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XT c Tosh'S * ry yk/'f'Koy o/kcctot^ COKd&JWtVTOKS STOCK CO K7’TS(S K&’iVKKK Greszc/? j&'j&gff co(y/e.r ABORN COMPANY : TO CUE "LITTLE JOHNNYJONES” George M. Cohan’s Original Hit Coming to the Olympic Park Theatre. “THE GREAT DIVIDE” TO BE THE NEWARK’S OFFERING “Jim” Will Hold Forth at Proc* tor’s and Big Bills at Other Houses. A COMPLETE change of cast will be made at Olympic Park next Monday night, when George M. Cohan's former success, "Little Johnny Jones," will be given for the first time. The Aborn Opera Company has pre sented almost every form of light opera and musical comedy during its many successful seasons here, but this will be the first time a production of a George M. Cohan piece has been attempted. In fact, none of this versatile writer's works has been seen in Newark at popular prices. A particularly capable cast, Including several of those who supported Mr. Cohan in the original performances of "Little Johnny Jones," will appear next week, including Rob ert Lett, Olga Van Hatzfeldt. Chad Huebncr (a Newark player), Frank Rurbeck, William R. Forrester, Flor ence Morrison, E. Colt Albertson, Frank Garfield, Harry A. Pearson, Ada Gifford, May Ne*man and others. "Little Johnny Jones" was the first play in which Mr. Cohan made his con quest of New York, establishing the now popular Cohan vogue, and, inei lentally, the Cohan fortune, from which thirty or more plays and musical come dies have been staged and the beauti ful George M. Cohan Theatre, at Broad way and Forty-third street, erected. It Is In three acts, with scenes in the Hotel Cecil, in London; the Southamp ton dock and Chinatown, San Fran cisco. The story centres about an American jockey named Johnny Jones, who is affianced to a California heiress Many of Mr. Cohan’s best-known song hits are included in this piece, principally “Give My Regards to Broadway," "Life’s a Funny Proposi tion, After All." "A Girl I Know," “Mile. Fanchette," "Off to the Derby," “The Captain of a Ten-Day Boat,” "They’re All My Friends," “So Long Sing Song" and others that have served to hum and whistle Mr. Cohan into public favor as a song-writer. "Little Johnny Jones” will be pre sented ten times during next week, with an afternoon performance Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2:15. Tickets mny be secured in ad vance at the Firemen’s Pharmacy, Broad and Market streets, every "-eek day and Sunday. The weekly change of free vaudeville at Olympic Park will be made tomor row afternoon, when DeCamp's dogs. Reno and Smith, acrobats, and George Holden's "Mysterious Incubator” will be Offered every afternoon at 3 and evening at S. DeCamp’s dogs have been on exhibi tion for the past twelve years in Robin son’s dog and pony circus, and their appearance at Olympic Park next w-oek will be the first since their departure from that organization. The dogs are mado to perform seemingly impossible tricks and display almost human intel ligence. Reno and Smith give an acrobatic performance that embraces some diffi cult and unusual acts, with several thrilling climaxes. “CHASE FOR BRIDE” STIRRING FEATURE AT ELECTRIC PARK. Kemp's Wild West and Indian Con gress at Greater Electric Park is be I “Knob-Joint” Hard and Soft Corns French Heel Cramp Remarkable Home Treatment j For All Foot Troubles ^ t raiuDound ■ tallouaf* < > ISweafy, Offensive F*e‘ > "Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of Calo cfrle compound In a basin of hot water, soak the feet in this for full fifteen minutes. (Bess time will not bring results.) Massage the sore parts gently while in the water." This should be re peated for a number of nights until the cure Is