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In Newark’s World of Fashion This Event Will Be Paramount $ 10,000 Worth off Evenm^Gowns 11! Rich and Elegant Creations from m New York’s Most Noted Dressmakers ^ u* Afternoon and SS Reception Gowns M Delightfully Conceived and Superbly w Executed—Showing Every Evidence 'm of Highest Skill of Needleworkers Sk) - -* - ||' ( •Street and Carriage Gowns §9 | From the Most Skilled Tailormen. W , Novel in Style, Superb in Finish, Excellent in Quality. m j* * j* Nn All Embraced m a Sale p L That Will Cap the Climax on Every NH Dress Event That Newark Has Known Begin. Wednesday, Oefc„ 11 p Continuing Until We Dispose of the p h Entire Collection of Beautiful Gowns It would be worse than folly to ifndertake a detailed descrip- jsr4 tion of the many gowns embraced in this daring purchase of ver" high-grade apparel for women and misses, for, doubtless, we would fail to convey to you an-adequate'idea of the beauty of the dresses, of which there are practically no two alike, and at the same time we might tire you with the multitude of details. Ov Briefly, we can outline the collection hy telling you of the materials, colorings and trimmings employed in the making. de chine> beaded chiffon, beaded ilCUJIO neti embroidered chiffon or net, eolienne, W messaline, chiffon broadcloth,French serge, velvet (plain or stripe), corduroy. — —black, white, light blue, flesh pink, maize, peach, gold, raven blue, brown, wistaria, corona- Nn 'V-Oliors tion> rose, taupe, navy, etc. 00 TrimmingS-lace' net’ satin' velvet, silk braid, embroidered, plaiting, velvet, combinations, fur. 00 and low neck e^ects'< most of the waists lined with self or contrasting color silk, all-over 00 £3l[yJie!S |aces ancj embroidered net, covered with chiffon; waists in Gibson, surplice and bolero styles with set-in or kimono sleeves, fichu or peplum effects and full bodice style; skirts gored, slashed, with chiffon tunics, all-over tunics and drop tunics, with heavy lace flouncings; drop combinations; some with deep panels of Per- un sian headings, fringe or velvet, or broad panel front and back, chenille trimmed; with corded or braided girdles, NM round, short, demi or full train effects; sizes in the collection to fit small, medium and large women, though there 0/i are not all sizes in every style of dress, for, as before stated, almost every model is different. Axf The Sale Beginning Wednesday Will Be at These Extraordinary Prices— Tailored Gowns and Dresses worth to $95 at $59.75 Tailored Gowns and Dresses worth to $85 at $49.00 w Tailored Gowns and Dresses worth to $69 at $38.75 W Tailored Gowns and Dresses worth to $55 at $29 Tailored Gowns and Dresses worth to $49 at $24.75 NG Tailored Gowns and Dresses worth to $35 at $18 xW Tailored Gowns and Dresses worth to $29 at $13.75 .. 1 ll" " ' " .. —" ■' ■■ - MONTCLAIR BANKS MUST BID FOR TOWN BUSINESS. Councilman David Henney of Mont clair, had a resolution passed by the Town Council last night, providing that all promissory notes that the town may find It necessary to have discounted, in anticipation of taxes, be discounted in the bank that tyill give the town the best terms, and the town treasurer was instructed to correspond with all local and outside banks, ask ing their lowest rate of discount for such notes. During the year, at intervals, it is found necegsarj* for the town to make notes for short periods of time, in order to carry on the government of the town, and two of Montclair’s lead ing banks have had these discounts be tween them for many years. They w ill now have to bid for the business. The matter was brought before the Coun cil by Mr. Henney, when the treasurer asked Cor a note for $50,000, due |n seventy-seven days and another for $13,000, due in sixty-five days. WILL DISCUSS RULE BY COMMISSION IN IRVINGTON. A public forum for the discussion of the merits or demerits of a commis sion form of government for Irvington under the provisions of the Walsh act was organized in Town Hall, Irving ton, last night. Elmer E. Franke de livered an address against the system and declared that its real promoters are the members of the Civic Church League, some of whom were present. t They enied the charge. Assistant Town Clerk George H. Woolley also criticised government by commission. Other speakers were Reinhold Kniep, | Janies H. Byrne, Warren Hendry and Albert J. Lacombe. 'rtie officers elected were: Elmer E. Franke, sr., president: John Van Deur sen, vice-president; Alfred T. Sorgen free, secretary; George H. Woolley, treasurer. Meetings will be held every Wednesday night. DEATH OF C. N. BLISS REMOVES G. 0. P. FACTOR. Vs*' E W YORK, Oct. 10.