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I' f- _»l i Notices of births, eneagomsnts »n0 , ■. ' msrrlsger. 50 cents. Death*. » cents; with notice of Tuners], 00 cents. ' i ♦-* | DEATHS. BAKER—At Orange. N. J December 5, 1910. Edward Baker, beloved hus band of Mary Baker (nee McNeills), age 32. j Relatives and friends, also Lmted Hatters of Orange, are kindly Invited to attend the funeral from hts late | residence, 61 Dodd street, on Wednes day morning, December 7. at 8:15 o'clock, thence to the Holy Name j Chapel, where a Mass of Requiem will be celebrated for the repose of his soul. Interment St. John's Ceme tery. Orange. BANISTER- Entered into rest, on Sat urday, December 3, 1910, Charles F., son of the late Stacy and Margaret Banister and husband of Elizabeth Mason. 39 Eaton place, East Orange. BE RON— Entered into rest, on Tues day. December 6. 1910. the Ret. Futher Maurus Beron, O. S. B., aged 50 years a months. BLL'NK—On December 4. 1910. Emma E. (nee Miscb). widow of Charles Frederick Blunk. in her 80th year. 53 Longview avenue. West Orange. CAMPBELL—At Irvington, X. J., De cember 4. 1910. John Campbell, for merly of Brooklyn. N. Y.. in his S4th year. 2 Linden avenue. CLARK—On December 5. 1910, William Henry, beloved husband of Ann P. Clark, aged S3 years 7 months 19 j days. CONNELL On Tuesday. December 6.; 1910. at her residence. 65 Passaic ave- ; ntjf4. Mary, beloved wife of tlie late • Patrick Connell. _ CORCORAN—Suddenly, at Montclair, on Saturday. Catherine, beloved wife of Michael Corcoran. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 19 William street. On Wednesday. December 7, at 8:30 a. m., thence to Church of Immacu late Conception, where a Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment at Cemetery of Immaculate Conception. j DANIELSON—On Tuesday. December 6. 1910, after a severe and lingering illnecs. at the late residence, 95 South Seventh street, Julius E. Danielson, beloved son of Herman and Caroline Danielson, aged 33 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. DOUGHERTY—At Glen Ridge. N. J.. on December 6. 1910, Mary, widow' of John Dougherty, in her S8th year. FARLEE—On December 4, 1910. at the home of h°r son, William R. Farlee, 15 Heller parkway. Mary S. Farlee, widow of George W. Farlee. in her 71st year. FRANCISCO—At his home. 54 Broad street, on Tuesday. December 6, 1910, _ Frank A. Francisco, husband of Elsie St. John Adams, in his thirty i '“i th year. Notice of funeral hereafter. GARFUNKEL—On Sunday. December 4, 1910. Simon, beloved husband of Betty Garfunkel (nee Rothschild), aged 63 years. Funeral services will be held from his late residence. 158 Bergen street, on Wednesday, December 7, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends, also New-ark City No. 59, O. B. A. and Frauen Verein Naeohsteliebe, are invited to attend. Interment Oheb Sholem Ceme tery. Elizabeth, N. J. Omit flowers, flowers. HAB1G—On Sunday, December 4. 1910, Paul, beloved husband of Sophie | Habig (nee Rand), aged 57 years. 38 | Seymour avenue. HARPER—At his home. 352 Stuyvesant avenue, Irvington. N. J.. on December 5. 1910, Joseph Harper, in his 77th year. HOELER—Suddenly, on December 5. 1910, at her home. 6 Chadwick avenue. Josephln Schr.eider. beloved wife of Frar. C. Heeler, aged 36 years 10 months 26 days. HOFFMANN—On Monday, December 5, 1910, Mildred Hoffmann, beloved daughter of William and Anna Hoff mann (nee Kramer), aged 6 years 1 month 8 days, 17 Peshine avenue. JACKSON—Suddenly, on December 5, | 1910, at his residence. 313 Washington avenue. Levi Coeyman, husband of Alice Jewett Jackson, aged 63 years. JOHNSON—On December 5, 1910, Char lotte Lavina Coeyman. wife of Her man C. Johnson and eldest daughter of Henry G. and Eliza Coeyman. KELLOGG—Susan Kellogg, died Sun day. December 4. 1910, In her 85th | year. KINGSLAND—On December 3, 1910. at her home, 70 Hinsdale place. Ag nes B. Kingsland, mother of Mrs Mae Cross, aged 46 year3. KNOX—On December 4, 1910, Margaret, beloved wife of the late Philip Knox. Relatives, friends and members of the Rosary Society and League of the Sacred Heart are respectfully in vited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 253 Warren street, on Wednesday, the 7th inst., at 9:15 a m., to St. Joseph’s Church, where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment In Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. KOCH—On Monday, December 5, 1910, Mary Koeh (nee Boess), widow of Martin Koch, aged 77 years, 242 Prince street. JVfcEVOY—On December 4, 1910, Mary E.. wife of Joseph M. McEvoy and daughter of the late Michael and Mary Gray. • Relatives and friends are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 198 Bergen street, on Wednesday, the 7th Inst , at 8:30 a. m„ to St. Joseph’s Church, where a Solemn High Mass of Re quiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment In Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. MORRIS—On December 5, 1910, Henry, aaaaHBaHaBaia,M|aaaMBM(|MHBa(aBaaaaBBBMI <• beloved son of Henry and Theresa Morris (nee BannonV; aged 4 years 5 months 160 Kearny avenue, Kearny. NIELSEN—Suddenly, on Monday. De cember 6. 