permanent. The effects are almost magical. All soreness goes instantly and the feet feel so good that the whole nerv ous system is benefited. Corns and cal louses can be peeled right off. Bunions are reduced and the inflammation drawn out. Sweaty, bad-smelling feet and swollen, tender feet need but a few applications. Any druggist has Caloclde in stock or will get it from ids wholesale house. A twenty tlve-cent package is usually sufileient to cure the worst feet. Caloclde Is not a patent medicine. Formerly used only by doctors, but now Is obtainable by the pub lic In general, and is saving many an hour of torture for thousands. InicriMvn Nalls —, uvuit'iiM’iiVibiYfb received at puousnert. iohu. II t A > | rates for all NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES and U-tVJ PERIODICALS published. Special Newark repre lc_-igy sentative for alTleading magazines. Advertisement s for NEW YORK NEWSPAPERS received by 6 P. M. will ap pear next mnmhr . 791 Brosd St. (Star Bldg.) Tel. >W0 ’***■' coming more popular every day with j i the local residents, as is evidenced by j i the large crowds who flock daily to the popular recreation park to witness the j • cowgirls, cowboys and genuine Indians J perform. j' A standard feature of the production I • and one that has commended itself to 1 the audiences Is the riding and driving < of Miss Mida Kemp, an all-around horse woman and expert with both th£ ' rifle and lariat. She rides both astride and side-siddle. Particularly striking is her performance in “A Chase for a 1 Bride,” when chased by a band of ' whooping cowboys she changes from 1 the saddle o her own horse to that of < another while going at break-neck speed. Unless some unlooked-for trouble de velops, the mammoth $20,000 roller coaster wll be opened to the general public thl3 evening. The first cars were sent over the structure at noon, when It was thoroughly tested. Every precaution has been taken to safeguard the ublic against accident. Each of the large upholstered cars is equipped with the latest safety attach ments, Including a device that will bring it to a stop anywhere on the structure in ease anyt :lng goes wrong with the machinery. Tt is the largest and safest ride of its kind in the State, one that local residents have a reason to feel proud o~ ence Grattan and Miss Beulah Over- ■ on. As the second number on the same till Ad Newberger will present Little jord Robert, the smallest man on ; urlh. in a character sketch. He is j mly twenty-one inches in height, and j Us character impersonations are de- j lured to be among the marvels of the -.audevillo world in their faithfulness 0 the subjects chosen. One of tiie features of the week will ie Miss Belle Baker, a clever come lienne, new to this section of the country. She is young and pretty and 1 swell dresser, has a charming voice thd a captivating manner and sings Yiddish and coon songs in an inimitable n an nc-r. One of the best tabloid sketches of the season will be pre icnted by Miss Nina Nestor and a !ompany of capable assistants. It is | entitled “A Thief in the Night.” In the Proctor Lyric Theatre, in Mar-* tot street, there arc daily changes of noving pictures of the very best ob ininuble kind, and the good vaudeville icts are changed frequently during the sveek. In the Proctor Bijou Park, in Market street, there are new moving pictures and illustrated songs of the Proctor standard every evening, and n the afternoons when the Newark team of the Eastern Baseball League s away from home the details of the fames which it plays in various cities ire shown on the Paragon scoreboard. I WIl L TRV SIX PARACHUTE DROPS AT HILLSIDE PARK. Weather permitting, Tom Monro, on" of the aeronauts