WAS DULL BUT
Investors, Rather Than Specu
lators, Predominated and
Money Was Very Easy.
The local market was dull but firm
throughout the week. This was but
normal, as In the last weeks of Au
gust this condition has always pre
vailed. In addition, local investors
are attracted by the activities of cer
tain stocks In the New York market
What buying has been done has
been in the nature of Investment and
not of speculation. Certain bonds,
like those of the Consolidated Trao
i tlon Company, have risen in price,
the quotations for these being 101
against 100 last week.
Most transactions have been In
guaranteed bonds and stocks. Public
Service perpetual Interest bearing
certificates still remain at 103% and
are regarded ag very good Invest
ment, netting as they do 6.79 per
Banking, Industrial and Insurance
stocks remained absolutely dormant.
The prices were the same as those
demanded a week ago, but there were
almost no transactions.
Money was very easy.
The bid and asked prices, as fur
nished by Etsele & King, are:
, Celluloid Co . 187 140
Con Tract of N J. 71 72
| Essex Sr Hudson Gas. 120 138
Hudson Co Gas . 127 131
Newark Con Gas . 93 95
New Bruns IH IP. R7 91
New Jersey Zinc Co.250
Public Service ctfs. 108
Public Service stock . 102 107
Rapid Trans St Ry Co. 230
Singer Mfg Co . 220
j South Jersey Gas. 126 128
American National .110
Broad and Market. 100
City Trust Co. 130
Clinton Trust Co. 160
Essex Co Nat Bank. 300
l Essex Co Trust . 300 ...
Federal Trust Co. 226
Fidelity Trust Co. 400
Ironbound Trust Co. 230
Manufacturers' Nat Bank.... 260
, Merchants’ Nat Bank. 255
Mutual Trust of Orange.150
Newark Trust Co. 140
National Newark Banking Co 36C
, National State Bank. 215
North Ward Nat Bank. 360
Springfield At Trust Co. 135
I’nlon Nat Bank. 850
Washington Trust Co.160
West Side Trust Co. 260
American Life. 520
Colonial Life . 300
Firemen s insurance. 460 ...
Newark Fire . 270 ...
Con Trac 1st 5s 1933. 100 ...
Hud Co Gas 1st 5s 1049. 102
J C Hob & Pat 4s 1049. 74
N Bruns L H & P 1st 4s 1933 78 ...
Newark Con Gas con 5s 1948. 104 ...
Newark Gas Co 1st 6s 1944... 120
N J St Ry 1st 4s, 1948 . 78
O & Pas Val 1st 5s 1938 . 98
Pub Ser Gen Mort 5s 1959.... 87 ...
So Jersey Gas 1st 5s 1058.... 98% ...
Visited Elec Co 1st 4s 1949... 81% ...
Philadelphia Stock Market
The following quotations were fur
nished by Eisele & King: Bid.Asked.
Cambria Steel. 54 54%
Electric Storage com. 62% 63
General Asphalt com.... — . 31% 32
General Asphalt pf..,. —... 68% 69
Keystone Tel Oo. 14 14%'
Keystone Tel Co pf. 66 66% I
Lehigh Navigation Stock.. 24 24% i
Ijake Superior Corp. 9% 9%
Lehigh Valley Trans com.. 16 16%;
Lehigh Valley, pr. 33% 34
Phlla. Rapid Transit Stoak 10 10%
Phila Rapid Transit v. t. cfs 10 10%
Phil. Co., com.88% 39
Tonopah Mining. 5% 6%
Tonopah Belmont. 3% 4
United Gas Impt...... 85 85%
Union Traction. 36% 36 i
CHICAGO, Aug. 21.—Wheat turned
downward today after a hesitating
start. The depressing outlook for the
export trade seemed to be chiefly re
sponsible for making prices decline.
Rains in Illinois and the Ohio valley
had only a temporary bullish effect
1 Opening prices, which varied from
" %c oft to %c up, with September at j
l-.04% to 1.04% and December at 1.02%
to 1.02%, were followed by a decided
setback all around.
, Prospects of a substantial enlarge
i ment of receipts in the Southwest
; resulted later In additional weak
. ness. Furthermore, big threshing
yields were reported In the spring
crop belt. The close was nervous,
| 1% to 2%@2%e lower, with September
1 at 102% and December at 100%@%.
Corn fell in sympathy with wheat.
> Cool weather failed to uphold values.
