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Jersey QTity gems, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON*. THE CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Office, No. 2ol Washington Street. THE NEWS BUILDING. Telephone Call, Jersey City, 271. NEW YORK OFFICE—No. 23 Park Row (Room 42). HOBOKEN AGENCY—J. Lichtenstein, No. Cl Second Street. NEWARK AGENCY—F. N. Sommer, No. 793 Broad Street. The only Deroomtic Daily Paper pub fiihed in Jersey City. Single copies, one cent; subscription, three dollars per year, postage paid. s~ Entered in the Post Office at Jersey City as second-class matter. : All business communications should lie addressed to The Jersey City News; all letters for publication to the Managing Editor. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1WW. Tlie Newark Evening News says that t'he people of the State have nor decided by their votes that they are against any Change in he method of assessing rail road property. They have accepted, says the News, rather the.pledges made in the Republican platform that the sub ject will be fully considered and that cer tain changes will be made iu the law. These promises must be fulfilled if the h adi ts of the Republican party expect T«> retain the confidence and support of tile people. The platform is a guarantee, if lived up to. that seeoud-elas* railroad property will be taxed at full local rates, "siapfr i for i ej^l purposes, and it also pledges the j party jf^iresentativft- to give heed to the j findtSwif-'-^f the Special Equal Taxation Wx i ('..mmiasiott as to the proper method of j i :;: iig tht main stem and franchises of lailriads. 'litis commission will resume its sessions next Tuesday in Jersey City. I: has a great opportunity in accomplish miuh for the beue&t of the State, iff. E!mk will be one of the members of the body and ought to lie of service in reach it-g •onset conclusions. T’ne whole sub - jjflf!. '^tiia.it st»-:n and franchise vnltia -•tfeiii'Hnif^Sisses-sment is so complicated ilia, evpti he will admit, now that the campaign is over, that the time for dis cussion has not yet passed. If t'he mem hers approach rhoir task in the proper spirit. governed only by a desire for the welfare of the State, rather than the party or the corporations, their report will be such as- to demand attention by the Legislature and some method of re lief front present methods. Equal taxa tion has not been a partisan issue as yet In spite of assertions to the contrary, bur If nothing should be done during the <s>tn ing winter by the Republican adminis tration to improve the situation, the peo ple will know who lias betrayed them by false promises and will rote accordingly. Many owners of automobiles who are jn need of winter clothing will be inter ested to learn that an antomobilist of Danielson. Conn., lias devised a way of making his machine earn money during ♦hose months of the year which are not suited to touring or cruising. This mail has bought a buzz-saw. which he at taches to his aiuomoble by a bett, and hr is doing a fine business in the wood-saw . --. .... —i-_. Scrofula j It is commonly inherited. Few are entirely free from it. Pale, weak, puny children are afflicted with it in nine cases out of ten, and many adults suffer from it. Common indications are bunches in the neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup tions, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, rickets, catarrh, wasting, and general debility. Hood s Sarsaparilla and Pills Eradicate it, positively and absolute ly, This statement is based ou the thousands of permanent cures these medicines have wrought. “ My daughter had scrofula, with eleven sores on her neck and about her ears. Hood's Sarsaparilla was highly recommended and me took it and was cured. She is now in good health.’’ Mas. J. H. Jones, Parker City, Ihd. Hood’s Sarsaparilla promises to sure and keeps the promise. ' ■ 1 :;d inter line. On finishing ofte job of sawing I be loads the saw into the devil wagon j and scorches swiftly to the next jab. thus j combining pleasure and business in a j most delightful as well ns pecuniarily j profitable manner. Some automobilists. perhaps, would he too proud to saw wood but there ate other and less vulgar em ployment* to which the automobile might he adapted. Many jobs requiring light power can be found in every’community. Of course there are some automobilists Who do not need the money, lint for oth er- the example set by the ("onueetient man would be worth following. Profit able winter employment for the buzz- | wagon is a thing greatly to bg desired. 1 __ i Mr, 1 touglas.fiovei nor-ele.| of Mas sachusetts. is a shoemaker who had been advised to slick to his last. But he went into politics instead, and lo! he proves j that 1 he last shall he first.—Brooklyn "Eagle." Ir is said that Cornelius Vanderbilt is to lie appointed First Secretary of the American lie gat ion at Berlin on account of important services which he rendered to the Republican party in the late cam paign. It is a pleasure to see merit rec ognized even in the poor and humble.