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Jersey (frity PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. THE OITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Office. No. 251 Washington Street. THE NEW® BUILDING. Telephone Call, Jersey City, 271. NEW YORK OFFICE—Ne. 23 Park Row (Room 42). HOBOKEN AGENCY—J. Lichtenstein, No. Oi Second Street. NEWARK AGENCY—F. N. Sommer, No. 795 Broad Street. 'Rte only Democratic Daily Paper pub lished in Jersey City. Single copies, one eent: subscription, three dollars per fear, postage paid. Entered in the Post Office at Jersey City ns second class matter. Ail business communications should be addressed to The Jersey City News; all letters for publication to the Managing Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 13. 1003. Oar Disastrous Post Office. It is not at all unlikely that the re ceipts of the Jersey City post office have fallen off on account of the totally inade quate accommodation which the present building affords. Business men find that their mail is liable to delay here, so they send it to New Ytrk. This is not in any way the fault of Postmaster \\T#user or his staff. They do the best they can under conditions which verge upon the impossible. Tasting the Menroe Doctrine. A Chicago correspondent says (Jer tnany took part in the Venezuelan bull dozing for the purpose of testing the • Menroe Doctrine. If so. the result must ■ afford the Kaiser very cold comfort. It is true he carried some points because tbe United States was hardly iu a posi tion to take a defiant tone. Buf this was a mere matter of detail. The lesson of the incident to Europe is that the Monroe Doctrine will be enforced'in all substantial aspects, and the United States will see that it is. A Meeker Act Legacy. The suit against Jersey City for $125, 009 brought by the election officers of 1901 and 1902 is a product of the Meeker ■5^Act. which was not only, vicious in prin ciple but idiotic in detail, Odell's Asinine Opposition. The opposition which Gorernor Odell of New York threatens to make to the proposed Passaic Trunk Line sewer is simply humorous. Bis fear is that the sewer will pollute the Bay, That cer tainly would be awful, but we do not see how it would cause any more pollution than is caused at present by the Passaic Hirer, which drains the same territory and carries down to the Bay just the Same soil that the sewer would. Anyway,41 is grotesque to see anyone getting alarmed orer the Passaic sewer age When the refuse carried by the Hud son and the East Hirer are swept into the pay. Alt* OdelMo playing to the galleries. Zkm'i the All. . Hr. Record claims that tie Board of (fii lance Sinkin-g Fond juggle wj« good t> law. Maybe It was_,ja»aybe not. Rot can ha prove that it has increased Rio value of ffersey City bonds? JK AMUSEMENTS. Bolatco Theatre. David Belusee's play and star passed the century mark last Monday evening, aad the Baiasco TNieatre, in ''New York, ,Waa as usual packed from pit to dome. For ooe hundred nights Blanche Bates and “The Darling of the Gads” have been entrancing Gotham’s theatregoers, and not once has the public been remind ed by such adventitious aids as advertis ing the ‘fiftieth performance” or the “seventy-fifth performance”,or even the “hundredth performance,” that the Belas eoaa triumph has already scored the rec ord run ef the year. When souvenirs are promised in recognition of these festal occasions, it is a fairly good sign that business needs nursing. But "The Bar ling of the GodsT’ needed none of this. It has gone on to the literal capacity Of the Belasco Theatre since December third, and, jn its fourth month was performed Monday evening for the hundredth time in New York city. The compnay made a special occasion of the event. Mr. Beiasco was called to the stage after the performance, and Mr. Ihs Non-Irritating Cathartic Efesy to t*k«, e«y W Hood’s Fills tests Sate Witt Kara Shampoos of Cstlesra Soso And light dressings 0i CutjcuRa Ointment, putest of emollients toe greatest of skin cures. Tfvis UrntintBt at once stops failing' hair, removes eras:.