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REAL ESTATE. j
TRANSFERS. NEWARK. Ixtuis Levine to Israel Greenhaut et al, e s Camden :.t, 331 ft n fr Hth av, 43x117. jt Isiuis Scnorner to Isaac Press, c a Uttleton av. 437 ft s fr 16th av, 31x100. 1 Margaret E, Tlllyer aud" hus'"to Ileury Bue, e s Oakland ter. 336 ft fr S. Orange av, 60x133. 1 Philip E Kipps to Nicola Cantarclia, U„?„Che?.tnut st- m ft c fr land William Frazee, 18x671. 1 Mary E. Omberson to August Ooertz. stable and lot, w & of alley in rear of 797 High st. 1 William F. Headley to Adam Thieme, p s Hawthorue av, 25 ft w lr Had ger av, 25x100. 1 Adam Thieme to Carl Baumann, same property. 1 Carl W. Soliwinn et al to Maurice B. Gluck, e s Mt. Pleasant av, 33 ft n fr 3d av, 56x100. 1 John McCartney to Antonio Fabiano, Jot 21, map Anthonv vrescheift. 1 Weequahic Park Land and Improve ment Co. to John A. Hoehiue et al, n s Shephard av, 135 ft w fr Bergen st. 35xl«)0. 1 William H. Ramaey et al to Richard «• Steadman, u s 4th av, 39 ft e fr Garside st, 61x40. 1 \ Antonia Fabiano to Agostino Veto, e s Lake st, 339 ft n fr Park av, 2oxl00. 1 William Harrigan (shff) to William C. Nicoil, n e s St. James pi, 681 ft n w fr Clinton pi, 112x194. 700 William C. Nicoil to Ignatz C, Muntz, same property. * l William S. Booth to Margaret P. O’Donnell, s w cor Hudson and New sts, 60x110. 1 Margaret P. O’Donnell to William 9. Booth, same property. 1 Julius J. Twardus to Josepn Jablow ski. w s Jones st, 310 ft s lr Dark lane, 30x107. I TOWNSHIPS. Samuel Richards to William H. Peck, Glen Ridge, u w cor Lincoln and Summit sts, 50x140. 1 Jeremiah Joyce et al to Albert Tem ple, Montclair, n e cor \V ashiugton at, e fr residence John Hartley, 46x132. 1 Kenneth D. Owen to Anna B. Lim ric. Montclair, n s maeopin av, 370 ft e fr Valley rd. 121x146. 1 Luigi Ottimo to Marcello Barattl, W. Orange, lots Nos. 2 and 3, blk C, Orange Manor. 1 Marcelo Barattl to Maria Ottino, W. Orange, same property. 1 J. Rodman Paul (tras) to J. R. Drexel et al (tras), Essex Fells, mid Rose land a\ and Oak lane, Vi acre. 1,000 Edw. Q. Keasbey to Joseph A. Man ning, Belleville, s s Cleveland st, 125 ft s e lr Washington av. 5‘^xlOO. 1 John W. De Baum to Alois Repa, Caldwell, mid rd fr Pine Brook to Fail field. 20 ch fr rd to Great Piece, 6 acres. 1 Kathleen L Kicrnan to Robert F. Bolton E. Orange, s Lenox av, w lr S Arlington av, 50x150. 1 Emma C. Pierson et al (exrs) to Herman R. i eicrle, b. Orange, s o s Salter pi, 76 ft u e fr Pierson rd, 30x138. 1 Mutual Investment Association to Charles F. Worms, S. Orange, n o s Somuier av, 2.A) ft s e fr Hubert pi. 50x125; and other tract. 1 Thomas R. Were to George Cator, S. Orange, n e s Kermit rd. 161 ft s fr Wyoming av. 100x135. J Thomas W. Kennedy to Francis M. Mason, Orange n e s Argyle av. 220 ft « e fr Valiev pt JWxIvfl. .^ 1 Charles Koeher to Eli~a' eth Calhoun. W. Orange, s s Pellot pi, n w cor of one Lippell's Id, 40x100. 1 Grace J. S<- tt and hu* to Harry Bar ker, Montclair, w. s Midland av, 255 ft fr Claremont av. 45x150. 1 Jennie W. Shearer Eliza Hunt. Bloomfield, cer. Franklin st, s fr Id Anna E. Baldwin. 40x158. 1 Horace O. Grice (and.) to Fanny B. \\ iss, Newark, w s Jefferson st. 208 ;t s fr Ferry st. 28x106 . 1,500 John R. Wluans to J.uues G Wilton, On Id well, s e s Washburn pi, 25) fl n o fr WeHville rd. 50x149. .1 James G. Wei ton to John R. Winans. Caldwell, n w s Gould av, 239 ft a *a fr WestvlUe rd, 50x150. 1 William Harrigan (shff) to Mutual Trust Co., Change, n s W. Christo •!)< r st. e fr Liberty st. 90x92. 5,000 .Saniu to Salvatore Rtizza. E. Orange, ou Sanford st, o fr n Cor of Tre ’pont av, 37xHfi . 600 ICmian. Eger to Hurry Kolodin, Or .ingc. » w cor Lakeside and Mt. V* rj.iQH a vs, 7?xlOO ... 1 Harry Koiodm tl» Killian Eger, Or ange. in lin> of Id John S. Dixon, s s Main st. 36 ft fr n cor George A. Harrison's house, 50 ft x 2 Hi 2 Iks 1 John J. Boiau to Michael Ppiuneili, orange, n ;s Mechanic st, 53 ft w i'r Essex av. 30x100. 1 Martin E. Quinn to Peter J. Quinn, Bloomfield, w b Newark nv, 100 ft s fr Berkeley av, 25x157 —. 1 Harriet H. Whitford to Nutley Realty Co.. Nutiey, n e e Grant av, AO ft ft* "Whitford av, 300x200. 1 Essex Real Estate and Construction Co. to Charles M. Grey, K. Orange, n s Central av, 174 ft n fr Nassau pi, 45x100 . 1 Louis D. Loiter to James A. Ruby. Bloomfield, e b Orange rd, 290 ft s fr Bloomfield av, 36x137. 1 Jennie W. Douglas et al to exrs to Archibald H. Dailey, Bloomfield, n w s Delaware av and Ella st, 84x97. 