BINZEN—Suddenly, on September 28, 1911.
» Frederick W. Binzen, aged 61 years. 81
Warrington place. East Orange, N. J.
BR ANN EG AN—On September 27 1911.
Carrie M., beloved daughter of Charles
aud Mary Brannegau, at her parents’
residence, 85 State street.
g, BRABSON—On September 28, 1911, Anne
” Keay. daughter of Frank and Olive Ben
d field Brabson. aged 2 years 6 months,
439 Mt. Prospect avenue.
BROOME—At East Orange. N. J., Sep
tember 27, 1911. Emma Donaldson, widow
of the late Jonathan Broome.
BROWNE—On September 28, 1911, Abby,
beloved wife of Richard Browne.
DALLY—At. Rahway, N. J., September 27.
1911, Lewis Mason, son of Christiana and
the late Charles M. Dally aud husband
of Edna G. Dally (nee Harrison), 19
Whittier street, Rahway.
DAVIS—On September 28. 1911, Ella Merle,
infant daughter of Charles T. aud Ellen
J. Davis, aged 1 year 8 mouths, 374
Kearny avenue. Arlington. N. J.
DONNELLY—On Thursday, September 28,
1911, at her late home, 205 North Fourth
street. Mrs. Lovetta P. Donnelly, be
loved wife of Eugene B. Donnelly (nee
Notice of funeral hereafter.
FAGAN—On September 27, 1911, Mary
Fagan, at tin residence of her sister,
Mrs. Anna Monahau. 405 Washington
• GILROY-On September 27, 1911, Bridget,
beloved wife ol the late John Gilroy.
Relatives nncl friends and members of
the Rosary and Altar Societies are kind
ly invited to attend the funeral from
her late residence, 256 Academy street,
on Saturday, September 30. ^dt 8:30 a. in.,
to St. Joseph’s Church, where a Solemn
High Mass of Requiem will he offered
for the repose of her soul. Interment
in the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.
HAUSHALTER—Died suddenly, on Sep
tember 27, 1911, Ida May Haushalter, be
loved wife of Fred Haushalter. 304 Green
avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
MAUD—Cm Thursday, September 28, 1911.
• Louisa F.. wife of the late William
Maul, in her 69th year, 22 North Sixth
UrGO V E)RN—A t Blooinlleld. N. J., on
Thursday. September 28, 1911, Jennie Mc
Govern (nee- Tonery). beloved wife of
P;«trick McGovern, 20 Dodd street, Bloom
MILLER—At Brookdale. N. J.. on Sep
tember 28, 1911. John J.. husband of the
late Barbara Miller, in the 88th year of
* his age.
PAuD—Suddenly, at Cranford. N. J..
September 26. Rosina T.. wife of
Isaac N. Paul and daughter of the
late John M. Beck, of New York city.
PR1NKVEAU—At West Orange, N. J.. on I
Wednesday. September 27, 1911. Raphael. ;
husband of Sarah Prineveau, 15 Elm i
SAUNIER—At Irvington. N. J., Sep
tember 29, 1911, Hettie J.. wife of Peter
P. Saunter (nee Van Riper), aged 79
years. 1086 Springfield avenue.
* SARI ES—On September 28. 1911, Gertrude,
daughter of Frank and Agnes irene
Hankln Sarles, aged 9 months, 327 Walnut
SHOEMAKER-At Belleville. N. J., on
September 27. 1911. Ethel R., beloved
daughter »>f Van t'amn find Sarah shoe
maker (nee Quinn). 291 Main street.
SOMMER On Thursday, September 28. ,
1911, our beloved father. Joseph Sommer,
aged 50 years 11 months and 11 days. 316
. Academy street.
STEWART—On September 29. 1911, Eliza
beth E.. wife of Samuel Stewart, in her
72d year. 151 Sherman avenue.
STINSON- On September 27. 1911, at her
late residence. 19 Reade street. Annie F..
beloved wife of Captain Robert B. Stin
VOGEL—At Ocean Park. Cal.. Thursday.
September 28. 1911 Anna Vogel (nee
Ringel), beloved wife of Julius Vogel
Notice of fnneral hereafter.
VOI..LMFR -On September 28, 1911. 1yds.
4 infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul
WOUTERS f)u Wednesday. -September 27.
1911, at her lute resilience. 64 Mulberry
vlT^et. Elizabeth Wolters (nee Dorsey),
beloved daughter of the Tate Michael and
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. David Slater, of Belleville, d°
p|re fo thunk the Rev. Mr. l’apham for hi*
k'nd word*; of. consolation at the funeral of
their daughter. Nellie Slater. Also the gentle
men who acted as pall-bearer*, and the friend*
♦or their beautiful floral offerings.
FUN Ell \ L HI HECTORS.
People’s Burial Co.
380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave.
89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N. J.
WILT. FURNISH FOR
elegatft casket, covered with fine Mack broad
cloth. white or silver gray plush, with massive
bar handles, engraved nameplate, lined with
silk or satin, outside case, embalming, adver
tising, d re swing, shnvlng. crucifix, candelabra,
gloves, chairs, hearse and three coaches to any
city cemetery. We furnish for
a funeral that measures up to any trust under
taker $90 00 funeral. Funeral parlors free.
PHONE 257 BRANCH BROOK.
* Newark Burial Co.
534 BROAD STREET,
Between Bridge and Lombardy streets.
we agree to supply Black Broadcloth, White
Plush. Imitation Oak Casket, Handles. Plate,
Interior Lined Complete, Outside Pine Box,
Embalming. Newspaper Notice, Use of Rug,
Pedeetal, Crepe, ( amp Chairs, Hearse, Three
Coaches and City Cemetery, Services of
. Funeral Director.
Parlore for funeral in connection.
fo2l’nMarket. 534 BrOad St.
J. A A. W. HARTH,
Funeral Directors and Coach Owners.
208 South Orange avenue. Phone Market 2.
WM. F. MULLIN.
