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USE THE STAR WANT ADVERTISEMENTS REAL ESTATE BROKERS. HERBERT W. ROSScSSTT&i RKAL. ESTATE, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE. 741 Broad, 2 door. S. of P O. 'Phon. 120»-W,Mkt F. F. MAYO & CO We do a general real estate business We to* licit your trade and guarantee efttlrfaction. <■ 788 Broad at., Newark. Phone 6160 Market ~LATHROP ANDERSON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. 474 Broad et. Factories. ’Phone 1431 Mkt. P. L. RRIOB, Iniurence. Real Fatate. Txwma. 780 Broad at. WANT TO TALK REAL ESTATE? City, country, farm, mountain and lake properties. C C. MORROW. 800 BROAD BT. ^ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. HOWARD ST. Ten minutes to Market and Broad. House contains 6 rooms, gaa. etc^ price $4,000. ROBT. B. STOUTEN’BURGH. 843 Broad st. ONE-FAMILY liouae, Kormorn at., near Ham burg pi.: 21x100; part Improvements; only *200 cash required; balance on mortgage at 5 per cent, if Hold quick; bargain price $1,500. Apply LEON ISRAEL, real estate office, 51 Thirteenth av. SOUTH TWENTIETH BT., Newark • -Three 4-room houses. $1,000 each; cash $450 to $500; large rental. WADE, 121 Main st., East Orange. $750 SECURES beautiful residence at Forest 1TIII, conveniently located; eight rooms, re ception hall, attic, tiled bath; steam, electric; hardwood, parquet floors; hearn ceiling: one panel doors: every possible convenience; $7,000. on easiest terms. FEIST & FEIST, Scheuer building. 738 Broad st. $1,000 CASH buys well-built two-family, vicinity' Ridge at. and Second av.: thirteen large rooms, two tiled baths: separate steam heaters, separate entrances: electricity: deco rated: wide lot: sacrifice $6,800: act how. FEl: T & FEIST. Scheuer building. 738 Broad st. $1,000 CASH, then easy payments, secures to you seventeen-room three-family’: three baths; modern: well located: near three trol leys: all rented: opportunity: $0,800 FEIST 6 'EIST, Scheuer building. 738 Broad st. $1,500 CASH buys modern three-family: sev enteen light room®, three baths: carpets, screens, shades; porch elass enclosed; near trolleys, station: rent $672: lot 28 feet, front; snap. $6,400. FEIST & FEIST. Scheuer build ing, 73S Broad st. East Grange. FIVE-ROOM house: lot 57x118; $1,700; liberal mortgage. WADE, 121 Main st. New Jersey. COLORED PEOPLE. ATTENTION!—You can make a good living and money besides rais ing poultry and garden truck on 2%-acre farm. South Jersey; price only $225 cash. OWNER, Box 40, Star office. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. HILDEBRANDT &■ CO.. Auctioneer*, office BOB Metropolitan building, will sell Monday, December 11, 2 p. m., without fail, to the * highest bidder, on the premises. 070 South Eleventh *t., near Springfield av.. the large, mostly new. three-story, all imp.. 17-room house; easy terms, will he made known day of sale; sale positive. REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE. ANYONE wishing to exchange real estate anywhere can get excellent opportunities; •end particular* of property and wants. MURRAY EXCHANGE. 188 Market »t. INCANDESCENT GAS SUPPLIES. PEERLEoS GAS APPLIANCES CO.—Electric and gas fixture*; also portable domes, burners and mantles, wholesale and retail. 208 Springfield av. - V -— -'■— APARTMENTS, trf.av* AND ROOMS TO LET. APARTMENT "Colonial," 18 West Kinney st. —Six rooms and bath: all modern conveni ences; janitor service and steam heat included; $40. FEIST & FEIST. Renting Department, Scheuer building. 738 Broad st. BRODKRSON APARTMENTS, » Corner Brelntnall pi. and High st.—Fine elevjitor apartments; steam heat, hot water, electric light. Janitor service; apartments are newlv decorated Apply to superintendent on premise*, or cull or write Rental Department, LOUIS 8CHLE8INGER. Inc.. Essex building. DELAVAN AV.. 41). two blocks east Wash ington av. trolley and railroad station—New, second floor, two-family, eight rooms; steam heat; handsomely decorated; large lot; $23; also separate entrance fiat abound corner. 12 Seabury st.. 5 rooms; improvements; $17. FIVE light moms and bath; all improve ment*; janitor service; rent only $14; imme diate pospession given; af 562 Fifteenth av. Inquire FIEDLER CORPORATION. 142 Mar ket at., opposite Bamberger's. FIVE light rooms, all improvements. Inquire M. STEINBACH, 48 Hunterdon st. FLAT of four nice light rooms, part improve ments. rent reasonable for the rest of the winter. 400 Springfield av. Call in Jewelry ■tore. GREEN ST.. 80. near Broad—Six large rooms; bath; impts.; $23. ©ROVE ST.. 185. cor. Cottage St.. Irvington Second flat; Improvements; electric lights; low rent. Inquire within or 77 Maple av. HIGH ST., 420, cor. Academy—Second floor; rent $18. INQUIRE 142 Chadwick av.-Seven all-light rooms and bath; steam heat, electric light; all Improvements; 10 minutes from Broad and Market st*. JAMES ST., 125—Five rooms, second floor; gas, tubs: $15: three minutes to trolley cars. LITTLETON AV.. 199—Flat of five rooms; all Improvements; steam heat furnished: electric lights: flne location; rent rearonable. Apply next door. MADISON AV.. 88—Desirable flat; all Im provements: nice location: near trolleys; oouple or small family; $15. NINETEENTH ST.. 311-Flats to let In new house; all improvements; electric lights; convenient to two cara. NORTH SEVENTH ST.. 421— Beautiful flat. six large rooms; all improvements; tiled bath: fine location; very reasonable. RTDOE ST., 160—Six rooms nnd bath; neat Bloomfield av. cars; Improvements. RIDOEWOOD AV.. 124—First floor, five ' rooms; bath; all Improvements: light rooms. Apply ALBERT SPIES. Druggist. 3 Belmont *v. SECOND ST.. 10—Four looms. SIO; Second st., 6, four rooms. $10.50. FEIST * FEIST. Renting Department, Seheuer building. 