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UTTLE HEADWAY Drastic Action Threatened by Caldwell Mayor in Regard to Bomb Explosion. Vhe investigation into the cause of /he bomb explosion which occurred during the display of fireworks at the Fourth of July celebration at Caldwell was again postponed last night, as a representative of the In ternational Fireworks Company, who was expected, failed to appear. John v Btr&zza, of Bloomfield, the contrac tor who had charge of the fireworks, was on hand. He explained that he knewr nothing • About the construction of the bombs which were used at the celebration. He said a representative of the fire works company was to have met him last night. Mayor John Espy, w’ho was pres ent at the meeting, suggested that ,matter be left in the hands of a committee from the Borough Coun cil. The mayor was authorized to appoint the committee. Mayor Es py informed Strazza that if he did not produce a representative of the firew'orks company soon drastic meas ures would be taken. , A meeting of the relief fund com mittee was also held last night, tt was decided to make a canvas of the municipalities of western Essex to bring the fund up to $1,000. At pres ent the fund amounts to about $200. Thf committee will send out notices to the residents of the borough. Ail subscriptions will be received by the tre&suTer, Stephen J. Speer. It ^tas also proposed by the com mittee to get in touch with those who are known to have witnessed the celebration and ask them per sonally for donations. SOUTH ORANGE Clinton E. Weston and family, of 501 Garfield place, left today to spend the summer at Cleverdale, Lake George, N Y. The ornamentation committee of the Village Improvement Society, of which Miss Mary E. Baldwin is .chairman, has completed the work of having vacant lots in Grove road, Irving avenue and Turrell avenue Cleary* of rubbish. Dr. Henry A. Pulsford and son. All ston Pulsford, of 139 South Orange avenue, have returned after a stay at Seabright. Osborne-Speir, son of Village Presi dent and Mrs. P'rancis Speir. of Ridgewood road, is spending his vacation at Camp Awasting. Minna waska, N. Y. Rev. P'. Creswiclt Todd, rector of fit. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Cen tre street, will sail next week for a trip to Europe. J. Wilbur Spencer, jr.. of Taylor place, will leave next week for a trip abroad. , George H. Miles and Robert M. Miles, of South Orange, are members of the committee arranging for a tennis tournament, to be held at Spring Lake. under the auspices of the. United States Lawn Tennis As sociation. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gillespie nnd family, of Ridgewood road, will leave soon for their summer home In the Thousand Islands. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Jewett, rf Charlton avenue, have been, visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Marston B. Met calf at thbtr summer-home at Watch Hill, R. I. Mr. and Mrs. Johtl J Boyd, of Rynda road, are home after a stay at Mamaroneck. N. Y. Mrs. G. It. P’lichtner. of Montrose avenue, will spend the remainder of the month at Ipswich. Mass Miss SMary E. Baldwin, of 30 pros pect strbet. has returned after a stay ed a w^ek at Briarcllff. Weschester county. N. Y. Miss Julia Schneider, of 30 Pros pect street, will be the guest of Dr. end Mrs. George Blumer. at Pine Orchard Beach, Conn., during the next two weeks SPRINGFIELD The water connection for the benefit nr fhe school gardens will be Installed free of charge by the Short Hills Water Company, according to a notice received' by the Board of Education from E. G. Layng, who is treasurer of the company. Stewart Hartshorn, who is president of the water com pany, is ihe owner of the land where the gardens are located, and donated the use of the land. Miss Marion Cuibert, of Profit ave nue, is spending her vacation in Long Island. Dr. and Mrs. Watson B. Morrsi. of Morris avenue, have returned from an auto trip to Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew' Wilson, of Flemer avenue, have returned from a visit to Mrs. Wilson’s mother, Mrs. Margaret Morrison, of Ocean Grove. Mrs. D. W. Crane, of Jersey City, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. WilPam K<Meh, of the Battle Hill seet'on. The Misses Daisy and Jessie Bohl, Jif Morris avenue, attended the Ep , worth League conference at Drew Seminary, Madison. IT-:-7 Actor Who Appears With Arvine Players in Orange 4. 