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t BARTON—On August 14. mil. at 224 j Hillside avenue. Lyons Farms. Fannie | L., daughter of the* late Andrew L». 1 and Buphemia Barton. Funeral services will be held at the ; home of her brother, William IT. Barton. 400 Orange street. Newark. 1 on Thursday afternoon, August 17. at 3 o'clock. Relatives ami friends are kindly invited. Interment at Fair* mount Cemetery. BLUM—On Monday. August 14, 1911. Mai'.v W. Blum (nee Koehler), aged 73 years. / • beloved wife of Carl W. Blunc Relatives and friends are Invited lo i attend the funeral services from the late residence. Glfc South Eighteenth) street, on Thursday. August 17, at 2 p. m. Interment !u Woodland Cemetery. 1 4. DEAN—At Bast Orange. N. J., Tuesday. August 15. 1911, Violet K.. wife of Morton IT. Dean, in her 23d year. 362 Central m avenue. Bast Orange. It DESMOND. Martha Canlp—Died hit Peak's j Island. Me., on August 13. 1911. Martha | Camp Desmond, aged 72 years. 160 Pa-' rifle street. k DREMER- At Irvington, on August 14. 1911. Agatha, beloved wife of the late ; John ITreher. aged 77 years 6 months' 10 days. 138 Nineteenth avenue, Irv ington. ELLIOTT—On August H. Catherine M.« beloved widow of Robert H. Elliott. Relatives and friends are kindly invited ; to attend the funeral from the residence * of her son. Mr. John II. Elliott, 87 Ann street, on Thursday, the 17hh. at 8 a. m.. to St. James’s Church, where a Solemn , High Mass of Requiem will he offered i for the repose of her soul. Interment hi the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. | HAINES—On August 14. 1911. Mary V. be ; loved wife of Francis D. Haines and 1 daughter of the Inte John W. and Re becca Root. 425 East 136th street New York city. •' HARKINS- At Bloomfield. X. J.. on Au gust 15. 1911. Daniel F.. beloved hus band of Anna Harkins (nee Concan f none 661 Bloomfield avenue. KEENAN On August 15. 1911, at his* late residence. 38 Newark street. Janies, hus band of the late Catherine Keenan Notice of funeral hereafter. LK BLOND -' >n August 15. 1911. Marie.' r 1 widow of Lewis Leblond. in her 54th j year. 275 Verona avenue. LOVELESS—At Orange. N. J.. August 1 14. 1911. Emma J.. wife, of Erving I 4 Loveless, and daughter of Mr. and \ Mrs. Charles N. Wurth, aged 34 years. 1 4 5 Park place. H LYNCH—On August 15. 1911. at hi* late j residence. 24 Brill street. James, beloved j husband of Margaret Lynch (nee Hart) \ Notice of funeral hereafter. y. MADTfiON At 56 North Arlington aventje. 1 East Orange. N. J.. on Wednesday. I August 16. Charles H. Madison, In Ills 70th year. ■ MILLER-On August 15. 1911. Catherine.! beloved wife of John Miller, 157 Grant j avenue, East Newark. B PEDERSON—At Kiran. Norway. August. 2, ; 1911. Peder Pederson, the beloved hus- I band of Laura Pederson (nee Joues). of No. 96 GarHson street, city. ft SI EBER—-Entered into rest, on Tups- \ dav. August 15. 1911. Johann Sleber, 1 m aged 75 years. SIGLER Entered in1o rest, at Montclair. 1 B N: J.. on August 15. 1911. Lillie A. ] Sigler, beloved wife of Ambrose B. 1 Sigler, in her 42d year. Relatives and frltends ate invited to 1stt< nd the funeral services, at her late j residence. t>6 Volley road. Montclair. N. J.. on Friday. August 18. at 2:30 p. m. Interment in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. | 8TRAHAN —On Wednesday. August 16. 1911. John Windrum Btralian. In his 64th year. Funeral services will be held at his late home, 595 High street, on Friday, August 18. at 3 p. m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Interment, private. 8TPOHMEIKR On Tuesday. August 15. 1911. Jacob, beloved husband of Cath arine Strohmaier (nee SteltsV aged 56 years and 23 days. 35 Kossuth street. TIERNEY—Entered into rest, on Tuesday. August 15, 1911. John J.. beloved father of Julia A. Donnelly. Leon. Howard and Martfaretta Tiernev. aged 62 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Thurs day. August 17. at 8:30 a. 111. from bis *on-in-1aw’s residence. Joseph Don nelly. 43 Park avenue, to St. Michael’s church, where a High Mass of Requiem will be celebrated for the repose of his soul. Interment In Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. WELLS- At Madison. N. J.. on August 15. 1911. Charles A. Wells, aged 39 years. Funeral services will be held at ills late residence. Rosedale avenue. Madi son. on Friday. August 18. at 1:45 p. ni. j Interment nt Alt. Pleasant Cemetery. YEOMANS—On August 15. 1911. Man ning R.. beloved husband of Cath erine Yeomans (nee Esher). 211 Clif ton avenue. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. People’s Burial Co. 380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave. 89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N. J. WILL FURNISH FOR $75.00 elegant casket, covered with flue black broad w. cloth, white or stiver gray plush, with massive W ba** handle*’, engraved nameplate* lined with if silk or satin, outside case, embalming, adver tising. dressing, shaving, crucifix candelabra, 1 gloves, chairs, hearse and three coaches to any i city cemetery. We furnish for $45.00 a funeral that measures up to any uusl uurle - taker $90.00 funeral. Funeral nail ore free. PHONE 2»7 BRANCH BROOK. Newark Burial Co. 534 BROAD STREET, Rerween Bridge and Lombardy streeis. For $65.00 we sg-ee to supply Black Broadcloth. White nOalL Imitation Oak Casket. Handle?. Plate, Interior Lined Complete. Outside Pine Box. | Embalming. Newspaper Notice. Use of Rug. j |i Pedestal, Crepe. Camp Chairs. Hearse, Three Coaches any City Cemetery, Services of ! >, Funetal Directors. Parlors for funeral in collection. EHum 534 Broad St. .1 & A. W. HARTTJ. Funeral Directors and Coach Owners. l»:> South Orange avenue. Phone Market 2. 