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WE ARE HEADQUARTERS r for Ccffee Mills, equipped with patent ball bearings, safes that are fireproof and hava b^ass lock* and handles: Seales, even bal ance, spring platform, all tested by the City Sealer ALL BRANCHES OF HARDWARE. BANISTER * POLLARD CO., 20H 208 MARKET ST.. HOME OF GOOD HARDWARE. YOUR CREJtHT is good We Issue order cheeks on any cash store for anv kind of merchandise. You pay the •ame prices cash buyers pay and settle ybur accounts with us In easy weeklv payments. A IDEAL ORDER 8YSTEM, Room 605. WIsm Bldg., 071 Broad st. DON'T DELAY—Paint your roof now. .If you want a good lasting job use HOT* ZEL’S RUB-ON . PAINT. It lasts longer, wears bettor and gives better service than any other roof paint. For sale at all dealers, or at «7 Maine st., Newant, N. J. FOUR Racine 120 hot wat»r capacity In cubators, one flftv-egg Buckeye, three bonc-cuttera, all In first-dan* condition; will •ell or exchange for chickens for slaugh tering. J. H. PFARR, 720 South Seven teenth st. NEEDHAM player piano, mahogany, $175; * Balder upright, $75. <*ost $450: Bradbury square. $15, good condition' new upright Bells for $250; our price. *100. TORAGE WARE «lr,T'STJ. 548 Centrnl ar. rftojd, rented, repaired; aua plies, wholesale and retail CANFIELD, 190 Market st OLD IIATS MADE NEW. For ladies, men and children, accordtni to present style; new hats made to order. NORTH END HAT SHOP, S7 Belleville av. 4276 B. B. AT A BARGAIN—5.000 Edison records: latest song and concert music, 60c each; we sell for 10c each while they last: come and hc« thom: open evenings until 8 o’clock. MR. <'ASH, 64 Academy st. ALL kinds of fruit, shade and ornamental trees, shrubs, vines, roses. 150,000 Cali fornia privets; landscape gardening to per fection. F. LENZ, 048 Stuvvesant av . Ir vington. llRASSER’S fine old port and sherry wines, $1.60 per gallon up Phone 776 Waverly. JOHN 1*. RRASSER. 7 East Falrmount av., Newark. N. J. Rubber />¥ fYI7CC Driving Leather VJLAJV CO Riding GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.. 202 Market st. ATTENTION!—Now is the time to order storm sash: you save* 25 per cent. NEW ARK SCREEN WORKS, 75-77 Schley st. CANVAS COVERS, HORSE BLANKETS. POT STOVE3. WALSH’S SONS A- CO„ PASSAIC AND CLAY STS. GOOD Breeze carburetor and coil box radi ator and different parts for sale. Apply 81 Jackson st. OUTGROWN clothing: ladles’ suits, etc.; cl lldren'a coats, dresses, etc.: no dealers. Apply all week. 35 Lombardy st. CORSETS, reasonable prices; alterations free; fitting free. RYERSON & TAYLOR, Corset •tore, Belleville av., Broad st. ^ I PAY highest cash foi entire contents of stores of all descriptions; also all kinds of fixtures. J. NEIMAN, 284 Fifteenth av. LOT of new and second-hand LEATHER BELTING at a low price. VAN RIPER MFC. CO., Paterson, N. J. Tel. 330. ASCHENBACH. 340 Plano st., repairs bags, suit cases, harness and collars. Headquar ters for tents, etc., etc. FOR SALE, two-chair barber shop; fixtures; going out of business; will sell cheap. 582 Main st.. East Orange. TWO Ice wagons, for sale or exchange. In quire RICHARD. 240 Park av. QUINCES for «ale: buy direct from the grower. 109 Thomas st., Bloomfield. CHICKENS. EVERYTHING for poultry—Incubators, brood ers. feed. etc.: best quality at the lowest prices. J. F. NOLL CO., Inc., 115 Mulberry it. * CHICKEN supplies, best, at reasonable prices. J. J. WILSON SEED CO., INC., fU Orange st. BROILERS—50 to 60 broilers. 2Vi to 3H pounds each; 50e apiece by the lot. 10 Foster st., Waverly. AT’ "S Mechanic st.. near Mulberry st.— Live table poultry, pigeons, rabbits, guinea figs, fine puppies; stocking farms a specialty. CLOTHING IRN'T’S overcoat, size 42. price $1.75; lady’s black short coat. 35 cents, size 32; black serge dress, size 40, $3; long black eoat, $5. 131 Nineteenth av., first floor, Irvington COAL LEHIGH and free-burning coal for family use: pea, buckwheat and bituminous, for steaming: George’s Creek, Cumberland, for •mltliing. foundry, furnace and crushed coke. Mail orders promptly filled. Phono Market 4177. 4478. JOHN G. MERKEL CO.. 28 Prince street. ' DOGS FOR SALK- Two English setter*. broke on snipe and other garni birds. CHAS. SOMMERS. 624 South Orange av., cor. Speedway av. AIREDALE terrier, female; beautiful speci men: six months old: full pedigree: cham pion Soudan Rwlveller blood. WM. H. CYPHERS, Washington, N. J. BOSTON terrier toy: pedigreed In prizes: only bred once. 130 Verona av. FURS MUFFS and collars made out of old style furs: coate repaired and relined. .12-54 Chester av.; phono Branch Brook 4031-R. HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE. CARPET and rug bargains: Brussels, $4; Axrainster, $0; bureau, $3.75: parlor tete. $3.30: sewing machines, $U: lot furniture, • heap. 2Q Bridge st., near Broad. OLD rosewood sofa, hand carved top, extra size; mahogany chairs: must be sold. BARGAIN. 44 Bloomfield av., Newark. ANYTHING you need in furniture, house* hold goods, carpets, rugs, stoves, ranges, new and slightly used. Call at 135 Halsey 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. 03-105 CHESTNUT RT. PHONE 5410-5411 MARKET. PHOTO SUPPLIES ANSCO FILMS, 40 per cent, discount: mail orders filled: Premo camera. 4x5. long foous, reversible back, convertible lens. $10: No. 3 Kodak, F-fl, 3 lens. $10: Coursen Rapid Printers, $1.00 up. COURSEN. 045 War ren st. $ - TYPEWRITERS. We Sell, Rent and Repair All Makes. NEWARK TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE # 9 Beaver st. Thone Market 4430 AUCTON^SALES_ 2« 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 at the old Bach’s Liquor Store, 283 Plane st., cor. Bank, consisting of whiskey, wines and brandies, Saturday, 11 «. rn., and will continue every Saturday uptil Hold; do not miss this opportunity. MEDICAL LADIES, consult a specialist on all special ailments, IrreaularltloH. etc.; treated by a licensed physician; absolute relief guaran teed; lady attendant; pi h ate nursing ar ranged If necessary; churges low; advice free; hours, P-8; Sundays, .10-4; take ele vatod, subway or surface cars to W. 00th •t. station; EXPERIENCED SPECIALIST. 