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BEECROFT—On January 20, 1911, Ab ram Servls Reecroft. In his 78th year. CONLAN—On January 20, 1911, Bridget, beloved widow of James (Ionian and mother of Mrs. Frank McGovern an 1 Mrs. Louise Gernet. Relatives and friends are kindly In vited to attend the funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Louis Gernet, 266 Camden street, on Mon day, January 23, at R a. m., to St. Joseph's Church, where « Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul Interment in Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. ROLAN—On January 21, 1911. at his late residence. 163 Thirteenth avenue. Thomas, beloved husband of Jennie Rolan (nee Larkin). FIELDS -On Thursday. January 19. 1911, Jennet, widow of Stephen Fields, In her cighty-flrst year. Fvtneral services will he held at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Amos B. Pierce. 2G Elm street, on Saturday evening, January 21, at 8 o'clock. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend. Interment at the convenience of (he family. HAEBERLE—Entered into rest, on January 21. 1911. Albert, jr., beloved husband of Elizabeth Haeberle (nee Patzler). Notice of funeral hereafter. HEIMLICH—On January 21. 19li. Katherine, behoved wife of Henry Heimlich (nee Friedrich), aged 19 years, 295 Waverly avenue. HOLT—On Friday, January 20, 1911, Frank Holt, In his 60th year Funeral services will be held at his late borne, 34 Hodden terrace, on Monday. January 23, at 2 p. in. Rela tives and friends are invited to at tend. Interment at convenience of I ho fa hill) JONES At Houston. Tex., on January 16. 1911, Burton Wilson Jones, hus band of Neyle Hinges and son of I’royce and Elizabeth Jones, ugod 26 years and 9 months JIBE On Friday, January 20, 1911, WJllfatu L’zal. beloved husband of i Elect;. Heaton Jtthe. In Ills 76th year, .:i North Arlington avenue. East Or-, an go. KI.'I.M After a short Illness, <.n .Satur day. January 21, 1911, at Ills late resi dence, 679 Bergen street, Frederick B. Kciit!, in his 45tlt year. KREUTLER-On Friday. January 20, i 1911. Carrie. ''If'1 of Frank Kreutler, njyt-U 52 years, 355 Woodslde avenue. i KUBLKK -On January 19, 1911, Georg" 1 Kutder, aged 51 y ears Mim'AI.I, <>n January 20, 1911, at his parents' residence, 22 Highland avc- : line. J. Aloystus, son of John and Margaret E. McCall, aged 21 years! 7 months. Notice of funeral in Sunday papers. McNEILL On Friday, January 20 1911, at her home in East Orange, Esther Kennedy, widow of Alexander McNeill. In the 83d year of her age. ] 118 North Nineteenth street. MUELLER Suddenly, at East Orange. ; N. J., on January 20, 1911, George Mueller, 1 cloyed husband of Olga Mueller, in Ids 52d'yoar. 211 Prospect , street. URT-At Summit. N. J., January 'JO,1 1911, Mary E., wife of Otis Orl. OSBORNE—On January 19. 1911, Henry i Osborne, In his 80th year, at his resi-l flence. 117 Church street, Nutley, N. J. RABBE—On January 20, 1911, Adelaide 1 Rabbe (nee Becker), aged 96 years, SANDERS—January 19. 1911, Caroline I K„ wife of Louis M. Sanders, In her 41st year, 12 Snyder street. Orange, 1 N. J. SCHMIDT—Suddenly, on Saturday, January 21. 1911, M. Augusta, beloved widow of John M. Schmidt. Funeral services at her late resi dence. 596 Fifteenth avenue, at 2 p. m Monday, January 23. SCHUSTER—On Thursday. January! 19, 1911, Josephine Schuster (nee Seu bert), widow of Charles Schuster, 1 aged 62 years. Relatives and friends, also members ! of the League of the Sacred Heart of , Mary and the Altar Society of St. Peter's Church, are kindly Invited . to attend the funeral on Monday. ; 23d Inst . at 9 a, m., from her late I residence, 68 Columbia avenue, Vails- j burg, to St Peter's Church, where at 10 o'clock a Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Cemetery i Holy Sepulchre. SMITH—Entered Into rest on Thurs day. January 19, 1911. Dr. Amr.l L. Smith. SPRATT—On January 21, 1911. Will- | latn. beloved son of James A. and j Mary Spratt (neo Farquhnr), aged 1 j year, 100 Morris avenue. _ j STKPHANY—On January 21. 1911. at his home, 36 Breintnall place. Henry, son of Jules and Minnie Stephany, ! sged twenty-three years. KUGRITE—On January 18. 1911, Cath- ! erlne A. Sugrue (nee Brennan), be loved wife of the late Michael Su srue, sr. Relatives and friends and the I Rosary Society and League of the j Sacred Heart are kindly invited to attend the funeral from her late resi dence, 55 Newark street, on Monday, January 23, at 9:15 a. m„ to St. Pat rick's Cathedral, where a Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered for the repose of her soul. Inter ment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. TAYLOR—On January 20. 1911. Alex ander E. Taylor, aged 79 years. THOMAS—At Irvington. N. J„ Jan. nary 19, 1911, William H. Thomas, aged 86 years 3 months 14 days, 232 Cottage street. THOMPSON—Entered into rest, on Thursday morning, January 19. 