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DOES your roof leak or need painting? W« paint and repair all kinds of leaky roofs and guarantee water-tight for ten years for one half regular price; wo use tho best ssphaltum 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 estimato on your work. NEWARK ROOFING AND MANUFACTURING CO., 2 Cottage st.; tel. 6436-J. Market._ WE ARE HEADQUARTERS for Lawn Rollon, Lawn Mowers. 1-awn Settees. Picks. Shovels, Hose, Spades. Water ing pots. Spading Forks, Wheelbarrows Trowels, Pruning Shears, Garden Hose, Poultry Wire, Mosquito Netting. ALL BRANCHES OF HARDWARE. BANISTER At POLLARD CO., 200-208 MARKET ST., HOME OF GOOD HARDWARE. DON’T BUY a vacuum cleaner until you have seen and tried a "LITTLE WONDER," which sells for $4.50 and will do your work as good as one costing TEN TIMES as much. A child can operate. Send postal for FREE trial. "LITTLE WONDER" HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO.. DEPT. 1. 188 CENTRAL AV., NEWARK. N. J. _ NOW is the time to put that leaky roof of yours in good condition. No matter what kind of a roof you have wo can fix It. or We will sell you tho material to do tlm work yourself. A postal will bring our representa tive. EST. J. G. HBTZEL, 07 Maine st., Newark, N. J. FOR SALE— In baslnes* section of Perth Am boy, N. J., hotel nnd restaurant, twenty rooms, furnished; license good until July, 1014; will sacrifice on account of sickness For further particulars apply to I>. A. SHIRLEY, 130 Smith st., Perth Amboy, N. J. NEEDHAM player piano, mahogany. $175; Gabler upright, $75, cost $450; Bradbury square, $15, good condition; new upright sells for $250, onr price. $150. STORAGE WARE HOUSE. r,46 Central ai. (gold, rented, repaired; sup plies. wholesale and retail. CANFIELD, 190 Market at. OI.D 1IATS MADE NEW. ' For ladles, men and children, according to present style; new hnta made to order. north END HAT SHOP, 87 Belleville av. 4278 B. B. __ CHAMFIONSHIP Newark baseball pennants can now be had for sale at newsstand In front of United Cigar Store. Market and Broad sts. Handsome for decorating pur poses. FOR HALE CHEAP—Four Philo coopa. one utility coop and two economy coops, one adjustable coop; one goat fresh A. CHANDLER & ROBINSON, 280 Broad st.. Bloomfield, N. J. _ CHEAP, a Jewelers' traveling ,runk, with leather bags nnd Jewelers' tray; made by Crouch A Fit: Gerald Jewelry Co., ABNEIt KAL1SCH, Attorney, 104 Market st.. Newark, N. J. _ Torn new timber trunnes. can be made any length, and boards: also team hoi track: bargain. CLYNES CO.. Housa Movers, 22 Clinton st.. city. _ TOR SALE—Four-burner gas range, baking and broiling ovens: good condition: Ap ply GLADSTONE, 300 Ilalsted at., East Or ange. _ FOR SALE—Beautiful antique .mahogany bureau, over 100 years old; no dealers. DR. MANDEVILLE, 505 Broad fit. ATTENTION!—Now la the time to order storm sash; you save 25 per cent. NEW ARK SCREEN WORKS, 75-77 Schley fit. CANVAS COVERS, HORSE BLANKETS, POT STOVES. WALSH'S SONS & CO., PASSAIC AND CLAY STS. FIFTY chickens and fifty pigeons for snle cheap. FRANK KIEL, Burnet av., Union. N. J. I PAY highest cash for entire contents of stores of all descriptions; alfio all kinds of fixtures. J. NEIMAN. 284 Fifteenth av. ASCHENBACH, 349 Plane st.. repairs bags, suit eases, harness and collars. Headquar ters for tenta, etc., etc. BARGAIN—Handsome $70 fur set fbear>, no imitation, only $10. 206 South Tenth st. #LECTRIC LIGHT fixtures, almost new. 6 Fuller terrace. Orange. POT STOVE for sale; good as new. Saloon, 193 Sherman av. COAL LEHIGH and free-burning coal for family use; pea. buckwheat and bituminous, for steaming; George’s Creek, Cumberland, for ' smithing, ^foundry, furnace and crushed coke. Mail orders promptly filled. Phone Market 4477. 4478. JOHN G. MERKEL CO.. 28 Prince street. HOUSEHOLD (JOODS DON’T BUY i vacuum cleaner until you have sepn and tried a -‘LITTLE WONDER." which sells for $4.50 and will do your work as good as One costing TEN TIMES as much. A child Jan operate. Send postal for FREE trial. “LITTLE WONDER" HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO., DEPT. 1. 48,8 CENTRAL AV., NEWARK, #N. J. CARPET, $2.75; bureau, $3.75; parlor suit, *5; sewing machine, Singer. $5; ladies’ bicycle, $5; matting. Brussels carpet. 29 Bridge st., near Broad. LARGE kitchen stove. No. 8; new, white enamel bed, brass trimmed, and spring, very cheap. 441 Fifth st. MACHINERY. MACHINERY. A FULL LINE OF MACHINERY TOOLS. WOODWORKING MACHINERY. JEWEL ERS’ EQUIPMENT AND POWER TRANS MISSION MATERIAL BOUGHT AND SOLD. ENTIRE PLANTS OUR SPE CIALTY. NEWARK SECOND-HAND 'MACHINERY COMPANY, 93-105 CHESTNUT ST. PHONE 5410-5411 MARKET. --- Phone 6488 Market. NEW JERSEY MACHINERY EXCHANGE. New and second-hand; high-class tools. Plants bought. Our only Newark store, 349 Market st. Phone 8434 Market. NATIONAL MACHINERY EXCHANGE. New’, second-hand, high-class tools, ma chine shops Luught 845 Market st. TYPEWRITERS. We Soil, Rent and Repair All Makes. Newark typewriter exchange 0 Beaver at. Phone Market 4430. WANTED—MISCEL LANEOUS LISTER’S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS. Manufacturers of Fertilizers of nil kinds. Bone Black Glue, Grease, Chemicals, etc. Buyer* of Dry Bone and Butchers’ Bone. Consignments solicited For particulars ad dress LISTER AGRICULTURAL CHEMI CAL WORKS, 2 Rector at.. New York City, and Lister av., Newark N. J. JOHN F. KH5HOE, President. ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, CONTENTS OF HOUSES. FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT; CASH QUICK; CONFIDENTIAL 42 SOUTH ORANGE AV.; Phone 2071. OLD gold, silver, platinum and diamonds bought. BALEVRE. 781 Broad 6t.. over Petty’s. CASH for old gold, silver, platinum and all kinds of residues containing tho precious metals. TRAUTZ CO.. 0-11 Delaney st. WANTED—Second-hand lumber, 2x6—12 ft.; 1x8—10 or 12 In. Address L., Box 00, Star office. TEMPLETON, 358 Main st., buys and sells household and offlee furniture of all kinds; typewriters, etc. Write or Phono 2438 Orange. CLOTHIWG. HIGHEST prices paid for cast-off clothing. hats and shoes. M. MANSON, second-hand clothes for ladles and gents 115 Hartford •t.; phone 4774-W, Market; send postal. J. SHERMAN pays more than any other dealer for ladies and gentlemen's castoff clothing, shoes and hats. 328 Warren «t. J AM buying and selling ladles' and gents’ ■econd-hand clothing. C. CAHN, 117 South Orange av. HIGHEST prices paid for cast-off clothing; send postal. EPSTEIN. 