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T Notice* of btrttia. engagement* and | marriage*. 50 cent*. Death*. 26 centa; \ with notice of funeral. 60 centa. • ♦--* DEATHS. BAKER—Oil Tuesday, December 8, 1910. Margaret E., wife of James J. Baker, of New York. BECK—Passed away at his parents’ home, 38 Hawkins street, on Tuesday, December S, 1910. Michael Beck, be loved son of Michael and Louisa Beck (nee Nelting), aged 17 years 4 months 2S days. BROEMEL—At Irvington, N. J., en tered into rest, on Tuesday, Decem ber 0. 1910, Lena, beloved wife of < luido Broemel. and daughter of Frederick A. and the late Lisette Traudt. aged 55 years and 12 days, 62 West Clinton avenue, Irvington. BYRNE—On December 6. 1910, Annie V. Byrne (r.ee Jackson), beloved wife rf Edwi.i A. Byrne and daughter of William A. and Catherine E. Jackson. Relatives and friends are kindly In vited to attend the funeral from he" late residence1.1 113 Vesey street, on Saturday, December 10, at 8 a. m., to St. James’s Church, where a Solemn High Mass of Requie1 will be of fered for the repose , ' her soul. In terment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. CASEY—At Orange, N. J., December 8. 1910, James, beloved son of Bartholo mew and Bridget Casey. 146 Centre street. CONDIT At Orange, N. J.. December 8, 1910, Josephine Augusta, wife of Ilillyer Condit, in her 62d year. CONNELLY—At Orange. N. J.. on Friday. December 9. 1910, John Henry Connelly, son of the late John and Jane Connelly (nee Carroll). Relatives and friends, also the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of the Valley parish and Court Frank No. 17. Fort sters of America, are respect fully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his uncle, Mr. Michael Nugent. 59 Christopher street, Orange Valley, on Monday, Decem ber 12, at 8 o’clock a. m., thence to our Lady of the Valley Church, where a High Mass of Requiem will le celebrated for the repose of his soul Interment in St. John's Ceme tery. DARDEN On December 8, 1910, Effle Bell, beloved daughter of Walter and Emma Darden, aged 16 years, 92 Nas sau street. DOUGLASS—At Bloomfield, N. J., De cember 9, 1919, Raymond Leroy, son of Charles S. and the late Jennie Douglass (nee Lee), aged 9 years, 40 Williamson avenue. DE GRAW—On December 8, 1910, Will iam De Graw, aged 59 years. 164 Or ange street. DELANEY—On December 8, 1910, at her late residence, 127 Cross street, Harrison. Margaret, beloved wife of John Delaney, GIBSON—On Thursday. December 8, 1910. Adelaide E., beloved wife of the late Edward Gibson, 233 Mt. Prospect ^ venue. HOFMANN—Entered Into rest, on Wednesday, December 7, 1910, Caro lina Hofmann (nee Emmerich), aged 76 years 3 months 21 days, beloved mother of Charles and Lina Hofr mann, 45 Somerset street. HOLLE—Entered into rest, on Thurs day, December 8, 1910, Leo Holle, be loved husband of Catherine Holle. aged 68 years 8 months, 69 Jacob street. KANE—On December 7, 1910, Edna M„ beloved wife of Thomas B. Kane, 327 Fairmount avenue. KASTNER—On Wednesday, December 7. 1910, our beloved brother, Harry Kastner, aged 20 years 6 months 21 days, son of the late Franz and Augusta Kastner. 788 South Four teenth street. KLAUNIG—On Thursday, December 8, 1910, Gustave Adolph Klaunig, beloved husband of Amalia Klaunig, aged 57 years 3 months 12 days, 135 Congress street. KRENTZ—On Thursday, December 8, 1910, C: roline Krentz (nee Scheler), beloved wife of Frederick Krentz. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral services at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Peter Clark, 114 Stuyvesant avenue, on Sunday, December 11, 1910, at 2 p. m. Interment in Fairmount. i 'emetery. LANGBEIN—On Wednesday, Decem ber 8th, 1910, Christopher, beloved husband of Rosa Langbein, aged 71 years. Funeral services at his late resi dence, 128 Main street, Belleville, on Saturday, December 10th, at 8 p. m. Relatives and friends, also Zschoppe Ledge No. 202, F. artd A. M„ of New York; Lincoln Post No. 11, G. A. R , of Newark: Aurora Singing Society, Woodside Liederkranz and Belleville Liquor Dealers’ Association, are kindly invited to attend. Interment in Greenwood Cemetery on Sunday at the convenience of the family. LEBLEIN—On December 8, 1910, Cath arine Leblein (nee Wassmuth), be loved wife of Philip Leblein, in her 75th year, at her home, 40 Maine street. LECONEY’—At New York city on Friday, December 9, 1910, Sarah D. Leconey, in her 77th year. Body lying at the funeral ch^iel of Ernest N. French, 348 Main street, East Or ange. LOGAN—On December 8, 1910. at his residence, 84 Woodland avenue Kearny, Thomas, beloved son ol James and the late Jane Logan, aged 37 years. LOWE—On Wednesday, December 7 1910, Lillie M. E. Lowe, beloved daughter of Add and Lucia A. Lowe aged 10 years 11 months, 109 Hoy I street. Kearny, N. J. MAINS—On Thursday, December 8 1910, Eileen, infant daughter of Rob ert and Edith Mains, aged 5 month! and 2 days, 224 Broad street. MILLER—On Wednesday, December 7, 1910, Clara, beloved daughter of Charles and Jennie Miller, aged 7 years 11 months 7 days. Relatives and friends are kindly in vited to attend the funeral on Satur day, December 10, 1910, at 2 p. m. from the residence of her parents, 83 Mag nolia street. Interment at the Wood land Cemetery. j PEINE—At East Orange. N. J.. on Thursday, December 8, 1910, Elizabeth ! J., wife of Gustave L. Peine. 