1 After opening at %c to %c decline
to a like advance, with September,
1 75% to 76%, and December, 63% to
64%, the market underwent a pro
nounced general sag.
Subsequently enlarged offerings
. from the West brought about further
losses. The close was heavy at
%«%c to %@lc net decline, with
September, 74%, and December, 63%.
Rains that hindered threshing
caused a firmness in oats. Lasting
gains, however, were prevented by
the weakness of other cereals.
Trading In-provisions amounted to
barely enough to establish quotations
Pork tender lower, but lard and ribs
. NEW WORK, Aug. • 21.—Flour—
Lard—Easy; middle West, 8.10®
Hay—Steady; No. 1, 1.37%; No. 2,
1.2B®1.30; No. 3, 1.20; shipping, 1.10®
1.15, all new.
Butter—Steady; receipts, 6,698;
| creamery extras (92 score), 25%®27;
[ creamery (higher scoring), 26%@27;
| firsts. 24®26%; seconds, 22%@23%.
i Eggs—Receipts, 7,396; fresh gath
! ered, extras, 26®27: extra firsts, 24®
' 25%;’ firsts, 22%®23%; seconds, [email protected];
nearby hennery whites, fine to fancy,
34ig35; nearby hennery browns, 27®30.
I Cheese—Easy; receipts, 977; State,
> whole milk, fresh, flats, white and
| colored specials, 13%@13%; do., aver
l age fancy, 13.
i Poultry—Live strong; Western
' chickens, broilers, 20; fowls, 17; tur
keys, [email protected] Dressed quiet: Western
frozen roasting chickens, 18®22; fresh
fowls, iced, [email protected]%; turkeys, iced,
Clearing House Statement
NEW WORK, Aug. 21.—The actual
condition of clearing house banks
and trust companies for the week
shows that they hold $192,587,820 re
serve in excess of legal requirements.
This is an increase of $5,354,960 over
last week. _
Sugar Futures Market
new WORK, Aug. 21.—Sugar fu
tures declined on commission house
selling today. The closing was quiet,
unchenged to ten points lower;
sales 700 tons. September, 3.90; De
cember, 3.20; March. 3.03; May, 3.10.
Lowest Prices of Week Record
ed During Short Session
NEW YORK, Aug. 21.—Lowest
prices of the, week were recorded dur
ing today’s short session of the stock
exchnage. Latest developments In
the foreign situation, coupled with the
official statement that the steamship
Arabic was not convoyed when at
tacked, gave rise to further misgiv
ings. Opening prices were only mod
erately lower, specialties receding 1
to S points. Theso losses were soon
increased, however, a selling move
ment in U. S. Steel, Reading and
Union Pacific provoking general
weakness throughout the list. Steel
fell to 70%, a loss of 3%; Reading lost
2 points, at 145%, and Union Pacific
at 127% was off 3. Extreme declines
in war stocks were 11 for Bethlehem
Steel, at 274; 6% for New York Air
Brake, at 126%, and 9% for General
Motors, at 200. Bonds were weak on a
fair volume of trading.
10:80 a. m.—Stocks recorded general
decline at the opening of today’s
market, the Arabic episode continu
ing to act as a restraining influence.
War shares of prominence yielded 1
to 2 points on moderate trading. U.
S. Steel showed underlying strength,
although it declined a point on sales
of 2,500 shares. In the railway list.
Union Pacific and Pennsylvania were
a point lower, the decline in Penn
sylvania being associated with the
order of the Commerce Commission,
directing the company to divorce its
water lines. Rock Island railway
added 1% to yesterday’s substantial
New York Stock Exchange
Following are the quotations of the
day’s prices as furnished through
Byrne & McDonnell, members of the
New York Stock Exchange:
Open. High. Low.Close.
