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T Notice* of birth*. en*a*etnent* and
marriage*. 60 cent*. Death#, 28 cent*;
j with notlc* of funeral, 50 cent#. _^
DEATHS.
ANNIN—Suddenly, on January 8, 1911
Anna M.. wife of the late Edwin L.
Annin. ,,
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the funeral services from her
late residence, 49 Burnet street., cn
Wednesday', the 11th Inst., at 2 p. m.
Interment Mt. Pleasant Cemetery at
the convenience of the family-.
BAIRD—On Saturday, January 7, 1911.
Am Idee H. Baird, aged 64 years,
Pleasant Plains. N. J.
BENJAMIN —On January 8, 1911,
Charles A. Renjamln, In his 78th year.
, Relatives and friends ore kindly
invited to attend the funeral on Tues
day, January 10, from the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Ida Everett, 163
Union street, at 2 p. m. Interment
at Fairmount Cemetery.
BENNETT—On January 8, 1911. Ste
phen Francis, son of John E. and
Elizabeth Bennett, aged 1 year 6
months, 806 Summer avenue.
BE YERLE - At Irvington, N. J.. on
January 8, 1911, William Beyerle.
BOHLINGER—Suddenly, on Saturday.
January 7, 1911, Harry John, only son
of John and Helena Bohllnger, and
brother of Helen E. Bohllnger, in his
18th year.
Funeral services will be held at his
late home. 78 Farley avenue, on Mon
day evening. January 9, at 8 p. m.
Relatives, friends. High School class
mates and members of the ,Sioux
Athletic Club, are Invited to attend.
Interment at the convenience of tha
family.
BORMANN—On January 7. 1911. An
tonia. widow of Captain Herman 1).
Bormann, at her late residence, 18
Phrkhurst street.
COOPER—At East Orange. N. J-.
January 8. 1911, S. May Cooper,
widow of Harry A. Cooper, of Balti
more. Md„ 177 Halstead street.
CROWELL—At East Orange. N. 1
January 8. 1911. James E., only son
of James < 'rowell, tn his 22d year.
Services will he held on Tuesday
afternoon, January 1 o, at 116 North
Arlington avenue, at 2 o'clock.
COWEN—At West Orange, N. J.. on
Monday. January 9. 1911. Katharine
Elizabeth t'owen. aged 7 years, the
l eloved daughter of William C. and
May Bowen (nee Denjpsey).
Relatives and friends are respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral
frhm the family residence, 69 Mt.
Pleasant avenue, West Orange, on
Wednesday. January 11, at 2 p. m.
Interment In St. John's Cemetery.
D1LLT—On Saturday. January 7, 1*11,
Frederick I’., beloved son of Fred W.
npd Sophie Dllly (nee Snyder), aged
V' years S months.
Relatives and friends are kindly in
vited to attend bis funeral, on Tues
day. January 10, at 2 p. m., from his
li.te residence. 131 Nineteenth avenue,
to Woodland Cemetery for interment.
FESTER—Entered Into rest, on Satur
day, January 7, 1911. Louisa Fester
tnee Zusi), beloved wife of the late
Robert P. Fester.
FRA8SE—Sarah Jane, widow of Will
iam Henry Frasse, In her 86th year.
FRENCH—On January 8, 1911. Edward,
husband of Wlnnefred French (nee
Heffernon), 206 Harrison avenue
Harrison
GARVEY—On Saturday. January 7,
1911, at her late residence, 66 Fer
guson street, Ellen Garvey (nee Mur
phy), beloved wife of Patrick Garvey.
GEIGER—At Livingston. N. J., Jan
uary 6, 1911, George J. Geiger, aged
70 years.
GIBBINS—On January 9, Ellen Glb
blns, formerly of 70 Union street.
GIBLIN—On January 9, 1911, Rose
Johnston, beloved widow of James
•KlhUn, 10 Second street.
HEINOLD—On January 8, 1911. Lewis,
beloved husband of Margaret M.
^ Bookstaver Helnold, age 71 years.
Relatives and friends, also members
of Company K. Second N. J. Volun
teers, and United Hatters of North
America are Invited to attend the
funeral services at his late residence.
438 South Seventeenth street, on
Tuesday evening, January 10, at 8
p. m Interment at. Fairmount Cem
etery at convenience of family.
KETCHAM- At Hanover, N. J., Jan
uary 7, 1911, Joanna Louisa Ketcham.
M'CULLY—On January 7, 1811, Ellxa
Ann, widow of George McCully, In her
eighty-sixth year.
M'DOUGALL—On January 8. 1911,
Anna, beloved daughter of Robert H.
and Anna MeDougall, aged 17 months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
OTTO—After a brief Illness on Saturday,
January 7, 1911, Sarah Stevenson,
widow of John Otto, 70 Avon avenue.
PORTER—On Sunday, January 8, 1911,
Charlotte Booth, widow of Charles
B. Porter. In her 64th year.
Funeral services will be held af her
late home, 23 Fabyan place, on Tues
day. January 10, at 2 p. m. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend.
Interment In Mt. Pleasant Cemetery,
at the convenience of the family.
* "
PARISH—At his home. 114 Second ave
nue, Saturday evening, January 7,
1911, Thomas Parish, aged 71 years.
PIERSON—At Morristown, N. J., on
January 7. 1911. entered Into rest, Mrs.
Nancy G., wife of the late Lewis Pier
son. and daughter of the late John
and Abigail Johnson, 149 South street,
Morristown, N. J.
RALEIGH—On Saturday, January 7,
Catherine, widow of Daniel Raleigh,
aged 66 years.
Relatives and friends are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral
from the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Mary McICelty, No. 426 Plane
street, on Tuesday, January 10, at 2
a. m.. to St. Bridget’s Church, where
a High Mass of Requiem will be of
r
fered for the repose of her aoul. In
terment In the Cemetery of the Holy
Sepulchre.