1 WM. F. MULLIN'. UNDERTAKER. 228 Lafayette street. Phone 660 Market. j r -- —.— JAMES' 8. MULLIN'. Undertaker. 323 I^fayette street Thone 3102 Market. Branch. 29 Irving street. j FRANK A. FOLEY. Funeral Director and Kmhalmer. 302 I«afayette street. Phone 573$ Market. , CEMETERIES. GLEN RIDGE CEMETERY y : Franklin a\ and .loraletuon st . Bloomfield. Ifeik N- J-; t*L 1843-J, Bloomfield. Plot. 4 graves and over. $65 up. Graves, adults, $11 LOS l AND FOUND. DOG—Losi. little Yorkshire terrier, answers to name "Gossoon " Suitable reward if re turned to THE POPLARS, 153 Raymond av.. South Orange. . LOST—Monday, between Warrington pi. and j Ampere station, gold and pearl pin. Re- 1 port GAITES. 61 Warrington pi.. East Or- | ange; phone 888-R;_ liberal reward. LOOT—-Key-ring, with several keys and silver knife, in Olympic Park or vicinity. W. K. VANDERPQOL, 27 Mechanic st. FATHER WENT TO WORK. "What’s your husband so angry about?" "He's been out of work six weeks." "I should think that would suit him S first-rate. "That's it! He's just got a Job.’— MeggendorCer Blactter. | "The Bathers” f. Ocean Qate,N.J. THE IDEAL SHORE RESORt | On hast Jersey Coast. Short ride from Point Pleasant. Sea Girt aod Bay Head. Not a burn- | Ing sand dune proposition; on the contrary. It en com parses a clean, sandy beach of miles, tonic- I laden pine groves, velvety lawns. ; fruit orchards and swept by breezes | OCEAN, BAY /y\'D RIVER ITS OTHER ADVANTAGES ARE Water Main* through the streets, yacht club, board tea Ik, station on the ground, tree docks, free bathing 1 houses, fire department. Choice Sites as Low as $IOO-$4 Monthly Shore Fronts. Business and ' Other Sites Higher t ree Guest Train Sunday Write, call or 'phone for Tickets Great Eastern Bldg. Corp. 671 BROAD STREET Open MvpultigN. phone 210.*! Market F.llxahefli Offices 120 Broad Street -- - ' - - 7 A Check for $100 i Or a Home Site Free At Boynton Beach Heights FUR THE NEATEST CORRECT SOI.U- j TIjONH OF THIS PEZZI.E: 13321 i_i Rearrange the number* so that when added together in every direction they will give the total to. TO THE 2 CONTESTANTS SENDING THE NEATEST CORRECT ANSWERS WE WILE GIVE A FREE EOT (25x100). To tho 50 rontestants sending the next neatest correct answers we will give a . redIt check good for $100 on the purchase of any of our unsold lots at Boynton Reach Heights (between Port Reading and Perth Amboy. N. J.), 30 mlnuten from New York, with tunnel and aub'way con nections. Address Q. E. DAVIS, Manager Dtpt. N. $., 26 Cortlandt Street, N. Y. Content closes August 10 REAL ESTATE. TRANSFERS. NEWARK. William Ha r rig an (shff) to Mutual Building and Loan Assn., w s Hawkins st. 50 ft n fr Bonykamper av. 27x105 . $3,500 t Harry Kaufman to Hey man Sudler. e » MoumoutU st. 399 ft w fr Waverly pi, 24x100. 1 < Elizabeth S. Gould and hits to Harry Kaufman, same prop. I ! Aetna Realty Co. to Lizzie Newman and bus, m w s Whittier pi. 200 it w fr Frelingbuysen av, 25x100— 1 I Business Men’s Realty Co. to George K. Scbelder. e ft 5th st, 37J ft n fr 1st av, 34x100. 1 1 Dora Nadel to Herman Fulirmelstei. w s Stratford pi, 118 ft h fr Rose st. 24x100 . 1 Forest Hill Assn, to LUward W. Van Wageucn, s s Heller pkwy. w fr De Graw av. 50x105. 1 Herbert Austin et al to Flor Helen Realty Co., e s Newark st, 130 fi fr Sussex nv. 58x30. 1 John Schleek io Etminuele Vito, c «< Lake st. 289 ft n fr 5th nv. 25x100.. 1 Miles I Cony man to Julius Koch, n s Grafton a\. e fr Woodsldf* av 01x109 ..* 1 Sarah Gordon and hus to Milton J. Gordon, s w cor Morton and Prince sts. 25x100 . j Jabez K. Wolff to Mark H. Wotiz e s S. 8th st, 375 ft fi 11th av, 25x100 . . I Ernest Mueller to Joseph Wein schenk. w s 8. 7th st. 210 ft n fr . Springfield av. 22x68. i 1 George Brown. ,ir.. to Domenica L Snnuccl. s s Hunter st 112 ft fr F reU nghu.v sen av, 25x100. j ! Abraham Glussner et al to Antonio ' Rinaldi et al. n s 11th av. 125 ft w fr Littleton av. 25x31: and other tra-t. 11 TOWNSHIPS. Franz Berg to Max Danzia, \v. or ange. s e cor Washington st and \ alley rd. 94xJ10 . , : Philip .J. Bowers to I.ijlgi iJofoue Nutley. II s King st, IPS ft „ fr St. Mary's pi. 25x9(1 . ! James IT. 'Winchester to FlorenV'c I’ ! Hunt, K. Orange. 11 e s Stale si •314 ft 11 fr HUlver st. 70x145.. ' j . Florence P. Hunt to Mary 1 . \\ j„ Chester, K. Orange, same prnpero 1 Fraul! A. Sweezy et al to Martin Pielka. Nutley, lots 35. 30. 37. 3s. Bloomfield Heights. \ Charles W. Fryhoffer et al to Charles 11. Pool. Nutle.v, s s MountaInview nv, 813 ft fr Prospect nv. 50x167; and other tract. 1 , Whitrege Realty Co. to Mary Or- I mond. Nutley. lots 29. 30, blk A. map 1st party . 1 ; Annie A. Willis et al (exrs) to Henry Grobert. E. Grange, s w cor Cen tral av and Halstead st. 45x1*50_ 8.000 j Charles S. Simonson to Joseph Orr et al. Verona, e cor Id M. L. Win gett. 158 ft fr Linden st, 50x158 . 1 j Henry L. Terbune to Margaret Swee ney, Montclair, w s Pleasant av. J77 ft ti fr Hilltop pi, 79x229. 1 Frank W. Miller * to ErastUB W. Beach. Caldwell, cen Central av. cor Id Joseph T. Farrington, jr., % acre . 1 Jakob Zimmerer to William H. Blck el. Nutley. n a Chase st, 218 ft e fr I-ocust st, 50x100 . 