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Ilf OMIT BILLS
IFTTCTIIE CITY
Trade Board Favors Spending of
SI.000.000 in Improving
Streets.
IRVINGTON ANNEXATION
PLAN LOOKS GOOD
Would Abandon Morris Canal li
City Is Given Certain
t Rights.
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| SOME OF THE B5LLS W HICH 2
| BOARD OF TRADE INDORSES. +
K ?. - T
% To authorize Newark to spend j*
X *'1.000,090 in open ng and widening *
streets. +
S X To regulate the manufacture. X
J sale and transportat on of eX- X
X plosives within the State, with J
X severe penaltl.s attached. T
2 To permit New: rk 10 annex a. X
1 portion of Irvington. X
T To purchase land for a thirty- ^
3 one mile canal between he Dela
3 ware and Harltan li.cra. j
X To allow freeholders io eon- T
X struct connecting links in Inter- X
jg • + county thorouchfan s j
X To amend the Passaic valley T
I sewage act. e.,t. n-l.ig the tin e X
+ for purifying the Passaic river X
X from Deo mi er 31, lsl2, to De- X
X cember 31, 1914. +
X To appoint a State Are mar- T
X shal. whose duties it shall be to X
X make rules and regulations to X
s}:. X prevent Are disasters. T
X To permit the abandonment of ^
* the Morris canal, amended, how- X
jj ever to secure to Newaik cer- J
j tain rights and privileges. -r
The Newark Board of Trade at a
‘ ■ meeting lightly attended adopted the
report of Its legislative ccnitult
ifc, tec last night, eariying with it
at approval of the bill to abandon
the Morr's canal. Certain amendments
to the bill were suggested for the pur
X>ose of allowing the city to use the
abandoned water-highway as a thor
|. oughfare. if desired, from Summit to
■River streets, and to permit the run
ning of trolley cars below the surface,
if that also should be desired. Indorse
ment was g'ven to other pending bills
of vast tmportar.ee. and a number of
measures were frowned upon.
Tlie measures given ir. the summary
it. leading this story' were unanimously
Indorsed. Others which met with op
position were the following:
To regulate the salaries of employee*
of the lire department. This was op
jiosed on the ground that the fixing of
salar'es Is a duty which belongs to
municipal officials. The bill has passed
tlie House, and the board voted to
lodge a protest against it in the Senate
nnd with the governor.
Damage* in case of Death.
« To compel a jury to give a $5,000 ver
dict or more In suits lor damages where
c^enth was due to any wrongful a"t,
neglect or default of the defendant.
The board holds that such measures are
uncalled for, in view of the effort be
ing made P. sctire a suitable employers'
liability law.
.To compel manufacturers to screen
aill doors and windows of their fac
tories. This is characterized as "an
other attempt at Imposition upon
manufacturers and employers."
t To require county authorities to light
county roads In municipalities where
county Institutions are equipped with
electric plants. "An unreasonable pro
: Iiosal, which we unanimously disap
prove of,” Is the finding of the com
mittee.
To authorize boards of freeholders to
appoint five boiler inspectors to examine
boilers carrying twenty pounds or more
of steam to the square Inch. The com
mittee designates this as “class legis
lation, imposing burdens uncalled for
and unwarranted."
To make the salaries of secondary
firemen and stablemen in first-class
cities the same as those paid to en
gineers and stokers, who havts served
the same per'od of time.
To compel the recording of actual
considerations in real estate sales.
To require the advertising In a New
York engineering journal for bids for
road improvement.
Salaries for School Rnnrrfa.
The board asks that a vote be taken
for and against the proposal to place
members of school boards on a salary
basis. The committee urge? that this
vote he taken, although it mentions In
fbe report that the measure had failed
of passage in the House.
The following proposals to safeguard
the interests of Newark, should the
Morris canal be abandoned, the board
believes, should be enacted into law
Regarding Morris Canal.
"First—Th» right of Newark to use
the space between Broad street and
Mulberry street over the canal for
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{; This Home-Made Cough \ [
;| Syrup Will Surprise Yoa J |
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1 > Stop* Even Whooping Cook* " ‘
[ | Quickly. A Family Supply ' [
1 > at Small Coat. < >
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Here Is a home-made remedy that
takes hold of a cough instantly and
will usually cure the most stubborn
case In 24 hours. This roclpe makes
a pint—enough for a whole family.
You couldn't buy as much or as good
ready made ccugu syrup for $2.50.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar
with $4 pint of warm water, and stir
2 minutes. Put 2V4 ounces of Pinex
/fifty cents’ worth) in a pint bottle,
and add the Sugar S^rup. This keeps
perfectly and has a pleasant taste—
children like it. Braces up the appe
tite and is slightly laxative, which
helps end a cough.
You probably know the medical value
of pine in treating asthma, bronchitis
and other throat troubles, sore lungs,
etc. There 1* nothing bettor. Pinex Is
the most valuable concentrated com
pound of Morway white pine extract,
rich In guialcol and all the natural
baaltng pine elements. Other prepara
tions will not work in this formula.
The prompt results from this lnex
fienstve remedy have made friends for
t in thousands of homes In the United
States and Canada, which explains why
the plan has been Imitated often, but
never successfully.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this raclps. Your druggist him Pinex
or will get it for you If not send U
The Pinex Co. Ft. Wayne, lnd.
market or other public purposes de
sired by the city not Inconsistent with
the sub-surface use for trolleys;
“Second—The right to cover over the
canal from Mulberry street to River
street, so as to make u wide street ol
Canal street, so as not to lnterf, re with
tl.e sub-surface use for trolley pur
poses.