—Cornelius Newton Bliss, for years one of the prominent figures in national Repub lican politics and otherwise well known as a merchant and a member of the dry goods firm of Bliss, Fabyan & Co., died at his home here last night of heart disease. Mr. Bliss was 78 years old, having been born in Fall River, Mass., in 1833. Mrs. Bliss and. Mr. and Mrs. Cor nelius Bliss. jr„ and Miss L. P. Bliss, a daughter, were at the bedside. Mr. Bliss was treasurer of the Re publican National Committee from 1892 to 1908, and previous to that had been chairman of the New York State Re publican Committee. With the late Senator Platt. Senator Depew and ex Govgrnhr Levi P. Morton, all of whom were his intimate friends, he had for years represented New York State at Republican national conventions. He twice refused to become a candidate for governor of New York, but ac cepted the position of secretary of the interior In the McKinley cabinet " ♦ * HARRY LAUDER KEEPS THEATRE DATE, THOUGH STEAMER IS DELAYED. NE5\ YORK, Oct. 10.—At the un usual hour of midnight Harry Lauder last night began his fourth American tour at a local theatre before an audi ence which waited late while a boat was sent down the bay to take him oft from the steamer Sa’xonla, which had been delayed by heavy weather. It was after 11 o'clock before the Saxonia reached Quarantine, and Lauder was taken off by a rope ladder. He re ceived a warm welcome when he reached the theatre, nearly an hour later. STOPS FALLING HAIR Menk’s Pharmacy Guarantees Paris ian Sage, the Real Hair Remedy. You can abolish every particle of dandruff, you can stop Itchfng scalp, you can prevent hair from thinning or falling out by using PARISIAN SAGE, which is sold on money back plan. PARISIAN SAGE soaks Into the roots of the hair, and not only destroys the microbes that cause hair troubles but furnishes to the hair just the kind of nourishment to make hair grow luxuriant and to put life and beauty into it. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every carton and bottle of PARISIAN SAGE. Look for it. as imi tations are numerous. Large bottle 50 cents a. M k'B Pharmacy, and drug gists everywhere. TAFT FAVORS LEASING SYSTEM FOR ALASKA. Sees No Reason for Government Ownership There. SEATTLE, Oct. 10.-- President Tal't j faced here last night one of the largest audiences he has met on a.ny of his j recent travels. The President declared I | that Alaska should have at least a | ; semi-self governing body. Two years 1 | ago Mr. Taft advocated here a straight ; commission form of government for tho territory. ! "That proposition has not met ap proval,” said Mr. Taft last night. "I still think it the better way. but f am willing to make a concession for a partly elective and partly appointive form of government In Alaska. “I see no more, reason for govern ment ownership in Alaska, however, than elsewhere, l favor the leasing system for the public domain.” ' MANY AT LINEN SHOWER. About twenty-five guests attended a linen shower given ’in honor of Miss Mae Sweeney, 91 Mechanic street, Or ange, last night. The affair was at tho home of Miss Mary Albert, 80 Mitchell i street, that city, and during the eve ning piano solos were given by Miss j Louise Vay and Miss Margaret Murray, and vocal selections were rendered by Miss Emily McGarry and Miss Adelo Crane. Every school boy or girl should se cure one of the Star DicHonarles Cut coupon from this paper—Adv. Enameled Furniture Plain White, Ivory White, Plain Gray and Decorated English Somnoes Cheval Glasses Arm Rockers Bedsteads Chiffoniers Dressing Seats Side Rockers Writing Desks Washstands Bungalow Beds Toilet Dressers Chairs Bureaus Costumers Tables Enamel furniture is now used as extensively for winter furnishing as in the summer season. The demand is always on tfye increase. Some of the enamel pieces we specialize: s Just like the illustration suitable for use in bathroom or dressing-room; stands 20 in high; seat is 18x18; shaped legs; seat slightly hollowed out; well built, strongly put to gether; white enamel finish of very best quality; $5*. 75 modestly priced.. As in the illustration; a chif fonier made to match the dresser; nicely finished in white enamel; stands 32 in. high; base is 19 in. deep; has 4 large drawers and at the top are two projecting drawers of a smaller size; equipped with good knobs; size of best quality French bevel plate is 10x20; glass is adjustable to any convenient position; regular price S15; special price for Tuesday and Wednesday is $ l 2-50 Oressers • As pictured here; one of our new designs; white enamel finish of best qual ity; has straight front base; size 38 in. long and 28 in. deep; 2 large drawers and 2 small ones at the top; has wood knobs; best quality of French bevel mirror is used, size 22x28; it is fancy in shape and adjusts to any position; regular price $18, special price for Tuesday and Wednesday JjJ ^ I u ~m Dressers Like you see pictured here; one of our new springtime designs; finished in white enamel of best grade; size of base is 20 in. deep and 3 ft. long and contains two liberal size drawers with wood knobs and locks; in the top is a best quality French bevel oval mirror in size 18x36; glass can be adjusted to any angle; a very good kind of dresser for bedroom, cither children’s or other