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By EAST NEWARK Work on Big Proposition Will Re Started at Once. With the signature of ttast Newark, the fifteenth municipality to join in the Passaic Valley sewerage system, the contract becomes operative and the work of drawing up the revised plans for the gigantic proposition will he started immediately. The first pay ment apportioned among the fifteen municipalities will be made on No vember 1 The amount provided for in the contract is $500,000. each munici pality being rated a percentage of this amount. The' next payment is due January I. In the office of the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission it was stated that as soon as t*14* plans were com pleted bids for the constructive work would be sought. The signing of the contract by East Newark and the other municipalities is a. confirmation of the contract of May 15, which included the five towns which withdrew from the proposed plan. The original contract was inoperative be cause the entire twenty towns had not agreed to it. The original plans were also drawn to include the five towns, and it is necessary to revise them ac cording to present conditions. A desperate effort will be made to have the entire system completed as nearly as possible by 1914, when the* lawT prohibiting any pollution of the Pas saic river becomes operative. Star want ads are read bv people who ara buyers. Advertise in the Star. ********* I I I I I I I ( I OUR BIG BARGAIN Offering for Saturday! Choice and Selected SUITS SUPERFINE sS, Q.40 Unmatchable $14-$16 Values Here’s your opportunity! Something j big for little money! One and all who will j see these suits will have to acknowledge ' them the finest and richest suits they have ! ever seen. Beautifully satin and velvet ! trimmed styles, with a variety of braid touches to make them look classy. They ! come in ! Serges, Cheviots and English Mixtures, j large shawl collars, wide revers, war- j ranted satin and messaline linings, skirts j high girdles, front and back panels, all j sizes, in hlack, navy-iris mixtures. ; iFor Saturday only 9.40 j OUT OF THE ORDINARY ! .1.88 skirt 1.88! < Worth 3.98 SPECIAL * Worth 3.98 I ! Serges, Panamas, Mixtures. Latest style girdle, loose panel \ | skirts, also side plait effects, strictly all wool materials, perfectly j tailored. Black, Navy, Gray and Brown Mixtures. One to a 1 customer! ! Sale of A Q j Trimmed Hats Real $6-$8 Values ■ There are about 45 hats in all the very new ! est designs; no two alike. Big variety of shades ; and models; large and small shapes. Best of 1 workmanship and finest of material. SATUR i DAY ONLY. 1 rwwwwBON TON— 035 Broad St_BON 'm’“fYVVWinni) Warerooms open evening* during «ale A A Sale of I 317 Pianos Lome here and examine this magnificent stock of THREE HUNDRED AND SEVEN 1 EEN PIANOS that are being disposed of dur ing this October Exchange Sale, and you will almost surely decide to purchase. The variety is simply enormous, and the opportunity to pur chase an instrument that will please you in all respects—in price, in tone, in wood, in design— is such that you will scarcely hesitate to secure a piano at once. Values range about one-half to two-thirds actual worth. Each piano is sold under the same guarantee as if new—by our written warranty that is good for a term of years, as well as by our promise to EXCHANGE IF NOT SATIS- ' FACTORY after extended trial in the home. / You can pay as little as TEN DOLLARS when taken, and agree to pay SIX DOLLARS monthly on an Upright, without paying interest and without giving security. Why not come this evening? LAllTER CO., 657-659 BROAD ST., NEWARK is \ iy j * Joshua Brierley and Walter F. e Simpson Mentioned for ^ Shrievalty. is. | -;— Coder the leadership of Joshua Brier t0 j ley. a determined and enthusiastic JS gathering, numbering less than thirty, effected permanent organization last night in Turnbull Auditorium under the name “Independent Citizens League of Essex County,” with the avowed intention of breaking the po r* lltical machines of both parlies in Es sex county. “ With the help of Governor Wilson, the independents hope to elect a num t her of city and county officials in place > of those nominated at the primaries. ’ The office of sheriff is one of these ! and the City Home trustees are among 1 Ihe others. | Mr. Brierley was made permanent i i'resident of the league last night in ’ place of Samuel P. Stein, who asked !to PI; relieved of the office. Mr. Brier ley and Walter F. Simpson were bum mentioned as possible candidates for the shrievalty nomination, and it 1 > expected that Llie latter will eventually | run on the Independents' ticket He , v. as turned down at the primaries. There was considerable different e ut pHiion about the wisdom ol' nominal-1 ing candidates after the primaries were 1 over. Valentine B. Kane and Antonio i Petroni both opposed it. saying the place to make the struggle ugaliisi tile machine tvus in the primaries. When the matter of senatorial in dorsement came up Mr. Brierley came out positively against Senator Harry V. Osborne for reelection and move i that tile league go on record for Col gate. Hubert J. Rowe was the only Assem bly- candidate indorsed, a strong plea; for