at Hillside Park Hip podrome. will attempt tomorrow J,o make alx drops with parnchutes from the big balloon. This feat had to be postponed last Sunday because of til" moisture In the air. The management was afraid all the parachutes would not open, so Moore was permitted to make only two drops. His performance proved thrilling enough to suit the large crowd present, as the aeronaut ascended to a great height before cutting loose. If he suc ceeds in his attempt tomorrow it will mean a record performance, as noth ing of the kind has ever been tried before, at least in this vicinity. Fred Owens, the daring young avia tor, expects to resume flights in his airship tomorrow. New features in the Wild West show next week will Include the chase for a bride. In which the cowboys, all anxious to win the hand of one of the cow girls, “show off’ as rough riders, and have a merry scramble to catch her. “THE GREAT DIVIDE” TO BE GIVEN AT TNE NEWARK. One of the treats of the summer en gagement of the Corse Payton Stock Company at the Newark Theatre Is announced for next week, when the company will appear in a recent Broadway success, “The Great Divide." i by the late William Vaughn Moody. It is fundamentally an American play of virile men and conscientious women, tlrpely in theme and throbbing with human emotions. As co-stars, Henry Miller and Margaret Anglin Just a few years ago scored the dra matic triumph of the decade In "The Great Divide." Although it is a two-dollar Broadway play, there will be no 'change in the Payton prices, ten, twenty and thirty cents. The central figures, each of equal prominence, in this sterling comedy drama are Stephen Ghent, a rough dla I mond of the West, and Ruth Jordan I descendant of Puritan stock. The story revolves around the odd meeting of . these two, their marriage under pecu liarly romantic circumstances, and ' then the soul-trying struggle of the \ | man and the woman to bridge the chasm between their widely dissimilar natures. "JIM” WILL BE HEADLINER AT PROCTOR’S THEATRE. “Jim," a strong dramatic sketch by Lawrence Grattan, will be presented as tlie headline number by Miss Eva Tay lor. an actress of more than ordinary merit, and a company of four specially i chosen assistants, on the program at ( Proctor’s Park Place Theatre next j week, beginning with the matinee per formance Monday' afternoon. The. /scene Is laid in the drawing-room of a wealthy family. In the evening. The stnging will be exceptionally fine and will show unusual fidelity to detail Miss Taylor and' the other members of the company meet every requirement. Those in he east besides Miss Taylor include }t\ Harry Leighton, Mr. Law PLAY COMING TO THE COURT A SATIRE ON MODERN SOCIETY. The program of summer vaudeville announced for the first three days of the coming week will feature Grace McKee & Co. in a laughable satire »>n modern society entitled, ‘‘A Woman s Way.” This company of comedian? ire well known in vaudeville, and from the title of the sketch it would seem that they will have plenty of oppor tunities to demonstrate their talents. Their headline honors will be shared by Muiloy and Craig, who will also present a comedy sketch, the title of which is “The Money Lenders.” A Eu ropean act which has scored a big suc cess since starting Its American tour Is the celebrated Australian singing comedian, Fred Rivenhall. The hill for the last three days of the week includes Ed Raymond and the Faust sisters in a singing and dancing novelty sketch; Rouble Finne, cartoon 1st; Louise Brunnclle, singing come dienne; A1 Campbell, juggler and flexi ble acrobat, and Anderson and Burt in a comedy sketch. “REVEL OF THE FLOWERS” BY ST. PATRICK’S PUPILS. Krueger's