*, scales, and dandruff, destroys amnia! parasites which feed on ihe hair soothes irutated. itching surfaces, stimulates the hair foike e:<. loosens •tie scalp skin, supplies 'he roots with crergy and nourishment and maker Ue, Srow upon a iwcet. fcwby sca'p. wiict. ail else fails. Arliss. in behalf of the company, present ed him with two large vases of Satsuina. Miss Bates was the*recipient of a long Japanese cloak, quaint, Tieh and ex quisitely embroidered. With it was re ceived tbe following:— " To Miss Blanche Bates. "The Darling of the Gods,” Belasco Theatre. ■ "Most Gracous Princess: "Honorably pardon tbe presumption of one who is miserably unknown to you. Deign considerately to wear this token of Old Japan, where the writer loved a M(iko who, like Yo-San, danced in the temple before the Gods, So like is Yo-San to Xiji-San, my Miko, that I have not thoughtfully failed to ro look upon her, lo! these hundred nights Accept humbly my thanks, and, for the sake of remembrance, let the fair s-honlders of Yo-San nngustly wear the mantle of Morimoto and Niji-San." , It is known that Mis* Bates has. in fact, a Japanese admirer who has not missed a performance of “The Darling of the Gods” since the opeuing -night, and who always occupies the same seat in the orchestra. Whether or not he was the author of this eery complimentary epistle, or whether it is a graceful compli ment of the company, it probably will never be known. The important things are that the garment was very beautiful, very Japanesque and- apparently very costly, and that Miss Bates prizes it above all other possessions. Mrs. Iitilia Carter’s Plans. ' Mrs. Leslie Carter, who is now playing to crowded receipts that have broken all records at the Broad street Theatre, in Philadelphia, has recently changed her plans for the future. Up to a week ago, a London engagement of “Du Barry” next summer was considered by Mr. Be lasco. He has now definitely given up that idea, and will extend her present American tour until the middle of June. Mrs. Carter was to hare closed her sea son May 16 at the Illinois Theatre. Chi cago. Bnt now Milwaukee. St. Paul and Minneapolis have been added to her list, making three weeks more than she orig inally intended to play. So, too, has her itinerary for next season undergone im portant modifications. It was intended that after a few weeks next Fall of “The Darling of the Gods” at the Belasco The atre, Mrs. Carter should return ‘home” as Lady Macbeth, and follow that with a new play which Bavid Belasco is writ ing for her. But the tremendous success that she has aet with in “Bu Barry” out of town has changed all that. Both Mrs. Carter and Mr. Belasco have felt that it would be throwing away a for tune not to continue to play in portions of the country where it has not yet been seen. She will have covered only Phila delphia. Chicago. Boston. Brooklyn and New York this season. The rest of the that means enormous profit. Mr. Belas co, however, says that Mrs. Carter may play a few weeks in New York before finally giving up “Du Barry.” Herald Square Theatre. Grace George, always ambitious for uew honors, is contemplating the pres entation of one or two plays ether than “Pretty Peggy” at her matinees while she is at the Herald Square. One of these plays will be “Prou Prou.” in which she appeared last June at the Gar rick, and which is especially adapted to afternoon audiences, a ad the other proba bly will be Ghorge Bernard’s comedy, “You Never Can Tell.” Robert Lorraine will be leading man in all three produc tions. ERIE’S SUMMER RESSRTS. The Erie Railroad Company announces ok tensive improvements at Greenwood Lake. The Casino at the Glens is beiug thorough overhauled and the kitchen and dining hall will be enlarged. Many new and attractive features are being added1. Much the same thing is also going ou at Warwick Woodlands. The Greenwood Lake Division of the Erie is undergoing extensive improve ments, including the completion of the double track, the addition of more power ful locemeliT**, tw.. i,1.. SCHOOLMANS in Board of Education Approv es the Work of Super vising Architect - Rowland. STRUCTURES DESCRIBED Teachers Appointed and Transferred-Applications Received. It ^ The Board of Education last night ap proved of and adopted the plans and spe cifications submitted by Supervising Ar chitect Rowland for eleven temporary schools aud directed the clerk of the Board to advertise for bids, which will be received on Thursday, April 9. Some of the schools will be of a portable char acter—that is, they are manufactured in sections, so that they can be put together or taken apart. There are to be two class rooms in each and each school will accommodate from 100 to 108. They will be sort of annexes to Xos 8, 9, 10. 12. 14. 15, 17, 18, 24. 26 and 27 Schools. A resolution^ was adopted requesting the transfer of $400 from the general amount to the $2,800 appropriated by the Board of Finance for the improvement of No.- 21 School and establishment of a new playground for that school. The Board will meet on March 19 at 5 P. M.. to award contract therefor. The committee appointed to inquire into the feasibility of a change in the present school telephone system merely reported progress. President Ward named as the build ing committee on new High School Di rectors Coyle. Lyons, ltamsay and C'lute. In accordance with/a motion made by Mr.