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TWO SEATS They Think One Woman Would Be Lonely on School Eoard. CLUB SOCIAL DAT Bright Papers by Miss Wal lace and Miss Lacey at Yesterday’s Meeting. The Woman's Club held its regular monthly social and business meeting yes terday afternoon in Hasbrouck Ilall. Mrs. Charles E. Brownne reported a bal ance of $184.81 in the treasury. The secretary read a recommendation from the Executive Committee that rhe motion of the Education Department to place a woman in the Board of Education be ap proved. The Executive Board, however, added another woman, fearing that one woman on the Board with so many men would be too lonely and frightened to open her mouth. The motion was put and carried, and the secretary instructed to Write letters asking to the city offi cials that two women be appointed to the Board of Education next January. Mrs. George W. Case gave an account as delegate to the recent Federation, which she called her impressions. “It was all for somebody else.” said she. “It was truly altruistic and liu manitariau. Everything went off lovely —there wasn’t any trouble at all. There was Mrs. Seudder bobbing up and down like a rubber ball, saying just the right thing at the right time, and Mrs. Ben son so devoted to model tenements that I’m sure when she gets one, she'll live on the first floor: Mrs. Dear, who gave us all plenty to eat, and Mrs. Marvin, who gave the whole Teachers' Retirement Fund in a nutshell and made me wish I was a teacher just so I^couid subscribe to it.” “At one time.” continued Mrs. Case, “I was afraid the Federation was going to turn into a divorce court, when one woman jumped up and asked if she was compelled to live with a man she couldn't get along with.” Mrs. George R. Hough, another dele gate. said that the thing that impressed her most was when somebody nominated Mrs. Stewart Hartshorn, the retiring president, for corresponding secretary, and someone from the platform exclaim ed, “Oh, don’t take that!” the president’s reply was, “I consider any office the federation has to offer an honor!” Mrs. J. Bradley Tanner, chairman of the Music Department, presided over the social programme. With a few introduc tory remarks Mrs. Tanner started the programme 'without delay. The nunhc was all by women composers, the first number being a quartette. “Over Hill, Over Dale" (Mrs. H. II. A. Beach), sung by Miss-Isabelle Ferris, Miss A. Frost, Mrs. Fr Eveleth and Mrs. George R. Hough. Miss Mary A. Lockhart ren dered “Chnminade” and “Yalse Ca price.” most charmingly. Miss Lucie Nelson tang “Eudymicn” (Lisa Leh man), “The Young Rose” and “The Nigiitingale and the Rose” (Edna R. Park). There were two papers, one by Miss Edytlie I. Wallace, on “Women Com posers,” in which she said there were comparatively few. because a woman was so emotional by nature that she couldn’t express her emotions. “Wom an.” said she, “is more receptive than creative. Emotion is so much a part of her that, though she feels its influence, she can’t see its results as man does. To express her emotions is too cold blooded an operation for h'er.” * She also gave as a reason for the dearth of women composers her inability to bear hardships, as so many of the old masters did. Few women, she said, stick to their music after their hair be gins to turn white. With man it is different. The second paper was by Miss Mar garet E. Lacey, on_' thq. “Medley,” and was a succession of short, original verses on various incidents in musicians’ lives. “A medley,” said she, “fis a confused mass of ingredients, a mixture, a jumble, parts of songs arranged to run into each other with abruptness of grotesque tran sitions. This is quoted from my new dictionary recently received and used dili gently owing to its novelty. A medler is one who is eager to explain to others that which he himself does not under stand. His impressions are usually a medley. Hearken to the presentations of my biographical impression of some musicians of whom we all have read “Mozart loved the Weber girl, Oft in dreams he kissed her, But she, cruel, turned him down, So he wed her sister. Mozart at the break of day On the pillow used to lay Letters for his wife to take When from slumber she should wake. Wonder what the message said, Which ho laid beside her head; Was it Tmve on thee I dote,’ Or, ‘Please sew buttons on my coat.’ In the orchestra of Gluck, Drums were beaten with a stick, Oymbals clanged and critics’ voices Clamored loud against the noises. Handel in the attic sat, Playing on a spinet, His mamma, who’d made his bed, Thought that he was in it.” -• THERE IS ONE RATIONAL WAT to treat nasal catarrh: the medicine is ap plied direct to the affected membrane. The remedy is Ely’s Cream Balm. It restore., the inflamed tissues to a healthy state without drying all the life out of them and it gives back the lost senses of taste and smell. The sufferer who is tired of ^ vain experiments should use Cream Balm. Druggists sell it for 50 cts. Ely Brother,, 56 Warren Street, New York, will mail it, , \ A STRONG STATEMEN1 Rev. Theo. Hunter, pastor of the Pres byterian Church, Greensburg, Ky., says: “I have received great benefit from the use of Dr. David Kennedy’s Favor ite Remedy. I had a severe attack of Kidney trouble, but Favorite Remedy entirely removed the malady. Dr. Divid Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is the'' surest cure for all diseases of the Kidneys. Blad der. Liver and Blood, Rheumatism and Dyspepsia. Ail druggists sell it in the NEW 60 CENT SIZE and tlie regular $1.00 site bottles. Sample bottle—enough for trial, free by mail. Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y, Cr. Cavit Kennedy’s Golden Grope instant relief. Nteraigia, Rhstmadom, Bruises, Buna. 25c, 50c. "Sample bottle free by applying at Kugcn Hartnett, druggist, 107 Montgomery street, Jersey City.” ELOPERSJPUT OF! Greenville Pastor Refuses ic Get Up at 1 A. M. to Marry a Couple. There is always something going on i.: the wedding line in the Greenville sec tion. IE not church and home wedding there are elopmeuts. Young people seen, to think that Greenville is just the place This doubtless accounts for the early morning visit the Rev. William Sanft. pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, at JIcAdoo avenue and the Boulevard, had a few days ago. The pastor had an electric bell in th: house, but this never rang loud enough to arouse him. So he had a gong put i 1 as a substitute. It was the clanging ol this gong the other night that awoke him. He put his head out of the win dow and inquired who was there and what they wanted. “We desire to be married,” observed a masculine voice. It was then after one o'clock ill the morning. I'astor Sanft is a stickler for form, so he told the couple he would not come down to perform tiie ceremony. “This is no time to come here to be married,” he said. "I will not come down to perform the ceremony. You will have to go elsewhere.” He gave the couple some advice aud told them they should have chosen a more appropriate time to be married. The pastor retired and the young cou ple went away. He has no idea who they were. He said last night he would never come down stairs to officiate at weddings at that hour, and that young people should know better than to go around at such a time. FREEHOLDERREBUCTION. Queer Vagaries of the Ward Figures --Saia.il Pluraltv. The proposition to reduce the Board of Freeholders was adopted in Jersey City by a majority of 950. The vote as tabu lated by City Clerk O'Donnell was as follows:— ar<l. For. Against. 1. 527 807 -. 359 1391 3 . 540 895 4 . 1099 403 5 . 473 (552 <j. 819 273 7 . 532 427 8 . 918 9(51 9 . 1020 500 10 .825 (517 11 . 1183 507 12 . 859 721 Totals. 9100 8214) Majority for. 950 -9-■ DAYTON CLUB EUCHRES. Entertainment Committee Is Busy Arranging the Dates. The Dayton Club, a social organiza tion of the Fourth ward of this city, is arranging for a series of euchres for the season. Dates will be announced in a short time. The entertainment committee appoint ed for the season is composed of H. Argue, Thomas McGovern, 51. Donohue, E. B. Dolan, F. 5IcEntee, William Glaccum, J. E. Scanlon, J. 5IcCabe and Thomas Walsh. -9 GAS RANGER EXPLODES. A gas range exploded and caused a slight fire in the home of 5Ir. Harry Hyarns, X’o. 1 Paulmier place,’ yesterday afternoon. A still alarm was sent to Engine Company No. 3, which quickly extinguished the blaze. --9 Among the Fishes. Hiss Bass—So you think me nice, Mr. Pelican? Mr. Pelican—1 think you would Just fill the bill.—New York World. X > ' ?. -V- V f " j V ' S' - ' STAGE STRUCK CIRLSMISSINI imes Roache, a Wealths Man in Denver Looking for His Daughters. I0.V3E DESERTED IN JUNE ■)i<Aapnoint3cl Runaways Bs lieved to B 3 Vc rking in a Hobok ;u £i k Mill .Tames Roache, a wealthy eatt]edeiCp> of Denver, Col., asked the Hoboken po lice last night to help him find his daugh ters. Bessie and Margaret, who, he I thinks, are working in a Hoboken silk j mill. Roache was accompanied by liis sixteen-year-old son. Robert, who has been assisting him in searching for the :..g uu.tu suite they leit Denver last Tune. Bessie, the eldest daughter, is twenty liree years old. Margaret is eighteen. Mr. Roadie told Chief of Detectives Nelson that both girls were “stage tnuek” and left home with the intention f becoming actresses. They took two rcss suit cases, containing clothes and lbO. lie said, and were first heard of rom Chicago, where the younger girl rote to her brother. She said her sister had induced her to leave home, and sromised to return if the boy would in tercede with her father and secure his Torgiveness. TRACED TO CHICAGO. Roache and his son went to Chicago, where they found that the girls had left Ter Indianapolis. They traced them from there to a half-dozen big cities and vesterday lauded In New York, where lip girls were supposed to be boarding n a house on Twentieth street. Roache was told by the landlady that iiis daughters had left two weeks ago. They had been unable to get theatrical engagements, they told her, and were leaving New York to secure employment in a Hoboken silk mill. LEFT A GOOD HOME. Roaelie and his sou presented a woe begone appearance. “The girls had as good a home as there is in Denver.” said their father, “and I can’t understand why they should wish to go on the stage. Their mother has been dead four years, but they have