1910, Christian Nielsen, be loved father of Anna Lingerman (nee Nielsen), aged 67 years 7 months 18 days, 52 Peshine avenue. OLIVER—On Tuesday. December 6. 1910, Susan A., beloved wife of the late Charles Oliver. , ONE ALT—Of scarlet fever, at Bloom-j field. N. J., December 3. 1910. Elsie \ May. daughter of George M. and ■ Mattie Ones I y (nec Ernst). 39 Spring street. OSBORNE—On December 4, 1910. Mat- I thias. beloved husband of Mary E. Osborne (nee Lapsley) and son of tbe late Charles and Anna Osborne, 159 Bleecker street. OVER LACK—At Plainfield, N. J.. on December 4, 1910. Alice B. Overlack, beloved wife of Frank P. Hoffman. 22 j Ducr street. Plainfield, N. J. QUINN—On December 5, 1910, at Bridgeport, Conn., formerly of New- ! ark, N. J., Hugh, husband of Cath- ' erine Quinn, and son of Catherine : and the late Hugh Quinn. RITTENAUER—At Jersey City, on j Monday. December 3, 1910, Elizabeth j Rittenauer (nec Trnz), beloved wife f of William Rittenauer, at her late j residence, 247 Virginia avenue. ROSEWARNE—At East Orange, N. J.. j on December 4, 1910, William Earl ; Rosewarne, aged 33 years, 251 Am- i herst street. SMITH—On Sunday, December 4, 1910. , Louise D.. daughter of J. Kendall | and Louise Smith, in the 19th year of j her age, 70 North Fifth street. SMITH—Died, December 5, 1910. at her home in Jersey City, Josephine, wife of Janies F. Smith. SMITH—At East Orange. N. J., De cember 6, 1910, Hampton Bruce Smith, infant twin son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Ward Smith. SWEET—At Lyons Farms, N. J., on Sunday. December 4, 1910, Mrs. Jen nie E. Sweet, in her 67th year. Funeral services will be held at her late residence, 1446 Munn avenue. Lyons Farms, N. J., on Tuesday evening, December 6, 1910. Funeral private at 8 p. m. TEAGER—On Sunday, December 4, 1910. at her late residence. 19 St. Francis street, Anna, beloved w-lfe of * Frederick Yeager. j ,j.- <• Cemeterv Memorials. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2V^c a word; 6 times 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month. - V GEORGE BROWN * CO.. Established ISM. Designers and Manufacture™ of MONUMENTS, TOMBS. VAULTS AND GEN ERAL CEMETERY WORK IN GRAN ITE. GARBLE AND STONB. 279 AND 274 BELLEVILLE ATENUE. Opp. entrance to Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. A-4> I Funeral Directors. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2VjC a word; | 8 times 4Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month. i --v People’s Burial Co., | 380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave. WILL FURNISH FOR $75.00 elegant casket, covered with fine black broad cloth. white or silver gray plush, with massive bar handles, engraved nameplate, lined with silk or satin, outside esse, embalming, adver tising, dressing, sharing, crucifix, candelabra, i gloves, chairs, hearse and three coaches to any ; city cametery. We furnish for $45.00 a funeral that measures up to any trust under taker $1*0.00 funeral. Funeral parlors frse. PHONE 257 BRANCH BROOK. Newark Burial Co., 534 BROAD STREET, Between Bridge and Lombardy streets. For $65.00 we agree to supply Black Broadcloth. White Plush. Imitation Oak Casket. Handles, Plate, Interior Lined Complete, Outside Pine Bo*. Embalming. Newspaper Notice, Use of Rug, Pedestal, Crepe. Camp Chairs, Hearse, Three Coaches any City Cemetery, Services of Funeral Directors. Parlors for funeral in connection. 302°inMarket. 534 Broad J>t. POSITIVELY FIRST-FLASK SERVICE AT reasonable rates. COACHES 1 OR FUNERALS, 14. J. A A. W. HARTli. funef > L r>'RF.rroRS and coach own ers TELEPHONE MARKET 2 OFFICE, 293 SOUTH ORANGE AT. WAREROOMS. 291-293 SOUTH ORANGE AV. JOSEPH J. MANGER. Undertaker and Rmhalmer. Coaches and Ca- •* Chairs to Hire. Tel. 783 Waverly. 4*9 Springfield av. WM. F MULLIN' UNDERTAKER. 22* Lafayette street. Phone 880 Market. FRANK A. FOLEY, Funeral Director and Embalmer, 302 iAfayette st. Phone 673S Market. <♦-----♦ Cemeteries. 1 time V a word; 3 times 2Vio a werd; 6 times 4Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month. | GLEN RIDGE CEMETERY Franklin ar. t. I Joralemon st.. Bloomfield, N. J.; tel. 1&43-J. Bloomfield. Branch office, Newark. Scheuer Bldg.; tel. 3921 Market. •> ----* Lost and Found.. 1 time 1c a word; 3 times 2V£c a word; 8 times 4Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month. LOST -A brown pocketbook, on South Seven teenth at., near Springfield av.; reward. Re turn 218 North Fourth at. ❖-— Storaze. ! 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2Vie a word: 6 times 4Vfcc a word; $1 a line 1 month. JOB DE CAMP, storage, safes and pianos scored |] per month, piano room* steam heatol during winter; furniture stored $1 per month up; locked rooms. Tel. 432 Market. “FEELS FUNNY,” THEN DROPS DEAD. VINELAND, Dec. 8.