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WOMAN'S WORLD. I - ... . - - - - -- Ton can get more Cor your money, in the shirt waist market, than in any other one department. That is the general con census of opinion and it Is one to which most women will assent. One feature is particularly noticeable in the new shirt waists They combine great simplicity of outline with great elabora tion of detail. The shape is plain, almost severe, but the goods may be inlaid with lace and the most wonderful hand trimming may be in the material. This feature is-very notice able in all the waists that one sees and it explains the elegantly simple look which even the most expensive waists have. The straight outline is preserved. More than the usual efforts are being made to preserve the busk—not bust—line. The busk is the long, straight line from the bust to the abdomen. It should be unbroken by a curve and It should be kept straight whether one is seated or standing. With the slender figure this Is easy; in deed. it is naturally straight, but where there is fullness of figure. look out for the busk line. The straight fronted corsets preserve it and there are several shapes that do this without discomfort. One must study one’s shape, however, to get good results. The girl who ueed to paint plaques cart now turn her talent to her own personal ut'CS. The effort which was made to in troduce painted lace failed, partially be cause of the fineness of the lace that was required and partly for lack of great., delicacy of treatment. But now they are painting silk lawns and the bide silk lawn shirt waists are gay with orchids which are painted on ' around the Waist to look as> though they sprouted from the belt line. The stems are long, slander things, crooked and not very pronounced, but upon tbe yoke and at the back of the neck and up the vest the orchids grow In wild profusion. To assert that such a shirt waist is not durable Is to make no lax upon one's credulity. It Is to be worn one evening; another evening, and a dance; then thrown aside to be remodeled by embroid ering the orchids right over t’he painted ones. Embroidery will clean, but a paint ed silk mut'l n rune small chance of com ing through the mysterious ordeal with any claim to beauty. And. by the way, the cleaner keeps his processes this year as mysteriously se cluded as the secret* of the- lodge room. How he dace it, what with, and whether it smells in the doing, none but he knows ar.d he will not tell. Should the girl with the palette and brush get gay with her colors she can tackle a mousseline which* is among the ’ much painted fabrics this year, and she can go into crepe de chine, which takes j water colors very well. They are making the shirt waists of mousseline and crepe de chine, with skirts to match. The waists are touched lightly with the paint brush, but the skirts are absolutely pastoral In their great rose sprays, which trellis up and down the skirt. A new washable shirt has been dis covered by some Mrs. Columbus out on a watery voyage. It has been learned that the all lac> shirt waists, those in Irish crocheted and in the flower patterns of heavy varie ty will wash better after the lace-y pat terns have been traced with narrow satin ribbons. This is very good to know, for the rib bon makes the lace tougher and more durable, and if It can be easily laundered so much the better. The waist is certain ly made more elegant by this tracery ot ribbon. String colored lace makes up Into very charming shirt waists, and now the latest cry is to trim the lace shirt waist with a sailor collar of tan linen and with tan linen cuffs. Buttons of a light amber color are used on the waist, and there is a tall tan linen stock with a little lace point sewed on the front. The stocks are now either pulled down in front to a long point or arc cut pointed to secure the long slender neck which has come into vogue with the iong waist* A shirt waist that was called a "dear'' was in a pinkey red hyacinth color. It was trimmed with white insertion put on so that It rah round the waist, under the arms. The waist buttoned in the back and through the very open meshes of the in sertion one caught a glimpse of a beauti fully finished white lawn corset cover It self elaborately trimmed with lace around the top. The cover was all In one piece, one of those affairs gathered around the belt and around the neck, but not fitted. Strips of lace insertion go round the cover, two Inches apart, and they are lined with lawn. This kind of a corset cover is really bet ter with a blouse waist, for It blouses a little and seems more In keeping than one that fits snugly under the baggy outside It must be remembered that the corset cover is at all times visible under a shirt wast of thin stuff. • * * The foulard asserts itself summer after summer, and you fall a victim, though you don’t know why. Foulard is never very drossy goods, and it is never very cheap. But in a summer foulard one can face the world. If It Is made up prettily. There are foulard? and -foulards, and many ways of making them. A certain elegant importing establish ment In New Tork makes a specialty of them. They are in Chinese blue, oid gold, tobacco brown, navy blue, black and in many shades of green, making a great SOME FOOL! SH PEOPLE . i. Allow a cough to run until U gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say, “Oh, It will wear *way,“ but in moat cases it will wear them away. Could they be Induced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsatn. which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would Immediately see the ex cellent' effect after1 taking the first doao. Price 28c. and Ste. TRIAL SI&S FRED. At 411 dgj/viatA I variety. All show the figure upon a white ground, or the white figure upon a col ored ground-the unmistakable foulard sign. ‘Foulard has been called the church gown. So It is. and the summer celling dress, and certainly the one for coolness and comfort. It wears welt, does not muss, and is not apt to look run down until it is all worn to rags. These gowns are beautifully made, and none costs less than $100. It is almost a commentary upon the beauty of the gowns that the firm has difficulty in filling Its orders at $100 each. In one surh gown the foundation was In two shades of tan. light tan pebbled on a deeper tan ground. Green clover leaves connected by stems were scattered all over the mate-rial. There was a foot flounce which grew very wide in the middle of the back; and, heading this foot flounce, there was an application of beautiful duchess lace, with the foulard cut out underneath. Parts of the lace were lined with black velvet. The hips had application of duchess, with the foulard out cut in the same man ner, and black velvet was set under, here and there. In little stray patches1. The waist had a yoke And stock of chif fon, With black velvet running through the stock, and there were applications of duchess upon the vest and at the jop of the sleeves. Beautiful undersleeves, trimmed with lace, completed the gown. There was p. black velvet sash. Such a dres? as this, counting the cost of the goods, o-f the lace, of the velyet and of the time to make it, was worth the money. If you do