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Decline in Stocks Is Resumed.
Reading and Union Pa cific Drop. NEW YORK, April 18.—The. decline in stocks was resumed at the opening today. Reading and Union Pacific, which lost a point each, sold at the lowest figures of the year. North ern Pacific, Canadian Pacific and Can receded a point or more. Missouri Pacific and Lehigh Valley, yester day’s Weak features, opened frac tionally higher, but later sold, off to below yesterday's close. LOCAL SECURITIES | _ MARKET | Thr bid and atk^d price* appended •re furnished through tlsele A King: STOCKS Bid Asked Con Trae Co of N J. 73% 74% Ellfc Gas Light Co. 300 ... Essex & Hudson Gas Co. 133 136 Cks & Elec Co of Berg- Co 90 Newark Con Gas Co. 95 9« Now Bruns L I! & 1* Co.. 88 90 Pat A Passaic Gas Co. . 90 93 Public Serv Corp ©tfs.... 104 106 Public Service Corn. 118 11“ Pub Ser Gen Mfg 5s 1959 90 90% Rapid Transit St Ry Co. 230 Somerset. U & Mid L Co 73 S .T Gas, Elec A True Co.. 127 130 Hudson County Gas. 130 133 BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. CUy Trust Co. 180 Essex Co Nat Bank. 305 ... Essex Co Trust Co. 290 Federal Trust Co. 225 ... Fidelity Trust Co. 83 » 860 Iron bound Trust Co. 220 Irvington Nat Bank.... 125 Maii-ufers Nat Bank.... 270 ... Merchants’ Nat Bank... 255 ... Mutual Trust Co . 151 Nat Newark H’kiner Co.. 360 ... Nctional State Bank. 215 ... North Ward Nat Bank... 360 ... Newark Trust Co . 160 ••• Union Nat Bank. 350 S6d West Side Trust Co .... 260 2r0 Washington Trust Co.. 170 LIFE AND FIRE "INSURANCE American . 615 525 Colonial . 32n ... Firemen’s . «»} ... Newark . 27. 28? Prudential . 850 900 RAILROADS U N J R R & Canal. 222 225 Morrla A Essex. 160 ... Warren R U Co. 165 N Y Lack A West. 120 12* Lack R K Of N J. 36 BONDS. •Ber Turn Co 1*4 6a 1951 94 •C K1 Co of N J lat 5a '940 95 Con True Co 1st 5s 1933.. 103 ••• Coil L H (i P Co 5s IMS. . 99 «E P AC J It C lat Bb 1950 95 •E R St F Co gen 6a 1954 95 ... •G A E C of B C lat 5a 1 949 99 101 •« A EC Of BC gen Gs 1954 96 97 •Hud Co G Co 1 ttt 5s 1949 10J4s 104 ',3 •J C, H A F S It Co 4s 1919. 77'» 7 8 Is •Mid A B Tr Co 5s I960.. 94 ... •Nwk Con G C con f»K 194S 10;» 10(> •Nwk Gas Co 1st 6s 1 944 122 Nwk P It It oon 5g 1930.. 103 105 •N’w B L II A- F C 4s 1939 80 8144 •N Hud L U A P 5s 1938. 100 •N Hud Co Ry 5b 1928.. 100 •N Hud Co Rv r.a 1924 . .. 96 .. . •N J St Rv Co 1st 4s 1 94H 784'a 7914 •Or A F Vat It let 5.1 1938 94 •Pas Eight Co 1st r.f 1925 95 •Put; r/uhtCo gen 5s 1937 93 ... •PA PGA EC con 5s 1949 99 101 •Plain St It Co 1st Bb 1 922 100 •Rapid T St Ry CO 6s 1921 100 •Son; Eight Co 1st 5s. 1939 101 ... •8 T’ A M 1, Co 4s 1 943. . 77 . . . •S J t t.E A T Co 1st 5s, 1953 98 44 9944 •Tren S R C 1st c 5s 1938 100 ... •Un E C of N J 1st 4s 1949 SI 82 CITY ANI) COUNTY. •Newark 4h 1922. 97 ... •Newark la 1923 . 97 •Kaf'jt County 3.65s 1925 9-' ... •Es.-ex Co Bridge 4a 1941 99 ... •Em • , C Hospital 4s 1944 99 Essex Co Park 4s 1944. ... 99 ... •HliPta, Pressure 3 Ml a, 1935 88 ... •Newark'School 3',is 1935 88 ... •Newark School 3 44s 1955 87 ... Trenton School 4s 1937.. 99 ... RAILROADS. t; N ,1 r A C Is 1929. .. . 96 V N .7 1! tt A C Is 1944. 93 U N .1 It tt A C 344s 1951 85 Morris A- Essex 1st 7s 1914 100 ... Mot* A Essex Cott 7s 1915 102 45 ... M \ 17 Ret 3 Us 2000. 83 81 Warren K It Rel 3'; 2000 75 N Y. L A W 1 si 6s 1921. 108 K Y, L & W r.a 1923. 193 N V. L A 4V 1st T 4b, 1923 94 C ft R of N .1 5s 19X7. . . 113 Am Dock & Imp 5a 1921.. 103 ... N Y A L B 4s 1941. 90 iatitlKh Val Term 5a 19*1 106 ... L V ft R of N Y 445s 1940 99 101 Easton A Am 1st 5s 1920 102 103 Erie 1st Con Gold 7b 1920. 110 112 Erie Prior Lien 4b 1996.. 88 Erie Gen Llnri ts 1996..- 70 72 Erie Pa Coil Trust 4s 1951 87 89 Long Dock Co con 6s 1935 120 ... Midland Ft It 1st 5s 1940 100 N Y. S & W 1st 5s 1937.. 97 N Y, S A W gen Ga 1940.. 76 N Y. G L R K 5s 1946... 100 MISCELLANEOUS. Hack Water 1st Is 1952. 84 It Hob Perry 1st 5s 1946.. 100 ... N .! Zinc Cu 4*t 1926. 93 N Y A- N -I Tel Co Gs 1920 100 N Y A N .1 Per 2d 5s 1946 95 N Y A II Per gen 5s 1 946. 98 Pas Water Co 1st 5s 1937 leO ... Elisabeth AdJ 4s 1922... 96 ... MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS AND BONDS. P ft A 11 Co 1st 5s 1929. .90 Celluloid Co. 128 ISO loscpn Dixon Crucible Co 300 ... Singer Mfg Co. 310 325 New Jersey ZIne Co. 573 ... •Nwk Stor Res 3',4s 1936 88 •And secured Interest. l eases Two Stores in New Washington Street Building The Drew Company, real estate operators, have leased two of the three stores in the new building lo cated at 347-349 Washington street. The building haw a frontage of fifty five feet, and Is modern and up-to date in every way. One of the stores will be occupied by the National Gro cery Company and another by the L. Singer Candy Company The estab lishing of business places in tills sec tion is constant, and the street ta now an important business thorough fare; THE DREW COMPANY as owner of plot 5,001) square feet (with driveway to street) in rear 547 and 310 Washington Street, opposite Hill Street, will entertain proposals to build for and lease to responsible tenant. Ideal location for any business (not requiring street frontage), being in the heart of Newark’s business centre. THE DREW COMPANY oli) Inion Building. 1*Hone OfcUT Market Byrne k McDonnell ilKMMIfiK* ni v > «*TO< U l';\CIUN(<R * A . i O f'l ON K\< HAMiK l-KOUld l XMIANOK » I. ^ N< |M O VJOf.’K AMI |JIIN;i 1 \f I! AM.K i , ti.it HMAUU OI FR.IUK r*;»\.vr wirks • *»,»»« r % 'ntnagcr oad Sit ♦. Newark . . i fclONK UiVu MARKKI i |>M ,\\ NtCXV VORK i-isr 564 UBCTO* • r 1501. . IKLSDELL & CO. • Slocks and Bonds lUaiimiM.