3,900 Julia Voigt et al to William Merkel. Irvington, e & Grove st 400 ft s fr 19tli av. 3x100. m Clara Watson to William H. Taylor, W. Orange, w h Longview et. COO ft s fr Mt. Pleasant nv, 50x150. charlotte P. Clute and bus to Jennie H. Copeland, Montclair, n s Belle vue av, w fr land Mary E. Morrell.. 50x205. Jennie II. Copeland to Frank T Flute, Montclair, o s N. Fullerton av, Cl ft n fr Fairfield fit. 60x93 and other tract. Same to same. Montclair, n s Maco pin av. 80 ft ft fr Valley rd 60x140. Charles F. Worms to Mutual Invert ment Association. F. Orange, p Central av. w fr Hawthorne pi. 50x125. 1 William L. Glorieux to Irving Park Realtv Co., Irvington, \v a Grove -it. 125 ft s fr Cottage st, 315x750 and 8 other tracts. 1 MORTGAGES RECORDED. NEWARK. William Amann to American In.niranre '.'ompany, north stdo Bowery street, 23 1 feet east from Mott street. $1,000. Jacob Baer to Anna M. Schweizer, west Hide JelUff avenue, 760 feet south from Hawthorne avenue, $5,600. Nicola Canlarella to Franz J. Beyer, north side Chestnut street, 400 feet east from William Frazcc a land. $468. Fornollus P. Terhnno to Prlsellla Reid, east tide Pennsylvania avenue. 25 feet north from Miller street, $2,200. Carl Baumann to Wecquahlc Building and Tjoan Association, south side Haw thorne avenue, 25 fret west from Badger avenue. $2,500. Maurice It. duck to Carl W. Schwinn et al. oast side Mt. Pleasant avenue, 38 feet north from Third avenue. 13600. Vincenzo Ctnio et nl to Salvatore Mill CITY AD V F. R 'll S F W ENTS. pywiiin NOTICE is hereby given that the fol lowing proposed ordinances passed a second t tiding and were ordered to a third and final raiding at a meeting of tho Hoard of Street and water Commissioners held February 2, mi: An ordinance to provide for the repaving of NORTH CANAL STREET, from Mulberry street to River street, with ob long granite block pavement on a six (6) Inch , •■oncrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of AVENUE B. from Emmett street to Miller street, with oh- ( long granite block pavement on a six (6) Inch ■ concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of CORTLAND STREET. from Ferry street to Horatio street, with bltu Ilthla pavement on a six (6) Inch concrete foundation. .An ordinance to provide for the paving of SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET, from Madison avenue to Avon avenue, with trick pavement on a six (8) inch concrete? foundation. « An ordinance to provide for tho raving of EARL STREET, from Elizabeth avenue to Frelinghuy»en avr nue, with brick pavement on a nix (0) Inch concrete foundation. WILLIAM MUNGLE. 1 Freeldent of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. ( WM. E. OREATHEAD, t «*eb3-5t Clerk of the Board. j PUBLIC NOTICE lo hereby given that the fol- ] lowing ordinance passed a second rending end was ordered to a third and final reading it • meeting of the Hoard of Street and Water t Commissioners held February 2, 1911: ^ An ordinance to provide for the vacation of . ■hat portion of FRENCH STREET, V extending from the aoutherly line of Sixteenth •cvenue southerly for a distance of 86.59 feet, [ except that portion now Included within the t limit* of South Thirteenth T e v WILuLAM MUNGLE, *T««l«Mir of th. Board of Straot and W«t«r c 'or. ^ jj onaxTHHAD. \ piMK dark at tba Board, 1 tano et al. east side Cutler street, 141 feet south from Sixth avenue, $o,000. Richard D. Steadman to Helen Crabb, north side Fourth avenue, 39 feet, east1 from Garside street, $9,000. Michael T. Davin to Ethel B. Headley, east side Hobson street. 275 feet south from Nye avenue, $250. Agostino Vito to Crescent Building and Loan Association, east side Lake street. 339 feet north from Park avenue. $4,000. Dennis Moloney to Alma D. Pollard, west side Aqueduct street. 100 feet south from Third avenue, $500. Barbara Weder and husband to Sarah L. Cairns, east side South Sixteenth street, 749 feet south from Avon avenue, $1,200. tgnatz C. Alantz to William C. Nlcoll, northeast side St. Janies place, 681 feet northwest from Clinton place. $900. John Rueger to Mercer Building and Loan Association north side Bank street, 118 west frr'm Wiekl’ffe .street. $1,000. William S. Booth to John F. Hagerty, southwest corner Hudson and New streets, $1,500. Zachaeus Mueller to Lorenz C. Hellos, 1 west'.ski© Magazvne street. 125 feet north from Kossuth street. $2,(00. Same to same, west side Magazine street. 