1 I Breakenrldge & Tkheuor, Inc., to Ludwig Cieslinakl et til. Irvington, n s I9th av. 375 ft w fr Grove st. 25x100 . 1 j Christopher Blank to Irvington Realty Co.. Irvington, e s Florence av. n fr f.aurel av. 31x100. 1 ! Mary « . Taylor and hus to Bernard Cunningham, Mlllburn, s s Spring field av, n w cot Id P. C. M• t’hesney. 35x189 . 1 Bury S. Woodruff and hus to Stella M. Binder and hus. Orange, a s Hun.pton ter. 454 ft w fr Harrison st, 34x75 . 1 ’ BODY’S SALT LEAKS OUT; CAUSES HEAT PROSTRATION fSpecial to the Newark Star.] MUNICH. Germany. Aug. l8.~Dr George Hirth, a famous German physi clan, says that h:ta; prostrations are caused by the abstraction of salt from the body- explaining that during tha course of one real bot day a person engaged in heavy pnysical labor may icse thirty or even as many us fort' grams of salt, a quantity not replaced in the ordinary course by food. He advises the drinking of large quantities of water because water attracts the remaining salt reserves of the body an 1 prevents thickening jf the blood. • | IN THE WORLD OF FINANCE | DECLINE IN PRICES NDT CHECKED JUT SELLING LESSENS Adverse Crop Report Sends Canadian Pacific Down Six Points. NEW YORK. Aug. 16. A heavy tom developed in the stock market at the opening today. Canadian Pacific, wind was off over 2 points in London do cllned 4 points here, w ith a loss of 1% In Northern Pacific, and 1 point lossct in Reading. Amalgamated Copper anc Union Pacific. Texas Company de clined ", The balance of the list shower marked declines, with practically ni gains. 11 a. m.—The selling decreased some what soon after the opening, bu prices continued to decline. The alt point loss In Canadian Pacific resultet from reports of adverse crop coil'll tlons in Canada. There was no newi to account for the further liquldatloi in the Harrimans. Losses other thai those recorded at the opening ran fruit a point or more in the active group t< four in Rock Island preferred and flv< in U. S. Pipe preferred. Noon—The market was again at tacked in the second hour. Union Pa rifle being once more the weakest fea tore. On the floor of the exehang various rumors concerning that stoc-1 were in circulation. One of the ■ we that the Harrlman estate had Ions since disposed of the greater part o its holdings. The rumor received n little credence, although impossible o verification in official quarters. Unloi Pacific had fallen to a new- low’ recor' with a loss of 4 points by midday, ant lower levels for the present movement were also recorded by Southern Pa eifle, Canadian Pacific. Lehigh Valle; and Amalgamated Copper. Unite! States Steel and many standard stock were within small fractions of tha level. Delaware. Lackawanna am Western fell 10 points and Texas Com pany S. Bonds were easy . I p. m.—Midday declines were fol lowed by another brief period of com parative quiet, which had no effect ii checking the movement. Union Faelfi was again the objective point, with a. Increase of the pressure against Unite, States Steel, thnt stock ranking wttl the many others which had touched , low record for the movement. By o'clock the more pronounced decline were Texas Company. 10 points; Roe! Island preferred. 6; Union Pacific. 3 United States Steel. 3: Reading. 3% Lehigh Valley 3%; St Paul. 3%, am Southern Pacific. 2%. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANOE. Following are the quotations of th cay's prices, n« furnished throug Byrne ft McDonnell, members of th Now Turk Stock Exchange. Open 1:1E Allis-Chalmers . 6% 6* Amal Copper . 61% 39” Ant Agrl Client. 54% 55 Am Can . 9% 9“ Ant Can pf. 83% 81'. Ant Car & P. 51 50' Ant Cotton Oil. 53% 53' Am H ft L pf... 20% 20 Am Ice Seeur. 19% 19 Am Locomotive .. 36 36 Ant Smelting. 71% 69* Am Sugar . 115% 115 Anaconda . 36% 36' At. T ft S FY... 105% 103* Balt ft Ohio. 102%'!0|» Brooklyn R T. 75% 74* Canadian Pacific . 235 233* Central Leather . 26 24* Cent Leather pf. 97% 97* Cites & Ohio. 74 73' Chi Gt Western. 20 2a Chic. Mi! ft St Paul. 115% 112' Colorado K ft 1. 28% 28' Consolidated Gas . 137% 133* Delaware ft Hudson . 165 164 Distilleries' Securities . 31% 31 Erie ... 30% 28’ Erie 1st pf —\.. i. 19% 48' Erie 2d pf . 39 39 Great Northern pf. 125% 123' General Electric . 153 152 Illinois Central . 137% 1377 Interborough Metropolitan 13% 154 Interboro Met pf . 42% 41* K C Southern. 29% 29 Louisville ft Nashville. 143% 143 Manhattan Elevated. 134% 134’ Minn. St P ft S S M. 134 133V -Missouri Pacific.. . 41% 40" Mo. Kan ft Texas. 32 31 National Lead.. . 50% 49* N Y Central. 104'/, 1.02“ N Onl ft Western. 49% 49“ Norfolk . 100% I OS North American. 70 70 Northern Pacific. 12" 11 < • Pacific. Mail. 29 29* Pennsylvania . 131 130’ People's Gas.. 104% 104 Pittsburg Coal pf. 85% 84 Pressed S Car. 32 31' Tty Steel Spring. 31 31 Reading . 146% 142' Rep I ft .. 25% 25' Rep I ft S pf. 91% 91* Rock Island. 26% 2.>',. Rock Island pf. . 52 18V Southern Pacific. 114% 112* Southern Ry—.. 28% 27V Southern Ry pf. 68% 68* TexaH ft Pacific . 24% 24* Tol, S I, & W pf . 41% 41T Union Pacific . 172% 168' U S Rubber . 37 37 U S Steel . 73% 711 U S Steel pf . 116 1154 Wabash . 14% 14V Wabash pf. 30 29* Western Union . 74% 74V Wisconsin Central . 52 5! Westlnghouse El . 65% 64' EXPLORER DARRELL GIVEN UP AS LOST IN EAR NORTH SEATTLE. Wash.. Aug. 16.