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NEWS AND NOTES OF NEWARK CHURCHES
PUN REVISION OF
This Is Principal Work of Gen
eral Reformed Churoh
Synod Next Month.
Among the important and vita! de
nominational problem* to be dis
cussed at the one hundred and sev -
enth annual session of the General
Synod of the Reformed Church in
Aroerioa, which will open at Aabury
T’ark Thursday. June 6, will he the
question of revising the constitution.
There will be no rehaahlng of old
amendments, hut the committee,
which has been In charge of thle
work since 1910, will, It Is declared,
offer a possible solution to the vari
ous problems, beginning with the
early history of the denomination
and Its constitution. During the
past few years several preliminary
changes were ratified h.v a vote of
the majority of the classes.
M this conclave, which will con
Rm. Lucan Bofif.
tlnue dally until Wednesday, nearly
fltO delegates, who will gather from
all sections of the country, hope to
end their deliberations with a com
plete adjustment of the constitution,
to meet the progressive demands of
the Reformed constituency as a body,
last year the synod problem con
sisted of the question covering the
centralisation of churches, thus
hoping to eliminate the growing evil
of planting new congregations in a
held already amply "churched" by
the denomination.
Local Delegates.
The delegates from this vicinity
will be the Rev. Lucas Boeve, of the
North Reformed, and the Rev.
diaries Beach Condit, of the Trinity
Reformed Churches, this city; the
Rev. Uriah McClftuihie, of Irvington:
the Rev. William Warren Giles, of
Bast. Orange, and Elders Robert
Clark, jr., and Philip Giese. of Plain
field, and C. H. Nevins, of East Or
t. age. ,
The opening session will be held in
the Reformed Church, Asbury Park,
on Thursday afternoon. June 5, at j
I o'clock, with the retiring president, j
the Rev. W. P. Bruce, of Yonkers, I
presiding There will be a roll-call
and election of otficers, to be followed
by the naming of the various com
mittees. Those to conduct the official
businres of the synod will be the
Rev. W. H Be Hart, of Plainfield,
stated clerk: the Rev. Henry Lock
wood, of Bast Millstone, permanent
Cierk, and the Rev. W. E. Compton,
of Mariner’s Harbor, Staten Island,
X Y., press clerk.
The chairman of the general com
mittee is Professor F. R. Hutton, of
New York city. On Thursday eve
ning the Rev. Br. Bruce will preach
the annua] sermon in the church.
The successive day sessions will be
conducted in Library Hall and the I
headquarters of the synod delegates I
will be at. the Hotel Bristol.
There will be addresses by the rep
resentatives of the general societies !
Friday. June 6. and the fraternal ;
delegates, to be followed by a public
meeting for the discussion of young
people's work, in the evening. Sat
urday the new business for the synod
will be considered and on Sunday
morning. June S. the sacrament of
the Lord's supper will be solemnized
in the Reformed Church Several i
clerical delegates will also occupy ,
the pulpits of nearby churches. The
closing days, Monday and Tuesday,
Will be devoted to the discussion of
the work of foreign and domestic
mission*.
The local pastors Interested in the
deliberations of the coming synod
ical convention are the Rev. Albertus
T. Broek. of the Clinton Avenue
Chtlrch the Rev. Dr. Charles H.
Stewart, of the North Church; the
Rev. O. M Trousdale, of the First
Church, the Rev. Edwin Emerson
Davis, of the New York Avenue
Church: the Rev. C B. Condit, of
Trinity Church, and the Rev. P H.
Rarker. of Christ Reformed Church.
AJI the local parishes of the de
nomination have closed a most pros
perous year and the reporls to be
read will show that the classes
throughout the country have made
enoouraging gains in membership
and finances.
BISHOP O’CONNOR WILL
CONFIRM 100 CHILDREN
The Right Rev. Bishop John 3.
O'Connor, of the Newark diocese, will
strthlnister the sacrament of confir
mation to a class o' 100 children at
the Church of the Sacred Heart,
Yallsburgh section, tomorrow after
noon. The bishop will be accompanied
by the Rev. Charles Smith, chancel
lor of the diocese. A class of 125
children will also receive their first
communion. The rector, the Rev.
Henry G. Coyne, wllf be celebrant of
tfae mass
•AI.VATION ARMY SERVICES
A special week-end campaign of
services will be bold at the Newark
Corps No. 2 of the Salvation Army,
*0 Belleville avenue. The morning
service tomorrow will be held at 11
o'clock and will be in charge of
Brigadier George F. Casler. the
army's divisional officer.
For the evening service Colonel
Gustave Rhelnhardsen, the army's
financial secretary from ihe national
headquarters, will be present and
will conduct ihe service and dedicate
the baby of Major and Mrs. Albert
Norris, of Arlington The Holiday
school anti Bible classes will be held
At 2.45 o'clock.
Who's Who in Charchdom
Sketches of the Newark Clergymen Whose
Work Has Made Them Notable.
To look through the handsome,
modernly equipped and spacious pa
rochial school of St. Rose of Lima's
Catholic Church, and to scan the
remodeled sisters' home and rectory
at Orange and Gray streets, in the
Roseville section, one must marvel at
the remarkable growth of the con
gregation and its holdings, when It
is remembered that the parish was
founded by the present rector, the
Rev. James J. MeKeever, less than
twenty-five years ago, and had its
inception from a Catholic constitu
ency of but twenty-six families that
in 1888 lived within the new parish
lines.
As Father MeKeever is a native of
this city and will observe the thirty
second anniversary of his ordination
to the priesthood Saturday, June 7,
It is fitting to touch upon his suc
cessful clerical accomplishments at
this time, which entitle him to special
mention under the captton of "Who's
Who in Churchdom.''
Unlike the average priest or pas
tor, who Is usually appointed to an
established charge. Father MeKeever
was assigned to a new field, where
there was no church, and celebrated
his first mass In a roller-skating rink
on Christmas morning In 1888 on the
present site of the Fifth precinct po
lice station, in Orange street.
While this was hie first charge as
a rector on an appointment by the
late Bishop Wigger, he had, however,
since his ordination in St. Patrick's
Cathedral, on June 7. 1881. officiated
ns curate assistant to the Rev. Father
Cody, at St. James's Church, in La
fayette street, or until his assignment
In 1888 to his present field. At that
time Bishop Wigger established three
new parishes, one each at Kearny,
Woodslde and Roseville, and Father
MeKeever chose the latter.
He began at once to "do things"
along religious lines that soon
brought the new parish into the lime
light as a growing Catholic institu
tion. In 1889 a house was purchased
at Orange and Gray streets, and after
extensive improvements was convert
ed into a church, succeeding the skat
ing rink as a more suitable house of
worship. Still as the congregation
continued to grow, in keeping with the
Hev. James J. JIcKeever.
expansion of the "Roseville section.
Father McKeever and his flock decid
ed in 1892 to purchase the property of
the Methodist Episcopal Church, in
Warren street. w;hich was remodeled
to meet the needs of the Catholic de
nomination.
Then followed in turn the purchase
or the valuable plot at Orange street
and Bathgate place; the erection of
the $75,000 brick and stone parochial
school and auditorium on the Gray
street side of the site, the extensive
remodeling of the sisters' home and
rectory, which in a few years will be
supplemented by the erection of a
handsome new church on Orang
street to succeed the present sanc
tuary, which is becoming too small
to accommodate the Catholic con
stituency within the parish lines,
which has grown in a quarter of a
century from twenty-six families to
a population of over 6,000 souls.
Among the1 earnest supporters of
Father McKeever have been James
TaafTe, John F. Conroy, Frederick
Amend, Patrick J. Ryan, John J.
Ga.vnor. Michael J. Higgins, William
C. Kenneth, Peter A. Corbally. Ed
ward C. Burke and scores of others.
UNDER THE STEEPLE
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“Women in Society" will be the ser
mon subject of the Rev. James A.
Sclandt tomorrow evening at the
Belleville Avenue Congregational
Church.
“Mission Work at Horne and Abroad
—Industrial Missions. will be dis
cussed at the Bible reading sessions
of the Christian Endeavor societies to
morrow*.
The members of Wayne Council. Jr.
O. L\ A. M.t will attend a special serv
ice to be held in the First Methodist
Protestant Church. Clinton avenue, to
morrow night The pastor, the Rev.