always* received the best of treatment.” Detective Nelson detailed two of his men to begin a search of the silk mills this morning. If the girls are found they will 'be arrested and held until their father has a chance to see them. -» ST. LUCY’S BOWLING DATES Father Watterson Preparing for tho Local Tournaments. Rev. Henry Watterson, curate of St. Ivncy’s R. C. parish, is arranging for a lively winter season for the young men of the Lyceum. On the bowling alleys, underneath the school building, corner of Grove and Sixteenth streets, tourna ments will be played. The Lyceum may be represented by a strong team in local tournaments. Plays, receptions, euchres and other Hinds of amusement will be features. REAfESTATE. New Factory for Lafayette —Modern Flats for the ReightSi The American Type Founder’s Com pany is about to begin the erection of its large factory on Monitor street in the Lafayette section. Men have been at work for the past week removing two framo buildings, which stood on the site where tile factory is to be built, the buildings are being moved to separate Bts on the same street. When this work is complete it is said that the excavations for the new factory will be commenced at once. The factory will consist of a number of brick build ings, each of which will be fitted for_the manufacture of type or other printers’ supplies. B. F. Ellenbergea- is building; a two story frame extension to the house No. 555 West Side avenue at a cost of $1,119. The row of unfinished frame two-story dwellings on Van Houten avenue, west of the Boulevard, in the Greenville sec tion, has passed into other hands, and will now be completed and made ready for renting. The buildings were begun by a New iTork syndicate more than a year ago. The work was stopped by Building Inspector Kelly because infer ior material was being used and the houses, with the exception of two, which were completed and rented, have remain ed in an unfinished state since last fall. There are eleven dwellings now in the I row. Workmen are now engaged com pleting the remaining nine. The work is in eharge*of Contractor Michael Nolan. Carteret Building and Lopn Association No. 2 met last night in its rooms on Montgomery street near Bergen avenue. The receipts for the evening were $1,270. This association, which is one of the la test arrivals among building and loan or ganizations on the Hill, lias already dis posed of over 900 shares. It was or ganized as a branch of Carteret No. 1, whose busines bad become so extensive that it was found necessary to form an other association in order that proper at tention might be given to the interests of shareholders. Plans for the three story frame flat to be built by Timothy and Mary Mooney ou Clerk street, near Carteret avenue, were filed yosterday with the Building Inspector. The building will cost $7,91.9. On the plot adjoining the fiat John and GREEN STAMPS Removal Notice. * E wish all our old friends to visit us in our new quarters. NewarK -A.ve. and Barrow St. _333 Barrow St. iou wiu find a finer line of premiums there than have ever before been offered by anyone in Jersey City. Don’t fail to call and get a stamp book and (io) FREE stamps to start your collection. JEKSEY CITY TRADING STAMP CO. Newark Ave. and Barrow St. The Sperry CKL HutcHinson Company, Props. THOS A. SPERRY, Pres dent. Capital, $1,000,000.00. Surplus, $100,000.00 T! ii company owns and operates more stores than any other concern in the world ■n --— —--- ■■.. _ Anna Hood are building a two story frame residence at a cost of $4,400. The erection of both buildings is in charge of Architect George Von Arx. J. Charles Appleby has begun the erec tion of a $12,000 brick flat on Belmont avenue, between Bergen and Monticello avenues. The structure will contain three stories and all modern improve ments. Ground has already been broken. Mr. Appleby owns considerable property on the Heights. He resides at No. Ill Belmont avenue. A one-story frame residence is being built by H. Nublung on Hutton street, between the Boulevard and Germania avenue, at a cost of $1,200. REAL ESTATE RECORDS. Svaojrd., Nov. 6, 1002. Conveyances. JERSEY CITY. Abram D and Annie E Ross to Im manuel Britten: releases Britten from all liability under agreement to pur chase No 11 Brinkerhoff, and agrees to pay him $S00 and the $200 paid on account of purchase price and agrees not to sell said property within 2 yrs without first offering it to Britten for ...v.i'JMOD Jacob Bolilander and Francesca Ott to Fredrick Bohlander and wife, lots 103 and 104. bk 1,000. city map. 1804.$788 Francesca Ott and Fred Bohlander to jacou Bohlander and wife, lots 2 and 3. bk 1), map Jersev City Land Assn ...$1 Joseph \\ 1 reeland et ux to Louise Sonnemann lot 21, bk F, map Michael umuii i reeuiuu...^.iuu William Morgan to William Toms and wife, lot 18, bk 3, map Baldwin and Gilchrist. .$0,300 William Clarke et al to Margaret Mc Bride. e side Mallory ave. lots 49 and 50. bk 057, map W Clarke and H N Ege.$1 KEARNY. Clarence W Van Embnrgh to Fred J Ensor. u side Stewart ave, 332 ft w Elm st, 25x100.$1 Henry Heinsheimer and Harrison R Van Duyne to Leopold Glastetter and wife, w side Maple st. 220 ft n Pome roy ave, 25x83.