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ANDREWS—On July 6, 1911, Mary, be loved wife of Peter Andrews, aged 22 years, 34 Searing avenue, East New ark. BALL—At South , Orange, N. I„ un July 5, 1911, Theodore F. Ball, age! 65, 106 Prospect street. BATTIN—Suddenly, on Ju!.- 6, 1311, Clarence C., son of the late Joseph M. and Grace E. Battln, In her 24th year. BUSCH—On July 5, 1911, Alice Busrn, beloved wife of Jacob Busch. CAHILL—Suddenly, on July 6, 1911, Philip, son of Janies and the late Bridget Cahill. 121 Prospect street. COFFEY—On July 6, 1911. James, be loved husband of the late Rose Coffev (nee Monahan), 19 Maple stree*. Kearny, N. J. COLES—On July 7, 1911. at her home. 171 Hillside avenue, Annie Elizabeth, wife of Jacob A. Coles and daughter of Annie and the late William M. Liesse. COTTER—At South Orange. N. J., on Wednesday, July 5, 1911. Mary Cot ter. daughter of the late Michael ^nd Ellen Cotter cnee Graham). Relatives and friends are respect fully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her cousin, Mrs. Julia Maag, 12 South Orange avenue. South Orange, on Saturday, July 8, at 8 o'clock a. in., thence tv Our Lady of Sorrows Church, where a High Mass of Requiem will be celebrated for the repose of her soul. Inter ment In Cemetery of Holy Sepulchre. CROSSMAN-On July 7, Robert A. Crossman, at his late residence, 257 Lafayette street. DAVISON—Oh July 6, 1911, Mary Mor rison. wife of Samuel Davison. In her 63d year, 755 Highland avenue. DE FOREST—On Thursday. July 6. 1911. Grace De Forest. 55 Grace stree;, Watsesslng, N. J. FAIRCHILD-At Glen Ridge. N. J.. on July 6, 19L. Agnes Winifred, eldest daughter of William S. and Agnes. S. Baldwin Fairchild, aged 19 years, ol 190 Ridgewood avenue. FANTZ—On Thursday. July 6, 1911. after a lingering Illness, Augusta Fantz, beloved mother of the late Charles A. Fantz, .1r., and wife of the lute Charles A. Fantz, sr., aged 87 years 7 months 29 days, of 31 William street. FREEMAN—On July 7, 1911, Amanda H., widow of David M Freeman aged 78 years, of 306 South Ninth street. FRENCH—On Wednesday, July 6, 1911, William S. French. Friends and officers and members of Radiant Star Lodge No. 190,. I. O O. F.. and St. John's Lodge No. 1 F. and A. M„ arc invited to attend the funeral s vices at the chapel of Caller; & Matthews, 378 Broad street, Newark, N. J., on Friday, July 7, at 8 p. m. Interment on Satur day, July 8, at Evergreen Ceme tery. ' GARVEY—Suddenly, Wednesday, July 5, Patrick, beloved husband of th< late Ellen Garvey (nee Murphy), < native of the Parish of KUcork County Roscommon, Ireland. * Relatives, friends and St. James'i Holy' Name Society are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral froir his late residence, 65 Ferguson street on Saturdny, July' 8. at 8 a. m.. tt St. James's Church, where a solemr High Mass of Requiem will be of fered for the respose of his soul. In terment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. HAMBERRY—At Orange. N. J„ July 5, 1911, Catherine A. Harrberry (nee Gallery), aged 64 years, 155 Washing ton street. HERMANN—Entered Into rest, or Wednesday. July 6, 1911, Mathias, be loved husband of Christina Herman; 'nee Fischer), aged 61 years 1 month 46 Twenty-first street, Irvington N. J. HASELDINE—Suddenly. July 6. 1911 Robert T., beloved husband of Sarah Haseldine, In his 72d y'ear, at hlf residence, 256 South Seventh street IRWIN—Passed away on jtiesday, July 4, 1911, Ann Jane Irwin (nee Me Koewn), beloved wife of Clark Irwin In her 62d year. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend the funeral services from her late resldeac', 89 Monro > street, on Saturday, July 8, at 2:30 p. m. Interment In Falrmount Corns | tery. KANOUSE—At South Orange, N. J., or July 6, 1911, George Kanouse. aged 67 years, 29 Falrvlew avenue. KRAGLINGER—Suddenly, on July 6 1911, Carl Kraglinger, aged 73 years. KREFT—Suddenly, on July 6, 1911. Mrs. Emily Anderson Kreft, aged 7'. years, 32 Waverly avenue. LEE—Michael, sr., on Friday. July 7, 1911, Michael Lee, beloved husband ol « the late- Winifred Lee (nee Creigh ton), at his late residence, 141 Monroe Btreet. LYNCH—On July 6, 1911, Sarah, widow of John Lynch, in her 90th year. 561 Highland avenue. MAIER—Entered into rest, Thursday July 6. 1911, Julius Maler, husband ol the late Minnie Maler (nee Harsch) aged 61 years 8 months and 1 day 491 Springfield avenue. MANGER—Entered into rest or Wednesday, July o, 1911, our beloved mother, mother-in-law, grandmothoi and great-grandmother, Laura Man ger (nee Koenig), widow of Bernard • Manger, aged SI years, 5 months and 17 days, 106 Springfield avenue. MARCH—On Thursday, June 29, 1911 Nellie Eliza, wife of John S. March. Funeral services will be held at hei home, 69 Emmett street, on Saturday July 8, at 3 p. m. Relatives ant friends are Invited to attend. Inter ment in Evergreen Cemetery. McGRATH—Suddenly, on July 6. 1911 • at Colorado Springs. Thomas H., be loved husband of Alice McGrath (nec Egan), and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph McGrath, of 244 Valley street Orange. KOLTER—On Wednesday. July 5. 1911, Charles Molter. our beloved father, | In his eighty-second year, at his lata residence, 36 Mor'on street. | O’CONNOR—On July 6, 1911, at his late residence, 27 Magazine street, Pat rick, beloved husband of Mary O’Con nor (nee Lynch). O’LEARY—At West Orange, on July 6. 