RAM8DELL—On Saturday. January 7,
1911, Mary E., wife of the late Stephen
R. Ramsdell, in her 83d year.
SAYRE—At her home, Florham Park,
N. J., Fr*day, January 6, 1811, Augus
ta Wilhelmina Sayre, in her 88th
year.
SCHENCK—At Stony Creek. Pa., on
January 6, 1911, Louis Pollard, be
loved husband of Amelia Schenck
(nee Blood), and son of William A.
and the late Margaret Schenck. aged
29 years.
SCHERRES—On January 9, 1911, at
her late residence, 273 Walnut
street, Charlotte Elizabeth Scherres
(nee Fussel), beloved wife of Isaac
Scherres.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
, SCHIECK—On January 8, 1911, Edward
Lewis, dearly beloved son of George
L. and Lizzie E. Schleck, aged 17
years 2 months 29 days.
Relatives and immediate friends
will meet at the parents’ residence, 40
Webster street, on Wednesday after
noon, January 11, at 1 o'clock Funeral
services will be held in the North
i Baptist Church, corner High and Or
ange streets, at 2 o'clock. Friends
are kindly invited. Interment at
Falrmount Cemetery.
SCHREMPF—On Saturday, January 7,
1911, Christina Schrempf (nee Heldt),
aged 62 years, beloved wife of Charles
Schrempf, 207 South Tenth street.
SEIPEL—After a orlef illness on Fri
day, January 6, 1911, Katie E. Seipel
(nee Disch), wife of Charles W. Sei
pel and daughter of the late John and
Julia Disch. 14 Hill street. Orange.
SKINNER—At East Orange, N. J.. on
Sunday, January 8, 1911, Ada Ander
son. daughter of Harry Hall and
Elizabeth Anderson . Skinner, and
granddaughter of Henry P. and Ada
A. Jones, aged 6 years.
Funeral services will be held at the
home of her parents, 22 Rhode Island
avenue, East Orange, on Tuesday,
January 10, at 2 p. m.
TATE—Entered Into rest Friday, Jan-1
nary 6. 1911, Daniel T. Tate, in his
fortieth year.
YON ENDE—Suddenly, on Sunday
evening, January’ 8, 1911, Robert, be
loved husband of Annie Von Ende
(nee Hagendorn), aged 49 years 10
months 22 days, 85 Devine street.
Resolutions.
At a special meeting of the hoard of dlree
tot* of the I’nlon National Hank held on the
ninth dar of January, nineteen hundred and
eleven, the following resolutions were adopted:
The director* wish to record their deep sense
of lose in the sudden death of Mr. I*ser Leh
man, who has been a highly esteemed member
of thin board.
He haa been greatly Interested In the progress
and aucceaa of the hank and very actlre in
promoting its beat Interests.
In the prime of life and In the midat of hie
usefulness he haa been called away.
He was distinguished for h».s falthfulnea* to
the many Interests that engaged hia attention,
and hla social, genial disposition, combined
with his fidelity, wisdom and Integrity, caused
him to he much sought after, to exert hla In
fluence In behalf of active business Interests, as
well as the cause of education, charity and
other object* for the public good.
By his Industry and ability he had gained
well deserved success In business, snd hi*
sound Judgment and public spirit led him to
earnestly favor everything that would advance
the beat Interests of the city.
Hla many friends, the business community,
snd the city have suffered a very serious lorn.
We wish to extend our sincere sympathy to
his bereaved family.
We direct that these resolutions be recorded
In our minutes and published In the dally press,
and that an engrossed copy be sent to hla
family.
A. W. CONKLIN.
Cashier.
OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK.
Newark. N. J., January' 7, 1811.
Report of deaths for th# week ending Janu
ary 7, 1811: Men. 62; boys, lI\ women, 46;
girls. 13; total, 133.
Ages--One year and under, 23: between 1 and
2 veare, 7; 2 and 6 years. 2; 5 and 10 year*.
1: 10 and 20 year*. 2; 20 and 30 years, 6; 26
and 40 year*, 13; 40 and 60 year*. 14; 60 and 60
years, 16; 60 and 70 years, 23*. TO and 80 years,
22. 80 and over, 6.
Diseases Alcoholism. 2; apoplexy or cerebral
hemorrhage. 16; asphyxia, 1; asthenia. 1;
bronchitis, 2; Bright's disease. kidneys, 1;
cancer, 1; cancer, oesophagus. 1; cancer, rec
tum. 1; cancer, stomach, 3; cancer, uterus, 1;
casualties, 2; cirrhosis liver 1; convulsion*, 1;
cystitis, 1; diabetes melitus, 1; diphtheria, l;
eclampsia, 1; endocarditis, 4; ♦ryslpelas, 1;
[ heart disease, h; heart, valvular, 8; heart,
fatty degeneration, 2. hemorrhage, 1; lnanl
j tlon. 4: la grippe. 2; marasmu* or malmltrl
i tlon. 2; meningitis, acute. 3; murder, J; myo
carditis, 2; nephritis, 6: oedema, lungs, 1; old
sge or senility, 2; phthisis, pulmonalls, 6;
placenta, praevla. 1; pleurisy, 1; pneumonia,
j 11; pneumonia, broncho. 8; premature birth,
! I; sclerosis. 1; still bom. 8; suicide, 2; syph
| Ills, 1; tuberculosis. 10; tumor, 1; uraemia, 3.
Pisces of Nativity—United States, 86; Ire
land. 17; ftigland, 8; Italy, 8; Germany, 13;
West Indies, 1; Switzerland, 1; Bussia, 4; Aus
tria. 3; colored, 6.
JAMBS F. CONNELLY,
City Clark.
' A-A
• Cemeterv Memorials.
1 time lc a word; 3 times VAo a word;
6 times 4 (4c a word; 31 a line 1 month.