48 Broome st. HAT RENOVATORS Hats—Hats—Hats BRODESftER & WAGNER, mfrs. and rer. ovators ladles’ and gentlemen's bats. 210 Washington st., near Bank. 5544-J, Mkt. OLD HATS _ Reblocked in now fall styles, J. H. . CKICC AM 171 WASHINGTON ST. s 1 ClN C.O/MN, 1 lO Look foi tho number. SADIES' HATS PRESSED iAs carry the latest styles, shapes. H. GABLE, 196 Washington st.. next to canal bride* LOST AND FOUND ADVERTISE LOST OR FOUND ARTIC.LES THE LAW "A person who finds lost property under circumstances which gives him knowledge or moans of inquiring as to the true owner, • nd who appropriate* such property to his i own use or to the use of another person who is not entitled therpto without having first made every reasonable effort to And the owner and return the propprty to him, i* guilty of LARCENY."—New Jersey 8tat« law. LOST—Black hag, on Sunday. September 23, Newark station. Uckawanna R. R.. con taining ladies’ gold watch and chain and other articles valuable as keepsakes. Re ward If returned to W. II. CROWE, 629 John »t., Kearny. IJ)8T-—Gold charm, initial D. O. R., some where between Fifteenth and Third fits., on Orange al. or Immediate vicinity; small reward for return of same. 59 North Four teenth st.. Newark. LOST—Blue pin-striped worsted trousers; name Farley & Farley on suspender but tons. Reward if returned to Farley & Farley, 853 Broad at. INSTRUCTION EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASS’N COURSES OFFERED: Accountancy, Advertising, Aero Club fboya), Automobile. Architectural Drawing, Civil Service (Postal Department), Cost Accounting. FI rat Aid to the Injured (boys), Ideehanlral Drawing, Modern Languages, Practical Electricity, Salesmanship, Tutoring. Wireless Telegraph tboys). etc., etc. Send today for booklet*! H. A. Townsend, Educational Director 108 HALSEY ST.. NEWARK, N. J. Eat. COLEMAN NATIONAL 52nd 1882 BUSINESS COLLEGE Year Academy and Halsey Sta., Newark, N. J. OLDEST LARGEST STRONGEST BEST Fall Term Opening—Day School. Sept. 2nd to 15th; Evening School, Sept. 3rd to 15th. Courses: Commercial. Shorthand and Type writing, English Branches. Civil Service, Penmanship. Call or write for Booklet S. JOHN KUGLER, JR.. Principal. MISS CRAVEN’S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 078 BROAD STREET, NEWARK, REOPENS THURSDAY, SEPT. 25. 1913. All departments, from kindergarten, through college preparatory; thorougn prep aration for any college. SPECIAL ART DEPARTMENT. Classes In Illustration, design, oil and water color painting, drawing from casts and life. Apply at the school after September let. ~ NEWAR kXcADTmY Founded 1792. WILSON FARR AND. HEAD MASTER. Thorough preparation for any college or scientific school, or for business life. Cata logue on request. Newark Business College The Individual training school. Courses: bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, ■ecre tarial. civil service and stenotypv. Fall term opens September 2nd, day and evening. Catalogue on request. IRA L. CALVERT. Principal. THE NEWARK SEMINARY. Miss Wilmore’a Boarding and Day School. 172 CLINTON AV.. NEWARK, N. J. College preparatory, literary, scientific, Eng lish courses. Primary department. Catalogue. C. FORMAN SMITH, teacher of piano and organ. Studio and residence 119 North Third st., near Orange st. DANCING. TEN LESSONS, $2 Prof. K. Bernhardt and other competent instructors. PRIVATE CLASSES ONLY. WALTZ, TWO-STEP. COMBINATION WALTZ, ONE-STEP AND MODI FIED TANGO. Private Tango classes can be arranged. ADULT CLASSES. Mon., Tues. and Thurs., at 7:15 p. m. Children's Classes, Wed., 3:30; Sat., 2. PALACE BALLROOM. WASHINGTON AND BLEECKER. THE DAVIS SCHOOL OF DANCING. At 40C Eroad st., opposite Lackawanna station. Beginners’ class Monday evenings: advanced class Friday evenings; all the latest dances taught in private or class les sons Tango reception Friday evening, Oct. 3. Tel 3182 B. B. Berry’s Dancing School 833 Broad st.: beginners* class forming; pri vate lessons by appointment. Phone 3131-W, Wav. LIPPEL’P SCHOOL OF DANCING, Now Union Hall. 163 Springfield av. Classes meet Mon.. Wed. and Fri. eve. Private les sons a specialty. Children’s classes every Sat. afternoon. DRAMATIC A ELOCUTION MISS E. MARIE SONN announces the open ing of her studio at 57 Halsey at.; private and c’fcss instruction. HAIRDRESSING A MANICURING Wanamaker Schools of Hairdressing, Manicuring OUR $10t COURSE.$25.Od OUR $50 COURSE.$12.50 $15 MANICURING COURSE.$5.00 Complete training in all branches. Posi tions obtained. Parlor practise. Handsome manicuring set free. Day and evening classes. WANAMAKER SCHOOLS, 41 West 33d st., near Waldorf Hotel. 270 6th av., near 17th at. MUSIC. NEW YORK GERMAN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 304-306-308 MADISON AV.. NEAR 42D ST. CARL HEIN, AUGUST FRAEMCKE, DIRECTORS. Highest education In Piano, Singing, Violin, ’Cello and all other Instruments. Empowered by State of New York to confer certificates, diplomas and the degree Doctor of Music. TERMS, $10 up per term of 10 weeks. Send for Catalogue. RAGTIME piano playing, popular music taught in twenty lessons; easy, Interesting method E. M. C.. Box 88, Evening Star, Newark, N. J. MR. CHARLES F. EICHORN, Instructor of organ, piano and harmony, also violoncello, flute, mandolin and guitar. 14 Thomas st., Newark. N. J. ADA M. KENNEDY. 4 Humboldt st.; phone 1134-R, B. B.; violin and piano Initructlon; T teach a method that produces the best possible results In one year’s time. BANJO. MANDOLIN. GUITAR~ VIOLIN Lessons. 50c second-hand Instruments for •ale A J. WE IDT. 439 Washington »t.. cor Kinney. C. FORMAN SMITH, teacher of piano and organ. Studio and residence 119 North Third wt., near Orange st. a LUIGI SPA DA. violinist, has resumed teaching: beginners and advanced pupils. Studio, 116 Stone st. Phone 99-M, B. B. VIOLIN. MANDOLIN LESSONS. 50 CENTS. MRS. MIN ETTA PRICE TICHBNOR, 145% PENNSYLVANIA AV. PERSONALS HAVING purchased the confectionery, Ice cream and cigar store of O. B. Hunt, at. 87 Bloomfield uv., corner Summer av\, Newark. N. J., I will not he responsible for debts contracted by him Indore or after this date. Sept. 20. 1913. I>. I>. DENNING. MV wife, Julia Del Grosso (nee Peleade), having left my bed without Just cause. I hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by her. Dated Oct. 1 1913. SALVATORE DEL GROSSO. 83% Garside st., Newark, N. J. PARTNERSHIP DISSO LUTION WE hereby give notice that the partnership lately subsisting between us, under the firm name of Moskowitz Ac Ntupelmun. was dissolved on this day and we request our debtors to pay the debts due us to Isaac Moskowitz. the undersigned, and our credit ors to present their claims to said Isaac Moskowitz within thirty days. ISA AO MOSKOWITZ, MAX STUPELMAN, 162 <’hurlton at.. Newark, N. J. Dated September 22d, 1913. ' .j. 1 ■» MIDWIVES MRS. DREWES, German midwife, 133 Mul berry st., cor. Market st.