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E Report el the New Jersey Beard Shews a Decrease of .64 0ter Last Year SAUCER ON THE INCREASE CASES OF OTHER BISBA8ES ARE . FEWER, NOTABLY THOSE OF CONSUMPTION. . . (Sayctal to "Th* Jer**y OHy N*w«.") , TRENTON, August *22. 1905.—Ac cording to the annual report of the state hoard of health, just issued from the ‘■JTlntar, the death rate of th state per 4,000 of population for the year 1906 | !»aa 13.87, or .04 less than the year prs Tious. The document contains 494 pages and gives a complete review ef the health renditions of the state for the year men tioned. A oh art is given showing the fluctua tions ef the death rate for the past 25 years. These has been a general de <area*e since 1882, when the rate was JSl.ftt Speaking of this decrease in mortality the report says:— "Every disease in any way prevent able by hygienic measures has shown de crease m frequency and fatality in New but there are still many unneces- , ■ary deaths, especially from t'.vberculo- j Sis, diphtheria and diarrhoea! diseases j mi children, notwithstanding that it is in t these groups that the greatest improve- ! meat in mortality has already been se- j ■sred. Hdu^aien has been the poten- 1 Hal factec in re&cring the results al- I yeed? attained, the further progress in! fcWeVinz the death rat* depends upou the j >' ■ | ■stent t» which the principals of hygi-: ■neasaai he diaeaminated. "Mued rgjjaa.ee is placed by this ’ heard upon;tie superior service which > We believe wMi be rendered by the higher ; ■laMaeCfdecal sanitary office** created by j the partition* »f chapter 215 of the laws «f 1.988. for nader the intelligent guid- j ■nee of well informed officials whole . commmnities can be led to see the dan- ( gars which lurk in polluted wells, con- j laminated milk, open privies, dust, tnos- ! quitoes and-hies and action for the abate ment of nuisances of this character fol lows, sooner-or later, if the pa tries in terested are fully convinced of the in jurious nature of these evils. We may, fhareiero, look forward with confidence to a further reduction in the mortality due to disease* already recognized as preventable, and doubtless others will from time to time be added to the list.” Charts arc also given showing the condition of certain diseases in the state for 25 years. One of these presents the fact-that- there has been a remark able increase in the number of deaths from cancer. The rate per 10.000 of population in 1879 was 3.78 and in 1803 it had grown >to o.61i- „ *-®he death rate for consumption per 30,000. pouiatfon shows a general de ere*e*rfer tke*86 years, flfeptlgh the rate for 1938, 18.78, waesllg fitly aboTe that for 1803, when it was 15)38. Malarial disorders present a decreased cUath rate ■inse 1891, when the rate was 3.71. In 1803 it had fallen to .28. There has-been a decrease in the num-\ 3er of fdfeetftfhfsf afmfong children un dor five years of are since 1899. The ■arte per 10.080 than was 56.30. In 1802 It had fartmi to 49.81 and in 1008 it was 34.96. The vital statitties for the year oov-\ •red by the repart were: Births, 37.242,* ppate par 1,888 ot population. 18.47; mat-' tie gee. 19,512: deaths. 31.828; rate ped _.e|1^00 of population, 15.87, The stati* tics for Mercer county were: Births, 1, 351, a decrease of 5 from 1902; mar riages, 888, an iaerease of 141; deaths, 3,862. an increase of 96. Trenton shows the following vital sta tSieWes: Births, 923, a decrease from 3988 of 7; marriages, 780, an increase of 127; deaths. 1406. The death rate for the city was 18.30. The report show* also what a length7 Of time it takes to get eeme of the State documents into the hands of the people. Jibe documents covers the year ending December 31. 1908. was comaoied during 1984, presented to the legislature of 3995, and it is just being distributed. LACKAWANNA'S WW RATES Lea Angeles and Pacific Coast paints aits Ntan 9148.79. Tloksts an sal* dally. Esturu limit nine month*. Banaiag tte* foar days. Only *a* ekang* of car* New York to Callforaia. Baggage chocked and Pullman reeerVa tien* mad* through to dostlaatioa. Mealeo City and return;....„..$118.60 Beaver, Col., and retarn........ 80,90 Bat Springs, Ark., and retarn... 56.65 Phoenix, Aria., and ratam. ..... 118.70 QaivMten, Toaaa, and retarn. .. 70.90 Ban Antonio, Texas, and retarn. 76.36 Bern lag. Now k^'nndmnrn... 92.18 New Orion as. La., and retain... J55.00 Amir «* Agent*, er addraaa, C.\P. Bamtt. D. P. A. Mo. 7» .Broad wreeft Ktirgrk, N. J„ far PnBman ifekate and' . totnawtMgB ,J , , ^ J BOARD OF FINANOE COMMIS SIONERS. _i. (OEciaJ Proceeding*.} i . (Continued.) This bond is exempt from taxation un der the laws of the State of New Jersey. In Witness Whereof, this Bond is sign ed by the Mayor of Jersey City, ami sealed with the Corporate seal of the said "The Mayor and Aldermen of Jw «ev City.” attested) by the City Clerk, awl countersigned by the Comptroller. this - day of —-5 Nineteen hundred and'-. "T ■ "" ' . ’ Mayor. Attest:— City Clerk. Countersigned:— i City Comptroller. The above resolutions wore received and adopted by vote of all the members present on the call for the ayes and aoes by the President. The Committee oo Concurrent resolu tions reports*! recommending the adop tion of the Fallowing resolutions:— Resolved. That the Beard of Finance hereby concurs in the following resolu tions adopted by the.Board of Street and Water Commissioners:— A—May 29, 1905.