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First Prices in Most Cases Are
Shade Under Yester
day’s Close.
\ NEW YORK, April 15 —First prices
of stocks today in most cases wore
a shade under yesterday’s c’ose. Sell
ing was active, but the market stood
up fairly well. The largest move
ment was in Utah Copper, wh’ch
dropped a print. Northern Pacilic
and Smelt*ng lost nearly as much.
New York Stock Exchange
Following are the quotations of the
day’s prices as furn'shert through
Ryrne & McDonnel1 tnernhers of the
New York Stock Exchange:
Open 11:15.
A">a' Copper . 73% 73%
Am Can . 27% 28%
Am Car & F . 49% 49%
’ Am Cotton Oil . 41 41
Am Smelting . 66% 66%
Am Sugar . 99% 99%
Anaconda . 34 34
At, T & S Ee. 95% 96
Fait Ai Ohio. 88% SS%
Brooklyn R T. 91% 91%
Canadian Pacific . 266 20'%
Central Leather . 34% 35
Cbes Ohio . 62% 5?%
Ch’c, Mil S- St P . 98 98%
Chic & N W . 13? 132
Er‘e . 28% 28%
*Ex-rtividend.
Erie 1st pf .. 44 44%
Gt Northern pf . 191% 122
Tnterbnrnueh-Met . 14% 14%
K C Southern .. 94^ 24%
Lehigh Valley .143% 143%
Mo Pacific .. 24 28%
N Y Central . 89% «*%
N Y. Ont * West 1. 2«% °6%
Northern Pacific .166% no
Pennsvivan'a . 169% iie%
Reading . 16’% 16"%
Roek Island . 3% 3%
Rock Island nf . 5% 6%
Southern Pac'flc . 91% 92%
Tb'rrt Av(t... 49% 49%
TJn’nu Pac'flc.165% 166%
•TT S Ruhber. 57% 67%
IT S Steel. 68% 58%
Western Union . 6° 61%
Wee-inebnuso F' . 79% 79%
New York Produce Market
Yesterday.
RUTTER—The ton grades of fresh
Were %r lower under free o''er'nrs.
On the Mercantile Exchange 6"7 tubs
of extras sold at ?5’r‘,5%e, an un’’S’
allv heavy day’s business. The 1-ck
of the Hebrew trade was felt, and
there was no snap to trading. Pusi
ik4s in he’d a-nja lie-kt t,ut nibeks of
fine coresponding with the £>est held
firm Process showed improvement.
Ladles slightly firmer. Good packin'!
stock in better demand. Prices fol
low: Creamery, extras. 25'iT|"5%c;
firsts, 23%®24%o; seconds, 2°<fr>”3 ■;
held extras. 23c; firsts, 21®22e; St'te
dairy, finest, 24%@?5c; good to prime.
l’2#24c; process, extras. 2(%i'-’0%r;
firsts, 18®19c; ladles, current fir°ts,
18c; packing stock, current make, No.
2, 15® 16c; No. 3. 12® 14c.
CHEESE—Low prices have stimu
lat- d trading, but quotations were
unchanged. Some storing was being
clone to avoid losses. A large share
of the receipts was not mature and
not wanted. Trading in old lines was
more active. New Zra’and stock
moved s’ow. Fresh skims dull. Prices
are: State whole ml’k. o’d as to
quafity, 14%®19o; fresh specials, fu'r
ly cured, l3%@14e: average fancy,
green, 13®l"%c; skims, he'd, fa'r to
finest. lU',14%c; sk’ms, fresh good to
c|>. : VF |91<e. Uf..,r to fn'r 6®9c
EGGS—Yester,lav’s receipts werc
heavy, he'eg 41 881 cases of 31 do’en
each With onlv 'impd having, the
market was topheavy and %c lower,
with an accumulation in most stores.
Bvrne & McDonnell
MEMBERS OF
N V. STOCK EXCHANGE
N. V. COTTON EXCHANGE
N. V. PRODUCE EXCHANGE
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND
ROND EXCHANOE
1 CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
PRIVATE WIRES
WIEI.IAM F. KINO Manaaar.
776 B-ond Street, Newark
TELEPHONE 1800 MARKET
«0 llROAIIWAt. NEW \ORR
TELEPHONE 504 RECTOR
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ESTABLISHED 1801.
WARREN N. TRUSDELL & CO.
Dealers in Stocks and Bonds !
Ranh sai and inmiratice ulock* n specialty.
HIprh-craMe InveHtrnnnt **eourltle».
756 BROAD STREET
tCni-anec Clint or ritieai
; REAL ESTATE |
TRANSFERS.
NEWARK.
Adam Jackiewiez to Andrew Pafl
zek, s s Warren st, 100 ft w fr
Chatham st, 20x92. $1
John F. Monahan (sheriff) to Fair
child-Baldwin Co., n s Scheerer
av, 178 ft e fr Hunterdon st,
50x100 . 1,000
Falrchild-Baldwin Co. to Helen
MacDonald Berry, same property 1
Henry Ailsopp et al to James J.
Gibb, n w cor Camp and Orchard
sts, 40x98, and other tract. 1
James J. Gibb to George A. Al -
Isopp, n w cor Camp and Orchurd
Bts, 40x98 . 1
Same to Albert E. Ailsopp, Inc., u
s Kinney st, 87 ft u e fr Mul
berry st, 42x04 . 1
John F. Monahan (sheriff) to '’di
gress Building and Loan Assn.,
e s Belmont av, 75 ft s fr Mont
gomery st, 25x100 . 400
Pellegrino Bellecchla to Joseph
Jttcobowttz et ul, e s Sunset av,
255 ft 8 fr an alley, 50x100. 1
Mar.a Burns to Elizabeth Knnk e
wlcz, w s Polk st, P*25 ft n fr
Ferry st, 25x100. 1
Mary M. Kaiser and bus to John
Menzytek et al, u s N. Y. av, 77
ft w fr Adams st, 19x71, and
other tract . 1
Victor G. Bird to Charlotte H.
Searing, w' a Summer av, 340 ft
n w fr Harvey st, 25x180, and
other tract . 1
Forest Mill Land Co. to Mary E.