<•-—-—$
GEORGE uROWN A CO.,
Established 1M0
Designers and Manufacturers of
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, VAULTS AND GEN
ERAL CEMETERY WORK IN GRAN
ITE, MARBLE AND STONE.
170 AND 274 BELLEVILLE AVENUE.
Opp. entrancs to Mt. Pleasant Csmsterr.
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Cemeteries.
1 time lo a word; 8 times R4c a word;
6 time* 4(4c a word; fl a line 1 month.
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GLEN RIDGE CEMETERV
Franklin av. and Joralemon at., Bloomfield.
N. J.; tel. 1643-J. Bloomfield. Branch office,
Newark, Scheuer Bldg.; tel. 3821 Market.
JOHN AND JANE BULL
LIKE ICE CREAM SODA.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.—lc« cream
soda lias Invaded England, and la
popular there, according to Vlce
Conaul George B. Stephenaon, at Liver
pool. Up to a year ago little waa
known of this drink In England. It
boaated only one soda-fountain, and
this was in a department store.
This season, however, haa witnessed
the establishment of a number of soda
fountains, and they have met with
gratifying results. Lemon Is the
popular flavor. It Is said that 75 per
cent, of the patrons call for this flavor.
SPELLING BEE FOR
THE WELLESLEY GIRLS.
WELLESLEY, Mass., Jan. Welles
ley College has Inaugurated spelling
classes for girls delinquent in that
branch. One hour a day will be de
{a--♦
Help Wanted—Male.
1 time lc a word; 8 tiroes 2V4c a word;
f tiroes 4Vfcc a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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AUTO SCHOOL, OF NEW JERSEY—Years of
experience in auto school work enables us to
*lve the best practical Instruction at the low
est fees; your license obtain after passing
our examinations. Day and evening classes.
467 Washington at., near Kinney.
MECHANICAL DRAFTSMEN are paid 3186
monthly; complete course (short methods) at
your home, four to six months. P. O. Box 433,
Newark, N. J.
WANTED—Young man in ouslnsss office, to
do general office work; must be willing and
have reference. Address REFERENCE. Box
<0, Star Office.
WANTED—Bov about 16 to work In laboratory.
Apply CENTRAL DYESTUFF AND CHEMI
CAL OO., Plum Point lane.
YOU are wanted for government position; >16
month; wrlto for list of positions open.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 214a. Roehes
tar, N. Y.
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Help Wanted—Female.
1 time lc a word; 8 times S%c a word;
I times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month.
V-----V
I WANTED—
YOUNG WOMEN
FOR TELEPHONE OPERATING.
MONTCLAIR. ORANGES. NEWARK.
COURSE IN OPERATORS' SCHOOL
PROVIDED.
SALARIES |4. IK AND $« PER WEEK
PAID WHILE LEARNING. MUST
HE BETWEEN IT AND 88 TEA.A
OLD. THE WORK IS PLEASANT
AND INTERESTING. ROOMS AIRY
AND LIGHT. ADVANCEMENT RAPID
AND POSITIONS PERMANENT.
EVERYTHING DON FOR THE COM
FORT OF EMPLOYEES.
APPLY AT OPERATORS' SCHOOL,
I A. M. TO K P. M„ 881 WASHINGTON
ST.. NEWARK.
NEW YORK
TELEPHONE
COMPANY.
COOK Competent cook, reference* required.
116 Clinton av.
FIFTY FIRST-CLASS OPERATORS._ VAN
OP.DEN CORSET CO.. WTCKLTFFE AND
SCHOOL STS.
HOUSEWORKERS. cnnkn end waltreee wonted
at ORA NOE RURF.AU OF DOMESTIC RE
QUIREMENTS. 6114 Main at.. East. Oranae.
Situations Wanted—Male. I
1 time lc a word; 3 times 2He a word;
f times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month.
❖-;-❖
STENOGRAPHER and office assistant, 13 yearn
old hiah school graduate; reference. Ad
dress K.. Box 31, Star Office.
A- «*>
Situations Wanted—Female.
1 time lc a word; 8 times 2Hr a word;
I times 4He a word; $1 a line t month.
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Attention Ladies!
DO YOU NEED HELP?
If you are In immediate want of household
servants call at the leceptlon room of the
Bureau of Employment of the City, ground floor
front, CITY HALL BUILDING, EVERY
AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY, BE
TWEEN THE HOURS OF ! TO 4, where you
will And awaiting you experienced
GENERAL HOUSEWORKERS,
COOKS, LAUNDRESSES,
NURSES, SEAMSTRESSES. ETC.
Also others not skilled but rendy and willing
to be employed.
POLITE LADY ATTENDANTS. *
IBusiness%)oportunities.
1 time lc a word; 8 time* 2Hc a word;
6 time* ^ word; |1 a line 1 month.
BUSINESS PIECES SOLD—If you want to buy
or sell *ee SCHWARTS'S Business Exchange.
206 8prlngfleld av. Phone 921-I* Market.
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Funeral Directors.
1 time lc a word; 3 time* 2Vfcc a word;
I time* 4He a word; $1 a line l month.
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People’s Burial Co.,
380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave.
89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N. J.
WILL FURNISH FOR
$75.00
elegant raaket, covered with fine Mack broad
cloth, white or silver gray plush, with massive
bar handles, engraved nameplate, lined with
a1lk 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 under
taktr M0.00 funeral. Funeral parlors free.
PHONE 267 BRANur BROOK.
Newark Burial Co.,
534 BROAD STREET,
Between Bridge and Lombardy streets.
For $65.00
we agree to supply Black Broadcloth, White
Plueh, imitation Osk Casket, Handles, Plate,
Interior Lined Complete. Outside Pine Box.
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.
802inMarket 534 Broad St.
POSITIVELY FIRST-CLASS SERVICE AT
REASONABLE RATES.
COACHES FOR FUNERALS, $4.
J A A TV HARTH,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND COACH OWN
ERS. TELEPHONE MARKET 3.