$2,000 BAYONNE. Louisa Kahrs et al by Sheff to Olga Wolkenmuth. s side E 40th st. 375 e Ave I). 25x100.$1,000 Andrew Cadmus et ux to Luigi Maietta, w side Ave D, 25 ft u e W 10th st. 40x100. $1,225 TOWNSHIP UNION. 'Edward Nolan by Collector to inhabi tants of the Township Union, lot 20. bk 2, map - orth Union.$0.32 NORTH BERGEN. Woodcliff Land Impt. Co. to Paul T. Hahn, w side Bull’s Ferry Road. 37 ft n of 29th st.. 25x99 .$800 Same to Josephine It Hahn, w side Bull’s Ferry Road, 02 ft u 29th st, 37x90. . .:.$1,200 i HOBOKEN. iiuoise isock to ineouore ij neck, n e 1 cor Ferry & Bloomfield sts, 75\125.. i .$25,000 JERSEY CITY. Garret D Duryea et ux to Commercial i Invest B &iL Assn, w side Corbin ; ave, lot 23. bk 84, map 13, 14, 15, 16 .wards. 25x100 .$000 inat Lida L & Abram Hankiu to Colonial B i & L Assn, lot 10, bk 285%. Title & j Assessment map.$2,200 inst Mary & Thomas Jennings to William G Nelson, gdn of Harvey B Nelson, s side Woodlawn ave, 300 ft w Ocean , ave. 25x113.$1,500 3 yrs Fred Boblander et ux to.Franeeska & Jacob Otto, lot 103 & part 104. bk 1,000, city map 1894.$1,200 3 yrs Mary iPraiige to Matilda & Charles Reinscb, lot 81, map Town Hudson Land Assn.$1,000 3 yrs i The Bonner Co to Linna Hodges, n w ! cor Ravine & Webster aves. 25x98. .. . .$4,000 3 yrs Mortgagor BAYONNE. Mayer L Shapiro and Samuel Feldman to Metropolitan Life Ins Co, u e cor Are D and E 22d st, 50x100. ...$10,000 2 yrs George Weckesser or Wreckesser to An drew Foerst, n side E 22d st. 205 ft e Railroad ave, 25x107. .. .$3,000 0 yrs Luigi Maietta eit ux to Mechanics Trust Co, w side Ave D, 25 ft n w 10th st, 40x100. .$1,200 Inst WEEHAWIvEN. Francois Laugel to Hoboken Trust Co, e side Palisade uve, 55 ft s Maple st, 50x92.$8,000 5 yrs KEARNY. Leopold Glastetter et ux to Peoples B & L Assn, w side Maple st,. 220 ft n Pomeroy ave, 25x83.$1,400 Inst HARRISON. John J Fetherston to Peoples B & L Assn, s side Hamilton st, 225 ft w 5th st, 25x100.I.$3,200 Inst WEST HOBOKEN. Fred J Goodeve to Lincoln B & L, lot 8, map property George Derling. .. .........$(500 Inst Entitling Contracts. JERSEY CITY. Louis Goodmann with Martin Depen ln;ook. all mason work required in the erection of a 3-story frame house on w side West Side ave; H & W Neumann, I I F-2.22 OPEN EVENINGS. WANTED A RACCED-AND-DIRTY HOLLAR BILL For which we will give in exchange a brand new Mainspring, to replace the one that broke in your watch yesterday. And we will fit it into your watch, and set the watch going again, all without ex tra charge. A. WALTER'S SONS, ...LEADING... jewelers and Opticians 155 NEWARK AYE., 'OPP. ERIE ST., JERSEY CITY. BEAL ESTATE. Real Estate Trusts Company OF JERSEY CITY. Transacts a Gen-ekal Realty Bjsineh. Buy and Sell REAL ESTATE. Care for, Invest and Loan Money, appraise, make ad vances. Sell at Auction._ Insurance Fire, Plate Glass, Accident, Boiler. Fidelity, Electrical Machinery. Agency representing over $15.000.000 assets. Expert Advice on all Realty Matters, 55 MONTGOMERY ST. Telephone 36 Established 1872. F. H. SPENGEMAN, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 266 Washington St., Jersoy City. Houses, Lots. Farms, etc Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Kents Collected Insurance NELSON CO. WARD, 21 Montgomery St.. J. C. Wm, Geo. Nelson John H. Ward HUDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. To the unknown owners and persons inter ested in the lands below described. Take notice that on the fourteenth day of October, eighteeen hundred and ninety-one, The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City pur chased. for the sum of five hundred twenty eight and 18-100 dollars, at a sale for adjusted taxes, &c., made by the City Collector of Jersey City, pursuant to Chapter CXII of the Laws of 1886, and supplements thereto and amendments thereof, lands known as lot num ber fifty-one (No. 51), In block number two hundred and eighty-six (No. 286), fronting on Gardner avenue, in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, as laid down and desig nated upon an assessment map annexed to re port number fifty-five (55), made by Commis sioners of Adjustment, appointed for said city by this Court, pursuant to Chapter CXII of the laws of this State of 1886, and the supple ments thereto, which lands so sold are de scribed by metes and bounds as follows, to wit:— Beginning at a point in the northeasterly side of Gardner avenue, distant southeasterly three hundred and five (305) feet from the inter section of said line of Gardner avenue with the southeasterly line of Montieello avenue; run ning thence northeasterly and at right angles to said line of Gardner avenue one hundred and ten (110) and nine-tenths (9-10) feet; thence back to the place of beginning, and from slid beginning point running southeasterly along said line of Gardner avenue twenty-five (25) feet; thence northeasterly and parallel with the first course run one hundred and eleven (111) feet; thence northwesterly twenty-five (25) feet to the end of the first course run. And. by virtue of an order made on the tenth day of October, nineteen hundred and two, by the Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, you are required to redeem said lands from said sale on or before the seventeenth day of April, nineteen hundred and three, or to show cause on said day, before said Court, at the Court House, in Jersey City aforesaid, at ten o’clock*in the forenoon, why a deed therefor ! should not be delivered to said purchasers, j their legal representatives or assigns, pursuant ! to the statute, and why such further order should not be made as Is by the statute pro vided. Dated Jersey City, New Jersey, October 10, 1902. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY CITY. Bv MARK M. FAGAN. | Mayor. ■ (Sale No. 1,922.) j archts, $1,740; Marcus Bollhardt, car- | penter work, $3,493. WEST HOBOKEN. Charles Henning with C Lochmnnn & Son. All work required in the erec- j tion of a 3 story brick house on the s 1 side Ann st, near Spring st, Nicholas Soldwedel, archt.$0,090 HOBOKEN. Carnieliia Del Mastro with Gaetano Toz zole. All work required for the al terations to No. 419 Monroe st, John A Hilpert, archt.$1,325 WEEHAWKEN. Jacob & Mary Koseuberg with Solomon Sarflpiti. All work required in the erection of a 4 story frame house on w side Hackensack Plank ltoail, 50 ft n 19th st, John Singer, Jr, archt..$0,300 CORPORATION NOTICE CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 2Sth day of October, 1902, tne commissioners of As sessment filed in the office of the Clerk of tne Board of Street and Water Commissioners the*r final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF SANFORD PLACE, between Summit avenue and Zabriskie street, in accordance with petition previously present ed to said Board on'-t'ne 9th day of Juiy, 1901, and conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895, and the same is now open to public inspection in the office of the | Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections thereof are included in said assessment, namely:— SANFORD PLACE, from Summit avenue to Zabriskie street. SUMMIT AVENUE, ! on tne west side from Sanford place to points about 22 feet south and 52 feet.north thereof. BEACH STREET. from Sanford place to points about on the I north side 167% feet and on the south side 185 feet west thereof. MANHATTAN AVENUE, from a point about 300 feet west of Montrose avenue to a point about 257 feet east of San ford place. SHERMAN PLACE. from Sanford place to points about 212 feet west and 422.5 feet east thereof. HUTTON STREET, from Sanford place to a point about 65.3% feet east on its southerly side. ZABRISKIE STREET. . on its southerly side from Sanford place to points about 33.6 feet west and 88 feet east thereof. MONTROSE AVENUB; from Sanford place to points about on the west side 100 feet and on the east side 68 feet south thereof. And that in accordance with the provls'ons of the Act above cited, the 11th day of No vember, 1902, at 2 o’clock P. M., and the As sembly Chamber of the City Hall, are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Commb-sior.ers will meet to hear, consider and adjudicate upon all objection to the confirmation of said final assessment map and report that may he presented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk. Dated Jersey City, November 3. 1902. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is herebyy given that on the 2d day of September, 1902, application was made to the Board of Street and Water Commission ers by Geo. F. Gantz and others for the IMPROVEMENT OF ORIENT AVENUE, from Bergen avenue to Hudson Boulevard. Said improvement to be made conformably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895, and in the following manner inoluding ail intersections:— To have the street for the full width thereof graded to the established grade by excavating or filling the same to the established grade. To have new 20-lnch curb set on each side thereof. To have the present curb reset and new 20 inch curt) set where necessary. To have new bluestone flagging, 4 feet wide, laid on each sidewalk. To have the present flagging relaid and new flagging laid where necessary. To have the carriageway 30 feet in width paved with asphalt pavement. And all other work done that may be naces sary to provide for the flow of th« surface water and to complete the Improvement in a good and substantial manner. And notice is also given that on the 28th day of October, 1902. the Commissioners of As sessment filed In the office of the Cl^rk of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners their preliminary map for said improvement, show ing the probable total cost of the contemplate improvement and the probable amount to be assessed on property speela ly benffl ed thereby, and the same Is now open to public inspec tion In the office of the Clerk of said Board. And notice is also given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections there of are included in said assessment, namely:— ORIENT AVENUE, from Hudson Boulevard to Bergen avenue. HUDSON BOULEVARD, on the east side from Orient avenue to po nts about 23.48 feet north and 99.33 feet south thereof. And that in accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited the 11th day of November. 