100 feet north from Kossuth street, $2,8iX>. j Joseph Jobkmski to Julius J. Twardus, ; west side Bergen sf eet 330 feet south from Spring Held avenue, $1,500. David Neiss to Lena Mendel, west side Washington street, 156 feet north from Warren street. $1,000. Same to Emilie Goldstein, same property, $6,000. TOWNSHIPS. Elizabeth Calhoun and husband to ; Charles Koeher, West ©range, south side Pillot place, northwest corner Lippell’s ! land. $1,150. Michael Splnelli to John J. Bolan, Or- i ange, north side Mechanic street, 53 feet west from Essex avenue, $1,800. Eliza Hunt to Jennie W. Shearer. Bloom field. centre Franklin street, south side Anna E. Baldwin’s land. $3,500. Helen J. Smith to Wade Corset Company, East Orange, cast side Prospect street, 101 feet north from Main street, $1,200. Jesse M. Kajts to Henry W. Smith et al.. Orange, centre Smith place, 20 feet southeast from Berk cl e> avenue. $4,800. Same to s me, Oarge and »Sout Orange, 1 north side Warwick avenue 35a feet south east from Berkeley avenue, $3,200. Same to same. Orange, centre Smith place, 2(0 feet southeast from Berkeley : avenue. $6,000. John C. Johnson to East Orange Fire j Department Pension* Fund, East Orange, west side North Park street, southeast, corner John Chentthenm r land. $1,500. John R. Winans to James G. Welton. . Caldwell, northwest side Gould avenue 239 . feet northeast from Westville road, $2 000. ] Florence D. Steer et al. to Essex Title Guarantee and Trust Company, Montclair, centre Harrison avenue, centre Melrose place, $7,(00. Killinn Eger to Harry Kolodin, East Or ange, south side Alain treet. 36 feet north from George A. Harrison's land, $2.x<0. Gottlieb Keifer to Edward C. George. Irvington, north side Nineteenth avenue. 5o feet east from Twenty-third street, , $3,000. Alfred A. Kiefer to John C. Lenz, Irv- j ington, east side Franklin terrace, 307 j Ret south from Elmwood avenue $3,000. Albert Temple to Robert Temple, Mont clair, northeast corner Washington street . and Pompton turnpike, $1,200. Frederick B. Williams to LennA 1 I Wharton Glen Ridge, east side Highland i avenue, 17b feet north from West Belle ville avenue. $4,000. Bowtriv Realty Company to Lucinda Clarkson, Bloomfield, smith side Madia avenue, 428 feet southeast from Ashland avenue, $2,200. Adam Mutz to Hillcrest Building and Loan Association, Irvington, west side Twenty-second street. 42a feet north from Nineteenth avenue, $425. Ida Berger and husband to Marcus L. Herndon. West Caldwell, centre road lead ing from Franklin to Fairfield, south cor ner George E. Mead. $1,500. Margaret R. Partridge and husband to Anna S. Gelser. Montclair and Cedar Grove, centre Bradford avenue, south side C. W. Mills’s land. $4 000. V illiarn H. Peek to Samuel Richards/ Glen Ridge, northwest corner Lincoln and Summit streets. $6,000. Conrad Rech to Frank L. Stoutenhurgh. Irvington, east side South Twentv-first street. 420 feet north from Springfield avenue. $3,600. Irving Park Realty Company to William L. Glorieux. Irvington, west side Grove street, 100 feet smith from Cottage street; seven other tracts. $81,4^. CONTRACTS FI! ED. These contracts were filed In the county clerk's office today: W. Sutherland, owner, with P. Boon, contractor, all work. $6,000; 73 Marlon road, t’pper Montclair. II. Ilelerle, owner, with J. Halsey, contractor, all work, $4,000; Salter place, Orange. Susan Holt, owner, with E. Waldron & Co., contractors, all work, $39,990; Broad and Cedar streets. Katherine Ludwig, owner, with Lud wig & Wright, contractors, all work, $4,000: 34 Fortieth street. V. Kempf, owner, with H. Schneider, contractor, all work, $7,300; 22 Badger avenup. G. Fearons, owner, with C. Busch, contractor, painting, $1,350: Ridgewood avenue, Glen Ridge. A. Clutho, owner, with S. Panel?, con tractor, fainting, $Sii0; Ridgewood ave nue, Glen Ridge. V. Marzano, owner, with A. Ceratto, contractor, a'.l work, $12,400; Crane! and Webster streets. VIRGINIA CHEMICAL CO. SUED TO RECOVER $150,000. TRENTON, Feb. 3.—Trial of a suit brought by John G, Gray, of Delaware, j and George H. Rogers, of Pennsylva- j uia, to recover $150,000 from the Vir ginia-!'nrolinu Chemical Company was] begun in the United States Circuit] Court today. Recovery is sought for! profits alleged to have been made through failure on the part of Charles S. Bryan, a New York broker, to carry aut a contract for the sale to the chem ical company of mineral lunds In Ten nessee. It was charged that Bryan was acting as agent for the company and that after the complainant's options on; the land had expired he made the pur- j -hase directly from the owners and In violation ot the terms of his agroa ment. LONIXIN INSURANCE CO. ISSUES 63D STATEMENT. NEW YORK, Feb. 3.