Wittalein et al, w 8 Parker st,
174 ft s fr Delavan av, <12x100.... 1
Newark Home Builders Co. to
Christian Deuschle, n s Avon av,
45 ft w fr S. 14th st, 25x99. 1
Joseph A. Ward to Edward J.
Ward, e s Parker st, 475 ft s fr
2d av, 25x100 . 1
Same to same, e a Mt. Prospect
av, 250 ft n fr Grafton av, 2 »xl.‘*2 1
Nellie II. Brlntnaii to Ella Meigs,
e s Kidge at. 142 ft w fr Bloom
field av, 75x07, ami other tract.. 1
George W. Robertson et al to
Breakenridge & TIchenor, Inc.,
e k Cedar av. 328 ft n fr S. Or
ange av, 25x100.. 1
Franz Ena to Max Schnefel et ul,
e s S. 7tli st, 157 ft n e fr 19th
av, 25x100 . 1
John F. Monahan (sheriff) to
Traders’ Investment Co., e s 5th
st, 475 ft n fr 1st av, 37x100. 5,303
Traders' Investment Co. to An
ion o Araee, same property. 1
John F. MeLagun to Guarttity
Realty Co., s s Irving st, 107 ft e
fr Summer av, 28x102.
Elizabeth J. Pollock and hus to
Augustus C. Lelbe, n s 3d av, 55
ft vv fr Summer av, 25x100. 1
TOWNSHIPS.
Marian Lund Co. to Katie A. Vines,
Nutie.v, w s Washington av, i5
ft s fr Centre st, 25xi05.
Chuuucey (i. Parker to Henry J,
IlolloWay, Belleville, w s Maple_I
On the Mercantile Exchange 1,350:
cases were sold, mostly at 18%c for
firsts. Storage lower, some being f
put away rather than marketed at
the prevailing quotat'on. Dirties
lower and quiet. Checks easier
State whites were in some accumula- I
tion with the market easy. Prices I
follow: Fresh gathered, extra, 20V4® ;
21c; storage packed, firsts, 19t&@30c; j
regular packed, firsts, 18tfe(b 10c; tec
onds, 17%@18%c; Ptnnsylvan a and
nearby hennery whites, tine to fancy, !
2ic; hennery browns, 20@3lc; brown
and mixed colors, 19@19V4e; Daltimcro
ducks, 25c; Western, 22®24c; Ten
nessee and other good Southern, 2 ®
23c; geese, 400 4.5c.
LIVE POULTRY—Trading was
moderate, with receipts of seventeen
cars Western, s x Southwestern, s x
teen Southern by freight, two by ex
press. A car of fine Missouri and
fourteen coops of Indiana fowls were
reported sold at 22c, wh'le six
cars of heavy Western were said to
be sold at 21c. A car from Kentucky
sold at auction at 2014c for thirty
coops of fowls 20c for s'xty coops,
14c for three coops of roasters, 24‘i-c
one crop turkejs. 12%c one coop
geese. 21 Vfec" one coop ducks
DRESSED POULTRY—Fresh k'Ued
fowls are scarce and firm on desirable
lines. Much stock s undergrade Old
roosters firm and In moderate supply.
Squabs steady. The demand for
frozen fowls Is fa r but market firm.
Small stock slow. Large roast'ng
chickens firm. Most of the stock is
unattract've and dull. Fancy tom
turkeys firmly held. Mens In moder
ate demand. Frozen ducks and geese
dull.
Quotations: Turkeys, average, lb., |
21®22c; broilers, Philadelphia fancy,
\Vz lbs. each, a lb., 42®45c; chickens,
Philadelphia, fancy, 24®75c: coarse,
14c; fowls, Western, boxed. 60 lbs. and I
over to doz., 19c; 36 to 42 ihs., 17Vj®
18c; under 30 lbs. 15®16c: in larrcls,
5 lbs , 18V4®19c; Western, fancy, s a d- I
ed, 18V4@19c; Western and Southern, I
poor, 14®15^4c; old roosters, 14V4c;
frozen turkeys, small Western, select- ,
cd hens and toms, 25®26c: Kentucky,'
23@23'/4c; Texas 23c; old hens. 23®
24c; o'd toms, 22®23c; broi’ers, 12 to
box, milk fed. fancy, 18 to 24 lbs, 23®
25c; corn fed, 29@’lc; chickens, mi k
fed, 31 to 36 lbs. to doz., 17®18c; corn
fed. l'®16c: fow's Wrsteen. ho^ed. 6}
lbs. and over to doz., 19c; 30 to 35 lbs,
15®15<4c; old roosters, 14c; ducks,
Western, 12®15c; No. 2, 8®19c; geese,
Western, fancy, 13@14c; No. 2, 9®llc.
. :
771i 13KOAD MTltMSBT
ASSETS, OVER *7,700,000.00 JO 4 I QL INTPUF^T
SURPLUS, OVER S430.J00.00 ** W WT7O W 1 tHtOI
Deposits made the fiist three business days of every month draw
interest iitm the first of the month.
OFFICIOUS!
GOTTFRIED KRUEGER, President
John Fincher, Flrnt Viee-Prea.i lllcbael T. Uarrctl, Second Vlce-I’rei.i
WUlluni G. Irnutuciu, Secy, and Treaa.
TIllbTEESi
Michael T. Barrett Aug. F. Eggors W’liliam F. Hoffman
William H. Barkhon: Wm. H. F. Fiedler Gottfried Krueger
Herman Horncmann Jr. Christian W Felgenspan Robert A Osborne
Joseph M. Byrne John Fischer Gustavus Staehlin
John J Burkhardt F Albert H&hn Wm G. Trautwelr.
Brewed by a Popular Brewery
5
st. 275 ft n fr Little st, 75x100.. 1
David Douglas, Jr., to Louise D.
Jacobus, Verona, n s Sunset av,
250 ft s e fr land of William
Davenport, 75x150 . 1
Mary E. Dow to Ruth C. Robin
son, Orange, e s Cogan av, 375 ft
n fr Burnside st, 33x05. 1
Ruth C. Robinson to Joseph Dow,
Orange, same pro. erty. 1
James Williamson to Fred W.