4. Flanagan. “Bought and Paid For” Comes to Bijou Theatre William A. Brady’s production of George Broad hurst's “Bought and Paid For,” which is the biggest sen sation of our time and the reigning success of two continents, makes its appearance at the Bijou Theatre, Or ange, all next week. The play con cerns a telephone girl, who marries a millionaire whom she does not real ly love. She respects him; incidental ly her marrying makes things easier for her sister and brother-in-law and their baby. The respect is soon shat tered when the wife discovers that iici nuBijanu h. urunaara. unaer these conditions he is an unspeakable brute, and the extent of his brutality is very clearly and disagreeably shown in the second act. when he re turns home in a maudlin condition, and resenting his wife's repugnance for him. in that condition.,boasts that she is his, bought and paid for. Then he breaks down the door of the room in which she has locked her self. In the third act she begs him to reform and threatens to leave him I unless he promises to do so. He re- j fuses, and the wife, handing back the I jewels and the wedding ring, starts out in the cold world. The last act show's her living in humble circumstances with her equally reduced sister and brother- j in-law. She is only a poor shop girl now', working for $7 a week, and hanging on a strap in the subway , twice daily. The brother-in-law con ceives an idea to bring them together. He succeeds. They really love each other, and all is forgiven. Charles Richman, of West Orange, originated the role of the millionaire lover in the X«*w York production. MILLBURN Next week is to be “clean-up week.”' Notices have been posted throughout the township by the Board of Health, requesting the householders to get rid of all refuse- It will be collected by the township scavenger. The work will be concluded under the super vision of Township Physician Wel lington Campbell and Health Inspec | tor Felix Magee. I The Morris County Traction Corh tpany intend? to abandon soon the j carbarns situated in Millburn. The I new barns will be located at Chat ! ham. This is necessitated by the purr chase of ten new street cars, which are too large for the local barns- The new barns will be built upon the property owned by the company along the Passaic river. The new cars will arrive August 1. The change also means .hat the offices of the dis patcher and superintendent will be transferred from Millburn to Chat ham. At the Canoe Brook Country Club n “birdee” contest is scheduled for today. Julius Wittkop. president and treas urer of the Millburn Motor Car Com pany, h«s‘left on an auto trip. He will go to Buffalo and from there to Detroit. Miss Magdalene Jeffrey, the local district nurse, sailed today on the steamship Cameronia for Hisishire, Scotland, for a ten weeks’ visit to her parents. She was accompanied by her niefee, Eva Jeffrey, of New York. Mrs. William W. Renwick. of Old Short Hills road, and John J. Carty and family, of Knollwood road, Short Hills, are at Pemaquld, Me., for the remainder of the summer. Frederick C. Harriman and family, of Short Hills Park, have gone to Huntington, Long Island, for the re mainder of the summer. They were accompanied by Mrs. Harriman’s mother, Mrs. Roswell Hitchcock. Mrs. Frank H. Condit, of Fort Thomas, Ky„ is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Leek, of Hill side avenue. West Orange. Her hus band, Rev. Frank H. Condit, will join her in August. It’s Health That Counts It is the duty of every body to keep healthy, but this is impossible if the Stomach is weak, Liver lazy and Bowels constipated. An impaired digestion soon affects the other functions of the body and to remedy this condi tion you should try HOSTETTER’S STOMACH BITTERS It assists digestion, keeps the liver active and is a real safeguard against Poor Appetite, Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Head ache, Constipation, Bil iousness and Malaria. To Protect Health Insist on Hostetter’s In Suburban Churches IN THK ORANGES Rev. Robert H. Beattie, of Austin, III., will preach In the morning at 11 o’clock a- the Munn Avenue Presbyterian Church, Main street ami Munn avenue. East Or ange. tomorrow. There will be no eve ning service. Rev. H. 1, Bowiby Will preach at II a. in. tomorrow at Elmwood