541 North Grove street. | RAY—Suddenly, on December 6, 1910, William. ' “loved husband of Laura Ray (nee Jackson), at his residence, 94 Barclay street. ! ROBINSON—On Friday, December 8, 1910, Anna Eliza Collins, wife of the late Morton Robinson, M. D., in the 75th year of her age. Funeral services private at the home I of her daughter, Mrs Anna Cross, M. D„ 20 Marshall street. Interment at Wakefield, Rhode Island. SCHUMACHER—Suddenly, on Tues day. December 6. 1910, Frederick Schumacher, aged 65 years. SMITH Suddenly, on Friday, Decem ber 9, 1910, John Huyler Smith, in his 77th year, 46 Pennington street. STULTS— At the home of his son, Mr. P. B. Stuits, 54 Ninth avenue, on Friday, December 9, 1910, John H. Stuits, in his 79th year. VAN DOIEN-On Wednesday. De cember 7, 1910, Henry H. Van Doren. I in his 75th year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the futieral services at his late home, 25 Mitchell place. East Orange, on Saturday morning, De cember 10, at 10 o’clock. Interment at Newton, Sussex county, N. J., upon the arrival of train leaving Newark at 12:32 Saturday noon. VOLLMER—Entered into rest, on Thursday, December 8, 1910, at her late residence, 148 Littleton avenue, Henrietta Vollmer (nee Welssenborn), beloved wife of August Vollmer, aged 68 years 11 months 17 days. Relatives and friends, also the members of Covenant Lodge No. 32, K. of P., and the Franklin Lodge No. 76, O. D. H. S., are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Sun day, December 11, from her late residence, 148 Littleton avenue, at 2 p. m. Interment in Fairmount Ceme tery. WHINDLETON—Entered into rest. Wednesday, December 7, 1910, Joseph Henry Whindleton, Ih his 38th year, j at his late residence, 196 West Kinney street, devoted husband of Fannie Whindleton. ❖-— Cemeterv Memorials. 1 time 1c a word: 3 times 2Hc a word; fi tlmau AU.n a nrord •<1 a line 1 month I V GEORGE BROWN & CO., Established 1850. Designers and Manufacturers of j MONUMENTS, TOMBS, VAULTS AND GEN ERAL CEMETERY WORK,IN GRAN • ITE, MARBLE .AND STONE. L70 j(ntD 274* BELLEVILLE AVENUE. Opp. entrance to Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. ❖-—<• Funeral Directors. 1 time lc a word; 2 times 2VjC a word; 6 times 4^c a word: fl a line 1 month. •>—-V Peoples Burial Co., 380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave. 89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N. J. 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 case, embalming, adver ! tlslng, dressing, shaving, crucifix, candelabra, gloves, chairs, hearse and three coaches to any city cemetery We furnish for $45.00 , a funeral that measures up to any trust under taker $90.00 funeral. Funeral parlors free. 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 j Plush, Imitation Oak Casket. Handles, Plate, , Interior Lined Complete. Outside Pine Box. Embalming, Newspaper Notloe, Use of Rug. Pedestal, Crepe, Camp Chain?, Hearse, Three ; Coaches any City Cemetery, Services of Funeral ! Directors. , Parlors for funeral in connection. ^“"Market. 534 Broad St. POSITIVELY FIRST-CLASS SERVICE AT REASONABLE RATES. COACHES FOR FUNERALS, $4. J. & A. WT. IIARTH, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND COACH OWN ERS. TELEPHONE MARKET 2. OFFICE. 293 SOUTH ORANGE AV. WAREROOMS. 291-296 SOUTH ORANGE AV. JOSEPH J. MANGER. Undertaker and Embalmer. Coaches and Camp Chairs to Hire. Tel 762 Warerly. 489 Springfield av. WM. F. MULLIN, UNDERTAKER. 228 Lafayette street. 'Phone 680 Market. FRANK A. FOLEY, Funeral Director and Embalmer, 302 Lafayette st. Phone 6738 MarVet. 1 - ■ .. ■ ■ -< Cemeteries. 1 time Vi a#word: 3 times 2%c a word; 6 times 4Uc a word; $1 a line 1 month. •>-<1 GLEN RIDGE CEMETERY Franklin av, and Joralemon st., Bloomfield, N J.; tel. 1643-.T, Bloomfield. Branch office Newark, Scheuer Bldg.; tel. 3921 Market. NEW BRIDEGROOM LOCKS WIFE IN APARTMENTS GARY, Ind., Dec. 9.