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AGENTS WANTED.
AGENTS—Either sex, sell our specialty; we
show you how to make 125 to $50 weekly.
Writ© LECLERC PUNCTURE REPAIR
WORKS, Bellport, N. Y.
AGENTS—Don't waste your time trying to
sell people what they don't want; sell them
goods they are anxious to have; make 100
per cent, profit; c%ll immediately. 142 Mar
ket st.. Room 308.
AGENTS wanted to sell Fibrsilk neckwear;
100 per cent, profit; sample 15c: write for
proposition. FISHER KNITTING CO.
Utica, N. Y.
LET th© parcels post help you; add $15 to
$25 weekly to your present Income; start
during spare time and build up a perma
nent business of your own; we show you \
how and help yoj make good: no canvassing;
experience unnecessary: returns quick; write
today for valuable free booklet, “Mall Order
Success.” PEASE MFG. CO.. INC., Dept.
M-31, 66 Broadway, BufTalo, N. Y.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED for U. 8. army, able-bodied un
married men. between ages of 18 ami 85:
citizens of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write the English language. For In
formation apply to RECRUITING OFFICER,
266 Market st.. Newark. N. J.
AUTOMOBILE mechanic; first-class man
with machinist's experience only need ap
ply. HARRISON GARAGE, 323 Jersey st..
Harrison, N. J.
ANY competent pennon can get Job desired:
easy if you know how; shall we show you?
“MASPECO," 44 Randall av., Bridgeport.
AUTO SCHOOL OF N. J.. 282-284 Halsey st.
—oldest and largest in the State; unlimited
course day and evening; license guaranteed.
AL .O driving, repairing; plenty of long
rend lessons; special complete course, $10.
CARPENTER, 107 Belleville av.
BOY to work ir tea store: Terences re
quired. HEROY*S, 118 Mulberry street.
BOYS—Twenty boys for church choir. Apply
MR. HOPPER Friday evening. St.
Stephen's Church, Clinton and Elizabeth avs.
BOYS, experienced on foot press work.
IRVING MFG. CO., 45 Austin st., fourth
floor.
BOYS, learn electricity, free; send 2 cents
for particulars. “MASPECO,” 44 Randall
•v., Bridgeport.
BRICKLAYER wanted on boiler work. Call
at Colt Street School, Irvington.
BUTTON maker, experienced, and Jeweler
wanted. IRVING MFG. CO., 45 Austin st..
fourth floor.
COLLECTOR wanted; must be a hustler and
furnish bond; do not apply unless you are
s worker and can prove ability. CROWN
CO.. 74-76 Market st.
DRUGS—Junior clerk wanted for 8 or 4
days a week. Address CLERK, Box 4,
Star office.
ENGINEER in factory; state were last em
ployed and wages expected. L., Box 8.
Star office.
ELECTRICIANS earn 18 day Installing our
patent telephone everywhere; wiring course
free; send two cents for particulars.
“MASPECO,” 44 Randall av.. Bridgeport.
FLANOERS—Experienced soft hat flanger*.
SAMUEL MUNDHBIM CO., cor. Carlton
nnd Flushing av.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
INDUSTRIAL life and accident agents can
make liberal contract with us: our policies
are parable monthly; no lapses. NORTH
AMERICAN ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO..
16 Liberty st.. New York.
JANITOR, married, for apartments, salary.
free rooms, heat, light, everything fur
nished: carpenter for factory; coachman,
white or colored, married or single: waiter,
colored, for hotel Lake Hopatcong; young
man for Ice cream firm: houseman; $25;
waiter for hoarding-house; core maker: or
der cook: helper In laundry; driver: other
vacancies THE RELIABLE AGENCY, en
tire ground floor. 520 Broad st.; the only
Reliable Agency In town.
JEWELER—One with experience In silver
factory: must be used to repair work. etc.
8CHMITZ-MOORE CO.. 407 Mulberry st
LOCOMOTIVE firemen, brakemen; wages
about 1100; experience unnecessary; send
age, stamp. RAILWAY, care. Star.
MAIL carriers wanted. 103 to 1100 month;
Newark examinations coming: specimen
ruestlon* free. FRANKLIV INSTITUTE.
Dept. 282-F. Rochester. N. Y.
MAN—Colored man wanted who understands
and knows how to take care of horses
ftwo), to drlvo, help around the house and
make himself generally useful: $80 per
month, good board and room. Call or write
Washington aw, city: give references.
“NEW YORK FIRM
OPENING BRANCH PLANT TV NEWARK.
WANTS BUSINESS MAN OF ABILITY
(PREFERABLY ONE EXPERIENCED TN
AUTOMOBILE LINE) TO TAKE ENTIRE
CHARGE OF PLANT. WE HAVE CON
TROLLED ARTICLE OF PROVEN MERTT
FOR AUTOMOBILES: PROPOSITION Tfl
EXCELLENT: PERMANENT ONE WTT1I
LARGE REMUNERATION FOR RIGHT
MAN: VERY BEST REFERENCE AND IN
VESTMENT OF ft.500 NFCERSARY: PART
OF THIS RUM WILL BE CARRIED BY
FTRM AND MAT BE TAKEN UP TN
SMALL PAYMENTS. ADDRESS. GIVING
REFERENCES AND FULL INFORMA
TION. N Y. T. F. CO., 204 W. 7BTH ST.,
NEW YORK.
PATNTER—First-class wagon and carriage
pslntcr and stTlper: all-around man: steady
work to right party. VATLSRURG WAGON
A CARRIAGE CO., South Orange and Sand
ford ava.
PAINTERS on carriage and automobile
work: good wages: steady position: hut
must be sober and steady. KNEUER, 120
Van Ruren st.
SALESMAN—Experienced salesman by In
stalment furniture house: permanent po
sition: give age and reference- answers
strictly confidential. Address SALES, Box 48,
Star office. f
TAN YARD men wanted. GEO. STENGEL.
TNC . Weston av., city.
UPHOLSTERERS wanted on dining-room
chairs; steady work. LEVINSON MFO. '
CO.. 280 Orient av., Jersey City: C. R. R.
to West Side av.
UPHOLSTERER, first-class man, wanted.
Apply M. KEIMEO, 30 Railroad pi.. East
Orange.
WANTED—Men. 18 to 4B, to become New
ark. N. .1.. mall carriers; 1«n to 1100
month; vacations. J. L. K.. Box 57. ?tar
office.
WANTED—Driver for a bottled beer route;
must have good references and be able to
furnish <ash security; experienced man pre
ferred. Address L. J3., Box flfl. Star office.
YOUNG men. learn linotype operating «day
and evening); send for booklet "S.” MER
OENTTTALER LINOTYPE SCHOOL. 244
West Twenty-third st.. Now York.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MAI.1I.
AMBITIOUS youn* man, with nine yean'
experlene.- In machine ehop and knowledge
of mechanical drawing, would like outside
work. Call AMBITIOUS. Box St^Star office.
CARPENTER or cabinet-maker wishes po
altlon. Indoor or shop; will do Jobbing;
first-class references. LOUIS MAILANDER.
3fi Milton Ft. _
EXPERIENCED accountant, 82 years of
ape, with executlvo r.bllltles. pood corro
fpendent In English. German. Slavic and
Bohemian, seeks position as manager or large
manufacturing concern. Address F. M. A.,
Box 32, Star offico.
FIRST-CLASS chauffeur and mechanic
wishes position with private family. J.,
Box 3. Star office.
MAN, strong end willing; has had experi
ence around shipping room. J., Box 1,
Star office.
PAINTER and psperhanger wanta work.
PAINTER. 3 no Peshtne av.
WAJPTED-MISaiJLIiAlfEOrS.
LISTER'S ^AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL
WORKS.
Manufacturers of Fertilizer* of all kinds,
Bone Black, Glue. Grease, Chemicals, etc.
Buyer* of Dry Bone and Butchera' Bona*
Consignments solicited. For particulars ad
dress J 'STER AGRICULTURAL CHEMI
CAL 31 jRKS, 2 Rector at.. New York City,
and Lister av.. Newark, N. J.
JOHN F. ICEHOE, President.
At L KINDS OF FURNITURE. CONTENTS
OF HOUSES, FLATS AND STORES
POUGHT; CASH QUICK: CONFIDENTIAL.
42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.; Phone 2071.
CASH paid for old gold, silver and diamonds.
T. J. BRADLEY. INC., 462 Broad *t., next
A> Continental Hotel. Phone 3200 B. B.
