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FOR J. H. HENEGAN NOT JOIIPLETE Arrangements Await Arrival of Rev. Father F. X. Henegan, of Colorado. Arrangements for the funeral of John H. Henegan, of 173 Washington / street, who died yesterday afternoon of a compilation of diseases, are awaiting the arrival in this city Satur day of the Rev. Francis X. Henegan, a son of the dead man, from Rjoky Ford, Colo. Father Henegan, who is rector of St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church at Rocky Ford, was notified by wire of his father’s death and left immediately for Newark. Mr. Henegan was born In Newark 61 years aeo, and had been engaged In business for the past thirty-five years in Washington street, being the first man to go Into business In that thor oughfare north of Market street. He was for many years a member of St. Patrick’s parish, and was a former supreme vice-president of the Catholic Benevolent Legion, president of Bayley Council No. 29, C. B. L., a member of the Young Men’s Catholic Institute, a past grand regent of the Royal Ar canum and a member of Newark City Council of that older. Three children survive him. They are Father Henegan; Harry Henegan, who Is connected with the Evening STAR and a student at Fornha’n Law School, and Miss Adeline Henegan, who is a student In St. Vincent’s Academy. Mr. Hcnegan’s wife died three years ago. MICHAEL J. PRESTON. V, Funeral services will be held Satur day morning at SL Aloysius’s Roman Catholic Church for Michael J. Pres ton, one of the oldest residents of the Twelfth ward. Mr. Preston was one of the pioneer members of the church. He Is survived by a widow and six children, one of them being the Rov. John T. Preston, rector of St. Law rence’s Roman Catholic Church, Wee hawken. WILLIAM A. HARDMAN. The funeral of William A. Hardman, of 306 Lafayette street, the flagman who was hurled to his death from an express train near Philadelphia yester , day morning, will be held Sunday aft ernoon from Christ Episcopal Church in Prospect street. The interment will be In Fairmount Cemetery. The New - ark local of the Brotherhood of Train men will attend the services in a body, the pall-bearers being selected from their number. REVIVES TEXAS GRANT WHICH CAN’T BE FOUND. EL PASO, Texas, March 2.—The "La Prieta land grant," fgr which State of ficials searched a year ago without suc cess, has been revived. This time a deed filed for record announces the sale of one-fourth Interest in the "grant" to C. T. Gregory, of New York, , for $460,000. W. H. Yoakum appears os the former owner of the Interest. Similar deeds were filed last year, and an exhaustive search was made through Texas and Mexican records in an effort to locate the supposed grant. However, no record could be found and bulletins of warning were Issued by the Texas' land office. Stationery accompanying the deed Indicates that Gregory was general manager of the Texas and Grant Trun-t Railway, with headquarters at Fort Worth, but the transfer gives his place of residence as New York. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. AVENUE A STORM WATER SEWER. Notice la hereby given that the commission ers heretofore appointed by the Mayor of the city of Newark to make an estimate and ts •essment upon all the owners of all the. lands end real estate In the city of Newark pecu liarly benefited by any local improvement id the sold city, in proportion as nearly aa may be to the advantage each was deemed to have acquired, have made an estimate and assess* ment of benefits conferred upou all the owners of all the lands and real estate In the city of Newark peculiarly benefited by each of the * following Improvements in said city, namely: The construction of a sewer to be known as the _ AVENUE A STORM WATER SEWflR. approved April 22, 1910. Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts end parcels of land and real estate liable to be assessed as aforesaid, lying on that section f POINIER STREET VANDERPbOL STREET, MILLER STREET, WRIGHT STREET, EMMET STREET, ASTOR STREET, MURRAY STREET. HARPER STREET, PARKHURST STREET, THOMAS STREET, AVENUE B. AVENUE A, NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AVENUE. MULBERRY STREET, Within the following boundaries: Beginning at the point of intersection of the southerly line of Thomas si«*.