228 Lafayette street. Phone 660 Market.
I FRANK A. FOLEY,
' Funeral Director and Kmbahner,
208 Lafayette street. Phone 5738 Market.
GLEN RIDGE CEMETERY
Franklin av. and Joralemon st., Bloomfield,
N. J.; tel. 1643-J, Bloomfield. Plot, 4 graves
and over, $65 up. Graves, adults, $14.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Irvington, halsted av., es—New two
famlly house, five and six rooms and bath;
all improvements; near school and cars; lot
30x180. R. MUTH. 386 .Springfield av., or
ROSS, 38 Halsted av.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—Two horses, one gray, lame In front;
other horse is bay, has white patch on lower ,
I part of feet. If found kindly return to M. ■
, PARISI and deceive reward and expenses. 36
1 \ Little St., Belleville, N. J. L. D. tel. 2401-L.
[ fy Belleville.
WANTED—Transformer winders, and also ex- |
periemed young me*, to wind magnet coils. 1
145 Miller st.
MRS. LOUISE OLIVER, voice culture: ar
tistic tone production for the speaking and
ringing voice Newark Studio. 392 Plane st.. j
Tuesdays and Fridays Residence studio, 42»
West Twentieth at., New York.
Aabury Park, N. J.
MABTFII l3K1 Kingsley t, luclng ooeaa.
iflriiV 1 ULL near Arcade. Jun*. rates. $8
f n* Lunah.
O. P. SCHALLER
Beat grades rf coal. Family trade a spe
cialty. 401 SprirgflelJ at. Phone, 53* Waverly.
Notice is hereby given to all parties Inter
ested that the certificates of assessment of the
whole amount of the costs and expenses of
grading, curbing and flagging
NEW YORK AVENUE.
SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET,
have been delivered to me according to law.
Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts
and parcels of land and real estate lying on
both sides of
300 feet west of Seymour avenue to Osborne
terrace; on both sides of
from 469.89 feet west ol Seymour avenue to
Osborne terrace; on both sides of
NEW YORK AVENUE,
from Garrison street to Jabez street; on both
from Ailing street to Ward street; on both
from Hayes alley to Mechanic street; on both
'rom Pacific street to Elm road; on both sides
SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET,
from Avon avenue to Madison avenue; on both
from Elizabeth avenue to Frelinghuysfcn ave
nue; on both sides of
from Emmett street to Miller street.
The owners of land and real estate assessed
in said certificates of assessment are hereby
required to pay the amount so assessed upon
them, and eitch of them respectively, to me at
my office, City Hall, on or before November 6,
Newark, N. J., September 26, 1911.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER OF
THE "BOARD OF STREET AND WATER
COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY
Notice.—The final estimates for the follow
ing contracts will be presented to the Board
of Street and Water Commissioners of the
City of Newark, for acceptance, nt the regular
meeting on Thut#day. October 5, 1911, between
3:16 and 3:30 p. fn.. viz. For the construction
of the following sewers:
QUITMAN ALLEY SEWER.
ELM ROAD. GOTTHARD STREET AND
NEW YORK AVENUE SEWER,
SOUTH STREET SEWER.
And for the paving of the following streets:
from Elizabeth avenue to Frellnghuyseti ave
NORTH THIRTEENTH STREET,
from Park avenue to Fourth avenue;
from Chadwick avenue to South Eighteenth
from Summer avenue to Lincoln avenue;
WEST END AVENUE.
from South Orange avenue to laurel place;
PLUM POINT LANE,
from Hawkins street to Manufacturers’ branch 1
of the Central Railroad,
from South Grange avenue to Dasslng avenue,
and for the repaving of
from Clifton avenue to Lake street;
Also for the grading, curbing and flagging of
from 400 feet west of Seymour avenue to Os- !
borne terrace, and the south side of
from Washington avenue to Riverside avenue.
All objections to the payment of said esti
mates must be filed tn this office In writing
on or before 2 o’clock of Thursday, October
MORRIS R. SHERRERD,
Dated September 29. 1911. sep29>8t
K (>F INTEN TION Board of Street and
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners of
the City of Newark, at a meeting held the
twenty-second day of September, 1911. and ap
proved by the Mayor of the City of Newark, on
the twenty-fifth day of September, 1911, public
notice is hereby given that it is the intention
of the Board of Street-and Water Commisslon
ria of the City of Newark, under aod by virtue
of provisions of the act entitled "An Act to
Revise and Amend the Charter of the City of
Newark.” approved March 11th, 1857. and the
supplements thereto, arid the act creating the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners of
the City of Newark, approved March 28th,
1891, and other public laws of the State of
New Jersey, to order and cause the grading,
curbing and flagging of
from Rummer avenue to Washington avenue,
together whh all the appurtenances necessary
to complete the same.
Such persons as may ohjeet thereto are re
quested to present dhelr objections in writing
to the clerk of said board, at the office of the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners.
City Hall, Newark, on or before the expira
tlon ot six days from date of this notice.
By* direction of the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners or the City of Newark.
MORRIS R SHERRERD.
Chief Engineer ,
Newark. N J.. September 26. 1911. sep26 5t
COMMISSIONERS* SALE OF BUILDINGS.
We. the undersigned commissioners, duly ap
pointed to compute, estimate and fix damag'd
for local improvements, having made an esti
mate and assessment of damages suntalnen
by the opening of Grafton avenue, from Wash
ington avenue to Summer avenue, will sell oi.
the premises, at public auction, on Tuesday,
October 3, 1911, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
of the snld day. the one-story frame building
located at No. 723 Summer avenue; the one
story frame building located i t No. 725 Sum
mer avenue, and the two-story frame dwelling
located at No. 727 Hummer avenue. At 3
o’clock in the afternoon of the said day the
two-and-one-hnlf (2 Vy) story frame building
and building In the rear, located at No. 282
Washington avenue; the two-storv frame
building and building in the rear, lornted at
No. 282Vs Washington avenue; the three-story
frame building located at no. 284 Washington
ovpnue. and the one-stor.v frame building and
buildings In the rear, located at No1. 2S4Bj
Washington avenue. Terms will be twenty
five (25) per cent, at time of purchase and
the remaining Amount of purchase price on or
before the expiration of two (2) days from
date 8f sale. The condition of sale will he
that the purchaser will remove or tear down
the said buildings on or before the first day
of November. 1911.
The right Is reserved to withdraw the enfo
if deemed best.
Dated September 27, 1911.
JOHN F. MONAHAN.
m ADOLPH FIRCH,
OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK—
Newark. N. J., September 29, 1911.