OFFICE 293 SOUiH ORANGE AV.
WAREROOMS, 291-295 SOUTH ORANGE AV.
JOSEPH J. MANGER.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Coaches and Camp Chairs to Hire.
Tel. 742 Waverly. 489 Springfield av.
WM. F. MULUN.
UNDERTAKER.
821 Lafayette st. Phone 660 Market.
JAMES 8. MULUN.
UNDERTAKER,
SSI Lafayette street. 'Phone 3108 Market.
FRANK A. FOLEY,
Funerel Director end Embalmer.
80S Lafayette st. 'Phone 6738 Market.
voted to spelling classes throughout the
rest of the year.
Nine hundred students, nearly 50 per
cent, of the total registration, are In
cluded In the enrolment. Any student
who submits a paper In which three
words are misspelled is compelled to
enter the spelling class.
i
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Business Personals.
1 time lc a word; 3 time* 2%c a word;
6 times 4‘4c a word; $1 a line 1 month.
♦J*-—
METAL CEILINGS AND WALLS
erected In all kinds of buildings. JA8. V.
MAGUIRE. 813 Halsey st.. Newark.
STOVES, ranges and .eaters; all stores are
guaranteed: stove repairing a specialty. M.
BIDDEI.MAN, 281 Springfield av.; tel. 172,-L,
Market
Clothing:*
I WILL pay high prices for oaat-off clothing.
Send postal and I’ll call. B. COHBN, 6C
Canal et.
I WILL par high prices for cast-off clothing.
Send postal and I'll call. FRANK. 87 Mer
cer st.
Grinding and Cattery.
GRINDINO and repairing of cutlery, barbers*
tools and doctors’ Instruments. F. LAUTFJR
JUNG, 118 Sprlngflc -* ar. _
1 Wanted—Miscellaneous.
8 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month.
1 time lc a word; 3 times 2V4e a word;
—,-*
I LISTER'S AGRICULi UR--L CHEMICAL
WORKS.
Manufacturers of F,rttllr«rs of all Kinds,
i Bone Black, Glue. Grease, Chemicals, etc.
Buyers of Dry Bone and Butchers' Bone. Con*
elfrnments aollrlted. For particulars addrsaa
LISTER'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL
WORKS. M Broadway, New York city, and
Lister av., Newark, N. J.
JOHN F. KEHOE. President.
WE pay the highest prices for old gold, silver,
platinum and diamonds. JEWELRY EX*
CHANGE, II* Market et. room J0«, cor. Halsey.
Household Goods.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. CONTENTS OF
HOUSES. FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT;
CASH QUICK; CONFIDENT! ‘ L 4! SOUTH
ORANGE AY.: PHONE 2671 MARKET.
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Lost and Found.
1 time lc a word; 3. times 2V£o a word;
6 times Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month.
T.OST—Gold watch, dark nearl fob attached.
from Thirteenth ar., along Wallace et., on
Orange car, to North Arlington av., Eaat
Orange; reward. Address, WATCH, Box PO,
Star office.
LOST—Small silver purse. Sunday afternoon.
going from High at. to Springfield av.. or
South Orange av.. blue moire lining Reward
if returned to M. GOLDSMITH, I^asner'e,
Broad st.
I/)ST—White hull terrier dog, one black •Fa
Suitable reward If returned to MARSHALL
GEER. Short Hills. _
Automobiles.
I I time lc a word; J time. 2%e a word;
^_6 ttmrs 4Hc a word; II a llna 1 month.
tire. 55 wi.
REPAIR WORK
ON
AUTOMOBIIE WHi.ELfe.
PHINEAS JONES & CO.,
306 MARKET ST., NEWARK. N. J.
tip the driveway.
REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE
RIMS FURNISHED AND APPLIED.
Telephone 1671-1672 Market.
BARGAIN-1109 OVERLAND ROADSTER,
WITH TOP CHAP. E. RIESS & CO.. 211
HAI.SEY ST.. NEWARK.
OVERLAND TOURING CAR. EQUIPPED. AT
A SACRIFICE; 1909 MODEL. CHAS. B
It I ESS A CO., 211 HALSEY ST.
6 -—— ---♦
Horses & Carriages for Sale.
1 time lc a word; 3 times 2Vfco a word;
8 times 4Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month.
•4*——:-*
RUBBER TIRE*.
We put on and repair solid and cushion
vehicle times; we use Hartford rubber only;
they are the best; prices 1* w; work done while
you wait.
JOHN G. MERKEL CO.. 28 Prince et.
A-_- *
Medical.
1 time le a word; 3 times 2Hc a word;
fi times 4Vic a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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LADIES DESIRING ADVIOB
hT graduated registered specialist call at MRS
WILLIAMS'S Office, private iiouae, 489 West
Twenty-second st.. New York. 2 blocks from
Twentv-third st. ferry, or 4 blocks from Twenty
third et.. Hudson tunnel station. Take 23d st.
oar to Tenth av. Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed. ( barges moderate Advice free. Office
hour*, 10 to 4; Sundays, 11 to 4.
LADIES' PRIVATE NURSING: confinement
cases; trustworthy advice by graduate regls
tered specialist: aovlee 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. n.
MIDWIFE—MRS. FRIEDRICH, 490 Springfield
av.. top floor; ladles' specialist; examination
free; satisfaction.
WEES EL'S COUGH CORDIAL for coughs.
colds and for the throat; whooping cough,
diphtheria, hoarseness.
Sealed Proposals.
NEW JERSEY STATE HOSPITAL, AT
MORRIS PLAINS.
WARDEN’S OFFICE.
January 9, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will
be received by ihe Committee on Purchases
and Supplies of the Board of Managers of the
New Jersey State Hospital at Morris Plains
until 2 o’clock p. m. on Thursday. February a,
1911. when said bids will he received and pub
IIclv opened and read by said committee and
the’ contract awarded to the lowest responsible
bidder, on Thursday, February 9, 1911, for
furnishing the article* named, detailed lists of
which can be had at the Warden’! office, In
such quantities, but not lean than the quantities
■fated, and at such times from February 20.