-et and westerly line of Mulberry street, thence westerly along tht- southerly line .f Thomas street to the easterly line of New Jersey Railroad avenue, thence southerly at ng the wme to the south erly line of Astor street, thence westerly along the same tu the easterly line of Austin street, thence southerly along the same and across Emmet street to the southerly line of Emmet street, thence westerly along the same about 25 feet, thence southerly and parallel with New Jersey Railroad avenue about. 100 feet, thence easterly and parallel with Eminot street across New Jersey Railroad avenue to the easterly line of New Jersey Railroad avenue thence southerly along the same to the southerly line of Wright street, then.'e easterly a ong the same about 60 feet, thence southerly and about parallel with New Jersey Railroad avenue to the southerly line of Miller street, thence easterly along the same about 60 fe*». thence southerly and parallel with New J« cy Railroad avenue about 100 feet, thence e sieilv and i aralle with Miller street about 26 reet. thence southerly and parallel with A i nue A to the northerly line of Potnler st: <f t. thence easterly along the same to a ■ f ■ ibout 100 'eet east of the easterly line if o er.ue A thence northerly and parallel i- with ‘ venue A about 100 feet to the rear fine * ; • erUq^ fronting on Vanderpool street, then'e easterly and parallel with Vanderpool • a !lstan°e of about 476 feet east of * tl,, • * ' lin* ■-.! Avenue B, thence north * ]\ i .’-el with Avenue B to a point * • ch f eet north of the northerly line cf Van treet, thenc< westerly and parallel wlui MM) ftieet about 25 feet, thence north i:i [\ pi'i paictllcl with Avenue R to a point eet ii -rth of the northerly line of \\ • • tteet. thence westerly and parallel with Wright Ktteet to a point ahout 100 feot < .st of the easterly fine of Avenue B. thence not therly am' parallel with Avenue R across Emmet street to a point p out 10ft feet north o; tl-e northerly line of En n.»*t street, thence westerly and parallel with Emmet street to a point ahout 1M feet east of the easterly line of Mulberry street, thence northerly and pH *llel with Mu berry street to the southerly line of Thomas street, thence westerly along the said southerly line of Thomas street *o tie point or place of beginning and have filed their reports of nald assessments for benefits In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Essex, and that the Judge of •aid court has fixed Saturday,, the fourth day of March, 1911. at 10 o’clock In tjie forenoon, In the Circuit Court room at the Court House In the city of Newark, as the time and place of hearing any objections that may be made to the said assessments Dated February 27, 1911 \ Herbert Bonos. •A LATE JOHN H. HENEGAN, BUSINESS MAN, WHO PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY, POLICE DRAG-NET “ _ Men Lure Railroad Agent Into Room and Relieve Him of $400. (Special to the Newark Star.] PASSAIC, March 2.—The police of all cities and towns have been asked to aid in the search for Charles Edward MacBrlde. alias Yansen. and a compan ion, who are charged with luring Will iam H. Zack. the Erie railroad agent at the prospect street siat,on, into the armory of Company A, Fifth Regiment, and beating and robbing him of *400, The hold-up was witnessed uy Edward O. Lucas, a friend of Zack, who thought the struggling men were indulging in horseplay. A search is being conducted in New York also, It being the opinion of the detectives that MacBrlde, who was re leased recently from the Rahway Re formatory, and his companion will at tempt to elude pursuit in the metrop olis. The Newark police have been re quested to watch out for the men. too MacBride's companion was not identi fied, but the former reformatory inmate has been positively idemified as one ot the assailants by Zack, who knew him. I,tired Into Armory. According to Zack’s story, he was about to leave the station for dinnei when MacBrlde engaged him in conver sation at the window. The day's re ceipts, which were heavy because of th sale of many commutation tickets foi March, were in Zack’s pocket when he left the building, accompanied by Mac Bride. On the pretext that a man lr the armory wanted to see him, Zacl was lured into the building by Mac Bride. Ho had hardly entered whet the door wfts Hosed behind him and h was struck a terrific blow in the face MacBrlde and another man, Zack says then pounced upon him, stifled his cries and beat and robbed him. When Zack recovered sufficiently tr tell Lucas of the attack, the-two mer had fled. Lucas was collecting cam' stools in the bul'ding at the time an says he thought the men w’ere playing TWO MONTHS’ LEGISLATION BRINGS FORTH ONE WEE LAM [Prom a Staff Correspondent.) TRENTON. March 2.