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PRACTISE ON FOR
GOLF TITLE PLAY
-—
Premier Amateurs Will Meas
ure Strokes in National Cham
pionship Tourney.
Amateur golfers began whetting up
their strokes today over the links of
the Garden City Golf Club, on Iking
Island, where the national amateur
tournament commences next Monday.
Entries for tho championship close
tonight, but the list probably will not
be made publio until the middle of
the week
It is known, however, that the Held
will be one of the finest the amateur
national tournament has known.
There will be Jerome Travers, holder
of the title, his ancient foe, W. .1
Travers; the brilliant young Chicago
player, Charles Evans. ir.; Abe
Mitchell, the famous British player,
and Norman Hunter, u Scottish In
ternationalist. The absence of War
ren Wood, tho Western champion,
will somewhat weaken the Western
contingent, but with Evans. Paul
Hunter, and Mason Phelps. Chicago
will have some promising contenders.
New England will have some likely
candidates in Heinrich Schmidt, who
took Harold Hilton to the nineteenth
hole in the British amateur last
soring, and Francis Quintet. one of
the beet Massachusetts golfers.
John ,1. McDermott, the national
open Champion, won the open g df
tournament of the Shawnee Country
Club at Water Gap. Pa.. Satur
day. The Atlantic City golfer
turned in a score of 293 for
the 72 holes. Alee Smith, of Wykagyl.
was Recond. eight strokes lower than
McDermott. Mike Brady, of Wol
V laston. tied for third and fourth
mpney with Tom Anderson. Jr., of
OStrmont, both completing the tour
nament in 305, The renowned Harry
Vardon. of England, had to he con
tent with fifth place, a stroke behind
Anderson and Brady, while Edward
Rat , the other foreign visitor, came
In for a triple tie with Tom McNa
mara, of Boston, and Fred Mel/eod,
of Columbia, their totals reading 308.
Probably the most gratuitous slap
ever administered publicly to foreign
sportsmen visiting in this country
was handed to Vardon and Ray Sai -
tirda.n afternoon at the close of the
Shawnee, Pa., tournament, by John
McDermott, national open golf cham
pion. About 500 persons gathered for
the award of the prizes. After Mc
Dermott had been given his medal
and cash, as the first prize winner,
without invitation, he mounted a
chair reserved for the master of cere
monies and said: "We hope our for
eign visitors bad a good time, but
wc don't think they did, and we are
sure they won’t win the national
open." The Englishmen’s faces flushed,
hut they said nothing. The rebuff,
coming as it did from the tourna
ment winner and twice national open
title holder, who has twice been
abroad and met with a cordial recep
tion there, gathered double force.
Nothing else was talked about Sat
urday by the professionals as they
gathered on their homeward ways,
the homebreds. of whom McDermott
la one. If possible, being more indig
nant over the affair than the foreign
born pros
fine of the Incidents of the week
k ill be the arrival in America of Bonis
T'other. the French professional, who
kill represent Ills country in the na
tional open championship at Brook
line. Vardon and Rav have a few
dates out West to fill before liradlng
Tor Boston. It is now considered im
probable that Arnnud Massy, of Ba ;
Boulle. former champion of both i
Great Britain and France, will come
to America this year. Abe Mitchell,
the British amateur; Bord North
clilTc, who is sponsor for Vardon and
Rny. and several well-known British
golf writers, will arrive late In the
week.
Nearly all the golf clubs in tho
Smith are expected to be represented
in ;i southern golf tournament, which
will be held here on September It,
12 and 13, on the links of the Chero
kee Country Club. All members of
e)ubs belonging to ihr Southern Golf
Association arc eligible to enter the
tournament. -
Mrs. Charles A. Woodruff, with a
gross score of 9ft. established i new
record for the women players over
tho Fores! Hill Field Club links Sat
in day. Mrs. Woodruff went out in
49 and returned in 41. The special
Competition of the day was an cigh
teen-liole medal play event. Han
ford Ayres had the lowest score,
with 9ft. whll • his handicap was 22.
This gave hin a net total of 68. IT.
T>. ('ashman. K. K. Brown and G.
Rhappees wen- tied with Ayres for
first place, however, although they
bad net scores *»f 21. Cushman,
Brown, Hhappes and Thomas Allsopp
were tied for honors in the sweep
stakes.
The finals of the August cup will
take place next Saturday between
W illiaro 1. Allsopp and Alfred Sykes.
Allsopp defeated Count Olozagn. and
Sykes trusted William W. Lyons in
the semi-finals Saturday.
11. G. Plimpton, with 69, was high
In class A: W. L. Con well, with 71.
was best in class B, and H. Cock
fchaw, with 68. carried off honors in
class C, in the handicap event in three
classes at the Montclair Golf Club
links Saturday.
K. Beggs von in class A with 7?.
and <\ A. Warner in class B. with
7u. in an eighteen-hole handicap
medal play in two classes at Glen
Bingo Saturday.
VVILF. TRY I.ONft SWIM
BOSTON. Aug. 25.—Sump tltne be
tween now ami September 5, an t In !
fill probability It will be on I«ibor
Pay. Sam Richards. ,tr., Boston’s
peerless long distance swimmer, will
sttempt to swim from the Battery,
New York, to Sandy Hook, and if
Successful In that half of the nc
complishment will turn annul and
attempt to reach the Batferv once
more.
PHILA. STOCK MARKET
The following quotations wore fur
nished by Eiscle & King: Bid Asked.
American Ry Co. 88 89
American Gas 5s. S3% 84
Cambria Iron. 40% 41%
Cambria Steel. . 45% 46%
Electric Storage com. 47% 48
Electric & People’s 4s. 84% 85
General Asphalt com.. 36 36%
General Asphalt pf. 73 74
Interstate 4s. 58 59
Keystone Telephone com.. 12% 13
Lehigh Navigation stock.. 85 _
Lehigh Navigation tr ctfs.. S5 _
Lake Superior Corp. . 26% 27
Lehigh Valley Transit pf.. 33 34
Mi'ling . 1 l%s
New Jersey Con Trac..- 72 72%
New Jersey Con Trac 5s... 100 101
Newark Pass 5s. 103% 104
Phi la Rap Trans stock.. 22% 23
Philadelphia Co com. 42% 44
Philadelphia Co pf . 43 44
Philadelphia Electric . 21% 22%
Philadelphia Electric 4s... 80% 81
-Philadelphia Electric os.... 102 102%
Philadelphia Traction - 82_ 82%
Reading General 4s . 94% 95%
Tenopah Mining . 4% o
Tjanopah Belmont . 7 7%
United N J Ry & Canal.. 224 226
I'nlted Gas Imp . 84% 85%
"Tfnlted Railway 5s . 74Z 75
l'aited Railway os .r 74% 75
Warwick I & S .. 10 10%
rw
Shading of Some Prices Takes
Place at End of
Day.
, NEW YORK, Aug. 26—Although
trading was not heavy at the open
ing today material gains were made
by the leading stocks. St. Paul, the
strongest stock advanced IV4, on the
first transaction.
11 a. m.—Some indecision followed
the Initial rise when profit-taking be
came effective in Union Pacific and
New Haven turned weak. Later the
market reached its highest level with
some of the specialties unusually ac
tive and strong. Steel and Canadian
Pacific gained 1. American Locomo
tive continued to reflect the influ
ence of Us favorable, annual repor.
by rising IVfc.