1911. to August 20, 1911, as may be directed by
the Warden, and all ortlclea fumlahed will be
subject to a rigid lnapectlon. and a full com
pliance with the standard will be exacted of
the contractor.
Prlcee to Include delivery at Morris Plalne;
all freight charges to be prepaid.
Proposals must bn addresaed to the New Jer
sey State Hospital at Greystone Park; must
bear the Indorsement "Proposals for Supplier’’
an«l must be delivered at the Warden's office
before 2 o’clock p. m. on Thursday. February
2. 1911. Proposals received after that time will
not be opened.
All contract* pursuant to thle advertisement
will go Into effect February 20, 1911, and unless
revoked for cause will expire August 20, 1911.
All proposals must be made and all contracts
executed with the understanding and obliga
tion that the articles furnished shall be in all
respects equal to the standard established and
samDles submitted by the Warden, and that all
articles not up to the standard be at any time
furnished or articles ordered be not furnished
at the required time, the contract may be re
voked, and the defective article* will be returned
at the expense of the contractor. Goods will
be purchased Immediately on the market, and
the expenses Incurred, and the difference* In
price, If any, will be oharged to the contractor.
Bidders must carefully examine the samples
at the hospital before making their bids on ac
count of the samples being changed to suit the
different seasons or requirements of the
hospital.
Each bidder must accompany hi# bid with
cash or a certified check payable to bidder’s
order, and properly Indorsed for at least ten
per centum of the amount of hie bid. The suc
cessful bidder must execute within ten GO)
days a contract or agreement for the furnish
ing of the articles contracted for, and must
furnish a bond to the State of New Jersey
In double the amount of his bid with satisfac
tory security conditioned for the faithful per
formance of his contract.
The aucceeaful bidder, by the terms of the
contract to be executed by him. will be required
to furnish any article above enumerated In
excess of the amount called for In this adver
tisement at the same price ae enumerated In
his bid and under the same condition as set
forth in the contract to be executed by him.
The Board of Managers reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids.
GEORGE W. JAGLE.
JOHN A. McBRIDE.
P. J. RYAN.
JOHN NEVIN. M. D..
JOHN C. BUBBLE.
Committee on Purchases and Supplies.
O. M. Bowen,
Warden. janl,16.11
Star want ada are read by people who art
buyers. Advertise la the Star.
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RADIATORS.
POT STOVES.
CANVAS COVERS
WALSH'S SONS & CO.,
CLAY AND PASSAIC STREETS.
VIOLIN outfits $5 and *10: small. *6. HILL,
768 Mt. Prospect av.; telephone Branch
Brook.
ARTISTIC sign work; lowest prices. HORLR
128 Market st., King’s Bldg. Phor.e 3720-J, Mkt
j SMALL pair of mules for sale cheap. HER
j RING-WAKEFIELD (X).. 98 Market at.
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Pianos and Organs.
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NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS
ONLY *1.00 A WEEK
USED UPRIGHTS. •
*75, *90, *125, *160. *175.
SPURGE'S, 65 SPRINGFIELD AV.
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Instruction.
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NEW'ARK 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 catologue.
I TOT FMA1VJ national business
| LULLM/ilN COLLEGE. One block west
of P. O., corner Halsey and .vcaderay streeta
Catalog and school literature for the asking.
Dancing.
THE DAVIS SCHOOL OF DANCING.
| HELEN MAC HUGH. CHARLES TRAVERS,
TEACHERS OF DANCING.
Private lessens our specialty. Waltz and two
! "tep guaranteed In six leesons (with music), day
; or evening, by appointment. Claeses every eve
! nlng. For circulars and terms call or write Davis
| School of Dancing, 406 Broad at. Phone 20-J, B.B.
Music.
i CONCERT VIOLINIST will give leaaona at
i pupil*’ residence; vlollna furnished. Addrea#
: CONCERT. Box 85, 8tar Office.
INSTRUCTIONS given by competent plane
teacher. 86 cent* lesson; beginner* special at
tention. PIANO, Box 98‘, 8tar Office.
MR CHARLES F. EICHHORN, 14 Thomas
st., Instructor of piano, organ, harmony,
'cello, flute, guitar and mandolin.
VIOLIN and piano, Tuesdays and Friday*.
Room 2, Beacon st , corner South Orange av.;
eight lessons *2.
BANJO, Mandolin. Guitar and Violin. A. J.
WBIDT, 429 Washington at., comer Kinney.
I Auction Sales.
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6 times 414c a word; |l a line 1 month.
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BANKRUPTCY AUCTION SALE
of assets of Rossnagel A De Planque. bank
rupts, 8 Central av., at Newark, N. J. A stock
of furniture, beds, bedding, fixtures, otfice furni
ture, A<\, will be sold at auction on Tuesday,
January 10th, 10 a. m., at aforesaid premises.
For particulars apply to SAMUEL ROESBLKR,
Receiver, Union Building, Newark, N. J.
Rilder A Bllder, Attorneys of Receiver,
184 Market street, Newark, N. J.
OTTY T/)AN CO. will a. 11 at public auction all
unredeemed pledges on Saturday, January 14,
1911, at 10 p. m.. at Van Poznak's auction
rooms. 38 South Orange av. City Loan Co.. H.
GOLDBLATT A CO., proprietors, 876 Broad at.
City Advertisements.
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given to all parties Inter
eated that the Certificates of Assessment of
the whole amount of the coats and expenala •<
I opening
PAMONA AVENUE,
GOLDSMITH AVENUE,
have been delivered to me according to law.