— Rochester "t'nion and Advertiser.” AMUSEMENTS. Han, Rejane at the Lyric. The opening performance of Iiejane. j the distinguished actress, at ibe Lyric i Theatre, Xew York, on the evening of Monday. Xnv. 7. proved one of the most notable events society and theatrical cir cles have, witnessed in many years. Cer tainly no gathering more distinguished or more appreciative has been in any thea tre here for a decade. The line of car riages extending far beyond Eighth ave nue and so continued for three-quarters of an hour, and the spectacle inside the •spacious, house, when the curtain rose j on the opening scene of “Atnoureuse.” j was as brilliant'as the season's opening ! night at the Metropolitan Opera House. ! Madame Iiejane is an artiste to her j finger lips, the typical Parisienue the 1 idol of Pa'i-is. and riot only rhe greatest j actress in France, hut confessedly with- j out a peer in her line of work in rhe | civilized world. She comes to America on this, her second 4aur in this country, supported by her own carefully selected Parisian company, and with a repertoire which includes all those-great Parisian successes with which her name is so in dissolubly linked, and which her incom parable art has done so much to make j world-famous. The repertoire, there- I fore, is a large one, and in New York j alone she will probably present, no less than a dozen separate bills'. Her open ing performance was a double biil— "Amourense" and the Meifhac one-act comedy, "Lolotte." The latter part of the first week "La Passer die." ("The Mar riage of Kitty”!, was given. The second week we are to have Eugene Brieux’s famous play. “La Robe Rouge." Madame Itejane's new play. "I/Hirondelle" ("The Swallow"!, by the Brazilian author, Dario Nieeodemi, who is now in New York to witness the opening presentation, and a double bill, "La Parisian.” one of He jane's greatest roles, and “Incognito,” which is said to be one of the strongest of her single-act pieces. The entire third week is to be given up to her presentation of “Zaza," the play having been written for iter, «nd her cre ation of the famous role proving the sen sation of Europe. For the fourth and last week a special repertoire tyii'i be ar ranged inter, from which great results are anticipated. Madame Rcjane's New York engage ment promises to be a record-breaker in the way of receipts, and iter present tour of the States a memorable one. Oppor tunities to see Rejaiic come to Ameri cans but seldom, and the present is an offering to American intelligence which lovers of art cannot well afford to miss. The repertoire is:— Second Week.—“La Robe Rouge,” 4 acts, by Eugeut Brienx. Nov. 14, 15; “L’Hiroudelle,” 3 acts, by Dario Nieeo demi, Nov. 1G. IT: “La Parisientie.” 3 acis. by Henry-Francois Beeqne; •‘Incog nito,” 1 act, by Harry Orlden, Nov. 18, lit. ■Third 1\ eok.—“Zaza,”5 acts, bv Pierre Ben on et Clias. Simon. The repertoire for the fourth and last week of the Kejane New York engage ment will be arranged later. Belaico Theatre. liarid Warfield continues playing “The Music Master” at the Belusco Theatre. New York, to audiences of such im mense proportions that even standing room is at a premium. No play of the year has proved at once such a popular and artistic success, aud certainly no per formance cun compare with Warfield’s perfect rendition of the leading character. Furthermore. the commanding art of DaTid Belasco, as displayed not only in Charm and perfection of the stage pic ,» -:: _ , ■ p-'i 'V3- :,x m. , . '-x.7. tures. hut also in the art of the star him self. is conspicuous through the entire production. It is a rare treat to sit through Mr. Warfield’s performance of the old I.eipsic musician. His is the ; best art to lie seen on the New l’ork stage today. Stage Note*. Dore Davidson's engagement with the “Woodland" company closes Nov. 12. *hen he returns at once to New York City. Arthur Dunn starring successfully in "The Huiiaways," tells an amusing story j on a Gorman cornetist who is one of the seven men carried with the company | to augment the orchestras of theatres visited. This Teuton was lodged on the third floor of a small ‘bote1! in Minneapo lis. On the morning of the second day there another roomer complained to the Boniface:—“I can't stand that Dutchman nexr to me. He tooted iiis blooming cor net all night, though 1 kept rapping on the wall for him to stop.” Bomewhat later the cornetist appear ed. his face beaming. “Fine appreciatipner von music yon got next to me." lie said. "All night long efery ritne I played a tune he knock ed on the vaH for an encore. I played 'Every Morn 1 bring Dee Violets' to him four rent times, and still he vasn't sntis fied." “What's in a name!?" Sam S. Shu* beet's production of ."A Girt From Dixie” has been doing an enormous busi ness in the South, and the management attributes half of it the popularity of the title. Shakespeare seems to be coming to his own again, both on the road and in New York. K. H. Southern and Julia Marlowe are representing ‘‘Romeo and Juliet" and ‘"Much ‘Ado About Noth ing." Viola Allen lias revived “A Win ter's Tale." Grace George may do ‘"As Von Like it," Forrest Robertson is to re urn to America in "Hamlet,” and, last but not least, Ada Reban is giving the public another opportunity of seeing her tine performance of Catherine in "The Taming of the Shrew.” Miss Rehaivs decision to mark her return to the stage by acting in the comedies of Slinkes speare and Sheridan is particularly fortui tous. since this generation is too little familiar with the impersonations which made the actress a delight to the preced ing one. Her Catherine is ting best that the stage has had, and there is little doubt that it is also the best the stage will have. ‘"Wang” is not a dramatic anachron ism, although fifteen years elapsed be tween tlie time of its initial performance and the date of its present revival by De Wolf Hopper. The only thing in the piece which is not strictly up to date is the Amazon march in the second act. and on this score, Mr. Hopper agrees with Shakespeare, who has Falstaff say: figures their own excuse and sets it down mathematically.” Herbert Keicey and Effle Shannon are to continue tinder the management of Sam S. Sliubert, and will he seen again some time in December, either in a new play or in a sumptuous revival of an old one. Robert Loraiue will continue in their support until January, when he is scheduled to present George Bernard Shaw’s "Man and Superman.” During the past thirty-five years, says a writer in Tid Bits, only four pieces