*v£-R gold, silver, platinum and diamond*
nought. BALEVRE. 781 Broad at.. over
e*«ty*S.
ITPL'VVRTTER wanted: must b* In Orat
es* condition: any make; cheap for cash.
Addrosa TYF^WRITER, Box 85, Star office.
Household Goods.
MPLETON. 35S Main at., buys and sells
Aousohold and office furniture of all kind*;
typewriters, etc. Writ* «*r j'tvjn* 2488 Or
gan*.
DLF WANTID—FIMAI.E
ATTENDANTS for private sanitarium* near
city; liberal wages commencing; main
tenance and laundry. IRWIN’S AGENCY,
77 West Eleventh st., New York.
COOK, houseworkers, chambermaids, wait
resses, nurse girls; any kind of work. Call
and we will place you. GROVE EMPLOY
MENT AGENCY. 143 Main st.. East Orange.
Phone 3458. Open till 9 p. m.
CANVASSER—House-to-house, to advertise
a well-established food product; a fixed
wage of not less than $1.50 per day will be
paid; state age and experience If any. Ad
dress CANVASSER, Box 50. 6tar office.
EXPERIENCED girls and learners wanted.
over 10 years old, for Incandescent lamp
making; clean, light. Interesting work;
operators are well paid while learning;
working hours, 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.; Satur
days, 7 a. m. to 12 m.
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.,
v Boyd st. and 17th av.. before 9 a. ra.
GIRLS WANTED.
WEBTINGHOUSE LAMP CO.,
BLOOMFIELD, N. J..
require experienced operators and learners
In the manufacture of incandescent lamps.
The modern factory at Watsesslng Station.
Lackawanna Railroad. Is thoroughly venti
lated and located In healthy surroundings.
Good pay while learning and splendid op
portunity for advancement.
Factory accessible to trolley and train.
LADY agents earn $4 day selling our new
meritorious absolute necessities to women,
sells on sight. *'MASPECO.,” 44 Randall
av., Bridgeport.
LADIES can earn money st home, spare
time; no canvassing: send stamped en
velope for particulars. MUTUAL PIJB. CO.,
Scranton, Pa.
WANTED—Help, all nationalities. AU8
TRI AN-HUNG A RIAN AGENCY, 118
Washington st.; 8043 Market.
WANTED—A young lady pianist; good rag
time player. Apply GRAND 5 & 10c
STORE. 117 Market st.
HELP WANTED—MALE A FEMALE.
AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
wants Immediately applicants for hotels,
restaurants, clubs, private families; posi
tions secured or money refunded, city, coun
try. Cooks, country hotel: waitresses, cham
bermaids. wardmaid, laundresses. manglers,
kltchenmalds, cleaners, general housework
ers. Tel. 8190-W Market. 92 Market st.
AMATEURS WANTED—Three cash ^prizes.
Apply IDEAL PARK, cor. Central av. and
■Warren st., tonight.
POSITIONS secured for all kinds of help;
registration f*e 25c. HUDSON EMPLOY
MENT AGENCY. 110 Springfield av.
,_i__—.-- --
RAG TIME piano playing taught in 20 les
sons; beginners play at once; write for
booklet. CLARK. 433 Walnut st. Phone
708-M, Market.
WANTED—Amateurs every Wednesday night
at ORIOLE PARK, South Orange and
Morris avi.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
HELP of all nationalities, cooks, house
workers. chambermaids, waitresses, nurse
girls, housekeepers, companions, women to
work by the day; we handle nothing hut
flrst-claes help. GROVE EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY, 143 Miln et.. East Orange. Phone
3458. Open till 9 p. m.
HELP—You can receive first-class help at
once through our agency; give us a trial;
we guarantee to please you. THE AMERI
CAN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 92 Market
st. ’Phone 8190-W Market.
WASHING—Colored lady wishes to do a
day’s work at home, washing and Ironing.
MARY COLMAN. 12 Vine st.
INSTRUCTION.
NEW JERSEY LAW SCHOOL,
33 EAST PARK ST.. NEWARK.
The sixth year opens Repteml>er 18. 1913.
Full course of study, leading to the degree of
LL. B. Approximately ninety per cent, of our
graduates have been successful at their first
New Jersey bar examination. During the
same time the average number of men not
law school graduates, passing, was approxi
mately fifty per cent.
The Preparatory School, fitting students to
enter law school, opens September 18. 1913.
The new preliminary education requirements
do not affect those entering In September. 1913.
Office open dally. Catalogues sent on request.
NEWARK ACADEMY"
544 High St., cor William.
roTTvnrn 1792
WILSON FARR AND, Head Maatcr
Reopens September 24 th, 1913.
Thorough preparation for any college or
•clentlflc school, or for business Ufa. Gym
nasium and Athletic Field- Number In each
form limited. Catalogue on request.
The head master will be at the Academy
dally from 9 to 3 during the week beginning
September 15th.
Founded DRAKE COLLEGE. Incorporated
1881 1002
The school with 28.000 graduates In positions.
Drake graduate* hold the professional and
amateur championships of the world, alio
various other championships. Visit our
school ar.d let ua prove to you that Drake's
!• the heat. Office open dally and Mon.. Tues.
and Thura. evenings. Cor. Rroad and West
Park sts. JAMES ROSS. Business Manager.
Newark Business College
The Individual training school Courses:
bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, secre
tarial. civil service and stenotypy. Fall
term opens September 2nd, day and evening.
Catalogue on request.
TRA L. CALVERT. Principal.
THE NEWARK SEMINARY.
Miss Wllmore’s Boarding and Day School,
172 CLINTON AY.. NEWARK. N. J.
College preparatory, literary, scientific. Eng
lish courses. Primary department. Catalogue.
Dancing.
LEARN TO DANCE
Instructions, private and classes. M. C.
> RICH ARPS, Iroquois Hall. 200 Washing
ton at.
DAVIS'S SCHOOL OF DANCING. 406 Broad
at.—Open all summer for private leasons.
Phone 3182 B. B._
Mails.
BANJO. MANDOLIN. GUITAR. VTOLIN
Lessons, 50c second-hand Instruments for
■ale. A. J. WEIDT. 439 Washington st.,
cor Kinney.
SUMMER RESORTS.
IITGH VIEW HOUSE—Mlnlslnk Ford. Sul
livan County, N. V.; eight minutes* walk
from Erie station. Lacke waxen. Pa.; excel
lent table MRS. C. .LOHMANN.
SUMMER BOARDERS.
Rockaway Beach.
KERKMANN VILLA. 15 N. Pier av., Sea.
side Station. Rockaway Reach. L. I.; close
to beach and all Attractions; elegant fur
nished rooms; unsurpassed table; free bath
ing. Khower bath and every convenience;
acknowledged the cleanest and best equipped
on the beach; rates $10 and up. MRS. A.
KERKMANN. Prop.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
DKLAVAN AVENUE SEWER. FERDI
NAND STREET SEWER. NORTH
TWELFTH STREET SEWER.
Notlcs Is hereby given that the commis
sioners heretofore appointed by the Mayor
of the city of Newark to make an estimate
and assessment upon all the owners of all
the land and real estate In the city of
Newark, peculiarly benefited by any local
Improvement In the said city in proportion
as nearly as may be to the advantage each
was deemed to have acquired, have made an
estimate and assessments of benefits con
ferred upon all the ownorH of all the lands
and real estate in the city of Newark pe
culiarly benefited by each of the following
improvenjjyits In said city, namely:
The construction of a sewer In
PELAVAN AVENUE,
from Hummer avenue to Woodslde avenue,
approved November 8, 1912.
The construction of a sewer In
FERDINAND STREET,
between Grove street and South Twentieth
street, approved March 28, 191ft.
The’ construction of a sewer In
NORTH TWELFTH STREET,
between Sixth avenue and Seventh avenue,
approved February 7.* 191ft. .
Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts
and parcels of land and real estate liable
to be assessed as aforesaid lying on both
sides of
DELAVAN AVENUE,
from Hummer avenue to Woodslde avenue;
on both sides of
FERDINAND STREET,
between Grove street and South Twentieth
street; on both sides of
NORTH TWELFTH STREET,
between Sixth avenue and Seventh avenue,
and have filed their reports of said assess
ments for benefits in the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court of the county of Es
sex and that the Judge of said court has
fixed Monday, the twenty-fifth day of Au
gust 1913, at ten o’clock in the forenoon.
In the Circuit Court room at the Court
House In the city of Newark, as the time
and place of hearing any objections that
may be made to the said assessments.