"Third—The right of the city to the
streets now occupied by the canal, from
River street to Freeman street, pro
vided rights to use the surface for trol
ley purposes are ri tained, such use for
trolley purposts to be In accordunce
with the condition of city ordinances
controlling and governing the operation
of trolleys.
"Fourth- -The opening of Lock airect
for Its full width between Warren
street and Central avenue.
“Fifth-The right to cover the canal
from Broad street to P'ane street and
the further right to maintain a high
way over that section nest of Pla te
str. et to Summit street, to provide for
Its use for street purroses not Incon
sistent with the use of the sub sur ace
or prrde for trolley Purposes
"If the above eord'tlons can be m°t
! your committee sirens!" rpcomm n is
j the approval of the abandonment of th
] canal.
"Submitted with the a-proval and
; indorsement of the commPtee.
“H. STACV "SMITH
“Chairman.”
WITTPFNN RFWARNS TWO
OF PERSONAL MACHINE.
[Special t* the Newark Star.]
JERSEY CITY, March s*.—Mayor
It lttperm Is today counted the victor
. in another small tight, the Board of
' Police Commissioners having lust n.ght
bowed to his wishes and auded two
captains to the police depottnunt. The
appointment of a third ranking officer
, was deferred.
Lieutenant Joseph Richards and De
tective-Sergeant Daniel Lee were the
two who earned off the honors Rhh
ards will command tne Seventh street
| station and Lee will be at the head of
I me dote, i.ve bureau.
| Other promotions made were; Round
| Sergeant Thomas Wolfe, to a lieuten
ancy; Patrolman Thomas Curry, to a
detective sergeabtey. and Pa.roim n
Peter Green and Jacob Hersche, to be
round sergeants All of the lucky men
are adherents of Mayor Wlttpenn and
their promotions are in the form of re
wards for services rend red by them In
the last September primary contest,
when the Mayor was a cand.date for
the Democratic nomination for Gov
ernor.
BOXING FORBIDDEN,
VAUDEVILLE GIVEN
Although the recent trouble at Har
rison. where a young prize fighter re
ceived Injuries which resulted In his
death, was the reason for the cancell
ing of an engagement with two young
boxers before the annual smoker of
the West End Club last night, the
members had nevertheless a splendid
time and greatly enjoyed a vaudeville
performance.
Aoout 260 members were present.
! The committee was composed of Otto
Kuhn. Carl Ma.ver, John Moehrlng and
Leslie McClellan.
I DEPICT FOREIGN MISSION
PROGRESS IN TABLEAUX.
i _
; Progress made during the past fifty
years In foreign mission fields was
depicted last night at the First Pres
; byterian Church by a series of tab
leaux and a pageant In which 100
women took part. A musical program
was also given, before an audience
which crowded the historic old church
to the dooi-3.
The women and girls, who partici
pated in the pageant wen* garbed In
the heathen dress of fifty years ago in
the various mission fields. A chorus
representing angels sang of redemption
and peace as the pageant reached the
etage. Scenes In Japan Turkey, India
and China were depicted by tableaux
and sketches. A brief sketch was also
given showing the foundation of the
mission movement In 1860 In the home
of Mrs. Ropes, of Brookline, Mass.
FINE FIREMAN FOR
STRIKING COMPANION.
Fireman Edwards, of No. 2 Truck
Company, was fined ten days pay for
having struck his companion. Fireman
Burke, by the Board of Fire Commis
sioners yesterday afternoon. Edwards
admitted striking the blow, but pleaded
that Burke had insulted him pre
viously.
James F. Reilly, of No. 3 Truck Com
pany, was charged with having failed
to respond to a midnight alarm on
February 11
CONFISCATES MACARONI.
TRENTON, March 9.—Seized by the
Federal authorities on the ground that
: they were Improperly stamped, twenty
nine cases of macaroni were orderel
: sold yesterday at Trenton by Judse
Rellstah. The goods, which had been
, shipped to Atlantic City, boro labels
; Indicating that they were made In
i Italy, when, as a matter of fact, they
l were manufactured In a Philadelphia
I macaroni factory.
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HIS UNLUCKY DAV.
Ermete Tlersanti, of 84 Crane street,
! is wondering what ill luck In going to
befall him today, following his splendid
I run of misfortune yesterday. Business
fell off In the morning, a gentleman
stole the thing that made his phono
graph talk In the afternoon, and a
lusty young blaze Inflicted 3600 damage
to his establishment at night.
HONOR PAST POTENTATE.
Salaam Temple, Mystic Shrlners,
honored Louis V. Aronson. Its recently
re tired Illustrious potentate, with a
i post potentate’s Jewel and a chest of
| silver at Krueger's Auditorium last
! night. Judge James McCarthy, of Jer
I sey City, made the presentation. A
! score of new members w< re Initiated
and the Arab pattol gave an exhibition
j drill during the evening.
LECTURE ON PANAMA.
An Illustrated lecture on “Panama—
i the Canal and the Country." was given
I at the Alexander Street School last
! night by Dr. Thomas E. Potterson, ol
| Brooklyn. Dr. Potterson Is a strong
advocate of canal fortification.
WANAQUE CLUB SMOKER.
One hundred and fifty members ol
the Wanaque Democratic Club will at
tend a theatre party at Waldmunn’s to
night, and a dinner afterwards at Ift
I land's.
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IIS FEET FROZEN
DYING IN HOVEL
; Father, Mountaineer, Is Jailed
as Child Is Rushed to
Hospital.
