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\ _ _J DEATHS. ARMSTRONG—On January 16. 1911, * William, beloved husband of Mary E Armstrong (nee Hlgglnsi. at his resi dence, 82 Munn avenue. Vallshurg. In his forty-second year. Notice of funeral hereafter BIDDULPH—At Montclair. N. J., Fri day. January 13, 1911. of pneumonia. Elizabeth L. Biddulph. aged 60 years. HUGOS—uri January 16, 1911, suddenly, at Philadelphia. Sarah A. Boggs, aged 76 years, widow of the late Gilbert B«gge RRENN—Entered into rest, on Satur day. January 14, 1911, Caroline Brenn (nee Oels). aged 62 years 8 months and 23 days, beloved wife of Freder ick Brenn and beloved mother of Fredrick H. Brenn. William G. Brenn, ‘diaries F. Brenn, Caroline Wegle and Christine M. Slebert, 195 West Kinney street. BI'CHLER—On January 15, 1911, John Buchler. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral from the parlors of Frank A. Foley, No. ;;(i2 Lafayette street, on Tuesday, January 17. 1911. at 9 a. m. Inter ment n the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. DAY—On January In, 1911. Thomas, aged 78 years, at the residence of his daughter. Mrs. Davis, 276Vs Prince , street. DICKERSON—At Nutley, January 14, 1911. James D. Dickerson. Relatives and friends and members of Nutley Lodge. F. and A. M.. and General Custer Council No. 130. Jr. O. U. A. M„ and Good Intent Council, I) of L„ are cordially Invited to at tend the funeral services at his late residence. 29 New street, Nutley. N J . on Wednesday. January 18, at 2 p. ni. Interment at Rloomfleld Cemetery. EATON At South Orange. N. J.. Jan unrv 16, 1911, Frances Marion, widow of Edwin W. Eaton, aged 70 years ENGLISH—On January 10, 1911, at Or lando. Fla.. Gertrude, daughter “f William R. and Rhoda E. English, formerly of Glen Ridge, N. .1.. aged 34 years 10 months 25 days FLAMME—On Saturday. January 14, 1911. Leopold F. Flamme, in his 89th year. GENUNG At Livingston. N. J.. Janu ary 15. 1911. Silas P. Genung. huaband of Frances Genung (nee Demarest), in his seventieth sear, Mt. Pleasant avenue, Livingston, N. J. fjjLROI -On January 16, 1911. Patrick .1.. beloved husband of Annie Gilroy (nee Toeman). 326 New street. GOl'LD—On Monday, January 16. 1911. John Woodward Gould, M. D., in Ills 72d year. Funeral services will be held at his late home. 83 Ridgewood avenue, on Tuesday afternoon, January 17, at 4 o'cloek. Interment Rural Cemetery, Albany. N. Y. JACKSON Beloved son of Joseph and Elizabeth Jackson, Frank T., aged 36 years, departed this life January 13. 1911. 1 - JONES At Morris Plains. N. J., Janu ary 13, 191.1, Katie, beloved sister of Mrs. Dora Cuff KEALY At Dunellen, January 16. Ull, Louise B. Kealy, aged 81 years 4 months 8 days. LANK—At Hope. N J., on Friday, January 13, 1911, Sarah A. 'I Lane, of Ocean Grove, N. J. LOUGHLIN—On January 16, 1911, Brid get, widow of John Loughltn. at her residence. 151 Emmet street. McCONNELL—At New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers. January 14, 1911, Edward McConnell, late of Company Q. T went y - sc von tb New Jersey Vol unteers. end Company B. First New Jersey Volunteers, aged 76 years H'KEVITT—At his late residence. 9 South Munn avenue, Philip, hus band of Margaret McKevltt (nee Murra y). MOE—On January 15, 1911, Edward A., beloved hueband of Catherine Moa, 160 Morris avenue. MOORE—On January 11, 1911, at her late residence. 517 North Fifth greet. Bridget wife of William Moots. O'TOOLE—On January 16. 1911, at the residence of his parents, 407 South Fourth street, Harrison. Jeremiah JoBoph. beloved son of James L. and B. A. O'Toole (nee Malkin). Notice of funeral hereafter. •■ETfNYFBJATHER—On January 14, 1911, at her residence, 81 Ferry street, Sarah, beloved widow of Edward I’pnnyfeather. REED—On Saturday, January 14. 1911, Louise Cloud, wife of Hugh B. Reed. Funeral services will be held at her late home. 28 Stratford place, on Monday evening. January 16, at 8 o'clock. Interment on Tuesday at Baltimore, Md. SCOTT—At Memorial Hospital. Orange, N. J.. January, 15. 1911, Ottle, beloved sister of Mrs. Martha Reid. SMITH—On January 15. 1911. at the home of his daughter. Mrs. T. L. Smith. 33 Mountain View avenue. Or ange. John V., husband of the late Morelia L Smith, In his 76th year. SNYDER—At New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers, January 12, 1911, Jacob H. Snyder, late of Company C, Eleventh New Jersey Volunteers, aged 77 years. STELLE—At Metuchcn, N. J„ on Janu ary 14, 1911. Isabella T. Steels, aged 89 years. VAN GAASBBEK—At Albany. N. Y„ suddenly, Alexander Boyd Van Gaas beek. in the 95th year of his age, father of Amos C. Van Oaasbeek. of Orange, N. J VAN SANT—Suddenly, on January 18 1911. Margaret B. Van Sant (nee Ad ams), &lfe of the Rev. Isaac N. Van I Sa-iit. aired 84 years, at her residence 52 Abbott avenue, Ocean Grove. 1 WIE8T—At Montclair, N. J., on Janu ary 15, 1911, Andrew, beloved hu« } band of Mary E. Wlest (nee Dunlap) aged 38 year*. 124 Glenrtdge avenue. — 1 WILLETS—At Minneapolis, Minn., or Sunday. January 15,1911, Joseph Hew | lett Wlllets, of Chicago, son of David B. and Mary Wlllets and husband ol Phoebe E H. Wlllets Rrqulrm Mna*. I MURRAY—A High Mass of Requieir will be offered for the repose of tht soul of the late' Ann Murray ot Tuesday, January 17, 1811, at 7:81 a. m., at Ht. John’s Church, Orange I N- X Relatives and friends are kindly In vlted to attend. OFFICE OF CITY OL.KRK Newark, N. J.. Jan. 14. 