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BMDFORD-On December 12, 1911, William,
mm of the late George arid the late
Caroline Bedford, aged 60 years.
BREWEH-Qn Wednesday, December 13,
Ull, Mary A., beloved wife of Oscar O.
Brewer (uee Dlsosway) 29 Heller park
way.
BROWN—At New York city, December
19, 1911, William Brown, in bis 73d
year, beloved husband of Jane Brown,
of 35 Beach street, Orange.
CHISHOLM—On December 13. 1911,
Elisabeth, beloved wife of John Chis
holm, aged 35 years. Cl 2 Harrison
avenue, Harrison, N. J.
FOX—On December 14, 1911, Sarab, beloved
daughter of the late Bernard and Brld
get Fox, ISO Warren street.
JORALEMON—Suddenly, on December
18. 1911, John W„ husband of EHxa
S. Joralemon, aged 75 years. 311
Washington avenue.
KING—On Friday. December 15. 1911, at
the parents' residence. No. 3 Twentieth
avenue, Irvington. N. J., Madelyn M..
beloved child of John and Catherine
King (nee Haul, aged 3 years and <
months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MAXFIELD—At Bloomfield. N. J..De
eember 14, 1911. Joseph Benton Max
field, In his 69th year, 229 Franklin
Htreet.
McFADDBN—On December 13. 1911.
Charles K., beloved husband of Mary
A. McFaddeu (nee Lord), and member of
Barcelona Council No. 42, Knights of Co.
lumhus. of Waterhury. Conn.
Relatives and friends and members or
Knights of Columbus of Newark and
Belleville are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral from ids late residence,
86 Wlnthrop street, on Saturday. Decem
ber 16. at 8.30 a. m.. thence to the Church
or Our H-idv of Good Counsel, where a
High Mass of Requiem will he offeree
for the repose of his soul. Interment in
St. Peter s Cemetery, Belleville.
MOCKRLDGE—On December 14, 1911. Em
ma Miller Mockrldge, wife of Albert w.
Mockrldge. 163 Clinton avenue, Jersey
City Heights.
or oh DDT RLE—Entered Into rest at
her late home, Pompton avenue, Ver
ona, X. .T.. on December 13, 1911.
ftarah Ougheltree, beloved wife of
John Ougheltree.
RAMAflWAMI - On Thursday. •December
*3 *.911. Lillian A. Rarnaswami (nee Pler
«on). beloved wife of Volupulle Rarnas
warnl. , . ,
Relatives and friends are kindly in
i'tod to attend services at her late res
idence.‘136 Sussex avenue, on Sunday,
December 17. 1911, at 3 p. in. Interment
'•i Evergreen Cemetery. Hartford.
Conn., papers please copy.
kTCF—On December 13. 1911, Nano Rice,
native of Ltsmore, County Waterford,
Ireland, widow cf James Hire.
Relatives and friends of the deceased
are kindly invited to attend the funeral
from the late residence. No. 11.» Harri
son avenue. Harrison, on Saturday. De
cember 16. at 8 ». m.. to Holy Cross
Church. where a Solemn High Mass or
Requiem will be offered nt 9 a. in. for
the repose of her soul. Interment In
the Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.
ROWE-On December 12. 1911. Henry H.,
beloved husband of the late Charlotte
S. Rowe.
R1 MMEr -On December 14. 1911, at her
borne. 534 Lyon avenue. Irvington. N.
J.. Charlotte H. WieRman, beloved
wife of Clarence F. Hummel and
daughter 4>f Augusta and the late
George Wiegman, in her 28th year.
SOHANGK- Entered into rest Thursday.
December 11. 1911. George Washington,
beloved hnslvmd of Lena Schatik. l°r*
Howard street*
cirrtv] v Petered into rest on December
13, 1911. Samuel T.. beloved husband of
Roseau na Seely, aged 30 years, 36 Row
land street
W fin PR On December 14. 1911. Anna
Wehicr (nee Latch), aged 48 years and
1R days. 246 Elmwood avenue. East Or
ange.
WILD PM ' NX-On Thursday. December
14. 1911. Marla Anna, beloved wife of the
Dte Francis J. Wlldemann. sr.. (nee
Rnechleiu) aged 81 years 2 months and
15 days.
Relatives n"d friends, also the rrauen
Rosenkranz Verein, of rft. Benedict's
Church, are kindly invited to attend the
funeral from her late residence. No. 6
Rarbsra street, on Saturdny, December
in. 1911. at 8:30 a. m„ to St. Benedict’s
Church, where at 0 n m. a Requiem
Mass v ill be offered for the repose of
b#r soni. Interment in the Cemetery of
the Holy Sepulchre.
WITTER On December 13, 1911. Cyrus,
husband Mnrv Morfffln witter, aged
32 rpara. 239 Walnut street.
FLOHISTV
.1 D. KROBHL, JR.. 0 BELMONT AV.
Fresh cut flowers for nil iccaslons; funeral
designing a specialty Tel 5462-J. Market
MOI’RMNi: GOODS,
MOURN I NO goods dyed In 24 hours, guaran*
t«ed good black: also dye feathers. Tal.
643-W. Branch Brook: prompt delivery.
KATZ DYEING CO.. 616 ORANGE ST.
funeral directors.
People’s Burial Co.
380 Broad St., cor. 8th Ave
89 Kearny Ave., Kearny, N. ).
WILL FURNISH FOR
$75.00
elegant casket, covered with One black broad
cloth. white or sliver gray plush, with massive
bar handles, engraved nameplate, lined with
silk or satin, outsldo case, embalming, adver
tising. dressing, shaving, crucifix, candelabra.