Sealed proposals for furnishing the ma
terials and performing the work required In
I he erection of a fire apparatus house to he
situated on the northwest corner of Avon
avenue and Thirteenth street, Newark. N. .1..
will be received by the Committee on Public
Buildings of the Common Council of the City
of Newark, N. J.. at a meeting to be held In
the committee room at the City Hall, on Oc
tober 9, 1911.
The committee will b’e in session to receive
bids from 8 to 8:30 p. m.
Bids will be opened promptly at 8:30 p. m. i
Proposals properly Indorsed must be pre
sented personally and at no other time and
Separate proposals will be received for the
1. Excavation, masonry, tile and plastering,
iron work. etc.
2. Roofing and metal work, carpentry and
3. Painting and varnishing.
4. Plumbing and gasoline storage
5. Heating work.
6. Electric light and power wiring.
7. Contractors may make a total estimate
combining and Including all the work covering
the erection and completion of the building.
Plans and specifications for the proposed
building may be examined at the office of the
architects. Bigelow and Tuttle, Firemen’s
Building. Newark, N. J.
Said proposals to be accompanied by the '
consent. In writing, of two sureties or a surety |
company authorized to do business in this ,
State, who shall at the time of putting In
such proposals, qualify as to their response !
blllty In the amount of such proposal and '
bind themselves that If the contract be |
awarded to the person or persons making the i
proposal, they will, upon It* being so awarded,
become his or their sureties for the faithful i
performance of said work, and that If the p«r- I
son or persons omit or refuse to execute Rtieh !
contract they will pay the City of Newark any I
difference between the sums to which he or I
they would have heerv entitled upon the com- I
pletlon of the contract and that which the I
City of Newark may be obliged to pay the I
person or persons by whom such contract shall
Bidders must specify In their proposals the
number of days required to finish their work,
should the above work or works be awarded
All bids must be made on blanks furnished
for the purpose, which can be had upon ap
plication at the office of the City Clerk.
The said Committee on Public Buildings of j
the Common Council reserve for themselves i
toe Tight to accept or 'reject any or all pro 1
posals for the above work, or to waive any de- j
fects therein, as they may deem best for the I
interests of the City of Newark.
By direction of the Committee on Public
Buildings of the Common Council of the City I
of Newark. N. J.
FREDERICK J. FISCHER.
Office and Household Goods
FOR SALE—By The Mutual Benefit Life In
surance Company, rorner Broad and Clinton
ats.. five largo double stand-up walnut desks
and one single desk. Jelllff make. PUR
ag. -!—JL __LI _■
Every school boy or *irl should se
cure one of the Star Dictionaries. Cut
coupon from thlB paper.—Adv.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF STREET AND
WATER COMMISSIONERS OF THE
CITY OF NEWARK.
Newark, N. J., September 29, 1911.
Sealed proposals will be received at this of
fice from 3:15 to 3:30 o'clock m.. of Thurs- ,
day, the fifth day of October, 1911, and opened
at the last named hour, at a public meeting
of the board to be held nt said time and place,
for the paving and repaving ot the following
streets and highways;
from Watson avenue to about 315 feet south
from Rose street to Waveiiv avenue;
F RKL INGH IT YS K N A VENUE,
from Dayton street to the Unlon-Essex county
line, on both sides of the street railway tracks,
with the exception of one foot on each side
of said tracks, and
from Murray street to Parkhurst street.
The following Is itDOUt the amount of the
work to be done, and the materials to be fur
nished In the construction and completion of
said work, and upon which bids will be com
l'OR JOHNSON AVENUE PAVING:
Eight hundred and thirty (830) square yards
of ten (10» Inch telford pavement;
Two hundred and ten (210) square yards of
brick pavement on a aix (6) Inch concrete
Fifty (50) lineal feet of 2ft by 4 Inch four
cut curb, set in concrete;
Six hundred (600) linen! feet of old four cut
curb, redressed and set In concrete.
Standard prices will lie paid for the fol
Two (2) noiseless manhole covers;
One tl) set 20 by 4 Inch four cut corners, set
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One tl) basin using old head and sill;
One tl> new head and sill on old basin;
One (1) manhole complete with noiseless
FOR KIPP STREET PAVING:
One thousand three hundred and fifty (1.350)
square yards of brick pavement on a six (6)
Inch concrete foundation;
.Seven hundred and fifty (760) lineal feet of
16 by 6 inch four cut curb, set in concrete;
One hundred (100) lineal feet of old curb, re
dressed four cut and act In concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
Two (2) set* of 16 by 5 inch four cut comers,
set in concrete;
Thirty (30) lineal feet of new header curb,
set In concrete;
One >1) basin with connection complete;
One (1) basin using old head and sill;
One (1) head and sill on old basin;
One (1) manhole complete with noiseless !
FOR FRELINGHUYSBN AVENUE RE- |
Twenty-five thousand eight hundred and j
twenty-nine (25,829) square yards of oblong,
granite block pavement on a six (6) Inch con
Nine thousand nine hundred and ten (9,91ft)
lineal feet of tR by 6 Inch four cut granite
curb, set in concrete;
Twenty-nine (29) sets of 18 by 6 inch four
cut granite- corners set In concrete; Including
about forty-five (45) lineal feet of special 15
• me thousand three hundred and thirty-two
(1,332) square feet of granite bridging laid
One hundred and twenty five (125) lineal feet
of 24 Inch Iron pipe.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
One <1) basin with connection complete;
One tl) basin using old head and sill;
One tli head and Jill on old basin:
One (1) manhole complete.
The stone from the old macadam pavement
to be the property of the contractor and al
lowance for the Name must lie made In bidding
for the new pavement.
FOR TICHENOR LANE PAVING AND RE
One thousand six hundred (1,600) square
yards of oblong granite block pavement on a
.six (6) inch concrete foundation;
Seven hundred (700) lineal feet of 20 by 5
inch four cut curb, set in concrete;
One hundred (100> square feet of Belgian
Bridging laid on concrete.
One hundred (10m) square feet of granite
bridging laid on concrete
Standard prices will b> paid for the fol
Three <3) sets of 20 by 5 Inch four cut cor
ners, set in concrete;
Four hundred GOO) lineal feet of new header
curb, set in concrete;
One (1) basin with connection complete,
i'ns »li basin using old head and sill,
One ill head and Bill on old basin;
One ill manhole complete.