1913 Report of interment?* for the week ending January 14. 1911. Man, 46; boy*. 34; women, <9; girls. 11; total. 130. Ages—One year and under. 21; between 1 and 2 veers, S; 2 and 5 years, 3, R and 10 yean, 1; 10 and 20 years, B; 20 and 30 years, 11: 30 and 40 yean. 12; 40 and 80 years. 16; R0 and 60 years. 15; 60 and 70 years. 17; 70 and SO years, 16; 86 years and over, *3. Diseases—Abscess. 1; a Ieoh oil era, 1; anaemia, 1; apoplexy or cerebral hemorrhage. 9; bron chitis. capillary, 1; Bright's disease, kidneys, 1; burns. 1; cancer, ntornach, 3; casualties. 2; cirrhosis liver, I; convulsions, 1; diabetes irielitue. 1; diphtheria. 1; endocarditis, 4; enteritis, 1; erysipelas. 1; scarlet fever, 1; fracture skull, 1; gastritis. 1: heart, disease. 5; hernia. 1; inanition, 2; la grippe, 1; marasmus or malnutrition, 2; meningitis, acute. 2; men ingitis. tubercular. 1; meningitis cerebro spinal. 1; myocarditis. 3; nephritis, 8; oedema, lunge. 1; old nge or senility. 1; paralysis, gen eral. 1; phthisis, pulmonalls. 12; pneumonia. 18; pneumonia, broncho. 9; pneumonia, pleuro, 1: poleonlng. accidental. 1; premature births, 4; rheumatism. 1; still born. 7;' suicide, 2; tuber culosis. li; uraemia. 1; whooping cough. 1. Places of Nativity—United States, Ireland. 16; England. 4; Scotland, 1; Italy, 2; Sweden. 1; Germany. 12; Switzerland. 1; Canada. 1; Russia. 1; Austria. B: colored. 9; unknown, 3. JAMES F OONNELLT, City Clerk. CEMETERY MEMORIALS^ GEORGE ~ROWN A OO.. Established imo. Designers nnd Manufacturer* of MONUMENTS, TOMBS, VAULTS AND GEN ERAL CEMETERY WORK IN GRAN ITE. MARBLE AND STONE. 270 AND 274 BELLEVILLE AVENUE. Opp. entrance to Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. FUNERAL. DIRECTORS. 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 Mlver gray plush, with massive bar handle*, engraved nameplate, lined with silk or satin, outside case, embalming, adver tising. dressing, shaving, crucifix, candelabra, gloves, chairs, heame and three coaches to Any city cemetery We furnish for $45.00 * funeral that measure* up to any trust under taker $90.00 funeral. Funeral parlors free. PHONE 2ff7 BRAN*,. BROOK. Newark Burial Co., 534 BROAD STREET, Between Bridge and Lombardy streets. For $65.00 , w* agree to supply Black Broadcloth, White J Plush, imitation Oak Casket, Handles. Plate. Interior Lined Complete. Outside Pine Boa. , Embalming. Newspaper Notice, .Use of Rug. Pedestal. Crepe. Camp Chairs, Hearse, Three ! Coaches Rny City Cemetery, Services of Funeral I Directors. Parlors for funeral In connection | aOS^Market. ' 534 BfOad St. POSITIVELY FIRST-CLASS SERVICE AT REASONABLE RATES. COACHES FOR FUNERALS, $4 J A A. W HARTH. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND COACH OWN ERS. TELEPHONE MARKET 2 OFFICE 293 SOUiH ORANGE AV. W A REROOMS. 291-296 SOUTH ORANGE AV. JOSEPH J MANGER, Undertaker and Emhalmer. Coaches and Cfcmp Chairs to Hire. Tal. 761 Waverly. 469 Springfield av. WM. F MULLIN. UNDERTAKER. 22* Lafayette at , 'Phone 660 Market. JAMES S MTTLLTN. UNDERTAKER, 823 T^ifayette street. 'Phone 3102 Market. FRANK A. FOLEY. Funeral Director and Kmbnlmer. 302 Lafayette at. 'Phone 673* Market. CEMETERY MEMORIALS. 0LEN RIDGE CEMETERY. Franklin av. and Jora lemon st.. Bloomfield, N. J.: tel 1643-J, Bloomfield Branch office. Newark. Schauer Bldg., tel. 3921 Market. REVOLVER HALTS MAN, ELIZABETH. Jan. 16.—Not until Pa trolman Ulrich held a revolver to frighten him Into submission did Wtll lain McNamara, a driver, living in Laurel street, halt his horse He drove up and down the street several times at a fast gait and finally Patrolman Ulrich, at the direction of Sergeant Reltpmeyer. took him Into cuatody. The rig is the property of Percy H. Kent, of East Broad street and Jefferson avenue. McNamara was held for a hearing Wednesday. ARTIST TO LECTURE. PLAINFIELD, Jan 16.—Jonas Lie. the well-known artist, will give the first of three lectures today before the Monday Afternoon Club on "Ibsen and His Country.” The subject for the first lecture will be "Norway, the Land and the People.” Two of Mr. Llo’s paint ings from his recent exhibition In Now York have been bought for the Inter national exhibition in Rome. What is considered Ills best picture, "The Witches' Pool," is now In the art gal lery at Los Angeles. TRIES TO SHOOT TWO. ; PLAINFIELD, Jan. 16.—John Uur j sky, of South Plainfield, has boen held ! by Justice of the Peace Smith, of that I place, to await the action of the Grand Jury, in default of. $5,200 bail on a j charge of attempting to shoot Joseph j Delaney and John Thornton, also of i South Plainfield. It is claimed that Gursky was under the Influence of liquor at the time. He could give no satisfactory reasons for his actions. LECTURES ON “BEN HUR.” ! ELIZABETH, Jan. 16.—A large au dience enjoyed an illustrated lecture on "Ben Hur" last night, In St. Patrick’s Parish Hall, under the direction of the Holy Name Society, The lecture was followed by illustrated songs. The com mittee in charge included Maurice Me CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES. Mom. Eveg Both idltlon. Edition- Editions Per wor.. l Insertion. lc lo 14c Per word, 3 Insertions.. 34c 14° 44c Per word, 6 Insertions. 