his pupport being made by Kane 1 , and Petroni. James P. Dowling, who ! was .lot nominated; Thomas Gannon and John H. Waters, Democratic, and Richard F. Mattia, Republican, cantli- j dates for freeholders, were approved . with Amos W. Harrison, the latter be cause he was referred to as a relative of Harrison Van Duyne. In some! ' wards like the Sixth both the Repub lican and Democratic aldermanic can I didates were indorsed. WASHINGTON THEATRE TO OPEN TOMORROW. Newark’s Latest Playhouse De» voted to Vaudeville. The opening tomorrow evening of I William Fox's New Washington The ' atre, in Washington street, near Mar ket street, will mark another of New ark’s steps to better theatricals. The Washington Theatre will open with an entire new policy of entertain ment. The house proper has been deco rated with a beautiful color scheme of red and gold, which blend har moniously. The structure has been equipped with the latest and best im proved outflttings. The policy of en tertainment will be offered in the shape of six excelttint vaudeville acts and eight photo plays, the latter of the , new> daylight kind. The acts will be changed every Monday and Thursday, . and the photo plays daily. The opening of this house means that vaudeville will receive a certain im petuous in Newark. William Fox has built for himself an enviable reputa tion as a manager of vaudeville the atres, which is strongly attested by his success in New York. He is now branching out and has selected Newark as his iirst out of town venture. The theatre is safe, and as other of Mr. Fox’s theatres this one will, its management promises, be noted for its splendid entertainment, its comfort, the courtesy and attention to its patrons. On next Monday, Tuesday and I Wednesday Abe Attell, the feather I weight champion of the world, will ap j pear at this house in a sketch. AUTOISTS ESCAPE EASILY. Four men arraigned in the Second j Precinct Court today on charges of speeding their automobiles, escaped with suspended sentences. Judge Herr finding that in each case it was the first offense. The men arrested were: Morris Korcher. of Passaic; Philip i Jones, negro, of Paterson; Ainsworth ; Hague, 106 North Ninth street, this city, and Ernest Scott, 47 Schley street. i this city. Motorcycleman Jewell made i all the arrests. — CONTRACTS EILED. These contracts were filed in the county clerk’s office today: I*. Gross, owner, with A. Sippel, con tractor, painting work, $1*250; 89 Market^ street. Same owner with F. & W. Engel berger, contractor, heating work. $3,050; same premises. ,1. Hazen. owner, with N. Harrison Go., contractors, mason work. $1,432; 18 Douglass road. Glen Ridge. Same owner with B. Paxton, contractor, carpenter work. $3,435; same premises. G. and Elizabeth Klespey. owner, with Klein & Mahler, contractors, carpenter work. $1,900 ; 32 Napoleon street. Same owners with R. Peter, contractor, plumb ing work, $435; same premises. Same own ers with R. Hampton & Go., contractors, roofing work, $65; same premises. Same owners with L. Then Sons, contractors, mason work. $1,225; same premises. Same owners with .1, Hotyelt. contractor, paint ing work. $160; same premises. Mari’ Campbell, owner, witli V. Hod den A Sons' Gompariy, contractors, all work. $28,100; Parker street. M. Cohen., owner, with W. Wroblensky, contractor, all work, $9,900; 423 to 433 Or ange street S. Cohn, owner, with II. Fairsteln. con tractor. painting work. $65: 59 Hillside place. Julia Y’oung. owner, with J. O’Neill, contractor, all work. $4,600; Bloomfield avenue, Verona. BASEBALL WORLD'S SERIES Accurately and Instantly reproduced on the Durla.nd Score Board, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. At TURNBULL HALL, 283 MARKET STREET. opposite Ward street Advertisement* for the Star and all Newark and N. Y. newspaper* received at office rates, smi for all, newspapers and inaRasines pub lished. Advertisements for N* Y. newspapers received before 6 p. m. appear next mornlna. 704 Broad Si. (Star B'ld’sr). Tel. B680 Market. Vi* I a ■ J 3. J R 3 y 13 u I ICR RECALL CREEDS RACE RE COWARDS. SAYS UNCLE JOE Ex=Speaker Asserts Lincoln Would Have Been Victim of Fad System. j NEWMAN. 11!.. Oct. 13. - Ex-Speaker Joseph G. 'Cannon, at a home-coming celebration here last night, assailed the ! recall system, Samuel Gompers and some of the press. Picturing a com naenlty in which the recall operated, ! and in which newspapers had free | rein, the ex-speaker exclaimed: "My God, what would happen? You .. . - . . ■ 1 ... ■ , would have even more cowards In pub lic office than you have now." Relating his experience with "re formers." who, he said, offered a pan acea for civil Ills and had the "only right road to government,” he de clared: “When 1 see one of them 1 always clasp my poeketbook tightly In my hand and walk rapidly away." Cfompers he referred to as a “bull dozer." "Just hang a pair of his old breaches over a banister in the House or even the Senate," he said, "and you would be surprised at the number of lawmak ers running for the oloak rooms or else voting as Gompers desires." Particular denunciation was made by the representatives of the recall. He declared that Idnooln would have been a “victim" of the system had It been J In force, and he