1902, at 2 o’clock P. M.. and the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed as the time and place when and where the Board kof Street and Water Commissioners will meet to hear all parties Interested in said applica tion and all remonstrances against the said proposed improvement that may be presented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON. Clork. Dated Jersey City. November 3. 1902. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Pursuant to the provisions of an act of the Legislature of the State of New Jersey, en titled “An Act to authorize persons to cha eg their name,” approved February 24th. 15 6, and supplement thereto, notice is hereby given that 1 shall apply to the Circuit Court o' the County of Hudson, at the Court House in Jer sey City, on Friday, the % thirty-first day of October next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as I can be heard, for \r\ order to authorize me to assume another name, to wit, the name of Theodore Emil Polleske. EMIL THEODORE MUNTHER, Dated October 1st, 1902. No. 146 Sip avenue, Jersey City, N. J. FINANCIAL The New Jersey _ .1 *3 MONTGOMERY STREET, JERSEY CITY, N. J. Offers to the public the privileges of its Safe Defqsit Vault At pi ices that are within the reach of all. The Vault is protected against burglary, fire, etc., by every known device. A box may be rented for one year for $5. Vault open daily, 9 to 5 P. M. Satur day, 9 A. M. to 12 M. Public inspection invited. PROPOSALS ' FOR FURNISHING BOOKS. STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF JERSEY CITY. N. J. Sealed proposals are hereby invited fnr FURNISHING BOOKS, STATIONERY AND SUPPLIES TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Or JERSEY CITY, N. J.. for the fiscal ear beginning December 1, 1902, and ending November 30, 1903. The contractors will be required to deliver goods free of cost of transportation to the various schools at such times and in such quantities as the Committee on Books. Sta tionery, &c., or the Board of Education may direct, and at the prices named in their bids. The Board of Education reserves the right to accept or reject any bids in whole or in part. The Board of Education will hold bidders to-that portion of their bids which may be ac cepted. Proposals must have the names of two free holders. residents of the State of New Jersey, who will become sureties for the performance of the contract. Bids for stationery and supplies must be in accordance with the official specifications, copies of which may be obtained of the Secre tary of the Board of Education. Official samples of the stationery for which bids are invited are on file in the office of the Secretary of the Board of Education, for the inspection of bidders. Samples of books, stationery and supplies must be left in the office of the Secretary of the Board of Education, City Hall, for the in spection of the Committee. Proposals sealed and directed to the Commit tee on Books, Stationery and Supplies must be presented at the meeting of the Bonrd of Edu cation to be held Thursday, November 13. 1902 at 9 P. M. By order of the Board of Education. JOHN H. COYLE. JOHN F. MORAN. L. H. LYONS, Committee. JAMES J. WISEMAN. onuoiuee. Secretary. ^ PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING COAL TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF JERSEY CITY. N. J. Sealed proposals are hereby invited for the furnishing, delivering and placing in the proper receptacles one hundred (100) tons, more or less, of the best quality of Lehigh, Glenwood, •/anton’ ^°ns°li<bited, Susquehanna, Green ridge, Wilkesbarre, or any other equally as good coal, In Egg, Stove, Nut and Pea sizes, to the Public Schools of Jersey City, N. J., for two months, December, 1902, and January, 1903. Said coal must be furnished at 2240 lbs. to the ton well screened, and to be delivered in such quantities as the Committee on Fuel or the Board may direct. The bidder will state the company and mine breaker from which he will supply coal. Proposals must be presented at the next regu lar meeting of the Board. Thursday, November 13, 1902, at 9 o’clock P. M. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Proposals must bear the names of two free holders, residents of the State of New Jer-ey. who will become sureties for the performance of the contract or contracts. - Specifications are on file In the office oL the Secretary of the Board. City Hall, and mdy be obtained upon application. By order of the Board of Education. ROBERT THOMSON, JOHN H. OOYLE. HENRY C. CLUTE. Committee. JAMES J. WISEMAN. Secretary. PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING JANITORS’ SUPPLIES TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF JERSEY’ CITY, N. J. Sealed proposals are hereby invited for FURNISHING JANITORS’ SUPPLIES TO THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF JERSEY CITY, N. J., for the fiscal year beginning December 1st. 1902, and ending November 30, 1903. The contractor will be required to deliver to the schools the supplies free of cost of trans portation and in such quantities as the Com mittee on Janitors or the Board may direct Proposals, directed to the Committee on Jani tors, must be presented at the meeting of the Board, to be held Thursday, November 13 190> at 9 o'clock