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AOBNTS—We have the leader; big profits earned quickly. Write for free sample and new fall catalog. MORSE SPECIALTY CO., 447 Talbot av., Dorchester, Mass. bei.p Wanted—maleo. WANTED for U. 8. army, able-bodied un married men, between ages of 18 anu 85; citizens of United States, of good charset.? and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write the English Innguage. For In formation apply to RECRUITING OFFICER, 266 Market st.. Newark. N. J. ADVERTISING solicitors wanted. Address J., Box 15, Sta- office. AUTO mechanic; first-class automobile me chanic wanted; one with machinist experi ence only need apply. HARRISON GARAGE, 323 Jersey st.. Harrison. AUTO driving, repairing; plenty of long read lessons; special complete courae, $10. CARPENTER, 107 Belleville av. BELL BOY—neat, clean; experlenoa, $20, board, room. 626 Broad st. BOYS wanted. GUBELMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY., 2 Garden at. BOY over 15 years of age to wrap bread; salary $4.00. WERE? BREAD CO.. 26 Lombordy at. BOYS wanted, with some experience In plat ing-room; steady work. PREMO MFG. CO., 64 Shipman st. CHOCOLATE MAKER—An experienced man who understands the making of fine choco late coatings; good opportunity for a man of experience and ability. Address, giving ex perience In detail; correspondence confiden tial. ROCKWOOD A CO., 88 Washington •v., Brooklyn, N. Y. DANCERS—Tango contest at Court The atre for cash prizes (couples) Tuesday night. Apply BOX OFFICE, Court Theatre, opposite Court HbUBe. EXPERIENCED flangers on soft lmts: steady work: good wages. SAMUEL MT7NPHEIM COMPANY, corner Carlton and Flushing ava.. Brooklyn, N. Y. FOR light electrical manufacturing work; lathe, bench, drill press and general manu facturing hands; these men wanted to flu positions recently vacated by a walkout in one of the departments of our plant; this walkout caused by the removal of the fore man In charge of the department. 8PLIT DORF ELECTRICAL CO., Warren and High ate., City. __ FOUNDRYMAN—Experienced man, chance to become foreman; clerk for delicatessen store; clerk for confectionery store; elec trician at once; bell boy, 120; waiter (col ored). *25; porter and assistant bartender. ISO; waiter (white). *25; farm hands. *25; orderly for institution; kltchenman (colored); team drivers; porter for a cafe. *9; two dish washers; gardener. *25: second cooK fiO. other vacancies. THE RELTAWLB AOBNCY. entire ground ;loor, 525 Broad st., tne only reliable agency in town. INDUSTRIAL life and accident agents can make liberal contract with us; our policies are payable monthly; no lapses. NORTH AMERICAN ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO., lfl Liberty st.. New York.__ LOCOMOTIVE firemen, brakemen; wages about *100; experience unnecessary; send age. stamp. RAILWAY, care, Star. MAIL carriers wanted. *55 to *100 month; Newark examinations coming; specimen ouestlone free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 282-F. Rochester. N. Y. ___ _ MAN wanted to monage office business; also several bright, active men accustomed to earning *18 weekly and up. Apply 204 Mar ket st., 2nd floor. __ PAINTER and paperhanger wanted to work for estate part time, In exchange for rent of apartment, three rooms, second floor; steam heat furnished. Inquire 83 Third av. PERMANENT resident manager wanted to represent the Natural Cigarettes; only those who are well acquainted with the trade and cam carry stock on hand should apply. A. flCRINASI A BROS., INC., 235 Canal at., N. ▼. C.___ POLISHER—Experienced polisher nn mwl euro files and knives. JOSEPH ROTH & OO.. Colt st., Irvington._ TAILORS. RASTERS, OPERATORS AND DRESSERS WANTED ON MEN'S PINE COATS; GOOD PAT AND STEADY WORK. APPLY KLEE & COMPANY, LYNDHUBST. N J DIRECTIONS- TAKE HACK ENSACK CAR. WHICH IS ONLY BO MINUTES' RIDE PROM NEW ARK. TOOLMAKER wnntofl: forty-five cent. to men proving cnpftble. Call 41 Oakland av., Jeraey City; Turnplko car_ WANTED—A man who know, .omethlnff about lunch hualnese to rent my lunch wagon bctrlnnlng Sept. 1. Por Interview ad Sreaa HOFFMAN, R7 Oriental ter._ WANTED—Salesmen to handle elde line. Call 620 Prudential Rldg . Newark. N. 3 WANTED—Men. 18 to 48. to heeome New ark. N. J.. mall carrlere; *68 to 1106 month; vacation*. J. L. K.. Box 57. .-tar office. __ WANTED—Lead glazier. R. METZGER, 54 Duryee at. __ WII^LING, sober man wanted for lunch wagon. 253 Main at.. Orange. ____ YOUNG men. learn linotme operating 'Jay and evening): send for booklet *'«. MER 0ENTHALER LTNOTYPE SCHOOL. 244 Weet Twnntv-thlrd at.. New York SITUATIONS WANTED—MAI E. EXPERIENCED accountant. 32 years of age. with executive abilities, good corre apondent in English. German. Slavic an» Bohemian, seeks position as manager of large manufacturing concern. Addreaa F. M. A., Box 32. Star office. LIQUOR salesman: married; experienced; A-1 references: result getter. Address Q., Box 27 Star Office. SALESMAN—Married: bept references; reli nble. Address S.. Box 23. Star Office. TINSMITH and sheetlron worker wishes po sition: city or country. Address TIN SMITH, Box 28. Star Office. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING. STREET PAVING WORK. BOARD OF STREET AND WATER COM MISSIONERS. Public notice Is hereby given that the preliminary schedules prepared by the Board of Commissioners of Assessments for Local Improvements, and showing the probable amounts to be assessed on propertlea spe cially benefited by the following improve ments: Paving of SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET, from Eighteenth avenue to Nineteenth ave nue. Paving of ___ ALEXANDER STREET, from South Orange avenue to Bloemecke alley. Paving of _ HAZELWOOD AVENUE from South Orange avenue to CHIT street. Paving of SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET, from South Orange avenue to Sixteenth ave nue. Paving of VERMONT AVENUE from South Orange avenue to 135 feet south of Laurel place. Paving of HINSDALE PLACE, from Washington avenue to Cheater avenue. All with bltulithlc pavement on a six (6) inch concrete foundation, have this day been filed with the clerk of this bfiard, and In ac cordance with the provisions of Chapter 217 of the State Laws of 1895, a public hearing will be given by said Board of Street and Water Commissioners to all parties inter ested In said Improvemnts on Thursday. August 28th, 1913, at the office uf said board, on the second floor of the City Hall, New ark. N. .7., af 1:30 o'clock p. m., at which time and place the Board of Street and Water Commissioner* shall proceed to hear and adjudicate upon any objections which may be presented to said board by persons representing properties liable to assessments for the above named improvements. Said tentative assessments comprise all lots, tract! and parcel! of land and real estate liable to be»assessed as aforesaid lying or both sides of SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET, from Eighteenth avenue to Nineteenth ave ALEXANDER STREET, South Orange avenue to BJoemecke alley. , HAZELWOOD AVENUE, from South Orange avenue to CHIT street. SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET, from South Orange avenue to Sixteenth ave VERMONT AVENUE, from South Orange avenue to 135 feet aouth of Laurel place. HINSDALE PLACE, Waahlngton avenue to Chester avenue. A lot represents an entire plot of land, whether large or small. Such property-owners as may object to the f,bove Improvements are required to present heir objection! In writing to the clerk of like Board of Street and Water Commission er? City Hall, on or before Thursday, Au Xae* 28th, 1913. at 1:30 o'clock p. m. *By direction of the Board of Street and Sfater Commissioners of the city of Newark. Dated August 21st, 1913. M. R. SHERRERD, •0g22-5t Okm£ ' >»«lnmt. HELP WANTID-FEMALE. COOK for hotel. $40; waitresses for restau rant; also for hotel; also laundress; general houseworkers (white and colored). THE RE LIABLE AGENCY, entire ground floor. 