**! «.?0CkK ti ppC lU.ilJ’ *■ i: meat i tiROAD STREH'l BUILDING LINE SHOWS DECREASE Drop of $16,904 in Amount of Permits Issued—Total Outlay $120,591. A decrease In the activities of the building line is shown by the drop in the amount of permits issued by the building department during the past week. The decrease amounts to $16, 804. There were forty-eight permits issued during the week calling for an outlay of $120,581. Eighteen of the permits were for new work or alter ations to cost more than $1,000. The largest permit was Issued for the Fifth ward and amounts to $20,000. Tlie permits for $1,000 and over are: SECOND WARD. Clinton avenue and Halsey street, alteration*, brick church; estimated cost, $1,600: owners, Clinton Avenue Reformed C'h urea, THIRD WARD. 211 prince street, alterations, frame and brick store and dwelling: estimated cost, $1,500; owner, (). Greenberg. FIFTH WARD. Southwest corner Market and Adams streets, brick store and dwelling; esti mated cost, $:iO,(HHI; owner, Nicola De Luca. EIGHTH WARD. 210 Bloomtleld avenue, alterations, frame store and dwelling; estimated cost, $4,000; owner, Marais Valentino. 2-4-5 Tiffany boulevard, frame dwelling; estimated cost, $4,000; owner, John Htinomis. 3S0-3B3 Ridge street, frame dwelling; estimated cost, $13,000; owners, trustees Third Presbyterian Congregation. 270-281 Delevan avenue, frame dwelling: estimated cost, $8,000; owner, R. A. Hel ler. NINTH WARD. • 25 Porter avenue, frame dwelling; esti mated cost, $6,000; owner, the Gray Realty Co. 41-43 Shepard avenue, frame dwelling; estimated cost, $4,500; owner, George L. Doric. 37-3B Shepard avenue, frame dwelling; estimated eost, $4,500; owner, George L. Horle. 30 Yates avenue, frame dwelling; esti mated i'ost, $5,000: owner, s. Berner. TENTH WARD. 42 Garden street, brick boiler bouse; estimated eost, $1,500; owners, Knufherr A Co. ELEVENTH WARD. 16 North Tenth street, frame dwelling; estimated cost, $4,800; owner, Marcas L. Ward. TWELFTH WARD. 12-14 Manufacturer's place, frame stor age house; estimated eost, $1,000; owners, Meyer and Natlmti Zetncl. Newark Bay plant, alterations, steel lead rellnery ; estimated cost, $4,000: own ers, Balbueii Smelting Kelliilng Company. Newark Bov plant, steel blast furnace; estimated e.ist, $5.non; -owners, Balbaeh Smelting and Kelliilng Company. SIXTEENTH WARD. 5-7 Baldwin avenue, frame dwelling; estimated eost, $0,500; owner, George E. Jones. 13 Farlev avenue, frame dwelling: esti mated cost, $6,000; owner, George Keller. New York Produce Market Yesterday. BUTTER—Trading In butter was only fair. The market closed easier, without any change in quotations. Quality was better than in March. Receipts continued liberal for tho time of the year. Undergrades were still dragging and process was inac tive. Prices follow: Creamery, ex tras. 2,Vu 2&%c: firsts, 23%@24%c; seconds, 22Q23c; held extras, 23e; firsts, 21<Tr22c; State dairy, llnest, 24% I The American Nationa! Bank < Springfield and :| Belmont Avenues \ ' * / NEWARK, N.J. _ — i f We pay 2% on check | accounts and 4% in our Saving Depart- i ment. We solicit your } business. \ - ;j Resources Over S2,500,000 ! j Trl 1740 Mkt. < ^ Tel. & ,,4H *5 Mkt (UPON II BERMUDA Y BY KXi: K FIO*IO» IS WEST INDIES l>e»lrablff llrrtli!, Rrfifnad In»ni^di»tnl> JOS. M. BYRNE CO. 776 Broad St., Newark, N. J. I I j . ®25c; good to prime, 22024c; process, extras, 2102014c; firsts, 18020*40.; firsts, 18s/19c; ladles, current firsts, 18c; packing stock, current make. No. 2, 15®16c; No. 3, 12®14*4c. EGGS—Receipts were lower than estimated. Trading during the past three days has been heavy, leaving only a small amount for today’s mar ket. The stock carried over into next week will be light. Because of the firmer feling all high grade eggs ad vanced 14c, making tlie outside price for storage packed 20*4c, 14c higher than last week. Large quantities of eggs are going Into the coolers for next winter’s use. Nearby hennery stock is a trifle higher and duck eggs are in little demand and stocks are small. Prices follow: Fresh gath ered, fxtra. 210 2114c; storage packed, firsts, 20020*40; regular packed, firsts, 19®ll)l4c; seconds, ls'401814c; Penn sylvania and nearby hennery whites, large fancy, 22c; hennery browns, 2014021*40; brown and mixed colors, 19®20c;' Baltimore ducks, 24®2nc; Western, 22®24c: Tennessee and other good Southern, 20®;23c. Geese, 40045c. LIVE POULTRY—There were un loaded ten cars of freight stock. The trade was better than the day before. Prices for fowls, 14c higher. Market well cleaned up for the week. Old loosters were slow, with few turkeys in evidence and ducks only in mod erate supply. Quotations are: Fowls, Western, heavy, 1714®'18c; Southern and Southwestern, 17@1714c; old roost ers, 1201214c; turkeys, 20@22e; ducks, 18®21c; geese, 11012c; guinea fowls, pair. 65e; pigeons, pair, 30c. Quotations—Turkeysp. average, lb., 21023c. Broilers, Philadelphia, fancy, 1*4 lbs. each, a lb, 42045c; 2 lbs. each, 350i4Oc. Chickens, Philadel phia, fancy, 240 25c; coarse, 14c. Fowls, Western, boxed, 60 lbs. and over to dozen. 19c; 36 to 42 lbs., 1714® 18c; under 30 lbs., 15016c; In barrels, 6 lbs.. iS*40'19c; fancy, scalded, 18*4®) 19c; Western and Southern, poor, 14® 1 r,!4c. Old roosters, 1414c. Frozen Turkeys, small, Western, selected la ns and toms, 250)26c; Kentucky, 2802314c; Texas, 23c; old hens, 23® 24c; old toms, 22®23c. Broilers, 12 fo box, milk fed, fancy, 18 to 24 lbs., ' 234125c; corn fed, 200 21c. Chickens, I milk fed, 31 to 36 lbs. to dozen, 17® : ISc; corn fed. 15016c, Fowls, West ern, boxed. 60 lbs and over to dozen, 19c; 3!) to 35 lbs., 1501514c; old roos ters, lie. Ducks, Western, 12015c; No. 2, 8®10c. Geese, Western, fancy, 13®14e; No. 2, 9@lle. __.• WEST SIDE TRUST CO. This is an illustration of our new up-to-date Bank Building that we shall shortly occupy at Springfield Avenue and High Street For the time being we are giving our clients complete satisfaction in temporary quarters at 72 SPRINGFIELD AVJBNUE 2%In*C.r~.t TOTAL, RESOURCES ^qLlnirrr-nt n»iio*lta ° * “'*• W.SOO^OO nmnt Orpualta Investment Department Travelers' Checks and * open Monday evenings, 7 to Letters of Credit available A o’clock. all parts of the world. OFFICERS MEYER HUSKY, President FREDERICK W. PAUL, Vlce-Pres. CEO. VV. LENT, Secretary and Treasurer AUGUST UOERTZ. yice-Pres. I'* W. PARISHTTH, Asst, fiec’y and Treas. rHutual Crust Company highland flucnuc and Scotland Street Orange, R. % On Check Accounts of $300.00 or more we pay two per cent. Interest credited monthly. In our Special Time Department we pay four per cent, on any amount. Interest payable qt. irterly. Accounts of Individuals, Corporations, Trust Funds, etc., solicited. Travelers’ Checks and Letters of Credit for sale available everywhere. Union National Bank f I CAPITAL. *1,600,000 2 I SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS *2,300,000 I | DEPOSITS. *12,000,000 I OFFICERS WILLIAM SCHF.ERER - President UZAL H. MoCARTER ..... Vloe-President ARCHIBALD W CONKLIN .... Cashier ERWIN D. FARNSWORTH .... Assistant Cashier WILLIAM C. PEARSON ..... Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS * t'/.nl H. MeCnrter I'rnnlin Conklin .Innejih II, Byrne 1. I*. Snyder Herbert I*, filennon C, \\ . I''ellfenn|tnn Thtimnn N. MeCnrter I:. C. IIhi Charles IV, Vox Horrent H, 1 Irx den Theodore VI. Woolilnnd l.evi WeliiKiirten tiwltfrird Krnejcer Wtlllnni Seheerer Carl .11. I.ehkneeher Archibald IV. Conklin C rxxl ii 11. I'll rn.xx or I h Ironbound Trust Co. Market and Ferry Streets, Newark, N. J. Capital, Surplus and Profits - $445,000 Deposits - $2,700,000 DIRECTORS FRANKLIN CONKLIN. Pres. Flood & Conklin Company RICHARD C. JWNKINSON. R. C. Jonklnson & Co. VV. W. TRIM PI. See’y and Trens. Newark Rivet Works AUGUST MERZ. Heller & Merz Company ALRERT G. SCHERER. Oscar Scherer & Pro. FREDERICK L. EPERHARDT. Pres. * Gen. Mprr. Gould & Eberhardt rHEODORE * MILLER, Pres. John Reilly Co. J. H. B AC HELLER, President. A. V HAMBURG. Pres. Hamburg Hutton Co. CHARLES E. HETZEL. Roofing Materials and Paints ISAAC F. ROE. Pres, and Troas. Roe & Conover JACOB RUM M ELL, President J. Rummell Co. BENEDICT PR1ETII. Manager N. J. Freie Zeltung WALDO C. GENUNG. Treaa. Cook & Genung Co. It. KEISLEIt, JR.. Secretary-Treasurer Interest Paid on Deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent. Small as Well as F,arfje Accounts Gladly Welcomed. I SELF RELIANCE I It is a mark of wisdom to so train your children H that they will be self-reliant—that they letflm to depend upon their own efforts for advancement. In no better II way can this be done than by starting accounts for them with us—thus establishing the habit of regular deposits. g I rV Interest Paid on Deposits of $1 to $1,000 OFFICERS! J| JOHN A. GIFFORD, Freataent ftl HENRY G. ATHA. Vice-President and Treasurer H OSCAR B. MOCK RIDGE, Vice-President II W\ V . RUTTER. Cashier m t THE DIME SAVINGS INSTITUTION 780 BROAD STREET Deposits of Over Two Million Dollars It Pays 4% Interest on Deposits Up to $1,000 It Pays Interest on Deposits Over $1,000 MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE Open Saturday until Noon; Mondays until 8:30 P. >1.; other days. 4 P. M. JAMES I/. HAYS, President. THEODORE J. OKRTH, Treasurer. SAMUEL K. ROBERTSON, V. Pres, JOHN I . CONROY, Vice-President. P. LYNDON BRYCE. Secretary HEALED PROPOSALS OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF STREET AND WATER COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF’ NEW ARK. CITY 11 ALL. Newark, N. J.. April 9, 1914. Sealed proposals will bo received at this office from 3:15 to 3:30 e clock p. m. of Thursday, the twenty-third day of April, i 1914, and opened at tin* last named hour, at a public meeting of the board to be hold at said time and place. F'or the paving of the following street** and highways: NORTH SEVENTH STREET, from Fourth avenue to Third avenue. NORWOOD STREET. fiom South Orange avenue to A binge r place. PALM OTKBET. from Sandfoid avenue to the East Orange line. SOUTH TWELFTH STREET, front South Orange avenue to Central ave nue, the section from Central avenue to Twelfth avenue to be paved on both sides of the atreei railway tracks with the excep tion of eighteen (18) Inches on each side of suld tracks. SOUTH FIFTEENTH STREET. f from South Orange avenue to Sixteenth ave nue. The following is about »he amount of the work to be done, and the materials to be furnished in the construction and comple tion of said work, and upon which bids will be compared: FOR NORTH SEVENTH STREET PAV ING: Three thousand seven hundred <3.700) square yards of bitulithic pavement on u six (u, inch concrete foundation. Twenty-live (25) llneoJ feet of 20 by 5 inch four cut curb, set. In concrete. one thousand six hundred (1,000) lineal feet of old curb, four cut and reset in con crete. Standard prices will be paid for the follow ing: rive (5) noiseless manhole covers. Fifty (50) lineal feet of new header curb, set in concrete. One (1) set of 20 by 5 inch four cut cor ners, set in concrete. One (1) basin with connecting chute com plete. FOR NORWOOD STREET PAVING: Three thousand eight hundred *3,800) eqi'aro yards of bitulithic pavement on a six (t»> inch concrete foundation. Two thousand two hundred and fifty (2,250) lineal feet of 16 by 5 inch four cut acurb, set in concrete. Fifty (50) lineal teet of old curb, four cut and reset in concrete. Standard prices will be paid for the follow ing: F’our (4» noiseless manhole covers. Ono (1) basin with connecting chute com plete. Uhe hundred (100) lineal feet of new header curb, set in concrete. Three (3) sets of 16 by 5 inch four cut corners, sel in concrete. FOR PALM STREET PAVING: Six thousand one nuruired (6,100) square yards of bitulithic pavement on a six (6) inch concrete foundation. Three thousand two hundred (3,500) lineal feet of 16 by 5 inch four cut curb, set In concrete. Two hundred (200) lineal feet, of old curb, four cut and reset in concrete. Standard prices will be paid for the follow ing: Seven (7> noiseless manhole covers. One hundred (100) lineal feet of new header curb, set in concrete. Two (2) sets of 16 by 5 inch four cut cor ners, set in concrete. Two (2) basins with connecting chutes complete. Two hundred (200) lineal feet of twelve (12) inch pipe sewer FOR SOUTH TWELFTH STREET PAV ING: Nine thousand eight hundred (9.800) square yards of bitulithic pavement on a six (6) inch concrete foundation. One thousand seven huvffired (1,700) lineal feet of 20 by 5 inch four cut