—Ordering paid the following claims:— $84..42 to Jersey City, Hoboken and Paterson Street Railway Co., claim No. 1499. $48.20 to Jersey' City, Hoboken and Paterson Street Railway Co., claim No 1468. $183.17 to North Jersey Street Rail way Co., claim No. 431. $397.19 to Neath Jersey Street Rail way Co., claim No. 432. Charge Spl. Snow Removal Account. B—July 3, 1985.—Ordering paid to Michael Gavin and others. Laborers on ptved streets. $1,786.75. for June. 1905. The report was received and the above resolution wa sadopted by vote of all the members present on the call for the i ayes and uoes by the President. The Committee on Printing, Stationery and Supplies reported recommending the adoption of the following absolution:— Resolved, That warrants be ordered drawn on the City Treasurer in payment of the following claims:— $88.00 to George L. Record, for ex penses. Corporation Cmvisel, June. 1955. $32.00 to Jersly City vrinting Co. for printing minutes April 5. May 3, 1905. Charge "Claims” Account. $229.16 to the Evening Journal Assn, for publishing minutes in Ju^e. 1905. Charge “PUhUpSttng Minuses ' Account. The report was received and the above resolution was adopted by Vote of ail the members present on t£e call for the ayes and noes by the President. MISCBLLANB0US BUSINESS. Presentation of Resolutions:— By My. Daudt*— Rewofredt That the President of the Board shal appolnf a cemmitte of three members whictCahal have charge of the construction of a new engiae company (171 in the West Bergen section and a new trunk company (71 in the Hudson City section, gnd'the disbursement of the j $30,009 appropriate® 5fay 28, t#05. for 'that purpo«. Mr. Daufft, Mr. Quinn, Mr. Biockcom- ' mlttge appointed. The above resolulien was received and adopted by vote or fell the members •# ' the Board on the call for the ayes an« I uoes by the President. Motions, etc.:— 1 Mr. Brock movod that when the Board should adjourn it be until Mcnairy. July 10.1906. at 11 a. m. ; Adopted. On motion of Mr. Quinn the Board1 then adjourned. FORREST A. HEATH, Clerk. -.m Adjourned regular meeting of the I Board of Finance held at the City Hall | on .Monday, Jhly 10. 1966. at 11 A. M. Present—President Ringle and M essrs. Daudt and Brock—S. Absent—Messrs. Ferrv and Qif >n—2. ! REPORTS OF STANDING OOMMIT | TEES. Mr. Brock, of the Committee on Fi nance, presented the following resolu tions:— 1—Resolved. That the Fire Bunds au thorized to be issued under resolution of this Board, passed June 7. 1665, the pro ceeds from the sale of which are to be used for Che purchase -of iand and the erection of a new building for the new Engine Company, (No. 17), ‘shall be is *u«8 in denomination or $1,600 each, with the privilege of the purchaser or holder of said Steads to ha<vo them-issued in such donomiuenon a# any such pur chaser or holder may desire. 2.—Resolved. Thm the Fire Bonds au thorized to be issugp uud6r resolution of this Bool'd, passed dupe 7. 1965, the pro ceeds from sale of which ere to be used for the purchase of land apd the erec tion of a new building fpr tne new truck Company, (No. 7). shall be issued in de nomination* of 64,660 each, with the privilege of the purchaser or holder of said bonds to here them issued in such denbininatien as any sueh purchaser or holder may desire. The above resolutions were received 'and adopted by vote of all the members present on the call for the ayes and noes >r. the President. I * On motion of M*r. Brook the Board ,thep adjourned. „„ FORREST A. HEATH. s Clerk. Regular\meeting of the Board of Fi nance held the City, Hall on Wednes day. July 19, 1905, at 3 p. m. • Present—All the members of the Board. PETITIONS, ETC. From tlie Petition from Lawrence McNally for the return of $43,152, sur plus, etc. . Petition of Elizabeth Curley for the re turn of $38.96, surplus, etc Petition of Robert Von Cleff for the return of $397.64, surplus, etc. Received and referred to the Commit tee on Finance. Petition of Agnes Klauer for cancella tion of interest on assessment. Received and referred to Committee on Salaries and Claims. CLAIMS. The following claims were presented, received and referred to the proper com mittees:— Robert Carey, $65.90: Floyd T> $106.00; Thos. G. Henderson, $100.00: Robert Ambry. $100.00; F. A. liru.e.o $25.00; B. Granees Marro’v $45.00; Frank Meyer, $25.00: Jas. N. Braden. $25.00: Harry Lane. $49.50; Underwood Typewriter, $15.00: E. W. Ballinger. $(.00; Mackey Young & Co., $44.0); •United Electric Co. of N. J., $26.05: Postal Tel. Cable Co., $1.39. From the Ooard of Education, passed July 13, 1905:— ■ Requesting $1,200.00 for certain in spectors. From the City Hall Commission:— . For amount of moneys required for 1905-1906. Communication from Commissioners for reconstruction Ravine Road Sewer. Comptroller, a warrant be ordered drawn cn th.* City Treasurer in favor of Law rence McNally for $43.62. being amount of, surplus realized upon the Tax Sale under Chapter 112 od the Laws of 188(5. tud the supplements thereto made, bv »he City Collector on Sepl. 29, 1903. of Lot 4s), Block 772. Hancock avenue, : ver and above the; sum as adjusted due the city, 'with interest, cost and disbursements. The above resolutions were received, •and adopted by « vote of all the members of the Board, on the call for the aves and noe* by: the President. V iS'he Committee on Concurrent Resolu tions reported recommending the adop tion of the following resolutions:— j Res&lved, Tnat the Board \ot Finance 1 hereby' concurs in tbs folio wing resolu- i ■7 .->/ V lions, adopted by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, to wit:— (A.) June 26, 1905.—Ordering paid the folio wing claims:— *44 to'Mas. P. Hall, claim No. 294. *35 to Washburn Bros. Co., claim No. 640. (Charge Special Street Account. May. 1095. Supplies. (B.) June 26. 