1911, Annie L’Hommedieu, wife of Charles W. Thompson. In her fifty-eighth ) car. 112 Peabody (dace. I TROWBRIDGE—A ftor a brief illness, at Fast Orange, N. J., Friday. Jan I uary 20, 1911, Austin Coe Trowbridge, J 120 North Walnut street ! WEIDNER—Entered into rest on Wednesday. January 18, 1911, Eillian ! M., beloved wife of Charles Weldner (nee Wagner), ‘ and daughter of Helena'and of the late Thomas Wag ner and sister of Catharine Wagner, aged 27 years 9 months 13 days, 100 Avon avenue. WEYERICH—On Friday, January 20, 1911, Sophia Weyerich (nee Sptel rnann), aged 76 years 7 months 0 days, beloved mother of Elizabeth j Voorhees. Mary Frederick and John Weyerich, 162 Belmont avenue. WOODWORTH—On January 19, at Cambridge, Mass., Jennie Downs, be- ( loved wife of Jay B. Woodworth Funeral services will be held at j Joshua Brierley’s Mortuary Chapel, : Grant and Broad streets, on Sunday afternoon. January 22. at 2 o’clock, j Relatives and friends are kindly in- 1 vited. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery ut the family’s convenience. YOUNG—Friday, January 20. 1911. at j the residence of her daughter, Mrs j Herman Wolff, 6 Balln street, Bloom- j field,' N. J.. Sarah, widow of James j Young. « NOTICE. ; Wi An emergent communication of New JZ jjr ark Lodge No. 7. F. Sr A. M.. will he held at 6 p. m Sunday. January 22d, jtl 045 Broad street, for tho purpose of attond In tho funeral of our Into brother. Alexander R. Ta.vldr. Brethren of slater lodges are in vited to attend. OHO. H. BOWERMAN, Master, ; Wm. F. Pridhfim. Secretary —.. .. ■■■■■ ■■■■■■■■■■■ Resolution** Ungronae'd. CJ. R. VAN RUSK IRK, *7 Four h si Engross- ' Jng of resolutions and diplomas a specialty. CEMETERY MEMORIALS. GEORGE BROWN * CO.. Established 16*»0. Designers and Manuf: urers of MONUMENTS. TOMBS, VAULTS AND OEN- I ERAL CEMETERY WORK IN GRAN- j ITK, MARBLE AND STONE. 170 A N D 274 BE I .LEVI LLE A VENT * R. 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 black broad cloth. white or sliver gray plush, with massive bar handles, engraved' mum-plate, lined with "Ilk or satin, outflue 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- } taker $90.00 funeral. Funeral parlors tree. PHONE 257 BRANCH BROOK. Newark Burial Co., 534 BROAD STREET, Between Bridge and lAmbardy street*. For $65.00 we agree to supply Black Broadcloth, White ; Plush. Imitation Oak Casket. Handles, Plate, t Interior Lined Complete, Outside Pine Box, > Embalming. Newer -per i.otice. Use of Rug. Pedestal, Crepe, Gamp, Chairs. Hearse, Three Coaches any City Cemetery, Services of Funeral Directors Parlors for funeral in connection. 202inMarket. 534 Broad St. POSITIVELY FIRST-CLASS SERVICE AT . REASONABLE RATES. COACHES FOR FUNERALS, $4. J. S’ A. AV. HARTH, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND COACH OWN ERS. telephone: market.j. OFFICE 293 SOUTH ORANGE AV. WA RE ROOMS, 291-295 SOUTH ORANGE AV. JOSEPH ,T. MANGER. Undertaker and Kmbalmer. .Coaches and Camp Chairs to Hire. Tel. 762 Waverly. 489 Springfield a». WM. F. MULLIN’. UNDERTAKER. 228 Lafayette street. Phone 660 Market. JAMES P. MULLIN’, UNDERTAKER. 323 Lafayette street. ’Phone 3102 Mmket FRANK A. FOLEY. Funeral Director and Embalmer. 302 Lafayette street. ‘Phone 5738 Market. CEMETERY MEMORIALS. GLEN RIDGE CEMETERV Franklin ry. and .Toralemon st.. Bloomfield, Nr. ,T.; tel. 1643-J. Bloomfield. Branch office. Newark. Scheuer Bldg.. trl 3921 Market. HERE ARE THE TWENTY MOST BEAUTIFUL WORDS. NEW YORK, Jan. 21— The West Fifty-seventh street branch of the Y. M. C. A. 1 ere has just completed a three months' “contest” to decide the twenty most beautiful words In the English language. The words which received the largest number of votes are as follows: Melody, splendor, ado ration. eloquence, virtue, innocence, modesty, faith, Joy, honor, nobility, sympathy, heaven, love, divine, hope, harmony, happiness, purity and liberty. Three words rejected by the Judges were grace. Justice and truth. The two former were stricken out, It was ex plained, because of the harshness of the g in grace nnd the J In Justice. The word truth was eliminated because of Its metallic sound. PROPOSE PAROLE FOR SLOCUM’S COMMANDER. NEW YORK. Jan. 21.—Captain Will iam H. Van 3chaick, master of the ex cursion steamer General Slocum, on which over a thousand lives were lost June 15, 1904, by fire, may be paroled soortt Jt Is reported. The president of the parole board In Washington has, It is understood, promised to recom mend to the attorney-general that Van Schaick be released. He has served more than a third of the ten vears' sentence at Sing Sing for misconduct and negligence as master of the Slo cum. SEND DOG COPS TO CHINA. NEW YORK, Jan. 21. — Eighteen thief-catching dogs were sent to Hung Kong on the steamer Huncaeter Castle to guard the property of European business men in that city. "There are a lot of thieves in Hong-Kong.” said Captain Watson, of the steamer, "and I expect these beasts will make quick work of them.” i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES. Morn. Eves. Both .Mtlon. Edition Edition* Per wor 1 insertion lc lc IHc Per word. 3 Insertions 2Hc 8M,e iVfro P’- v. ird. 6 Insert Ions 4'jC 4’.*c 8 Vj<+ One month dally, pnr II * * oo * l-OC 2.00 One month. E. o. D . per line.60 60 l.?0 •Six months dally, i»or Uno B.2r» 6.25 1P.60 Six months. E. O D P«r line.. 3.15 3.15 6 30 One year, dally, per line iO.uo 10.00 TO.OO One year, E. O. D., per line . •s.qo 6.00 12.00 80' line® at option within one year, per line. 5c Be 10c Cheltenham fight face caps up to 24 point allowed on page for head and address, per measured line. 6c 8c 10c Death Notices, per In sertion . c 25c ROo With notice of funeral 60c 60c *.00 Marriage and Birth No tfee. per Insertion_ ROc 60c 1.00 Resolutions on 1 Card of Thahks, per line. . 