Mills, (’aid well, mid of rd fr
Fairfield church to Pine Brook,
55 acres . 1
Janies H. Muchmore et al to Oscar
O. Glokner, E. Orange, w s N.
Maple av, 150 ft n fr Rutledge
av, 30x125 . 1
Wiuthrop D. Mitchell (trus) to
Jane F. Scanlon, Orange, w s
Kenilworth pi, 310 ft n fr Web
ster pi. 32x100. 5,000
II oraee M. Decker to Melva B.
Decker, E. Orange, w s N. 10th
st, 170 ft s fr Park av, 33x100... 1
MORTGAGES RECORDED.
NEWARK.
Helen M. Berry to Fairchlld-Baldwln
Company, north side Seheerer avenue,
178 feet east from Hunterdon street,
$1,550.
Elizabeth Knnklewicz and husband to
West Newark Building and Loan Asso
ciation. west side Polk street, 325 feet
north from Ferry street, $3,200.
Francesco Franconer to William ,T.
Downey, north side Thomas street, 300
feet from corner Avenue F, $200.
John Niewz.vtek et al to Knights of
Pythias Building and Loan Association,
north side New York avenue, 77 feet west
from Adams street; and other tract,
$2,300.
Same to Mary M. Kaiser, same prop
erty, $1,200.
Giocinto Padula to Webster Building
and Loan Association, cast side JellllT
avenue, 200 feet south from Vunderpool
street, $4,000.
Mary E. Witt stein and husband to
Woodslde Building and Loan Association,
west side Parker street 174 feet south
from Delavan avenue, $6,000.
Same to same, same property, $3,500.
Same to Forest Illll Land Company,
same propartv, $4 300.
Christian Deusehle to Newark Home
Builders' Company, north side Avon ave
nue, 45 feet west from South Fourteenth
street, $1,000.
Carl M Quittner to Gostnv Koch, east
side South Tenth street, 73 feet south
from Skinkle street; and other tract,
$*oo.
Angelo R. Blnnchl to Federal Trust
Company, east side Clifton avenue. 250
feet south from Park avenue, $10 000.
Ida Shulz and husband to Sigmund
Altuinn, east side South Eighteenth street,
100 feet south from Fifteenth avenue,
$1 000
West Newark Mill and Lumber Com
pany to William Stalford, west side South
Fourteenth street, soo feet north from
Avon avenue: and other tract, $3,(MM).
Parkway Realty Company to People’s
Building and Loan Association, north
side Verona avenue, 88 feet west from
Lake street, $17,000.
Domeniek Mllone to Jean Tack, east
side Vermont avenue, 540 feet south from
South Orange avenue, $4,000.
Franz Ens to Krcsonzin Multicast side
South Seventeenth street, 132 root north
east from Lebanon avenue. $500.
Antonia A race and husband to Knights
of Pythias Building and Loan Associa
tion, east side Fifth street, 475 feet south
from First avenue, $5,000.
TOWNSHIPS.
Sf. Paul’s Congregational Church to
Guarantee Mortgage ami Title Insurance
Company. Nut ley, cast corner St. Paul’s
place ami Hillside avenue, $5,000.
Charlotte A. Baptiste and husband to
Fidelity Trust Company, Nut ley, north
west corner High street and Funston
place, $3,000.
Bayard 1. Sldinnn to Agnes M. Sldinnn,
W *st Orange, south side Ashwood terrace,
£43 feet west from Cherry street, $1,000.
Mary Kane to Half Dime Savings Bank,
Orange, west side Central place, south
east corner Dennis Hough’s land, $850.
Minnie .1. Molvoon and husband to Or
ange Savings Bank, Fast Orange, eaHt
side Amherst street, 322 feet north from
Howard street. $3,300.
Henry But ten berg to same, West Or
onge, north side Mt. Pleasant turnpike,
« orner Daniel B ker’s land, $000.
Herman C. Schneider to Court Mouse
Building and Loan Association, East
Orange, centre South Grove street, 2<X>
feet south from A. P. Mitchell’s land,
$8,000.
John Esposito to Essex County Build
ing and Loan Association, Belleville, east
side Harrison street, 75 feet from corner
Wallace street, $200.
Howard F. Wlerum to Essex Title
Guarantee and Trust Company, Montclair,
math side Hellevue avenue. 200 feet east
from Fpner Mountain avenue, $7,000.
People's Building Company to Ideal
Building and Loan Association, West Gr
ange, east side High street, (175 feet
northeast from Ridge avenue, $2,000.
Augustine A. Htrazza to Alta .1. Hewes,
Montclair, south side (Hen Ridge avenue,
northeast corner Bridget Bolton’s land,
$1,800.
Marilla L. Frnnke and husband to Isnac
L Silver berg, Irvington, 30 feet northwest
from corner Florence and Laurel avenues,
$5,000.
Giuseppe Corcia to Fourteenth Ward
Puiiding and Loan Association, Belle
vllic, south side Honiss street, 82 feet
west from Lake street, $000
Frederick W. Mals to .lames William
son. Caldwell, centre Fairfield road, cor
ner Linus T. Speer's laud. $2,500.
W. Henry Schurr to Marilla L. Franke,
South Orange, east side Prospect street,
75 feet south from Franklin avenue, $530.
Parkway Realty Company to People’s
Building and Loan Association, East Or
ange. southwest side Elmwood avenue,
218 feet noitli from Burnett street. $8,000.
Carl E. Gottsehalk to Frances H. Pilch,
Verona, stmt beast side Martin road, 404
feet northeast from Clalrmout avenue,
$1,500.
Jane F. Scanlon to Winthrop D.
Mitchell (trustee*. Orange, we-t side Ken
ilworth place, 316 feet north from Web
ster place, $4,500.
Contracts Filed
These contracts were filed In the coun
ty clerk’s office yesterday:
Mrs. William It. Sergeant, of Nutley,
owner, with Frederick Clark, of Nutley,
contractor, general work for addition and
alterations, $790; Nutley, N. J. Same
owner with G. Willard Wharton, of
Belleville, contractor, mason work for ad
dition and alterations, $850; sane prem
ises.