Auditorium was crowded last night at the graduation exercises of St. Patrick's Cathedral School, The "Revel of the Flower#,” a two-act can tata. was the feature of the program. The oast consisted of the Misses Eu genia Schuren, Mary Feenan, Mar garet O'Hare, Barbara McShea, Helen Sullivan, I.eonie Martin. Mary Mopan Mary Lennon and Mary Thompson. At the close of the entertainment tne exorcises of the graduating class wore held. The valedictory was delivered by David B. Mideally. The Right Ite\ Monsignor Isaac P. Whelan delivered an address and presented the diplomas to the members of the class. The ex ercises closed with the entire school singing “America." BAND CONCERT PROGRAM. The program for the hand concert in Weequahic Park tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 5:30 o’clock bv Suenderhaft's BanS is as follows: "Star Spangled Banner:" festival march, "Folkunger,” Kretehmer; overture, "Hungarian Com edy," Kela Bela; selection. "Lohengri" " Wagner; intermezzo from "Caval leria Rustlcana,” Mascagni; selection, "Scotch Fantasie" Wiegand; quartet from "Rlgoletto," Verdi; selection “C» mon." Bizet; allegretto grnzloso, ‘ ipring Song," Mendelssohn; “A Day in Boston,” Claus; march, "Washington Grays.” Grnfulla; "America ' PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. If you suiter from bleeding, itching, blind nr protruding Plies, send rue youi address <md 1 will tell you how to euro yourself a! home by the now absorption treatment; and will also send some of this home treatment free for trial, with references from your own locality If requested. Immediate relief and permanent cure assured. Rend no money but tell others of this offer. Write odtoy to Mrs. M. Sum mers, Box P» \otre Dame. Ind. AMUSEMENTS. I AMUSEMENTS. ^ ITotiTT THEATR E I ffi Mon., Tuck. « Wed., June 10, 20, 21 Thurn., Frl. A Sal., Jt|ne 22, 23, 24 I 1 GRACE fi!c*EE A CO. ANDERSON & B£LL ■ In a musical comedv sketch, 'Nancey’ Comedy Sketch WULLOY & CRAIG LOUISE I2R4JNELLE In a comedy dramatization, Singring Comedienne p ■•Tim Money lender1’ ED RAYMOND AND FRED RIVENHALL the faust sisters I ji Comedian In a Ringing and Dancing Novelty Bi I.E'V TU.ijiin, Jifgglrr .1, CIMTHKI.I., Juggler 1 HENIIERSON »V THOMAS, Dancers iioi'lH.E FINNK, Cartoonist WtAMCVOS, Musical ComUlMca I I KKIIS A I.AMtll, Comedians I M ITS._10c, 15c—MUCKS—I5e, 2no 101 I.N1VGS. H \<illr,—This house U iirlltlclnll- cooled mid will remain open all summer, H -xrJTTKJJMF d jli,j,i] i_s. - jssr, ,wiiir.-.L .At,., ■■ :l?<?rBP»yjT!lfU 1 Greater Electric Park I SOI Til OUA.NGK AVI;M G CARS I'ASSIIIK GATE Kemp’s Will West and Indian Congress »**£» NEW FEATURES KAt H WEEK ! J,,!.. "The Indian.' Attack on the Settler'. Tallin.". uXlfO teatUtej Hiding of liurktng Hor.e», “A Clia.e tor a lliide, etc. liYFKV AFTERNOON AMI EVENING PRIZE DANCING EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING DANCING FVERYKVfexING Mf»v the Surrounding Country From the New $20,000 ROLLER COASTER Largest and Safest Hide in the state ■ iicrg ,tw gJVTUP—f* fwmisWiTwiBBWu.*.' - a ■■% rj» sw^uv.' rjMimeaixsamt. ! MiSiisStie Paeak Hippodrome tars | Every Afternoon and Evening. Biggsst anJ Bast Amusems.it Resort In Stats a 6 SUCCESSIVE DROPS FROM BIG BALLOON, by DAREDEVIL MOORE THRILLING AIRSHIP FLIGHTS by FRED OWE S j SOME V*P THE OTHKIt ATTRACTIONS: Real Wild West Show. Excellent \cu.ic y vllle. l ight-Wiie Walking Act by a Tiger. Performing Moils and Honrs. Hlirgem R"’le: 0 j • ’oanter in State. Dancing, Holler Skating. Hoatlng, Swimming pool. Miniature Hallway. || ■ Hand Concert*, Menagerie, Pony Hiding, etc. i ---ftQffislSSIO'33 10 CENTS—---- g ——— i — ■ mtmmKmmammsmMmsammmmam Exclusions. F.XCT RStOXS. * Family Railroad