1911, Catherine, widow of Daniel j O’Leary (nee Moloney), 479 Valley '■ road. PERSONETTE—Entered into rest Frl ; day, July 7, 1911, Raymond, beloved | son of Fred and Amelia Personette j (nee Aletst), aged 5 years 9 months j and 1 day. Funeral will be held (private) from j the parents’ residence, 106 Magazin.' j street, on Saturday, July 8, at 10:30 j а. m. Interment in Fairmount Cenie- i : tery. : RUTAN—Entered into rest, after a lingering illness, on Thursday, July | б. 1911, Lyndon S Rutan, in his Cist year. ; Funeral services will be held at his ! home, 125 Mt. Pleasant avenue, on Saturday, July 8, at 3 p m. Rela tives and friends are invited to at tend. Interment In Mt. Pleasant Cemetery at the convenience of the family. i RYAN—Suddenly, in New York, July ", 1911, Dora Gabauer Ryan, beloved wife of Edward N. Ryan j STRETCH—At East Orange, N J., on j Wednesday, July f>, 1911, Elizabeth Gage Stretch, in her 78th year. SOKLER—Suddenly, on July 6. 1911, Christian Sokler aged 34 years 6 months 13 days, beloved husband of Dorothea Sokler (nee Walat, 651 South | Nineteenth street. ' VAN CAMP—Entered into rest on July 5, 1911, Mary J., beloved wife of Hiram L. Van Camp. Funeral services on Friday eve ning at 8 o'clock from the chapel of Honeywell * Painter. 940 Broad street. Relatives and friends are tn i vited to attend. Services at West Amwell M. E. Church on Saturday at 2 p. m. Train leaves Broad street station. Central railroad, at 11:06 a m., arriving at Hopewell at 12:24. Trenton and Lambertville papers please copy. VAN WAGENEN—At her home, 42 North Eleventh street, on Friday, July 7, 1911, Sarah A., widow of Frederick A. Van Wagenen. Funeral private. Interment in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. WALTHER—Entered Into rest Wednes day, July 5. 1911, William A. Walther, aged 48 years. Relatives and friends, also Granite Lodge No. 74, I. O. O. F.. and Cigar-makers' Union No. 138, are kindly invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his brother, Henry Walther. 395 South Ninth street, on Saturday, July 8, at 2:30 p. m. Interment in Woodland Ceme tery. WOODHULL—At the Home for Aged Women. 225 Mount Pleasant avenue, on Thursday, July 6, 1911, Mary E., widow of Stafford U. Woodhull, aged 80 years. Funeral services will be held at the home on Monday, July 10. at 10:30 a. m. Relatives and friends are in vited to attend. Interment In Fair mount Cemetery. WRANOVSKI — Entered into rest. Wednesday. July 5, 1911. Mary Wran oVskl, aged 69 years 4 months and 12 days. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mary Staf fan, 128 Baldwin street, on Saturday, ! July 8, at 8:30 a. m., thence to St. 1 Stephen's Church, where at 9 o'clock 1 a Mass of Requiem will be offered for ! the repose of her soul. Interment tn I the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. People’s Burial Co. 380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave. 89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N. J. WLL FURNISH FOR $75.00 elegant casket covered wlUi fine black broad cloth, white or silver gray plush, with massive bar handle*. engraved nameplate, lined with silk or satin, outside cate. embalming, adver tising, dressing, shaving, crucifix, candelabra, gloves, chairs, hearse : \< three coaches to any city cemetery. We fumlah for $45.00 a funeral that measures up t<* any trust under taker $90.(0 funeral. Funeral parlors frea. PHONF 257 BRANCH BROOK. Newark Burial Co. 534 BROAD STREET, between Bridge and I/ombardy streets. For $65.00 , ue agree to supply liiack Broadcloth, White ; Hush, Imitation Oak Casket. Handles, Plate, Interim Lined Complete, outside Pine Bex, ! Embalming, Newspaper Notice, Uee of Rug, j i'ecertal, dept*, Camp Chairs, Hearse, Threo Coaches any rity Cemetery. Services of LV oral Directors. Parlors for funeral in connection. 30*l11Market. 5o4 Bi'Oad St. POSITIVELY friHTCr.ASH SERVICE AT RKASUX A DLK RATES. COACHES FOR FUNERALS. It. J. It A W. HARTH. PUNCH A1. DIRECTORS AND UOACH OWN ERS TEI.EP 'ONE, MARKET t. OFFICE, 299 SOUTH OR NOB AV. WARE ROOM S. 291-296 SOUTH ORANOB AV. WM. F MULTAN, UNDERTAKER, 228 Lafayette street. Phone <160 Market. JAMER R MULLIN'. Undertaker, 323 Lafarette street, i r.s ol02 Market. Branch. W Irving street. FRANK A. FOLflTY. rii-*, »o- <*•*«* t^mhelnRer *r+ t . •'»*** CEMETERT3. gle: ridge cemetery anklin av. and Joralemon at.. BloomflMd, N. J.: tel. 1843-J. Uloomfleld. riot -, 4 graves and over. un Graves, adu’ts. $11. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Blue coat, from automobile, containing fountain pen; monogram II. C. H., and papers; reward. Return to Garage, 87 Madi son st. LOST—July 4. gold-mounted torlc eye-glasses; case marked ‘Scadron;’ reward. DAVIS, 17 Conover terrace. Orange. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. BOARD OF ASSESSMENT AND REVISION OF TAXES. City Hall, July 6, 1911. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF REAL ESTATE. Complaints against the tax valuation placeJ on real estate by the Board of Assessment and Revision of Taxes for 1911 will be received «t the office of the board. City Hall, Newark. N. J., from July 5 until July 26 All real estate owners will be notified of any change made In the assessment of 1910 if their addresses can be ascertained. JOHN L. CARROLL, President. Try a Classified Ad. In The Star. CITY ADVERTHEMEKTS. ' v VVWWVW^'VSAXVVVft^v-v-'^-y'/'^V OFFICE of the Board of Street and Water CoromlMloners of the City of Newark. City Hall. . Newark, N. J.. July 7, 1911. Sealed proposals will be received at thi a of fice from 3:15 to 3:30 o'clock p. m . of Thurs day, the thirteenth day oi July, 1911, and opened at the last named hour, at a public meeting of the board to be h *d at said time and place, for furnishing and laying new* sidewalks with bluestone flag or with artificial atonewalk, and resetting of old »u<i setting of new bluestone curb within the limits of the City of Newark for the year 1911, with the option of extending the contract for the .rents 1912 and 1913 wherever directed by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark and under the- super vision of the general superintendent of works The following Is about the amount of tha work to be don* and the material* tr l>e fur nished in the construction and completion of said work, and upon which bids will be com* pared: Ten thousand (10,000) square feet of new bluestone flagging. 4 feet wide; thirtv thousand (30,own square feci of new bluestone flagging. 5 ftei wide; one thousand (1,009; square feet of new bluestone flagging, ft feet wide, eight thousand (8,00(*> square feet of old flagging re laid; one thousand (1,000) square feet of new artificial sfomwalk laid according to city specification* fire hundred (500) lineal feet of new 20 by 4-Inch quarry-cut curb: two hundred (200) lineal feet of new 20 by 4-inch four cut curb, five hundred (500') lineal feet of new 19 by 4-inch quarry-cut curb, five hundred <600 lintel feet of old curb re rossed and re set, five hundred (500) lineal feet of old curb four-cut and reset, one hundred <10(/) square yards of repaving of gutters; one hundred (100) square yards of grass sodding, two hundred and fifty (250) cubic yards of extra filling or excavation, only one to be paid for on each piece of work. Blddero are not to state any price foi ma terials and work for which there is a fixed amount provided for In the specifications. Each proposal must be Inclosed In a sealed envelope, properly Indorsed with the name of the bidder and of the Improvement, and di rected to the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark. Bidders will state their prices In writing a; well as in figures. The plans and specifications of the work can be examined at the office of the Chler Engi neer of the Board of Street and Water Com missioners at the City Hall. Said proposals tc be accompanied by the consent in writing ol two sureties, or a surety company qualified tr do business In New Jersey, who shall, at the time of putting In such proposals, qualify a to their responsibility in the amount of such proposal, and bind themselves that. If thi contract be awarded to the person or personi making the proposal, they will, upon Its being ao awarded, become his or their euretles foi the faithful performance of said work; and that If the person or prisons omit or refuse tc execute such contract they will pay to »he dij of Newark any difference between the junta t< which he or they would have been entitled upon completion of the contract and thai whicn the city of Newark may be obliged tc pay the person or persons by whom such con tract shall be executed. The Board of 8treet and Water Commission' era of the city of Newark reserve to them selves the right to accept or reject any or al proposals for the above work, as they mxj deem best for the Interest of the city. Bidders and sureties are hereby notified tha' under the provisions of the seventh section ol •he law creating the Board of Street an: Water Commissioners, approved March 28, 1891, that the bond or bonds to be given foi the faithful execution and performance of salt public work shall first be approved as to suf flciency by the board and as to form by th< counsel of the board, and no contract shall b< binding on the city or become effective oi operative until such bond is so approved, anc the president of the board shall have power t< examine the proposed bondsmen under oath, 1 he shall so desire, or shall be so instructed b; the board, but the board will not be bound hi any statement that may be made by suet proposed bondsmen, but shall have full pown and absolute discretion In the whole matter and this provision shall be referred to In an] advertisement Inviting bids for any such publb work. By direction of the Board of Stree* am Water Commissioners of the city of Newark. MORRIS R. SHKRRKRD, J.v7-5t Chief Engineer OFFICE of the Chief Engineer of the Boarr of Street and Water Commissioners of thi CitT of Newark. Notice—The final estimates for the follow Ing contracts will be presented to the Bonn of Street and Water Commissioners of thi City of Newark, for acceptance, on Thurs day, July 13th, 1911, between 8:15 and 3:11 p. m.. viz.: For the construction of the foi lowing sewers: CLINTON ANNEXATION SEWERS. SEC TION 4: CABINET STREET SEWER DK’KERSON STREET SEWER, between Jay street and Norfolk street: PASSAIC AND GOrVERNEUR STREE1 SEWERS; HAWTHORNE AVENUE SEWER, from Jell iff avenue to Peshlne avenue, am from 120 feet west of Belmont avenue t< Badger avenue; SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE SEWER, from South Tenth street to Ashland street also for tlve paving of BRANFORD STREET, from Frelinghuysen avenue to Elizabeth ave nue; SOUTH NINETEENTH STREET. ■ froyu Clinton avenue to Springfield avenue; SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET, j from Avon avenue to Madison avenue; A8TOR STREET. j from New Jersey Railroad avenue to Ave nue C; RENNER AVENUE. from Elizabeth avenue to Seymour avenue OOUVERNEUK STREET, I from Mount Pleasant avenue to Passaic street CHESTNUT STREET. from Pacific street to Wheeler Point road; AVENUE B. ; from Emmett street to Miller street; ARDS LEY COURT. from W’alnut street southerly 176 feet; EXCH A NOE A LLK Y. from Hay alley to Mechanic street, and for thi repaving of F RELINQHUYSEN A VEN UK, from Miller street to Dayton street, HAY ALLEY, from Ward street to Ailing street; and for th< paving and repaving of KIRK ALLEY. from Lawrence street to Ward street, and fo [the grading, curbing and flagging of ECKERT AVENUE, j from 469.89 ten west of Seymour avenue t< i Osborne terrace, PARKHURST STREET, from Goble stieet to Avenue C. All objections to the payment of said estl mates must be filed with me. in writing, or or before 2 o'clock of Thursday, July 13, 1911 Dated July 7, 1911. M R. S HER HERD, Jy7-6t Chief Engineer. NOTICE OF INTENTION—Board of fitreet am Water Commissioners. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by th' Board of Street and Water Commissioners o the City ol 'Tewark, at a meeting held thi sixth day of July, 1911, and approved b< the Mayor of the City of Newark on th' seventh day of July, 1911, public notice ii hereby given that It Is the Intention of th' Board of Street and Watei Commissioners c the City of Newark, under and by virtue o provisions of the act entitled "An Act to Re vise and Amend the Charter of the City o Newark,” approved March 11th, j*oi. and thi supplements thereto, and the act creating thi Board of Street an-1 Water Commissioners o the City of Newark, approved March 28th 1891. and other public laws of th# State o New Jersey, to older and cause the opening o VERMONT AVENUE for a width of fifty (50) feet from about 141 feet south of Laurel street southerly abou 620 feet to Grove terrace, as hown on a m»i ou file In the offica of the Chief Engineer known as No. 10S9-O, and the opening am widening of GROVE TERRACE by tha addition of a triangular strip at Arllng ton avenue, one side of said triangle extendlni about 180 teet along the new northerly line o Grove terrace, another side extending abou 20 feet along the extension of a property llm intersecting Grove terrace, and the third sid< of the triangle being the present northerly lini of Grove terrace, as shown on a map on fll< In the office of the Chief Engineer, and known as No. 1089-0. Such persons as may object thereto are re quested to present their objections In writing to the clerk of said hoard, at the office of thi Board ot Street and Water Comm last oners City Hall. Newark, on or befr the expire lion of six days from dste of this notice. By direction of the Board of Stieet uu< Water Commissioners of the City of Newark. M. R. NHERKERD. Chief Engineer. Newark. N. J.. July 7, 1911. Jy7-6 [ NOTICE OF INTENTION—Board of Stree and Water Commissioners. Pursuant *o a resolution adopted by th Board of Street and Water Commissioners o the city of Newaik, at a meeting held tn sixth day of July, 1911, and approved by th< Major of the City of Newark on the seventl [day of July, 1912. public t dice is hereb; given that It Is the intention of the Board o Street a.id Water Commissioners of the city o Newark, under and by virtue of provisions o the act entitled An act to revise and ameni the charter or the City of Newark,” Approve March 11. 1867. and the supplements thereto and the act creating the Board of Street am Water Commissioners of the city of Newark approved March 28, )891. and other public law [ of the S'.ate of Ns»v Jersey, to order und cau# the grading, cuib.bg and flagging of DEVINE Si KELT. from Fourteenth avenue to South Change ave nue. together with all tne appurtenances necta aary to complete the same. Such persons as may object thereto are re quested to present their objections In writlni to the clerk of said board, at the office of th Board of Street and Water Commissioner.* City Hall, Newark, on or before the expiratloi of six days from date of this notice. By direction or the Board of Street am Water Commissioner# of the city of Newark. M. R. HHKRRKRD, Chief Engineer. Newark, N. J.. July 7. 