Said assessments comprise all lots, tracts and
parcels of land and real estate lying on both
sides of
PAMONA AVENUE,
from Elizabeth avenue to Clinton place; on the
west aide of
ELIZABETH AVENUE,
from a point about 100 feet south of the south
erly line of Pamona avenue to a point about
100 feet north of the northerly line of Pamona
avenue, on both sides of
WEEQUAHIC AVENUE*
BERGEN STREET.
HBDDEN STREET,
MAPLE STREET,
from a point 100 feet south of the southerly line
ot Pamona avenue to a point 100 feet north of
| the northerly line of Pamona avenue; on the
1 east side of
CLINTON PLACE.
from a point 100 feet south of the southerly
line of Pamona avenue to a point 100 feet north
of the northerly lino of Pamona avenue; on
I both sides of
GOLDSMITH AVENUE,
* from Elizabeth avenue to Clinton place; on the
I west side of
ELIZABETH AVENUE,
I from a point about 100 feet south of the aouth
; erly line of Goldsmith enue to a point about
100 feet north of the nortnerly line of Gold
smith avenue; on both sides of
WEEQUAHIC AVENUE,
for a distance of about 100 feet north of the
northerly line of Goldsmith avexue; on both
aides of
BERGEN STREET,
H ED DEN STREET,
MAPLE STREET,
from a point 100 feet south of the southerly Hue
of Goldsmith avenue to a point 100 feet north
of the northerly line of Goldsmith avenue; on
the east side of
CLINTON PLACE,
from a point 100 feet south of the southerly llns
of Goldsmith avenue to a point 100 feet north
! of the northerly line of Goldsmith avenue.
The owners of land and real estate assessed
! In paid Certificates of Aseessment are herebj
reaulred to pay the amount so assessed upon
them, and each of them respectively, to me at
my office, City Hall, on or before February 13,
ltll.
Newark, N. J., January 4, 1911.
TYLER PARMLT,
Jan6-6t Comptroller
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EXCISE COM
MISSIONER8 OF THE CITY OF
NEWARK.
City Hall, January 6, ltll.
The following la the list of the namee. real
dencea and place* of business of applicants foi
licenses contained In all applications or peti
tions made to this board for the granting M
j licenses to sell spirituous, vinous, malt oi
brewed liquors, and not heretofore published
according to law, to wit:
Name. Place of Business. Residence.
RETAIL-NEW APPLICATIONS.
Abraham Chausmer, 1 Manufacturer* pi.,
66 Vincent at
Morris Stern, 16 Ferry st...,.16 Boyd at
Clarence F Boyd. 447 Central av...Sama plaot
Vincenzo Guarlno, 67 Hoyt at.84 Sixth ar
Paaquale Santoro, 39 Adams at .320 Chestnut st
WHOLESALE-NEW’ APPLICATION.
Samuel A. Cassell, 246-248 Springfield av.,
Same ploc<
RHTAIL—REN EWAL8.
Tsldor Feltllnger, 184 Spruce it.Same plac<
Charles M. Stevens, 419 Market st — flame plac<
Thomas Wutka, 91 Pennington st-Same plac<
Tsldor Felznifeld. 148 Bowery at.Same plac<
RETAIL—SINGLE TRANSFER.
Fanny Roth, 45 Prince st.flame plan
RICHARD MILLER.
President.
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
City Clerk.
COBYMAN STREET OPEN TNG ANI
WIDENING.
Notice is hereby given that the commission
ers heretofore appointed by the Mayor of th<
Cl tv of Newark to make an estimate and aa
aeaament upon all the owners of all the land:
and real estate in the City of Newark pecul
iarlv damaged or benefited by any local Im
provement in the said city, in proportion a
nearly as may be to the advantage each w»:
deemed to have aoqutred. have made an estl
mate and assessment of damages or benefit
sustained by or conferred upon all the owner
of ail the lands and real estate In the City o
Newark peculiarly damaged or benefited t;
each of the following Improvements In salt
city, namely:
The opening and widening of_
COEYMAN STREET.
from Summer avenue to Mount Prospac
avenue, and have filed their reports of sab
assessments for damages or benefits In the of
flee of the clerk of the Circuit Court of th
County of Essex, and rtiat the Judge of sai<
oourt has fixed Saturday, the fourteenth da:
of January, 1911. at ten o’clock in the fore
noon. In the Circuit Court room at the Cour
House in the City of Newark, as the tlm
and place of hearing any objection* that mi:
be made to the said assessments.
Dated January t, 1911
HERBERT BOGGS,
Jaa9-6t CHy Attain**.
1
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Special Keai Estate Pays—TMays ami Fridays.
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Real Estate Brokers.
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LATHROP ANDERSON
REAL. ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
474 Broad st. Factories. Phone 1431 Market.
~ F. F. MAYO & C07
We do a general real estate business. We solicit
your trade and gur antee satisfaction.
783 Broad st., Newark. Phone 6160 Market.
ROBERT O'GORMAN & CO.
INSURANCE AND REAI, ESTATE.
15 Clinton atreot. Tel. 132 Market.
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. LRYCB.
Insurance. Real Estate. Loans. 790 Broad^L
I Furnished Rooms to Let.
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CLINTON ST., 60—Rooms, also light house
keeping.
GREEN ST., 76—Iarrre, light housekeeping
room, $2; hall room; Improvements.
LAFAYETTE ST.. 176— Roomtrw and boarding.
ORCHARD ST., 8—Double or single rooms.
WASHINGTON 8T., 133—Front alcove room,
also large room.
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FRAENTZEL A RICHARDS, Patent Law.
American and foreign patents, trade-marks
and copyright and mechanical engineering.
; 746-747 Broad st. Phone 2162-W, Market.
DRAKE A CO..
• Established 1866. Phone 2846 Market. Firemen’s
! Insurance Co. Bldg., Broad and Market sts.
RUSSELL M. EVERETT. Tel. 4388-R. Market.
Patent Lawyer and Solicitor.