128 WEST tifiTU ST., near Droadway, New York city. You ought to know about this. There is no PILES substitute on earth for EURECASOL Instantly—Aniplo sample free, Sin postage. Eczema—It charms- itch harms. Relieved—Don't suffer. Bend today. EKRECAHOL CHEMICAL CO.. Dept. O. 572a Main at. CRm.. Philadelphia, Pa. SPRAINS, burns, piles any open sores, can positively be cured by a waive made by MRS. M. 8TBCMER, 50 Union av„ Irving ton. Price 25c box. diph JM. us* w WEESEL'S^Cotigb Cordial; all druggists. . BUSINESS OPPOR TUNITIES WE make alow accounts produce quick re sults; we do If Tor others and ran do It for you; we do not. promise you ‘'Komotbing for nothing;” we* do not ask u subscription fee; we do not sell you report blanks, etc.: our business is making collections anil we make them, too; lnspectlou of our system Invited. THE IRVING MERCANTILE AGENCY, 204 Ordway building, 207 Market st., Newark, N. J. At MACAULAY’S” BUSINESS PLACES & HEAL ESTATE SOLD “MACK KNOWS HOW.” IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR 6EOT* SEE “MACK.” “THAT'S ALL” lion FIREMEN’S INSURANCE BLDG. TELEPHONE 2888 MARKET. THIS Is your opportunity; Investigate our co-operative selling plan; small Investment absolutely-secured. backed by easily demon strated. quick Felling household necessity; retailing $t.50. Room 402, Ordway Bldg BONDED by National Surety Co.—-Account! collected anywhere; energetic, responsible, successful; commission basis only; no eol leetlcn. no charge; references on request. NELKTNS ADJUSTMENT CO.. Union Bldg.. Newark. Tel. 0688 Market. ANYONE wishing to secure n good going confectionery, notion store: fully stocked; communicate at once; no trlHers: have secured government position: cash offer or good auto. Address OPPORTUNITY. Box 10. Star office. FOR SALE—Hardware and house furnish ings store; good contre; no opposition; will sell cheap: good reason for selling. Ad dress HARDWARE, 43 Fourth ar., East Orange. CANDY’ STORE, MarUet at., doing 1450 per week; nr» reasonable offer refused; long lease; cheap rent. Address CANDY, Box 87. Star office. • SAVE the price of o n*»w pair of shoes each year; wear Aschenbacb Heelatrates in your i shoes; they keep your heels from wearing I crooked; u«I< your dealer for them; 25o per pair. PARTNER—:$1,000 and services secure? half share profitable New York cafe, guaran teeing each $40 lweekly: experlenco unneces sary. “REFERENCE, 100 Telegram, New York. WALNUT ST., rxfj near Broad—Furnished room house for sale; all Improvements; must sell on account of sickness; good in vestment: reasonable to quick buyer*. GROCERY' and delicatessen store In German neighborhood; $17." week; price. $700: rent. $20: reason for selling buying property. In quire SON NICE, 523 Springfield av. LUNCH WAGON for sale; now doing business: $300 cash; rest on notes: man can clear $80 per week. Address LUNCH, Box 83, Star | office.__ ON account of other business Interests will sell confec'*onerv store located at 1-4 Midland av., Arlington. NT. J.; price reason ab4e. worth Investigation. CARDS—For $1.00 and this advertisement we print 500 business cards, 4x2%; by mall, 10c extra. FRANKLIN. 100 Bloom field av., Newark RESTAURANT, on main thoroughfare, near Erie depot, reason, ace and disability. Address V. B.. Box 3, Star office. LADY hazing toilet articles, with trade mnnt. suitable for mail order, would ferm company. Address O Box 09. Slar office. BUSINESS PERSONALS Clothes Dryers and Pulley Poles complete, $5 and up. * i i i i 11 1111 , We inal:e the beat ladders on eerth. Call and see. PORTLAND I.ADDER CO.. 130 Orange St. Trl 584 R. B. 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 !n detail. The PRICE & LEE CO.. 828 Broad. LADIES. ATTENTION! BANISH your pimples, blackheads, skin biotches and similar facial disfigurements with our most delightful preparations; don't let your, skin be ruined by using worthless preparations that only wreefc your com plexions: write for particulars today. SMEDLEY & CLARKE SPECIALTY CO. UO Hayes 6t.. Newark, N. J. Reliance Mattress Co. 332 Washington st. Phone 2387-W. Market. For $2.23 we will renovate and sterilize your feather or hair mattress; $2.73 more will give you new tick of finest quality. New all-cotton mattresses, $8.00. Cushions made. RYDER & CO.. RUG AND CARPET CLEANING. STEAM AND VACUUM PROCESS. MAKING AND IjAYING. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 22 MECHANIC 8T. Tel. 404 Market. MATTRESSES RENOvJl'ED 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. 137 Sunset av.; tel. 977-W. Market. COSGROVE. DETECTIVE; 92 Park Place, AGENCY, NEWARK. N. J. This agency has the advantage of more than 30 years’ experience In civil and criminal mat ters. Expert dictagraph service. Metal Ceilings and Walls Ceilings. 58 up. FRED J. ROCK, 17-19 Ellis av., near Clinton nv. Tel. 3108 Wav. JUST LIKE NEW Hats pressed manufactured to latest 6tyles. SG'i Springfield av.. cor. South Or ange av. COMPOSITION flooring: water. Are proof: seamless hath, kitchen and stores: sani tary. easily cleaned. THE ORIGINAL LINOLITTT CO.. 709 Ordway Bldg. Tel. 8320 Market. 1 HAVE sold my saloon No. 170 South Or ange av.: aB bills owing by me must be presented to Eastwood Co.. 101 Market st., not later than October 24th, 1913. JOSEPH NICK. poiXr Fine Upholstery A. Edwards Co. Phone 154-W Market. Cjill. write. 300 Mulberry st. GERMAN couple wants to buy contents of 4 or 5 rooms: must be latest style furnl j turn: will pay good price. Address CASH, Box 17, Star office. I HAVE opened n:i office for Real Estate and Insurance at 71 • Baker st., Maplewood, N. S .T Your patronage respectively solicited. HENRY P. HUSH. HEATING. ROOFING, TINNING AND GAS FITTING; jobbing a specialty. CHAS. RARFER. 330 Washington at.; phone 6466-W, Market. IF you wear your heels crooked Aschenbach Heelstrates will make you wear them straight; 25c per pair. Ask your desler for them. HIIASS HKDS AND CHANDKMFUS reflnished to look like new. AMERICAN CHANDELTER CO., 180 South Orange av.; tel. 1009 Market. CORSETS MADE TO ORDER. $5 UP; STOUT AND DEFORMED WOMEN A SPECIALTY. THE PARISIAN CORSET SHOP, 498 CLINTON AV. TEL. 3839 WAV. Theatrical ^ nctiifTiAC Mascjuer Tel.7105-W.MUt. \jU51UM1Co ade FISCIIER, 138 Mulberry at., near Market. Opened ana Q AFF^ lor Sale. Repaired. Or\I LD Loek«mithluit T. THOMAS CO., 28 Mechanic st. 2768-W.Mkt 8!fp Covers I Inhn1cf-Ar\r Renovating Mattresses puuiold y Lowest prices S. ROSEN. 