--A spe eial from Dawson, V. T., says tha Robert Service, the author, who ha arrived there from Fort MacPhersor reported that Hubert Darrell, an Art tic explorer, has been missing fron Baillee Island, east of the mouth o the Mackenzie River, since Iasi Oc tober. Ife, is given up as lost by th traders in that vicinity. A <1elsye<1 advertisement Urines only ihe sue, math nf trade. It Is the first call thst capture tji® proee*flioii of tmtomeri. ! NEW ENGLAND CASUALTY INCREASES STOCK S PAR. I Shares to Be $100 and Capital Raised to $600,000. BOSTON’ Aug. 16.—A meeting or the stockholder's of the New England 1 j Casualty Company was held here, at : which It was determined to increas* I j the par value of the shares of the com- ' pany’s stock from $25 to $100 each, ami 1 to increase the capital stock from $200. 000 to $600,000. The increase of $400,000 in capital i I stock has been subscribed for by pres- 1 J ent stockholders and new Interests at the rate of $150 a share, and the new capital stock will be paid in immediate- | l.v. so that the company will have suf 1 flclent capital and surplus, hr required I by the Massachusetts law. to take up. in addition to liability and health arid accident insurance, which it now writes. I fidelity and surety bonds and burglary 1 j Insurance. The hoard of directors lias been in creased by the election of the follow ing: David \Y. Armstrong, jr.. president of the Armstrong agency for insur ance: William Barbour, president of the J Linen Thread Company: Howland <J. I Hazard, president of the Pea» e Dale i Woolen Mills: Robert A. Boit. senior I member of the Robert A. Bolt ’ Co. in I snranee agency; Amory Eliot, trustee ! of the Board of Trade Building Trust : i Francis R. Bangs, of Williams & Bangs, land Henry Mornmowor. of Wornblower ! & Weeks, hankers, of Boston and New j York. The other retiring directors were reelected. j JERSEY CITY TAX RATE TO BE HIGHER, SAYS BOARD. i .JERSEY CITY. Ati*. IS The Board of Finance yesterday adopted the city's budget for the fiscal year that begins : December 1 next; the total amount re quired lor the several departments Is $8,167,088.96, an Increase of J125.332.69 over Inst year. As a result of Its In creased appropriations the lax rat.- will be higher than this .car. Following are t lie appropriations compared with those of tin current year: I . 1911-12 1910-1] . Street and Water. $ *16.867.50 1312.31:,.0) 1 Alderrneu . 80,93-'.on 74 760it) £?««> . 701.166.49 6,4.66.18. i Fire . 8,96.249,67 :.72 2 s 75 ■ Health . 122.880.68 114.834.65 , Shade T ree . 47,880.00 6).700.80 j Education . 326,747.47 2,6,<61.30 1 Tax . 84,308.1.0 Sl.iOO.'O | Pinking Fuud. 2.060.00 .11.71.00 ■Assessments . 100.08 100.00 1 ! Harbor ...1. lo.fao.oo 5,9,noo ■ City Plan.,. 5.000.(0 City Hall,/. 3«,09o.oi> 31.790.09 I j Finance . 999,706.37 995,704,25 ; J Total .*3,079,86,7.08 $2959,1*7.70 | Deduct revenues.... 229,484.66 221.617.05 I j $2,850,380.07 $2,737,689.65 • | Add l-9th. 316,708.89 304.175.62 : Total budget.$3,167.0*8.96 *3.041.756.*? II LAWSON SAYS CAPITAL IS .1 AT MERCY OF INDIVIDUALS. 1 1 CALGARY. Alta.. Aug 16.—Thomas 1 XV. Lawson, of Boston, was here re [ cently on his way East after a trip to 2 the Pacific Most. Ho said: "The West suggested to me that we f are getting into a new way of Rett ling up new countries. Formerly the now places were peopled with men who were ' dissatisfied at home, the men with E.,pr,tY of energy and little money. This meant fliat conditions were | created in new countries which ren dered human energy at the mercy of 'capital. This resulted in quickly-made I fortunes of a few and great unrest • j among the masses of the people. 1 "Now this has all changed and cupi 6 j tal will be almost at the mercy of in dividual energy, especially in this | Northwest. Tpe type of person coni* • j ing today is not the dissatisfied man. k but the man who has to go out to find ^ a new field for his capital.” , j THE LONDON MARKET. , j LONQON. Aug. 16.—American securl “ ) ties opened steady and a small fraction » j higher today. A downward movement 2 followed but the market rallied on covering near the end of the first hour. At noon prices ranged from un changed to % higher than yesterday s New York closing. Canadian Pacifiq _ j was h weak exception and declined p4 | point* TO BUILD NEW LINE. ALBANY. Aug. 16.-The up-State Public Service < .'ommission has grauted a cer 1 | tificate of public convenience and neces r sity to the. Halite and Northern Railroad I Company. The railroad will operate from 8 . Halite, a station on the Pennsylvania 3 ! railroad, to a connection with the Genesee i* And Wyoming railroad ul a point about half a mile south of Retsof Station, the ' route to be located entirely iri Livingston 2 I county. , ——— 4 BUREAU OE MARKETS PLANNED. WASHINGTON. I >. ('.. Aug. 16. - A i bureau of markets in the department of . agriculture is proposed in a bill iutro • dimed by Representative Wicktlffe. of ‘ J Louisiana. U purposes to investigate mar I keting of farm products, to recommend t best methods by which such produels may j reach consumer from producer. : SAYS SHE TOOK HIM IN WHEN HE HADN’T A SHIRT, NOW VRIES TO EJECT HER. i __ Incidentally Miss Wickes Says | Moore Pulled the Puffs > from Her Hair. ATLANTIC CITY. Aug. 16. -NealTj i everybody in Absecori. suburb of 1 | beautiful places just outside of tills city, attempted to shoulder a way Into the chambers of Squire Andrews when ; the ease of Florence Lillian Wickes ' against William H. Moore, was vailed , | yesterday. Miss Wickes