738 Broad st. |£ SIXTEENTH AV.. cor. South Eighteenth st. —Elegant flat, containing five rooms and bath; all Impts.: flat decorated: very con venient to car: rent reasonable. Apply on premises or RODER, 770 Broad at. SOUTH BELMONT AV.. 628-Stx rooms and hath: all Improvements: finely decorated; steam heat: new house; three minutes to trol ley; only $20 per month, lower: upper flat. No. 625. for $21. HERBERT ATTSTTN. Owner. 81 Orange st.. near P.road. SOUTH EIGHTEENTH ST.—Six newly dec eorated rooms, stationary tubs. gas. bath, toilet: two-family house. Inquire 365 South Seventh at. • SOUTH EIGHTEENTH ST.. 768-Six rooms and bath: all Impts.; janitor service; $15. FETST & FET8T. Renting Department. Seheuer building. 738 Broad at. SPRINGDALE AV.. 35 and 45—Seven rooms s and bath: all modern Impts.; convenient to elation; rent *25. FEIST * FETST. Renting Department. Seheuer building. 788 Broad st. j SPRINGFIELD AV.. 490—Flat of four nlca. light rooms: part Improvements; rent reason able for the rest of the winter. Call In Jew elry atore. SUMMIT ST.. 65—Four rooms; rent $6.50. MRS. ROGER. THIRD AV.—Seven and eight room* and bath; every conceivable impt. FEIST & FEIST, Renting Department. Seheuer building. 738 Broad at. WHITXEV 8T.. 68—Flat, all improvement!; ■unny rooma; seoond floor; near South Or ange av. trail*?; $14; free to Denembar 18. factory property and sites. _ ^ for sale or to let. MUST SELL. With complete equipment: 35.000 square feet; modern brick; full mill construction; power plant; steam heat; sprinkler system; stand pipes; lowest Insurance; little cash required: terms to suit. FEIST A FEIST, Factory Specialists, Scheuer building, 738 Broad st. SPLENDID INVESTMENT. New building; central location; 40,000 square feet; mill construction: steam heat and power equipment: shows 15 per cent, on Investment; owner must sell; no reasonable offer refused. FEIST A FEIST, Factory Specialists, Scheuer milldlnp-, 738 Broad at. REAL ESTATE WANTED. WANTED—One, two, three and six-family dwellings In ail sections for sale and ex change: list what you have with my office. ALLAN L. BLAND, JR.. 800 Broad st.; phone 6787 Market. WANTED—Lots for sale or exchange in all sections. List what you have with ALLAN L. BLAND, JR., 800 Broad st.; phone 6787 Market. FACTORIES, I.OPTS, ETC., TO LET. AS LIGHT AS DAY!! About 7,500 square feet elegant first and second floors to .ease, in whole or part; between Erie, Lackawanna, Pennsylvania railroads. OWNER, 7 Webster st. LOFTS, WITH POWER AND STEAM HEAT, 4fl LAWRENCE ST., WASHINGTON WILSON. LOFT In new building; electric power, light, heat, steam sprinkler system; lowest Insur ance rate in Newark; Murray and Austin sts. Inquire engineer or SHIMAN MILLER CO. FACTORIES FOR RENT. FACTORY—Two-story; suitable for tailor shop; electric machines, Ivons; good tables; ready for work; light, airy; suitable for any business; rent reasonable. Inquire 131 Spring field av. FARMS FOR SALE. COUNTRY DEPARTMENT. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. INC. i FARMS. COUNTRY HOMES. ESTATES, l ESSEX BUILDING. TEL. 6600 MARKET. COMMUTER'S CHICKEN FARM, including live Block, tools, Implements: only -4 ml lea out; State road; good farmhouse; fair barns; large chicken-houses; dandy horse; cow; no chickens; price $5,600; part■ mortgage. DANDY’ COMMUTER S 5 ACRE COUNTRY HOME FARM. $0,500. Dutch colonial house, situated on knoll, sur rounded by stately shade trees. 300 foet back from road; picturesque mountain views; steam heat; carriage-house. barns, chicken-house: splendid condition: all kinds fruit trees; hour out; five minutes station; State road; adjoin ing land if required; we delight In showing It. 14-ACRE POULTRY FARM. $4,000. Including live stock, tools and implements; located at. Lakewood. N. J., near schools and large markets. Up-to-date chicken farm. In full operation; 450 White Leghorn hens* BOO young chickens. Incubators, brooders, laylng liouses, all necessary stock, tools and Imple ments. six-room dwelling house, barns, auto mobile runabout for delivery; fine apple, pear and plum orchardall kinds of berries. A snap for a quick buyer. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE ABOVE AND MANY OTHER FARMS. COUNTRY HOMES. ESTATES. NEW YORK. NEW JERSEY. LONG ISLAND. CONNECTICUT. ADDRESS COUNTRY DEPARTMENT, LOUIS SCHLESINGER. INC.. ESSEX BLDG. SEND FOR BOOKLET. SEND to Country Dept, for new booklet; farms, country houses, gentlemen'* estate*. New Jersey, New York, Long Island, Conn. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. Inc.. Essex building. Caldwell, IV. J. TEN-ACRE farm; ten minute*’ walk from railroad station; six-room house and barn and chicken-house, cows and machinery: $3,500. F. L. HELLER. FARMS WASTED, SELL—QUICKLY—EXCHANGE your farm or country home. Country Dept.. LOUIS SCHLESINGER. Inc.. Eesex building. AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS.—Free illustrated catalogue of big money-makers refedy: write for It and free sample of latest patented necessity. C. E. ABBEY, North Girard. Pa. HELP WANTED—MALE. A MIDDLE-AGED man as coatroom attend ant from 1 to 10 p. m. Inquire at 107 Halsey st., 9 to 11 a. m. ABLE-BODIED men wanted for the United States Marine Corps, between the ages of 19 and 85; must be native born or have first papers; monthly pay $1 fS to $60; additional compensation possible; food, clothing, quarters and medical attendance free; after thirty years' service can retire with 75 per cent, of pay and allowances; service on board ship and ashore In all parts of the world. Apply at U. S. MARINE CORPS RECRUITING OFFICE. 288 Market st.. Newark. N. J., or 112 East Twenty-third st.. New York, N. Y. AUTO SCHOOL OF NEW JERSEY—The old est school of the State; unlimited full course at the smallest fee; your license guaranteed offer passing our examination; day and eve ning ’‘ssons. 393 Halsey st.. near Kinney. BE n traveling salesman: earn while you learn; write for particulars of our system. BRADSTREET SYSTEM. Rochester, N. Y. BOY wanted for office in plumbing shop; bring reference. KELLY & BROS., 407 Cen tral av.. East Orange. BOY, German or American, to help barber after school hours or learn the trdde. 