620 j Broad at. | COOK, houaeworkera, chnmbermaida, wait resses, nurse girls; any kind of work. Call and we Will place you. GROVE EMPLOY MENT AGENCY. 143 Main at.. East Orange. Phone 8458. Open till 0 p. in. DANCERS—Tango oontest for couples at Court Theatre; cash prises; Tuesday night. Apply BOX OFFICE. Court Treatre, oppo site Court House. EXAMINERS ON LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR; STEADY WORK ALL YEAR. NAT LEVY. 120 WILLIAM 8T. EXPERIENCED girls and learners wanted. over 16 years old, for Incandescent lamp making; clean. light. Interesting work; operators are well paid while learning; working hours. 7 a. m. to 6:80 p. m.; Satur days. 7 a m. to 12 m. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., Boyd st. and 17th av., before 0 a. ra. GIRLS WANTED IN THE. MANUFACTURE OF INCAN DESCENT LAMPS. APPLY WESTING HOUSE LAMP COMPANY. WATSE8SING STATION, LACKAWANNA R R., BLOOMFIELD. N. J. FIRST-CLASS salesladies, must hs experi enced to sell millinery, good and steady position to right parties; wages $15.00 per week and commission. NEW YORK MIL LINERY, 874 Central av., Jersey City. GIRL wanted to sew buttons on children's dresses. JATMAN, 890 Springfield av GIRLS wanted for miniature lamp work. sealing fn and forking. 4 Patterson av., Hoboken. LADTES oan earn money at home, spare time; no canvesstng; send stamped en velope for particulars. MUTUAL PUB. CO., Scranton, Pa. MIDDLE-AGED woman for general house work; two In family: state wages desired. Box 10, Star office, Orange. OPERATORS, EXPERIENCED ON BEWTNO MACHINES. WILL BE TAUGHT OUR WORK, PAID WHILE LEARNING. NAT LEVY. 120 WILLIAM ST. OPERATORS—Experienced en Infants' and children's white dresses: steady work; good pay. BROHMAN CQ., 19 Centre st. PRES8ERS ON LADTES* NIGHT GOWNS: STEADY WORK AND GOOD PAY. NAT LEVY. 120 WILLIAM ST. -4 WANTED—Help, all nationalities. AUB TRIAN-HUNOARTAN AGENCY, 118 Washington st.; 8043 Market. YOUNG woman to work In corset store; ex perienced In corset making preferred. Ap ply after 6 p. m. CORBET STORE, 78 Belleville av. YOUNG lady to travel with show. Address or call between 7 and 10 Monday evening, S. APRIL, 208 Court st., city. $10 PER 60 at home, embroidering comer ladles' handkerchiefs; spare (1ms or steady; send $25n for package samples, lessons, ad vice: any distance, postpaid. ARABIAN SUPPLY CO.. Dept 11. Cleveland Ohio. HELP WANTED—MALE * FEMALE. POSITIONS secured for all kinds of help; registration f*e 25o. HUDSON EMPLOY MENT AGENCY 118 Springfield nv. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. COLORED woman would like work by the day. MRS WASHINGTON. 100 Middle sex st., Harrison. DAY'S WORK—Woman wishes day’s work of any kind. MARY MICKEN8, 8lB War ren st. GERMAN woman wishes position day’s wortt as housekeeper; good cook; with child 1 year of age. ANNA 8ALAMACHER, 80 Reacon st. HELP of all nationalities, cooks, house workers. chambermaids, waitresses, nurse girls, housekeepers, companions, women to work by the day; we handle nothing hut first-class help. GROVE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 143 Main st.. East Orange, Phone 8458. Open till 9 p. m. NURSE, by day or week; all-around work. Call 19 Waverly av. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EXCISE COM MISSIONERH OF THE CITY OF NEWARK. City Hall, August 22, 1013. The following Is the list of the names, resi dences and places of business of applicants for licenses, contained In all applications or petitions made to this Ixmrd for the granting of licenses to sell spirituous, vinous, malt or brewed liquors, and not heretofore published according to law, to wit: Name. Place of Business. Residence. RETAIL—RENEWALS. Patrick J. Salmon, 50 Belleville av.... Same place Harry Engelhardt, 484 Market st. .Same place Charles Oehm, 157 Ho. Orange av..Same place Banclor Welsc, 287 Springfield av. .Same place Philip Oarey, 350 Broad st.Same place Frank Stoecker, 116-118 Seventh nv Same place George Moluszls. 105 Ferry st-Same place Herman C. Heinrich, 2 Avenue L. .Same i|nce Anthonv Rtanelis, 40 Warwick st. .Same place Littman A Welnfeld, 128 Market st. Same place George Greater 188 Badger av... .Samejjlace Alexander Relnnart, 658 Springfield av... Same place Louis Feltzeller, Plank road.Same place Antonio Silvia, 181 Eighth av.Same place William Jordan, 278 Washington st. Same placo Antonio Lapolla, 299-301 Sherman av.... Samo place Ramuel Belm, 120 Springfield av.. Same place John J. McDonald, 421 Broad st.. Same place Jacob Kaufmann, 47 Rutgers st. .Same place Mrs. Anna Keyser, 115 Bergen st.. Same place Charles Tomkus. 301 Norfolk st.. .Same placo Joseph Lussler. 5(5 Waverly av... Haine place Mrs. Mary Vital, 217 Bank st.Same placo Charles Kunzmann, 558 South 18th st... Same place William Rottmann. 400 South 11th st... Same place Mrs. Concetta Tenorl, 35 Hayes st... . . Same place WHOLESALE—RENEWALS. Simon Scheuer A Sons, Inc., 88-04 Park pi.\.Same place Johti W. Vogel A Rons, 64 West at. Same place Charles M. Decker A Bro., 403 7th av. Same place BEER BOTTLER—RENEWAL. Simon Rosensteln. 597 Orange st.. Same place RETAIL—TRANSFER. Isadore Feltllnger, from 84 Bloomfield av. to 099-701 Frellnghuysen av. 129 Quitman st. RICHARD MILLER, President. JAMES F. CONNELLY, City Clerk. following ordinances have been passed by the Board of Street and Water Commission ers and approved by the aotlng Mayor of the city qt Newark, and. pursuant to chapter 30 of the State laws of 1909, are hereby pub lished by title: An ordinance to widen JABBZ street. by the addition of a triangular strip on the northerly side of the street. An ordinance to open ALPINE STREET, from a property line located about 04.21 feet west of South Nineteenth street to South Twentieth strest. An ordinance to provide for the oonstruo tlon of ft sewer system, to be known and designated ns ••SEWERS FOR THE NYE TRACT.” An ordinance to provide for the paving of MARION PLACE, from West Kinney street to about 302 feet south of West Kinney street with brick pave ment on ft six («) inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of SCHLEY STREET, from Hawthorne avenue to Lyons avenue with brick pavement on a six (6) inch con crete foundation. Adopted August 21st. 1913. P. H. RYAN. President of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. A. L. SWAIN, Acting