Usd Moore I brought before the squire on the ■ ' charge of assault and battery, which I she alleges l.e committed at her house. ■ j Moore said he was simply trying to get ' into his own house, in which Miss Wickes had no right. Moore suys he leased his country , place at ,\bsecoti from a former coun 1 oilman of 1 city and holds the re ceipts as iderice. Miss Wiokes came ■ j to Atlantic City with Moore. She was > an actress and appeared In several ' j plays In the late '90s. 1 I Specific; IIv mentioned In the charge 1 against Moore was the fact that he i tore two blond puffs from the com plainant'a head. Moore repeated the housekeeper ar gument to the court. J11 rebuttal Miss j Wickes said that he was simply dry ing to get rid of hPt and that he ■ | "didn't have a shirt to his back when j I took him in." • | The case was disposed of by holding t ! Moore on the assault charge in *50.bull. ’! SPALDING. VIOLINIST, BACK. NEW YORK. Aug. 16. Among pas sengers aboard the Kronprlnzesslti 1 Cec file, w hich docked yesterday, w as r Albert Spalding, violinist. He was ac ’ companlcd by his mother, who lives In - Florence. Spalding had been in Europe for eight months playing Me will begin his season here In September. 1 in will give a concert In Ocean Grove on ' August -4. fr•¥•¥+++'•*■Si’ '§•++ i,+,H,++4 l LOCAL SECURITIES. I W4,H*‘J'+'H*++++'H*++++++++++ The bid and asked prliei appended j are furnished through Klaele A klagt STOCKS. GAS, BLECTKiC AND TRACTION. Bid. Asked [ con Trac Co of N J. 75 75 Elizabeth Gas Eight Co 300 Essex A Hudson Gas Go. . Ills HI G A G Co of Bergen Oo . S4 85 Hudson Co Gas Co 137. Ho Newark Con Uas Co..... 97'-. 98'i N Brunswick L. il A P Co. 76 Bat A Passaic: Gas Co. .... 92 94 Public Service Cor Certs . . lot; loi Public Service Corp . 116 118 Pub Serv Gen Moi l 5s. | Si# a>... 04 Rapid Transit St Rv Co . 2:;7 ... i Somerset, r & M i.igb'g Go So Jersey G. E A If Go... . 133 13# <» . BAN K AND TRUST CU.M PAN \ City Trust Co. 160 Essex to Nations I Bank. . 3to> 307. Essex Co Trust Co.265 385 Federal Trust Co. 220 225 Fidelity Trust Go . 785 S0O Ironbourm Trust g0. . . .. .0 210 Irvington National Bank 125 Manufacturer1*' Nal l Bank 250 M * rolls r' - Vst'onal Bank .55 Mutual Trust Go. 155 160 Nal Newark Bonking Co... 3»o 400 National State Bank . 276 335 North Ward Nat Hank ;(90 100 I'njon National Bank . . 100 405 Weal Side Trust Conipanv. 747. '156 Newark Trust Go . . 160 165 LIFE AND FIRS INSURANCE. American . 485 ... Colonial Life .. ... 350 Firemen's . 485 Newark . 330 Prudential . 400 ... ' BUNDS. GAS ELECTRIC AiNH TRACTION.1 j •Her T'plke Go 1st 6a. 1951 94 97 I •G 151 Co of N J 1st a*. 1 940 92 96 Con Trac Co 1st 5s 1933. 104 106 Con I. II A P Go 5s. 1938.. 100 *E. P A C J R C 1st 5s. 1950 9# •E. R St By CO gen 5s. 1 954 93 •G A K Go or B CO l"t r>s 1949 103 10J •G A 15 G of B (' gn 5s. 1 954 96 ... I •Hud tetas Co 1st 6w. 1 949 108 104 *J C, II A P St R> Go 4s. 1 949 76 77 •M A S Trac Go os. i960 93 •Nwk Con G Go eon 5s. 1 94X 104'- KG'* ♦Newark Gas Co 1st ba. 1 944 127 129 Nwk Pass It K con 5s. 1 930 1 uT 108 •New B L. 11 A PC 4s. 19.19 SO 83 *N Mud !„ 11 A P 5s. 1938. 10'i *N Hud Go Rv 1st 6s 1914. 101 .. j *N Hud Go Rv 5s, 1928 102 *N Hud Co Itv 5*. 1924 98 •X J St llv Go 1st Is. 1 948 7 7 1 2 78 ’2 j •O A P Val Ry 1st 5s. t #38 93 ... I •Pas Light Go 1st 5s. 1 926 95 •Pas Light go gen ns i»37. iOO ... ! •Pat A Pas Grp a Elec t o eon 6s. 1949 . 101 •Plain St Rv Co 1st 6s. 5 922 101 ... j •Rap Tran St Rv Co 5s. 1921 101 *°om Light Co 1st 5s 1989 103 *S. U A M I, Go 4s, 1 943 70 *R J G. E A T Co 1st 5s. 1 953 96 99 •T St Ry Go 1st eon 6a. 1 938 98 ... j *r 15 Co of N .1 1st 4s. 1 949 7S’i 79 miscellaneous. I'Hack Wat Co 1st 4s. 1952 86 liking Dk Erie H R 6s. 1 935 128 126 Mor A Essex Gon 7s. 1915. 110 111 :*NTANJTColPt5s, 1920 102 •Pas Wn'cr Go 1st 5s. 1 987 99 *Eltr Adjustment 4a, 1 922 98 CITY AND COUNTY. •Newark 4s. 1922. 99 •Newark 4s 1923... 99 •Essex Countv 3.66s. 1926. 96 •Essex Co Rrldge 4s. 1 944. 99 •Essex Co Hospital 4s, 1 944 99 •Essex Co Park 4s 1 944 99 •High Pressure 3’/4s. 1936 92 •Nwk Htor Re, 3s. 1956 . 92 •Newark Hehool 314.S. 1 985 92 •Newark Hehool 3’ks. 1 965 9* Trenton Hehool 4s. 1937.. 99 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS AND BONDS Pal B A 61 Co 1st 5s, 1929. 90 Celluloid Go . 135 137 1 Josepn Dixon Crucible Co.. 265 .. ' New Jersey Zinc Co. 400 1 Singer Manufacturing Co. 270 275 •And accrued tntereai THE CHICAGO MARKET. j CHICAGO, Aug It*.—Wheat prices 1 worked higher during the first hour of ! trading today on a demand from 1 shorts, but the trade generally was small. Liverpool was higher and there j were rumors of some foreign demand I which were bullish factors. Septem 1 her opened •"« to »2 higher at 89R* to i !S9ty and sold at 89-%. The corn belt wan reported dry and I hot, arid damage claim* from the! (southern and south weatern part of the belt influenced a fair demand from commission houses. The cash demand ! yesterday was good and the sample f market firm. September opened 'h(pL to 's 'p *2 up at f) 4 ”8 to Later sales i were made at G4 *4 to :tg. The oats market was quiet and steady, lot a I traders buying on (he corn strength. September opened >4 j up a! 4i«s. hiM declined to 4l‘i later. Light offerings and some commission j bouse buying held provisiona .steady. 