319 10th av. BOYS—Parents, we want German or American boys about 17 years old to learn foundry trade; call with your son or wrlto. GOTTLD & EBERHARDT, 97 N. .T. R. R. av., city. BOYS and girls earn easy money. Call 90 Summer av. COUNTERMAN In lunchroom; handy man In kitchen: not afraid of work or long hours. Address MANN, Box 49, Star office. LAUNDRY. WANTED. EXPERIENCED SHIRT IRON ERS. APPLY EXCELLO SHIRT CO. , 200 FIFTH AV., NEW YORK. MEN WANTED TO LEARN AUTOMOBILE DRIVING; DON”l WAIT TILL YOU GET OLD AND GRAY AND LET YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY SLIP AWAY; START NOW AND BE INDEPENDENT IN TTME TO COME, WE GUARANTEE TO MAKE A DRIVER OF YOU FOR 110; PLENTY OF ROAD PRACTISE AND PRACTICAL WORK. CALL. WRITE OR ’PHONE, DAY OR EVENING. HEBEBRAND _48 ORANGE ST. _ WANTED—First-class toolmaker; prefer one who is familiar with swedging dies and lapping. Apply WESTINGHOUSE LAMP CO.. Watsesslng Station. D.t L. and W., Bloomfield, N. J. WANTED for the U. S. army, able-bodied, un married men. between ages of 18 and 85, cit izens of United States, of good character and temperato habits, who can speak, read and write the English language. For Information apply to RECRUITING OFFICE. 260 Market st.. Newark. N. J. WANTED—A mechanic, experienced in all branches of automobile work. Applv COR RE.TA MOTOR-CAR CO. OF N. J.. 215 Hal sey st. WANTED—Metal spinners; good wages to ex perienced men. Apply employment depart ment, GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.. Pittsfield. Mass. WANTED—Ornamental Iron and stair worker*; no helpers need apply. REYNOLDS-MASON IRON CO., East Twenty-ninth st. and N. Y.. & W R. R.t Paterson, N. J. WANTED—Bright boy (or manufacturing of fice; references. Address BOY. Box 25, Star office. WANTED—Bench moulder on Jobbing work. C. A. GOLDSMITH, 42 Cutler at., Newark. YOUNG MAN wanted, with some experience with moving pictures. NICKLET. 281 Mar ket st. _ ^ storage. JOB DE CAMP. 34 William st. -Storage: Safes and pianos stored $1 per month; piano rooms steam heated during winter; furniture stored H P«r month up; looked room*. HELP WANTED—MALE A FEMALE. SINGERS tried for Church positions by ap pointment; free registration. LEROY HBTZEL. manager. 870 Broad st. Tel. 4149 Market. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE AND _ ^FEMALE. MAN and wife, colored, wish employment. cook and butler or all-around man and cook. Addresa E. G. M.. 164 Academy it., city. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. COOK—Must have experience; for restaurant In hotel; order and dinner cooking. HOTEL i COURT, 61 Court at. COOK—First-class plain cook for private boarding-house. 63 Dodd st., Orange, top floor. EXPERIENCED operators on buttonhole ma chine on ladlee’ underwear. NAT LEVY & CO., 120 William st. HOUSE WORK-Wanted. reliable girl for housework. Apply to 69 Hillside av., near Clinton av. PARCEL WRAPPERS. W. V. SNYDER CO. REQUIRE GIRLS 16 YEARS OR OVER FOR PARCEL WRAP PER8; APPLY TO SUPT. SMALL German girl to wash dishes. 12 Mc Kinley av.. East Orange. YOUNG girl wanted to assist with housework. Call 81 Halsey st. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. ADVERTISING solicitor, expert; try me for results; largo experience; good appearance; i fluent talker. Address ADVERTISER, Box 49. Star office. ANY kind of work wanted by man 35 years | old; strong and willing; position as watch- I man preferred. CYRUS, 17 William at. BOOKKEEPER, twenty years' experience, i seeks position, even temporary clerical; good ; references; moderate salary. M.. Box 48, Star i office. BOY, German or American, to help barber after school hours or learn the trade. 319 Sixteenth av. j BOY wishes an office position; can furnish references. SAMUEL AVIDON, 195 Spruce st. BOY wishes position of any kind. B. NEW KIRK, 247H High st. CARPENTER wants work by the day or con tract; Jobbing and repairing. 379 New st. CHAUFFEUR, expert driver and mechanic, willing and Industrious, desires to connect | with people where same would be appreciated. I Address CHARLES JOHNSON. 63 New York av. CHAUFFEUR—Young man wishes position. private or commercial; good character; care ful driver. Address CHAUFFEUR. 13 North Fifth st. _ CHAUFFEUR—Good references, experienced; sober and Industrious; also good mechanic; olty or country. Address CHAUFFEUR, Box 69. Star office. CHAUFFEUR wishes position driving or shop; j has two years shop experience. HARRY , SEIGEL, 30 Harrison av., East Newark. COLLECTING and investigating young man wants position; best of reference. Address C, E., Box 60. Star office. DRUGGI8T, registered In Pennsylvania, wants relief or steady work. J. C. EVANS, 463 South Thirteenth st. ENGINEER—Experienced; do own repair work and knows how to economize. B. GREENI- ! SON, 20 8peedway av., Newark. FIRST-^LASS steamfttter wishes a position In factory; understands plumbing repairs; best of references. J. HENDRICKSON, If North Third st. GOOD, honest, willing married man would like to get n position; Inside work preferred. Address C.. 104 East Kinney st. HUB and die cutter wants a situation. PHOENIX. 202 Kearny v., Kearny, N. J. INSIDE laundry work wanted by young man; exporlenoed sorter. L. M. SMITH, 191 Washington st. INTELLIGENT middle-aged man wants n position at anything where honesty and soberness are required. Address C., Box 28, Star office. MAN wants work, charge of house painting, papering, repair or carpenter work In shop. G. L. 8., 815 Runyon at. MAN wants position, ssiythlng; handy man; good reference. WILLING, Box 95. Star office. MAN WI8HE8 position as checker, stock or shipping clerk. GKO. W. DENTON, 10 Runyon st. MAN wishes position ns fireman; understands boiler; 22 years’ experience. J. WELSH, 140 Green st. MAN would like position an bartender; speaks German. BARTENDER, Box 80, Star office. MAN (white) wishes position ns handy man In privnte family. 