Dated August 19. 191ft.
HERBERT BOGGS,
augl8-5t City Attorney.
FOR SALS'
DOES your roof leak or need painting? We
paint and repair all kinds of leaky roof*
and guarantee water tight for ten years for
one-half regular price; we use the best
asphaltum elastic roofing paint iftttds; we
cover all kinds of old, worn-out roofs with ,
our asphalt flint roofing: all work guaran
teed satisfactory or no pay; don’t forget to
have us estimate on your work. NEWARK
ROOFING AND MANUFACTURING CO..
2 Cottage st.; tel. 6436-J, Market.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
for Lawn Rollers. Lawn Mowers, I .awn
Settees. Picks, Shovels. Hose. Spades. Water
ing Pots. Spading Forks. Wheelbarrow-*.
Trowels. Pruning Shears. Garden Ho*#.
Poultry Wire, Mosquito Netting.
ALL BRANCHES OF HARDWARE.
BANTSTER * POLLARD CO..
206-208 MARKET ST..
HOME OF GOOD 'HARDWARE.
SPECIAL, one week only: Coal tar. $4 50
per bbl.; 2-ply roofing felt. BOc per roll;
3-ply roofing felt. 70c per roll: 1-ply roofing
felt. 75c per roll; roof and bridge paint, 65c
per gal.; Glazier’s putty, $1.15 cw-t.; green
shingle slain. 75c per gal- Above prices at
our yard for cash only. Eat. J. G. HETZEL,
07 Maine st.. Newark.
FOR SALE—Drug store. N. J.. 17 minutes
from 130th ferry; average $30 per day;
real money-maker; If you have $2,000 rash
and mean business we have the host propo
sition on market; no misrepresentation. I.
SMITH, nows stand Inside of W. 130th st.
ferryhoufS, New- York.
I sold, rented, repaired: sup
plies, wholesale and retail.
CANFIELD. 199 Market at.
ALL SIZES OF SECOND-HAND
LEATHER BELTING
Van Riper Mfg. Co., Paterson, N. J. Tel. 330
O'ROURKE SHEET METAL CO.#
VENTILATION AND HEAVY
SlU-’UT METAL WORK.
26-30 HOUSTON ST.
Phone S0S1 Market. NEWARK. N. J.
FOR SALE CHEAP—14.000 shares of A. I,.
Winner & Co., California gold mining and
oil stocks and bonds. Address SAMUEL
HOWARTH, 3 W. 30th st.. New York.
CANVAS COVERS.
HORSE BLANKETS, POT STOVES.
WALSH'S SONS A CO.,
PARSATC AND CLAY STS.
20 YEARS established tinsmith's Jobbing
shop for sale cheap, with or without
building. REICHOLD. 4238 Atlantic av.,
Woodhaven, N. Y.
I PAY hlghept cash for entire contents of
stores of all descriptions: also all kinds
of fixtures. J. NEIMAN, 844 Fifteenth av
A8CHENBACH. 340 Plane st.. repairs bags,
suit cases, harness and collars. Headquar
ters for tentp. etc., etc.
CHTCKENS, ducks and bantams for sale, at
620 North Third st. All are laying; call
ns soon as possible.
FOR SALE— Small R. Hoe A Co. cylinder
press. In good condition. ALBERT W.
MUS, printer, 133 Pacific fit.
OoeL
LETTTOH and free-burning coal for family
use: pen, buckwheat and bituminous, for
steaming; George's Creek. Cumberland, for
smithing, foundry, furnace and crushed coke.
Mall orders promptly filled. Phone Market
4477, 447S.
JOHN O. MERTCT.E CO
28 Prince street.
Dog*.
FOR SALE—White toy silk poodles: small
est and best In the city: age 2 months;
price reasonable; also white and tiger Angora
kittens. Address 570 Hawthorne av.; Clin
ton car to^ Eighteenth st.
Household Goods.
INGRAIN enrpet, $1.50: bureau. $5.50; par
lor suit. $5; couch. $3.50; Iron bed. mat
ting, lot storage goods, cheap. 20 Rrldge st.
Machinery.
MACHINERY.
A FULL LTNE OF MACHTVE TOOT.*.
WOODWORKING MACHINERY, JEWEL
ERS* EQUIPMENT AND POWER trans
mission MATERIAL BOUGHT AND
SOLD. ENTIRE PLANTS OTTR SPE
CIALTY.
NEWARK SECOND-HAND MACHINERI
COMPANY.
03-105 CHESTNUT ST.,
PHONE 5410-5411 MARKET.
Phone 04R8 Market.
NEW JERSEY MACHINERY EXCHANGE
New and second-hnnd; high-class tools.
Plants bought. Our only Newark store. 340
Market st.
Safes.
SAFES, row being used by the city of Or
ange. will he sold cheap; two large Mosler
safes, purchased last summer tone with bank
er’s chest); also four medium sized. LANQ
DON HEARSEY, 18 N. Maple ave.. B.
Orange.
'Typewriter*.
We Sell, Rent and Repair AM Makes.
NEWARK TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
W Beaver st. Phnne Market 4430.
LONAS—PERSONAL.
LOANS
$10 and UPWARD
TO
HOUSEKEEPERS AND
WORKINGMEN.
COME IN
and let us explain the American system to
you. You will find us a surprisingly differ
ent Institution from the ordinary loan com
pany you read and bear about. We require
no assignments. Indorsements, references or
pledges. No one, even though a member of
your own family, need know of your bor
rowing. Call, write or nhone us.
American Loan Co.
787 BROAD HT. COR. MARKET ST.
Phone Market 2226.
Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
QUICK MONEY?
Everyone needs m<4ney at tills sea
son. Any honest man or woman may
obtain a loan from us ABSOLUTELY
WITHOUT DELAY OR PUBLICITY
at the following rates:
$10.00 loan, 8 payments $1.75
15.00 loan, 8 payments 2.50
20.00 loan, 8 payments 3.25
25.00 loan, 8 payments 4.00
30.00 loan, S payments 4.75
40.00 loan. 8 payments 6.25
50.00 loan, 8 payments 7.75
Call, phone 1237 Market or write.
Mutual Loan and Investment Co.
507-508 Visa Bldg., 665 Broad St.
Entrance Next to Childs’s Lunch Room.
Open Monday and Saturday Evenings.
Salaried People
DESIRING PERSONAL LOANS
upon their own names, without security
«or Indorsement, are requested to call at
,our office. Our management are capable
men, not women, who appreclata the
privacy that you desire.
New Jersey Finance Co.
SCHKUER BUILDING. 738 BROAD ST.
Third Floor, Tel. 808 Market.
Paoa Broker*.
ONE PER CENT.
on 120.00 and over.
Two per cent, on sums below.
Loaned on diamonds. Jewelry, etc.
Est. 1882. C. BIER MAN. 10 Cedar at.
Near Broad st., opp. W. V. Snyder Co.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Rat., 10 p. m.
AUCTION SALES.
ALL goods left over one year will be sold
at public auction on Friday, August 22,
1913. at 42 South Orange av„ 10 a. m.
B. VAN POZNAK, auctioneer. By order of
Philip Krlmke. 29 Academy st., city.
PERSONALS.
MRS. CARLSON wishes to see her old an$ ,
new lady patrons at 47 Orcha-d at. Hours,
8 to 10:80 a. m. and 2 to 5 afternoons; 7 to 9
evenings. Phone 8908 Market.
MEDICAL.
LADIES, consult a specialist on all special
aliments. Irregularltlcu. etc.; treated by a
licensed physician; absolute relief guaran
teed; lady attendant; private nursing ar
ranged If necessary. CHARLES LOW; ad
vice free; hours, 9-8; Sundays. 10-4; take
elevated, subway or surface cars to YV. »iflth
■t. station; EXPERIENCED SPECIALIST. 1
128 WEST tiVFH ST., near Broadkay. Naw
York city.
NURSE (graduate), best of doctor's refer
ences; confinement cases special: price
reasonable; telephone. Address MRS. E.
MORGEMOECK, 94 Orange st., Bloomfield,
N. J.
AUTOMOBILE*.