Eugene C. Makowsky, will preach llie
sermon
Two banners will be awarded at the
annual Junior Christian Endeavor ral
ly. to be held in the Calvary Presby
terian Church this evening. The ad
dress will bo made by the Rev. Walter
b. Green way. of Philadelphia.
Ivan P. Flood, boys' secretary ai
the local Y. M. C. A., will direct the
work at Camp Kiamesha. in Sussex
county, during the summer. The New
ark boys connected with the associa
tion are now planning for the usual
outing.
The services at the House of Prayer.
Episcopal. Broad and State streets,
will be as follows tomorrow: Holy
communion at 7:30 a. m., morning
prayer at 10 o'clock, choral cucharist
ai 10;3u. children’s vespers at 3:30 p.
in. and c horal evensong at 7:30 o'clock.
The Kev. Dr Miller, rector, will offici
ate.
The first annual convention of the
Christian Endeavor societies of the
Methodist Protestant churches of the .
Eastern Conference. embracing Netv
York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey,
closed in the Beulah M. P. Church.
Kearny, last evening. The session
opened on Wednesday The program
included addresses by *prom»ncni
speakers, chorus choir and orchestral
music and selections bv the Hudson
Double Quartet.
A Sunday school chapel, to cost
000. will bo erected soon by the con
gregation of the Second St. Paul's
Evangelical Lutheran Church. at
Grafton and Lincoln avenues. Wood -
.side section The new frame struc
ture will occupy a coiner of the plot,
and when completed will be used for
regular services until the new church
proper is constructed later.
"Vocational day" will be observed
by the local Baptist churches on Sun
da v, June 15. The pastors will preach
special sermons on the need of young
n.en entering the Christian ministry
as a vocation. The call for the ob
servance in this State has been sent
out. by the New Jersey Baptist As
sociation.
This city will be represented al the
conference of the World Student
Christian Federation, to open at Lake
Mohonk. N. Y.. the first week in June.
Th* general conference sessions will
be rondurted by Dr. John JR. Mott, of
Montclair, the general secretary of
the federation. Forty countries will
be represented at the' meet.
The Rev. A. H. Tuttle, an aged
member of the Newark Methodist
Conference, well-known to the clergy
in this city, will retire as pastor of
the First Church. Summit, on Af>ril
next. He has spent forty-five years
in thv ministry and Lae served the
present .-barge for the past twelve
years At the close of his pastoral **
he will devote his time to literary
work and will probably make liis
home with a daughter in Fast Or
ange
Thtf building committee of the local
Women's Christian Association expect
to open the new headquarters and
dormitory, being erected in Washing
ton street on or about August 1. The
members of the association are plan
ning several social farewell events to
be h-ld In the old building nt 14 East
Park street. The closing affair will
he a supper to be tendered the young
women of the Bible class In July.
Mrs. Florence Mulforrl Hunt, con
tralto soloist at St Paul's Methodist
Episcopal Church, this city, and a
member of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, Manhattan, will sing an Im
portant role in the rendition of Bach's
setting of the Passion of St. Mat
thew, to be given on Friday next,
May 30. by the Bach festival choir,
under the direction of Dr. .1. Fred
Wolle, In the Packer Memorial Church,
Dehlgh ITnlverslty. The choir ana
cbcrus will number 200 voices.
At the Memorial Day exercises to
be held In the First Presbyterian
Church on next Friday evening, the
principal address will be made by the
Rev. Robert W. Peach, rector of
the Emmanuel Reformed Episcopal
Church. The Invocation will be de
livered by the Rev. Dr. W. J. Dawson,
pastor of the First Church. There
will be an Impressive musical pro
gram. The service will be open to
the public.
Under the auspices of the Christian
.Endeavor Society of the Elisabeth
Avenue Presbyterian Church a tnree
act comedy, entitled “Oak Farm,” was
presented In the Sabbath school rooms
lam evening. Nine young neonk- were
in the cast, consisting of the Mi ages
; Ethel Burgess. Cfcrriu Srendlove,
Charlotte Hutchinson and i'aulinc
Wcstrup. Frank Leonard, Frank Hu
ber. Moses Fern ley, Stuart Looker and
George Kang. The efficient prompter
was Miss Grace Tunison, with Alfred
A Holt acting as coach.
Dr. Carl H. Wint!«\h. grand marshal
of the sixth annual parade of the Ks;
sex County Sunday School Associa
tion. to lie held on Saturday, June
has named ns deputy marshals Ed
ward W- Cooper, G. H. Neidlinger, W.
S. S. Howland. E. .S McNaab, II. T.
Dlsbrow. I cutler Ryefson. A. 10. ;
>31akeman. Waldo Genung and Jo- ]
, seph Walker. There will be thirteen i
assistant inartlials to head ns many
divisions in the parade. A new local
entry will he St. Barnabn-Ys Episcopal
| Sunday school, of Warren street and
! Sussex avenue.
The Rev. Dr. Lyman Whitney Allen
will preach in the South Park Presbyte
rian ( burch tomorrow morning on “The
Church at Worship."
In the evening the service will he hold
in South Park Memorial Chapel and the
subject will be “The Men Who Saved the
Nation." j
A: 2:30 p. m. the Chapel Sabbath school i
will celebrate Memorial Day, at which 1
lime W. H. MacDonald, one of the heroes !
of the Civil War, and chaplain of the i
Lincoln Pest, will deliver an, address, j
There will he special music, including ,
violin solos, by Carl Newc.
At St. Luke's Methodist Episcopal j
Church tomorrow the Rev. ,T. H. Mac- ,
Donald will preach in the morning a 8pe
clal sermon to men. and in the evening |
on “Spotless Town."
The Rev. Charles H. Stewart. I». !>., i
gpiistor of the North Reformed Church,
will address the Vance class tomorrow j
afternoon. The class will bold a social
ou Thursday night.
I'be Rev. Henry R. Rose will preach
in the Church of the Redeemer ai 11
o'clock on “What the American Flag j
Means." At the closing evening service j
at 7:45 o'clock, there will ho an oratorio ■
•'•oncert by the choir, with address by Mr. ;
Rose on "Discouragement In Patriotic
Endeavor.” Twenty thousand people
have attended the Sunday evening lec
tures this winter. They will be resumed
in the fall.

Tomorrow will he the last Lord's day j
of Dr. Thomas J. Villers as pastor of |
the Peddie Memorial Church. Iii the j
morning bo will sneak on 'The Heart's
Immortality.” Baptism will follow- the
sermon.
In the evening there will be a Memorial
Day service. Garfield Post. U. A. R., will
attend
Dr. Villers will speak on ‘The Finished i
Course.”
"The Staiuless Flag' will he the sub
ject of a popular patriotic sermon by the
Rev. Pereival H. Barker in Christ Re
formed Church. Washington and Delavan
avenues, tomorrow evening at 7:30 o’clock.
There will be special patriotic music by
a large chorus choir. The morning serv
ice will be at 10:30 o’clock and the sermon
subject "What Is a Church Good For!”
. Decoration Day will be appropriately
observed tomorrow in the Franklin Street
M. K. Church, opposite the City Hall a li
ne*. The Rev. C. B. Cadmus will relate
bla war-time experience In the morning.
The pastor's subject in the evening will
be "Our Own Fireside.' 'the Uniformed
Rank, Jr. O. F. A. M., will be present in
a body at. this service.
In the First Presbyterian Church to
i morrow Dr. W. J. Dawson will preach
j at both services. A special musical r>ro
j groin in commemoration of Memorial T>a.v
ha# been prepared by Alexander Russeli.
organist, and choirmaster. At this serv
ice several posts of the G. A. R will at
tend in a body, among them Phil Sheri
dan Post No. 110, Phil Kearny Post No.
1, Lincoln Post No. 11 and Marcus L.
Ward Poat No. 88. *
The preparatory service in anticipa
tion of the June communion will be held
Tuesday evening. Dr. W. J. Dawson will
deliver an address.
Company B. Boy Scouts, will leave for
a three-day camping trip in the Blue
Mountains Thursday afternoon.