Presby terian Church, East Orange. There will be no evening service. At All Saints' Episcopal Church, Or ange. tomorrow, services will be ns fol lows: 7:30 a. m„ holy communion In chapel: 10:30 a. m., morning prayer In church: 11 a m., holy euehnrlst and ser nion by Rev. Frank H. Hnllock, canon of the Pro-Cathedral. Newark 7:30 p. m., evening prayer In church. At Methodist Episcopal Church. Or ange. services tomorrow will be: Morn ing-Pastor, Rev. Br. Stephhn Joseph Herben, will preach on “The nivitie Friendship.'' Evening: Ur. Herben will preach on “Strong Men Needed." with comments on Maltbie IJ. Babcock's poem, “Be Strong, We Are Not Here to Play.' At Christ Episcopal Church, East Or ange, services villi be: S n. m., holy communion; 11 s. m„ morning prayer and sermon. Both services will be in charge of Rev, E. Ashley Gerhard, At First Church of Christ. Cleveland street. Orange, the subject of the les son sermon at the morning service will he “Life." Yhe evening service will he omitted* At Grace Episcopal Church, orange, tomorrow. Rev. Robert E. Roe, of Ketchi kan, Alaska, acting rector, will preach. Morning: "The Gold of the Country." Evening: “Alaskan Impressions.'' Or gan recital. 7:30 p. in. The sermon topic or ltev. or. .loon r. Patterson.'pastor of Central Presbyterian Church. Orange, tomorrow will be "Sup plies for the Journey.” There will be no everting service. Sermon tonics of ftev. G. C. Loos, of Trinity Lutheran Chgrcb. Grove street. Fast Orange, tomorrow, will 1st: Morn lug 'Working Together for God." Fve nlng. "Avoiding the Very Appearance of Evil." At the First M. E. Church. West Or ange, tomorrow morning Rev. Karl K. Qolnby, pastor, will preach upon the topic "Wordllness." The congregation will Join the members of the Washing ton Street Presbyterian Chapel In the latter edifice in the evening when Itev. Mr. Qulnby will discuss "Life's High way." At the chapel of the Incarnation. Fast Orange, tomorrow' the sermon topic will be: 11 n. in.. "The Question of Miracles:” 7:45 p. 111.. "The Man Who Old Things." WESTERN ESSEX Rev. Nelson B. Chester, pastor of the] First Presbyterian Church of Caldwell, i will preach tomorrow morning on "The • Master’s Legacy.” The vesper service at I 7 o'clock will be omitted and the con grcgatlon will unite with the North Cald- * well Chapel »» 8 o'clock. Carriages will ] meet those who wish to go at 7 o’clock at the Presbyterian Cliurch. Sunday j school services will be held at 9.30 o'clock. At the Caldwell M. E. Church tomorrow morning. Rev. Enoch Meachnin will preach on "The Fourth Commandment.” His topic for the evening will be “Aj Bright Cheery Service.” Mr. Meachaqu will conduct services at the Essex count# penitentiary at *J o’clock. Union services will again be held i/i the Verona Presbyterian Church tomoi - row morning with preaching by Ufv. Chester J. Hoyt, pastor of the Verofuu Methodist Episcopal Church. The w*r vices in the evening will be held in 'the Methodist clnireh. Speciil music will be rendered by a male quartet. Alfred Winn will preach. At the Cedar Grove Congregational Church tomorrow morning Sunday school will be held at 10 o’clock under the leadership of Miss Alice Wettyen. Rev. George l>. McCulloch will preach on ‘‘The Former Things Are Passed Away.”' Vocal solos will be rendered by M. B. 'Foster. Mrs. Robert Chesney and the ebfdr will render "O for a Closer Walk With God.” At the evening service the topic will be "Reciprocity in Life.” NUTL.KY Sunday school tomorrow morning ut Vincent Methodist Episcopal Cb.urch will be at 9:45 o'clock. The men’s tfible class will be In charge of John It. Beachler and J. T. Yarrow wil. loud the young men’s Bible class. At the morning ser vice the pastor, Rev. (’. H. Bowers, will have for his subject •‘Right Thinking." The* Epworth League* will meet in the* evening at 7 o’clock under tt.e leadership of Miss Ray Raglesdn and Mrs. Joseph Romlein. The topic of the meeting will | be "Songbursts of Spirit. Women." At the : evening service at 7:45, H#*t. George 1*. I Dougherty, pastor of St. Paul’s M. E. Church, Newark, will preach. His topic will be "What Think Ye of Christ?" Midweek prayer meeting will be held on Wednesday evening at 8:'i5 o’clock. Rev. Milton Stauffer, pastor, will occupy the pulpit at both servicer*: In the Frank j lilt Reformed Church. The subject at j the regular morning service at 10 o’clock i will be "Lord. 11 Is I.” *Tbe evening ser vice will be at 7:45 o’clock. The young] people's meetings have b£pn diacontiu- ] uctf until September. Sunday school will be held at 10 o’clock ( tomorrow’ morning In St. Paul’s Congre- i gatlonal Church. The p.tstor, Rev. Henry , J. Condit. will occupy the pulpit at the morning service. The^e will be no eve ning service. Masses tomorrow morning at St. Mury’n R. C, Church will be at 7. 