not care to go quite so high— and there are those who would look at $100 a long time before spending it on one foulard—there are just as pretty things w-ith lace and velvet, all done along fash ionable lines, but involving not so much labor nor such fine lace. The new fans are models of charm, and are seen in the floral, feather or lace varieties principally. Uncovered fan sticks radiating toward one point are not seen at present; they are concealed, so that when the fan is opened this section of it appears like a plate of iridescent mother of pearl, finely carved, and show ing touches of gold here and there. The usual arch of the fan is changed also, as the space occupied by the silk or lace is encroached on by' the mount, although glimpses of the stick may be had, some times. The “sculptured mount" appears solid, but it folds up easily. Large and small fans will be used this season. The newest fan is nearly heart shaped. This effect is produced by the center sticks being longer than those on each side. A fan with a foundation of plain silk is adorned with flowers of ap plique lace, the head of a charming girl, painted on vellum, showing between the petals. Handsome lace fans need no adornment, although an artistic embellishment of spangle is sometimes used. Lace medal lions inserted in silk fans are rich in ef fect and charming, indeed, are the hand painted fans decorated with portraits of colonial beauties or old time scenes. The ■ empire or the Louis XVI fan is exempli fied in several famous designs of those times wrought out in sequins. Then there are marvelous combinations of tinted gauze fans, and as a finale, there is the fan with the head of the owner’s pet toy terrier or kitten, painted on it. No one who Is not doing It all the time knows the amount of physic*! labor and the many steps required to get even a comparatively simple dinner* That Is to suy nothing about clearing up after it, which is another matter. Then to get a d:nner and try to sit down to it with g.tests doubles the labor. It is much eas ier for the maid who serves It. clears the things as she goes along, and then quietly eats her dinner later and does not mix with her efforts to have everything prop erly served an attempt to say the right thing at the right moment to each of her guests. It has been said and recorded as a strange fact that the great cooks are al ways men. and cooking is supposed to be particularly In woman's sphere. One very good reason for this failure in women to reach the highest places is that the great c/>ok adds to his other abilities that of | strength, and it Is an essential require ment The best cordon bleu without It cannot e<Jual him. Professor Helntz, of the University oi i Krlangen, claims to have discovered an Infallible antidote for seasickness, which is also a very simple one. "Draw a long and vigorous breath at frequent inter vals," he says, "and you will never suffer from this malady.” The reason, he as serts. is because the initial cause of sea sickness is to be found in a lobe of the brain, the sensitiveness of which reacts on the stomach, and that when fresh air is inhaied at frequent intervals the blood become charged with oxygen, and thus i the offending lobe loses its sensitiveness. He claims that he has made several ex ! periments on himself for the purpose of j proving the efficacy of this novel remedy, and has also completely cured several i persons who used to be seasick whenever th;y wait cn >h' water. In ccno usicn. he j points out that the antidote costs nothing ! and can be tewted by anyone. If y<ju are | going abroad this summer you can make 1 a practical test of the experiment. . * . i A new design in a wrist bag of soft brown suede Illustrates the effectiveness of the cut work now so fashionable. Irit* blossoms are outlined In pyro effect and the petals cut out, a bit of violet silk showing through the* perforations. A nar row strip of leather serves as a drawing string. At the bottom of the bag the cut work again appears in a series* of cross bars with violet silk beneath. This strip Is narrow and unobtrusive, but makes an effective finish. Another pretty bag shows a decoration of daffodils*, the flowers being outlined in similar fashion to the iris* design, with yellow silk substituted for the violets. JERSEY CITY WINS ST LAST Locals Finally Break Their Hoodoo and Win a i Snappy Game. NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN Kramar and Hurley Win Everything at Vailsburg— Women’s Golf Tourney STANDING OF THE CLUBS. EASTERN LEAGUE.' Won. Lost. Buffalo .21 Toronto Providence Rochester . Worcester . Newark _ Jersey City lit 15 IB 16 15 16 Montreal . 9 NATIONAL LEAGUE P. C. .026 .516 .563 .51? .471 .463 .457 ,3U0 Won. Lost. Pittsburg_ .... ........ 33 Chicago . 23 Brooklyn .22 Philadelphia .18 New York . 17 Boston . 16 3t. Louis .16 Cincinnati .15 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost. 16 20 23 27 22 25 25 P. C. .825 .690 .520 .433 . 438 .421 i .390 .375 Philadelphia.22 Chicago .21 Boston .. .... .23 St. Louis .18 Baltimore . 19 Detroit .17 Washington .18 Cleveland'.*. 14 15 15 17 18 20 19 21 26 P. C. .595 .583 .bOi .500 .4$7 .472 .402 | .350 EASTERN LEAGUE The consecutive defeats administered to the Jersey City Club last week culminat ed on Saturday* with the release of Clar ence Childs, the second baseman, and Donohue, the right fielder. Their places were zlled In yesterday's game at West New York by Schoch at second base and Flanagan of the Wender Club at right field. Shoch's place at centre was filled by Pfanmiller, the pitcher. The shakeup in the team proved beneficial yesterday, as the Jersey played faster ball than any introduced since their slump began a week ago. Manager Reilly has signed no players as yet for the positions vacated. He is negotiating, however, and expects to secure a noted college player to fill out at second, in which case Walter Woods will most likely play in the out field. Carr, the new first baseman, has joined the team for good, and left last night with the team for Providence. That means that Walter Woods will be put on at second for a few days. Pitcher Burns, the new twirler signed by Manager Reilly, reported yesterday. He is In good shape and will no doubt prove a valuable addition to the pitching staff. On Saturday John John J. Nevin of the local club attended the Eastern League meeting at Buffalo. On his West ern trip he stopped off at Elmira and re opened negotiations with Barnett. win> signed early in the season with Jersey City, ar.d it is most likely that Barnett will be induced to report for duty. Bar nett is considered one of the best pitchers in the Eastern League, having played with Syracuse last year. He was one ot the first men signed by the late Manager Thomas Burns, but Is mixed up in politics In Elmira, which has ptevehted his joining the Jersey City Club. Jersey City Journeyed to West New York yesterday to play Worcester a championship game. Jersey City won and broke their streak W hard luck which ; has been following them ever since they i left home a week ago. Worcester started off In the second in- | ning with two runs, while the locals only | got one, while Worcester got a run in i the third and fifth. By bunching their hits in the fifth, when they scored two runs, and in the sixth, when they got three runs, and in the eighth, when they clinched the game with two more runs. After the fifth inning McCann settled down and Worcester didn’t get a man over the plate. The score:— JERSEY CITY. R. H. O. A. E. Flanagan, rf . 