Clerk of the Board. Approved August 2”, 1013. JOHN H. DONNELLY, Acting Mayor. PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the following ordinance has been phased by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners and approved by the acting Mayor of the city of Newark, and. pursuant to chapter 30 of the State laws of 1909, is herewith published by title: An ordinance to piovlde for the vacation of HUNTER STREET, from Avenue A to the easterly side of New Jersey Railroad avenue. Adopted August 21, 1913 P. H. RYAN, President of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. A. L. FJWATN, Acting Clerk of the Board. Approved August 22, 3918. JOHN H. DONNELLY, Acting Mayor. PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the following proposed ordinance passed a sec ond reading and was ordered to a third and Anal reading at a meeting of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, held Au gust 21st, 1918: An ordinance to open and widen THE OLD ROAD TO BLOOMFIELD, frpm Forest Hill parkway about 560 feet westerly. P. H. HYAN. President of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. A. L. SWAIN. —“* A**lnir ro*rk nt Bmusl FOlt B A IB. DOES your roof leak or need painting? We paint and repair all kinds of leaky roof* and guarantee water tight for ten year# for one-half regular price; we use the best asphaltum elastic roofing paint made; 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 vour work NEWARK ROOFING AND M ANtTFA CT l THING CO., 2 Cottage »t.: tel. B4.7A-J, Market. WE ARE* HEADQUARTERS for T.awn Rollers. Lawn Mowers, Lawu Settees, Picks, Shovels, Hose, Spades, Water ing Pots. SpRdlng Porks, Wheelbarrow#. Trowels. Pruning Sheaf#, Garden Hoi# Poultry Wire, Mosquito Netting. ALL PRANCHE8 OF HARDWARE. RANTSTER * POLLARD CO., 20A-208 MARKET ST.. HOME OF GOOD HARDWARE. HEADQUARTERS FOR HIGH-GRADE ROOFING MATERIAL. Stowell’s Eagle and Monarch roofing, ll.flfi per roll; sand and gravel (best grade), I2.2G per cubic yard; shingle stain. 7fic per gal. All goods ' guaranteed; no seconds; above prices for cash at our yard this week only. EST. J. G. HETZEL. 07 Maine st„ New ark. N. J. eold, rented, repaired: aup pltea, wholesale and retail. CANFTELD. 199 Market at. ALL ST7FS OF SECOND-HAND LEATHER BELTING Van Riper Mfg. Co#., Pateraon, N. J. Tel. 830 O'ROTTRFfE SHEET METAL CO., VENTILATION AND HEAVY 8RFET METAT, WORK. 28-30 HOUSTON 8T. Phone 8081 Market. NEWARK. N. J. THREE gasoline tanka, two 25 gal., one BO gal.; these tanks are flrst-claaa; will sell ( reasonable; have no use for same; can be seen during day. PETER LYNCH, 14 Fer don at., city. CANVAS COVERS, HORSE PLANKETS, POT STOVES, WALSH’S PONS ft CO., PASSAIC AND CLAY STB. 20 YEARS established tinsmith'* Jobbing shop for pale cheap, with or without building. REICHOLD. 4258 Atlantlo av„ Woodhaven. N. Y. I PAY highest cash for entire content* of atorea of all descriptions; also all kinds of fixtures. J. NETMAN, 284 Fifteenth av. A8CHENBACH. 840 Plan* at., repairs baga, ault cases, harness and collar*. Headquar ter* for tents, etc., etc. 0«L LKWTGH and free-burning coal for family use; pea, buckwheat and bituminous, for steaming; George'* Creek, Cumberland, for smithing, foundry, furnace and crushed coke. Mall order* promptly filled. Phono Market 4477. 4478. JOHN G. MERKT.E CO , 28 Prince street. YToimelinld Good*. CARPET/ Rruasela, $4.75; hall stand, $6.50; •ewlpg machine, bureaus, chiffonier, lot storage goods; cheap. 20 Bridge, near Broad. Machinery. MACHINERY. A FULL LTNE OF MACHINE TOOLS. WOODWORKING MACHINERY. JEWEL ERS’ EQUIPMENT AND POWER TRANS MISSION MATERIAL BOUGHT AND SOLD. ENTIRE PLANTS OUR SPE CIALTY _ NEWARK SECOND-HAND MACHTNERT COMPANY. 08-105 CHESTNUT ST., PHONE 5410-5411 MARKET. Phone 6488 Market. NEW JERSEY MACHINERY EXCHANGE New and aecond-hand; hlgh-claas tool*. Plants bought. Our only Newark store. 840 Market at. Safe*. SAFES, now being u*ed by the city of Or ange, will he sold cheap: two large Moaler safes, purchased last summer (one with bank er’* cheat): also four medium ailed, LANG DON HKARSEY. 18 N. Maple eve.. E. Orange. 'Typewriter*. We Bell, Rent and Repair All Makes. NEWARK TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 4* Rpnver st. Phone 4430. PHRENOLOGY. CONSULT MME. LE ROY, Clairvoyant Palmist; tells everything; adVlce on busi ness, love, marriage. . Location Broad and Orange sts.; 400 Broad at.; most convenient entrance oi^Orange st., 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. 84 Centre st. MME. KARL. 55 Halsey st., near New, back of Hahne’s. SURROGATE'S NOTICES. NEWARK, N. J., July 2fl, 1013. Estate of Marla M. Mager, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Ipaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the bounty of Essex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executor of said deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or af firmation, their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased, within nine months from this date, or they will be for ever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. FIDELITY TRUST CO. NEWARK, N. J. July 34. 1013. Estate of Anna T. E. Klrtlnnd, deceas-sd. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of tho County of Essex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executors of said deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of sold deceased to exhibit to the subscribers under oath or af firmation their claims and demands against the estAte of said deceased within nine months from this date, or they will be for ever burred Trom prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscribers. FREEMAN WOODRRIDGB. APPLETON D. PALMER. Present all claims to Freeman Woodbrldge. National Hank of N. J. Building, New Brunswick, N. J. NEWARK. N. J.. July 21. 1013. Estate of John B. Duncklee, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Shoenthal, Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day made on the application of the undersigned, administrator of said deceased, notice Is hereby given to the erpdHors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or affirmation their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased within nine months from this date, or they will be for ever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. FIDELITY TRUST COMP A NT* NEWARK, N. J.. June 14. 1013. Estate of Mary W. Case, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Rhoenthal. Surrogate of the County of Essex, this day made, on the application of the undersigned, executrix of said deceased, notice 1* hereby given to the creditors of paid deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under osth or af firmation. their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased within nine months from this datp. or they will he for ever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. EVELINE MINGUS. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby gh * n that the accounts of tho subscriber, the exocut or of the last will and testament of Henry Decher. de ceased, will be audited and pin ted by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphans' Court of the County of Essex on Friday, the nineteenth day of September next. GEORGE DECHER. Da tod July 28. 