Excursion of"the*™,*,,,Wil | National Turn Vereini To Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey SUNDAY, JUNE 18TH 1 Trains leave Broad St. Station of the Central Railroad at 8 A. M. Sharp a : Gents - (Including Refreshments) - $1.50 I ^ TICKETS Latlie3 . .. “ . SI gS JM. (BELLE WOOD I taniaw Excursion Resort AllSIC, AJ>Il SI.M ENTS (Uoscntry Sinner, 50c EVERY $ f (ftn ROUND SUNDAY I,yU TRIP Galley’' ll’ailroad Special Train leaves Market St. Sta tion. Newark, 9:35 a. m. Inquire 311 Murket St. MORE CHILDREN GOING TO FRESH AIR HOME. Second Party to Be Entertained at Roseland. On Monday the second party of chil dren will be received at the Essex En deavor Union Fresh Air Home, in Rose land, by the superintendent, Stephen D. Riddle, fur a two weeks’ outing. The children will go from this city and will enjoy a refreshing romp in the country. On June 10 the first dele tion of forty little ones were sent to Roseland, and as the institution will accommodate 125 children and is sur rounded by eight acres of land, it is an ideal place lor an outing. The estimated expense of a week ai the home for 100 children is $-75, or $2.75 for one. Six hundred were enter tained lust season, and also several mothers with sick children. An effort will be made by the com mittee to keep >he institution open until September 15. Those in charge this season consist of Superb tendent Riddle, of West Or ange; John T. Sprouil, of Arlington, land Harry A. Marshall, A. B. Johnson, I William Russell, A. W. Egner, Chester Bradley, John H. Hill and C. T. Platt, of diis city. The Rev. Henry Harris, of Roseland, is chaplain and Miss Ella McChesney is the matron. GREAT ITALIAN OPERA CO. TO GIVE “GEISHA” HERE. The music loving people of Newark will have the opportunity to hear, at the Krueger Auditorium, on Wednes day night, June 26, one of the best Ital iancomic opera companies that ever visited the I'nited States. The com pany went from Palermo, Italy, to Havana, Cuba, where it play a long engagement. The company was booked for an Operatic season in Mexico City, but owing to thp condition in Mexico, the company went to New York and ; played three weeks at the Majestic Theatre but, owing to a previous en gagement ot the Irving Place Theatre j for the above date for a school exhibi tion, the company has the date open and will play the date at the Krueger Theatre. The opera to be presented here will be the well-known Japanese opera, "The Geisha." The company consists of nearly 100 persons. Includ ing a large orchestra, chorus and ballet. Popular prices will prefail. Tickets on sale at Lauter's, 657 Broad street, be ginning Wednesday, June' 21. Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, 51.00 and $1.50. CONTRACTS FILED. These contracts were tiled in the county clerk's ofllee today; H. Winter, owner, with P. Drury, contractor, plumbing, heating and tin ning work, 51,125; Lawn Itidge road, Orange. C. Orben, owner, with F. Or ben, contractor, all work, $30,000; South Nineteenth street. Hattie Manton. owner, with J Manuel & Son, contractors, mason work, 52,650; Prospect avenue, Montclair. Mary Barclay, owner.' with J. Stuven Cement Company, contractor, cement work, 5600; South Twelfth street. Same owner with E. itiggins & Co., contract ors. painting work, 6345; same premi ■ ises. I J. Eiscle, owner, with J. SteJvb rg. j Far Gone; bland jj STEAMERS Newark WILL RUN SUNDAY, JUi.E 18 l.enve Coinnicrclnl Wharf 9:15 A. M„ 1 :!»0 nnd 7:30 P. M.t and Sunday* until further notice. V. -- - f HCgEEEHSgBi Lake Hopatcong, $1.00 EVERY Hi: NO AY' ANU UOI.IOAY Lv. Broad St. 9.03: F«ny St. 9.07; E. Perry St.9.09a.m. Mauch Chunk, SI.SO NEXT SUNDAY Lv. Broad St. 8.33 , FertyS;.> 37; E retry St. >.