44o 44c 84o One month dally, per lir> 1.00 1 00 2.00 One month, E. O. D., per line. 80 .60 1.80 81x months dully, per lino 6.36 5 25 10.60 BIx months, E. O. I)., per line. 2.15 3.15 6.80 One year, dally, per line 10.uu 10.00 20.00 One year, E. O. D., per line . 6.00 6.00 12 00 #00 lines at option within one year, per lino. 5c 6o lOc Cheltenham light face caps up to 24 point allowed on page for head and addresa. per measured line. 5c 5c 10c Death Notices, per In sertion .. ?'o 26c 50a With notice of funeral 50o 60c 1.00 Marriage and Birth No tice. per Insertion_ 60c 50c 1.60 Reenlu:tons and Card of Thanks, psr line.. 6c 6c 10c HELP WANTED—MALE : AUTO STHOOL OF NEW JERSEY—Years of experience In auto school work enables us to j xlve the he«t practical instruction at the low est fees; your license obtain after passing our examinations. Day and evening classes. • 457 Washington st., near Kinney. j MECHANICAL DRAFTSMEN are paid 3150 monthly: complete course (short methods) at your home, four to alx months. P. O. Box 433, | Newark. N. J. i TAILOR — First-class tailor wanted. A. I DACKENBACH. 8 One st , Orange * WANTED—'Young man in • ualness office, to do general office work: must he willing and have reference*. Address REFERENCE, Box d 60, Star Office. i YOU are wanted for government position, $f?0 ! month: write for Hat of positions open. ; FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 217-C. Roehea | ter. N. Y. J1ELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED— YOUNG WOMEN FOR TELEPHONE OPERATING. MONTCLAIR, ORANGES, NEWARK. COURSE IN OPERATORS' SCHOOL PROVIDED SALARIES »4, K AND W PER WEEK PAID WHILE LEARNING. MUST BE BETWEEN 17 AND 23 TEA 4 OLD. THE WORK IS PLEASANT AND INTERESTING ROOMS AIRT AND LIGHT. ADVANCEMENT RAPID AND POSITIONS PERMANENT. EVERYTHING DONJ FOP. THE COM PORT OP EMPLOYEES. APPLY AT OPERATORS' SCHOOL 1 A. M. TO 5 P. M.. 261 WASH I NOT' N BT., NEWARK. NSW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY. FIFTY FTRST-CLASS OPERATORS. VAN ORDEN CORSET CO.. W7CKLTFFE AND IJCHOOL STS HOUSEWORKERS. cooks and waitress wanted at ORANGE BUREAU OF DOMESTIC RK QUIRFMENTS. 661 Main st.. East Orange. WANTED—ForelaSy, trimming department of hat shop. Address, giving references. HAT. Box 92, Star Office. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. CLERK (18) wishes position; can operate type writer; reference. P.. Box 86, Star Office SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE. Attention Ladies! DO YOU NEED HELP? If you are In Immediate want of household servants call at the reception room of the 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 will find awaiting you experienced GENERA L HOUSEWORKERS, COOKS. LAUNDRESSES. NURSES, SEAMSTRESSES, ETC. Also other* not skilled but ready and willing to be employed. POLITE LADY ATTENDANTS. DAY’S WORK -Widow woman In need would be thankful for any Kind of day’s work: good laundrea-t Address L.. Rox 86. Star Office. HOUSEWORK—Women wishes position at housework. Si Essex M. City Advertisements. BERKELEY AVENUE PAVING, BLEECKER , STREET SEWER, WARWICK STREET SETA'RR—Assessment for Benefits. Notice l* hereby given that an assessment upon all the owners of all the lands and real estate peculiarly benefited by each of the fol lowing Improvements, namely: The raving of . BERKELEY AVENUE, from Mt. pToapeot avenue to Lake street, ac cording to the provisions of an ordinance of the city of Newark entitled, "An OrdlnAtioe to pro vide for the paving of BERKELEY AVENUE, from Mt. Prospect avenue to Lake street,’’ ap proved May 13, 1910. The construction of a sewer in BLEECKER STREET, from High street .to Summi^a’reet. according to the provisions of on orclln^*- of the city of Newark entitled, "An OrriimSp to provide for the construction of a sewer Irr HLEKCKER STREET, from High street to Summit street," approved June 10, 1910 The construction of n cower In WARWICK STREET. between* Tyler street an.l l*ang street, accord ing to the provisions of an ordinance of ihe city of Newark entitled. "An Ordinance to pro vide for the construction of a sewer In WARWICK STREET, between Tyler street and Ijang street," ap proved September 2, 1010, lias been prepared by the undersigned Commissioners, appointed by the Mayor of the city of Newark, and that a re port by a certificate In writing, with an accom panying map and schedule, showing the aevcral assessments against the several owner* pe culiarly benefited as aforesaid. 1ms been de posited In the office of the City Clerk of the city of Newark tor examination by the parties Interested therein. Said assessment ci .prises all lot*, tracts and parcels of land and real estate liable to be as sessed a* aforesaid, lying on both sides of BERKELEY AVENUE. from Mt. Prospect avenue to Lake street, on both tides of BLEECKER STREET, from High afreet to Summit street; on both Bides of WARWICK STREET, between Tyler street and Lang street. A "lot’’ represents an entire plot of land, whether large or small. All persona interested in Mkl assessment may be heard before ssld Coni mis* loners, on Thurs day, the nineteenth day of January, 1911, at 2 p. m., at the Commissioners’ room. No 4 (third floor). City llall Dated January 13, 1911. WILLIAM DIMOND. JOHN F. MONAHAN, ADOLPH FISCH. Janll-Bt Commissioner*. Mahiis, chairman; Patrick A. Whelan, secretary: Thomas Gleason, Thomas Reilly anil Gustave Heller. BUSINESS PERSONALS. I COPY photograph*; twelve souvenir postals reproducing any one portrait, for 80 cents; el: for 36 cents, pest paid: original returned. WILL IAM ANTHONY GKARON, 9 Park pi.. Brook lyn, N. Y. METAL CEILINGS-AND WALLS erected In all kinds of buildings. JAfl. Y I MAGUIRE, 313 Halsey st.. Newark. STOVE?, ranges and outers; all stores ari guaranteed stove repairing a specialty. M B1DDELMAN, 281 Springfield av.; tel. 1T27-L Market. Clothing. I WILL pav high prices for caet-off clothing Send postal and I'll call. B. COHEN. 