Noon— Pool operations were instru
mental in bringing some specialties
to the front. Bonds were steady.
1 j>. m.—Profit-taking caused ball
point reactions In the leaders and
put a stop to tile activity. The sus
tained advance in cotton futures also
operated against a continuance of
the rise. Can shares were bought
heavily and moved up steadily, de
spite the saR in prices elsewhere.
2 p. m.—Dividend gossip attended
the free buying of the local tractions.
Interborough-Metropolitan preferred
and Third Avenue gained a point.
.'I 1>. m.- The market closed steady.
Weakness in less active stocks passed
unnoticed by the general list until Just
at the close, when some shading of
prices occurred here and there. Balti
more and Ohio gave way 1 and Bis
cuit 2 points. New Haven got down
to 9«%.
N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
Following are the quotations of the
days prices, as furnished through
Byrne & McDonnell, members of the
New York Stock Exchange:
Open. High. Low. Close,
Amal Copper 73% 74% 73% 73%
Am Can . 33*% 35 33% 34%
Am Can pf. 94% 97 94% 97
Am Car & F... 45% 46 45% 4fi
Am Cotton Oil.. 45% 45% 45 45
Am Locomotive 34% 35% 34% 35%
Am Smelting.... 67% 67% 67% 67%
Am Smelting pf 109 199 190 109
Am Woolen pf.. 78% 78% 78% 78%
Anaconda . 367* 3678 36% 36%
At. T & S Fe... 96% 96% 95%» 96
Balt * Ohio. 96% 96% 95% 95%
Brooklyn R T... 88% 89% 88% 89%
Canadian Pac... 220% 221% 229% 220%
Central Leather. 2378 23% 2378 23%
Ches & Ohio. 60 60 59 59%
Chic. M & St P. 19774 1077- 106% 196%
Clllc & N W. 139 130 130 130
Con Gas.. 131% 131% 131% 131%
Brie . 28% 28% 28% 287*
Erie 1st pf .... 46% 4678 46% 46%
Gt Northern pf . 127 127% 127 12778
Illinois Ceil - 108 108 108 108 .
Inter-Met . 16% 16% 1674 16%
Lehigh Val .... 154% 154% 154% 154%
Mo Pacific . 31 31% 30% 31
Mo. Kan & Tex 23 23% 23 23%
National Lead.. 49% 49 78 49 78 4 9 78
N Y Central. 98% 98% 98% 9878
North Pacific .. 111% 111% 1117s 111%
Pennsylvania ... 112 113 113 113
People's Gas ... 114% 114% 114% 114%
Reading . 16178 16278 161% 16178
Rock Island. 1778 17% 17% 1778
Rock Island pf. 277- 27% 27% 27%
Southern Pac... 90% 90% 90% 90%
Southern Ry- 24% 247* 24% 2478
Third Ave . 3878 2,9 38 38%
Union Pac . 153% 153% 153% 1539*
U S Rubber.... 61 61 61 61
U S Steel. 63% 0478 6378 64%
V S Steel pf.... 108% 1087* 1087* 1087*
Westing Elec .. 7178 71% 717, 71%
LOCAL SECURITIES
The hid and naked urlcea (intruded
air furnlahed (kroiiuh Elarlr it Kill!
ELECTRIC. OAR. BTC.
Rid. Aikad.
Celluloid Co. 128
Con Trac of \ .1. 71‘4 72Vj
Ehicx A Hudaon Gaa. 130
Hudaon Co Gaa.128
Newark Con Gaa. 94
New Jeraey Zinc Co.480
Public Service ctfa. 103 10314
Public Service Stock. 100 . .
Rapid Transit 8t Ry Ce.288 ...
Rinser rdf* Co.290
I South Jersey Gaa. 125
BANK STOCK. '
• Ity Trust Co. 1(10
Eaaex Cp National Bank. 800 HOB
Federal Trunt Co.284
Fidelity Truat Co.710 ...
| Ironbound Truat Co.210
Manufacturer!’ Nat Bank.270
Merchant!’ Nat Bank. 285 208
Mutual Tmat Co of Orangea.... 188 1TO
Newark Tmat Co...100
Nat Newark Banking Co.888
National Rtata Hank. 220 280
North Ward Nat Bank. 800 400
Union National Bank. 870 ...
Washington Truat Co. 170
West Side Trust Co.285
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
American Fire.OtO
Amer'can Life. 800 ...
Colonial Life. 888 ...
Firemen a Insurance.490
Newark Flra.§70
Prudential .800
BONDS
Con Tract l«*t 5a. 1933. 100
Hudson Co Gaa 1st 5a. 1949. 10U4 101*;
.1 C, Hob dr Pat 4s. 1049. 7« 7ft':.
Newark Con Goa con 5«. 1948.. 102% ...
Newark Gaa Co 1 at flu. 1944_120
N .1 St By 1st 4v 1948. 77' a 7R'fc
O 4k Pa* \*al 1st lie. 1938. 95
Public Serv Gen Mort 5a. 1950.. ...
South Jersey Ona 1st 5a. 1953... 97H ...
United Elec Co 1st 4a. 1949. 78% 70
PRICES^OF BONDS
The following quotations were fur
nlshed by Post * Flagg.
Open.lligh.Low. Close.
A tell 4s . % .
Atoh Oft r.s. TO7* .
At Const Line 4s 90%.
H & O cv 4%».. 92% 92% 92% 92%
Hnth Steel fei- 91% .
<' $ O evt 4%s.. 79% .
Chi. B &Q 4s.... 94% .
C.M * StPev4%s 10.1 .
t’.KI & P elt 4s 57 .
Distil See 5s... 59% ...
Erie 1st eon 4s. ST .
Tnter-Met 4%s.. 76% .
L. Shor 4s 1931.. 91% .
Daks Shore 4s. 92 .
I. & M 7s . 118 .
N Y C & 8 I. 4s 94% .
V Y Central 3%s S2% .
Tj Shore 4s 1931. 91% .
Pa ret 3%s. 1915 97 .
Heading is . 94®. .
San A & A P Is. 82 .
Seaboard ndj 5s. 75 .
So lly 4s........ 75% .
South Hy 5s. .. 102®* .
Third Ay new 4s 80% .
Tex rfr Pae lsts.. 102% .
Union Pac 4s . .. 95% .
Union Pne cv 4s. 92 .
IT S Steel 5s.... 100®i .
1' S Rubber 6s.. 101% ..
\V Maryland 4s. 79% .
WESTERN WOMEN HOLD
LONG SWIMMING CONTEST
■ST. LOUIS, Aug. 25.—Fifteen out
of sixteen women who entered u two
mile swimming contest for women
only in the Mississippi river, finished
in fine condition here yesterday.
Miss Bernice AVirfs, of AVebster
Groves, won the race by covering the
distance !n 30 minutes 43 seconds.
She held the lead from the start and
finished fourteen seconds ahead of
Miss Hilda Sloessel, who finished
second.
Josephine Hose, the 9-year-old
marvel, who was officially barred from
the race because of her age. swam
Independently and came In sixth.