have run over 1 000 nights in London or any other citg. These pieces are “Char ley's Aunt,” “Our Boys,” “The Private Secretary” and “A Chinese Honeymoon." At one time it was thought that the con tinuity of the performances of “A Chi nese Honeymoon" would be broken, ow ing to an order from, the London County Council requiring ihe management to put a new ceiling in the auditorium. An in genious builder, however, averted the danger by hanging a scaffolding on chains and pulling it up when the theatre was occupied. Should the musical comedy run for 4(lT performances over the thousand —and there seems every likelihood of its doing so—ii will sheaf the record of “Charley’s Aunt.” which ran for 1.400 performances at the Globe and Royalty Theatres. “A Chinese Honeymoon” has beaten all records in America, where it has been presented by two companies for more than three years. >• _,_ Vary Low Rates to St. Loots anil R« tnrn via Laekawaniia R. Don't fail to see tbe greatest of all World’s Fairs. Fifteen-day excursion tickets.$23.25 Sixty-day excursion tickets, ,$2$.35.. (Final Limit Dec, 15.) The Lackawanna Limited leaves New York at 10 A. M. daily; arrives main entrance. World’s Fair grounds, 1.31 P. M., and Union Station, St. Louis, 1.45 P. M.. nett day, carrying through Pull man Sleeper t. St. Louis via Wabash R. R. west of Buffalo. Four other good trains daily. Stop-overs permitted at Niagara Falls, Detroit. Chicago, Cincinnati, Dayton and Cleveland for ten days within limit. For Pullman berths and further par ticular* address, C. P. Barrett. D. P. A.. 749 Broad street, Newark X. 3. St. Louis and return. $18 via Lacka wanna R. R., November. 2, 9, Iti and 2'1. Coach tickets. , Return limit, ten days. ART EXHIBIT Two Hundred Pictures of Native and Foreign Art ists to Be Shown Nov- 15-Dec. 11 One of the most important art events of the season will be the ‘'Comparative Exhibition of Native and Foreign Art,” under the auspices of the Society of Art. Collectors, recently incorporated-, to be held in the American Fine Arts Build ing, No. 215 West 57 street, from Tues day. November 13, to Sunday. Ilex-ember 11, inclusive. There will be in the Exhibition some two hundred pictures by modern Ameri can and European artists, selected with the greatest care by acknowledged ex perts, working in conjunction with the joint committee of the Society, at the head of which are Mr. William T. Evans, Chairman of the American section, and Mr. Frederic; Bonner. Chairman of the Foreign section. Among the mare famous works are two Corot's "Le Lac A’emi," loaned by Mrs. Thomas X'eweomlie, aud "La Char etre,” loaned by Mrs. John T. Martin: a number of Daubigny*, among them "The Apple Orchard,” from the collection- of Mr. H. T. Angus, and "The Hayfield.” from that of William Van Horne. There are six by Delacroix: among them. '“T‘be Wounded Tiger,” which was on exhibi tion among the "One Hundred Master pieces" in Paris ten years ago. and “Christ on Lake Genesareth.” De Camps is represented by "The Butcher shop." from Henry Graves’ collection, whic-h also sends Jules Dupre’s "Going to Pasture." The group of Fuller’s includes “Wini fred Dysart" from the Sears collection, and "Aornany Gill,” loaned from Mrs. Ichabod T. Williams. A number of George Inness's works are side by side with Isa bey's "Francis I,” from Eds on1 Bradley’s collection, and Jongkind’s "Bord-s de I'Oise,” from the Hon. Sir George Drummond’s collection, said -to be the finest Jongkind in- the world. Homer .Martin is seen in a hne group of canvases, and there is an im portant group of Wilslow Homers (among them “The Undertow” and “All’s Welt") and a smaller one one of W. 51. Hunt, which includes “The Bather.” Jacob and Wilhelm Maris are represent ed by famous paintings,comparatively un known, Anton Mauve, by one from Oath olina Lambert’s collection, and so is George Michel. William A. Read sends R. C. Minor's “Close of Day.” The seven Monticellis form probably the finest Mon tieelli group ever connected. In Millet's list are “The Sheep Shearers,” from Henry Graves’s collection and “The Quarriers, from Mrs. Williams's. From the Durand-Ruel Gallery is a Ribot and other canvases, and from Gen. Herbert L, Terrell’s collection 'has been selected Reynault's “Horses of Achillas.” There are two famous Rousseaus, “The River Oise,” from Richard Graves's collection, which has uot been seen here since the Barye exhibition, fif teen years ago, and his “Great Oaks of Bas Bream, from Sir William Van Home's collection. Mrs. Lhabod T. W$liams sends an early Roybet and Mr. Lambert an important Sisley. The famous upright Troyou, sold in the Secretan sale in Paris, and called the finest Troyo'n in the world, will hang by the side of another interesting canvoss from the same master, supposed1 to be a portrait of George Sand,from Sir William Van Horne's collection. The Turner group is in process of formation, one of the pictures being a Venetian scene from Mr. .Tames Ross's collection. A Worsen brueh has been loaned by Mr. Green shields. the Montreal collector, who wrote the famous brochure on landscape are this summer. The Whistler group is said to be finer than the one exhibited in Boston, There arc twelve in all of his canvases. Among them are-the famous “Black and White,” “A Nocturne in Blue and Silver,” “Bat ter sea Beach,” “Little Blue and Gold Girl,” “Nocturne in Blue and Go/d,” “Tlie Falling Rocket," “Symphony in Gray and Green," ‘-The Ocean." "Har mony in G re on and Rose,” and "Tlie Music Room.” There is a fie group of Wyants,-loaned'.by. George Hearn, I). J. Afornsoti. 