[Special to the Newark Siar.J
HACKGhtiACiv, March 9 — With both
1 feet so oudly frozen that they must be
amputated, should Ills strength warrant
Uie ueviutioti, W illie Jennings. It’ yens
o.U, iim ot a j^ainapu Hills mountain
eer, is today beiie,ed to be dying in the
itaeKeiisa-R Hospital as a result of ex
posure and starvation. The father,
• ho Had made h.s son sleep in the cold
gariet of the miserable novei lliey lived
in, und „ho, it is alleged, had fed the
, boy but tv, Ice a week ourmg the win
i ter, is lodged in the He.gn county jail,
'on a charge oi extreme cruelty,
j The child was rescued yesterday
! afternoon by Humane Agent Ernest
: Trulnor, of Bergen county The boy
' had already lost three loe? from one
foot and two from iheothir. as a result
of freezing. Doctors say that the re
maining five toes are ready to drop off.
Willie Jennings’s feet were frozen
during thr early winter, but the father
and the housekeeper, whom Jennings
rajs is his cousin, failed fo call a phy
sician. The exposure in the garret,
with ro fire In the house, was enough
to freeze th child to death. There
, were four other children in the shack,
all smaller than Willie. Agent Trainor
asked a neighbor to give the child a
piece of bread and It was devoured
ravenously. Dr. Henry Barlowe and
Dr. St. John closely ecumined the boy’s
feet and declared the ease one of the
worst thi y ever saw.
"Why. that boy would have starved
to death in a short time even if the
frozen feet did not cause his death.”
said Dr. Barlowe. "It was pitiful to
see that child devour the food the nurse
gavt him. Th, gangrene has extended
so far. as the result of the frozen toes,
that the lad will be lucky if both legs
do not have to be amputated eventu
ally. As it is we believe both feet
will have to be amputated in a day or
so. The child must receive some nutri
tion before the operation. The re
maining five ti es are ready to drop
off "
Stops
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SHERIFF’S SAI.139.
{Chancery A—478.)
SHERIFF S SAIiK-In Chancery of New Jar
ney. Between Bigelow Building 'and Loan
Association, complainant, and Mortgage and
Loan Company, et ale., defendants. Fi. fa., j
for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, fo me directed, I shall expose for sale i
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New ,
ark, on Tuesday, the eleventh day of April |
next, at two o'clock p. m., all that tract or .
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
l>eing in the City of Newark. Essex County, I
New Jersey:
Beginning at n point on the southerly line of !
Weequahlo avenu* distant four hundred and j
Ixty-bix feet and twelve oi.e-iuuidredths of a I
foot easterly from the easterly line of Hedden !
• tract: tbenoe running southerly at right angles |
10 Woequahb uv**nu<® one hundred and four j
feet and seventy-hundredths of a foot to the j1'
'••■ir line of lots fronting on Pomona avenue; j*
thouee easterly along the rear line of lota
ronting on Pomona avenue fifty feet, said |
jur.se being nlong the northerly line of lots
Nos. 228 and 2-' on map of Clinton Park Fouth,
Newark, N. J.. made by George H. Gardner,
Surveyor. May US. 190'.*: thence northerly ar
right angles Weequahic avenue one hundred
and five feet and twenty-one one-hundredthe
■•f a foot to the said southerly line of WVe
quahie avenue, and thence westerly along
the same fifty feet to the point and place of I
beginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to Lisboa j
Construction Company by Bernard Budish, by
deed bearing oven elute herewith, and not yet
recorded.
Newark. N. J.. March C, 191L
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Nathan Kussy, Solicitor. ($17.22)
[Circuit A—695.)
SHERIFF s BALK—Essex County Circuit
Court. William A. Charger and Charles A.
MUlth, partners, Ac., plaintiffs, vs. Clarence
l» Sire, builder and owner. Fi. fa., on lien.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
fa ins. to me directed, I shall expose for pale
by public vendue, at the Court House. In New- j
nrk. on Tuesday, the eleventh day of April
next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that tract or
,.u» l of Ian-1 and premises with the building •
erected on the property situate, lying and being 1
1 i the City of Newark. Essex County, New |
Jersey:
Beginning on the pas' side of Broad street j
‘wo hundred and sixty-four feet and four j
in* i'c.s south from the southerly corner of Abroad j
"ltd Bridge streets, and at tiie corner of land !
formerly belonging to estate of Jacob Allen, •
de■-■eufcTd; from thence running along said land j
north eighty-one degrees thirty minutes east, •
' :ore or b«:s. to the west side of Atlantic street; 1
Hi. ,.cc running along sa... west vide of Atlantic i
street north thirty-six feet ten inches to land !
of John Gregg; thence tunning along said land
• ' said Gregg south eighty-one degrees thirty
minutes north two hundred and thirty-five feet,
• •re or loss, to tho east line of Broad street;
t!i-nee running along said cast iino of Broad
*■’■'•et south eight degrees fifteen minutes ea«T
thirty-Hlx feet and ten Inches to the place of
beginning.
Newark. N. J.. March 0. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff,
.lames T. Ackerman, Attorney. ($14.70)
[Circuit A—882.) ,
SHERIFF’S ffALB—Essex County Circuit !
Court. Elias Berio, plaintiff, vs. Isaac i
Zelman, builder and owner, defendant. Spe- •
ciiil fi. fa., on Hen.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for eale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of I
March next, st two o’clock p. rn.. all that -
i.aet or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being In the City of Newark, Essex I
County, New Jersey:
Tho said building® are three new two-story '
and basement brick dwv-lllng houses adjoining !
each other, with a cellar under each of Hajd i
buildings and erected on a lot of land or I
curtilage and described as follows:
Beginning at u point on the westerly line of !