19 Crawford st. MIDDLE-AGED businessman desires position, office or outside; moderate salary; location Immaterial. WORKER, 216 Burnett st.. East Orange. PRESSMAN wants work; sober and steady. Address MATTHEW G. KELLY, 35 Vine st.. est Orange, N. J. SITUATION wanted as bookkeeper or office assistant or any clerical position. Address W. H. 8., 86 Elmwood av.. East Orange, N. J. SITUATION wanted as painter or handy man In factory. H. H. LEWIS, Box 59, Star office. --u-| STENOGRAPHER (24) wants good position; neat, accurate, Al; 6ft years with one com pany; best references. STENO, Box 24. Star | office. WANTED—Work by respectab.e, active elder- ■ ly man; honest and willing worker; have recommendations. ANXIOUS, Box 90, Star , c dice. WANTED—Position as porter and handy man in saloon; some experience as bartender; 1 good references. PETER WILLIAMS, 10 | Humbert st., East Nut ley, N. J. WANTED—Experienced mechanical engineer j and draughtsman. DRAUGHTSMAN, Box TO, Star office. I WOULD like a Job, laboring or driving a team, i DANIEL CARNELL. 101) North Fifth st. I YOUNO man with experience in general office 1 work desires clerical position; honest and hard worker. Address REFERENCES. Box 80. Star office. YOUNO man. experienced as Janitor or paint er; references if necessary; state wages. E. KELLY. 882 Plane st. YOUNO man wants position as stenographer: five years' clerical experience; six months stenographer. S., Box 06, Star office. YOUNO MAN wants position to drive electric machine; two years* reference from Landsen ! Co. WM. MBNGEL. 150 Howard st.. city. ! YOUNG man. 18 years, position In power house or armature winding. EDW. MALONE. ' 210 Watchung av., West Orange. YOUNG man, knowledge of typewriting, would I l»ko position with future. C. F. S., 24»5 I Belleville av., city. YOUNG man wishes position as driver for i butcher or grocery store. B. BLOOM, 840 Fairmount av. TOUNO man would like position as night watchman and fireman; 22 years* experience. L. WELSH. 140 Green st. YOUNG man (25), good appearance, educa tion and experience, wants position: any fair salary. BUSINESS. Box 08, Star office. YOUNG man wants position as receiving or stock clerk or at anything. Address J., Box 100, Star office. YOUNG man (21) wishes to do stenography and typewriting evenings. PAUL BLUMEN FELD, Bloomfield. N. J. YOUNG man wishes work of any kind, driver or anything. Address J. W., 79 Rutger* st. YOUNG MAN wants work at anything; shop preferred. J., Box 35. Star office. TOTING MAN wishes position In garage. IS GAGER. 169 North Clinton st.. Bast Orange. YOUNG man wants work of any kind ROB ERTS. 101 Washington st. Sign of Age. “I guesa he must b© getting old.” “Why?” “H ©*• quit thinking that h« can •ing.”—©aiffoit Tr— Praia S ITU ATI O NS WANTED—FEM A LB. Attention, Ladies! DO lOU NEED HELP? it you are in Immediate want of household terranta call at the reception room of the Bu reau of Employment of the city. CITY HALL ANNEX BUILDING, ON FRANKLIN STREET, EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY, BETWEEN THE HOLTS OF 1 AND 4, where 'ou will find uwaitlng you ex perienced GENERAL HOUSEWORKERS. C JOKS, LAUNDRESSES. NURSES, SEAM8TRESES. ETC. Also others not skilled but ready and willing to be employed. POLITE LADY ATTENDANT. CLEANING—Woman wants office cleaning or any kind of work by day or week. HAL LOR AN, 17 William at. GERMAN girls wishes position as general houseworker. Inquire 97 Magazine st. HOUSEWORK—German girl wishes position as general houseworker. Inquire 97 Niagara st. LADY Withes position a* office assistant. Ad dress ANXIOUS, Box 61, Star office. MIDDLE-AGED widow would like position as ; housekeeper for widower or bachelor: no washing; can furnish best of references. Ad dress MRS. II. WOOD, 11*79 Thirty-seventh st., Brooklyn, N. Y. MIDDLE-AGEI) woman desires position :if light housework; good home In preference to salary. HOUSEWORK. Box 9S, Star office. NURSE (German woman) wishes confinement and other oases: best of housekeeper. MRS. , MILLER, 47(1 Bergen st. STENOGRAPHER wit- ..-a de sires a posUion; neat and willing worker Address STEXO.. Box 49, Star office. WIDOW—Young German woman with child ID years wishes position as housekeeper In widower’s family in city. Address WIDOW, Box 80. Star office. YOUNG lady desires position at office work; j understands stenography. K.. Box 40. Star office. YOUNG woman wishes day's work of any kind. Call or write MRS. E. CLARK. 79 Rutgers st. FOR SAI F. $45.00 FUR COATS $10.50 Sale of French Coney Fur Coats. Perfect fit. 62 Inches long; best Quality; all sIzps; splendid gift; sold regular $45.00, special at $19.60. We give S. A If. trading stamps. Double stamps on Saturdays. ROSCIUS'S. 465 SPRINGFIELD AV., OPP. SEVENTH ST. WE ARB HEADQUARTERS for coffee mills, equipped with the patent ball bearings; safes that are fireproof and have brass locks and handles: scales, even balance, spring and platform, all tested by the city sealer. BANISTER & POLLARD CO., 206 and 208 Market st.. city. “The Home of Good Hardware." ALL BRANCHES OF HARDWARE. ALL kinds trusses; expert fit guaranteed. Call GEO. HECKEL, Springfield av. ASPHALT roofing. $1.25 per roll; no seconds; nails and cement free; cannot bo duplicated anywhere. Asphalt Neverleak roof paint, red 00c, black 60c per gal.; see us for roofing and supplies; delivered free. Phone 039 Waverly. VICTOR ROOFING CO., 17 Wright st. BARGAINS—New and second-hand ladies' and gents’ clothing; open evenings. 115 South Orange av. BOUGHT. SOLD AND EXCHANGED*—Fuml* ture, stoves, oilcloths, carpets. Send postal to CHEAP JOHN. 50 Harrison av.. Harrison. N.J. BRINDLE bull for sale; male dog. Inquire 59 Goble st. CANVAS COVERS, HORSE BLANKETS, • POT STOVES. WALSH’S SONS & CO . PASSAIC AND CLAY STB. m EDISON moving picture machine, guaranteed new, with new rheostat; bargain price. DR. O’NEILL, Ridgewood, N. .T. FANCY handwork of all kindn for sale. MARY KRANCZ, 321 South Spring at., Eliz abeth, N. ,T. JAPANESE CHRTSTMA8 GIFTS. Japanese good*, toys, china pet*. vnaea. cupa, etc.; silk scarfs, laces and handkerchiefs; souvenirs free to every customer. JAPANESE ART GOODS STORE. 