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A XT- On September 22, 1911. Apullonia. beloved wife of Jacob Axt tnee Schaef fer), 227 South Ninth street. BALDWIN—On September 30, 1911. Bella, daughter of the i«t#» Aaron and Carrie E. Baldwin, aged 38 years. 253 West l*hlrty-foufth street, near Eighth avenue. New York. •* BEER -On September 21. 1911, at bis home, 46 Waketnan avenue. Joshua, beloved husband of Emily Beer tnee Loosemore), aged 46 years. Bl.KECKElI At East orange. N. J.. on September 21. 1911. Elizabeth N.. wife of Charles W. Pileecker and daughter of the late Charles Lee. in her 7Xili 'ear. 71 Sussex avenue. COLEMAN -On September 20. 1911. Bridget A., beloved daughter of the late James 4 and Catherine Lineman, 3.;0 Ninth street. Jersey City . CONNELLY—On September 21, 1911. Wal ter. beloved son of Thomas H. and Mary Connelly tnee Geary), at his parents residence, 53 Halstead stree't. < uOK At Linden. N. J.. on Thursday. September 21. 1911, James Miner, eldest sou of the biti Janies B. and Harriet Miner Cook, in the H5th y ear of his age. I'KNMAN (in (September 20. loll. Hi Mu home. 123a Wright street. Edmund A. Denman, in hi-- seventy-ninth year. DWYER- On September 2i. John. beloved husband of Helena Du yet (nee Shannon) j Relatives find friends of the deceased and members of Assumption Council No 12. Catholic Benevolent Legion, are kindly united to attend the funeral from Ins late residence. 33 Sixth street, Harrison, • •n Saturdav. September 23. at 8:45 a. in-* to the Church of the Holy Cross, where at 9:45 n. m. a Solemn High Mass of Re quiem will bo offered for t4ie repose of lus soul. Interment in the Cemetery or the Holy Sepulchre. EKSTG At Wilkesbarre, Pn., on Septem ber 20. 1911. Ethel Easlg tnee Healey), beloved wife of William Essig. Relatives aud friends are kindly In vited to attend the funeral on Saturday* * September 23. from the home of her Mstet-in-law. Miss Dora Basis, 27 Wall street, at 2 p. m. Interment at Wood land Cemetery. G RIM ME— Entered into rest. Marietta Grimme tnee Godwin), beloved wife of Fred Grimme. mother of Mlgnon Grimme, September 20. 1911, at Piermont, N. A., in the 26th year of her age. HARRIS At East Orange. N. .1 on Wednesday, September 20. 1911. nfter a short illness. Samuel L. Harris, in bis 78th vear. 29 Burnett street. Bast Orange, x j: HEPBURN At East Orange. N. J . Sep teraber 21, 1911. James Curtis Hepburn, in his 071 h year. HILL On September 21, 1911, at the home <>r his cousin. Mrs. B. L. Epstein, 57 Thirteenth avenue, Ambrose W. Hill, aged 54 years. HILL At South Orange. N. J . on Sep fember 21. 1911, John C. Hill, aged 48 years, 135 Roland avenue. %, JOHNSON—On September 20, 1911. at the residence of his parents. 9 South Third street. Harrison, Charles B., beloved son <-f Charles F. and Della Johnson (nee McNevla). aged IS years 10 months 18 days. JOHNSON On Friday morning, Septem ber 22. 1911. at Ills residence, 127 Seymour avenue. Joseph B., husband of Jessie Ward Johnson. *■ KIRCHER- On Thursday. September 21, 1911, George Kircher. beloved husband of Rossina, Kircher (nee Bruonlnger). en tered into rest after a long illness, aged 51 years 5 months 26 days. 51 Twenty second street. Irvington. N. J. K YTL At Caldwell, on September 21, 1911. George husband of Martha K.vte. aged TV > ears, formerly of Boonton. N. J. LEXA Entered into rest, on Thursday, September 21, 1911. Caroline, beloved wife • >f James Lexa tnee Heidecker). aged 43 y ears 2 months 19 days. Relatives aud friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Sunday. September 24. at 2 p. m.. from her late residence. 332 Runyon street. Interment in Woodland Cemetery. ' M< MAHON On September 20. 1911. Philip, beloved husband of Bridget McMahon nice Reilly). Relatives, friends and members of the Holy Name Society of St. Aloyslus s \ church and Phil Sheridan Post No. 110. 1 G. A. R.. are kindly invited to attend • he funeral from his late residence, 6?6 Market street, on Saturday. September •21. at 8:30 a. m. t<* St. Aloysius's Church, where* a Solemn High Maes of Requiem will bo offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre. oBRIEN Suddenly, at Orange. N. J.. September 21. 1911. Annie O'Brien, 30 Pierson street. P1DRSPON On Wednesday evening, Sep tember 2". 1911. Hannah M.. wife of Charles L. Pierson. 98 South Eighth b Mrfet. RINGED- On September 20, 1911, Anna L , wife of William Rlngel (nee Kerrigan), at her late residence. 1189 Broad street. STOCKING BR—Died. September 22. 1911. Louisa c. Stocklnger. beloved wife of August Stocklnger tnee Langr», aged 31 vear*. 101 Maine street. TOBIN- After a lingering Illness, at Mont clair. N. J., James, husband of the late t Alice Tobin (nee Halloran) and son of the late John and Elizabeth Tobin. 36 Sherman street. WARD—On Wednesday. September 20. 1911, Henrietta A’., daughter of the late Hen rietta and James Ward, 194 North Sixth street. WKTSS-On September 21, 1911. John, be loved child of George and Rebecca Weiss (nee Maler), aged 2 years. 421 Chestnut street. YOUNG At Bloomfield. N. J.. on Septem * her 22. 1911, Earl Sterling, youngest child of Joseph Earl aud Edith May Young, aged 3 months, 667 Bloomfield avenue. Resolution*. Whereas It has pleased the Almighty In His Infinite wisdom m call from our midst. Rupervlslng Principal John Dwyer, and while acknowledging with humble submission the supreme wisdom of the Almighty in having ordained that our supervising principal should ha touched hv the hand of death, we are consoled bv the faith in Knowing that !l Is only a transition from time to the bliss of eternity. Of tlie services of John Dwyer in •he schools of \ Harrison. where his character «U intimately known and amply appreci ated. be "ae always open, high-minded ami won the ungrudging respect of his opponent*, while attaching his friends to him in ever flghtenlng bonds of trns and love, and It might b* truly said of him that •‘Hi* life was gentle, and the elements ?o mixed in him. that Nature might stand up And say to all the world, This was a man." Now, therefore, be It Resolved, That by the death of John Dwyer the public schools of Harrison have lost one whose devotion to the Interest of the schools, whose zeal and enthusiasm, were at ail times ^ unselfish and inspired and whose faithfulness and manliness endeared him to all. To an all-wise Providence we commend his loved ones In their time of sorrow, with the hope that the burden will be lightened by the knowledge that he has gone to tils well-earned reward. Resolved. That the Board of Education of the town of Harrison extend to his bereaved family their sincere sympathy In this their, hour of sorrow, and be it further Resolved. That as a mark of respect the flags on all schools ho placed at half-mast for a period of thirty days and that school he *■ suspended Friday: and be It further Resolved, That the members will attend the funeral In a bodv on Saturday morning to the < *nurch of the Holy Cross; and be it further Resolved, That the above t esolutfons —he spread in full upon the minutes. engrossed and a copy sent to the bereaved family and published In the newspapers. MARTIN f\ DESMOND. President. JOHN J. O NEILL. Vice-President. THOMAS F. LAWLESS, JOHN F. REILLY. JAMES P. FINNEGAN, JOHN J. ENRIGHT, OWEN F. KAIN. JOSEPH A. VON TI8H, JAMES A. RROPHY, District Clerk. Dated, Harrison. X. J., Sept. 21. 