8. 9 and 10:?.0 o’clock, the last being h high mass. The Rosarian Society will meet In the after noon at 5 o’clock. The Christian Science Society will hold l services tomorrow at 11 o'clock at the Woman's Club, Chestnut street. The sub ject of the lesson sermon will be "Sacra ment." Golden text: 1, Peter 1:22. “See ing ye have purified your souls in -obey ing the truth through the spirit unto unfeigned love of the brethern.^uec .that ye love one another with a nure heart ; fervently." Sunday school will be held ! at 10 o’clock. On Wednesday evening at) [8:15 a testimonial meeting will be held.i W EST HUDSON At the Knox Presbyterian Church.J j Kearny, tomorrow the pastor. Rev. Rob * erf T. Graham, will occupy tl»e pulpit at both .services. In the morning the sub-: ject will be “The Charm of the Future j i Life.” Evening "The Abundant Life." i Rev. I)r. Robert Aylsworth. pastor of1 I the First M. E. Church, Arlington, will i ' exchange pulpits with Rev. Dr. W. .S. , I McCownn. pastor of the Grace M. R. j I Church, Arlington, tomorrow morning. , In the eveuing at the Grace M. E. Church, the pastor. Rev. McCownn, will preach. I ; His topie will he "Message of the Roin l bow.” i Rev. .lohu Lennon, of Bloomfield, can b white for the Methodist Protestant min ! istry, will preach before the examina tion board and the congregation in the Beulah M. IV Church. Kearny, tomorrow mwrniug. In the evening the third sermon*; j of the series. “The Greatest Need of the* Church," will he preached by the pastor,,! Rev. J. Robert C. Clark. Rev. William Coombe will conduct flier In ion services nt the First Presbyterians Church, Arlington, tomorrow. The ser mon theme in the morning will be “The Pure in Heart." Evening. “Filling thw Days With Good Works.’ ! Rev. W. JS. MeC’owon will occupy the j pulpit in the First M. E. Church. Arling ton, tomorrow morning. In the evening i the past«»r. Rev. Robert Aylsworth. will | preneb the second of a series on "Life’s i Voyage.” MONTCLAIR Union services of the Central Presby terian, First Methodist, FlrRt Baptist, First Congregational Churches and the Y M. C. A. will be held in the old First Piesbyterlan Church at 7:3Qr p. m. The j pteacber will be Rev. Dr. W. H. Boyle. J oi Detroit, Mich. ’1 lie services will open with nil organ recital by William H. Gage, organist of First Methodist Church. Union services of the First Baptist and the First Congregational Churches will be held In the morning at 10:30 o'clock ii: the First Baptist Church and the scr vices will be conducted by Rev. Dr. How ard Lee Jones, of the First Baptist Church, Charleston. S. C. "God and Caesar" will be the subject qf Rev. Dr. Putnam Cady in Upper Mont clair Presbyterian Church at the morn ing service. Evening services have been discontinued for the summer. "Life” will be the subject of the les son sermon by First Reader Edward II. Holmes in the First Church of Christ, Scientist. millburn The services at the First Baptist Church will be held ns usual tomorrow, the dam age by lightning yesterday not being sufficient to interfere. The usual open air service will also be held. All of the services will be in charge of the pastor, Rev. Carey b- Thomas. The regular morning service will be held tomorrow In the First Presbyterian Church of Wyoming. The service will be in cbnrgt1 of the pastor. Bev. G. T. Eddy. No evening service will be held. SPRING FIELD At the Presbyterian Church tomorrow morning the pastor. Bev. G. A. Liggett, will preach on "The Voice of God.” There will be no evening service. Mon I day Rev. Mr. Liggett will leave for hia I vacation at Ills summer home at Alton, New York. He will be gone until bep tember. The services during his absence will be In charge of Hev. William Hop paugh. Tlo-re frill be BO services at the church the last two Sundays in August. At the Methodist Church tomorrow morning the pastor, Hev. T. Stuart Moly neux will preach on “Peace. Where Found and How Realized,” and