0 Mack, sa . 0 Halligan, If . 1 Shindle, 3b . 1 Carr, lb .. 3 Shoch, 2b . 2 Butler, c . 0 Pfanmiller. ef . 1 McCann, p . 0 3 13 Totals . 8 10 27 WORCESTER. R. H. O. 16 6 i Merritt, cf . 0 Clancy, lb . 0 Sebrlng, rf . 0 Dc-iehanty. 3b . 1 Rickert, If . 0 Crtsham, c . 1 Madison, S3 ...,. 2 Wrigley. 2b . 1 McFall, p . 0 E. I o! 0 11 0 ; 0 | 0 0 0 1 Totals . 5 10 21 14 Jersey City .0 1 0 0 2 3 0 2 x—S Worcester .-0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0—5 First base on errors—Worcester, 3; Jer sey City. 1. Left on bases—Worcester, 12; Jersey City. 2. Two-base hits—McFa'l, Schoeh 2. Carr. Three-base hits—Carr. Sohoch, Delehants. Stolen bases—Sebrlng, Wrigley. Sacrifice hits—Butler. First base on balls—Off McCann. 3. Hit by pitched balls—By McFall. 1; by McCann. 1. struck out—By McFall, 2; by McCann, 8. Time of game—2 hours and 15 minutes. Umpire—Mr. Rinn. Attendance—1,500. The Waterburys defeated the Hoboken? yesterday afternoon on the St. George Cricket Ground* by a score of 5 to 2. The score:— WATERBURY. fl. -H. Fitzpatrick, 3b.0 Kiernar.. s.s.0 Wetsbacker.-t.f. 1 Larky, lb. 1 Henry, c.f.1 Lindeman, r.f.2 Deianey. 2b.0 Robinson, c.0 Waller, p.0 A. 0 Total* 5 10 27 11 1 HOBOKEN. McCormick, 3b.., Cusick, »,c. Duffy, r.f. Drscoll, lb...... Dicdrlch. c.f— Beck. l.f. .0 .0 .0 . 0 . 0 .., 0 R. H. O. A. E. Muller, 2b.... 0 Lamar, c....' ..1 McKenna, p.0 Hopper, p.1 | 2 1 10 3 1 2 * » 27 13 Total* SCORE BY INNINGS. Hoboken. 00000000 2-3 Waterbury.. 0,0 0 2 0 310 0~-> Three-base hit!*—Waller. Kierrtun. Home run—Lindeman. Sacrifice hit—'MoCObmi k. First 'base on balls—Off McKenna. 4; off Waller. 1. Struck out—By McKenna, 3; by Hopper, 1: by Waller, 10. Double plays —Mullins, Cusick and Lamar; Mullins, Cuslck and Driscoll. Time of game—One hour and 50 minutes. Umpire—Mr. Mer rity. CHAMPION ECAN’S REPLY Offers Drew All Kinds of In ducements to Play Him Again. The following letter, which was received at this office this morning, explains it self:— Jersey City, June 3, 1902. To the Editor of "The Jersey' City Mews.” Dear Sir—In yo'jr issue of Saturday I. noticed a communication from Oliver Drew which contains many gross mis statements which in justice to myself and the game of handball I desire to correct. In the first paragraph Drew says that I promised to pay his expenses to this* country, his hotel bill here and to place him on a moderate salary while here. These statements are false. I promised to remunerate Mr. Drew by paying him one half of the recelp.s when the match was over. In ail Drew received $99 for his services and had he- fulfilled his agree ment and played out the match as con ditioned he would have received the en tire receipts of the second day’s games. He preferred, howevr, to dodge the issue and claim the championship with only seven of the fifteen games played. He claimn to have beaten me, but only on sufferance oh my part. In reference to the loss of the hand balls that was only another subterfuge of Drew's. If the balls were stolen as claimed, it was some friend of Drew's that confiscated them so as to give the Irishman another excuse not to play out his series with me. I have offered Drew every inducement to play out the match, but he has a yel low streak. I offered to give him the en tire receipts of the gallery and permit his representative to take the tickets, but he saw a chance to claim honors undeserved and acted accordingly. He is anything but what he claims as to square dealings, and I defy Mr. rDew to produce any agreement or any communication that can show that my dealings have not been honorable and in the fulfillment of ail promises. Now to prove that under no conditions would it be possible to induce Drew to play me and to prove him a counterfeit as a champion. I will make this offer: I will play Drew in any court he may name in this city and will give him ten aces a game in twenty-one and will play him one game or any number he may elect. I will bet him any amount of money thath e will not win a single game with this handicap. If Drew or his backers do not care to risk their money on this proposition I will play him and give him one-half of the gallery receipts, the remaining half to be turned over to the fresh air fund of this city. I will concede Mr. Drew most anything in order to get him on the court, as I consider him the easiest kind of a proposition and will bet from $100 to $500 that I can beat him in every game, even with this concession of 10 aces in every 21. If rDew is the champion and a sportsman here is his chance to prove it. Sincerely yours. MICHAEL F. EGAN, World's Handball Champion, No. 223 Mercer street, Jersey City. CLUB DAY HANDBALL Champion Egan Won From Dan Bruder and E. Flcke Yesterday. Champion Mike Egan Is still waiting anxiously to hear from Oliver Drew, the Irish champion, in regard to a match at handball for $500 a side. Handball players were busy yesterday at Egan’s Jersey City court. Following are the summaries of the principal games:— Mike Egan . 21 21 19 21 D. Bruder and E. Flcke 16 14 21 13 C. Golden and Walsh. 21 21 14 J. Hosey and Joe Walsh. 17 11 21 J. Flaherty and D. Bruder.. 21 21 12 E. Flcke and W. Grisel. 16 19 21 J. Egan and B. Logan. 21 15 21 Jas. Egan and T. Moran_ 14 21 20 P. Eekhoff and W. O'Keefe.. 21 21 21 J. Cannon and W. Kelly _ 8 7 16 J. Delaney . 21 21 21 W. Madden . 5 9 14 G. Wees . 21 21 21 C. Cannon . 15 20 16 At Tarrant's court, Grove and Seven teenth streets, yesterday, the following games were played:— Drew. A. Runclman. 21 18 17 21 21 Hopkins, Jackson . 14 21 21 19 17 Lenahan and Hawley...,.13 21 19 Keefe and Browden. 21 16 21 Flaherty and J. Sullivan . 21 21 16 Hawley and M. Sullivan.. IS 14 21 J. Browden . 21 16 21 W. Lenahan and M. Keefe. 15 21 18 *Xext Sunday Ed. Hopkins and Dan Bruder will play a series of games for 825. The first series to played in Harri son and the final series at Tarrant's. NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN Kramer and Hurley Had An Easy Time of it At Vails burg Yesterday. Marcus Hurley made the field look like thirty cents yesterday in the two ama teur events at the regular Sunday after noon bicycle race meet at Vailsburg. In both races he slid past everbody like a streak of greased lightning, finishing away in the van. Repeated demonstra tions are making It clear that the best of hly fellow amateurs have no chance with Hurley, and It is beginning to be suspected that the best of the “pros" may find themselves In the same boat when he settles down In the harness as a professional. Such wonderful exhibi tions of ppeed have nevir been given at Vallsburg before by an amateur. As in the amateur events, the first prizes In the two professional races fell a prey to one man, Frank Kramer, Kramer’s star 1* shining brighter and brighter, thanks to the magnificent gen eralship of his team mate, Floyd Mac Far'.and. Yeoterday many In the crowd of 1,000 persons at the track wondered what would be the