*lo\ es. chairs, hearse and three coaches to
• ny city cemeterv. W» furnish for
$45.00
a funeral that measures up to any trust under
taker $00.00 funeral. Funeral parlor* freo.
PHONE 257 BRANCH BROOK.
Newark Burial Co.
534 BROAD STREET.
between Bridge and Lombardy at*.
For $65.00
we agree to supply Black Broadcloth Whits
Plush or Imitation Oak Casket, Handle*.
Plate, Interior Lined Complete. Outside ins
Box. Embalming. Newspaper Notice. Uae ol
Rug. Pedestal. Crepe. Camp Chair*. Hearae,
Three Coaches sny City Cemetery. Servlcei
of Funeral Director*.
Parlors for funeral In connection.
aOgTMarket 534 BrOad St,
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Th* undertaking business no sud
denly Interrupted by the death of
GEORGE BRUBCKNBR
will be continued by the firm of
OEORGE BRUECKNER'S SONS.
16 BELMONT AV.
TELEPHONE. WAVBRLY C1L
FRANK A. FOLEY.
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
802 La fa yett<* st. Phone 6788 Market.
H A B It H R I. E BROTHERS.
FTTNBRA - DIRECTORS.
458 Springfield av. Tel. IffnVrsvarly.
JAMES F. CAFFREY.
Eat. 1880. Undertaker.
44 Thomas st. Tel. 770 Waverlj.
JOSEPH"jTmaNOER.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Coaches and Camp Chairs to Hit*.
Tel. 763 Waverly. 480 Springfield av.
J A A. w7 HARTH.
Fun*ral Director* and Coach Owners.
208 South Orange av. Phone Market 2.
T. J. CALLAN.
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
28 Central av. Tel. 646.
WM F MULLTN.
UNDERTAKER
'*'• T.ufnvette ot Phone 660 Markst.
CEMETERIES.
GLEN RIDGE CEMETERY
Franklin av.. at Joralemon at.. Bloomfield. N
J.: tel. 1648-.T. Bloomfield: plots, four gra ai
nv«p ««g tin- *r#w»t Aitiiltf 814.
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
STERN & POLOW
HEAL ESTATE. INSURANCE
AND
BUSINESS BROKERS.
9*15 CLINTON ST. 7 BELMONT AV.
NEWARK, N. J.
L. D PHONE 4761 MARKET.
LOCAL PHONES 570-A. 2070-B.
We desire to impress upon the minds of th<
I business people that by listing their stores
1 business or property with us you get quid
! results. The reason is that we do riot liavi
to look for buyers, as we have them alwayi
on lmnd waiting for good propositions. Ou
one aim is to get results. As a special indume
ment anyone listing their business with ui
within the next five days will get free adVer
tlsing In both editions of the Morning an<
Evening Stars.
BARGAIN in statJonery-dgar store. wit?
small paper route; receipts $05 weekly; pric
$225 See STERN & POLOW.
BICYCLE and hardware business in elegan
neighborhood: stock worth $4,000; will sel
for $2,500 cash If bought this week. flei
i STERN & POLOW.
ESTABLISHED crockery store doing a goor
business; have good reason for setting; pr!c<
reasonable. 8ee STERN & POLOW.
WHOLESALE and retail cigar store in trnfTh
neighborhood; owner in manufacturing line
therefore must sell for a bargain; this has n<
equal. See SfERN & POLOW.
GROCERY In good neighborhood doing $141
weekly; store. 4 rooms; rent $23 monthly
price $450. See STERN & POLOW.
BARGAIN for $800: good stationery and con
fectlonery store doing n weekly business o
$125 and over; will stand any investigation
Hee STERN & POLOW.
SALOON, selling 30 halves weekly; also goor
whiskey and cigar trade; price $800. Sei
STERN & POLOW.
BARGAIN for quick action; saloon doing n
weekly business of $300; can be bought at
; once for $2,500: this place will stand any In
| vest I gat ion. See STERN * POLOW.
j These and numerous other places for sale af
I a bargain. Any business sold by us wil’
j always stand strictest investigation. For fur
ther particulars apply to
STERN & POLOW.
Business Brokerage Department.
Main office. 0-15 Clinton st.
Branch. 7 Belmont av.
| WE need a modern, going brass foundry; ourn
j is hustling specialty business, located near
Newark. N. J.; well rated Dun's and Brad
street’s; have now standing orders one ton
of castings weekly: own hip up-to-date ma
chine shop; plentv of land for growth;
founders and finishers combined get more
business than separate; submit proposition;
dan furnish capital to Increase production;
will combine or purchase. Write GEORGE,
Superintendent. 523 Norwood av.. East Or
ange. N. J.
TF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL YOUR
BUSINESS CONSULT THE
i Union Business Exchange
58 CLINTON BLDG..
22 CLINTON BT.
We Guarantee Results
BOARDING-HOUSE. A1 location: coort chanr.u
for hustler. UNION BUSINESS EX
CHANGE. Rooms 52-53. 22 Clinton st.
OWNER must leave town this month: will
sacrifice hoarding-house, restaurant, lot and
property; present business $125 a week. Write
for information to OPPORTUNITY. Box 73
Star office.
SALOON for sale, selling thirty half barrels
a week; bargain: $500 cash. UNION BUSI
NESS EXCHANGE. Rooms 52 and 53. 22 Clin
ton st.
UNION BUSINESS EXCHANGE—We sell.
buy. exchange your business for you; entire
cost $10. Including drawing all legal papers;
no other costs attached. UNION BUSINESS
EXCHANGE. 22 Clinton st.. Rooms 52 and 53.
MORTGAGES RECORDED.
NEWARK.
Giuseppe Bagnole to Morris Diamond,
south side Eighth avenue, 600 l'eet west
from Nesbitt, street. $225.