ACCOUNT death of owner compels Imme
diate sacrifice the following high-class late
model automobiles, Including Packard "30.”
foredore type seven-passenger1 touring car.
exceptionally fine condition, only used two
seasons, like new, $675; Hudson four-passen
ger pony tonneau, used one season. $026;
Rtevens-Duryea six-cylinder, seven-passenger
foredore touring car, splendid proposition for
private family or renting purposes. $550; also
Oakland two-passenger sociable roadster, gas
tank on rear, very little used, $500; the
above cars are fully and luxuriously equipped
and ready for immediate use. Inspected at
owner’s private garage, 457 Vanderbilt av.,
rear Pulton st. "L" station, Brooklyn. Phone
2168 Proapect.
NATIONAL AUTO TOP CO., manufacturers
of auto tops, slip covers and {rimming;
■pedal retrlrnmlng of limousines, landau
Isttes and tovrlng cars; orders promptly at
tended to at moderate prices; expert repair
ing. 45 Beecher st., comer Halsey st., near
Lincoln Park, Newark. Phone 1886 Market.
Automobile Painting
Tour machine painted .by experts: heet
grade of work done. Fore-doors and body
repair,, a specialty. T. F. RODGERS, 6
Atlantic st.
MEN—NEW COURSE. A CONST 14: AUTO
MOBILE INSTRUCTION; PRACTICAL
COURSE: LARGE EQUIPMENT; INSPECT
SHOP: BOOKLET. Y. M. C. A., 108 HAL
SEY ST.
ALL makes of auto radiator* and tamps re
built and repaired bv expert meetianlrs.
AMERICAN AUTO RADIATOR WORKS, 48
William st.. near Washington st.; tel. 2092
W. Market. ,
AUTO lamps, radiators, fenders and wind
shields repatred: no eompetltlon can beat
US. N. J. lamp WORKS. IS William at..
Newark; tel. 7244-W Market.
4-CYLINDER roadster. 1907 model, In good
running condition: bargain to quick buyer.
See MR. CLARK. Dlxon-Caaoado Pump Co.,
Badger av. and Runyon at., city,
MAGNETOS—D. U. 4 and D. R. 4 Roach,
cheap; all makes repaired, guaranteed.
MAGNETO TRADING CO., 80 William al.
ACME GARAGE—Auto repair shop: T-pa»
aenger eara to hire. 071 Sprlngflald av,
Tel. connection.
FULL T.TNE of new seconds at lowest prices
at the N J. TIRE EXCHANGE 288 Hal
sey st. Postal will bring representative.
Aafoi to Hire.
TRUCKS and touring cars for hire by the
hour, dnv or week: also furnish car and
teach driving: reasonahla price. I. H. C.
MOTOR EXPRESS CO.. 196 Halaey at.
'Phone 7S.90 Market.
TWO DOLLARS per hour hires new and
roomy flve-paasenger cars: Aahurv Park
and return *12 00 CARPENTER. 107 Rclle
vllle av. 'Phnne 1888-R Rranch Rrook.
FIVE AND P E VEN-P A8BENOBR PACK
ARD CARP FOR RENT. 440 CENTRA!.
AV.. EAST ORANGE. TELEPHONE ’AM
ORANOE
3-4-5-TON trucks to hire, trip. dav. week;
rontn^tors for moving household goods;
phone w postal for agent. 1795 R R. 009
Clifton av. HUGUENOT EXPRESS.
POWERFUL flve-pasaonger Bulck car to
rent; hour, day or week; verv reasonable.
ATTTO. 242 North 4th at.: tel 3A71-W. B. B.
PACKARDS—Rest and cleanest service: hour.
day or week PACKARD RENTING CO..
11 Fulton Pt.: phone 789 Market.
ONE-TON covered truck, by dav. week or
contract Jobs. competent driver. F.
WALSH. 109 Rank st.; tel. 4948 Market.
TAXIS and touring care: week-end tours and
Sunday trips at low prices. ROSEVTLLE
TAXT CO.. 25 North Ninth at. Tel 909 R. B.
NEW 5-paasenger cam to hire. MENTIS
BEDELL. 417 South Eleventh at.; te'i.
1123-W. Wnverlv.
PACKARD service cars rented, hour, dav
or week. II. R. RALL, gnrago 278-280
Tlalaey at. Phone 0988 Market.
WANT an auto for pleasure, weddings, etc.,
at the right price? We have big 7-pass,
cars. OEO. I,EE. 1180 B.B. and 3238-W R R.
FOUR TON truck to hire, by day, week or
month: rates on application. LANE
GARAGE. Ridge st. and Bloomfield ave.
WARREN PT, OARAOE—Storage, renting
repairing. 22 Warren pi. Phone 8225 Mkt.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES.
1913 Yale
Motorryclea ard bicycles: have a ride and
decide for yourself: Ynle rldero are lolly fel
lows; there’s a reason why we will take vouf
old machine and exchange for a new one;
we have some second-hand motorcycles that
have been thoroughly overhauled; cash or
time payments F. C. CORNISH. 219 Clint m
av.. opposite Elizabeth av.
THE Newark police are riding the 1913
Excelsior Auto Cycle because It proved
the beat In the official test. Why not you
ride the best? Sold for cash or easy pay
ments. Second-hand machines from $40 up.
Largest selection of bicycles from $’5 tip.
HAVERFORD CYCLE CO.. 945 Broad «t.
TIRES
Newark special (Hartford make!, $1.75 ea.
GOODYEAR RUBBER STORE, 202 Market
street.
OTCYCLE repairing In all Its branches;
brazing and vulcanizing a specialty; a
few good new and second hand wheels for
aale; get my prices. GEO. DITZEL, 141
Elm at.
IF you are looking for a bicycle. See us; all
newr bicycles 20 ppt cent, off: used bicycles.
$5 up; well-known tires fully guaranteed.
$1.75. BELMONT CYCLE CO.. 345 Broad »t.
SEE th* 1913 Arrow before having else
where. THOMAS D JACKSON. Sole
Agent. Clinton TI111 Cycle Co.. Badger av..
near Clinton.
1913 YALE, twin cylinder; flrst-daea condi
tion: ridden 300 miles. OETRBLBR’S
OARAGE, Wright st. and Frellnghuyaon av.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
FIRST AVENUE AND ROSEVILLE AVE
NUE SEWERS. WESTON AVENUE
SEWER. ADAMS STREET PAVING.
RUNYON STREET PAVING. Assessment
for benefits.
Notice i« hereby given that an assessment
upo i all the owners of all the land*, and real
bstate peculiarly benefited by each of the
following improvements, namely:
The construction of n sewer in
FIRST AVENUE.
between Nortli Tenth street and Roseville
avenue, together with a branch sewer in
ROSEVILI.E AVENUE,
between Second avenuo and Bloomfield ave
nue. according to the provisions of hti ordi
nance of tin* city of jNowork entitled "An
Oidlnance to provide for the construction of
a sewer in
FIRST AVENUE,
between North Tenth street and Roseville
'avenue, together with a branch sewer In
ROSEVILLE AVENUE,
between Second avenue and Bloomfield ave
nue," approved November H, 1012.
The construction of a sewer In
WESTON AVENUE.
between Frelinghuysen avenue and the Penn
sylvania Railroad, according to the pro
visions of au ordinance of the etty of New
ark entitled "An Ordinance to provide for
the construction of a sewer In
WESTON AVENUE.
between Frelinghuysen avenue and the Penn
sylvania Railroad," approved March 28, 1013.
Tho paving of
ADAMS STREET.
frem Chestnut street to South street, ac
cording to the provisions of an ordinance of
the city of Newark entitled "An Ordinance
to provide for the paving of
ADAMS STREET.
from Chestnut street to South street," ap
proved February 0, 1013.
The paving of
RUNYON STREET.
from Elizabeth avenue to the easterly side cf
Seymour avenue, according to the provlHions
of an ordinance of the city of Newark en
titled "An Ordinance to provide for tho
paving of
RUNYON STREET.
rrom Kfizaneth avenue to ine easterly nine
of Seymour avenue." approved May 10, 1912.
Haa been prepared by the undersigned
commissioners, appointed by the Mayor of
the city of Newark, anti that a report by a
certificate In writing, with an accompany
ing map and schedule, showing the several
assessments against the several owners pe
culiarly benefited as aforesaid, has been de
posited In the office of the city clerk of the
city of .Newark for examination by the
parties Interested therein.
Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts
and parcels of land and real estate liable to
be assessed as aforesaid, lying on both sides
of
FIRST AVENUE.
between North Tenth street and Roseville
avenue; on both sides of
ROSEVILLE AVENUE,
between Second avenue and Bloomfield ave
nue; on both sides ef
WESTON AVENUE.
between Frellnghuysen avenue and the Penn
sylvania Railroad; on both sides of
ADAMS STREET.
from Chestnut street to South street; on
both sides of
RUNYON STREET.
from Elizabeth nvenue to the easterly side
of Seymour avenue.
