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_. ■■■' ■■ . __ _. *---9 Notices of births, engascmcnts end i Barrios**, M cents. Deethe, 36 cents; l with notice of funeral. 60 cents. ] 4———-•> DEATHS. BADER—Entered Into rest on Monday, January 2, 1911, Gottlieb, beloved hus band of Katherine Bader (nee Breln ing), aged 76 years 11 months 10 days, 28 Columbia street. BALBACH—At New York city, on Fri day, December 30, 1910, Edward Bal bach, Jr., in the 72d year of his age. Funeral service will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Newark, N. J., on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1911. at 2 p. m Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Interment in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery at the conveni ence of the family. BALDWIN—At East Orange, N. J., on Monday, January 2. 1911. Harriet A., wife of Alfred A. Baldwin, in her 62d year. Funeral services from her late home, 42 North Seventeenth street, on Thursday, January 5, at 2 o’clock. Relatives and friends are invited. In terment Fairmo mt Cemetery. BECK—Entered into rest, at Cranford, fc. J.. on January 1, 1911, Mary Carr, beloved wife of the late John M. Beck. BEHRING—Hugo, beloved son of the late Albert F. and Marie Louise (nee Funk), formerly of Newark, at Cleve land, O., oil Wednesday, December if8, 1910. BRIIl'HAl’S—On Monday. January 2. 1911, Wllhelinina, beloved wife of Karl Breuhaus (nee Hein), aged 89 years 16 days, 197 Sixteenth avenue. BRITTON—Entered into rest, Sunday, January 1, 1911, Mary A. Britton (nee King), beloved wife of William Brit ton, formerly of Newark. Relatives and friends, also Ameri ca Lodge No. 1032, Knights and La dies of Honor; Golden Rule Lodge No. 153, T. O. O. F.; Admiral Boggs Naval Veterans’ Association and Lndlcs’ Auxiliary, are kindly invited to attend the funeral at her late residence, 45 Steuben street, East Or ange. Notice of funeral hereafter. Brooklyn papers please copy. GROSS—On January 1, 19H. Susan Rross (nee Schwelnfurth), widow of Martin Gross, aged 58 years and 10 months. Relatives and friends, also the La dles' Society of the Second German Presbyterian Church and the Ladles Auxiliary Lincoln Post No. 11, G. A. R. , are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 172 Parker strict, on Wednesday, January 4, 1911, at 2 p. m. Interment at Fairinount Cemetery. GROWN—On January 2, 1911, Hannah, beloved wife of Peter Brown, aged 71 years, at her late residence, 849 Sum ine ■ av enue. BURNETT--At New Providence, N. J., on Sunday, January 1, 1911, John R. Burnett, sr., aged 85 years. CARTER—On December 31, J910, John W. Carter. CHRISTIAN—At Irvington, N. J.. Jan uary 3, 1911. Hattie N.. wife of Dr. M. O. Christian. 'COWARD-On January 2, 1911, Louis, beloved husband of Ethel B. Coward, 74 Cherry street. West Orange. DAUM—At Orange, N. J., January 2. 1911, Charles, beloved husband of Sarah Daum, aged 49 years, 29 Mat thews street. DAVIDSON—At East Orange, N. J., January 1, 1911, Sarah A. J., widow of James Davidson, 16 Hawthorne place. DAVIS—On Monday. January 2, 1911, John A., beloved husband of Mary S. Davis. Ill his 67th year. * • Relatives and friends are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral service from his late residence, 66 Taylor street, on Wednesday evening, January 4, at 8:30 o’clock. Interment Thursday morning at Arlington Cemetery. DECKER—On January 2, 1911. William Decker, aged 37 years. DEEVY—At the residence of his son in-law, James J. Fullam, 165 Pennsyl vania avenue, Stephen Deevy. DEUBEL—Entered into rest, on Mon day, January 2. 1911. Gustav Deubel, aged 62 years 8 months and 7 days, beloved husband of Katharine Deubel (nee Kessler). 407 Bergen street. DREW—At Bloomfield, N. J., January 1, 1811, Kathryn A., eldest child of William A. and Pauline A. Drew, aged 9 months and 16 days. Funeral services from the parents’ home, 113 Washington street, on Wednesday, January 4, at 2:80 p. m. Relatives and friends are kindly In vited to attend. Interment at Bloom field. EGBERTSON—At Orange. N. J.. on January 2, 1911, Emeline F., widow of John Egbertson, In her 82d year. 12 Oakwood avenue. ELLIOTT—On Monday. January 2, 1911, Aseneth, widow of William Elliott. FLAHERTY—Suddenly, on Sunday, January 1. 