6c 6c 10c HELP WANTED—MALE. r - - — - - - . - j AUTO SCHOOL OK NEW JERSEY—Years of ( experience in auto school work enables us to give the best practical inst-uctlon at the low ! est fees; your license obtain after passing our examinations. Day and evening classes. <57 Washington st. near Kinney. CALFSKIN SETTERS wanted. ECLIPSE TANNING CO.. 119 Sussex av. } MAN WANTED—Must he willing to learn and ( capable of acting oh our representative; no canvassing or soliciting; good Income assured. Address NATIONAL COOPERATIVE REALTY ! CO., 7C8 Maiden bulldl . Washington, D, C. j MECHANICAL DRAFTSMEN are paid $160 monthly; complete course (short methods) at your home, four to p1x months. P O. Box 433. Newark, N. .1. SALESMAN wanted for Newark and vicinity; J excellent real estnte proposition; liberal com mission; leads furnished, (’nil at once. Wxu. n. MeLATN REALTY CO.. 1005 Marbridge Building, Broadway and Thirty *.ourth st., New York. ___ 1 WANTED—-First-class drill press hand. Apply THE BALL A WOOD CO.. Elizabeth port, N. J. WANTED-Tool men for four slide machines. pay from 3(lo to 40*' per hour MORGAN, SPRING COMPANY, Worcester, Mass. YOU aro wanted for government position, i?0 month; write for list of positions open. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 217 C. Roohea ter, N. Y. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED YOUNG WOMEN TOR TELEPHONE OPERATING. MONTCLAIR. GRANGER. NEWARK. COt’RRK IN OPERATOR* SCHOOL PROVIDED. SALARIES St, S» AND W PER WFFK PAID WHTT.F LE. •’.NINO. MUST RE BETWEEN 17 AND S3 TEA t OLD THE WORK IS PL’iASANT j AND INTERESTING. ROOMS AIRY j AND LIGHT ADVANCEMENT RAPID AND POSITIONS PERMANENT. EVERYTHING DON 1 EOR THE COM FORT OF EMRIOYT.ES. APPT.T AT OPERATORS' SCHOOL. I A. M TO S P. M„ Ml WASHINGT- N ST., NEWARK NEW T O R K telephone o n m P a N Y. FEMALE snnHcnnts of the Bureau of Employ ment of the City of Newark, who nr® desirous if speedllv securing places In tlrst-class fam Iles as ho\isekcpT>ers, cooks, chambermaids, i lurses, etc,, will please call at the bureau’s - ladles’ rerentlon room, ground floor (front) of he City Ha'l. every afternoon, excepting Satur- , lay®, Sundays and ..olfdavs. between the hours ; if 2 and 4. when they will meet ladles needing :he!r services. No charge for procuring em- [ iloyment. FIOIjPFWnBKEBS. conics and waitress wanted at ORANGE BURK ATT OK DOMESTIC RF. QUTRKMENTR, 5C4 Main st.. East Orange WANTED- SHOE FITTERS. STITCHERS AND VAVPERS: STEADY WORK; GOOD PAY. WICHERT A GARDINER. ATLANTIC \ND SCHENECTADY AVR.f BROOKLYN. !LI:_ ... I tVANTED—Foreiady, trimming department.‘of hat shop. Address, giving references, H.xT. Bov 92, Star Office. WOMEN WANTED Congenial employment to a few ladles who will devote their time to ■ lolling a useful household article. Address C. 3. 13. Box 85, Star Office. j HELP WANTED—MALE OR! FEMALE. MEN AND WOMEN, to devote their spare time soliciting order* j amongst friends for pure wines and liquors: liberal commissions. T.. Box . Star Office. I EARN good pay copying addresses; particular* Blx stamps. HINCHEVY. Middleport. N. Y. j SITUATIONS WANTED— __ FEMALE._ J Attention Ladies! DO YOU NEED HEX.PT If you are In Immediate want of household j servants call at the reception room of the j 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 And awaiting you experienced GENERAL HOUSBWORKERS, COOKS. LAUNDRESSES, NURSES, SEAMSTRESSES, ETC. Alao other* not *kllled but re-tdy and willing j to he employed. POLITE LADY ATTENDANTS. t IF YOIJ are In need of household servant* such ! ns housekeepers, cooks, chambermaids, | nurses, etc., you can interview applicants of this City’s Bureau of Employment by visiting the bureau's ladies' reception room on the ground floor (front) of the City I .all, every i afternoon excepting Saturday*. Sunday* and i holidays, between the hours of 1 and 4. The ) bureau's service is free. YOUNG, strong woman wants position general housework; sleep at home. Inquire 68 Mon- ; roe st. _ _ _ , ■ ■■■■, | FIND MISSING TORPEDO BOAT. COPENHAGEN. Denmark. Jan. 21.— The newly-built torpedo boat Vesta, which left Karlskrona, Sweden, yester day on a trial trip and was later re ported as missing, was towed into this port today. She was discovered In a drifting condition, with her propeller shaft broken. ENTERTAINS NEW MINISTER. BUENOS AYRES, Jan. 21.—Robert Woods Bliss, the American charge d’af falres, last night gave a brilliant dance and reception In honor-of Dr. Olodoevo M. Naon, the new Argentine minister to I the Unlt«d Ptates. \ ' ' BUSINESS PERSONALS. DRESSMAKING Ladies' tailoring, cutting and designing thoroughly taught. Our tailor method Is user in the !T. S. Government schools. Indlvldun Instruction. You sew for yourself or friend' while learning. VIENNA INSTITUTE, 27 an< 29 West Twenty-third st., New York. METAL CEILINGS AND WALLS erected In all klnde of buildings JAS. V MAGUIRE. 313 Halsey st., Newark. STovEfl, ranges nnd -ater«; all stoves ar« guaranteed; stove repairing a specialty. M, RIDDELMAN. 