—Ladle*’ private nursing, confinements; high-class experience; .itme treatm’t if desired. Phone 823U-W,Mki. GRADUATE midwife— MRS~ GRURICH. 5« South Orange aw. Newark; ladle*’ private nursing, confinements; treatment at horoa. Phone 815S-W. Market STAR WANT ADS. BRING QUICK RESULTS, BUSINESS OPPOR TUNITIES AN opening extraordinary; you can secure controlling Interest and be manager of your own local manufacturing company now In 11b second year for $600. Only because of Illness In present executive's family is this remarkable offer possible. Very profitable products of merit proven by original testi monials and repeated orders from hotels, hospitals, art and police departments, busi ness firms and private users. An oppor tunity like this Is seldom svallable. Fullest Investigation solicited. Be prompt In ad dressing PERMANENT BUSINESS, Box 57. Star office. At MACAULAY’S REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS FLACE8 BOLD. IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL SEE MACK. “THAT’S ALL.” 1103 FIREMEN’S BUILDING. TELEPHONE 2888 MARKET. PUBLIC MARKET, corner of Summit av and Courtland at.. West Hoboken, will open on or about October 10, 1013; for floor apace ami all other partlculara, apply to THEODORE MENDLES, 121 Summit av.. West Hoboken. BUTCHER-GROCERY MARKET. located corner; Improved business section. In cluding ten-room house; all Improvements; ground, 25x100; owner retiring; going abroad. HENRY J. HOCH, 570 15th av.. Newark. Phone 208 Wav. HOTEL, In best section of Elizabeth; week ly income. $250 to $300; monthly rent. $80; price. $1,800. Saloon, weekly income of $.300 to $100: price. $0,000. ELIZABETH REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 400 Magnolia av., Eliza beth, N. J. PAYING business for sale; groceries and liquor store; good business; clean stock: bargain for spot cash; grand location: none but Interested buyers need answer. HART MAN HENRY, 2021 Jamaica av., Richmond Hill. Long Island. THTS la your opportunity; investigate our co-operative selling plan; small Investment absolutely secured; backed by easily demon strated. quick selling household necessity; retailing $1.50. Room 402. Ordway Bldg. THE best paying photograph gallery In Union Countv; yearly receipts. $3,500: steam heat; finest location In city; fully equipped; $800 cash. Apply BROSmAN, 317 Wall st., Elizabeth, N. J. A GOOD opportunity for right man; saloon, selling from 20 to 25 halves weekly: lo cated between two factories; good whiskey, wine and cigar trade. 272 Morris av.; no agents. FINE opportunity for bakers; for sale or rent, good paying bakery; fully equipped; can take possession at once; on acount of two businesses, owner must give up one. Ad dress BAKER. Box 53, Star Office. THE best located property In the city for express, milk, carpenter or bottling busi ness; 50x100: easy terms. BROSMAN, 317 Wall st.. Elizabeth, N. J. CORNER saloon. Hill section, for sale, rea sonable, on account of other business; MAY'S, corner Peshine and Waverly ava. FOR SALE—Saloon; good stand for the right party; reason, sickness. Address SALOON, Box 70, Star office. WANTED—Purchaser for patent: good invest ment; men or women. LITTON, Lay Col lege, Revere, Mass. SALOON, little money to responsible party; $75 daily. JOHN LUCEY. 127 E. 23d st.. New York. BUSINESS PERSONALS DON'T BUY a vacuum cleaner until you have seen and tried a "LTTTLE WONDER.” which sells for $4.50 and will do your work as good as one costing TEN TIMES as much. A child can operate.: Bend postal for FREE trial. "LITTLE WONDER” HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO.. DEPT. 1. 488 CENTRAL AV., NEWARK. N. J. _ RYDER & CO., RUG AND CARPET CLEANING. STEAM AND VACUUM PROCESS. MAKING AND LAYING. Satisfaction Guaranteed 22 MECHANIC ST. Tel. 404 Market. PRINTING AND MULTIGRAPHING, p & L. service is complete. We write strong, convincing copy for booklets, folders, etc.; arrange, design and print .them well; Multigraph letters, complete mailing lists, address envelopes, wrappers, etc. Let our representative call and explain our service in detail. The PRICE & LEE CO.. 828 Broad. -aa. Clothes Dryers and Pulley Poles complete, $5 and up. F^ i i i i m i i i i \ We make the best ladders on earth. Call and see. PORTLAND LADDER CO.. 130 Orange St. Tel 584 B. B. Reliance Mattress Co. 332 Washington st. Phone 2367-W. Market. For $2.25 we will renovate and sterilize your feather or hair mattress; $2.75 more will give you new tick of finest quality. New all-cotton mattresses. $6.00. Cushions made. MATTRESSES RENOVATED at the customer's residence by the improved method. HOFFMAN & PASHKOW. 21 Market st., Newark, N. J. GEO. HARRIS, expert chimney builder; cleaned from top to bottom, $3 per flue: chimneys built and repaired: smoky chim neys guaranteed to draw. 337 Sunset av.; tel. 977-W, Market. JUST LIKE NEW Hats pressed and manufactured to latest styles. 86V& Springfield av., cor. South Or ange av. Metal Ceilings and Walls Ceiling!*, $8 up. FRED J. BOCK. 17-19 Ellis av.. near Clinton av. Tel. 3105 Wav. Opened ann Q AFF^ F'or Repaired Loeksmlthing. T. THOMAS CO.. 28 Mechanic st. 2768-W.Mkt COMPOSITION flooring; water, fire proof: seamless bath, kitchen and stores; sanl tarv. easily cleaned. THE ORIGINAL L1NOLITH CO., 700 Ordway Bldg. Tel. 6320 Market. SUPERFLUOUS hair, warts and mole* per manently removed without injuring the skin. HARRIET ELLIS BEUGLESS, 127 Fifth sf., near Orange st. MERRITT METAL CEILING CO. Ceilings and wall*. 80-01 Academy st. In business 20 years. Tel. 4066 Mkt. AUTO genius, soldering aluminum, wants eapital: fortune to be made. E. RAUM BACH, Bogota. N. J. LATE CURTAINS cleaned and refurnished. 50c per pair; portiere* cleaned and dyed. 53 Rleecker st. Tel. 2873-W, Market. ESTIMATE Dnnfin O’ WORK. 6436-.T. Mkt. lAOOnriK GUARANTEED NEWARK ROOFING CO.. 2 Cottage at. BRASS beds and chandeliers reflnlahed to look like new. AMERIFAN CHANDELTER CO., 180 South Orange av.; tel. 1000 Market. Circular Letter*. 15 Cents Per 100 Up. NEWARK TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. 0 Beaver at.. Newark. Phone 4430 Mkt. CIRCULAR letter writing. addressing card* and envelopes a specialty. 