- Coyle, .the City Engineer, who has made a survey of the Harrison site, is to be asked for a copy of the survey. Seven new teachers were appointed from the eligible li*t and assigned as follows:—Annie l-'olger, to No. 22 School; Kleairorc J. Murray, to No. 2f>; Louise Dickson, to No. 7; Margaret Pearson, to No. 20; Violet Maes, to No. ,7: May Sheehan, to No/27; Isabel Barry, to No. YOU GAN INTEREST HIM. ’ Any Man Over Fifty. You can interest any man over fifty years of age in anything that will jnake him feel better, because while he may not as yet hare any positive organic disease he no longer feels the buoyancy and vigor of twenty-five nor the freedom from aches and paius he enpoyed in' earlier years, and he very naturally examines with interest any proposition looking to the improvement and preservation of his health. He will notice among other things that the stomach of fifty is a very different one from the stomach he possessed at twenty-five. That greatest care must be exercised as to what is eaten and how much of it, and even with the best of care, there will be increasing digestive weakness wifti advancing years. A proposition to perfect or improve the digestion and assimulation of food is one which interests not only every man of fifty but every man, woman and child of any age, because the whole secret of good health, good blood, strong nerves, is to have a stomach which will promptly and thoroughly digest wholesome food be cause blood, nerves, brain tissue and every other constituent of the body is en tirely the produce of digestion, and no medicine or “health” food can possibly create pure blood or restore shaky nerves, when a weak stomach is replenishing the daily wear and tear of the body from a mass of fermeuting half digested food. No, the stomach itself wants help and in no round about way either; it wants direct, unmistakable assistance, such as is given by one or two Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets after each meal. These tablets cure stomach trouble be cause their use give the stomach a cliauce to rest and recuperate; one of Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets contains digestive ele ments suBeieut to digest 3,000 grains of ordiuary food such as bread, meat, eggs, etc. ' ‘ The plan of dieting is simply another name for starvation, and the use of pre pared foods and new fangled breakfast foods simpjjy make matters worse as any dyspeptic who lias tried them knows. A* Dr. Bennett nays. the only reason I can imagine why Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets are not universally used by everybody who is troubled in any way with poor digestion is because many peo ple seem to think that because a medicine is advertised or is sold in drug stores or is protected by a trade mark must be a bunding whereas as a matter of truth any druggist Who is observant knows wet Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets have soured • more people of indigestion, heart Irtii-u, heart trouble, nervous prostration t un down condition generally than “You can cook it in several wa^s.*’ A one-cent breakfast for five— and H-0 at that. Fried mush with syrup or honey on a cold morning would be a good deal better dish than it is if the mush were H-O. Cold porridge, sliced and fried, is all that is necessary. The means are so simple that the results are surprising. scrip tioas for stomach trouble combined. 25. The appointments are to take effect March 1C. These transfers were ordered, to take effect March 16:—Muble Fewkes. from No. 22 te No. 12 School: Anna McMullen, from No. 8 to No. 24; Nellie Quiulap, from No. 16 to No. 10. On account of illness. Mrs. Anna E. Armstrong was granted leave of absence for one mouth with loss of substitute’s pay. The March payroll (when due) was passed. John Armstrong. Jr., of No. 175 Dun can avenue, applied for position as draw ing instructor in the free evening schools, to succeed Mr. Duteher, who hag xre moved to his home in Nazareth. Mr. Armstrong is at present employed as me-' chuniea) draughtsman gud structural de signer in the windmill factory of A. J. Corcoran. He is a registered architect and for nine years he was a student at Cooper Union and a graduate of the ar chitectural classes of that institution. SCHOOLS INJEBilRARY. Superintendent Snyder Gives Statistics to the Board oj Education. Superintendent of Schools Henry Sny der at fast night’s meeting,of the Board of Education, submitted the following statistical report for the month of Feb ruary:— , Time lost' by absence of teachers, 2,751 hours, decrease of 527 in Compari son with number of hours lost during corresponding period last year. Number of children refused admission 21. increase of 7. Number of seatjs in primary depart- ■ ment. *17.574, increase of 027; in gram mar department! 