261 Springfield av.: tel. M21-U Market. Clothing. I WILL pay high prices for • aat-ofl clothing. Send postal nnd I’ll call B. COHEN, *( Canal st. I WtLL pay high prices for eaet-off clothing. Rend postal and I’ll call. FRANK. 87 Mer cer st. LOST AND FOUND. I/>ST—On Mt. Prospect av., email Boston ter rier. leather collar, brass studded; reward 11 returned Janitor Chrlrt’ehurst Apartments. Mt. Prospect and El wood ava. LOST—Small bag. containing diamond ear lings and brooch. Liberal roward to finder on delivery of articles at 312 High st. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. BUSINESS PLACES SOLD—If you want to buy or sell see SCHWART.,\S Business Exchange, 20G Springfield av. Phone 921-L, Market. GROCERY and confectionery: good stand; low rent: in private house; no agents. Apply at i72H Camden st. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. LISTER’S AORICUL* U.R L CHEMICAL WORKS. Manufacturers of Fertilisers of all *»inds. Bone Black. Glue. Grease. Chemicals, etc. Buyers of Dry' Bone and hitchers' Bone. Con signment; solicited. For particulars address LTSTER'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS, 26 Broadway. New York city, and Lister av., Newark. N. J. JOHN F. KRHOE, President. WE pay the highest prl'-"'’ for old gold, silver, tdatlnum and diamonds. JEWELRY EX CHANGE, 123 Market st. room 206. cor. Halsey. HonaelioM Oooils. Al t, KIVOS OF rTTPNTTUTU-* '"ONTKNTS OF HOUSES. FLATS A No -STORES BOUGHT; CASH QUICK. CONFIDENT’4 L. 42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.: PIIONE 2’7i MARKET. . — ■ . . -——— MEDICAL. _ LADIES DESIRING ADVICE hv graduated registered specialist call at MRS WILLIAMS'S Office, private »ouse, 489 West Twenty-second Pt., New York, 3 blocks from Twenty-third st. ferry or 4 blocks from Twenty third st., Hudson tunnel station. Take 23d st. 'ar to Tenth av. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. charge® moderate. Advice free. Office lour*. 10 to 4; Sundays, 11 to 4. LADIES’ PRIVATE NURSING; confinement cases; trustworthy advice by graduate regis tered specialist: acvlce free and satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. HARMON, 139 Washing ton st., Newark: private house; two blocks rear r>f Hahne’e: office hours dally. 11 a. m. to 9 o. m. Sundays, 2 to 7 p. MIDWIFE-MRS. FRIEDRICH. 490 Springfield av.. ton floor: ladles’ specialist; examination free: satisfaction. WEESEL’S COUGH CORDIAL for coughs, ctdds and for the throat; whooping cough, llphtherla. hoarseness. AUTOMOBILES._ 1868. 55 till. REPAIR WORK ON AUTOMOBILE WH. ELb. PHI NEAL JONES & CO., 306 MARKFT1 ST.. NEWARK, N. J. Up the driveway. REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE RIMS FURNISHED AND APPLIED. Telephone 1571-1572 Market. AUTOMOBILE—Bufck, 1909; take lot or ca*h; care repaired, stored and painted. YOUNG'S It A RAGE, 12 Littleton av. LOANS—PERSONAL. SALARIED people, w i keeping house and other* furnished money without security; "heapest rates, easUst terms; eave money by wetng me before trading elsewhere. Offices In ‘6 principal cities. D. H. TOLMAN, Room 612, !"S Washington st. City Advertisements. NOTICE OF INTENTION -Board of Street and Water Commissioner*. Pursuant to .t t volution adopted by the Board of Street and Water Commissioner* •t the Cit of .Newark, at a meeting held Lhe nineteenth day of January. 1911, and ap proved by the Acting Mayor of the City of New ark on the twentieth day of January, 1911. pub lb: notice Is hereby given that It Is the Inten Lion or the Board of Street and Water Corn inl»bVoncr» of the City of Newark, under and by virtue of provisions of the act entitled, "An act to revise and amend the charter of the City of Newurlt.” approved March 11, 1867, uid the supplements thereto,and the act creating the Board of R.reet and Water Commissi*, cer* of the City of Newark, approved Murch 28. 1891. and other public laws of the State of New Jer.se*. to order and cause the vacation of that portion of FRENCH STREET. intending from the south line of Sixteenth ave nue southerly for a distance of 86.53 feet, except that portion now included within the limits of South Thirteenth street, according to a map on file in the office of the Chief Engineer, known and designated aa No. 1053-V. Such persons a* may object thereto are re quested to present tbair objection* in writing to the clerk of said Board, at tbe office of the Board of Street and Water Coimnimloner*, City Hall. Newark, on or before the expiration of six days from date of this notice. By direction of the Board of Street and Wai< r <■ urn missions* of the City of Newark. M. R. SHERRERD, Chief Engineer. Newark. N. J.. January 20, 1911. Jan2<Mt OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EXCISE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF NEWARK. City Hall, Jan. 20. 19U. The following is the llat of the names, resi dences and places of business of appllcanta for licenses contained In all applications or peti tions made to this hoard for the granting of licenses to sell spirituous, vinous, malt or brewed liquors, and not heretofore published according to law, to wit: Name, Place of Business. Residence. RETAIL—NEW APPLICATIONS. Frank Ivuprosewlezl, 324 I'nseab: av.Same place Samuel Parvln, 48-50 Ramctn st. 531 ffprlnglleld av. Herman Meyer, 322 18th av.Same place RETAIL—RENEWALS. Herman Stelgler. 