result If Kramer and Hurley tried a whirl together. Opinions differed. MaciFarland landed second prfse In the five-mile "pro,” half a wheel behind Kra mer, who led a bunch of more than hplf a dozen. On the last lap Johnny Flatter lumped away from the other riders and looked Uke a winner until Kramer and MacFavland mowed him down. Fisher nn Ished fourth. Kramer won the half-mlie professional by a wheel's length. Eddie Bald, who was expected to do great things, got tired after he had ridden two miles in the flve ml'.e "pro’’ event and dropped out. A howling wind made record breaking impossible. An added feature yesterday was a pur suit race between two teams—Forest and ■Ferguson of Brooklyn and Schiee and Glasson of .Newark. The Newarkers won; distance, 3?i miles; time, Sm. 06s. The summaries:— Haif-'Mile, Amateur. Handicap—Won by Marcus Hurley of New York (scratch); Harry Weloing of New York (10 yards), second; Monte Rutter of Newark (35 yardsi, third; Edward Forrest of Brook lyn (10 yards), fourth. Time—lm. 2-39. Quarter-Mile. ‘Novice—Won by Henry Hubert of 'New York; Walter Courter of Orange, second; H. H. Lake of New York, third. Time—36 seconds. Half-Mile, Professional—Won by Frank Kramer of East Orange: John Bedell of Lynbrook, L. I„ second; John T. Fisher of Chicago, third; George Collett of New Haven, fourth. Time—lm. 5s, Two-Ml!e, Amateur—Won by Marcus Hurley of New York: Teddy Billington of Vaileburg, second; Gus Welsing of New York, thfrd; George Glasson of iNewark, fourth. Time—4m. 37 2-5s. iFive-Mlle, Professional, Handicap—Won by Frank Kramer of East Orange (scratch); Floyd MaoFarland of San Jose (scratch), second; John Bedell of Lyn brook (200 yards), third: John T. Fisher of Chicago (100 yards), fourth. Time— 11m, 3 2-Ss. WOMEN GOLFERS TO PLAY Metropolitan Championship to Decided on Essex County Links This Week. Important among the golfing events of the week is the Women's Metropolitan Golf Association championship, which is to be decided Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday, upon the eighteen hole course of the Essex County Country Club, Hutton Park, West Orange, N. J. Twenty-nine women have entered for the Individual championship and they have been paired off In the follow.ng man ner for the preliminary medal play round, which begins tomorrow morning, the best sixteen scores qualifying for the cham pionship at match plaV:— Mrs. M. D. Paterson. Englewood, and Mrs. William Shippen, Morris county. Miss Gladys Robinson, Baltusrol, and Miss Ruth Badge-ley, Harbor HHf. Mrs. F. M. Bacon, Jr., Baltusrol, and Miss M. Eddy, Apawamis. Mrs. D. A. Fuller, Nassau Country Club, and Miss A. Hernandez, Essex county. Miss Genevieve Hecker, Apawamis, and Mrs. A. H. Harris. Apawamis. Miss Ruth Underhill, Nassau Country Club, and an official scorer. Mrs. W. Fellowes Morgan, Baltusrol. and Mrs. Edward A. Manlee. Baltusrol. M ss H:-s;er Cyle, Esstx Couniy Country Club, and Miss Emily Richmond. Dyker Meadow. Mrs. N. Pendleton Rogers, Baltusrol, and Mrs. A. De Witt Cochrane. Ardsley. Miss G. G. Howard, Essex County Coun try Club, and Miss G. M. Frasers, Nassau Country Club. Miss L. Hecker, Apawamis, and Miss E. W. Goffe, Essex County Country Club. Mrs. II. D. Clark. Apawamis. and Miss Jennie Hlnman, Dyker Moadow. Mrs. E. M. Carrlck. Essex County Coun try Club, and Miss .A. C. Smythe. Harbor Hill. Mrs. L. Daniels, Essex County Country Club, and Miss C. G. Willis, Morris County. Miss M. Charles, Essex County Country Club, and Mrs. E. S. Sanford.Essex_Coun ty Country Club. SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Between George Gonzales, complainant, and Francis M. McDonough and Harriet McDon ough, defendants. Fi. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Returnable October Term, 19G2. F. N. Eberhard, Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales room. No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, THURSDAY, the third day of July, A. D. 1902, at two o'clock in the *iternoon, all the follow ing described land and premises, with the ap purtenances, being the same described In auii writ, that is to say:— All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, and which is de scribed as fallows, via:—Beginning at a point in the northerly side of St. Paul's avenue dis tant one hundred and twenty-five fset (125' 0") westerly from the northwesterly corner of Oakland avenue and St. Paul's avenue; thence running westerly and along the northerly line Of St. Paul’s avenue twenty-five feet (25' 0"); thence northerly and parallel with Oakland avenue one hundred feet (10i)' 0"); thencs east erly and narallel with St. Paul’s avenue twen ty-five feet (25' 0"), and thence southerly and parallel with Oakland avenue one hundred feet (100O to the point or place of begin CARL K. RUBMPLSR, Sheriff. Dated May 27. 1902. Jersey City Nows and Evening Journal. SHERIFF'S SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Between Joseph A. Abel, complainant, and Alfred Hennemeier et al.. defendants. Fi. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Returnable October Term. 1902. James A. Gordon. Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered. I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbsrt's Real Estate Sales room No. 47 Montgomery street. Jersey City. THURSDAY, the tenth day of July. A. D. 1902. at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the follow ing described land and premises, with the ap purtenance*, being the same described in said writ, that U to say:— ■Vii tract or parcel of lands and premises, situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City In the County of Hudson and state of New Jersey, which In the complainant's mort aaae Is bounded and described as follows:— ''Beginning at a point in the westerly line of a new road leading to Bergen Point (now called Bergen avenue), where the division line between said mortgaged lands and lands now or late of one Zemmett intersects the same and running thence nearly westerly along said division line* about one hundred feet, thence noriherlv and parallel with the said new road or avenue twenty-five feet; thence nearly east erly and at right angles to said new road or avenue one hundred feet more or less to the westerly line of said road or avenue; Whence southerly along the westerly ijne of said road or avenue about forty feet to the Point■ place of beginning." Said premises nerw front on the westerly Sheriff. Jersey ^71 ty Nevus' and Jersey City Herald. SHERIFF’S SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Between Martin Cantlon. complainant, and Monica J. Plnckuey «t al., defendants. Fi fa For sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable October Term, 1902. William Grace, Solicitor. nv virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed delivered. I .hall Mil by public vendue atF. 0 Wolbert'a Real K.ute 8. ee No 47 Montgomery street, Jereey city. THURSDAY, the tenth day Juljr* ** at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the follow at two o ciock »n .;U ,1' ,« lug ,.escribed .land and PronnisM.