Harry Canfield to Franklin Savings In
stitution. east side Jefferson street, 227
feet southeast from Ferry street. $2,000.
Theodore Maritz to Acorn Building and
Loan Association, south side Malvern
street, 201 feet cast from Pacific street,
$500.
Same to Catherine Jackson, same prop
erty, $500.
Domenico Messineo to Lincoln Building
and Loan Association, west side Newark
street, 56 feet south from New street,
$1,800.
Isidor Kaplan to Progress Building and
Loan Association, west side Broome street,
75 feet south from Marshal! street. $6,0<K).
I August F Link to Mercer Building and
Loan Association, east side Magnolia
street. 92 feet north from Eighteenth ave
nue. $4,000.
Nellie II. Playback and husband to
Northern Improvement Company, north
side Grant street, 206 feet east from Broad
street, $1,000.
Reliable Improvement Company to
George W Wiedemnayer. west side Ber
gen street, 25 feet north from Cabinet
street. $828.
Ida Flin and husband to Broad and
Market Building and Loan Association,
east side Badger avenue. 50 feet south
from Vanderpool street, $7,000.
Thomas Tortorlclle to J. & M. Building
and Loan Association, north side Peat
street, 50 feet from corner French street,
$300.
George Schinner to Emma Kubnle, east
; side South Ninth street. 100 feet south
I from Fifteenth avenue, $1,000.
j Joseph Di Trollo to J. Frederick PoJ
lard, west, side Ridge street. 480 feet north
from Fifth avenue. $4,300.
Vincenzo Filippone to Public Buildiin
and I/mn Association, west side North
Fifth street. 475 feet north from Second
avenue. $4,200.
Morris Greenstein to Fifteenth Ward
Building and I/mn Association, north side
Kinney street, 25 feet west from Broome
stro* t. $13,000.
William W. Searing to Mary A. Searing
west side Ora ton street. 251 feet, north
from Grafton avenue. $3,000.
Kntle Roche and husband to Reliable
Building and Loan Association, west side
Prince street, 132 feet south from Sprue*
street. $4,COO.
Joseph Bomenblet et al. to Louis Reich
east side Monmouth street, 324 feet north
easi from Waverlv place, $500.
Gaetano M Belfatto to Knights of Pyth
ias Building and I*oan Association, ensi
side Clifton avenue. 412 feet south frorr
Fifth avenue, and other tracts, $4,000.
Bernard N Kantor to Lou's Koplowiti
! et al.. west side South Twelfth street. 10;
I feet south from Fourteenth avenue, $300.
1 Charles Waaz to Hugh Kintmrd. south
least corner Sixteenth avenue and Soutl
j Nineteenth street. $18,000.
TOWNSHIPS.
i Abraham Hatiptman to Jennette Bas
• slere, West Orange, west side High street
| 250 feet northeast from Ridge avenue, $50C
j Giuseppe Petrillo to Franz Berg, .1111
burn, north side Church street, 300 fee
I east from John S. Reeve’s land, $2,000.
Paul M. Stephannls to Half Dime Sav
j ings Bank, West Orange, east side Whit
Itlesey avenue. 15.) feet northeast fron
j Chestnut street. $800.
Peter Nagel (trustee; et al. to Margarc
;G. Nagel. Orange, south corner Cnris
i topher and Valley streets, and other tract
; $1,000.
Annio Lederer and husband to Statidari
Building and Loan Association, East Or
ange. southwest corner Oak street an«
Elmwood avenue. $1,000.
Theodore A. Freeman to Montclai
i Trust Company, Mofflelair, centre Oraug
i road, northeast corner James R. Hill’
land. $5,500.
j Franklin Hill Company to Lewis K
j Dodd (executor and trustee), Bloomfield
youth side Newark avenue. 67 feet was
from land party of the first part. $3,500.
Philip Frledlander et al. to Hamilto
| Building and Loan Association. Orang*
west side Hickory street. 219 feet soul
j from Hill street, and other tracts. $7,000.
I Salvatore Stopfollo to Josephine C. .tor
ibach, Orange, cast side Lafayette street
1 1S5 feet soutl) from Cary street, $1,400.
1 Mary A. E. H. Lee ana husband t
Clarence A Coddlngton. Orange, nort
Hide South street, 550 feet west from Oak
wood avenue, WOO
CONTRACTS FILED.
These contracts were filed 111 the count;
clerk's office today:
W. Wroblenskl. owner, with B. Mille
& Son, contractors, plumbing work, $78C
423-433 Orange street.
F. Fisher, owner, with P. Otto, contrac
tor. all work, $5,600 ; 23 25 Park place, In’
lngton.
P. Wilson, owner, with T. Scott, con
tractor. plumbing work, $581; 337 Clifto:
avenue.
G. Burnell, owner, with T. Curtis, con
tractor, all work, $4,000; Montclair.
G. Neff, owner, with G. Jacobus, con
tractor, all work, no amount given; 21
North Sixth street.
Anne Bradley, owner, with Willlar
Chestnut, contractor, plumbing and heat
lug work. $1,675: North Montclair av*
mie. Montclair.
! Same owner, with W. Wickstrom. cor
' tractor, carpenter work. $6,400. same pren
! ises.
G. Carlson, owner, with J. Amarost
contractor, plumbing and healing worl
$865; 68 Riggs place. West Ornngc.
Same owner, with William Trewaskir
contractor, mason work. $650; same pren
ises.
Standard Plate Ice Company, owneri
with M. Blessington, contractor, J0.15J
West Orange,
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J LOCAL SECURITIES {
The bid aa<t a«k*t1 pplw* app#o*led
I mwm fnralshctf tbrovfh Ela«lt A IOM‘
ELECTRIC. OA8. ETC.