“The Black Diamond,' a stereopticon
lecture by the Rev. Frank J. Milman. as
sistant pastor of the Second Presbyterian
Church, will -be given, following an organ
ifeitol by George «H. Weston, of the New
ark Typographical Union, Thursday eve
ning at. 8 o'clock. Thin lecture in the
gift, of Mr. Milman to the labor unions,
under whose auspices it is being given
The Grand Army of the Republic will
meet in the church Friday night.
The date for the First Church Sunday
school excursion to Asbury Park and
Ocean Grove has been set for Wednesday.
July 9, 1918.
At Calvary Presbyterian Church to
morrow the Kev. Dr. S. B. Reseller will
preach at both services.
Dr. Pleasant Hunter win preach in the
Second Presbyterian Church tomorrow at
the morning and evening service*.
At the South BaptlHt Church to
morrow the Rev. Clark T. Brownell,
Bastor. at 10:30 will preach on "An
npaid Debt." At the evening serv
ice the sermon will be the last In
the series on "Diving Parables;” sub
ject. "A Parable of Society."
Sunday school will he hclrt—Hl 2:30
o'clock, young people's meeting at
ti;4i. J_. ,v____.
Church Music
At the Central Metbodtat Church to
morrow the music will be as follows.
Morning—Organ prelude, Nocturne, Grieg;
antbem, Magnificat, Semper; response,
! ' Hear Us. O Lord," Sob 11 ling; offertory,
I "1 Am Alpha and Omega,” Stainer; or
( gan postlude. March, Orteg.
I Evening — Organ prelude. Russian
March. Clark: anthem. “To Thee, O
I Country." Klehberg; solo offertory, "They
! Saved the Flag. Macy; quartet,
•Rest. Soldiers Rest," C. A. White; or
gan postlude. Festival March. S^mart.
The music at the Second Presbyterian
! Church tomorrow will be; Morning—Pre
j hide. Meditation, I-efebre; anthem. 'How
i Goodly Are Thy Tents,*’ Macfarlaue; or
I pan offertory. -Mosskowski; offertory, tenor
solo, "My Hope is In the Everlasting,”
Stainer; postlude. Toccata, in G. Dubois
Evening—Prelude, Pastorale, Gullmant;
anthem. “Grieve Not the Holy Spirit,’
Stainer; organ offertory. Smart; offertdry,
"God Is a Spirit," Bennett; response, se
lected. postlude, Fautasia, Polleri.
'fihe music for the day at ibe South
Park Presbyterian Church tomorrow will
be as follows Morning—Organ prelude,
Melody. Guilraant: soprano solo, “God.
That Madeat Earth and Heaven. " John
ston: offertory, organ solo. Cansonetta.
Gade; ortran postlude. Tempo dl Marcia.
Frost.
Evening—Opening chorus. "We Art
Soldiers of the King," Meredith; soprano
solo. "O Paradise." Bullard; offertory,
soprano solo, "Song of the Flag.” Dp
Koven.
'The ornate at the Clinton Avenue Re
formed Church tomorrow is as follows:
Morning—Organ prelude. Andante con
Moto. smart; anthem. “Still, Still with
Thee." Foote: response. “Bow Down
Thine Ear” larrnnged from “Elijah”).
Mendelssohn: organ offertory, “Romance,”
Tours: contralto solo. “I'm a Filgrim."
Johnson: organ postlude. March, in K flat,
Schumann.
Evening—Organ prelude. Pastorale.
Kullak: anthem. "Love Diviue." Sell neck
er: quartet. “Come, My Soul. Thy Suit
Prepare. Hutenber: response. “Bow
Down Thine Ear" (arranged from “Eli
jah"). Mendelssohn; organ offertory.
“Berceuse.” Dunnee: tenor nolo. “Con
sider and Hear Me." Wooler; organ post
hide in G. Whiting.
The music at the evening service at
the Peddle Memorial Church tomorrow
m111 include “Give Peace In. Our Time,"
Calcott: “How Sleep the Bravo." tenor
solo, male chorus and choir, by L. A.
Rufesell: "The Soldier’s Dream,” bass
solo and chorus by P. Rodney: prayer,
response. ‘’Soldier Rest,** by Veggie, so
los by Messrs. Craig and N an Xalts.
At the morning service the music will ]
be: “Now Wc Arc Ambassadors" and j
“How Lovely Are the Messengers,” from j
Mendelssohn’s “St. Paul." Mr. Craig will
slug Gounod's “O Divine Redeemer.”
Rossini’s “Stabnt Mater” will be given
at the last one of this season's oratorio
services in the Church of the Ascension.
Fifth avenue and Tenth street. Manhat
tan. tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, with
speciifl soloists and full chorus, under the !
direction of Richard Henry Warren. The j
soloists will be: Miss olive KUne, so
prano: Mrs. John ii Flagler, contralto;
John Young, tenor, and Earle Tuckernian.
basso-cant ante.
At St. Luke's M. E. Church the music
tomorrow will he ns follows: .Morning
Organ prelude. Andante Catitabile. Wely;
anthem “God Is Our Refuge.” Case; of
fertory. Offertory. In I> tint. Bailey; duet
for alto and bass. “The Lord Is My
Light?" Ruck. Mrs. Elsa D. Zollinger and i
G. H. Downing; postlude, March. Dubois. j
Evening—Prelude, In B Out, Calkin; an <
them. “Onward Christian Xoldfers." 1
Peace; offertory. "Mediation." Fan Ikes,
quartet, “The Mellow Eve ]< Gliding." j
Holden; postlude, Postlude in A flat,
Lemmons.
The following music will be rendered i
in 1 lie Church of flic Redeemer tomor- :
row: Morning—Prelude. "Romance," I
'Vollonbaupt: processional. "Onward j
ChHstiau Soldiers." Sullivan: anthem, i
“O Saviour of the World." Goss: re- j
spouse. "The Lord's Prayer." Burdett:)
offertory. Scherzo. Beethoven: solo. "The i
Lord Ik My Shepherd." Van do Water, |
Mrs. Edna B. Smith: duet. “Guide Me Oi
Thou Great. Jehovah." Flo tow. Mr. Savitz 1
and Mr. Guiick: postludc. March. Slide.
The evening music will consist of se
lections from ibe oratorios, under tiie di
rection of Mr. Sauvage. as follows: Pro
lude, March ("Joshua"). Handel: proces
sional. "Onward Christian Soldiers." Sul
livan: anthem. "Through Peace to Light.'
Protheroe: offertory, Pastoral Syuiplumy
("Messiah"). Handel: anthem. "How
Lovely Are the Messengers" ( St. Paul”).
Mendelssohn; solo. "How Many Hired
Servants" ("Prodigal Son"). Sullivan. Ed
ward J. Boyle: quarter. "God Is » Spiri " I
(“Woman of Samaria"), Stern dale Ben !
nett: solo. "Through the Darkness" i
("Stabat Mater"). Rossini. Mr. Guiick; air. !
"Come Unto Him" ("Messiah”). Handel:!
anthem. “God So Loved the World' I
(“Crucifixion"), Stainer; recitative and |
arioso. "Man of God" (“Elijah")*. Men
delssohn. Mr. Boyle; recitative. "Though 1
Stricken” ("Elijah"): aria,“if Is Enough." )
Mendelssohn, Mr. Sauvage: recitative and |
ariose, “But the Lord Is Mindful of His1
Own" ("St. Paul"). Mendelssohn. Mrs.
George W. Haney; anthem, “Blessed Jesus.
Fount of Mercy," (“Stabat Mater"), i
Dvorak; postlude. "Cujus Ainiinam." j
Rossini.
The musical program of the First Con —
gregatloual Jube Memorial Church for to
morrow is as follows. Morning—Organ :
voluntary, Sims: anthem. ‘The Sun Shall
Be No More Thy Light." Woodward: of
fertory. Largo. Handel: sonrauo solo,
"These Are They" ("Holy City"). Gaul.
Miss Emily E. Beglin; organ postlude
Clarke.
Evening—Organ, "Trautnerei." Schu
mann, song service by the chorus choir;
duel for soprano and tenor, "In His
Hands." Mendelssohn. Miss Beglin and
Mr Auty; offertory, air. Pergolesl: tenor
solo. "How Many Hired Servants"
(“Prodigal Son"). Sullivan. Leonard E.