1011. HOLY NAME SOCIETY NOTICE Th» members of St. Aloysius's Holy Name Society are respectfully requested to assemble In the parish had this evening at S:30 o'clock and proceed to the home of their deceased brother. Philip McMahon, to recite the prayers for the dead. REV. F. J. MITCHELL Spiritual Director. IVm. Zimmerman. Secretary. , CONAN D0VLE FOR HOME RILE. LONDON. Sept. 22.—Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. " ho ha twice contested for Parliament as a Vnlonist, an nounces his conversion to home rule. ___j8 _ t FL'NICK A I. DimSCTORR. People’s Burial Co.1 380 Broad St., cor. Sth Ave. 89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N. J. WILL FURNISH FOR $75.00 eluant casket, covers! with fine black broad cloth, white or silver gray plush, with massive bar handles, engraved nameplate, lined with silk or «atln. outbid* rase, embalming, adver tising, dressing, shaving, crucifix. eandelabrs. gloves, chalra. hearse an.1 three coacbea to a ;r city itme'orv, XVe fumlfb for $45.00 « runtril ihal n>ea*ulefe UR to anv tnl.it undo:* taker 110.00 fun*r*l ruvnl .arlori PHONE Zti. BRANCH BROOK. Newark Burial Co. I 534 BROAD STREET, Ret wean Bridge and Lombardy atreets For $65.00 in agree to supply Black Broadcloth, Whit® I lurh. Imitation Oak Casket. Handlz*. Plata. 1 Interior Liner- Complete. Outalde Pina Boa, Embalming. New*paper Notice. U«e of Rug. j Pedestal, Crepe, Camp Chalra, Haarae. Three | Coachea any City Cemetery. Service® of Funeral Direct* Parlor* for funeral n conectlon. ioS?nL»ik»t. 834 Broad St. J. & A~ W~H ARTH, Funeral Directors nnd Conch Owner*. ?93 South Orange grerue. Phona Market 1 WM. F MULLIN. VNDERT.'.KErt, f2S Lafayette street. Phono 640 Market FRANK A. FOLET. Funeral Director and Bmbalmer. fftveffe Phnn1 P7RR Market. CKMETERIK*. GLEN RlIXiE CEMETERY Franklin av. and Joralemon ft.. Bloomfield. , N. J.; tel 1643-J, Bloomfield. Plot. 4 gravea and orer, S6R up. Graves, adults. $14. | —— 1 ■ - - - CIT V AD VERT IS EM EAT*. ‘ ^ ' ‘ " [AN ORDINANCE providing for the protection. 1 regulation and control of tho city parks in the city of Newark, and of the trees, shrubs, (lowers, fountains, statuary and a!’, othei park property therein, and for the protection, regu I tat ion pud control of al! shade trees planted or growing upon the public highways of said city; and prescribing tines and penalties for the violation of the same. Be it ordained by the Shade Tree Commis sion of the city of Newark, New Jersey, as follow*. j 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm 'or corporation, without tho written permit of ihe Shade Tree Commission, \o cut, break, climb or injure any tree or portion of tree! planted or growing In any punllc highway i I within the city of Newark, or cauae. author- | Ire or procure any person lo cut, break, climb or Injure any such tree, or any portion there- j of; or to cut, break. climb or injure any tree or plant. or any portion of' I anv tre*. or plant, planted or growing In any [ city park or parking atrip within tho city of I Newark, or cause or authorize or procure any person to cut, break, climb or injure any such ! vree or plant or any portion of such tree or , plant : or to injure, misuse or remove, or cause, ; authorize or procure any person to injure, misuse or remote any device set for the pro tection of any tree- or plant In any public highway or city park of said city. Any per - son. firm or corporation desiring for any law ful purpose to cut. prune or trim any tree In j any public highway of said city of Newark! | may apply to the Shade Tree Commission; and I if In the judgment of said commission ihe' | desired cutting, pruning or trimming shall ap- i i>ear necessary, and the proposed method and ! workmanship thereof such as said commission approves, tho Shade Tree Commission may thereupon issue a written permit for snob work. Any work done under such written per- : mit must be' performed in strict accordance | with the term* thereof. , Any person, Grin or coiporatiou which shall i 'violate or authorize or procure a violation of any provision ct this section or of any per [mission given as aforesaid shall, upon coiivio* (ion thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of five 'dollars ($5) for e.H-li and every such offense. ‘J. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm j I or corporation lo kill or remove, or cause. ; j authorize or procure the death or removal of any tree planted or growing In any public | highway, or any tree or plant planted or) growing in any city park within the Haid city I of Newark. Any person, firm or corporation t desiring for any lawful purpose to lake down j lor remove any tree In any public highway of j said city of Newark may apply (o the Shade Tree Commission. and if lit the judgment of j ' ihe said commission the desired taking down lor removal shall appear necessary, tho Shade ' Tree Commission may thereupon Issue a wrlt j ton permit therefor.' Anv work don*- under I such written permit must be performed In ' j strict accordance with the forme thereof, i Any person, firm or corporation which shall ( | violate or authorize or procure a violation off any provision of this section shall, upon con- J vlctlon thereof, forfeit nnd pay a penalty I of fifty dollars f$50) for each and every such often m. 3. W shall b* unlaw ful for any person, firm | or coiporatiou owning, or using, or having control or charge of. ga« or other substance deleterious to tree life lo allow such gas or other substance to come Into contact with the soil surrounding the roots of any tree, in any public highway, or any tree or plant in 1 any city park In the city of Newark. In ! such manner as may Injure such tree or plant. ] Any parson, firm or corporation which shall j violate or authorize or procure a violation of : any provision of this seel Ion shall, upon con- [ vlctlon thereof, forfeit nnd pay a penal!v j of ten dollars ($10) for each and every such i i offense. ■I. It shall he unlawful for any person, film i or corporation owning, or using, or having control or charge of. gas or oilier substance deleterious lo tie© life, to allow such gas ' or other substance to come Into contact with the soil surrounding Ihe roots of any tree In 1 any public highway or any tree or plant In I any city park In ihe city of Newark. 