—That even s | bridegroom can be so absent-mlndec ; as to forget that he is married wai demonstrated by Clyde Hunter, attor | ney, when he inadvertently locked hli ! bride in their apartment for twelvi i hours. Mr. Hunter arose early to lool ! after a case at Crown Point. Later, when Mrs. Hunter rose an< tried to go out to breakfast she foun< herself a prisoner. She was unable ti attract the attention of the neighbors and was forced to stay in the apart ment, fasting for twelve hours, tinti the husband's return in the evening. T Hein Wanted—Male. 1 time lc a word: 3 times 2^c a word; 6 times 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month. ^ V-1---- % AUTO SCHOOL OF NFW .TEHSKT—Tearo at experience In auto school work enables ust «1ee the best practical Instruction* at the low_ est feer: your license obtained af-'r P®*'"* our examinations. Da? snd erenln# ciaaaes 457 Washing*''*! st.. near Kinney._ BOT wanted, with experience, for butcher buetneee. Call 30 North Park st.. Orange_ BOXMAKERS AND SAWYERS MATTISON BOX AND LUMBER * <■■■: Fourth ar. and Ogden st. ___ EXPERIENCED man wanted to finish skivers for hat leather. 39 South Sixth st.^ Newark. COREMAKER wanted in Jobbing WJJJJ foundry* C. A. GOLDSMITH, No. 42 Cutler st., Newark, N. J. _____ MACHlNISTS-FIrst-rlnss. eteadv work, out of-town. no labor troubles. Cell on J. VAN HORNE. Hotel Navarre. _ MESSENGER BOYS—WRAPPERS HAHNE * CO WANT 50 MESSFNOER ROYS AND WRAPPERS. APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT. OPERATOR on Goodyear role machine. T. C.. 449 Orange at., Newark. N. J ; he an early riser. 312 Main it.. Orange. : WANTED—Fifty men each to own on» of our l little peach, vegetable and poultry farms at Hillsboro, N. J.: price 395 each: easy terms: let ; me pend vou free tickets to look them over. ! LESTER L BROOKS. Suite 53, 156 Market et. WANTED—Smart, honest and reliable Newark ! boy to asBlst In ehlpplng department of fnc I torv: give references snd salary expected. Ad I dress HONEST. Box 49. Star Office. | YOUNG man wanted In butcher business to deliver orders and work around store. 890 | South Orange av. Hein Wanted—Female. 1 time le a word: 3 times 2M,c a word; 6 ttmea 4Sc a word: $1 a tine 1 month. ^ •**-—-V WANTED YOUNG WOMEN FOR TELEPHONE OPERATING. MONTCLAIR. ORANGES. NEWARK. COURSE IN OPERATORS’ SCHOOL PROVIDED. SALARY 34. So AND 36 "ER WEEK PAID WHILE LEARNING. MUST BE BETWEEN IT AND 23 YEARS OLD. THE WORK TS PLEASANT AND INTERESTING. ROOMS AIRY AND LTGHT, ADVANCEMENT RAPID j AND POSITIONS PERMANENT. 1 EVERYTHING DONE FOR THE COM FORT OF EMPLOYEES. APPLY AT OPERATORS’ SCHOOL 3 A M TO 6 P. 51.. 63 BLOOMFIELD AV.. NEWARK . NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY I • . UA SHIKRF—JUNIOR CLERKS SAHKF * CO REQUIRE too YTFSSF.NGER GIRLS , AND JUNIOR CLERKS. At,SO td CASHIERS. APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT. I_ FIFTY FIRST-CLASS OPERATORS. VAN ! ORDEN CORSET CO. WTCKT.TFFE AND j SCHOOL STS I _ ___ j SAT#ESLA DIES—Experienced cloak and suit , saleftladlen wanted: er^e.4 pnv: permanent. I Apply at r.nre, MANAGER, Market at., cor. j Plane at.. Newark. j SALESPEOP E HAHNE .fc CO. .ARE CONSIDERING APPLICATIONS I FOR HELP TN ALL DEPARTMENTS j FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON. APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT. • 1 WANTED—Girl to cook, wash and Iron, where j a colored butler la employed: to sleep at home. DR. MIJTA, 47 Tark av., West Orange. WANTED—A white maid for general house | work. Apply 80 Berkeley av., Orange. i? Help Wanted—Male and I Fema*e. time lc a word; 3 times 2%c n word; • times 414c a word; $1 a line 1 month. j j OLD COLL LE, for Janitor. 134 Elizabeth ar., 1 FISHMAN. -A Situations Wanted—Male. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2\fec a word; 6 times 4*4c a word; $1 a line 1 month. i -—-•:< I i BOY (19) wishes position with Newark law firm; five years’ experience In New York law office. Address LAW, Box 44, Star Office. Situations Wanted—Female, j 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2V,c a word: ■ 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month. V-—— -< Attention Ladies! DO YOU NEED HELP? j If you are In immediate want of household ' servants call nt the reception room of the ! Bureau or Employment of the City, ground flooi 1 front, CITY HALL BUILDING, EVERY 'AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY. BE j TWEEN THE HOURS OF 1 TO 4. wheri yin will And awaiting you experienced GENERAL HOUREWORKER8, COOKS. LAUNDRESSES. NURSES, SEAMSTRESSES. ETC. Also others not skilled but ready and wlllinj to be employed. POLITE LADY ATTENDANTS. HATTERS INDORSE SHALVOY. 1 In refutation of a newspaper story t< the effect that members of the Unite< 1 Hatters of North America were op 1 posed to the reelection of Vice-Presi ■ dent Frank P. .Shalvoy because he wa elected a Democratic assemblyman, Kb 1 sex county, Local No. 13, U. H. of N A., last night adopted resolutions de * daring its satisfaction with his elec > tion. Colncidently it is authorltatlvel: ■ denied that any subordinate body ha 1 expressed displeasure at Mr. Shalvoy’ election. -1--——-•> Business Personals. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2Hc a word; ^ 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month. ^ GENUINE diamond ring* from 16 n; ; cf holiday gifts and solid gold jewelry, no bother to show goods: small deposits receive i. ! goods held till Christman. J. HORLAND, *4 MARKET^ _ • THE world mores, ro doer JOB D i Furniture, safes, pianos, desks, etc.; necking | and shipping a specialty; estimates <‘heer^1'^ given. Established 1850. Tel. 432 Market. 