Milrord avenue distant one hundred feet north- '
crly from the northwesterly comer of Bigelow’ I
! street and Milford avenue; running thence j
northerly nlong said Westerly Hne of MHfori |
nvenue fifty feet; thence westerly at right .
angles to Milford avenue one hundred and
thirty-two feet und three-quarters of an inch to l
the middle line of the block between Milford
and Johnson avenues; thence southerly a ong
said middle line and parallel with Milford
, avenue fifty feet, and thence easterly at right
.ngles to Milford avenue one hundred and
thirty-two f»et and three-quarters of au inch
to the westerly Hne of Milford avenue at the
point of beginning.
Being part of the same tracts of land and
premises conveyed to said Isaac Zelman by
1 liar lea Howard Booraem and wife, by deed,
dated November 27. 1909, recorded in book
A-40 of deeds for Essex Founty. New Jersey. -
on pages 622, Ac. , i
Newark, N. J., F^hruary 20, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff. i
Frederick A. Borcherling, Attorney. ($18.06)
fChancery A—467.)
SHERIFF? SALE—In Chancery of New Jer- 1
vey. Between Elinor W. Squler, et al, com- !
- plain ants, and David Angerman, et al., defend- 1
nr.tn. Fi. fo., for sale of mortgaged premisep. !
By virtue of tho above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, 1 shall expose for eale I
by public vendue, at tho Court House, in New
tek. on Tuesday, the lourteenth day of March *
; next, at two o'clock p. m., all that tract or
1 parcel of land and premlees situate, lying and
j being in the City of Newark, Eae«x Countv,
New Jersey:
Beginning on ihe north side of South street
at a roint distant one hundred and twenty feet
easterly from Broad street (formerly South
Broad street), and from thence running north
erly along the lino of one Colton one hundred
feet; thence easterly parallel with South street
twenty-nine feet: thence southerly and paralell
with the first course one hundred feet to Efouth
street; thence westerly alon- South street
twenty-nine feet to the place of beginning.
Newark, N. J., February 6. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
‘ P Northrop. Solicitor*. (810.98> i
A QUESTION OF SALARY.
When tlie finance committee of the
Board of Freeholders meets this after
noon one of the questions it will take
up will be whether o'r not William J.
Kearns should he paid a salary, dating
from Nov, mber, 1908, for his services
as legal adviser to the sheriff. The
matter was laid over yesterday upon
the receipt of an opinion by County
Counsel Martin that the board was
not authorized by law to pay for coun
sel to the sheriff. The board may
pay a salary to an assistant to the
sheriff, however, hut it is doubted If
Mr. Kearns could be classed under
that head. Sheriff Harrigan appeared
before the committee yesterday to ad
j vocate the proposal.
I
SHrcniFF** SALKS.
[Chancery A--480.]
SHERIFF'S SALE— In Chancer? of New Jer
sey. Between The Weequahle Building and
i>oan Association. complainant, and Herman
denge, et ale., defendants. FI. fa., for aale of
nort gaged premises. 1
By virtue of the above etated writ of fieri
'aclas, to me directed, I shall expose for ealo
tj public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the eleventh day of April
next, at two o’clock p. m., all that tract or
Jarcel of land and premises situate, lying and
:>eing In the City of Newark, Essex County, j
Mew Jersey:
Beginning at a point In the westerly line of
Ttmterdon street therein distant southerly two
lundrcd and sixty-five feet from the southerly
Ine of I«ehlgh avenue an the same ere laid
lotvn on the map of the property of the \»ee
(tiahlc Park I^and and Improvement Company. •
•urveyed in 1904 by George H. Gardner. ffur
oyor, which beginning point in also the south
easterly comer of lot No. 781 on said map:
hence running southerly along the said west
srly line of Hunterdon .street thirty-three feet
u the northeasterly comer of lot No. 783 en
•aid map; thence running westerly along the ■
lortherly line of raid lot No. 783 and at right
ingle* to Hunterdon street one hundred feet to
the easterly line of lot No. 727 on said map;
hence running northerly along the easterly
Ines of lots Noe. 727 and 72S and parallel with
ilunterdon street thirty-three feet to the south
westerly comer of lot No. 781 on said map, and
:hence running easterly along the southerly
Ine of said lot No. 781 and at right angles to
Hunterdon street one hundred feet to Hunter
ion street and place of beginning.
Being lot No. 782 on map of property of
the Weequahle Park Land and Improvement
Company, situated In u»e said City of Newark,
is surveyed by George H. Gardner. Being the
same premises conveyed to the aald Herman j
Menge, by deed bearing even date herewith. |
Newark. j\. J., March 6, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, .Sheriff.
E. C ft U F. George, Solicitors. ($19.74)
(Chancery A—488.)
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer- i
sey—Between The Annexed District Building
and Loan Association, etc., complainant, and
Waverlv Improvement Company and others,
defendants. FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged
premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
faciar. to me directed, I shall expose, for sale
ay public vendue, at the Court House. In New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-first day of
March next, at 3 o’clock p. m., all that tract
:>r parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the city of Newark, Essex
bounty. New Jersey.
Beginning in the northerly line of Weequahle
ivenue at a point therein distant four hundred
and twelve feet and fifty one-hundredths of a
foot easterly from the easterly line of Hedden
street as said avenue and street are laid out
»n a map entitled "Map of Clinton Park South
rrartfi, situated In the city of Newark. N. ,T.
thence north forty-elx degrees twenty-seven
minutes east ninety-nine feet and forty-six j
one-hundredths of a foot to the rear lino of
lots fronting on Lyons avenue; thence In a
southeasterly direction along said rear line and
nearly parallel with Weequahle avenue thirty
seven feet and fifty one-hundredths of a foot;
thence south forty-six degrees twenty-seven
minutes west ninety-eight feet and nlnety-ntne
one-hundredths of a. foot to aald northerly line
of Weequahle avenue; and thence along the
aame north forty-six degrees forty minutes
west thirty-seven feet and fifty one-hundredths
of a foot to the place of beginning.