—Eight week! of the one hundred and thirty-flfti legislative session ended yesterday with only one law enacted and thai measure a trivial Jersey City affair Upwards of 500 bills have been in troduced, but Governor Wilson ha? made it apparent that he is intereste. only in the four administration bills N'one of the others interest the chie executive and the legislators whi started out to have a strictly business session are getting disgruntled. Unquestionably the most important measure of the session is the Morris canal bill, which proposes to wipe out the canal system of the State and make a gift of assets worth millions to the Lehigh Valley Railroad Com pany. The Governor regards the election re vision bill as paramount. He shows deep concern'for the corrupt practises act and insists that the public utility and employers’ liability bills be enact ed, but has not a word to say about the canal measure, involving property estimated to be worth upwards of $20, 000.000. In public and private the Gov ernor practically says, "We want om four bills enacted and then the Legis lature may adjourn.’’ The House Democrats are getting tired of the Governor’s hold-up methods. They are also getting tired of the blundering that has been made In the drafting of the administration bills. The majority has appointed a com mittee consisting of Assemblymen Egan, Matthews and Lamonte, to con fer with the Governor and discuss the bills in which he is interested. The committee was named by a conference of the Democratic assemblymen held behind closed doors, which was called yesterday by Leader Matthews after Minority Le.der McCran had criticised the Simpson corrupt practise bill so pointedly that It was hurriedly sent back to committ'e with the consent of its introduce> .The Simpson bill, which is an administration measure, was a network of flaws. It will be whipped into shape by the committee before It makes its appear ance on the floor again. SKIN SUFFERER SAYS “IF I HAD ONLY KNOWN’’ If I had only known how quickly Eczema can be cured, whet long years of awful suffering it would have saved me,” writes F. A. Will, of 2506 Wash ington street, San Francisco, Cal. This, after forty years of suffering and after using less than one bottle of the Oil of Wlntergreen-Thymol D. D. D. Prescription. Try at least a 25-oent bottle. To our certain knowledge D. D. D. Prescrip tion alw.ayg gives instant relief—abso lute relief insid" of ten seconds! Petty’s Pharmacy; A. Mosher, Or ange; Gilbard’s Drug Store. East Or ange. ■ Spring and Summer Fashions M We are today one of the largest manufacturers of '' / ladies wear in the country—supplying up-ro-date stores everywhere throughout the United States for the past 20 j7> years, giving us a tremendous output and enabling us to abso- rTOTTl lutely control weaves and styles. ''' Selling Direct to the Trade—Ehminahnq rFJIahrr Ad Middle Froft's g\ is a new departure tor us and both our clothes and prices will in be a revelation to the ladies of Newark and vicinity. We l^lrcLl LO will be pleased to conduct you through our factory and show you just how garments are made. "WccLTCf We Make Clothes to Your Order at Astonishingly Low Frices Eliminating You may select any style from our model books or " suggest such changes as you desire and your suggestions A ri ww, - will bi followed to the slightest detail. ' /ill Middle Every Lad) Visiting Our Store f atwday Will Be Presented With a Beautiful lou’bemr Free PtofUs The BENO LEVY CO. 241-243 Washington Street Cor. Market Street, Newark, N. J. f m WIFE UNO LAWYER DROVE HI FROM HOI Newark Fireman, Sued for Sep aration, Denies Slapping or Threaten'ng Spouse. [Special 10 the Newark Star.] TKEXTON, March 2.