Bid. A*K«d
Celluloid Co. 188 141
Con Trac of N J. 75 76
Essex & Hudson Gas. 137 140
i Hudson Co Gas. 130 133
Newark Con Gas. 1*6 88
New Jersey Zinc Co. 395 ...
Public Service ctfs. 105 106
Public Service stock. 109 111
Rapid Transit St Rv Co... 237
Ringer Mfg Co . 295
South Jersev Gas. 128 ...
BANK STOCKS.
CJty Trust Co... 160
Essex Co. Nat Bank.. 300
Federal Trust Co. 230
Fidelity Trust Co. 800 ...
Ironbound Trust Co... .i.. 205 210
Mamiracturerfi Nat Bank 250 265
Merchants’ Nat Bank. 255 26F.
Mutual Trust Co of Orange 15". 165
Newark Trust Co. 160 166
Nat Newark Banking Co... 385 395
National State Bank. 220 230
North Ward Nat Bank- 390 400
Union National Bank .. 390 400
West Side Trust Co. 260 265
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
American Fire. 480 ...
Colonial Life . 350
Firemen’s Insurance . 480 ...
Newark Fire . 330
Prudential . 450 ...
BONDS. •
Con Tract 1st 5b, 1933. 104 Vi
Hud Co Gas 1st 5s, 1949... 104'
J C. Hob & Pat 4s, 1949..
Nwk Con Gas con us, 194S
Nwk Gas Co 1st <js. 1944...
N J St Ry 1st 4s, 1948.
O & Pas Val 1st 5s, 1938..
Pub Serv gen mrt 5s, 1959.
S Jer Gas 1st 5?. 1953.
United Elec Co 1st 4s. 1949
PRICES OF BONDS.
The following quotations, were fur
1 nished by Post & Flagg:
Open. High. Low.Close.
Am T Ac T cvt 4s. 10911, 109'. 109 109
Am Tobacco 4s... 91*2 91% 91% 91%
Am Tobacco 6s... 117% 117% 117% 117%
A, T & S F 4s. 99% 99% 99% 99%
Atlanti • C L 4s.. 95% 95% 95% 95%
Balt At Ohio 4s.... 98 .
Brooklyn R T 4s. S3% .
Brooklyn R T 5s.. 103% 103% 103 103
dies & Ohio 4%s. 101% .
Ches & Ohio 5s.. 111% .... ..
dies & O convt. 93% .
Chic. B & Q 4s.. 96% 96% 96% 96%
I C, R I & P old 4s 95% .
i C. Tt I "& P coll 4s 72% .
! Erie cvt, ser B... 76% .
Erie G Mt L 4s.. 78% .:.
Kan City So 5s.. 100 .
Lake Shore 4s.... 93% 93% 93% 93%
Louis & Nash 4s 99% .
Mo Pac eonvt .... 88 .
N Y Central 3%s 87% .
X Y Central 4s .. 93% .. ....
N Y, Ch & St L 4s 997* .
Nor Pacific 3s ... *9% 69% 69% 694*
N & West conv 4s 108 .
Ore> S Line new 4s 9414 .
Fenna 1915s . 96% .
Reading Gen 4s .. 98% . ;...
Southern Pac 4s.. 91% 91% 91% 917*
South Pac conv 4s 97% 97% 97% 97%
Southern Ry 4s... 79% .
Union Pac 1st 4s.. 101% .;.
Union Pac conv 4s 103 103% 103 103%
U 8 Steel S F 5s.. 101% 101% 101% 101%
West Maryland 4s 87% .
Wisconsin 4s . 93 .
Westlnghouse cv.. 92% .
PHILADELPHIA STOCK MARKET.
The following quotations were fur
nished hy Elsele & King: Bid.Asked.
American Railway. 45% 46%
Cambria Iron . 44 44%
Cambria Steel. 44% 44%
Storage . 54% 55%
Electric Co of America. 12% 12%
E & P 4s. 87% 88
Lehigh Valley. 89% 89%
X T Con Traction. 75% 76
Philadelphia com . 52% 53
Philadelphia Electric . 1574 16
Pennsylvania . 61% 61%
Philadelphia Traction . 84% 85
Reading . 76% 76%
Reading 4s . 98% 98%
United X J R R & Canal. .. 237 240
U G I .. 86 86%
Union Traction . 51% 52
U S Steel . 66% 67
Warwick . 10 10%
KINO LAYS FIRST STONE
AT INDIA’S NEW CAPITAL.
,
DELHI, Dec. 15.—The king-emperor
! «nd queen-empress laid the first stone
| of the new capital of India here today,
i There was a brilliant assemblage of
i ruling princes, governors and state offl
j eials. The foundation stone simply
j liore the date 15-12-11.
SHIP WITH CREW OF 30
IS REPORTED FOUNDERED.
NEW YORK. Dee. 10.—The New
York Maritime Exchange is investi
gating a rumor today that the British
steamship East Point, which sailed
from London on December 2 with a
cargo of freight *or Philadelphia, has
foundered at sea.
The East Point is a freight-carrie*’,
and has a crew of thirty men.
HELEN DWELLE JENKINS
SUED BY CARRIE. M’BRIDE.
NEW YORK, Dec. 15.—The summons
i | in a suit brought by Carrie McBride
against Helen Dwelle, Jenkins, who
; sued Nathan Allen, founder of the
Leather Trust, for $200,000, after they
1 had toured Europe In 1909, was filed in
the county clerk’s office yesterday.
I | The complaint, was not placed on file
; and the woman’s lawyer refused to dls
, j close (he nature of the action.
TITULAR CHURCH UNSAFE.