Being lot No. 272 and the easterly half of lot
No. 271 on aald map.
Newark, N. J.. February 18. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Lehlbach A Johnson. Sol’re. ($17.22)
[Circuit A—624.1
SHERIFF’S SALK—Essex county Common
Pleas Court. Thatcher Furnace Company,
plaintiff, ve. George M. Williamson, defendant.
Fl. fa.
By virtue of the a > stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark. on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of March
next, ar two o’clock p. m.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being In the Township of Belltvllle, Ebbcx
County, New Jersey:
Beginning in the westerly line of Union
avenue at a point therein distant northerly two
hundred and fifty feet eleven inches from the
northwesterly corner of John street and Union
avenue; thence westerly at right angles to
Union avenue one hundred and forty-seven
feet one Inch; thence northerly sixty feet;
thence easterly at right angles to Union avenue
one hundred and forty-six feet ten and one-half
Inches to the westerly line of Union avenue;
thence southerly sixty feet to the point and
place of beginning.
Newark, N. J., February 6, -ill.
WILLIAM HA. t RIG AN, Sheriff.
Roland D. «>oeJier, Attorney. ($11.76)
[Chancery A—471.]
SHERIFF’S RALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between Herman Marx, complainant,
and Frank A. Manley, et aK. defendants. Ft
fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I sha’l expose for eale
by public vendue, at the Court Rouse. In New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of
March next, at two o'clock p. m., all that
tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being In the City of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey:
Beginning In the northerly ltne of Tlchenor
street at a point four hundred and fifty feet
from the corner of the same and New Jersey
Railroad avenue; from thence running along
the northerly line of said Tlchenor ntreet south
sixty degrees east thirty feet; thence north
thirty degrees east one hundred feet: thence
north sixty degrees west thirty feet, and thence
south thirty degrees west one hundred feet to
the place of beginning, f
Newark. N. J , February 20, MIL
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Jacob L. Newman, Solicitor. ($10 92)
(Chancery A—461.)
SHERIFF’S RALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey—Between the Hill Building and Loan
Association of the City of Newark, complain
ant. and Katherine Blum et ale., defendants.
FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale !
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New- j
ark, on Tuesday, the twenty-first day of
March next, at 2 o’clock p. m.. all that tract |
or parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the city of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey.
Beginning at southeast comer of Holland
street and Gold street; thence easterly along
Gold wtreet one hundred feet; thence southerly
parallel with Holland street one hundred feet;
thence westerly parallel with Gold street one
hundred feet to Holland street; thence north
erly along same one hundred feet to beginning.
Being a part of the same premises devised to
the said Katherine Blum. Mina Blum and
Ottills Blum in and by the last will and testa
ment of their father. William Blum, deceased,
which will Is recorded in book N. 2,-273.
Newark, N. J.. February 13. 191L
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
1 Lowy, Iowwneteln A Leber, 8oTr». (fUtlS
, ^ . *•- ^ , , +
I
SHERIFF'S flAUCB. __ ^
_ [Chancery 466.J
SHERIFF*'8 SALE—In Chancery of New
My. Between Milton Blerman, complainant,
and Luigi De Rogatie, et ala., defendant*. Fb
fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of Bert
facias* to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark, on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of Msrca
next, at two o’clock p. m., all
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark. Essex County,
New Jersey. _ . - .j.
Beginning on the easterly side of ('arT.T
street at a point distant one hundred ieev
southerly from the southeasterly corner of
Garold* street and Sixth avenue: thence running
southerly along Gamble street twenty-five feet,
then- * easterly and parallel with Sixth
one hundred feet to the rear line of lot 231 on ,
map hereinafter mentioned; thence northeri ,
along said rear line of i«r number 2M ana j
parallel to Oarslde street twenty-five feet to ,
the roar line of lot number 249 on said map,
thence westerly along said rear line of said lot
and other lota fronting on Sixth avenue one
hundred feet to the place of beginning.
Being known and designated as lot no>. <w
ou map of property belonging to the estate oi
John Garslde, deceased, surveyed August, liwj,
by Lehlbach and Witzel, being the same
premises conveyed to the said Luigi I>e Rogaoe
by Ursula Orobert (widow) by deed dated
May 19th, !902, and recorded in book 01
deeds for Essex County, on pages 400, Ac.
Newark. N. J.. February «. Mil. _
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sherift.
James R. Nugent. Solicitor. - I
(Chancery A—464.)
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New- Jar
sey—Between John Waite et al., complain- ,
ants, end Davis Bender et ala . defendants.
Fl. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of nen I
facias, to rne directed, I shall expose for sale
by puhlio vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-first day or
March next, at 2 o'clock p. m., all that
nr parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the Town of Irvington, or for
merly Township of Clinton, Essex County,
New Jersey:
Beginning in the southeasterly line of Twen- j
ty-second street at a point therein distant two
hundred and forty-four and ten-hundredtha
feet northeasterly from the intersection of tne
said line of Twenty-second street with the
lortheasterly line of Alpine street as the fame
ire Is id out on a map of property of the Has*
sinl Tract In Clinton Township. Essex County, ;
Now Jersey, dated May 27, 1891. made by
David Young, Surveyor; thence running along
the line of Twenty-second street north forty
fwo degrees one minute east twenty-five feet;
thence (2) south forty-seven degrees fifty-nine
-nlnutes east one hundred and ten feet. thence j
(3) south forty-two de ees one minute west
twenty-five feet; thence <4) running north
forty-seven degrees fifty-nine minutes west
:»ne hundred and ten feet to the place of be
ginning. #
Being the northeasterly half of the premies*
conveyed to said Davis Bender by Joseph
Mason o.nd Jane Mason, his wllfe, by deed,
searing date March 27, J909, und recorded April |
I, 1909, in book V-44 of deeds for Essex County,
jn pages 462, etc.