1905.—Ordering paid the fallowing daiwes:— $77.41 to J. Franklin Crowell, claim No. 294. $22.90 to oJhu A. Yill. claim No. 124. $6.27 to Public Service Corporation, N. J.. claim No. 209. $52.17 to Edward O’ Donnell claim No. 226. $1311.32 to Edward ©’Donnell claim No. 22$. $4.50 to Commonwealth Roofing Co., claim No. 290. $13.14 to Collins, Lavery & Co., claim No. 286. $212.50 to Rensalaer Mfg. Co., claim No. 307. , , XT $239.58 to Frederick Roes, claim No. $8.75 to Union P7rinting Co., claim No. 383. , „ $8.70 to Union Printing Co., claim No. 384.' $15.15 to Union Printing Co., claim No. 385. $255.96 to A. Pi Smith Mfg. Co., claim No. 704. „ , . $231.99 to A. P. Smith Mfg. Co., claim No. 705. > „ ; . XT $3 to Thee. Smith & Son, claim No. 706. $57 ta C. Steck & Son. claim No. (11. $185 to Evening Journal Association, claim No. 909. $135 to Jersey City Neiws, claim No. 1514. „ „ (Charge Water Account, A. & E.) $165 to C. Steck & Son. claim No. (Charge IV a ter Account. P. & RJ (C.) July 6, 1905—That $1,2/8.91 be paid to E. Connolly, retained percentage on account of contract No. 1415 for re construction of sewer. Charge Reconstruction of Bay Street Sewer. ., (IX July 6, 1905.—Ordering paid the following da ms:— $36.85 to C. Steck & Son. claim No. 710 Charge Spl. Acct., April, 1905, Sup plies. „ $4.00 to Edw. Kelly, claim No. 250. $1.25 to John A. Yill. claim No. 12i. Charge Spl. Acct.. May. 1905. Supplies $85.0© to J. Dickson & Bro., claim No. 168. Charge Spl. Acct., June, 1905, Sup plies. (E) Julv 6, 1905.—That $22.00 be paid ! to Barber Asphalt Paring Co., for re | pairs to asphalt pavements as indicated in bill. April. 1905. claim No. 663. Charge Repairs t,o asphalt pavements. (F) July 6., 190S.—Ordering paid the following claims:— $10.55 to John A. Yill, claim No. 126. $33.00 to I‘. Ginnovsn, cltfim No. 206. $427.51 to A. A. Griffing Iron Co., claim Ny. 207. $6:71 to PuWic Service Corporation of N. J;. claim No. 208. *9.25 to Edw. Kelly, claim No. 255. $57.09 to Collins, Lavery & Co., claim No. 292. $26.61 to Collins. Lavery & Co., claim No. 294. $192.90 to United Elec. Co. N. J., , claim No. 386. ■ $15.35 to Ehrgott & Eekhoff. claim No. 908. , $08.55 to C. Steck & Son, claim No. 700. $18.89 to Edw. O’Donnell, claim No. 277. 915.62 to Public Service Corporation of N. J., claim No. 211. $11.99 to Public Service Corporation 1 of N. J., claim No. 210. $>7.25 to Washburn Bros. Co., claim No. 500. ’ (ft) July 10, 1905.—Ordering $500.00 . ystid to John Nolan on account of Con tact No. 1465 for repaying of Grand street, from Mill Creek to Commuuipaw avenue. Charge Grand Street Repaving. (Hi July 10. 1905.—That $350.00 be paid to Bernard Gannon, claim No. 211. Charge Repaving Intersection Rose avenue. McAdoo avenue, etc. (II .Tulv 10. 1905.—Ordering paid the following claims:— $24.(X) to Evening Journal Assn., claim No. 924. $24.00 to Jersey City News, claim No. 1518. Charge Newark Avenue Repaving. (J) July 10. 1905.—Ordering paid the I following claims:— $2.10 to Jersey City Suppl Co., claim No. 1538. $24.00 to Henry Byrne, claim No, 665. Charge Spl. Acct., June, 1005, Sup plies. (Kl July 10. 1905.—Ordering paid the following claims:— $22.80 to Evening Journal Assn., claim No. 018. $22.20 to Jersey City News, claim No. 1516. Charge Grove Street Rrpnving. (L) July 10, 1905.—Ordering paid the following claims:— $50.00 to R. J. Roberts, claim No. 312. $12.50 to Jersey City Supply Co., claim-No. 1540. Charge Public- Grounds and Buildings. Requesting moneys to pa Commission ers and Clerk. . From the Board of Health:-— For; moneys required for 1905-1900. Received and referred to tii Commit tee of the Whole. - From the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, passed June 17. 1905:— 1.—Awarding to the Uvalde Asphalt Paving Co. the contract for improvement of Bergen avenue. Myrtle avenue to Boulevard. (Estimated cost. $20,141.20: on city, $10,072.70.) 2— Ordering paid Grand street repav ing claims. 3— Ordering paid May and June sup ply claims (2 re*.). 4— Ordering paid certain water ac count claims (3 res.). Received and referred to the Commit tee on Coneucurrent resolutions. REPORTS OF STANDING COMMIT TEES. Mr. Perry, of the Committee on Fi nance, presented the following resolu tions:— 1— Resolved, That a warrant be or dered drawn on the City Treasurer for the sum of $25,000 in favor of Stephen M. Egan. County Collector, on account 61 county taxes. 2— Resolved. That warrants be order ed drawn on the City Treasurer in favor of that officer, to be deposited to'the credit of August, 1905, interest, as fol low*:— On General Account.$58,040 00 On Water Account. 14,025 00 3— Resolved, That warrants be order ed drawn on the City Treasurer in favor of that officer for the sum of $69,705.55, to transfer said amount from Liquor Li cense Account to Bond Account, to pay the following bonds issued ' on School Account;— 4 per cent. Furnishing No. 11. bonds due on demand, amounting to...... $14,705 55 4 per cent. Additions, etc., to Schools Nos. 8. 9. 12, etc., bonds due option of the city 55,000 00 4— Resolved, That a warrant be order ed drawn on the City Treasurer to trans fer the sum of $ ,294.0 from Leiuese moneys to the credit of. the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, to be used to pay for labor ' and material on paved street* in July, 1905, to wit;— Salaries . 91,794.00 Supplies .. 500.00 ”! '" $2,294.00 5— Resolved. That a warrant le or dered drawn ou the City Treasurer for $1,000.00 to transfer said sum from L q uor License monies to the credit of the Boardif Street and Water Commissioners eo be used to repair asphalt streets where guarantees have expired, in accordance with the, requests of said-Board, adopted May 8 and July 6, 1905. 