A "lot" represents an entire plot of land,
whether largo or small.
All person* Interested In said assessment
may be heard before said commissioners on
Thursday afternoon, the twenty-first dtay of
August, 1913, at the commissioners' room.
No. 4 (third floor), City Hall.
Dated August Ifi. 1913.
WILLIAM DIMOND,
JOSEPH HEISLER,
ADOLPH HOLZNER,
anglO-Ot Commissioners.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITY—A tower
with platform near top, on Jersey aide of |
Hudson, commanding view surrounding
neighborhood, dividing line between two
towns, and transfer point of various trolley
lines; tower fourteen feet square at bottom;
all four sides can be used as high as plat
form near top, on which electric display can
bo operated; population towns Intersecting
at this point eighty to hundred thousand; ex
cellent opportunity large concern; will give
contract for number years. ROBERT
OKIIME, 30 New York aUnion Hill. N. J
At MACAULAY’S
REAL ESTATE AND
BUSINESS PLACES SOLD.
IF YOTT WANT TO BUY OR SELL
SEE MACK. "THAT'S ALL."
1103 FIREMEN’S BUILDING.
_TELEPHONE 288R MARKET.
INVESTMENT 11.000 Secures legitimate
commercial Jobbing specialty business,
northern Jersey; party to take active man
agement; experience unnecessary; Income at
least $3,500; must Invest $1,000. but will
have exclusive control. L. G. R., Box 67.
Star offlcs.
PARTNER—Two ambitious young men to
act as salesmen; goods sold to department
stores; the season Is here; samples are
ready; a fortune in It for the right party:
about $1,000 each required; call day or
evening. 531 Twelfth av.
I AM obliged to sell my 12-room house, com
pletely furnished for housekeeping. In first
class condition; sickness cause for felling;
must be seen to be appreciated; rent $45;
receipts $117 a month; make me an offer.
474 Washington at.
CIGAR STAND—Stock. fixture*, good will,
lease. long established; finest stand in city:'
average business $^5,000 yearly: price asked
for all $0,000; offer Invited. K„ Box 100,
Star office.
GRAND opportunity, Brooklyn; old estab
lished *oda bottling plant, doing large
business; four double wagons, well stocked;
rent reasonable; must sell on account of 111
bealth. Inquire H. D.. 38 Star.
WOULD like partner with $300 to b\iy equal
share of an established business, the man
Is as Important as the money and should
have sale* knowledge or experience. J.,
Box 50, fitar office.
I HAVE a Inrge list of properties for sale
and exchange, also cash buyers for any
kind of business, stores, etc. Inquire Cross
town Real Estate and Insurance Office, D.
SINGER, 112 South Orange av.
LADY partner wanted to ,1oln two others In
pretty nursing home; qne-thlrd profit and
4 per cent, on capital Invested; slight knowl
edge of nursing required; capital $000.
WINKWORTH. Greenlawn. Long Island.
EXCELLENT opportunity, detective agency.
only ready buyer need apply. EASTERN
REALTY SALES CO.. Okln Bldg. Wash
Ington and Bank st*.; phone 8075 Market.
FOR RALE—Grocery and delicatessen, In
Brooklyn; good neighborhood; rent $25.
Inquire 101 Garfield pi., first floor, South
Brooklyn.
SALOON Three-story comer saloon prop
erty; would consider rwo-fainllv house,
about $4,500, In trade. F. BARTERS. 500
Hunterdon st
PROMOTER—With no personal capital, but
large country following of private Inves
tors. will consider financing a sound Indus
trial proposition. ENERGETIC, Box 0, Star.
for SALE- Grocery in Plainfield nt inven
tory: price about $1,500; several large gen
eral country stores Address LEEK, 52
Sherman av., Newark.
ATTENTION. LIQUOR DEALERS, FOR
SALOONS. Bps MACK,
HOTELS. Firemen's Building.
ROADHOUSES. That’s all.
GREAT BARGAIN, centre of the city; fe%
eral store with established trade; cause of
soling Illness of husband. 293 Market St.;
bank reference.
FOR SALE—Guaranteed paying road house,
with property If desired. Tf Interested
write for h 11 information to NEWTON J.
REYNOLDS, Lincoln Bridge, Paterson, N. J.
SALOON, good locality; sacrifice for $500;
good whiskey trade, KUTZNER, 02 Mar
ket st.
PARTNER wanted with $700 and services;
restaurant nnd rooming houses; appoint
ment. L. SMITH. 20 rieasant pi., Rrooklyn.
SALOON for sale; a nice coxy spot; muat be
sold nt once; good wine and whiskey trade;
$600. Address J., Box 5. Star office.
WANTED to buy small manufacturing busi
ness Particulars, A. J., 570 W. 180th st..
New York.
I,ADY with small capital; splendid oppor
tunity. Address Box 2, 208 Broadway,
Brooklyn
FOR SALE— Small grocery' and confection
ery store; reasonable. Call 6 Columbia st.
POOL parlor for sale: 0 tables; long lenso;
low rent. EAGLE. 1521 3d av.. New York.
CANDY, cigar and stationery store, 3 rooms,
for ssle cheap. 171 Howard st.
MILK, dairy store and fixtures for sale;
$100 for all: must sell quick. 08 Stone pt.
BUSINESS PERSONALS.
Clothe* Dryer* and Pulley
► Pole* complete, in and up.
3 We make the beet ladder* on
earth Call and *ee.
PORTLAND LADDER TO.,
180 Orange St.. Tel. BB4 B. B.
PRINTING AND MULTIGRAPHINO.
P. A L. service Is complete. We write
strong, convincing copy for booklets, folders,
etc.; arrange, design and print them well;
multigraph letters, compile mailing lists, ad
dress envelopes, wrappers, etc. I*et our
representative call and explain our service
in detail. Tho PRICK A LEE CO.. 828 Broad.
Reliance Mattress Co.
.332 Washington st. Phone 2887-W. Market.
For $2.25 we will renovate and sterilize yeur
feather or hair mattress. $2.75 more will
give you new tick of finest quality. New all
cotton mattress, $0.00. Cushions made.
GEO. HARRIS, expert chimney builder;
cleaned from top to bottom, $3 per flue:
chimneys built Jnd repaired; smoky chim
neys guaranteed to draw. 137 Bunset av.;
tel. 077-W. Mnrket.
FENCES.
Young's wire netting lawn fence; old
fences repaired. FRANK YOUNG, 102 Lit
tleton av.
Metal Ceilings and Walls
Ceilings, $8 up. FRED. J. ROCK. 17-10
Ellis av., near Clinton av. Tel. 3105 Wav.
RFLUOTJfl HAIR warts and moles
permanently removed without Injuring
skin. HARRIET ELLIS RENGLEB.S, 127
Fifth st.
UPHOLSTERING, all kinds; renovating or
manufacturing mnttresses, etc.; guaranteed
work; low prlcet. JACOB SALZBERO, 05
Ferry st.
FLAGGING—Sidewalks relald; cement
w'nlks; good work; low price. T. H. DER
MODY. 101 Halsey at., Newark. Tel.
3001 M. Market.
MERRITT METAL CEILING CO.
Ceilings and walls. 80-01 Arndemv st.
In business 20 years. Tel. 4088 Mkt.
.7^7 Metal Ceilings
THOMAS F. ALMOND. fiH Day «t., Orange.
ESTIMATES p.n(*no GUARANTEED
A4I0-.I. Mkt rVOOnilg WORK
NEWARK ROOFINO CO.. 2 Cottage at
CAPITAL wanted: fully protected: party
poearBeing enterprlae. Addreaa SCRIVEN.
RO Church at.
URAKH bedB and chandelier* reflnlahed to
look like new. AMERICAN CHANDELIER
CO.. 100 South Orange av.; tel. 1001) Mkt.
Circular Letter*. HI Cent* Per 100 Up.
NEWARK TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
0 Reaver at., Newark. Phnn* 44ftn Mkt.
LOANS—MORTGAGES.
I7.R00 MORTGAGE wanted at fl per cent.
on a $13,000 property. HONCE & DE BOI8,
Belmar. N. J.
HAVE client* desiring second mortgages.
Law offices of WILLIAM HARRIS, Na
tlonal State Rnnk bu'.lding. 810 Broad st
PHRENOLOGY.