1n such j manner as shall kill or destroy such tree or p|ant. Any person, firm or corporation which Sha I violate or authorize or procure n violation of any provision of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of fifty dollars <|R0> for each nnd every such | offense. K. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to cause, authorize or procure 1 any brine water, -oil, liquid dye or other sub stance deleterious lo tree life 'o li<*. leak pour, flow or driU. on or Into ihe soil about , the base of n tree in any public highway j or city park In the city of Newark, or on to a sidewalk, road or pavement therein at a point whence such substance may by lying on. or by flowing, dripping or seeping into such soil, or in any other manner whatever, injure such tree; or to cause or procure such lying, leaking, flowing, dripping, seeping or injuring. Any person. Arm or corpor a I Ion w hich shall violate or authorize or procure a violation of any provision of this section shall, upon con ’’lotion thereof, forfeit and pay n penalty of five dollars ff.fi) for each and every such of fense fi. It shall be unlawful for any person. Arm or corporation, except with the written per mit of the Shade Tree cv>rrun iss I on. to place or maintain upon the ground In any public highway or city park within the. city of New ark. any stone, cement, or other material or j auhsiance In such manner as may obatrucf! the free access of air and water to the roots! of any tree In any such highway or park. Unless otherwise provided for in such written parmll a* above provided for there must be } maintained about the base of tbe trunk of each shade tree In the public highways and c|tv parks of the Mty at least siv square feet of open ground for a tree of three ineiios In diameter, ar.d for every two Inches of increase j of such diameter there must be an increase . of at least one square foot of open ground. Any person, firm or corporatiorr which shall violate or authorize or procure a violation of any provision of this section shall, upon con viction (hereof, forfeit and nay a penalty of ten dollars <f 10> for each and every such of- j fense. 7. Tt shall be unlawful for any person, flrtn or corporation to interfere or cause or au thorize or procure any Interference with the Shade Tree Commission or arty of Its em ploye**. agents or servants while they are en gaged in and about the planting, cultivating, mulching, pruning, spraying oi removing of any tree In any public highway or city park within tho said city, or In ihe removing of any device attached to said treo or in such remov ing of stone, cement, sidewalk or other ma- 1 terlal or substance as may be necessary for the protection nnd care of any such tree. ; in ®cj<"or<*a,,Pe with the requirements set | forth In section 0 hereof a* to the area of | open ground to be maintained about tbe base of the trunk of each shade tree in the public highways and city parks of tho city. Any person, firm or corporation which shall ! violate or authorize or procure a violation or any provision of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of fen dollars <S10> for each and every such of fense. 8. It shall be unlawful for any person. Arm or corporation to cause, authorize or procure a wire, or of tier conductor, charged with elec tricity. to come into contact with any tree in a public highway, or with arty tree or plant In h city park In the city of Newark. In such manner as may injure or abrade such trpe or plant. Any person, flim or corporation which shall violate or authorize or procure a violation of any provision of tins section shall, upon con viction thereof, forfeit and pay it penalty of five dollars t$5) tor each ami every such offense. 9. 3t shall be unlawful for any pet son, firm or corporation to cause or authorize or pro cure a w|r*. or other conductor, charged with electricity, to come into contact with any tree in a public highway or any uee or plant In a city park in the city of Newark in such man ner ax snail destroy or kill such tree or plant. Anv person, firm or corporation which slu:M violate or authorize nr procure a violation of any provision of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay n penalty of fifty dollar* «9&0-) for each and every such offense. 10. It aim 11 be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to attach or keep at tached to any tree in any nubile highway or ! city park in tho city of Newark, or to the i guard or stake intended for ihe protection of J CITY ADA BRTISE.HKNT9. such uee, nnj rope, wire, sign or any other ! novice whatsoever. Any person, firm or corporation which shall i violate or authorize or procure a violation of any provision oi this sect ion shall, upon con I virtlon thereof, forfeit and pav a penalty or i five dollars not tor each and e\ery such offense. 11. it shall he unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to tie any horse n: other anl* ! n.al to an;* tree in any public highway or rit.v < park within wild city of Newark; or’, having charge of such horse or other animal, to al* j low or cause or procure it to Injure any such tree; or for any person in charge oi such horse or other animal to cause or allow it to , ■land so that it can Injure such tree. \nv person, firm or corporation which shall violate or authorize or • procure h v.olatlon of any provision of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty •f fen dollars (|10> for each and every such [ •tfense. li*. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to plant or set out any shade tie*, or cause or authorize or procure any person to plant or set out any shade tree, in or on any part of any public highway or city park within the said city of Newark without first obtaining from the Shade Tree Commis sion a written permit so to do or without complying In all respects with the condi tion,, set forth in such written permit. Anv person, firm or corporation which shall violate or authorize or procuro a violation of any provision of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of five dollars (|5) for each and every such offense. 