6— -Resolvbd, That a warrant be order ed' drawn on the City Treasurer to traas - -'L’SJM1. ^ ■>. hW - * fer the sum of $350,00 from License monies to the credit of the Boaml oj; Street and Water.Cotnmixaiotiers to; pay for repaving intersection at Hose avtuue and Lung street. 7— Resolved, That upon the report* of the Corporation Counsel aud City Comp troller, a warrant bo ordered di-awn on the City Treasurer in favor of Robert. \ om Cleft for $397.04, being amount of surplus resized upon the Tax Sale, un der Chapter 112 of the Laws of ISHtJ. atid tin- supplements thereto, made by the Cty Collector on Aprif 2(1. 19041, of Lot 31. Block 881-882, Hudson Boule vard. over aud above the sum as ad lust ed due the city, with iuterest, cost'and disbursements. 8- -Reso!ved. That upon the reports ot the Corporation Counsel aud Citv Comptroller.- a warrant be ordered dra wn , ,, tv TJe»»«w in favor of 'fl'iji of Pso>-nh!14T nf°' .j!8-****• being amount ot sutplus retltzed upon tin —Tav under Chapter 112 of the Laof and the supplements thereto, made br the .(uty ( ollector on April 28. 1204 of in!l In’ B ',rik JJ'> ^'oll,"*hia avenue, over cbv wnT the Nl,m as :"ij»st«l dm. the meats ‘ !Ut<“rest’ *'0'st ““<1 disbilrse ..9—Resolved, That upon the reports of the Lo^orat.on Counael and and Citv ariVs amt°lk|' -°f 4 le CuI1«»ittee on S4i ini resobathms-^ *he *P Peter F- Csvauagh, Ve'aim isiol10 t0 J‘ a Supply Co- claim No. to Bunn, claim No. l';o claim Xo.t920EV€UinS Jw,rnal claim No. V™'"'* JlJU,'ual Alisn" claim'Xo.t922EeTe!ji"K J°m'Ual A,“n" claim'Xo. 921 EV"ni"K J°UrnaI Ai,su claim No. »15ETening JouniaI A*»“ 15257'10 t0 •Te' sey City x'ws. claim No. 15|i7-10 to Jersey City weNs, claim Xo. 1534°'10 t0 Jersey City Xen’s- claim Xo. 1509®'80 4° Jersfy Ci4y Xews- claim Xo. 1 $l«.3° to Jersey City News, claim No. $341.25 ,to Rensselaer Mfg Co., claim AO. .11H. to Rensselaer Mfg. Co., claim Xo. 310. $20.2t> to Rensselaer Mfg. Co., claim No. 309. $23.83 to Collins, Laverv & Co., claim No. 298. $162.70 to Jersey City Supply Co., claim No. 1539. Charge Walter Account. The report was received and the above resolutions were adopted by vote of all the members of the Board on the call for the ayes and noes tty the President. I The Committee on Salaries and Claims reported recommending the adoption of the following resolution:— Resolved. That warrants be orde el drawn on the City Treasurer in pay ment of the following claims:— $25.00 to Jas. N. Braden for services indexing records First District Court, July. 1905. $25.00 to Frank Meyer for services Marshal First District Court, July, 1901. $25.00 to J. A. Braden tor services Assistant Clerk First District Court. July. 1905. $4(5.00 to B. France Marrou for ser vices Deputy Clerk First District Court, July. 1905. Charge Public Bath Account. $100.<K> to Titos. <}. Henderson f'< services Comptroller’s Office, July. 1905. $109.00 to Robert Ambry for serv ces | Collector’s Office, July. 1905. ! Charge Salary Account. $100.00 to Flnvd- Ramsey for services Collector’s Office. July. 1905. Charge Personal Tax Collections Ac count. $55.90 to Robert Carey for expenses Corporation Attorney. June. 1805. $49.50 to Harry Lane for services L iw Department. June 17-Jnly 15, 1605. $1.39 to Pst-.il Tel. Cable Co. for str vice. June, 1905. Charge Claims Account. The report was received and adopted by vote of all the members of the Board oil the call for the ayes and noes by the i President. , ' l.—Resolved. That warrants be order ed drawn on the City Treasurer in pay ment of the salaries of Mayor and eth ers for tile month of July, 1905. amount ing to #4,738.30. 2,—Resolved. That a warrant be or dered drawn on the City Treasurer in favor.,of Edward Mirabau for $30.-10 (int. $2.16. 1903: $0.79. 19041. for rtu plieate payment of taxes for 1903 and 1904 on Lot 14. Block 722A. Ogden ave nue. paid July 8. 1905. being duplicate of payment made May 24, 1905. and that the Citv Collector cancel the same. .3.—Resolved. That a warrant be or dered drawn on the City Treasurer in favor of Esl. of .Tames H. Whltelegge for $20.00. for overpayment of taxes for ton and Seidler streets, paid .Tune 27. 1905. and that the City Collector correct the same. 4.—Resolved. That a warrant be or dered drawn on the City Treasurer in favor of Isabella Norris for $10.00 for overpayment of Improvement jCavoaia -.avenue. Summit avenue to Boulevard, on Lot K. Block 584. Pavouia avenue, paid December 28, 1899. and that thy Citv Collector correct the same. The above resolutions were received and adopted by vote of all the members of the Board oil the call for the ayes and noes by the President. The Committee on Printing. Station ery and Supplies reported recommending the adoption of the following resolution: Resolved. That warrants he ordered drawn on the City Treasurer in payment of the following claims:— $15.00 to Underwood Typewriter C'o„ for supplies for Board of Finance, June, 1905. $7.00 to E. W. Ballinger, “Bullingers “Monitor” to July 1. 