CONSULT MME. LE ROY. Clairvoyant
Palmist; tells everything; advice on busi
ness, love, marriage. Location Broad and
Orange at*.; 46ft Broad s%; most convenient
entrance on Orange it., next to Lenox Lunch.
ENGLE, bom clairvoyant; good advice on
business, love, health and all affairs; tells
facts; good advice to the separated; horo
scopes a specialty. Hours, 1 to 8 p. m.
34 Centre st.
MME. KARL, ftfi Halsey st., near New,
back of Hahne's.
SEWING MACHINES.
BEWINQ machines repaired right in your
home. Bend postal to MR MITCHELL, 40
Thirteenth *v« or phona IC73-J. Market.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS. j
MTRON W. MORSE,
REAL. ESTATE-INSURANCE—LOANS.
740 BROAD ST. ISO THIRD AV.
RENTING A COLLECTING A SPECIALTY.
JOHN J. QUINN.
•»* PE8HINE AV. TEL. 3IIM R. WAVBRLT
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. LOANS. I
C. J KIKRAN
HEAT. ESTATE—INSURANCE— LOANS.
E»t. 1884. 22 Clinton 8t. Phone 8139
P. L. BRYCE,
Insurance. Real Estate. Loans. 810 Broad at.
REA I, ESTATE FOR SALE.
MR. HOMESEEKER, look at 34B Woodalde
av, a cl a any little home of white atucco
construction. containing 8 rooma. steam heat,
hardwood trim, g!iH and electricity; also
garage with electricity; too small for pres
ent owner; price, 18.(1.80. Onlv amall amount
of cash required. GEORGE F. HEWSON,
Ordw'ay building. 207 .Market at.
FOREST HILL BARGAIN—Adjacent to El
wood av.. a cl a say residence of 10 rooma.
parquet floors throughout, chestnut trim,
beam ceilings, panel walls, beautifully dec
orated; rna and electricity; also garage;
asking 99,000; open to reasonable offer.
GEORGE F. HEWSON. Ordway building.
207 Market at.
TWO-FA MTLY SACRIFICE—Adjacent to
Heller parkway and Summer av.; a sub
stantially constructed 2-famlly house, con
taining 13 rooma; steam heat; In perfect
condition; owner dealring going West, will
aaerlflce for $.3,500 or beat offer. GEORGE
F. HEWSON, Ordway building, 207 Mar
ket st.
ONT.Y ■ block from Washington av., a clnssy
little home of six rooms and bath, on a
lot 32x100, with large garden and chicken
house; present owner will sacrifice $3,400;
house hullt by owner for himself four years
ago. HEW80N, Ordway Bldg. 207 Market
street.
MODERN Indiana limestone two-family
house; every appearance of a private
dwelling; corner Avon and Treacv nvs.; 8
minutes from two l!m*s of trolleys; lot
47x111 feet. MONAHAN STONE CO.. Tlum
Point lane, Newark.
j $3,000 Birrs three-family houses 13 rooms.
Improvements; mortgage $3,200; must ho
•old; agents excluded from offer. 82 Seven
teenth av.
EMMETT ST., near Broad—Free and clear
lot; very desirable; no trading or exchang
ing. Address O. D. S.. Box 37. Star office.
BARGAIN—Three family house and store;
all improvements; brick stable and shed In
rear: lot 30x100; good for any business; must
sacrifice. Call Room 403. 1C,4 Market st.
FINE building plot. 100x100, Chadwick av.,
$2,800. F. PASTERS, 300 Hunterdon st.
New Jersey,
rRETTTKST house In Westwood. N. J.. for
sale on very reasonable terms; eight rooms,
hath, linen closet; every Improvement; nice
plot; photo and description Room 408, 30
Church st., New York.
FARMS and country homes my specialty,
vicinity of Lakewood. N. J.; state your
wonts for free catalogue. HARRISON
MATTHEWS. 102 2d st.. Lakewood. N. J.
Out of Town.
TEN ACRES of splendid soil; especially food
for truck, fruit, apples and other fruits;
good transportation, water, climate, roads,
reached hy stenrn and electric lines; every foot
good, tillable land; price 1200; weekly or
monthly payments. C. H. OIE8E, 142 Mar
ket st.
GREAT SACRIFICE-Fine two family brick
house. 18th st.. West New York; only
$4,300; house alone worth $5,000; little rash
required. WHITE, 328 Fifth st.. Union Hill.
CALDWELL—Choice lots. 50x150 and larger
Apply DR. WARREN R. MITCHELL. 738
Broad st., Newark. N. J.
Arlington.
ONE-FAMILY house, ft rooms and bath: nil
Improvements: hot water heat: garage;
lot 50x»5; many fruit trees; everything In
fine condition: price $3,260; 5 per cent, mort
gage; this Is a real bargain. E. HOI«
i-ANDER, Star Fan and Motor Works. 1*3
Chestnut st., Newark, N. J.
Belleville,
FOUR desirable lots on Dp Witt av.. 121.
122. 123, 124, near the high school and
trolley. Apply to GEO. A. CERMANN, 30
Walnut st.. Summit, N. J.
Kant Orange.
TTTTtEE of most complete cozy homes In the
market, located near Harrison at., In flrst
elflHs location, 8 rooms and tile bath, steam
beat, parquet floors, decorated; lots. 40x168;
price, $7,600 each; $500 cash, balance same
as rent If desired. FRANK n. TAYLOR, opp.
Brick Church Station.
Irvington.
THREE-STORY house: Improvements except
heat: lot 33x110; location Montgomery av.
and Twenty-first st . near Clinton av. In
quire 107 Montgomery av.
Lyndhnrst.
EXCEPTIONAL bargain: $800 cash buys *1x
room house. city Improvements. large
ground; $14 monthly covers Interest and prin
cipal; only $1,700. McOILL. Lyndhurst. N. J.
Seashore.
RUNOALOW and pottage sites $100 up;
cash or time; Prevent Park Heights ad
joining Atlantic Highlands: bonflng. bath
ing. fishing; money for building If desired;
man and particulars. Address THOMAS H.
LEONARD. Atlantic Highlands. N. .T.
norSE AND LOT WANTED.
HOUSE or flat wanted by painter and paper
hanger. where some work can be exchanged
for rent: will pay fee in advance. AMER
ICAN. lflO Peshlne av.
STORES AND OFFICES TO LET.
STORE to let with 0 rooms shove. 188 Msln
st., Belleville, Tins been s feed, grocery,
delicatessen and vegetable store for Inst 2.3
years; fine opportunity: nil newly overhauled;
rent reasonable. Inquire ftft Burnet st., New
ark.
DESIRABLE offices and desk spaces to let;
reasonable rates; Splngarn building, 188
Market st. W. J. EGAN, agent, real estate
and Insurance.
HALSEY ST.. 383- Toirge store and cemented
cellar, $.30 per month, or will lease entire
building If needed. VAN MOPPLES, «S71
Broad st.. Wlss Bldg.
HALSEY ST . 28 Store and building to let.
CARL F. SCHELLER. 83 Hnleev st.
STORKS WANTED.
WANTED -Store, with living rooms over,
modest end low rent; Newark or vicinity.
Address WOOD, 20 West 104th st.. New
York.
FACTORIES. LOFTS. ETC.. TO LET.
FAIRMOUNT AV., comer Springfield av.—
Fine place for any light manufacturing or
storage purposes; will alter to suit tenant.
Inquire AMSTERDAM. Plaza Theatre, 400
Springfield av.
I.OFTB
WITH POWEn A.Mn BTBAM HBAT.
4« I.AWTtEWF! ST
WABHT>TOTON W1I.SON
FACTORY Plenty of light and air Apply
T? Ht. Francis at., Newark, N. J.
STEAM bested light lofts on Market st.
GEORGE W CROSS, 820 Market ht.
FARMS WANTED.
WE can sell or exchange your farm*, coun
try homes or estate. Country Department.
LOUIS 8CHLEHINOER. Inc. Essex build
ing.
FIVE or six acres, with house; atate par
ticulars and lowest price for cash. J.,
Box fl. Star office.
FARMS FOR SALB.
FARMS, country home, gentlemen's estates.
New Jersey, Now York. Long Taland end
Connect lout. Country Department. LOTUS
BCHLEBINOER. INC., Essex build'.ng.
1 11 -J_ . - ■ . 1 1 ■■ .
OARAGES TJO LET.
GARAGE to let; new and up-to-date, grid
business for sale. Call 00 Marshall st.
RTARLKR TO LET.
BIX-RTALL stable; all Improvement*; to
rent from the, first of September. 230
Relmont av.