138 Orchard st. Phone 7001 Market. i ” WATCHMAKERS. WATCHES cleaned, 75c; best mainsprings, 75c; all work guaranteed 2 years. POLI MER. 294 Market at. SEWING MACHINES. HEWING mochines repaired light fn your home. Send postal to MR. MITCHELL, 40 Thirteenth av., or ohon* 6573-J. Market. PHRENOLOGY_ MME REED, CLAIRVOYANT & PALMIST She not only tells you what to do, but how and when, for the best results. No matter what may l*o your suspense, desire or ambition, she will advise, aid and direct von to the road of auev’est. and happiness. She tells vou all. everything, the very thing* you wish to know concerning yourself and those In whom you arc interested. Offices 405-406 Century Bldg. J42 Market st., op posite Woolworth'* 10-cent store. Hours, 10 a. in. to 6 p. m.; elevator service. CONSULT MME, LE ROY. Clairvoyant PaltnlsU tolls everything: advice on busi ness. love, marriage. Location, Broad and Orangfe ate.; 469 Broad; most convenient en trance on Orange at., next to Lennox Lunch. CONSULT ENGLE on business or family troubles; tells names, dates, facta, health, love, marriage expert; advice to the sepa rated. 34 Centre st., near Hudson tubes. MME. HEWLETT—Advice business and family troubles. 27 Liberty St., top floor front. MME. KARL, 65 Halsey at., near New. back of Hahna'a. _ AUTOMOBILES DON’T LET ANYBODY BLUFF YOU. USE HARDMAN TIRES NEWARK RUBBER TIRE CO.. _ 200 HALSEY ST. national auto TOP co. Manufacturer* of auto tops, slip covers and trimming; special trimming for limousines, landau lets and touring ears; orders promptly attended to at moderate prices; expert repairing. 45 Beecher at., cor. Halsey st., near Lincoln Park, New nrk, N, .T, L. D. phone 1880 Market. Automobile Painting Tour machlnl painted by experts; beet grade of work done. Fore-doors and body repairs a specialty. T. F. RODGERS, 6 Atlantic at. BARGAINS In used commercial car*. ^• %. 1 and 2-ton capacity, good condition; If you need a motortruck or delivery car »ee what we have to offer. INGLE-HUNT MOTORS CO. 10-18 Shipman at., Newark, N. J. Phono 7050 Market. ALL makes of auto radiators and lamps re built and repaired by expert mechanics. AMERICAN AUTO RADIATOR WORKS. 4fl William st., near Washington st.; tel. 2092-W. Market. for sale ON ACCOUNT of discon tinuing DELIVERIES—ONE 5-TON ALCO TRUCK, IN A1 CONDITION. IN QUIRE MEYER & BUSH CO.. 33-35 WARD STREET. AUTO lamps, radiators, fenders and wind* ahle’da repaired; no competition can beat aa. V. J. LAMP WORKS, 18 William at., j Newark; tel. 7244-W. Market. Tubes VULCANIZED—25c Dawson auto tire co.. 20 winiam st. Flipping* Tgmc Popular Dust Covers -A.UTO I OpS Prices D. SEAMON. 838 Washington St. BOSCH Magneto Service Station No. 173. Repair all magnetos within 24 hour*. TIRE TRADING COMPANY. 50 William st. FULL LINE of new seconds at lowest prices at the N. J. TIRE EXCHANGE. 256 Hal ■ay st. Postal will bring representative. STEAM vulcanizing, tires and tubes CEN TRAL AV. AUTO TIRE REPAIR CO.. 519-323 Central av. AUTOS TO HIKE. TRUCKS and touring cars for hire bv the hour, day or w»ek: also furnish car and teach driving: reasonable price. I. H. C. MOTOR EXPREPS CO.. 198 HslMy st. 'Phone 7880 Market. FIVE AND SEVEN-PASSENGER PACK ARD CARS FOR RENT. 440 CENTRAL AV.. EAST ORANGE. TELEPHONE 1801 ORANGE. TWO DOLLARS per hour hires new and roomv flve-passenger cars. PARPENTER. 107 Belleville av. Phone 1359-R. B. B. PACKARD service cars rented, hour, day or week. H. R. BALL, garage 278-290 Halsey st. Phone 8988 Market. NEW flve-passenger cars to hire. MENUS BEDELL. 417 South Eleventh et.; tel. 1123-W. Waver!y. PACKARDS—Best and cleanest service: hour, day or week PACKARD RENTING CO., 11 Fulton st.; phone 789 Market. WANT an auto for Pleasure, weddings, etc., at the right price? * We have big 7-pass, cars. GEO. LEE. 1180 B.B. and 3239-W B.B. FOUR-TON truck to hire, by day, week or month: rates on application. LANE OARAGE, Ridge st. and Bloomfield ave. WARREN PL. GARAGE—Storage, renting, repairing. 22 Warren pi. Phone 8225 Mkt. AUTOMOBILES WANTED OLD autos and parts bought for cash; stor age batteries bought: any kind or condi tion. HAMILTON'S EXCHANGE. 90 Court street. MOTORCYCLES Reading-Standard & Iver Johnson Motorcycles Largest Stock in Eastern States Removal sale We are going to close . le of our stores and have made reductions In prices to move the stuff. Iver Johnson, Stearns, Columbia, Niagara. Pierce, Reading Standard. etc. Special discounts tnls month. See wheels. $5 down. $1 per week; tires, 98c up; Goodrich tires. $1.49; Fisk, $2.49. HER BERT AUSTIN. 81 Orange st., 21 William st., one-half block from Broad st. 1913 YALE Motorcycles and bicycles; have a ride and decide for yourself; Yale riders are Jolly fel lows; there’s a reason why we will take your old machine and exchange for a new one; we have some second-hand motorcycles that have been thoroughly overhauled; cash or time payments. F. C. CORNISH, 219 Clinton av., opposite Elizabeth av. REAL MOTORCYCLE REDUCTIONS. Have bought business Newark M. C. Co., 47 William st.; must reduce stock before re moving to 312 Halsey st; prices 20 per cent, off for cash; liberal J.ime payments; brand new and used Harleys. Merkels, Excelsiors, etc. $40 up. Call at either store. BUSH & MacDOUGALL. TIRES Newark special (Hartford make). $1.75 ea. GOODYEAR RUBBER STORE, 202 Market street. NEW and second-hand wheels; second-hand, $5 up; special track wheel. $35; great re ductions in tires and sundries; tires, $1.25 up. F. SCORNAVACCA. 351 Fifteenth av. IF you are looking for a bicycle, see us; all new bicycles 20 per cent, offl; used bicycles, $5 up; well-known tires fully guaranteed. $1.75. BELMONT CYCLE CO.. 345 Broad at. INDIAN twin cylinder motorcycle, first-class condition; a bargain; call evenings. 832 Grove st.. Irvington. ■■■ i -i n j, L ■ — | .LOANS—PERSONAL I OANS $10 and UPWARD TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND WORKINGMEN. COME IN' and Jet us explain the American system to I you. You will tlnd us a surprisingly differ ent institution from the ordinary loan corn- I panv you read and hear about. We require no assignments. Indorsements, references or pledges. No one. .even though a member of your own family, need know of your bor rowing. Call, write or phone us. American Loan Co. 787 BROAD ST. COR. MARKET ST. Phone Market 2226. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. QUICK MONEY. Everyone needs money at this sea son. Any honest man or woman may obtain a loan from ns ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT DELAY OR PUBLICITY at the following- rates: $10.00 loan. 8 payments $1.75 15.00 loan. 8 payments 2.50 20.00 loan. 8 payments 3.25 25.00 loan, 8 payments 4.00 30.on loan, 8 payments 4.75 40.00 loan. 8 payments 6.25 50.00 loan. 8 payments 7.75 Call, phono 1237 Market or write. Mutual Loan and Investment Co. 507-508 Wiss Bldg., 665 Broad St. Entrance N^ct to Childs’s I.unch Room. Open Monday and Saturday jffivonlngs. LOANS & MORTGAGES $3,000 LOAN WANTED- Will pay $125 for same. Address LOAN, Box 08, Star Office. PAWNBROKERS ONE PER CENT. on $20.00 and over. Two per cent, on sums below. Loaned on diamonds, jewelry, et2. Bet. 1862. C. BIFRMAN. 