in the eveuiug on “Worry, What of it 7}’ BLOOMFIELD I'nion services will be held by the First Presbyterian and Westminster Presby terian ‘'htirchcs of Bloomfield for the next seven weeks. In the First Cbureb July 10 ami 2d Rev. George L. Curtis will have charge and on August 2 Hev. Henry W. Pailantino will conduct the servi<*es. At Westminster Church on August 16, Hev. Frank J. Goodwin will officiate; August 23. Rev. Nelsou B. Chester: August 30, Rev. Mliton T. Stauffer; September 6, Rev. William T Wilcox. Hev. T. R. Bartow, rector of St. Mai thaw's Church, Homestead, Pa., will have charge of the services in the Church of the Ascension, Bloomfield, during the month of August. IRVINGTON Hev. Herbert W. Hopkins, rector of Trinity Kplscoprl Church, will preach Sunday morning: on the subject “An Event in the Life of Abraham." In the evening the rei^lor will deliver the third address In a series of talks on “The Re llgious Significance of Great Pictures." 1 Rev. Edmund Gearhart, or Newark, win preach at both services Sunday In thr First Christian Church in the absence of the pastor. Rev. Dr. WilUam H. Hnlner. Rev. Friob McCllnchie, pastor of the First Reformed Church, will preach in the , church Sunday at if a. in. and in the j Florence Avenue Chapel at 7:45 p. in. Rev. Charley F. Stanley will preach In ; the Sunshine Gospel Tent. Fortieth street. ] Sunday morning and evening. His eve ; nng subject wll be a dramatzed por- 1 tnaval of the “Courtship of Rebecca. ’ Rev. J. F. Rindenberger, pastor of the Hilton Christian Church, will preach! Sunday morning on the subject “In the/ Spirit of the Lord’s Day.” A special musical service, using hymns by Fannie Croshv, rwlll take place In the evenlnr.. The pastor will speak of the life of the hymn writer. NUTLEY Mrs. Eva Kierstead and daughter, Miss Vera Kierstead. of Hillside /a jiue. a^-e at St. Andrews. New Bruns wick. Canada, for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Young. otfjDaily stiexjt. are entertaining Miss Ruth Blainchard, of Chicago. Commissioner and Mrs. Henry T. LeJYerts, Miss Myrtle Leffcrts and Stanley Crosedale are at B'lock I» land. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ayeyj. or &yi vun place, are home from »a stay at Freeport, N. T. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blunt and /Miss Ruth Hallidy. of K'.llslde ave nue. left today foi a two -weeks’ stay at Belmar. Tax Collector A. H Van Riper, of Church street, is spending the week end at Block Island. Miss Florence Eecles. of Franklin avenue, left today for Panama. Dr. F. J. Farrington, of Franklin avenue, is attending the convention of the New Jersey Dental Society at Asbury Park. About eighteen young friends were present yesterday afternoon at a birthday party in honor of Miss Agnes Jameson at her parents' home in Kingsland street. Mrs. Nicholas A. Keener, »n mRn street, went to Washington. D. C., to day, where she will join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. John McGrue. of Cen tre street^are on a two months tour through the West. Miss Ida Moore, of Prospect street. Is at South Beach, where she is a guest of Mrs. Borge be Moissin. Mrs. William F. Dabney, of Durant place, is spending a month at Asbury Park. Fairley Dabney and Miss i Emory Dabney are at Jiixondale, Va„ for the summer. I Miss Frances Slattery, oi the l Bronx, is spending the summer with | her aunt. Airs. AVilliam Scheureman, I of Centre street. Alilton Ayers, of Sylvan place, is spending the week end at Far Rock away. Mr. and Airs. Amzi Powelson. of Franklin avenue, are entertaining their granddaughter. Miss Genevieve Thurston, of Paterson. Alias Katherine Crowley, of Passaic avenue, is spending the week-end with friends in Montclair. Harold St. John, of Prospect street, is spending two weeks in Racine, Wis.. where he is a guest of A. .1. Horlick. Miss Louise Van Wagenen. of Ten nis place. 