OLD~SOLDIER DROWNS
(Special to the A'ewark Star.]
BORDENTOAVN, N. J„ Aug. 25.—A
man whose name is said to be Michael
Tracey, and who was known here aa
the "one-eyed soldier," because of a
defective em was drowned when he
fell overboard near the mouth of
i 'rosswicks creek. He had been a sol
dier in the Regular Army.
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I_ REAL ESTATE |
TRANSFERS.
NEWARK.
Oraton Investment Company t«»
Meyer Lebrer. n cor laud Branford
st and Sherman av, 25x100.$1,350
BenjHinln Bornstein to Max Lowell
stein, e s Farley nv, 248 ft s fr
Avon av. 37x110. 1
Charles Bierman to Cedar Realty
Company, s w cor Fifth st anil
Montclair av. 100x270. 1
Walter D. Meeker to Elmer Day.
lots 42, 43. 44 and 93. map of Clin
ton Heights . 1
August Tmbensteln to Mabel Daly,
s s Orange st, 18 ft w fr n e cor %
land first party, 18x112. 1
Charles Buchanan to Peter F.
Christ, e s Pacific st. 143 ft n fr
Oliver st. 25x100. 1
TOWNSHIPS.
William If. Lester to Frederick
Feller. Belleville, e s Elcanoru st,
250 ft n fr flreyloek av. 50x100. 1
Agnes C. Keogh and bus to Otto
Mueller. Belleville, w s De Witt
ov. 60 ft n fr land John Williams
(deceased), 50x170 . 1
Julia I*. Chance to Felice Oalella.
Orange, e s Jefferson st. 124 ft n
fr (Hebe st, 32x125. 1
Charles A. Morel to Laura Morel,
Orange, s s Burnside st, n cor lot
14. map B. S. Williams, and 41
other tracts . 1
MORTCYLRH RECORDED.
NEWARK.
Selig Realty Company to Clinton Park
Smith Land and Improvement Company,
north side Weequahle avenue. 1 S3 feet
east from Maple avenue. $1,050.
Snme to saint*, north side Weequahle
avenue, 263 feet, east from Maple avenue
$1,060.
Frederick Young to William H. Wllliges.
east aide Maple avenue, 712 feet south
from Springfield avenue, $1,000.
Grand Amusement Company et al to
1 bird Ward Building ami Loan AbsocUi
tlon, northwest corner Littleton and Six
teenth avenues; mid other tracts. $15,000.
Sarah Furst el al to Bertha Jordan, i
east side Avon place, 301 feet south from !
\N avorly avenue, $600.
Peter F. Christ to Charles Buchanan,
east side Pacific street. 143 feet north
from Oliver street, $500.
Vincenzo Barbu to Elroy Headley, east
side Columbia avenue, 269 feet south from
Plymouth street, $300.
Samuel Meyer to Sidney Osterwell. east
side Norfolk street. 222 feet north from
Academy street. $750.
TOWN SHIPS.
New Jersey Realty Company to Anna
M. Gregory (executrix). East Orange, east I
side Whittier street, 133 feet, north from i
Edgar street. $3,500.
Same to same, East Orange, oast side
Whittier strdfct. 166 feet north from Edgar
Btreot. $3,5(H).
Otto Mueller to Home Building and
Loan* Association, Belleville, south side
Wilson place. 451 feet west from Quarry i
street, $2,400.
Felice Galella to Orange Valley Building j
and Loan Association. Orange, cast side
Jefferson street, 124 feet north from (Hebe
street, $1,300.
CONTRACTS FILED
These contracts were tiled in the
county clerk's office today:
Clarence B. and Lillian G. Illffe. of
Nutley. owners, with William Herke,
of Nutley, contractor, painting work.
$270; Colonial terrace, Nutley.
Harry Zuzuro, of South Orange. |
owner, with W. B. Newman & Sons, of I
South Orange, contractor, plumbing j
and heating work, $590: Tichenor ave- i
nue. South Orange.
J. N. Kennedy, of Maplewood, own- ,
or. with Lewis W. Butterfield, of Or- |
ange, contractor, hot water heating
apparatus. $525; Maplewood.
N. Y. PRODUCE MARKET
NEW YORK. Aug. 26. — Flour
Steady: spring patents, 4.6004.70; win
ter straights. 4.1004.20; winter pat
ents, 4.4004.60; spring clears. 4.00®
4.20; extra No. 1 whiter, 3.55 03.75;
extra No. 2 winter, 3.3503.50; Kansas
straights. 4.1304.25.
Wheat—Futures dull and easier on
fine weather and lower cables. Sep
tember, 0544.
Pork—Steady ; mess, 23.25 023.75;
family, 24.50026.50; short clear,
20.500 22.50.
Beef—Dull: mess, 18.000.19.00; fami
ly. 20.00 021.00.
Lard—Steady: middle West, 11.300
11.40.
Sugar—Raw , firm: muscovado, 3.23;
centrifugal, 3.73; molasses, 2.9X. Re-j
fined, steady: crushed, 5.10; tine gran- |
ulated, 4.70; powdered, ISO.
Petroleum—Steady; refined, New
York bulk, 5.00; barrels, 8.70; cases. ]
11.00.
Molasses—Steady: New Orleans
open kettle, 35055.
Tallow—Quiet; city. 6'*; country.
60 6% ; special, 674
Hay—Steady; standard. 1000103;
No. 1, 1050110; No. 2. 950100; No 3
80® 90.
Hides—Firm; Bogota. 29%W30%;
Central America, 20%.
Leather—Firm; hemlock firsts. 29® 1
30; seconds, 28029.
Butter—Firm, 7,269 tubs. Creamery
extras, 2884 0 29: firsts, 264402784; sec
onds. 250 26; thirds, 2344024; state,
dairy, finest. 2744; good to prime. 25
02644icotnnion to fair, 23024b; pro
cess, extras. 250 2544: firsts, 23 44 0
24b; seconds, 220 23: imitation cream
ery. firsts 24b025; factory, June |
make, firsts. '24; factory, current
make, firsts 230 23b; seconds. 22©
22b; packing stock. June make. No. 1.
22b; packing stock, current make,
No. 2, 21 b© 32; No. 3. 19b0 21.
Cheese—Firm, 2,296 boxes. Slate
whole milk, white and colored, fresh,
specials, 1544015b: average taney,
15; fresh, undergrades, 114401484:
skims. tb®13'4.
Eggs—Steady, 14.910 eases. Fresh ]
gathered, extras. 28030; extra firsts,
260 27: firsts. 24025: seconds, 200 23;
thirds and poorer. 10019: fresh gath
ered dirties. No. 1, 18© 19: No. 2, and
poorer. 10©17b; fresh gathered,
cheeks, good to choice dry, [email protected];
chocks, undergrades. 2.00©4.50; re
frigerator, special marks, fancy,
charges paid, 24025; seconds, 2202344;
state, Penua. and nearby hennery
whites, 28036; gathered whites, 23® I
34: western gathered whites, 22® 2S; 1
state. Penna. and nearby, hennery i
browns. 30®34; do. gathered, browns. ;
23080.
Poultry—Dressed, dull. Fresh killed j
western chickens. 17®22b: fowls, 15
01944; turkeys. 18® 20.