—The Liverpool ind London and Globe Insurance Com pany, limited, a stock company, has is sued the sixty-third annual statement it its United States branch for the : 'alendar year 1910. It shows total as sets of $13,745,408.53, which includes real \ •state amounting to $1,516,40(1.12; United ; States government 4 per cent, bonds, ] 1235,480,000; State and city bonds and j •allroad stocks and bonds, $5,210,120; jond and mortgage, $3,575,392.19; bank ialances and all other assets, $3,208,- . H0.22. The company reports unearned iremiuma and all other liabilities, $8. 189,433.96. leaving a surplus of $5,156. 174.57. ! The New York directors are: Charles • 1. Marshall, chairman; Walter C 1 Hubbard. John A. Stewart. Edmund D | Randolph and Thatcher M. Brown i Henry W. Eaton Is manager, George 1 ,V. Hoyt deputy manager and J. B. * sremcr, Jr., and T. A. Weed agency '■ iiiperintendents. DEMANDS $23,938 REPARATION. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3.—One of the , argest Individual claims for reparation , ver made to the Interstate Commerce | 'ommission was filed yesterday by the 1 lack Manufacturing Company, of T •hlladelphla. This company wants the , ommlssion to direct the Pittsburg. ^ Mnclnnatl, Chicago and St. Louis rail- , iay to return to it $23,938 collected by' he railroad on shipments of paving rick from points In central freight as oclation territory and points within runk line territory. The brick was arried at a rate of 22% cents a hun red pounds, which the claimant de- i lared was too high by • cent and a c aii a hundred pounds. t MARKET CLOSES WEAK; PRICES FALL AT CLOSE Strong Stocks React from Their High Marks and Lose Full Point. NEW YORK, Feb. 3.—Heaviness of Americans in the London market to day found some reflection at the open ing here when most of the active Is sues were fractionally under last night's close. U. S. Steel on an Initial sale of 3,600 shares, yielded % and Erie, Chesapeake and Ohio, Reading and St. Paul receded %. Some advances were registered, however, Pacific Mall gain ing a point. Amalgamated Copper % and Pennsylvania %. 11 a. m.—Prices moved upward after the opening, but selling on Ihe ad vances weakened the market. Read ing was sold freely, falling back a point from Its best, and several other railroad issues were heavy, including Northern Pacific, which lost a point U. S. Steel sagged under constant pres sure. Pacific Mall was offered liber ally on the rise and reacted 1%. Un.ied Railways and Investment Improved 2%. Noon—Surface conditions during the morning reflected further selling of slocks for profits, with diminished buy ing power, but the undertone was mod erately Arm, The usual leaders, U. S. Steel, Union Pacific and Reading were under Intermittent pressure. The Cop per stocks were again strong des lte diverging views on current Lade condi tions. The Ootild group was up be tween 1 and 2 points, with Missouri Pa cific the feature. Before m,dday Read ing was lifted to 160%, Its recent high level, and Lehigh Valley also gained a i point. Bonds were firm. 1 1 p. m.—The market held firm, with a further advance In the coalers, Le high Valley rising to 181 and Norfolk and Western gaining a point. New York Central touched 115% on the an nouncement of the Judicial decision denying the city government the right to remove the company’s tracks to the lower freight terminal. 2 p. m.—The market presented a spotty appearance, selected stocks dis playing great strength while the gen eral market was restrained by profes sional selling. 3 p. m.—The market closed weak. A pronounced downward tendency de veloped In the final hour, Heading, Le- I high Valley, Norfolk and Western and Missouri Pacific, the strong stocks of I the day, reacting 1 to 1% from their high prices, and U. S. Steel and Ameri can Smelting selling over a point under i yesterday's closing. NEW YORK CURB MARKET. The following New York Curb quo tations are furnished and* corrected by Charles A. Stoneham & Co., 54 Broad street, New York: Bid, Asked. Bay State Gas.60 .62 Brit Col Cop. 6.75 6.87 ♦Buffalo . 2.00 2.50 Butte & N Y.12 .37 Butte Coalition. 1.90 2.00 Rarisa .. .20 Chino Cop. 21.87 22.12 •Cobalt Central.09 .09% ♦Colorado .38 .39 Comb Frac.12 .14 COD Con.09% .10 •Crown Reserve.... 2.60 2.75 Cum-EIy Min. 6.00 10.00 Daisy .07 .08 Davis-D Cop. 1,51 1.62 Ely Cons.31 .37 F'rst National. 1.62 1.87 •Florence Goldfield. 1.50 1.62 Giroux Min. 7.43 7.56 Greene-Can . 6.75 7.00 Inspirn CoJ». 8.56 8.68 ♦Kerr Lake . 7.12 7.25 •La Rose Con. 4.75 4.8I Mason Valley . 9.37 9.62 Miami Cop. 19.37 19 62 Mines Co of Am. 4.93 5.06 Montezuma of C Rica. .01 Mont Shoshone.08 .12 Montana Tonopah.90 .95 NIfi Mines Co . 10.75 11.00 Ohio Copper . 1.81 1.87 Rawhide Coal ....IT.... .03 .04 Ray Central . 1.75 1.81 Ray Con . 