„ohn II. Koch, of Glen Ridge, owner,
with W. Wickstrom, of Montclair, con
tractor, general work, $12,000; Forest
avenue, Glen Itldge.
Lyric Amusement Co., of Orange, own
ers/ with B. C. Long, of Orange, con
tractor, electrical work, $300: Main street,
opposite Lincoln avenue, Orange.
Victoria L. Cow'oll, owner, with John
Richardson, of Montclair, contractor,
electric wiring, $110; 108 South Arlington
avenue, East Orange.
Charles J. Roh, owmer, with the New
ark Weather Strip and Screen Co., con
tractors, screen and weather strip work,
$253; 939-941 South Fifteenth street.
5 ■ me owner with Faurantee Mantel and
Tile Co., contractors, tile work. $3»0:
same premises. Same owner with II.
Schulz & Son Co., contractors, painting
work, $750; suine premises. Sana* owner
with George G. Williams, contractor, oloe
i ri< ;i i " ork, $138; am nlw
owner with Robert McClurry, contract
or. slate work. $225; same premises.
Thomas A. Gibson, of Bloomfield, owm
er. with William .luliano <V Co., of Bloom
field, contractors, mason work, $245:
Newark avenue, Bloomfield. Siyne own
er with George T. WostcrvHt, of Bloom
field, contractor, plumbing, steam heating
arid tinning work, $435; same premises.
Same owner with Hurry Sharp, of East
Orange, contractor, painting work, $165;
seme premises.
St. Augustine’s R. C. Church congre
gation, owners, with Anderson & Berry,
contractors, mason work, to move the
building from' the present position of 170
Sussex avenue to the southwest corner
of Norfolk street and Sussex avenue,
$1,372; southwest corner Norfolk street
and Sussex avenue. Same owners with
James E. Farxpll, contractor carpenter
work, $375; same premises.
Jacob Denberg, owmer, with Offenflranz
6 Mark, contractors, galvanized Iron
work, $655; northwest corner Of Howard
and Baldwin streets. S me owner with
the Bronstein-Felnsod Co., contractors,
carpenter work, $6,000: same premises.
Same owner with Joseph Axelrad, con
tractor, plumbing work, $3,163; same
premises. Same owner with the Rome
Stonecutting Co., contractors, stone
work, $1,100; same premises. Same own
er with Esriel Goldberg, contractor, Iron
work and fire escapes, $815; same prem
ises. Same owner with M. Weiss & Co ,
contractors, mason work, $9,000; Hume
premises.
Board of Education, owners, with
Aschenbach & Rasmusen Co., of East
Orange, contractors, painting work.
$660; adit ion to Ha wd borne avenue
school. Same owners with Frederick
Fatzler Co, Inc., contractors, general
work, $35,818; same premises. Same own
ers with Hedden Iron Construction Co.,
steel and Iron work, $2,877; suine prem
ises.
HALE TO WORK WAY”
ACROSS THE OCEAN
Chicago Goffer to Join Crew of
Freight Steamer Sailing
from Brooklyn.
Following the example set by
“Chick" Evans, his dubmate, who
went abroad as a helper on a cattle
boat. Fraser Hale, of the Edgewater
Oolf Club, of Chicago, today board
ed a freight steamer at her p'er in
Hoboken as temporary member of
the crew. On reaching England Hale
will join the other American go'fers
in the British amateur championships
at Sandwich. He will also play at
Ea Boulie, France, but did not expect
to enter in the British open cham
pionship at Prestw'ck, in Scotland.
Harold Weber, whom Hale tried to
Interest in his plans for it's vovage to
England, preferred a faster boat than
a freighter and left on Monday.
Weber wi'l enter the British amateur
cliamp'onship games.
Louis Franz Takes Lead in
Individual at Atlantic City
Louis Franz, of Cleveland, O..
slipped to the fore in the individuals
at the National Bowling Association
Congress at Atlantic City yesterday.
He rollid 65b, starting off with a
sheet of 257 in the first game.
The Franz-Theis pair, Cleveland,
top the two-man teams, with Hig
gins and Hopkins, Philadelphia, sec
ond. Chris Theis, of Cleevland, has
high average f< r the nine games, his
aggregate reading 1,884.
The Genesee quintet still retain Its
comfortable margin at the top of the
five-man squad with their new
world's record of 3,035. :
The five leaders of the five-man'
teams are: Genesee, Rochester, 3,035; j
Weldeman-Brcw, Cleveland, 2,816;
Maneto, Phi'adelphia, 2,79); R'ectra,
Montreal, 2,761; Majestic, No. 1,1
Philadelphia, 2 639.
The five indiv'dual leaders are:
Louis Franz, Rochester, 655; O. Kal
‘tisch, Rochester, 645; C. Roner, New
York, 635; J. Stern. Yonkers, 633; Mc
Kee, Cleveland. 629.
The five leaders in the two-man i
teams: The's-Franz, Cleveland,
1190; Hivgins-Ho'kins, Phi'adelphia,)
1,172; Bmnomo-Snttrn, Rochester,
1,167; Anderson-Schaeffer, Brook'yn.
1,160; Bates-KorrdoiT, Rochester.
1,135. i
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Harrison Big Five to Close
Season With American Five
V -
The Harrison Big Five will have
their old rivals in the crack American
Five, of Paterson, as their opponents
at Hantman’s Hall, Harrison, tomor
row night. This will mark the clos
ing of the season for the Harrison
team.
These teams have played each other
three times this season with the Har
rison team getting two games. Man- |
ager Hauser, of the Paterson team,
has promised that his team will even
ur the series in th's game.
The probable line-up tomorrow
night will he: American—Klewln
and W. Powers, forwards; C Bowens, |
centre; Harvey, Relll and Love, I
guards Harrison—Smolick and B eg-1
ner, forwards; Miller, centre: Ptnmpf |
and Doherty, guards. Referee—j
I Chambers.