1900. Charge “Claims” Account. The report was received and the above resolution was adopted by vote of all the members of the Board oil (lie call for the ayes and noes by the Presi dent. REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMIT TEES. The Special Committee on Baths re ported recommending the adoption of the following resolution:— Resolved. That warrants be ordered drawn on the City Treasurer in payment of the following claims:— $44.00 to Mackey Young & Co., for coal for Baths, June. 1905. $20.95 to United Elec. Co., for ser vice. Baths, June, 1905. Charge ‘‘Public Bath”' Account. The report was received and the above resolution was adopted by vote of pll the members of the Board on the call tor the ayes and noes by the President. ' Mr. Perry, of the Special Committee on Baths, presented the following reso lution :— Resolved, That warrants be ordered drawn on the City Treasurer in payment Of tile salaries of employees. Public Baths, for July. 1905. when due;— 0 $100.00 to Michael Woolever, Supt, ' $60.00 to Samuel Elvis, Janitor. $60.00 to Jas, L. MuGrevy, Attendant. $00.00 to Peter Barden, Fireman. $00.00 to Michael Kelly, Fireman. $41.6(1 to Kate McGuinness, Mat rot. $40.00 to Rose Doherty, Attendant. Charge “Public Bath” Account. The above resolution was received and adopted by vote of all the members of the Board on the call for the ayes and noes by the President. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. Motions, etc. Mr. Brock moved that when the Boa -d should adjourn it he until Monday, July 31. 1905. at 3 P. M. Adopted. On motion of Mr. Pa«<|t. thg Boa d then adjourned, FORREST A. HEATH, —* Clerk. v BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF JER SEY CITY. Official Proceed mgs.) Regular meeting hi 'fffr'kL'ity Hall, Timsduv. June 20. 190.1. In tlie absence of the President, the Board was called t« ottler1 by the City Chrk at 8:40 o’clock P. M. Present—All tho members of the Board, excepting President Brock and 'Aldermen AllattMce. Barfy. Calnon, Chester, (inttjf. 1)order and Prout. Alderman Hhceby was absent at the j calling of the roll.1 Hint krib*iNjuently a p . pea red and took Ids seat. ■ On niotion of Alderman Roe, Alder- j man Hart was appointed President pro teinnom * The minutes of the regular meeting of May 1((. 1905, were approved as en grossed. PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS, j ETC. Petitions, etc,, were presented, reeeiv- ■ ed a ml disposed of as follows:— .1 A communication from the Jersey City Peddlers’ Association, enclosing reso li tmus adopt ad by said association «.n the 11th itist.. recommending the passage of a further ordinance relative to peddling, etc.', was presented1, received ami refeir- i j ed to rite Committee on Trade Licenses, j Communication front H. Roberts. Sec- ; rotary of X. J. Chanter of Architects ■ enclosing resolutions adopted by said association, that the various municipali ties throughout the State appoint com missions 'to draft adeouate building codes, etc., was present**) received and referred to the Committee on Laws and j Ordinances. Communication from Secretary of Hudson City Business Men’s Aosocia- 1 Goa relative to appointment of shade i tree commission. Ordered filed. Applications for six (6) peddler and one (1) auctioneer’s license. (See reports suhsenuentlv tatntle.) Referred to Committee on Trade Licenses:— PRESENTATION OF CLAIMS. ! Claims were presented, received and ; disposed of a* folihws:— Of John .Tficiifmann. 8138: Nicholas i Kelletier. $137.25: John McGninuess, SI59.25: William J. Moran. $130; J. Mul- 1 dean. $85.52; Martiu CVFlaherty. $38: ! William E. Ormsbv. $10: Reynolds vt Sheehan, $74.50; John Siebert & Soil, $184*25. | Referred to Committee on Alms. Of Public Service Corporation of N. .T.. $19.58 and United Electric Co. of N. ! J.. $100.92. ", I Referred to Committee on Baths and 1 Armories. Of Edward Hoos Sr. Son. $31(5.50: Joseph Locke, $28, and John IT. Masker, $2(5. * Referred to Committee on District ivAurtu ■ Of L. F. Bleber. $25 and T. W. Leake. $27. Referred to Committee on Laws and Ordinance*. Of .Tersev Oitv News. $28.80 and $11.75. Referret) to Committee on Printing, i Stationery and Supplies. OFFICERS COMMUNICATIONS. A communication front the Board of Finance requesting estimates of appro priation for year ending N vember 30. 1908. was nr.seated. reeeiv d and referr- I ed to Committee on Finance. 1 A communiontion from the Clerk of i the Board of Finance stating that the suut of $(500 had been transferred from | “Fees District Courts” account to credit of Board of Abiermejl' ftif' \pa of Die-I tyict Courts, aitd tile sAin$',wH? received and ordered filed. ‘ The report of the ffispWtw? of Build ing fur May. 1905, showing the number of permits issued for the erection, exten sion or altera'finn of bttijSipgs valued a* follow* was presented, read and or dered filed: First Ward . 14 $37,097 Second Ward . 7 25.485 j Third Ward . 12 70.871 j Fourth Ward ..'. 7 4,300 ; Fifth Ward . 12 5.000 : Sixth Ward . 4 4.300 Seventh Ward .. 12 17,200 i Eighth Ward . 31 951700 , Ninth Ward . 22 49.740 Tenth Ward . 19 41.150 Eleventh Ward . 10“ 21.200 Twelfth Ward . 12 ~ 17.250 Total . 02 $389,683 The Inspector of Bui blinks reported seven (7) 'Applications for permission to extend, alter t|hH repair WU'djjigs; and the same were’received ail'd '’refer eii to . the Contjoittee on Laws aiid Ordinnn REPORTS OF STANDING COM MITTEES. The Committee on Finance reported 'tjjje following resnlntiou:—■ Resolved, That warrants 'be drawn on the City Treasurer in favor of the following named persons for the pay ment of salaries for June, 1905, when due. vis: * M. J. ©’Donnell. City Clerk... $41‘<.'*0I B: A. Vreelaud, Cjty Marshal,. 125,09 E. J. Hewitt, Overseer of the Poo .V. 133.00 | George Murray. Assistant Over seer of the Poor. 83.33 John Saul. Inspect or of Build ings .. 125.00 j A. E. Ilofde, Inspector of Sea lew. etc. 83.33 j Charles L. Carri k. Judge First District- Court. 3153,33 J, X, Braden. Clerk First. DIs frlet Court. . ,, , .. 