Allis-Chal . 87% 87% 84% 34%
Allis-Chal pf.... 66 67% 65% 66%
Am Beet Sugar. 62 62 58 68
Am Can. 59% 59% 56 56%
Am Can pf.105% 105% 105 105
Am C & F. 67 67 63 64
Am Cot Oil. 49% 49% 48 48
AmH&Lpf... 35 36 34 34
Am Ice . 28% 23% 28 23
Am Loco .. 52% 53 49% 49%
Am Smelt _ 78% 79% 77% 77%
Am T & T.121% 121% 121% 121%
Anaconda . 70 70% 67 67
Atch .101 101% 100% 100%
Baldwin Loco... 78% 78% 76 76
B & O . 81% 81% 79% 79%
Beth Steel . 274% 274% 274 274
B R T. 83% 84 83% 88%
Can Pac .148% 149% 147% 147%
Cen Leather ... 44 44 43% 43%
Chi, O W. 11% 11% 11% 11%
C, M & St P.... 81% 81% 80 80%
Chino Cop. 44% 44% 44 44
Col F & 1. 40% 40% 37% 37%
Con Gas .125% 125% 125 125
Corn Prod . 16% 16% 16 16
Crucible Steel .. 71% 72% 69% 69%
Diet Sec . 27% 27% 26 26
Erie . 27% 27% 26% 26%
Erie 1st prf. 42% 42% 41% 41%
Gen Elec Oo.... 170 170 169 169
Goodrich . 58% 58% 56% 56%
Gt North pf.117% 117% 116% 116%
Gt North Ore... 41% 41% 89% 39%
Illinois Central. 101 101 100% 100%
Kan City So. 26 26% 26% 25%
Lehigh Valley.. 141% 141% 141% 141%
Mex & P T .... 82% 82% 79% 79%
Miami Copper... 25% 26% 25% 26%
M. K & T. 7 7 7 7
Mo Pac . 3 8 2% 3
Nat Lead . 62% 62% 60 60
N Y Air Brake. 181 132% 126% 128%
N Y Cent. 89% 89% 88% 88%
N Y, N H & H 63 63 62 82
N Y, O W. 25 25 24% 24%
Nor Amer . 71 71 71 71
Nor & West..... 106% 106% 105% 106%
Nor Pac . 105 106% 106% 105%
Penn .. 108% 108% 108% 108%
Pitt#, Coal . 30% 30% 29 29
Pitts Coal pf... 96 96 96 96
Pr St Car .... 60% 60% 56 56
Ry St Sp . 88 38 37 37%
Ray Cons . 22% 22% 21% 21%
Reading . 146% 146% 145% 145%
Republic SteeL. 42% 43 40% 40%
R I & S. 23 24 21% 21%
SI Shef.... 51% 51% 48% 49
South Pao. 88 88% 86% 86%
South Ry. 14% 14% 14% 14%
South Ry pf.... 46% 46% 46% 46%
Studebaker .... 105% 105% 100 100
Tenn Cop. 50% 51% 48 48
Tex Co. 139% 139% 189% 139%
Third Ave. 51% 51% 50% 50%
Union Pac .129% 129% 127% 127%
U S Rubber .... 50% 50% 49 49
U S Steel. 72% 73% 70% 70%
U S Steel pf.... Ill 111 110% 110%
Utah Copper ... 66% 63% 64 64%
West Union .... 70% 70% 70 70
Westinghouse .. 114% 114% 111% 111%
London Money Market
LONDON, Aug. 21.—Bar silver, 227*d.
per ounce. Money, 3(S>4 per cent. Dis
count rates—Short bills, 4% per cenrt;.;
3 mouths, 47* per cent.
Madison Republicans Want
Frank. Force for Freeholder
Special to the Evening Star.
MADISON, Aug. 21.—A sub-commlt
tee of the Republican Central Com
mittee, as a result of the meeting of
that body last night, Is trying to per
suade Frank A. Force, of Central
avenue, to accept the nomination for
freeholder on the Republican ticket.
All members of the committee favor
Mr. Force, but he will not render his
decision for several days. The sub
committee was appointed with power
to nominate a freeholder.
Mr Force holds a responsible posi
tion with the First National Bank,
of Madison, has been for a number
of years a member of the election
hoard from the Second district and
Is closely identified with the leaders
of the Republican party here. Should
he decide to run he would have to
oppose Frank Carle, the Democratic
Washington, N. J., Man Ends
Life: Reason a Mystery
Special to the Evening Star.
WASHINGTON, N. J„ Aug. 21.—
John W. Willever, of Washington
Township, committed suicide at his
farm about one mile south of town
yesterday by taking strychnine sul
phate, No reason Is given for the act.
Mr. Willever had brought the milk
from his dairy to William Stevenson,
a. local milk dealer, and on his return
home went to the barn for the pur
pose of putting the rig away. That
was the last seen of him alive. The
dead man was born in this section
and was sixty-four years old. Be
sides a widow, one son, Budd Will
ever, of West Washington avenue,
survives; also three sisters. The fu
neral services will be held on Monday
afternoon at 2 o’clock from the house,
with burial in the Washington Ceme
Van Wagner’s Petition Filed
Special to the Evening Star.