61 Canal at. I WILL pay high prices for caet-of? clothing. Send postal and I'll call PRANK, 87 Mer cer st. LOST AND FOUND. IXHBT--A mink muff, going from Market st west on Kprlngfleld av.. at 8:16: liberal re ward. 16B Main at.. Orange. N. J. LOST -Brindl* English bulldog reward 721 High st. LOST—United States Express Company cap badge. No. 5222. Return to 832 Broad st. | BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. ! BUSINESS PLACES SOLD—If you want to buy j or sell see SCHWARTS’S Business Exchange, i 206 Springfield av. Phone 921-L, Market. ; GROCERY and confectionery, good stand, low rent, in private house no agents Apply at j 17SP4 Camden st WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. • LISTER’S, AGRICULTURAL »TUBCZCAL WORKS. Manufacturers of Fertilizers of all Kinds. Bone Black, Glue, Grease. Chemicals, etc. I Buyers of Dry Bone and 3uteher*’ Bone. Con signments solicited. For particulars address ! LISTER'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS. 26 Broadway, New York city, and Lister av.. Newark, N. J. JOHN F. KBHOE, President. WANTED—Factory site in or near Newark. near railroad station or trolley line: easily accessible from New York city. MONITOR BOAT AND ENG. OO., 126 N. J. R. R. av., ! Newark. ; WB ray the highest prices for old gold, silver, platinum and diamonds. JEWELRY BX j CHANGE, 128 Market st. room 208. cor. Halsey. Ifouneliold Good*. AM, KINDS OF FURNITURE. CONTENTS OF HOUSES. FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT; CASH QUICK: CONFIDENT: *L. 42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.: PHONE K71 MARKET. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FRAENTZEL A RICHARDS, Patent Law. American and foreign patents, trade-marks and copyright and mechanical engineering. 746-747 Broad st. Phone 215&-W, Market. DRAKE A lO.( Established 1866. Phone 2948 Market. Foremen’s Insurance Co. Bldg., Broad and Market sts. RUSSELL M. EVERETT. Tel. 4388-R, Market. Patent Lawyer and Solicitor. U. S. and Foreign. Cor. Brond and Market. Sealed Proposals. JTF7W JERSEY STATE HOSPITAU AT MORRIS TRAINS. WARDEN’S OFFICE. January 9, 1911. Notice is hereby given that sealed bide will be received by the 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 2, 191t. when said bids will be received and pub licly opened and read by said committee and the contract awarded to the lowest responsible bidder, on Thursday. February 9, 1911, for furnishing the articles named, detailed lists of | which can be had at the Warden’s office, in such Quantities, but not le*« than the quantities ' stated. and at such times from FVhruary *0, 1911. to August 20. 1911. as may he directed by the Warden, and all articles furnished will be : subject to a rigid inspection, sad « full com pliance with the standard will be exacted of the contractor. Prices to include delivery at Morria Plains; all freight charges to be prepaid. Proposals must be addressed to the New Jer sey State Hospital at Greystone Park; mutt hear the indorsement "Proposals for Supplies,” and must be delivered at the Warden's office I before 2 o’clock p. m. on Thursday. February 2, 1911. Proposals received after'that time trill not l>e opened. All i-ontracts pursuant to this 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 article* furnished shall be In all respects equnl to the standard established and 1 samples submitted hy the Warden, and that all ; articles not up to the standard be at any time | furnished or articles ordered be not furnished ' st the required time, the contract may be re I voked. and the defective articles will be returned I 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 charged 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 reculrements of the hospital. Each bidder must accompany his bid with cash or a certified check payable to bidder’s order, j«nd properly indorsed for nt least ten i per centum of the amount of his bid. The buc ; ressful bidder must execute within ten GO days a contract or agreement for the furnish ing of the articles contracted for. and mast ! furnish r 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 successful bidder, hy the terms of tbs contract to l*e executed by him, will be required to furnish any article nhove enumerated in excess of the amount called for In this adver tisement at the same price as enumerated in his bid and under the same condition as set forth in the contract to he 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. E1SELB. Committee on Purchase* and Supplies O. M Bowen. Warden. jan9.18.2J City Advertisements. NOTICE OF INTENTION—Board of Street and Water Commissioner*. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Boatx of Street and Water (Jom miss toners of tho Cltj of Newark, at a meeting held the twelfth day ol January, 1911. and approved by the Mayor of the City of Newark on the thirteenth day of Janu arv. 1911. public notice Is heioby given tha! It la the intention of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, under aqd by virtue of provisions of the aot entitled "An act to revise and amend the char ter of the City of Newark," approved March 11th. 1867, and the supplements thereto, and the act creating the Board of Street and Watei Commissioners of the City of Newark, approved March Jfcth. 1891. and other public laws of th< State of New Jersey, to order end cause th< vacating of that portion of NESBITT LANE. from the northerly lino of Seventh avenue northerly for a distance of about 100 feet, ac curding to a map on file in the office of th< Chief Engineer, known and designated as No 1046-V. • Such persons as may object thereto ars re quested to present their objections in wrltlm to the clerk of said board, at the office of th» Board of Street and Water Commissioners, Cltj Hull, Newark, on or before the expiration of days from date of this notice. By direction of the Board of Street and Watei Commissioners of the City of Newark. M. R. SHERRERD. Chief Engineer. Newark. N. J.. January in. 1911. Janl4-B OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF EXCISE COM MISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF NEWA RK. City Hall. January 13, 1911. The following is the list of the names, real dencea and places of business of applicants fo licenses contained in all applications or petl tlons made to this board for the granting o licenses to sell spirituous, vinous, malt c brewed liquors, and not heretofore publish* according to law. to wit: Name. Place of Business. Residence. RETAIL—NEW APPLICATION. I Frank Kunmwixe. 354 Paesalc av..% Delaney st R1-ITAIT #—R EN E W A LS. Qaul Brothers..29-31 Wainwrlght st..flame plan Albert Comte, 61 Chambers st.Same plac< RICHARD MILLER. President. JAME6 F. CONNELLY. City Clesk. FOR SALE. , RADIATORS, t POT STOVES, CANVAS COVERS. WALSH’S SONS A GO., I CLAY AND PASSAIC STREETS. | SILVRON—It leave* ft film of Pure Sliver EXDONER 6c SMITH CO. 1 VIOLIN outfits $6 and $10; email, M. HILL, | 768 Mt. Prospect av.; telephone ‘288-w, Branch Brook. j ARTISTIC sign work; lowest price*. HORUfc 1W Market *t.. King’* Bldg. Phone 8720-J. Mkt. Household Goods. 1 PRIVATE family moving away must sell at I once the contents nf the house, only a short ! time In use. bird's-eye maple dresser and cWf : fonler, couch, Ice box, bnu bed, hair mattress, I btjffet, side-table, extension table, leather ; chairs, rugs, china closet; no reasonable offer i refused. Can be seen all week. no dealers. 163 1 FaJnnotmt av. INSTRUCTION. NEWARK ACADEMY Founded 1713. WILSON FARRAND. Head Master Thorough preparation for any college or scien tific school, or for business Ilf*. CAT A LOOUB ON APPLICATION i NFWARK BUSfNESS COLLEGE 86-92 Park place, near Proctor'*. Call, writ* or phone for catologue. j TOT FMAM NATIONAL BUSINESS I COLLEGE. One block west I of P. Q., corner Halsey and Academy street* j Catalog and sohool literature for the asking. Music | BANJO, Mandolin, Guitar and Violin A. J. i WEIDT, 429 Washington at., coroar^KlntrMjr^ MEDICAL. LADIES DESIRING ADVICH I bj graduated reglrtered specialist, call at MRS. WILLIAMS'S Office, private louse. 489 West Twenty-second at., New York, 2 blocks from Twenty-third st. forry. or 4 blocks from Twenty- , third at., Hudson tunnel station. Take 23d st. •ar to Tenth av. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. Charges moderate. Advice free. Office | hours, 10 to 4; Sundays. 11 to 4. LADIES' PRIVATE NURSING: ronflnement cases; trustworthy advice by graduate regis tered specialist; aavice free and satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. HARMON, 139 Washing ton st., Newark; private house; two block* rear of Hahne's; office hours dally, 11 a. m. to 9 d. m. Sundays, 2 to 7 p. n. MIDWIFE-MRS. FRIEDRICH. 490 Springfield av.. too floor; ladles* specialist; examination free: satisfaction. WEESEL'S COUGH CORDIAL for coughs, colder and for the throat; whooping cough, diphtheria, hoarseness. AUTOMOBILES. 5888. 55 1911. REPAIR WORK ON AUTOMOBILE WHi-ULb. PHINEAS JONES A CO., 306 MARKET ST.. NEWARK, N. J. Up the driveway. REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE RTMS FURNISHED AND APPLIED. Telephone 1171-1672 Market. BARGAIN—1909 OVERLAND ROADSTER, WITH TOP. CHAP. E. RIESS & CO.. 311 HALSEY ST., NEWARK. OVERLAND TOURING CAR, EQUIPPED, AT A SACRIFICE; 1909 MODEL. OH AS. W. RIESS & CO.. 211 HALSEY 8T. HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOR SALE. RUBBER TIRES. We put on and repair solid and cushion vehicle times; we use Hartford rubber only; | they are the best; prices lr.w; work done while j you wait. JOHN Q. MERKEL CO.. 28 Prince st AUCTION SALES. ALL goods left over one year will be sold at public auction on Friday, January 20, 1011, at . 