1 January pork opened 7b, Up H( tti.atL J September lard :> . ent« higher at s.PTL and September ribs unchanged at 9.0.V THE COTTON MARKET. NEW YORK. Aug. 16. The cotton mar ket opened steady it a ile line of I point i10 “« advance of I point. There was a lilg j business on the rnll, but sellers seemed i rather more aggressive, and following prl | vate reports of showers In Texas active months broke to .1 net loss of 991:12 points Liverpool was better than due earl, hut | declined sharply tow.,id the hour of the j local opening, with the Inter cables HH to 110 points lower. Private crop amounts’re "eived early were of a rather bullish aver age. indicating rapid deterioration 111 Southwestern prospects, but appeared In be offset by the reports of lower tempera turps and showers. Leading hull and trade interests cauie to the mippiijrt of price* on tin early break and with smaller traders nervous prices rallied to nearly the closing figures of yesterday, but continued reports of im proved conditions in the Houtliw e»t. !•■ j get her with continued Southern sel/fflg orders, caused renewed weakness lnte In the forenoon. and prices were ouly ‘j or :! points up from the lowest at middny. THE PROVISION MARKET. NKW YORK. Aug. IH. Flour Quiet and i about steady. j Wheat Bullish North Dakota advices, unexpected strength at Liverpool and firm ness of Northwest markets effected a j higher wheat opening followed by a set back under better Russian and Indiun j I news and soiling by loeal longs. Septem j her, 9f>4'i!t'9o6fc: December. 99 7-16ffif99*V j Pork -Firm Beef—Firm. I Lard—Fasy; middle West, 9.004)9.10. j Hugur—Raw firm; muscovado. 89 test. 4.42; eentrifugal. 90 test. 4.92. Molasses, 89 j | test. 4.17. Refined, steady ! Petroleum—Steady \ j Coffee—Spot, steady, j Molasses -Steady i Hay Firm. j Poultry- Dressed. irregular; Western broilers.’ iFdlS; fowls. \?/u 16: turkeys. r _ ERB-HAWLEY COMBINATION. I skiW YORK. Aug W. - Newman Krb lias j been elected a director of the Minneapolis Jand Si. Louis Railroad Company and of | the low * <'ennui Railway Company. In I explanation of bis enttaiiee to these boards, it is announced that Mr. Krb has acquired !a large stock interest in the tools, ami it is understood he i< joining with Edwin Hawley in immediate development, of the I properties ! The Minneapolis and Hi. Louis Is to be (extended to the Ctuadlan border, accord ing 119 the announcement made in connec tion with Mr. Krir* election. This exten sion will afford an entrance iulo Min ne.ipolis and ?t. Patti to one or both of the Canadian roads now being constructed to the Pacific coast An important extension of the Tdwa Central is also in contempla tion. THE PRODUCE MARKET. NFW YORK. X ug. IS.—Butter— Steady, unchanged: receipts, 9,923. Cheese fr toady. unchanged; receipts. "Kggs Barely steady unchanged: re ceipts, tO.Hfi‘2. FINISHED STEEL DEMAND BETTER. ! PHILADFLPI H A. Aug. 1*>. The War j wlfk Iron nml Stool Gomp»n> reports a I j better demand for lliiisheil iiroiltirt* ami u tendency of prices to hardeu. GERMAN SAVINGS BANK1 T72 BROAD STREET 4 AND 3H% INTEREST Assets over.$6,600,000.00 Surplus over. 360,000.00 Deposits made the first three days of every month draw interest from the first of the month. OFFICBRB GOTTFRIED KRUEGER, Praaldant John KI»**lM*r, I*t VIce-PpM. Michael T. Rarrctt. 3(1 Vlce-Pre». Wm. G. Trantweln, flee'y and Trena. TRUITIII Michael T. Barren. Suf. F. lagers William F. Hoffman, William H. Barkhorn. Wm. H. F. Fiedler. Gottfried Krueger, Merman Hornemann, Jr., John Fischer, Robert A. Osborne, Joveph M. Byrne, ''hr. W. Fetgenepan Gustavus fftaehlln. John J. Burkhardl. F. Albert Hahn. Wm. G. Trautweln v . -, S MORTGAGES RECORDED. NEWARK. Theodore Veelman to Janie* Bradshaw, vest side Columbia avenue. 554 feet south roni South Orange avonue. $1,900. Casper llopf to Gustavos A. Richards, lortli side Berlin street. 75 feet east from Viagara street. $150. Marry Kaufman et al. to commonwealth Julldlrtg and Loan Association, east side Monmouth street. 399 feet northeast from KVaverly place. $1,790. Felix Ostapko to Thomas S. Henr> exeentor and trustee!, west side North Sightli street, 225 feet from corner Delevan iVenue, $1,500. Frankel Real Estate fompany to Wili am N. Frankel. west side Peehlne avs me. 125 feet north from Clinton avenue. 11,250. Antonio Rinaldi el al. to Fannie Ball, north side Eleventh avenue. 71 feet west rout Littleton avenue. $690. • Dot a Nadel to Firemen’s Insurance Com pany. west side Ht rat ford place, 118 feet »onth from Rose street. $1,090. flajne to same, west side Stratford place. HU feet south from Rose street. $4,009. Herman Fuhrmeister to Dora Nadel. west side Stratford place. 118 feet south from Rose street. $1,000. Edward W. Nan Wagonen to Woodaide Building and Loan Association, south side Heller parkway, west side DeGraw ave nue. $5,000. Same to same, same property. $3,500. Same to Forest Hill Association, same property. $3,300. Charles K. Schott et al. to Polish Amerlcan Building and Loan Association, east side South Fifteenth street. 87 feet north from Sixteenth avenue. $4,590. Marlon G. Elliott to Mutual Sectirltj Fompany. centre High street, southwest corner P. C. Kellogg's land. $160. Flor Helen Realty Company to Herbert Austin, east side Newark street. 130 feet south from Sussex avenue. $600. Emauncle Vito to John Sehleck. rest side Lake street. 289 feet north from Fifth avenue. $1,150. Joseph J. Otteri to German Savings Bank, southwest corner Newark and Academy streets. $4,000. John Kruttsclimitt to Benno Yon Eigen, east side South Nineteenth street. 