4? Sr Ft XI He Silver, and Col. Franks! Ifeoiier, Sir Thomas Lawrence's “Childhood" is loaned by Mrs. Collis P. Huntington. There will also be in tjhe exhibition . the three European Impres sionists. Monet. Renoir. Sisley and the American T. H. Robinson aud .1. H. Twach^pua. THE JOLLY TRAVELING MAN ueses “EASY SHAVE,” tlie new lather in, place of soap as it is wore sanitary and convenient to carry. Softens the easy; no etaoin tcaino etaoin teaonietao beard quickly and makes abating so easy. No swatting or burning,' Sold by «U druggists 15c. r SHERIFF'S NOTICES ~***yr*r+—- ^•>--' SHERIFF'S SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between Ellen Husklnson.* complainant, end Michael 'Coition, et ux., defendants. I FI. fa. For sale of mortgaged premise*, j HwtumaWe October Term. 1904. Obrnsllu* I>oren»us, solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, 1 shall sell by public vendue at F. C. YVolben'e Real Estate Sales room, No. ,47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the seventeenth day of Novem ber. A. D. 1904. st two o'clock in the aftembon, all the fol I lowing described land and premises, with the ( appurtenaru.es, being the same described in said writ, that is to say: — 1 All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land j with the buildings and improvements tliereon, • situate, lying and being in the Township of • North Bergen County of Hudson and State of ! New Jersey, and bounded and described as foi ' lotvs, to wit:— . Beginning at a point on the southerly side I of Humblet place, distant two hundred and ' twenty feet easterly from the corner formed 1 by the intersection of the ' easterly line of . Grand or Nelson avenue with the southerly j line of Hamblet place; running thence vouth • eriy and parallel with said Grand or Nelson avenue one hundred l’eet to the centre line of the block, between Hamblet place and Gillies ' avenue; running thence easterly and parallel • with said Hamblet place twenty feet; thence northerly and again parallel with Grand or Nelson avenue one hundred feet to the gjuiher ly side of Hamblet place aforesaid; and theftce westerly along the southerly side of Hamblet ; place twenty feet to the point or place of be ginning. Being the easterly live feet of lot number thirteen and the westerly fifteen feet of lot number fourteen as laid down upon a certain map entitled “Map of property belong ing to James \Y. Gillies, in the City of Hudson and in the Townships of West Hoboken and . North Bergen and the County of Hudson, New , Jersey, 1SS9.’’ Dated October 1st, 1904. JOHN ZELLER, Sheriff. 1 opening session of tlie convention. Jersey City News and The Daily Dispatch. SHERIFF’S SAL®.—HUDSON COUNTY CIR cuit Court. Mechanics’ Trust Ownpaay ra. Bayonne Im provement Company. Otj contract. Ft fa., Ac. Returnable. September term, lfcM. J>e Witt Van Buskirk, attorney. By virtue ot the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon end shall .sell by public vendue at F. C. Wolberfs Real Estate Salesroom. No. 47 Montgomery street. Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the First day cf December next, ns two o'clock in the afternoon, all the right* title and estate of the above named defendant. Bayonne improvement Company, in and to uS rhe following described land ana premises, with the appurtenances, that la to say:— All the following described land siiuate in the City of Bayonne, County of Hudson and State of New Jersey. First 'tract—He ng lot Nu. nine (8) in block four hundred anil sev enty-nine (478) as laid dowu apd shown upon the Tax Maps «j£ the City of Bayonne. Second tract—Being lots Nos. eight 4k), nine (8>, ten (iO), eleven (ID. in block four hundred and aeventy-etght '.478), as laid down and shown upon said Tax Maps. ThJr-} tract—Being all of that tract or parcel of land conveyed to said Bayonne Improvement Company by the Riparian Commissioner* of the State of New Jersey, by deed dated Oct. 18. 1882, and not recorded, described as follows:—Beginning at a point in the high water ilne of the southeasterly shore of Newark Bay. where the same is Intersected by the division line between land* formerly of the Central Railroad Company of New Jersey and lands of the said The Bayonne Improvement Company, and from thence running north* westerly along the southwesterly line of the Seventh Tract In the grant or lands under water made by the State of New Jersey to the Central Railroad Company of New Jersey, dated November 12, 18*4, two hundred and forty <248) feet, more or less, to the exterior line for solid filling established by the Com missioners appointed under the authority of the act entitled. “.An Act to ascertain the lights of the State and riparian owners In the lands lying under the waters of the Bay ef New York and elsewhere in this State," ap proved April U, A. D. IS64, and the supple ments thereto; thence southwesterly along said exterior line for solid filling two hundred and sixty-three (283) feet, more ot* lees, to a point; thence south easterly at rfcghx angles with said exterior line for solid filling two hundred and ten <21$) feet, more or less, to the high, water ilne of the southeasterly shore of Newark Bay. where the same is intersected by the division line between lands now or formerly of the New Jersey Club Association and lands of the said The Bayonne Improve ment Company; thence northeasterly along said high water line to the place of beginning. Dated October 17tfi, 1$04.. JOHN SELLER. Sheriff. Jersey City News and Bayonne Herald. SHERIFF’S SADB-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between Edward H. Conover, complainant, and Robert Wilma rth Appleton et ux, defend* anu. FI. fa. For sale of mortgaged premise*. Returnable February Term, 1905. Herbert Clark Gilson, Complainant's Solici tor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. C. WAlbert's Real Estate Sales room, 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, ou THURSDAY, the first day of December, A I>. 