100.66 James S. Erwin. .Judge Second Di-krict Court.333.33 J. J. Ervyiii. Clerk Second Dis trict Court. 166.66 < Adolph E. Muller, Clerk to In spector of Bui]dings. 100.CQ The report was received. The resolu- | tion was adopted by the following vote, : tiie yeas and nays having been ordered! and taken:— Yeas—All the members present, six teen (id) in nunRjar. The Committee on Laws and Ordin ances reported the following resolution | on netitipus reported at this and previous I meetings:-— Resolved. That fhe Inspector of Build ings is liMebv authorised to issue a per mit to Fepee Rahnondo to raise 2-story frame. No. 1S8 Merselea street, unking It 18x33 a mil 33 feel high. The report was received. The resolu tion was adopted by the following vote, tlio yeas and nays having been ordered and taken:— 1 Yens—All the members present, six teen (10) in number. Resolved. Tlmt the Inspector of BnibL ings is hereby directed to refuse permits \to the following named persons:— Manners Estate to make altera) iotas and repairs to frame buildings Nos. 75 and Tt Newark avenue. Caroline Krause to put in new store front and make general repairs in build ing 74 Newark avenue. The reports were received, The reso lutions were adopted by the following vote, th* veils and nays having been or dered anl taken:— Yeas—All fhe members present, six teen (10) in number. The Committee on Trade Licenses re ported the following resolutions on Ap plications reported at this meeting:— Resolved., That a license as an auc tioneer be issued by the Mayor and City Clerk, under the corporate seal of the city. toiHayry T. Nugent. .L Resolved, ' That license' to peddle goods, wares and merchandise in Jersey City be issued by! the May'fl# and City f Clerk, under the corporate' seal of the city, to Maks Dembitzer, David Swarfs, Wm. J. McMahan,John 0’0«no«ll, John Cox and John' }?r«e», Jf, * The reports' Were received and the resolutions adopted. (To Be Continued.) ’’ ’ id' CREDITORS OF JAMES' COfc'GH'LIN, DE ceased, are, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County; dated July 19. 1906, upon ap plication of the subscriber, notified tQ br}ng In their debt*, demands $nd claims against hjs MjAtf. wnfcin nine moptba from above DAVID F. EDWARDS, . A#m(aJ«trator with will annexed. SHERIFF’S SALE — HUDSON CIRCUIT Court. - v, Christian Feigenspan, a Corporation, vs Katie Ktmolt or Katie Kunold. On contract. Ft. fa. St.c. Returnable May Terg*, 1905. John F. Marion, Ry vlrliie of the hbove (Hated writ, to me directed and delivered, * I have, levied upon and shall sell by public vendue, at F. C. i W Alberts Real Estate Salesroom, No. 47 I Montgomery street, Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the thirty-first day of August, i next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, all the i eight, title and estate rtf th* %> named de- ; fendant, Katie Kunolt or Kunatf**Tn and to all the following described lanHr and premises, with the appurtenances, that is! to say: All that certain lot of lasd and premises, i situate, lying and being in Jersey City, in the - County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, which on the Official Assessment Map of Jer- 5 sey City, 1894. made by L. D. Fowler, is 1 known, laid down and designated as lot let- 1 tered N. In Block number 428, fronting and : facing on the southerly side of Railroad Ave- - nue as shown on said map. Dated July 21, 1900. JOHN ZELLER, J. CT Herald and J. C. News. Sketiff. SHERIFF’S SALE—IN CHANCERY OF NEW Jersey. Between'the Hoboken Bank for Saving*, In the City of Hoboken, Complainant, and Wil liam Dielmann. et ux. et ala, defendants. Fi. Fa. For Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Returnable October Term, 19*5. John R. Spohr, Solicitor. By virtue of the above stated writ, to me directed and delivered, I shall sell bv public vendue at F. C. Woibert’a Real Estate Sales room. 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City on THURSDAY, the fourteenth day of September A. D.. 1995, at two o'clock In the afternoon, all the follow ing described land and premises, with the ap purtenances, being the same described In sa'd writ, that is to say':— ■ All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land and premises, situate, lying and being in the City of Hoboken, In the County of Hudson, and State of New Jersey, and which Is mare particularly described as follows .to wit:— Commencing at a point in the easterly line of Garden street one hundred and fifty U5tn feet northerly front the northeasterly corner of Gar den and Ninth atreets, and running thence northerly and along the easterly line of Gar den street twenty-five (25) feet; thence east erly and parallel with Ninth street one hun dred (1*0) feet; thence southerlv and parallel with Garden street twenty-five (23) feet and thence westerly and parallel with Ninth street one hundred (109) feet, to the point or place of beginning. Being the same premises con veyed to said William Dlelman by one Mar garet ta Field and husband, by deed" dated July 29, 1902. JOHN ZELLER, Sheriff. Dated August 3. 1905. J. C. News and Daily Dispatch. SHERIFF'S SALE—IN CHANCERY OR New Jersey. Between Annie I. Knapp, complainant, and Richard O’Donnell et ah, defendants. Fi. fa. hoc ,-aie of mottga.