curb, set in concrete. Twenty-live (25) lineal feet of old four I cut curb, reset in concrete. Standard prices will bo paid for the fol lowing: Four (4) noiseless manhole covers. One hundred (100) lineal feet of new header curb, set in concrete. Five (6) 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 bitulithic pavement on a I six (6) inch concrete foundation. One thousand eight hundred (1,800) lineal * feet of 16 by 6 inch four cut curb, set In I concrete. One thousand eight hundred (1,800) lineal feet of old curb, four cut and-rebel in con crete. Standard prices will be paid for the follow ing: Eight (8) noiseless manhole covers. Fifty (50) lineal feet of new header curb. ] set in concrete. Four (41 sets of 16 by 5 inch four cut cor* | nera. set in concrete. One (1) basin with connecting chutes com- I plete. Bids for the above pavements must in- I cluuo a price bid per square yard per year ! lor maintenance and repair of said pave ment during an additional and second period I of live (5) years and under the guarantee bond by a surety company or a bond with a surety acceptable to the Board of Street and Water Commissioner?, which may he re quired ut the option oi the board at any time before the expiration of the tlrat live years’ guarantee. THE CONTRACT FOR THE WORK ON ! THE ABOVE STREETS. IF AWARDED. SHALL BE AWARDED PROVISIONALLY BY THE BOARD AND SHALL IMPOSE NO , LIABILITY UPON THE CITY UNLESS SUCH AWARD SHALL SUBSEQUENTLY BE FINALLY MADE BY THE BOARD. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENTS OF PROP ERTY BENEFITED ESPECIALLY BY THE PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS IS TO BE MADE AND PUBLIC HEARINGS ON THE I SAME BE HELD. AFTER WHICH THE BOARD MAY OR MAY NOT FINALLY | AW ARD THE CONTRACT IN ACCORD ! ANCE WITH CHAPTER 217 OF THE ! STATE LAWS OF 1SD5. . Bidders nre not to state any price for i materials and work for which the e Is a i fixed amount provided for In the sped flea - i lions j Each proposal must be enclosed in a sealed envelope, properly Indorsed wdth the name of the tddder and of the improvement, and directed to the Board of Street and Water , Comm'ssloners of the City of Newark. Bidders will state their prices in writing i as well as tn figures. Bidders must spvc.fy In their proposals I that, should the above work be awarded to ; them, they will bind themselves to finish and complete the same within the following num ber of consecutive working days: North Seventh Street—Fifty (50) days. Norwood Street—Fifty (60) daya. Palm Street—Sixty (60) days. South Twelfth Street—Eighty (80) daya. South Fifteenth Street—Seventy (70) daya The plans specifications of the work can be examined at the office of the chief 'engineer of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners at the City Hall. Said pro \ poealb to oe accompanied by the consent, in writing, of two sureties, or a surety com ‘ pany qualified to do business in New Jersey, I who shall, at the time of putting in such I proposals, qualify as to their responsibility in the amount of such proposal, and bind themselves that, if the contract bo awarded to the person or persona making the pro posal. they will, upon its being so awarded, becomo his or their eureties for the faithful performance of said work: and that, it the 1 person or persons omit or refuse to execute •uch contract, they will pay to the city of Newark any difteronc* between the sums SEALED PROPOSALS. to which he or they would have been en titled upon completion of tm? contract and that which the city of Newark may be obliged to pay the person or persons by whom eudh contract shall be executed. The Board of Street and Water Commie* ■toners of the city of Newark reserve to i themselves the right to accept or reject any or all proponaJs for the above work, as they mav deem best for the interest of the city. Biddeis and sureties are hereby notified that under tl'O provisions of the seventh sec tion of the law creating the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, apnroved March 28th. 1891, that the bond or bonds to be given for the faithful execution and per formance of said public work. 6hall tirst be approved as to sufficiency, by the board, and an to torm, by the council of the board, and no contract shall bo btnuing on the city, or become effective or operative until such bonl is so approved, and the president of the board shall have power to examine the proposed bondsmen under oath, if he shall so desire, or shall be so Instructed by the board, but the board will not be bound by any statement that may be made by such proposed bondsmen, but shall have full power and absolute discretion In the tvhole matter, and this provision shall be referred to In any advertisement inviting bld» for any such public work. By direction of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the city of Newark. MORRIS R. 8HERRERD. # arr9-12t Chief Engineer. OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK. Newark, N. J. April 7th, 1914. Sealed proposal for furnishing the mate rial and for performing the work required In the erection of a 50 K. W. engine and gen erator set. to be erected in the City Hall, Newark. N. J.. according to plana and speci fications drawn by Charles H. Fay, engineer, will be received by the Committee on Public Buildings of the Common Council of the city of Newark. N. J.. at a meeting to be held In tho City Hall. Newark. N. J.. on Thursday. ; April 23d. 1914. The committee will be In session ( calve fr’szr. 2 U» o.io o clock p. m. Bids will he opened promptly at 8:15 p. m. Proposals properly Indorsed must be pre cepted personally, enclosed In sealed enve lopes. and at no other time and place. Prosposals will be received for the erec tion and completion of tho -entire work. In cluding all the electric work, power piping, concrete and all other work necessary to complete the installation and erection to conform with the plans and speclHcatlons. Said proposals to be accompanied by the consent In writing of two sureties or a surety company authorized to do business in this State, who shall at the time of putting in such proposals qualify as to their responsi bility In the amount of such proposals an<f bind themselves that If the contract be awarded to the person or persona making rne proposal they will, upon Its being so awarded, become his or their sureties for the faithful performance of said work, and that If the person or persons omit or refuse to execute such contract they will pay to the city of Newark any difference between the eum* to which he or they would have been entitled upon completion of the contract, and that which the city of Newark may be obliged to pay the person or persons by whom such contract shall be executed. Bid ders must specify in their proposals the number of days required to finish their work should the above work or works be awarded , to them. All bids must h#» »«'»■*- ?