La Montngne Attracts
Notice in Polo Practise1
A raw, chilly wind that swept the
Lakewood Polo Fie’d mnde the polo
eand’dates work hard to keep warm
yesterdav afternoon A full eights
period game was played between
Montv Waterbury’e Red team arid
the opposing Blues The Red team'd!
l‘nn-up was the same as on last Sat-j
urdav MiPhnm and the two Water-!
hury’s placing together with several .
others aRernatlng at the other post- !
tions. Their opponents placed ag- I
1 gressively all through. The Rn.l
team won hv a score of 9 goavs to 8.
The plaver to attract the meet at
tention on account cf h*s line h't
tine and riding was Rone La Mon
tagne. Ilis four goals wore snlendld
soec mens of long driving on the lor
ward offside.
Ouimet and Lockwood
Avenge Previous Defeat
LONDON, April 15—Francis Oul
mct, the American coif ehampirn,
and A. G. Lockwood pinned a return i
four-ball match at Weston-super I
Mare yesterday with R. W May and !
R A. R'dd«ll and avenged their Sat
urday's defcot.
The Amer'cans led near'y all tho
way. After being 6 up at the tentu.
they won by 3 up and 2 to play.
No Date Set, as Yet, for
Federal League Hearings
CHICAGO, April 15—Date for the|
preliminary hearing of the two suits
of the Philadelphia National League
Baseball Glut) against James A. Gil
more, president of the Federal
League, and the officers of the Chi
| cago and Brooklyn Fede-al clubs was j
not set yesterday. Marsha's were on- ,
deavoring to serve tho capers on Gil- ;
more, Weeghman, Wa'ker and Joe
Tinker here, and summonses had been
rna'led to New York to be served on
Robert and Wa'fer Ward.
WORK TO CONTINUE
LONDON, April 15.—Sir Thomas
Linton is st’li on the Riviera, but his
private secretary says the-e is ab«o
lutleiy no truth in the report that
work wil' he stooped on the Sham
rock IV. and the intimation that he
may not race. Wor is going rlvht
on, and noth'ng within hnmm con* i
trol can ston the Shamrock from
reaching Sandv Hook on the dates
for the America’s cup races.
IHN ON GAMBLING

All gambling «n the American!
| League baseball o«rk at Ft Louis
wiP b» strlct’y i rohlbited this year,
accord’ng to an announcement mnde
yesterday bv Robert Lee Hedges,
i pres'dent cf the Ft. Louis club.
H dtres has asked th»> nnRce de
| nartmont to heir* h5m sunpress tliej
I gumhVrs. Sl,vn«* barr'ng th° practise'
will be p’aced throughout the park
_
« » nf: i\ vf”
AEEOMINAL SUPPORTERS
ii;d trusses
A’adi to
Crder
Is Our
Specialty
*
SEND FOR CIRCULAR NO. I.
Feinhold Schumann
33 Wi'liam St., iewarV, j,
.M) MUCH IN THE PAST HAS BEEN WRITTEN ANI) SPOKEN IN PRAISE OF
SWEPT BY BREEZES OF
OCEAN, BAY AND RIVER
that today we are floundering about for adjectives to bespeak Its nobility mn m Shore Resort, but words
at the best nrr too hollow to describe its natural grandeur and allurements In a word. It's Just the spot
that you and others hav< been coveting for years, as I encompasses miles of clean, pebbly bench, stately
nines, velvety lawns, and where the bathing, yachting, crabbing and social life on the water and cottage
life in the pines are unsurpassed.
As young as Ocean Gate is today, It neverthe'e <s shows prosperity that other water resorts cannot
hope to show in years to come; so. if you believe the e’s no place better than the best, your Judgment will
favor Ocean Gate. «
Yacht Club
Social Entertainments Weekly
Beach Right' to All Property
Owners
Shore Reanr* Ruilding Like
Magic
The other ad van tapes of Ocean Gate are: Roadwnlk, Water Mains, Railroad Station on the Ground
Postoftlce, Hotels. Miles of Well-made .Streets. Telepr iph and Lone DIsDinee Telephone Service, Two Public
Pieis. Desirably located sites nt prices as amazinclv low as
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
Shore front*; business and special sites hlpher; convenient payments Sound Titles. No Taxes for One
Year No Interest
i Inaugural Trip to Ocean Gate Sunday, April 19
I Write, phone or call for Free Guest Tickets and Photographic Views.
GREAT EASTERN BUILDING CORPORATION
Wiss Bldff., <>(>,’>-(>71 Broad St.
Tel. 2103 Market—Open Evenings Until 9 o’clock
Carpentier Defeats Mitchell,
but Englishman Wins Wager
PARIS, April 15.—Georges Carp'n
tier, the French boxer, defeated the
ICnglish amateur, George Mitchell,
last night in n’.nety-flve seconds. Al
though ho was so quickly defeated,
Mit hell won a wager for standing up
longer 'n front of Carpentier than
Bombardier Wells did at the National
Sporting Club of London. Wells was
knocked out after sixty-three seconds
of boxing.
The contest took place at the Salle
Lerda, Paris, and was of a private
nat re, only the friends of the two
boxers being invited.
ROGER SALMON HOME
Roger Salmon, the local hoy who
trained with the Philadelph’a Ath
letics in the spring workout at Jack
sonville, Fla., and who pitched in
some of the exhibition games en route
to Philadelphia, arr'ved in this city
yesterday. Salmon, who Is a member
of the Hartford Eastern Association
champions, will report to that club in
a week or two. He was accompanied
by George Bausewine, the B'oomflrld
pitcher, who was a member of the At
lanta club of the Southern Associa- j
tion. but who was released.
SMOKER TONIGHT
The members of the Iroquois As
soc'at'on w )) gather tonight at Iro
quois Hall, 2G2 Wash ngton street, at
»he annual smoker of the association.
The committee in charge of the affair
have spared no expense to make th’s
affair a great success and the mem
bers expect to have a very enjoy
ab'e evening. Professional vaude
ville talent has been secured to pro
vide the entertainment and there will
be plenty of th.ngs to replenish the
inner man.
CITV ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF EXCISE
COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY
OF NEWARK.
City Hall. April 10th. 1914.