Auty; organ, March. Wely.
The music tomorrow at the First Pres
byterian church will be ns follows:
Morning—Organ prelude. Introduction to
Act III. ("Meisterslnger". Wagner: open
ing sentence, Sanctus ("Holy City"),
Gaul: anthem. Chorale (from "Meister
singer"), Wagner. “Awake the Dawn of
Day Is Near:" Lord'* Prayer, quartet;
offertory sentence. "All Things Come of
Thee," Russell: duet for tenor and bari
tone. "The Crucifix." Fa ure; organ post
lude. introduction to Act III. "Lohen
grin." Wagner.
Evening—Organ prelude. “Evening
Song." Shelley; opening sentence. Sane
ius ("Holy City"), Gaul; Lord's Prayer,
quartet: anthem. Hymn of Thanksgiv
ing." Kroruser; response. "To Father.
Sou and Holy Ghost," Russell: quartet.
•Soldier. Rest. Thy Warfare O'er,"
Fischer: contralto solo. "There’s a Beau
tiful Land on High: offertory sentence.
‘All Things Come of Thee, O Lord." Rus
sell: quartet. "The Homeland." Bulb van;
anthem. Recessional. Pc Koven; organ
IKtstludc. Largo. Handel.
The music at the Third Presbyterian
Church tomorrow will be as follows:
Morning—Prelude. “Prelude in C Flat.”
Merchant; anthem. “Deun Mlsereatur,”
XV. »\ Williams; offertory nntbem.
■'Savioun. Source of Every Blessing.”
Hcbnecker; postlude, "Postlude In B
Flat.” \V. Voleltmar
Evening—Prelude, ‘‘Romance,” H. Vieux
temps; anthem. “Tarry with Me. O My
“Saviour. Source of Every Blessing.”
anthem. "Jean, Word of God Incarnate.”
Walter N. Waters: postlude, “Fugue in
D Minor,” Bach.
The following music will be rendered
at the Calvary Presbyterian Church to
morrow:
Morning—“Ten Thousand Times Ten
Thousand,” Brackett (Miss Maldie Schaef
fer and chorus).
Evening—“Let My Complaint.” Marker
(chorus); soprano solo. “How Lovely Are
Tby Dwellings” (Miss Adarena Pfeiffer).
The musical services at St. James's
Episcopal Church for tomorrow are as
follows:
Morning—“Te Ileum Field; “Bene
dlctus/' chanted; “Kvrie.- Mendelssohn;
offertory anthem. "O Jesu. Thou Art
Standing,” Shephard; benediction ant hem,
“Lead Me, Lord.”
Evening—“Choral Evensong.” “Viagniti
rat. and Nunc Dimlttis.” Field; prover an
them. “My Father, for Another Night.”
Dalton; offertory anthem, soprano solo;
“Benedictiou Hymn,” Beethoven.
In the. Centenary Methodist Epis
copal Church tomorrow the paator.
the Rev. Dr. George G. Vogel, will
preach on "The True Initiative” at
the morning service.
In the evening the choir will ren
der Gaul’s oratorio, “The Holy City,”
with the following soloists: Mra.
Edith Ten Broeck Krick, soprano;
Mrs. Alice Moncrieff, contralto;
Charles W. Harrison, tenor, and Gil
bert Wilson, baas. The oratorio will
he preceded by a brief address bv
Dr. Vogel on “Song m Kreligion/’
MAY DEVOTIONS WILL
CLOSE AT ST. BRIDGET’S
Tomorrow night at 8 o’clock In St.
Bridget’s K. C. Church, Plane street,
the closing of May devotions will take
place with the crowning of the statue
of thej blessed virgin and the recep
tion of fourteen new members Into
the Sodality of the Children of Mary.
There will be a solemn prpeesslon
of the blessed sacrament In honor of
the foetot of Corpus Chrlstl.
The services will conclude with
solemn benediction of the blessed sac
rament. The Rev. Father Samuel B.
Hedges, pastor, and his assistants
the Rev. Fathers P. Janies, O. S. B.’,
and Peter Frclda, will officiate.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
BA PTIST.
FAIR MOUNT BAPTIST CHURCH, Fair
mount avenue, near Bank street — Rav.
George E. Lombard, pastor. 10:80 a. m
Anti-Saloon League address. 2:30 p. m"
Sunday school. 7:45 p. m., preaching by
the pastor. “Joshua, the Old Hero." All
welcome.
FIRST BAPTIST I’JBDDI IS MEMORIAL.
CHURCH, corn.i- Broad and Fulton atracta
— Rev Thrmaa .1. Vlllcr,. D 11 uaator
•MST"'"/ wo«1"''» al >•»:•»• paator’a topic.
The Heart*. Immortality;" baptism. Bth'e
echool at 12; F. A Dunnell. superintendent.
Memorial Day service at 7 Vi; Garfield Post.
L A R.. Will nitetiu. pastnr'a tuple, • The
Finished t outse." This will be Dr. Ylllera'a
lest service as pastor. >tr.tcig3 •« specially
welcome. J
METHODIST KIMSCOPAL.
<’E.\THTNARY METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, Summer avenue and Kearny street
—Services 10:30 and 7:30. The pastor, Rev.
George G. Vogel, D. D will preach In the
morning on “Incitement." and In the evening
on “Song in Religion.'' The choir, assisted
by Mr. Wilson ami Mr. Harrison, of New
Yoi'k. will sing ‘The H0I3' City,” by Gaul.
Seats always ftee. Everybody welcome.
FRANKLIN STREET METHODIST
EPISCOPAL CHURCH, opposite the City
Hall annex Decoration Day services. 10:30
a. m.. Rev. c. p Cadmus will relate his war
time experience. 7:45 p. rn.. Uniformed
Rank. Junior O. I A. M.. will be present 1u
a body. 2:30 ih m., Sabbath school. 0:45 p.
m. . vesper ser\ ice.
ROSEVILLE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, Orange street and Bathgate place
— Morning worship at 10:30 o’clock; address
by Rev. Randall C. Phillips, on “The Open
Door In Ireland " Evening worship and ser
mon at 7:45 o’clock. 0:45 a. m.. men’s as
sembly in the parish hall. 2:30 p. m. Sun
day school In all departments. 0:45 p. n>..
Ep worth League vesper service and boys'
club vesper service. Midweek service for
worship Tuesday evening at IS o clock. All
seats are free and strangers are cc.vUsll./
lay I ted to worship with us.
ST LUKE’S METHODIST KPISCOPaY
CHURCH—The pastor, the Rev. J. H. Mac
Donald. will preach next Sunday morning
h. special sermon to ny»n. Evening subject,
“Spotless Town."
ST. PAULS METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH. Broad and Marshall streets—R«v.
George P. IVmgherty. minister. 10 30, morn
ing worship and sermon by the minister. 2:80.
Sunday school 7. Epworth league. 7:45,
evening worship and sermon by the minis
ter; topic, "laHS'.arus. Vriend of Jesus." Visi
tors are cordially Invited to all services.
•PR ESB VTKRI AN.
SECOND PRESIP TURIAN CHURCH.
Junes and Washing on street*—Rev. Pleas
ant Hunter. |). D., pastor. .Morning serv
ice 10:30. Sabbath school 12 o'clock Chris
tian Lndeavor 7 p. m Evening iurvice 7 tb;
I>r. Hunter will preach.
SOUTH PARK PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, Broad street. ;<t Clinton avenue -
Rev. Lyman Whitney Allen. D. D. pastor;
Mr. Charles F Buckley, assistant. Morning
worship 10:45 a. m : subject of tbeyermon:
“TYe Church at Worship." Parish Sabbath
school 2:45 p. in. Chapel Sabbath school
2:30 p. m. Evening worship in South Park
Memorial Chape!, corner South and Dawson
streets. 3 o'clock: subject. “The Men Who
Saved the Nation.1’ All are invited to thesa
services.
THE OLD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, Btoad street, near Market—Dr. W.
J. Dawson wil preach sit 10:30 a m. and
7.45 p. in., when several U. A. R. posts will
be guest* "f honor, and special musical pro
gram will be rendered. All departments of
1 he Sunday school at 2:30 p. in., excepting
■tl.< adult Bible class at 4. Christian Hin
di avur at 0:45. Tuesday, at >4 p. m., prepara
tory service; address by Dr. W. J. Dawson.