<01.m. CITY Am HBTISH'IIMXTS. .NOTH-Id < >!■' INTENTION—Board of Street I anu V\ uier commissioners. ! l'urMJiim a lesoiutjon adopted by the l I board o. anil Want CommtuHlonei$ of iia* jx ay oi -scYvaiii, ai a meeting held the nfue.nh ! <*itj of June, lull, and approved the tile Acting ; ; Mayor ot the City of .Newark on Urn fix- I jieeiuh aay of June, ltcl, paulic notice l» i.ereby «ix en that It in the intention of tne rd j of t>tieet h d Water Cum.niaaionerd of the City of iNetvarK, undei and by \Utue «.f pr< isior of - the act entitled An i iv u;u$«. anu amend j . tne cnat ier ui th • t itx of .Newark," approved ; ‘March 11th. lfoi, .uul the supplements mere to, and the act creating the bo.ua Ul street and ; Water Com: niMt-.oiiei a uf the city ot Newark, i . appioveu Milieu Jaiii, 1891, anu othei puoiio I lawn of the .State ot New Jeta*v. to order auu I iiau.-c the changing tn tile xxiutli of the slue- i ! walks on AVENUE V, (from Emmett street to \ audcrpool street, frtnn j 15 fern to IS.75 ttej. Such persons as max object thereto are re- I I quested to present their objections in writing ! to t he clerk m said board, at the of nee of ills board of Street and Water CjimillaKlwueio, City Hull. Newark, un or iietore tne expltatioa S of six days from date of this uome. i by direction of the Hoard of .‘street and Wator Commissioner.* of tne city of Newark. M. R. SHLitHl.KU, * Chief engineer. Newark, IN. J., June 16, 1911. Je.t7-5t NOTICE OF INTENTION—Board of .Street and Water Commissioners. i'uisuaiu to a resolution adopted by the Board i street and Water Commissioners of t.ie <Tty of Newark, at a meeting held the fifteenth aay of June, lb 11, and approxed by the Acting Mayor of the City of Newark on the sixteenth day of June, 1911, public notice is hereby given that it is the intention of tne board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, under and bj virtue oi provisions of the act entitled An act to rex iso and amend the charter of the City of Newark," approxed .March lIth. 1857, and the supplements thereto, and the act creating me bpaid of Street and Water t.ommfsslon ers of the City of Newark, approved March 28th, 1891, and other public laws of the suite of New Jersey, to order and cause the grading, curbing and flagging of I fourth street, j from Bloomfield avenue to Abington avenue, (together with ail the appurtenances necessary r to complete the same. ! Such persons as may object thereto are re quested to present their objections In writing j to the clerk of said board, at the oitlce of ■ the Board of eet and Water Commissioners, City Hall, Newark, on or before the expira tion of six days from date of this notice. by direction of the board of .Street and Water Commissioners of the Jits of Newark. M. R. SflEURKHU. Chief Engineer. Newark. N. J., June 16,>1911. Jel7-5t NOTICE OF INTENTION—Board of Street [ nnd Water Commissioners. I Pursuant to n resolution adopted by the ; Board of Street and Water Commissioners of | the City of Newark, at q meeting held the llttoenth day of June. 1911, find approved by the Acting Mayor of the City of Newark on the sixteenth uay of June, 1911, public notice is | hereby given that It Is the Inten.lon of the , board of Street and Water commissi oners of , the Cli,> of Newark, unuer and by virtue of piovisioiiH of the act entitled "A.i Act to de vise and Amend the Charter o: the City cf Newark," approved March nth. 1857! and’, tha supplements thereto, and the act creating the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, approved March :sth. 1891, and other public laws o»' the State of New Jersey, to order and cause the paving of *Jl 1TMAN ALLEY, from WeM Kinney street to Baldwin street, with brick pavement on a siv ni) inch con crete foundation, together with all the appur tenances neceasary. to complete the same. Such persons as may object thereto are ie quected to present their objections in *•»•'• ng to the clerk of caid board, at the office of the boa l of Street and Water Com"” oners. City Hall. Newark, on or before the expira tion of six days from ut te of tnla notice. By direction of the Board or Street nnd Water Commissioners of the City of Newiirk. . M. R. SHERUERD. Chief Engine tr. Newark, N. J., June 16. 