190 Howard st.; tel. 4737-R. Mkt. houses &g£].i.v Electrical Work JAMES P. GaYNOR, 279 RANK ST. HOUSECLEANJNG, chlinueya cleaned and ^paired; orders received by mall. 01 Crane st. CHARLES MURDOCK. METAL CEILINGS AND WALLS erected in all kinds of huildtnga. JAMES V. MAGUIRE. 318 llulscy at., Newark. ADDRESSING cards rnl envelopes it special ty; letter wrltlug. 188 Orchard st. Phone I 7091 Market. Circular Letters, IB <>nta Per 100 Up. NEWARK TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. 0 Beaver st., Newark. Phone 4430 Mkt. SGWIN^ MACHINES. SEWING machines repaired right in your home. Send postal to MR. MITCHELL. 40 Thirteenth av.. or nhotte 0578-J. Market. MOWS ARTISTIC SIGNS, show cards and lettering. BY JAH-VB SIGNS, successor to Ren-a Tsr. 785 Broad, pour Market; phone 5009 Market. WATillMAKIUN. WATCHES cleaned, 75c; best mainsprings, 76c; all work guaranteed 2 years. POLI MKR. 204 Market at. REAL ESTATE BROKERS MYRON W. MORSE. REAL E8TATE—INSURANCE—LOAN8. 740 BROAD ST. 130 THIRD AV. RENTING & COLLECTING A SPECIALTY. ERNEST J. E. FIEDLER. REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE — LOANS. RENTING & COLLECTING A SPECIALTY. FIREMEN’S BLDG., NEWARK, N. J. p. t-Ibryce! Insurance, Real Estate, Loans. 810 Broad st. REAL ESTATE TO LET |-.* " 7 1 j j FOR RENT BROAD ST.—One of tha moat deair- 1 I ahle stores on Broad at. can ha leaned for a term of years at a reasonable figure; 20x60 ft.; upper floors can ba had If desired. MARKET ST., near Broad—Large store; reasonable rent occupied at present; can be leased from Jan uary Ist^ BROAD By.—Our client will sublet j ■how window and about 800 square ft. of floor apace in his Broad et. store; one of the best south of Market st.; excellent location for auto supplies. JJALSEY ST.—First floor and hase ment: can be rented together or separately; large display windows; heat furnished. BROAD BT.. near Central av—Sec ond floor; 4 offices, suitable for any business; can be rented separately. ROSEVILLE - The best business cor ner in Roseville section; exceptional location for high grade store; this property can be leased for a term of years at a low figure. WOODBIDE—Corner store, 18x30 ft.; new hulldlng; good business sec tion; rent very reasonable. AMPERE—/Opposite railroad fs;» Ign; good location for any live business; 18x40 ft. ✓ MOVING PICTURE THEATRE—Ca pacity about P.00; 10c admission: reasonable rent; money-maker for the right party. FAMILY HOTEL—80 rooms. 8 baths; i exceptional location; 8 minutes Market and Broad sts.: owner will make very liberal lease with re sponsible parties. Investigate tt\Js. i MT. PROSPECT AV -Offices for doc tor or dentist in apartment house; heat furnished; rent $40 per month. Robert B. Stoutenburgh REAL ESTATE. 1* Clinton st.. Newark, .J. Phones 4860-4861 Mo.Uet. FARMS FOR SALE SOUTH JERSEY FARMS—Five acre* good land. $200; can be paid monthly at the tte of $5; choice land for raising fruit. fries, vegetables, poultry, aquabp; mild, healthful climate; nearby town; half mile from railroad station: prosperous locality: good roads; pure water. Call CHAS. GIESE, 142 Market st. ^ARMS, country homes, gentlemen's estate*. New Jersey New York. Long Island and Connecticut. Country Department. LOUIS 8CIILE8IXGER, INC., Essex building. FARMS WANTED WE can sell or exchange your farms, coun try homes or estate. Countty Department, LOUIS 9CHLE8IXGER, Inc., Essex building. FACTORY PROPERTY & SITES FOR SALE, TO LET, ETC.—CITY Ask Feist & Feist (Abe Feist, Mgr.), Factory Specialists 738 Broad St. PHONE MARKET 5110. FACTORIES FOR SALE OR TO LET Feist & Feist Factory Bulletin. FOUR-STORY BRICK— Centrally located, on corner; all light; clone to pannonger and freight sta tions; lens than 10c per square foot; steam heat; two elevators. 32.000 SQUARE FEET— Will divide; four-story brick; light on four sides; beat included; pa*-enger and freight elevator; Immediate pos session ; long lease if desired. 15.000 SQUARE FEET - Will divide; steam heat; sprinkler sys tem: passenger and freight elevator; excellent light; convenient. Investi gate!!! ' 10.000 SQUARE FEET— Ono floor; two street frontages: cement floors; high ceilings: on trolley; steam heat; yard room; easiest terms. Ask Feist & Feist Factory Specialists, (Aba Frist. Mgr). 738 Broad si. Phone Market 5110. FACTORIES, LOFTS. __ ETC., WANTED Ask Feist & Feist (Abo Feist, Mgr.). Factory Specialists 738 Tlroad St. PHONE MARKET 5110. BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET STABLE and a forage property, adjoining Lack awanna Railroad. Roseville station; 16.000 square feet; for sale or to let. GEORGE MILLER. 071 Broad. L.»'__A-I”!—JLL BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE BLOOMFIELD AV.. near Belleville av.— Store and rooms: $3,000 for quick aale; small b raqul OWfBQB MlI.l.ER, 071 Broad. PHRENOLOGY MMIC. mill,. fl.-> Hslur 1 »t.. n»*r Ntw «t , haek of Ilahnc'a. STAR WANT ADS. BRING QUICK RESULTS. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE || FOR SALE CHESTER AV.—One-family, 7 rooms and bath, gas nod ’hot air heat; mortgaged for 13,500, It. A L.; will sell for $1,000. INCOME PROPERTY on Springfield av.; store and two apartment#; mortgaged for $8,500 at 5 per cent. The price Is $13,000; make an offer. A CLIENT of ovirs. after having looked thru the DHavan av. house, which has been advertised, exprest himself thusly: "I found It In all particulars as advertised and It would just suit me, and is the best one-family house at the price ($4.fOO) which,t have looked at." But ti e only reason he overlooked this excellent buy was that ho positively will not consider a house not in the vicinity of the D., L. A W. R. R. So we offer It to you for a limited time at the same price and easy terms. Call and tee us aoout^it. JUST OFF BROAO HT — A paying proposition for aome wide-awake, energetic lady. A Chestnut st. house of 12 rooms and bath and Improvements, for sale at a prico that may make you Inquire as to what Is the matter with It. Noth ing .a the matter, simply *Jtery de sirous of selling.