1b visiting relatives in Rome, N. Y. MAPLEWOOD Manager Milton Dodd, of the Maple wood Field Club baseball team, has j at ranged a schedule of games for the , remainder df the season as follows: July 25, West Hoboken B. B. C.: fcouth Orange Field Club, August 1; Orange B. B. C„ August 8; Pruden tial A. A., of Newark, Augus. IB Mrs. David Driscoll and son David, of Hickory drive, have taken a cot tage for July and August at South ampton. Long Island. Mrs. Clement P. Brodhead, of Hick- | ory drive, is spending the remainder of the summer with her mother at Atlantic, Mass. G. M. Morland, of 28 Delaware ave- j nue. will leave today for a two I weeks' stav at Skaneateles Lake, S. M. f Mrs. W. L. Harrington and two Idaughters. of Maplewood avenue, are spending two months at their sum ,mer cottage at Waterford, Me. Harry M. Aschenbach. of Curtis (place, has just returned from the I Thousand Islands. Ottawa and the IRlrieau lakes, Canada. Mrs. Everett Hollenbeck and Miss Adelaide Hollenbeck, of Curtis place, have returned from Asbury Park. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Riker, of Pros pect street, are at Ocean Grove. Mrs. William Vanderveer and daughter Dorothy, of Oakwood road, left today for a stay in the Catskills. Miss Marion 'Alliger, of Buffalo, has returned home after spending two weeks with her cousin, A. S. Turner, of Oakview avenue. Miss Ruth Manley, of Woodland | avenue, is spending a month in Mary land with relatives. Misses Clara Gifford and Elizabeth Jones have returned from a week’s stay at Asbury Park. Atlee O’Brien, of Maplewood ave nue. will spend the summer on a farm | in Buffalo. Miss Helen O’Brien is the guest of | Miss Miriam Lake, of Lenox place. G. H. Porter and family, of Ridge wood terrace, are spending the sum mer at Avon Miss Violet Soullyet, of Wlnthrop place, has returned from a stay at Lake Hopatcong. More Trains to SEASHORE from Broad St. Station THROUGH TRAINS for Long Branch, Asbury Park. etc. leave week day*, at 9:03 a. m. <3:80, except l.ong Br.i 4:38 p. m. Sat*, only, 1:10 p. m. Sunday*, 8:80, 9:30 a. m. Other Trains, week day*, at. 6:30 11:44 a. in.. 1:45. 5:34. 6:86. 9 14. 11 :59 p.m. Sundays. 4:15, 9:18 p. m.; 12:05 mid night. THROUGH TRAINS For Kean*hargi Atlantic High lands, etc. Week days, at 6:25 p. m. Saturday* only. 1:35 p. m. Sundays. 8:06 a. m. Other Trains, week day*, at 9:08. 11:44 a. m.; 1:46. 4 *5, 4:32. 5:34. 6:86 p.m. Sundays. 12:15. 9 12 p. m. Board Selects Architects to Draw Plans for* Nutley School The Nutley Hoard of Education at a special meeting i,last night selected the firm of Armstrong & De Geleke, of New York. architects for the new school whlcYi the board was au thorized to erect at the district school meeting on Wednesday night. The new building, including equipment, is to cost about $40,000, and will be erected on Harrison street, near Bloomfield avonue. W. T. L. Armstrong, of the firm of Armstrong &. De Geleke, is a Nutley man. Trustoo William L. Dongfel der, in placi.ig his name in nomina tion, pointed out that his work on th.e new Carnegie Dibrary is evidence^of his ability, and that he j possesses /the civic interest which j will make- it possible for the board I to ask majiy favors which otherwise it could not do. A resolution authorizing the issue of bonds for $48,000, with interest at 4Vz per f;ent.. dated September 1 and March V. was passed. The hoard will hold Its next meeting on July 28. Will tinder Which Orange Man j Is Heir Contested by Daughter Nff#W YORK, July 18. - Mrs. Frances P. S. Oakley, of the Ma Hotel, who received a eootin Kcn i interest in the estate of her father, Egbert B. Seaman, only on condition that she marry some other Pf-rson that Leo Krassler. an attor-j ney. began yesterday a contest or her Cather's will. The estate amounts to more than •M50,000. The will left the income for life from the entire amount to Mr. Seaman's wife, Mrs. Maria T. Sea man, of the Majestic Hotel. At her death the |>rincipal is to be divided into three parts, one going outright, to Egbert B. Seaman, son, of Berkeley^ avenue. Orange, N. J.: one to Mrs.1 Carrie L. Eidlitz, of this city, and the third to Mrs. Oakley, only on condi tion that she he married to pome one1 other than Mr. Frassler, of 2 Rector’ street. Mrs. Oakley alleges that her father, was incompetent at the time of mak-' ing his will. “Mysterious Mr. Raffles” Has Not Yet Been Captufed The “mysterious Mr. Raffles/* who1 has been making regular visits to the' fair being conducted by St. Aloysius’s Catholic Church, Caldwell, this week, still remains uncaptured. Any one j who identifies him tonight will re- 1 ceive a check for $25. Despite the unfavorable weather conditions this week the fair half been well attended. — Miss Chamberlin Engaged Mr. and Mrs. El void C. Chamberlin, of 280 Claremont avenue, have an nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ardelle