MADISON, Aug. 21.—The petition
of Fred J. Van Wagner, for Repub
lican councilman for two years, to
oppose Edward D. Menkle, the or
ganization’s choice, was filed yester
day with the county clerk. The peti
tion was circulated by James E. Bur
nett, and Is signed by twenty-six rep
J. Wiss & Sons Plan $22,800
Twenty building permits for struc
tures costing $1,000 or more were
granted in Newark this week, their
aggregate cost totaling $129,480, as
compared with a $196,180 total for last
week, a falling off of $85,700.
Six were for buildings costing $10,
000 or over. The largest was for a
$22,800 brick factory for J. Wiss &
Sons’ Company, to be erected at 35-39
Littleton avenue. The permit issued
the Goerke Company for alterations
to the Oscar Michael department
store at 701-705 Broad street provide
for an expenditure of $1,900. The
permits are as follows:
16-17 Stone street, brick factory; Rasch
* Greenfield, owners; cost, $13,500.
24-20 Central avenue, brick alterations
to store and loft; Mrs. Ida F. Wtlleox,
owner; cost, $10,000.
Northwest corner Plane and James
streets, frame and brick alteratlona to
store and dwelling; R. Heller, owneri
cost, $1 000.
701-706 Broad street, brick alterations
to store; Goerke Company, owners; cost,
105 Broome street, brick garage; J.
Wlnarsky, owner; cost $1,000.
234 Eighteenth avenue, frame and brick
alterations to store ami dwelling; W'oKf
Iluskln, owner; cost, $2500.
35-39 Littleton avenue, brick factory;
J. Wiss Sons’ Company, owners; cost
147-149 South Orange avenue, brick al
terations to stable; At* A Gebhardt, own
ers; cost, $1,500.
150-152 El wood avenue, two frame
dwellings; Nathan Kantorowita, owner;
307 Ogden street, steel and terra-cotta
offices; Btrlebe A Foote, owners; cost
076 North Sixth street, frame altera
tions to factory; Newark Gas Engine
Manufacturing Company, owners; cost,
313-315 Hillside avenue, two frame
dwellings; Morris Lerner, owner; cost,
525 Mulberry street, frame alterations
to dwelling; Fred Bcheldler, owner; cost,
Flnm Point lane and C. R. R. of N. J-,
brick template shop; Hay Foundry and
Iron Works, owners; cost, $3,000.
Avenue R, near Newark transfer, frame
and hollow tile power house; American
Synthetic Dyes, Inc., owners; cost, $7,500.
Avenue R, near Newark transfer, frame
and brick dye factory; American Synthe
tic Dyes. Inc., owners; cost, $18,000.
593-595 Eighteenth avenue, brick al
terations to parish house; trustees Sec
ond Presbyterian Church, owners; cost,
158 Brookdale avenue, frame dwelling;
A. Lun, owner; cost $2,000.
79 Kenmore avenue, frame dwelling;
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. O'Brien, owners; cost,
Renr of 585 South Eleventh street, con
crete block garage; Theodore Hermann,
owner; cost, $1,000.
339 345 Central avenue, brick stores;
Liberty Trust Company, owners; cost,
10-12 North Third street, brick store
house; Liberty Trust Company, owners;
Herman Nethelm to Georpre De
Mund, w 3 Adams st, 270 rt n fr
Lafayette st, 28x06 . $1
John F. Monahan (sheriff) to Jo
seph Mann, n w cor Fifteenth
av and South Seventh st, 50x100 500
Theodore Sollnaky to Henry A.
Guenther, n w cor Fifteenth av
and South Seventh st, 50x100 .... 1
Clinton Park South Land and Im
provement Co. to James J. Den
ning:, n e cor Hedden st and Po
mona av. 50x08 . 1
Ralph B. Schmidt (sheriff) to Wll
Ham E. Selby e s South Sixth
st, 250 ft n fr Fourteenth av,
40x100 . 9,000
Leslie D. Simpson to Clara Stack
fletb, Montclair, « s Montclair av,
130 ft n fr land C. G. H. Topper,
130x160 . 1
J. Charles Atwater to Louisa C.
Atwater, Montclair, s s Oakwood
av, 215 ft w fr Norwood av,
74x167 . 1
Louisa C. Atwater to Esther C. At
water, Montclair, same property 1
Charlea C. Thomas et al to Mar
garet Murray, Montclair, n s Wil
liam st, 200 ft w fr Central av,
50x106 . 1
Margaret Mnrray to Mary B.