^Uh pu®rlentnc« beJni the lame described In WAl! that certain1 hit. tract or Parcel of land and premlaee. situate, lying and being In the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, being part of a ^act of land kno\vn by tho name Oi Mount Pleasant, and which on a map of said tract entitled. Map of Mount Pleasant, Hudson Coun.y, New Jersey made by John Bevan, City Surveyor, and being marked "Map of lands of Industrial Home Association No. 1, one. of West Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jer^e^ Mgned by G VanHoyten. President. and Bled ?n the Clerk', <now Re* later a) off toe of Hud son County, on the third day of August. 18o3, are known and dlstlngulahed a» lot number ?wo hundred and al*ty <»»>. b*>n* twenty-flve (W) f,et wide In front and rear and one hun drtd GOO) feet in depth throughout and front ^dA^terly^orarMn«. Sheri*. Jeraey*1 efty"*Newe^nnd Jereejr City Democrat S HER I i'F’S NO'11 I'm 6HEKIFF-8 SALE-IN CHANCERY OK NEW Jersey. Between George Vreeland, eomplaln.mt, and John T. Baldwin & Co. et al,, defendants. Fi. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Returnable May Term, 1802. William G. Burnstsd, Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert’a Real Kstate Sales room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, THURSDAY, the twelfth day of June, A. D. 1902, at two o'clock In the afternoon, all the follow* lng described land and premises, with the ap purtenance?, being the same described in said writ, that is to say:— All that block of land and premises situates in Jersey City, New Jersey, known as Block number three hundred and seventy-four (374), bounded on the north by Gilchrist street, on the east by Monmouth street, on the south by the southerly side line of said Block, as shown on plate aigty-five (65) of the Official Assess ment Map of Jersey City, N. J., 1894. made by L. D. Fowler, and on the west by Mill Creek. Together with all the right, title and interest of said party of the first part of. in and to the lands? in Gilchrist and Monmouth streets, to the center lines thereof in front of said Block. And also all right, title and interest of said party of the first part of, in and to the lands under water and all water rights in Mill Creek in front of and adjoining said Block. CARL H. RUEMPLER. Sheriff. Dated May 6, 1902. Jersey City News and Jersey City Democrat. SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. „ , Between Lafayette Mutual Building and Loan Association, complainant, and Clarence Murray et al., defendants. Fi. fa. For sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable May Term, 1902. Erwin & Keller, Solicitors. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered. I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert'a R»al Estate Sales room. No. 47 Montgomery street. Jersey City, THURSDAY, the nineteenth day of June, A. D. 1902. at two o'clock In the afternoon, all the fol lowing described land and premiaes, with the appurtenances, being the same described in said writ, that is to say:— All those certain lots, pieces or parcels or land and premises, situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, particularly described as follows, viz:— First—All that certain lot of land and prem ises. which on a map entitled “New Map of Claremont, Bergen Heights. Hudson County. New Jersey,” made June 19, 1864, and on file in the Register's Office of Hudson County aforesaid, is known and distinguished as lot numbered eighteen (18). in Block numbered fifteen (13), fronting on Columbia street, now Ege avenue, said lot being twenty-five (23) feet wide in front and rear and one hundred feet deep throughout, also known by the street num ber as No. 4$ Ege avenue. Second—Beginning at a point on the easterly side or line of Van Horne street distant one hundred and fifty feet northerly from the north erly line of Bramhall avenue, and from thence running (1) easterly parallel with Bramhall avenue one hundred (100) feet; thence (2) northerly parallel with Van Horne street thirty-three feet four inches OS' 4"); thence (3> westerly parallel with Bramhall avenue, to, through apd beyond the center of a party wall one hundred (100) feet to the easterly line of Van Horne street; thence southerly along the easterly line of Van Horne street thirty three feet and four Inches to the point or place of beginning, being known as lot numbered fortv-three (43) and part of lot numbered forty-four (44). on Block numbered four hun dred and ninety-seven (487). as laid down on “Map of South Lafayette. Hudson County, New Jersey,” on file in the Register's Office of Hudson County aforesaid, and also known as Nos. 239*4 and 241 Van Horne Street. CARL H. RUEMPLER, Sheriff. Dated May 13, 1902. Jersey City News and Jersey Pity Democrat. SHERIFF’S SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between Lafayette Mutual Building and Loan Association, complainant. and Joanna E. Murphy et al., defendants. Fi. fa. For sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable May Term. 1902. Erwin & Keller, Solicitors. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, THURSDAY, the nineteenth day of June, A. D. 1802. at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the follow ing described land and premises, with the apj purlenances, being the same described in said writ, that is to say;— All that certain lot or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in Jersey City. Hudson County. New Jersey. Beginning at a point in the southeasterly side of Van Horne street distant southwesterly six hundred (600) feet from the southerly corner of Communipaw avenue and Van Horne street; thence running (1) southeasterly parallel with Communipaw avenue one hundred (100) feet; thence (2) southwesterly parallel with Van Home street sixteen feet and eight Inches (16 ft. 8 in.); thence (3) northwesterly parallel with Communipaw avenue, to, through and beyond the center of a party wall one hundred (100) feet to the southeasterly side of Van Horne street: and thence (4) northeasterly along Van Horne street sixteen feet and eight inches (16 ft. 3 in.) to the place of beginning. CARL II. RUEMPLER. Sheriff. Dated May 13. 1902. Jersey City News and Jersey City Democrat. SHERIFF’S SALE — HUDSON COMMON Pleas Court. Edmund D. Vanderbilt and Frederick Schill, partners, vs. Maria Fltzgibbons. On Docketed Judgment. Fi. fa., Ac. Fffhurnabie April Term. 1902. Joseph S. Parry, Attorney. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me di rected and delivered, I have levied upon and shall sell by public vendue.a at Real Estate Salesroom, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the twenty-aixth day of June at two o’clock in’ the afternoon, all the right, title and estate of the above named defendant. Maria Fitzgibbona, In and to all the follow ng described land and premises, with the appur tenances. that is to say:— All the west half part of that certain lot, tract or parcel of land and premises situate, lying and* being in the City of Hoboken, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jecsey, and which is known and distinguished upon a certain map entitled “Map of property situate at Hoboken. Hudson County. New Jersey, be longing to the Estate of John G. Coster de ceased, surveyed and laid out Into lots Novem ber, 1860, by Daniel Ewen and Austin D. Ewen. City Surveyors. New York.” and filed in the office of the Clerk (now Register) of the County of Hudson aforesaid, as lot number one (1), In Block number thirty-two (32), and which westerly half of said lot is bounded and described as follows:—Westerly in front by Grand street, twenty-five (23) feet; easterly in the rear by the east half of said lot, twenty five (25) feet; southerly on one side by First street, fifty (50) feet, and northerly cn the other side by lot number two (2) upon said map, fifty (50) feet, together with the build ings and improvements thereon erected and the appurtenances thereunto belonging. CARL H. RUEMPLER, Sheriff. Dated May 20, 1902. Jersey City News and Jersey Citv Democrat. SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY' OF* NEW Between Anna Boettner. complainant, and John C. Bernitt et al., defendants. FI. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Returnable May Term, 1902. George R. Dutton, Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me di rected and delivered. I shall sell by publlo vendue at F. G. Wolbert's Real Estate Sales room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City. THURSDAY, the twenty-sixth day of June, A. D. 1902. at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the follow ing described land and promises, with the ap purtenances. being the same described in said writ, that is to say:— All that certain lot or piece of land situate, lying and being in the Township of North Bergen, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey (being part of a tract of land known by the name of Hoboken), and which on a map of the said tract, made by Charles I,oss and filed in the Clerk’s office in the County of Bergen, is distinguished as lot num ber six hundred and thirty-two (632). and is situated and describe*! as follows, viz.Com mencing on the northwest corner of First and Bloomfield streets in Hoboken, and running thence northerly and along the westerly line of Bloomfield street twenty-five (35) feet; thence westerly and parallel with First street one hundred <100) feet; thence southerly and parallel with Bloomfield street twenty-five (23) feet to the northerly side of First street; thence easterly and along the northerly side of First street one hundred (100) feet to the place of beginning. CARL H. RUEMPLER, Sheriff. Dated May 20. 1902. Jersey City News and The Observer. in chancery of new jersey. To Michael Baumeister and Annie Baumeis* ter, his wife. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein Dorothea Bsr me» Is complainant and you and others are defendants, you are required to appear, pk-ad, answer or demur to the bill of said complain ant. on or before the fourteenth day of July next, or that in default whereof such decree be made against you as the Chancellor shall think eauitable and Just. The said bill Is filed to foreclose a mortgage given by Charles Weiss and wife to complain ant, bearing date December 1, iS!»7, on land* In the Town of Union, Hudson County, New Jersey, And you Michael Baumeister are made de fendant because you are the owner of the ISnJ. Ana you Annie Baumeister are made de fendant because you have an Inchoate right of dower in the same, which rights of said de fendants are alleged to be subsequent to the „ea of Solicitor of Compl»ln*»t. WecMwtoa. V. O.. X J. tx.fi Mar U. UK* SHEltlFF’S JSOTICES SSHiuUir t o dALE.—lN CHANCEHr OF NJSW Jersey. • Between Michael A. Sullivan. complainant, and James Cotter et ah, defendants. FI. fa. For sale of vticrtarn^ed premise*. Returnable May Term. 19<i2. Charles C. Koliy, Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to m* directed and delivered. I shall sell by publle vendue at F. O. Wolbert’s real estate «*ie** room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City. THURSDAY, the twelfth day of June, A. D. 19C2, at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the fol lowing described land and premises, with the appurtenances, being the same described xn •aid writ, that !.-. to «yr—. All the following tract or parcel of land and premises hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey. Being designated as lot number twenty-six (26), in Block numbered one hundred and forty two (142), and colored yellow on a certain map on flic In the office of the Register of the County of Hudson, showing th«- partition of the lands at Pav <nia, in said Jersey City, among the heirs of John B. Coles, deceased, said lot being bounded and described as fol Beginning at a point in the southerly side of Eighteenth street, distant one hundred and twenty-five 025) feet easterly from the south easterly corner of Grove street and said Eighteenth street; thence running southerly parallel with Grove street one hundred (100) feet; thence easterly and parallel with Eigh teenth street twenty-five (25) feet; thence northerly parallel w'ith Grove street one hun dred (100) feet to the line forming the southerly side of Eighteenth street; thence running westerly along the southerly side of Eighteenth street twenty-five (25) feet to the point or place qf beginning. Being the same land and premises which were conveyed to Patrick Cotter (the father of said James Cotter) by Daniel Mulligan, by deed dated March 20th, 1883. recorded March 22nd. 1S83. In Book 377 of Deeds for Hudson County, N. J.. page 428, and which came to the mortgagor, James Cotter, under the pro visions of the will of said Patrick Cotter, which will is recorded in Liber 39 of Wills for Hudson County. N. J.. page 428, in the office of the Surrogate of said Hudson County. CARL H. RUEJMPLER. Sheriff. Dated May 6. 1902. Jersey City News and Jersey City Herald. SHERfPF’3 SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between Bessie Neville et al., eompkilnantj,. and Julia M. Lane et al.. defendants Fi. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Returnable May Term. 1902. Henry Ewald. Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales room^ No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, THURSDAY, the twelfth day of June, A. D. 1902, at two o’clock In the afternoon, all the follow ing described land and premises, with the ap purtenances. being the same described In said writ, that is to say:— All that certain lot of land and premises, situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which on a certain map entitled "Map of Sherwood. Hudson County, N. J.," made by Clerk & Bacot, Surveyors, duly filed in the Clerks (now Register's) Office of Hudson County, is known and designated as part of lot number eleven (11), on Forrest street which part of said lot is bounded and described as follows:— Beginning at a point in the southerly side of Forrest street distant twenty feet westerly from the point of intersection of the easterly line of said lot eleven (11) with the southerly line of Forrest street; thence running southerly at right angles to Forrest street ninety (90) feef; thence easterly parallel with Forrest street twenty (20> feet to the easterly line of said lot eleven (11); thence southerly along the easterly side of said lot eleven (11), seventy (70) feet to the rear line of said lot: thence west erly along the rear line of said lot and parallel with Forrest street fifty (50) feet to the west erly line of said lot; thence northerly