- Has a $3,000 mortgage. Make an offer over the mortgage. Phones, Market 4M0-4861. Robert B. Stoutenburgh 9 Clinton at., Newark. N. J. $1,500 Less Than Cost A Beautiful Colonial Residence at Roseville. SACRIFICE—$8,700—SACRIFICE. Less than cost of building alone; seven j elegant rooms, tiled bath (Bides and floor), shower, real open fireplace, English dining- I room, parqutt floors throughout: handsome I one-panel doors, ash drops; piped for vacuum cleaner; special electric fixtures; finest i plumbing and steam heating pyjtem; ex- ! quislte decorations; large porch; beat con struction: 51-foot plot; every detail of a home costing twice the money and cannot be duplicated for $8,500; little cash needed; act now; Investigate today; critical Inspec tlon Invited. Ask Feist & Feist (Aha Feist, Mgr.), 738 BROAD ST. FOR SALE $6,000 for five years at 5 per cent- pertains to the mortgage. The price 1 a $9,600. One-family hoiise of eleven rooms; gas and electric light and steam heat; on Mt. Prospect av. Further par ticulars furnished upon inquiry. Robert B. Stoutenburgh 9 Clinton «t., Newark, N. J. Phones 4860-4881 Marfcet. * I $7,200 BUYS $10,000 TWO-FAMILY. Your opportunity; less than coat of <on I struction: sixteen handsome rooms; reception I rooms: two large tiled baths, two steam heaters, butlers’ pantry, hardwood trim, paneled walls, beamed ceilings, exquisite electric fixtures, handsome decorations, porches, separate entrances. large tiled vesti bule, French doors; 40-foot plot; hedges; Shows excellent Investment; owner wants quick action; little cash needed; now is the time to buy; don’t delay; act. Ask Feist & Feist (Abe Feist. Mgr.), 788 BROAD ST. 32 MINUTES FROM BROAD AND MARKET SACRIFICE FOR $9,000 11-room residence—Forest Hill section — all modern improvements. Plot 50x185— frontage on two streets. Grounds beauti fully laid out with lawms. shrubbery, grape i arbors, eariety of fruit and shade trees. An ideal home- a splendW investment—land alone worth the money. Make appointment by mail, or phone or call for key. But SEE THIS PLACE TODAY P. 8 BROWER, Essex Building. Newark, N. J. Phono Market 4647. ONE-FAMILY, vicinity of Washington and 1 Grafton av*.: 4 rooms and bath: building and loan. $.':.000: price $8,500. TWO-FAMILY', vicinity Washington and Halleck st.; 1,’i rooms, separate steam beat: tiled vestibule; house in perfect condition; $6,000: make offer. IDEAL home on Montclair av. This Is of fered at a bargain, and must be seen to be appreciated; might trade for desirable two-family or clear vacant property. LINCOLN AV.. near Chester—If you want a good, comfortable home, with prospect of making some money on the ground alone, ask us about this. T. M. SMITH (Jora lemon Agency). 74 Grafton, cor. j Washington av. NYE TRACT lots. 80x100, $650 up;i no as sessments; streets improved; easy terms; twelve minutes to Broad and Market; on new Hawthorne av. trolley, now being con- . struct^! and passing through property; fif teen minutes by Broad. Clinton or Summer car lines; churches, schools, stores adjoin this property: come out today take Broad, Clinton or Summer cars tq Osborne terrace, walk south to Hawthorne av.: agents on property: send for map. FRANK L. SHIELDS. 412 Union Bldg. SECURE THIS PLOT Beautiful residence site In restricted sec tion of Cranford; five minutes’ walk from station; two minutes from trolley; water, gas. electricity, sewers and sidewalks; size of plot 50x160 feet; will sacrifice and sell on satisfactory terms. For further particulars address BROWN & K1NGSL.AND, Firemen’s Bldg.^ Newark, N. J. AT YOUR PRTCE. Broad «t., 50. plot 48x80; thirteen-room residence: a beautiful home, in fine condi tion; cheap enough to t«ar down for apart ment; must sell to settle estate; best offer takes It; look it ever and name your figure: terms Arranged: this Is a bona-fide forced sale; get busy If yqu want It. H. T. ROB ERTSON. 127 Roseville av. ARE you looking for property In Vailsburg 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. RON HAG, 970 South Orange av. MODERN Indiana limestone two-family house; •very appearance of a private dwellingt comer Avon and Treacy avs.; 8 minute* from two linos of trolleys; lot 4Tx1!l feet. MONAHAN STONE CO.. Blum Point lane. Newark. NOTHING iQqki worse than crooked heels: Aschenboch Heelstratea will keep your heels straight; 25c per pair. Ask your dealer for tlgjri. OWNBK leaving town, will sell for appraised I value, property renting $100-1150 month, for $10,000; cash. $2.(00: easy terms or Instal tnents; several other bargains. Inquire after mains. 83 Third av. WELL-BUILT brick house on South st.. for' sale, containing nine rooms and hath; lot 50x104; m«v bn used as a two-family house. Inquire WII.UTAM II. PARRY, Union building. Newark. HAROAIkS Six -family house; 24 rooms; Witter and gas; lot 4fix1»M»; good Invest ment; always rented. Address B. Box 21, Btgr office. REAL ESTATE FORSALE SAfTRTFICE. Owner a*vs sell; property at Junction Bar- j gen. Hartford artJ Warren eta.; flv* corner*; transfer point; alivayn rented; double three- i family; lot 50x106. and store and two flat*, lot 25*106; rents $1,284; price $12,500. JAMF.R P. DONLEY, 134 Norfolk at. $22,000 BTITrt 2-story single and 3-etory j double corner business property; five-room ' fiats; «]i Improvements; easy terms. See j MITCHELL. Real Estate. 26 South Orang** j avenue. SACRIFICE SALE—Two-family house In ; North End; thirteen rooms, two baths; separate steam heat, etc.; It will pav you to j Investigate this. Address SACRIFICE, Bo* 22. Star offles. LOT in a fine location, fronting on three streets: price $1,100; attractive proposition for builder. JOHN ZIPFEL, Jit.. 206 Hprlngflfld av. DESIRABLE HOMES, In or out of city; some below cost; terms to suit buyer. N. j J. Farm Exch., Real Estate & Const Co., ' 188 Market at., 5th floor, tel. 8221 Mkt. I 1200 CASH buys good six-room house; good ! neighborhood; Xorth End section; near trolley; all sttret Implements; price $2,600, j balance as rent: must sell: offer wanted [ J. LEWIS FIACRE. Room 026, Essex Bldg. J NEW JERSEY. TOWN property. 8 acres; good 6-room house, barn, stream; splendid location: a bargain at $3,500; easy terms. P. O. Box 238, Lakewood. X. J. PLOT, 50x100 feet; 20 minutes from New Yotk, on Boonton branch of Lackawanna road. LEE, 453 West 54th st., New York. IRVINGTON LOOKING for at good, cheap proposition? Tlere’a a one-familv holism, all improve ments except hweat; lot 60x238; beautifully situated on ^tved street; elegant place to raise chickens. $3,700; think it over, then call quick. WM. KRAEMER. 857 Broad. Newark. LYONS FARMS $4,600 BUYS one family house, Lyons Farms; seven rooms; all Improvements; 6*rage; good for physician: I860 ea«h re quired. See MITCHELL. Real Estate. 