Thomas, Montclair, same prop
erty . 1
Henry William Beyerniann to the
Forest Park Realty Co., East Or
ange, e s Newfleld st, 160 ft s w fr
First av, 30x100 . 10
Gus Stahl to Ernest Kast, East
Orange, e s Hoffman boulevard,
84 ft n fr Leslie st, 58x104 . 1
Arthur D. Crane to Agnes B.
Phelan, East Orange, n w cor
■ Central av and Nassau pi, 41x105 1
Nutley Realty Co. to Sadie L. De
Sinclair, Nutley, n s Sntterth
walte av, 142 ft e fr Whltford
av, 17x40 . 1
Carl E. Zoerner et als to Hein
rich W. Karl, Nutley, s e s Al
exander av, 601 ft s w fr Kings
land st, 53x140 . 1
Kate Conroy to .Tames H. Hemlns
ley, Nutley, « a Walnut st, 450 ft.
s fr Grant av, 60x176; and other
tract . 1
Lillian Johnson anrl hus to Frank
W. Long, Caldwell, n s Wood
rarre rd, 280 ft e fr Evergreen
rd, 100x150 . 1
David F. Dobblna to Agnes Camp
bell, Caldwell, n s Elm rd and e
s land Agnes Campbell, 50x162 1
Frederick Faas to Riley Realty and
Construction Co., West Orange, 3
lots, Eagle Rock ter . 1
Francis A. B. Grady and hUH to
Golf Land Co., West Orange, di
viding line land Orange Moun
tain Traction Co. and first party,
608x1,068 . 1
Meyer E. Rubash et al to Fireside
Building and Loan Association,
West Orange, w s Watchung av
138 ft s fr Washington st, 76x113 1
Louisa Oehard and hns to Charles
Steel, Verona, e s HlUcrest ter,
530 ft n fr Bloomfield av, 30x132;
and other tract . 1
William P. Condlt to Samuel Con
dlt, Orange, e k Dwane st, 640
ft n fr Park av, 81x146. 1
Mary Hangs to Joseph Poliseno,
Orange, t- s Orchard and Hill
sts, 64x100 . 1
Fairchild-Baldwin Co. to Frederick
R. Haaselman, South Orange, a
e s Ridgewood rd, 237 ft n e fr
Mountain House rd, 43x146. 1
Arthur D. Crane et als to Harold
W. Headley, South Orange, e s
Forty-fourth at, 200 ft a fr Hal
stead av, 50x108 . 1
Samuel Sward to Tenth Ward Building
nml Loan Association, east side Willough
by street, 125 feet southwest from St.
James place, $3,000.
Emil Zucker to Lena Steiner, west aide
Johnson avenue, 217 feet south from
Alpine street; and other tract, $4,000.
Ethel Furst and husband to Maria
Herzog, southeast corner Rose and
Hunterdon streets, $2,400.
Frank Zwlgard to West End Building
and Loan Association, south side Lyons
BAILEY—On August 20, 1915, William
M., husband of Mary It. Bailey.
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the funeral services at his
daughter’s residence, Mrs. William I.
Middleton, 025 Chestnut street, Arling
ton, N. J., on Sunday, August 22, at 4
p. m. Interment at Glens Falls, N. Y.
BALDWIN—On Thursday, August 19,
1915. Charlotte E., daughter of the late
David S. and Mary A. Baldwin.
Funeral services from her late resi
dence, 327 Summer avenue, on Sunday.
August 22, at 8 p. m. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend. Inter- ■
ment at the convenience of the family. J
CHAPMAN—Suddenly, nt West Town
ahend, Vt., on August 20, 1915, .Tames
W. Chapman, husbuud of Eleanor
Notice of funeral hereafter.
DETTELBACH—Hannah, widow of
Cyrus Dettelbach, mother of Mrs.
Daniel Marx, in her 89th year.
Funeral services will be held from
the residence of her son-in-law, Mr.
Daniel Marx, 1090 Broad street, on
Monday, August 23, nt 2 p. ra. Inter- ;
ment Evergreen Cemetery.
ENGLE—Suddenly, at Ocean Grove, on
August 18, 1915, Andrew', husband of
the late Elisa B. Engle, aged 73 years.
Relatives and friends are invited to
1 attend the funeral nt his daughter’s
residence, Mrs. William Wnnstall, 414
Maple street, Arlington, N. ,T., on Sun
! day, August 22, at 2:30 p. m. Inter
ment at Arlington Cemetery.