• ROME, Dee. 15.—Cardinal O’Connell
Archbishop of Boston, presided over a
l meeting in his titular church. Sar
■ Clemente, yesterday, at which tin
1 question was considered of how besl
- to preserve the church from damag:
■ by the waters which flow un ler Its
, foundations. The sum of $12,000 Is stll
i lacking to complete the work of cliang
' ing the stream’s course, which will o;
necessity be extensive, and Cardlna
O'Connell today expressed the hopi
, that this amount would be forthcoming
through American generosity,
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KENNEY ASSOCIATION TO DANCE.
The annual reception and dance oi
the Thomas II. Kenney Association wil
j be held in Krueger’s Auditorium e
week from tomorrow night.
John Cannon is chairman of the ar
. rangement committee, assisted by
1 Frank Amend, John Kenedy, Leo Ken
ney, Charles Kane and Edward Me
. Keon.
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ULTIMATUM TO MOROS.
MANILA, Dec. 15.—An ultimatun
has been issued in the Island of Jolc
by Brigadier-General John J. Pershin,
ordering the Morns who have beer
creating so much disorder recently. anc
who suffered a severe defeat yesterday
to deliver up all their arms by Satur
day.
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STEEL GAINS IS
MARKET CLOSES
Prices Firm Although Trading
Is Intensely Dull in Clos
ing Hour.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 16.—A firm tone
; prevailed at the opening of the market
i today. There was a fairly good de
| mand for the leading issues.
11 a. m.—Advantage was taken of the
j higher prices to market stocks and the
i bears, perceiving the source of the sup
! ply. attacked v riou: Issues vigorously.
Noon—By midday the market mant
j fested a somewhat better tone under
i leadership of Leligh Valley and Read
[ ing. Bonds were Irregular,
j 1 p. m.—Business dwindled away dur
i ing the noon .hour, with little more
than slight fractional changes In the
active issues.
2 p. m.—Predictions of a cash gain
of $11,000,000 by the banks and conse
quent easier monetary conditions gave
a decided stimulus to prices. Manipu
lation assisted the upward movement,
which made considerable headway in
the coalers and coppers.
3 p. m.—The market closed firm.
After a further exhibition of strength,
in which U. S. Steel gained a point, the
market became intensely dull and there
was moderate realizing in stocks.
NFV YORK STOCK —..>;
Following are the quotations of the
day’s prices, as furnished through
Byrne & McDonnell, members of the
New York Stock Exchange:
Open. High. Low.Clos.e.
Allis-Chalmers ... 2 2 1% 1%
Allis-Chalmers pf. 8% 8*4 63* 634
Amal Copper.-. 6574 6634 6434 6634
Am Can. 11 11 11 11
Am Can pf. 96 907* 90 90
Am Car & E’ound. 54 5474 54 5474
Am Cotton Oil.. 44% 44% 4474 447s
Am Smelting. 7334 7474 7374 7334
Am Sugar.. 11574 11574 11674 11534
Am Woolen pf.. 80 8976 89 8974
Anaconda . 39 3934 39 3974
At, T & S Fe_ 106*6 106 76 1 0674 1 06%
At, T & S Fe pf.. 10374 10374 1037* 103%
Balt & Ohio. 102% 102% 1023. 10234
Brooklyn R T_ 7774 7 774 76% <77*
Canadian Pacific. 2407* 2403* 240 240*4
Central Leather.. 2034 2034 2034 2034
Ches & Ohio. 74*4 7434 7376 7374
Chic Gt Western.. 1934 19*4 1934 1934
Chic, Mil & St P.. ill 11134 11034 111%
Chic & N W. 1437* 14374 1 4374 14374
Con Gas . 138% 139 13876 139
Erie . 32% 3276 31% 32%
Erie 1st pf . 5374 5334 62 % 5374
Erie 2d pf . 1276 42% 42% 42%
Gt Northern pf .. 12834 128% 12834 12874
Gen Electric .... 154% 15434 153% 154%
Illinois Central .. 142 142 141% 141%
Interborough Met 15 157* 15 15
M, St P & S S M 13476 136 134% J36
Missouri Pacific. 3934 3934 39*4 393*
Mo. Kan & Tex.. 2934 2934 2934 -934
National Lead .. 5134 5374 5134 63
X Y Central. 107 107 106*4 107
X Y. Out & West 39 39% 39 39V*
North Pacific .... 118% 118*4 11874 11876
Pennsylvania .... 1223* 122% 122% 12234
People's Gas . 1023* 103% 10234 103 *
Reading . 152% 154 152 163-%
Rook Island . 25 36*4 243* 2574
Rock Island pf .. 463* 4634 46% 46%
So Pacific . 112% 11274.11274 112%
Southern Ry . 293* 2934 -9*4 29 *
Third Avenue .... 6% 6*6 6*6 634
Union Pacific 174*4 174% 1723* 174%
U S Rubber . 47% 47 74 4 7 76 4774
U S Steel . 6774 6774 66 6776
U S Steel pf. 110% 1U 11034 11074
Western Union .. 797* 80% 79% 8074
Westlnghouse El.. 66% 67% 66% 6734
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 Gas .44 .50
•Beaver .37 .39
Braden . 5.50 5.62
Brit Col Cop . 4.50 4.75
Butte Coalition . 19.55 20.12
Curlsa .15 .20
•Colorado .25 .26
Comb Free .14 ,16
COD Con .. .14 .15
•Crown Reserve . 2.62 2.87
Daisy .18 .14
Davis-D Cop.75 1.00
Ely Cons.31 .37
! First National. 1.87 2.12
Florence Goldfield.68 .70
Giroux Min. 4.37 4.50
Greene-Can . 8.25 8.37
Insplra Cop. 10.37 10.50
•Iron Blossom.?6 .98
Jumbo Ex. 22 .23
•Kerr Lake . 2.62 2.87
•La Rose Con. 4.00 4.12
McKinley Darragh .... 1.62 1,69
Mason Valley . 11.50 11.87
May Day .....11 -12
Mines Co of Am . 3.94 4.00
Montana Tonopah — .73 .78
N-Utah Mtn & Smelting .06 .18
Nip Mines Co . 7.12 7.37
Ohio Copper . 1.00 1.06
Ray Central .2.00 2.06
•Sioux Cons...11 13
j South Utah.62 .75
'•Temiskamlng .27 29
•Tonopah Belmont.. 7.87 8.12
Ton Exten . 1.12 1.26
•Tonopah Min. 6.87 7.12
Tri-Bullion .44 .56
i Trinity . 4.75 5.25
| Tuolumne . 3.25 3.50
] “Uncle Sam .22 .2215
•Yukon Gold.’... 3.37 3.44
! •Dividend-payers.