characterized it as a | weakening influence that would "pre- j vent strong men from exercising their I best judgment In the face *of popular criticism at times when public clamor became such as to demand a high cour age to'act, even without the danger of a recall.” — ■■ .. "i ■ . i ■ i — The Solved Mystery | of the Veiled Lady i For many weeks a lady resident of Woonsocket, R. I., jiever left the house ; without a thick black veil over her face, because of an uraughtly skin disease i on her forehead. The trouble disappeared as soon as Poslam was applied, just j as all skin diseases shield to the marvelous healing powers of this perfect rem- j edy. Worst cases of eczema are cured In two weeks. Itching stops with first j application. Inflamed skin and red noses clear overnight. Pimples, acne, j rashes, scalp «cale. dandruff, barbers’ and all other forms of itch are eradicated ; with astonishing readiness. No poisonous or harmful ingredients are contained j in Poslam: it is acknowledged ‘'perfection" by Its thousands of grateful users. ! Skin distress should not be endured while Poslam Is so easily obtainable. Sold 1 by Riker’s, Petty’s, Smith’s, and all druggists for 50 cents. For free sample j write to the Emergencj' laboratories, 32 West 25th Street, New York City. Poslam Soap is medicated with Poslam, and is delightful for every toilet 1 purpose, besides being antiseptic and a preventive of disease. At druggists, 25 cents. fc ..guuywgoo^oOCX,' Ilf Not Satisfied With Your Figure Wear 1 La GRECQUE I CORSET I Stylish, shapely models preserve figure x| Models for every figure—$1.00, $2.00, $3.00 up O! q ' The bargain table is filled with salesmen’s samples and Q factory-soiled corsets at greatly reduced prices. £> | VAN ORDEN CORSET CO. f y Address 101 Market St. y Three Doors Above Washington Street O OOOOOOOOOOOCOOOQOOQOOO: OOOOOOCXKJOOSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC .Wolff&Coj 181-83 Market Street, Newark! H Extend to you the use of their most liberal |j ICREDIT System in anything you may want iiilhSline of ;; CLOTHING I I Cloaks, Suits, Shoes and Millinery 1 Furs and Fur Coats! For Men and Women I One of Our Specialties I - —-—-- : .~ r Hfl Lowest prices guaranteed. Longest! time of Credit extended. Latest styles* and largest assortment. D.WOLFF&CO.I CARDINAL GIBBONS LAUDS WORK OF KNIGHTS OF C. WASHINGTON. Oct 13.—A reception last night to Cardinal Gibbons by the Knights of Columbus was the feature here of Columbus Day The cardinal in a brief address commended the work of the Knights and expressed in ear P—■ ——■■ mmmmmmm■— nest terms the hope that Congress would declare October 15 a legal hoi dav in the District of Columbia Owing to indisposition and the fatigue inct dent to his participation earlier in t c day ehthe laying of the corner-stone of Gibbons Memorial Hall at the Cat to Hc Unlv' 3lty. the venerable pr mate left the reception hall immediate after he had spoken. model quick luncheon—sixth floor f Double Stamps Until t o’Clock I I /"Buy AH"v I Furniture I You Need f Now, while prices | I are setting new low I records, and pay at your co n v e n ien ce. | Take advantage of our Easy Payment Plan. Dept, of Aoooonte^^^ urniture WpaI/ Be-%— I VVCcK Oct. 16th | These Are Examples . of the Wonderful Values We Will Offer All stocks on display now. You may make your selections all this week. Equal values in Furniture for'every room. It will pay you to come 100 mile' to visit our Furniture Section. Remember, it isn’t within the province of any other store to offer such values. Watch daily and Sunday papers for details, and come next week. /-$2.50 Reed Rockers You can’t judge d* < 3Q this rocker byoth- ^ " I— ers you may have bought at $1.39. ! You have never seen anything ; like this “Furniture WeeJc" Bar- ■ gain. Exactly as pictured, handsomely,sturdily built of selected reed. At least two of these should be in every home. Natural reed in shellac finish. Adapta- f ble for most any roorm Fifth ^Genuine Leather Turkish Rocker-v | f Regularly Sold at $25, for AC I I This is one of the abundant bargains that I F I will cause hu/.ureds of hustling home build- I ers to hurry to this store at once, upon receipt of this an- i nouncement. These luxurious N lockers, exactly as illustrated, are of massive mould, built along lines that radiate comfort in every curve. Beautifully tufted on back, full ruffled and plaited edges and front, high broad arms, full deep seat, lifted with fine steel springs, mounted on mass ive base with heavy carved feet. A lifetime of elegance and ease in these rockers, at a price that belittles the biggest of previous bar gains $12.45 (Fifth Floor ) —— $24 Davenport Parlor Bed—^ 145! The actual reg ular selling price is $24.OQ, A simple move nient converts , it into a large size bed. -There’s a wardrobe box underneath. Comes in sold oak, golden finish and Early English. Also birch in mahogany finish. Covering of heavy O Bannon leather. —I Fifth Floor. /'"Oak Dressers & Chiffoniers^ f tO.SO Chiffonier Sfllnsn $6 Chiffonier $950 D o Really wonderful valua Heavy oat construction Then. h..o '5Ser pretty earvefl gan«-y?UEn- S&«« I --11 *2 az 9S5K?? r: l saw H.ya rasr?$3,45 r«$5.45 I Floor*I street store, henry sieoel, Pres-t r: . I - ' ■ ..