About 1.000 square yards of old trap rock
pavement to be the property of the contrac
tor. and allowance for the name must be made
In biding for the new pavement
Bidders are not to state any price for nia
terials and work for which there is a fixed
amount provided for In the specifications.
Each proposal must be enclosed In a sealed
envelope, properly indorsed with the name of
the bidder and of the Improvement, and di
rected to the Board of Street and Water Com
missioner* of the City of Newark.
Bidders will state their prices In writing as
well ns in figures.
Bidders must specify in their proposals that,
should the above work be awarded to. them,
they will bind themselves to finish and com
plete the same within the following number of
consecutive working days:
Johnson Avenue Paving-Fifteen (15) days.
Kipp Street Paving—Eighteen (18) day*
Frellnghuy sen Avenue Repaving—One him
dred and thirty (130) days.
Tlchenor Lane Paving and Repaving—
Twenty (20) days.
The plans and specifications of the work can
he examined at the office of the Chief Engineer
of the Board of Street anil Water CommlsaFn
ers at the < *11y Ilall. Said proposals to be ac
companied by the consent In writing of two
sureties, or m surety company qualified to do
business In New Jersey, who shall, at the time
of putting in such proposals, qualify as to
their responsibility In the amount of such pro
posal. and bind themselves that, if the contract
l*e awar ed to the person or persons making
the proposal they will, upon Its being §o
awarded, become hla or their sureties for the
faithful performance of said work, and that if
the person or person* onfit or refuse to execute
such contract they will pay to the City of
Newark any difference between the sums to
which he or they would have been entitled
upon completion of the contract and that
which the City of Newark may he obliged to
pay the person or persons by whom such con
tract aliall be executed.
The Board of Street and Water Commission
era of the City of Newark reserve to them
selves the right to accept or reject any or nil
proposals f«»r the above work as they may
deem beet for the interest of the city.
Bidders and sureties are hereby notified that
under the provinona of the seventh section
of the law creating the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners, approved March 28, 1891,
that the bond or bonds to he given for the
faithful execution and performance of said
public work shall first be approved as to suf
ficiency by tim Board, and as to form by the
counsel of the Board, and no contract shall
be binding on the city or become effective or
operative until such Fond is so approved; and
the President of the Board shall have power
to examine the proposed bondsmen under oath,
if he snail so desire, or shall be »o instructed
by the Hoard, but the Board will not be hound
by any statement that may he made by such
proposed bondsmen, but shall have full power
and absolute discretion In the whole matter,
and this provision shall be referred to in any
advertisement inviting bid* for any such pub
By direction of the Hoard of .Street, and
Water Commissioner* of the City of Newark.
MORRIS R. RHERRERP,
sep29-5t City Engineer.
FOURTH AVENUE GRADING, CURBING
AND FLAGGING; PARKHURST STREET,
GRADING, CURBING AND FLAGGING,
AND HILLSIDE AVENUE GRADING,
CURBING AND FLAGGING—Assessment for
Notice is hereby given that an assessment
upon all the owners of all the lands and real
estate peculiarly benefited by each of the fol
lowing Improvements, namely:
The grading, curbing and flagging of
from Fifth street to Roseville avenue, accord
ing to the provisions Ot nn ordinance of the
city of Newark entitled, "An Ordinance to
provide for the grading, curbing and flagging
from Fifth street to Roseville avenue," ap
proved October 28. 1910.
The grading, curbing and flagging of
from Goble street to Avenue C, according to
the provision* of an ordinance of the city o
Newark entitled, "An Ordinance to provide
for the grading, curbing and flagging of
from Goble 6treet to Avenue C'," approved Oe
tober 7, 1910.
The grading, curbing and flagging of
from Watson avenue northerly about 112 feet,
according to the provisions of an ordinance of
the city of Newark entitled, "An Ordinance to
provide for the grading, curbing and flagging
from Watson avenue northerly about 112 feet,"
approved October 21. 1910, has been prepared
by the undersigned commissioners, appointed
by the Mayor of the city of Newark, and that
a report by a certificate in writing, with nn
accompanying map and schedule showing the
aeveial assessments against the several owners
peculiarly benefited ns aforesaid, has been de
posited In the office of the city clerk of the
city of Newark for examination by the parties
Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts
and parcels of land and real estate liable t»»
be Husessed as aforesaid, lying on both sides of
Fourth avenue, from Fifth street to Roseville
avenue, on both sides of Parkhurst street,
from Goble street to Avenue C and Dawson
street, and on both sides of Hillside avenue,
from Watson avenue to Hawthorne avenue.
A "lot” represents an entire plot of land,
whether large or small.
All person* interested in said assessment
may be heaid before said commissioners on
Thursday, the fifth day of October. 1911, at 2
p. in., at the commissioner*’ room, No. 4
(third floor), City Hall.
Dated September 29. 1911.
JOHN F. MONAHAN,
_ sept 29-51Commissioners.
Every school boy or girl should se
cure one of the Star Dictionaries. Cut
coupon from this paper.—Adv.
William J. Banister to Clinton
Square Construction Co., n w 9
Kinney st, 27 ft n e fr Halsey st.
25x87 . SI
Philip H. Mueller to Ellis Him her,
e a Elizabeth av. a fr Earl st.
100x100 . 1
Michael Perry to William J. Ward,
w a property first party, 93 ft n f
Warren st. 26x100. ISO
Lizzie Carragher to Samuel Gorof
sky et al, w s Summer av, 312 ft
fr Verona av, 26x127. 1
Clinton Square Construction Co. to
Philip J. Schotland, e s Halsey st,
80 ft fr W. Kinney at, 26x100. 1
Marcus Post to Joseph Beberian et
al, w s Goble st, 46S ft fr Thomas
st, 30x90 . 1
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co.
to Roosfevelt Realty Co., s s Ches
ter av, 335 ft fr Washington av,
5,1x97 . 2,700
Gustav W\ Roeber to Peter Robert
son, w 8 F&by&u pi, 100 ft fr Uu
quesne av, 60x100. 1
Elmer Day to Martha R. Wyatt, n e
8 Lyons av, 216 ft s e fr Clinton pi,
80x100, and other tracts. 1
Same to same, s w s Irving av, 221
ft fr Clinton pi, 100x120, and other
tract . 1
Morris McFarland Martin to Emma
M. Heasley, w s Hazelwood av, 175
ft 8 fr Fortune st. 25x100. 1
Emelin© C. Blanchard to John V.