13. During the erection, repair, alteration or removal of any building or structure within the city of Newark, It shall be unlawful for the person or persons in charge of such erection, repair, alteration or removal, to leave anv street tree In the vlciulty of such building or •tincture without, such good and sufficient guard* or protectors as shall prevent Injury j t<* raid tree, arising out of or by reason of i •aid erection, repair, alteration or removal. Any person, firm or corporation which shall violate or authorize or procure n violation of ntr- provision ot tide section shall, upon con viction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of ten dollars (110) for each and every eucb of fense. 14. It ehall be unlawful for any person, firm nr corporation to enter upon any portion of lawn or other cultivated ground In any city park within the said city of Newark when for bidden so lo do by an official sign or other official notification. Any person, firm or corporation which shall violate or authorise or procure a violation of any provision of this section shall, upon con viction thereof. forfeit and pay a penalty of five dollar* *;fB>j for each and every such of fense 1B. Tt shall he unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to throw', deposit or leave any paper or waste material whatsoever In or upon any part of the surface of any city park within said city of Newark, or In or upon any park property or appurtenances therein except in the receptacles provided in such park for that purpose. Any person, firm or corporation which shall violate or authorize or procure n violation of anv pro'> i hi on of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of five dollars ($5) for each and every such offense. 16. It shall b“ unlawful for nnr pet son above the age of fourteen years \o play at any game in n city park in the city of Newark, ex cept at euch times and In such plates and under such regulation* as may ho designated in writing by the .Shade Tree Commission. Any person, firm or corporation which nha’l violate or authorize or procure a violation of any provision of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, lorfeii and pay a penalty of ten dollars ($10) for each and every such offense 17. 11 nhall he unlawful for any person, firm or corporal ion to plat e °r erect anv booth, aland or other structure, ot t place any wagon or other vehicle, except such as may he propelled by hand and adapted for tho car rying of children, Invalids or doiiti on or in any city park of tho city of Newark without the written permission of the Shade Tree Commission. Any person, firm or corporation which shall violate or Authorize or procure e violation of any provision of this section aht.il, upon con viction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of ten dollars ($10) for each and every *ucb offense. 15. It Hhall be tin lawful for any perron, firm or corporation to aejl or offer for rale w'.ihln any city park of the city os* Newark any goods, wares or merchandise whatsoever, or to display or distribute any advertising device, circular or card tn any such park. An\ person, firm or corporation which shall 'ioluto or authorize or procuro a violation of any provision of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pav a penalty of five dollars f$5) for each and e\erv such onen**. 15* It shall he unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to riefa* e. damagn or tn any wise Injure any statuary or pedettal or other structuro or park appurtenance whatso ever, in a city park In the city of Newark. Any person, firm or corporation which shall violate or authorize or procure « violation of any provision of this section shall, upon con viction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of five dollars <16* for each and every such offense. 20. It shall be unlawful for any person, fi>m or corporation to hunt, molest, injure, capture, or in any way interfere with the free dom of any bird", being free and umloineatl cated, in any «• ity purl. In the city of New ark; or io hunt, molest. Injure, capture or iu any way interfere with the freedom of any squirrel, fish or Other aid mat. being the prop erty of the city, In any such park. Any person, firm or corporation which shall violate or authorize or procure, a violation of any provision of tills section shall, upon con fiction 1 hereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of five dollar* if5>) for each and every such offense. 21. Jt shall he unlawful for any person to utter any profane, threatening or ahusjva language or l«id outcry. o»- perfoi m any ob scene or Indeclnt act. commit any nuisance, solicit any . nntrihution or SubScrlptim*. or to play any game of chance, In any city park within the city of Newark, or to bring in i such park any Instrument of chance or gam bling whatsoever. Any person who shall violate or authorize or procure a violation of any provtalon of this section shall, upon/conviction thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of fen dollars ($10) for etch and every such offense. LT. Every violin ion bv the same person, firm or corporation or any provision of any sec'Ion of this ordinance, which continues on any day or days succeeding the first violation thereof, shall constitute an additional violation for each of such succeeding days. 2.1. All ordinances and part* of ordinances heretofore ordained which are Inconsistent with this ordinance ate hereby repealed. 21. This ordinance shall take effect lmm* dlatel.i Adopted September 6. 1911. JAMES A. BEERV. President. GEORGE H. ASTLEY, BERNARD M. SHAN LEY. JR.. Shade Tree Commissioners. Attest ; CA RLB A N X W A RT. Secret ary. Presented to the Mayor for approval Tues day. September 19. 1911. Approved September 19. 1911. JACOB IIAUSSLIXG. Mayor At the regular meeting of the Shade Tree CoinmiSHion, held In the City Hall at .1 p. m . Wednesday, September 6. 1911. the foregoing ordinance whs taken up on third reading and final passage, was passed and duly signed by the Mayor and Is therefore a law. CARL BAXX'WART. Secretary COMMISSIONERS’ SALE W BUILDINGS We. the undersigned comtulssionets, duly HPlJointed to compute, estimate and fix dam ages for local improvement*, having made '»n estimate and assessment of damage.* sustained by the opening of South Thirteenth afreet, from Sixteenth avenue northerly tn Peat street, and from I’cat street northerly about 199.65 feet, except ’hat portion now included within the Unfits of French street, and the opening of South Twentieth street, from Clinton avenue to Springfield avenue, will sell on the premises at public auction on Wednesday. September 27. 1911. at 2 o'clock In the afternoon of said day. frame dwelling barn and shed* located on old I’*at street, itt the rear of No*. 