1018. Wolber d: Blake, Proctors. NOTICE or SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the account* of the subscriber, executor of the last will and testament of Charlotte C. Day, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and repbrted for settlement to the Orphans' Court of the County of Essex on Friday, the nine teenth day of September next. CHARLES F. TAYLOR. Dated July 2ft, 1913. William A. Lewis, Proctor. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of the subscribers, the trustee# under the last will and testament of William B. Selby, de ceased. will be audited and "fated by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphan**,' Court of tho County of Essex on Friday, the nineteenth day of September next. ADA N. SLOWEY, J. FRANK DAVIS. Dated July 23, 1013. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice la hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, the administrator with the will annexed of Alphonslne S. Qlllesple, de ceased. will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphans' Court of the County of Essex on Friday, the nineteenth day of S^ptembe* next. JOHN H. 8CUDDER. Dated August 7, 1018. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, the executor of the last will and testament of Mary Perry, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphans' Court of the County of Essex on Friday, the nineteenth day of September next. JOHN A. LINNETT. Dated August 4, 1013. Charles A. Woodruff, roe tor. I - AUTO MOlin.lk ^ NATTONALi AUTO TOP CO., manufacturers of auto tops, slip covers and trimming; special rotrlmmlng of limousines, Uvndau lettes and touring cars; orders promptly at tended at moderate prices; expert repair ing. 40 Hgecher st., corner Halsey st., near Lincoln Park, Newark. Phone 1888 Market. Automobile Painting Your machine painted by experts; best grade of work done. Fore-doors and body repairs a specialty. T. F. RODGERS, fl Atlantic st. ALL makes of auto radiators and lamps re built and repaired bv expert mechanics. AMERICAN AUTO RADIATOR WORKS, 48 William at., near Washington st; tel. 2092 W. Market. -- ..... . " ■ | AUTO lamps, radiators, fenders and wind shields repaired; no competition can beat us. N. J. LAMP WORKS. 18 William at.. Newark; tel. 7244-W. Market. HANDY little auto delivery truck. 1.000 capacity, enclosed body; solid tires; perfect condition: will sell cheap. 845 or 673 Mt. Prospect av. MAGNETOS—D. U. 4 and D R. 4 Roach. cheap; all makes repaired, guaranteed. MAGNETO TRADING CO., 00 William st. AOME GARAGE—Auto repair shop; T-pas •enger cars to hire. 071 Springfield av. Tel. connection. 50 LOTS at Bayvlew Heights, N. J.; will exchange for 5 or 7 passenger automobile. A. MEI8TBR, 1793 Bay 21st st.. Brooklyn. FULL LINE of new seconds st lowest prtees at the N. J. TIRE EXCHANGE. 2BB Hal sey st. Postal will bring representative. A it toe to Hire. TRUCKS and touring cars for hire by the hour, day or week: also furnish car and teach driving; reasons bio price. I. H. C. MOTOR EXPRESS CO.. 198 Halsey st. Phone 7830 Market. TWO DOLLARS ppr hout hires new and roomy five^passenger cars: Aebury Park and return, $12.00 CARPENTER 107 Belle ville av. ’Phone 13B9-R Branch Brook. FIVE AND SEVEN-PAS8BNGER PACK ARD CARS FOR RENT 440 CENTRAL AV EAST ORANGE. TELEPHONE 1891 ORANGE. POWERFUL five-passenger Bulck ear to rent: hour, dav or week: verv reasonable ATTTO. 242 North 4th at.; tel 3671-W. B. B. PACKARDS—Rest and cleanest service: hour. day or week PACKARD RENTING CO.. 11 Fulton st.: phone 78ft Market. ONE-TON covered truck, hv dav. week or contract Jobs: competent driver. F. WALSH. 100 Rank at.; tel. 4ft48 Market. TAXTS and touring cars: week-end tours and Sunday trips at low prices. ROSEVILLE TAXI CO., 25 North Ninth st. Tel 360 R. B. NFW 5-passenger car* to hire. MENUS REDELL, 417 South Eleventh at.; tel. 1123-W, Waver!v. PACKARD service cars rented, hour, day or week. H. R. RALL. garage 278-280 TTalaey st. Phone 6083 Market. WANT an auto for pleasure, weddings, etc., at the right price? We have Mg 7-pass cars. GEO LEE. 1180 R.R. and 3238-W R.B. FOUR TON truck to hire, by day, week or month; rates on application. LANE OARAGE. Ridge st. and Bloomfield are. WARREN PL. OARAOE—Storage, renting" repairing. 22 Warren pi. Phone 8225 Mkt. MOTORCYCLE* AND BICYCLE*. 1913 Yale Motorcycles nrd bicycles: have a ride nnd decide for yourself: Yale riders aro Jolly fel lows; there’s a reason Whv we will take vour 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. 210 Cllntm av.. opposite Elizabeth av. THE Newark police are riding the 1013 Excelsior Auto Cycle because It proved the beat In the official teat. 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 up. IIAVERFORD CYCLE CO , 045 Rroad st. TIRES Newark special (Hartford make). *1.75 ea. GOODYEAR RUBBER STORE, 202 Market street. RTCYCT/E repairing In nil Us branches: brazing and vulcanizing a specialty; a few good new and second-hand wheels for sale; get my prices. GEO. DITZEL, 141 Elm st. TF you ar*» looking for a bicycle, see us: *11 new bicycle* 20 per cent, off- used bicycle*. *5 up; well-known tires fully guaranteed *1.75. PFT.MONT CYCLE CO.. 345 Broad *t. SEE tho 10t 3 Arrow before huvlng else where. THOMAS T>. JACKSON. Pole Agent. Clinton TI1I1 Cycle Co.. Badger av.. near Clinton. HORSES AND CARRIAGE*. LARGE truck for sale, suitable for all kinds of heavy work: size of body Inside 12x4 feet 7 Inches; sides, 3 feet 2 Inches high; capacity,' 5 tons: equipped for two or three horses. CRIMSON CLOVER DATRY CO.. 18 Railroad pi.. East Orange. WE are putting on rubber tires this month at reduced prices: wo also repair tires nnd channels. At HANLON’S. 70 South Orango avenue. AS we are getting motor tmrks. we will sell at a sacrifice four horses, four wagons, one truck. The M. J T1ECK CO 1.3 Halleck st. TWO teams of horses and muJes for sale. JAEKEL, 63 HawkltiP st. ONE team of work horses and two dump wagons for sale at 20 Clifton av. PRINTER*. GOOD stock, good taste, good printing; visit ing and business cards, wedding announce ments, at home cards and office stationery EASTERN SPECIALTY CO.. 08 Hloornflcid avenue. FINE printing that will serve vour purpose. niLOOR A PH PRESS, 411 Washington st. A. F. HOLMES. HIGH-GHAT " printing at low-grade prleaa TOITTF \rademv st.. Newark. N. THE AD. 1 i: PRINT FRY, 2ft Warren st., produces good printing, "no price fighters." HOUSE MOVFn*. HOUSES moved anywhere, raised, etc.; shoring and needling a specialty. IR VINGTON HOUSE MOVING CO.. 30 Maple av. Phorn- 317? W. Wavnrly # MIDWIVES. MRS. DREWES, German midwife, 188 Mul berry at., cor. Market at —Ladle.*’ private nursing, confinement*; high-class experience; home treatm't If desired Phone. R28U W. Mkt. GRADUATE midwife— MRS. GRURICH, 88 South Orange av., Newark; ladles’ private nursing, ronfinements; treatment at home. Phone 81B8-W. Market. 9KWING MAOIPfES. SEWING machines repaired right In your home. Pend postal to MR MTTCHELL. 