1*14, at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the fol lowing described land and premise*, with the appurtenance#, being the same described in eaid writ, that is to say:? AU those tracts or lots of land and premises, situate in the Oity of Jersey City, in the Coun ty of Hudson and State of New Jersey, bounded end described as follow*:—!. AM thoee ten (10) certain lot# of land and premise* which on map entitled "Map ef property belonging to Charles A. Grant situate In Jersey City. Hud eon Oo., N. J.. 1940, surveyed by Earle*. & Har rison. civil engineers and surveyor* and filed March 1, 1900, in the Hudson County Regis ter's office ttfite known and designated a* iota numbers fifty-sftc (58) ta sixty-five ($&) both in clusive. in block seventeen hundred and thirty four (1,781) and together described as fol lows:—Beginning at the corner formed by the Intersection of the southwesterly line of Bent ley avenue with the northwesterly line of Marcey avenue and running thence (1> north westerly along Bentley avenue two hundred (200) feet to Harvey avenue; thence (t) aouth wesierly along Harvey avenue one hundred seven feet and thirty-three one hundredths of ! a foot to the southwesterly line of land for I marly of Charles A. Grant; thence (3) south ! easterly along said last mentioned line and nearly parallel with Bentley avenus two hun dred (290) feet to Marcey avenue; thenve northeasterly along Marcey avenue one hu»- ; dred eight (108) feet and twenty-six one- ! hundredths «f a foot, to the place of begin- I nJng. 2. All those three certain Iota of land and premises situate In Jersey City aforesaid, and which on map aforesaid are known and designated as lots numbers forty (40), forty one (41), and forty-two (42), In block numbered seventeen hundred and thirty-threa (1733), and together described as follows:—Beginning at I the corner formed by the intersection of the southwesterly line of Bentley avenue with the northwesterly line of Harvey avenuet and run ning thence (1) southwesterly along Harvey avenue one hundred seven (107) feet and six one-hundredths (0-100) of a foot to the southwesterly line «f land of Charles A. Grant; thence (2) northwesterly aiong said la#t mentioned line nearly parallel wj?h Bent ley avenue r.inety-nine f99* feet and forty seven one-hundredths (47-100) of a foot to the most westerly corner of said lot forty (40) and the most westerly corner of property of ' Charles A. Grant; thence (3) northesterly nearly parallel with Harney avenue twenty four (24) feet and thirty-six one-hundredths (30-100) of a foot to the most northerly comer of said lot forty (40); thence (4) southeasterly parallel or nearly parallel with Bentley ave nue fifty (50) feet to the most westerly comar of lot forty-two (42); tnenc* (5) northeasterly nearly parallel with Harvey avenue eighty t.wo feet and twenty oae-hUndredths of a foot to ths most northerly comer of said lot forty the moat northerly t-.orr.er of said lot forty two (42) and to the southwesterly line of Bentley avenue; thence (8) southeasterly along Bentley avenue forty-nine (49) f(*«t and flve teni*hs (5-10) of a foot to the place of begin ning. Dated October 24th. JOHN ZEDDER. Sheriff. Jersey City News and The Daily Dispatch. SHERIFF’S SAI*E—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Between Thomas C. Kinkead, complainant, and Margaret Drain,, et al.,- defenjlanis. Fi. fa. For *f»le of mortgaged premia®*. Returnable February Term. 1S*)3. Thomas F. Noonan, solicitor. By viruia of the above stared wilt to me directed and delivered. shall sell by public vendue at i\ C. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales room. No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the first day of December, A. D. 1*4, at two o’clock In the afternoon, all the fol lowing described land and premises, with the appurtehances. being the same described in said writ that i3 to say;— All that certain iot, pice or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey OUy, In the Cfounty of Hudson apu State of New Jersey, which on a map entitled “Map of the property belonging to the Hudson City Terrace Company. sitUAted in Hudson City, Hudson County, surveyed by C. P. Colvin. City Surveyor, 1*64." and duly Hied of record in the off!-}* of the Clerk of eald county September 14th., 1WS. 13 desig nated. known and distinguished as lot num bered thirty^ou? (M* in block number three and being twenty-five feet wide In front and rear and one hundred f*«t deep on each Side- V • > a,h' :S,'VJHN- ZELLEP.. Sheriff. Jersey City N>wi and The Daily Dispatch* UpiaiAL MASTER S &AU5. Between Margaret Sheridan, complainant, and Bridget Swift, ’et aw., defendants. On bill for partition and decre* for sale. Wilson, Carr and Stackhouse, solicitors for complainant. By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan cery of Now Jersey, made in the above it titled cause and dated September liM, k. Pierre F. Cook, oh* of the Special Masters of sald.Cvurt, shall expos* to idle at public ven due to ths? highest bidder on MONDAY, November 23. JS04. at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at F. C, YYalbert's Real Estate Auc tion Rooms, No, 4? Montgomery street, Jersey City, New Jersey, In such portions an to me shall deem mast for the in tercet ot the par ties. All that certain lot. tract or parcel of land and premises situgte. lying and being In the City of Jersey City (formerly City of Hudson), County ot Hudson and ??tat4 of New Jersey, known and designated as lot No. 117 on a cer tain map entitled, "Map of Johnson villa, made, surveyed and laid out into lots by Sevan and Slater, surveyors and civil engi neers, dated April 1, mi," and filed in the of fice of the Register of Deeds (formerly Clerk) of Hudson County, and bounded and describ ed as follows i— commencing at a point on the northerly side of Chari** street. the distance of four hun dred and seventy-fix feet four inches