10 Cedar st. Near Broad at., opp. W. V. Hnycier Co. Offlco hours. S a. m. to 7 p. m.; Sat.. 10 p. m. PIANOS . NEW $300 piano; sell at once for $180; waver used; guaranteed 10 years. Call 19 Elm at. * PIANOS tuned and cleaned. $1.50. ARTHUR 8AMUEL. 588 South Thirteenth sL s REAL ESTATE BROKERS MYRON W. MORSE. REAL, ESTATE—INSURANCE—LOANS. 740 BROAD ST. 189 THIRD AV. RENTING ft COLLECTING A SPECIALTY JOHN J. QUINN, 89* PEPHINE AV TEL 2*9*-R. WAVERLY INSURANCE. IlEAL ESTATE LOAN® J. A. KIETLTXSKI. Real Estate. Insurance and T/oana. *45 BROAD ST.. NEWARK. P. L. BRYC*. Insurance Real Estate. I«oans P10 Broad at. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SECURE THIS PLOT Beautiful residence site In restricted sec tion of Cranford; five minutes' walk from station; two minutes from trolley; water, «?»«. electricity, sewers and sidewalks: size of plot 50x150 feet; will sacrifice and sell on satisfactory terms. For further particulars address BROWN & KINGSLAND. Firemen a Bldg.. Newark, N. J. BUY a lof on tha Nye tract. Newark's newest development; convenient term*, take Bread. Clinton or Hummer cars 'o Osborne terrace walk south to Hawthorns *v.: agents on property every day; send for map. FRANK L. 8HIELDS. 412 Union Bldg. VICINITY of Oelavan and Summer ava., a Wgh-class home of 9 rooms, living room, library. dining-room. conservatory and kitchen on first floor: 4 bedrooms on second floor; l room and attic on third floor; pres ent owner going to Europe, will sacrifice for $4.**00; not much cash required. GEORGE F. HEWSON. Ordway building, 207 Market street. FOREST HILL HOME—A beautiful corner plot, containing 12 rooms, 2 ba*hs quar ter oak trim; parquet floors, large expensive screened porches, also sun parlor: con venient to trolley and railroad station; ask ing $15,000; open to anv reasonable offer; plot GO 2-8x125. GEORGE F. HEWSON. Ordway building. 207 Market st. ARE you looking for property In Vallsburg section? If so, let me show’ you some of the greatest bargains ever offered In all kinds of property; I have a large selection always on hand. VAL. BOXHAG, 976 South Orange av. VATL8BURG PROPERTY—Large selection of one. two. three and six-family houses: also 2.000 lots. $300 up; easy terms; now Is the time to buy all kinds of property: to exchange some bargains on hand. See VAL BONHAG. 976 South Orange av. MODERN Indiana limestone two-family houae; every appearance of a private dwelling; corner Avon and Treacy ava.; 8 minutes from two linos of trolleya; lot 47x111 feet. MONAHAN STONE CO.. Plum Point lane. Newark. SIX-FAMILY APARTMENT, of stucco and frame construction, containing 27 rooms. 6 baths, all modern Improvements; annual rental $1,116; price $9,000; only $1,000 cash necessary. GEORGE F. HEWSON, 207 Market st., Ordway Bldg. FOREST HILL—Choice two-family house, consisting of 13 rooms, two baths, two sep arate steam heaters, on a lot 30x100: renting for about $000 a year: price $5,750. only $50»» cash necessary. GEORGE F. HEWSON. Ordway building. 207 Market st. FOR SALE—Two-family house, with store, 80x157; can be bought reasonable. MRS. MEYERS, 927 Oomrounlpaw av.. opposite county park, Jersey City, N. J. PLOt of gronnd, 60x115 feet; Hedden terrace. Clinton Hill section, one-half block off Clin ton av.; restricted to one-fatnlly houses; small amount of cash required, inquire 923 Clinton av. OUT OF TOWN. TEX ACRES of splendid soil; especially good for truck, fruit, apples and other frutta; good transportation, water, climate, roads, reached by steam and electric lines; every foot good, tillable land; price $200; weekly or monthly payments. C. H. GIESE, 142 Mar ket st. BARGAIN In farms of all size*; state your wants; also fine 18-room boarding-house 1 at Ocean Grove. NOCHOMSON, Bradley i Beach. — BELLEVILLE ATTRACTIVE home on hilltop. Belleville. N. J., at sacrifice; easiest terms; contains six rooms and bath; conveniently arranged and artistically finished; steam heat; all im provements: must be sold; leave Belleville trolley at Overlook av.; key at No. 177: photo, etc. LAMORB, Room 1726, 233 Broadway, New York. BLOOMFIELD. LOTS $135 25x100 feet, $135 to $155. positively none higher; terms. $10 down, $5 monthly; we do not send .salesmen; this saves you 10 per cent.; property Is high, dry. level and clear; a few minutes’ walk from trolley; in Bloom field; five-cent fare from any part of New ark; water and gas a few feet away; money for building easily procured; free title guar antee; property will not be sold to an objectionable class of people; you will prob ably never Ret an opportunity as good as this to make a start on owmlng your osvn home; do not put It off; prices are going up all. the time; write at once for full informa tion. WM. B McLAIN REALTY CO.. 47 Meat 84th st.. New York. EAST ORANGE QUICK sale, to close estate; near Prospect st.; house, seven rooms and bath: im provements; lot 50x100; stable for horse or automobile; Immediate possession: asking price. $3,500. Apply L. M. WILSON, Coun sellor-at-law, 401 Prudential building. New ark. SUMMIT THREE acres, large dwelling, for rent. $000. at Summit; high, dry location; magnificent view; stable and garden. CLARK, 132 Nas sau st.. Manhattan. REAL ESTATE WANTED FOR quick results list your properties with me. Send full particulars. JULIUS STEIN. 908 Essex Bldg. REAL ESTATE FOR EX CHANGE WILL exchange handsome residence, ten rooms, on Belleville av., opposite Second av., for free and clear farm. 10-15 miles out: equity $3,000. Inquire 83 Third av. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET I PRICE, $4,500; RENT. *30. NORTH MUNN AV.. 85. near South Orange av.—New. one-family atueeo. built on ter rflri*. nine rooms, all decorated; parquet floors, steam heat, electric light, extra kitchen and laundry In basement, tiled bath, etc.; open Sunday, or phone Orange 3088 for appoint ment. FARMS FOR SALE VINELAND. N J. 10-acre farm, fl-room house, barn. -I poultry houses, incubator, brooders, 150 laying bens. 200 chickens. | horse. 2 wagons, buggies. 3 *eta harness, all farming utensils. 