The followi g la the list of the names,
residences and placet, of business cf ap, II
car.t* for licenses, contained In all applba- ,
Hons or petit Ions made to this board for the ;
granting of licenses to sell spirituous, vinous,
malt or brewed liquors, and not heretofore j
published according to law. to wit.
Name. Place of Business. Resilience.
RETAIL—RENEWALS.
Fred Ileus 520 Springfield av. , . .Same place J
Patrick J dunning. 131 West st.Same place I
Isaac Ebenfeld, 224 Central av..Same place
Samuel Rosenbaum. 654 Market st. . . .
Sam • place |
i hrlstina Schorr. 35 Court st. . .Same place '
Charles Engelhardt. 212^ Court st. ..
Same place !
Frank Meyers. 1 Peshlne av.Same place
Adam Remeykls, 205 New York av. . .
Same place .
Steve IIHh 171 West Kinney st.Same place
Mrs. Pauline R. Beck. 40-47 Pierce st. .
Same place
John McEnroe, 191 Halsey st.... Same place
W HOLES A LE—REN E W A1..
John R. Brawer. 9-1.5 Earn Falrmount
av.Same place
RETAIL—TRANSFERS.
Ignat/. Mania, from 128 Market st. to
394 Avon av.09 St. James pi.
1 deter Albenese, from 298 East Kinney
st. to 341 Adams st.73 Delaney at.
Nathan druber, Irom 106 Chapel st. to
1-3 Lister av.136 Hodden terrace
RICHARD MILLER.
President.
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
City Clerk*
NE.ILKI) I'ROrOSALH
UK KICK uK THE UUaKU UK STKEEl
AND WAThiit cOAiAltHSAONLHH
UK TiiE uATY Ui- NEYYAitk.
CITY HALL.
Newurit, N. J.. April 9, 1914.
Sealed propo*aiH will be received ui tnl*
office irom 3.1 j to 3:30 «clock p. m. of
Thursday, the twenty-third nay oi April,
1914, and opened ui tne luat named hour, at
a public in eulng oi the board to be hold
at nuld linn* and place.
Kor the paving of the following utreetM and
high way*:
NOItTH SEVENTH STREET
ircm Kourrh avenge to Third avenue.
NUitVv uUn ftlHbb i\
fioin South Orange avenue to Ablnger place.
RAiJVi H'ljtEET.
from Sandloid avenue to toe East Orange
line.
SOUTH TWE' ^h STREET,
from South Orange avenue to central ave
nue. the Meet Ion from ventral avenue to
T w ell Hi avenue lo be paved on botn aides
of the Htmei railway track* with the excep
tion of eighteen ti»i Incne* on each wide of
uaiu iracKs.
SOUTH FIFTEENTH STREET,
from South oruiigu avenue to Sixteenth avo
nue.
The following ts about *he amount of the
work to he done, 'and the materials to ho
furnished in the construction and comple
tion of said work, and upon which bids
will ho compared:
FOR NU.tTH SEVENTH STREET HAV
ING:
Three thousand seven hundred (3.700)
square yards of hltullthh pavement on a
six .6, inch concrete foundation.
Twenty-live (25) lineal feet of 20 by 0
Inch lour cut curb, set in concrete.
One thousand six hundred (1,6U0> lineal
feet of oid curb, four cut and reset in con
crete.
Standard prices will be paid for the follow
ing:
Five (5) noiseless manhole covers.
Fifty (GO) lineal feet of new header curb,
set in concrete.
One fl> set of 20 hy 6 inch four cut cor
ners, net In concrete.
One (1) basin with connecting chut® com
plete.
FOR NORWOOD STREET HAVING
Three thousand eight hundred i 3.800)
square yards of bltulTthle pavement on a
six (*ii Inch concrete foundation.
Two thousand two hundred and fifty (2.2F0)
lineal feel of 18 by 5 inch four cut curl). Met
In concrete.
f ifty (50) lineal leet of old curb, four
cu« and reset in concrete
Slumlord prices will be paid for the follow
ing :
Four <4i noiseless manhole covers.
One (1) hastn with connecting chute com
plete.
One hundred (100) lineal feet of new
header curb, set In concrete.
Three (3) sets of hi hy 5 Inch four cut
corners, sei in concrete
FOR HALM STREET HAVING
Six ttfiusuiid one hundred iti.lQOi square
yards of bitullthlc pavement on a six (8)
Inch concrete to .relation
Three thousand five hundred <3.500) lineal
feet of 18 by 5 Inch four cut curb, set In
coi Crete.
Two hundred (200) lineal feet of old curb,
four cut and reset in concrete.
Standard prices will he paid for the follow
ing:
Seven (7) noiseless manhole covers.
One hundred «100) lineal feet of new
header curb, tet In concrete.
Two tzi sets of 16 hy 5 Inch (our cut cor
ners. set in concrete.
Two (2) basins with connecting chutes
comj lete.
Two hundred *200) lineal feet of twelve
<12) Inch pipe sewer
FOR SOUTH TWELFTH STREET HAV
ING:
Nine thousand eight hundred <9.800)
aqua re yards of hltul.thlc pavement on u
six (8) Inch concrete foundation.
One thousand seven hundred 11,700) lineal
feet of 20 by D Inch Tour cut curb, set In
concrete.
Twenty-11 v't (251 lineal feet of old four
cut curb, reset In concrete.
Standard prices will tie paid for the fol
lowing :
Four (4) noiseless manhole covers.
One hundred (100) lineal feet of new
header curb, set in concrete.
Five (5) sets of 20 by 5 Inch four cut
curb corners, set In concrete.
Two (2) basins with connecting chutes
complete.
FOR SOUTH FIFTEENTH STREET
PAVING:
Seven thousand two hundred (7.200) :
square yards of bitullthlc pavement on ft
six (6) inch concrete foundation.
SP A I I I) PROPOSALS
One thousand eight hundred (1.800) lineal
feet of lt» by b Inch four cut curb, set In
concrete.
One thousand eight hundred (1,800) lineal
feet of old curb, tour cut and reset in con
crete.
Standard prices will be paid for the follow
ing:
Bight (K) noiseless manhole covers.
Billy (50) lineal feet of new header curb,
sel In concrete.