U. S. and Foreign. Cor. Broad and Market.
BRYANT STREET FTaAGGINO, PIERSON'S
ALLEY REPAVING, ROSE 8TREEJT PAV
ING. WATSON AVENUE PAVING.—Assess
ment for Benefits.
Notice Is hereby given that an assessment
upon all the owners of all the lands and real
estate peculiarly benefited by each of the fol
I lowing Improvements, namely:
| The flagging of
BRYANT STREET,
! from Lincoln avenue to Summer avenue, ac
cording to the provisions of an ordinance of
the city of Newark entitled, "An Ordinance to
provide for the flagging of
BRYANT STREET,
from I-dncoln avenue to Summer avenue,” ap
proved July 16, 1910.
The repaving of
PIERSON’S ALLEY.
from Market street to Bank street, according to
the provisions of an ordinance of the city of
Newark entitled, "An Ordinance to provide for
the repavlnr of
PIERSON’S ALLEY,
from Market street t> Bank street,” approved
May 13. 1910.
j The paving of
ROSE STREET.
I from Bergen street to Kipp street, according to
I the provisions of an ordinance of the oity of
Newark entitled, "An Ordinance to provide for
the paving of
ROSE STREET,
from Bergen street to Kipp street,” approved
I April 16, 1910.
The paving of
WATSON AVENUE,
• from Elizabeth avenue to Jelllff avenue, accord
ing to the provisions of an ordinance of the
city of Newark entitled, ”An Ordinance to
provide for the paving of
WATSON AVENUE,
from Elisabeth avenue to Jelllff avenue." ap
proved April 16, 1910, has been prepared ny the
undersigned commissioners, appointed by the
Mayor of the city of Newark, and that a report
by a certificate In writing, with an accompany
ing map and schedule, showing the several as
sessments against the several owners peculiarly
i benefited as aforesaid, has been deposited In the
office of the City Clerk of the city of Newark
1 for examination by the parties interested
therein.
Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts and
parcels of land and real estate liable to be as
sessed as aforesaid, lying on the north side of
BRYANT STREET.
from Lincoln avenue to Summer avenue; on
both sides of
PIERSON'S ALLEY.
from Market street to Bank street; on both
I sides of
ROSE STREET,
from Bergen street to Kipp etroet; on both
•Ides of
WATSON AVENUE,
from Elizabeth avenue to Jelllff avenus.
A "lot” rspresents an entire plot of land,
whether large or small.
All persons Intereeted In said assessment may
I be heard before said commissioners on Thurs
day, the twelfth day of January, 1911, at 2 p.
m.. at the commissioners* room. No. 4 (3d
floor), City Hall.
Dated January 6. 1911.
WILLIAM DIWOND,
JOHN F. MONAHAN.
ADOLPH FIRCH,
Jan6-Bt Commissioners.
OFFICE of ths Chief Engineer of the Board of
Street and Water Commissioners of the City
of Newark.
NOTICE.
The final estimates for ths following con
tracts will be presented to the Board of Street
and Water Commissioners of the City of New
ark. for acceptance, on Thursday. January 12,
1911, at 8:16 p. m., viz.:
Flagging of
SOUTH TWELFTH STREET,
from Thirteenth avenus to Central avenue;
Flagging of
VERONA aVENUE*
from Oraton street to Riverside avenue;
Also for the paving of
GOBLE STREET,
from Thomas street to Emmett street;
Paving of
CLIFTON AVENUE, %
from El wood avenue to Grafton avenue;
Paving of
* HORATIO STREET,
from Hawkins street to Manufacturers^ lane;
Paving of
LAKE STREET,
from Bloomfield avenue to Park avenue;
Repaving of
PREIJNOHUYSBN AVENUE,
from Astor street to Miller street;
And for the construction of ths
WEEQUAHIC OUTLET SEWER.
All objections to the payment of Bald esti- i
mates muet be filed with me. In writing, on
or before 2 o'clock of Thursday, January 12,
, 1911.
Dated January 6, 1911.
MORRIS R. SHERRKRD,
1an6-6t Chief Engineer.
NOTICE OF INTENTION—Board of 8treet and
Water Com ml as loner*.
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Board
of Street and Water Commissioners of the City
of Newark, at a meeting held the fifth day of
January, 1911. and approved by the Major of
, the Cl tv of Newark on the sixth day of Janu
ary. 1911, public notice* le hereby given that
It la the intention of the Board of Street and
Water Coramlssionera of the City of Newark,
under and by virtue of provisions of the act
entitled, “An act to revise and amend the char
ter of the City of Newark.” approved March
1 llt.h, 1867. and the supplements thereto, and the
! act creating the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners of the City of Newark, approved
March 28th. 1891. and other public laws of the
1 State of New Jeraey, to order and cause the
opening of
MECHANIC STREET,
from Ailing street to New Jersey Railroad ave
nue. for a width of fifty feet, as ths same Is
1 shown on a map on file In the office of the Chief
Engineer, known and designated as No. 1071-0.
' Such persons as may object thereto are re
1 quested to present their objections in writing
' to the clerk of said board, at the office of ths
• Board of Street and Water Commissioners, City
: Hall, Newark, on or before the expiration of six
> days from date of this notice.
By direction of ths Board of Street and Water
Commissioners of the City of Newark.
M. B. SHHRRERD
> Chief Maftaeet.
Newark. N. Jaaaary «. U&l. juft*
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Real Estate for Sale.
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CITY.
FOR SALE—Modem seven-room house at your
own price; come and Inspect and make an
offer. 868 South Nineteenth st., Newark.
Real Estate Wanted.
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8 times 4*4c a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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HOUSE, between Elizabeth and Dunellen, near
trolley or depot, under $2,600, on monthly pay
ments; from owner direct. NICOLL* 834 World
Building, New York.
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Apartments, Flats and
Rooms to Let.
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8 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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JAMES ST., 88—First flat, 6 rooms and bath,
halls Janltored: 120. McCRACKEN. 800 Broad
street.