100 fruit trees, ell planted; no agent: $2,200 to quick buyer, part cash. J. CHAMBERS, R. F. D. 6. Vineland, N. J. FARMS WANTED WE can sell or exchange your farms, coun trv homes or estate Country Department. LOUIS SCHLESTNOER, Inc.. Ease* building. FACTORY SITES FOR SALE FACTORY SITE, one and a half blocks from Clinton av.. Colt at. to Wilaey *t., on Le high Valley Railroad: 200x200; price reason able; small amount of money required. In quire S23 Clinton av. MEDICAL LADIES, consult a specialist on all specie* ailments. Irregular!tie*, etc.; treated by • licensed physician, absolute relief guaran teed: lady attendant: private nursing ar ranged if necessary; charges low; ad vice free; hours. P-b: 8undays, 10-4; take elevated, subway or surface cars to W. flOtb at. station; EXPERIENCED SPECIALIST 128 WEST IJITH ST., near Broadway. New York city. COUCHS, colds and wbooplngcough. diph theria. membraneous croup, hoarseness, use WEESEL’S Cough Cordial; all druggists. FRATERNAL EMBLEMS FRATERNAL Fobs*. Chorma, Buttons. Rings, etc.; all leading societies; enamel ing and repairing; factory prices. NEWARK EMBLEM DO.. R. *20. *00 Broad. DWELLINGS FOR SALE •3,200 BUYS nine-room, two-family; rant •27; two minute* from trolley. 112,000 buy* 3-atory business property on Booth Orange av.; rent $»€ Lots and house* in all parts of city. N. J Farm Exch., Real Estate * Const Co., 1** Market st. fifth floor. Tel. 8221 Mkt. CHEAP to Immediate buyer, modern house all Improvements. combination lights hardwood finish finest neighborhood 110 Linden av, Arl.ngton, N. J. LARGE two-family house, with over one third acre of ground; real bargain. See YAL BONHAO. 976 South Orange av. FOR SALE—New 2H-atorr frame house, for two families; 10 nice rooms. Call at 168 Lyons av. PARKER ST . 808—Five-room house for sale; lot 29x100; very cheap. Apply 110 Verona tv., aft^r 8 p. m PARK AV., near Summer—Three-story brick; 30 fe*t frontage; asking 15.500; open to offers, q MILLER. 671 Broad at. IRVIWCTOIV SIX-ROOM house for one or two families, improvements. 88 Meville pi.. Irvington. RAHWAF EIGHTY THREE Iota, ten houses: two blocks from Pennsylvania station and trolley, Rah way; cheap. Inqnlre BIDDLEMAN, 261 Springfield av.. Newark. SOMERVILLE BEAUTIFUL gentlemen’s estate, a few min utes' drive from Somerville, N. J.; charm ing views, delightful climate; all buildings new and modern throughout: two master dwellings. 12 rooms each; main residence completely eqdipped with modern furniture, piano and Victor talking machine, large mod ern outbuildings; wagons, carriages, harness, farming machinery and tools, etc. This mag nificent property coat the late owner more than $50,000 a year ago: widow will sacrifice everything for only $25,000. GEORGE R. IC’IPHHN, opposite depot. DWELLINGS TO LET BELLEVILLE AV 280—Fine residence. 11 rooms, bath; bardwooo floors. modern plumbing; from Oct. 1. Address 8 Creatmont road; phone 2033 Montclair. CLINTON AV.. 78—Brick dwelllng-houae; fourteen rooms: all Improvements. Inquire STOUTEN BURGH & CO.. 801 Broad at. EIGHT rooms, all Improvements, steam heat. 425 South Eighteenth st., neur South Orange av. OST. 477 Springfield av. GOUVERNEUR ST., 38—Seven rooms, 120. Inquire No. 11. DWELLINGS FOR SALE OR TO LET OUT OF TOWN. VAUXHALL TERRACE. Union County Detached house; water; lot, 75x100. In quire ALEX. VANEGRI, Sweexy av. FOR BUSINESS PUR POSES TO LET STORES AND OFFICES CORNER STORE to let, Sixth and Orange sts.; size, 27x90: fine show windows, busy corner: no reasonable offer refused. H. B. BREWSTER, 91 South Eighth st.; tel. 5196 J Market. STORE and rooma to let: established five years, of bakery, confectionery and sta tionery: also good for any other lines of business. 15'a South Orange av : inquire 47. CHOICE stores; suitable for druggist, con fectiionery, tailor, etc., cor. 20th st. and 17th av. Inquire on premises, or 207 Mar ket at., room 1201. AVON AV, corner 18th st.—Large corner store, suitable for butcher, grocer or vege tables. OFFICE and desk room, ground floor, all conveniences; moderate rent to right party. 43 Clinton st. ARLINGTON THREE large, new stores on Midland av.; up-to-date fronts; suitable for shoe stores, drug, clothing and etc.; rent reasonable. GOLDSTEIN, 146 Midland av., Arlington. KEARNY. STORE and two rooms to let. suitable for any business. F. BOLTER. 317 Kearny av. FACTORIES AND LOFTS. LOFTS WITH POWER AND FTEAM HEAT. 46 LAWRENCE ST. WASHINGTON WILSON. SHOPS ETC. SHOP, 20x18. 205 Ridge at., corner Bloom field av. and Ridge st.; $10 per month. Inquire 178 Bloomfield av. FOR RENT—One-atory brick shop, 28x36, suitable for Ironworkers or automobile re pairing. John T. REARDON, 213 Oliver at. LODGE ROOMS. CORNER Orange and 8ixth st.. for afternoon dancing classes; size of hall. 35x50; all ton veniences. For information apply to H. B. BREWSTER, 91 South Eighth st.; 'phone 5100 J Market. UP-TO-DATE lodge room to rent; rates rea sonable; centrally located. Iroquois Bldg.. 262 Washington at. For rates and dates see F. W. HI'TTEXBACH. PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING J. J. CHRISTIAN PAINTING AND DECORATING. STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS WORK. 169 Washington st. Teh 204-J. PATENTS FRAENTZEI. * RICHARDS, patent law so Heitors of U. S. and foreign patents, trade marks, copyrights. 745-7 Rroad st., Federal Trust Bldg.; established 1885. Tel. 1841 Mkt. PATENT BUREAU REICHELT. 845 Broad st. Newark, N. J. Branch office. Berlin, Germany. Foreign patents a specialty, obtained and sold. DRAKE & CO. Established 1885. Phone 2948 Market. Firemen’s Insurance Co. Building. Broad and Market sts. RUSSELL EVERETT. Tel. 1484~Market. PATENT LAWYER AND SOLICITOR. U. S. and foreign. FIREMEN’S BUILDING. PRINTING 1,000 BUSINESS CARDS, $1.00 SCOTT. PRINTER. 95 BANK ST. HIGH-GRADE printing at low-grade prices. STOUTE. 00 Academy Newark. N. J. AUCTION SALES_ 28 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK. U. S. Auction Rooms DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION SOLD EVERY FRIDAY. STOCKS PUR CHASED. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. AUCTION SALE M. J. O'CONNOR’S SONS. AUCTIONEERS. AT THE SALESROOMS. 130-134 MUL BERRY STREET. ON THURSDAY MORNING AT 11 O’CLOCK. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE FUR NISHING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. T'plight. Grand and Player-Pianos, Parlor and Ltbrarj Suites In leather. Brlc-a-Rrac Cabinets. Centro Tables. Leather Rockers, Music Cabinets and Mirrors. BRASS AND IRON BEDS in a variety of style*: Mattresses and Blan kets. Dressers and Chiffoniers tn Circas sian walnut, oak. maple and mahogany. Chairs ami Rocker* to match. Bed Couches, Brass Coetumers, Pictures and Lace Cur tains. DINING-ROOM SUITES. Sideboards and Buffets. China Closets and Dining Tables/ Leather and Cane Seat Chairs. Roekere, Arm Chairs, Bookcases, Library Tables, Davenports, etc. RUGS AND CARPETS. A big variety of Rugs in wiltoti, axmlnster. velvet. Brussels and Smyrna. Stair Car pet. Runner*. Art Squares, Linoleums, Ice Boxes and Stoves. Locked Storage Rooms Tel. 581. M. J. O'CONNOR’S SONS. Bst. 1885. STAR WANT ADS. BRING QUICK RESULTS. APARTMENTS & FLATS TO LET ALDEP.LET HALL, Non - housekeeping 44 Bleecker et. suites of two rooms and bath; possession October 1. ( HUNTLEIGH MAN* Modern six-room snd SIOX8, bath apartments, all 316 Mt Prospect av. late*! improvements , Immediate possession. 