*10.000.000 BANK MKRt.KIt
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25,—An
nouncement has been made of the j
consolidation of the Union Savings j
Bank of the District of Columbia and .
the Commercial National Bank, the
latter taking the savings institution j
over. The combined bunking estab- i
Ushment will have assets in excess
of $10,000,000. The merger became ef
fective today.
“RHYTHM” CAUSES DISCORD
CHICAGO, Aug. 26.—The word j
"rhythm" almost broke up a spelling i
match arranged as one of the fea-1
tures of the outing of the Empire j
State Club yesterday at Ravtnla. It
was the first word given the twenty- 1
five contestants—all former New |
Yorkers now living in Chicago—and
not a person could spell the word.
The judges conferred and started
over again after promising that
“rhythm'' would not b« given again.
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LIST OF FIRE OON’TS
.
The vast army of Boy Scouts is!
studying a list of "Fire Don’ts" pre-1
pared by George D. Porter, director j
of public safety, of Philadelphia, j
"Firemanship Merit Badges" are hold |
out as an inducements for brave or
conspicuously quick-witted action in
tiros.
The list, which appeared in I he Sep
tember issue of the Boy Scouts' maga
zine. Hoy I-iifc, is as follows:
Don’t go into closets looking for
clothing with a lighted match.
Don't kindle tires in stoves with
kerosene.
Don't put hot ashes and coal in
wooden barrels or boxes.
Don't thaw out frozen water pipes (
with a torch or lamp.
Don't allow waste paper, excelsior i
and rubbish to collect.
Don't use gasoline for cleaning in a
closed room.
Don’t look for gas leaks with a
match or lamp.
Don't allow lace curtains near gas
brackets.
Don't allow oily rags near stoves
or about the premises.
Don't allow sawdust to be used in
cuspidors or on floors.
Don't throw waste patter in a fire
place.
Don't throw cigarettes or cigars
away Tf lighted.
Don't keep matches in paper boxes
or lying about carelessly
Don't use snapping parlor matches;
taboo them.
Don't forget that matches are the
beginning of many conflagrations.
Don’t hang your clothing near open j
fires or stoves.
Don't fill lamps after dark, and
never when lighted.
Don't allow rubbish in hallways or
on fire-escapes.
Don’t burn leaves and dead grass
on windy days.
Don't forget to have the chimneys
of your home cleaned once a year.
Don't fail to look twice at every
thing that looks like fire.
Don't leave everything to the land- ;
lord: inspect your own building. ;
Don't fair to notify the chief of the j
fire department anything you may
see that is dangerous and liable to
cause fire, remembering that every
j day is fire prevention day.
Don't fail to give the representative j
of the fire marshal or the firemen j
themselves every opporunity to make I
a careful examination of your prop- i
erty. They are trying to help you.
TWO AIRMEN KILLED
PARIS, Aug. 25.—Aviation claimed :
two more victims in France yester
day. While piloting a 90-horsepower
Bregi water plane from Lepecq t
Peuviile. Comte De Mantalant and
his mechanic, Metlvler. who was
travelling with him as a passenger. :
were killed as they were passing over |
the I lie I-acroix at Reuen shortly be- ;
fore noon. j
ESTABLISHED 1M1.
WARREN N.TRUSDELL&QO.
Dealers in Stocks and Bonds
Bank, cu and tnourance stocks « ■yrtnlty.
lllfh-grtd* Uroet mont •ocuiitVao.
766 BROAD STREET |
GIRL NAMES PASTOR
|*lHM‘ln! to the Xrwark Star.]
BROADWAY, N. J.. Aug. 25.—Be-,
cause of a written confession that
Harry Smith, treasurer of the trus- .
Ices anil heail of the stewards of the
Methodist Church of Broadway, oh- j
tained from Miss Bertha Van Syckle
the Hey. Harry VV. Farruday, pas- !
tor of the ghureh. lias been suspend
ed pending: a trial.
Miss Van Syckle is 15 years old, the i
prettiest girl In Broadway, aiid looks j
like a young woman of 19.
The Hev. Mr. Farraday moved Ills
family from Newark to Broadway In
April lust, after he had been ordained
and Broadway was given to him as
ids first pastorate.
B A Ml STATE M E N TS.
REPORT of the condition of JAMES V
PADl'LA, Private Banker, 218-222 Bruce
street, Newark. N.‘ J.t at the close of busi
ness August 9, 1913:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts. $7,711 00
Banking-house, furniture and fix
ture* .. 15.891 12
Other real estate. 78,838 70
Stocks and bonds owned. 10.025 00
Cash on hand. 3.509 10
I Hie from other banks. 10,542 61
.Morigage receivable. 500 00
Other assets . 30,890 02
$157,974 03
LIABILITIES.
Surplus fund. $55,048 02
Individual deposit1* subject to
check . 72,116 91
Various debits. 97 21
Other liabilities. 80,712 79
$137,974 93
| James V. Padula. being duly sworn on
his oath, deposes and says thni to the best
of his knowledge and belief the foie going
statement Is correct and true In every par
ticular.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
twenty-fifth day of August 1913.
MICHAEI, PADULA.
| Notary Public.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
! OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF STREET AND
WATER COMMISSIONERS OF
THE CITY OF NEWARK.
City Hall.
Newark, N. J.. August 21. 1913.
Scaled proposals will he received at this
i office from 3:15 to 3:30 o'clock p. m.. of
Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of August,
I 1913, and opened at the Irki named hour, at
1 a public meeting of the board, to be held at
said time and place, for furnishing to the
Department of Water of the Board of Street
and Water Commissioners not to exceed five
hundred <500) non-free«lng hydrant attach
ments.
A design of the hydrant attachment must
be submitted with the proposal.
Each proposal must be enclosed in a sealed
envelope, properly Indorsed with the name
of the bidder and of the improvement, and
dire* ted to tho Board of Street and Water
! Commissioners of the city of Newark.
Bidders will state their prices In writing
I as well as In figures.
The contract and specifications *»f the work
I can be examined nt the office of the chief
engineer of the Board of Street and Water
[ Commissioners at tho City Hall. Said pro
posals to he accompanied by tho consent, in
writing, of two sureties or a surety company
qualified to do business in New Jersey, who
shall, at the time of putting in such pro
posals. qualify as to their responsibility In
the amount of such proposal, and bind them
selves that. If the contra* t be awarded to
the person or persons making the proposal,
they will, upon its being so awarded, become
bis or their sureties for the faithful per
formance of said work.
The Board of Street and Water Commis
sioners of the City of Newark reserve to
themselves the right to accept or reject any
or all proposals for the above work, as they
may deem best for the Interest of the city.
By direction of the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners of the City of
v«wark.
M. R. SHERRERD.
aug22-5t Chief Engineer.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
HOARD OF STREET AND WATER COM
MISSIONERS.
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners
of the City of Newark, at a meeting held the
'21st day of August. 1013, and approved by
the Acting Mayor of the City of Newark on
the 22d day of August. 1013. public notice
Is hereby given that It Is the Intention of
t!ie Board of Street and Water Commission
ers of the City of Newark, under and by
virtue of provisions of the act entitled “An
Act to Revise Rnd Amend the Charter of
l the City of Newark.” approved March 11th.