—Burton Lutes, j a member of Hook and Ladder No. 1, | of the Newark city fire department, has fled in the Court of Chance'y an answer to the proceedings brought against him for a divorce by his wife. Elizabeth Lutes. In his answer Mr. Lutes denies every charge of cruelty alleged against him by the wife in her petition. Mr. Lutes says that he was rnar ; tied in Newark July 18, 1990. and lived with his wife until March 17 of last year, when Mrs. Lutes left his home. He denies the allegation that on the evening of September 15, 1998, he came home under the influence of liquor and slapped his wife, "swearing at her and : calling her vile names.” He also denies the charge made by his wife that on the evening of Sep tember 15, 1998, he “pulled the table cloth from the dining table, hreaking most of the dishes and destroying most of the food that had been prepared for four persons.” Denlen Threal to Knock Head Off. , A like denial is made to the allega- , tion that on January 20, 1900. "he choked his wife and swore that tf she opened her mouth he wrould knock her heao off." Denial is also made to the allegation I that he abused his wife because a set ■ of undef&lothes was not washed, or , that he ever threatened to throw her , out of a window. Mr. Lutes denies the 1 allegation that on February 16, 1910. i when be car:c home about 9 o’clpek In 1 the morninj, and his wife was hum- | DR. HENRY E. ALLERS, WHO HAS BEEN APPOINTED AS <S«V njcpi;’ HOME MANAGES. mlng or uhiatllng a tune, he swore at her and said she should shut up that noise. The answer also denies that Mr. Lutes used the various curse words attributed to him during their quar rels. In discussing the circumstances un der which Mrs. Lutes left her husband the answer sets out that a lawyer •ailed upon the husband and told li n that Mrs. Lutes would not live with lim. He soys that the "peculiar ac tions and fault-finding” by his wife ‘made life unbearable for him, and she decided she would not live with him. md virtually drove him, with the aid >f her lawyer, from the home.” The hearing of the case is likely to \ >e held In chancery chambers In New- | irk at an early date. — BEGIN MASONIC ANNEX WORK. NEW YORK. March 2.—Work will ' >e begun here shortly on the $1,000,000 I innex to the Masonic Temple at Sixth .venue and Twenty-four'h street. Vho , nnex will he nineteen stories high, of t Ireproof construction, and the face | milt of tapestry brick, terra rotta and j ndlana limestone. Ten eievutorn will >e provided for 1'i.e tenants. ' CONGRESSMAN PARKER AND ; DR. ALLERS NAMED ON BOARD I Succeed Col. Wright and Marcus L. Ward at Snid ers’ Home. Dr. Henry E Allers. of Harriron, and Oongreeman R. Wayne Park r have been appointed by the Supreme Court on the board of rnana-ers of .1) New Jersey Home for Disabled Soldiers In Kearny. Notification to that elTeci was received by the doctor vest rday In a letter from Wl l.am Rlker, jr.; clerk of the Supieme Court at Trenton. The new apt olnt-es will succeed Mar cus L. Ward, of this city, and Colo.iei Edward Wright. . Dr. Allers has beer, in the National Guard o the State for twenty-live years and has held the r nk of major, being on the staff of Ttngad e.'-Gen ral Edward A. Campbell in the First Bri gade. Last week he accepted a posi tion on the ditisionnl staff of Major General Peter F Warser. which not only gives h'm the rank of lieutenant colonel, but makes him prueti a ly the chief surgeon of the State militia. The physician has lived a long t'me in Harrison and has practised ex tee sivelv In the West Hudson towns In this city, and Is wel'-known in H u son county, where he has for several years been deputv county physician. He is also a member of the Harriso t Board of Health and has been a mem ber of the Harrison Roard of Educa tion. His appointment will give to the board a member intimately familiar with mllitam- matters and the needs of the old so'dlprs. COLONEL RFIFF. GOULD OPPONENT, IS DEAD. NEW YORK. March 2—Colon*) Jostah C. Relff, a well-known figure In Wall Street, who twenty-five years ago waB one of the chief opponents of Jay Gould, is dead here at U.e iiomu of a relative. He was 74 y;«.rs old. and had been ill of pneumonic only a few- days. Mr. RelfT was a central figure in many campaigns waged against Jay Qould and his associates. He was tin intimate friend of J. Plerpont Mcr DOCTORS STILL PERSIST THAT ROBIN IS INSANE. Actually Believes Hinse’f Re* cpotigJb'e far His Thefts. NEW YORK, March 2.—Although Br nker Robin declared in court Yes terday that he is not and never has been insane, the alienists who examined him a fortnight ago find in thii turn of the rase only another proof that lie is a paranoiac. According to Dr Aus tin Flint, one of the alienists ivhi <x amined Robin, the man stoutly demed at ail their examinations from Decem ber 23 to February 25. that he u is in sane "Robin also said," continued Dr. Flint, "there was no motive 'or him to plead Insanity, and that conviction meant a short term ir prison, whlh fcqulttnl on the ground of insanity meant incarceration for life at Maitea wan. "It is consistent with the theory of Robin’s mental disorde- *h. t h.