17.50 17.75 Silver Leaf.05 .06 •Sioux Cons .32 .40 South Utah .93 1.00 Sup & Pitts . 15.12 15.62 Tonopah Belmont . 5.03 6.06 Tonopah Extension .... 1.03 1.06 •Tqnopah Min . 8.00 8.25 Tri-Bullion .60 .62 Trinity . 4.00 6.00 Tuolumne Cop. 4.50 4.6S ♦Uncle Pam.59 .60 Union Mines.31 .37 United Copper . 4.26 4.75 ♦Yukon Gold . 4.06 4.13 ♦Dividend payers. PRICES OF BONDS. The following quotations, were fur nished by Post & Flagg: Open. High. Low.Close Allts-Chalmors 5s 78 78% 78 78% N Y Air Brake 6s 102% . Am TAT evt 4s. 108% 108% 108% 108% Am Toharoo 4s... 83% 83% 83% 83% Am Tohaceo fis... 106% 106% 106% 106% Atch, T A S F 4s. 99 99 98% 99 At, T A S F adj 4s 92 . A, T A S F env 4s. 108% . A. T A SFcpvSs 110% 110H 110 110 Atlantic C Line 4s 94% 94% 94 94 Reth Steel 5s.. . 89 89 88% 88% F A O R W 3%s., 93% . Brook RTis. . 84 84 83% 84 Central of Ga 6». 108% . Cent Lenther 6s.. 9«% 99% 99% 99% Central of N .1 5s 12:1% . Ches A Ohio 4%S. 101% 101% 101% 101% Ches A Ohio 5s.. 113 . Rhos A O convt. (UP, 96% 96 96% Chi. B A Q 4s. .. 96 96 95% 96 Chi A Gt West 4s 85 85 84% 85 C. R 1 A P old 4s 97% 97% 97% 97% i C. R I A P new Is 74% 74% 74% 74% Colo A So 4s. 96% . Colo A So 4%s... 98% . Dlst Co of Am 5s. 77% 78 77% 73 Erie evt, ser A... 76 . Erie evt, ser B... 70% . Erie G Mt L 4s.. 75 . Erie 1st eon 4s... 85% . Interborough 4%s. 79% 79% 79% 79% Tnterhoro R T f.s.. 103% 103% 103% 103% Inter Pump 5s.... 93 93% 93 93 Inter M A M 4%s. 6S . Lake Shore 4s.... 93% . Mo, K & T 4s. 97% . Mo. K A T 4%s... 86% 86% 66% 88% Mo Pac conv...... 93% 93% 93% 93% N Y Central 2%s. 88% 88% 86% 88% N Y Central 4s... 93% 93% 93% 93%; NYC4LS 3%s. 80% . Nor Pacific 3s.... 70% . Nor Pacific 4s.... 100% 100% 100% 100% Nor A West 4s_ 99 99% 99 99% N A W conv 4a... 106% 107% 106% 106% Ore S L new' 4s... 93% . Pennsyl 1915s. 96% . Pennsyl 4%s.104 . Reading Gen 4s.. 97% 97% 97% 97% Seaboard adj. 75% . SI. L South 1st 4s. 90% 90% 90% 90% St L So consol... 77% . San A A- A P 4s. 87% . South Pacific 4s.. 92% 92% 92% 92% So Pacific conv 4s 99% 99% 99 99 Southern Ry 5s... 107% . Southern Ry 4s... 77% . St Paul 4s. 99 99% 99 99% Union Pac 1st 4s. 100% 100% 100% 100% Union Pac conv 4s 106 . U S Steel S F 5s 105 105 104% 105 U S Rubber 6s.... 103% 103% 103% 103% VV P T 2d 4s. 6% 7 6% 7 Wabash Ists. 109% . Wabash is. 65 65% 65 65% | West Maryland 4s S6% 86% 86% 86% (Vest Union 4%s. 95% . Wisconsin 4s. 93% . LOCAL SECURITIES. The bill and naked prlcea appended ■ re fur ui a tied through Kluele A King! ELECT KHJ, GAS, ETC. Bid. Asked. Celluloid Co.128 130 Con Trac of U J. 74 Essex & Hudson Gas. 138 142 Hudson Co Gas. Li6 138 Newark Con Gas. 97 99 New Jersey Zinc Co. 395 Public Service ctfs . lul 102 Public Service stock. 118 119 Rapid Transit St Ky Co.. 230 ... Singer Mfg Co. 310 South Jersey Gas. 130 132 i BANK STOCKS City Trust Co. 160 Essex Co Nat Bank. 300 ... Federal Trust Co. 207 210 Fidelity Trust Co,... !... 600 Ironbound Trust Co.. ... 200 Manufacturers' Nat Bank . 250 260 Merchants' Nat Bank. 265 275 Mutual Trust Co of Orange 155 160 Newark Trust Co. 155 160 Nat Newark Banking Co. . 390 395 National State Bank. 220 225 North Ward Nat Bank... . 365 370 Union National Bank.. . ... 400 ... Wesi Sid*- Trust Co. 240 15* LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE. American Fire. 600 ... Colonial Life. 350 Firemen’s Insurance. 460 ... Newark Fire . 315 Prudential .... . 460 BONDS Con Trart 1st 5s. 1923. 103H I'M’4 Hudson Co Oa8 1st 5s. 1949 103 Vi 104'4 J C, Hob & Pat 4s, 1949 . 78Vi 77 Nwk Con Gas con 5s 1948. 104 105 Nwk Gas Co 1st 6s. 1944 . 128 130 N J St Ry 1st 4s. 1948 . 76% 7 7*4 O X Pas Yni 1st 5s. 19"8 92 95 Pub Ser Gen Most Ra 1959 95 96 So Terse.- On* 1«t 5s. 1953. 97 98'4 United Elec Co 1st 4s. 1949 78>4 79 $200,000 WORTH OF RUBBER GOODS BURNED. MALDEN, Mass.. Feb. 3.—Upward of $200,000 worth of rubber goods In tht storehouse of the Converse Independ ent Rubber Company went up in ill smelling smoke last night when tht storehouse and Its contents were bui neJ The blaze generated unu. ual heat which seriously warped the nearby tracks of the Western division of thi Boston and Maine ra! road, tying ui traffic there for hours. The storehouse, a two-story wondet structure of about 13,000 square feet, h located at the foot of Pearl street. FINANCIAL NOTES. The entire issue of $15,070,000 Chlcagc Railways Company's first mortgage .d has been sold, a considerable amouni going to investors abroad. A statement of the earnings and ex penses of the Norfolk and Westerr Railway Company for the last sis months of 1910 shows an Increase ol $1,164,705 over the previous year in tht total earnings, or 7 per cent. There