213 217 Sixteenth avenue. V» 3 o’clock In the afternoon of said dav one three story frame dwelling located at No. .'07 Avon avenue. Terms will he twenty-five <2«.i per cent, at time of purchase and the remain ing amount of purchase price on or before the expiration of two <’2^ days from date of sale The conditions of sale will he that tho purchaser will remove or tear down the s»ld building on or before the first day of No vember, 1911. The right 1* reserved to withdraw the sale If deemed best Dated September 20. 1911. WILLIAM DIMOND. JOHN F. MONAHAN,. ADOLPH FISt ’IT. *ept20-iit Commissioners SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. MISS CRAVEN’S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, 978 Broad street. Reopens Thursday. September 28th. Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate, Aca demic and College Preparatory Departments. A limited number of boya received In tho lower departments. Catalogues on application. TAILORING. Rosenberg, Ladies I ailor, 10 Rreiatnall place. Market snd High. Suit* to order; perfect fitting guaranteed; full line ni l.!* w \vn;n—MAI F. WANTED -Two carpenter* to take down screen*. ED. SCHWA ML. McWhorter and Garden s’*. full 1 p m. Saturday. SI) MM Fit RESORTS. Anbury Pnrk, N. J* M A DTPI I 1:';l Kingsley t . u.clng ocean. iMrllv I LLL near Arcade. Jun« rates. 58 '1 '*• M<;U°. Lunch. FURNISH FID ROOMS TO LET. •IAMKS ST. r>4 Furnished room*, all Im provement*. undo new management. O. P. SCHALLER Boat gr*d» of coal Family trade a *ps cialty. 401 Springfield av. Phone, 598 Waverly, Cl TV ADV KltTUUCJUfilVTS. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that th* I following proposed ordinance passed ft second reading snd was ordered to a third and t.iml | reading at h meeting of the Board of Street ■ and Water Co mm is si on era held September :l. 1911: An ordinance granting pernilaalon to Public Service Railway Company, He auceeaaora <• assigns. to locate, construct, operate a net maintain the following extension to its atree' railway system in the City of Newark, Count.' of Essex and State of New' Jersey, being an extension from tracks in South Fourteenth street in said city, conaiating of n single trav k iu Gould avenue, with connections bet wee1 the same and Its car-houae property lori*e>| on the northerly side of Gould avenue (its ex tension being Sussex avenue. East Orange, i snd also with connections between enld single track In Gould avenue and the easterly «:nd westerly tracks In South Fourteenth street, in tho City of Newark, County of Essex and State of New Jersey. Ke it ordained by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, as follows: Section 1. That content and permission 1 »* and the same are herehy granted to Public | Service Railway Company, ita successors or assign*, to locate, construct, operate and 1 maintain the following extension to Us s'rn t I railway system In tho City of Newark,. County , of Essex and State of New Jersey, being an extension from trades in South Fourteenth ] street in said city, consisting of a single track in Gould avenue, with connections between the same and its rat-house property located on tho northerly side of Gould avenue (i's | extension being Sussex avenue. Ear'- Orange), | Rnd also with connections between said single ; track In Gould avenue and the easterly and westerly tracks in .South Fourteenth street, in the City of Newark, County of Kssex and Stale I of New Jersey. The centre lines of the tra-'ka j composing said extension and connections arc i described ns follows: )a> Beginning at a point in the centre line of the present easterly trad; in South Four teenth street, distant fifty-eight feet and fifty hundredths of a foot (68.60’) southwardly from the Intersection of said centre lino and tin centre line of Gould avenue, and extending thence as follows (1) northwardly curving toward the left with a. radius of one hundred and two feet and thirty-five hundredths of a foot G02.tf'), a distance of eleven fed and ninety-one «fne hundredths of a foot /11.91’) • to a point, of compound curve; thermo iji atilt curving toward the left with a radius of fifty-two feet and thirty-five hundredths of a foot (53.35'). a distance of seventy feet and flro hundredths of a foot (70.06’) to a point of compound curve; thence (3) still curving toward the left with a tadlua of one hundred and two feet and thirty-live hundredths of :• foot. 1102.35'.), a distance of eleven feet und , ninety-one one hundredths of a foot (11.91’) I to a point of tangent; thence (4) north sixty nine degrees twenty-two minutes (09d. U,2ni.i west seventy-six feet and ten hundredths of . a foot (78.10’) to a point in the dividing lln between the City of Newark and the City of EufI Orange. (If) Beginning at a. point in the centre lii of tho we«ioi*jy track in South Fourteenth p rer', distant forly-nine feet and seventy-two hundredths cf a foot (49.72’) northwardly from the intersection of said centre line and th* ■ •entry line of Gould avenue, and extending thence nr follows' (1) southwardly curvii * toward the right with a radius of one, hundred and two feel and thirty-five hundredth* of » foot (103.35'/, ii distance of eleven feet an I ninety-one one hundredths cf a foot (11.91*) a po;nt of compound curve, thence (2) s ill curving toward tho right with n radius of forty-two feet and thirty-five hundredth? of n foot (42.86'), a distance of fifty-six feet and sixty seven hundredths of a foot i80.fi7*> to a point of compound curve; thence (8) Rtlll curv ing towai.! 1 he right with a radius of one hun dred and two feet and thirty-five hundredth* if a font 002.35’). a distance of eleven feet, and nlnety*one one hundredths of a (11.91’) to a point in the centre line of ihn track above described as (a) and there con necting therewith <e) Beginning at a point In the centre li o o( the connection above described os •;»).' distant thirty feer and thirty-one one him dredtha of a foot 00.31’) westwardly from it"’ end of the third course in said description, and extending thence aw follows: (tl north wear ward It curving toward tho right with a radius of e:;c hundred and two feet and ihlrty-flve hundredths of a foot (102.36’), ;» distance of eleven feet and ninety-one one hundredths of it foot (11.91') ’o a point cf com pound curve; thence (2) still curving toward the right with a radius of thirty-seven feet nn-l thirty five hundredths of a foot (37.35 ' « distance cf ole* en feet snd thirty hundredths *>* a fen <11.36’) io a point of tangent: rheiwe nori.1) forty-five degrees twenty-two minutes Gf.d. west twenty-five (“Ct and twenty .ife hundredths of n foot (25.23') to a poiv In the dividing line between the »*l«r of New ark ami the City of East Orange. ■ d) Beginning at a point In the cei.tr/* Jin'* of the track above described as (c). distant three feet and seventy-seven hundredths of a hot i5.7?’