- ’ * ami shed : ;or me purpose, which can be had upon ap- J plication at the offic e of the engineer. | Plans and specifications for the proposed ; engine and generator set may be examined at the office of the engineer. Prudential , building Room 698. Newark, N. J.. by de- | porting ten dollars (J10.00), which amount ; will bo refunded upon tho return of the | plans and HpecUicationa. Tho said Committee on Public Buildings of the Common Council reserve for themselves the right to accept or reject any or all pro posals tor the above work, or to waive any defects therein, as they may deem best for the Interests of I ho city of Newark. By direction of the Committee on Public Buildings of the Common Council of the city of Newark, N. J. JjvinjuB r. CONNELLY, City Clerk. J. FRANCIS HANLON, Chairman Public Building Committee. no8 13t i IT! ADVERTISEMENTS CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE— Newark, N. J., April 1, 1914. To the Honorable Common Council of the I City of Newark. New’ Jersey: feentlemen—In compliance with the Act of ; the Legislature entitled, “A further supple- ; meat of the Act. entitled An Act to amend and revise the Charter of the City of New* ark,’’ approved February 22d, 1800, 1 here with present a statement of the cash trans it lions of the city for the month of March, 1914: receipts. Cash balance Feb- „ mm ruary 28, 1914. $3,789,086 5o Received from Comptroller a s follows: For street im provements $144,369 83 For tax certifi cates to credit of tax bonds... 786 35 For shade trees... 684 98 For In vise sewer connections .... 2,842 63 For rc-demptlon ac count . 8.691 66 For premiums, tern, loans. 108 70 F o r temporary loans . 1,076,000 00 For markets.. 6.184 69 For licenses. 47,841 21 For police. 1,460 25 For tiro depart* ment .. 160 For lire depart ment pension account . 302 00 For District Courts 2,519 01 For .-street repairs. 2,673 92 For public lighting 284 19 For sewers and drainage 090 63 For water rents. . 134,086 74 Fox temporary loan bonds . 309,000 00 For public baths. . 134 83 For poor and alms 12 00 For public build ing committee.. 16 12 For City Ho-ne. . 172 44 For public healtlu 557 75 For City Hospital. 310 39 For repairing side walks . 276 66 For water service. 4,412 70 For water service arrears . 494 03 For printing and stationery . 15 28 For altex’atlon ao- I count. 1,129 50 For repairing as phalt streets.... 1.589 68 For sewer taps.... 770 00 For whurv^a.. 00 00 For City Clerk's fees . 864 73 For playgrounds.. 69^00 For taxes for 1913. from Receiver.. 152,031 11 For arrears of 1912 real estate . 16,803 66 For arrears of tax.es. 1911 real estate . 3.969 33 For arrears of tuxes, prior to 1911 real estate 140 67 For arreai*s of taxes, 1912 per sonal . 1,146 00 For arrears of taxes, 1911 per sonal . 160 18 For arrears of taxes. 1910 per sonal . 15 14 For Interest. various sources. 13,506 88 For contingent, various sources. . 956 16 - 1,936.000 92 $5,725,087 47 DISBURSEMENTS. General warrants..$2,867,862 85 l'ollce warrants.'. 83.930 08 Fire warrants.... 60,106 67 Temporary loans.. 625,000 00 Redemption ac count . 9,518 45 Purchasers’ sur plus (Mirtln act! 407 10 Temporary loan bonds, interest. . 15,376 9C Public baths. 1.662 14 board of Street and Water Com missioners . 202,736 29 City Home. 6,062 80 Hoard of Health, City Hospital... 16,198 96 Board of Health, sanitary depart ment . 16,398 56 Shade Tree Com missioners . 2.932 03 Playground Com missioners .... 4,473 06 - 3.806.715 28 balance March 81, 1914 . 1.918.372 19 $5,726,087 47 Respectfully submitted, ELMER A. DAY. City Treasurer. HOWELL PLACE PAVING. WOODSIDE PLACE PAVING. Assessment for benefits. Notice Is hereby given that an assessment upon all the owners of all the lands and real estate peculiarly benefited by each of the following Improvements, fiamely: The paving of HOWELL PLACE, from West End avenue to Vermont avenue, according to the provisions of an ordinance of the city of Newark entitled “An Ordi nance to provide for the paving of HOWELL PLACE. from West End avenue to Vermont avenue," approved September 19, 1913. The paving of WOODSIDE PLACE. from Arlington avenue to Summer avenue, according to the provisions of an ordinance of the city of Newark entitled “An Ordi nance to provide for the paving of WOODSIDE PLACE, from Arlington avenue to Summer avenue,’* approved May 2, 1918. He* been prepared by the undersigned com missioners. appointed by the Mayor of the city of Newark, and that a report by a certificate in writing, with an accompanying map and schedule, showing the several as sessments against the several owners pecu liarly benefited as aforesaid, has been de posited in the office of the City Clerk of the city of Newark for examination by the purties interested therein. Said assessment comprises all lots, tracts CITY ADVERTISEMENTS and parcels of land and real estate liable to be assessed as aforesaid, lying on both sides of HOWELL PLACE. from West End avenue to Vermont avenue; on both sides of WOODSIDE PLACE. from Arlington avenue to Bummer avenue. A “lot" represents an entire plot of land, whether largo or small. All persons interested in said assessment may bo heard before said