was a decrease of $357,239 In the nel earnir.gs or 5 per cent. Included in the expenses was $3,408,339 for main tenance of equipment. A proposition to reduce, the commis sion on bonds from >4 to V4 of 1 pel cent, failed to get a two-thirds voti yesterday on the Philadelphia Stocl Exchange and was lost. A meeting of the board of director of tho Philadelphia, Baltimore anc Washington was held yesterday anc routine business transacted. The Bank of England’s minimum dis count rate remains unchanged at 4 pel cent. The New York Cotton Exchange has voted to close Saturday before Lin coln’s Birthday. The Bank of England bought £133,00 gold bars in the open market. Gold tc the amount of £77,000 was engaged foi shipment to South America. The Lehigh Valley Transit Company reports for Its railway lines gross earn ings of $78,511 In January, an increase of $15,9-12, or 25V* per cent., over the same month of 1910. Tho bondholders’ committee of the Lancaster, Oxford and Southern Rail road Company's first mortgage 5 pel cent, thirty-year gold bonds announce that 75 per rent, of /tie bonds have been deposited with the Union Trust Company, or Lancaster, under the terms of the first mortgage bondhold ers' agreement. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANOE. Following are the quotations of the; day's prices, as furnished through 1 Byrne & McDonnell, members of the J New York Stock Exchange: Open.IIigh.I*ow. Close. j Allls-Ohalmers ... 8% 8% 8% 8% Allis-Chulmers pi' 3374. 34 33 33 Amai Coj)per .... 66% 6679 657? 6579 Am Agri Cheni .. 51'4 61% 61 61% Am Can pf . 8X79 8174 8174 817a Am Car & F . 56 56% 66 66 Am Cotton Oil .. 6079 6174 6074 61.74 Am II & L pf ... 24 24 24 04 Am Zee Secur . 22 22 22 22 Am Locomotive .. 42 42 4179' 41% Am Smelting .. 8074 8174 79% 797s Am Smelting pf... 106 106 106 106 Am Sugar . 11974 120 119% 119% Am Woolen pf... 94% 9474 94 % 9474 Anaconda . 4079 4079 40 40 At, T & S Fo.... 1067a 10674 106 106 At, T A S F pf... 103 103 .1,03 103 Balt A Ohio. 106% 106% 106% 10674 Brooklyn R T. 78% 7874 78 78 Cull Pacific . 209 209 2087? 20874 Cent Leather .... 32% 3374 32 % 82% Ches A Ohio _ 85 85% 84% 81% Chic Gt Western 2319 23% 2379 23% Chic, M & St P.. 131% 132% 131% 131% Chic & N W. 14919 14974 149 149% Colorado F A I ■ • 357* 3574 85 35 I Colo A Southern 5974 59% 5979 5919 Con Gas. 144 14474 143% 14379 ! D A H . 172 172 171 171 Den & Rio Or.. . 32% 34 3219 3374 1 Dis Secur. 36% 3U7j 3679 36% j Erie . 2974 30% 29% 29% Erie 1st pf. 49 49 4879 48% | Fed M A S. 23 23 23 23 j 3t North pf. 129% 12974 12974 1 2974 j interbor Met... 2" 20*/4 197* 19%! Inter!) Met pf. 64% 55% 54*4 5474 Inti S Pump pf... 85% 85% 8574 85%! Iowa Central— 19% 19% 197* 19%! Iowa Central pf. 32% 33% 32% 33% K C Southern. 34% 347* 3474 347*! LC C Southern pf.. 67 67 67 67 | L. oilIs A Nash. 145% 1467* 145% 145% M. St P A S S M. 13814 13879 138*4 138% Missouri Pacific.. 5379 5674 63 64 Mo, Kan A Tex 3574 35% 3579 3574 National Lead. 58% 5879 5874 58% V Y Central. 114% 11514 114% 1147* ST Y. Ont A AVest 48 48% 43 43 Norfolk . 107 40774 106% 106% 'forth American.. 71% 72 71% 72 Northern Pacific. 127 12774 126 126 Pacific Mall. 29% 29% 27% 27% 'Pennsylvania .129 1 2974 128% 128*4 People's Gas 10779 10719 107% 10779 Mttsburg Coal.. 2079 2074 20 20 Pressed S Car.. 36 36 35 35 Public Service_ 118 118% 118 118% by Steel Spring. 37 38 37 37% Reading . 1 597m 160V» 15S% 158% leading-1st pf. 90% 91 901? 91 lepublic I A S. 317* 3479 34% 3474 . bep £ A S pf..... 98% 98*4 98% 98% lock Island. 33V* 33% 32% 32% . bock Island pf. . 64% 047* 64 64 ' iloss-.Sheffitld ... 54% 54% 53% 53% it Louis S AV pf 66% 6774 66 74 9 574 louthern Pacific . 120% 1217b 120 120 louthern Ry. 2S% 287? 28 28% | louthern Ry pf. 66 66 651. 65% , , ’win City R T 111 111 110% 110% ’hird Ave. 10% 10% 1074 1974 j ’exas A Pucillc.. 2879 297? 28% 2874 , •Ol, St L & W.... 23 237? 22 23% J *Ol. St L A AV pf. 52% 527* 52% 52% , Jnion Pacific .... 17974 17974 17879 178% , Tnlted Ry Xnv... 45 47% 45 4 7 79 , J S Rubber . 42 42 42 42 , J S Steel . 80% 8174 8 0 % 80*4 I S Steel pf. 120% 1207* 120 120 Vabash . 16% 16% 16% 18% Vabash pf . 36*4 3 774 36 35% Vestern Unlqn . 7474 75% 747* 74% I Vis Centra] . 63 63 63 63 < "Ex-dividend. ' HEAVY TRAVEL AT SALEM. ’ SALEM. Feb. S.