easterly from the northeast corner of Charles street and Bergenwobd road; thence running nortner ly at right apart*,s with ChaMes street one hun dred fee t; the .we easterly parallel with Charles street twenty>flve feet; thence south erly at right ahgUs with the last mentioned line ohe hundred deet; tbsnre westerly along Charles street twenty-five reet to the piuc* of beginning. Being known m premises No. 110 Charles street, In the City of Jersey City aforesaid, and the" salhe premise* which Mury A. Noon and husband, by deed bearing da to the twenty-second day of Angus., eighteen hundred ahd eighty-iive. and recorded in the Register's o IT ice of the County of Hudson, in Book 40$ of Deeds, for said County, at page ■Z65, granted and Conveyed unto Patrick Hynes. Also ail that certain la:, tract or parcel of land and premises hereinaftef particularly de scribed, situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which, on a map entitled, “Map of Johnsonville, made, aur\eyed and laid out Into lot* by Bevan and Slater, sur veyors ahd civil engineers, and hied in the office of the Clerk (.now Register; of Hudson County, and dated April 1, l$.>b“ is known and designated as lot No. 113, and is bounded I westerly by lot No. Ill*, northerly by lot No. 1&5, easterly by lot No. 115, southerly by the northerly line of Charles street, and containing twenty-five feet front and rear by one hundred feet on both sides, as by reference to said map | will more fully and at large appear. Being j known as premises 112 Charles street, in the ! City of Jersey City aforesaid, and the said | premises which John W. Hoben and wife, by aeea bearing aat* the twenty-seventh day or September, eighteen hundred and ninety-two. and recorded in the Register's office of the County of Hudson, in Book 383 of Deeds for said County, at pa tee 149, etc., granted and conveyed unto 'Patrick- Hynes 1n fee. Also all that certain tract or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in th* City of Jersey City. County of .Hudson and State of New Jersey, and is known and dis tinguished on a certain map entitled map of Johnaonvllle. made by Be van and Slater, sur veyors, and filed In the office of the Clerk, now Register, of Hudson County, by the num ber 12Q, bounded and described as follows, viz.: Southerly Iri front by Charles street, norther ly in the near by lot No. 132 on .said map, easterly on one side lot No. 119 and west w ar. i ly on the other side by lot No. 121 on s*id map. said lot being twenty-five fee* wide in front and rear and one hundred feet deep, and the same premises which John W. Ho ben and wife, by deed dated the eighth day of March, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and record ed in the office of the Register <»f D**eds of Hudson County, in Book 571 of Deeds for said County, at page 131. etc., granted and con veyed unto Patrick Hynes and Mary Hynes, his wife, in fee. Also all that certain tract or parcel of land and premises hereinafter particularly describ ed. situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City. County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which, on a map entitled. "Map of property belonging to William B. Ogden, situate in the City of Hudson, County of Hud son and State of New Jersey, 1863,’’ made by R. C. Bacot, L. W. Post and J. Camp, Jr.. . civil engineers and city surveyors, Hudson ; City, N. J.. and filed in the Hudson County i Clerk’s (now Register’s) office. May 12th, 1*63, is known and designated as lot No. 43. in block 31. Also all that certain portion of lot 42, in block 31. being four feet wide in front and rear and one hundred feet deep on each side, said lots being taken together are twfnty-nine feet wide in front and rear and one hundred feet deep throughout, fronting and facing on the westerly line of Cambridge avenue, two hundred and ninety-three feet and six inches southerly from South street. The two tracts of land above described are known as prem ises 157 Cambridge avenue in the City of Jer sey City aforesaid, and the same premises which Mary Heritage, widow, by deed of con veyance dated July 24th, 1896. and recorded In the Register's office of the County of Hudson !n Book 661 of Deeds for said County, at page 28$. granted and conveyed unto Mary Hynes In fee. Dated October 25, 1904. PIERRE R COOK. Special Master in Chancery of New Jersey, 1 Exchange place, Jersey City, N. J. SPECIAL MASTER’S SALE.—IN CHAN cety of New Jersey. Between Catherine Mack, complainant, and Mary Hannlgan. et uls., defendants. On bill for partition and decree for sale. Charles M. Vreeland, solicitor for complain ant. By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made in the above enti tled cause on the twenty-second day of Sep tember. 1904 ordering the sale of the prem ises hereinafter described, I, Thomas J. Ken nedy, one of the Special Masters of the said Court, will sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, on FRIDAY, the eighteenth day of Novem ber. A. D. 1904. at two o’clock in the afternoon, upon the said premises, at No. 1 Ha 11 ad ay street, Jersey City, all the following described lands and premises, being the same described In the said decree, to wit:—All those certain lots, pieces or parcels 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 South La fayette, Hudson County, New' Jersey, made by Mallory and Miller. Clly Surveyors. Jersey City,” are known and distinguished as lots numbered thirty-two (S3), thirty-eight and thirty-nine f39j In block numbered six hundred and seventy-two, including the in choate rights of dower of the defendants, Jennie.L. Murray, wife of John P Murray; Augustus Brisky Doyle, wife of Michael Pat rick Doyle; Susan Philips Doyle, wife of Thomas Doyle; and Elisabeth McKeen Boyle, wife of James Boyle, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in anywise appertaining, THOMAS J. KENNEDY. Special Master In Chancery of New Jersey 15 Exchange Place. Jersey City, N. J Dated October if, 1904. SHERIFF’S ’SALE-IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between Hetman Lunin*, complainant, and Anna Cordes, et alt., defendants. Fi. fa. For sale of mortgaged premises. •Returnable February Term, 1905. Augustus A. Rich, solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell by public vendue at F. C. wolbert’s Real Estate Sales room,. No. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the Fifteenth day of December, A. D. 1904, at two o’clock in the afternoon, all the fol lowing described land and premise* with the appurtenances, being the same described in said writ, that is to say:— All those two certain lots of land and prem ise* situate, lying and being in the Town <>f VVest Hoboken, in the County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which are bounded and described as follows:—Beginning at the corner formed by the intersection of the southerly line as Traphngeu street by the westerly line of Clinton avenue, and running thence wester ly along the southerly line of Traphagen street oae Hundred feet two and one quarter inches (100' 2H"A mere or less to the easterly line of lqt humber fifty-two (52) on a certain map en titled "Map showing a portion of the property of Anna V. H. Traphagen. deceased. West Ho boken. N. J.. Jersey City, Jany.. 18»1, E. \V. Herrison. engineer and surveyor; thence south erly at right angles with Traphagen street lo. <y *4lb tret; thence easterly parallel with Traphagen street one hundred feet two and one-quarter inchts (100' 2 V*> more or less to Clinton avenue; • thertce northerly along the westerly line of Olintpn avenue forty (40) feet to the point or place of beginning. Being lota numbered fifty-three (53> and fifty-four (54) i*a said map. Dated November 11th. 1904. JOHN ZELLER. ' -'f ' Sheriff. Jersey City ffjgwt apd Tj’ha Dally Dlapatcn. SHERIFF’S ^itt-^’^cnASCtRY OF NEW Jersey. ^ . Between Sarah S. Deacon, coffipiainant, and John Kiernari, et ah, defendant*. Fh fa. For sale of mortgaged premiers. Returnable October Term, A. D. 19*4. Black and Drayton, solicitor*. The sale under above-stated writ stand* ad journed to THURSDAY. November 17th. A. D. JS04. at Real Estate Rooms. No. 47 Montgomery atreet, Jeniey City, at 2 o'clock p. M. JOHN ZELLER. Sheriff. Dated October 2*th. A. D. 1 m. Jersey City New* and Observer. HUDSON COUNTY ORPHANS' COURT. In the matter of the eataie of Margaratha E. E. Shumway, deceased. Pursuant to an order made by the Orphans' Court of the County of Hudson, on the elev enth day of October, nineteen hundred and four, on the application of Henry c. Shumway. administrator of the estate of Margaratha B. B. Shumway, deceased, notice is hereby given to the creditor* of tho said deceased, to ex hibit to the subscriber, administrator aforesaid, their .debts and demands against the said es tate. under oath, within nine months of the date of the aforesaid order, of they will be forever barred of their action therefore against the said subscriber. Your Boy Is Young You provide for him now. What about his future ? A A Child’s Endowment Policy, maturing when he is older, will give him a start in life. The Prudential Insurance co. of America. Hone 0^, »ewark,n. j. Incorporated ns a Stock John F. Drydea, President, kesii# i>. Ward, Vico President. Company by the State of .New Jersey. Edgar is. Ward. ‘Jd Vice President. Forrest F. Dr/dea, 3d Vice President. JJ-dward Gray, Secretary, 1CS9 Fr 303'8' FnIleT Tel. 2832 Jersey City, N. .7. "•J1, Supt., Hoorn 7, Jersey City Trust Company BuiUlin£, Jr’iYe Corners, Jersey City, X. J. E. G. jACKSON. Siipt.. liootn* 401-5, Hudson Trust Co. Bldg., Hudson and Newark St*., Tel. 143-1, Hoboken. N. .1. DAVID HEINHAHZ. Supt.. 44o Spring St., N. E. cor. High Point Are., Tel. 154-1 Union. West Hoboken, y. J. SUFr— Aren tie D. Tel. 43 A. Bayonne. N. J. tHAS. J DONOHUE, District Manager, Hudson County, 808 Westside Ave.. Jersey City, N. J. Visit the Prudential's Exhibit Palace of Education, World’s Fair. St. Louie. __ _• REDUCED RATES FOR TELEPHONE TOLL SERVICE. Pay Station Subscribers » _ Rate. Rate. From Jersey City to . <4 A Asbury Park. .. Brooklyn. Dover. Elizabeth.. Englewood.. Hackensack. ... Harrison.. Hoboken.. Jersey City. ■Newark.. New York. Passaic. Tompkinsville. Union (Hudson Co.)., “45 “25 “5® .20 •25 .20 .20 . 10 .IO .20 .20 .20 .20 •15* r» 20 -25 -15 ,.2C -15 ,.15 •if*** i**vY ^15 ..15 -15 •• 15 ,.IO Tbe New Ycrk and New Jersey Tele; bone Go 160 Market Street, Newark. 8 Erie Street, Jersey City. AWNINGS Takas Down and Stored ter the Winter. Canopies for Weddings and Re ceptions. Crash and Camp Chairs for Hire. Waterproof Wagon Covers and Tarpaulins. WEAVER'S OLD QUARTERS 26 28 A 30 Gregory Street. CORPORATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the Eighteenth day of July, 1904. application was made to the Board of Street and Water Commissioner a by Rev. John J. Boylan and other* for the CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWER IN SIX TEENTH STREET. from a point 20 feet east of Jersey avenue to and connecting with the sewer already buil* in Sixteenth street east of Erie street. Said sewer to be build conformably to the provisions of Chapter 21* of the Laws of 1»9.