Silver Cham berlin. to Lewis Olds Tayntor. of Erie, Pa. Mr. Tayntor is assistant health officer of Montclair and a graduate of Boston College of Pharmacy and of the Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology. --- -- Pine Brool< Property Sold at Auction Cause of Mix-Up. The old /Pine Brook School building, which wais sold to Jacob Konnor ut a public auction on June 27, is likely to cause some trouble for the Mont vllle Board of Education, inasmuch as Abraham A. Van Wert, of Pine Brook, claims to own the lot on which* the building stands. The latter has built a fence around the property. Van Wert claims that the school was included in the deed which gave j him his mother's farm. He has also j been advised that he had a rightful claim to the building, which has been standing on the property for nearly sixty years. Rather than enter into legal diffi culties over the matter Mr. Van Wert offered to pay to the Montville Behind Board $200 for the old building, al though he says he did not consider it worth that much. When bids were received for th* sale of the property by the Mont ville Board of Education Jacob Kon nor offered $260. Mrs. Van Wert sent a note stating that she would give $5 over any amount offered. The board considered that this was only one bid. however, and when Mr. Ron- t nor raised his first bid to $3W) the ! building went to him. Mr. Van Wert has been advised | that he h}8 legal title to the school grounds and for protection has built a fence around the school nouse r*nd 1 playgrounds. Mrs. T. C. Schreiber and children, of Hobart avenue. Short Hills, arc at Mt. Pocono for the remainder of the summer. Bottle Filler Bv using this machine. 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BIJOU THEATRE —-—ORANGE Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2!15 Evenings at 8!15 MATINEE PRICES, I5e A 25c. EVENINGS 25c, 35c A 50e. WEEK JULY 20th SOUGHT and The One Big Play of Our Day ■ Ran for One Solid Year at the Playhouse in New York --4 •NOTICE The LLEWELLYN BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION of West Or ange will open its fourth series of i stock on Monday, July 20, at its office. 331 Valley road. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE OF INTENTION—Board of Street and Water Commissioners. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, at a meeting held the sixteenth day of July, 1914, and »p- | proved by the Mayor of the City of Newark ] on the seventeenth day of July. 1914. public , notice is hereby given that it is the inten tion of the Board of Street and Water Com missioners of the Ay of ^Newark, under and by virtue of provis.on* of the act en titled ''An A«*t to Revise and Amend the i Charter of the City of Newark." approved March 11th. 18&7. and the supplements there to. and the act creating the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the City of Newark, approved March’- "8th. 1891, and j other public laws of the State of New Jer- | sey to order and cause the vacation of a portion of THIRD AVENUE, from Bloomfield avenue to Lake street, except such por tions of Third avenue as. are Included within j the present limits of Highland avenue and ! Bloomfield avenue, according to a map on j tile in the office of the Chief Engineer known as No. 1120-V. Such persons as may object thereto arei requested to present their objections in writ- | ing to the clerk of said Board, at the office of the Board of Street and Water Commis sioners, Citv Hall. Newark, on or before the expiration of twenty days from date of this notice. _ . . „ , j Bv direction of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners of the .City of Newark. M. R, SHERRERD. Chief Engineer. Newark. N. J.. July IS. 1914._Jyl8-5t PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the following ordinance passed a second read ing and was ordered to a third and Anal reading at a meeting of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners held July 16th. ! 1914: A further supplement to an ordinance en titled "An ordinance to establish the name?