10 s. m.. 38 South Orange av.. S. Van PotnaJt. . auctioneer. By order of PHILIP KRTMKE, ldan broker, 29 Academy st. LOANS—PERSONAL. SALARIED people, women keeping house and j J others furnished money without security; I cheapest rates, easiest terms; save money \vy seeing me before trading elsewhere. OAloes In | 86 principal cities. D. H. TOLMAN, Room fit, | Washington at City Advertisements. i RRYANT STREET F"T.AOOINO, PIERSON’S ALLEY REPAVING, ROSE STREET PAV- i ING. WATSON AVENUE PAVING. Notice is hereby given that the commissioner* ' heretofore appointed by the Mayor of the city - of Newark to make an estimate and assesa ! ment upon all the owners of all the lands and real estate In the city of Newark peculiarly benefited by any local Improvement In the said I city. In proportion as nearly as may be to the advantage each was deemed to have actjulned, have made an estimate and assessment of benefits conferred upon all the owners of all J the lands and real estate in the city of Hew- I 1 ark peculiarly benefited by each of the foil w- | I Ing improvements In said city, nsmely: The flagging of BRYANT STREET, from Lincoln s>enue to Summer avenue. The reraving of PIERSON'S ALLEY, from Market street to Bank street. The paving of ROSE STREET. from Bergen street to Kipp street. The paving of WATSON AVENUE. from Elisabeth avenue to Jelllff avenue, and have filed their reports of said assessments for i benefits In the office of the clerk of the Circuit i Court of the county of Essex, and that <he Judge of eald court has fixed Saturday, the twenty-first dny of January. 1911, at tan o’clock in the forenoon. In the Circuit Court room at the Court House In the city of Newarla as the time and place of hearing sny objections that may be made to the said assessments Dated January 18. lfll. HERBERT BOGGS, JanlMH City Attorney Surrogate’s Notices. NEWARK, N. J . December l, 1910. Estate of Mary Jane Carr, deeeaaad. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal. Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day j made on the application of the undersigned, I executor of raid deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or af firmation. their claims and 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 subscriber. FIDELITY TRUST CO. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, surviving trustee under the last nil! and testament of Charlotte B. Whlteley. deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphans’ Court of the Cbunty of Essex on Friday, the twentieth day of January next. /GEORGE H. LAMBERT. Dated December 15, 1910. 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 audited and stated by the Surro gate and reported tor settlement to the Or phans’ Court of the Coun*»- of Ess» x on Friday, the third day of February next. MARY J. OGDEN. CHARLES F. KILBURN. Dated December 15, 1910. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, executor of Jane Williams, de ceased, will be audited and stated by the Sur rogate and reported for settlement to the Or phans’ Court of the County of Esnex on FrlAay, the seventeenth day of February next. EHLER O. WETTYEN. Dated January 7. 1911. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice is hereby given that the accounts < f the subscriber, guardian of Majorle .Tuffa, a , minor, will be audited and stated by the Surrj , gate and reported for settlement to the Or phans’ Court of the County of Essex on Friday, the seventeenth day of February next. DOtrOLASB R TODD. Batod Jfcaou* U, 1*11. I | IT-1- --^r== • ■' ' gl 1 I Rbbl Estate Special M Estate IDays—Tuesdais and Prldajs. I- 1 ... V REAL ESTATE BROKERS. LATHROP ANDERSON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 474 Broad st Factories. Phone 1481 Market. * F. F7 MAYO & CO. We do a general real estate business. We solicit your trade and gu- antee satisfaction. 783 Broad at.. Newark. Phone 510C Market. ROBERT O’GORMAN & CO. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. U Clinton .trent. Ttl. 18* M«r*»t CHARLES SPENGLER” Real evtate, Are insurance and mortgage loans. Metropolitan Bldg., Washington and Market ste. RENTS OOLIaESCTBD. HONEST and PROMPT relume guaranteed. SAMUEL R. CAIRNS, 4M BROAD ST. INSURANCE AT LOWEST RATES P. U j-RYCE, Insurance Real ftrtate. Loans. 790 Broad st FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. .I.AFATBTTTE ST.. 175—'Ho'.mln,; and boarding. MULBBHHV PI., 33—N!c« large room with ga. and water, reasonable. NEW ST., 38—Furnished room to let, 8 minutes' walk from Broad and Market; top floor right. ORCHARD ST.. 9—Double or single rooms. SOUTH ORANGE AY., I4«—Large room for light housekeeping, all Improvements. WASHINGTON ST.. 483, top floor, door open— Furnished rooms in a private family: fl.W per week WASHINGTON ST., 13S—Largs front rooms for one or two: heated. FURNISHED ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE FURNI8HED ROOM HOUSE, West Eleventh st., New York.; 12 rooms, 10 fully furnished; takings $140 per month; rent $70 per month; sickness the cause for selling; $8()0 or near offer; permanent tenants. FURNISHED, Box $0, Star Office, Newark, N. J. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED—Unfurnished 13 or 14 room houes, with Improvements; must be centrally located. In a good neighborhood. Address, stating rant and full particulars, S., Box 8ft. Star Office. Surrogate's Notices. NEWARK, N. J., December 71, 1910. Estate of Charles F Croselmire, deceased. Purmiont to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executor of said teceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditor® of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oatn or affir mation their claims and demands against ths estate of said deceased within nine months from this date, or they will bo forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. __ FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY. NEWARK. N. J., Deoember 29. 