8.448, increase of 301; in all departments, 20.022, increase of 1,318. Number oil register list last day of month in primary department, 10.731, in crease of 790; in grammar department, 8,344, increase of 001: in all departments, 25,075, increase of 1,451. Average register in primary depart ment, 10,210, increase of 474; in gram mar department, 8,280, increase of 583; iu ail deportments, 24.490, increase of 1,057. Average attendance in primary depart ment, 14,802, increase of 488; in gram mar department. 7.838. increase of 021; in all departments, 22,700. increase' of 1,109. Number of teachers In primary depart ment 390, increase of 15: iu grammar department, 223. increase of 3; iu all de partments, 010. The Superteudeut also submitted the the six evening sc'hoois for the whole term, beginning October 0. 1902, and end ing February 13, 10Q8:— Total enrollment of males, 2,355. in crease of 111 over that of preceding term; females, 1332. increase of 58; both 2.987. Increase 1GP. Average register of irfales, 7(34, in crease of 20; females, 283. decrease of 0; both 1.047, increase of 14. Average attendance of males (323, in crease of 22;-females 240, increase of 1; both 8(33, increase of 23. " Percentage • of attendance of males, 81.5, increase of .7; females 84.8, Increase of 2iT: both 82.4, increase of 1.1, The evening schools were in- session (30 bonrs, same number as preceding term. A.- _ AWismNro3 Taken Sown and Stored for the Winter. Canopies for Weddings and Re ceptions. Crash and Camp Chairs for Hire. Waterproof Wagon Covers and Tarpaulins. WEAVER'S OLD QUARTERS 28 28 Sc 30 Qregory Street. uses waterier yvuaivu. ALSO DIAMONDS, old gold, jewelry, etc. Cash paid t>r we will take them in exchange for new goods. WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED in our factory on the premises. Hours fl a. m. to 6 p. CHARLES A. KEENE, ISO Broad way. N. Y. City. .PUBLIC SALE At the Fifth Precinct Station House, Ocean and Cator avenues, at three o’clock P. M., Fri day. March 13th, 1903. For cash to the highest bidder, by resolution of the Board of Po ice Commissioners, adopted February 25th, 19.3 and approved by His Honor the Mayor, March 2nfl. 19(13. Two sorrel horses, one bay and one black horse. G. P. ROBINSON, Clerk of Board of Police Commissioner's. MJEA'JMJVGS Jersey Gity/N.J., February 25,1903. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the North Jersey Street Hallway Co. will be held at the Company's office, No. 29 Exchange place, Jersey City, 'on .Monday, -March 23d, 1003, at 12 o’clock noon, tor the. election of Directors and the transaction of such business as may come before said meeting. The stock transfer books will be closed on .Monday, March 2d. 1903, nt,3 P. M., and re-open on Tuesday, March 24th, 1903. at 10 A. M. By order of the Board of Directors. I WILBUR S. JOHNSON, Secretary. | Jersev City, N.J., February 23.1003. NOTICE IS flEREBT GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Consolidated .Traction. Company will be held at the Company's office, No! 20 Exchange place. Jersey City, on Monday, March 23d, 1903, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the elect on of Di rectors and the transaction o£ such busi ness as may come before said meeting,! The stork transfer books will be closed on Monday, March 2d. 1003, at-3 i\ M., and re-open on Tuesday, March 24th, 1903, at 10 A. M. By order of the Board of Directors. THOMAS J. GEOKGE. •• -> Secretary. Secretary. NOTICE IS : HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE j annual" hiefcttngr of the siotkhok.ers of the ; Empire Palm Oil Co. will be hakl at t e Com- i pany’s office, No. 76 Montgomery stre.t, J.er- j sey City, on Mcnday, March 14th, 1 03, at 10 | o’clock in trfe forenoon, for the election of Di- j rectors and the transaction of such business as ] may come before said meeting. By order of the Board of D rec ors. FRANK B. WAS! IB CRN, HUDSON COUNTY ORPHANS’ COURT. In the matter of the saie of the .an n of Gustav YV. Schoelp, deceased, for the payrn nt of his debts. W brine Smyth, Proctor. By virtue of an Order entered in the ftb ve state-1 matter I shall sell at pub.ic vendui uwn the premises hereinafter describe , o\ FRIDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF APRIL, A. D. 1903, at twp o’clock in the afternoon, all the follow ing described land and premises wi.h the ap purtenances, being the same described in said order, that is to say:— All that certain tract or parcel of land aid premises, hereinafter particular.