40 Thirteenth •».. or phone 8678-J. Market. - —_- ^ DRESSMAKING. MRS. M. OASCHKB-MR8. F. C. HOpT.ER— Fashionable dressmaking; lessons In dress making four night* n week. OAPGIIKE HOPLER, 274 Broad st. DRESSMAKING taught by MADAM STOESSER; cour*e, $5 per month; call Wednesday, from 1 to 8. Address 717 South Nineteenth st.. city. SllftDOGATE’S NOTICES. NEWARK. N. J., August 18. 1818. Estate of O^cnr Naundorff, deceased. Pursuant to the order of Isaac Hhoenthal. Surrogate of the Tounty of Essex, this dav made, on the application of the undersigned, executors of said deceased, notice 1* here by given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or af firmation, their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased, within nine months from this date, or they will he for ever barred from prosecuting or recovering the satno against the subscriber. ANNA L. NATNDORFF FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Notice la hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, the as«lgnee of Charles M. Bundsch >h, assigned, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphans' Court of the County of Essex on Friday, the twenty sixth day of September next. FREDERICK E. MEYER. Dated August 22. 1913. Leo Stein, Proctor. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT— Notice Is hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, the substituted admlnls trator with the will unnexed of Joseph Bald win, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate and reported for settlement to the Orphans' Court of tho County of Essex on Friday, the twenty-sixth day of Septem ber next. FIDELITY TRUST CO. Dated August 10. 1913. * BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. At MACAULAY’S REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS PLACES SOLD. rF YOU WANT TO BUT OR SELL SEE MACK. “THAT’S ALL." 2103 FIREMEN’S BUILDING. TELEPHONE 2888 MARKET. SILVER BLACtT FOXES Have been connected for two year* with the broedlng of Black Foxee; am starting new company and offering 8 per cent, ac cumulative preferred stock at par. Write or call for further particulars. GRANT & WILSON. Tribune Building. FOR SALE—Drug store, N. J , 17 minutes from 180th ferry; average $30 per day: real money-maker: If you have $2,000 cash and mean business we have the best propo sition on market; no misrepresentation T. SMITH, news stand Inside of W. 130th -t. ferryhouse, New York. YOU are respectfully invited to attend dem onstration of the Universal Clothes Drier, which retails for $1.50. Our selling system guarantees Mg profits. Strictest Investiga tion solicited. DAVIS, 207 Market *t., room 402. 8ALOON MAN seeks honest partner with $1,500 to Join him with equal amount, pur chasing excellent comer cafe; experience 'un necessary. GEORGE H. GARDNER, 580 W. 174th st.. New York City. CAFE, business lunch, opposite Siegel Cooper; cheap rent, well paying; price $10,000, only $3,500 required. 40 West 19th st.. New York. EXCELLENT opportunity, detective agency, only ready buyer need apply. EASTERN REALTY A RALES CO.. Oklfl Bldg.. Wash ington and'Bank sts.; phone 8075 Market. | FOR SALE—Grocery and delicatessen. In Brooklyn; good nolghborhood: rent $25. Inquire 101 Garfield pi., first floor, South Brooklyn. FLA IX) ON—Three-story comer ssloon prop erty; would oonslder two-family house, about $4,500. tn trad*. F. BASTBR8, BOB Hunterdon st. FOR BALE—Grocery In Plainfield at Inven tory; price about $1,500; several large gen eral country stores. Address LEEK. 52 Sherman av., Newark. ATTENTION, LIQUOR DEALERS, FOR PAIX50N8, Roe MACK, HOTELS. Firemen’s Building. ROADHOUSES. That’s all. FOR BALE—Saloon, bowling alley* and pool tables; doing good business; no agents. 433 Grove st., Irvington, N. J. FOR flAT.E—Small grocery and confection ery atore; reasonable. Call 0 Columbia st. BUSINESS PERSONALS. PRINTING AND MULTIGRAPHING. P. A L. service 1* complete. We write strong, convincing copy for booklets, folders, etc.; arrange, design and print thrm well; mu It I graph letters, compile mailing lists, ad dress envelopes, wrappers, etc. Let our representative call and explain our service In detail The PRICE A LEE CO.. *28 Broad. Reliance Mattress Co. 332 Washington st. Phone 2307-W, Market. For $2.25 we will renovate and sterilize your feather or hair mattreas. 12.75 more will give you new tick of finest quality. New all cotton mattreas, 10.00. Cushions made. HELENE SWIFT'S DERMATINE—An as trlngent for relaxed muscles and removing wrinkles: no cream or grease; a perfect skin tightener: samples mailed. 25 cents. 1 W. 34th st.. opp. Waldorf-Astoria, New York, and Paris. OHO. HARRIS, expert chimney builder; denned from top to bottom. $3 per flue: chimneys hullt >nd repaired; smoky chtm ncys guaranteed to draw. 137 Sunset av.; tel. 077-W, Market. Metal Ceilings and Walls Ceilings. $8 up. FRED. J. BOCK. 17-10 Kills av., near Clinton av. Tel. 8105 Wav. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, warts and moles permanently removed without Injuring nkfn. HARRIET ELLIS BENGLE8S. 127 Fifth at. UPHOLSTERING, nil kinds; renovating or manufacturing mattresses, etc.; guaranteed work low price*. JACOB BALZBERG, 65 Ferry st. WE are prepared to take on Jobbing work In hlgh-cInH* brass turning; estimates fur nished. CUSPIDOR MFG. CO., 40 Lnwrcnco st.; phono 8*53 Market. FLAGGING—Sidewalks relald; cement wilks; good work; low price. T. IT. DER MODY. 101 Halsey st., Newark. Tel. 8001-M, Market. A LEGITIMATE flnnnclal corporation can utilize $25,000. with or without services; handsome returns; banking and social refer ences exchanged. J., Box 23. Star Office. MERRITT METAL CEILING CO. Ceilings and walls. ND-01 Academy st. In business 20 years. Tel. 4000 Mkt. J!Z. Metal Ceilings THOMAS F ALMOND. 58 Day st.. Orange. ESTIMATES Dr*rvfir*rr GUARANTEED 0430 .T. Mkt lAOOnng WORK. NEWARK ROOFING CO., 2 Cottage st CAPITAL wanted: fully protected: party possessing enterprise. Address BCRIVEN, 50 Church st. BRASS beds and chandeliers roflnlsbed to look like new. AMERICAN CHANDELTWR CD.. 180 Bouth Orange av.; fel. 1001) Mkt. Circular letters, 15 Cents Pm 100 Co. NEWARK TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, fl Reaver at.. Newark Phone 44^0 Mkt INSTRUCTION. NEW JERSEY LAW SCHOOL. 88 EAST PARK ST.. NEWARK. The sixth year opens September 18. 