—Large locomotives ave been placed on the Salem branch , f the West Jersey and Seashore rall oad because of the heavy travel. ... a*. _,_ Following earnings of the Susque hanna Railway Light and Power Com pany for the twelve months ending Re ■meber 31, 1910, are announced: Surplus from subsidiary companies, $890,494; pthor income, $68,473; total income, $868,967; fixed charges, $251,955; net sur plus. $617,012; preferred- stock dividends, (204.610; balance. $412,402; amortization, (102,642; applicable to common stock, (309,760. Messrs. N. W Halsey & Co. report the following statement of earnings (or the year ending April 30, 1910, o( the Economy Light and Power Com pany, of Joliet, 111.: Gross Income, $4)6, (46.15; operating expenses, $217,654.11; let Income, $189,092.04; Interest on ponds, $75,742.38; balance, $113,349.66. rhis shows net earnings of more than !$4 times the Interest on the first mort gage 5 per cent, bonds. THE COTTON MARKET. NEW YORK, Feb. 3.—The cotton market opened easy at a Recline of i©13 points this morning, with all the jctlve months sc ling into new low ground for the movement under ag gressive bear pressure and stop-loss prders. Bearish reports from Liver pool, based upon an easier turn In Man Jhester, seemed to be the chief factor, is there pvns no change in the charac ter of Southern news, but local bears ihowed more confidence than for some time past, and while prices rallied 5 or i points from the lowest during the sarly trading, as a result of covering ind bull support, orders became heav er on the improvement. Fluctuations were irregular during the late forenoon and the market con tinued very nervous and unsettled, with prices at midday showing a net loss of ibout 8019 points. Selling became very aggressive again ihortly after midday on indications hat tho lnto-slglit movement would ixceed early Indications and tho mar cet broke Into new long ground, large itop loss orders being uncovered on he decline. After showing a net loss if about 20 to 22 points on the old crop nonths the market steadied up four or Ive points from the lowest, but re nalned very nervous during the after toon. PHILADELPHIA STOCK MARKET. The following quotations were fur- j ilshed by Eisele & King: Bid.Asked. American Railway Co. 44',i 45 j Cambria Iron . 45 46 Jambrla Steel . 44% 43'; Stoiage . 54% 55% Bier Co of America. 12% 12% 0 & P 4r... 87 88 Lehigh Valley . 90 6-16 90 7-16 Lake Superior Corporation.. 80% 30% llarsden .. % % sf J Con Tract. 76% 81 J Con Tract 5s. 103% ... . Philadelphia com . 62 63 ’hiladelphla pf . 44’,; 45 Philadelphia Elec . 16% 16% Philadelphia Elec 6s . 103% 104 Pennsylvania .64 7-16 64 8-16 Philadelphia Tract . 86% Heading . so 80% Heading 4s . 97% 97% J C I . 87% 87% ’nion Traction . 47% 48 J S Steel . 80% 81 Varwlck . 10% .... THOMAS SUCCEEDS FARRELL. NEW YORK, Feb. 3.—It becajne mown yesterday that at a recent neettng of the directors of the United Itates Steel Products Company Bu tene F. Thomas was elected president 0 succeed James A. Farrell, now presl lent of the [Tnited States Steel Cor ioratlon. Mr. Thomas was for years isslstant to Mr. Farrell in the United Itates Steel Products Export Company. . THE LONDON MARKET. LONDON, Feb. 3.—American securl- : les opened steady and a fraction hlgtl r today. Later the market declined ' inder realizing and at noon was easy vlth prices ranging from unchanged to 1 lower than yesterday's New Vork 1 losing. 1 New York buying followed and the ' narket recovered and closed steady. __ l READ STAR WANT ADS. 1 £ik toward Saoinss Institution Newark, N. J., January 1, 1911 SAMUEL S. DENNIS, President ROBERT D. MEAD, Secretary J. WILLIAM CLARK, Vice-President CHARLES H. NORMAN, Ass’t Treasurer ALEXANDER S. WARD, Treasurer GEORGE H. McLELLAN, Ass’t Secretary JOHN O. H. PITNEY, Counse V MANAGERS ^ EDGAR E. BOND EDWARD Q. KEASBEY WILLIAM T. CARTER WILLIAM B. KINNEY J. WILLIAM CLARK RICHARD V. LINDABURY SAMUEL S. DENNIS DAVID H. MERRITT FREDERICK FRELINGHUYSEN JEREMIAH O’ROURKE GEORGE G. FRELINGHUYSEN WYNANT D. VANDERPOOL GEORGE R. HOWE MARCUS L. WARD A. PENNINGTON WHITEHEAD ASSETS Cash on hand and on deposit.$ 468,740.48 Bonds and Mortgages. 6,917,040.00 U. S. Bonds .. 800,000.00 County Bonds .. 2,414,900.00 i Municipal Bonds. 3,002,050.00 Railroad Bonds. 9,023,000.00 Real Estate. 415,565.00 Accrued Interest • 263,647.16 $23,304,942.64 LIABILITIES Due to 68,138 Depositors.$21,367,880.76 Interest accrued on deposits. 63,108.12 Surplus on par value. 