* •of certain streets In the City of Newark. ' Be it ordained by the Board of Street and Water Commi«*Moner* of the City of Newark, as follow »: Section 1 That the name of SOUTH FIF ' TEENTH STREET, from Clinton avenue to Hawthorne avenue, in the City of Newark ! he and the same is hereby changed and shall hereafter be known and designated as I Girard place. i Section - That all ordinances or parts of ordinance:- or the City of Newark incon sistent with the provision* of this ordinance 'be and the wun? are hereby repealed Section .1. That this ordinance shall take effect immedlately. C. F KRAEMER, ! I’resident of the Board of Street and Water Commissioners. A L. SWAIN. I jyll-at Acting Clerk of the Board. 1 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the following proposed ordinance* passe-1 a 1 second reading and were ordered to a thtrd and final reading at a meeting of the Board 1 of Stree» and Water Commissioner* held '.July mi- 15tl4. An ordinance to open NORTH TWEl.FTH STREET. : from Bloomfield avenue to Chester avenue. | for a total width of sixty <«0) feet. 1 An ordinance to widen AVENUE I i from Delaney street to Hay ne* avenue by the addition of two triangular pieces, one 'east and the other weat of Avenue, I a* at ‘ present o*»ened. C. F. KRAEMER. j President of t he Board of Street and Water CerntniasionerH. 1 L SWAIN. Julj'll'M Acting Ci|rk af the Board. CITY AD\ ERTISEMEKT8 I ORANGE STREET SEWER. PLTMOUTlfe STREET PAVING. SCHLEY Sfifll paving. Notice is hereby given that the cagpaijiHH sinners heretofore appointed by the M&yall of the City of Newark to make an eaMad^H and assessment upon all the owners Wmf the land and real estate in the city of -NeiSli ark peculiarly benefited by any local iiBCT pm\ement i# the said city in proportion at? nearly a* ma. be to the advantage each tviBI deemed to frnve acquired have made aiu.eatXjjjg mate and assessment of bene fibs conteere®! upon all the owners of all the lands anp| real estare in the city of Newark pood^l^^H benefited by each of the following lmproUj^B ments in said city namely: The construction of a sewer in ORANGE STREET. ' 9 between Jay street and Hudson s* reegy t proved September 12. 191S. — The paving of * PLYMOl’TH STREET. "* 9 from West End avenue to Munn avenue;'gjk? proved September 19. 1913. The paving of SCHLEY STREET. from Hawthorne avenue to Lyons avenagspl approved August 22. 1913. Said assessment comprise* ail lots and parcels of land and real estate liable ttt: be assessed as aforesaid, lying on bodfc I sides of >. -jjRf-fc ORANGE STREET. between Jay street and Hudson street, «e both sides of PLYMOUTH STREET. from West End avenue to Munn avenuf, <» ? both sides of , ,*| SCHLEY STREET. from Hawthorne avenue to Lyons a vent—. ;~3 And have filed their reports of said agjs sessments for benefits in the office of &£J clerk of the Supreme Court of the Count n$" Essex, a no that the judge of said court hg^pj fixed Monday, the twentieth day of /gH| 1914. at 9 30 o’clock in the forenoon, u*. ?tpfy Supreme Court room. 305. at the Ooi4fcjj|| House in the city of Newark, as the tiflMpl u»»d place of hearing any objections ther.i mav be made to the said assessment*. Dated July 14 1914. m FRANK B BRADNER. 9 Julyl4-5t City Attorney. ^ LEO PLACE PAVING Notice is hereby given that t] sinners heretofore appointed by of of Newark to make j and assessment upon all the owner land* and real estate in the City peculiarly benefited by any loc« men* In said m.i\ be to the advantage each i to have acquired, have made « and assessment of benefits coni all the owners of ail the land •'state in the City of Newark pecu filed by the following improvem city under the provisions of Cha the State laws nf 1995. to wit; Paving of LEO PLACE, from avenue to Vernon avenue, witl pavement on a six *4* inch conct tlon. and have filed their report sessment* for benefit* in the oj clerk of the Board of Street and 1 mtssioner- and that the Board ol Water Commissioner* ha* fixed the twenty-third day of July. 11 o'clock in the afternoon in the b< :,g ro<»m on the second fiodr i Hall, in the City of Newark, a I and place, of hearing any obJW mav be made to the said assess mi M R. SHER Chief Dated July 17. 1914. LEGAL NOTICES j IN CHANCER! OF NEW J] Ambrose K. Melxell j By virtue of an order of tk < 'hancery of New Jersey ma ! twenty-third day of June. 1914 i i • ausf- w herein l^eah F'llen Melx • quired to appear and plead anewi to t>et it toner’.- petttion on or t w ent y-fourth dav fault thereof »u«-h decree tvcM against you as the Chancellor | equitable and Just. The object of wild suit is to a , ere* of divorce dteeoivlag JMlfil N.-.V .TT*--' « • •» .