1911, at Jersey City. N. J., Robert Paul, son of James and Mary Flaherty, aged 30 years. GROSSMAN—Suddenly. Sunday morn ing. January 1, 1911, Benjamin Gross man, beloved husband of Mrs. Bella Grossman, and father of Fanny Pash kow. GUILBERT—Entered into rest, on Monday. January 2, 1911, Thomas Guilbert, aged 72 years 10 months, father of Architect Ernest F. Guil i bert. ^ Funeral services at late residence, southeast corner of Montclair ave nue and Ridge street, this (Tuesday) evening, January 3, at 3 o’clock. In terment at Minneapolis, Minn. HALEY—On Saturday, December SI, 1910, Thomas John, infant son of Thomas and Anna Haley. HAMMER—Entered Into rest, Monday. January 2, 1911, Laura Hammer, wife •f Otto Hammer, and daughter of the late Henry and Wilhelmina Ferkel, aged 41 years 3 months 7 days, 393 Littleton avenue. HANSEN—January 3, 1911, Sevrine Hansen, of 18 Watchung avenue. West Orange, N. J., In his 39th year. HARTOUGH—On January 2, 1911. Isaac Smith Hartough, In his 79th year, 74 Ninth avenue. HEDGES—On December 31, 1910, Dr. Albert Marion Hedges, formerly of Newark. N. J.. at Pasadena, Cal. HIGGINS—On January 1, 1911, Thomas, beloved son of the late Michael and Elizabeth Higgins HOAGLAND—On Monday, January 2, 1911. Frank E., son of Mary E. and the late William H Hoagland, in his 37th year. Funeral services will be held from his late residence, 53 Rose street, on Thursday, January 3, at 2 l>. m. Relatives and friends are kindly In vited. Interment In Evergreen Cemetery. HODGE—Fell asIeeD, on January 2, 1911, Phlletta Dodd, wife of John D. Hodge, aged 88 years. Funeral services will be held at her late home, 70 Davis avenue, Kearny, N. J., on Wednesday afternoon, Janu ary 4, at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Interment at Fall-mount Cemetery. Please omit flowers. HOFFMAN—At Orange. N. J., January 1. 1911, Anna C. Hoffman (nee Cole), beloved daughter of George and Marie Cole, 21 Lincoln avenue. HOPWOOD—At his home, 79 Murray street, on January 1, 1911, the Rev. Dr. Isaiah B. Hopwood. in his 80th year Funeral services will be held at the Calvary Presbyterian Church, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Gillette place, on Wednesday, January 4, at 2 p. m. The remains may be viewed at the church on Wednesday morning from 8 until 12 o’clock. Clergymen attending are invited to assemble in the church parlors at 1:45 p. m. INGALSBE—On Sunday, January 1, 1911, Hiram Ingalsbe, In his 94th year. Funeral services will be held at his late home, 50 East Kinney street, on Wednesday, January 4, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends are Invited, to attend. Interment at the convenience of the family. KEOUGH—On Saturday, December 81, Catherine, widow of John Keough. Relatives, friends and members of Rosary and Sacred Heart League aro kindly Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 7 Cherry street, on Wednesday, January 4, 1911, at 8:30 a. m., to St. John’s Church, where a Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Ceme tery Holy Sepulchre. KLUEBER—On Sunday, January 1, 1911, our beloved mother, Elizabeth Klueber (nee Herber), aged 51 years, 47 Enst Falrmount avenue. | KUHN—On January 2, 1911, Katha rine Anna, wife of John Kuhn. Funeral services will be held at her late home, 15 High street, on Wednes day evening, January 4, at 8 o’clock. Relatives and friends are kindly in vited. Interment at Mt. Hebron Ceme tery at the family’s convenience. LYNCH—On Saturday, December 31, 1910, George Frederick Lynch, of 128 Montgomery street, Bloomfield, son of the late John C. and Caroline M. Lynch, In his 55th year. MORGAN—Suddenly, of pneumonia, at Minenapolis, Minn.. December 81, 1910, Henry S. Morgan, son of the lato James K. Morgan, of East Orange, N. J. MURPHY—On January 1, 1911, Eliza, daughter of the late John and Ann Murphy. Funeral services will be held at the home of her nephew, Mr. Roberl L. Smith, 107 Pennsylvania avenue, on January 3, at 8 o'clock. Relatives and friends are ktnd,y invited. In terment on Wednesday' In Falrmounl Cemetery at the family’s convenience NULTY—On December 31, 1910, Alice E., wife of Patrick Nulty and daugh ter of the late James and Mary Ly ons. Relatives and friends are kindly In vited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 131 Bowery street, an Wednesday, January 4, 1911, at 8:80 a. m., to St. Aloyslus Church, where a Solemn High Mass of Requiem will he offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Cemetery Holy Sepulchre. REYNOLDS—On January 2. 1911, Will iam I. Reynolds, aged 48 years. Funeral services on Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock, at the chapel ol Honeywell & Painter, 940 Broad street. Relatives and friends, also officers and members of Eastern Stat Council No. 174, Jr. O. U. A. M„ are Invited to attend. Interment ai Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia papers please copy. RICHTER—Entered Into eternal rest on Sunday, January 1, 1911, after only brief Illness, Susanna Richter, be loved wife of John Richter, In het 66th year. Relatives and friends are respect fully Invited to attend the funera’ from her late home, 190 Pennlngtor street, on Wednesday, January 4, al 2 p. m. Interment In Woodland Cemetery at convenience of family. RILEY—On January 3, 1911, at his lat< residence, Schuyler avenue, near Lau rel avenue, Arlington, N. X, Thomas beloved husband of Elizabeth Riley in his 78d year. RITSCHER—At Lynn, Mass., on Jan uar.v 1, 1911, John P. Rltscher, in hli eighty-second year. RITTENHOUSE—On January 2, 1911 Elisha, husband