1 Inquire janitor, on premise*. RALEIGH MMS- Apartment* of 4 room* SION 8 and bath; parquet 320 Mt. Prospect av. floors garbage closets spacp saver*. etc.: moderate rents: poa aeselon October 1. CHELTENHAM The latest In up-to ROAD8 BELMONT dale apartments, j At CMnton sv. suite* of 4, 8 and A I rooms and bath, and ! private porches. Rep- j resentatlve at build- ] ings from 2 until 6. Also several apartments In two-family ; house* JOHN H DUNN A SONS. Owners. Firemen’s Building. THE ABINGTON,” 445 MT. PROSPECT AV. OPPOSITE ABINGTON AV.. 4, 5, 6, 7 LARGE, AIRY ROOMS, I OVERLOOKING ENTIRE CITY.; ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES; EXCEPTIONAL CLOSETS. APARTMENT ON FIRST FLOOR SUIT ABLE FOR DOCTOR. AGENT ON PREMISES. TEL. 4)-W. BRANCH BROOK. OR E. J. ROSENBAUM. TSS BROAD STREET. TEL. 5674 MARKET. COME AND INSPECT The Ellmere and The Elliott ELLIOT ST. AND SUMMER ATE. 4, 5, A Room Apartment*. Just Completed. Rent* $26 to $S$. Heat and JanHor service. In the most de sirable residential section of Newark, and worth your Inspection. Only two minutes to Broad. Clinton, Paterson and Mt. Proepect cars. Apply on premises or ownsr. H. KOLOD1N 111 Wash ngton Avenue, Newark., N. J. APARTMENT, four large, pleasant room*. tiled bath, steam heat, hot water supply: rent. $25 per month: one and one-half block from Mt. Prospect car. three from Erie depot. Phone 4166 Branch Brook, or call 900 De Graw av.. Forest Hill. APARTMENT HOUSE, eight family, brick. new; investigate this before you locate; ready for occupancy; five rooms, bath, elec trlet lights, gas, decorated hall. Janitor ser vice; reference required. For particulars of renting apply C M. IIOPWOOD, 72 Emmett st. Phone 2883 Wsverly. APARTMENT—Tho Myrtle. Sussex av. snd Warren at.: five and seven rooms; all Im provements. best location In Roseville. In quire JANITOR Tel. 3482 Branch Brook. A—A—APARTM E NTS—Si * rooms and bath; private halla; up-to-date improve ments; Warren st., below Littleton av.; rent only $22. Inquire FIELDER'S HOME. 171 Littleton av., cor. 13th. av. ALPINE APARTMENTS, centrally located. with five large roonn; 12 and 14 Gouver neur st. Inquire 39 Belleville av., Florist. BELLEVILLE AV., 101—Five rooms, wltth ga« timl water; front and back entrance. Inquire. BIGELOW ST.. 122—Four-room apartment to Jet; heat, hot water and service; very nice location; rent. $20 and $22. BREIXTNALL PL., 17—Two apartment* second floor, four room* each; owner on premise* 6 p. m. BRUCE ST., 101—Four room*, water, gas $9: small family. CHADWICK AV.. November 1— St* all light rooms with alcove; steam heat, electric light; all Improvements; accommodation*, with four trolley lines. Inquire 242 Chad wick av. CRAWFORD ST., 42—Five nice rooms, sec ond floor. $16; near Market and Broad sts. CLINTON AV., cor. Belmont av.. Chateau Harrow Manor—A few choice apartments, from Oct. 1; two rooms, $22.50; three rooms. $30: four rooms, $36; five rooms. $45; all with bath, janitor and bellboy service. See janitor on premises or W. FRANK BOWER, architect, owner, 44 Harrison st„ East Orange. ELEGANT five-room flat. flr*t floor; all improvement*; steam heat; adults. 147 Ridgewood av., Clinton Hill. EU5GANT. three-room apartments; gas and water; rents moderate; janitor ser vice. Inquire 176a Parker at. FLAT—Five light rooms; all Improvements ; except heat; halls, shades, screens fur nished. near trolleys and station; rent, $16 and $17. 132 First at. ‘ FLATS to let. corner Market and Mulbery sts.; four and five rooms, bath and im provements; no heat. Inquire 131 Mulberry !LI FOUR beautiful light rooms, wastatube. toilet on piazza; rent $9 and $10. Inquire 82 Bowery at. FOUR large rooms; all Improvements; rent, $14. Inquire 80 Winans av. 4 ROOMS ANeT BATH in one of the beer apartment houses in the city; high-class residential section; 100 feet from trolley, 10 1 minutes from Broad and Market; steam RENT heat, hardwood floor*; REASONABLE janitor service; every thing the very new est ; house built only short time; few apart ments vacant; see this place before renting. 100 Second av. Take Mt. Prospect av. car. HIGHLAND AV.. 9—First floor. 4 large, light rooms, bath, itnprovebents, $13. HUNTERDON BT.. 770—114 for fine, light flat; five rooms, bath and pantry, newly decorated; to small family. Inquire on premises. HUNTER RT.. 25—Single flat, fir* rooms and bath: rent, $17. Inquire KREIGKR, 57 Hillside pi. KENT RT., S5—Four rooms and bath; rent. $11. Inquire on premises, or KREIGER. 57 Hillside pi. Tamer RT.. 73—Seven all light rooms and bath: halls carpeted; steam heat furnished, rent $33; adult*. Inquire *econd floor. MARSHALL RT., 1, corner Broad—DmErah’s flat, eight rooms, bath. Improvement*. In quire CIIARI.ES W. COMPTON. 239 South Seventh at. MONTCLAIR AV.. 117—Five room* and hath; improvements: rent. $18. Inquire premises, or KREIGKR. 57 Hillside pi. NIUE. five-room flats; decorated: bath; cloe* to Elisabeth av and throe car lines, rent. $14.50 and $15. Inquire 2* Hunter at ROSEVILLE, 241. 4th at -Second floor; six room* and bath; separata steam heater. SrRINGFIKI.D AV.. 465—Four nice, light rooms; rent, $11 SPRINGFIELD AV.. 430— Flat, for small fam ily: four rooms and bath. SOUTH TWELFTH ST . 348—Six rooms cas and electric; genuine tile kitchen and hgth, near two car lines; nice location SOUTH BROAD ST . 848—Six rooms, css and electric, genuine tile kitchen and hath, near two car lines; nice location. SOUTH ORANGE AV.. 04— Seven light rooms: all improvements; reasonable. THE WAKEHl'RST, cor. Summer and Sec ond av?