[ 1NR7. and the supplements thereto, and the
act creating the Board of Street and Water
! Commissioners of the City of Newark, ap
proved March 2*th. ISPt. and other public
' laws of the State of New Jersey, to order
: and cause the construction of a ten «10)
| Inch pipe sewer In LACKAWANNA AVG
I NUE (south side), from Clifton avenue for
I ft distance of about 400 feot westerly. This
sewer to be constructed with house connec
tions to the curb lines, in accordance with
the provisions of chapter 107 of the State
, laWS of 1H06.
Also the construction of a twelve (12) inch
i pipe sewer In ORANGE STREET, between
! Jay street and Hudson street.
. Together with all the appurtenances neces
i sary to complete the same,
i Such person^ as may object thereto are
' requested to uresent their objections In wr!t
I Inc to the clerk'of said hoard, at the office
; of the Board of Street and Water Commis
' sloners. City Hall. Newark, on or before the
j expiration of six days from date of this
i notice.
Ey direction of the Board of Street and
, Water Commissioner* of the City of Newark.
M R. SHERRERD
Ch'ef Engineer
Newark. N. J.. Aug. 23. IMP._aug23-5t
Byrne & McDonnell
Members of N. Y. Stock Exchaage
776 Broad St.. Newark. N. 1
WILLIAM F. KING
MANAGER
rci.EPHort: taae market
OFFICE:
60 Broadway. New York
STAR WANT AbS. BRING
QJUJCK RESULTS.
C*.'., .VI .... \
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF STREET
AND WATER COMMISSIONERS OF
THE CITY OF NEWARK.
CITY HALL.
Newark. N. .1.. August 14th, 1913.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office from 3:15 to 3:30 o'clock p. m., of
I Thursday, tire twenty-eighth day of August.
I 1913. and opened at the last named hour, at
a public meeting of the board to be held
at said time and place:
For the paving of
NINETEENTH AVENUE,
from South Sixteenth street to the city line.
The following is about the amount of the.
work to he done, and the materials to be
furnished In the construction and completion
of said work, and upon which bids will be
compared:
Three thousand nine hundred (3,900 )square
yards ot bitulithic pavement on a six (0)
inch concrete foundation.
Twenty-five (25> lineal feet of 20 by 4 inch
four c.'t curb, ret ir concrete.
One thousand eight hundred (1.300) lineal
feet of old ,’our cut curb, reset In concrete.
Standard price.* will be paid for the fol
lowing:
One (1) set of 20 by 4 Inch four cut cor
ners. set in concrete.
Forty (40) lineal feet of new header curb,
set in concrete
Four (4) noiseless manhol** covers.
One (1) basin with connection complete.
Bids for the above pivem?nt must In
clude a price hid per square yard per year
for maintenance and repair of saicL pave
ment during an additional and •second
i period of five (5) years and under the guar
antee bond by a surety company or n bond
(with a surety acceptable to the Board of
Strepf and Water Commissioners, which may
be required et the option of the board at any
time before th expiration of the first five
years' guarantee.
I THE CONTRACT FOR THE WORK ON
I THE ABOVE STREET. TF AWARDED.
I SHALL HE AWARDED PROVISIONALLY
! BY THE HOARD AND SHALL IMPOSE NO
LIABILITY UPON THE CITY UNLESS
I SUCH AWARD SHALL SUBSEQUENTLY
I PE FINALLY MADE RY THE BOARD.
1 PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENTS OF PROP
ERTY BENEFITED ESPECIALLY BY THE
PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS IS TO BE
MADE AND PUBLIC HEARINGS ON THE
SAME HE HELD. AFTER WHICH THE
BOARD M\Y OR MAY NOT FINALLY
AWARD THE CONTRACT IN ACCORD
ANCE WITH CHAPTER 217 OF THE
STATE LAWS OF 1395.
Bidders are not to state any price for
! materials and work for which there a
! fixed amount provided for In the speclfica
I tlons.
Each proposal must be enclosed in a sealed
envelope, properly Indorsed with the name
of the bidder nnd of the Improvement, nnd
directed- to the Board of Street and Water
| Commissioners the City of Newark.
Bidders will state their prices In writing
as well as in figures.
Bidders must specify In their proposals
that, should the above work be awarded to
; them, they will bind themselves to finish and
| complete ihe same within forty-five f45> enn
I secutlve working days.
The plans and specifications o* the work
can be examined at the office of the chief
engineer of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners at the City Hall. Said pro
posals to be accompanied by the consent. In
writing, of two sureties or a surety company
I qualified to do bua<ness In New Jersey, who
: shall at the time of putting in such pro
posals. qualify as to their responsibility In
the amount of such proposal, and bind them
selves that. If the contract be awarded to
, the pe-son or persons making the proposal,
they will, upon Its being so awarded, become
bis or their sureties for the faithful p^r
- forma nee of said work: and that. If the
person n. persons omit or refuse to execute
| such contract, they will pay to the City of
1 Newark any difference between the sums to
I which l.e nr they would have been entitled
| upon completion of the contract and that i
which the City of Newark may be obliged to
pay the person or persons bv whom such
contract shall be executed.
The Board of Street and Water Commis
sioners of the City of Newark reserve to
themselves the right to accept or reject any
or ail proposals for the above work, as they
may deem best for the Interest of the city.
Bidders and sureties are hereby notified
that under the provisions of the aeventn
section of the law creating the Board of
Street nnd Water Commissioners, approved
March 28th. 1801. that the bond or bonds
to be given for the faithful execution and
performance of said public work shall first
he approved as to sufficiency by the board,
and as to form by the counsel of the board,
and no contract shall he binding on the city
or become effective or operative until such
bond Is so approved and the president of
the board shall have the power to examine
the proposed bondsmen under oath, if he
shall so desire, or shall be so Instructed by
the board, but the board will r .. Ire bound
by any statement that may be made by such
proposed bondsmen, .mt shall have full
power and absolute discretion In the whole
matter and this provision shall be referred
to *n any advertisement inviting bids for
such public work.
By direction of the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners of the City of Nwark.
MORRIS R. HHERRfiRD,
aug!4-12t Cider Engineer.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF STREET
AND WATER COMMISSIONERS OF
THE CITY OF NEWARK.
CITY HALL.
Newark, N. J.. August 14th. 1013
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office from 3:15 to 8:30 o’clock p. m.. of
Thursday, the twonty-elghth day of August,
1013. and opened at the last named hour, at
a public meeting of the hoard to be held
at said time and place:
For the paving and repaving of the fol
lowing streets nnd highways:
HBCKER STREET,
from Sussex avenue to Dickerson street.
LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
north of the Lacka wanna Railroad, from
High street to Nnssau street and from Nes
bitt street to Clifton avenue.
LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
south of the Lackawanna Railroad, from
Nestbltt street to the Intersection of Orange
street and Eighth avenue.
ORA.NOE STRF;ET.
from about 25 feet west, of the westerly curb
of North Fourteenth street to the boundarv
line between Newark and East Orange, on
both sides of the street railway tracks, with
the exception of one (I) foot on each side
of said tracks.
UNNAMED ALLEY.
located north of Park avenue, between North
Twelfth street and North Thirteenth street.
WOODSIDE PLACE,
from Arlingt »n avenue to Rummer avenue.