1911. Jy7-5 Newark, N. J., July 3, I9il. PUBLIC SALE. Public notice Is hereby given of the sale o about six hundred (600) wooden booths, ute< during past years at general and prlmar; electlona In the city of Newark, N. J. Sealed bids for the same will be received a 12 o’clock noon, Wednesday, July 12, 1911. li the office of the city clerk, Newark, N. J. Booths can be seen in the ballot box depart mem. basement. City Hall. JAMES F. CONNELLY. Jy3-5t City Clark. ' I -— - _ - . __ MARKET CLOSES ! : | RAISES POINT List Featureless and DulN-Penn sylvania Has Slight Rise. NEW YORK. July 7 —Western Mary- j land’s recent large gains were in creased 284 points at the opening of the stock market today. Great North ern Ore certificates gained l’j. but otherwise changes were slight. The ! list was irregular with a downward tendency. Reading. Union Pacific, j Missouri Pacific, American Smelting' and several other Issues lost fractions, i 11 a. m,—The market shook off Its j hesitancy and advanced to slightly above yesterday's closing. Fluotua-! tionfc In the representative stocks were largely unimportant, but some of the inactive specialties moved widely. ■ Virginia Iron jumped 13 points to 97,1 making a 23 point advance In two cays., The rise in the stock started a report - that the U. S. Steel corporation would ! take over the property at par. North- : western gained 2 points and American , i Cotton 011 1 Vi. American Steel Foun dries lost 1V4 on further selling, induced by the suspension of dividends. | Noon—Trading in stocks was at a ! low point during the morning and the narrow movements reflected the lack of speculative interest in the absence of new Influences to supply an incen tive for operations. Traders were un ; willing to engage in extensive ventures ' until after publication of the govern ment crop report on Monday. Short covering In anticipation of a favorable report was largely responsible for the firmness displayed by the market. Fol lowing the ratty in the first hour, stocks eased off slightly, largely as a result of the strong tone of the grain markets. Virginia Iron reacted 8 points from the higli level. Bonds were steady. 1 p. m.—The reactionary movement ! carried 11 a level of prices a fraction under yesterday's closing, where the market became stagnant. The violent ! fluctuations in several manipulated specialties had a restrictive effect on ! the dealings. Underwood Typewriter, which closed yesterday at t008i, and had been 111 last week, dropped to 94 with a slump of 4 points between sales. It recovered afterwards to 98. 2 p. m.— Prices moved in a desul tory fashion in tile aflernoon, and 1 there were few fluctuations of import ance. Much of the day’s dullness as due to the fact that on Monday will he given out the government crop statistics. United States Steel Corpo ration's report on unfilled tonnage and statement of the Copper Producers’ Association on the month’s production, i 3 p. m.—The market closed firm. Cop per stocks were bought on expectations that Monday's official figures will show 4 large curtailment in production Amalgamated Copper and American Smelting Improved a point. An un usually active demand for Plttshurg Cincinnati. Chicago and St. T-ouls caused a rise of 2'i and Pennsylvania also gained n point The market gen erally was featureless and dull. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Following are the quotation* of the dsy's prices, ns furnished through Byrne ft McDonnell, members of the New York Stock Exchange Open.High.Boa Close Amal Copper. 68% (!9A* 6«»* 69% Am Can pf. 84% 84% 84% 84% Ain Car ft F... - 56% 56% 56% 56% Am Cotton Oil— 535, 54% 53%, 54% Am IT ft t. 5 B 5 5 Am Tee Seour. 22>j 23% 22% 23% Atu Smelting ... 79% 80V* 79% 80% Arfl Woolen . 32 32 32 32 At. T ft S Fn... 112 1124, 111% 112% Balt ft Ohio - 108 106% 108 108% Brooklyn R T. . . 81 81% 80% 81% Canadian Pacific 238', 23S% 2.38% 238% l .Ches ft Ohio . 82 82 81% 81% , C. M ft St P. 125% 125% 125% 125% ! Chi ft N W . 148 148 148 148 ’ con Gas . 145 146 145 146 1 Distillers’ Seour.. 36% 36% 36% 36% , Erie . 36% 37% 36% 37% ! Erie 1st pf . 58% 59% 58 58% : Erie 2d pf. 47% 48% 47% 48 : Ot Northern pf .. 135% 136% 135% 136 1 General Electric . 161'* 161% 161% 161% ; Interboro Met .. 17% 17% 17% 17% Jnterboro Met pf 504* 50% 50% 67% K C Southern_ 34** .34% 34% 34% Louis ft- Nash.151 151 151 151 M. St P ft S S M 142 142% 142 142',* Mo Pacific. 48% 49 48% 46% Mo, K ft Tex- 35% 35% 35% 36% National Lead. .. 65% 55% 56'* 55% N Y Centra! . 109% 109'* 109 109 N Y. O ft W. 45% 45% 47.% 45% Norfolk . 109% 109% 109% 109% North Pacific _132V* 132% 131% 132 Pennsylvania - 124% 125 4* 1246* 125% Pittsburg Coal pf. 8.5% 85% 85% 85% Reading . 169 169% 158% 138% Rep I ft S pf.... 93% 93% 93% 93% : Hock Island . 31% 32 31% 31% ’ Sloss-Bheffield .. . 48% 4-8% 48% 48% Southern Pacific.. 122% 122% 121% 121% Southern Rv. 30% 31% 30% 31% Southern Ry rf-■. 71% 71% 71% 71% Texas ft Pacific.. 28V* 28% 28 28 Tnl, St L ft W_ 22 22% 22 22% Tol, St T. ft W pf. 47% 47% 47% 47% Union Pnclfic. 186% 187% 186% 187% U S Rubber. 41% 42% 41% 42% U S Steel. 78% 79% 78% 78% U 8 Steel pf. 118% 118% 118% lft% Wabash pf. .35% 35% 35 35 Western Union... 79 79 79 79 Wcstlnghouae El. 75% 76% 75% 76'* NEW YORK CURB MARKET. The following New York Curh quo tations are furnished and corrected by I Charles A. Stoneham & Co.. 54 Broad | street. New York: Bid.Asked Bay State Gas.37 .50 I Brit Col Cop . 5.00 5.25 [•Buffalo . 1.60 2/0 Butte & N Y.12 .50 ! Butte Coalition . 18.75 19.25 i Carlsa .15 .20 1 |‘Cobalt Central.02 .03 | ‘Colorado .47 48 ! Comb Frao.08 .10 |C O D Con. 07 .09 ! ‘Crown Reserve . 3 01 3 50 , Cum-Ely Min . 5.00 10 0.1 I Daisy.07 .08 ’ I Davls-D Cop .75 1.00 Ely Cons.43 .50 First National . 1.12 1.50 •Florence Goldfield . 125 1.60 Giroux Min . 6.25 6.60 ISreene-Can . 7.26 7.60 nsplra Cop . 8.50 8.62 Kerr Lake. 6.00 6.12 J La Rose Con. 4.18 4.31 . Mason Valley. 9.00 9.60 < Mines Cfo of Am. 5.25 6.50 Montezuma of C Rica. .01 Mont Shoshone.02 .05 1 Montana Tonopah.70 .75 N-Utah Min & Smelt... .76 .81 ( Nip Mines Co. 10.00 10.26 ( jhlo Copper . 