1911. Jel7-5t contractor, metal work, $225; 72-80 Belleville avenue. Same owner with L. Rosner & Co., contractors, painting work, $298; same, premises. Same Own er with R. Hampton & Co., contractor, roofing wprk, $148; same premises. Same owner with Davis Electric Com pany, contractors, electrical work, $110; same premise* AMUSEMENTS. ^ _ _ _ _ ^ % PROCTOR’S Modern High-Kin*. Vaudeville Telephone 111*10 1 "e—I1AII.Y M \TI.\KK—15c llKSI'.lIVKD SKATS, 25c, 50c ewcol I*reMentln«: “Jim.” NINA *>1 ESTOR A CO.__ THE \ VNDEHKOORS. THE 4 l*HAGDONS. BELLE ESAkEift C'omedlen nc. C.I.Ni:’ I EVE W AH NEB._ CR AAV FOR D A MONTROSE. _ N HW A N I >1A TED PH TL H ES. L5TTLE LOBStffi ROBERT < linrnctrr Impersonation*. 15c Reserved, 25e, Hr»e, 50c,75c 1 CITY AD\ EllTISEMENTS. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING— STREET PAVING WORK. HOARD OF STREET AND WATER COM MISSIONERS. Public notice is hereby given that the pre liminary sketches prepared by the Commi* HiOiici.s of Assessment for Local Improvements and showing the probable amounts to be a« Mtsse.i "a properties specially benefited by the I oil* .wing htt»ct improvements have this day Lu • o fdeu -with the clerk* 01 this board, i and in a* • ordance with the provisions of Chapter 217 of the State laws of JX95. a publ.c hearing will be given by the said Board of Sneer and Water t ommlssloners to all parties lnieie>»teu In said improvements on Thursday, Jun- 22. 1911. at the office of said board oil the j-.in.ond tloor of the t ity Hall, Newark, N. .).. at l:iu p. m., at which time and place the Huai * I of Street and Water Commissioners siiall procee I n* hear and adjudicate-upon any objections which may be presented to said board t persons representing properties liable « to assessments for the following Improve ments: ' Pitting of % CLIFTON STREET, from Elizabeth avenue to Frelinghuysen ave nue, witii brick pavement on a six (6) inch concrete fouudatiun. Paving of RUN YO N ST R E ET, from Elizabeth avenue to Frelinghuysen ave nue. with brick pavement on a six (6.) inch concrete foundation. Paving of SOUTH STREET, front J'aclfi* m ret t<> Yen Buren street, with granite block pavement on a six (6) inch con crete foundation. Said tentative assessments comprise all lots. ^ tracts ami parcels of land and real estate liabh t<> 1" assessed as aforesaid lying on both sides of CLIFTON STREET, trorn Elizabeth avenue to Frelinghuysen • > avenue. RUNYON STREET, front Elizabeth avenue to Frelinghuysen avenue; SOUTH STREET, from Pacific street to * an Buren street. A lot lepresents an entire plot of land, whether largo or small. Such owners us may dbject to the above Improvements are required to present their objections in writing to the clerk of the 1/oard at the office of the Board of Sftfeet and Water Comm hf-’oners. ('ity Hall, on or before Thuvs day, June 22, 1911, at 1:30 p. m. Hy direction of the Hoard of Street and | Water t ommissloncrs of the City of Newark. Newark, N. .1 . June 16. 1911. M. R. SHKRRRRD, jel7-5t Chief Engineer. OFFK I-; OF THE BOARD OF EXCISS COM* MISSIONKRS OF THE CITY OF NEWARK. City Hall, June 16. 