of Delilah Ritten house, in his eighty-third year. 74' Summer avenue. SCHMITT—On Monday, January 2 1911, Roman J., beloved husband o Mary Schmitt (nee Baumgaertner and son of John and Katharlm Schmitt, aged 28 years 11 months days, 82 oKssuth avenue. SCHULLER—On Monday, January 2 1911, after a brief Illness, Johannc Fredericks Sophia Schuller (nei ... • 4 j - Agents Wanted. | 1 time lc a word; S times 2Ho a word; j ' 8 times 4Ho a word: $1 a line 1 month. •>--^ ! AGENTS WANTED—Man and woman, $2 a day and commission; experience unnecessary. Address EMIL VAN YOAVBR, General De livery. | ---* Hein Wanted—Male. 1 time lc a word: 3 times 2\*c a word; 6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month. | £-—--* AUTO SCHOOL OF NEW JERSEY—Years of i experience In nuto school work enables us to give the best practical instruction at the low est fees; your license obtained after passing cur examinations. Day and evening classes. 467 Washington st., near Kinney. FIRE INSURANCE SOLICITOR—An experL enced Are Insurance solicitor in Newark and vicinity may And a good permanent position. Apply by letter, stating experience ana terms. NEW JERSEY INSURANCE A GEM A . 164 Market st. __ MECHANICAL DRAFTSMEN are paid $160 monthly; complete course (short methods) at your home, four to six months. P. O. Box 433, Newark, N. J. > POLISHERS and buffers wanted; experienced on brass and metal goods; good wages and , steady work guaranteed. Apply at once, ready [ for work, to Superintendent ENOS CX)., Seventh i av. and Sixteenth st., New York. WANTED—Assistant superintendent In large Western factory manufacturing table cutlery and hardware specialties; must be thoroughly competent and able to handle help: capable of producing results at minimum cost. Address OPPORTUNITY, care Chas. Fuller Co., *78 Wabash ave.. Chicago, 111. ! WANTED—Man to work in stable; must be sober.. IRVINGTON HOTEL, 1COO SprtngAeld avenue. WANTED—Piano-player. Apply 520 Broad st. YOU are wanted for government position: 730 month: wrlto for list of positions open. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 214a, Roches ter. N Y. YOUNG man wanted to make himself useful In saloon; experienced preferred. 907 Clinton av. f Help Wanted—Male and Female. : time lc a wort; 8 times 8fto a wort: i times 4%c a wort; |1 a line 1 month. -.J I HOUSEWORK—Middle-aged woman or boy to I aeslet at housework. 81 Halsey et. Wolfart), widow ot Frederick Schul ler, affed 78 years 7 months 21 days. Funeral service will take place on Wednesday, January 4, at the resi dence of her daughter, Mrs. Frederick Jacobi, 186 Maple avenue, Irvington, ! at 8 p. m. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend. Interment on Thursday, January 6, in Fair mount Cemetery at the convenience of the family. SMITH—On January 8, 1911, at hit residence, 74 Bonykamper avenue Thomas, beloved husband of Allct Smith. i STEGMAIER—On January 1. 18U, Charles, beloved husband of Anna Stegmaler, In bis 64th year, 363 New street. TEVLIN—On January 2, 1911, Emmlt M., son of Thomas and Margaret Tev ltn, aged 2 years 6 months, B17 Pros pect street, Fast Orange. TOBIN—On January 1, 1911, Margaret, daughter of tlie late George and Mary Ann Tobin, in her fifty-ninth year. Funeral services will be held at hei late residence. 77 New York avenue, on Wednesday afternoon, January 4, nt 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery at the famlly’t ! convenience. WAITE—At New Jersey Home foi Disabled Soldiers, January 1, 1911 William E. Waite, late of Companj B, Twenty-third New Jersey Volun teers, aged 66 years. WOODRUFF—On Monday, January 2 1911, Renjamin R. Woodruff, In hif 76th year. Funeral services from his lat< home. 184 North Seventh street, or Wednesday, January 4, at 2 o'clock Relatives and friends are Invited. In terment Falrmount Cemetery. Anniversary Mass. DREES—The fourteenth anniversary Solemn High Mass of Requiem foi the repose of the soul of Marie Dreei will be offered at St. Columba’i Church Wednesday morning, January 4, at 8 o'clock. Friends of the family are kindly Invited. Month’s Mind. McEVOY—A Month's Mind High Mas; of Requiem will be bffered for the re pose of the soul of the late Mrs Mary E. McEvoy on Wednesday, Jan uary 4, at 8:30 a. m., at St. Joseph’’ Church. Relatives and friends are kindly In vlted. Resolutions. Ws know not what It Is, dsar, this sloop s deep and still; Ths folded hands, tbs awful calm, the ohssk so polo and still; The lids that will not lift again, though w may call and call; Ths strange white solitude of peace that sat ties ovsr all. At a mooting hold by ths board of trusts* of ths Congregation Renal Jtehurun at th vestry rooms of ths temple January 1st, 1911 ths presiding officer, with deep emotion, tsar In hi* oyes and trembling lips, announced th direful tidings of the demise of our belov*' president, Leaer Lehman. On motion the following mlnuto was unanl mousl.v adopted: liSser Lehman was erer realnus In his work courteou* and amiable In his dealings wit his neighbors, extending ever a helping han to ths needy, and we therefore deeply reallr and regret the great loss our congregation ha sustained In the death of a true Israelite, ou municipality a public-spirited citizen, eu charitable organisation a liberal oontrlhutoi HIb death has created a void that can no easily be filled. With deep feeling of sorrow ws mourn ou loos, and our only consolation la the koowledg that Divine Providence doeth everything for th beet. To the eorowlng widow and bereaved chil dren we tender our heartfelt sympathy In thli their hour of bereavement, and may thl knowledge be a solace to them—their lose 1 Heaven's gain. It Is further resolved that the aLove be In scribed on tho minutes of the congTogatlor an engrossed copy he presented to the desolat widow and mourning children, and the earn be published In the Evening News. Sunda Call, Evening 8tar, New Jersey Frele Zeltun and American Israelite. MEIER NEWMAN, I AARON MEYER. NATHANIEL KING. Committee. Resolutions Uncrossed. G. E. VAN BUSKIRk, 97 Fourth st. Engrost I Ing of resolutions and diplomas a specialty. Notice of Dissolution. ; DISSOLUTION NOTICE. To the creditors of the Autogenous WeldJr. i Co., or to whom It may concern: Notice is hereby riven of the dissolution c the partnership above named, by the wlthdrawi M 0f Jamas A. Hagen therefrom. The businea will be carried on hereafter under the sam name by David Reldenaur as sols propriatoi an I all debts contracted prior to this dat will be taken care of by David Reldenaur. Dated December 30, 1910. AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO., i 2 k Halsey atraet, Nawark, N. J. *-—-♦ ' Help Wanted—Female. 1 time lo a word: J time* » word: I time* 4Vfce a word: fl a lln* 1 month, v—--■—■—" ♦ WANTED— YOUNG WOMEN FOR TELEPHONE OPERATING. MONTCI.AIR. ORANGES. NEWARK. COURSE IN OPERATORS' SCHOOL PROVIDED. 1 . SALARIES $4, 16 AND 16 PER WEEK P^ID WHIIJ3 LEARNING MUST i BE BETWEEN 17 AND 23 YEA. -S OLD. THE WORK IS PLEASANT ' AND INTERESTING. ROOMS AIRY AND LIGHT. ADVANCEMENT RAPID AND POSITIONS PERMANENT. I EVERYTHING DONE FOlt THE COM FORT OF EMPLOYEES. APPLY AT OPERATORS' SCHOOL, f A. M. TO 6 P. M., 281 WASHINGTON ST., NEWARK NEW YORK TELEPHONE o o V P A N Y. j FEMALE applicants of the Bureau of Employ ; ment of the City of Newark, who are desirous of epeedllv securing places In first-class fam I Hies as housekeepers, cooks, chambermaids, j nurses, etc., will please call at the bureau’s I j ladles’ reception room, grbund floor (front) of j I the City Hall, every afternoon, excepting Satur- ■ ‘ days, Sundays and holidays, between the hours j of 2 and 4. when they will meet ladles needing their services. No charge for procuring em> ployment. FIFTY FIRST-CLASS OPERATORS. VAN ORDEN CORSET CO.. WTCKLTFFE AND SCHOOL STS. • JTOTTSEWORKER8. cooks and waitress wanted at ORANGE BUREAU OF DOMESTIC RE QUIREMENTS. r,64 Main st.. East Orange. SALESLADY, to attend bakery and confec- ! tlonery; experienced preferred; no Sunday work. 312 Main st., Orange. WANTED— Girl to tend store, between 13 and 15 years. 96 North Fourth st. WOMEN for cleaners. Apply PROCTOR’S THEATRE today or tonight. Situations Wanted—Female.] 1 time 1o a word; 8 times 2%c a word; • times 4Hc a vord; fl a line 1 month. I ❖ -V Attention Ladies! DO YOU NEED HELP? If you are In Immediate want of household servants call nt the reception room of tho Bureau of Employment of the City, ground floor front* CITY HALL BUILDING, EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY, BE TWEEN THE HOURS OF 1 TO 4. where you j will find awaiting you experienced GENERAL HOU8EWORKBR8, COOKS. LAUNDRESSES. NURSES, SEAMSTRESSES, ETC. Also others not skilled but ready and willing to be employed. POLITE LADY ATTENDANTS. IF YOU are In need of household servant* such as housekeepers. conks. chambermaids, nurses, etc., you can Interview applicants of this City’s Bureau of Employment by visiting the bureau’s ladles’ reception room on vhe ground floor (front) of the City Hall, every afternoon excepting Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, between the hours of 2 and 4. The bureau’s service Is free._ ❖ ---e Wanted—Miscellaneous. 1 time 1c a word: 8 times JHc a word; 8 times 4Hc a word; H a Una 1 month. 4 — LISTER'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORK8. Manufacturers of Fertilisers of all kinds. Bone Black. Glue, Grease, Chemicals, eto. Buyers of Dry Bone and Butchers’ Bone. Con signments solicited. For particulars address •LISTER'8 AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS, 28 Broadway, New York city, and Lister av., Newark. N. J. JOHN F. KEHOR President. WE pay the highest prices for old gold, silver, platinum and diamonds. JEWELRY EX CHANGE. 128 Market st.. room 206. cor. Halsey. Honnehold Goode. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, CONTENTS OF HOUSES, FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT; CASH QUICK; CONFIDENTIAL. 42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.; PHONE 2071 MARKET. ; A----A Funeral Directors. 1 time lc a word; 8 times S^o a weeds I • times 4Vio a word; $1 a line 1 mentk. ^ People’s Burial Co., 380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave. 89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N.J. WILL FURNISH FOR $75.00 elegant casket, covered with fine Mack broad cloth, white or silver gray plush, with massive bar handles, engraved nameplate, lined with silk or satin, outside case, embalming, adver tising, 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 tmdsr * taker 190.00 funeral. Funeral parlors free. PHONE 287 BRANCH BROOK. i ------- ■ — i Newark Burial Co., ! 534 BROAD STREET, Between Bridge and Lombardy streets. For $65.00 ! we agree to supply Black Broadcloth. White 1 Plush. Imitation Oak Caaket. Handles, Plate, * i Interior Lined Complete, Outside Pine Box. * ; Embalming. Newspaper Notice. Use of Rug, . i Pedestal, Crepe, Camp Chairs, Hearse, Three r Coaches any City Cemetery, Services of Funeral : Directors. 1 Parlors for funeral In connection. j Fo2°inMarket. 534 Broad St. 5 POSITIVELY FTRRT-CLASS SERVICE AT REASONABLE RATES. COACHES FOR FUNERALS, $4. J. & A. W. HARTH, J FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND COACH OWN * ERR TELEPHONE MARKET 1. OFFICE, 293 SOUTH ORANGE AV. " WAREROOMS. 291-29fT SOUTH ORANGE AV. JOSEPH J. MANGER, Undertaker and Embalmer. Coaches and Camp Chairs to Hire. I Tel. 762 Waverly. 489 Springfield av. WM. F. MULLIN. UNDERTAKER. 228 Lafayette street. 'Phone 680 Market. JAMES 8. MULLIN. UNDERTAKER. 288 Lafayette street. 'Phone 3102 Market. FRANK A. FOLEY, Funeral Director and Embalmer, *02 Lafayette st. Phone 5738 Market. ❖ -A j Cemeteries. I 1 time la a word; 8 times 8^0 a word; ^ 8 times 4^4c a word; fl a line 1 month. GLEN RIDGE CEMETERY Franklin av. and Joralemon st., Bloomfield, N. J.; tel. 1643-J, Bloomfield. Branch oflloa, Newark, Scheuar Bltg.; tal. mi Market. A-—-A For Sale. 1 time lc a word; 8 times *%e a word: 6 times 4He a word; $1 a line 1 month. V— RADIATORS, POT STOVES, CANVAS CO/ERS. WALSH'S RONS ft CO., CLAY AND PASSAIC STREETS. STANDING TIMBER for sale. For particu lars write M. O. Fleming. 416 West 124th st.. New York city. / VIOLIN outfits $5 and $10; small. $$. HILL, 76C Mt. Prospect av.; telephone *2W-W, Branch Brook. ARTITTIC sign work; lowest prices. HORLE, 128 A arket st., King's Bldg. Phone 3720-J. Mkt. OLD mahogany desk, antique dr*«ser and some chairs. life Milligan pi., South Orange. Pianos and Organs. 1 time lc p. word; 3 times 2He a word; 8 times 4H« * word; $1 a 11ns 1 month. I --- NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS ONLY $1.00 A WEEK. USED UPRIGHTS. $7$, $90. $125. $150. $17$. SPURGE’8, 65 SPRINGFIELD AV. Instruction. I time lo a word; 8 times 2Hc a word; • times 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month. 6-<. NEWARK ACADEMY. Founded 1792. WILSON FARRAND, 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. mTTTMA'M NATIONAL BUSINE89 COLLEGE. One block west of P. O., comer Halsey and Academy streets. Catalog and school literature for the asking. INSTRUCTIONS given on piano by competent teaoher, 35 cents lesson; beginners special at tention PIANO, Box 98. Star Office Hnnclng. THE DAVIS 8CHOOL OF DANCING. HELEN MAC HUGH, CHARLES TRAVERS, TEACHERS OF DANCING. Private lessons our specialty. 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, 406 Broad st. Phons 20-J. B.B. Nolle. PIANO INSTRUCTION—LEO (.uUKSMANN, pupil of Gortatowski, Burmelster and Lorens, removed to 856 South Fourteenth st., Newark; tel. 1844-R. Wavorly. _ CONCERT VIOLINIST will give lessons st punlla’ residence; violins furnished. Address CONCERT, Box 86. Star Office. MR. CHARLES F. EICHHORN, 14 Thomas st., Instructor of piano, organ, harmony, 'cello, flute, g.Altar and mandolin. VTOLJN and piano, Tuesdays and Fridays. Room 2, Beacon st., comer South Orange st. ; eL it lessons $1. BANJO, Mandolin, Guitar and Violin. A. J. WEIDT. 429 Washington st., cor. Kinney. A-— f Lost and Found.. 1 time lo a word; 8 times 2He a word; 6 times 4He a word; $1 a line 1 month. 4--—---— -■<’ I/>ST—Lynx muff, with six tails, Friday after noon. Reward If returned to MRS. STOCK, 194 Avon av. Business Opportunities. 1 time lo a word; 8 times 2He a word; t times 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month. ---* GOOD HOTEL AND RE8TAURANT for salet rood location; want to sell on account or sickness. Apply to A. K. PETER®, 94 Ash land av., E. Orange. BAKERY, confectionery, tobacco, loe cream and fruit store for eale cheap. Incpitre 96 Nbrth IA>urth st. BUSINESS PLACES BOLD—If you want to buy or sell see flCHTWARTZ’8 Business Exchange, 805 Springfield av. Phone 921-L. Market. f-—-f Professional Cards. 