1 62 1.68 j Rawhide Coal .05 . 06 j P.ay Central . 1.62 1.68 'liver Leaf.03 .06 'Sioux Cons .26 .29 1 5outh Utah .88 .87 ! Sup A Pitts . 16.00 17.00 1 ronopab Belmont . 6.12 6.25 1’on Exten . 93 .97 ‘Tonopah Min. 6.62 6.75 Tri-Bulllon .25 27 Trinity . 4.00 4.50 Tuolumne Cop .. 4.26 4.75 •Unde Sam .59 60 Union Mines .31 43 United Copper . 2.25 3.00 ‘Ytteon (Told . 3.93 4.06 May Day . 12 .13 •Dividend Payers. FINANCIAL NOTES. An Increase of about 30 per rent. In gross receipts was the result of the operations by the Lancaster and York Street Railway tn June The surplus of the Interborough Rapid Transit for eleven months ended May 31 amounted to 34.870.763. avail able for dividends, a decrease of 3831, 088 The Philadelphia Stock Exchange has Increased Its charge for listing each additional 31,000.000 of capital stock, after an original listing, from 315 to 825. The charge for original llRting 1s Increased In the same ratio beyond the first million. The Corn Exchange Natonal Bank j has been appointed reserve agent of ] the Gadsen National Bank, of Gadsen. I Ala. The Franklin Trust Company, of Brooklyn, has approved a reduction of Its capital stock from 81,500,000 to $1,000,000. The $500,000 was added to the surplus. Shipments of finished steel b5' thej United States Steel Corporation in the ' last two weeks of June were at the 1 rate of 10.000,000 tons a year, indicating j net earnings of about $130,000,000 yearly, or on an annual rate or $31,000 1 tn excess of all requirements. PRICES OF BONDS. The following quotations were fur nished by Post A Flagg: Onen. High. Low. Close Allis Chalmers 5s. 77% .j Am Tobacco 4s.... 88% SS% 88% 88%’ Am Tobacco 6s.... 103% 103% 103% 103% At. T A S F 4s.. . 98% . Am Hide A I, 6s.. 99% 99% 99% 90% Beth Steel 5s. 95% 95% 95% 95% Balt A Ohio is.... 98% 98% 98% 98% Brooklyn R T 4s. 86 . Cent Leather 5s.. 99% . Ches A- Ohio 4%s. 101 . Ches A Ohio cvn. 957i 96 95% 96 C, HU Pac 4s... 9o% ! | Colo & So 4Vjs.... 99 I j D Co of A 5s. 78V; j Erlfl evt, wr A.... 90 j Erie rvt. ser B... 79% 80 79 % 80 Erie O Mt L 4s 79% 79% 79 79 j Ini R T 5s. 104 . Inti Paper 5s. 85%. .. Inter Pump 5.s_ 94% I Int M A M 4%s.. 67% j K C, FA M 4a... 80% j Lake Shore 4s... 91% .] M. K * T 2d. 84% . M K A T 4%s.... 81 % . Mo Pacific 4s. 77% .- .... Mo Pacific oonvt 93 . Nat R.v of Max 4s 84 . N R of M 4%s... 92% . N Y C A L S 3%s 79 . Nor Pacific 4s... 99% 99% 99% 99% Nor A West 4s... 98 . N A W corn- 4s.. 108% . Pennsy conv. 98% . Pennsy 1915s. 96% . Pttblb' Service 5s 94 . Reading Gen 4s.. 98% . -«t L S 1st 4s. 92% .. South Pac con 4s 99 99% 99 99 South RV 5s. 108% 108% 108 108 iTex A Pac 1st*.... 110% . Union Pac 1st 4s 101% 101% 100% 101 tr S 8 8 S F 5s. . . 105% 106% 105% 105% V S Rubber 6s.. . 105 . IV P Ter ?d ctfs.. 3% .1 Wabash in. . 66 .j W Maryland 4s. 88 88% 88 88% Wisconsin 4s. 98% . ; Westlnghouse con 9474 . PHILADELPHIA STOCK MARKET. The following quotations were fur nished by Eisele A King: Bid.Asked I American Railway Co. 43% 44 Cambria Iron . 44 ! f 'ambrla Steel . 44% 45 ! Storage . 54% 54% i E A P 4R . 90% 9 % : I.ejtlgh Valley . 86% 87% ; Lake Superior Corporation.. 25 26 | N J Con Trac . 75 76 I N J Con Tract 5s.105 | Philadelphia com. 55 56 j Philadelphia pf. 43% 44 ; Philadelphia Elec . 17% 17% ! Philadelphia Elec 4a. 80 80% j Philadelphia Elec 5s. 103% 104 1 Pennsylvania . 62% 62% Philadelphia Tract . 85% 86% I Reading . 79% 79% 1 Reading 4s . 98 98% ! United N J R R A Canal .. 240% _ ! U G 1 ... 87 87% ! Union Railway 4s.. 77% 77% | Union Traction . 49% 49% r S steel .. 78% 78% i Warwick . 10 10% TO GUARANTEE COAL BONDS. ALBANY. July 7. The up-Btate Pub lic Service Commission yesterday au thorized the New York central ar.d Hudson River Railroad Company to | guarantee the payment of the principal land Interest of the bonds of the Clear Held Bituminous Coal Corporation, ag : gregating $2,600,000. The capital stock ' of the cool company Is owned by the New York Central, having been ac quired for the purpose of securing a permanent supply of coal for its use. The Clearfield Company proposes to purchase the assets of the Pennsyl vania Coal and Coke Company, which Is now In the hands of a receiver. THE LONDON MARKET. LONDON, July 7.—American securi ties opened around parity and moved irregularly. At noon the market was quiet, with prices ranging from % higher to % below yesterday’s closing Rain Seports and New York buying helped along the advance in the after noon. The close was steady. ' — ^ ^ " ~' \ LOCAL SECURITIES. | The bid sod aeked price* appended ire furnished through KUelr A Kin*’ ELECTRIC. GAS. ETC. Bid. Asked lellulold Co . 130 134 .’on Trac of N J. 76 76 issex & Hudson Gas. 140 146 iudson Co Gas. 137 140 few ark Con Gas. 97 H 9814 lew Jersey Zinc Co. 400 .. ^ hiblic Service ctfs....... 10614 107 ’ubllc Service Stock. 118 119 lapld Transit St Rv Co... 237 ... linger Mfg Co. 275 louth Jersey Gas. 134 137 BANK STOCKS. :ity Trust Co. 1*0 Pssejc County Nat Bank... 300 .. federal Trust Co. 220 228 fidelity Trust Co. 785 800 ronbound Trust Co. 203 210 Manufacturers’ Nat Bank.. 250 ... Merchants' Nat Bank . 256 Mutual Trust Co of Orange 100 Newark Trust Co. 155 Nat Newark Banking Co.. 390 400 National State Bank. 225 235 North Ward Nat Bank. 390 400 ’nlon National Bank . 