--a pranas**. Returnable October Term, 19*5. Edwin G. Adams, solicitor. By virtue of the above suttod writ, to me directed and delivered, I *hal! *all by publl* vendue at F. C. Wolbert's Real Brtat* Sales room, ?so. 47 Montgomery street. Jersey City, on THURSDAY, the fourteenth day of Septem ber, A. B.. 1906. at two o’clock In the afternoon, all the fair lowing described land and premiss*, with the app-rzerances. ■ being the same described la eald writ, that la to say; All tract or parcel of lands and premises situate, lying and being In the City of Jersey City. In the County of Hudson, and State of New Jersey, together with the buildings th-r on erected and those then In the course of erec tion, which on a certain mav entitled "Mat of- the 13th. 14th. 15th and 16th Wards of Jer sey City, formerly the City of Bergen, Hudson County. New Jersey." made bv John B Cul ver, City Surveyor. 1870. and duly filed in the office of the Register of Hudson Countv ns lot number (9) in Block numbered five "hun dred and sixty-seven (667), as shown on said map. JOHN ZELLER, Dated, August 7th., 1906. J. C. News and Dally Dispatch. SPECIAL MASTER’S SALE—IN CHANCERY of New jersey. « Between Silas C. Baldwin, et ala., Complain ants, and Catherine O’Brien, et als., Defend j ants. j On Bill for Partition. Decree for Sale. ! Vredenburg-h, Wall & Van Winkle, Solicitors | for Complainant. By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chan 5®^y ^ew Jfcrsey» made in the above en ; titled cause on the Twentieth day of June, i nineteen hundred and five, directing a sale of all and singular the premises mentioned and described in said decree. I. Joseph D. Bedle, Special Master in chancery or the State of New Jersey, shall sell at public vendue to the highest bidder, on MONDAY, the Twenty-eight day of August, nineteen hundred and five, * $,W0-_0 c*oc*< m the afternoon, at the office of F. C. Wolbert. No, 47 Montgomery street, m the city of Jersey City, Hudson County. New Jersey, ii! such portions as*shall seem to me most for the interest of the pa’rties, all the following lands and premises, being the same described in said decree for sale, to wit:— All that certain tract or parcel of land and premises, with the three-storv brick dwelling house erected thereon, situate, lying and being ln }h£ clty of Jers«y City, County of Hudson and State of New Jersey, bounded and de scribed, as follows:— Beginning at a point in the westerly line of Coles street, distant sixty-three ($3) feet three ■ inches southerly from the southwesterly corner of south Fourth (now Fifth) street and. Coles street; thence (J) running westerly par allel with South Fourth (now Fifth) street., to. through and beyond a party wall standing partly on the premises herein conveyed and partly on the premises adjoining southerly thereto uaventy-ftye (75) feet; thence (2) north erly parallel witft Coles street fifteen (15) feet nine (9) inches: thence (3) easterly parallel with South Fourth (now Fifth) street, to, through and beyond a party wall standing partly on the premises herein conveyed and partly on the premises adjoining northerly ■ thereto seventy-five (75) feet to Coles streeef thence (4) southerly along the westerly line of Coles street 'fifteen (13) feet, nine (9) inches to the place of beginning, the respective paryy, walls to be sustained, repaired ftr rebuilt/at the joint expense of the owners thereof. Also all those two certain pieces or/fh.reela of land with the buildings thereon^ situate lying and being in Jersey City, in the Count? of Hudson and State of New Jersey, bounded and described as follows:— Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Pavonia avenue fifty (50) feet westerly from the northwest corner of Pavonia avenue (for merly called Prospect avenue) and Baldwin avenue (formerly known as Summit street); thence running northerly at right angles to said Pavonia avenue one hundred (100) faet; thence_ westerly parallel with Pavonia avenue fifty (50) feet: thence southerly parallel with the first course herein and along the line oi land now or late of Andrew G. I. Cadmus, one hundred (100) feet to the northerly side, of Pa vonia avenue: and thence easterly along the northerly side of Pavonia avenue fifty (59) feet to the point or place of baghmlng. Also all that lo? of land senate in the Fourth Ward Pf Jersey City, in the County of Hud son and tftate of New Jersey, which on Man gin’s map of Harslmus. filed in the Bergen County Clerk's office, is known as No. 13 in block 225. described as follows:— Beginning at a point on the northerly side of South Fourth street distant oiie hundred and seventy-five (175) feet easterlj' from th% northeasterly corner of said street and Mon mouth street; thence (1> running northerl? parallel with Monmouth street nlntdv-flve (95) feet to a certain passage-way ten (l©> feet in width running through the middle of said block parallel with and equi-distant from South Third and South Fourth streets: thenov (3) easterly parallel with South Fourth street twenty-five (25) feet; thence , .1) southerly par. alls! with Monmouth street ninetv-flve (95) feet to South Fourth street; thence (4) westerly along the northerly side of South Fourth street twenty-five (25) feet to the -place of beginning, including Jhe estate and interest In dower of the defendant. Catherine O'Brien, widow ot Jame* J. O'Brien, deceased, in the said prem. ises. and the inchoate right of dower of the cominpiainanl, Adeline E. Baldwin, wife of the said, pfimplalnanf. dllas o. Baldwin, and the inchoate right of dower of the defendant. An nie O'Brien, wife of the defenda'nt. .Tames T. C'Brlen. in the said prfemites, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appur tenances to the said premises belonging or in anvwise appertaining. Dated July 27th, 1903. JOSEPH D. BEBDE, Special Master in Chancery of S,w Jersey, MASTER'S SALE OF LAND-IN CHAN cery of New Jersey. Between Mabel A. Russ, et al. Complain ants, and George L. Ward, et al, Defendants. On Partition and Order of Sale. John F. Marion. Solicitor. By virtue of an order of sale made by the Court of Chancery in the above entitled cause bearing date May 2. 