Newark, N. J., February 18, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
W. C. & E. Headley, Sol'rs. ($16.80)
[Circuit A—602 J
..lERIFF'S 8ALE—Essex County Circuit
Court. Stapleton National Bank (a corpora
tion), plaintiff, vs. Isaac Lehman, doing busl
iess ns The J. Lehman Co., defendant. Fi. to.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
'aclas, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
>y public vendue, at the Court House, in New- \
irk, on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of March
lext, at two o’clock p. m., all those tracts or
parcels of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark and City of Or- !
inge, Essex County, New Jer: y, all that cer
tain tract or parcel of land and premises
lereinafter particularly described situate, lying
md being in the City of Newark, in the County j
>f Essex and State of New Jersey:
Beginning on the westerly side of Washing
on avenue at a point therein distant one hun- ;
Ired and forty-nine feet and one and one-half I
nches, more or less, from the southwesterly ,
corner of the same and Halleck street, and I
unning thence (1) westerly parallel with said
[ialleck street ninety-one feet and nine Inches;
[hence (3) southwesterly and nearly parallel
ivith said westerly side of Washington avenue
Ifty feet; thence (3) easterly parallel with
>ald first mentioned rse nin* y-seven feet
md one inch to said westerly line of Washing
ton avenue, and thence (4) northerly along
iald westerly line of Washington avenue forty
ilne feet and eighty and one-half Inches, mors
)r less*, to the beginning.
City of Orange:—
Beginning in the southerly line of Ward street
it a point distant two hundred and eighty-nine
md forty-five hundredths feet northwesterly
from southerly corner of Ward and Hillyer
streets; thence in a southerly direction niong
and of Iloratio Allen south forty-two degrees
:h!rty-nlne minutes west ninety-six and fifty
fix hundredths feet to land of Isaac Lehman;
[hence along the line of said I^ehman's land
md land of Charles D. Phelps north forty-five
degrees thirty-six mlkiu >s west fifty and two- 1
'.undredths feet to land of Horatio Allen; j
hence along the line of said land north forty- I
:wo degrees thirty-nine minutes east ninety- j
Ive and four-hundredths feet to southerly line
>f Ward street; thence along southerly line of
Ward street north forty-seven degrees twenty
one minutes east fifty feet to point of begin
ning.
Newark, N. J., February fl, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
«3eorge P. Rust, Attorney. (121.10)
[Circuit A—456.)
SHERIFFS PALE—Essex County Common
Pleas Courts Edward C. Partington, et a).,
partners, &>■.. plaintiffs, vs. Edward F. G.
Gordon, defendant. Fl. fa.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
faclar. to me directed, I shall expose for eale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of March
next, at two o’clock p. m., all those tracts or
parcels of land end premises situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark. 0*sex County.
New Jersey:
First tract—Beginning at the intersectior
of the northerly line of Marshall street with
the easterly line of Washington street; thence
fl) running easterly along said line of Mai shall
street seventy feet; thence (2) north twenty
nine degrees fifteen minutes east sixty-three
feet seven inches to the line of lot No. 2 on
map of estate of Henry W. Nichols, deceased;
thence (3) westerly along the southerly line of
said lot sixty-nine feet to said line of Wash
ington street; thence (4) southerly along said
line of Washington street sixty-six feet four
inches to said line of Marshall street and place
of beginning
Second tract—Beginning at a point in the
northerly line of Marshall street distant seventy
feet easterly from the intersection of said line
of Marshall street with the easterly line of
Washington street and at the easterly line of
lot No. 3 on the map of property of the estate
of Henry Nichols and annexed to his will, os
recorded In the office of the Surrogate of snt.l
County of Essex; thence (1) running easterly*
along said line of Marshall street fifty-one feet
ten inches to the easterly line of lot No. 6 on
said map; thence (2) northerly along the east
erly line of said lot No. 5 sixty-one feet six
inches to the southerly line of let No. 10 on
the aforesaid map; thence (3) northerly along
the southerly line of said lot No. 10 and lot
No. 2 on said map fifty-one feet ten Inches to
said lin** of said lot No. 3 on the aforesaid
map; thence (4) southerly along tho easterly
line of said lot No. 3 south twenty-nine degrees
fifteen minutes west sixty-three feet seven
inches to said line of Marshall 6treet and place
of beginning.
Newark, N. J., February fl, 1911.
WTLLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Edward L Davis. Attorney. ($22.26)
(Chancery A—462.)
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of Now Jer
sey—Between The Annexed District Building
and Loan Assn., etc., complainant, and Wll
lette and Lawless Lumber Co. and others, de
fendants. Fl. fa., for sale of mortgag'd
premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by pul lie vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-first day of
March next, at 2 o’clock p. m., all that tract
or parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the city of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey.
Begirnlng In the northerly line of Weequahlc
avenue at a point therein distant three hun
dred and seventy-five feet easterly from the
easterly line of Hedden street, as said avenue
and street are laid out on a map entitled "Map
of Clinton Park South Tract, situated in the
city of Newark, N. J.; thence north forty-six
degrees tw*enty-ueven minutes east ninety-nine
foet and ninety-four one-hundredths of a foot
to the rear line of lots fronting on Lyons
avenue; thence In a sontheasterly direction
along said rear line and nearly parallel with
Weequahlc avenue thirty-seven feet and fifty
one-hundredths of a font; thence south forty
six degrees twenty-seven minutes west ninety
nine feet and forty-six one-hundredths of u
foot to said northerly line of Weequahlc ave
nue, and thence along the same north forty
six degrees forty minutes west thirty-seven
feet and fifty one-hundredths of a foot to the
place of beginning.