1018. Full eourse of study, lending to the degree of LL. B. Approximately ninety per cent, of our graduates hnve been successful at their first New Jersey bar examination. During the snme 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, often* September 18, 1013. The new preliminary education requirements do not affect those entering In September, 1018. Office open daily. Catalogues sent on request. NEWARK ACADEMY 514 High st.. cor. William. FOUNDED 1702. WILSON FARRAND, Head Master Reopen* September, 24th, 1018. Thorough preparation for any college or scientific school, or for business life Gym nasium nnd Athletic Field. Nujnbar In each form limited. Catalogue on- request. The head master will he at the Academy dally from 0 to 3 during tho week beginning September 15th. F*t COLEMAN NATIONAL 52nd 1802 BUSINESS COLLEGE Year Academy and Halsey Sts., Newark, N. J. OLDEST LARGEST STRONGEST BEST Fall Term Opening—Day School. Sept 2nd ♦o 15th; Evening School, Sept. 3rd to 15th. Courses: Commercial, Shorthand and Type writing. English Branches. Civil Service, Penmurishlp. Call or wrlto for Booklet*. JOHN KIJOLER, JR., Principal. Founded DRAKE COLLEGE. Incorporated 1881 1902 The school with 28.000 graduates In position* Drake graduates hold the professional and amateur olmmplrtr.shlp* of the world, also various other championships. Visit our school and let us prove to you that Drake'* Is the best. Office open dally and Mon., Tuea. and Thur. evening*. Cor. Broad and West Park st*. JAMES ROSS, Business Manager. Newark Business CnlleRe The Individual training *rhool Course*: bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting. aerre tarlal, civil service and etenotypy. Fall term opens September 2nd, day and evening. Catalogue on request. IRA L. CALVERT. Principal. THE NEWARK SEMINARY. Mis* Wllmore’s Boarding and Day School, 172 CLINTON AV„ NEWARK, N. I. C*.ll«ge preparatory, literary, scientific. Eng lish course*. Primary department. Catalogue INFALLIBLE chart stork trading system taught. A. J. K., 300 West I20th at., New Yorit. Dancing. I DAVIS'S SCHOOL OF DANCING, 400 Broad at.—Open all cummer for private lessons, j Phone 31 M2 B. B. Mailt. BANJO, MANDOLIN. GUITAR, VIOLIN Treason*. BOc second-hand Inatrumenta for •ale. A. J. WEIDT, 489 Washington *t.. enr Kinney. MECHANICAL DRAWING. Inventions Perfected Labor-saving machinery designed and Im proved; practical drawing* mode; reasonable. A67 North Seventh at. REAL ESI ATE BROKER!* MYRON W. MORSE, REAL ESTATE—INSURANCE—LOAKf. 740 BROAD ST. 130 THIRD AV. RENTING A COLLECTING A SPECIALTY. JOHN J. QUINN, BPS PESTTTNE AV. TEL. 2000 R. WAVERLY INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. LOANS. C. J KIERAN, REAL ESTATE—INSURANCE—LOANS. Eat 1084. 22 Cl!n»nn St. Phona 6130 Mitt. , P. L. BRYCE, Iimiranca. Rral Entata. T-oan* 010 Broad at. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. SHERIFF’S SALE—Tuesday, August 25th, 1919. 2 p. m., sheriff's office. Court House. Newark. Fine largo, corner, two-fnmlly dwelling, 451 Fourth nv., Newark: worth $7,000; nmount duo on mortgage being fore closed $5,800; your chance; new mortgage for substantial portion of purchase prlco can he secured. Particulars, J. HANSBUBY CALLAGHAN, Att'y, B19 Union Bldg. MR. HOME8EEKER, look at 345 Wood side av, a classy little home of white stucco construction, containing 8 rooms, steam heat, hardwood trim, gnu and electricity; also garage with electricity; ton small for pres ent owner; price, $5,550. Only small nmount of cash required. GEORGE F. HEWSON. Ordway building. 207 Market st FOREST HILL BARGAIN—Adjacent to El wood av.; a classy residence of 10 rooms, parquet floors throughout, chestnut trim, beam ceilings, panel walls, beautifully dec orated; gas and electricity; Alan* garage; asking $9,000; open to reasonable offer. GEORGE F. HEWSON. OrdwBy building. 207 Market at. TWO-FAMTLY SACRIFICE—Adjacent to Heller parkway and Summer av.: a sub stantially constructed 2-famllv house, con taining 13 rooms; steam heat; In perfect condition: owner desiring going West, will sacrifice for $5,500 or best offer. GEORGE F. HEWSON, Ordway building, 207 Mar ket st. ONLY a block from Washington av., a classy little homo of six moms and hsth. on a lot 52x100. with large garden and chicken house; present owner will sacrifice $3,400; house built by owner for himself four yenr* ago. HEWSON Ordway Bldg.. 207 Market street. MODERN Indiana !fm**tont two-family house; every appearance of a private dwelling, comer Avon and Treacy ava.; 3 minutes from two linos of trolleys: lot 47x111 feet. MONAHAN STONE CO.. Plum Point lane. Newark. EMMETT ST., near Broad —Free and clear lot; very desirable: no trading or exchang ing. Address O. D. B.. Rot 57. Star office. BARGAIN—Three-fnmllv house and store: all Improvements: brick stable and shed In rear: lot 50x100; good for any business: must sacrifice. Call Room 403. 154 Market st. RAROATN—Two-family house, 10 rooms and bath, Improvements. 55 Oohle at., city. FINE building plot. 100x100, Chadwick av., $2,800. F. RASTERS. 500 Hunterdon St. Wew Jersey. FARMS and country homes my specialty, vicinity of Lakewood. N. J.: etate your wants for free catalogue. TTARRTBON MATTHEWS. 102 2d at.. Lakewood. N. J. Ont of Town. TEN ACRES of splendid soil; especially good for truck, fruit, apples and other frUtta; good transportation, water, climate, rondo, reached by steam and electric lines; every foot good, tlllnhtc land; price $200. weekly or monthly payments. C. H. (HERE. 142 Mar ket st. FOR BALE—Cheap; the Real Estate and In surance Business of the N. A. Keeler /k Co., of High tat own, N. J. This Is a flno opportunity for a llvo man. WERT NEW YORK—Lota with all Improve ments: $700 up; houses for sale. JOSEPH STILT!, C87 Bergenllne nv. Flftat Orange. TFT PEE of most complete cosy home# In the market, located near Harrison st., In first class location, R rooms and tile hath, steam best, parquet floors, decorated; lots. 40x158: price, $7,500 each; $500 cash, balance same as rent If desired. FRANK n. TAYLOR, opp. Brick Church Station. REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE. WTTAT have you to nffTor for a beautiful one family 11-room residence In Richmond Till], T,ong Island; price, I10.R00; first mortgage, IR.OOO. Will consider for equity a bungalow with nbout one acre of land and lots In New Jersey, not more than thirty ntles out. Mall full particulars of what von have to offer. GEORGE W MEADE, 11DB Broadway, N. Y. C., room 27. FARMS WANTED. WE can tell or exchange your farms, coun try homes or estate. Country Department. LOTUS SOHLHHINOKR. Tnc.. Essex build ing. FARMS FOR SALE. FARMS, country home, gentlemen's estates. New Jersey, New York. Long Tsland and Connecticut. Country Department LOUIS SCHLESTNOER. INC., Essex building. FOR SALE—Fine dairy farm of ninety acree: forty-five In meadow; good buildings; price $10,000; also bargain In town nronerttes. Apply to R A. DTTTCTTER. Round Brook, N. .T. "" 1 It. .... ... 1 8 9 FACTORIES. LOFTS, FTC., TO LFT LOFTS WITH POWER AND STEAM HEAT. 48 LAWRENCE ST WASHINGTON WTTflON. ROOMS In building northwest comer Ch**«t nut and Mulberry ets; suitable for light manufacturing; heat and power. Inquire of ENGINEER. FACTORY building; plenty of Hirhf nrid nir; Whole or part.- Apply at 77 St. Francis at.. Newark. N. J. FACTORY Plenty of light and air. Apply 77 St. Francis st., Newark. N. J. STEAM heated light lofts on Market st. GEORGE W. CROSS 320 Market st. STORES AND OFFICES TO I.FT. DESIRABLE offices and desk spaces to let; reasonable ratea; Splngnm building, 188 Market st. W. J. ROAM, agent, real estate and Insurance. HALSEY ST., 28—Store and building to let. CARL F. 8CHELLER, 83 Halsey st. TWO light shops and store: best location In city; will let separately. 23 South Or ange av. LODGE ROOMS AND HALLS TO LET. LARGE hall and meeting rooms to 1st. In quire ESSEX HALL 328 Rank st. GARAGES TO LET. GARAGE to let; new end up-to-date, gnd business for sale. Call GO Marshall st. STABLE* TO LET. SIX-STALL stable; all Improvements; to rent from the first of September. 