I ARMOUR BEEF GOES UP
IN SMOKE IN JERSEY CITY.
[Special to the Newark Star.]
JERSEY CITY, Dec. 15.—The upper
floor of the two-story Armour Pack
ing Company's distributing plant on
Henderson street was damaged by fire
of an undiscovered origin at an earls
hour today. The place was filled with
beef ready for distribution, and the
destruction of part of this constituted
the principal damage, the total being
between $5,000 and $6,000.
LOSS OF HAND FATAL.
1 BELVIDERE. Dec. 15.—The funera
of Joseph Slney, a Warren counts
farmer, will be held Saturday. Blood
poisoning, followed by an attack ol
pneumonia, caused Mr. Slnesr's death
! Several weeks ago he lost iis right
! hand, which was caught in some farrr
| machinery, the wound becoming in
] fected
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BILL PASSES
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Dec. 15—A bll
for la presidential preference primary
but! providing for the election of 2<
I presidential electors at large by a
j Stage wide -vote, passed the Asembls
I today by a vote of 73 to 0.
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REAL ESTATE
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TRANSFERS.
/ NEWARK.
William Jackson to Theodore Maritz,
s 8 Malvern st, 201 ft e fr Pacific
St, 25x104 ... $1
Louis Haschert to Philip J. .Bowers,
w b N. 4th st, 201 'ft fr Central
av, 75x90 ... 1
George W. Wiedenmayer, Inc., to
Reliable Improvement Co., w s
Bergen st. 25 ft n fr Cabinet st,
25x100 . 1
Nathan SteinTeld to M. Florence
Wortman, n e cor Spruce and
Brown «ts. 44x100. 1
M. Florence Wortman to Rosie
Steinfehl. same property. 1
Martin Dennis Co. to Anthony S.
Szymanski, w s Sylvan av, 770 ft
w fr Washington av. 50x169. 1
Frederick O. A gens, jr., to Sylvester
H. M. Agens. e s Broad st, n w
cor lot No. 2. map Ellas Tomp
kins, 43x145 . • 1
Harry C. Baxter to Breakenridge «*.
& Tlchenor, Inc., w s Chelsea av,
148 ft fr S. Orange av, 37x100. 1
Joseph Etteriberger, Jr., to Katie
Roche, w s Prince st, 132 ft fr
Spruce ist, 25x100 . 1
Jacob Risen berg to Joseph BQnsen
blet et al, e s Monmouth st. 324
ft fr Waverly pi. 25x100. 1
Louis Koplowltz et al to Bernard
N. Kan tor. w s S. 12th st, 105 ft s
fr 14th av, 25x100. 1
Frank Grad to Sam Fink, w s S.
6th st. 200 ft fr Court st. 25x100_ 1
Francis Sebold to Catharine Lord,
w s Schley st, 541 ft fr one Nye.
26*100 . 1
John IT. Dunn & Sous to William
Maekernan, s s 16th av, 25 ft e fr
S.'17th st. 25x68 . 1
Robert Blacklock to Giovanno Solo
piito, n sTSlm st. e fr Congress st.
35x48 ...•.. 1
TOWNSHIPS.
I Theodore R. Brennan to Emily L.
Waite. Bloomfield, e s Broad st,
57 ft fr Almira st, 95x215. 1
I William B. ' McLain Realty Co. to
william E. McMullen, Bloomfield,
lot 56 and- one-half of 57, map Me
j Lain Tract .„. 1
I Same to John McShnne, Bloomfield,
j lot 58 and one-half of lot «57, map
! McLain Tract . 1
(Jeannette Baasiere to Abraham
ITauptman, W. Orange, w s High
, st, 250 ft n e fr Ridge av. 50x100... 1
Newark and Bloomfield Railroad Co.
j to William L. Lewis, Bloomfield,
i beginning at point In dlvldiner line
Ids 1st and 2d party, 13 ft fr Wash
| ington st, 3-100 acre. 3
I William L Lewis lo Harry W.
j Brons, Bloomfield, div Ids William
L. Lewis and Newark and Ploom
field Raifroad Co., e fr Lacka
j wanna pi. 20 sq ft . 3
I Harry W. Brons to Fannie F. Lewis,
I Bloomfield, same property. 1
E. E. Meachajn & Son to John and
Dora Brown, Nutlet, lots 68 69. 70,
71. 72. 73. blk B. map New Nutley.. 330
Davis Construction Co. to Wllhel
mina M. A. Davis. E. Orange, e s
i N. Maple av, 499 ft fr Rutredge av,
♦1x151 1
Greyloek Land Co. to Catherine M.
Pitney, Belleville, e s Washington
av, 132 ft fr Greyloek av. 25x 200 . 3
Philip .T. Bowers to Louis Haschert.