> northwestwardly from the end of tlie second course of said description, and ex tending thence a? follows; <1) north forty-flv« degrees twenty-two minutes <45d. 22m > west eleven feet ar.d forty-nine hundredths <if a font <11.49’) to a point of curve: thence <2» curving toward tho right with ii radius of one hundred and two feet und thirty-five him dredtha of n foot (102.36*), a distance of ten foet. ami twenty-one one hundredth* of a ! foot < 10.21') 1o a point in tho dividing lino between the City of Newark and the C!h "f L-irtst Orange. <e) Beginning at a point J:i y>e cenle line of the track above described as (c). /ust«nt three feci and seventy-seven hundr»i ha ot a foot (3.71) northwestwardly from the end of the second course of said deact Intiou. nnd < x tendlng thence as follow**: * 1» northwest - wardly curving tow aid the right w ith a tadlua of one hundred and two feet and thirty H,** hundredths of a fool (102.33’), a <l1«t nice *f eleven feet and ninety-one one hundr d'.ha »*f ii foot m.91’1 to a point of compound mv*; thence (2) still curving toward the right with a ladlua of thirty-seven fret ind thirty-five hundredths of a foot (37.35'>. h distance of eleven tcet and seventy-nine rmdr.’dths cf a foot (11.79') to a point In tho dividing lino between the C'ity of Newark ind the City of East Drang/'. (f) Beginning at a point in l.’te i cut 1 II’■* of the track above described a? *a>. distant seventeen feet and seventy-two hundredths -if n foot 117.72'» eflHiwardly frini the dividing lire between tho City of F.ast orange and the City of Newark, ami extending thence n ftd Iowa: it) westwardly curving toward «he tight with n radiiih of one* hundred and tna und thirty-five hundredths of a foot (102.3 V/, :i distance of eleven feet and nine*y-cne one hundredths of a foot (11.91’) to ;/ itr.inl if compound curve; theme 2) still dJ/ving toward the right will) a radius of forty-iwo feet and thirty-five hundredths rf ». feet (42.36'), ft distance of five feet and ninety live hundredths of a foot (5.95’ > to a point in the dividing line between the City of News k and the City of East Orange. The tracks above described are shown on map numbered 8069-C attached 1o petition of which this ordinance in based. Section 2. permission is further granted to said company to operate ears ovei *aid con necting 1 racks by electricity supplied to eh t trio motors on the cars from overhead wt-ea by what is known as the overhead Colby system, and to erec-t the necessary v i therefor, and for the purpose of supporting said wires to erect and maintain six '») p*»h s In the locations Indicated by the numbered red dote on map numbered 3009-C attached to petition on which this ordinance la tinned. Said poles are to Ke specifically located as follows Pole No. 1 is to be located within the no lb erly curb line of Gould avenue. di&’&nt twenty feet (20') westwardly from he wri n ly side line of South Fourteenth street t to ri uced. ' Pole No. 3 is to be located within the northerly curb lino of Gould avenue, distint tIUrt.v-t wo feet * -32’) westwardly from ■ ele No. t. Polo No. 6 is to be located within the iiMth erly curb line of Gould avenue, distant thirty four feel (H|' i westwardly from pole No. 3. Pole No. 2 is to be located within the * i.tb erly curb line of Gould avenue on lie . an erly side line of South Fourteenth street produced. Pole No. 4 is to be located within the south erly curb line of Gould avenue, distant rwenty f>et (20’) westwardly from the westerly *:d'e line of South Fourteenth ameer produced. Pole No. 0 is to be located within the southerly curb line of Oeuld avenue, distant forty-five feet (45') westwardly from > ole No. 4. Section 3. The period for which said permls aion is given is for a period of twenty (20) years from the date of the approval of this ordinance. Section 4. The rails con posing the above tracks are to be of a Range of four fee- eight and one-half inches m' 8V) and are to he laid on each side of and equally distant from the centre linos above described. Section 5. Public Service Railway company shall maintain and keep In repair the pave ment and crosswalks between its tracks and for eighteen Inches 08”) outside thereof. Bectlon 6- The street and avenue, including sidewalks, disturbed In the construction of said connecting (racks shall be restored to condition satisfactory to the General Kuperin lendeni of Works or the Board of Street and Water Comirilotioner*. Section 7. The permission and consent, to construct, locate, operate end maintain tlm (racks and connections hereinbefore dcs/ilbed are given and granted onl> for the us/* as connections from South Fourteenth street and Could avenue to the r»i -house piopert.v of said Public Service Railway Company, located on the northerly side of Gould avenue (its extension being Sussex avenue, East Orange1, and tor ihe moving of cars upon, to and from ita said • ar-hOuse property, snd for no other purpose whatsoever, and this permission and consent ate given ami granted upon the express con dition that said Hacks and connections when laid shall he used, operated and maintained for no oilier purpose whatsoe’er than to move cars upon to an/l from said car-house prop erty of said company from South Fourteenth street an/l Gould avenue -its extension being Sussex avenue. East Granger. In vase any other use of aaid tracks or connections !a made by Public Service Railway Company, Its successors or assigns, the permission and consent hereby given shall forthwith become and be forfeited and void, unless all other use is immediately thereafier discontinued on notice and demand given ami made therefor by the city lo said company, its successors or assigns and In case of said forfeiture the saJd company. Its successor* or assigns shall upon thirty <3()> days’ notice in writing mailed to the principal office of said company it* successors or assigns, by said city, lake up and remove such tracks ami connect lone, and upon failure thereof the city may after the expiration of aaid thirl.) days re move the same without further notice io said cornpanv. its sucqtpaora or nss/gns. und the cost of removal of -jfcid tracks and connections MARKET CLOSING HEAVY; BEARS IN HASTY RETREAT Talk of Big Pool in l). S. Steel Gives Encouragement to Bulls. NEW YORK, Sept. 22.