—Most desirable apartment build ing in the city; only 2 5-room apartments left; desirable tenants only. Apply SUPT., on premises. THIRTEENTH AV.. 2TV near High—Six rooms: all improvements, with steam heat WILL Bub-W four rooms and bath; paying $40 a month, for $30 n month; uow tenant *»nu stay for one year; finest location in Newark. Address ANXIOUS, Box 86. Star Offlce. WRIGHT ST., 108—Five large, light rooms. second floor; rent, $16. Inquire 86 Wright at. _ WEST CLINTON AV.. 52—Six large light rooms, improvement*, steam heat. WANTED, by three adults, second floor flat, five or six roouia; Roseville section. Ad dress APARTMENTS. Box 27. Star office K\ST OR INGE EAST ORANGE—New Parkw-ay apartments; rents $40 to $43.50; a month free; flneet n the city; 164 North parkway; five minutes to East Orange and Drove stations and trolley, six rooms; tiled bath, large closets; rear verandas, private aide porches, parquet floors; steam h*»aA; hot water; electric lights, gas ranges; wan safeR. vacuum cleanars; Janitor service; open daily, including Sunday wa4 *v«niogs Teiaohone 464U-M. Orange. \ -. , ■■■ APARTMENTS & FLATS TO LET IRVINGTON CORNER RPRINGPIELD AND HEADLEY J EH it AGE-—-Six nice, light, large rooms ai*d bath, all modern imprnw-ments. electric light; rent, sift and $17 Inquire Owner, 4 Headley terrace. HIGHLAND TERRACE. 88—Fire rooms all Improvement*; rent. $14. KEARNY KEARNY Tappan at 60—Fir# room* and bath. Sift. BLABBERG A ZIEGLER 30 Clinton at. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET ATTRACTIVELY furnished ’-ooras; *11 im provements; steam. 65 Halsey it., nag# New at. BROAD ST., 25; Broad st.. 1182: FairmnoRt it., 199—Two or three rooms: bonsekefBgiMi hot water dally; Janitor; reasonable rents, BROAD ST.. 1 lft4—Large front room with hall room If deeired suitable for one or two; running water, telephone, also iaflfe rear room. BROAD ST., 840—Large front room for g«D tleman; steam heat, bath; private family, reference*. BROAD ST., 282—Large front room: all ~ provementa; near T ,a <ka wanna. BROAD ST.. 908—Third floor largo ;t" l room for gentleman: heat; bath. BROAD ST.. 528, opp. Washington Lft-Kc room, suitable for two. lm] menta; convenient to tubes. COTTAGE ST.. 10-11 —Earr« fn»f «i>u keeping room with connecting kitah^m: a!, large front for two gentlemen; all imprerr ' menu, three minutes City Hall; reasopab \ to desirable people. I 1 FURNISHED rooms to let. 376 JefTeraon at. HALSET 8T., 882- Rooms, II 60: WahMag ton st.. 346. front housekeeping and slagg ing rooms; reasonable; Improvements; Ufc erty st., 44. housekeeping. 12 tip. HILL 8T.. 28—A clean, comfortable room 9m refined lady, gentleman or couple HILL ST., 38—Single rooms. $5 monthly. HIGH ST., 686—Larga room to let. with three large windows; well heated: also hall room; board if desired, improvementa. HOLI, YW’ OOD AV„ 381. East Oran gw—A room in a private family, second floor, all convenience*, near trolley and station. FERRY ST.. 81—Four rooms; modern im provements. LAFAYETTE ST.. 175—With or with««* board. LIBERTY ST., 64—-Light housekeeping room; $2; sleeping room. $1. MI LBRRRV ST . IBS— Room, for Jifht housekeeping. |2 sleeping room. $1. MULBERRY ST.. 60—Nice. large, light housekeeping room; no objection to chil dren; side entrance. NEW 8T.. 88—Parlor dining-room. w»t«| kitchenette, for light housekeeping; iaHl provementa NEW ST.. 50—Large front housekeeping room; also hall room; a'eam heat; improve-^1 merits: reasonable. NEW ST . 131—Large, front rooms; single! or connecting; for housekeeping or sleep 1 ing; rates reasonable. ORLEANS ST., 42--Large front room every Improvement. NOLAN’S bell. ORCHARD ST., 130—Furnished apartment kitchen attached; parlor floor; sleeping rooms, second floor. ORCHARD 8T , 121—Two large, connecting rooms; complete for housekeeping; ram lng water. PLANE ST. 158— Furnished room for light housekeeping, all Improvements; steam heat; centrally located. PLANE ST.. 280—Neat rooma. suitable far couple or gentleman. ROSEVILLE AV.. 41—Two large. CWM*. Ing rooms: all conveniences. SPRING ST.. 87— Fumlehed rooma, fl; house keeping rooms. $1 80 and 82. SOUTH ST.. 71—1.41** parlor, with «r wt». out housekeeping; steam heat; Inn prove meets. WALNUT FT., fid—Furnished rooma, houag keeping or Bleeping. 81.80 up; steam heat; all conveniences, plasty of hot water; near City Hall. WARREN PL.. 0-Large, front room. 82.88; water and gaa; sleeping room. 81.38. WASHINGTON BT 494— Large housekeep ing room, a'earn neat, bath and laundry private family. WASHINGTON ST, 127—Neat furnished rooms for housekeeping; a iso sleeping rooma; improvementa. WASHINGTON ST.. 1«—Parlor room, alar 1 room for two; first or second floor board If desired. WASHINGTON BT.. 385 (Commercial Hotel) Furnished rooms; all lmrfs; rates r**a»ea able. WILLIAM AT.. 10—Comfortable, furnished, front room, use of bath, rent reasonable. OUT OF TOWN. ORANGE ROBfPTON HOUSE. 44fi Main at— Desirable, furnished rooms, by the day or week at reasonable rates. - --- —— --1 l..|g . Btt i; FURNISHED FLATS TO LET APARTMENTS and rooms, fumlehed for light housekeeping steam heat, private baths; best residential section; near new Normal School and Lackawanna. Inquire hi Third av. BOARDING . HOTEL KENSINGTON EAST PARK AND MULBFRRT ATS*. Desirable rooma. with or without board, at reasonable reteg. home cooking; good service. C. JOHNSON, Prop. Tel. 3M8 Market. BROAD FT. PI 0—Opposite Otty Hal; rooma, with board; also table board; Im provements. e % CHILDREN boarded, lodged and dotted. 83 per week. 235 Academy at. FOREST BILL, Lake at, 7TB dttlihjip| room for two. with heart, algo two niSir rooms; all /.mproTementa and flat locating. Phone 1288, Branch Brook. HORSES & CARRIAGES THE ESSEX WAGON WORKS. *8 Low© ft.. near West Kinney at. We bofld all kind* of business wagon* and truck# of the. h*ft material and finest finish: repairing especially; rubber tires put on while yen wa*t week called for if you daaire and promptly a*tended too; before trying elsewhere get onr - eatl mate; we carry all klnda of Western whgeae of the beat make. Fhooa 256* Waverly. GOOD young, sound horse, rubber tlt^ top boggy, surrey. two business buggies and carpenters or painters wagon: muff he sold to make room for auto. D. W. CONDIT, f 2H0 South Clinton at.. East Orange. i COOP quality rubber tlrea pat on your gar -I riage wheels while you wait at very rvaJ snnable prices. HANLON. 72 Orange aw. ONE team, one Watson dump wagon.' twe dump carta, one skid wagon. bar&eeMNL for sale, cheap. Inquire BALDWIN ST. SCffOQf* Montclair._, HORSE for sale, cheap. 705 Newark* av.. Elisabeth _ FOR SALE—Wagon, team of horeea and har ness. Apply 735 South Fifteenth at., city. THREE TON truck for sale; good cotxiltia*. Apply HANI8TIN. 82 Orchard et. _ j WORK horeea and business wagons to hire. CAREY'S STA8LE6. 33 Pearl at. j.1MBS— DRESSMAKERS FASHIONABLE dressmaker; latest fait styles now ready MR*. H. MERGER, 2ft North Ninth at.; 1*77 B. B. ELITE SCHOOL OF DESIGNING, dreas cut ting and fitting; eve. c la anas Tue. and Fri.. Oct. 1. 70 Halsey at.. 2 doors from Arcade. THE home dressmaker's meat star B. LACKER, 17 South Seventh ( Central av. I^aaoaa daily except INDIES COSTClfE*. H. FELDMAN. 54 NEW f 1RU 83*0 MARKET.