1911. The following is the list of the names, resi dences sind places of business of applicants for licenses contained in all applications or petitions made to this board for the granting *■/ licenses to sell spirituous, vinous, malt or brewed liquors, and not heretofore published according to law. to wit: Name. Place of Business. Residence. , R ET A1L— K E N E W A L S. Gustav Schrctzmunn, ik9 Avon av...Same place George A Bo* k. 2<17 Clinton av.Same place Jacob Kell. 50 llcrinon st.Same pla* e Edwftrd Stvoti . !7 William hi.Same place Rt>bei t Ke.r, 501 Sou tit oiango av,..Same plfi'Q Conrad Thrum. ::y:t-3(5 Jcllitt av.Same place Herman Schrnieder, 117 Hamburg pi.. •Same place Mrs. Maty Ibitzmann, 06 Fairmount av., Same place Christopher Blank. 189 Clinton av.. Same pla e Robert • Erb, 121 Halsey st.Same place i Gcoige Mader, 755 Bergen st.Same place I Andrew Martin, 277 Market st.Same place % John ^ovomski. 56 Elm rd.Same plate Theodote Baes-lcr, 1-3 Rillroad pi.. .Same pi u • Charles Lewis, 104-106 High st.Same place Giovanni Celia, 37 Sheffield «.Same place William A. Corbett, 37 Cherry st — Same place Paul Lutz. 522 Fifteenth av.Same place Thomas I\ Dougherty, 118 Chapel st.. Same place Jp.ntes Lynch, 562 F rry st.Same place Joseph Julia no, 142 Seventh av.Same place Joseph I jFdterig, 176 Mulberry st... .Same place John H. Stuck!. 171 Pennsylvania av.Same place Patrick Carroll, 151 Bloomfield av...Same place Philip Kemper. 460 Hunterdon st... Same place Mrs. Anna B. Schmelz, 91 Plane st.Same place Fllllger & Lewis. 262 Bank st.Same place Louis J. Beyer, 140 Hulsey st.Same place Frank Gasko, 643 Market st.Same place Fred Roever. 3X7 Elizabeth ar.Same place Fritz Schaaff, 431 South Seventh st.Same place Edward Hurst. 165 First av.Same place BEER BOTTLER—NEW APPLICATION. Anthony W. Schaefer, 507 Avon av..Same place BEER BOTTLER—RENEWALS. John W. Pllkaytis, 103-100 Jackson at.. Same place Christian Baumann, 157 Bruce at_Same place > William Henring. 234 Hawthorne av.Same place ^ RETAIL—SINGLE TRANSFER. A John Lettieri, from 447 Central av. to 65 \ _ WW »«;•••;.32 Clifton «T. Emil G. Ill, from 146 Market at. to 30 Deacon st.364 Smith Twelfth at. RICHARD MILLER, JAMES F. CONNELLY, President . City Clerk. TAX >OTItE. ANb HKVlSiUJ* X* TAKE NOTICE. Vou are hereby required to return the totlfc value of your peisonal property as held on the twentieth da.\ of May, to the Hoard of As scssrm-nt and Revision of Taxes, at their office in the City liail. on or before the thirtieth da5 of June next, and in no case will any abate ment be made for indebtedness or for uront erty which may bt> claimed to be exempt from with*1 n Unle8?S *he law lB 8<r*ctly compile* If return In not mal, under oath and ao coriling to law tho taxing officers will ,ia»rm your peraenal property according to their tuda ment. rrom which no appeal can be taken JOHN I. CARROT-I, p-etdent. * ' " ■"-—"3 . . IBOAIr NOTICES, *N DudicNo^KY OP NEW JE»sev-To Mati lii.' lrl.U* of "n or:1<?l ot ,he '-'nurt of Chancerr of At.. Jet ary made on the clay or the data 1;eicut. in h certain cause wherein Henry Pud-f germ Is letltloner. t.ml yon, Mn-, JJudgeon nr«l defendant, j.,u are .equip d to .../.ear and plead * answer or demur to th. petition.,°etl,lon nil' ! ! r w* eighteenth ilnv of July next, or® Ill default thereof such decree will be taken# against you an the Chancellor shall think equitable and just. , 4 . lie objor t of said suit Is to obtain a derrea]f of divorce dissolving the marriage between * you and the said petitioner. Dated May 17, 1911. FREDERICK JAY. Solicitor of Petitioner, . 1 AA . ,A soo Broad street, . t mv.A271o...lft,l. Newark. N, J. -J Quick results are what you get If you use th«,# I Star* Try a classified ad.