801 Broad st., opp. City Hall. OFFICE furniture and supplies, de^ks, chairs. tables, filing cabinets, bookcases, index cards, folders, etc.; large stock safes. Furni ture Dopt., BAKER PRINTING CO.. 251 Market st. REGINA music, box cabinet: also one dining table, chiffonier, cooking stove and oil stove; also youth’s bed MRS. A. PRICE, 1414 Springfield av. ^ SCAFFOLD, 80 feot; extension ladder. 40 feet; 15-foot and 7-foot ladders; cheap to quick buyer. 03 Sussex av. TWO second-hand safes. 5 000 disk records, Zonophone and Victor phonographs. 25c each. D REINHORN. 01 Springfield av. VIOLIN for sale, birndi varies model violin; fine tone; Brazil wood, bow and case; $0. NORZ MTTSTCAL INSTRUMENTS & STRING CO., 507 Main st.. East Orange. Fnrvltnre. THE wull-known furniture house. 43 Belle ville av., will otTer the public less than cost on account of alterations, a great variety of bedding, flooring, dining-room and parlor furniture. BA NOWITCH ft CO. TWIN go-cart. reed, for snle. G. FTEDLER, Spruce st. and Wellington av., West Orange. Gold ami Silver Plnflnur. L. E. OLNEY, gold and silver plater. 50 Co lumbia st.; repintlng and reflnishlng of jew elry, silverware and novelties done in a satis factory manner at a reasonable rate; mesh bags repaired and replated. Household Good*. ALL kinds of stoves and household goods for sale, cheap, ready for use; also stoves ex changed. 370 Mulberry st. FL'RNITCRE. Oriental and domestic rugs. silverware, cut glass, other high-class house hold goods; used three months; must be sold; call any time. 1108 Broad at. M nrtilnery. LATHES, shapers, mil ling and screw ma chines, power foot drill and screw presses, shupers. planers, shafting pulleyo, hangers, wood working machinery; entire plants bought. N. J. MACHINERY EXCHANGE. 349 Market street. Office Furniture. OFFICE partition, filing cabinet. Underwood ' typewriter, roll-top desk, bookkeeper's desk, typewriter's desk, two tables, ten chairs; other office furniture very cheap for quick buyer. 114 North Fourth sf., Harrison. Produce. POTATOES, cabbage, cheap. LUM, Orange st. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE OF INTENTION-Board of Street and Water Commissioners. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Board of Street and Water Commlsalonoie of tho City of Newark, at a meeting held the sixth day of December, 1911, and approved by the Acting Mayor of the City of Newark on the seventh day of December, 1911, public notice is hereby given that it Is tho Intention of the Board of Street and Water Commis sioners of the City of Newark, under and 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, and the act cre ating the Board of Street and Water Com missioners of the City of Newark, approved March 28th. 1891. and other public laws of the State of New Jersey, to order and cause . the vacation of that portion of OLD BERGEN STREET, beginning at the present northerly line of Fourteenth avenue and extending In a north erly direction about fifty (50) feet, according to a map on file In the office of the Chief En gineer, known as No 10«8-V. Such persons as may object thereto are requested to present their 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 tion of six days from date of this notice. By direction of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark. M. R. SHERRBRD. Chief Engineer. Newark, N. J., December 7. 1911. deo7-5t j A delayed advertisement brings only the after math of trade. It is the first call that captures the procession of custom era. BUSINESS PERSONALS. SPECIAL SALE IN MEATS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Choice Rib Roast. 16 Sirloin Steak.16 Leg of Lamb.16 Ijcg of Veal.10 Loin of Pork. 14 Fresh Ham .14 Small Ham .11 Roasting Chickens .10 Spring Turkey* .18 Geese and Ducks . 18 All kinds of Bologna.12 Sausage Meat . .. .10 FRED SCHAEFFER. 267 MULBERRY STREET. Metal Ceilings and Walls erected in all kinds of buildings. .TAME8 V. MAGUIRE, 313 Halsey st.. Newark. Metal Ceilings and Walls Ceilings, $8 and up; estimates furnished. FRED J. BOCK. 1)5 Bank at. Phone 600-J, B. B. CHIMNEYS rebuilt, chimneys cleaned. $2 flue, plastering, flagging; nil kinds of Jobbing. A. HARRIS. 145 Alexander st. Tel. 1268-W. Mkt. CLA8SIK METAL CEILINGS nnd walls. MERRITT METAL CEILING CO., INC., 8U-B1 Academy st.; tel. 4060 Market. IF you want carting done call tel. 3312 Mar ket. SALSBERRY. 100 Bank st MATTRESSES made over nt customer’s resi lience. $2. I. LON DA. 280 Springfield nv. of 20 Rector st.. wishes to announce that she is located at 48 New' st. ■ | l , IT, i 1 \~I PORTLAND LADDER -' I ■ 1 L-i-L. CO., 130 Orange st. Tel. 5S4 R. B. Steps, ladders, Pulleys, Poles. PULLEY poles furnished and erected: kindling wood by the barrel, cord or carload. Tel. 4251-R, Market. C. AUGUSTIN. 160-170 South Orange av. SPRINGFIELD HA f RBKO\ A ri S’G W ORKS All kinds of ladies' hats, heavers, felts, etc., remodeled In latest styles. 262 Spring lield av., Newark. N. J. Building Material. LEAKY ROOFS—Fix your own roofs with our never-leak roofing compound; gallon can 90c, delivered c. o. d: full directions; reduction on five or more gallons. NEVER-LEAK ROOF ING CO.. 73 Nassau st.. New York city. Corsets. HIDE superfluous flesh; Crosby’s lace-front corsets. $6; guaranteed, equal to anj $15 cus tom-made corsets. MATHEWS. expert cor sotler, 106 Arcade. Tel. 4845-J, Market. Hair Goods. MRS. R. W. OLIVER, COLORED LADIES’ HAIRDRESSING PARLOR, 12 Crawford st. —Switches, puffs, etc., made from combings at reasonable prices: satisfaction guaranteed. I will call at your home for hairdressing, facial inassaging or shampooing. THE UP-TO-DATE HAIRDRESSING PAR LOR, O. Apter, Prop.