The following is about the amount of work
to be done and the materials to be furnished
In the construction and completion of said
work, and u*»on which bids will be com
pared :
HECKKR STREET PAVING:
One thousand four hundred and fifty (l,4R0i
square >ards sheet asphalt pavement on a
six (6) Inch concrete foundation.
Nino hundred (000) lineal feet of 16 by 5
Inch four cut ci rb. set in concrete.
Fifty (50) lineal feet of old curb, four cut
and reset In concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
lowing:
One (1) set of 16 by 5 inch four cut cor
ners, set in concrete.
Two (2) noiseless manhole covert.
: One (1) basin with connection complete.
One (1) manhole complete with nolaeiess
cover. ,
Bids for the above asphalt pavement must
include h price bid per square yard per year
for maintenance and repair of said pavement
during an additional and second period of
five years and under a guarantee bond by a
surety company or a bond with a surety j
acceptable to the Hoard of Sireet and Water
Commissioners, which may be required at the
option of the board at any time before the
expiration of the first five years' guarantee.
LACKAWANNA AVENUE PAVING,
north of Lackawanna Railroad:
Two thousand seven hundred and fifty
(2.750) square yards rapped, reclipped gran
ite block pavement on a six (6) Inch con
crete foundation.
One thousand and twenty-five (1.025) lineal :
feet of 20 by 5 Inch four cut curb, set in
concrete.
Fifty (50 > lineal feet of old curb, four cut
and reset in concrete.
standard prices paid for the following:
Four (4) sets of 20 by 5 inch four cut
corners, set in concrete.
One (1) basin with connection complete.
One (1) basin using old head and sill.
I One (1) manhole complete with noiseless
cover.
THE CONTRACTOR MUST USE OLD
I GRANITE BLOCKS FURNISHED BY THE
! CITY. AND THERE OLD GRANITE
! BLOCKS BEFOTE THEY ARE NAPPED
i AND RECLTPPED WILL BE DELIVERED !
! TO THE CONTRACTOR AT THE CITY
t YARD ON FRELINGHUYSEN AVENUE AT
THE RATE OF *30.00 PER THOUSAND :
BLOCKS. THE CONTRACTOR WILL HE j
ALLOWED TO NAP AND RECLIP THE
BLOCKS AT THE CITY YARD.
LACKAWANNA AVENUE PAVING I
south of Lackawanna Railroad:
One thousand six- hundred (1.(100) square
yards napped, recllpped granite block pave- I
ment or. a six (6) inch concrete foundation. !
One thousand and eighty-five (1,085) lineal '
feet of 20 by 5 inch four cut curb, set In j
concrete.
Fifty (50) lineal feet of old curb, four cut
r*.nd reset in concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
lowing:
Four (4< sets of 20 by 5 inch four cut
corners, set in concrete.
One (1) basin with connection complete.
THE CONTRACTOR MUST USE OLD
GRANITE BLOCKS FURNISHED BY THE
CITY. AND THESE OLD GRANITE
BLOCKS BEFORE THEY ARE NAPPED
AND RECLTPPED WILL RE DELIVERED
TO THE CONTRACTOR AT THE CITY
YARD ON FRELINGHUYSEN AVENUE AT
THE RATE OF *30.00 PER THOUSAND
! BLOCKS THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE
ALLOWED TO NAP AND RECLIP THE
BLOCKS AT THE CITY YARD.
ORANGE STREET REPAVING:
Two hundred and fifty (250) square yards
napped, reclipped granite block pavement on
a six (6) Inch concrete foundation.
One hundred and sixty (100) lineal feet
of 2^ by 5 Inch four cut curb, set in con
crete.
Fifty (50) lineal feet of old curb, four cut j
and r*set In concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol- ;
lowing:
One (1) set of 20 by 5 inch four cut cor
ners. set in concrete.
One (1) basin with connection complete.
One (1) basi l using old head and sill.
One (1) manhole complete.
THE CONTRACTOR MUST USE OLD
GRANITE BLOCKS FURNISHED BY THE
CITY. AND THESE OLD GRANITE
BLOCKS BEFORE THEY ARE NAPPED
AND RECLTPPED WILL BE DELIVERED
TO THE CONTRACTOR AT THE CITY
YARD ON FRELINGHUYSEN AVENUE AT
THE RATE OF *80.00 PER THOUSAND
DEATHS
ABEND3CHOEN—Entered into rest, on
Sundav, August 24, 1913, Minnie, beloved
wife of Anton Abendscboen (nee \oltzi,
aged 50 venrs S months 2 days.
Relatives and friends, also the New
ark Yuuger Macnner K. U. A. and! the
Women's Loyal Moose Circle No. 1-, of
Irvington. N. J., are most respectfully
invited to attend the funeral at her late
residence, 85 Chadwick avenue, on
Wednesday. August 27, at 2 p. m. In
terment in Woodland Cemetery.
BOWNE—Suddenly, at Franklin Park. N.
J., on -August 24, 1913, John Alfred
Bowne. . „ .
Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend the funeral services at his late
resilience, 81 Union avenue, Irvington
N. J., on Tuesday, August 26, at 2:60
p. in. Interment at the convenience or
the family.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
People’s Burial Co.
380 Broad St., cor 8th Av.
WILL FTTRNTSH FOR
$75.00
elegant casket, covered with flue black
broadcloth, white or silver gray plush with
massive bar handles, engraved nameplate,
lined with silk or satlri. outside case, em
balming. advertising. dressing. shaving,
crucifix, candelabra, gloves, chairs, hearse
and three coaches to any city cemetei'y- W#
furnish for
$45.00
a funeral that measures up to any trust
undertaker fOO.OO funeral. Funeral Parlors
free. j
PHONE 2B7 BRANCH BROOK._
Newark Burial Co
538 BROAD STREET
between Bridge and I om'nrdv st*.
For $65.00
•re agree to supply Black Broadcloth, Whit*
Pluah or Imitation Oak Casket. Handles.
Plate. Interior Lined Complete. Outside Pino
Box. Embalming. Newspaper Notice. Use of
Rug. Pedestal. Crepe. Camp Choirs, Hearn.,
Three Coaches any City Cemetery. Services
of Funeral Director*.
Parlors for funeral In connection.
»021P!MARKET 538 Broad St.
JOSEPH 3. MANGER.
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
Chapel for Service*.
Tel. 70.3 Waverlv. 489 Springfield av
GEORGE BRUECKNER’S SONS—Funeral
directors and embalmers. Office and funeral
parlors 18 Belmont av. Phone Waverly Htl.
CHAS. J. GUENTHER
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
Lady attendant. 199 Suisev av. Tel. 1985 B.B.
WM. F. MULLRC.
UNDERTAKER
2SO Lafayette at. Phone 080 Market.
FRANK A. FOLEY.
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
102 Lafayette st Phone 5788 Market
JAMES I CAFFREY.
Est. 1889. Undertaker.
44 Thomas at. Tel. 770 Waverly.
T. J. CALLAN.
Funeral Director and Embalmer
28 Central av. Tel. 848.
CEMETERIES.
Glendale Cemetery
Franklin av. and Joralemon st.. Bloomfield.