Hanrahan, n w s Newark st, 86 ft
fr New st, 30x97. 1
William S. Taylor to Georglana Tav
lor, w h I^ake st. 337 ft fr Mont
clair av, 37x100 . 1
Bertha M. Finger ami hus to Pierre
A. Regad, w s Clinton pi, n fr Ran
dolph st, 60x100 . ]
Pierre A. Regad to Julius B. Finger.
same property . 1
Charles H. H. Fischer to Charles
Niebllng, s s Springfield av, 25 ft
s e fr Sayre fit, 51x61. 18,000
Ft le's I^and Co. of Bloomfield to
bumiel Markowitz, Bloomfield, n e
s Llewellyn av, 775 ft n vv fr Gleu
wood av, 25x100 . 1
Frank W. Whiteman to Howard
Peck, E. Orange, s s Wayne av, 100
ft w fr Sanford st, 35x109; and other
tract . 1
William D. Stape to Michael J. A
Doyle. Irvington, w s Howard st,
100 ft fr Cottage st, 25x110; and
other tract . 1
Michael A. Doyle to Sarah F. Stape,
Irvington, same property. 1
Nicholas Weber to Wllhelmine
Schmidt and hus, Irvington, n o cor
Garwood pi and Linden av, 100x100 1
Wllhelmine Schmidt and hus to Louis
Huttenbacb, Irvington, n e cor Gar
wood pi and Linden av, 50x100. 1
Louis Huttenbacb to Wllhelmine
Schmidt and hus, Irvington, s e s
Linden av, 100 ft n e fr Garwood
pi, 50x100 . 1
John P. Bruycre to Pullus Rau (trus),
W. Nutley, a k High st. n w ir
Bloomfield av. 128x220 . ] 1
John Burke to Frederick A. Egiier.
Orange, n s Elm st. s cor Id William
R. Rowe. 40x136. 1 :
Katie Herr and hus to Frledrlke
Merck, W. Orange, s s McKinley
av, 568 ft fr Eagle Rock av, 60x100 1
Frank Howard to Arthur Price,
Bloomfield, intersection Morris lane
and Id Albert Morris, 46 x 200. 1
Arthur W. Butler to Thomas E.
Holmes. Belleville, e k Mann st. 187
ft fr Greylock av. 37x100. 1
Germania Building and Loan Associa
tlon to Annabel Gurney, West
Orange, e a Whittlesey av, 725 ft
n e fr Ridge av 25x100. 1
Samuel Markowitz to Max Marko
wits. Bloomfield, n e s Llewellyn
av, 775 ft fr Glen wood ov, 26x100.... 1
Ido R. Condlt and husband to Alfred
Adams, Caldwell, w s Hlllcrest rd.
lot 161. 120x197. 1
Ferdinand Knorr to William Duda,
Irvington, w s Twenty first st, 175
ft fr Nineteenth av, 60x100. 1
Mary Gibbs to David B. Mills, Mont
clair. © s North Fullerton st, 278 ft
fr Watohung nv. 100x305. 1
John R. Drexel et nl, trustees, to
Mary E. Lockwood et nl, Esbpx
Fells, mid Rensselaer rd, s fr Rose
land av. 85x182 and other courses... 2.227
Frank B. Allen et nl to John R
Frank©, Irvington, w s Linden av,
n fr Ruth fit. 50x100, and other tract 1
Will C Headley to Fairchild Baldwin
Company. West Orange, n w s Val
ley st, 596 ft n e fr Llewellyn Park.**
29x171, and other tract. 1
Henry Jerolanian to S. Howell Jones,
South Orange, w s land Frank D.
Lyon, on top of Orange Mountain, 1
William R. Frauds to Northern Im
provement Company, South Orange,
w s Summit nv. 200 ft u fr Vnssar
pi. 100x150 . 1
Northern Improvement Company to
William Francis, East Orange, e s
Amherst st, 828 ft fr Central nv,
25x951 . 1
Everett A. Hicks to Frank A. Eng
llsh, Belleville, n w cor Little and
Floyd stH. 50x100. 1
Frank A. English to Everett A.
Hicks, Belleville, same property_ 1
These contract* were flier! In the county
clerk’s office today:
H. Raehlfn, owner, with M. Bateman,
contractor, carpenter work, $800; 124-126-12*
Marian Elliot, owner, with E. Howell,
contractor, carpenter work, $595; 61 High
A. Edelmeyer, owner, with E. Konow,
contractor, plumbing work. $600; G05 Or
ange street. Same owner with A. Crow
der, contractor, all work, except plumbing,
$3,850; same premises.
Margaret Baldwin, owner, with Earl
& Cook Company, contractors, steam heat,
tng work, $679; 10-12 Girard avenue.
C. Horle, owner, with A. Reynolds, con
tractor. carpenter work, $618; 392 South
A. MacPhee, owner, with William Ma< -
Phee, contractor, all work, $5,300; 621 South
William Bal, owner, with William Har
ris, contractor, painting work, $165; New
Jersey Railroad avenue and Vesey street.
William Elsmau, owner, with Axel Bros.,
contractors, carpenter work, $3,200; Flor
E Welngarteu, owner, with Finke Manu
facturing Company, contractors, plaster
ing work, $1,000; Clinton avenue.
Goerke Company. owners, with H
Schneider Building Company, contractors,
all work. $26,500 ; 400-402-404-406 Central ave
H. Noyes, owner, with William Chestnut,
contractor, plumbing work, $1,173; West
over road, verona. Same owner with Gib
son & Collin*, contractors, rnasou work.
$2,185; same premises.
RECORDER KELLY WENT
AWAY TO CURE HAY-FEVER.
So Says His Sister, Who Gives
His Los Angeles Address.
Recorder James F. Kelly, of Kearny,
whose resignation Is to be presented to
the Kearny Town Council at Its next
meeting, Is In Los Angeles, according
to his sister, Miss Teresa L. Kelly.
She said today that her brother’s ab
sence, which caused the Kearny Town
Council to take action In the matter,
was due to the fact that he suffered
front hay-fever. To obtain relief he
went to South Bend, where he spent
one week. Then he visited In turn Chi
cago, Kansas City, San Francisco and
Los Angeles, where, she says, he Is
now employed by the Los Angeles Ab
stract and Trust Company.