23s feet north from Avon avenue. $4,590. Sarah Gordon et al to Howard Savings Institution, south west corner Morton and Prince streets. $1,000. Adam Reitz to same, west aide Jacob street. 300 feet south from Gold street. $5,000. Simon llknwittt to name, west side Bar clay street. 173 feet scftith from Mont gomery street. $4,000. Joseph Welnschenk to Germania Build ing and fioan Association, west aide South Seventh wtreet. 210 feet north from Spring Held avenue. $3,000. Theodore Herrmatni to Gertrude E. Mot senbeeker. cast side South Twelfth street. 679 feet north from Eighteenth avenue. $4,000. Doineniea sanucel and husband to Park view Building and Ix>an Association, south side Hunter street. 112 feet west from Frellnghuyaea avenue. $2,500. Same to Demetrlo Loprete. same prop er!'. $500. TOWNSHIPS. M.tx Dauzis to Franz Berg. Wear Orange south corner Washington street and Val ley road. $4,500. Francis L. O’Brien to Bloomfield Trusi Cotnpauy. Bloomfield, north side Newark avenue, 37 feet west from Wen street $2,300. Herman J. Koehler to Fidelity Trusi Company. Kbit Orange, oast aide* Winant street. 686 feet .southwest from D. R Wlntui H estate. $3,500. George T. Van Horn to same. Nutley northwest side Bloomfield avenue, 74 fee southwest from I .aura avenue, $1,500. Robert J. Stillwell to Roiiua Stillwell Irvington north side Park avenue, ad joining England's loud. $2,200. Will C. Ryau et al. to Howard Improve inent Company. Nutley, north side Chest nut street, southwest corner Abraham Viceland's land, $560. William J. Brady to Thomas II. Hig gins. Montclair, north side Claremoni avenue, cast side Pine street. $1,730. Margaret Sweeney to Henry L. Terhune Mon tela in. west side Pleasant avenue, 17’ feet north front Hilltop place. $1,340. Elisabeth Beyer and husband to Mer chants and Bankers’ Building and Loin Association. Irvington, west side Myrtl* avenue. 20 feet south from Irvington place $1,800. William li. Bickel to Jukoh Zimiuerer Nutley. north side Chase street. 218 fee southeast from Locust street. $810. Caroline T. Maddox ami husband to Now Jersey Fidelity Plate Glass Insurance Com patty. Bloomfield, south side Franklli street. 246 leet west from Parkway, $3.0tX). Matv Braunersreuter t<» Katie L. Gut man, Irvington, north side Twentieth ave nue, HO feet east from Twenty-secouc street. $2,900. Irvington Realty Company to Parkview Building and Loan Association. Irvington last side Florence avenue, north sld< Laurel avenue. $4,400. William F. Headley to John F. Gentsel East orange, northwest side Bedforr street. 125 feet northeast from Trenton avenue. $1,600. Bernard Cunningham to .Mary c Taylor Mlllburu, south side Springfield avenue northwest corner P. C. McChestney’s land $1,300. Stella M. Binder and husband to Luc: S. Woodruff. Orauge. south side Haraptoi terrace. 454 feet west from Harrison street $3,000. I0R INSURANCE MEN. The loss on the amusement park at Cin cinnati 1* placed at $175,009. Tit* Pennsylvania Insurance depattmen will issue h list of licensed agents auc brokers. George Pick has been made genera agent of the .Mutual Benefit Life of tbh • it> at i ’hicago. Tin* western halt of the medical build ing on the Fniversity of Michigan ground; !ti Ann Arbor wu* destroyed last Saturday F. tBigelow has been elected presl dent oi the Hi. Paul Fire and Marine In Huram-e Company. He succeeds his father the lute t'buries H. Bigelow. The New York State insurance depart inent lias completed it* examination of th< London Assurance Corporation. Seth C M' Arthur. the examiner, Is now at worl on the report. The Home Insurance Company report losses heavy and a alight increase ii volume of premiums for the first. si: months of the year. The average rate h lower than it was during the correspond Ing period of 1311. It 1h charged that the delay in domm up the alleged bogus fire insurauce con cents "f Philadelphia has been caused hj t he eagerness of politicians to get a jol ,,n the inevitable com mission to investt gate the business. The American Association for L.abo: Legislation will meet in Chicago Septenj her 15-16. Industrial insurance and stand ards of safety, accident prevention ant State inspection will be discussed. Anmnj the speakers is George Gilmour. forme engineer of the New York employers’ lla hillty commission. more pay before fare COT. MIIAVAFKEF. Aug. 16. -The WtSconsii Railroad Commission will hear argument August 18 at Madison In behalf of em iilovees «»i the electrie company In velatioi to the three-ceut fare cane. The men de chne that they are cntitled to more pa: before any action is taken toward cuttlOi fares and ask f.' an investigation of tin auhleet anO a public report, with the tele; thit the' ran safely submit their rase t' thf- public after the findings have beei made known. SILK SHIPMENTS FROM JAPAN. .NEW YORK. Aug. 16.—Silk shipment from Japan during the year ended June 30 101! amounted to 147.713 hales, aeeordlni lo reports from the Japanese press for warded by Commercial Aeent t.ovott M tViiods of the total shipments 47.771 bale were destined for Europe and 104.942 bale for America I 0RM railway EQUIPMENT CO. DOVER. Del.. Aug 16.—The Keyoki Railna- Equipment Company has been in corporn'ted here with an authorized onp itul stock of loOO.OOO to engage In the manufacture Htid ante of railway equip rnent aod kindred devices. EISELE SKIING Member* of th* N. Y. Stock Exchange tfembors of the Phlla. Stock Exchange NEW JERSEY INVESTMENT SECURITIES A SPBCIALTY BROAD & CLINTON STS. i MUTUAL m.M'.lll HI,DU. i Telephone. 