26 t^outh Orange av. ORANGE REAL ESTATE IN THE ORANGES. I Over 1,000 houses for sale, rent and ex change; flat* and high-class apartments to let. 800 farms, all prices, some of the best In the State; stores, business of all kinds for sale. GEO. O. VAN OR DEN. City Hall Real Estate Exchange, 2C Day st., Orange. OLD-ESTABLISHED doctor’s residence, comer Park av.. Orange: elegant, modem up-to-date house: garage and large grounds; for sale at a bargain, o. O. VAN ORDE.Y, 20 Day st. SOUTH ORANGE BEAUTIFUL HOME!!!—Most exclusive sec tiou in South Orauge; twelve rooms, two; baths: beautifully decorated; exquisitely: finished; electricity; parquetry; furnished or unfurnished: rent reasonable Ask FEIST & FEIST, Broad-Commerce building, 738 Broad. 9EASH01B SEASHORE lot*. $100 up: cash or time; : prepare for season of 1014: money for building if desired. THOMAS II. LEON ARD, Atlantic Highlands. N. J. VERONA VERONA—Houses, lots, farms and acreage for sale or exchange; also houses to let, furnished or unfurnished. CARL MAC. Verona.i___ FOR BUSINESS PUR POSES TO LET MARKET ST., 230-Part of floor over j Scheller. the jeweler; rent *15 per month: look for the green clock. on.» block below I Broad •*. BUILDINGS Ask Feist & Feist (Abe Feist, Mgr.'. Factory Specialists 738 Broad St. PHONE MARKET 5110. STORES AND OFFICES ' BLOOM FIELD AV., 82—Deslfable store in new Moving Picture Theatre building; over 1,000 people attend the sani« daily; excel lent location for a candy and cigar stand; moderate rental. Apply .1. L FEIBLEMAN' &. CO., 738 Broad st., city. BROAD ST., 484, opposite Orange at.— Large store, warehouse and stable, with rear entrance ta Bridge at.; rent very reason able; will rent store separately. Inquire UNION BUILDING CO., Room 211, Union building. STORE, Verona av., near Washington av.; n good business location: splendid opportunity for any business. Inquire on premises, or .1 MECHANIC, 94 Magnolia st.; pbone 1902-W, j Waverly. SPRINGFIELD AY'.. 828: City—Desirable ! store, iienr Morris av.; very low rental to a desirable tenant. Apply J. L. FEIBLEMAN A CO.. 738 Broad st.; or branch office. CEN TRAL REALTY CO.. 478 Central av. NEW ST-. 40 42—Two large stores; will leas*1 either or both to n desirable tenant for a term of years; will alter to suit; steam heat furnished free. For full particulars consult .1 I,. FEIBLEMAN & CO.. 738 Broad at. STORE. 38 Hamburg pi., and stable for one or two horses: good for any business; barber shop preferred. J. MECHANIC, 04 Magnolia j __ I CLINTON AND AVON AYR.-Large store with cellar; counters and shelving com plete: suitable for any live business. J. M SAYRE; phone 1163 Waverly. DANDY front office, also desk spaces. In Bpingarn building. 188 Market st.; cheap rent. YV J. EGAN, agent, third floor, real c-shite and insurance. SPRINGFIELD AV.. M—Stcre, Junction Of South Orange av.: will rent whole or .part, to suit tenant; good for any kind of business. Inquire A. FISCII, S00 Broad st. SPRINGFIELD AV., 15^— Best business sec tion: all improvements; two large windows: suitable for any business. Inquire HORO YVITJ£ 102 Sprinsrflelrt av. STORE, with living rooms; nil improvements low rent; South Grange av.: good '»r anv business purposes. See MITCHELL. 2‘- South Orange av. TICHEXOR ST.. 104—Store, two rooms. *12 Ferry at.. 50. flne for lunchroom. BLAS BERG & ZTOLETt. 30 Clinton at. STORE, suitable for laundry, grocery or lunchroom: low rent; long lease. BEYER. 1173 Broad st. FINE store to lot; business section: well lighted: niorternte rent. ARNOLD. Grove st. nnd Springdale av.. Fast Orange. ARLINGTON TTTREB large, new store* on Midland »r-: ( up-to-date fronts: suitable for ahoe stores, j drug, clothing and etc.? rent reasonable. GOLDSTEIN, 146 Midland av.. Arlington. FACTOR!KS AND LOFTS WITH POWER AND STEAM HEAT. 46 LAWRENCE ST WASHINGTON WILSON. LODOF ROOMS. UP-TO-DATE lodgjroom to rent: rates rea- j sonable: centrally located Iroquoie Bldg.. 262 Washington *=t. Fqr rates and dates *ee ; F \V. lirTTRN'RACH. OARAGE GARAGE, or repair shop: private parties: rent j reasonable. - 83 Monmouth at. GARAGE and repair shop for rent, rea- I sonable. MAX BEIMEL, 65 Monmouth at GARAGE to let. brick, new. for twelve cars. | near Park pi. station Address TER\ CEV , TRAIi, Box 13, Star office STABLES CENTRALLY located brick stable. three stalls, large" carriage and feed rooms; rent $15. Inquire on premlaes. 238 Mul berry* at,, city. __ TEN-STALL. at 443 Clinton av. Inquire on premises, or CHARLES METZGER.. 371 Warren st. __ FOUR STALLS. In flrut-elass condition good hayloft* and yard. S. PFARR, 720 South Seventeenth st. FOR KENT—Stable and yard. Apply 53 East Park at., city, PRINTING HIGH-GRADE printing «t low-grtd* prlonn. STOI’TE 01) Academy «>.. NuntrK. M. )■ A Small Fortune for Perseverance The STAR Will Give All Its ^ AAA Readers a Chance to Win vJvrvJ REAL ESTATE FOR EX CHANGE SMALL business property in North End. at junction of two prominent business streets. for ■mall house. Address EXCHANGE Box 24, Star office. WE want t.ood free and Clear lots for all kinds of Income property; submit your offers. GEIGER & MORLOCK CO, 77 Springfield av. ALL kinds of property to exchange Whet hav* you for what you want? See VAL BON HAG. 970 South Orange av. MARKF.T RT. business property for exchange; equity, $80,000 above small mortgage. DANIEL ALT, owner, 405 Fireinau'e building. REAL ESTATE FORSALE _OR EXCHANGE STORE and five-family apartment building, .