-—The stock market was again deluged with sell ing orders for U. S. Steel at the open ing today. The first sale of the com mon was 45,000 shares, a block of al most unprecedented size, which sold from 54 to 55',s, an extreme loss of C<. On subsequent transactions the price fell to 53'i. In the first ten minutes of trading 105.400 shares were sold. The preferred stock sold at 103|j, a loss of i"a. The remainder of the market was seriously upscl. The defeat of Cana dian reciprocity was chiefly responsible for largo losses among the railroad shares. Great Northern preferred fell back 417, Northern Pacific tfVi, Erlo first preferred 1A7, Canadian Pacific, Lehigh Valley and Atchison I >7. and Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, St. Paul, Mis souri Pacific. Reading and Northwest ern one. The decline In General Elec tric continued and the stock lost four points. Noon After a violent break in prices m, the stock exchange tills morning a decided change of front occurred Prices were pushed up even more rapidly than they declined in the early nailing. United States Steel preferred more than made up Its loss, rising from ie.3 In 1»6, as compared with yes terday's closing price of 10517. The common rallied 4 points, from 53'* to 571«. recovering all but a fraction of Its decline. Almost the entire list, with the exception of United States Steel common and the fllll shares, rallied above yesterday's close. Canadian Pacific made a net gain of 5 points. Union Pacific 2s*. St. Paul Uj and Reading I. Bethlehem Steel preferred was sent tip from 54'i to 58'-, General Electric from 142 to1 14517. Great Northern preferred from 130 lo 123 and Northern Pacific from 111** to 11414. The market ignored nil Influences other than the steel situation and Ihe defeat of Canadian reciprocity. The violence of the rally "as due In large part to a rout of the bears. When It became cvidenl that substantial sup port whs being offered Ihe bull leaders look the market In hand. The turn in tin trend was so swift that the short interests lock fright and began to bid against the bulls for storks to cover their contracts. Profit-taking sent prices off sharply again before mid day. however. United Stales Steel re acted 114 and Canadian Pacific 2 points The bond market was easy. 1 p. m - Trading fell off lo a marked degree during the noon hour, blit the undertone continued feverish. There were fractional recessions from best prices, particularly in U. S. Steel, which felt the weight of further liquidation. 2 p. m. Uiother selling movement of formidable proportions overtook the market after 1 o’clock. It again cen tered around steel, but spread to such allied issues as American .Smelling and Amalgamated Copper. American Smelting got nearly 5 points from its high price and that stock as well as Amalgamated Copper fell to the lowest of the day. Railroad shares were sym patheticailv affected. Union Pacific sell ing over 2 points under Its earlier high est, while Canadian Pacific fell over 4, I'. S. Steel gave way from 57’7 to Bi’i. hut. rallied above 56 again when the whole market hardened substantially. The decline coincided with advices from Washington indicating the Inten tion of the department of justice lo bring further suit against corporations. 3 p. m The market, closed heavy. Finding that they could dislodge little stock b.v another drive against the copper shares and making no impres sion whatever on United States Steel and the active railroads, the bears beat a hasty retreat and bought stock ill large amounts. United Slate* Steel again mounted to 57, Reading to 139 and Union Pacific in I6<L Talk about a himclrecl-tliousantl share pool in United States Steel, which had been hanging over the mar ket, having been liquidated this morn ing. afforded encouragement to the bulls in bidding up prices. Fluctua tions 111 the latler part of the (lav were on a normal basis. Prices, aside from the Hill group and the copper and steel stocks, ruled mostly well above yesterdav's closing. There was a re newal of profit-taking in the final deal ings and fresh liquidation In United Slates Steel. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. Following are the quotations of the day’* prices. a« furnished through Byrne & McDonnell, members of the New York Stock Exchange: < )pf ii.Hlgh.Low.Close. Allis t/haltnera pf 17% 17% •' 17 Ainal Copper.. .. 51 53 52|« Am Can... 9% 9% 9% Am Can pf 81% 82% SI** *2% Am Car & Found. 44% 44% 43% 44*4 Ain Cotton Dll... 50*4 51 50% 51 Am II & r.. 3% 3% 3*4 3*'a in Locomotive... 33% 3S% 33% 3374 Am Loco pf... 104*4 104*4 104*4 104% Am Smelting.. ■ 64% 68% 01*4 OI7* Am Smelting pf.. 101*4 101*4 101H 10144 Am Sugar 111% H5 114% 114** Am Woolen. .. 2**4 -8*4 -8% ♦ Am Woolen p1 88% $8% 8 % 87% < i i \ Ain KfrriSEMUVi a. ; shall be paid upon demand •. said company, ■ it* *u«<esaora ° a**'gna. to *a>d city, i Benton s Nothin* ' * ordinance aha!. ! , c*. h • tfri a* n v-n' er ; "fy r,f any right ilia: m* have unriv. •• any existing I ordinance or mdlnanccK so require U:t diacon tlnuamo m he Public Servin'- Railway < *oni | parte oi corporations »n*cd by them, or it* i aiicccssorg or assigns. of the operation of can on )ia se-eral lino* In the city by «Mectrlclty supplied to electric motor* on the mi* from | overhead wire* by what*!* known as the o-. *>i head ;iollf■ avs*f:n:. or :t any win to affect | a■ i<■:i i tfthia amt ti e provlafona of anch or* I (linan e shall apply io right* acquired by nan1 I’ubih Sar\ ice Railway rompam under th# grant and permlaalon hereby given Section ». The coat of advertlaiug in con nection 'villi tliia ordinance shall be paid by raid Public Service Railway Company. Section JO. The provision* or thlf ordinance if accepted t»v »«id Public Service Railway Cornpanv, shall be P'» accepted by the flit til •xiih the clerk of the Board of Street and Water • ommfseioners of tlie Pity of Newark or a formal acceptance thereof, in writing, executed h> the duly authorised officers of said Public Hen n o Railway Company within twenty • days after the approval op this ordinance, yvhereupon the same snail take r»f fc i Immediately. otherwise this ordinance and the consent and penr.isfion given there My shall l-e void and of >•> effect. WILLIAM Ml NULK. President of the Board or Street and Watei Commissioner*. WM. K QRBATHEA15. ■ep23 Clerk oi the- Board. Anaconda . 32% 38 32%, 78 Al, T A S Ke. . .. 101% 102% 100% ’02% At, TASK pf . 102 102 101% toil. Ball. A Ohio. 95% 96% 95% 955* Brooklyn R T_ 7* 78% 72% 7!, Canadian Pacific 224 229% 223'-, 227% Central l.eaiher,. 19% 19% 19 19 Ches A Ohio. 69% 70% 69% 70% I Chic Gt Western. 17% 17% 17% 17% Chic, Mil * SI P. Ilya, 117% 110 112 Chic A X W. 138% 140 188% 140 Colorado FA I. 25% 25% 25% 25% Con Gas. 131 182 130% 131% D, I. A W. 510 510 510 510 Denver A P.lo Or. 22% 22% 22% 22% Distillers' Seetlr. 30% 30% 80>... 30% Dllltitll S Shore.. 10 10 10 10 Eric . 30% 31% 30% 30% Erie 1st pf. 48% 50% 48% 50 Eric 2d pf. to 40 40 40 Gt Northern pf.. 121 123 120 122% General Electric.. 