N J. Be-t located and finest kept, with per
petual care to lot owners free: plots of 4
grave*. $80 up: single graves. $18. ‘Phone
125.3 Bloomfield.
FLORISTS.
LEiBSSLE, florist and funeral designs a
specialty; seeds and plants of all descrip
ttone. 45i» Eighteenth a\ Tel 12U5-W
Waverlv
WEDDING BOUQUETS, baskets and funeral
design*. H. FRANK BUOB. 70 .Tone* st..
ntar Springfield av.: 2880-J. Market.
LOST AND FOUND.
ADVERTISE LOST OR FOUND
ARTICLES
THE LAW
’ A person who finds lost property under
circumstances which give* him knowledge o*
means of inquiring as to the true owner
and who appropriates such property to
own use or to the use of another person who
Is not entitled thereto without having first
made every reasonable effort to find the
owner and return the property to him Is
guilty of LARCENY.”—New Jersey State
law.
FOX TERRIER, whito, with black ears and
spot at tall; has scar on wide: answers to
name of Spot, gone since Wednesday. Au
gust 20th. Liberal reward if returned to C.
A. BI/OOD. Warren st. and Central av.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
BLOCKS. THE CONTRACTOR WILL I’.E
ALLOWED TO NAP AND RECLIP THE
BLOCKS AT TILS CITY YARD.
The old paving atone to remain the prop
erty of the city, and muit be taken to the
city yard In Frsllnghuysen avenue by the
contractor.
UNNAMED ALLEY PAVING:
Five hundred (600) square yards oblong
granite block pavement on a six (fit inch
concrete foundation
Two hundred and ten (210) lineal feet of 1
16 by 6 Inch four cut curb, set In concrete.
Standard prices will he paid for the fol
lowing:
One (1) set of 16 by 6 Inch four cut cor
ners, set In concrete.
One (1) basin with connection complete.
One (1) manhole complete.
WOODS! DE PLACE PAVING:
Three thousand three hundred (3,300>
square yards brick pavement on a six (0)
Inch cone?etc foundation.
Flt?v (50) lineal feet of 20 bv 4 Inch »our
cut curb, set In concrete.
Two thousand four hundred (2.400) lineal
feet of old four cut curb, reset In concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
lowing
Fifty (50) lineal feet of new header curb,
set In concrete.
Eight (Si noiseless manhole rovers
Onr (1) basin with connection complete.
Ore (1) set 20 by 4 inch four cut corners,
set In concrete.
Twenty (20) square yards of asphalt re
aurrnrlng on old concrete foundation.
Twenty (20) square yards of asphalt pav*.
ment on new concrete foundation.
Bidders are not to state any price for
materials and work for which there Is a
flxod amount provided for In the specifica
tions.
Each proposal must be enclosed in a sealed
envetope. properly Indorsed with the name of
the bidder and of the improvement, and
fllrerted to the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners of the city of Newark.
Bidders will state their prices In writing
as well as In figures.
Bidders must specify in their proposals
that, should the above work be awarded to
them they will bind themselves to finish and
complete the same within the following num
her of consecutive working days:
Hecker Street—Thirty (30) days
davs HWanna Avenuc- north—Forty-five (45)
davsCk8'Vanna avenu** »outh—Forty (40)
Orange Street—Twenty-five (26) davs.
SJ!!ST,}Sd A1,®y- Twentv-flve (25) days.
Woods de Place—Forty-five (45) davs.
plans and spec!fleation* of the work
the of the chief
CeSm(JL(0f the Board of Street and Water
^ £ers at th* c,ty Hall. Said pro
wriMnV nfbe,na °mPMnled by th* consent. :n
sureties or a surety company
shallflJat t?h2°HbUS‘nr ,n Xew JerBe>'. "ho
Jowls Liu, tlmp .0f putt,n* «n such pro
posals. qualify at) to their responsibility In
•eTveam?hat 'V'ih'1 "r,>posal' and b,ni1 ‘ham”
?h' e* '„at' lf 'ha contrart be awarded to
they makln* the proposal.
L, 'y * ppon ><a belli* so awarded, become
his or their sureties for the faithful w.
formanre of Bald work; and that if "‘he
P'mon or person, omit or refuse to execute
Kewark'Tnv’dlfr1"'5' W,H pay ,0 ,he City of
which h. ol ‘ t'r''r,<'" between the sums to
T'b'tth he or they would have been entitled
wh°ch 'th?Pc!tv° of °v ,h<; contract, and thal
pay the nSiL * Newark may be obliged to
by "hom •“»«
.lo^ers o0?^.0'cTre'of“v. "'aJ,r Comm1*
^hemsolves the r,Z °n re^Tan'?
db:
March oSfh Witt8»ir
the board shaH^ave the' of
Ihe board hut* 5T ,be 80 •Mtrueted by
*,1" no' ba bound
proposed bandsmenb but shali”^® by *uch
m.l,ecrranaf,da7^^!Kt£inh'hV*
M, ,»oh,ypuwte*^iSLnw"t ,nv,,ln« w£"«S
au*^12t R ^SSSSL.
DEATHS
BREWER—Suddenly, at South Orange,
N. J., on Sunday. August 24, 1913, Gra
ham H. Brower, In Ills forty-sixth year,
beloved husband of Alice Humphrey and
sob of William A, and Bella C. Brewer.
Funeral services will be held at his
late home, 201 South Oraugo avenue,
South Orange. N. ,1., ou Tuesday, Au
gust 26, 1913, on arrival of the 3:15 p. m.
train from Hohokeu, Lackawanna Rail
road. Interment private.
BURNS—On Sunday, August 24, 1913,
Bridget Burns (nee German), be
loved wife of the late Michael
Burns, 97 Garden street.
CADMUS—On August 22, 1913, Alfred
8- Cadmus. In his 73d year, 338 Or
ange street.
COBB—On August 23, 1913, Caroline
G., wife of Charles E. Cobb, aged
67 years, 27 Sussex avenue.
COMPTON—At Summit, N J., on Sun
day. August 24, 1913, Elmer W.
Compton.
DEENEJ-At Morristown, N. J., ou Au
gust -3. 1913, Hugh, beloved husband of
Mary Deeney.
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the funeral from the parlors of
-lames 9. Coffrey, 4-1 Thomas street, on
1 uesday, August 2B. at 9:15 a. m. to St.
Cohimba s Church, where a Solemn High
Mass of Requiem will be offered for the
repose of his soul. Interment lu ths
Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre.
DICKERSON—On August 24. Sarah A„
widow of Robert Dickerson
Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral services from
her home, 254 Van Buren street, on
Wednesday, August 27. at 10 30 a.
in. Interment In the famtlv plot In
Laurel Grove Cemetery. Paterson,
N. J.
FELL—At Glen Ridge, N. J., on Sun
day, August 24. Caroline D. Fell,
wife of the late Mortimer L. Fell,
in her 80th year, 67 Clark street.
GARRETT—At Orange. N. J., on Fri
day. August 22, 1913, Maria Garrett
(nee Kernan). the beloved wife of
James Garrett, 285 Washington
street.
HARRINGTON—At Orange. N. 0n
Sunday, August 24. 1913. Daniel F.f be
loved son of Margaret Harringtou (nee
Driscoll) and the late William Har
rington.