1910. Estate of Frederick Uchtenfels, deceaetd. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the County of Hesex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executors of said deceased, notice la hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit, to the subscriber* under oath or affir mation their claims -’nd demand* against the estate of said decease within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscribers. ROBERT L1CHTBNFBLS, FREDERICK M. FLOCK. Charles A Dickson Proctor. NEWARK. N. J . November 30, lfli. Estate of John Olvaney, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the County of Jfeaex, this dajf made, on the application of the undersigned, administrator of said deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or ajflrma tlnn, their claims and demands against the estate of ssld deceased, within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. DENNIS F. OLVANBY. NEWARK, N. J., December 18, 1910. Estate of Agnes Estelle Thomas, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal. Surrogate of the County of Essex this day made, on the application of the undersigned, administrator of aaid deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to ex hibit to the subscriber under oath nr affirma tion their claims and demands against the estate of saJd deceased, within nine months from this dote, or they will he forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. GEORGE W THOMAS. Frank A. Boettner, Proctor. NEWARK, N. .T.. November 11, 1910: Estate of Mary K. Glasser. deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day made, on tho application of the undersigned, exocutor of said deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to ex hibit to the subscriber under oath or affirma tion their claims and demands against the •state of said deceased, within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. JOSEPH G. GLASSIER. Thomas S. Henry, Proctor. _ NEWARK. N. J., November 11. 1*10: Eatate of Henry M. Oest. deceased: Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the Ounty of Essex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, administrator of said deceased, notloe Is hereby given to the creditor* of said deoeased to ex hibit to the subscriber under oath or affirma tion their claims and demand* against the ♦si'ats of said deceased within nine months from this date, or they will be forever bsrred from prosecuting or race ring the same ♦gainst the subscriber. JOHN F. C. MEYER. Besson. Alexander A Ptevens. No. 1 Newark street, Hob ken, N. J.. Proctors. j NEW4RK, N. J., December 1. 1910. Eatate of Nfcholsus Holier. deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the County of tosox, this day made, on the application of the underalgned, executor of said deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of aald deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or afllrms tlon, their claims and demands agalnat the estate of said deceased, within nlno months fmm thla date, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. JOSEPH HEISLER. Lowv, Lo wen stein A Leber. Proctors. NOTICE OF BETTLEMI3NT— Notice is hereby riven that the accounts of the subscriber, administrator with the will an nexed of Bridget Barkey, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and re ported for settlement to the Orphan*’ Court of the County of Essex on Friday, the third day of February next. WILLIAM B. GILLMORE. Dated December 29, 1910. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of tho subscriber, the executor of the estate of Mary Rose, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and reported for settle ment to the Orphans’ Court of the County of Essex on Friday, ths twentieth day of Janu ary. 1911, next. JAMES B. PIER. Dated December 14. 1910. James P. Mylod, Proctor. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of the subscribers, executors of the last will and tontameot of Katharine M. R. Lee. deceased, will be andttsd and stated by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphans’ Court of the County of Ersex, on Friday, the dav of February next. CHARLES H. SANBt/M, FREDERICK W. HODGE Dated Deoember 17, Wft. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. OUT OF TOWN. Herr J«n«7. ^ BLOOMFIELD 25x100 Foot Lots So FARE TO NEWARK A small tract, that Is being closed out at acreage prices. Free Title Insurance Poli cies from N, J. Title & Abstract Co. SIODown - $5a Month Write for map and full particulars. Wm. B. McLain Realty Co. MARBRIDCE BUILDING Broadway, ( or. *Mtb St., New York. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. A FREE LOT * Will give away a few choice lots on the main line of the Penna. R. R. near Newark to u few select people. For Interesting particulars ad ! dress H. <_*. 8BRGENT. 121 South Seventh st., j Newark. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR * EXCHANGE. I FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE—Six-acre farm; | nine-room house: new well, barn, outhouses | running water: near New Brunswick: good | condition. Owner. R I.. SANDERS. 159 Ellza *v> rlty. / | DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. ! Cl.INTON HIL.Lr-Elght rooms and bath, nicely I deoorated; restricted location; $26 to $1(2; i houses also for sale, easy terms FINIJ2Y, i 891 Broad st. Tel. 2262-W. Market. I «-—-L-^ Surrogate’s Notices. > ! NEWARK. N. J., November 30. 