W. Orange, n w b Valley st, 476 ft
fr hi Trustees Llewellyn Park,
29x151 .. 1
Janies W. Baldwin et nl to Town of
Bloomfield. Bloomfield, e s Spring
st. 310 ft fr James st* 50x326. 1
William Kelley to Joseph Smith.
Bloomfield, s s Almira st, n w cor
lot 16. 50x150 . 4,500
Lewis P. Taylor et al (exrs) to
Frederick Nagel et al. Orange, s
cor Christopher and Valley sts.
39x100. and other tract. 10,000
Mary Liehstein and bus to Annie
Lederer. E. Orange, s w cor Oak
st and Elmwood av. 50x100. 1 |
Charles Vogtli to Harry Shumnker,
Irvington, u w s Brookside av, 125
ft fr Avon av. 25x100. 1 j
Charles J. Kiernan to Reginald T.
Bennett, Nutley, s s Melrose st, 200
ft e fr Myrtle av. 50x129. 1
Same to same, Nutley. w s Lafay
ette pi, 225 ft n fr Melrose st, 25x125 1
RETURNS IN FROM BUT 5
OF 14 ARIZONA COUNTIES.
PHOENIX, Ariz., Dec. 15.—Though
the election for Arizona’s first set of
State officials, two United States Sena
tors and one representative in the ;
lower House of Congress, was held last i
Tuesday, from only five of the fourteen!
counties had complete returns been re- \
eeived at Democratic and Republican
State headquarters early today.
Democratic State Chairman Blrdno, J
on the basis of partial returns, claims
that the two Democratic United States
senator^ candidates, Harry S. As
I hurst and Mark A. Smith, and Guber
! natorlal Candidate G. W. L. Hunt
! have been elected by a majority of
I from 1,500 to '2,000.
The Republican campaign managers
| concede the election of the Democratic
| ticket, but dispute the size of the ma
I jorlties.
1TURKISH-ARAB FORCES
ARE FACING STARVATION.
MALTA, Dec. 15.—The Turkish and
Arab forces In the oasis, some dis
tance from the coast of Tripoli,
are tn a sorry plight, accord
ing to a Maltese named Tomua, who
succeeded In escaping from the Turk
[ ish camp. He says that It will be Im
possible for the Mohammedan forces to
hold out, owing to lack of provisions.
He says also that the dissensions
among the Arab Irregulars and the
Turkish troops have become so acute
that desertions among tjie former are
extremely numerous.
SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION
WILL GIVE LUNCHEON.
The New Jersey Woman’s Suffrage
Association will give a luncheon on
January 20 at . the Woman’s Club
house, East Grange. It Is expected
that large delegations will be present
from the various suffrage organizations
of the State. , Mrs- Laura Donnell is
chairman of the committee In charge.
Tickets will he on sale next week at
the suffrage headquarters In the Sym
phony. Auditorium, this city.
DINNER INVITATION IS
SENT BY PIGEON POST.
NEW ROCHELLE, Dec. 15.—Edward
Carson looked out of the wtndow of his
jewelry store yesterday and saw one
of his carrier pigeons hopping about
the yard. He caught the bird, Intend
ing to take It home, but noticed a piece
of paper fastened to his leg. On the
paper was written:
’’Telephone not working. Come to
dinner ^rly Company.”
"Count me in,” he wrote, fastened the
message to the pigeon's leg and re
leased It.
Dinner was ready when he returned
home.
DELAY POWDER TRUST HEARING.
WILMINGTON. Del.. Dec. 15.—Today
was the time set for a final hearing
tn the United States Circuit Court on
I the form of decree for dissolution of the
1 so-called powder trust, but by mutual
consent it was continued until January
16, when the hearing will take place tn
Philadelphia. The continuance was
asked for by the government.
A‘deieyed advertisement brings only the after
math of trade. It la the flrat coll that capture*
the procewlon of cu(tomer«
|“WISCONSIN”
vs.
HITTER TRUST
Learn the Facts and Judge for Yourself
Three weeks ago we opened two stores in Newark for the
sale of our famous “Wisconsin” Creamery Butterine at 28c per
pound (selling to the consumer direct) in competition with
Butter Trust prices of 40c to 45c. The business was an immediate
success. It was just what the people were looking for and
caused a stir such as Newark had never experienced before.'
Thousands have called for the purpose of trying a sampld
pound, hardly believing we were able to offer the exceptional
quality claimed at the low price named, but all were agreeably
surprised and delighted, and hastened to tell their neighbors of
their great find.
We came to Newark to continue our policy of dealing di
rect with the public, thereby giving the people the benefit of the
jobber’s and middleman’s profits. This did not suit the Butter
Trust and dealers not in sympathy with our idea of dealing direct
with the consumer. (“There is a reason.”) They got busy at
once and used every means to drive us out of Newark, as they
had tried to do in other cities, but with all their wealth and power
they failed to do so and we have transacted business every busi
ness hour since we opened.
The butter magnates instructed the dealers to “knock" us to
their customers, and some good fellows innocently fell into their
trap. But thanks to a fair-minded people, they soon realized
what was up and came to us all the stronger.
Our goods were sent by “doubting Thomases” to all the city
and State food departments to be tested for purity—and one of
the large butter dealers even went so far as to send a sample to the
food department at Washington, with the result that every de
partment returned a favorable report, pronouncing our goods ab
solutely pure and wholesome, and all had to admit their surprise
at finding such exceptional quality and flavor.
If our goods were not the finest in the land would Dr. Wiley,
head of the government pure food department, and a score of
Newark’s most prominent physicians indorse them so highly?
We challenge anyone anywhere to produce a butter selling
at 45c a pound that is sweetet*, purer and more appetizing than
“Wisconsin” selling at 28c.