329 Fifteenth av..Same place Anton F. Janl, 124 Hamburg pi.Same place Theobald Auer, 38 Holland at.Same place RICHARD MILLER, President. JAMES F. CONNELLY, City Clerk. PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the fol lowing proposed ordinance passed a second reading and was ordered to a third and Anal reading at a meeting of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners held .Tanuarv 19th. 1911: An ordinance to open MECHANIC STREET, from Ailing street to New* Jersey Railroad avenue. WM. MUNGLE, President of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. WM. E. GREATHEAD, Jan20-5t Clerk of the Board. YALE GROWING SMALLER. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Jan. 21.—The general university catalogue of Yale just published shows a decrease in the total number of students to 3,282, as compared with 3,312 last year. The largest losses are In the departments of medicine and law and due to the more stringent examination system adopted two years ago. The academic department remains about stationary, while the Sheffield Scientific School and the graduate school* *how tncr*a*M. FOR SALE RADIATORS. POT STOVEfc, CANVAS COVERS. WALSH’S SON8 A CO., CLAY AND PASSAIC STREETS. SILVRON—It leaven n film of Pure Silver. DOONER & SMITH CO. ARTTSTTC sign work; lowest prices. HORLE, 128 Market st.. King's Blilg. Fhore 3720-J. Mkt INSTRUCTION. _ 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 $0-92 Park place, near Proctor’s. Call, write or phone for catologue. COT FMAN national business COLLEGE. One block west of F. O., corner Halsey ami ..cademy streets. Catalog and m hool literature for the asking. Music. BANJO, Mandolin, Guitar and Violin. A. J. WEIDT, 429 Washington st.f comer Kinney. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I FRAKNTZEL A RICHARDS, Patent U«. American and foreign patents, trade-marks ; and copyright and mechanical engineering, j 746-747 Broad st. Phone 2162-W. Market. DRAKE A J., Established 1866. Phone 2946 Market. Firemen’a Insurance Co. Bldg.. Broad and Market sts. RUSSELL M. EVERETT. Tel. 43S8-R. Market. Patent Lawyer and Solicitor. U. B snd Foreign._Cor. Brpcd and Market. City Advertisements. EAST KINNEY PLACE REPAVING, JEF FF.RY PLACE OPENING, FRELINGHUY i BEN AVENUE AND DAYTON STREET | SEWER, PARK AVENUE SEWER. Assess ment for benefits. Notice Is hereby given that an assessment j upon aW the owners of all tho lands and real estate peculiarly l**neflted by each of the fol . lowing Improvements, namely: Tho repaving of EART KINNEY PLACE, 1 from East Kinney street northerly about 338 j feet, according to the provisions of an ordl ; nance of the city of Newark entitled 'An ©rdl 1 nance to provide for the repaving of EAST KINNEY PLACE, from East Kinney street northerly about 388 I feet,” approved May 13, 1910. The opening of JEFFERY PLACE, from Bergen stroet to Chadwick avenue, ac cording to the provisions of an ordinance of the city of Newark entitled "An ordinance to open JEFFERY PLACE, ffom Bergen Ftreet to Chadwick avenue.” ap proved August. 1910 The construction of a sewer in FRELINGHUYBEN AVENUE and DAYTON STREET. according to the provisions of an ordinance of the, city of Newark entitled "An ordinance to | provide for the construction of a sewer In , FRELINOn UYSEN AVENUE and DAYTON STREET,” approver May 6, 1910. The construction of a sewer In PARK AVENUE, between' High street and Mt. Prospect avenue and between North Ninth street and Roseville ! avenue, according to the provisions of an ordinance of the city of Newark entitled "An ordinance to provide for the construction of a sewer In PARK AVENUE. between High street and Mt. Prospect avenue | and between North Ninth street and Roseville i avenue, ” approved May 13, 1910, has been prepared by the undersigned commissioners, appointed by the Mayor of the city of Newark, i and that a report by a cert locate In writing, with an accompanying map und schedule, ! showing the several assessments against the several owners peculiarly benefited as afore- j said, has been deposited In the cilice of the 1 city clerk of the city of Newark for examtna- 1 \ tlon by the parties Interested therein. Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts and j parcels of hind and real estate liable to be i assessed as aforesaid, lying on both sides of KA8T KINNEY PLACE, I from East Kinney street northerly about 33$« feel, northerly and including that port of lot No. 66, block 882, fronting on terminus of Ea?*t Kinney place; on both sides of JEFFERY PLACE from Bergen street to Seymour avenue; on both sides of BERGEN STREET. (HADW1CK AVENUE and SEYMOUR AVENUE. from a point about 276 feet south of the south erly line of Jeffery place to a point about 278 feet north of the northe-lr line of Jeffery I place; on both sides of S CHE ID HR AVENUE and CONKLIN AVENUE. from Seymour avenue to a point about 100 feet east of the easterly line of Osborne terrace; on both sides of FRELINGHUYSEN AVENUE, from Da? ton street to Whittier place; en both j sides of DAYTON STREET. i from Frellnghuysen avenue to Foster street , on both sides of PARK AVENUE, | between High street and Mt. Prospect avenue and between North Ninth street and Roseville I avenue. A '101” represents an entire plot of land, whether large or email. All persons interested In said assessment may i be heard before said commissioners on Thure day. tho twenty-sixth day of January, 1911, at ; 2 p. m.. at the commissioners' room, No. 4 <thlrd floor), City Hall, i Dated January 20, 1911. WILLIAM D1MOND, JOHN F. MONAHAN. ADOLPH FISCH, Jan20-Bt Commlsalonera. ■ NOTICE OF INTENTION-Board of Street mi! Water Commissioners. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Boar"* of Street and Water Commissioners of tha City of Newark, at a me-ting held the nineteenth day of January. 1911, and approved by the Acb ing Mayor of the City of Newark on the twentieth day of January. 1911, public notice la hereby given that It Is the intention of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, under and by virtue of provisions of the act entitled "An act to re vise and amend the charter of the City of ; Newark.” approved March 11, 1867, and the \ supplements thereto, and the act creating the : Board of Street and Water Commlsalonera of : the City of Newark, approved March 28. 1891, ana othqr public laws of the State of New Jer sey. to order and cause the repaving of NORTH CANAL STREET, [ from Mulberry street to River street, with oblong granite block pavement on a elx «•> Inch concrete foundation; paving of CORTLAND STREET. from Ferry street to Horatio street, with bitu lithlc pavement on n six (0) Inch concrete foundation: paving of EARL STREET, from Elizabeth oyenue to Frellnghuysen ave nue, with brick pavement on a six <0) inch concrete foundation; paving of AVENUE A, from Emmet street to Vanderpool street, with oblong granite block pavement on a alx (0) inch concrete foundation; paving of aveNite b, from Emmet street to Miller street, with oblong i granite block pavement on a alx (8) Inch con crete foundation; paving of SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET, from Madison avenue to Avon avenue, with brick pavement on a six fo» Inch concrete foundation; paving of RENNER AVENUE, from Scheerer avenue to Bergen street, with brick pavement on a six Inch concrete foundation: paving of RENNER AVENUE, from Elizabeth avenue to Scheerer avenue, with oblong granite block pavement on a six (6) inch^concrete foundation, the part between Elizabeth avenue and the terminus of the street- railway tracks to be paved from the curb lines to wlthir^ one foot of the street rail way tracks. Together with all the appurtenances neoea aary to complete the same. Such persons ae may objeot thereto are re quested to present their objections in writing to the clerk of said board, at the ofltae of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, City Hall, Newark, on or before the expiration of alx days from date of this notice. - By direction of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark. M. R. SHRRRBRD. Chief Engineer. . Newark. N. J., January 20, 1911. Jan20-8t SOARS OVER PERUVIAN CITY. LONDON, Jan. 21.—A dispatch to tho Timer, from Lima, Peru, says that M. Blelovuccl. the French aviator, on Thursday last made a record flight of twenty-five miles over Lime ta sts teen minutes. Reel Rstete , . ■ —— ---1----•« ---— Special tat Estate BDayg—TTuesdags mi Fridays. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. New Jersey. BLOOMFIELD 25x100 Foot Lots So FARE TO NEWARK A small tract that is toeing closed oat nt acreage price. Free Title Insurance Poli cies from N. J. Title A Abstract Co. $10 Down—$5 a Month Write for map aud full particulars. Wm, B. McJLain Realty Co. MARBRIDGE BUILDING Broadway, Cor. 34th St., New York. ■ ~—"t—s Knst Orange. ARB you looking for a sma’l desirable house with shade, fruit and grounds, where chickens can be raised? We have It., and only $4,500; six rooms and attic: desirable location; five minutes from Lackawanna Station; chicken run and buildings complete. See FRANK H. TAYLOR, opp Brick church Station. Orange. IF YOU contemplate moving there is no finer or more convenient suburban location than "the Oranges.” Modem houses, every descrip tion. all prices, sale or rent. FRANK H TAYLOR, opp. Brick Church Station. Note first name; no connection with any other office; 24 years opposite Brick Church Station. Out of Town. VERY desirable comer propertj, located on Central av.. East. Orange; good business site. For particulars address A A. W., 44 North Arlington av., East Orange. 'inL-'jj—^ ;■■■ TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES. ON BROAD FT.—Oldest and beet established horse sale and exenange stables in New Jer sey; recently occupied by A. Fox Qreat Eastern Horse B&y.ar. Address OWNER, Box 50, Star office. PLUM BUILDING, Bread st.. opp. O. R. R.. few B»eps from Mar ket st.; light, modern offices; all Impta. GEIGER & PLL.M, 845 BROAD ST. 8TORB to let, 620 Broad st. Call 1 to 10 p. ro. Lofts. LO* T to let, with elevator service and electrto wiring; re**^unable rent. Apply at office, 24 Howard. DWELLING HOUSES TO LET. FULTON ST., near Broad—Elegant private residence, 11 rooms, 3 baths, all Improve ments; lot 189 feet In depth. J. WARD SMITH A SON, Prudential Building. _____ CLINTON AV., near Uncoin Park—Private dwelling, stone and trick. 