1905. J, the subscriber! one of the Special Masters of the said Court, will expose to sale at public vendue, on THURSDAY, the twenty-fourth day of August, 1905 at two o'clock In the afternoon of said day, at the corner of Cator and Rutgers avenues, in the City of Jersey City, Hudson County, All those certain pieces and parcels of land situate, lying and being in the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson and Stale of New Jer sey, and are known and laid out on a certain map made (or J. H- Gautier, t*S5, which map is known as Map 1, said map being on file In the Office of the Register of the County of Hudson and are known and distinguished on the said map a# lots numbered six (6), seven (7), eight (S) and nine (9), in block two <21, said lots being on Rutgers avenue; also lots fourteen (14) and fifteen (15). In block five (5) on said map, said two lots being on Earl street; in cluding the estate and Interest and curtesy of the defendant, George L. Ward, husband of Mary, A, Ward, deceased, i« the said prem ises, and including also the inchoate right of curtesy of CTarwna* A, Russ, husband of Mabel A,' Russ, and Indicate right of curtesy of Anthony F, Camera, husband of the com plainant, Beatrice Camera. Conditions made known on day at salt. Dated July 25, 1905. CHARLES J. ROE, Special Muter in Gteacsry of New J wif, . i 0£i»OLi *,(h m* i_ ___ - ..£*'er4 by vi -WPRI&MT ' REFRNE8ATSIIS, $4.10 '-» U» MAS* UPEIiOT PIA5T0S, $149" ©0 r"'" ' • A LITTLE B0WN AND A LITTLE EVE1Y WEEK WILL DO WONDERS TOWAI® BRIGHTENING IIP WlHi HOME. FOR THE PARLOR . -Pf t Parlor Suit .. 2 P r L*C* ^ M M M ) FOR THE DINING ROOM^” * Extension Table ^ * - - 6 Cane Seat Chairs .. AA i5 Yards Carpet . w ] Vl | H i Oak Sideboard . ) ZlJCiVV I Couch u. tw m m m ) .. . FOR THE BED ROOM 2® Yards Matting ” ) STEINWAY andgoodher P 1 i ■ i , ■ m ■ Mullins & Newark Ave. and Grove St _ _ ___RAILROADS Pennsylvania RAILROAD ihestandardrailrqadopameric* Trains leave Jersey City as follows;— In eilect June U, 150s. „ .. FOR the west. f:1? A- M. Chicago special. U.ll A. M. ST. LOUIS LIMITED. For Cia . clnnatl and St. Louis. U.14 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. 23 hours to Chicago. 2.14 P. M. CUi., CLv, aND ST. LOUIS EXP 2.14 P. M. THE PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL.' IS hours to Chicago. 5.15 P. 11. CHICAGO LIMITED. 5.15 P. II. ST. LOUIS AND CINCIN EXP «•« P- M. WESTERN EXPRESS/ S.14 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS P• M. tu \ E. AND CINCINNATI vyp 10.15 P. M. PITTSBURG SPECIAL 1 EXP' BALTIMORE. WASHINGTON AND THE .F2r.-BaUltnore‘ Washington and the South at S.L, 5.44. *9.45, *10.18, *11.16 A. If. ' 12 44 I. 14, 2.34, *3.44, *3.45, *4.45, *5.25 and 9.44 p* •an? Ha30 ni^ht. On Sunday, 8.44 *9 45 II. lb A. M., 12.44, *1.14, *3.44 4* *4 anci 12.30 night. SpUlHERN RAILWAY—Express, 1.14 3.45 and 4.4o P. M., 13.30 night dally. aUiuodK \ v Elv.\ RAILWAY.— ! ?0F, ^-emPhis and New Orleans, 3.45 p \V | daily. ** Mclid S-Tlp.0^dL“NE~E**re“- 9« A 5&260i?.10M.RaV,^'AY-8'n A SEABOARD AIR LINE.—Express 12 31) A. M. and 12.41 P. M. dally. 1 FOR PHILADELPHIA. Express for Philadelphia. 6.24 > 7 44 7 it **.15. 3.17. S.44, 6.13. *9.45, *10 162 (Sc' iIuG W (Pennsylvania Limited). H*.- A. M.; 12.15» 12.44, *1.14, *2.14, 2.34. 3.1o. *3.4o. 4.1o, 4.44. *4.45, 5.18, /*5 15 (Qhloaco Limited). *5.25. *6.14, *6.18, 7.14./s. 14, 8.44 9 44 <10.15 for Philadelphia only) H m 1“ 30 and ' 12.33 night. Sunday. 6.26. A.lo, S.44' *9 « *1.16 (St. Louis Limited). 10,17. ill.14. (Penn sylvania Limited), *11.16, S.14, f*4. 9.44 10 15 n.M. *3H5 4.15. *4.45. 5.13. *5.15 (Chicago Urn Red). *o.2o, *6.14. *6.18. S.14. 6.44. 9.44 (10 15 12rs3N£rghtPhiladelDh‘a' °nIy> P' M” 13'30 and For Atlantic City, 10.14 A.‘if. and 3.14 p M through Vestibuled Trains, Buffet Parlor Cars' Passenger Couch and Combined Coach week days, S.14, through Vestibuled Train with Pull man Parlor. Pining, and Smoking Cars and wide Vestibuled Coaches, A. M Sundays For Atlantic City via Delaware River Bridge Route. 7.44 A. M.. 2.14,and S.13 P M week-days; 6.23 A. M. and 6.13 P. M. Sun- ! days. For Cape May 13.33. 10.13 (Saturdays only) 1 A. M, and 1.14 P. M. week-days; 12.33 A M i Sundays. ' For Long Branch. Anbury Park, Ocean : Grove. Point. Pleasant and Intermediate sta- ! tlone, via Rahway, week-days, 4.00./9.15 A. M i ».«. 1.4» 3.4J. 3.62. 4.42 (except ling Branch) and 5.23 P. M. On Sunday. 8.'43. 9:42. 11.12A. M., -and 3.16 P. M. (Stop at North Asburv for Aabury Park or Ocean Grove on Sunday.) •Pining car. The New York Transfer Company will call for snd check baggage from Vnd to‘hotels and residences. W. W. ATTERBTTRT^ J. * WOOD. Gen 1 Marvi-er. Pass’r Traffic Mgr. i GEOt W. BOYD. ‘ General Passenger Agent. 1 AMEC I DOCTOR LaFRANCO'S SMIflCdi PEHI8B1CAL COMPOUND inkssm&mt j OMUIU UFRAKCO 0> C1X, PhUMs.. fe ] “ ZdDS. TMM Steamers Eastern States aad'Wsaiere States 1 The DIRECT and POPULAR I ROUTE to POINTS WEST DAILY SERVIcITMAY lOth Improved Express Servica’Ui hours) Retire** BUFFALO and BETBOIT Li. Buffalo Daily, 4.30 V. M. It . Detroit, 7.1# A. U. Conoeotingwith Early Morning Tr aj|o;pt» Kortii and West and ,1). <t C. Lin© for apa£yK&i4#cd. Ly. Detroit Dally, 5.00 J>. *. Arifo A. *. Connecting with ail Morning Train# tor Point* East. Rate between Buffalo aed PefcroU #8.60 oae war, #6.50 round trip. Berths ftl.O©, *14*| Stateroom. #3.50 each direction.