—Importer of human hair goods of all kinds; massaging, shampoo ing and manicuring; also hairdressing, plain and fanev; combings made tip reasonably, 66a Springfield av. Newark, N. J. Go-Carts. GREAT bargains In doll carriages, etc., di rect from factory. I*aNGERMAN, 26 Bel mont av. Hairdressing and Manicuring. HAIR DRESSING, manicuring, facial mas sage, scalp treatment, shampooing, children's hair-cutting reasonable. WILSON & LONG, 88 Halsey st. Ostrich Feathers. MRS. L. WILLIS—Oltd ostrich feathers cleaned and dyed witnout shrinkage, willow mado from old feathers; feathers curled on hat In a few hours' notice. 110 Halsey st., opp. Cedar. Phonoifrnph*. ALL kinds phonographs, records and disk records; bargains, on Bmall weekly pay ments; bicycle supplies. PAPIK, 22 Ferry st. and 124 South Orange av. Public Stenographer*. I TYPEWRITING, multlgraphlng; rapid work; reas. BARTON, 845 Broad st.; tel. 5620 Mkt. Talking: Machine*. $1.00 week-PHONOGRAPHS-week $1 00 I COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES, i SPECIAL RECORDS ON SALE We Display AH Models of Machine*. ALEX, v PLATES & CO.. 567 BROAD ST. INSTRUCTION. SELECT SEWING SCHOOL 348 SPRINGFIELD AVENUE. It may Interest you to know that this school In none of Its branches teaches any system whatever, but coniine* attention to the Imme diate requirements of patrons by rendering such assistance ns will enable them to make their dresses. Bults or parts of them or merely fit their garments. Private lessons given. Further Information cheerfully given on ap plication. MISS EVA M. DESCH M16t> CRAVEN’S SCHOOL POl GIRLS. 978 Broad *trs*t. Vlma’T. Intern**!*♦ A aredon*'** and roller* preparatory* der.*rtmentB Nerr Kindergarten and «rt departments opc.ned is year. A Urn'ted number oi boys received in the iuwt departments. Newark Business College COURSES IN BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, i TYPEWRITING AND CIVIL SERVICE Day and Evening SpM«lonN. Killer Any lime. Warren nud Rainey St*. NEWARK ACADEMY. Founded 1702. WILSON FARRAvn, HEAD MASTER. Thorough preparation for nny college or scientific school or for husIneRH life Gym nnslum and athletic field. Catalogue on applt- j cation. THE NEWARK SEMIvARY—Ml’* Whitmore's school. 172 Clinton nv Boarding and day school academic, intermed ate and primary depts.. special studies. Pupils enter lending col leges every year on cert 1 Hen* •• of school. Catalog BOWDEN’S Private College teaches you shorthand, typewriting nn<1 bookke'png; po sitions sure; weekly payments. 38 Centre st. Dancing. DANCING AT R; • S :«0 208 Wash ington at., opp V/p • h'ngton Theatre—Clarsen every Wednesday evening: novelty reception every Saturday even in* new beginners’ class Monday evening. D ember 11. DAVTS SCHOOL OF DANCING PRIVATE '.easens. with music, day or eve ning. by appointment: all the Intern dancen; classes every evening. Apply THE DAVIS SCHOOL 4015 FIROAD ST Phone 81*2 R B MISS ALICE J. GREGORY, Select School of Dancing for Children Saturday afternoons. 2 to 0. North End Hall. 380 Belleville av. Mnelc. BANJO, mandolin, guitar and violin lessons. ' 50c. A J. WE IDT, 430 Washington st. LADY piano teacher wishes few pupils: also beginners. Address MUSIC. Box 01. Star office. MB. CHARLES F. EICHHORN. 14 Thomas st.—Instructor of piano, organ, harmony, 'cello, flute, guitar and mandolin. PIANO INSTRUCTION—Special attention to ! beginners. E. BERTL, 184 Seventeenth av. PROFESSOR WILSON LAMB, baritone. ln atructor of voice; concerts, church work. 121 Central av. MOVING. REINHARD’S EXPRESS. INC., John A. Relnhard, President—Truckmen and ilggers. sales, machinery and pollers moved, vans tat furniture, storage. Hear 41 Camp st., city, tels. 67 Market—6721 Market. „ „ j WHEN MOVING OR HAULING SAFES. LUMBER OR IRON CALL 166 MARKET TELEPHONE. F W MUNN LIVERY CO.. 78 CHESTNUT ST . NEWARK, N. J. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DRAKE & CO.—Established 1805. Phone 2848 Market. Firemen s Insurance Co. building. Broad and Market ets. FRAENTZEL & RICHARDS, Patent Law, American and foreign patents, trade-marks an-i copyright and mechanical engineering. 745-747 Broad st. Phone 2152-W, Market. PATENT BUREAU REICHELT. 845 Broad st.. Newark. N. J. Branch Office. Berlin, Germany. Foreign Patents a Specialty Obtained and Sold. RUSSELL M. EVERETT. Tel. 4388-R. Market. Patent Lawyer and Solicitor. U. 8. and Foreign. Cor Broad and Market. ^ AUTOMOBILES. _^_ 1855 56 1911 REPAIR WORK ON AUTOMOBILE WHEELS. PHI NBAS JONES & CO.. 305 MARKET ST.. NEWARK, N. J. Up the driveway. _ _ REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE RIMS FURNISHED AND APPLIED. Telephone 1571-1572 Market. A FEW bargains In “second" automobile tlrea and tubes; expert tire and tube vulcan izing. TIRE TRADING CO., 40 William at. AUTO painting and for sale; horses, harness. carriage and wagon, for sale, tops of all kinds made and repaired. t RILLEV. 100 NEW YORK AV. AVON AV. garage and machine shop: all work done under my own supervision; gen eral machine work at right prices; estimates for storing and oaring for cars. JOB. C. KUEHNR, cor. Avon av. and South Eight eenth st. CUSTOM-MADE AUTOMOBILE TOPS. Seat, lamp and lap covers, wind shields and other accessories; quality counts more with the Individual than quantity: we build quality tops. BALLANTIN.es. 353 Ilalsey st. FOR 8ALE-A fine 40-horsepower 1910 Na tional limousine car in A1 condition; owner will aell at bargain; ran be seen at 76 Custer av. Phone 2307-W, Wa .erly. GILMORES AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE. 16-IN Shipman at.—Headquarters for used runabouts, touring cars and trucks that are good and also cheap; so oral bargains in I0t1 cars that are practically new. Phone 2615 Market. NEWARK TIRE REPAIR CO.—Vulcanising. tubes repaired; all work guaranteed. 