Relatives and friends, also (burr
Frank. No. 17. Foresters of Amerlco.
are respectfully invited lo attend the
funeral from his late residence, No. 4j
Christopher street, on Tuesday. August
20. at 8 a. ni., thence to the Church of
our Lady of the Valley, where a High
Mass of Requiem will be celebrated tor
the repose of his soul. Interment in St
John's Cemetery. Paterson papers
please copy.
HARTFORD—On August 23. 1913,
Matthew, beloved husband of Cath
arine Hartford (nee McDonald).
Relatives and friends, also the
members of Holy Name Society and
So. Columba's Council No. 69. r R
L. are invited to attend the funeral
from his late residence. No. 7 Clav
ton street, on Tuesday. August 26.
at 8 a. m.. to St. Columba’s Church,
where a High Mass of Requiem will
be offered for the repose of his sou].
Interment in the Cemeterv of the
Holy Sepulchre.
HEDBERG—-On August 23. 1913. Edna
J.. beloved daughter of Minnie and
the late John II. Hedberg 105 Fair
mount avenue.
HITCHCOCK—On August 23. 1913 Lillie
beloved wife of Albert Hitchcock and
daughter of the late Frederick and Marv
Hamer.
Relatives and friends are kindly in
vited to attend the funeral froni her
late residence, 78 Bergen street, on
Tuesday. .August 28. at 8:30 a. in. to St
Joseph's Church, where a High Mass of
Requiem will be offered for the ’•epose
of her soul. Interment in the Cemeterv
of the Holy Sepulchre.
JORGENSEN—On August 22. Martha \f
Jorgensen (nee McLoughlin). beloved
widow of Frederick A. Jorgensen.
Relatives anil friends are kindly in
vited to attend the funeral from her
late residence to 250 Broad street, on
Monday, the 25th, at 2 p. m Inter
ment In Falrmonnt Cemetery.
A mass of requiem will be offered
for the repose of the soul on Tuesday,
the 20th. at 8 a. in., at St. Michael’*
Church. Relatives and friends are
kindly invited to attend.
KIDD—At Grand Rapids. Mich.. Au
gust 23 1913, Emily, widow of Louis
M. Kidd.
LIPSITT—At Orange. X. J.. August 24
1913. Margaret Lipsitt. widow of
John Lipsitt and mother of Thomas
Lipsitt. 26 Cone street.
LDTHY—Called away by the Lord, on
Sunday, August 24. 1913. Albert R.
Luthy. beloved son of Marv Luthv
(nee Kramer) and the lab* Frcdorick
Luthy. 19 Park place, Irvington.
MANN—On August 24. 1913. Anna Mann,
beloved daughter of Charles and Cath
erine Mann (nee Moore).
Relatives and friends, also Angel So
ciety -»f St. John’s Church, are kind!"
invited to attend the funeral from her
residence. 267 Walnut street, on Tues
day. Au*ru4 2G. at 8:30 n. in. to St.
John's Church, where a Solemn High
Mass of Reunion) will be offered for the
repose of her soul. Interment in the
Cemetery of the Hnlv Souulehro. Mor
ristown papers please copy.
MICDAELER On Sunday. August 21.
1913. Margaret Michnelor (nee Monger),
in her 70th year, beloved wlf • of the
late Michael Michnelor.
MOTT At East Ornng'*. V. J. Sumliiv,
AnviiHt 24. 1913, iHitbello A« ken Mott,
widow of the lute Oporgo Scudder
Mott. D. 1)., 00 South Grove street.
MURRAY—At Enst Newnrk. X I . on
August 23. 1913. Martin, beloved husband
of Catherine Murray, aged 47 years.
TMULTTOWER At East Orange N J..
o»i Saturday. August 22. 1912 John
w. husband of the late Uuldn F
Phllhower, aged 7N years. <13 Sterling
street.
RATNVTLLK—Arthur E.. formerly of
Newark. N. .T.
Funeral from residence of his
sister. Mrs. W. C. M* ers. 21 School
lane. Ardmore. Pa., Wednesday. Au
gust 27. nt 1 p. m.
ROSE—On August 22 1913. at her lflt«
residence. 128 Norfolk street. Margaret,
beloved wife of Isaac Ros**1. and daugh
ter of James and Marion McNisb.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SEDER Op Saturday. August 22. 1913.
Philip Seder beloved son **f Eva S**d*T
<nee Knableln) mul the late John Sed
er. aged 32 years. 2 months. 14 days
401 Tilttleton avenue.
SKELLV At Orange. N. .1.. August 22
1913. Thomas Patrick beloved sop of
James and Mnrv Skellv Oiee Burns',
ne-ed 2 years 1 month and 3 flays.
.389 Central avenue.
WAHLHRIM—Passed awn'" on Sunday.
August 24. 1913. Wilhelm inn Wnhlhelm
(nee Cerneri. beloved wife of the late
Andrew Wnhlhelm. in her 79th year,
14(1 Brill street.
WT RTEXREPOER—On August 1912.
Frederick B.. husband of the into
Mary Wurtenberger (nee LohmanL 1*’
Long street.
Anniversary Mass.
f\ELLY—First anniversnv mass wit* ha
celebrated at St. Michael’s Church,
Belleville nvenue Tuesday. August -4.
nt 7 :H0 n. m.. for the repose of tlF
voul of Daniel TCellv. beloved husband
cf Margaret Kelly.
OFFICE OF CITY CLERK
Newark, N. J., Aug. 23, 1.912
Report of deaths for the week endin?
August 23. 1913; Men. 33; bovs, 24; women.
23; girls, 22; total. 102.
Ages—One year and under. 35; between 1
and 2 years. 4: between 2 and 5 years,
between 10 and 20 years. 4; between 29 and
30 years, 8: between 30 and 4ft years. 10; he*
tween 40 and 50 years. 10: between 50 and
«o years 12; between 00 and 70 years.
between 70 and 80 years. 5; 80 ami over. ■».
Diseases—Alcoholism. 3; angina pectoris.
: apoplexy or cerebral hemorrhage.
atrophy 1; Bright’s Disease, kidneys. L
CRncer. 1; cholera infantum or summer com
plaint. 3; cirrhosis liver, 1; drowned. 1: ea'
docarditls. 2; entero. colitis. 1; enteritis.1'
erysipelas. 2: gangrene. 1; gastro enteritis,
gastritis. 2; heart disease. 6: hemipk*'**
}' 1nan,R°n. 1; marasmus or in*1'
nutrition, 4; meningitis. acute. 3; meningitis,
tubercular. 1; myocarditis. 2: nephritis. *•
lun«*. 4; old age or senility. *>
Peritonitis, acute or chronic. 2: phthisis. pu«*
monalis, 4; pneumonia, 2: pneumonia,
oroncho 1; premature birth, 2: sclerosis- 1
I5S2- atul born, 10; suicide. 2; tuber
culosis 8; tumor. 2; ulcers, stomach. L
raemla. 1; whooping cough. 2.
i»nJ ? Nativity—United States.
England, 1; Soot land. 1: Italy- 3*
Holland. 1; Germany. 13: Greece 1;.Rus*l*»
Austria 3; unknown. 1,
Color—White. 97; colored. 5.
JAMES F. CONNELLY, .
City Clart

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