Oiit of Town.
ORANGE—Four rooms and bath, first floor;
stationary range and hot water; $15. 18
Ogden st.
Loans—Personal.
1 time lc a word; 8 times 2Vfeo a word;
8 times 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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SALARIED people, women keeping house an1
others furnished money without security;
cheapest rates, easiest terms; save money by
seeing me before trading elsewhere. Offices I i
M principal oltles. D. H. TOLMAN, Room C12.
138 Washington st.
Surrogate's Notices.
NEWARK. N. J., November 80, 1910.
Estate of William V. Johnson, deceased.
Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal.
Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day
made, on the application of the undersigned,
executrix of said deceaeed. notice is hereby
given to the creditors of said deceased to
exhibit to the subscriber under oath or affirma
tlon, their olalms and demands against the
estate of said deceased, within nine month*
from this date, or they will be forever barred
from prosecuting or recovering the same
against the subscriber.
ATTRILU- B JOHNSON.
Arthur R. Denman, ,/
Proctor.
NEWARK, N. J., November 19, 1910.
Estate of John Joseph Drummond, deceased.
Pursuant to the order of Isaao Shoenthal.
Surrogate of the County of Essex, this dRy
made, on the application of the undersigned,
executors of said deceased, notloe Is hereby
given to the creditors of said deceased to ex
hibit to the subscribers under oath or affirma
tion, their olalms nd demands against the
estate of said deceased, within nine months
from this date, or they will be forever barred
from prosecuting or recovering the same
against the subscribers. ,
THOMAS J. LTNTOTT,
JOHN W. BROPHT.
Untott, Kahr# and Young,
Procters.
NEWARK. N. J., November 18. 19101
Estate of Samuel R. Brown, deceased.
Pursuant to the order of Isaac Sheen the 1.
Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day
made, on the application of the undersigned,
executrix of said deceased, notice Is hereby
given to the creditors of said deceased to ex
hibit to the subscriber under oath or affirma- j
tlon, their claim* and demands against the
estate of raid deceased, within nine month*
from this data or they will be forever barred
from prosecuting or recovering the same against
the subscriber.
SARAH M. BROWN.
Michael J. Tansey,
Proctor.
NEWARK. N. J., November 14. 1910
Estate of Sarah W Baldwin, deceased.
Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal,
Surrogate of the County of Esnex^ this day
made, on the application of the undersigned. -i
executor of said deceased, notice is hereby
flven to the creditors of paid deceased tc ex
Iblt to the subscriber under oath affirma
tion, their claims and deinando against :h«
estate of said deceosed. within nine month”
from this date, or they wl’l be forever barred
from proserutlnfg or recovering the name
against the subacriber.
GEORGE T. KOHL. j
Georgs E. Clymer,
Proctor.
NEWARK. N. J.. January 8. 3911.
Estate of Sherod C. Ball, deceased.
Pursuant to the order of Isaac fihoenthal, %
Surrogate of the County of Wvu. this dp.y
mads, on ths application of the undersigned,
executors of said deceased, notice 1s hereby
given to the creditors of said deceased to
exhibit to the subscribers under oath or affirma
tion. their claims and demands against the
estate of said deceased, within nine montr.H
from this date, or they will be forever ba-red
from prosecuting or recovering the same against
the subscribers.
CLARENCE W. A IDLING,
FRANK BARTLETT.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—
Notice is hereby given that the accounts of
the subscriber, the executor of the last will
and testament of Michael A. McManus, de
ceased. will be audited and stated by the Burro
gate and reported for settlement to the Or
phans' Court of the County of Essex on Fri
da v, the thirteenth day of January. 191L
EUGENE P. CARROLU
Dated December 3, 1910.
John H. O'Connor.
Proctor.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—
Notice is hereby given that the accounts of
the subscribers, surviving trustees under the
last will and testament of James T. Ball, de
ceased. will be nudlted and stated by the Surro
gate and reported tor settlement to the Or
phans' Court of the Coun*- of Essex on Friday,
the third day of February next.
MARY J. OGDEN.
CHARLES F. KILBURN.
Dated December 18. 1910.
NOTICE OF RETTIHMHNT—
Notloe Is hereby given that the accounts of
the subscriber*, executors of the last will and
testament of Katharine M. B. Lee. deceaeed,
will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and
reported for settlement to the Orphans' Court
of the County of Essex, on Friday, the third
dav of February next.
CHARLES H RANSOM.
FREDERICK B. HODOB.
Dated December 17, 1910.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—
Notice is hereby given that the accounts of
the subscriber, administrator with the will an
nexed of Bridget Barker, deceased, will be
audited and stated by tne Surrogate and re
ported fbr settlement to the Orphans' Ooort of
the County of E*«ex on Friday, the third day
of February next.
WILLIAM B. GFLLMORB.
Dated December 29, 1919.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—
Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of
the subscriber, the executor of the estate of
Mary Rose, deceased, mill be audited and
stated by the Surrogate and reported for settle
ment to the Orphan*' Court of the County of
Essex on Friday, tbo twentieth day of Janu
ary. 1911, next.
JAME8 B. PIER.
Dated December 14. 1919.
James P. Mylod.
Proctor.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—
Notice Is hereby given that the account* of
the subscriber, surviving trustee under the last
will and testament of Charlotte B. Whltelev
deceased, will be audited and stated by the
Surrogate and reported for settlement to the
Orphans' Court of the County of Essex on
Friday, the twentieth day of January next.
GEORGE H. LAMBERT.
Dated December 16. 1910.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT—
Notice 1, hereby Riven lh»t the account, of
the aubacrlber, the executor and trustee under
the last will and testament or Bernard M
Shanley, deceaeed. will be audited and stated
by the Surrogate and reported for aettlemont
to the Orphan, Court of the County of IMex
on Friday, th, tenth day of February next
p.ted December ,0. r ”H*NLU'
TJntott. Kahr. * Tourn*. /
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