BOY’S NARROW ESCAPE
AT RAILROAD CROSSING.
Edward Foley, 14 years old, of Wal
nut street, Montclair, had a narrow
oacapo from death this inornin'- at the
Park street crossing of the Clreenwood
branch of the Erie railroad. Foley
was In a hurry and when he reached
the crossing he dived under the gates,
believing he had plenty of time to cross
before the train reached there. This
miscalculation nearly cost the boy his
life, for as tie leached the west-bound
track on which the train was traveling
the cowcatcher of the engine hit him
slightly on the heel as he was leaving
the tracks. The train proceeded on lta
way, aj the boy was practically unin
jured. The boy was badly frightened,
however, by his experience, and al
though uninjured had to be assisted to
Cumulative Effect of Foreign In
fluence Reflected in Trad
ing in Last Hour.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29.—The decided
weakness of Americans In London re
sulted In some Irregularity at the open
ing of this market, but large buying
orders were quickly effective In send
ing up prices. United States Steel
opened with a block of 12,000 shares at
60 to 60%, as compared with yester
day’s close of 60%. The demand for
this Issue was keen and price was
rushed up to 61%.
There was a wide opening In Union
Pacific also, quotations on the first
block ranging from 109% to 160, a max
imum advance of %. The gain was
soon increased to a point. Reading
also advanced a point. American To
bacco securities, which recently have
been showing decided strength, weak
ened today, the preferred stock losing
% and the 4 per cent, honds 1%. Amal
gamated Copper, Louisville and Nash
ville and Canadian Pacific lost a point.
11 a. m.—Round amounts of Union
Pacific and United States Steel were
thrown on the market In an endeavor
to check the upward movement. Both
Union Pacific and United States Steel
immediately reacted over a point and
sank slightly below yesterday's clos
ing. A fresh start upward was soon
made, and on this movement the en
tire list rose higher than before.
Heavy buying of the American To
bacco stock and bond issues was a con
siderable factor In pulling up the mar
ket. United States Steel rose 1% above
yesterday's closing, touching 62.
Wednesday’s high price. Reading
gained 194, Union Pacific 194 and St.
Paul and Missouri Pacific 1. Other
stocks of less Importance went up 1
to 2%. American Tobacco preferred
was pushed up 2 points above las*
night and the 6 per cent, bonds 194
The 4 per cent, bonds recovered their
Initial loss of 194 and a fraction In ad
Noon—The course of the Btock mar
ket during tl^e early session was gov
erned almost entirely by the activities
of the short Interest. When that fac
tion engaged In further covering the
market moved upward uninterruptedly,
but as soon as renewed selling was re
sorted to the- advance halted.
President Taft’s Iowa speech was ap
parently Ignored as a market factor, as
were also the uncertain conditions
which prevailed abroad, especially In
the Berlin bourse. During the second
hour (trices fell moderately under sell
ing for both accounts. Northern Pa
cific, which had not shown much sym
pathy with the advance In Union Pa
cific, yielded suddenly to a point below
yesterday's closing. Toward midday
the tone became steadier and specula
tion grew quiet.
United States Rubber showed an im
provement of 394 and General Electric
3. Bonds were firm with notable
atrength In American Tobacco 6s,
which touched 115. Wabash 4s rose over
1 p. m.—A reactionary tendency was
manifested by the market at midday,
the result presumably of profit-taking
sales, together with a moderate renewal
rtf operations fay the decline. The
thrpe leaders, U. S. Steel, Union Pacific
and Reading wore down a point or more
from the top and trading fell to slen
2 p. m.—Dispatches from Berlin tell
ing of disturbed political and financial
conditions, the sale by London of 25,
000 shares In this market, and the
declaration of war by Italy against
Turkey, combined to weaken prices
Both Union Pacific and U. S. Steel
were unloaded heavily, the former fall
ing to over a point below yesterday’s
closing. U. S. Steel sold down to below
; 60, compared with 62, its earlier high
! figure. Other representative Issues also
reacted to a parity with last night’s
closing or below. Canadian Pacific was
extremely weak, showing a loss of 2%.
3 p m.—The market dosed heavy.
Speculation in the last hour was al
most featureless. The market refiectet
cumulative effect on the unfavored!
foreign influences and lost furthet
Benr operators were encouraged by
the turn of affairs to put out extensive
short lines, but a good many' of the
active Issues showed Indications ol
support around yesterday’s dosing
prices. National Biscuit dropped four
points on a few transactions.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
Following are the quotations of the
day’s prices, as furnished through
Byrne & McDonnell, members of the
New York Stock Exchange:
Open. High. Low.Close
Amal Copper .... 4894 4 9% 48% 48%
Am Can . 9% 9% 9% 9%
Am Can pf . 82 83% 82 83%
Am Car A F .. . 43% 43% 43% 43%
Am Car A F pf .. 115 115 115 115
Am Cotton Oil ... 48% 48% 48% 48%
Am Locomotive .. 35 35 84% 34%
Am Smelting - 61% 62% 61% 61%
Am Smelt pf . 100% 100% 100% 100%
| Am Woolen pf.... 87 87 87 87
Anaconda . 32 32 31% 31%
'At, T & S Fo.... 102 103 101% 101%
| At. T A S Fe pf. 102% 102% 102% 102%
Balt A Ohio . 94% 94% 93% 9394
i Brooklyn R T .... 7394 73% 73% 73%
1 Can Pacific . 224% 22594 223% 22394
| Central Leather .. 20% 21% 20% 21
] Ches & Ohio ... 70% 70% 7094 70%
• Chic Gt West ..18 18 1794 1794
' Chi, Mil A St P.. 10794 109 10794 108
| Col F A I . 26 26 26 26
Con Gas . 133 13394 13294 133
D A M . 161% 161% 161% 161V4
In A Rio Gr .... 22% 22% 22% 22%
Distill Seeur .... 31% 31% 31% 31%
Erie . 30% 3094 30 30
Erie 1st pf. 49% 50 49% 49%
Gt Northern pf.. 133 123% 122 122%
General Electric.. 14794 150% 147% i48%
Interborough Met 14 14% 14 14
Inter Met pf. 42 42 41% 41%
*K C Southern pf 63 63% 63 63
Louis A Nash. .. 140% 14 i% 140 140
Missouri Pacific.. 36% 3694 36 36%
Mo, Kan A Tex.. 28 2894 28 2894
Mo. Kan AT pf.. 65 65 65 65
National Biscuit. 125 125 122% 123%
National Lead.... 46% 46% 46% 46%
N Y Central. 10194 10294 101% 102
N Y, Ont A West. 3894 38% 38% 38%
Norfolk . 102 10294 102 10294
North American.. 65% 65% 65% 65%
Northern Pacific.. 11394 11494 113 11394
Pacific Mall. 80 3094 30 309;
Pennsylvania .... 119% 11994 11994 119%
Pittsburg Coal pf. 79 79 79 79
Reading . 13794 139 94 13794 138
Rep I . . 8. 22% 22% 22% 22%
Key> X A 8 pi.... 85 85 85 86
Rocl< Island . 23% 24 23% 23%
Rock Island pf.. 44% 44% 44% 44%
Southern Pacific. 107% ins 106% 107%
Southern Ry .... 25% 26% 26% 25%
Southern Ry pf.. 64 64% 63% 63%
Texas & Pacific.. 23% 23% 23% 23%
Tol, St I. & W.... 18% 18% 18% 18%
*Tol, St L. & W pf. 40% 41% 40% 41%
Union Pacific .... 159% 160% 158% 159
United Ry Inv.... 29 29 29 29
U S Rubber. 36 38% 36 38
U S Steel. 60 62 59% 60%
U S Steel pf. 109 110 109 109%
Wabash . 10% 10% 10 10
Wabash pf . 20% 21% 20% 20%
Western Union ... 76% 76% 76 76
Wls Central . 50 50 50 50
Westtnghouse El.. 62 62 62 62
I LOCAL SECURITIES |
The hid nnd Asked prices Appended
nre furnished throngh Elsele A King)
ELECTRIC. QA8. ETC.