14 rooms, 2 bathe; splendid location J. WARD SMITH A sort, Prudential Building. SOUTH ST., near Broad—Private dwelling. 10 rooms, modern; city lot; bargain for quick buyer. J. WARD SMITH A SON, Prudential Building. PARKER ST.—Private dwelling, U rooms, • baths: lot 60x100 or 100x100. .T. WARD SMITH A SON, Prudential Building. MONMOUTH ST.—Private dwelling, 7 rooms, bath: Clinton av block; city lot; low price; easy terms. J. WARD o**iITH A SON, Pru dential Building. EAST KINNEY ST.—Private brick dwelling, 10 rooms, all Improvements; aity lot; bargain. J. WARD SMITH A SON, Prudential Building. SPRUCE ST., opposite Uncoln Park—Private dwelling, 12 rooms, all modern Improvements; oholce location; bargain. J. WARD SMITH A SON. Prudential Building. ORCHARD HT.—Private dwelling,' 11 rooms. bath, steam heat; brick stable In rear; plot 200 feet in depth. J. WARD SMITH A SON, Prudential Building. NORTH SEVENTH ST., near South Orange av.—Three-family dwelling, all improvements; rents $900 per year; a 12 per ee,nt.' proposition. J. WARD SMITH A SON. Prudential Building. HKILER PARKWAY—'Two-family dwelling. 14 rooms, medem, electricity, steam heat, large plot: bargain. J. WARD SMITH A SON. Prudential Building. MOUNT PROSPECT AV., near Elwood av.— Two-family dwelling. 13 rooms, steam heat, tiled baths, large plot. J. WARD SMITH A SON, Prudential Building. SOUTH SEVENTEENTH ST., near Clinton av. -Two-family dwelling. 11 rooms, 2 baths, separate steam heaters. J. WARD SMITH & SON. Prudential Building. HAVE YOU ANY HOUSES FOR RENT? List t -em with me. I have customers for them. ROBERT B. STOIJTENBURGH, 848 Broad stre t. Newark, N. J. Phone 48 ; Market. CLINTON HILL—Eight rooms and bath, nicely decorated; restricted location; $26 to $82; houses also for sale, easy terms. FTNLBY, 891 Broad et Tel. 2262-W. Market. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. BANK 8T., 275—Opposite Boston; neatly fur nished single and housekeeping rooms. CORNER NEW AND HALi.^Y STS. -Front furnished room, 5 minutes’ walk from Broad and Market sts.; everything pleasant and home like CRAWFORD HT., 43—Two comfortable fur ntshed room* at $1. ' EIGHTH AV., 40—Furnished rooms, reasonable board. GRANT ST., 26, two minutes from D., L. A W. station—Large, well lighted room, use of bath; third floor; private. LAFAYETTE ST.. 173—Rooming and boarding. MULBERRY pi*, 82—Nice large room with gas and water, reasonable. SOUTH ORANGE AV.. 248-Two large connect ing rooms, light housekeeping. FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED. YOUNO man wishes nicely furnished room in the vlolnlty of Branch Brook Park. Address Y. M. C. A., Box 607. BOARDING. BROAD RT . 986—Warm, steam-heated rooms, in select famMy boarding house; hot and cold running water, with first-class board. REAL ESTATE WANTED. WE have a tenant for a modern detached dwelling on Clifton av., between Delavan av. and Abington av.; offers will receive prompt attention. Addrese J. WARD SMITH A BON, Prudential Building. _FARMS^ FOR SALE 100 PEACH TREES FREE One-fourth-acre forma, Hillsboro, N. J., $91 upward; also 1-acre farms in proportion; easy terms; good fertile soil, suitable for fruit, vege table and poultry raising; close to depot; we guarantee to plant free of charge 25 peach trees on each %, acre; send for booklet, picture REAL ESTATE BROKERS. LATHROP ANDERSON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 471 Broad st. Factories. Phooe 1481 Market ~ F. F. MAYO & CO~ We 0o a general real e. '.ate buslnese. We solicit your trade and gu antee satisfaction. 783 Broad st.. Newark. Phone 6160 Market ROBERT O’GORMAN & CO. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE. 16 Clinton street. Tel. 132 Market. CHARLES SPENGLER~ Real estate, lire Insurance and mortgage loans. Metropolitan Bldg.. Washington and Market eta. RENTS COLLECTED. HONEST and PROMPT returns guarantee*. SAMUEL R CAIRNS, 494 BROAD ST. INSURANCE AT LOWEST RATES. P. L. l.RTCB. Insurance. Real Estate. Loans 790 Broad REAL ESTATC JFOR SALE. A FREE LOT Will give away a few choice lots on the mstli line of the Penna. R. R. near Newark to a few select people. For Interesting particular# ad dress H. C. SEROENT, 124 South Seventh at-. Newark. WANTED TORRENT._ WANTED—Unfurnished 13 or 14 room house. with Improvements; must be centrally located. In a good neighbor., od. Address, stating rent and full particulars, S., Box 86, Star Office. APARTMENTS, FLATS AND ROOMS TO LET._ CENTRAL AV., 106—Three rooms, first dees, adults only. Inquire 118 Centre! av. IMPROVED five-room flat to rent, central, rest |20. Inquire 76 ■William st. LAFAYETTE 8T., 198— Seven rooms and laun dry, all furnished but parlor; convenient to Pennsylvania and Central R. R. stations, also trolley; rent 220. Inquire 23 Liberty at. LIBERTY ST., 26, comer Lafayette—Rooms for men. steam heat, gas and bath; 21.26 and 2^.60 weekly. LIGHT FLAT—Five rooms, all improvements, convenient to two trolley line*, low rental. FTEj/LER CORPORATION, 142 Market si., opp. Bamberger's. * SEVENTEENTH AV., 86—Four nice rooms, all Improvements; bath; %12 SPRUCE ST., 186—Five large light rooms with Improvements; rent fll. Inquire 86 Montgom ery st.. In store. THIRTEENTH AV., 