280 Belmont av. MEDICAL. LADIES, consult a specialist on all spaclm ailments. Irregularities, etc.; Heated by a licensed physician, absolute relief guaran toed- lady attendant; private nursing ar ranged if necessary; charges low; ad vice free; hours, 9-8; Sundays. 10-4: take elevated, subway or surface cats to W. *181 h st. nation; EXPERIENCED SPECIALIST. 128 WEST HITH ST., near Broadway, New York city. i AM buying and selling ladlen' and gents' second-hand clothing. C. CAIIN, 117 South Grange av. AUCTION SALKS. AUCTION SALE By Order of the U. S. District Court Entire stock of Millinery, Feathers, Flowers, Jtlbbons and a lot of Jew elry; a National Cash Register, four heavy plate Show Cases, several Wall Cases, 20 largo plate Mirrors; also a large Marvin Safe, At 11 o’Clock This Morning 0OV6 Springfield av., near High st. BARNEY LARKEY. DAVID BOBKER, Receiver. Attorney. S. VAN POZNA1L Auctioneer. RARE chance for housekeepers at REID S Auction Rooms, 18 Arlington st., near Market; our regular furniture tales each Tuesday and Friday, commencing at 10:1,0 a. m., are filled with furniture and house hold goods of all kinds from various con signers and sold at your own price to the highest bidder; a visit will pay you; get the habit. DWELLING HOUSES FOB SALE. BRICK, large plot, for Ital. physician $8,750 One-family frame, 30 ft. front.$4,000 One-family brick, 7 rooms......$4,200 One-family frame, shed, stable, garage $5,000 Two-family, 0 room*, rent *27.$3,200 Two-family. 11 rooms, ient $37.$4,*00 3 one-famliy frame, groat bargain.$8,400 N. J. Farm Exch., Real Estate & Const. Co. 188 Market st., 5fh floor. Tel. 8221 Mlct. WEEQTTAHIC PARK—New single-family stucco houses. 6 and 7 rooms; steam heat, electric and gas: hardwood trim and floor*: tile hath; price, 18,000 to $0,500; easy terms. HARRY M. COX, Ordwny building. 'Phone 2816 Market. $2,800 BUYS one-family, 6-room house; all improvements; At condition. 180 Camden st., or 175 Thirteenth av. East Orange. BARGAIN for two-family house In Bast Or ange; 7 and bath and 6 and hath; In per fect condition; newly decorated: plate rail, gas domes and separate heat: $5,200. $4,000 may remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Five minutes to Grove st station: three minutes to trolley. M. HANILY, 645 Mt. Prospect av. HOUSES FOR SALE OR TO LET. NEW 5-room house; extra lot. 40x100 in rear; fruit trees, chicken houses: price $8,500; $500 cash; rent $22. Inquire 73 Cummings st., or MEEKER A HEADLEY, 800 Broad st.. Newark. MORRTfl AV., 368—Ten-room house; all Im provements. Cnll at 858 Morris av. APARTMENTS, ROOMS AND FLAT* TO LET. APARTMENT—The Myrtle, Sussex av. and Warren st.; five nnd seven rooms; all im provements. best location in Roseville. In quire JANITOR. Tel. 8482 Branch Brook. APARTMENTS, Clinton av.. 406—Five light rooms and bath; nicely decorated- steam host, hot water and Janitor; $25-$27; first, second and third. CORNER Elm and Union sts.; four rooms. hnth; all 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 eto.; centrally located. JOSE GEORGE, 80 Ferry st. FERRY ST., 81—Four rooms; modem Im provements. * large rooms; rent. $12. Inquire 858 Morris av. FIVE and six-room apartments to let; all Improvements, cor. Nye av. and Dewey st. FLATS—In city’s business section; five bright, light rooms, hath; no children: rent $23; next City Hall. BCIIELLKR, 36 Frank lin st. FLAT to let: 4 th floor; five light, airy rooms, for small family. 107 Belmont av. FURNITURE moved, packed nnd shipped: locked storage rooms; also buy household goods nnd office furniture. H. HUNT, store, 08 Orange st.; warehouse, 73 North Four teenth st.. East Orange. FOUR large rooms! all Improvements; $11.50; five large rooms, $18. 114 Walnut st. FIVE rooms and bath: steam hented. 430 Clinton av. Apply EMIL UHRY. 2 Btrat- 1 ford pi. ' FIVE-ROOM flat; all improvements; rant, ■ $15. 715 South Orange av., Vallsburg neo- : tlon. FIVE and six-room npartmentn !n new 1 three family house: tile bath, steam heat, electric light: convenient to five car lino#: rent reasonable. Inquire ROEHM, 285 Littleton nv. HOUSTON BT., 80—BIx rooms; all the latent Improvements, and pantry, except steam heat. Inquire 38 Houston st. SEVEN large rooms and bath; all Improve ments. 30 East Kinney nt., cor of Or^ard st. Apply EMIL UHRY. 2 Stratford pi. SEVEN rooms, all Improvement#. 70 Con gress st.. city. RTX light moms; all improvement*; steam heat furnished. 723 Springfield av. RTX large, sunny-room flat; $13.00. 01 Sun set av WARTTTNOTON A Kinney sts —4 A 5 moms; hot water and heat furnished; rent $18 up. Tnqulrp supt. bldg., or BEYER, 1175 Broad. WASHINGTON AV.. 425—Two comer flats; five rooms, bath: second floor; all Improve ments; near station; all light, clean rooms; $15. __ WERT KINNEY RT.t 82—Six rooms and bath; all Improvements, steam heat, hot wnter. electric lights, jnnltor service. In quire on premises or CHARLES LOEREL, 222 Washington st. East Orange. EATON PL., 8—Second floor; seven rooms and hath; newly decorated; plate rail, gas domes and separate heat; rent, $22.50. M. HANILY. 045 Mt. Prospect av. Ornngre. UP-TO-DATE flat. 8 rooms, all Improve ments: near trolley and railroad station. Inquire 12 Elm st.. Orange. . . ." ■ ■ .■■■■.['JL-L-IL'-JJ lOANS-rKHSONALS. LOANS $ 10 and UPWARD TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND WORKINGMEN. COME IN • nd let us explain the American system to you. You will find us a surprisingly differ ent institution from tho ordinary loan com pany you read and hear about. We require no Rsslgnmen’s. Indorsements, references or pledges. No one, oven though a member of your own family, need know of your bor rowing Call, write or nbone us. American Loan Co. 787 BROAD HT. COR. MARKET ST. Phone Market 2220. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. QUICK MONEY! Everyone needs money at tills aea aon. 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 $1.78 18.00 loan, 8 payments 2.80 20 00 loan, 8 payments 8 25 25.00 loan, 8 payments 4 00 80.00 loan, 8 payments 4.75 40.00 loan, 8 payments 0.25 80.00 loan, 8 payments 7.78 Call, phono 1237 Market or writs. Mutual Loan nnd Investment Co. 607-508 WIss 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 am cnpable men. not women who appreciate the privacy tbit you desire. New Jersey Finance Co. 8CHEUER BUILDING, 738 BROAD ST. Third Floor. Tel. HB8 Market. Pawn Brokers. ONE PER CENT. on $20.00 nnd over. Two per cent, on sums below. Loaned on diamonds. Jewelry, etc. Eat. 1882. C. IIIERMAN 10 Cedar st. Near Broad st.. opp. W. V. Snyder Co. Office hours, N n. m to 7 p. m.: Rat.. 10 p. m. LOANS—MORTGAGESL^_ HAVE clients desiring second mortgages. Law office* of WILLIAM HARRIS. Na tional State Bank building, 810 Broad st. PHOTO SUPPLIES. "We have a reputation to maintain..” Photo supplies at rock-bottom prices. Special bargains changed every day. Photo finishing In 24 hours guaranteed. High clans workmanship and materials. COMMERCIAL PHOTO CO.t New Jersey’s Largest Photo Establishment. 355 Washington st. Newark, N. J.