P. M. “* Samples of goods must be presented at the Secretary’s office, City Hall, for the inspection of the committee. The committee reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids in whole or in part. Proposals must have the names of two free holders, residents of New Jersey, who will be come sureties for the performance of the con tract. A list of the supplies to be bid for can be had on application at Secretary’s office. By order of the Board of Education. HENRY C. CLUTE. L. P. LYONS. HERBERT R. STRATFORD. Committee. JAMES J. WISEMAN. Secretary._ PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING PRINTING AND BLANKS TO THE BOARD OF EDU CATION OF JERSEY CITY. N. J. Sealed proposals are hereby invited for FURNISHING PRINTING AND BLANKS TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF JERSEY CITY, N. J., for the fiscal year beginning December 1st, 1902, and ending November 30, 1903. The contractors will be required to deliver good9 free of cost of transportation to the Board of Education, City Hall, at such times and In such quantities as the Committee on Printing, etc., or the Board may direct, at the prices named in their bids. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any bids. Proposals must have the names of two free holders, residents of the State of New Jersey, who will become sureties for the performance of tho contract. Samples of blanks, etc., and a list of -print ing to be bid for can be had on application at the office of the Superintendent, Board of Edu cation, City Hall. Proposals, sealed and directed to the Com mittee on Printing and Blanks, must be pre sented at the meeting of the Board, to be held November 13, 1902, at 9 o’clock P. M. JULIUS BERGER. E. W. GILMORE. L. P. LYONS, Committee. JAMES J. WISEMAN. Secre t a rv. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 23d day of October, 1902, the Commissioners of Assess- j m**nt filed in the office of the Clerk of the i Board of Street and Water Commissioners their final assessment map and report for the IMPROVEMENT OF SKILLMAN AVENUE, between St.. Paul’s avenue and Van Wink e avenue, in accordance with petition previously presented tc said Board on the 22.1 day of April, 1902, and conformably to the provisi ni of Chapter Jfl7 of the Laws of 1S95. and the same la now open .to public inspection in tne office of the Clerk of'said Board. And notice is also given that the following streets or avenues or particular sections there ol* are included in said assessment, namely— SKILLMAN AVENUE, from Van Winkle avenue to St. Paul’s avenue ST. PAUL’S AVENUE. On the south side from Skillman avenue t> points about 15.5 feet west and 25.1 feet east thereof. And that In accordance with the provisions of the Act above cited the 11th day of Nove m ber, 1902, at 2 o’clock P. M.. and the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall are hereby fixed a* the time and place when and where the B arc! of Street and Water Commissioners will me t to hear, consider and adjudicate upon all ob jections to the confirmation of sail final as sessment map and report that may be pre sented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. GEO. T. BOUTON, Clerk } Dated Jersey City, November 3, 1902. j CREDITORS OP JOHN J.~" QUINNS DS ceased. are. by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated Octdber 2S, 1902. uj>on application of the subscriber, notified to bring In their debts, demands and claims against hia estata within nine (nonths from above dare CLARA M. QUINN. Executrix, i SURROGATE'S NOTICES CREDITORS OF WILLIAM KERR, DE ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated August 23th, 19.-2 ud n fnPPth»fti0tnh°f nhe auhscriber notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against his estate within nine months from above date __ JESSENA KERR, Executrix. CREDITORS OF FRANK J. MATHEWS DE ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated September 6, 1902 upon f„PPfIKC?ti°,nu°f ‘,he enbseriber. notified to bring in their i.ebts, demands and claims again-'t hia estate within nine months from above date. __ROBERT S. ROSS, Executor. CREDITORS OF ISABELLA REID De ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated September 3. 19C*2 upon application of the subscriber, notified to’ bring In their debts, demands and claims againn her estate within nine months from above date _WILLIAM A. GREGORY, Execute v CREDITORS OF HENRIETTA THOMAS D» ceased, are. by otder of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated September 2."