Being lot No. 270 and the westerly half of
lot No. 271 on said map.
Newark, N. J., February* 13, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Lehlbach & Johnson. Sol’ra. ($16.38)
[Chancery A—460.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between Fairchild Baldwin Co., com
plainant. and Mary E. Cogan. et nls., defend
ants Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
fuclan. to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public ven-lue, at the Court House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, ti^e fourteenth day of March
next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that tract or
pan el of land and premises situate, lying and
being In the City of East Orange, Essex
County. New Jersey:
Beginning in the westerly line of the East
Orange Parkway, at a point therein distant
three hundred and eighty-two eet and ninety
six hundredths of a foot northerly from the
northerly line of William street; running
thence north twenty-nine degrees one minute
east along said parkw .y twenty-nine feet and
eighty-three hundredths of a foot; thence north
fifty-three degrees fifty-two minutes west one
hundred feet; t.*enoe south twenty-nine Je
grees one minute west twenty-nine feet and
elgbty-three hundredths of a foot. Hnd thence
south fifty-three degrees fifty-two minutes ea t
one hundred feet to the place or l*egluntng.
Subject to first mortgage of $4,200.00, with
Interest and taxes for 1910 for $94.02.
Newark. N. J.. February 6, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Charles A. Woodruff. Solicitor. ($13.44)
SHERIFF’S SALIM.
rChsnowF A-470.1
SHDRIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of NSW Jar
aaj Between Andrew ltadel. et aJa.. com
plalnanta, and Sadie B. Lane, et ale,, defend
ent* Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged premfsoc
By virtu# of tlie above atated writ of fieri
facial, to me directed, I ahall expose tor eal*
})v public vendue, at the Court Hou#e. in New
ark on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of
March next at two o'clock p. m., all that
tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the City of Newark, Ernes
County, New Jersey:
Beginning at a point In the northerly line of
RenTler avenue therein distant soven hundred
fee 1 easterly from the easterly line of Hunter
don street as the same are laid down on th#
map of property of the Weequahle Park L*ind
and Improvement Company, surveyed in 1904,
by George H. Gardner, Purveyor, which be
ginning point Is also the southeasterly corner
of lot No. 19 on eald map; thence running
along the easterly line of said lot No. 19 on#
hundred and two feet and twenty-three hun
dredths feet to th«* northerly line of property
of the said Weequahle Park Ln.nd and Improv#
ment Company; thence running easterly along
the an me fifty feet, to the northwesterly corner
of lot No. 17 on said map; thenc# running
southerly along the westerly line of eald lot
No. 17 one hundred and one feet and ninety*
seven hundredth# feet to the Bald northerly
line of Renner avenue; thence running west
erly along the said northerly line of Renn#f
avenue fifty feet to the place of beginning.
Being lot No. 18 on said map and being th#
same premises conveyed to the s#Jd Sadie 3
Lane by the Model Realty and Conitructiog
Company by deed, dated October 8th, 190^
recorded In book A-41 of d#ed# for fOee##
County, on page# 198.
Xewaric, N. J., February 20. I9U.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff
John J. Lynn, Solicitor. ($12.41)
rChan eery A—471.)
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery’ #f Now JoW
sey. Between Elma C. Mennen, ootnpla!**
ant. and Walter E. Isetta, et ux., #t ala.. d#»
fend ants. FI. fa., for sale of mortgage*
premises.
By virtue of the above #tated writ of fled
facias, to me directed, I shall expo## tor sal#
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark. on Tuesday, the fourth day of April next,
at two o'clock p. m., all that tract or paroel
of land and premises sltuat#, lyliyr and being
In the City of Newark, G^sex County, .New
Jersey:
Beginning In the northerly line of Central
avenue at a point therein dlatant twenty-flv#
feet easterly from the northeaaterly comer of
Central aveuue and Halsey street; thenoe run
ning easterly along the northerly line of Central
avenue twenty-five feet; thence in a northerly
direction parallel with Halsey street one hun
dred feet, more or less, to the southeasterly
corner of lands heretofore conveyed by Joh®
H. Kase and wife to *»John H. Ballantlno:
thence In a westerly direction along said Bal
lanttne's line twenty-five feet, more or leaa, to
lands now or late of Anna A. Towle, and
thence southerly along said Towle'a line on#
hundred feet, more or less, to Central avenue
and the place of beginning.
Newark. N. J., February 27, lfll.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff
Frederick T. Hey, Solicitor. ($18,081
[Circuit A—592.)
SHERIFF’S SALE—Essex Gammon Plea#
Court. N. Frank O'Reilly, plaintiff, v#.
Elmira Michaux, defendant. Fi. fa.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. 1 sha’I expose for sal#
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark, on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m., all that
tract or parcel of land and premleea situate,
lying and being In the City of Newark, Eesex
County, New Jersey:
Beginning at a point in the westerly lino of
St Paul avenue (formerly Madison avenue)
distant therein southerly three hundred and
eighty and fifty-four hundredths feet from the
Intersection of said line of said avenue with th#
southerly line of South Orange avenue as
shown on a map of 862 lots belonging to th#
U. E. Associates at Hazelwood Park In the
Borough of Vallsburg, Essex County, New
Jersey, surveyed by Eugene A. McMurray. C
E.. July. 1816; thence running (1) southerly
along the westerly line of St. Paul avenue
thlrtv feet; thtnee (2) westerly at right angle#
to at. Paul avenue one hundred feet; thenc#
(8) northerly parallel with 8t. Paul avenu#
thirty feet, and thenoe (4) easterly at right
angles to St. Paul avenue one hundred feet to
St. Paul avenue and the place of beginning
Being the southerly two feet of lot No. 924. all
of lot No 326, and the northerly thr.ee feet of
lot No. 326 on the aforesaid map.