Four 141 sets of it] by 6 Inch four cut cor
ners. sef In concrete.
One (1) basin with connecting chutes com
plete.
bids foi tne above pavements must In
cluuo a price bid per square yard per yeur
1 foi maintenance und repair of said pave
ment during art additional and second period
of live (.it years und under the goo runt da
bond by a surety company or a bond with a
•urety acceptable to tl.«- Hoard of Street and
\v uier « oniinlMNioner-* which may lie re
quired at trie option ol tne board at any time
' beiore the expirutton of the tlrat ttvo years'
gun rente;*
1 TUB CONTRACT FOR THE WORK ON
i TUB AMOVE STREETS. IF AWARDED,
i till A I. L HE AWARDED PROVISIONALLY
HV I HE HOARD AM) SHALE IMPOSE NO
LIARlI.rn « PON T'-jE (TTY UNLESS
M CM AWARD SKA' • Sl'HSEyiT
HE FINALLY MADE BY THE HOARD
PRELIMINARY ASaC hKME.VTS OF CROP
KRTY HRv EFIT-'D Lr»"EClALLY RY THE
PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS IS TO RE
MADE AND PIT: LI MBA RINGS ON THE
S ML HE HELD. AFTER WHICH THE
HOARD MAY OR MAY NOT FINALLY
AWARD THE CONTRACT IN ACCORD
A NCR WITH CHAPTER 217 OF THE
STATE LAWS OF 1SHB.
Bidder* are not to state any price for
materials and work for which the e Is a
fixed amount provided for In the specifics
tlona
Each proposal must he enclosed In a seal***!
envelope, properly Indorsed with l he name
of the bidder and of the Improvement, and
directed to tfic Hoard of Street and Water
Comm sHonera of the City of Newark.
Bidder* will Btnte their price* in writing
• wi-P is in figures.
Bidders must spec fy in #4»olr proposal*
thm should the above woie be awarded i«*
them, they will hind themselves to finish and
complete the same within the following num
her of consecutive working clays:
North Seventh Street—Fifty (f»0) days.
Norwood Street Fifty <r»0> days.
Palm S'reel—Sixty (GO* days.
South Twelfth Street -Eighty (80* days.
South Fifteenth Street--Seventy (70* days
The plant- • 1 specifications of *»>e work
cbo be exniiii icd at the office of the chle
engineer of toe Hoard of Street and Wa er
Commissioner* at the city Hall. Said pro
posals to • ••• accompanied by the consent. In
writing, of two sureties, or a surety com
pany qualified to do t>uslneHs • * New Jersey
who shall, at ‘he time of t.oHIng !n suck
proposals-, qualify as to th* I** responsibility
Ju the amount of such proposal, and bln<;
themselves that. If the contract be awarded
to the person or persons making the pro
posal. hoy will, upon Its being so awarded
become hi- or their sureties for the faithful
performance of said work; and that, if the
pertioii or persons omit or refuse to execute
such contract., they will pay to the city of
Newark any dlff rence hetvoen the surru
to which he or they would **eve been en
titled upon completion of f. • t ntract and
that which the city of Newn-k may t>e
o lived to pay the person or person* by
whom such contract shall t»e executed.
The Hoard of Street and Water < ommls
•loners of he city of Newark reserve to
themm-lve* the right to accept or reject any
ni all proposals for the above work, as they
rtiav d cm best for the Interest of the city.
Rlddeis and sureties are hereby notified
that under ro provisions of the seventh sec
tion oi the lax creating the Hoard of Street
and Water Commissioner*, aporoved March
28th. 1891. that the bond or bonds to be
given tor the faithful execution and per
formatice ol said public work, shad first be
appro* ed as o sufficiency. t»y the board
and as to turm by the council of the board
at.u no contract shall be binning on the
clt.v or become effective or operative untl'
•ueh bon I is *o approved, and the presldem
of the u.ard shiili have power to examine the
proposed bondsmen under oath. If he shal.
so desire, or ahull be so Instructed by he
hoard 'oil the hoard will not be bound by
*ny statement that may be made by such
proposed bondsmen, but shall have ful;
pou' i and absolute discretion In the whole
matter. and this provision shall be referred
to In any advertisement Inviting bids fot
any such public work.
By direction of the Hoard of Street and
Watei ('omni'HMhmerH of the city of Newark
MORRIS It. 8HRRRRRD,
apr8-12t Chief Engineer.
MARRIAGES
HERMAN—MT R PHY—At the residence
of the bride’s aunt, 708 High street.
Newark, on April 14, Florence Elmore
Murphy to Fulton Jarvis Redman.
DEATHS
AUGUSTIN—At Hot Springs, Ark., on
Saturday, April 11, 1014, William, tie
loved son of Catharine and the late*
John Augustin, aged 48 years.
Relatives and friends, also Monroe
Council No. 232. Jr. O. U. A. M.; Will
lam Taft Association: U. S. Gran
Club: Essex County Republican Cora
mlttoe, anti the Fourteenth Ward Re
publican Executive Committee, art
kindly Invited to attend the funeral ot
Thursday, 16th Inst., at 9:15.a. m.. trem
his late residence, No. 160 South Or
ange avenue, to St. Peter’s Church
where at 10 o’clock a Solemn H»gi
Mass of Rpni«*em will be offered for
the repose of his soul. Interment Wood
land Cemetery.
DENISON—On April 14. 1914, at bl« lat*
homo. 66 Main street, East Orange
Albert E. Denison.
Interment at Wlllinmstown, Mass., on
Thursday. April 16, at the convenience
of the family.
DOLAN—Suddenly, on April 13. 1914
Margarpt Dolan (nee Green), beloved
wife of Patrick Dolan, 46 Hecker street,
3IMPEL—On Tuesday, April 14. Sarah
C., beloved wife of Charles Gimbel,
aged 31 years.
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the fnneral from her late real
dence. 230 William street. Belleville, on
Friday, April 17, at 9:30 a. ra.. to St.
Peter's Church, where a High Mass of
Requiem will be offered for the repos*
of her soul at 10 o'clock. Interment
in St. Peter’s Cemetery.