—David C. Rich ardson, of Paterson, aged 71 years, complained to his wife after eating supper at the Soldiers’ Home that he "feit funny." Richardson began to tremble and inside of three minutes he was dead from heart disease. a_v —-—-❖1 Helo Wanted—Male. 1 time lc a word: 3 times 2T£c a word; . ^ $ times 4^c a word; $1'a line 1 month. ^ j Al'TO SCHOOL OF NEW J ERSEY—Years ot experience 1n auto school work enables us to five the beet practical Instructions st the low est fees: your license obtained sf.er pawing our examinations. Day and evening ciasaes 157 Washing* •’O st.. near Kinney._ BOOKKEEPERS HAHNE ft CO. HBQCIRE tWO ROOK KEEPERS: THOSa. WITH DE PA RT'fENT f TORE EXPERIENCE . PREFERRED. APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT ENGRAVERS wanted on silver toiletware, etc. ; SCHMITZ. MOORE ft CO.. 407 Mulberry «t. | EXPERIENCED outside salesmen: oan easily! make $40 to $50 per week selling a to your friends. Apply S. KOLOFF, 14- Hoe ird st. _ __I MACHINISTS--Firat-claee. eteady ^ort'' ; of-town, no iabor trouble., fail on A ■’ HORNE. Hotel Navarre. __J MESSENGER ROYS- WRAPPERS. HAHNE * CO WANT 50 MESSENGER ROTS AND WRAPPERS APPI.Y TO SUPERINTENDENT. STABLEMAN and handy man to deliver for a baker and confectioner: must be an ear.y iser. 312 Main st.. Orange. STONE-SETTER — First-class stone-setter « wanted. SANSBURY ft NELLIS, 23 Marshall ttreet. __ PLANTED—Fifty men each to own one of our little peach, vegetable and poultry farms at Tillsboro. N. J.: price $95 each: easy terms: let , ne send vou free tickets to look them over. •ESTER L. BROOKS. Suite 53. 156 Market st. ; Hein Wanted—Female. 1 time 1c a word: 3 times l^c a word: j ’ 8 times 4V*jC a word: $1 a line 1 month. | j ;« -.-—-%• WANTED— YOUNG WOMEN FOR TELEPHONE OPERATING. MONTCLAIR. ORANGES. NEWARK. t COURSE IN OPERATORS’ SCHOOL PROVIDED. SALARY N. 26 AND 32 "EP- ITKEK PAID WHILE LEARNING. MUST BE BETWEEN 17 AND 23 YEARS OLD. THE WORK IS PLEASANT AND INTERESTING. BOOMS AIRY AND LIGHT. ADVANCEMENT RAPID , AND POSITIONS PERMANENT. EVERYTHING DONE FOR THE COM- j FORT OF EMPLOYEES. APPLY AT OPERATORS’ SCHOOL. ! t A. M. TO 6 P. M.. S3 BLOOMFIELD AT.. NEWARK. NEW T O r. K TELEPHONE COMPANY CASHIERS-JUNIOR CLERKS. HAHNE * CO. REQUIRE 100 MESSENGER GIRLS AND JUNIOR CLERKS. ALSO , 60 CASHIERS APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT. HEMAL* applicant* of th» Bur.au of Employ ment of the Cftv of Newark, who are dealroua if epeedllv aeeurlnr place, in flret-elaa. fam He* as housekeepers, cook*, chambermaid*. iur*e*. etc., will pleaae call at the bureau’* ; adieu’ reception room, ground floor <front> of he CItv Hall, every afternoon, excepting flatur- ■; !*y*. Sunday* and holidays, between the hours , * 'f 2 and 4. when they will meet ladles needing , heir services No charge for procuring em- j dorment. JTRT.S—Wonted. twenty-flve experienced paper j i box worker* and learner*. FREIDAY ’APER BOX CO.. 282 Bergen st. _ SALESPEOP E. TTAHNE A CO ARE CONSIDERING APPLICATIONS FOR HELP IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON. APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT. IF YOU are !r need of household servants such as housekeepen, cooks, chambermaids, nurses, ttc.. you can Interview applicants of thta City's Bureau of Employment by visiting the bureau's ladles' tecepl.on room on the ground floor ifront! of the City Hall, every afternoon ex cepting Saturdays. Sundays and holldaya, be tween the hours of 3 and 4. The bureau's aarv Ice la free. WANTED—Competent white girl. German cr Swede preferred, for general housework, with or without washing, three In family; good ref erence required. Call 180 Monmouth at., near Clinton av. ft Help Wanted—Male and Female. : time le a word; 3 times t%e a word; I ' time* 4Hc a worfl; 11 a line 1 month. «■ AMATEURS wanted; cas., priies. BROAD, STREET THEATRE. 62* Rroad St. j PIANO PLAYER wanted, flrst-clase. BROAD j STREET THEATRE 520 Broad at. | -❖ ; Situations Wanted—Female. I time lc a word; 3 times 2^c a word; I 6 times a word; $1 a line 1 month. £--—---V 1 Attention Ladies! DO YOU VEFJD HELP? If you are in immediate want of household I servants call Rt the reception room of th« I Bureau of Employment of the City, ground floor front, CITY HAM, BUILDING, EVERY ' AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY, BE 1 TWEEN THE HOURS OF 1 TO 4. where you will find awaiting you experienced GENERA Is HOUSE WORKERS. COOKS. TaAUNDRESSES. NURSES. SEAMSTRESSES, ETC. Also others not skilled but ready and willing to be employed. POLITE LADY ATTENDANTS. Professional Cards. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2tyc a word; I , 6 tlmea 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month. *--.-*-❖ FRAENTZEL & RICHARDS. Patent Law. American and foreign patents, trade-marks and copyright and mechanical engineering. 746-747 Broad st. Phone 2162-W, Market. DRAKE & CO.. Established 1865. Phone 2948 Market. Firemen s Insurance Co. Bldg.. Broad aod Market sts. RUSSELL M. BVFRETT. Tel. 4S8S R, Market. Patent Lawyer and Solicitor. U. S. and Foreign. Cor. Broad and Market. .J,-<• Business Personals. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2*4c a word; j 6 times 4\4c a word; fl a line 1 month. ^ GENUINE diamond rings from 85 n; full Une of holiday gifts and solid gold Jewelry; no bother to show goods; small deposits receiveV. goods held till Christmas. J. NORLAND. 44 MARKET ST. THE world moves, so does JOB Di CAMP— Furniture, safes, pianos, desks, etc.; packing, and shipping a specialty: estimates cheerfully | (riven. Established 1850. Tel. 432 Market. S2-?4 William st. I METAL CEILINGS AND WALLS. arected in all Winds of buildings. J AS. V. MAGUIRE. 