THE THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Btoad street, opposite the City Hal! Rob
ert Scott Ingli*. minister. Services: .Morn
ing. 10:30: evening. 7:45 Sabbath school 2:30
n. m. Prayer-meotlng. Tuesday, 7:45 The
Rev. J. Lovell Murray will conduct the Sun
day services. A cordial Invitation extended
to all.
RKKOHMED.
CLINTON AVENI’K REFORMED
CHURCH. Clinton avenue and Halsey street.
— Rev. Albert U* T. Broek. minister. Morn
ing fervica at 10 30 topic. ^ “The .lov of
Christ.'" Evening service at 7:45; topic. "A
Daring Leaders Good Resolution Bible
school at 2:30. Christian Endeavor vespers
at 7. Strangers are cordially Invited.
NORTH REFORMED CHURCH. Broad and
Bridge streets—Rev. Charles Tf. Stewart. I >.
D. . minister; Rev. Lucas Boeve. assistant
minister. Morning worsh'p 10:30; evening
at 7:46. Morning Sunday school a; 0:30:
afternoon school at 2:45. East. Newark and
Italian missions at 2:30 p. m. V. P S. C.
E. . 8:45. Dr. Stewart preaches at 10:30 on
“A Great Worker at Work;” at 7'15 on
"The World's Challenge to the Cross.”
UXIVERSAUST.
Rev. Henry R. Rose. Minister.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. Rroa 1
street, diagonallv opposite City Hall -Mr.
Rose, at 11. "What the Air*', lean .Flag
Means." Religious school at 10. Closing
evening service at 7:45. Mu«lc from Great
Oratorios. Come.
MHH'M AXEOI'H
CHILDREN'S TEMPLE 'undenominational,
incorporated'. 7 Nichols street—Little people
service Sunday evening 7 o’clock. Children
from 6 years and upward are heartily wel
come. We have no Sunday school connected
with the temple. Strictly a children's church
service. Friday evening meeting 8 o'clock
for parents. Charles W. Edwards and Joseph
Wilde, superintendents.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS
ASSOCIATION. Masonic Hall. Arcade build
ing. 861 Broad street—Tomorrow. 3 p. in.,
discourse by l'\ C. Detwller, of New York:
topic. “The Bruising of Satan." 7 p in.,
praise service. 7:30, Berean study. AM me
cordially invited to attend. Scats fre*. No
collection.
RESCUE HOME, 13 Spring* street—Sunday
services 3:45 and 7;4fi. In charge of Brothers
Ward. Booth. Dickens, Tulp. Steadman. Ben
nett and various others. Supper will be
served to homeless men free of (barge who
attend afternoon session Good singing.
Short testimonies. Everybody welcome. Pro
feasor Liscomh. pianist.
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
PUBLIC NOTICE iff hereby given that the
following ordinance has been adopted by the
Bound of Street and Water Commissioners
and approved by the Mayor of the city of
Newark and is hereby published according
to law:
An ordinance to provide for the release
! and extinguishment of the public right arls
i ing from the dedication of that part of
OLD LILLIE STREET
lying west of the westerly line of Lillie
street.
Adopted May 22d, 1913.
P H. nr AN,
Prealdent of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
A. L. SWAIN,
Aoting Clerk of the Board.
Approved May 23d, 1013.
JACOB HAU88LING.
Mayor.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
following ordinance ha* been adopted by
the Board of Street and Water Commlaalon
ers and approved by the Mayor of the City
of Newark, and is hereby published accord
ing to law:
An ordinance to provide for the relocation
of poles of Public Service Railway Company
on Broad street, in the City of Newark.
County of Essex and Btat* of New Jersey.
Whereas, The Board of Street and Water
Commissioners of ihe City of Newark has
requested Public Service Railway Company
to allow the use of certain of its poles on
Broad street, from Central avenue to Clin
ton avenue, for the purpose of hanging elec
tric arc lights to llaht thp said street, which
necessitates the relocation of certain treet
railway poles on Broad street, thcivLn .
Be it ordained by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners of the City of Newark:
That the po1.es supporting the overhead
construction of Public Service Railway Com
pany on Broad street, frpm Central avenue
to Clinton avenue, he and the name are
hereby located and relocated as follows:
Pole No. 1 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
twenty-two feet <22 ft.) southwardly from
the point of Intersection of said curb line
with the westerly curb line of Park place.
Pole No. 8 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant one
hundred and ten feet (110 ft.) southwardly
from Pole No. 1.
Pole No. 5 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and fifteen feet eight Inches
(116 ft. 8 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 3.
Pole No. 7 is to be located within the east
erly curb line of Broad street, distant one
hundred fe#t (100 ft.) southwardly from
Pol* No. 6
Pole No. 0 Is to be located within IH* east
erly curb line of Broad street, dittpjit ana
CITY ADVERTISEMENT®.
hundred and nine feet eight Inches (10® ft.
I In.) southwardly fromvPol* No. 7.
Pole No. 11 !* to be>tocated within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and nine feet eleven inches (10®
ft. 13 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 9.
Pole No. 18 'Is to be located within the
eaeterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twenty-one feet (121 ft.)
southwardly from Pole No. 11.
Pole No. t5 Is to be located within the
easterly oufb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twenty fset one inch *120 ft.
3 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 13
Pole No. IT Is to bs located within the
easterly curb line *of Broad street, distant
one hundred and seventeen feet one inch
(tl? ft. 1 ln > southwardly from Pole No. 18.
Pole No. 19 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-five feet ten inches (96 ft. 10 in.)
eoiflhwardly from Pole No. IT.
Pole No. 21 1b to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one huhdred and eight feet (108 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 39.
' Pole No. 23 Is to be Ideated within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distent one
hundred and five feet five inches (105 ft. 5
in.) southwardly from Pole No. 21.
Pole No. 25 Is to be located within the
easterly ourb line of Broad street, distant
eighty feet (90 ft.) southwardly from Pole
No. 28.
Pole No. 27 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Parit place, on the
north side line of North Canal street, pro
duced.
Pole No. 2© is to he located wltbtp the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety feet three Inches (90 ft. 3 In.) south
wardly from Pole No. 27.
Pole No. 81 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-five feet (95 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No. 29.
Pole No. 33 I« to be located within tli*
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-three feet two Inches (93 ft. 2 In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 81.
Pole No.' 36 Is lo be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-seven feet one Inch (97 ft. 1 In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 38
Pole Nd. 87 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-four feet nine inches (94 ft. 9 *n.)
southwardly from Pole No. 35.
Pole No. 3ft Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Bread street, distant'
one hundred feet eight Inohes (100 ft. 8
in.) southwardly from Pole No. 87.
Pole No. 41 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-five fee* three inches (05 ft. 3 in.)
southwardly from Pole No. 39.
Pole No. 43 is to be located Wlkfetn the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant,
one hundred and seven feet two Inches (107
ft. 2 In.) southwardly from Pole No 41.
Pole No. 46 is to be located within the
easterly ourb line of Broad street, distant I
one hundred snd twenty-three feet three
Inches 1123 ft. 3 In.) southwardly from Pole
No. 48.
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easterly curb line of Rroad street, distant j
one hundred and twenty-five feet six Inches
(125 ft. 6 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 45.
Pole No. 49 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad streer, distant
one hundred feet two inches <100 ft. 2 In.)
southwardly from iPole No 47.
Pole No. 51 l- to be located witWIn the
easterly curb line of ProsLd street, distant
one hundred and sixteen feet (llfl ft.) south
wardly from Pole No 49
Pole No 53 is to be located within the
easterly curb line nf Broad street, distant
one hundred feet (100 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No 81.
Pole No. 55 Is to be located within tlie
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and sixteen feet six inche- (llfi
ft. 6 In ) southwardly from Pole No. 53.
Pole. No. 57 is to be located within the
easterly curb Hue of Bread street, distant
one hundred and nine feet four inches (109
ft. 4 in-> southwardly from Pole No. 55.
Pole No. 59 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distent
ninety-six feet eight inches _(96 ft. S In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 57.
Pole No. 61 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad streer. distant
ninety seven feet six Inches (97 ft. 0 In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 50.
