annual Sale of Cut Glass at Less than Half. Use The A. ft S. Private Subway Station. Almost a month earlier than usual, but then we were all ready and we could not hold back this stirring bargain news. It's an event that is known far and wide to lovers of fine Cut Crystal and is now thoroughly estab lished as an occasion that presents the lowest prices quoted on first quality of Cut Glass. Not a meagre showing either, but an extensive gathering that embraces everything in Cut Glass that goes to make a complete exposition. Extreme care has been exercised in the selection of the pieces for this sale and only the very finest, richly Cut Glass, such as will do justice to the name of GREENHUT was chosen, equalling in beauty the showing of the most exclusive shops. An exceptional opportunity to select gifts, remembrances, card prizes, and above all, a chance to replenish your Cut Glass Cabinet at a saving of half. 1.000 Richly Cut Nappies in 5 and 6 inch sizes, some with handles: a well covered rich /^ C\ -> deep cutting— value $1.25 and $I.so— your fj W/ choice at the remarkable price of \S%S\S Richly Cut Table Tumblers in assorted designs — Brilliant and clear. This one item is enough to bring crowds of shoppers. /~\ ,-, The lowest regular values are 35c to 50c. >^ ill Your choice at mm%S\S Richly Cut Water Jug, full 2l2 l 2 pint size, sunburst and diamond design cutting; j cut handle and cut notched top valued by (P / O *T £T some stores at $4.50— regular price is .O/^ /„ J $3.95— Now on sale at %¥** • i \J $4.50 Round Nappies, <J inch size. $2.95 $2.50 Pickle Dishes, fancy shape, $1.50 $5.50 Ice Cream Dishes, $3.95 $7.50 9 inch Fruit or Salad Bowls, $5.00 $3.50 8 inch Fruit or Salad Bowls, $2.50 Tall Water Tugs. $3.95. $15 ( ><■ \\ ater Carafes, $10.00 $10.75 Cologne Bottles, $7.50 -. $6.50 $10.00 Ice Tubs, $6.75 $l .75 Flower Vases, $4.75 $5 75 Flower Vases, $3.95 Berry Bowls, 10 inch si»e, $12.50 Round Cake Dishes, $10.00 Salad Bowls, $10.00 $10.50 Salad Bowls, $7.50 its, $6.75 • • rts, $9.00 i Vase, $3.95 rt, $2.95 -T ■ ! Sappy, $3.95 $100,000 Cargo of Fine Oriental Rugs In a Noteworthy Low Price Sale. Another immense purchase has come through the Custom House, been cleaned, sterilized and tested by our ex perts. Every bale that is opened shows unique and interesting specimens that will refresh the eyes of enthu siasts. Prices average less than figures prevailing in the wholesale market down town. We are direct importers, all purchases are made by our own representatives in Persia. Turkey and India. They know the tricks of Oriental trading—they can buy at prices that some dealers would think impossible. Beloochistan Rugs — silky pieces of fine One lot Royal Kirmanshah Rugs — beau .texture in dark rich shades of reds and blue <£iO Zf) ttful pieces in this high grade quality in an C/> /"I/I —values $15 to $20— price. %p 1 »kJ\* average size 4.6x6.6— value $80 to $110, at . *P\JkJ.\J%J 250 Shirvan Rugs — average size 3.6x5.6. _^ One lot Carabaugh Rugs— Choice selection Choice collection of colorings and designs. C// "*» / ) of these popular rugs average size 3x4 — value <^/£ "7C Values $12.50 to $30. at $7.95 to «X— £-•+*** $9.50— ... «pO./O Persian Muskabad Carpets — choice selec- Afghan Carpets — fine carpets d excellent Won lof i medallion 5 and \ allover effects in at- values in soft self-toned colorings and choice . tractive colorings. Extraordinary special designs-averse mm BxlO-values $75 to $69.50 values in these popular Rugs-average size £64 -)fj $UO. at ...... " ys\* **•%*%* 10.6x8.6— value $85. at %p\j *sw 75 pieces of Antique Persian Rugs in- One lot Mossoul Rugs extra heavy qual- eluding some hall runners— excellent values (^OT sO/1 "ity in a choice selection-average size 3.6x6 <k]2.50 m choice selection. Value $35 to S50 ' at ' • *P~+**UU —value $17.50. at ........ V ' . • Persian Gore van Rugs— high class Persian weaves in de- Royal Kirmanshah special values in these high si ns and colorings not found in cheaper Oriental grades. erade Rugs. Fine in texture and beautiful in colorings and suitable for dining room, library or living room. Note the desiens Their regular low value is $2.75 square foot. We following sizes dial we quote at 95c sq. foot. Recular offer them to you at $2.50 square foot— Note the sizes: values $1.50 square foot: Size 11.9x8.8 at. ... $u>!i-oo Size 15 . 9.3 at. ... $390.00 Size 11.6x9.7 at. ... $93*— Size 13.4x9.6 at. ... $121.00 Size 14.2x8.3 at.... $2i5.00 Size ,6x9>8, 6x9>8 at $Jto . oo Size 11x3.9 at $**•« Sue 12.3x10.10 at. . $137.00 Size 13.3x9.1 at.... $*25-°° Size 12.2x9.2 at. ... $106.00 Size 14.9x11 at. ... $136.75 Special Bargain Tables for Odd Pieces of Rich Cut Glass. We Will Shop for Out of Town Patrons Mail Orders are treated with special care here. A trained woman shopper is ready to represent you in this store and give personal atten tion to your wishes. A new and better kind of shopping service. Richly Cut Fern Dishes, 8 inch size , on 3 feet— richly cut all over and fitted M* O C\ £? with quadruple silver-plated lining, .n/j *7» / Valued by many stores at $4.50. Now. . *p'«^»%^^^ Fruit and Salad Bowls. 8 inch size, deeply cut, a special lot of about 300. U* "^ £\C^ Beautiful patterns, including the pin J% / i) *~J wheel — good value at $2.95 at. .. Hr "* • v^ %-r Richly Cut Nappies and Bonbon Dishes. assorted shapes, some with two handles, regu- \*§ /~* larly $1.50 and $1.95. at • Sandwich or Cake Trays, $5.00 Celery Di $1-50 $2.25 52.95 $2.95 T.»:i Footed C mw rts, $2.50 Round N'api v. $6.00 $'.50 512.00 $15.00 Oval Orange Bowl, $10.00 $7.50 Deep Bowl . *5.00 I ha! Nut Bowls, $2.95 $8 Sandwicb Plates, $3.95 $25.00 Ice Cream Dish. $15.00 $1200 Ice Cream Dish, $7.50 ih, $10.00 $1000 Sngar ft - -. $5.00 $2.95 Fern Disl , $1.95 Ice Tub. $6.75 Ice Tub. $5.00 - Dish $17.50 TH!!:I> F ' •\ $45.00 535.00 . $35.00 $3750 - $21.00 ters, $3.95 ■33.95 $::50 ?-.50 '$10.00 - _ • 57.50 - $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 53.95 ties, $6.50 $3.95 $5.00 $2.50 , $3.95 •U!