commissioners on Thursday afternoon, the twenty-third day of April, 1914, at 2 p. m.. nt the commis sioners’ room, No. 4 (third floor), City Hall. Dated April 17, 1914. WILLIAM DIMOND, JOSEPH HEISLER. ADOLPH HOLZNER. aprl7-Bt \ Commissioners. NOTICE OF INTENTION—Vacation and release of dedication of a portion" of Old Morris and Essex H&llroad avenue. BOARD OF STREET AND WATER COM MISSIONERS. Pursuant to u resolution adopted by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, at a meeting held the ninth day of April, 1914. and approved by the Mayor of the City of Newark on the eleventh day of April, 1914. public notice Is hereby given that It Is the Intention of the Bourd of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, under and by virtue of the provisions of the act entitled “An Act to revise and amend the charter of the City of Newark,'1 approved March eleventh, 1857, and the supplements thereto, and the act creating the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, ap proved March 28th, 1891, and the provisions of the act entitled “An Act to provide for extinguishing the public right arising from dedications <jf streets In cities, towns and boroughs in certain cases.11 approved May 1 1911, and other public laws of the State of New Jersey, by ordinance, to order and cause the vacation and the release and ex tinguishment of the public right arising from the dedication of that portion of OLD MORRIS AND ESSEX RAILROAD AVENUE. located south of the present right of way of the Morris and Essex Division of the Lackawanna Railroad, shown originally on the Caleb Perry map, a copy of which map Is on tile on page 161 of book of private maps In the office of the Chief Engineer and City Surveyor, extending from a property line 104.41 feet west of the westerly line of North Eleventh street (formerly know'n as Gold street), excepting so much of OLD MORRIS AND ESSEX RAILROAD AVENUE as Is Included within the present limits of Gray street and North Eleventh street, as Is shown on a map on file in the office of the Chief Engineer and City Surveyor, Known as No. 1106-V, and that a public hearing will be granted by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners to all parties inter ested In the vacation and release and ex tinguishment of the public rights arising from the dedication or that portion of OLD MORRIS AND ESSEX RAILROAD AVENUE hereinbefore described on Thursday, May 7th, 1914, at 1:30 p. m.. In the meeting room of the Board of Street and Water Com missioners, City Hall, Newark. New Jersey, at which ^ I me and place the said board will consider any and all objections that may be presented against the proposed action. Such persons as may object thereto are requested to present their objections In writing to the clerk of the board, at the office of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners, City Hall, Newark, N. J., on or before the expiration of twenty days from the date of this notice. By direction of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark. M. R. SHERRERD, Chief Engineer. Newark. N. J., April 15. 1914. apr!6-6t OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF EXCISE COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF NEWARK. City Hall, April 17th. 1914. The following la the Hat of the name?, residences and places of business of appli cants for licenses, contained In all applica tions or petitions made to this board for the granting of licenses to sell spirituous, vinous, inalt or brewed liquors, and not heretofore published according to law, to wit: Name. Place of Business. Residence. RETAIL—RENEWALS. Tobia Rizzolo, 182 Orange st.... Same place Felix Biehle, 444 15th uv.Same place Benjamin Farber, 6 N. J. R. R. av.... Same place Charles A. Dunlap, 654-728 South Or ange av.Same place Bartle Ringwood. 513 Bergen st. .Same place Luigi Oltolino, 291-293 15th av. . Same John Schosso, 97 Academy st.... Same placo I Walter E. Baker, 345-861 Bloomfield av. Same place Stephen M. Pierson, 301-303 Plane st. . Same place George S. Valentine, 811 15th av.Same place Nikolas Mlskowitz. 667 Ferry st. .Same place Samuel Marder, 486 12th av. . . .Same place Joseph Gtrenberg, 64 Camden st.Same placo Ferdinand Ilarberger, 18 Beaver st. . Same place Herman Werner, 361 South 9th st. Same place Mrs. Fllomina Gerardi, 62 Ferry st. . Same place, Mrs. Annie Demetira, 156 Warren st.. Same place Angelo Belli no, 34 Cutler st.... Same place Anthony Wllklch, 126 Jackson st.Same place Charles Reihing, 834 Broad st.. Same place Michael Karukshtis, 163 Ferry st.Same place , Michael Fitzsimmons, 124 Bowery st.. Same place Mrs. Nora King, 406 Market st.Same placo ; Harry L. McGill, 26 Liberty st. .Same place j Samuel Wunderman, 336 Bloomfield av. Same place Michael J. O'Toole, 71 Ferry st. .Same place Pasquale Pariso, 128 South Canal st.. Same place Anthony G. Kroehl, Jr., 353 Market st. . Same place Albert Hochhelser, 217-219 Frellnghuy sen av.Same place Joseph Geiger, 128 Avon av. .. .Same place William Naue, 451 Broad at.... Same place Joseph Maggl. 47 Paterson st. .Same place Paul Marutzky, 97 16th av.Same place Nathan Simmon*. 266 14th av. .Same place Victor Creehowskl, 38 Adams st.Same place Jacob Klausner, 158 Bleecker at.Same place Michael C. Clark, 47 Green st. .Same place Edward Dixon. 566 Springfield avS.ame place BEER BOTTLER—RENEWAL. Gottfried Krueger Brewing Co., 67-59 Belmont av.Same place RETAIL—TRANSFERS. George Hudak, from 103 14th av. to 130 Ttchenor st.65 Tlchenor st. Michael Amsterdam, from 209 Charlton st. to 4G8 Springfield av.,72 Waverly av. RICHARD MILLER, President. JAMES F. CONNELLY, City Clerk. PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the following ordinance has been passed by the Board of Street and Water Commission ers and approved by the Mayor of the City of Newark and pursuant to Chapter 36 of the State I-aws of 1909 is herewith pub lished by title: An ordinance to provide for the vacation of OLD NINTH AVENUE, from Hawthorne avenue to a property line about 156 feet north of Runyon street, ex cept such portions of OLD NINTH AVENUE included within the present limits of Til linghast street and Runyon street. Approved April 16. 