*- descr.be 1, situate, lying and being In the To^nsnip of North Bergen, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which on a map of West New York entitled:—“Map of the property be longing to H. F. Maaekens & Co., sivua.ei near Dally town, surveyed and laid out mto lots bv vV. Hexamer, Surveyor,” and filed in the Clerk’s office of said County of Huds m, is described and known as lots nuxfibe ed ix hundred and seventy-one (671) and six bun r d and seventy-two (672), being each Oblique an gled parallelograms, each twenty-five (25) f ct wide in front and rear and one hundred (100) feet deep on each side, fronting on the west erly side of the Dallytowq. Road (now Hud-on Boulevard: and excepting arid reserving from the above described tract so much theueof a* ANDREW DEUBLE1N, was taken therefroA for the widening of said Boulevard). Dated February 26, 1903. _ _ TO PRESTON LEAR AND MRS. PREaTON Lear, his wife. You art hereby notified that at a pub le sa.e made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on the twenty-second. day of July, lifl)2, 1 pur chased for the sum of twenty-six dollars and thirtv-eight centSi ALL the land and real estate situate In Jersey City, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, fronting 01 flaremont avenue, which is laid down and designated as lot 35, In bldek number 1,730, aB shown upon L. D. Fowler's Official As sessment Map of Jersey City, N. J., *1894, said sale being made pursuant to the pro visions of an act1 of the Legislature of New Jersey passed March 30th, *1886, entitled:—"An Yet concerning the settlement and collection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assessments and water rates or water rents lit cities cl this State, and imposing and levying a tax, assessment and lien In lieu and Instead of such arrearages and to enforce the payment there of ana to’ provide for the sale of lands sub Ucted to future taxation and assessment." And the several supplements thereto. Ynd you are further notified that you ap pear to have an estate or Interest In said land and real estate, and unless the said land and real estate shall be redeemed, as provided In said acts, within one year from the date of sale and before the expiration of six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for the same will be given conveying to the purchaser the fee simple of said land and real estate ac cording to the provisions of the said acts. Dated Jersey City, N. J„ January 12. 1*33. EDWARD P. KELSET, Purchaser. \ (Sale No. 11.MS.l IN CHANVEUtf OV NEW JE1U3E1". . Between UuiUm Ueitle. commissioner of Banking and Insurance of the State of New Jersey,, complainant, and Commercial Mutual rnsur*«w«; ■ cmiupany of America, ueren dant. uu bill, Ac. Notice to limit creditors. Hy virtue of an order made by the Honor ' able William J. Magie, tbs Chanculioi if the Lfttace of New Jersey, in the above ontltl«d cause, I do hereby give notice that th« credi tors of the said Commercial Mutual Life In surance Company , of America, are hereby re quired to present trtid prove before me, under oath or affirmation of otherwise, their several claims anu demands against the said corpora non within three mouths from the date of said order, via., December 5t)j, I*u2. or they will be excluded from ihe benefits of such uivKlend* as-may hereafter be. made and de flated by said Court upon the proceeds of the effects of said corporation. M QARntS!0jr la ttrrtt. jtrwy cttiTsTj, Tour Family’s Chances. of being without a possible means of future support are increased when you fail to hold a policy of Life Insur ance in Fome G£&oe, Nnwarfe, N. J. JOHN F. tHYOKfi. r r»—» Presi lent. LESLIE D. WARD, ^ Vice-President. EDGAR R WARD, 2d V.-President and Counsel. FORREST F. DRV DEN, ■ Jd .Vice-President, EDWARD QUA/. secretary. . F. R. REILLY. Sunt. Tel. No. 2 32, J. C....X0. Ill Hwlson St.. Jersey City. N. .1. H. R. CltOOIvSTON 8jj>:. Tel No. 3073, J. C...XO. 512 Newark Aye., Ji C.. N. J. E. G. JACKSON, Supt.. Tel. No. 113 1 Union.. .S. W. core. Hudfcn anil Newark Str., Hoboken, N. J. W. A. ALEXANDER Supt.. Tel. No. 3 A. Bayonne. .752, 744 Avenue D, Bay,mn-. N. J. D. RE1NHARTZ, Supt., Tel. No. 154 I Union..410 Spring 3t., West Hoboken, N.J. ED VC A TI ON A L EDUCATIONAL THERE ARE CHEAPER SCHOOLS^ BUT NONE BETTER THAN THE DRAKE BUSINESS COLLEGES THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Our Advantages Twenty years’ experience with the business men of the Fast. Five Thousand Six Hundred students in positions and in business who not only assist us in getting positions, but they also assist d» in getting new students. Five employment bureaus—three in Xbw Jersey and two in New York City. i. The most up-to-date buildings and the best equipped schools