66—Six large rooms and bath, Individual heater; half block from Court House. Inquire LAbriER Legal Notices. TO THOMAS E. COURTENAY, MILDRED A. COURTENAY, MARY C. CADE (OR CODE), THE BRIDGEPORT INSURANCE COMPANY OF CONNECTICUT, OR THEIR HEIRS. DE VISEE8, SUCCESSORS OR ASSIGNS OR LEGAL REPRESENTATIVES, AND THE UNKNOWN OWNER OR OWNERS AND PERSON OR PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE LANDS BELOW DESCRIBED : Please take notice that, on the tenth day of May. eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Newark purchased, for the mm of nineteen dollars and thirty-five cents, at a sale, held In pursuance vf "hapter CXII. of the laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-six, and the sev eral supplements thereof and amendments thereto, lands known a* lots numbers one hundred and fifty-seven to one hundred and * sixty-three inclusive, on block fourteen hun dred and one, lots numbers one hundred and sixty-four to one hundred and seventy-three Inclusive on block fourteen hundred, and lots numbers one hundred and seventy-four to one hundred and eighty-three Inclusive on block number thirteen hundred and ninety-nine, as the same are laid down on the block maps*of the City of Newark, which said lots are de scribed ax follows; Beginning on the easterly side pf Penning ton avenue south two hundred and twenty live feet from the corner of the same and Elm street, as on map of J. C. Jennings, which was formerly part of the real estate of Gen eral Thomas Ward, deceased; thence along Pennington avenue south fifty-two #>g reen fifty minutes west, six hundred and seventy five feel; thence south fifty-seven degrees ten minutes east one hundred and thirty-six feet and four inches; thonce north thirty-one de grees thirty minutes east six hundred and seventy-five feet, more or less, to the south east corner of lot number one hundred and eighty-four on said map: thence along the south line of lot number one hundred and eighty-four north fifty-seven degrees ten min utes west onq hundred and twenty feet and seven Inches to the said easterly side of Pen nington avenue and place of beginning. Being also designated as lots numbers one hundred and fifty-seven to one hundred and eighty-three inclusive, on said map of J. C. Jennings. And that by virtue of an order made on ths third day of December, one thousand nine hun dred and ten, by the Circuit Court of the County of Essex, you are required to redeem said lands from said sale on or beforo the tenth day of June, one thousand nine hun dred and eleven, or to show cause on said day » before said court, at Room No. 802, on the third floor of said Court House In the City of Newark, at ten o’clock in the forenoon of said day, or aa soon thereafter aa counsel oan be heard, why a deed for said landa ahould not be delivered to the aald the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Newark, Its successors or assigns at Newark, New Jersey December Oth, 1010. THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, N. J. Purohaaar. HERBERT BOOGA Dec 10, IT.U,81.Jan.7.1421. City Attorney. ESSEX COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT—If. Cop land Cohen, plaintiff, vs. PI non* Feldman, defendant. In attachment. Nodes. Notice Is hereby given that a writ of attach ment was issued out of the Essex County Cir cuit Court against the rights and credits, moneye and effects, goods and chattels, lands and tenemente of Pincus Feldman, a non-rest- « dent debtor, at the suit of M. Copland Oohen. for the sum of two hundred and forty dollars *1240.00), and returnable December fifteenth, nineteen hundred and ten, has been served and duly executed, and was returned on the seven teenth day of December, nineteen hundred aald ten, by the Sheriff of the Cbunty of lknex. Dated January IS, lflL john b. wooumw, OMl Nahthan H. Berger, Attorney. ' goo Broad street. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERNEST—To Chrfti Glndele: By virtue of an order of the Conn of Chan cery of New Jersey made on the eighteenth day of January, nineteen hundred and eleven, in a certain cause wherein Anton J. Glndele Is petitioner, and you, Carrie Glndele, are de fendant, you are required to appear and plead, answer or demur to the petitioner's petition on or before the twenty-first day of March next or in default thereof such decree will he taken against you am the Chancellor shall thtnk equitable and Just. The object of said suit Is to obtain a dacres of divorce dissolving the marl age between eZ and the said petitioner. Dated January 18, Mil. FRED PROTJT. _ . __ Solicitor of Petitioner, P. O. Address: 148 Market street JanfL28feb4,11.18_NewsikTlf. f. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY_ By virtu* of an order of tbo Court of Chan cery of New Jersey, mad# on the day of th. date hereof. In a certain VI1M wherein BuSS Campbell It petitioner and you, 8amu*l5 Campbell, are defendant, you are requFmd to appear and plead, an.wer or demur to Uonor e petition on or before the fifteenth^, of February next, or In default thereof™! deoreo will be taken asalnst you ae the’cbaeJ cellor shall think equitable and lust TheokT lect of eatd suit le to obtain a decree of "m.‘uoneer marriM* ”•*—» Dated December 14, 1110.