1914. C. F. KRAEMER, President of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. A. L. SWAIN, Acting Clerk of the Board. Approved April 17. 1914. JACOB HAUSSLING. •I»rl8-5t Mayor. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the following proposed ordinances passed a second reading and were ordered to u third and Anal reading at a meeting of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners held I April 16th. 1914: An ordinance to provide for the changing of the width of the sidewalks on KENSINGTON PLACE. An ordinance lo provide for the changing of the width of the sidewalks on FOUNTAIN PLACE. C. F. KRAEMER, President of the Board' of Street and Water Commissioners. A. L. SWAIN, aprl7-5t Acting Clerk of the Board. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the following ordinance has been passed by the Board of Street and Water Commis sioners and approved by the Mayor of the city of Newark and, pursuant to Chapter 36 of the State Laws of 1909, is herewith pub lished by title: An onlinance to provide for the paving of SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET, from Avon avenue to Woodland avenue, with brick pavement on a six Inch concrete foundation. Adopted April 16, 1914. C. F. KRAEMER. President of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. A. L. SWAIN, • Acting Clerk of the Board. Approved April 17. 1914. JACOB HAUSSLING. aprl8-5t Mayor. -—-—----* PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that the following proposed ordinances pussed a •econd reading and were ordered to a third and linal reading at a meeting of the Board o’ Street and Water Commissioners held tpril 16th, 1914: An ordinance to provide fcrr the vacation of MAPLE AVENUE. from the northerly right of way of the Mont clair brancn of the I^ckawanna Railroad, to the south side of Springdale avenue. An ordinance to provide for the vacation 4' BARNETT STREET. Dr tween Roseville avenue am the northerly right of way line of the Montcla*'- branch of the Lackawanna Railroad. ^ „ C. F. KRABiuFR, President of the Board of Street and W*ter Commissioners. A. L. SWAIN, arr!7-6t Acting Clerk of the Board. PUBLIC NOTICE 1b hereby given that the following proposed ordinances passed a second reading and were ordered to a third and final reading at a meeting of the Board o# Street and Water Commissioners, held April 16th. 1914: An ordinance to provide for the paving of BERLIN STREET. from Hamburg place to 8t. Charles street, with oblong granite block pavement, on & six f6) inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of LOCK STREET. troro Central avenue to Warren street, with CIXI iDVBRIIlKMENT* oblong granite block pavement on a «lx (*> Inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of MANUFACTURER'S PleAcU from Ferry street to the Pennsylvania Rail road, with oblong granite block pavement on a six (6) inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving or HELEN PLACE, from Sandford avenuo to Richelieu terraca, with two (2) inch asphalt block pavement, on u six (6) inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of FINLAY Pi^ACB. from Sandford avenue to the city line with two (2) inch asplialt block pavement eh * six (6) inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of KENMOUE AVENUE, from Sandford avenue to the city line, with two (2) Inch asphalt block pavement on a six (6) Inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of BERGEN STREET. from Renner avenue to Lyons avenue, with oblong granite block pavement on a six (6) inch concrete foundation, on both skies of the street railway tracks with the exception of eighteen 118 > inches on each side of said tracks. An ordinance to provide for the paving of SOUTH EIGHTEENTH STREET, from South Orange avenue to the East Or ange line, with 2%-tnch asphalt block pave ment, on a six (6) inch concrete foundation. An ordinance to provide for the paving of MAGAZINE STREET, from Frankfort street to Avenue L, with oblong granite block pavement on a six <6> Inch concrete foundation, on both sides of the street railway tracks with the exception of one (1> foot on each side of said tracks An ordinance to provide for the repaving of ORANGE STREET. from Broad street to High street, with ob- , long granite block pavement on a six (6) inch concrete foundation, on both sides of the street railway tracks with the exception of one fl) toot on both sides of said tracks. An ordinance to provide for the paving of OOTTHARDT STREET, from Elm road to Hamburg place, with ob long granite block pavement on a six <«1 Inch concrete foundation. C. F. KRAEMER, President of the Board of Street and Watar Commissioners. A. L. SWAIfc, apr!7-Gt Acting Clerk of the Board. LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all whom these presents may come. Greeting; Whereas It appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the pro ceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of all the stock holders, deposited In my office, that William Mungle & Sons Co., a corporation of thl* State, whose principal office l* situated at No. 75 Belffcville avenue, In the City of Newark, County of Essex, State of New Jersey (William Mungle being the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process may be served), lias complied with the requirements of "An act concerning cor porations (Revision of 1896)." preliminary to the issuing of this Certificate of Dissolu tion. Now, therefore, I, David B. Crater, Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the said corporation <3ML on the‘second day of February, 1914. file ?.i my office a duly executed and attested con sent In writing to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by all the stockholder* thereof, which said consent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file in my said office as provided by law. In testimony whereof, I liave hereto set my hand