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 deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deoeaaed to 4 exhibit to the subscriber under oath or afllrmn tlon, their claims and 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 subscriber. AURILL E. JOHNSON Arthur R. Denman, Proctor. j NEWARK, N. J . November 19. 1910 Estate of John Joseph Drummond, deceased Pursuant to the order of Isaao Shoerthar Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executor* of saM deceased, notice is herebv given to the creditors of said deceased to ex hiblt to the subscribers under oatb or affirma tion, their claims nd demands Against the estate of said deceased, within nine months from this date, or they will l»e forever barren ^ from prosecuting or recovering the *am< against the subscribers. THOM A B J. LINTOTT. JOHN W HROPHY. I Llntott, Knhrs and Young. Proctora. NEWARK. N. J., November 16. 1916. Bstate of flamusl R. Brown, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaao Shoenthal Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day u made, on the application of the undersigned w executrix of said deceased, notice Is herebv given to the creditors of said deceased to ex hiblt to the subscriber under oath or afllrmn tlon, their claims and demands against the •state of said deceased, within nine month* from this date, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the eame against the subscriber. SARAH If. BROWN Michael J. Tansey, 6 Proctor j NEWARI, f». j.', November 14. 1M« i Estate of Sarah W. Baldwin, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaao Shoenthal, Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day | made, on the application of the undersigned, 1 executor of said deceased, notice la hereby I given to the creditors of frald deceased to ex hibit to the subscriber under oath or afllrmn- ^ tlon. their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased, within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred from prosecutinfg or recovering the same against the subscriber. GEORGE T. KOHL George E. Clymer. Proctor. NEWARK. N. J., January 6. 1911. Estate of Sherod O. Rnli, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal. * Burrogatc of the County of Essex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executors of said deceased, notice 1* hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscribers under oath or affirms tlon. their claims and demands against the •soate of said deceased, within nine montns from this date, or they will bo forever barred t -om proseouting or recovering the same against the subscribers. CLARENCE W ALL!NCI. FRANK BARTLETT. NEWARK, N. J., December 2, 1910 Estate of Margaretha Gordon, deceased. ■% Pursuant to the order of Isaac fthoenthaJ, w Surrogate of the County of Essex, this da# made, on the application of the undersigned, executor of said deceased, notice te hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oatb or affirms tlon. their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased, within nine months from tills date, or they will be forsver barred from proeecuting or recovering the same •gainst the subscriber. _ GEORGE H. LAMBERT. NEWARK, N. J., December 6. 1910. Estate of Frederick Beasley Marsh, de ceased Pursuant to the order of Isaac 8hoentl*#f Surrogate of the County of Fssex, this day made on the application of the undersigned, * executors of said deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to eThlhlt to the subscribers under oath or af flrmatlon, their claims and demands again*' 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 subscriber. THEODORE McO. MARSH. MORRISTOWN TRUST CO. Raymond, Mountain & Van Hlarcom, 4 Proctors. NEWARK, N. J., January 9. 1911. Estate of Margaret McDermott, deceased Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal Surrogate of the County of T^sex. this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executor of said deceased, notice Is herebv gl ven to the creditors ot said deceased t<* ex hibit to the subscriber, under onth or affirma tion. their claims and demands pgu'-r t1 e estate of said deceased, within n! •-.< ■ ninths from this date, or they will be ; - f. * from prosecuting or recovering ..r,* against the subscriber. CORTLANDT WiKl.li. JR NEWARK, N. J., December 2, 910. Estate of Mary Beatrice A .-re rim' deceased. Pursuant to the order of T? v Surrogate of the County of Es-cv ;h' lav made, on the application of the i icued executor of said deceased, notice i-» hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or affirma tion, their claims and demands against the / estate of said deceased, within nlno month, 4 from this date, or they will he forever barred i from prosecuting or recovering the nig. against the subscriber. GEORGE H. LAMBERT. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT^ Notice is hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, the executor and trustee under the last will and testament of Bernard M Shanley, deceased, will be audited and stated n* ™ Surrogate and reported for settlement' tr* VD^..0rp . F Court of the County of lipjex l on Friday, the tenth day of February nexu * * * ^ , JOHN F SHANLMY. Dated December SO, 1910. 7 Llntott, Kahrs A Young, /