Celluloid Co. 133 135
Con Trac of N J . 74 75
Essex and Hudson Gas. . 131 134
Hudson Co Gas.129 131
Newark Con Gas . 96 97 %
New Jersey Zinc Co . 390
Public .Service ctffl. 102 104
Public Service stock . 108 112
Rapid Transit St Ry Co. . 230
Singer Mfg Co . 247
South Jersey Gas . 125 129
City Trust Co. 160
Essex Co Nat Bank . 300
Federal Trust Co . 220 225
Fidelity Trust Co . 780 800
Ironbound Trust Co . 200 210
i Manufacturers' Nat Rank.. 250 265
Merchants' Nat Bank. 255 265
Mutual Trust Co. of Orange 155 165
Newark Trust Co. 160 165
Nat Newark Banking Co . . 380 400
National State Bank. 220 230
Nortn Ward Nat Bank. 390 400
Union National Bank .... 390 400
West Side Trust Co. 245 255
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
American Fire. 480
Colonial Life. 350
Firemen’s Insurance . 480 ...
Newark Fire . 320
Prudential . 400
Con Trac 1st 5s. 1933. 103 % 1041 i
I Hud Co Gas 1st 5s. 1949.. 103 103%
J <\ Hob A Pa t 4s. 1949- 74% 75 %
Nwk Con Lias con 5s, 1948. . 103 104 %
Nwk Gas Co 1st 6s, 1944 . . 126 128%
N J St Ry 1st 4s, 1948 . 76 77
0 A P Val 1st 5s, 1938. 90
Pub Ser Gen Mort 5s, 1959 93 94
So Jersey Gas 1st 5s. 1 953. . 97 % 98 %
United Elec Co 1st 4a. 1949 . 77 78
NEW YORK CURB MARKET.
The following New York Curb quo
tations are furnished and corrected by
Charles A. Stoneham & Co.. 54 Broad
street, New York: Bid. Asked
Bay State Oas.31 .44
|‘Beaver .48 .51
! Braden . 4.12 4.37
j Brit Col Cop . 3.37 3.75
I Butte Coalition . 15.00 15.50
i Carlsa . 16 .20
[•Colorado .32% .33%
i Comb Frac .08 .09
|(‘ O D Con .08 .10
I "Crown Reserve . 2.81 2.94
: Daisy .07 .08
Davls-D Cop . 87 1.00
Ely Cons .31 .37
; First National . 1.00 1 12
I Florence Goldfield . 1.12 1.18
j Giroux Min . 3.75 3.81
j Greene-Can . 5 62 5.87
1 Inspira Cop . 5.75 6.00
i *Iron Blossom . 5.75 6.00
Jumbo Ex .23 .24
•Kerr Lake . 3.62 8.75
’‘La Rose Con . 4.00 4.12
McKinley Darrngh .... 1.56 1.62
Mason Valley . 6.25 7.00
May Day .11% .12
Mines Co of Am . 4.25 4.50
Montana Tonopah .75 .80
N-Utah Min A Smelting .56 .62
Nip Mines Co . 7.50 7.75
Ohio Copper . 1.37 1.44
Ray Central . 1.37 1.44
•Sioux Cons.17 .18
South Utah .50 .75
•Tern i ska ml ng .38 .40
•Tonopah Belmont ..... 6.87 7.00
Ton Exten. 1.03 1.06
•Tonopah Min. 5.75 6.00
Tri-Bullion .31 .44
Trinity . 3.00 3.50
Tuolumne . 3.00 3.25
•Uncle Sam .36% 37
•Yukon Gold . 3.50 3.62
PRICES OF BONDS.
! The following quotations were fur
nished by Post & Flagg:
Open. High. Low. Close.
Allls-Chalmers 5s 68 .
Am T & T cvt 4s 106 .
Am Tobacco 4s .. 87 89 87 88%
Am Tobacco 6s .. 112% 115 112% 113%
A tch, T ft B Fe 4s 98% .
At, T * S F adj 4s 91% 91% 91% 91%
A, T Ar S F ov 4s 104% .
Atlantic C Line Is 98% .
Beth Steel 5s .... 92 .
B & O S W 3%s.. 98% .
Balt & Ohio 4s ... 9774 .
Brooklyn R T 4s.. 83 .
Canada S 1st 5s.. 101% ..
Cen Leather 5s .. 96% .
<'hes & Ohio conv. 93 93 92% 92%
Chic, B ft Q 4s,. 95% 9574 95 % 95%
Chic & O W 4s... 82 .