813 Halsey st., Newark. STOVES, ranges and heaters; all stoves are guaranteed; stove repairing a specialty. M. RIDDEUMAN. 261 Springfield av.; tel. 1727-L. Market. IF you want to he married quietly, without rice, confetti, hoodlums, etc., there Is Justice ^f the Teace IIOPWOOD. 38 Clinton st. Open svenings till 10. ‘Phone 2305-J, Market. JOBBING done without delay; also factory car pentry; good work; price reasonable. U. HAUCK, ?52 Thirteenth av. Clothing;. r WILL pay high prices for cast-off clothing. Send postal and 11 call. FRANK, 87 Mer ger at. r WILL pay high prices for caat-off clothing. Send postal and 1*11 call. B. COHEN, €0 "anal st. (irleillng and Cutlery* GRINDING and repairing of cutlery, barbers’ J tools and doctors* Instruments. F. LAUTER- ■ fUNG, 110 Springfield av. ! >-K* For Sale. * time 1c a word; 3 times 24,c a word; I ^ 6 times 4V4c a word; 81 a line 1 month. RADIATORS, POT STOVES, CANVAS COVERS. WALSH’B SONS * CO., CLAY AND PASSAIC* STREETS. 'OR RALE-Grocery. Butcher, Candy store for sole cheap. 25 Washington st., Montclair, J. ARTISTIC sign work; lowest prices. HORLE, 128 Market st.. King’s Bldg. Phone 3720-J. Mkt. HJLLY broken English setter, guaranteed to stand his bird. Call 442 Summer av. -- | ;•-y Pianos and Oreans. 1 time 1c a word; 3 times 2^c a word; j € times 4V>c a word; $1 a line 1 month. I :•-—-—* NEW UPRIGHT P7ANOS ONLY 81.00 A WEEK. USED UPRIGHTS. 875. 890. $126. $160. 817R. SPURGE’S, 65 SPRINGFIELD AY. '’IANO—Good tone, excellent condition; also Blnger sewing machine; moving; will sell both or 122. <"all 26>fc Bridge st. 5PIJCNDID piano for sale, good order, worth 175, must sell, for $15. 60 Halsey at. Instruction. 1 time lc a word; 8 times 2^c a word; 6 times 4Mic a word: $1 a line 1 month. ;.-- j NEWARK ACADEMY. Founded 1792. WILSON FARRAND, Head Master, 'borough preparation for any college or scien tific school, or for business life. CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION. ’UPILS wanted to Join a class which meets for three hours on Monday, Wednesday and , ’’rldar evenings to study T^atin, algebra and reometry; 82 per week: Instruction given also In 111 other collegiate subjects. JOS. MEAGHER, 112 Broad. SEWARK BUSINESS COLLEGE 86-92 Park place, near Proctor’s. Call, write or phone for catalogue. -nr tnur A NT national business COLLEGE. One block west if P. O., corner Halsey and Academy streets, ’■atalog and school literature for the asking. Music. 5IANO INSTRUCTION—LEO LuUESMANN, pupil of Gortatowskl, Burmelster and Ix>renz, amoved to 856 South Fourteenth st., Newark; el. 1844-R, Waverly. 3ANJO, Mandolin, Guitar and Violin. A. J. WEIDT, 429 Washington st., cor. Kinney. •-—-^ Business Opportunities. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2V$c a word; 8 times a word; $1 a line 1 month. ---9 BUSINESS PLACES SOLD-If you want to buy or sell see SCHWARTZ'S Business Exchange, 06 Springfield av. Phone 921-L. Market. 3ALOON—Good paying saloon for sale, doing good whiskey trade; good stock; no agent. Address S. T., Box 49, Star Office. k---—-; Wanted—Miscellaneous. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2*£c a word; I | 6 times 4Hc a word; 11 a line 1 month. I I ^- v LISTER'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS. Manufacturers of Fertilizers of all kinds. Bone Black. Glue. Grease. Chemicals, etc. Buyers of Dry Bone and Butchers’ Bone. Con signments solicited. For particulars address LISTERS AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS. 26 Broadway, New Yorti city, and LiBter av., Newark. N. J. JOHN F. KKHOE. President. WE pay the highest prices for old gold, silver, platinum and diamonds. JEWELRY EX CHANGE. 128 Market st., room 206, cor. Halsey. Household Goods. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. CONTENTS OF HOUSES, FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT; CASH QUICK; CONFIDENTIAL. 42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.; PHONE 2071 MARKET. *-—-❖ Medical. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2^c a word; 6 times 4^c a word; |1 a line 1 month. i ►>---—-❖ LADIES DESIRING ADVICE by graduated registered specialist call at MRS. WILLIAMS'S Office, private house, 499 West Twenty-second st.. New York, 2 blocks from Twenty-third Ht. ferry, or 2 blocks from Twenty third st. Hudson Tunnel station. Absolute satis faction guaranteed. Charges moderate. Ad vice free. Office hours. 10 to 4; Sundays, 11 to 4. MRS ALLEN. 74 HUDSON ST., HOBOKEN, N. J. PRIVATE NURSING; CONFINE MENTS; ADOPTIONS. MOTHERS CARE; DOCTOR IN ATTENDANCE; ADVICE FREE; ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED; PRIVATE HOUSE: BIvOf’K FROM LACKA WANNA OR HUDSON TUNNEL STATION. LADLES’ PRIVATE NURSING; confinement cases; trustworthy advice by graduate regis tered specialist: advice free and satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. HARMON, 139 Washing ton st.. Newark; private house; two blocks rear of Hahne’s; office hours dally. 