32-34 . William st. _ ! LADIES! LADIES! LADIES! If you »r* J0?’'' ing to make a Christmas present of a lamp that will be an ornament to any home, call on the manufacturer and save money. DAINTY GEHRIG MEG. CO.. No. 96 Wallace at., rear. ■ METAL CEILINGS AND WALLS. erected In all kinds of buildings. JAS. V. MAGUIRE. 313 Halsey st.. Newark.__ STOVES, ranges and heaters: all "toves are guaranteed: stove repairing a specialty. 1. RTPDELMAN. 261 Springfield av.; tel. 17-i-U Market. __ ! IF you want to be married quietly, without rice, confetti, hoodlums, etc., there Is ! j of the Teace HOPWOOD. 36 Clinton st. Open evenings till 10. 'Phone 2306-J. Market. _ DOES your sewing machine reed repairing? I? so. send postal to MR. MITCHELL. 40 Thir- . j teenth av., he repairs all makes. ___ _ ! JOBBING done without delay; also factory ear I pentry; good work: price reasonable. o. i i TIAUCK. 252 Thirteenth av. — Clothing. i I WTLL pay high prices for cast-off i Send postal and 11 call. FRANK. 87 Mer- | j cer st. _■ ! I WILL pay high prices for cast-off clothing Rend postal and I'll call. B. COHEN. fO ■ Canal st. Grinding? and Ctillcry. GRINDING and repairing of cutlery, barbers* : tools and doctors’ Instruments. F. LAUTER- j • JUNG, no Springfield av._ •>-——— Lost and Fmind.. 1 lime lc a we?d; 3 times 2%c a word; j j 6 times 4^0 a word; $1 a line 1 month, j A—.————-- v ! IjORT—Will- party who found several pawn tickelH for diamond rings, pins and horse shoe scarf pin and redeemed same December 1. communicate with advertiser? Goods did not belong to me. only Intrusted my care; am In trouble and will renay all expenses and sub stantial reward. Address TROUBLED, Box 41. Star Office. _____ LOST—On Tuesday evening, at Orangd an-l i First, of Orange and Broad sts.. a solid ! gold signet ring, with I. O. H. Reward will be paid for return to FRANK ROWE, -ay Thir teenth av. LOST—Two blankets, on Sixteenth av., be tween Seventeen.b and Eighteenth sts.; name on blankets. Sulti bio reward for return of same to FRANK LAUB, 90 Rod well av., rear of Electric Park, city. _ LOST—Gold locket, with monogram L. E. O.. on South Orange car. Wednesday afternoon, Dr^'er 7. Peward If returned to BIRKEN MEIER <*■ OGDEN CO., corner South Orange av. and Wallace st. LOST—Pocketbook, containing sum. of money. ; Monday night, on Halsey, between Court and Market st.. or on Market st. Reward if re j turned to 163 William st. i T-iOST—Two gold hatpins, with tr/mogram 8. A. S., on Broad st.. or Snyder’s sto-e. Finder kindly return to MISS SOPHIE SOHWEINER, 196 Seymour av., Newark. N. J. Reward. i LOST—Diamond screw earring. Liberal reward ! If returned to DR. MAT ' STICKLE, 79 Hal sey st. FOUND—In front of Star office, on Thursday afternoon, small silver chain purse. Owner may have same by calling at Star office. 1 Business Onnnrtnnities. ! 1 time lc a word: 3 times 2Hc a word; ^ 6 times 4Mic a wor^I; $1 a line 1 month. | RARE OPPORTUNITY—Old established corner grocery for sale; excellent locality, one block j from Market st.; g- od American, Italian and i French trade; retiring from business. . GROCERY. Box 30, Star Office. j BUSINESS PLACES SOLD—If you want to buy ■ or sell see SCHWARTZ'S Business Exchange, 205 Springfield av. Phone 921-L, Market^ •% ......<6* Wnnfed—Miscellaneous. 1 time 1c a word- 3 times 2V£c a word: i 6 times 4tyc a word; $1 a line 1 month. ❖ - 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 i sign men ts solicited. For nartlculars address | LISTER’S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS, 26 Broadway, New York city, anl Lister av., Newark. N. J. JOHN F. KEHOE, President. WE nay the highest prices for old gold, silver, platinum and diamonds. JEWELRY EX CHANGE. 128 Market st.. room 206, cor. Halsey. Houneholil Good*. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. CONTENTS OF HOUSES. FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT: I CASH OTTICK ; CONFTDFXTIAL. 42 SOUTH | ORANGE AV.; PHONE 2071 MARKET. ❖ --❖ Medical. 1 time lc a word- 3 times 2V.c a word; l 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month. i -♦*• LADIES DESIRING ADVICE i by graduated registered specialist cail at MRS. WILLIAMS'S Office, private house. 489 West Twenty-second st.. New York, 2 blocks from Twenty-third st. 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. LADIES’ 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. TREATMENTS FREE every morning to oil sufferers DR. PH. DIETZ, Osteopathic Insti tute. 459 High st. | MIDWIFE—MRS. FRIEDRICH, 490 Springfield I av., top floor: ladles’ specialist: examination i free; satisfaction. I WEESEL’S COUGH CORDIAL for coughs, colds and for the throat; whooping cough, diphtheria, hoarseness. BAY-ROMA ! restores gray hair. Dr. Stickle, 79 Halsey st. i ----- - ------ ■ A Phrenology. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2%c a word; 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month. *>-V THIS adv. and 50c entitles you to a full $1 reading this week only. 47 Orchard st.; phone j 2204-J. Market.__ I ' *-—-♦;< Storage. I I 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2%c a word; I 6 times me a word; $1 a line 1 month. V- V JOB DSJ CAMP, storage, safes and pianos stored $1 per month; piano rooms steam heated during winter; furniture stored $1 per month up: locked rooms. Tel. 432 Market. \ * 1 V • FRAENTZEL & RICHARDS, Patent Law American and foreign patents, tradc-marki and ^copyright and mechanical engineering 745-747 Broad at. Phone 2152-W, Market. DRAKE & CO., r Established 1865. Phone 2946 Market. Flremen i Insurance Co. Bldg., Broad and Market sts. RUSSELL M. EVERETT. Tel. 4388-R, Market Patent Lawyer and Solicitor. U. 8. and Foreign. Cor. Broad and Market For Sale. t time lc a word; 3 times 3Mic a word; 6 times 4*£c a word; $1 a line 1 month. ^ RADIATORS. POT STOVES. _ __ CANVAS C0/ER3. WALSH'S SONS A CO.. CLAY AND PASSAIC STREETS. FOR SALE Grocery, butcher, candy store tor sale cheap. 25 Washington st., Montclair. N. J. _ NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, total adder. latest design, cost $225. will sell for much less than one-half. M. PER CELT* 677 Broad n. ARTISTIC algn work; loweet prices. HORI.E, 128 Market Bt.. King’s Bldg. Phone 3720-J, Mkt. FOR SAI.E—Two winter orercoats. size 38, M.50 and $3.50; bargains. 82 Green st. Pianos and Organs. 1 time lc tt word ; 3 times 2,^c a word; 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month. | V NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS ONLY $1.00 A WEEK. USED UPRIGHTS. $75. *90. *125. 7150. *175. SPURGE'S. 65 SPRINGFIELD AV. _ PIANOr—An excellent Instrument, in fine con dition and tone throughout: worth *75, will sell on account of moving for $18. 112 Orange street. PIANO—In snlendid order, a good one; also Singer sewing machine, attachments: must sell both before the 15th: *24. 60 Halsey st. MUST sell piano, splendid condition, for $18, before the 16th. 88 New st. A---♦ Instruction. 1 time lc a word: 3 tlmcp 2%c a word; 6 times 4%o a word; S1 a line 1 month. v --—-v NEWARK ACADEMY. Founded .792. WILSON FARR AND. Head Master. Thorough preparation for any college or scien tific school, or for business life. CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION. Newark Business college 86-92 Park place, near Proctor's. Call, write or phone for catalogue. rnr tttvtatvT national business COLLEGE. One block west of P. O.. corner Halsey and Academy streets. Catalog and school literature for the asking. Mnslo. PIANO instruction—lro ^uesmann. pupil of Gnrtatowskl, Burrrtdster and Lorenz, removed to 856 South Fourteenth st., Newark; tel. 1844-R, Waverly. BANJO. Mandolin, Guitar a;id Violin. A. J. WEIDT. 429 Washington st . cor. Kinney. Ilnnolnf. THE DAVIS SCHOOL CF DANCING. HELEN MAC HUGH. CHARLES TRAVERS, TEACHERS OF D/.NCING. Private lepsons our sneclalt'. Waltz and two step guaranteed In six lessons (with music), day or evening, by appointment. Classes every eve ning. For circulars and terms call or write Davis School of Dancing, 4C6 Broad e }. Phone 20-J. B.B. *---A Antamobd's. 1 time 3c a word: 3 timeF 2M*c a word; 6 times 4%c a word. $1 a. line 1 month. •>.. 1855. 5 5 1910‘ REPAIR WO IK ON AUTOMOBILE WHEELS. FHTNEAS JONES & CO.,, 305 MARKET ST.. NEVARK, N. J. Up the drivei ay. REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE RIMS FURNISHED A74 D APPLIED. Telephone lh .. *572 Market. FOR SALE—1910 toy to ineau. Overland, equipped with top, win (shield, magneto, lamps with generator, speed imeter, tire Irons, extra shoe with cover and -iwo tubes; car In perfect shape, and i~ as good condition as when new. C. R. SCHUYLER, 26X Halsey st., New ark, N. J. COURIER AUTOMOBILE—A late 1910 Courier automobile for fln’e cheap; has been run only about 500 miiles; first-class oondition; will sell for $5."0: this Is a big bargain. Address B. W. STRAUS, 103 Clinton av. AITOMOBILE—E-M-F- 1909 model, top com plete with dust cover and side curtains, wind shield, speedometer, two tubes, two extra shoes: excellent opportunity; car like new; $500. Call H. J. KOEHLER S. G. CO.. 291 Halsey st. LIMOUSINE BODY—Newly painted. In perfect condition, used on Lozier car three months last winter. Can be seen at M. BOSSERT’S paint shop. 539 Ferry st. Make offer. BARGAIN—1909 OVERLAND ROADSTER, WITH TOP. CHAS. E. RIK5 S & CO., 211 HALSEY ST., NEWARK. OVERLAND TOURTNO CAR. EQUIPPED, AT A SACRIFICE; ’909 MODEL. CHAS. B. RIESS * CO.. 211 HALSEY ST. A-A i Horses & Carpeces for S*»Ie. i 1 time lc a word; 3 times 214c a word; 6 times 414c a word: $1 a line 1 month. ❖-V RUBBER TIRES. We put on and repair solid and cushion vehicle times; we use Hanford rubber only; they are the best; prices lew; work done while you wait. JOHN G. MERKEL. CO.. 28 Prince st. A Furn'shed Rooms to Let. 1 tlm? lc a word; 3 times 2%c a word; G times 414c a word; $1 a line 1 month. --————-v ! BLEECKER ST.. 95—Three connecting rooms | for light housekeeping, or one single. | CLINTON ST., 50—Rooms, also light house j keeping. j EAST KINNEY ST.. I.