1 time lo a word; 8 times 2Ho a word; • times 4Ho a word; $1 a 11ns 1 month. * FRAENTZEL ft RICHARDS. Patent Law. Amertcan and foreign patents, trade-nmrks and copyright end mechanical engineering 745-747 Broad st. Phone 2152-W, **Larket. DRAKE ft CO., Established 1865. Phone 2946 Market. Firemen's Insurance Co. Bldg., Broad and Market sts. RUSSELL M. EVERETT. Tel. 43S8-R. Market. Patent Lawyer and Solicitor. U. 8. and Foreign. Cor. Broad and Market. __ *---O Automobiles. 1 time lo ft word; S time. 2%o a wort: < time. 414c » wort, »1 » line 1 month. < 1855- 5 5 lfl* REPAIR WORK ON AUTOMOBILE WHELL8. PHTNKAS JONES * OO., tee MARKET ST., NLWARK. N. J. Up the drivewftj. REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE RIMS FURNISHED AND APPLIED. Telephone lb .671 Market. BARGAIN-ISM OVERLAND ROADSTER, WITH TOP. CHAB. B. RISES * OO.. Ml HALSEY ST.. NEWARK._ OVERLAND TOURING CAR, EQUIPPED. AT A SACRIFICE: 1900 MODEL CHAS. El RIESS A CO.. Ml HALSEY BT. ? Medical. 1 time lc a word; 3 times fHo a word; ^ • times 4Ho a word; $1 a line 1 month. LADIES DESIRING ADVICE by graduated registered specialist call at MRS. WILLIAMS’S Office, private house. 489 West Twenty-second st.. New York, 2 blocks from Twenty-third st. ferry, or t blocks from Twenty third st. Hudson Tunnel station. Absolute satis faction guaranteed. Charges moderate. Ad vice free. Office hour*. 10 to 4; Sundays, 11 to 4. LADIES’ PRIVATE NUr.rTNG; confinement cases; trustworthy advice by graduate regis tered specialist; advice free and satisfaction guaranteed. MR8. 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. MIDWIFE—MRS. FRIEDRICH, 490 Springfield av., top floor; ladles* specialist; examination free; satisfaction. WEESEL'8) COUGH CORDIAL for coughs, colds and for the throat; whooping cough, diphtheria, hoar senses. _ BAY-ROMA restores gray hair. Dr. Stickle, 79 Halsey et. A--—-4 Phrenology. 1 tlm» lo . wort; 8 time. 814o ft word; « time. 414c ft wort; H a line 1 month. 4-— MME. SCRIBNER, true life reader, 306 Orange st., first floor. I Cemetery Memorials. I time lo ft wort; 8 tin*.. 814o ft wwrt; ( tlm*. 414o ft wort; 81 » lln. t month. ^ GEORGE BROWN A OO.. Ertfthll.h.d 1880. Do.lffner. and Manufacturer, of MONUMENTS. TOMBS, VAULTS AND GEN ERAL CEMETERY WORK IN GRAN ITE MARBLE AND STONE. m AND 874 BELLE VILLI AVENUE. \ A--♦ Real Estate Brokers. 1 time lc a word; 8 times 1%« a word; 5 times 4%c a word; |1 a line 1 month. ■■■-" " LATHROP ANDERSON REAL iiSTATB AND INSURANCE. 174 Broad st. Factories. Phone 1481 Market. F. F. MAYO & CO. We do a general real estate business. We ndidt your trade and guarantee satisfaction. 788 Broad st., Newark. Phone 6190 Market. ROBERT 0’G0RMAN & CO INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 1« Clinton .treat. Tel. UI “CHARLES SPENGLER” Real estate, fire insurance and mortgage loans. Metropolitan Bldg. Washington and Market st* RENTS COLLECTED. HONEST and PROMPT returns guaranteed. SAMUEL R. CAIRNS, 494 BROAD ST. INSURANCE AT LOWEST RATES. P. L BRYCE, Insurance. Real Estate. Loans. 790 Broad st. Furnished Rooms to Let. T 1 tlm> lc a word; 8 times 2%o a word; 9 times 4V4c a word; $1 a 11ns 1 month. I £-——----—V CLINTON ST., 60—Rooms, also light house keeping. GREEN ST., 76—Large, light housekeeping room, 92; hall room; improvements. HIGH ST., 687—Newly furnished hall room, private house, all Improvements. _____ LAFAYETTE 9T.. 175— Rooming anil boarding. ORCHARD ST., 9-Double or aingle rooms. PLANE ST., 76—Nicely furnished front room. |3; also smaller one, |1.60; all Improvements; private. SOUTH ORANGE AV., 24«—Two large connect ing rooms for light housekeeping; improve ments; also hall room. A---V Factory Property and Sites for Sale or to Let. 1 time lc s wort: I time, *Hc • wort; « time 4He a wort; H a lino 1 month. ♦-* CENTRALLY located two-story-and-half brick. with seven-room dwelling; plot 89x100; steam heat; has oil, electricity appliances; fancy brtok front; finished walls, metal ceilings; 99,000; mortgages 94.700; easiest terms. FEIST A FEIST, Factory Specialists, 739 Broad st. EXCELLENT little plant for varnish or other manufacturing; brick structure, sheds with brick floors, heavy bnu stack; fins yard room, 60x86; only $2,600 cash required. FEIST A FTCI8T, Factory Specialists, 738 Broad st. GREEN ST., near Mulberry—Dwelling, Inctud lng one-story brick shop on rear; plot 87.60 feet front; annual rent 3780; price $€,500; mort gage $4,000; immediate action neoesaary. FEIST & FEIST, Factory Specialists, 719 Broad st. WE HAVE facilities to build to suit on easiest terms. Our arrangements are the most com plete in this section. FEIST A FEIST, Fac I tory Specialists, 738 Broad st. a---——e Factories, Lofts. Etc. to Let. 1 time lo w wort: < tlmee THc a wort! • tlmee 4Ho a wort: 61 a Hne 1 month. 