11 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sundays, 2 to 7 p. m. BAY-RO'MA revives and restores the hslr to Its natural oolor. DR. STICKLE, 79 Hal sey st. MIDWTFE—MRS. FRIEDRICH, 49« Springfield av.. top floor; ladles’ specialist; examination free: satisfaction. WRBSEL'S COUGH CORDIAL for coughs, colds and for the throat; whooping cough, diphtheria, hoarseness. •J*-— ' ' Loans—Personal. il time lc a word; 3 times 2V*c a word; 6 times 4V4c a word; |1 a line i month. ----—V 8AJ.ARIED people, wom^n keeping house an 1 others furnished money without security; cheapest rates, easiest tefms; nave money by seeing irue before trading elsewhere. Offices in 68 principal «ities. D. H. TOI.MAN. room 612, 2C8 Washington st. A-----❖ 1 Dwelling Houses to Let. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2*4c a word; j 6 times 4’Ac a word; $1 a line 1 month. ; | •*.-*---V BROAD ST., ,421-3-5—Twenty rooms, gag, »t«am heater; two baths; suitable for man’s lodging house: rent reasonable to responsible party. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. HOUSES within fifteeo minutes’ walk of D., L. and W. R R. station, from. »2B to JW, finest residential section. LOUIS SLHLE» INGER, Union building. _ MT. PROSPECT AV., 831—Seven Ttjome »n« bath, range, heater: rent S22.5#. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. _ NORTH END-Fie; nt comer property; one family house, fourteen rooms and bath;, all Improvements; extra large lot: will rent At a sacrifice. PHILIP J. BOWERS A CO., -89 Market st. _ ORANGE PL., 9—Fourteen rooms; steum heater; two baths; water on third flo?r^J,™’ mediate possession. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. Union building. _ ROSEVILLE—Brick dwelling, seven large, bright room* and bath; every modem con venience; newly renovated; near Central av.; convenient to two trolleys and depot; within walking distance of downtown; rent $-7.50. FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad st. --——-♦ Apartments, Flats and Rooms to Let. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2V£c a word; 6 times 4\4c a word; SI a line 1 month. -’-❖ APARTMENTS!! CAROLYN A CRESCENT!! Murray and Brunswick Streets. One block from Clinton av.. near South Ft. station; five and six beautiful rooms; tiled bath; Janitor service, heat, hot water; special inducements. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad at. APARTMENT C0I/5NIAL! 18 West KJnney Street. Six pleasing rooms, tiled bath, shower; com plete Improvements; Janitor, hot water, heat; special Inducements. FEIST A FEIST, Manag ing Agents, 738 Broad st. APARTMENT of six rooms and bath; steam heat; hot water and Janitor's service; electric lights, gas range, etc.: in clioicj section cf Roseville; close to railroad and trolley; rent $34; references required. PHILIP J. BOWERS A CO.. 189 Market st. _ APARTMENT!! RUDOLPH!! 26-28 West Kinney Street. Seven beautiful rooms, all modern Improve ments; janitor, hot water, heat; special Induce ments. FEIST A FEIST. 738 Broad st._ BELMONT AY.. 462—Six large, light rooms and hath; corner flat; all Improvements; rent lit. and 464, five rooms and bath, $14.50. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad st. __ CLINTON HILL—First floor of two-family house; separate entrar.^es; five rejms and bath; all improvements except heat: r«ntJ18 ,*? small family. THILIP J. BOWERS A CO., 189 Market st. _1 COMMERCE ST., 119—Four large rooms; rent $11. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Bread st. HIGH ST., 194-Upper floor; rent $10. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. HIGH ST., 236—Five large, light rooms, eecond fVor: two-family house; rent $12. FEIST A FETST. 738 Broad st. _ LACKAWANNA AV.. BO-Two floors; rent to respectable colored people; water; small family; rent $10 each. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. _____ ONLY three left out of twenty-two of those handsome apartments In two-family houses, Boston plan, on Park av., just off Prospect st.. East Orange: six and seven rooms and bath; gas and electric lights; separate entrances and steam heaters; extra large lots: rents $30. first; j 135. second. PHILIP J. BOWERS A CO.. 189 : Market st. _j RUTGERS ST.. 6914—Three rooms, $8. Prince st., 233, four rooms. $10. Prince st., 287. one ( room, $4: for desirable colored families. FEIST | A FEIST, 738 Broad Bt. SPRINGDALE AV.—Six rooms and bath; all j modern Improvements; separate entrances and j separate steam heaters: rent $25. FEIST A 1 FEIST. 738 Broad st. _I SUMMIT ST., 65—Four rooms, rent $6. MRS j ROGER. Ea«f Orssge. EAST ORANGE—Choice section; close to rail- ! road station and trolley; six rooms and bath; | in new two-famJly house: all improvements; separate steam heaters; rent $25. PHILIP J. I BOWERS A CO., 189 Market st Real Estate for Sale. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2^c a word; 6 times 4Vic a word; $1 a Hue 1 month. *-* CITY. GREATEST BARGAIN ON THE MARKET IN SUBURBAN PROrKRTT. Handsome one-family bouse, eight rooms and bath: handsomely decorated and trimmed; open fireplace, grand reception hall; large veranda front and side of house; slate roof; conscien tiously built; ground 76x110; room for garage; one block from trolley; three blocks from D., L. and W. station and twenty minutes by trolley from Broad and Market sts.; cannot he dupli cated for $6,700; adjoining property similar to this sold for over $7,000; will take $6,000; $500 to $1,000 down, balance on mortgage nt 5 per cent. Would like to give exact location; owner prefers you to write to PHILIP J. BOWERS A CO., 189 MARKET ST. WORKINGMAN’S chance: two-family bouse, In good condition, at sacrifice, terms Tery easy; house contains five rooms and batn on first floor, six rooms and hath on second floor and three rooms on third floor; price $4,S0O. LOUIS SCHLE8INQER, Union building._ $1,000 CASH BUYS great Investment snap; Central av., best part: convenient to everywhere; modern four-family apartment: six light rooms, hath and large pantry each suits; porcelain-lined sinks; sep arate steam heaters: Jorge porches; will rent $1,080: price only $8.S50; act quick. FEIST A FEIRT, 738 Broad st. __ *--? Real Estate Brokers. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2%o a word; i j 6 times 4Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month. I | 4--—-v i LATHROP ANDERSON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANT® 474 Broad »t. Factories. Phone 1481 Market. F. F. MAYO & CO. We do a general real estate business. Ws solicit your trade and guarantee satisfaction.' 783 Broad st., Newark. Phone 6160 Market. ROBERT O’GORMAN & CO. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. IB Clinton street. Tel. 132 Market. CHARLES SPENGLER Real estate, flre Insurance and mortgage loans. Metropolitan Bldg. Washington and Market sts. STOUTENBURGH-MOELLER ! REA I, RSTATL, INSURANCE. 869 Broad st. Phone 1328-1326 Market. RENTS COLLECTED. HONEST and PROMPT return! guaranteed. SAMUEL R. CAIRNS, 494 BROAD ST. INSURANCE AT LOWEST RATES. P. L. BRYCE. Insurance. Real Eetate. Loans. 796 Broad at. A---— Real Estate for Sale. 1 time lc a word; 8 times 2V4c a word; 6 times 4Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month. ^ OUT OP TOWN. Rant Orange. IT IS NOT OFTEN that ws can offer such a bargain as this one-family house, beautifully situated In restricted section of East Orange; convenient to trolley and railroad station; there are ten rooms and bath, with all improvements; newly decorated and painted; no reasonable offer refused. PHILIP J. BOWERS A CO., 189 Market st. WE CAN PROVE that there are no better two fa mJIy houses in Essex County than those new Boston plan houses on . ark av.. Just east of Prospect st., East Orange, and the location Is unsurpassed; they contain all Improvements, Including separate entrances and steam heat ers; gas ar.d electric lights; Very handsomely decorated throughout; hardw od floors, etc.: rent of one floor practically pays expenses tf entire building; get our price and terms If you want a bargain. PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO., 189 Market st. -- Montclair. MONTCLAIR—Choice one-family house, nine j rooms and bath; latest modern Improvements; handsomely decorated: grand reoopfon hall: beam ceilings; parquet floors: porch on front of ; house, extends around to rear; large lot; room 1 for garage; street macadamized; close to trol ley and 10 minutes’ walk from* station; $7,700; easy terms; no house like It under $9,600; act j on this quick If you desire a bargain. PHILIP | J. BOWERS & CO., 189 Market st. ■■■■■■■'"__1 CAN YOU DUPLICATE THIS? HOW IT PAYS: Annual rent.5.$2,500 16 Interest . $760 00 Taxes . 176 00 Insurance . 25 00 Coal, janitor and light. 225 00 - 1,175 06 Net Income...$1,825 06 $5,000 Invested In the above property will net you annually $1,325, which is 26% per cent. Think of It. Brand-new six-family apartment, brick and stone front, six rooms and bnth each apart ment; handsomely decorated: all rented (under lease); three blocks from station, one l lo jc H I from Orange st.; A1 condition; owner going ■! business, wants money: otherwlee would t sell same. _ PHILIP .T. POWERS & CO., \ Wk 189-191 MARKET ST., ' BOWERS BUILDING._V„ W ALPINE ST.-THREE-FAMILY STUCCO. ^ 1ST FLOOR. 5 ROOMS. BATH AND HAT,) 2D FLOOR, SIX ROOMS AND BATH. 3D FLOOR. SIX ROOMS AND BATH. ALL IMPROVEMENTS EXCEPT HEAT,'. REASONABLE PRICE. STOUTENBURGH A MOELLER, 800 BROAD ST.. NEWARK. ATTENTION, BUILDERS!! Seventy (70) lots on South Orange av., ready fdr immediate Improvement; prominent Inter secting Ptreets; investor’s opportunity; easiest terirfl. FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad st. * BEAUTIFUL TWIN HOUSES, off Clinton av.; eight room* each, hath : par- ? qu«“t floors; steam' heaters; combination j and coal ranges; 50-foot plot; to close estate t Jf $8,500; cash required $1,000, balance private j ■ mortgage. FEIST & * EIST, 738 Broad st. \ 1 BUILDER’S OPPORTUNITY. \ 1 One of the best corners in Newark; pi t 100x100; suitable for store and apartment:--; > ■ price $11,000. easv terms. LOUIS SCHLEY- 1 INGER, Union building. 1 CENTRALLY located apartment: 15 per cent. net on your investment; sixteen families, all rented; gas and electric light, steam bent. Janitor service; halls and stairs carpeted; equipped with screens and awnings; this apart ment is In the heart of the city, within live minutes' walk of Broad and Market sts., and is fast Increasing in value: income $6,000: mort gage $30,000 held by a Newark savings bank at 6 per cent.; asking price $55,000. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. Union building. CORNER residence, Eighth Ward: good neigh borhood; house contains eleven rooms ind bath, steam heater; good condition; price re duced from $12,000 to $9,600 for quirk sale, terms very reasonable. LOUTS SUITLESlNOEL, Union building. DESIRABLE dock property, centrally located. on Passaic River, llz ft. front. 200 ft. deep, substantial three-story brick (32 fi.x60 ft.) one story brick (32 ft.x57 ft.), two-story frame (40 ft.x60 ft.), and other one-3tory buildings on property; shipping facilities, rail and water, unsurpassed. Address P. O. Box 320, Newark, N. J. DOCTOR’S chance in Eighth Ward: comer residence; ten rooms and bath; with stablo on aide street; price $8,200; terms to suit. LOUIS 8CHLESINOER, Union building. ESTATE MUST SELL frame dwelling, fourteen rooms; every 1m- » provement; plot about 60x100; on business " street; suitable for doctor; great opportunity• 1 > forced sacrifice, $10,000; eaay terms. FEIST <fc | FEIST. 738 Broad st. | FOREST HILL BARGAIN. Unsurpassed residential opportunity; choioest. % j location; finest construction; eleven beautiful ^jj large, light room*, two baths (one tiled); cen tre hall; butler's pantry; hot water heat; elec tricity; instantaneous water heating, combi nation range: parquet floors throughout; hard wood trim; beam ceilings; select fixtures; ex quisite decorations; large porches and sleeping veranda; large plot; $15,000; easy terms. FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad st. FOREST HILL. Cozy home; dandy stucco residence, seven bright rooms, reception hall; steam, electricity; hardwood trim., parquet floors; snap, $6,500. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad st. FOR SALE—Eight-room one-family house, all Improvements; lot 29x100: 34 Dover st., Valle burg section. Inquire of MICHAEL J. TAN8EY. 164 Market st.. Newark, N. J. HIGH STREET SACRIFICE. Beautiful brick residence below cost; nine rooms, bath, parquet floors, electricity, fire places; plot 175 feet deep to alley; room for garage; rare chance; snap. $10,000; easy terms. FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad st. IDEAL RESIDENCE. T” Corner near Littleton av., suitable for physi cian. dentist, home-seeker: complete improve ments; every desirable feature; electric light?, parquet floors, steam, heat, hardwood trim; room for garage; owner leavinr city; must sell Immediately; easiest terms. FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad st. JOHNSON AVENUE RESIDENCE. House contains eleven room*, all In first class condition; every modem Improvement: plot 140x89 in rear: this property has been appraised at $25,000; for a quick sale owner will sacrifice at $18,000, terms to suit. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. Union building. NEAR PARKWAY, Forest Hill—Something different, beautiful ten room house, reception hall, tiled bath; elec tricity, steam heat; large beamed living room; open fireplace; hardw'ood trim; parquet floors; full length mirrors; handsomely decorated; 60 foot plot; $9,260. FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad st. NON-RESIDENT OWNER must sell beautiful two-family house In Clinton Hill; fifteen large, bright rooms, two tile bathe, extra washroom; reception halls; parquet floors; steam, heaters; separate entranoe?; mortgtage $8,000; rents $780; price $7,750. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad st. OFF CENTRAL AVENUE. Three-family, forced sale; seventeen bright rooms, three baths; modern plumbing, awn ings, storm windows, halls carpeted; 28-foot plot; rental $696; mortgage $6,100; sell $6,600. FEIST A FEIST, 7S8 Broad st. ONLY ?500 CASH NEEDED to own modern one-family or two-family house in East Orange. N. J.; balance on easy tenra; near station. For particulars apply ATLAS ESTATE COMPANY. 78 Montgomery st., Jer sey City. N. J. _ ROSEVILLE THREE-FAMILY. Near station, near trolley; seventeen large rooms, three l>aths; honest construct!ton; rental $650; quick action necessary; $6,200. FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad st. THREE-FAMILY bargain; owner will take so per cent, mortgage; seventeen rooms and baths; all rented; Badger av.. near Clinton av.; price $6,000. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. Union building. _i Stores, Offices, Etc., to Let. T 1 time lc a word; 3 limeB 24c a word; 6 limes 414c a word; $1 a line 1 month. <4--—--—♦ BROAD ST.. 0*8—Entire building, formerly oc cupied ae piano salesroom and studio. IAIU1S SCHLESINGER. Union building. CEDAR ST.. 21—Store, suitable for business purposes; rent reasonable to May 1. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, LTnlon building. 1 MARKET ST., 79—Three-story mercantile building; also three-story briek buildings, rear 68 . 70, 72 Market at., for storage purposes. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building RUTGERS ST., 69—Store with two rooms. Sit; Howard st.. 124. store with two rooms, l». FEIST * FEIST, 738 Broad at. -- Farms for Sale. I 1 time lc a word; 8 times 24c a wart;, j I t times 44c a word; 81 a Una 1 month. ♦-----.