1,873,953.76 Surplus on market value, $1,944,657.76 $23,304,942.64 OPEN DMLV, PROM 10 A. M. TO 4 P. M. (SUNDAYS AND HOL DAYS EXCEPTED) MONDAYS SATURDAYS FROM 10 A. M. TO 7:30 P. M. PROM 10 A. M. TO 12 M. IMPORTATION OF GEMS SHOWS A BIG DECREASE. NEW YORK. Feb. 3—The report of j George W. Wanmaker, appraiser of | the port, for January, Issued yester j day, shows a heavy falling off last ! month In the Importat on of diamonds and other precious stones compared with Januaiy, 1910 It Is shown that the gem Imports last month agg egated $3,060,470, while In the corresponding | month one year ago the entries were , I appraised at 14.541,606. a falling off last month of $1,481,136. In January, 1909, the Importations of precious stones and peurls were $1,93S,963. The appraised value of merchandise last month Is set down at $79,342,922. which Is less by $200,000 than In Janu ary, 1910. The appraised value In Janu ary, 1909, was $62,959,703. The packages examined last month Increased nea.ly 6,000 over January, 1910, while the In vo ces and appraisement orders num bered 38,433, compared with 36,176 In the same month of 1910, and 31,995 In i January, 1909 Seventy-nine automo biles, of the total appraised value of $176,83' 31 were imported In January. 1911, In comparison with 74 cars, valued j at $155,921.31, in January, 1910, and 57 i cars, valued at $138,961.47, In January, 1909. THE CHICAGO MARKET. CHICAGO, Feb. 3.—Wheat cased off today In view of the mild weather Southwest, where a cold wave had been predicted. Slowness of cash demand tended likewise to send prices down- ■ word somewhat Futures also were in ] I request only to till scattering orders | for small lota Foreign news contained nothing distinctly bullish and re erred I I to generally favorable crop conditions | j in Europe. The opening here was % ; j lower to a shade up. May started at I ilGVi to 96%, a sixteenth above last night, to the same amount below and declined to 96. Bearish cables made corn Incline to a lower level. May opened unchanged to n shade off at 49T5®50 to 50, and sold later at 4975 Oats weakened with other grain. Shorts were covering but not on a large scale. May opened a shade lower at; 33, touched 33® 33% and fell to 32%. A good commission call for ribs strengthened hog products all around. First sales were 2% to 5 cents higher with May options at 18.40 for pork, 9.90 tor larri and 9.87% to 9.90 for ribs. THE PROVISION MARKET. NEW YORK, Feb. 3—Flour—Quiet and nominally lower. Rye—Steady. Wheat—After opening steady on' Rmall Argentine shipments, predictions of lighter world’s shipments this week j and steady cables, wheat eased off un- j der renewed selling for long account, i together with heavy Increase In Mln I neapolis stocks and poor cash demand. May, 101%®H>1%. Pork—Quiet; mess, 22.00®22.50. Beef—Steady. Lard—Firm; Middle West, 10.10® 10.20, j nominal. Sugar—Raw, firm; muscovado, 89 test, ! 2.95®2.98; centrifugal, 96 test, email@example.com; : molasses, 89 test, 2.70®2.73. Refined— Steady. Petroleum—Steady Coffee—Spot, quiet; No. 7 Rio, 12%® 1275; No. 4 Santos, 13%. Molasses—Steady. Hay—Steady. THE PRODUCE MARKET. NEW YORK, Feb. 3—Butter steady, unchanged; receipts, 5,118. Cheese—Barely steady; receipts, 2,288. State, whole milk, winter make, best, 11®12; skims, 2@10. Eggs — Irregular; receipts, 10.509 Fresh gathered selected, extras, 23® 23%; do. first, 21%; do. seconds. 19® 21: refrigerator frst, 16; State, Pennsylva nia and nearby hennery white, 30®35; do. gathered w'hite, 30®34; do. hennery brown, 23®23%; do. gathered brown and mixed, 21%®22%; Western gath ered white, 28®32. E1SELE&K1NQ | embers of th> N. Y. Stock Exchange Members of thj Phlla. Stock Exchange NEW JERSEY INVESTMENT SECURITIES 4 SPFflAl TV BROAD & CLINTON STS. MUTUAL BENEFIT BLDG. 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Lauck ner’s Insurance agency of New Y'ork, Jersey City and Hoboken, lias been Incorporated .n New Jersey under the title of O. O. Lauckner, incorporated. Oscar O. Lauckner is president, L. KretBchmann is vice-president, O. O. Lauckner, Jr., secretary und M. L. Pruner treasurer. The company has been made local agent In Hudson ani idjaccnt counties for the National Union Fire Insurance Company, of Pittsburg, succeeding H. B. shau. and ins a generul agency of the Penn Mu tual Life, of Philadelphia. EXCHANGES FOR RECIPROCITY. NEW Y'ORK, Feb. 3.—Resolutions Lireing the prompt ratification of th* reciprocity agreement witli Canada Here adopted by the Produce Exchange yesterday. PITTSBURG, Feb. 3.—The Pittsburg Butter and Egg Exchange net vester :1ny and adopted resolutions demanding the passage of the clause In the reci procity bill admitting Canadian farm products. SILK IMPORTERS FINED S 1.000 EACH. NEW Y'ORK, Feb. 3— Jacob Stlnor and Jacob Rerlfeln. silk Importers at 16 West Nineteenth street, who pleaded guilty yesterday afternoon to several Indictments charging undnrvaluat aa and false entry, were fined SI O'Xl each bv Judge Martin in the United gfa’es ’ircuit Court. They arc also defendant* n a civil action to recover 15,000 for the undervaluations.