In either the United States or Canada. One fourth of a hundred experienced and snecessfu! teachers who are willing to assist and able to make the hard places eas^. A cordial invitation is extended to visit our schools. Wo would be pleased to send catalogues to any address at our expense. A. J. GLEASON, President. f Executive office of Drake Business Colleges in Bank of .the olis Building, New York City. - "''r' ’ ' * *** JL-*' >•* STOW 5s Is A IP MY TAUGHT BY THE PITKAN10 SYSTEM l THOBODGH KiOlLEDGE IN A SHORT course: TERMS REASONABLE BEGIN AM TIMS PITMAN1G INSTITUTE ys magnolia avenue. JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS CATERERS Bassett the Caterer french ice creams —ASt>— NESSELFODE PUDDING Ip Catering for »H Occasion* "P ESTDIAiES FURNISHED China Sily»r*M« CSL Chairs Loaned WAYNE and GROVE STS. Tel. 524 B. ' Taylor’s School Dresscutting Branch from New York City, will open at 140 Newark avenuf. Jersey Uty. Great reduction this week to all. Investi gate the Taylor’s -system. A pert-ct-nt ting alewe pattern free. Apprentices wanted. Trial lessons free, day or evon lng. Taylor's. 140 Newark ivenue. DR. T. T. WILKERSON’S. DENTAL PARLORS. Finest WorlDuinhiii, Best Materials, Moderate Prion Montgomery and Warren Sts Office hours, 8 M. to 7 P. M. Sunday, 9 to 12 noon. Tel. 345. FOR SALE SOLA WATER pats large Phoeits Nev aaU second hand fountains; laree line; low prices; easy payment*; full instrustlose to ssr^a..c^iotuc B<n14 Gr**° * CREDITORS OF ALEIN HERB ERICK, DE ceaaed, are, by order of the Surrogate oi Hudson Couqty, dated January 2, 1903, upon application of the subscriber, notified to bring m their debts, demands and claims against his estate within nine months from above date. J. FRANK FINN. JR.. Executor. CREDITORS OF JAMHS S. BAILEY, DE ceased, are. by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated January 13, ISO?, upon application of the subscriber, notified u> bring in tnei’r' debts, demands and claims against his estate within nine months from above date. GERTRUDE M. BAILEY. Administratrix. CREDITORS OF JULIA NATHAN. DE ceared, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated January 3t>, 1903, upon application of the subscriber, notified to br.ng in their debts, demands and c aims ag*.nst her estate within nine months from above date. DAVID OPPENHEIMCR. Executor. THE ACCOUNT OF THE SUBSCRIBER. guardian of Angus T. Kennedy, Henry C. Kennedy'and Donald F. Kennedy, mirrors, will be settled by the Hudson County Orphans' Court un April 3. 13U3, HENRY THOMAS CREDITORS OF JOSEPHINE SULGER. De ceased, are by 40rder of the Surrogate of Hud son .County, dated February 16. 1903, upon ap plication of the subscriber notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against her estate within nine; months from above date. CAROLINA BRAMsjEN, Administratrix CREDITORS OF ROBERT A. SIMPSON. De ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated February 21, 1,*08, up. n application of the subscriber notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims agai st his estate within nine months from ab ve date. ANNIE E. SIMPSON. Executrix. Present claims to Hurtsnome, Insley & Leake, 239 Washington street, Jersey City, N. J. CREDITORS OF HENRY N. BOCK, DE oeased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated February 3u, 1903, upon application of the subscriber notified to b:.ng in their debts, demands and claims against his estate within nine months from abow date. MARY A. BOCK, HENRY ROLiiFS, Administrator* CREDITORS OF JOHN YOUNG, DECEASED, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated February 27> 1903, upon app.ica tion of the subscriber notified to bring in their debts, demands \aml claims against his estate within nine months from above date. JOHN D. BARR. ALEXANDER M. SHAKES, ■- _. _Executors. CREDITORS OF MARY STOVF.KEN. DE ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated February 27, 1903, upon application of the subscriber notified to bring in their debts, demands and claims against her estate within nine months from above date. ALFRED STOVEKUN, CHARLES STOVEJvEN, j . _______ Executors. CREDITORS OF JOHN M. KELLEY, DE ,ceased, are. by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated March 4, 1903. upon ap plication of the subscriber notified to bring in their debts, demands and claim* against hia estate Within nine months from above- date, i _ _ELLEN KELLEY,. Administratrix. ^ THE FINAL ACCOUNT OF THE SUB3CR1B er, guardian of Theresa BeseiAr, minor, will i be "settled by the Hudson .County Orphans’ Court on April 17, 19*13. BRUNO BAECHT. IN CHANCER >' OF NEW JERSEY,. Between John H. MaK-lnnon, complainant, and United States Gasoline Engine Co., de