>92 South Eleventh *t., first house from South Orange av.; just completed, might consider free and defer lots. GEIGER &. MORLO«’iv CO.. 77 Springfield av. ELEGANT corner. Sixth Ward—Store, three families stable and sheds; plot 26xltft); want two-family or good corner lot. GEI GER fi' MORLOCK CO., 77 Springfield av. TWO-FAMILY. East Orange—Good location; all improvements but heat; price *1,500; terms easy. GEIGER A- MORLOCK CO.. 17 Springfield av. . REAL ESTATE WANTED SIX-FAMILY, all improvements except beat: between Thirteenth and Eighteenth av*.. not above Tenth st.; also business property i not over $15,000; In same location. K1ETLIN SK1, M3 Broad. DOWNTOWN properties, below Pennsylvania Road wasted for cash: must bring good rents: no fancy-priced properties considered. j KIBTLIN8KI. 845 Broad STRAIGHTEN* your crooked buildings, floors, roofs or walla. CLTNRS CO., shorers and In use movers, 22 Clinton st. DWELLINGS FOR SALE MORRISTOWN. N. .1. R.. L. AM) W. R. R Here's the opportunity act quickly; with- [ in a minutes' walk of the new ataiiuti: fine deration; good neighbor*: I offer for sale at a serious sacrifice, on r» aMumbl*- terms, to responsible party, a splendidly built house with slate roof, 12 rooms, high ceilings, large reception bail, handsome •tam-nse, hardwood j floors, ihre# open fireplaces, bath. heat, gas all through, water on three floors, costly ' kitchen range, laundry, dumb waiter from : basement. ct<-; plot about P8xlSO feet; m«> nlflcent maple >hade trees: an Ideal home for a business or professional man with ft family tired of the rush and noise of the city, seeking health, happiness; tbe life worth living: let me urge you to Investigate this; lesa than one hour to Hoboken, connecting by Hudson Tube to New York city. Address AL FRED HALL, Real Estate Broker. BufVern, X. Y. Phone 169. BEST AM) CHEAPEST Houses In Newark, from $3,000 *:• 110 000; frame stucco, brand new. 7 to 10 rooma; 40x100 and 50x100 feet of ground; every thing strictly up-to-date: restricted section; best property in Newark: 50 houses now be ing construe ted. a.'i of which are for sale by Clinton Park South L. & I. Co. 800 BROAD ST. A SACRIFICE! 68 Hillside av., near Clin ton av.. 2«..-story frame house. 10 rooma and hath, steam heat, all Improvements, Call 72 Hillside av. or 21 Ferry *t CHEAP to Immediate buyer. modem houat; all improvements: combination lights, hardwood finish; finest neighborhood HO Linden av., Arlington. N J. ONE-FAMILY' house, centrally located; all improvements, seven room**: also two family house adjoining, eleven rooms: all Improvements except heat: must be sold together: bargain. Address BARGAIN. Rax 20. Htar office. DWELLINGS for sale, one-family house. $2,200: but little cash required. See VAL BONIIAG. 976 South Orange av. FIFTEEX-UOOM furnished house. with saloon: in a good neighborhood. In the cen tre of the city; can be bought cheap. Inquire JEFFERSON ST.—Fine three-family, near Lafayette; annual rent $052; price $5,100; bargain. M. P. ^OCHE, 770 Broad st. ONE-FAMILY, 7-room hotiaa. in Sterling st.. Ea«t Orange: positive bargain. See VAL BOXHAG, 976 South Orange av. SMALL bouse and lot. 120 Murray at.; cheap and easy terms E. 8. DEAN. 2 Lincoln ter race. Caldwell, N. J. UNUSUAL bargain: Twelfth av.. corner Eleventh at.: elegant two-family house. IS rooms. h^Ahs. steam heat will sell on your terms. Inquire Room 30. 845 Broad at. EAST ORANGE EAST ORANGE—Two-family: all separate Improvements; extra large lot near East Orange station and trolley; fine locality; good bargain for some one. Address L. LEWIS. 28 Rhode Island av.. East Orange. IRVINGTON NEW. 11-room, two-family, all Improvements; this house shows class and Has attracted much favorable notice, for $4,600: lor 30x100; driveway, terrace: term* to suit. C. MKIELli, 102 Prospect av., Irvington. ORANGE. AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. Far sale or to rent, furnished or unfur nished. the property at 220 Highland av.. Orange. N. J.; 315x420 feet; w ithin walking distance of two Lackawanna stations: Cen tral av. trolley and private aehools: 12 minutes from Newark hr nuto; colonial house, all modern improvements, tile bath rooms. electric light, hardwood floors: ga rage and stable: magnificent shade t-ees. flower and vegetable gardens; any reason able proposition considered. Communicate with OWNER. 226 Highland av.. Orange. N. .T.. or Room 1500. fll Nassau st , New Y’ork city. Tel. 6830 Cortlandt. RAHWAY EIGHTY THREE lots, ten houses- two blocks from Pennsylvania nation and trolley. Rah way; cheap. Inquire Blt)I)T.BMAN. 261 Springfield av.. News'* SOMERVILLE BEAUTIFUL gentlemen's estate, a few min Htf9* drive froir. Somerville. $1. U: charm !n» views, delightful climate; all building* n;w and modern throughout: two master dwelling*. 12 rooms each; main residence completely equipped with modern furniture, piano pnd Victor talking machine: large mod ern outbuildings; wagons, carriages, harness, farming machinery and tools, etc. This rang nlflcent property coat the late owwr more than $50,000 a year ago; widow will sacrifice everything for only $25,000. GEORGE It. 8UTPHEN. opposite depot. DWELLINGS TO LET ONE MONTH'S RENT FREE $25$2S PER MONTH Exceptionally hand some one-family brick houses; six rooms, large closets, tiled bath and vestibule: front anil rear torches; every up-to-date impro\ emeut; hardw ood I rim throughout; parquet floors; open Are places; denotation to suit; one-half minute to Bloom field and Summer av. trolley lines; six mfn utes to Brie and P.. L. and W. stations In quire 4’<ft North rrwelfth st.: phone 3888 Branch Brook: or BRANCH BROOK NOVEL HOMES CO.. «71 Broad st.; phone 7<8!> Market. DELIGHTFT'L little homo, six rooms and bath; good neighborhood; rent to careful ter ant. $22. 'I. M. SMITH (Joralemon Agency). 74 Grafton av. FRANKLIN AV'.. Hilton, N. J.—New. modern. one-family house, containing 8 rooms, hath, steam boat and all other up-to-date improve ments; decorated throughout: two minutes to trolley; rental, $25 |w»r month; possession im mediately. For full particulars, or for an ap pointment to iimport the promise*, apply J. L. FEIBLEVAN A CO.. 788 Broad st.. city. PARKER ST., 140—For small family; 4 rooms: all improvements; rent, $10. RICH ARDS, 249 Park av. APARTMENTS & FLATS TO LET APARTMENTS ONLY A FEW LEFT. AT THE FOREST HILL APARTMENTS. 75961 HIGHLAND AY., cor. VERONA AV. Three, four and seven rooms. im*dern im provements; steam heal, hot water; janitor service: moderate rentals. Take Mt. Pros l»ect av. oar to property; see agent on premises. APARTMENT. 276 Washington av.. near Graf ton av.—Fiv<- large rooms, nil improvements, steam heat, hot water, electric light* and janitor service; rent very reasonable In quire on premises, or .1. MECHANIC. 1)4 Mag nolla at.. 1902-W, Woverly. BLOOMFIELD AV., 177—Six rooms; nil im provements; separate steam; rent $20. In quiry B>3 Washington at. APARTMENTS & FLATS TO LET THE ABINGTON, 445 MT PROSPECT AV OPPOSITE ABINGTON AV.. 4, 5; 6, 7 LARGE, AIRY ROOMS, OVERLOOKING ENTIRE CITY. ALL MODERN CONVENIENCE* EXCEPTIONAL CLOSETS. APARTMENTS ON FIRST FLOOR •CIT ABLE FOR DOCTOR. AGENT ON PREMISES TEL. 41-W. BRANCH BROOK. OR E. J. ROSEKBAt’M. 73* BROAD STREET. TEL 5674 MARKET. THIRD AV.