4--—-♦ BROAD ST., 421-6-6—Twenty room*, sea. *t»ara heater, two bathe: eultable for man', lod«1n» houee; rent reaeonable to responsible party. LOUIS 8CHLF3SINGER, Union hulldtn* BROAD ST., BW--*ntlre tmlldins. formerly oc cupied ae piano salesroom and studio. LOUIS SCHUOnNOItR. Union bulMln* MARK3TT ST., 70—Three-atory mercantile building; alio threa etory brink buildings, roar 68, 70, 72 Market st., for storeys purposes. LOUIS RCHLBSINGRR. Union building^ 81SCOND. third, fourth, fifth and eluth floora: total 26.000 square feet, or o.OOO each floor; all light; mill construction; heat supplied: freight and passenger elevator: plastered wallet lire alarm boa; lire escapes; lowest rental; Imme diate possession. FRIST & FEIST. Factory Specialists, 738 Broad at. I Stores, Offices, Etc., to Let. 1 time lc a word; 8 times 2Hc a word; 0 times 4V4c a word; $1 a line 1 month. ^ BROAD ST., 463—Second and third floors. suitable for barber and manicure parlors or dressmaking establishment; Immediate posses sion; rent $35 per month. LOUIS 8CHLJDS ; INGER. Union building. CEDAR ST., II—Store, suitable for business purposes; rent reasonable to May 1. LOUIS SCHLESINGER, Union building. DESIRABLE, most convenient location, In tho Scheuer building, corner Broad and Com merce sts., opposite Poatofflce. FEIST A FEIST, Managing Agents, 738 Broad st. HOWARD ST., 124—Store with two rooms; will put in good condition for reliable tenant; rent |9. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad st. A-* Horses & Carriages for Sale. 1 time lo a word; 3 times 2Ho a wort; 6 times 4Hc a word; |1 a line 1 month. ♦-—-.-* AUCTION BAUD—NEWARK HORSE CO., M Bridge st. We hold our opening sale rn Wednesday, January 4th, 1911, and regular auction sales every Wednesday thereafter. We will have 160 horses for this sale to go for the high dollar. Two days' trial allowed on all horses told, with guarantee. Horses and car riages received from anyone to be sold on com mission. DR. FORESMAN. Manager. RUBBER T1RE8. \ We put on and repair eolld and cushion vehicle times; we use Hartford rubber only; they are the best; prices liw; work done while you wait. JOHN G. MERKEL CO., 39 Prince st. ! Business Personals. 1 time lr a word; 8 times W& a wort; 9 times 4%e a wort; 91 » fine 1 month. I METAL CEILINGS AND WALLS. erected in all kinds of buildings. JAfl. V. MAOUIRB, 818 Halsey st., Newark. STOVES, ranges and heaters; rll stoves are guaranteed; stove repairing a specialty. M. B1DDELMAN, 291 Springfield av.; tel. 1727-L. Market. _____ IF you want to be married quietly, without rtee, confetti, hoodlums, etc., there is Justice of the Peace HOPWOOD. 89 Clinton st. Open evenings till 10. 'Phone 3805-J, Market Clothing. I WILL pay high prices for cast-oft clothing. Send postal and H call. FRANK, 87 Mer cer st I WILL pay high prices for cast-off clothing. Send postal and 1*11 call. B. COHEN. fO Canal at Grinding and Cutlery. GRINDING and repairing of cutlery, barbers* tools and doctors* instruments. F. LAUTER JT7NQ, 119 Springfield ar._ i PAID ITS ARMIES 24 BILLIONS. PARIS, Jan. 3.—Edmond Thery, the French economist, figures that the maintenance of Europe’s armed peace footing In the last 26 years cost 146, • 000,000,000 francs, approximately $29, 000,000,000, and constantly excluded from productive Industry 1M.M* officers gad W*0,0#6 am. . •- ‘ vi. ■ 1 <•----9 J Real Estate for Sale. ' I 1 time lc a word; 3 times IHc a word; 6 times 4Hc s word; $1 s 11ns 1 month. fN V -— --—▼ CITY. } SAV* MONBT. Buy Now at Special Pries. Something Different In Two-family HoussA ROSE VILLA TRACT (Roseville Av., Between Third and Bloomfield „ Avs.). These high-class houses, the "De Luxe Oolo^ * ^ nlal" plan, look like one-family £w*Hl«gi; large porches, large plots, hedge fences (ipak i ing each plot a park In Itself). /The difference | Is In style and arrangements. Especially con atructed to please the most critical and exacting v £ purchasers. • f§ SEE THESE HOUSES TODAY! Take Roseville cars to Roseville av., walk 1 north, or Bloomflold av. cars to Roseville av., walk south; ID., L. and W. station within fire minutes' walk. AGENTS ON PREMISES. j FEIST A FEIST, ' Managing Agents. A few apartments for rant, % 788 Broad Street. ^ EASIER THAN RENT. Forest Hill—Only $500 cash necessary; con- * vcnlently located eleven-room residence; recep tion hall, tiled bath, steam heat, electricity, open fireplace, large porch; plot 40 feet front. FEIST A FEIST, 788 Broad st. N FOREST HILL SACRIFICE. Modem two-family; splendid location; eleven * A large rooms, two baths, large attic; extra . large plot. 60 feet front, $6.20' act Immediately. / FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad st. FOR SALE—Eight-room one-family house, all improvements; lot 29x100; $4 Dover st.. Vails burg section. Inquire of MICHAEL J. TAN8HJY. 164 Market st.. Nswark, N. J. LITTLETON AV., j between South Orange and Thirteenth avs.