\ near Broad—Two well ' lighted and .well furnished rooms; one suit able for two adults; steam heat; all lmprove , meu£s. EIGHTH AV.. 61*— Double or single, also light housekeeping rooms; rent reasonable. GREEN ST., 98*4—Heated rooms, all Improve ments. LAFAYETTE ST.. 175— Room In r and boarding. MARKET ST., 152—Furnished rooms to let, third floor. NEW ST., 103—Two connecting rooms, com plete for housekeeping; also one housekeeping room, running water. NTCFLY furnished rooms, steam heat. Call SI Halsey st. j NEW ST.. 88—Nice bright room for llghl I housekeeping, cook stove, reasonable. i ORANGE ST.. 112. opp. Westlnghouse—Twc j connecting housekeeping rooms; minute 1c ! Lackawanna station: r§tes very reasonable. ORCHARD ST., 39—Double or single rooms. ROSEVILLE, SUSSEX AV., 346M,, near Slxtl st.—Pleasant front room, particularly de slrable for ladles. SOUTH ORANGE AY, 248—Two large connect Ing rooms for light housekeeping; also hal room. TWO large steam heated rooms for two gentle men, all Improvements; Clyde Apartment terms reasonable. 170 Washington at., nea; Warren. Ring Hlgble’s bell. WASHINGTON ST., 180—Two connectlni housekeeping rooms: also one housekeeplni room at 26 Warren pi. WASHINGTON ST.. 452—Pleasant room, one o two gentlemen. WASHINGTON ST.. 328—One furnished room suitable for two men or two working girls. WASHINGTON ST., 133—I^rge front room well heated; near bath room. <5»-1-1—---i Boarding. 1 time lc a word: 3 times 2%e a word; 8 times 4V6c a word; $1 a line 1 month. V-—-;-■ YOUNG gentleman wants board, convenient t Pennsylvania Railroad station. Write A. Box 22, Star Office. Rebl Bstbte Special Real Estate Pays—’Tuesdays aed Fridays. *—■———■mmmmmrmw—————^■—■————> , A-------—❖ Real Estate Brokers. I time lc a word; 3 times 2M*c A word; II times 4V£c a word; $1 a line 1 month. I V--——---** LATHROP ANDFRSON REAL INSTATE AND INSURANCE. 474 Broad st. Factories. Phone 1481 Market. fTfTmayo &"co. We do a general real estate business. We solicit your trade and guarantee satisfaction. 783 Broad at.. Newark. Phone 6160 Market. RORFRT O’GOR MAN At CO INRURANCE AND REAL. ESTATE. 16 Clinton street. Tel. 132 Market. "CHARLES SPENGLER~ Real estate, fire Insurance and mortgage Ioann. Metropolitan Rldg. Washington and Market sts. sfoFTFNRlIROH-WOFI FFR REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE. 800 Broad wt Phone 1325-1326 Market. RENTS COLLECTED. HONEST and PROMPT returns guaranteed. SAMUEL R. r’AIRNS, 404 BROAD ST. INSURANCE AT LOWEST RATES. P. L. BRYCE. Insurance. Real Estate. Loans. 790 Broad et. A-♦ To l et for Busmen Purposes. 1 tlmo lc a word; 3 times 2'Ac a word; 6 times 4Vic a word; II a line t month. «£♦_—— ---- SOUTH ORANGE AV-Store; fine location; suitable for any kind of business. FIEDLER CORPORATION,, 142 Market st., opposite j Bamberger's. _ LARGE, light store. No. 21 Market st., suit able for anv business; low rental. FIEDLER CORPORATION. 142 Market st. 4—- —o i Farms for Sale. 1 time lc a word; 8 times 2^c a word; j 6 times 4%c a word: W a line l month. --•* SIXTY-ACRE commuter’s fArm, 25 miles from I New York; good house; outbuildings poor; $1,000 worth of timber; extra good soil; adapted i to truck, poultry or fruit. If sold this month j 15,800; part cash will buy It. A. M. PARK, 800 | Broad st. _• | OweMimr Hn«t«es to Let. | j 1 ti ne lc a word; 3 times 2Hc a word; 6 times 4Vfcc a word; |1 a line 1 month. | 1 ♦;« ----- —-V ; NORTH END—Elegant corner property: one family house; fourteen rooms and bath; rll Improvements; extra large lot; will rent at a sacrifice. PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO., 189 Market st. ROSEVILLE—Brick dwelling, seven large, ! bright rooms and bath; every modern con venience; newly renovated; near Central av.; convenient t6 two trolleys and depot; within walking distance of downtown; rent 127.50. | FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad st. Oat of Town. ESSEX FELLS. N. J.—House. 7 rooms. 2 bath rooms, laundry, well heated, all modern Im provements, 5 minutes’ walk from railroad sta tion. Particulars address 105 Hudson st., room 302, *New York city. i --— ---—♦ Apartments, Flats and Rooms to Let. i 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2%c a word; j | 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month. j APARTMENTS!! CAROLYN A CRESCENT!! Murray end Brunswick Street*. One block from Clinton av., near South St. station; five and six beautiful rooms; tiled I bath: janitor service, heat, hot water; special ! inducements. FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad st. APARTMENT COLONIAt.! 