fendant. On bill, &fc. Notice. Henry Puster, Receiver of the United States Gasoline Engine Go., by direction and order of the Court of Chancery of the State'of New Jersey, duly, made by said Court, h eby gives notice to the creditors of the said United ' states Gasoline Engine Ocv. to bring in and : present to the said Receiver, at his office. No. 259 Washington street, Jersey City, N. J , their debts, demands and claims against the said company. under oath, within three months from the first day of December. A. i>. li>02, the date of said order.; or they will be > excluded from the benefit o£ any divid;nd> that may be declared or ordered by the saul Court of Chancery, upon the proceeds of the effects of the said company. HENRY PUSTER, Receiver. 269 Washington street. Jersey City, New ! oiIidDw*o»k«r tot. m. LEGAL JS OTICES TO M.VIf GaKKT STAUXKTTI, Ulst er .Sutuetli, b«A liusu and; Tin.- TowJ of 11 uUsou Laud Association, Peter li. Heckman or lieekiuanu, tSmmu L. ivnay.o, Liteieu Knapp, hoi husi>4|4d;: Gustav Herbrandt, *. urol-ite Kudu-, willow; Olivia Dr-muncr. Widow; Libia KetlcrU Gottfried lie lb* t, .Margaret Rti|cr, bis wile; \Villiatu JTrohwitter. Mary 1-roh witter, hi* wile; bleary Krolt wit ter, August t robwitter, Laura A. Kruinvitttr, his wife; lierubarl 1-robwitter, .Mary K. 1-robwitter, il l wife; diaries i roh witter, Florence L. Kroiuvirter,- bts wife; Christian L. Frohwitter, Auua Frolrwiltcr, In wife; Ferdinand LL 1'roll witter, Ger trude Frol:witter, his wife; Caroline Gruber, Peter G. l»rttber.. iter bus tAUnd? Cbarie* helium If, Mary il. SehmSre, Ids Wfr;" Otto Sch.uala, Mary Schmale, his wile; Will.am Sehnutle, . Xejtie Sciuuaie, his wi,e; Frederick Bebmaie, Henrietta Maho ney, Daniel Mahoney, her husband; Wiiheinjinsi Tiitmis; jojin H. Thoms, her’ imwlnyiid-; -Deceits Mhiltolinnd, William Mulholland. her husband; Henrietta Sehiunle, widow; Henry X. Belt male, Louisa oehinale, his wife; Charles It. Sciuuaie. The Universal Rubber < 'omponyi^AUiarles S. dark* and Charles Brauer. tenant. luu him. ticjjehy notified tl at a public Male made by the City Collector of .Ter-' j sey City, ob the CtlC -day of October, j 1SSRJ, The Mayor ami Aldermen of Jer sey City purchassu for the sum of one I thousand eight hundred and ninety-two dollars and fifty-nine cents all the land and real estate situate iu Jersey City in the County of Hudson and State of Xew Jersey, fronting on Lewis avenue, which is laid down and designated as lots ISO and 181, in block number GG2. upon I an assessment map anuexed to a report number 98, made by the "Commissioners I of Adjustment” appointed iu and for said City by tljo Circuit Court of the (County of Hudson, a" certified copy of which report and map was til tab in the office of tire City Collector' of Jersey City, on the 2nd day of April. 189t>. said report and map and saW sale being mede pursuant to the provisions of an y^nt of ■ tho Legislature of X'ew Jersey, passed j March MOfh, 188*1, entitled!— v fd ‘'Au Act concerning the settlement of arrearages of unpaid tuxes, assess ments and wafer rates or water rents in cities of this State, and im posing and levying a tax. assess ment and lien in lieu and instead of such arrearages, and to enforce the ' payment thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future taxation and assessment.” And the several supplements thereto. And you are further notified that you I appear to have an estate or interest in said land and real estate, and unless the ! said laud and real estate shall be re deemed. as provided in said acts, before ; tlie expiration *>f six months from and after the service hereof, a deed for the I same will be given conveying to The | Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City, the feesimple of said land and real estate according to the provisions of the said Act. Dated Jersey City. X.J.. Feb. 21. 1903. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY CITY. M. M. FAGAN. (Seal.l Mayor. Attest:— M. ,T. O’DONNELL. City Clerk. (Sale No. G47S.) _____ TO SOPHIA E. BLODGETT, IXDIV idually and as exocutrix and trustee under tlie will of Thomas S. Blodgett, dec'd., and Rev. Charles K. McHurg. executor and trustee under me will of Thomas S. Blodgett, dec'd.. and George L. Blodgett. Grnee Blodgett, Thomas S. Blodgett, Elizabeth Blod gett, his rife; Isabel Blodgett, infant, f and Berrh« Blodgett, infant. You ate hereby notified that at a put lie sale made by the City Co 1 lector g Jcrsey City, on the 1st day of Novei^.,. 