use; regular price $21; a special for Tuesday and Wednes- «i ■% e? day. ip10 Bedroom Rockers Rockers, suitable for bedroom use; square uprights in base; strong runners; all parts of the wood, including open cane seat, neatly enameled; just as illus trated; our $5*.50 price . Tables This table or stand as shown in picture is simple in design; suit able for bedroom use, having se cure legs, tapered to the bottom; size of top is 17x23; contains a drawer with wood pull; the white enamel finish is of $^>.50 the best quality; price Enameled Beds nSFErirr^t Enameled Bedstead—Same as this cut; one of the season’s new designs; the corner posts are square, 2 inches on all sides and capped with brass vase; top rail is-heavy and of 2-irich stock; the head and foot are neatly paneled, the panels being 7 inches wide, and may be had in plain white or decorated panels. The finish is first-class and consists of 3 coats of white enamel paint and a fourth coat of high lustre enamel put on by hand and finally subjected to a baking proc ess; may be had in all sizes; regular price S19; special price for Tuesday and Wednes- $ J ^2*50 Bedroom f Chairs Made of hardwood; square tapered legs; neat design of spindle back; open cane seat; frame and cane all neatly enameled; just as pictured here; Hahne & Co. price. 4SS Amy of Itlhe Albove Pieces Sold on Our Oulb Plan L ■JL RECOMMENDS REFORMS IN AWARDING OF CONTRACTS. The Bureau of Municipal Research recommended to the Montclair Town Council lust night two forms to be used in receiving bids for town work and supplies to be let on open market. At present bid* are received over th** telephone, by written letters and ver bally. The other form is for obtaining bids for all kinds erf construction work. This form will prevent the successful bidder from getting out of signing the contract on the ground that the con tract he is called upon to sign is more exacting than the advertisement call ing for bids, as is sometimes the case. Councilman Russsell B. Bedford was appointed chairman of the roads and sewers committee, and Councilman Walter Kldde chairman of the poor committee to succeed William II. Senior, who resigned as a member of the council last month to accept the office of building Inspector. The coun cil appointed Friday, October 20, is the date for the annual inspection of the fire department. The State Water Commission, in a communication to the council, reported favorably on furnishing a supply of water from the Wvnockie river to Montclair, Paterson and Passaic. The communication was laid on the tabic. ELKS HAVE ESTIMATES FOR HOME FURNISHINGS. The board of trustees of East Orange Lodge of Elks will present intimates and designs for furnishing the new headquarters of the lodge In the Essex County Trust Company building, at Main street and Arlington avenue, where Hope Lodge. F. and A. M.. formerly held its sessions, at a meet ing tonight in Arcanum Hall. The proposed changes to the constitution suggested at the recent session of the grand lodge In Atlantic City will also be voted upon. The ladies' auxiliary of the lodge will give a bridge and whist Thursday afternoon In Assembly Hall, in Central avenue and. Clinton street, to raise funds for furnishing the new quarters. The affair will begin at 2:30 o’clock. Mrs. Edgar Smith will he in charge. The auxiliary has decided to meet at Assembly Hall on the third Friday afternoon of each month In the future, the business meetings to be followed by socials. On Saturday night the lodge will give \ i smoker for members and friends In English's Hall. The entertainment ■ommlttee has arranged an Interesting arogram for the affair and there will ae short talks given by several of the jfflcprg. Wiss I | - ERE you will find everything in the line of gifts one would wish for. Our stock of t gg-ggj Silverware, Cutlery and Cut Glass is a fine f -- example of what is appropriate and useful t in the household. The extensive variety of j our goods, and our low prices, make this the ideal j shopping centre for the gift buyer. We invite inspec- j tion and are always pleased to show our goods. No matter if you do not intend to buy now, we would j like to have you visit our handsome store and examine ! our fine goods. The excellent arrangement of our j stock aids you materially in making your selection. Wedding Rings, Great Variety, 18k and 22k Gifts for Bridesmaids and Ushers J. Wiss & Sons Jewelry, .Silverware, Cutlery, Cut Glass 665=667 Broad St., Newark “AT THE WISS CHIMES” .. ■» 1 .... ■■ ■ MILLIONAIRE LUMBERMAN ON EVANGELISTIC TRIP. KANSAS CITY, Oct. 10.—R. A. Long, millionaire lumberman and philan thropist. started a twenty-flve-day tour to evangelize the principal citiat of the country last night. Mr. Long Is ac companied by his "team of religious experts," composed of J. N. Haymaker, of Wichita, Kan.; Rev. C. JI. Chilton, St. Joseph, XIo.; Rev. J. ahellenberger and W. E. Kackelman, of Indianapolis, Ind. The towns will Include Cleveland, Pittsburg and Buffalo.