Chi. R I & Pac 4s 70% 70% 70% 70%
Colo & So 4s. 95% .
Dlst Co of Am 5s 71% .
Erie cvt, ser B.... 76 .
Erie G Mt L 4s.. 75 .
Interborough 4%s. 78 .
Interb R T 6s ... 101% .
Inter M & M 4%s. 64 .
Kan City So 5s.. 99 .
Louis & Nosh 4s.. 98% .
M, K & T 4%s.... 84 .
M<» Pac eonvt- 84 .
N Y Central 4s.. 92% .
Nor Pacific 3s.... 89 .
Nor Pacific 4s . .. 99% .
Nor Ar West 4s... 98% .
N & W conv 4s.. 103% 103% 103% 103%
Ore S L new 4s.. 92% .
Pac T Ar T 5s.... 97 74 .
Pennsyl conv. 99% .
Public Service 5s. 93% .
Reading gen 4s.. 97% .
Seaboard adj. 75% .
So Pac conv 4s... 95 9574 95 95%
I So ty 5s. 105% .
So Ry 4s. 76 76 7574 "6
St Paul 4s. 98% 98% 98% 98%
Union Pac conv 4s 101% .. ....
U S Steel S F 5s 101% 101% 101% 101%
U S Rubber 6s.. 103% .
Wab P T 1st ctf. 40 40% 40 40%
Wabash 4s . 51% S3 5114 52%
W Maryland 4s.. 86% .
Wisconsin 4s _ 93% .
PHILADELPHIA STOCK MARKET.
The following quotations were fur
nished by Eisele & King: Bid.Asked.
Am Railway Co . 43'% 4474
Os^hbrla Iron . 43 44
Cambria Steel . 42 43
Storage . 60 51
Elec Co of America . 11% 11%
E & P 4s . 87 88
Lehigh Valley . 78% 7874
Lake Superior Cor . 22 22%
Marsden . 1% 174
N J Con Tract . 75
Philadelphia Elec . 16% 16%
Philadelphia Elec 4s . 79% SO
Philadelphia Elec 5s . 102% 103
Pennsylvania .. 59% 60
Philadelphia Tract . 82 82%
Reading .. 69% 69%
Reading 4s ... 97% 97%
Clinton Ave. and Stratford PI.
Suites of 3 to 8 Rooms snd Bath
READY ABOUT OCT. 1
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Booklet on Application
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SPECIALISTS IN ALL
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Up-to-date reports (SENT FREE)
containing latest authentic Information
on any stock you may be interested In.
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Dealers in Stocks and Bonds
Bank. Gnu and Insurance Stocks a Specialty
High-grade Investment Securities
780 BROAD STREET
PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION OF NEW
Newark. New Jersey, August 30. 1911.
To the holders of the five per cent, three-year
collateral gold notes ot Public Service Cor
poration of New Jeraey dated October 1, 1910:
Notice Is hereby given that the five p/r cent,
three year collateral gold notes Issued by said
corporation under date of October 1, 1910,
amounting to four million dollars, and secured
by a trust agreement between said corporation
and Fidelity Trust Company of Philadel
phia, Pennsylvania, as trustee, will be re
deemed and paid, with accrued Interest, at
the office of said trust company In the city
of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, on Monday, the
second day of October, 1911. after which date
Interest will cease to accrue.
JAMES P. DTTHEN BERRY. Treasurer.
PRIMARY ELECTION STATEMENTS'
Notice Is hereby given that, all Htatements
showing moneys contributed and expended for
the use of anv political party or candidate for
public office lor nomination or election at the
Primary Election held September 24. 1911
iwhose statement of the selection of commit
tee waa filed In this office), must ho filed In
this o. 'e on or before Sunday, Ootober 1,
1911. This office will bo open on Sunday tu
receive such atatements until 12 o’clock mid
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
TO ELIZABETH DOENICK AND TO WHOM
IT MAY CONCERN:
You are hereby not I Hod that I have pre
sented a petition to the Court of Common
Clean of the County of Ehs«?x. according to th*»
form of the statute In *uch cane mude anti
provided, for the benefit of the insolvent laws
of this State, and the said court has ap
pointed Friday, the tenth day of November.
\ D. nineteen hundred nnd eleven, at the
hour of ten In the forenoon at the Court House
of said county Common Plena Court, Part
1 >. as the time nnd place at which they will
attend, to hear what can he alleged for oi
against my liberation nnd discharge.
Dated September 19, 1911.
Rosenberg, Ladies’ Tailor,
10 Brelntnull place. Market and High Suit,
to or.lc, ; parted fitting guaranteed; full Una
ir,;, , ■ I iK n Irnrnlna^______
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
MISS CRAVEN’S SCHOOL FOR OIRLSl
978 Broad street.
Lropena Thursday. September 28th.
Kindergarten, Primary, Intermediate, Aca
demic and College Preparatory Departments.
A limited number of boys received In tha
Catalogues on application.
United N .1 R R A Canal ... 235 240
•II O I . 8414 85
Union Railway 4s . t6 "
Union Traction . 49 491*
U S Steel . ««4 81%
Warwick . 8% 1®
IN RATES FOR WATER.
Charging discrimination in water
rates. W. S. Fanshaw appeared before
the Public Utilities Commission today
and asked for a ruling which, if given,
will have widespread effect throughout
Mr. Fanshaw's testimony showed
that in his home, at Little Silver, where
I he spends most of the year, the Tintem
] Manor Water Company charges him by
i means of a meter. In his Monmouth
' Reach home, open only two or three
months in a year, he is charged a Mat
rate for the year, with no reduction for
i non-residence during part of the year.
i FINISHING DETAILS FOR BIG
ELECTRIC RAILWAY MEET.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29.—Arthur W.
Brady, oflilndlana, president of the
American K1 ec trie Railway Association,
is here today making the final ar
rangements for the annual convention
of that organization, to be held in At
lantic City October 9-13. Three thou
sand delegates, comprising the presi
dents and heads of departments of the
electric railways of the United States
and Canada, will aLtend the conven
tion. The delegates will represent
electric lines operating 35,000 miles of
track, employing 225,000 men, carrying
10,000,000,000 passengers a year and hav
ing a capitalization of $4,000,000,000,
earnings of $440,000,000 and pay-rolls of
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