Yes, we have hurt the trust all over. Haven’t they tried their
best to get control of our business, but we are independent of
them still and will remain so so long as the public see the wisdom
of paying our price of 28c instead of their price of 40c to 45c—
maybe 50c before Christmas.
We are here to benefit the people and not to please the
dealers.
All who have had “Wisconsin” come back for more. This is
the best proof in the world of its merits.
Who would not buy a delicious combination of rich cream,
sweet milk, beef suet and June butter?
“Wisconsin” can only be bought at “Wisconsin” stores. We
have no agents or canvassers. We make no deliveries. Anyone
offering to sell and deliver “Wisconsin” is an impostor and should
be dealt with accordingly.
Stores are located at , . — •
62=64 Bank St„ A.KlSm
83 Belleville Ave., BioomfSd Ave. |
CITV ADVKRTISBMBNTS.
notice.
Notice le hereby given to, all parties inter
ested that the cerulicates of assessment ol
the whole amount af the costs and expenses ot
opening GRAND AVENUE.
Constructing sewer In
WHEELER POINT ROAD
and
MALVERN STREET,
paving CORTLAND 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
GRAND AVENUE,
from a point about 100 feet south of Arsdalo
place to Tremont avenue: on the south side
of Tremont avenue from a point about 100
feet east of the easterly line of Grand ave
nue to a point about 100 feet west of the
westerly line of Grand avenue: on both sides
of Arsdnle place from a point about 120 feet
east of the easterly line of Grand avenue to
a point about 100 feet west of the westerly
line of Grand avenue; on both sides of
MALVERN STREET.
from Wheeler Point road for a distance of
about 650 feet westerly; on both sides of
WHEELER POINT ROAD,
from Backus street to Malvern street; on both
Bides of
CORTLAND STREET,
from Ferry street to Horatio street.
The Owners of land and real estate as
sessed in said certificates of assessment are
hereby requirtd to pay the amount so assessed
upon them, and each of them respectively, to
me at my ofilce. City Hall, on or before Jan
uary 22, 1912.
Newark, N. J.. November 12 1911.
TYLER PARMLY.
Comptroller.
ABINGER PLACE OPENING, BOYLAN
STREET OPENING.
Ndtlce Is hereby given that the undersigned
commissioners, duly appointed to compute, es
timate, fix. detgrmlne and make all the as
sessments of damages and benefits for local
improvements In the city of Newark, will, on
Thursday, the twenty-first day of December.
1 1911. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of that day.
at their oilire. Room No. 4. third flbor, Ltty
Hall. In the city of Newark, hold their first
meeting, to estimate, assess and award the
damages that any owner or owners of lands
j and real estate may sustain by taking and
, appropriating of the lands and real estate
| necessary 10 be taken and appropriated by the
j following local improvements:
! The opening of
ABINGER PLACE,
from Brookdale avenue to Sunset avenue, for
a width of fifty (80> feet, approved November
3. 1911.
The opening of
BOYLAN STREET
for a width of 50 feet from about 1459 feet
south of South Orange avenue, southerly about
515 feet, approved October 13, 1911.
Dated December IB, 1911.
WILLIAM DIMOND.
ADOLPH FIBCH.
JOSEPH HEISLER.
j decl5-5t Commissioners. .
i SCOUT CRUISER CHESTER HOME.
! BOSTON, Dec. 15.—Delayed by heavy
: weather on the trip across the At
j lantic, the United States scout truism
Chester, which was rushed from tht
Charlestown navy yard to Trlpollar
waters after the outbreak of th<
Itnlinn-Turkish war. reached the lowai
harbor late last night and came up tc
the navy yard today. All on boari
were reported well. It was arranged tc
put the scout cruiser Birmingham‘ink
full service commission today.
R. R. SUPERINTENDENT DEAD.
HARTFORD, Conn.. Doc. 15.—C. M
Laing, general superintendsnt of the
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Byrne & McDonnell
Members of N. Y. Stock Exchange
776 Broad St., Newark, N.J.
WILLIAM F. KING
MANAGER
TELEPHONE 1800 MARKET
OFFICE
60 Broadway, New York
ESTABLISHED 1861
WARRE& n. TRUSDELL & GO.
Dealers in Stocks and Bonds
i Gas and Insurance Stocks s Specialty
H!*h-prra*la Investment Securltiea
780 BROAD STREET
_ ANNUAL MEETINGS.
' UNION NATIONAL BANK.
ELECTION.
—. Newark, n. j., December 0, lf|l.
«bi. h»tS.n*£! ,th8et "S of the stockholders of
this bonk for the election of directors and for
! the transaction of any business that may coma
I before the meeting will be held at the bank
ing-house on Tuesday. January 9. 1912 be
tween the hours of 11 o’clock a m and 12
a. m.
A. W. CONKLIN,
Caahiar.
__ANNUAL MEETING—ELECTION
THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Newark. N. J.. December 1. 1911.
/fhe annual meeting of the stockholders of
thia company will be held at the office of th#
company. Prudential Building. Newark N J
on Monday, Jnnuary N. 1012, for the DUr'noso
year eCt "* l,,recto' to s8rV8 for the ensuing
Polls open 11 a. m. Closa 12 m
■_ EDWARD PRAY. Secretary.
ELECTION NOTICE— “
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Newark New Jersey. December 8 'ion
,J.h« *"nu*i ™88,1"*,0f <he stockholders of
this hank, fur the election of directors to serve
for the ensuing year, and .ur.h ot..e. business
as may be presented, will betield at the bank
lng house on- Tuesday. January 9. 1912 be
p tween the hours of 10 and 11 a.' m. ’ *
JAY S. TREAT.
J _ Cashier.
| Central New England Railroad, d ed
here today of typhoid fovor.

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