21 Cam- j field st.. Newark, N. J. Tel. 8076 L. Market. THREE high-power cars. Just overhauled: body to suit buyer, painted to order; 1900 and under. 228 Halsey. 1910 SIX-CYLINDER Thomas flyer, complete equipment; looks like new; Vi.500; owner has purchased a 1012 Cadillac. DETROIT-CADIL LAC MOTOR CAR CO.. 282 Halaey at., New ark, N. J. Automobiles for Hire. FIVE AND SEVEN-PASSENGER PACKARD CARS FOR RENT. 440 CENTRAL AV.. EAST ORANGE. TELEPHONE 1881 ORANGE Motorcycle* and Bicycles. CHRISTMAS bicycles and velocipedes for boys and girls; best makes at lowest prices. FRANK SCORNAVAGCA. 881 Fifteenth av. FLANDERS- Just arrived. 4-liorsepower. 28x2tires, magneto; a beauty in design and finish; absolutely guaranteed for one year four guarantee Is good); vastly superior In' material to anything In the market at that price or more; $175 cash; will sell on easy j term*. CHAS. KREBS. 51 WILLIAM ST . CITY. I FOR Juvenile wheels don't fall to see Clinton j Hill Cycle Co.; special holiday gooda on hand. THOMAS D. JACKSON, Clinton and Badger avs. HEADQUARTERS for Juvenile, men’s and ladies’ bicycles; a small deposit will secure your Xmas present; open evenings; the big 1012 “4” Haverford motorcycle, $175. HAVER FORD CYCLE CO.. 045 Broad st. WHEELS. WHEELS. Largest stock in Eastern States; new wheels from $16 up; special price reduction during the fall. Flak tires. 11.95: see wheels for $5 down. IL per week. HERBERT AUSTIN, 81 Orange st.. one-half block from Broad. ■" -—- ■ .1 HORSKS AND CARRIAGES FOR SALE. HORSE OWNERS Why burden the trust with more horses than they can use? We want 1,000 dead or con demned horses or cows per week, and will pay $7 per piece for them; furnish prompt service day or night. SCHWARTZ BROS .CO., 1100 Harrison av., Kearny, N. 3. Tels.—L. D., Harrison 2210; Local, BT Harrison. NO TRUST; SPOT CASH. 1,000 dead or condemned horses are produced In Newark and vi cinity about every three months. Why advertise for this number weekly? We take all we can get and pay $7 each—remove same promptly and pay spot cash. Everybody troated alike. No favorites. Try us If not satisfied where you have been dealing. New Jersey Rendering Co. Phone 1077 Market; P. O. Box 230. Newark,N.J. FOR SALE— 50 NEW hand-made lumber wagons, to be sold for one-half price on account of nom; wagons will carry from two to five to \. Inquire JOHN O. RETCHBTETTER A SONS. 807 South Orange av. Newark. RUBBER TIRES. We put on and impair solid and cushion vehicle tires; we use Hartford rubber only; they are the beat; prices low; work done while vou wait. JOHN O. MERKLE CO., 28 P.lnce street. WAGONS—Suitable sny kind of business; best make; lowest prices; wagons sold under guarantee; rubber tire top bugtf'es: low wheel runabouts: build wagons and trucks to order; rubber tires put on. JOHN KOPYTA. 149 South T'n'h st.. between Fifteenth and Six teenth a vs. PERSONAL. ALL THIS MONTH we will sell $8.80 and $8 spectacles and eyeglasses with any style gold-filled frame you desire for $1.00. All oculist prescript 'one filled for $1, with ac curately ground lensps. WASHINGTON OPTICAL PARLORS. 139 Washington st.. near New. Newark. Hours. 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 11 to 4. STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES. BUTCHER and store fixtures bought, sold and exchanged. RELIABLE STORE FIXTURE BO.. M. Greenberg, Prop.; 20-28 Ferry st.; *el. 8381 Market. No conn, i ! ion with other store. SHOW CASES, store fixtures, gass. mirrors; lowest prices. R. HOKOB1N. 38 Prlnco st. STORE, office fixtures to order, lowest prices; work guaranteed. fix'urea bought, rod. ek chsnged. MILLER A ROUTE 23 Belleville av WALLPAPER AND PAI'RRHANGING. PAINTING, paperhanging. iowvst pr.ces. all woik guaranteed, give mu a trial. WEISS. 294 South Orange a\.; tel. 2159-J. Market. S. GRUNT—Rooms painted. $1.00: papered, $3 50. 803 Fifteenth av. 2050-L, Waverly. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. LISTER’S AGKiCULi UJtAL CHEMICAL WORKS. Manufacturers of Fertilizers of all klnda. Bone Black, Glue, Grease. Chemicals, etc. Buyers of Dry Bone and Butchers' Bone. Con signments solicited. For particulars address LISTER AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS. 2 Rector st.. New York city, and Lister av.. Newark. N. J. JOHN p. KEHOE. President. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. CONTENTS OF HOUSES, FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT. CASH QUICK CONFIDENTIAL. 42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.; PHONE 2071. CASH paid for old gold, silver and diamonds T. J. BRADLEY. Inc., 402 Broad st., next to Continental Hotel. Phono 1270-L. Branch Brook CLOTHING—HIGHEST PRICE FOR CAST OFF CLOTHING. LADIES’ AND GENTS'. SEND FOR pi. FEIN BERG, 80 MERCER ST. HIGHEST price paid, spot cash, for auto shoes and all kinds of scrap rubber. 160 Newark st. HIGHEST prices paid for ladies' and gents' cast-off clothing. FRANKS. 87 Mercor st. J. A. HOLMAN, (fea 1 er In all kinds of new, second-hand clothing; stoves, furniture and household goods bought and sold. 41-48 Sus sex av. OLD GOLD, silver snd platinum bought for cash. JEWELRY EXCHANGE. 128 Markat. I PAY high prices for oast-off clothing; send I postal. B. COHEN. 60 Canal st. TRADING stamps bought. $2 per 1.000. loos#: ' highest prices paid for hooks. 103 Market st. WANTED—Plsln hand sewing, mending and darning, to do at home. MRP. PETERSON. 51 Km: Kinney st. A delayed advertisement brings only the after math of trade. It is the first oall that captures the pro ©eats ton of eu#tom#rt. _______ -i’SB LOANS—MORTGAGES. * W0'(,00 to Invest; what have you to offer? I will buy first and second mortgage* ®rany commercial papers of value. GBO. B. SCirEIDER, 030 Essex building. MONEY to loan on first and second mortgage* C" building and loan mortgagee. HUGO WOERJTER. 73? Broad st. ^^^^JLSTROLOGT. MME. ETAIN. Astrologlst—Houre^l^to^oT 4*5 Avon av., near Nineteenth st.; Clinton of Springfield oars; ladies and gentlemen. JUNK DEALERS. DEALER In graded woolen rags; highest easb prloss paid. DAVID HELLMUTH. 