., 190’ upon application of the subscriber, notified to br n* in their debts, demands and claims against her estate within nine months from above date. CREDITORS OF MARGARET hTrRINGTOV formerly Garrett, deceased, are, by order ef the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated Sep tember 20, 1902, upon application of the sub scriber. notified to bring in their debts, de mands and claims against her estate within nine months from above date. MARGARET McGRATH, Executrix. CREDITORS OF ALICE BROWN, DB ceased. are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated September IS. 1902, upon application of the subscriber, notified to b Irg in their debts, demands and claims against her estate within nine months from above dace. MARGARET DAVIDSON, Administratrix. CREDITORS OF JOHN G. HEPP ding, deceased, are, by order of the Sur rogate of Hudson County, dated October 8, 1902, upon application of the sub scribers. notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against It estate within nine mouths from above date ELIZA HEPPDING, ) JOHN HEPPDING. (Executors. HENRY ACKERMAXN.l CREDITORS OF CONRAD FRICK. deceased, are, by order of the Surro gate of Hudson County, dated October 2, 1902, upon application of the sub scriber. notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against his estate, within nine months from above date. AUGUST J. FRICK. Administrator with will annexed. i CREDITORS OF MARIaT VIRGINIA 1 Craige. deceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated Oc tober 1, 1902, upon application of the subscriber, notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against her estate within nine months from above date. ANNE HILL CRAIGE. Executrix. CREDITORS OF CHRISTOPHER P. Smith, deceased, are, by order of th« Surrogate of Hudson County, dated Oc tober tS, 1902, upon application of the subscriber, notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against hie estate within nine months from above date. FRANK McNALLY Administrator. ^CREDITORS OF THOMAS ROWAN. deceased, are, by order of the Surro. gate of Hudson County, dated October 1 1902. upon application of the subscribes! notified to bring in their debts, demand* and claims against.his estate within nine months from above date. EUGENE \\ . LEAKE, Administrator. Present claims to administrator. 239 Washington street, Jersey City, N. J. CREDITORS OF MARIA C. BURNS. DeI ceased, are. by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated October 13, 1902. upoi* application of the subscriber, notified to brings in their debts, demands and claims against hers estate within nine months from above date JAMES F. BURNS. Erecutor! CREDITORS OF CHARLES B. COOPER. De ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated October 16. 1902, upon application of the subscriber, notified to brin* in their debts, demands and claims against hi* estate within nine months from above date. EUGENIA B. COOPER, Executrix. THE FINAL ACCOUNT OF THE SUB scriber, administratrix of Mary Emma Ivina, deceased, will be settled by the Hudson County Orphans’ Court on November 28. 1*102. HENRIETTA W. ALLISON. THE FINAL ACCOUNT OF THE SUB scriber, executrix of Frederieka Durkes. de ceased, will be settled by the Hudson County Orphans’ Court on November 2S, 1902. FRANCES DURKES. THE SECOND INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNT of the subscriber, executor of John R. Halia day. deceased, will be sett.od by the Hu’son County Orphans’ Court on Deoemb r 12, 1.02, STEPHEN MORGAN. THE FINAL ACCOUNT OF THE SL'B scriber, administrator of John P. Kuntx, de ceased. will be settled by tr.e Hudson Co n..> Orphans’ Court on December 12, 19*2. GEORGE R. BEACH. THE ACCOUNT OF THE SUBSCRIBER, AD ministrator of Lebbeus B. Ward, de.ea.ed, will be settled by the Hudson County Orphans' Court on Decern Per 12, 1902. GORDON K. DICKINSON. CREDITORS OF ROBERT T. MEANS, De ceased, are, by order of the Su.r,gate of Hudson County, dated October 27. 1 02, up* 1 application of the subscriber, notified to brinj in their debts, demands and claims agalns. hli estate within nine months from abo\e NELLIE A. MEANS, Adminia ra.or. 1' ■-==—-*—*__JL-g HUDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. In the matter of tne application of Emil Theodore Munther to change his name to Tt.eo dore Emil Palleske. Order. Emil Theodore Munther having on the thirty flnst day of October instant applied to th a court by petition setting forth tne grounds ol the application and verified by the affidavit of said applicant annexed thereto, for an ordei to authorize the said petitioner to assume an other name, to wit, that of Theodore Emil Palleske. And it appearing to the court by said petitioe and affidavit that said Emil TheoJcre Munthei resides in Jersey City, in the County of Hud son and State of New Jersey, and that he It more than twenty-one years of Age. And it further appearing to the Court that notice of said application has been published at least once in each week for four week* successively next preceding the time of th« said application in the Jersey Citv News, a newspaper of said County, and the Court bdni satisfied by said petition so verified that then are reasonable grounds for the proposed chan?* and there is no reasonable objection that tfc« petitioner should assume another name. It is on this thirty-first day of October, nino teen hundred and two, on motion of James A Gordon, attorney for petitioner, ordered thai Emil Theodore Munther be and he is herebi authorized to assume the name of Theodori Emit Palleske, from and after the first da} of December next, and that within ten davi from this date, -the said petitioner do cause * copy of this order to be published In the Jer sey City News, a public newspaper, printed li said County pf Hudson, according to the pro visions of the statute in such case made an* provided. H. M. NEVIU3. J.