\ and in accordance with * the established plan of sewerage together with all the necessary manholes, receiving basins and appurtenances. Notice is also given that on the 24th day of October, 1904. the Commlsioners of Assessment filed in the office of the Clerk of the B*»ard of Street and Water Commissioners thefr pre liminary map for said improvement, showing the probable total cost of the contemplated improvement and the probable amount to be assessed* on property specially benefited there by, and the same is now open to public inspec tion in the off he 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: — SIXTEENTH STREET, from Jersey avenue to a point about ITS feat east of Erie street; ERIE STREET. from Sixteenth street to points 25 feet north and south thereof; JERSEY AVENUE. on the east side from Sixteenth street to a point about 2o feet north thereof. Said map also shows that property which in the foregoing description is immediately benefited, und that which is prospectively benefited by said improvement the latter be ing colored yellow on said preliminary map; and the assessment thereof! shown will become a Men and due and payable when lateral sew ers are constructed And that in accordance with the provision* of the act above cited, the Thirty-first day of October 19u4. at 2 o’clock P. M., arid the Assembly Chamber of the City Hall are here by Axed a* the time and place when and where the Board of Street and Water Commis sioners will meet to hear all parties interested in said application, and all remonstrances against the said proposed improvement that may be presented in writing. By order of the Board of Street and W^ter Commissioner*. GEO. Tv BOUTON, v »», . r-f C'lerk. Dated Jersey City, October 1904. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To John D* Wolf:— JUy virtue of an order of the Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, made on the Jay Of the Bate hereof, in a cause wherein Hudson Trust Company is complainant and you and others are defendant*, you are required to appear, plead, answer or demur to the bill of said complainant on or before the twelfth day of December next, or that in default thereof »uch decree be made against you as the Chan cellor shall think equitable and Just. The said bill is tiled to foreclose four cer tain mortgages given by Huy O. Lawton and husband, and Lucy G. Lawton (widow), to The Hudson Trust and Savings Institution [now Hudson TTust Company), an lands in the rown of Union in the County or Hudson, first bearing date Ffbruscy 13. 139‘i, second bearing Jute December IS. 1398, third hear ing date April 22, 1399, ahtl the fourth beating iate October 12, 1899. And you are made defendant because you ftdid a mortgage on the’ same lands which Is Wbsequent in priority to complainant’*. Dated October tlth. 1901. .WARNS SMYTH, MU*t&8£2r%’& N. I < LEGAL NOTICES. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To Minnie E. Emmons and John E. Andrus:— Take notice, that by virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause where in Susan M. Vreeland is complainant, and you are defendants, you are re quired to appear, plead, demur or an swer to the complainant's bill on nr be fore the twenty-fourth day of October next, or in default thereof such decree be made against you as the Chancellor thinks equitatable and just: Th said bill is tiled to forclose a mort gage made by Minnie E. Emmons to the complainant upon lands in Jersey City, and given to secure the payment i f $3,500, and bearing date the 271 hday of January, eighteen hun;dred and nine ty-eight. And ’ on. Minnie E. Emmons are mad* defendant because you claim to own said lauds. 1 And you. John E. Andrus, are made 1 defendant because you caused an atltach ! menr to be issued out of the Supreme j Court of the State of New Jersey rgainst I Minnie E. Emmons, and by virtue :h«re ] of may claim to hav some lien upon ot interest in said mortgaged premises. Dated August 22nd. 100-4. I WILLIAM O. BUMSTED, Solicitor of Complainant. Office and pnstoffle addrss, No. 1 Exchange Place. State of New Jersey, ) ) M.!— Department of State. ) CERTIFICATE OK FILING OF CONSENT} BY STOCKHOLDERS? TO DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these presents may come, Greeting:— Whereas, it appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof deposited i in my office, that the New York Petroleum : Soap Company, u corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 14« Twelfth street, in the City of Jersey City, County or Hudson, State ->f New Jersey (William A. Plato being the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon . whom proem may be served), has complied with the re quirements of "An act concerning corpora tions (Revision ol. 1S9S»," preliminary to the issuing of title certificate that such consent has been filed. Now, therefore, I. S. D. Dickinson, Secre tary of State of New Jersey, do>hereby cer tify that the said corporation did, on the twenty-sixth day of March. 1904, file iu my office a duly executed and attested consent in writing to ihe dissolution of said corporation, i executed by more thgn two-thirds in interest of the stockholders thereof, which said cer tificate and the record of the proceeding aforesaid are now on file in my said office as provided by Jaw. In testimony whereof. I have hereto set my hand and affixed my official (Seal.) seal, at Trefiton, this twenty-sixth day of March, A. D. one thousand nine hundred and four. S. D. DICK1N66N. Secretary of State. I IN* CHANCERY Of N'KW JERSEY. To Wlnand f»agel:~ By virtue or an order ©f the Court of Chancery of Ntw .1 erte.y made w . the dav tlie date hereof in a cau*« wixrt.n Bop hi© Keli is complainant and joii and wife are defendants, you art required to appear, plead, answer or demur to the bill of said complain ant on or before the twentieth day of De cember next, or that in default thereof such decree be made against you as the c.-n*ae«ilor ahull think equitable and ju*h. The said bit! Ini filed to foreclose © c©rtaln mortgage made by Frederic^: August Bastian and wife to eomt>l*lfo»ftt. bearing date August fifth, nineteen hundred and one. on lands In Jersey City, In the CoUnty of Hudson, In said State. And are made defendant b«o*us© you and your wife are owners thereof by the entirety. * --u._ .