along the westerly line of said lot seventy (70) feet; thence easterly paraded with Forrest street twenty (20) feet; thence northerly on a line drawn at right angles to Forrest street ninety (90) feet to Forrest street; thence easterly along the southerly line of Forrest street ten (10) feet to the place of beginning. Also the rear part of lot known on said map as lot number ten (10), on Park street, being all that part of said lot number ten (10) which lies between the northeasterly line of the land of the Newark and New York Railroad Com pany and the rear or northeasterly line of said lot number ten (10). CARL H. RUEMPLER. Sheriff. Dated May 6, 1902. Jersey City News and The Observer. SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between The Garfield Building and Loan As sociation, complainant, and Jane Henderson et a!., defendants. Fi. fa. For sale of mortgaged premises. Returnable May Term. 1902. William F. Midlige, Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales room, No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the twelfth day of June, A. D. 1902. at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the fol lowing described land and premises, with the appurtenances, being the same described ih said writ, that is to say:— All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, together with the two-story and basement frame dwelling house erected thereon, situate, lying and being in Jersey City (that part for meriv called the City of Bergen). In the County of Hudson and State of New' Jersey, which on a map on file in the office of the Register of Hudson County, entitled “Map of Lafayette, one mile from Jersey City Ferry. Hudson Co., N. J.,“ is designated as that part of lots num bered twenty-five (23) and twenty-six (26). in Block eight ‘8).' now Block four hundred and sixty-two t462), bounded and described as fol lows:—Beginning at a point in the northwest erly side of Whiton street, distant one hundred and six tv-six feet and eight inches (166 ft. 8 in.) northeasterly ftam the northerly corner of Whiton and Lafa.vSfc*. streets: __ thence run nlng northwesterly parallel with Lafayette street, to through ami beyond a party wall Standing partly on the premises hereby con veyed and partly on the premises next ad joining southerly thereto, eighty feet (80 ft.): thence northeasterly parallel with Whiton street sixteen feet and eight inches (16 ft. 8 in.) thence southeasterly parallel with Lafay ette street, to, through and beyond a party wall standing partly on the premises hereby convoyed and partly on the premises next ad joining northerly thereto, eighty feet (SO ft.) to Whiton street; thence southwesterly along the line of Whiton street sixteen feet ami eight inches '16 ft. 8 in.) to the point or place of beginning. _ < Being the same premises conveyed to Jane Henderson by Lawrence Broderick, by deed dated June 1st. 1889. and recorded In Book 483. oaae 112 of Deeds for Hudson County, N. J. V * CARL H. RL’EMPLER. Sheriff. Dated May 6. 1902. „ Jersey City News and Jersey City Democrat. Si».-i,iFF’S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Between The Hudson County Caledonian Building and Loan Association, complainant, and John Trumblam! et ux., et al., defendants. Fi. fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Returnable October Term, 1902. William CJrece, Solicitor. By virtue of the - hove stated writ, to me directed and delivered. I shall sell by public vendue at F. CJ. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales room, No. 47 Monlgomtry street. Jersey City, THURSDAY, the third day of July. A. D. 1902, at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the follow ing described land and premises, with the ap purtenances. being the same described in said writ, that is to say:— All that certain lot or" land and premises, situate In the City of Jersey City. In the County of Hudson and Bute of New Jersey, and which is described as follows:—Beginning at a point In the southerly line of lot number ninety-four, as shown on a certain map en titled ' Map of property, formerly the Tonne'.a Homestead, Hudson City. New Jersey, belong ing to Robert C. Baeot. filed In the office of the Clerk (now Register) of the County of Hudsoh, May 18th. 1S64.” which point Is five feet west of the southeast corner of said lot at shown on said map. running thence wester ly and parallel with Pavonia avenue, ninety live feet: thence southerly twenty-five feet: thence easterly and parallel with Pavon'a avenue ninety-live feet: thence northerly twcntv-flve feet to the point or place of be ginning, and being the same premises hereto fore convoyed to said John Trumbland and Jennie, his wife, by deed of Allan L. McDer mott and Maggie E. his wife, dated August 2lst, IS9.1, and recorded October 3th, 1893. in Book C30 of Deeds, page 394. &c. CARL H. RUEMPLER. Sheriff. Dated May 27, 19c!. Jersey City News and The Observer. IN CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY. To Matilda Wright anJ Ashbei C. Kampman. i By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan- i eery of New Jersey, made on the day of the j date hereof, in a cause wherein Charles F. ! Hull is complainant, and you and others are ! defendants, you are required to appear and ; plead, demur or answer to the complainant bill on or before the twenty-third day of July pext. or the said bill will be taken as con fessed against you. I The said bill is died to foreclose a mortgage given by Alfred A. Siegfried to the complain ant, dated October 38th. 18$y, on lands in Jer sey City, and "you Matilda Wright are made I defendant because you have a contract with j Alfred A. Siegfried to convey said lands to you; %nd you Aeh'oet C. Kampman are made defendant because you claim to be the owner of said land*. JAMES A. GORDON. Solicitor of Complainant. P. O. Address, No. 586 Newark avenue, Jersey i City, N. J. imm4 u*r a. im. 1 LEGAL NOTICES' AN „GRFINANCE FOR THE RELIEF OI Pete. F. Guteri in construction of storm doors. The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City bj the Board of Street and Water Commissioner* for and on behalf of the municipality of aaltf city, do ordain as follows:— Section 1. That Peter 1**. Outer! be and if hereby grunted permission to construct at»4 maintain storm doors on building heretofore erected by him at No. 243 Newark avenue, which storm doors may be four (4) feet wide and may project from building thirty-one <sp Inches and beyond the building line eighteen US) inches, and be seven <7) feet in height, any ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding. The ordinance granting this privilege to b« of full force anti effect for a period of five *a) years and thereafter until such time as this Board dr the proper authorities may order th« same removed. The work to be done under the supervises of the Inspector of Buildings. Section 2. That all costs and expenses inci dent to the introduction, passage and pub lication of this ordinance shall be paid by ths applicant for same, and such amount therefor as is estimated by the Clerk of this Board be necessary' shall be deposited with that offiesf On demand. Passed May 27, 1902. ROBT. G. SMITH. President. Approved May 81, 1902. MARK