18 West Kinney Street. j Six pleasing rooms, tiled bath, shower; Com I plete Improvements; Janitor, hot water, heat; special Inducements. FEIST & FEIST. Manag : Ing Agents, 738 Broad st. APARTMENT of six rooms and bath, steam heat, hot water and Janitor’s services: elec tric lights, gas range, etc.; In choice section of Roseville; close to railroad and trolley; rent $34; references required. PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO.. 189 Market st. _ APARTMENT!! RUDOLPH!! 26-28 West Kinney Street. Seven beautiful rooms, all modem improve ments; janitor, hot water, heat: special induee ! mentfl FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad st. BELMONT AV'.. 462—Six large, light rooms and bath; corner flat; all Improvements; rent $16. I and 4C4, five rooms and bath, $14.50. FEIST & j FEIST, 73S Broad st. CLINTON HILL—First floor of t wo-f airily ! house: separate entrances; five rooms and | bath; all Improvements except heat: rent $18 to j small family. PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO.. 189 ; Market st. I COMMERCE ST., 119—Four large rooms; rent | $11: FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad *t. FIVE ROOMS-r-AU Improvements, $14: newly decorated; Janitor service. FIEDLER COR PORATION, 142 Market st., opposite Bamber ger’s. HIGH ST., 236—Five large, light rooms, second fir,or; two-famllv house: rent $12. FEIST A FEIST. 738 Broad st. LIGHT FLAT—Five rooms, all Improvements: Janitor sendee; low rental. FIEDLER COR PORATION, 142 Market st., opposite Bam berger’s. RUTGERS ST., 69M»—Three rooms, $8. Prlnc* st., 233, four rooms, $10. Prince st., 267, one room, $4: for desirable colored families. FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad st. SPRINGDALE AV.—Six rooms and bath; *11 modern Improvement*: separate entrances and separate steam heaters: rent $25. FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad st. _ SPRUCE ST.. 136—Flat, five light, large room*, rent $13. Inquire 65 Montgomery st-, In store. | SUMMIT ST.. 65—Four rooms, rent $6. MRS. ROGER. EAST ORANGE—Choice section; close to rail road station and trolley; six rooms and bath; in new two-family house; all ^Improvements; ; separate steam heaters; rent $25. PHILIP J. j BOWERS & CO., 1S9 Market st. _ ONLY three left out of twenty-two of those handsome apartments In two-family houses, I Boston plan, on Pafk av., Just off Prospect ' st.. Fast Orange: six and Raven rooms and bath, j.gas nnd electric lights, separate entrances and steam heaters; extra large lots; rents $30 first. $35 second. PHILIP J. BOWERS A CO., 1S9 I Market st.' it Stores. Offices, Etc., to Let. 1 tlmo lc a word; 3 times 2%c a word; 6 times 4MrC a word: $1 a line 1 month. _ I RUTGERS ST., 69— Store with two rooms, $14; Howard st., 124. store with two rooms, $9. I FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad at. A-— -*—— - . Loans—-Personal. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2\$c a word; 6 times 41,f»c a word; $1 a line 1 month. ; -— I SALARIED people, women keeping house anj others furnished money without security; cheapest rates, easiest terms; save money by ; seeing me before trading elsewhere. Offices tr 66 principal cities. D. H. TOLMAN, room 612, • 238 Washington *t. ► * Coming Events. 1 time lc a word; S times 2V£c a word; 6 times 4Vfcc a word; $1 a line 1 month. ' 4—— ) SOCIAL DANCE—F. DOBLOBR'S HALL, 3t» , Morrl, »v.. Ohrtatm,., ere., Saturday. Decern bar 24, mo. Admlaelwi. Including wardrobe, Me •> —--:-•> Real Estate for Sale. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 2^c a word; 6 times 4Vfcc a word; $1 a line 1 month. ❖-9 CITY. AT A SACRIFICE. 27-29 South C!r<ve ft.. Irvington, 9-room house, ull Improvements, with building suitable for shop or stable; owner residing on premises. ATTENTION, BUILDERS!! Seventy (70) lots on South Orange av., ready for immediate improvement; prominent inter secting streets; investor’s' opportunity; easiest ten™. FEIST ft FEIST. 738 Broad st. BEAUTIFUL TWIN HOUSES, off Clinton av.; e'ght rooms each, bath.; par quet floors: steanr. hoatenf; combination gas and coal ranges; 50-foot plot; to close estate $8,500; cash required $1,000, balance private mortgage. FEIST ft - EIST, 738 Broad st. ESTATE MUST SELL frame dwelling, fourteen rooms; every im- * provement; plot about COxlOO; on business street; suitable for doctor; great opportunity: forced sacrifice. $10,000; easy terms. FEIST ft FEIST, 738 Broad st. FOREST HILL BARGAIN. Unsurpassed residential opportunity; choicest location; finest construction; eleven beautiful large, light rooms, 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 ft FEIST. 738 Broad st. FOR SALE— Eight-room one-family house, ail improvements' lot 29x100 ; 34 Dover at.. Valls burg section. Inquire of MICHAEL J. TANSEY. 