—Six excep’lonally light rooms and bath; every conceivable iirpt.; $26, immediate possession. Feist & Feist Broad and Commerce Building. 738 Broad s? APARTMENT—Seven large roomi and bath: all Improvements: janitor service; 30 Eas' Kinney at., corner Orchard; centrally lo cated. Apply janitor, or EMIL L'HRY 2 Stratford pi. BANK FT , 13*—Flat to rent, first floor; all improvements. r;:u k <•! tt.-, -six rooms; all improve inent* except beat; rent, $18 BROAD FT 3162 The Lakewood—Seven rooms, bath, steam ei«»ctridty: all im provements rent $37. BEYER. 1175 Broad CAMDEN* ST.. 23—Three rooms. $8.50; two rooms, $5.£0. Improvements. CORNER Springfield av. and Pierce st , 5 light rooms ami Iwith; rent reasonable. In quire at GOLDBERG A CO., 174 Springfield a v. CLINTON AV.. corner of Belmont av.— Chateau, four rooms and bath, $85; Har row .Manor, five rooms and batb, $45 Jan itor and hail!” y service free; vacuum clean er; heat: uot water; parquet floor*. Apply W% FRANK BOWER architect, 44 Harrison at.. East Orange, owner, or janitor on premise*. DI HJRABLB flat in new two-family bouse at 122 Ms pie st.. Kearny; 7 rooms: decorated; all improvements; separate entrance; block from trolley. Bl'RAND I'L, 83. Irvington—To Jet, flvo rooms, first floor, all Improvements: sep arate steam heat, adults only. KMT ORANGE: SHEPARD AV., 40—De *1rlble flat. 7 rooms, bath, combination lighting, steam bear MARTIN HANILY. 645 Mt. Prospect av.. Newark. For choice selection call at 74 Grafton, turner Washington av. JOHN W. JOR ALEMOX AGENCY established 1*09. We l av f entire management of most of the property we handle and seek only desirable tenants. 4 ROOMS AND BATH in one of the best apartment houses In the city; high-class ; residential section; 300 j feet from trolley. 10 j minuses from Broad • and Market; steam HE>rl heat. hardwood floor*; Hi: WON \ Hi i: Janitor service; every thing the very new- * est. house built only short time: few apart ments vacant; eee thia place before renting. 100 Second av. Take hit. Protfect av. car. FI.ATS to l*t. corner Market and Mulberry sta.: 4 and 5 rooms, bath and improve- 1 meats; no heat. Inquire 331 Mulberry at. ; WARREN ST., corner Firs! st.—Four large, light rooms. $10. Feist &c Feist (Abe Feist. Mgr.). Tins**'] and Commerce bu'ldlng, 738 Broad at. FOUR rooms; improvement*. $11; small ?am« ily: 1© Grove terrace, Irvington near school , ami Plank road car. FUELING HUY SEX AV.. 41— BsauttfUl flve room flat; all improvements. | HIGHLAND AV.. 8—Four large rooms and bath; improvements; $38. HUNTERDON ST.. 7*8— Flea aWl six-room flats; all improvements; bath, hot and cold water: rent*. $16 and $17. Inquire MRS. RYDER on premises, or KLIN A FALLA NT CO., 800 Broad st.; suite SCSI. HUNTERDON 8T., 7*3-Five rooms; all 1m- I provemetits: $14. BLASfiBRQ A ElEGLER, , 30 Clinton st. HUNTERDON ST., 483—Four large rooms, ; second floor, gas and tubs; root, $12. IRVINGTON. 161 MYRTLE AV.—Mx rooms, all i:npro\aments except beat, separate en trance. only 6 minutes from tws car lines; rent reasonable. KEARNY—Two flats, rent low. 200 Chest nut »t.. Kearny. KENT ST.. 36—Four rooms and bath: rani $11. Inquire Janitor or KRETGER, 3? Hillside pi. MARSHALL st . 28—Five large, light room*. 416. FEIST Ar FEIST >Abe Feist, Mgr. i Broad end Cfmmsreo building. 738 Broqd st, NELSON PL., 47—Six and 7 room*, alll Im provements but heat. Inquire 181 Mul berry st. NORTH SIXTH 8T., 782. near Bloomfield av., opposite Branch Brook Park—Colored; 3 rooms toilet, wash^Ls $6 monthly. Ap ply 782. NORTH THIRTEENTH HT.. 13J—Six-room apartment, *18, pgrt allowed for janitor service. Apply J. 9s MAHONEY, 28s Bank street. ORATON ST.. 99—9 rooms: all Improve ments except heat; one block from three beat CHilipee: three minute# to station; key* 101 Ora ten st.. or owner. MRS. GRIGGS, 801 South Eighteenth st. I’A UK AV.. 249—Five large rooms; all lm proveraenta: steam beat; rent, $18. I*$«ANR ST., 70—Five nice, bright rooms: water, gas. inside privlate teilet: rent only $19. Inquire within, or J C. M’CURDY. 80© Broad st. SHERMAN AV.. 55—Six large, light, airy rooms: all Improvements. SOUTH GROATS PT. 447. near South Orange av.—Second floor, six rooms and bat In nil improvement*. a l’ART MEN T—Everett Court, corner and Plane; centrally located, modern -le vator apartments. 4 to 9 rooms; conn.lets Impts , rents $37.50 to $75. Feist & Feist 738 BROAD ST. SOUTH SEVENTEENTH ST SO^Srsn rooms and bath: separate entnaxw^i •fr om te steam heaters: all modern impt*.; $26. FEIST & FEIST. T38 Broad st. SOUTH SEVENTH 8T., 353-Four rooms, all improvements- $15. SPRINGFIELD AV.. 501, at 10th at. -6 or « rooms and bath: rents $13-$16. Inquire of janitor or J. OKIN 222 Washington st. SUMMIT ST. 101-Flat to let; Improve ments, except hegt. TO LET, at 263 Johnson av,. second floor. flve rooms; $12 per month. Inquire F. E. BENEDICT, 25 West Kinney st. WF. specialize on collections and the entire management of property. Are you having trouble with your tenants? Call to ?e«* Ua. Established 1969. JOHN W. JORALEMON AGENCY. 74 Grafton av., cor. Washington. WASHINGTON ST., 499-Four rooms; water and gas; pleasant location. WASHINGTON AND KINNEY STS.—Four and five rooms; hot water and heat fur nished; rent $18 up. Inquire superintendent j building, or BEYER, 1118 Broad st. j WILL sub-let four rooms and bath; paying $40 a month, for $SI> a month; new tenant can stay for one year: finest location in Newark. Address ANXIOUS, Box 86. Star Office. OUT or TOWN. LYONS FARMS. 32 HILLSIDE AV —Seven large, light rooms and bath; new two family houso, s^pprate steam heater; rent $23. block from Main ilne trolley. Apply on premises. • ' EAST ORANGE EAST ORAKQH. Amherst st., 247—Elegant modem second floor apartment; beamed coiling dining-room; handsomely decorated; gas and electric light; moderate rent. In quire first floor. NUTLEY CENTRE ST., 482—Five rooms and bath. W. II TARRY. Union Building. Newark VAIL* BURG VAlLSiiUKQ—Four large. light rooms; papered and painted; tuba and toilet; en closed porches; rent $12. Inquire fH> Brook I dale av. FURNISHED ROOMS TO^ LET ACCOMMODATION'S for two refined gentle man; pieae&nt. heated room, block from Lincoln Park, excellent table board. 