142 146 142 145 Illinois Central... 134% 135% 134% 135% I nterho rough Met 13% 135* |3% 13% interbor Met pf... 11 11 40s* 41 1 lull S Pump pf.. SI 81 Si si Iowa Central . IS IS 18 IS Kan City So. 27 27 27 27 Kan City So pf.. 62% 62% 62 62 Louis A Nash.... 138 139 138 139 .Man Elevated .. 132% 132% 131% 131% *M, St P A S S M 125 127% 124% 127% Mo Pa. itic . 35 36 35 35% Mo, Kan A. Texas. 28% 28% 28% 28% Mo, Kan A Tex pi 62% 62% 62% 62% Nat Biscuit . 127 130 127 130 National Leaf _ 47% 48% 46 46 X V Central .... 100% 101% 100% 101% X Y. nnt A West 38 38% 37% 28% Norfolk.100 100%. 100 100% North American.. 65% 63% 65 65 Northern Pac .... 112% 114% 111% 114 Pacific Mall . 28*, 29% 28s* 29 | Pennsylvania .... .19 119% 118% 119** People's Gaa .. . 103'* 103% 103% 102% ' Pittsburg Coal .. 17% 17% 17% 17% i Pittsburg Coal pf 79 79 79 79 1 Pressed S Car_ 28 26%, 25% 28% | Pressed S C pf.. 91 92 91 92 i Ry Steel Sp. 27 27 27 27 : Heading . 136% 139 J36% 138% ! Reading 1st pf.... 89 89 89 89 ’ Rep T A S. 21% 22 2D, 22 Rep I A S pf 83% 84-% 83% 84% Rock Island . . 22% 24 22s* 23% I Rock Island pf_ 45 46% 45 45 i St Louis S W pf.. 69 69% 69 69s* Southern Pacific.. 106% 107% 106% 107% i Southern Ry. 25% 26% 25% 26% Southern Ry pf.. 62% 63 62 63 ' Third Ave. 8% 8% 7% 7% I Texas A Pacific. 22'* 22% 22% 22% ! Tol, St L & W.... 18%. lS»i 16% 185, Union Pacific 156% 160 158% 159'*. U S Rubber .... 361, 36% 34% 35% U S Steel . 54 57% 63% 56% U S Steel pf. 104% 106 103 1 07,% Wabash . 12% 13 12% 13 Wabash pf . 24% 25 24% 24% Western Union .. 75% 75% 75 75 Wls Central .... 48 49%. IS 49% Wesflioiise El .. 59 60% 59 59% ■ 'Ex-dividend. I LOCAL SECURITIES ! The hid and aikrd price* appended ere fiirnlnhed through Eliflc A King! ELECTRIC, GAS. ETC. Bid. Asked < ‘elluioid < To.. . . 133 136 < ’on Trac of N J. 7 4 7« Essex & Hudson Gaa. 185 138 j Hudson Co (ins. 133 136 Newark Con Gas. 9« New Jersey Zinc Co. 89ft Public Service ctfs. 103 105 Public Service Stock.109 118 Rapid Transit S1 Fly Co. .280 Ringer Mfg Co. . . 250 260 South Jersey Ga*. ISO 133 BANK STOCKS. City Trust Co. 160 Esacx Co Nat Bank. 300 SOS I Federal Trust ('To . 220 226 | Fidelity Trust c0 . 790 800 | Ironboiind Trust Co . . 208 210 Manufacturer*’ Nut Bank . 250 266 j Merchants* Nat Bank. 255 26ft i Mutual Trust Co. of Orange iftft 16ft Newark Trust rn. 160 ifto I Nat Newark Banking Co... 890 400 National State Bank. 225 23r, North Ward Nat Bank... 390 400 (Union National Bank. 395 400 West Side Trust Co. 245 255 LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE. American Fire. 480 ... Colonial Life. 350 ... Firemen’s insurance . ... 4S0 Newark Fire .320 Prudential 400 BONDS Con Tract 1*1 on 1933.. 103U 104 Hudson Co Gas 1st 6 s. 194 9. 103 103 c J C. Hob* Pat 4a. 1949... 74s« 75C Nwk Con Gas con f»s, I94S . 103'- 105 Nwk Gas Co I at fie. 194 4 127 128 N '.l St Rv 1st 4a. 194K. 76 Cj 77' O * I’ V 1st 5k. 1988.. 92 Pub Serv gen mtg 5*. 1959 93 ’a 94 So .lerse.\ Gas 1st 5s. 1958 97 98 United Elec Co 1st 4*. 1949 77 78 NEW YORK CURB MARKET. The following New York Curb quo tations are furnished and corrected by Charles A. Rtoneham & Co., 54 Broad street. New York: Bid. Asked. Bay Stale Gas.31 .44 Brit Col Cop. 3 50 3.75 ♦Buffalo . 1.60 2.00 Butte & N Y.12 .37 Butte Coalition . 14.00 14.62 Car Isa .12 15 •Colorado .20 31 (Tomb Frau .08 .10 47 O D Con.08 .10 ♦Crown Reserve. 2.si 3.00 Daily .07 .09 Davis-D Cop .S7 1.00 Ely Cons ..31 .37 First National . l.oo 1.12 ♦Florence Goldfield . 1.18 1.31 j Giroux Min . 3.44 3.60 Greene-Can . 5.87 6.00 Inspira Cop . 5.87 6.00 . 1 .— It Tastes Good Because Everything II T C' j i II >!LSHtR —// nel/«|| Your grocer or dealer will / B PEvW supply you with Krueger’s. If /^V either cannot, phone us HQ5 I JT”v.r.“~' , "''Itxrssxfs-"' B wanMEOER Bm*; w_ -. •__.. * ! k ------ Byrne & McDonnell Members of N. V. Stock l:\chanjre 776 Broad St., Newark, N. J. WILLIAM F. KING MANAGER tki kphom: isoo msrkf.t r7< OFFICE 60 Broadway, New York 7 - - - - --1 —9 ChariesA. Stoneham SiCa Mining Curb Brokers 54 Broad Streat, Now York SPECIALISTS IN ALL LISTED AND UNLISTED SECURITIES Up-to-date reports ISEIST FREE> cnnlnlnliiK lalral n1l<hrlllll, Informntlon on any stock you may bo Interested In. National Newark Banking Company Newark. N. J., Hept. 21, 1911. TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH DIVIDEND. The Itoaid of Directora of tide bank ha« this •la? declared n quart rlv dMdend of six per cent . payable on nnd after October 2. 1911, to atoek holders of record September 21, 1911. Dividend checks will be mailed to share holders. WALTER M VAN DEUSJBN, Cashier. ESTABLISHED ISfll WARREN N. TRUSDELL & GO. Dealers in Stocks and Bonds Hank, tins and Insurance Fto< ka a Specialty Hlgh-grad* Investment SccurltJea 780 BROAD STREET NOTICES. PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION OF NEW JERSEY. Newark, Now Jersey. August 30, 1911. To the holders of the flve per cent, three-year col lateral gold notes of Public Service Cor poration of New Jeraey dated October 1, 1910: Notice la hereby given that the fl\e per cen*. [three-year collateral gold notes issued by said , corporation under date of October 1. 1910, amounting to four mfllfon dollar*, and secured | by a trust agreement between said corporation and Fidelity Truat Company of Philadel phia. Penneylvanln, as trustee, will be re deemed ami paid, with accrued Interest, at the office of said truat company In the city of Philadelphia. Tennayhanla. on Monday, tha second day of October, 1911. after which data intereC will regno to accrue. JAM EH V. nUSENBF.RRY Treasurer •Kerr Lake . 3.66 3.59 •La Rose Con. 3.94 4.on Mason Valley. 7.25 7.75 Mines Co of Am. 4.5<* 4.62 Montana Tonopah.73 .7s N-Utah Min & Smelt... .50 .56 Xlp Mines Co. 7.75 8.00 Ohio Copper. 1.37 1.5n Rawhide Coal. -64% .06 Ray Central. L37 1.14 Silver I*eaf.*>2Mj .05 •Sioux Cons. 17 20 South Utah.62 .75 Tonopah Belmont . 6.81 6.87 I Ton Exten.98 1.02 •Tonopah Min. 6.00 6.25 i Tri-Bullion .31 .37 1 Trinity . 3.00 3.50 ! •Uncle Sain.31 .37 I Union Mines .Is 31 United < ’upper . I "O 1.5ft | Yukon Gold . 3.62 3.9 I May Day .11 .1* dividend-payers. CHANGE NEW P0ST0FFICE. WESTFIELD, Sept. 22.—Alterations I costing several hundred dollars are be ing made to Ihc front of the handsome new postofflee building being erected |.v A. X. Pierson on Kim street, be ! cause of the fact that the heavy | narbie pillars stood six inches over 1 he building line. It is necessary to ! chisel out six inches of cement work in ! order to move back the heavy columns. ; Hie moving of the columns will also ! necessitate other changes to the front of the building.