184 Market st.. Newark. N. J. 1 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,COO; easy term*. I FEI8T ft FEIST, 738 Broad st. IDEAL RESIDENCE. Comer near Littleton av., suitable for physi cian, dentist, home-seeker; complete Improve ments: every desirable feature; electric lights, parquet floors, steam, heat, hardwood trim; room for garage; owner leavln • city; must sell *> immediately; easiest terms. FEIST ft FEIST, 738 Broad st. NEAR PARKWAY,. 1 Forest Hill—Something different, beautiful ten i room house, reception hall, tiled bath; elec tricity, steam heat; large beamed living room; open fireplace; hardwood trim: parquet floors; full length mirrors; handsomely decorated; 60 foot plot; $9,250. FEIST ft FEIST. 738 Broad st. NON-RESIDENT OWNER must sell beautiful two-family house in Clinton ,, Hill; fifteen large, bright rooms, two tile baths: extra washroom; reception halls; parquet floors; steam, heaters; separate entrances; mortgtage $6,000; rents $780; price $7,750. FEIST ft FEIST. 738 Broad st. OFF CENTRAL AVENUE Three-family, forced sale; seventeen bright ; rooms, three baths; modem plumbing, awn I ings, storm windows, hails carpeted; 28-foot ! Plot; rental $696; mortgage $5,100; sell $6,600. FEIST ft FEIST. 738 Broad st. ROSEVILLE'S CHOICEST SECTION, close to railroad station and two trolley lines; a well-built two-family house; thirteen rooms and two baths; beautifully decorated; sepa rate entrances and steam heaters and all other 1 improvements; building two years old; newly painted; price $500 below cost to you to dupli cate it. PHILIP J. BOWERS ft CO.. 189 Mar ket st. ROSEVILLE THREE-FAMILY. Near station, near trolley; seventeen large rooms, three baths; honest construct!ton; rental $650; quick action necessary; $6,200. FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad st. THIRD AV., near Summer «v.—Beautiful and convenient location; house, ten roorna and ^ bath; all Improvements, including hot water heat; lot 25x100; reasonable price; good mort- A ■ F«ge and easy terms. STOUTBNBURGH & 1 MOELLER, 800 Broad at. ♦-A Real Estate for Sale. I i ’ t,m* ,c a word: 3 times 2Vto a word; j A * tlmea ft word; $1 a line 1 month. j | OUT OF TOWN. Rust Ornnirr. r IT 18 NOT OFTEN that wc can offer such a bargain ns thfs or j famlly house, beautifully situated In restricted j section of East Orange; convenient to trolley j Md railroad station; there are ten rooms and bath, with all Improvements; no reasonable offer refused. PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO., 1S9 Market st. Long Island. I Is Your Last I / Name Attractive? I I Send it to us, and If we can uso It S I we will pay you by giving vou a B /building lot FREE. 63 streets in B our new development to bo named B after people answering our adver- ff tlsement. iJ KNOLL CREST PARK CO. I 45 Broadway, N. Y. f Jersey. LA KE WOOD. SEND FOR BOOKLET. j Health and homes i mong the pines; bungalow ! Ji00 ap: lp]9»low as *50. LAKEWOOD i HOME. Second National Bank Building, Hoboken. ----- Factory Property and Sites for Sale or to Let. J time 1c a word; 3 time, 2t4c a word: * tlmea tV,c a word: 31 a line 1 month. <9* —---A attention: bee u, for factories and factory sites. We every- available propcrt" lor manufactu !.l?u.iPUrpnse!'' wlth best railroad transit fa clllt es, on easiest terms. These buildings will 1 meet every requirement: suitabe for any kin 1 4 of business, some with railroad sidings, some 1 with power houses. PEIS.’ & FEIST. Factory I Specialists, 738 Broad st. y a ^— ; | | Dock Property for Sale or f to Let. ■ - 1 time 1c a wbrd; 3 times 2VAc a word; 6 times 4’■Ac a word; $1 a line 1 month. *-7~ CENTRALLY located dock, about 140 feet rn river- will lease very reasonab'o or sell at .sacrifice. FEIST & FEIST, 738 Broad at. | --T---- - Tax Notice. TAX NOTICE. * OFFICE OF RECEIVER OF TAXES. City Hall. Newark. N. J.. October 19, 19H\ This office will be open from Thursday, Oc tober 20, 1010. until April 14, 1911. for the recep tion of taxes for 1910: . . .. ... Particular attention Is called to the follow- f Ing requirements of law: If raid on or before the thirty-first day .,f October, one O' per cent, will be deducted If paid on or before the twentieth day . f November, one-half O/z) of one O) per cent, will J be deducted. .. ... _ _ If paid on or before the twentieth day or De cember. the exact amount of tax. If not paid on or before the twentieth day ol December, Interest at the rate of twelve (12] per cent, per annum will be added. If not paid on or before April 14. 1911. wai rants will be Issued with thre»- (3) per ceu penalty. Justice and collector's fees. In , dition to ten ($.10) cents cost of publication each amount personal. Office open from 8 a. m. to 2 p. m. Saturdays from 8 a. nu to 12 rn. » ROBERT L. ROSS. Recol Star want ada hra read by people *w buyers. Advertise In the 8tar.