400 410 (Vest Side Trust Co. 245 LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE. American Fire . 485 Colonial Life. 850 Firemen's Insurance . 485 Newark Fire. 320 .. Prudential . 400 ... BONDS. Hon Tract let os, 1933.. 1041, 10514 Hudson Co Gas 1st 5s, 1949 1031, 104 J C, Hob & Rat 4*. 1949 .. 76 77 Nwk Con Gas con 5s. 1948. 105 10514 ! Newark Oas Co 1st 6s, 1944 127 130 IN J St Ry 1st 4s, 1948. 77 78 □ & Pas Val 1st 5s. 1938... 92 95 Public Service G M 5s, 1959 9314 94 S Jersey Gas 1st 6s. 1953 98 ’, 99 United Elec Co 1st 4s, 1949 78 7814 THE CHICAGO MARKET. CHICAGO. July 7.—Export stales here and disquieting news from Morocco helped give a bullish tone today to the market for wheat. The trade was in fluenced also by an expected falling oft In world shipments and by apprehen sion of continued dry weather In the wheat district of India. Cool and other wise favorable conditions In the Amer ican Northwest, however, had a re straining effect. The opening was the same as last night to *4 up. Septem ber started at 9014 to 9014. unchanged to 14 higher and ascended to 9114. Belief that with clear skies there would soon he warmer temperatures resulted In commission houses gener ally taking the buying side of the corn market. Sentiment was also effected by Argentine reports of small arrivals and poor quality at that. September opened 8s to 114 higher at 6484 to 6614 and advanced to 6584igi658t. Shorts and new Investors competed In lively fashion for oats. Offerings were decidedly scarce. September started a shade off to 14^*4 higher at 4614 to 4514 and rose to 46’4. Strength of this made provisions firm. Early sales were unchanged to 1214 up. with September delivery 16.621, for pork. 8.87', for lard and 8.47V4 for ribs. THE COTTON MARKET. NEW YORK, July 7.—The cotton market opened today at a decline ot 1 to 4 points on the old crop and 8 to 12 points on the new crop positions in response to lower cables and further rains or showers In the drouthy sec tions of the Southwest. There whs a good deal of scattering liquidation and considerable southern selling at the Ini tial decline, but there was some trade buying and shorts were taking profits on a scale active enough to rally the market B or 6 points from the opening figures during the early trading. The western belt forecast for unsettled weather and continue 1 showers pre vented any aggressive buying, how ever. and the market during the mid dle of the morning was nervous and unsettled with new crop positions still showing a net loss of sonic f> or 7 points. The circulation of July notices weak ened the old crop positions later in the morning with July and August selling off to a net decline of 10 to 13 points, while the new crop continued nervous and Irregular, ranging from 6 to 10 points under the closing figures of Inst night with the tone fairly Steady at the decline, ow Ing to the ten dency Of shorts and trade Interests to become better buyers on dips toward the 13-eent level. THE PROVISION MARKET. NEW YORK, July 7.—Flour—Steady but quiet Wheat—Dry and warmer weather Northwest. in 'icstlnns of lighter world’s shipments Monday, buying by shorts and commission houses, together with the corn strength resulted in a moderate advanre In wheat early September, 95%'’<196%. Reef -Steady. Pork -Steady: mess. 17.25@17.S0. Lard -Easy; middle West, S.2.V0"; 33 nominal. Raw Sugar- Firm: muscovado. 89 tent, 8.55: centrifugal. 96 test. 4.05; mo lasses, *9 test. 3.30; refined, ste.arv. Petroleum—Steady; spot coffee, firm; molasses, steady Hay—Firm Poultry Alive, slow and In consider able surplus: spring chickens. 20®21; fowls. 12%ff13: turkeys. 11. Dressed slow and easy; Western broilers, 17@22; fowls, Western. 12@15; turkeys. 12915. $ 1,655,000 SUIT LOST. NEW YORK. July 7.--Supreme Court Justice Lehman dlamlssed Wednesday a suit for $1,635,000 damages brought against the Knickerbocker Trust Com pany by Andrew W. Kaulbach and Oscar C. Wheeler The defendant wat trustee of a $4,000,000 bond issue for the Toledo, Marshall and Northern railroad In 1905. The complaint says the next year the plaintiffs got contro: of the road under a syndicate agree ment and arranged to withdraw the previous bond Issue and Issue a new one for $4,480,000. The defendant wouldn’t cancel the original bonds bu! disposed of them, and the suit wnf based on tile profits the plaintiffs failed to make through selling the new bonds THE PRODUCE MARKET. NEW YORK, July 7.—Butter Steady; receipts, 5,398; process specials, 21%; do. extras, 21. Cheese—Firm: receipts. 3,018; State whole milk dairies, and best, 12%. Eggs—Irregular; receipts, 12,237; prices unchanged. DECREASE IN LONDON IMPORTS. LONDON, July 7.—The board of trade returns for the month of June . hows a decrease In Imports of $17,619,600, mostly raw material, of which $10,000,000 rep resented oils and rubber. The export* increased $6,667,500. principally cotton textiles. ■ Byrne & McDonnell Members of N. Y. Stock Exchange 776 Broad St., Newark, N. J. WILLIAM F. KING MANAGER TELEPHONE 1800 MARKET OFFICE 50 Broadway, New York ChartesA. Stoneham&Co Mining Curb Brokers 54 Brosd Street, New York SPECIALISTS IN ALL LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES Up-to-date reports (SENT FREE) containing latent authentic information on any stock you may be Interested In ESTABLISHED 1861 WARREN N. TRUSDELL & CO. Dealers h Stocks and Bonds Bank, Gas and Insurance Stocks a .Specialty. H grade Investment Securities. 