15 vH Buren st., Newark. LODGE* AND HALM. IROQUOIS HALL—Seating capacity 400; newly renovated; nor open for engagement#; suit able for banouats. weddings, dances, lectures and lodges. F W. HUTTENBACH. Iroouols building, Sflfi-36* Washington st. __ - MEDICAL. LADIES deal ring advice by speciallet—Twenlg years experience; all female ailment!* trained nurse in attendance; consultation free* Hours 10-8; Sundays, 11-4. Private bouse. ISA West Sixty-fifth st.. New York city. Take elevated, subway or surface cars to Slxtr-slxth st. station. COUGHS, colds and for the throat, whooping ,-,5te!iyi€rla. hoarseness, use WEA SEL'S COUGH CORDIAL. PHRENOLOGY. CONSULT Professor Le Roy. America's great est llf« reader; gives advice on all affair* of lire; expert advloe on how to select the right vocutlon; call today; special low feo this week. r>0<\ Parlors. Coleman building, entrance 57 Orange st.; hours 10 to 0. CONSULT MMB. S. DARLING—Hours from 10 a. m to D p. m.; ladles and gentlemen; circles Friday evenings at 8. 20 Warren st. AUCTION SALES. NEW LOAN CO . 201 Springfield av., will sell at public auction Monday. December 13. 1911, at 10 o’clock a. m., all unredeemed pledges, diamonds, watches, jewelry of everv description, clothing, instruments, etc., at VAN POZNAK’S Auction Rooms. 42 South Orange av. COAT,. O. P. SCHALLER Best grades of coal: family trade a specialty. 401 Springfield av. Write or phono 698 Waverly. _.. ■ ■ DETECTIVE AGENCIES. THE RELIABLE DETECTIVE AGENCY 30 Clinton st. L.D.’puone 010 Mkt. Newark,N.J. All classes of detective business, civil and criminal, investigations by expert detectives, for corporations, banks, mercantlT* houses, at torneys and private individuals; strictly con fidential service. DRESSMAKING. DRESSMAKING wanted by the dag; perfect satisfaction. MLLE. DE MAR, 17 West Kinney st. DRESSES— Charming, fashionable, smart man nish suit*, cloaks, eaqulslte evening gowns. MM13. WILT8CH. 60 FVanRlm ct.; 8173-W, Mkt LADIES' tailoring, dressmaking, altering, re. fitting; work guaranteed; chargee reasonable. MRS. RIVERS, 07 Belleville av.. Newark. PRINTERS. Business Cards, $1 per 1,000 By mall 11.10. “ALL MISSOURIANS shown." SCOTT. 95 Bank at., near Plana. Phone 4015-J. Market. TAILORING. BUT clothing or have it mode to order at STAR CLOTHING STORE 30 per cent, saved on bills. 403 SPRINGFIELD AV. * --- -- i, i / F. FENNIG, 109 Washington at.—Custom tai loring; guaranteed; cleaning, pressing; *■* aonabla. THE full dresser, LOUIS LESSER, yes, sir. Waldmann’o corner. 140 MARKET ST., sec ond floor; full dress. Prince Alberts and 'tvat edo suits to hire: also mourning appfcrel. TYPEWRITERS. _ TYPEWRITERS rented, $2 per month np? practise pnper free; we sell and repair all makes. NEWARK TYPEWRITER EX CHANGE. 224 Market at Phone Market 4430. ---: - , ifu CLEANER* AND DYERS. THE SHAPIRO CO.. 18 Prince st.-Cleaner*, dyers; suits cleaned. pressed, sanitary method, at 40c; called for and delivered. ip. ■ ■ -— ■ " 1 ■;— . .. ■ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A SUCCESSFUL manufacturing company, to meet the Increasing demands of its business, Is compelled to enlarge Its factory plant. The present equipment of machinery and manu factured product on hands, all paid for, are worth $30,000; a block of $25,000 treasury • (Jennie M. Hansen, 170 Belleville av., call at Star office and get two tickets for Proctor's) stock, preferred, paying 7 per cent., Is now offered for sale and will be sold from one share up; par value $100. The business Is open to the fullest Investigation. C., Box 40, I Star office. IF YOU WrSH TO BUY OR SELL YOUR BUSINESS CONSULT THE | Union Business Exchange 201 UNION BUILDING, 0 TO 15 CLINTON ST. We Guarantee Results j FISH market and vegetable stand In good j ioca lcn sell quick for cash. 160 Main St.. | East Orange. ; OWNER must leave town this month; will 1 sacrifice boarding-house, restaurant, lot and property; present bus'ness $125 a week. Write Tor Information to OPPORTUNITY. Box 73. Ptnr office - sfsam SIGNS. SIGNS—C. L. WILLIAMS. INC.—SIGNS Wood. Brass. Cloth. Glass. Gilding, Lettering. 124 Market st. Phone 105 Market. ■ nc'l' 4 v n pnrvn I LOST—Monday night, gold heirloom braoelet, containing live stones; visited Prudential ! building, Proctor’s and Cafe De Jianne’s; ! reward. WILKINS. 476 Central av., East Or j ange. or telephone. LOST—On December 7. a bunch of keys, on block bounded by Broad, South, Orchard and Tlchenor sts. Liberal reward will bo paid to the Under by leaving them at BLESS & DRAKE’S, 175 X. J. R. R. av. LOST—Fox terrier, black and white, short tall, Teddy; bulldog, white and tan. long tall. Leo: lost two months; reward. Return to 80 Bank at. LOST—Lady’s plain gold watch. Initials on case, on Bloomfield car. between Watsesalng and Hahne's; reward. 16 Dodd st., Bloomfisld. TAX NOTICE. TAX NOTICE. OFFICE OF RECEIVER OF TAXES. City Hall. Newark. N. J., October 19, 1911. This omce will be open from Friday, Oc tober 20, 1011, until April 14, 1012. for the in ception of taxes for 1911. Particular attention is called to the follow ing requirements of law; If paid on or before the thirty-flrst day of October, one tlj per cent, will be deducted. If paid on or betoro the twentieth day of No vember, one-half (Vfe) of one (1) per cent, will be deducted. If paid on or beforo the twentieth day of December, tho exact amount of tax. If not paid on or before the twentieth day of December, interest at the rate of twelve (12) per cent, per annum will by added. If not paid on or before April 14. 1912, war rants will be issued with three <3) per cent, penalty, justice and collector’s fees, in ad dition to ten t$.10> cents cost of publication, on each amount personal. Office open from 8 a m. to 2 p. m. Saturdays, from 8 a. ra. to 12 ro. ROBERT L. R08B. Rsceleer. • A, ik.