Being the same premise# conveyed to Elmira
Michaux by Wllhelmina Stelnbrenner, widow
by deed, dated October 8, 1907, and recorder!
In the Essex County Register's office. In book
0-43 of deeds for said county, on page 46.
Newark, N. J . February 20, 191L
WILLIAM HAJUUOAN. Sheriff
Henry Hahn, Attorney. ($17,221
[Chancery A 418.)
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of N#w Jar
aey. Between Otto T. Vogeler, complainant,
and William Glikin, et at. defendants. FS. fa .
for sale of mortgaged premleea
By virtue of the above stat#d writ of fieri
faclaa, to me directed. I ahall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court Houa* In New
ark. on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of |£arcbt
next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premleea situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark. Essex County,
New Jersey.
Beginning In the westerly lln# ot Prlno*
street at a point diet# t therein on# hundred
feet southerly from the line of South* Orange
avenue, and running thence along Prlno#. street
south twenty-two degrees thirty minute* west
thirty-three feef: thence north sixty-seven de
grees thirty minutes west ninety-one fe#t four
Inches; thence north twenty-two degrees thirty
minutes east twenty-four feet; thence south
seventy-three degrees east thirteen feet to th#
southwesterly corner of lot numbered ninety
eight on a map hereinafter mentioned; thenc#
northerly along the line of e d lot five feet;
thence easterly about eighty feet to Princ# -
street and the place of beginning. Being lot
numbered one hundred and twenty-eight tnl
parts of lots numbered ninety-six, ninety-seven
and nlnety-elgnt on a map of land, conveyed
by William Rankin to Israel D. Condlt and
others.
The above described property will be eold
subpect to the following taxes, $899.25* and
ussesnment9. $113.80.
Newark, N. J.. February 8, 181L
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Paul P. Glifianner, Solicitor. ($18.88)
TChancery A—469.)
SILER IFF* S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer*
sey. Between Thomas McLaughlin, exr., &c ,
complainant, and John Murphv, et ux., et als..
defendants. FI. fa., for safe of mortgaged
premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I ehaW expose for sale
by public vendue, at the court House. In New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-eighth day of
March next, at two o'clock p. m., all that
tract or parcel of land ar.d premises situate,
lying and being In the City of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey;
Beginning hi the northwest corner of Tic henof
and Hermon streets; thence running along
Hermon street one hundred feet to a lot now
or lately owned by David B. Lum; thence
along his line twenty-five feet to o lot now of
lately owned bj Elizabeth Castles; thence n.lonff
her line one hundred feet to Tlchenor street:
thence running along the same twenty-five feet,
to the place of beginning.
Being designated as lot number 98 on a map
filed by Isaac Nicholas and others, commission*
ere. In Essex County Clerk's office and know*
as the Vinson map.
Newark, N. J.. February 20. 191L
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Jacob L. Newman, Solicitor. ($12,669
[Chancery A—467.)
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between The Builders Building an*
T/oan Association of Newark, N. J.. and Mar?
M. ands. et als.. defendants. FI. fa., for
sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sal*
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New*
ar.c, on Tuesday, the twenty-first day of Maroh
next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that tract eg
parcel of land and premises situate, lying an<2
being In the Township of Belleville, Hsee*
county, New Jersey:
Beginning in the northeast corner of Wash
ington avenue and Cleveland atreet as laid out
on a map of lota of Belleville, N. J
belonging to Edward Q. Keasbev and Cortlandt
Van Rensselaer, made by David Young, Sur
veyor, May 26, 1890, and revised November*
1896; thence running northerly along the east
erly line of Washington avenue fifty feet;
thenc# easterly at right angles to Washington
avenue one hundred feet; thence southerly
parallel with Washington avenue forty-five feet
and ninety-six one-hundiv s feet, more off
less, to the northerly line >t Cleveland street;
thence westerly along the same one hundred
feet and eight one-hundredtha of a foot to th*
place of beginr!1ng.
Newark, N. J.. February 13. 1911
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
August W. Roslnger. Solicitor. ($13.S6)
[Chanoery A—466. (
SHERIFF'S 8ALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between Mary C. Allen, individually
and as executrix, &c., complainant, and John
| II. Bader and others, defendant#. FI. to., tor
sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark, on Tuesday, the fourteenth day of March
' next, at two o'clock p. m., all that tract or
parcel of land and pro rises situate, lying and
being In the City of Newark, Essex County
! New Jersey:
Beginning on the southerly side of Beverly
street (formerly avenue) at n point therein
distant three aunored and elghtv-aeven feet
and fifteen one-hundredths of a foot wester!'
from the westerly line of Fabyan place said
point being also distant easterly two hundred
and seven feet and twenty-eight one-hundredthe
of a foot from Mrs. Taylor’s fine; thence
running along the said line of Beverly street
north forty-nine degrees two minutes we*t
twenty-five feet; thence running south fortv
one degrees twenty-hve minutes west one hun
dred feet; thence south forty-nine degrees tw.>
minutes east twenty-five feet; thence rerth
forty-one degrees twenty-ffvo minute# east one
hundred feet to the said southerly line or
Beverly street and the place of beginnlnc
Being known as No. 76 Beverly street
nelug part of the premises conveyed to the
said George H. Nugent and Jennie Nugent, hi#
wife, by Charles A. Morel, bv deed dated
June 28th. 1905, and recorded in book U-38 of
deeds for said county, on pages 638-540.
Newark, N. J.. February 6, r»U.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff
Pitney, Hardin A Skinner, kopr#. r$16
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