Pole No. 63 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and five feet (105 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 6i.
Pole No. 65 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-four feet five inches (94 ft. 0 In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 63
Pole No. 67 is to be loca.ed within the
easterly cur1> lin® of Broad street, distant
one hundred and fourteen feet (114 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 65.
Pole No. 69 is to be located within ‘he
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-one feet (91 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No- 67
Pole No. 71 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and fifteen feet (115 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 69
Pole No. 75 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and fifteen feet (115 ft.) south
wardly from Polo No. 71.
Pole No. 75 is to b® located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street. istant
one hundred and nine feet nine inches (109
ft. 9 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 73.
Po> No. 77 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad streei. distant
ninetv-efght f®ft ®i*h» Inches <98 ft. 8 In.)
southwardly fronj, Pole No 75
Pole* No. 79 be located within The
easterly curb line nf Broad Street, dlsiorl*
one hundred and ten feet eight inches 11|»
ft. 8 m.) southwardly from Pole No. 77
Pole No. 81 is to b«» located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twelve feet stx*lnche« (112
ft. <» in.) southwardly from Pole No. 79
Pole No. 83 1s to be located within the
easterly curb line of Frond street, distant
one hundred and twelve feet (1J2 ft.) south
ward' v from Pole No. 81.
Pol” No. S5 la to be located wltliin the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twenty font (120 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 83
Pole *n. 87 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
on® hundred and sixteen feet five inches (HR
ft. 5 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 85.
Pole No. 89 is to be located within the j
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant j
one hundred and seventeen feet eie«-«~ ■ ’chej i
(117 ft. 11 In.) southwardly from Pole No. R7 |
Pole No. 91 is to bo located within the
easterly curb line of Broad stret. distant
one hundred and three feQt (103 ft.) south
ward lv from Pole No. •
Pole No. 93 is to be located within the
easterly curb. Hue of Broad street, distant
one hundred and seventeen feet ten inches
(117 ft. 10 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 91.
Pole No. 95 Is to no located within, the
easterly curb line of Broad strse*. distant
one hundred and twenty feet (120 ft.) south
wardlv from Pol® No. 93.
P.ole No. 97 Is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and seventeen feet one inch
(117 ft. 1 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 97
Pole No. 99 Is to b« located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twenty-two feet ten inches
(122 ft. 10 in.) southwatdhr from Pole No. 97.
Pole No. 101 is to be located within »he
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twenty-four feet eight
inches (124 ft. 8 in.) southwardly from Pole
No. 99.
Pole No 103 is to be located within the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred feet (100 ft.) southwardly #rom
Pole No. 101
Pole No. 105 Is to he located w-lthin the
easterly curb line of Broad street, distant
se.titty-four feet eleven Inches (74 ft. 11 in.)
southwardly from Pole No. 108.
Pole No. 2 Is to be located within the
westerly curb, line of Broad street, distant
thirteen feet (IS ft.) southwardly from the
southerly curb line of Central avenue, pro
duced. 4
westerlv curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and three feet eight Inches ‘10.3
ft * In.) southwardly from Pole No 2.
Pole No. 0 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred feet eight inches (100 ft. 8 In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 4.
Pole No. 8 is to be located within the
westerlv curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and nlhe feet (100 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 0*
Pole No. 10 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred feet ‘100 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No. 8.
Pole No. 12 is to be located within the
l westerlv curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and nine feet eight inches (100
ft. 8 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 10.
Pole No. 14 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and nine feet eleven Inches
(100 ft 11 in ) southwardly from Pole No. 12.
Pole No. 16 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twenty-one feet ‘121 ft.)
southwardly from Pole No. 14.
Pole No. 18 Is to be located within the
westerlv curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twenty feet two inchee (120
ft. 2 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 16.
Pole No. 20 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and seventeen feet one inch (117
ft. 1 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 18.
Pole No. 22 If to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
nlnety-flve feet ten Inches (95 ft. .10 in.)
southwardly from Pole No. 20.
Pole No. 24 is to be located within the
westerly’ curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and eight feet (108 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 22.
Pole No. 26 is to be located within the
westerlv curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and five feet five inches
ft 5 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 24.
Pole No. 28 is to be located within the
westerlv curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-nine feet eight Inches ‘99 ft. 8 in.)
southwardly from Pole No. 26.
Pole No. 30 is to be located within 'he
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and eight feet three inches (108
ft. 8 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 28.
Pole No. 32 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-eight feet six Inches (98 ft. fl In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 30
Pole No. 34 is to be located within the
westerlv curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-five feet eight Inches (95 ft. 8 in.)
southwardly from Pole No. 32.
Pole No. 30 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninety-one feet eix Inches (91 ft. 6 in.)
southwardly from Pole No. 34.
Pole No. 38 is to be located within the
westerly curb Ifiar of Broad street, distant
ninety-seven feet (97 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No. 30.
Pole No. 40 Is to b*» located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and two fee* <402 f».) south
wardly ^hom Pole No. 38.
pftl* No, 12 Is ha ipfc*4«d «UUEUa lb*
Cl TV advertisements.
westerly curb lftae of Broad street. distant
ninety-sight fest (98 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No. 40.
Pole No. 44 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and eight feet efght Inches (108
ft. 8 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 42.
Pole No. 40 Is to be located within the
westerly curb Jins of Broad street, distant
one hundred arfe thirty feet nine Inches <13*1
ft. 6 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 44.
Pole No 48 la to be located within the
westerly curb line of Bfoad street, distant
one hundred and thirteen feet six inches (113
ft. 0 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 46.
Pole No 50 la to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and six feet six Inches <108 ft.
0 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 48
Pole No. 52 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and twelve feet five Inches (112
ft. 5 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 50.
Pole No. 54 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distanr
one hundred feet four Inches (100 ft. 4 Jn.)
southwardly from Pole No. 52
Pole No. 56 Is to h* located within the
westerly curb line of Brosd street, distant
one hundred and twelve feet six inches (112
ft. 6 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 04
Pole No. 56 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and seven feet three Inches (107
ft. 3 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 56.
.Pole No. 60 is to be located within the
westerlv curb line of Broad street, distent
ninety-eight feet eight Inches 4D8 ft. h In.)
southwardly from Pole No. 58.
Pole No. 62 la to be looated within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and three feet three Inches (103
ftv 3 In.) southwardly from Pole No. O')
Pole No 64 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
ninefv-nine feet <00 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No. 62
Pole No. 66 is to be located within tho
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and seven feet (107 ft) tooth*
wsrdly from Pde No 84.
Pole No. 68 is to be located within the;
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant I
nlnety-nlno feet six Inches <06 ft. 6 in.)
southwardly from Polo No. 66^
Pole No. 70 te to be located svlfhtn the
westerly curb line of Broad street, dletant
ninety-four feet (64 ft.) southwardly from
Pole No. 86.
rmie AO. li 1C*
westerly curb line of Broad stMgt> distant
one hundred and fourteen feet 01* *»•) much*
wardly from Pole No 70.
Pole No. 74 Is to be located within the
westerly curb lino of Broad street, distant'
one hundred and eight f*sf five Inches (108
ft. 5 in.) south wardlv from Pole No. 72.
Pole No. 76 ts to be located with In th**
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and seven feet five Inches <107
ft. 5 In.) southwards from Pole No 74.
Pole No. 78 is to bo located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and three feet six Inches (103
ft. 8 in.) southwardly from Pole No (6
Pole No. la to be Jncqtcd within vha
westerly curb line of Broad atrset. dlstsA*
one hundred and fifteen feet (115 ft.) south
wardly from Pole No. 78.
Pole No. 82 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and thirteen feet <113 ft.) south
wardlv from Pole No. SO.
Pol* No. 84 is to be located within Mhe
westerly curb line ok Broad street? distant
me hundred and seven feet three Inches (7(»7
ft. 3 In ) southwardly from Pole No. 82.
Pole No. 86 i* to be located^within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
one hundred and eighteen feet six inch**
(118 ft. 6 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 84.
Pole No. 88 Is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
me .hundred and sixteen feet three Inches (110
rt. 3 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 86.
Pole No! 90 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
me hundred and nineteen feet nine, Inches
(IIP ft. 9 In » southwardly from Pole v0.