LODGE ROOMS AND HALLS TO LET.
LARGE hall and meeting rooms to let. In
quire ESSEX HALL. 320 Hank st.
MUSIC—POEMS.
SONG poems and musical compositions pub
lished immediately on (>0 per cent, royalty
basis, if available;' best proposition; write
us now. JOHNSON-LYONS, Music Pub
lishers, 90S Tenth st., N. E.. Washington,
D. C.
DWELLING HOUSES FOE SALE.
BRICK, large plot, for Ital. physician $8,750
One-family frame. 30 ft. front.$4,000
One-family brick, 7 rooma.$4,200
One-family frame, shed, stable, garage $0,000
Two-family, 0 rooms, rent $27.$3,200
Two-family, 11 rooms, rent $37.$4,800
3 one-family frame, great bargain.$8,400
N. J. Farm Exch., Real Estate & Const. Co.
188 Market st.. 5th floor. Tel. 8221 Mkt.
TWO-FAMILY brick house, Forest Hill sec- j
tlon, at your own terms, or will exchange
for lots; this is one of the best built houses
In Newark; Investigate. GILLEN CO., INC.,
seventh floor, Ordway Bldg . 207 Market st.
A 8MALL 2-family house; gas. tubs, toilet,
cemented cellar, good condition; 5 minutes
to railroad or Singer factory; cheap. In
quire 238 Clark pi. EUzabethport; owner.
A NEW three-family house, on Thirteenth
av. and Twelfth st.; all Improvements;
not much cash required. L. JAY. 1100 Ord
way building; telephone 7049 Market.
THREE-STORY house; lot 87^x105; Im
provements except heat; stable 20x24; for
sale cheap. Inquire 8 Chadwick av.
WEEQUAHIC PARK—New single-family
stucco houses, 6 nnd 7 rooms; steam heat,
electric and gas: hardwood trim and floors;
tile bath; price $3,000 to $5,500; easy terms.
HARRY M. COX, Ordway building. Phone
281(1 Market.
$2,800 BUYS one-family, 6-room house; all
Improvements; A1 condition. 180 Camden
■t., or 175 Thirteenth av.
Aberdeen, N. <?.
THREJf-BTORY house; Improvement* except
heat; lot 83x110; location Montgomery av.
and Twenty-first st., near Clinton av. In
quire 167 Montgomery av.
DWELLING HOUSES TO LET.
BELMONT AV., 660—Five rooma. flrat floor,
three family house. $18.
JOHNSON AV., 300-Five rooma, flrat floor,
two-family house. $18. Inquire
CLINTON PARK SOUTH L. A I. CO.,
800 Broad at.
BRUNSWICK ST.. 145—One-family brick
house, 6 rooms and hath; all Improve
ments; large yard. Inquire 12 Ellaabeth av.
CLINTON A V., 76—Brick dwelling-house;
fourteen rooms; nil Improvements. Inquire
STOUTENBUROH A CO.. 801 Broad at.
HOUSE, eleven flne rooma. two baths; fine
location, near car lines; steel garage; $05;
$00 without garage. 77 Custer av.
Out of Town.
TO LET at Orange, a ten-room house; all
modern Improvements, open plumbing; lot
40x108; 11 Essex av. first house south of
Park av., from September or October 1;
rent $50 JAMES 8 HOLMES, 118 Day at.
APARTMENTS, ROOMS AND FLATS
TO LET.
APARTMENT. The Myrtle. Sussex and War
ren st.—Five nnd seven rooms; all Im
provements; best location In Roseville. In
quire Janitor. Tel. 8482 Branch Brook.
A1 \ RTMENTS. Hinton av.. 4*»6 Five light
rooms and bath: nicely decorated- steam
heat, hot water and Janitor; $25*$27; first,
second and third.
APARTMENTS to let. six and seven rooms;
nil Improvements, m. ktrner, 08 Clin
ton av.
CORNER Elm and Union its.; four rooms,
bath; nil Improvements except heat; halls
furnished, cared for; $16-17. CLARK, 030
Broad at.
ELEGANT flat, six light, airy rooms; latest
Improvements; gas. electricity, steam heat
etc.; centrally located. JOSE GEORGE, 30
Ferry at.
FLAT TO LET—5 nice rooms and bath;
■team heated. -180 Clinton av., top floor.
Apply EMIL UHEY. 2 Stratford pi.
FOUR large rooms; all Improvements;
$11.50; five large rooms. $18. 114 Walnut at.
FLORENCE AV., 134. Irvington—8 rooms;
all Improvements; rent $25
FLATS—Tn city's business section: five
bright, light rooms, bath; no children; rent
$23; next City Hall. SCHELLER. 36 Frank
lin st.
FOUR-ROOM flat; some Improvements. 714
Springfield av., near Twentieth st.; $11.
FURNITURE moved, parked and shipped:
locked storage rooms; also buy household
goods and office furniture. H. HUNT, store,
t*R Orange st.; warehouse, 78 North Four
teenth at., East Orange.
NELSON PL., 46—First floor, seven rooms
and bath; Fair-mount av., comer Eleventh
av., first floor, 5 rooms and bath. Inquire
8 Eleventh av.
SUMMIT ST.. 65 Four rooms, rent $6.50.
MRS ROGER. 138 JofTcrson at., 4 rooms,
rent $10. 303 Mulberry at., 5 rooms, bath,
ell Improvements. $20.
WASHINGTON AND KINNEY STS—Four
nnd five rooms. Improvements, Janitor;
rent $20 up. Inquire superintendent build
ing. or BEYER. 1175 Broad st.
Oraav*.
UP-TO-DATE flat. 8 rooms, »11 Improve
ments; nenr trolley and railroad station.
Inquire 12 Elm st., Orange.
PATENTS.
F^AENTZKL A RICHARDS, patent law so
licitors of IT. S. and foreign patents, trade
marks, copyrights. 745-7 Rroad st.. Federal
Trust Bldg.; established 1885. Tel. 1841 Mkt.
PATENT BUREAU REICHELT.
845 Broad st. Newark, N J.
Branch office, nerlln, Germany. Foreign
patents a specialty, obtained and sold.
DRAKE A CO. Established 1885. Phone
2948 Market. Firemen's Insurance Co.
building. Broad and Market ats.
RUSSELL EVERETT. Tel. 1484 Market.
PATENT LAWYER AND SOLICITOR.
U. S and Foreign FTR^MEVS RTTTLDTVO.
MVDWIVEH.
MRS. DREWES, German midwife. 188 Mul
berry at., ror. Market st.—Ladles' private
nursing, confinements; high class experience;
home treatm't If desired- Phone. 8239 W. Mkt.
GRADUATE midwife—MRH. ORTJRICH. 58
Mouth Orange av.. Newark: ladlen’ private
nursing, confinements; treatment at home
Phone 815S-W. Market
FRATERNAL EMBLEMS.
FRATERNAL Fobs. Charm*. Bnttona,
Ring*, etc.; all leading aocletlea; ansmal
Inr and repairing; factory price*.
NEWARK EMBLEM CO.. R 820. «*> Broad
HOUSE MOVERS.
HOUSER moved anywhere, rained, eto.;
shoring and needling a specialty. IR
VINGTON HOUSE MOVING CO.. 3D Maple
av. Phone 8172-W. Waverly.
CLOTHING.
I AM buying and Rolling ladles’ and gents’
second hand clothing. C. CAHN, 117
South Orange av.
PRINTERS.
HIGH-GRADE printing at low-grade prices
rrOUTE. 69 Academy st.. Newark. N. ...
THE AD. FEIOE PRINTERY. 20 Warren st..
produces good printing: "no price fighters.”
PHOTO SUPPLIES.
"We have a reputation to maintain.."
Photo supplies at rock-bottom prices.
Special bargain* changed every day.
Photo finishing in 24 hour* guaranteed.
High class workmanship and materials.
COMMERCIAL PHOTO CO.
New Jersey’s Largest Photo Establishment.
355 Washington st. Newark. N. J..
"Call us up. Market 4080."
"Agencies everywhere. Look for yellow signs"
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
PIANO FOR SALE—Wls*ner upright piano
for sale, sacrifice, $25; must be sold this
week; party leaving city. Address PIANO,
Box 85, Star office.
NEW 9300 piano: sell at once for 9150; naver
used; guaranteed 10 years. Call 10 Elm st.
UPRIGHT piano, very cheap; good condition.
J., Box 7, Star office.
DRESSMAKING.