13* Orchard at. ST.. 28—Furnished room to renti all improvements; $3.SO. BANK ST 88—Nicely furnished rooms; light housekeeping, new management. BROAD BT.. 940—Large, front room; ai*o single, front room, for gentlemen; steam naat. bath; private family reference* BROAD ST 985; The Iisleigb—Tiarge room*; - *>>>'**Jt*‘ ^or two; all ■ improvements. BROAD FT 900—Two Urge, bright, airy. connecting rooms for housekeeping; rea sonable. Bi RNEfT FT.. 7—Fader new manageme v*; nice,*/ furnished room*, some for house keeping steam gas. bath. ®N HT" 104—Nicely famished room*; • 1 -SM* sod g2. .MBIA ST , D9; near Green *t.—Desir an ▼ furnished. single and double front room*: 'rr.urovcment*; running water; exert lent board if deeired; central; reasonable. COURT ST.. 27; cor. (Islsey—Large, bright nirn»*!i-d rw.au for g-utlemen; ateam beat; telephone service; reasonable term* COURT ST. 72—Large, front room, for light hc.uwtk«epiug: sleeping rooms. $1.90 up. COURT .FT., DO—Up-to date rooms, heatad, restaurant ip building; American or European plan. 12 week up. COTTAGE FT, 10 11 keeping room, with rouuertlag kitchen; ala* large front room for two gentlemen; all Itn prov, n.ents three mimnea City HaB; rea sons ide to desirable people. CRAWFORD ST.. 19—Nlooly furnished hou&ckr eplng room. 81 78 ballroom, $1.*0. EAST KINNEY ST. 27. naar Broad—Pri vate. comfortable room for refined-lady, gentlemen, couple ateam heat. g EIGHTH AV., 43—Furnished room; all Jm ^pro\ements: reasonable; In private family. EIGHTH. AV. 47—Two nicely furnished _near I-arkawanaa; also single room, FATRMfirNT AT.. 2g$—Two rooms and bath: one Urge and small connecting room wi»k use of pUno: reasonable. FULTON FT . 47—Large, furnished doable and single room*: steam beat; running \ot and cold water; near tubes and Four Corners: board if desired. GREEN FT., 96—Ntee, ballroom for gentle *uau; bath gas HAL8KV. 5,v near New—Attaactlvaiy fur n’ebed rootn*: all Improvements; ateam beat. ) HIGH 8T., 686 One large room: sieem neat, hot and cold water; also single room: es reliant board If desired HILL. ST., 26—Pleasant front room, <m» o* ♦wo gentlemen Imp' s . si ram haat; prl vat e. IRVING 8T., 164—Boarder* wanted; twe gentlemen, table board, ff. LAFAYETTE IT.. 175-With or without board LIBERTY 8T , 26: cor. Lafayette - Rooms for men: steam beat. ga» bath, f 1 .30 per wees. MARSHALL ST.. 1: cor Broad st—I*arge, front rooms, single or double: board op tions!. MULBERRY ST.. 190—Furnished rooms feY gentlemen only; near all railways; improve ment* MULBERRY ST. 204 — Furnished roams fee gentiaaice only. MULBERRY BT.. 240: Commerce at., 97— For housekeeping and sleeping: fl. NEW ST.. 90 AND 108—Two rooms; sleeplug or housekeeping: also front parlor. ORCHARD 8T.. 116—Nice, large steam healed roam, with board; for ene or two ladles; private house; homelike. ORCHARD ST.. 130—Newly fanHNI roam. alr.gle or double all improvements; ateaw beat. ORCHARD ST.. J16—Twe large rooaae and private bath: suitable for oaaple or t»* or thtee gentlemen, ^ ORCHARD ST.. lao-bmall noeaehoejlnf room, also nice, al&gle romp PLANE ST 158— One room for light fcoaoe* keeping «ream beat: all niprovemsmts. PLUM ST.. 17. near Washington— Newjy deeo rated. dean rooms for light bonaakeeping or sleep.ng rooms; under uew management; reasonable. ROBEVILL* AV„ 41-Two large, pleasant room* ail convenienses SOUTH ST., S -Neatly furnished room*, with all improvement*; steam beat convenient t* ell cm. SPRING ST., 87—Farnlabed rooms, 81; light housekeeping. If STIRLING ST.. 47’*, near Court Bouse—* Pleasant room- all improvement*: private house; very quiet; reference. BTIRL1NO st. 27, near Court House— j Large, pleaiant from room: suitable for en« or two: ell intf»reverae«ua. THOMAS ST., Ill—1Two large frent room*. near South at. station; rent reasons bl*: steam b*-at: gentlemen only. ™ WALNUT ST.. tB—Two. nieoly furalebed nect:n? front room* for housekeeping; City nail. ’ WALNUT ST 50: near Broad—Two furnished • ongeetipg rooms for light housekeeping: very comfortable: good lo- , cation steam heat a!! impreoenienta. WALNUT BT., 76—Room* for light house keeping running water, also boarding. 18. WARREN ST.. 49—Two comfortable attia , rov es. M.00 per menth. WARRiq.\^PL.. 20—Xieely furniahed room, board: steam heat, all improvements: cantral. homt * omforta. WASHINGTON BT.( 162—Parlor room: alee r.H.ni for two: board if desired. d WASHINGTON ST., 1 IS—One nr two fur- \ nished room* complete for light house keening: running water: all Improvements; te**me reasonable WASHINGTON ST.. 504—Ntcaly burnished. second-boor front room: convenient »e bath room light housekeeping If desired: also large single room. $1 50. heat closet end bath. Washington st . ibb—Twe r©emi water, gas: no objectloe te children: reasonable WASHINGTON' ST , 13?— Byelt B«rl*r. kitchenette; use of laundry; other cpn Tenlences. YOU can Judge a man by hla heels: A«pb enubach Haelatrates will make it* weae your heels straight; ask your dealer fw I them: 25c per pair. fithxishto fiats to l«t. AGENCY for furnished apartments sad rooms at the North End; steam beat, prl rate batbs. etc. Inquire 83 Third BROAD ST . 1182 -Ten mtmitaa to Market, j near P. R. R. station; 8 and 4 rpom apar*. ; ments: hot mater steam tanitor; IS w©*h- ? ly. BEYER 1175 Broad ah_ | RROAD ST. 25; Falrmount av lag—Twg and three rooms; housekeeping; hat watad, Janitor, low rates. Apply on premise*. FIRMSHED FLATS WARfMI FURNISHED bachelor apartment fo** gentlemen A.idres* U, Bov 12, Hlr offt-e BOARDING —-— HOTEL KENSINGTON EAST PARK AND MUI.BF.RRT BTC Desirable roams, with or without board, at reasonable tales, horn* cool; Inf. good j service. C. JOHNSON. Prop. Tol. 30«3 | Market. __ j BOARDERS or roomers, »£• airy ’opm^ •team heat, all Impta. 103 Mirrea !■*« blocks from Plane at _ i fffil EA8T ORANOB. Park tt.. 11% cor. Par* av.—Board in refined, private houee.. ; Phone 638-VV | FOREST HI LI*. Dike #t., 778—Attract!*# ] room for two. with beard: alao two amatter i room** all mproveimuts and One location, i Phono 1238. Branch Drools__ . ^Jj ! FIFTH ST.. 29. near Central mv. wjjtfvwly 1 rooms; wholeaome food; two roeo>» to* | aether M 80 each; single. >6._j i SUMMER AV.. 272—Front room to refft* wit!| j board; al«> table board. Stesmm J THIRD AV no-1,.r,.. bMt»« njsy iM.urd. for two gentlemen; I'emSO) «*»■*»*■__ WARRBN ST.. 4#. M«r rt.ri.U. rOM» Hr rwet.We ' ; UomellKt term, very muder.t*. WASHINGTON AV. Ctft- BowrtI ail liBplvvemp.nta >!■'*?. [ and railroad atatton aear..