Pol* No. 92 is to be located within Ihe
westerly curb line of Pihad streeU distant
>n- hundred and twenty-one feet nine Incbea
(121 ft. 9 ln.> southwardly from Pole No. PO.
Pole No. 94 i*3 to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
me hundred and nine feet (109 ft.) couth
wardly from Pole No. 92
Pole No. 96 >s to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad strppt. distant
me hundred and five feet nine Inches (103
rt. 9 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 94.
Pole No- 98 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
mo hundred and twenty-four feet ten rnches
;124 ft. 10 In.) southwardly from Pole No. P6.
Pole No. 100 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
me hundred and twenty-four feet seven
nches (104 ft. 7 In.) southwardly from Pole
Vo. 98.
Pole No. 102 Is to be located within tht
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
me hundred and twenty-five feet four inches
125 ft. 4 In.) southwardly from Pole No. 00
Pole No. 104 is to be located within the
westerly curb line of Broad street, distant
:wn hundred and three feet six inches (203
*f. 6 in.) southwardly from Pole No. 102.
The foregoing location of poles is shown on
■n6T entitled Public Service Railway Co.,
Department of Maintenance of Way. Location
>f Combination Poles In Broad Street. New
irk, N. .7.. Made by F. S. E.. Traced b,v
W. E T.. Checked by A. F. T. Scale 1
n. equals 50 ft. TDate April 26, 1913. Cor
reel: Martin Schreiher, Eng. M. of W.
Drawing No. 11040-K". filed with the clerk
of the Board o< Street and Water Commis
lionen* of the cJ*y of Newark on th# twelfth
lav of May, 1913- V J
The poles indicated on said man for fe
moral are lo be removed after the new poles
ire Installed and Ihe street lights placed in
3P*ratlon thereon: and
Be It further ordnlned. that Public Sendee I
Railway Company is hereby authorised to
permit and authorise the use of said poles
jr any of them for street lighting purposes.
Be It further ordained, that the granting I
uf the right to change the location of^lolea
• hail not 1n any way affect or modify in I
in.v other particular the terms and conditions i
tnder which the right to operate trolley cars |
aver said street has heretofore been granted
by the city.
Adopted May 22, 1913.
H. RTAX
President of the Board of Street and Water |
Commissi otters.
A. L. SWAIN,
Acting Clerk of the Board. I
Approved May 2.8. 1913
JACOB HAU8SLING.
. Mayor.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
following ordinance has been adopted by
the Board of Street ann Water Commission
ers and approved by the Mayor of the City
of Newark, and is hereby published accord
ing to law :
An ordinance to provide for the relocation
of poles of Public Service Railway Company
op Market street, in the City of Newark,
County of Essex and State of New Jersey.
Whereas. The Board of Street and Water
Commissioners of the city of Newark has
requested Public Service Railway Company
to allow the use of certain of Its poles on
Market street from Pennsylvania Railroad
to Pierson’* alley, for the purpose of hang
ing electric arc lights to light the said street,
which necessitates the relocation of certain
street railway poles on Market street, there
fore
Be It ordained by the Board of Street
and Water Commissioners of the City of
Newark:
That tha poles now supporting the over
head construction of Public Service Railwav
Company on Market street, from Pemisyl
vanla Railroad to Pierson’s alley, be andKth*
same ar4 hereby located and relocated as
follows:
r<we No. i is to he, located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distart
one thousand six hundred and thirty-five
feet (1.635 ft.) northwestwardly from rhe
westerly curb line of Broad etn»et. produced.
Pole No. 3 is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
seventy-nine feet three inches (79 ft. 3 in.)
eastwardly from Pole No 1.
Pole No. 5 Is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
seventy-eight feet nine inches (78 ft. 9 tn )
eastwardly from Pole No. 3.
Pole No. 7 is to be located within ‘the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
ninety-five feet eight inches (96 ft. 8 in )
eastwardly from Pole No. 6.
Pole No. » is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
ninety-three feet eight Inches (93 ft 8 In )
eastwardly from Polo No. 7.
Pole No. 11 is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
onp hundred Rnd njDtteen feet eight inriiea
(119 ft. 8 In.) eastward!} from Pole No. H
Pole No. 13 Is to he located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and one feet six inqh»s (101 fr
6 In.) eaatwardlv from Pole No. 11.
Pole No. 15 Is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and seventeen feet five inches
(117 ft. 6 in.) eastwardly from Pole No 13.
Pole No. f!7 la to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and thlrty-flve feet (136 ft i
eastwardly from Pole No. 15.
Pole No. 19 ta to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
^nd *?•**%'«lx Inches
(127 ft. 6 In.) eaatwardlv from Pole No 17
Pole No. 21 la to be located wlthlh the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and five feet five Inches 105 f*
5 ih.) eastwardly from Pole .No 19.
Pole No. 23 Is to be located within th«
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and thlrty-flve feet four ,Inches
(13S ft. d tn.) eastwardly from Pol. No "7
Pole No. 26 1. to be loeated within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and three f*et six Inches (]03 ft
6 in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 23
Pole No. 27 I. to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market .tree! dutant
one hundred and one feet nine inches (101 f♦
9 in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 25.
Pole No. 29 is to he located within the
northerly curb line.of Market street distant
flfty-one feet (51 ft.) eastwardly from Pole
No. ?i •
Pole No. 31 1. to be located tvlthln he
northerly curh line of Market .treet dlelant
flrteen feet 115 ft.) eastwardly froni r>o".
Pole No. 33 I. to he loeated within he
northerly curb line of Market street dutant
6fty feet Blx Inche. (50 ft fl In ) eastwardly
from Polo No. 37. Iy
Pole No. 36 I. to be located within the
northerly curh line of Market street, dutant
Jfty feet .lx Inche. (5n ft. « m.) ea.twanPy
from Pole No. 88. r
Polo No. 37 I. to b. located within the
northerly curb lln. of Market .treat, distant
ftfty-.lx feet .even Inche. (56 ft. 7 In ) Suit
wdrdly from Pole No. 86.
Pol. No. 38 i. to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market .tr.et dlatam
twenty-nine feet .even Inrhea (28 ft 7 <
eastwardly from the eaeterly curb Itn. of
Broad struct. prod\jred.
M. U u |e h levied within the
(OTY ADTBRTISKMKR'TS.
northerly* curb line qf Market street, distant
ninety-eight feet eight inches (98 ft. 8 In.)
eastwardly from Pole No. 39.
Pole No- 43 is to be located within t*ia
northerly curb line of Market atreql, distant
one hundred and twentft-seven feet (127 ft.f
i eaatwardly from Pole No. 41.
! Pole No. 45 Is to be located within tha
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and ten feel eight Inches (110 ft.
8 in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 43.
Pole No. 47 Is to be located within tha
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and three feet (103 ft.) east
wardly from Pole No. 46
Pole No. 49 is to be located within tha
northerly curb lino of Market street, distant
one hundred and four feet ten inches (104 ft.
10 in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 47
Pole No. 51 Is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and forty-eight feet (148 ft. >
eastwardly from Poie No. 49
Pole No. 53 Is to be located within the
northerly curb lino of Market street, distant
fifteen feet seven inches (15 ft. 7 in.) east
wardly from the easterly curb line of Mul
berry street, produced.
Poie No. 55 is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, dlstarr
one hundred and four feet (104 ft.) east
wardly from pole No. 68.
Poie >.'a 57 is to be located within tha
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and twenty-one feet six Inches
(121 ft. O In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 55.
Pole No. 59 is to be located within tha
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
ninety-three feet six inches (93 ft. 6 In )
eastwardly from Pole No. 57.
Pole No. fll Is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant''
ninety-seven feet ten inches (97 ft. 10 in*
eastwardly from Pole No. 59.
Pole No. 63 Is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market, street, distant
one hundred and eight feet six inches (108 f:.
fl in.) eastwardly from Pole No. fll
Foie No. fio 's to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred nnd three feet (103 ft.) east
wardly from Pole No. 63.
Pole No. 67 Is to be located within the
northerly curt* line of Market street, distant
one hundred And one feet six inches (101 ft.
6 In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 65.
Pols No. 69 Is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and thfee feet (103 ft.) east
wardly from Pole No. 67.