780 BROAD STREET REAL ESTATE. TRANSFERS. NEWARK. B. Adalbert Frailer to Katharina Bren, e 8 Clinton pi, 150 ft » fr Fisher av. 25x100 . $1 Catharine Erhard and hue to Rebec a Mueblfelder, u s tfprtngfleld av, 50 ft w fr Bergen st, 25x103 . 1 Ellis Hlmber to Morris Weissbord, n w cor New Jersey Railroad av and Tichenor st. 13x56 . 1 Helen M. Breek to Mary C. Ward, n s Watson av, 400 ft fr Hunter- * don st, 26x100 ...*. 1 Ann T. Wbealau and hua to Henry Robrecht, e s Summer av. s fr Bryant st. 25x102 . 1 Chester L. L. Colton to Johu Pell & Hon, n e cor Hermou and Tichenor ats, 100x110 . 1 Frank A. Weils to William Roe buck, e s Wllsey st, 121 It fr Acad emy st, 26x32 .... 1 West Newark Building and Loan As sociation to Frank Warner, w s S. 10th st, 376 ft lr Woodland av, 25x90 . 1 Joseph Volz (exr) to Franz Young ling, w m Hunterdon at. 325 ft fr W. Bank st. 26x100 . 2,500 Anna Al. W ritt to William J. Dar-# gin, e 8 N. tith st, 175 ft fr Dick erson st, 25x100 . I Lizzie Carragber to Samuel Uorof sky et al. w s Summer av, 312 ft tr Verona av, 25x100.4. 1 Charles F. Nester et al to David L. lielier, w s Washington at. 47 It fr \V. Kinney st, 30xHni . 1 Merafelder Construction Co. to Ernst A. Kngler, e a Baldwin av, 104 tt fr Avon av, 37x111 . 1 | Anthony Roth to August J. Bauer I uebl, Jr., w* s N. 13tb st, 403 ft a i tr Park av, 23x100 . 1 Moritz Fnisfcclie to Antoulo Soli mene, w s Fairmount av, 175 ft s fr 14tll u\, 25x105 . 1 Stephen o. Lockwood et al (exrsj to Pietro Padula, s s Nichols st, 400 ft » e tr Jefferson st, 45x90. 1.150 Same to Salvatore Nlcolette, s a Nichols st, 352 ft fr Jefterson at, 24x96 . 775 Same to Carmine Seuorzo, n b Nichols st. 331 tt fr Jetfersou st, 25x89 . 800 Mary E. Wrignt (exrxi to Annie 1 Murphy, s s State st, 2<S ft fr High i st. Itoxyo . 3.000 Joseph S. Murphy to Mary E. i w right, same property. i 1 Harry Berger .o Louin Brotistein et al, e s Woodside av. 464 tt fr ileller parkway, 30x123 . 1 Regina Weis stein and hus to Sadie Hausmaun, w * Camden st, 2J0 ft n tr Cabinet st. 26x113. 1 Sadie Haiismann to Samuel Weis btein. same property. 1 Samuel wclsstein to badie Haus uiaun, tame property. 1 Abraham Schaen to Jennie Praun siein. s e cor lot No. 9s. rnp.p A. W. Corey, 30x100. 1 William narrigan <shft> to Louis Drey full, b e cor Holland and Gold hts, icoxiuo . 8,000 Esther T. Mulvey and hus to Mary j Mahon et al. w s Joseph st. 126 ft fr Lister av. 50x100. and other tract 1 V* iiliain Harrigan (shff) to Joseph Seher, w s Somerset st. 91 ft n fr Waverly av. 22x159 . 4.302 | Joseph Davis to Fairchild-Baldwin i Co., s e cor S Orange av and Freeman st. 34x112, and other tracts 1 ! Louis H. Arnold to Joseph Tatarko et al. w s h. 17th st. 560 » fr 16th av, 25x190 . 1 Rutherford H. Taylor (adm) to Amelia Hedden. w s Mndison av, 425 ft fr >’HIT st. 76x100. 8.400 Minnie Kurz to Salvatore Calabrese, ! n s Hth av. w fr Maple av. 23x100. i I Edward G. Street et al to C'yuthla F. Dryden, e s Broad st. 249 ft fr K. Kinney st. 78x252. 1 Thomas W. Lo'kwood (exr) to same. 1 same property. ..83,000 TOWNSHIPS. ! John W. Gusman to Ida R Condlt, Essex Fells, mid Roselaud av, in ; lino of Id James AV. Paul, jr., 95x247; and other courses. 1 i Margaret R. Hayward et al to Ellen *■ Stevens. W. Orange, s s Elm st, 1 60 ft n w fr Warren st. 50x100... 1 (Realty Improvement Co. to Janie* j P. O’Nrlll, Montclair, cen of a new Ft. 700 ft e lr Grove st. 109x191. .. 1 Ernest S. Sufferu to same, Moniclai*. cen of n new st, <90 ft o fr Grove j st. 150x11*3. and Other tract. 1 'Theodore Cadmus et al to Wiliam H. Hnys, Bloomfield, n s Ids W. H. Hays, e s of Ids Theodore Cadmus, I. 7) ft lr Thomas st. :> xiS' . 1 Sarah J. Puduey et al to Minnie M. Ford, Belleville, e s DeWitt av, 550 ' ft fr John st. 60x161 ... 1 Adolph L. Braun et al to Howard O. Bradford. E. Orange, n s Eaton pi, ,1 ft e fr N. mill st. 29x99 . i ! William B. McLain Realty Co. to Charles Meuci*-. Bloomfield, s 8 Myrtle av. <• fr Ketuer at, 25x75— 450 I Fairchild-Baldwin Co. t-* Joseph Davis. E. Orange, a e s Baldwin st. 14 ft u tr Main st, 68x100. I ; Albert Braner to Robert lleinzeiliug i (trust). Nutley, n s Kingsiaud st. 56 t> w tr Windsor pi. 56x15(1. 1 ! Walter S. Macitib sh to Jane F. Fail, W Orange, a s Lawrence av, 523 ft fr S. Valle> st, 50x125 . 1 Meindert Boon to Hermann Kluge. Montclair, u s Crescent. 50 tt tr Bradford pi. 30x100 . 1 James G. AN iiliams et al to Henry Duseubury. jr.. Cedar Grove, cen of id to A. Bowden’s cotton mill, cor Ids Mary Coulter, 184x847 .. 1 Emma Blckler to Philip Bickler, Bloomfield, e s Thomas st. 668 ft n fr AYashington st. 42x231. 1 Louis Sembush to George B. Hop ping. Bloomfield, e s Orchard at, 303 ft fr Montgomery st, 50x174. 1 Davis Construction Co. to Fairchild Baldwin Co., K. Orange, n e cor Halstead st and Rhode Islam, av, lUOxlOO . » Christian 'tall to Sunshine H. hord, Reseland, helnc part of home steml farm of Christian Rail, s w , Eagle Rock av. 336-1000 acre. 100 Arthur D Crane Co. to Charles Vogtli, Irvington, n w s Brook side av. 126 ft n e fr Avon av. 25x100 .. t Thlrxa Mooney to William H. V. Reirner, E. Oranire. s s Academy st. ICO ft s fr Thompson st. 26x136.. ( '