3S20. 3SC' 2822. 2823 Market Byrne & McDonnell Members of N. V. stock Exchange 776 Broad St., Newark N.). WILLIAM F. KING MANAGRIt. TEl.EfHOM. IMUII IIA It H FIT. OFFICE 60 Broadway, New York ChaiiesA.Stoneham&Co Mining Curb Brokers 54 Broad Straot. Now York SPECIALISTS IN ALI, LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES Up-to-date reports (SENT I'UEEI j containing luteal milhnill, In fonnnGoa j on any stork you may be interested In. ESTARIJSHKII 1801 WARREN N. TRUSDELL & GO. Dealers In Stocks and Bonds U*nk. Gas and Insurance Stork* n Spedaitj. High grade Investment Serurltle*. 780 BROAD STREET V---i- Li!!-! 1 Liability Insurance The New Employers’ Liability Act makes It Imperative that you pro tect yourself against LAWSUITS AND FINANCIAL LOSS We lire Agent* for the AETNA, the large.t Liability Compa'ny In th« world. IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING i to let our representative inform you what THIS INDISPENSABLE | INSURANCE villi coat. JOS. M. BYRNE CO. 778 Bronil St., Newark, N. J. Telephone 1740 Market. LECiAI, NOTICES. NEW JER8EY SUPREME COURT-In th* matter of th* application of the Mayor and 1 Common Council of the City of Newark, for ; the appointment of «onimi*sloner.s to condemn J property belonging to the heir* of Jacob E*ch, I deceased. and other*. On petition. Sic. Nolle*. To John P. Each: Take notice, that application by petition nan been made in the above stated cause to his* I honor, William S*. Gummere, Esquire, Chief | Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of I New Jersey, by the Mayor and Common Coun j i ll of tit* City of Newark, tor tho uppolnt j mem of three commissioner* to fix the «otn j penMation to be paid for property in which j you have some Interest, being a lot or plot or , ground on Academy street, distant one huu ( died and twenty-eight feet w ‘.erly from the northweattrly corner of Washington and Acad emy streets, having a frontage of forty-eight I feet and twenty-five one-hundredth* ot a foot i on said Academy street, and a depth of ul*>ui one hundred and fifteen feet. In the said City of Newark. County of Essex and State of New Jersey, being premise* belonging to the estate of Jacob Each, deceased, and that the hearing on ‘•aid petition will be held before said t'hlaf Justice or such Justice of the Supreme Court as shall bo present at the Court House, in the said City of Newark, on Monday, the twenty eighth day of August, one thousand nine hun I dred and eleven, at ten o’clock In the forenoon, or ms soo.i thereafter aa counsel can heard, j and you are notified thereof that you rnay ha , j present at said hearing and be beard thereon. ! Dated Newark, New Jersey, August it, Dll. Respectfully, HERBERT BOOGV, Attorney of Petitioner, 920 P.road augli-7i Newark. N. J. FINANCIAL NOTES. .- - United Box Board directors will meet I* 1 New York tomorrow. The New York Stock Exchange lias ad mitted I he following securities: Seaboird 1 Air Idne Hallway Co.'s $19,000,000 refunding j mortgage 4 per rent, bonds, due In 1969. and Republic *»f Culm’s $5,500,000 additional 4Vi per cent bonds due In 1949. j Dlrectoti* of tlie Central Georgia Rail road Company met in New York aud took •! action on the Interest on (be first, second ■ and third income bonds for tbe fiscal year ! ended June 30 last. The payment on the j full interest of 5 per cent, on both tbe. first 1 i and seconds and a dividend of J.458 nef 1 1 cent, on tbe thirds were ordered. Thfc I payments will be made on October 1 and | j will call for a total of $608,320. . , Chicago. Indianapolis and Louisville 1 ; Railway Compauy stockholders will meet ' ! In Indianapolis on September 20. | | The property «»f tbe Detroit. Toledo and Irontou Railway Company will he sold at . ] auction in Detroit on October 5 in pur suance of the foreclosure decree lu favor ! of the New York Trust Company | ! 'I’lie stock <»f ibe Texas Company sold : i down to 97. the lowest ever recorded for i that security. Its high was 140. which was ' i achieved not long after it whs introduced i last fall Tit an initial sale price of 13t>. 1 The stock pays 10 tier cent, in dividends and it used to pay 12 per cent. PASS CAST IRON PIPE DIVIDEND. ! 1 NEW YORK. Aug. Hi. -Fallowing a meet . ling of tbe board of directors of tho . I United Slates Cast Iron fine and FOUR r I dry** Company yesterday, it was stated * j that tbe directors bad deemed it advis able not to declare any dividend on th« i preferred stock of the company for tho i quarter ending August 81. The statement further said that while the earnings lor tho quarter are estimated at more than sum clout to bill*' t'tiiil the dividend of IV. P*r cent, the management has found it an i visable to secure additional property and to undertake the material imoroyement or • plans to increase operating efficiency FRISCO SELLS $3,000,000 NOTES. i NEW YORK. Aug. 16.-The St. Lo if and San Francisco Railroad Company haft sold to Speyer & Co. about $3.0o0,0(K) equip ment trust notes covering about $3.300,’Np worth of equipment to be used on its svp* tern, consisting of 1,500 refrigerator car* for the fruit aud vegetable trade. «;1 steel passe tiger cars, 32 locomotives aud . flat : cars. The entire amount of equipment note* hao h.rn *nl,1 privately by S=i>e>.i * C,>.