1$U7, The May or and Aldermen of Jer sey City purchased for the sum of two hundred and thirty dollars and twelve cents all the land and real estate situate ill Jersev City, in the County of Hudson and State of Xew Jersey, fronting on Garfield avenue, which is laid down and ‘ designated as lot D. in block number i 5U1H960. upon an assessment map an ' neXfcd to a report number 101 made by certified eppv of which report am. ...itp i was filed in the office of the City Collec tor of Jersey City, on the 3rd day of I September, 1863. said report and mup j an(j Said sale being made pursuant to i tie- provisions of an Act rtf the Legisla : ture of Xew Jersey, passed March 30th. 188(1. entitled:— -*\n Act concerning the settlement and col:«c aon of arrearages eff unpaid taxes, aaseje ments and water rates or wat^r-rents n. cities of this State, and imposing and levy ing a tax, assessment and lien la lieu and in-tend of such arrearages, and to enforce the payment 'thereof, and to provide for the sale of lands subjected to future tax ation tiiyl assessment.” ; And the several supplements thereto. And you are further notified that you appear j to have an estate or interest in said land and real estate, and unless the said land and real i estate shall be redeemed, as provided in sail i acts, before the expiration of six months from i and after the service hereof, a deed for the 1 same will be given conveying to the Mayor and j Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of I said land and real estate according to the pro visions of the said act. ! Dated Jersey Cltv, N- J-- Feb. 24. 1903. THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSET CITY. M. M. FAGAN, (Seal.) T Mayor. Attest:— M. J. O’DONNELL. City Clerk. (Sale No. 7613.) NEW JERSEY SUPREME COURT. Michael J. Dempsey, plaintiff, vs. "Thonu# J. Pt»pe‘s Sons." defendants. In Attachment. On Contract. Notice. Notice is hereby given that wnis of attach ment were,issued out of the New Jersey Su* prenie Court to the Sheriff of the Count a * I of Essex, Hudson. Morris, Bergen and P i respectively, against the rights and cr<*di « moneys and effects, goods and. chattel, lauds , and tenements of Thomas J. Pope’s Sons, an absent debtor, at the suit of Michael j. I Deinpaey, for the sum of si* thousand three | hundred and seventy-two dollars ana ninety j seven cents, returnable on the fifth day of I January, 1903. and that the writ to the Sheri** of the County of Bergen has been served and I duiv executed and hai been returned with aa | appraisement and inventory attached on the i seventeenth day of December, 1902. by tha ! Sheriff of the County of Bergen, and that the ' writ to the Sheriff of the County of Morris has been served and duly executed and has been returned with/ an appraisement and in ventory attached on the third day of January, 1903, by the Sheriff of the County of Morris, and that the writ to the Sheriff of the County of Passaic has been served and duly executed and has been returned with an appraisement and inventofy attached on the third day of January 1903, by the Sheriff of the County Qf Passaic,’ and that the writ to the Sheriff of the Countv of Essex has been returned with out inventory or .appratement on the tfth day of January, 1903, and that the writ to th« Sheriff of the County of Hudson .has been re turned without inventory or appraisement on the fourteenth day of January. 1903. Dated January 12, 190S. HUDSPETH & PUSTER. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 259 Washington street. Jersey City, N. J. AtilWO* CIRCUIT COURT. John E. Thorpe ana Emma Thorpe va* William Manger. On contfboti It appearing to the Court by affidavits that the summons has been duly Issued id :bi above stated cause of action, and the s*n»c has* been returned by the Sheriff of HtfKm county not summoned as to the defend***. William Manger, and it appearing: u» h* satisfaction of the Court that the said d‘*!ea dant, William Manger, cannot be found in tha State of New Jersey U» be served with pro* cess, and that he has not a dwelling hops* or place of abode in this State. and that copv of the said summons, cannot be eery* I upon him, whereupon it is ordered tha* Oe said defendant, William Manger, cause h i appearance to be entered in the sgid activu on or before the twelfth day of February n«r«t and that a copy of thh' order sha:. with* twenty days from the date hereof be serve! personally on the said defendant. Willis* Manger, by delivering the same to him either in or out of this State or be published in *»• Jersey City News, a newspaper publlsncd in4 printed in the Count* of Hudson and State at New Jersey, for at least four Week? suece.-aivo iy once in each week, and that in case of such publication a copy of .a*Jd notice shall b* nsOlled to the said William Manger the de fendant above named, postage prepaid, with .a ten day* after aubh pubUeafloa. X>*t& IHcenibar 5. 1902. m, scevxna j.