— A Three-family, twenty large, bright rooms; three Jd baths; decorated; steam heat: will rent for ** $1,044; forced price $8,600. FEIST A FEIST, 73$ Broad st. OFF CENTRAL AV. Three-family; forced sale; seventeen bright rooms, three baths, modern plumbing, awnings, a •torm windows, halls carpeted; 28-foot lot: rental $606; mortgage $6,100; sell $6,800. FEIST r : A FEIST, 788 Broad st. $1,000 CASH BUY8 modem two-family, Clinton Hill; fifteen beaut! A fbl rooms, tiled baths, extra Iavatorv, reception ■ halls, parquet floors, separate heater* owner non-resident, must sacrifice; mortgage $6,000 rent $780; price $7.$00. FEIST A FEIST, 788 Broad st. 4 ] $1,600 CASH BUTS greet Investment in splendid location; six apartments of flve and six rooms and tiled bath each; tiled vestibule; handsomely decoratod; - i rental $1,209; price $11,828. FEIST A FEIST. 738 Broad st. $1,800 CASH BUTS well located, modern business and residential corner, two stores, four apartments, five rooms, bath, each; well rented; lnoome over $1,800; easiest terms; get particulars. FEIST A FEIST. 7SS Broad st. V - A Dwelling Houses to Let t ttm« lo a wort; I tlmaa Tl*e a wort: * tlmaa 4$4o a wort: II a ltna 1 month. 9-—- j» MT. PROSPECT AT , Ml—flarran rooma ac'l - bath, ranae, heatar: rant HIM. LOUTS BCHL.ESINGER, Union bulMln*. --- ^ WASHINGTON ST., BW-E!«Tlt rooma bath and all lmprovemant*; beater: rant »» to May 1, 1911: Immediate poenmlon. LOUTS 8CHIJSS INGKR. Union building. 9--O Apartments, Rats and T I Rooms to Let. 1 time lc a word; 8 times $Ho • word; 8 times 4^4c a word; $1 a line 1 month. *>---<> HIGH ST., 236—Five large, light rooms; second floor; two-family house; rent $12. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad st. HIGH ST., 438—Single and oonneotlng rooms i tor light housekeeping. HOWARD ST., 122—Three rooms, $7; 124, tee » I rooms, $8; 126, three rooms, $7 FEIST A FEIST. 738 Broad st. PRINCE ST., 263—Four rooms, $10; for desir able colored families. FEIST A FEIST, 733 Broad st. - ■ - ■ - __ . . . M SOUTH EIGHTH ST.. 80-Flat to let, flve , | rooms, with improvements. Inquire at 76, first flat, or 26 Belleville av. 1 SPRINGDALE AV.—Six rooms and bath; all I modern conveniences; separate entrances and separate steam betters; rent *76; special Inducement*. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad st. ' j | ' "".=!SW ■;-1 A-4.-^ To Let for Business Purposes, i 1 time lc a word; 3 times Vfrs a word; 6 times 4^c a word; $1 a line l month. I •>-* \ FACTORY npace to let first floor, 2,600 squats * fset, with power, heat, water, live steam, etc. Inquire NEWARK SECOND-HAND MA CHINERY CO.. 93 Chestnut st. DOUBLE STORE—Only store in block. 68 Stir ling st. j 9-9 1 Loans—Personal. 1 time lc a word; 3 times 3Ho a word; 8 time* 4Ho a word; $1 a line 1 month. a-4 SALARIED people, women keeping bouse sal 4 others furnished money without security; cheapest rates, easiest terms: save money by seeing me before trading elsewhere. Office* in 66 principal cities. D. II. TOLMAN, room 612, 238 Washington st. 1 THE TRUTH aBO"T PALMISTRY—A won- Jd derful lecture by a wonderful lecturer— wm Professor Palydore. He is the palmist whose m genial and quaint philosophy lsnt such an exquisite charm to the "Professor Paly- ■ dore" stories which appeared almost daily for 1 many months in the New York Journal. You can furnish your guests with no entertainment * more reflned, diverting of instructive, than a lecture by Professor Palydore. For particular* address 615 Hunterdon at.; phone 1624, Wavsrlv. City Advertisements. j OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK. Newark, N. J., December 81, 1»16 Report c.' deaths for the week ending Decem ber 81, 1910: Men, 04; boys, 28; women, 43; girls, 22; total. 154. Ages-One year and under. 81: between 1 and 2 years. 6; 2 and 6 years, 5; 10 and 20 years, 6; 20 and 30 years, 12: 30 and 40 years, 16; 40 and 80 years. 23; 60 and 60 years. 13; 60 and 70 years, 17; 70 and 80 years, 18; 80 and over, 8. ^ Diseaues— Alcoholism, 4; anaemia, 1; angina pectoris, 1; apoplexy or cerebral hemorrhage, 7; appendicitis. 1; atrophy, 1; asphyxia, 1; asthma. 2: bronchitis, 4; Bright’s disease, kidneys, I; burns. 1; ca/icer,'1; cancer, breast, 1; cancer, oesophagus, 1; cancer, uterus, 1; casualties, 1; cirrhosis liver, 2; convulsions. 5; diphtheria. 8; endocarditis. 9; fever, typhoid, 1; fracture skull, A 1; gastro enteritis, 8; gastritis, 2; heart disease, ,m 8; heart, organic, 1; heart, valvular, 2; bem orrhage, 1; inanition. 6; jaundice, 1; locomotor ataxia. 1; marasmus or malnutrition, 3: myo carditis, 2; nephritis, 9; oedema, lungs, 8; per itonitis. puerperal, 1; phthisis, pulmooalta. 8; pneumonia, 22; pneumonia, broncho. 6; pneu monia. pleuro. 1: pneumonia, typhoid, 1; pre mature birth. 3; sclerosis, l; still bom. 3; suicide, 3; tuberculosis, 7; tumor. 1 ulcer, stomach, 1; uraemia. 1; whooping cough. 1. Places of Nativity- United State*. lOf Ir< land. 18; England, 4; Scotland, 2; Italy. 6; Oi many, 16, Russia, l; Austria. 4, colored, 10; “***' 1 JAMS! r.