MRS. M. GASCHKE-MRS. F. C. HOPLER—
Fashionable dressmaking; lessons In dress
making four nights a week. UASCHKE A
HOPLER. 274 Broad st.
DRESSMAKING taught by MADAM
STOESSER; course, $5 per month; call
Wednesday, from 1 to 5. Address 717 South
Nineteenth et., city.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. I
WE will give you any information About
these or any other furnished rooms** Id
Newark free of charge. Inquire FUR
NISHED ROOM BUREAU. Star office.
—-- ——*4L. - s
APARTMENT, 11 Orchard st.; conns&tfad
and single rooms; light housekeeping; near
City Hall.
APARTMENT, BO0 Washington st.; 8 rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping; gas. tubs,
range, refrigerator, heat and hath; two con
necting rooms, with kitchenette, for house
keeping: sleeping rooms; reasonable.
AT the private residence of MRS. EDO Aft* B.
BOND. 138 Orchard at., a few respectAbla
ladle* and gentlemen can be accommodated;
table board; good home cooking.
BANK ST., 54—Large front and basement
housekeeping rooms, also sleeping rooms;
central.
BLEECKER ST., 110—Pleasant fumis$ie<l
rooms for housekeeping, single or con
necting.
BROAD RT., 270—Pleasant front rooms,
kitchenette; light housekeeping; front sin
gle room; desirable neighborhood.
BROAD 8T., 805—Single and double rooms,
opposite City Hall; Improvements. TYLBR.
CHESTNUT 8T., 39—Connecting room*,
complete for housekeeping; private house;
near Broad.
COLUMBIA ST., 64—Pleasant rooms; all Im
provements; with or without board; tablo
board.
COTTAGE ST., 10-11—Large front house*
Keeping room and small housekeeping
room, suitable for one; both furnished cum*
plete; all Improvements; Americans; reason
able to clean party.
EAST KINNEY ST.. "arT near Broad—Fur
nlshed rooms for refined people; all Im
provements; steam heat.
EIGHTH AV., 0—Small house; large fronIP
housekeeping room; all improvements.
FRONT room and bath, with prlvats fam
ily. 380 Clinton av.
FULTON ST., 18—Large front room* also
small room, second floor, central.
HALSEY ST., 332—Rooms, ll.BO up: Wuh
Ington st., 840, front housekeeping rooms,
also 2 basement rooms; impts.; reasonable^
Liberty st.. 44, housekeeping, $2 up.
HILL ST., 28—Clean, comfortable
room, suitable 1 or 2, in private
all Improvements.
JAMES ST., 61—Bright, airy single room;
all conveniences; reasonable.
JAMES 8T., 57—Bright, airy small frsnt
room: prlvatn; central; reasonable.
KEARNY, N. J.. 57 Woodland av.—Two
nice, light furnished rooms, with board,
suitable for three gentlemen; bath; good
table.
-—.——- - — i ■■i.i.ti 1.
LAFAYETTE ST., 40—Large and small
rooms; housekeeping; also sleeping rooms.
LAFAYETTE ST.. 175—With or without board
MT. PLEASANT AV., 243—Front room;
newly furnished; suitable for two; hQrpe
like and comfortable; reasonable.
MULBERRY ST., 219, cor. Green—Seosnd
floor; desirable rooms; running water, gna,
bath; rooms for gentlemen, $1.50.
-luiil—
MTTLRERRY ST.. f>0—Nicely furnished
rooms, light housekeeping, $2; central.
NEW ST., 110—Single or connecting rootns,
for housekeeping; all Improvements; Rea
sonable.
NEW ST., 00 and 108—Single and connect
ing housekeeping rooms, $2.50 up; sleep
ing rooms, $1.50. ••t
NICELY furnished single and connecting
front rooms for light housekeeping. 89
Walnut at.
PLANE ST., 131—Large, airy front room.;
hot water; Improvements; near Central av.
PLANE ST.. 190—Two front rooms; all Im
provements; suitable for two.
PLUM ST., 16—Nice, atry single front room*;
gas and water.
ROSEVILLE AV.. 41—Large, pleasant front
room, nicely fumlahed; all conveniences.
STIRLING ST., 2T—Large, pleasant room,
suitable for one or two; all Improvements.
SECOND-STORY front alcove; convenient’ to
trolleys; also smaller room. 128 Sherman
avenue.
WALNUT BT.. 11. near Broad—Large Mnt
room to let; nice location; board optional.
WARREN BT., B2—Single front room; all
Improvements: central; reasonable.
WARREN RT., 72—Largo connecting house
keeping room, $8.BO; also housekeeping and
sleeping rooms, $2 up; all improvements..
WARREN PL., 9—Housekeeping or sleeping
rooms; water and gas; $1.25 to $2.50.
WASHINGTON BT.. 205 (Commercial Hotel)
—Furnished rooms; all Impta; rates rea
sonable.
FroNIKHEn KOOMH WANTElj’,
WANTED—Prom October 13 or November 1.
furnished house In Newark or the Or
anges; must have all Improvements and 8
or more bedrooms: willing to pay a good
price for the right location. B. W. STRAUS,
440 Frellnghuyaen av., Newark. n
BOARDING.
Hotel Kensington
EAST PARK AND MULBERRY STS.
Desirable rooms, with or without board,
at reasonable rates: home cooking; good
•endec C. JOHNSON. Prop. Tel. WOT
Market.
FOREST HILL. T«ke at., T75— Attractive
room for two. with board; also two smaller
rooms: all Improvements and fine location.
Plion* 1238. H?anoh Brook.
LA PTES' home, limited to si*; home com
forts; all modern Improvements; fine, loca
tion; terms reasonable. 447 Summer av..
NELSON PL., 16. near Court House—Large
and small rooms; all Improvements; also
table bdnrd.
GROVER HOUSE HOTEL. Caldwell. N. J.~
I.nrge. airy rooms; eacellent table; reason
able rates.
Oof of Tows.
GROVER HOUSE HOTEL. Caldwell. N. Jt —
Large, airy room; fine grounds; home
tnblo; every comfort.
BOARD WAITED.
THREE yetmg men desire board with pri
vate family, either In city or suburbs,- with
access to Jersey Central station, Newark.
K., Pox 20. Btar office.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE or INTENTION.
BOARD OF STREET AND WATER COM
MISSIONERS.
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the
Board of Street arul Water Commissioner* of
the city of Newark, at a meeting held the
14th day of August, 1913, and approved by
the Mayor of the city of Newark on the 15tu
day of August, 1918:
Public notice Is hereby given that It !« th*
Intention of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioner* of the city of Newark, under
and by virtu* of provision* of the act eo
titled “An act to revise and amend the
charter of the city of Newark,” approved
March 11, 18157, and the supplements thereto,
and the act creating the Hoard of Street and
Water Commissioners of the city of Newark,
approved March 28, 1891, and other public
laws of the State of New Jersey, to order
and cause the construction of a system of
sewers to be used for house sewage only In
GROVE TERRACE,
between West Eud avenue and Columbia ave
nue; the sewer from West End avenue to
Carolina avenue to be twelve (12) Incl? pip*
and the balance ten (10) Inch pipe; together
with eight (8> Inch branch sewers In
CAROLINA AVENUE,
between Laurel place and Morris avenue;
MELROSE AVENUE,
between Grove terrace and Morris avenue?
MORRIS AVENUE.
between Carolina avenue and Melrose av«.
nue;
VERMONT AVENUE. -
from the term!nu* of the present sewer south
of Laurel place to the Irvington Towp lipo;
ISABELLA AVENUE.
from the terminus of the present sewer fourth
of Plymouth street to the Irvington# .Tora
Line, ami *«l *
COLUMBIA AVENUE. • '
from the terminus of the present sewe*’ hod Ml
of Plymouth street to Grove terrace, together
with all the appurtenances necessary to com
plete the same. These sewers to be in
structed with house connection* to the curb
lines In accordance with the provisions ‘of
Chapter 107 of the State Lawn of 1896, iAhI
to be known and designated as “Grove Ter
race Hewer* and Branches.”
Such persons as may object thereto ara
requested to present their objections in wait
ing to the clerk of said board, at the etfti
of the Board of Street and Water Commit
sloners. City Hall, Newark, ou or before fbo
expiration of si* days from dat* of t|i*
nut!.-©. I
By direction of the Board of Street an4
Water Commissioners of the city of Newafk*
M. R. SHERRBRD. J
Chief EngUMI »
Newark, N. J., August 19, 1913. augl6-f(

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