„ "Call ub up. Market 4080.” •• * •»< nr|e* everywhere Look for yellow signs” SUMMER RESORTS. HIGH VIEW HOUSE—Mlnlslnk Ford, Sul livan County, N. Y.; eight minutes’ walk from Erie station, Lackawaxen. Pa.; excel lent table. MRS. C. LQHMaNR. 4 dwellwo novras to lbt, BELMONT AV., 660—Five room*, flr«t three-family house, 118. JOHNSON AV.. 809—Five rooms, first fiOdr.f two-family house. $18. Ingulre • CLINTON PARK SOUTH L. A I. CO., _ 800 Broad at. BRUNSWICK ST.. 14&~One-fa ml! y brick house, 0 rooms and hath; all ‘.mprove ments; large yard. Inquire 13 Elisabeth av. CLINTON AV., 76—Brick dwelling house; «J£Vrteen rrwm*; all. Improvements Inquire STOUTENBURQH A CO.. 801 Broad at. NEW six-room house and large attic, bath. etc.; hot and cold water, steam heat set tubs, gas and electricity; rent $22.; r»n William et., Nutley. Apply H. WOOD, 388 Centre et.. Nutley. WEST END AV., 16—Seven rooms; all 1lh rent WO. BLA8RERO ZIEGLER. 30 Clinton at. FCKXI8HED ROOMS TO LET. WE w'll give you any information aboat these or any other furnished rooms la Newark free of char.e. Inquire FUR NISHED ROOM BUREAU. Star offlo*. AT «ie private rewldenoe of MRS. EDOAK E. BOND, 138 Orchard at-, a few respectable* ladles and gentlemen can be accommodated;-* table board; good home cooking. ---—-—.— -..‘itu APARTMENT, 11 Orchard et.; connecting, and single rooms; light housekeeping; jt;ja» City Hall. ACCOMMODATIONS for refined people; _J^rge private house, 638 High st. APARTMENT, 808 Washington st.: B rdWmC' furnished for light housekeeping; gns, tuW, range, refrigerator. heat and bath: two non-, fleeting rooms, with kitchenette, for bouse Keeping^ sleeping rooms; reasonable. BLFECKER ST., 84—Nicely furnished room*, suttable for one or two; steam heat; eles trie light. WILLIAMS’S BELL. BROAD BT., fiB—Desirable location; nteely furnished single room; private. ST. llfll—Two largo connecting light housekeeping rooms; rooms and table board; terms vory low. BLEECKER ST.. 7—Single aid” doubt* - room, light housekeeping; all Improvements; back of Ilahne's; newly furnished. BLEECKER BT., 110—Pleasant furnished rooms for housekeeping; single or con* noctlng; Improvements, convenient to tubes* • CHESTNUT BT., Bfl — Large and small roodfll; till Improvements; private house. COLUMBIA BT., 78—Nicely furnished rooms, private family; all Improvements. » FRONT room and bath, with private ffcm*' lly. 886 Clinton av. r FURNISHED room to let for light house keeping. 83 Cabinet st. FTTLTON ST.. 81—Well fumlshTdTarge and small rooms; three minutes to tube; terms reasonable. - * v KEARNY, N. J., 81 Woodland av.-r-Two nice light furnished rooms, with board suitable for three gentlemen; bath; good' table. . ••**«>■* LAFAYETTE KT., 175—With or without board MARSHALL ST., 18— Large front room with' alcove; suitable for light housekeeping, centrally located; rates reasonable; all im provements. MT. PLEASANT AV., 248—Front room*,1 newly furnished; suitable for two; home like and comfortable; reasonable. ' , MT PROSPECT AV., 144—Two nicely fur nished rooms, suitable for man and wife). light housekeeping; private house; call aftef 8 p. m. MULBERRY ST.. 10S—Nicely furnished front* rooms. $1.78 to $2. MULBERRY BT.. 204—Under new manage ment; single and connecting rooms; house keeping; reasonable. MULBERRY BT.. 218. cor. Oreen—Second floor; desirable rooms; running water, gas, bath; rooms for gentlemen, $1.80. MTTLBERRY BT., 88—Large and small rooms; opposite city market; reasonable* MULBERRY BT. 103—Central Hotel; tm large front rooms; reasonable. NICE, clean room for respectable working man. 880 South Sixth st. ORCHARD BT., 180—Nice, airy, welt-ke^t, single rooms; rates reasonable. ORCHARD BT.. 122—Nice large, airy rooms* nil Improvements: reasonable. ORCHARD ST., 120—Largo and small rootMf an improvements. •... ..... .. ORCHARD ST., 121—Large, pleasant room; kitchen with running water, complete housekeeping; single room; all Improve ment 0. PLANE BT.. 180—Nice airy, large room, suitable for couple; nil Improvements. STATE ST.. 44—Superior furnished room* suitable one or two; all Improvements. STATE ST.. 48—Nice, large room; all im provements; near D., L. & W. THIRD AV.. 118—Nicely furnished room*; all Improvement!; breakfast If desired: table board opposite house. WALNUT ST., 11. near Dread—Large front room to let; nice location; board optional. WASHINGTON ST.. 208 (Commercial Hotel* — Furnished rooms: all Impts.; rates, rag-, sons b le. HOARDING. Hotel Kensington EAST PARK AND MULBERRY STB. Desirable rooms, with or without board, at reasonable rates; home cooking; good" service. C. JOHNSON. Prop. Tel. 8081 Market. FOREST HILL, T<ake st.. 778—Attractive room for two. with board: also two emartlef rooms; all Improvements and line locatJon»v Phone 1238. Branch Brook. LATHES’ home, limited to six; home com forts; all modern Improvements; fine loca tion;' terms reasonable. 447 Summer av. FmNISnEI) APARTMENTS TO LET. ” APARTMENTS and rooms, furnished or furnished; private baths, steam heat, lauon dry; best residential section. Inquire 83 Third av. BOT7TH ST.. 71—Small apartments. And oT second floor; private bath; steam heal; atrlctly first-class; rent $8 weekly. WA NTED-—MT ICELLAlfEOUP. ' ’ * LISTER’S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS. Manufacturers of Fertilisers of all kinds. Bona Black, Glue, Grease, Chemicals, etc. Buyer* of Dry Bone and Butchers' Donor Consignments solicited. For particulars rtre«» I.JSTFR AGRICULTURAL CHRSlt CAL ■WORKS, 2 Rector nt.. New York Olt^ and Lister av , Newark, N. J, JOHN F. KEHOE, President. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE^ CONTIBnS OF HOUSES, FLATS AND STORE 3 ! BOUGHT: CASH QUICK: CON^'DE v u a:*4 42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.; Phone 2OTL,,* CAfiH paid for nM gold, stiver sod diamonds, T. J. BRADLEY. INC., 482 Broad st., ft#** to Continental Hotel. Phon- ‘TOO B. B. ' OLD gold, silver, platinum and diamonds bought. BALBVRE, 781 Broad st, ovs? Petty's. Honsehold Goods. TEMPLETON, 358 Main at., buys and ieHs household and office furniture of a!’ ktt&3$ typewriters, etc. Write or phon» 2488 Or ange. PIANOS AND GROANS. NEW $300 piano; sell at one* for $180; fcev'af used, guaranteed 10 years. Call tO Elm et. ~ __ VTJ^y** UPRIGHT piano, very cheap; good condition. J.. Box 7. Star office. PATENTS* -M.fVvi F^AENTZEL & RICHARDS, patent law *e-» licltors of U. B. and foreign patents, trade marks, copyrights. 748*7 Broad st., Federal Trust Bldg., established 18SB. Tel. 1841 Mkt. PATENT*BUREAU RFICHELT.’ MB Broad «t. Newark. N 3. Branch office. Berlin, Germany. Foi-elr* patents a specialty, obtained and sold. ’ DRAKE A CO. Established 1WB. PhofiS 21MH Market. Firemen’s Insurance Co. building. Broad and Market ate. ... < RUSSELL EVERETT. Tel. 14M Markrt, PATENT LAWYER AND SOLICITOR. D. 8 and Foreign PtfprMFVS RTrn.ntA-a --- -•-Mfi-AiMir=vfi-=a;i|i FRATERNAL EMBLEMS. FRATERNAL Fobs. Charms. Butt*** Rings, etc.; all leading societies; nnaiMS Ins and repairing; (actor, price* NEWARK EMBLEM CO.. R. 8211, SO* EW*> .^1 Clothe* Pryara and Pulley Polea complete. IB and up. f » ii I 111 1 IT |l tVe make the beat ladder* on earth Call ar.d aee. PORTLAND LADDER CO., 180 Orange Ht.. Tel. 584 II. B.