- should admit shanim'ne and plead guilty, t’-i” latter so as to assis. in expjsing the iniquities of those *'iv.i lie declares have been conspiring and working sainst hlin. 'o far as I am now informed, I see o reason to change my opinion that Robin is Insane and incapable of ad vising counsel as to fwis in bis -’use or intelligently assisting in his de fense.” WILL STUDY DREAMS AS MEANS OF DIAGNOSIS. f NEW YORK, March 2.—Dreams as a means of diagnosis arc to bo experi mented with extensively b., the noin bers if the new Psycho-An ytic So ciety, an organization of physicians and scientists, which has just been char tcred here The society’s e tperlnitnts will be based upon the theories of Dr. Freud, a Vienna specialist, who ftrat set forth a few years ago the value of the things wnkh a man dreams In de termining his condition. Hysteria, neurasthenia and other nerve diseases may often lie traced, it 1b asserted, by studying the patient’s sub-conscious mind in the dream state. ... ..._____ LEGAL NOTICES. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY. In the matter of the Elm Manuiacturing C<x, a bunk rut t. To the Honorable Judges of the United States District Court, for the District of New Jersey: At Newark, in said District, on this twenty fourth day of February, nineteen hundred and eleven, now Ralph v. Dick, president of said bankrupt oorpo.atlon. respect, u It represents to the Court, that after the officers of said bankrupt corporation bad been examined In nnnn court, ari hsd died c. schedule of vie property of said bankrupt and a list of its creditors, as required by law, said bankrupt cor; oration, by its officers, offered terms of composition to its creditors, wljch terms have been accepted by a majority in numbers of all creditors whose claims have been allowed, which number represents a majority In amount of such claims, mat the consideration to be paid by the said bankrupt to its creditors and the money necessary to pay all debts which na\* priority, and the costs of the proceed ings. amounting In all to the sum of four teen hundred and forty-four dollars and eigh teen cents, nos been paid to Edwin G. Adams, Referee tn Bankruptcy of all proceeding* of sail bankrupt corporation subject to the order of the court herein, and by him deposited in a designated depository of money in bankruptcy cases Wherefore the said bankrurt asks that said composition be con Armed by the Court. ELM MANUFACTURING ./MEANT. By R. C. DICK, President. State of New Jersey. County of Essex, es. I, Ralph C. Dick, do solemnly swear that I am acquainted with the contents of the tore going annexed petition, that same are true, except a-0 to those matter's therein stated uoon information and belief, and as to those mutter* I believe the same to be true. R. C. DICK. Sworn and subscribed to before use. at New aryk. New Jersey, this twenty ffith day of February, nineteen hundred and eleven. * % Lewis W. Merritt. [Notary seal] Nolan Public o' New »#*-«*< ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON. On »hiK twenty--ere nL* dav o . t. nary, A D ltll. on reading the foregoing pet‘t‘on. It i* ordered by the uonrt, that a hearing be had upon the same mi the twentieth day ot March, A. D. 1911. before said Court, at Trenton, in said District, at ten-thirty o’clock In the fore noon: and that notice thereot be published In the Newark Evening Star and Advertiser, a ^ newspaper printed in said District, and that all 1 known creditors and o'her persons in interest may appear at the said time and ?l»c<> and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioners *V>uld not be granted. And it \0 further ordered by the Court, that the Referee in Bankruptcy shall send by mall to all known creditors copies of raid petition N and this order, addressed to them at tneir places of residence as stated. 9 Witness the Honorable Joseph Croaa, Judge of the said Court, and the seal thereof, at Trenton, in bald District, on the twenty seventh day of February. A. D. 1911. GEORGE T. t ANMER, l Seal] Clerk, ^af *4 Per BENJAMIN F. HAVENS. Deputy. George E Clymer, Solicitor. A true copy: GEORGE T TUAN VEIL [Be*l] Tetk. Per BENJAMIN F. HAVENS, STAR WART ADS ARE TBS. BK3T