> SIXTY-ACRE commuter's farm. 26 miles from * New York; good house; outbuildings poor, $1,000 worth of timber: extra good soil; adapted to truck, poultry or fruit. If sold this month $8,800. part cash will buy It. A. M. PARK, too j Broad at. I -—---$ Furnished Rooms to Let. 1 time 1c a word: a times 284c a word; J 6 limes 4'4c a word; *1 a line 1 montb.^ ^ COURT ST., 72—Roome. furnished complete for light housekeeping: gas and bath: 12.50; also sleeping rooms, $1.60. LARGE front furnished room. South Sixth st. near Thirteenth av.; private family: con venient to trolleys. Address B. B., Box SO, Star Office. LAFAYETTE ST.. 176—Rooming and boarding. LIBERTY ST., 26, corner Lafayette—Room* for men, steam heat, gas and bath, running water. $1 and $1.50 w-eek. ORANGE ST., 112—Two connecting room* for light housekeeping, running water, $4; oppo site Westlnghouae. __ ORCHARD ST.. 30—Double or single room*. ROSEVILLE AV., 80—Two connecting front rooms for light housekeeping, all Improve ments; three doors from Roseville trolley. SOUTH ORANGE AV., 248—Two large connect ing rooms for light housekeeping; also hall room. _■ TWO large steam heated rooms for two gentle men, all Improvements; Clyde Apartment; terms reasonable. 170 Washington st.. near Warren. Ring Hlgbie’s bell. WASHINGTON ST.. 130—Two connecting house keeping rooms; also two front rooms 100 New street. _‘_ I WASHINGTON ST.. 133- Front alcove room ; also large room for one or two. Factories. Lofts. Etc... to Let. j 1 lime 1c A word: 3 t1me« 284o a word; 6 times 484c a word: $1 A line 1 month. .*.-—-❖ ATTENTION! See us for factories, fActory Aitaa And lofts. We have every ovall«ble property for manufac turing purposes with best railroad and transit facilities for lease, and some for sal* At easiest terms. These buildings will meet every re quirement; suitable for any kind of business: some with rallroRd sidlngH, Rome with power houRes. FEIST * FEIST. Factory Specialists. 738 Broad st. Automobiles. 1 time lc a word ; 8 times Vfa * word ; 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a lino l month. I 1856. 55 1,W REPAIR WORK ON AUTOMOBILE WHEELS. PHINEA8 JONES * CO., 305 MARKET ST., NEWARK, N. J. Up the driveway. REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE I RIMS FURNISHED AND APPLIED. Telephone 15,.-1672 Market. BARGAIN—1909 OVERLAND ROADSTER, WITH TOP. CHAP B. RIESS A CO.. 211 HALSEY 8T., NEWARK. _ OVERLAND TOURING CAR. EQUIPPED, AT A SACRIFICE; 1909 MODEL CHA8. B. RIF-Sg fc CO.. 211 HALSEY ST. Star went ads are read hr people whe are buyers. Advsrtlse In the Star. <•--❖ j Factory Property and Sites j for Sale or to Let. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2>/4c a wort; j ♦ • times 4Hc a ward ; $1 a line 1 month. -* ATTENTION. MANUFACTURERS— We wish to call attention to n factory of 50,000 ft. ' of floor space, which, for very good reasons, we are authorized to sell for far less than its actual value; situated near the Tvacknwanna ! station, equipped with a sprinkler system, j and having a modern 150-H. P. Corliss engine, it offers every possible convenience demanded ! by the up-to-date manufacturer; price $65,000. j a small amount of cash down, balance on mortgage; any bona flde offer will be sub- J mitted and receive serious consideration from the owner; we will guarantee to rent any space not needed by the purchaser. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. ATTENTION! See us for factories and factory sites. We have every available propertv for manufactur ing purposes, with best railroad transit fa cilities, on easiest terms. These buildings will meet every requirement; suitable for any kind of business; some with railroad aiding®, some with power houses. FEIST & FEIST, Factory Specialists, 738 Broad st. A VERY desirable corner, 126x110. In the heart of the varnish district, covered by six buildings of various height: price $35,000; open to offer. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. BRAND NEW corner factory on the Hill. suitable for high-grade light manufacturing only; caretaker’s living quarters on premises; price $16,000; little cash required. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. LARGE plant, 60.000 ft. of floor space, below the railroad, suitable for heavy manufactur ing; excellent light; price, including transmis sion and small amount of machinery, $80,000 LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. THREE-STORY and basement factory, 40x00. near Bloom-fleld av.; engine, boilers and oil i necessary transmission; price $15,000. LOUIS i SCHLESINGER. Union building. TWO-STORY factory, *5x66; 30-H. P. engine, boiler, shafting and all fixtures Included; price $9,000. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. Union p- ; - CENTRALLY located dock, about 140 feet on river; will leaee very reasonable or Bell at sacrifice. FEIST A FEIST. 783 Broad at. <.---* To Let for Business Purposes. 1 time lc a word; 8 tlmea JWc a word; 8 times 4'4c a word; |I a line 1 month. ■>- -■-----❖ STORE-Theatre building; rent reasonable; suitable candy or any bualnaae. PRINCIPAL Box 80. Star Office. _ LARdsTatoee, all Improvaroanta; aultabla for any bualneaa; rant If. *8 Huntardon at., aMr.