and affixed [Seal] my official seal, at Trenton, tht* second day of February, A. t>. one thousand nine hundred and fourteen. DAVID S. CRATER, Secretary of State. STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF FILING OF CONSENT BY STOCKHOLDERS TO DISSO LUTION. To oil to whom these presents may coma. Greeting: Whereas, It appears to my satisfaction by duly authenticated record of the proceeding* for the voluntary dissolution thereof de posited in my office, that the Beni is Car Truck Company, a corporation of this State-, whose principal office is situated at No. 760 Broad street, In the City of Newark, County of Essex. State of New Jersey (Joseph I>. Gallagher being the agent therein and In charge thereof upon whom process may be served), has compiled with the requirements of "An Act concerning corporations (Re vision of 1x96)," preliminary to the Issuing of this certificate that such consent has been flleit; Now therefore, I. David S. Crater. Secre tory of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the said corporation did, on the sixteenth day of April, 1914, file In my office a duly executed and attested con sent In writing to the dissolution of *aid corporation, executed by more than two thirds in interest of the stockholders thereof, which said certificate and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file In my eald office, as provided by law’. In testimony whereof, I have hereto set my hand and affixed my [L. S.J official seal, at Tivntqr. this six teenth day of April. A. D. on* thousand nine hundred and four teen. DAVID S. CRATER, Secretary of State, DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY. In the matter of Ralph W. Shaffer, bank rupt. In bankruptcy. To the creditors of Ralph W. Shaffer, of tho City of Newark, In the County of Es&ex In said district: Notice is hereby given that on the flrat day of April, A. D. 1914, the said Ralph W. Shaffer was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and that a first meeting of his creditors will be held at the Bankruptcy Court Room, Essex Building, 31 Clinton street, In the City of Newark, In said county, on the fifth day of May, 1914, at 10:30 o’clock In the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may at tond and prove their claims, appoint a true* tee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may come before eaid meeting. Said proofs of claim must comply with Section 57 of tho Bankruptcy Law, and Rule 21 of the General Orders of the United States Supreme Court, and must be properly ln dcrsed in this matter. Dated April 17, 1914. EDWIN G. ADAMS. Referee In Bankruptcy. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY. In the matter of Payne Brothers, Inc., bank rupt. In bankruptcy. To the creditors of Payne Brothers, Inc., of the City of Newark, in tho County of Ks**x In said district: Notice is hereby given that on the eighth day of April. A. D. 1914. the said Payne Brothers, Inc., was duly adjudged a bank rupt and that a first meeting of its creditors will be held at the Bankruptcy Court Room. Essex Building. 31 Clinton street, in tho City of Newark. In said county, on the fifth day of May. 1914, at 10:30 o’clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend and prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt and trans act such other business as may come before said meeting. Said proofs of claim must comply with Section 57 of the Bankruptcy Law. and Rule 21 of the General Orders of the United States Supreme Court, and must be properly In dorsed in this matter. Dated April 17, 1914. EDWTN G. ADAMS. Referee in Bankruptcy. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY. In the matter of Barney Katchen, bankrupt. In bankruptcy. To the creditors of Barney Katchen, of the City of Newark, in the County of E&vex in said district: Notice is hereby given that on the twentieth day of March, A. D. 1514. tin? Barney Katchen was duly adjudged a bank rupt and that a first meeting of hfa credi tors will be held at the Bankruptcy Court Room, Essex Building. 31 Clinton street, in the City of Newark, In said county on the seventh day of May, 1914, at 10:30 o’clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend and prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bank rupt and transact such other business as may come before said meeting. Said proofs of claim must comply wtth Section 57 of the Bankruptcy Law, and Rule 21 of the General Orders of the United State* Supreme Court, and must be properly In dorsed In this matter. * J Dated April 17, 1914. EDWIN G. ADAMS. ___Referee in Bankruptcy. ESSEX COUNTY ORPHANS* COURT_In LcMlV "Notice “of t£lV'"‘rnment °f P™nk By virtue of an order made by the honorable, Harry- V. Osborne, judge of the Essex County Orphans' Court, on the elx? tnuolrL i a-v. April, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen, I, ns assignee of tho Insolvent a estate of Frank Leslie, will «i? tr,P?o lLSkie o'" bYlk or h>’ parcels. *ub! Je t to the confirmation of the Court at 30 Main street, In the City of Bast Orange flT o'16”6?1 on Tuesday, the nvtnty day of April next, at 2 p. m". all slstlng of "mahogany* offlee^fu" nltmns*and "fix! tUDStedd”kprnCU.r8i9‘ir’TU,r' C°UCh' MC ARTHUR HARRIS, William L. Brunyate, Troctor.A"‘"gne'>' NOTICES NOTICEToFyAsSlGNM^^' * Notice la hereby given that Frank I ihS. C.lty ,of Ea« .Orange, Countyof and State of New Jersey, has on the day of April, one thoueand nine hundred^n i fourteen, made a general asslenlS.t. * Arthur Harris, the subscriber rt'Jff iLta real and personal, for the eaual her.e5._i hts creditor*; that the buetneea of Leslie was that of a bu|da« id,2 offices at 809 Main strott. Eaot OranVe New Jersey, and that the credlTor* J? ,he I' rank Leslie must exhibit their «... ,S?.‘1 claims under oath or affi^a lon £ subscriber, at his office No *<u 1 w tha Building, 31 Clinton street Newark N«*w Jersey, within three months from S'e alZ of the general assignment or the Jm« «ld aersrtatefr°m UOmlnB ,n for a dlvCnd ^ aprll,l8,26.my2 ARTHUR HARRI*