Pole No. 71 is to bn located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant,
one hundred and three feet nine inches (103
ft. P In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 60.
Pole No. 73 Is to be located within the
northerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred nnd six feet. (106 ft.) eaet
wardly from Pole. No. 71.
Pole No. 75 Is to be located wftHtn the
northerly curb lin<* of Market street, distant
ninety feet (90 ft.) eastwardly from Pol#
No. 73
Pole No. 77 is to be located within the
norths'*}*' curb line of Market street, distant
fifty-seven fist ten Inches (57 ft. 10 in.) east
*7erd!y nom Pole No. 75.
Pole No. 79 Is to be located within the
northerly curb Jin© of Market street, distant
forty-four feet two Inches (44 ft 2 In.) oast
werdly from Pole No. 77.
Pole No. 81 is to be located within the
northerly curb IJn© of Market street, distant
fifty-nine feet three Inches (59 ft. 3 !n.» east
ward!? from Pole No. 73.
Pole No. 2 Is to be located within the
noriherlv curb line of Springfield avenue, at
the point of intersection of said curb Une
with the southerly curb line of Market *tre®»
Pole No. 4 Is to be located within the
Northerly curb line o? Market street, distant
one thousand four* hundred and seventy-one
feel, nine inches (1.471 ft. 9 in.) northwest
wardly from the westerly curb line of Broad
str*"6'. produced.
Pole No. 6 Is to be located within th«
southerly curb Tine of Market street, distant
one hundred and two feet three Inches (102
ft. 3 In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 4.
Pole No. 8 Is to be located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street. dlDant
ninety-seven feet five Inches (97 ft. 5 in.)
eastwardly from Pole No. 6,
Pole No. 10 Is to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market htreet. dlstanr
one hundred and twenty.one feet ten inchee
(121 ft. 10 In > eastwardly from Pole No. 8.
Pole No 12 Is to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred nnd four feet nine Inches (104
ft. 0 In.) eastward!** from Polo No. 30.
Pole No. 14 Is to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market etreet. distant
one hundred and nine f*?e.t (109 ft.) east
ward!** from Pole No. 12.
Pole No. 16 Is to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and thirty-seven feet two Inches
(137 ft. 2 in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 14.
Pole No. 18 Is tri be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant,
forty-two feet eight inches (42 ft. 8 in.) east
ward]** from Pole No. 16.
Pole No. 20 is to bo located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street, distant
seventy-four feet six inches (74 ft. 6 in.)
eastwardly from Pole No. 18. •
Pole No. 22 Is to ha located within the
southerly curb line of Market-street, distant
one hundred and twenty feet (120 ft.) east
wardly from Pole No- 20.
Pole No. ?4 is to be located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street, dlstan*
one hundred and twenty-eight feet seven
inches (128 ft. 7 in.) eastwardly from Pole
No. 22.
role No. 26 is to be located within the
Southerly curb Une of Market street, distant
one hundred and one feet etx Inches (101 ft.
6 In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 24.
Pnie NO; 28 is to be located within th#
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and six feet six Inches 1H06 ft.
6 in,* easterly from Pole No. 26.
T'Ola No. 30 le to be located within th«
southerly curb Une of Market street) distant
one hundred and eleven fegf three Inches
(111 ft. 3 In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 28
Pole INo. 32 is to b*> located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distan*
one hundred feet (100 ft.) eastward]}* frotn
Pole No. 30.
Pole No. 34 Is to be located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street, distant
twenty-nine feet nine inches (29 ft. 9 In >
eastwardly from the easterly curb line of
Rroad street, produced.
Poje No. 36 Is to be located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street, distant
one hundred and seven feet six Inches (107 ft.
6 In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 34
Pole No. 38 I* to b*» located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street, distant
one hundred and twenty-three feet *12.3 ft.)
eastward!*- from Pole No. 36.
Pole Vo. 40 Is fo be located within th*
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and ten feet eight Inches *tlO ft.
8 in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 38.
Pole No. 42 la to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and one feet six Inches (101 ft.
C in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 40.
Pole No. 44 Is to be located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street, distant
one hundred and six feet three inches (106 ft.
3 In.) eastwardly from Pole No. 42
Pole No. 46 Is to be located within the
southerly curb Une of Market street, dlstan*.
ninety-seven feet eleven inches <97 ft. 11 In.)
eastward!v from Pole No. 44.
Pole No. 48 is to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
fifty-nine feet nine inches (09 ft. 9 In.Jfeast
wardly from Pole No. 46.
Pole No. 50 is to he located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
twenty-eight feet (28 ft.) eastwardly from ths
easterly curb line of Mulberry street, pro
duced.
Pols No. !S2 Ik In be Joratei witnia
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and fourteen feet (114 ft.) east
ward^ from Pole No 50.
Pole .Vo. 54 Is lo be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, diets;;'
one hundred and sixteen feet nine Inch®*
(116 ft. 9 in.) eastwrtrdly from Pole No. 52
Pole No. 56 Is to he located within th»*
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
ninety-seven feet seven inches (9r ft. 7 In.)
eastwardly frnrh Pole No. 54.
Pole No. 58 is to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
ninety-eight feet three Inches <98 ft. S in.)
eastwardly from Pole No. 56.
Pole No. 60 is to be located within the
southerly curb Mine of Market street, ''l®*®!?!
one hundred and seven feet seven mcnea (10T
ft. 7 in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 58 A
Pole No. 62 is to be located within tha M
southerly curb line of Market street, distant M
one hundred and three feet eleven inches ■
(inn f». it in.) eastwardly from Pole No. 60- ■
Pole No. 64 1* to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, distant
one hundred and two feet six lushes (IOC ft.
6 inches) eastwardly from Pole Vo 62
Pole No. 66 is to be located within the
southerly curb line of Market street, dlstsnt
one hundred feet three Inches <100 ft. 3 In )
eastwardly from Pole No. 64.
Pole No. 68 is to b*-- # oca ted within the
southerly curb Jine of Market street, distant
one hundred and five feet ten inches (1W »
10 in.) eastwardly from Pole No 66.
P'*le .o. 70 Is to he located within th4
southerly curb line of Market street** distant
one hundred and seventeen feet eleven Inched
(117 ft. 11 in.) i astwardlv from role No. 6£
Polo No. 72 is to lie located within tb*
southerly curb I no of Market street, distant
one hundred ond%three teet three inches (193
I *t. 3 inches) 'ustwnrdly from Pole No. 76
Pole No. 74 Is to be located within the
*outherlv curb lire of Market street, distant
! P‘*1>' nice f®et eleven IncbeM (69 ft. 11 in.»
jeas’wnrrily fvom Pole No. 72.
Pole No. 76 is to be located within the
I southerly curb lino of Market street, distant
thirty-two feet five inches (82 ft. 5 Jh.) «aa»
v.ardly from Pc!a Vo. 74.
Th" foregoing location of poles la sbow-i
on map entitled “Public Service Railway Co.,
r-partmi-iv. Maintenance * of Way. Ix>ca
Mon of Combination Pol®* tn Market "tree*.
Newark. N. .1. Mad® bv P. 9. B
Traced by W. II. p. racked by A. F T.
Real® 1* - 50' Date April 26, 1913. Cor
rect. Martin Schreiber, Bug.- M. of 'v
Drawing No. 11039-K." filed with the '’leric
of the Board of Street and Water Commis
sioners of the <Ttv of Newark on l he
tw^lfih day of May, 1918.
"he pole* indicated on said map for re
moval ar® to .he removed after the new polea
nre installed and the street lights placed in
operation thereon, and
»e It further ordained that Public Service
uaiiway v’ompany is hereby authorised n>
permit and authorize the use of said poles
or any of them for street lighting purposes.
: f ,“,e; It further ordained that the granting
LI I. ,n change the location of pole*
■hall not in any way afTect or modify In any
other particular the terms and conditions
th* r*ght to operate trolley cars
ovej said steed has heretoforo been grantel
°y the rlty.
Adopted May 22. 1913.
Prwidom or th. Hoard of Kt'ropt and w*>,r
Commissioners. i
A. I.. HWAIN, . '
J V”*ln«r rtork of the BSard.
Approve, .May 28. tms.
JACOB HAUMWNO.

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