3RAIT—At St. James’s Hospital, on Tuee
day, April 14, Catherine, widow Of
Charles Grau. • ►
HATHORN—On April 13, 1914. at the
home of his cousin, Mrs. A. Swlnton
Pearce, 632 Mt. Prospect avenue, Fred
erick C. Hathorn.
HOWARD—Passed away, on Monday,
April 13. 1914, Frank M. Howard, dearly
beloved husband of *’nrrle E. Howard
(nee Goble), In his 53d year, 56 8her
man avenue.
JONES—n. Percy, suddenly, at Lor
Angeles, California. In his 34th year.
REILLY—At Orange, N. J., on Tuesday
April 14, 1914. Owen P. Reilly, Infant:
son of William J. and Margaret A
Reilly (nee Casey), 6 Falrvlew avenue.
SIMONDS—Suddenly, at Millburn, N.
April 11, 1914, Sarah Elizabeth, In hei
tt.d year.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CARD OF THANKS.
Deeming It Impossible to thank all In
person we take this measure of expr saint
v*r sincere thunks to relatives and friend.1
for their sympathy and floral offerings; aim
he gentlemen who acted as pallbearers, anc
Mr. Frank J. Cody, undertaker, for his kin*
and efflclent services at the funeral of our
beloved wife and mother, Mrs. Hanorah
Kennedy.
BEREAVED HUSBAND AND FAMILY.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
People’s Burial Co.
380 Broad St.. Cor. 8th Av.
WILL FURNISH FOR
$75.00
elegant casket, covered with fine Mho*
broadcloth, white or sliver gray plush, with
nuiHHlve bar handles, engraved namepIgtjftyL
lined with allk or satin, ou.slde case. att
helming, advertising dressing shaving,
crucifix, candelabra gloves, chalre, heave!
and thre** coaches to any city cemetery
We furnish for
$45.00
a funeral that measures up to any tnurt
iMicriither *90.00 funeral. Funeral Parlors
free.
PHONE 257 BRANCH BROOK.
Newark Burial Co.
538 BROAD STREET I
between Bridge and !x>mhardy at* 1
For $65.00 /—
we agree to supply Blau* Broadcloth. White*
liush or imitation Oak Casket, Handler.
Plate. Interior Lined Complete. Outside Pin#
Box. Embalming. Newspaper Notice. Use of
Rug. Pedestal Crepe. Camp Chairs. Hearse
Three Coaches Any City Cemetery. Service*
ol Funerul Directors. .«
Parlors for funeral In connection,
8021 ViaIuu-t. 538 Broad St.
A J. A J. NOLLE. EAT. lh»>,
Funeral Directors end Embalmere.
Funeral Parlors 4. fi. 8 Shipman at. Liver*
and automobile funerals a specialty. Phone
528 Market
GEORGE PRUBCKNER'S SONS—Funeral
directors anil emb&lmern. Offices and funeral
parlors 16 Belmont av. Phone Waverly 411*
CHAS. J. GUENTHER.
Funeral Dlrec*or and Embalmer.
Lady attendant. 190 Su-sex av. Tel. 1445 B. F.
JOSEPH J MANGER.
Funeril Director and Embalmer.
Tel. 768 Waverly 489 Springfield av.
FRANK A FOT.ET
Funeral Director and Emhalmer.
802 Lafayette Mt. Phone 5788 Marks**
T. J. CALI. AN.
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
28 Central *v. Tel. 444.
WM V MULLIN'.
tTNDERTA KER
380 f4»favet.e Bt. Phone 660 Market.
.TIMES f. caff^et.
E*»*. 1489 Undertaker.
44 Thomas Bt. Tel. 770 Waverly.
■. ■ -....liL-'HfULiJLS
CEMETERIES
Glendale Cemetery
Franklin av. an i Jnraleir.on at.. BloomPetf .
N. J Rest located and finest kept, with pet*
petual care to lot owners free; piots of 4
graves 860 up. single graves, $16. 'Phon*
m3 Bloomfield.
FLORISTS
LKTBSSLE. floral and funeral designs n
specialty seeds end plants of all deacrfo*
tlons. 459 Eighteenth av. Tel. 120S*Wa
vVavorly.
RESOLUTIONS
RESOLUTIONS A testimonials engiossed. dl«
plomas rilled in; cards & Invitations beautl*
ully written. Klnne) Studio. 18 W. Kinney,
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—A gold bracelet at Main and Da?
HtH., Orange, on Satuiday even.ng; ic*
ward for return. Address LuST, Box 9, Step
iff ice.
LOST—Lady’s gold watch and pin, elthe
on Littleton av.. Tenth at., Warren st.
or Central av. Reward returned to #4
South Tenth st.
LOST—Blllfolder. or pocketbook. with cas'i
and member cards; kindly return at lea*-":
cards, with thanks arid reward. GREEN*
BAUM, 128 Springfield av.
LOST—Saturday. April 11, two brindle B«»
ton bulldogs, one female. 18 month*' oUi.
ono puppy. 5 months’; reward; no question.*
•50 Frellnghuysen av.
LOST—Between Falrv lew av. and Hlg^lan i
Avenue Station Orange, pearl and eapphlr *
pendant. Liberal reward for return of aam »
tJ 20 Falrvlew av.
ENGRAVED bracelet, lost between Moatcla’e
av. and Ir. iog st. Finder please retut t
to 842 Mt. Prospect av.. first floor.
LOST—April 13. Boston brindle dog. acre* t
tall stub collar. J. CATTERALL,, 30 4
Cleveland av.. Harrison; reward.
PATENTS
R'ENTZBL He RICHARDS, patent law#*
Heitors of U. 8. and foreign patents, trade
.nurko, copyrights. 7 46-7 Broad st.. Federal
1’iust Bldg., established 1886. Tel. 1841 Mkt.
PATENT BUREAU REJCHELT.
545 Broud et. Newark. N. J.
Blanch office, Berlin. Germany. Foreign
patents a specialty, obtained and sold.
CRAKE A CO. Established 1865. CIumm
2946 Market. Rooms 510-511 Klnotf P1j§
bioud and Market eta.

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