M. FAGAN. Mayor. Attest;— GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. AN ORDINANCE FOR THE RELIEF OF GeO. R. Beach in const ruction of bay win dows. The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners for and one behalf ot the municipality of said city, do ordain as follows:— Section T. That Geo. R. Beach be and is hereby granted permission to construct three bny window s on building to be erected by him at the northeast corner of Oakland avenue and Const House place, two of which bay windows may extend beyond the building line on Court House place and one beyond the building lins of Oakland avenue two and one-half <2H> feet, and from the second story to the roof, any ordinance to the contrary notwithstanding. The work to be done under the supervision of the Inspector of Buildings. Section 2. That all costs and expenses inci dent to the Introduction, passage and publi cation of this ordinance shall be paid by ths applicant for same, and such amount therefor as is estimated by the Clerk of this Board to be necessary shall be deposited with that officer on demand. Passed May 27, 1902. ROBT. G. SMITH. Preside*!, Approved May SI, 1902. MARK M. FAGAN, Mayor. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Attest: STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To ail to whom these presents may coum* Greeting: Whereas. It appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceeding# for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders, de posited in my office, that the Butte Lighting and Power Company, a corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 15 Exchange place, in the city of Jersey City, County of Hudson. State of New Jersey (The Corporation Trust Company of New Jer sey being agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process maj be served), has com plied with the requirements of "An Act con cerning corporations (Revision of 1896)," pre liminary to the issuing of this certificate of dissolution. Now. therefore, I, S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the said corporation did, on th# seventeenth day of May, 1908, ftte in my office a duly executed and attested consent in writ ing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file In my said office as provided by law. In testimony whereof, I have hereto set my hand and affixed my official (Seal.) seal, at Trenton, this seventeenth day of May. A. D. one thousand nine hun dred and two. S. D. DICKINSON, Secretary of State. STATE OP NEW JERSEY— DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presents may coma* Greeting: Whereas. Xt appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stockholders, de posited in my office, that the Patent Water and Gas Pipe Company, a corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 362 Henderson street, in the city of Jersey City, County of Hudson. State of New Jersey (Clarence Stephens being agent Xharam and 4* charge thereof, upon whom process may be served), has complied with the requirement a of “An Act concerning corporations (Revision of 1896),’’ preliminary to the issuing of this certificate of dissolution Now. therefore, I, S. D. Dickinson. Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the said corporation did on the third day of May. 1902. file in ray office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed bv all the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file in my said office as provided by law. In testimony whereof. I have here to set my hand and affixed my official (Seal.) seal, at Trenton, this third day of May. A. D. one thousand nine hun dred and two. 8. D. DICKINSON. Secretary of State. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Meyer Malbin and Israel Hammerman. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein John Means and James A. Gordon, executors and trustee* under the will of William Moore, deceased, arc complainants, and you and others are de fendants. you are required to appear and plead, demur or answer to the complainants’ bill on or before the nineteenth day of July next, or the said bill will be taken as con fessed against you. The said bill is filed to foreclose a mortgage given by Annie Lipman and her husband to the said complainants, dated September 14th. 1898, on lands in the city of Bayonne, and you are made defendants because you held a mortgage on said lands. Dated May 15th. 1502. JAMES A. GORDON. Solicitor of Complainant. P O Address, No. MS Newark avenue, Jersey City, N. J. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To K&therina May. By virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein William May is petitioner and you are defendant, you are required to appear and answer to the petition er’s petition on or before the seventh day of July next, or that In default thereof euch de cree will be made against you as the Chan cellor shall think equitable and Ju»t. The saH petition is filed against you for a divorce from the bond of matrimony. Dated May 5, 1902. J. HERBERT POTTS. Solicitor of Petitioner. 15 Exchange place, Jersey City. Ne*P Jersey. U. S. A. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY, To Thomas Stout. By virtue of an order of the Court af Chancery of New Jersey, made on tha day of the date hereof, in a cause where in Agnes Stout is petitioner and you &ra defendant, you are required to appear and answer to the petitioner s petition on or before the twenty-first day of May MXt, or that in default * thereof such decrea will be made against you as the Chan cellor shall think equitable and Just. The said petition is filed against you for * divorce from the bond of matrimony. Dated March 20, 1902. J. HERBERT POTTS, Solicitor of Petitioner, No. 15 Exchange place, Jersey City. N. J. NOTICE TO CREDITORS - ESTATE OF JOHN HELBIO, deceased; Louisa Helhig, Administratrix of John Helbig, deceased. by order of the Deputy Surrogate of Hud so* County, dated October 15th. 1*01, hereby g:ve» notice to the creditors of said deoedent ta bring in their debts, demands and claims against th* estate of said decedent under oath or affirmation, within nine months from the dats of saia order, or they win be forever barred of any action therefor against said administratrix. _POUTS A H5LBT6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE second account of the subscriber, as trustee unt'w th# last will and testament of Nelson S. Hlbhler, deceased, will be audited and elated bv the Register of the Prerogative Court, and reported for settlement to the Ordinary of the State of New Jersey, at the State Houee la the City of Trenton, on Tuesday, the thirteenth day of May. nineteen hundred and two. Dated March 2Sth. 1*01. WILLIAM S. VOORHIBS. TnteWa. CREDITORS OF ELIZA VINE, DECEASED. are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated January IS, Hoi. upon applica tion of the eubscrlber, notifled to bring In their debts, demands and claims against her estate within nine months from above date. CREDITORS OF HUGH DUGAN, DECEASED. are. by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated February f, 1501, upon applica tion of the subscriber, notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against hia aetata wlibia nine months from above data.