KELLEY—On August 19, 1915, nt her
late home, 206 Peshlne avenue, Martha
C., beloved wife of Stewart H. Kelley,
In her 07th year.
Funeral on Sunday at 3 p. m., in the
Central Presbyterian Church, corner
Belmont and Clinton avenues. Rela
tives and friends are invited to attend.
Interment in Hollywood Cemetery.
PRESTON—Mary, beloved wife of the
late Michael Preston (nee Farrington),
and mother of Rev. John J. Preston,
will he burled from her late residence,
17 Emerson street, East Orange, on
Monday, August 23. 1915, at 10 o’clock
at St. Aloysius’s Church, Newark, N.
J., where a Solemn High Mass of Re
quiem will be offered for the repose
of her soul. Interment in the Ceme
tery of the Holy Sepulchre.
avenue, 780 feet west from Elizabeth ave
Same to same, south side Lyons ave
nue, 760 feet west from Elizabeth avenue,
John H. Blrkenhauer to Aetna Building
and Loan Association, north side Court
street, 76 feet west from Hunterdon
street; and other tract, $1,500.
Henry A. Guenther to New Home
Building and Loan Association, north
west corner Fifteenth avenue and South
Seventh street. $12,000.
Lewis G. Whitaker to Jennie Bloom,
east side Parker street, 280 feet south
from Stephen Baldwin’s land, $1,400.
Ida Berzon to Tenth Ward Building
and Loan Association, north side Market
street, 160 feet west from Mott street,
Herman Etzel to Howard Savings In
stitution, west side Bergen street, 400
feet south from Bigelow street, $2,000.
James J. Henning to Franklin Savings
Institution, northeast corner Hedden
street and Pomona avenue, $3,400.
Harz Morris to Popular Building and
Loan Association, southeast corner Sey
mour avenue and Jeffry place, $1,000.
David Prill to Flora Ivntzln, northeast
corner Montgomery and Barclay streets,
John Sot to John Pul, Caldwell, on
bank of Passaic River, 90 acres, more or
Same to George D. Young, Caldwell,
same property, $5,000.
Archibald F. Gilbert to Benjamin
Smith. South Orange, northeast side Scot
land terrace, 152 feet southeast from an
Frederick R. Hnsselman to Fairohlld
Baldwtn Company, South Orange, south
east side Ridgewood road, 287 feet north
east from Mountain House road, $3,600.
Same to same, South Orange, same
Charles Steel to Louisa Glllard, Verona,
east side Hlllcrest terrace. 600 feet north
from Bloomfield avenue, $900.
Enterprise Realty Company to Roose
velt Realty Company, Belleville, west side
Linden avenue, 208 feet north from Jora
lemon street, $800.
Same to same, Belleville, west side
Linden avenue, 233 feet north from Jora
lemon street, $300.
Joseph Pollseno to Minnie R. Ester
brook, Orange, east side Orchard street,
corner Hill street, $2,000.
Same to Mary Iiangs, Orange, same
Millie R. Firth and husband to Bank of
Nutley, Nutley, southeast corner Rutgers
place and Whttford avenue. $500.
Michael Mazzeo to Irvington Building
and Loan Association, East Orange,
northwest corner Sanford aud Tremont
Bernard Greenwald, owner, with
Kugel Construction Co,, contractors,
mason and carpenler work, $4,100; 57
Philip Blank and Samuel Blank, own
ers, with Felnsod & Son, contractors,
alteration and building work, $0,500;
140-142 Bloomfield avenue.
Gulseppe Zoppl, owner, with John
Rolo & Vincenzo Ruslgnuolo, contrac
tors, stucoo work, $215; 101 Bleecker
Ira 8. Heller, owner, with E. A.
Mortica, of • Bloomfield, contractor, elec
tric work, $55.05; Tuxedo Park, South
Orange, N. J.
Olaf E. Bugge, of East Orange, own
er, with F. and W. V. Engelberger Co.,
contractors, plumbing work, $3,601; 569
Main street, East Orange.
I.ouls G. Brletenhach. of Irvington,
owner, with Roland Butts, of Irvington,
contractor, general work, $2,325; 147
Hillside avenue, Irvington.
Patrick Henley, of West Orange, own
er, with Arthur Willes, of West Orange,
contractor, plumbing work, $514; Llewel
lyn avenue. West Orange. Same owner,
with Patrick J. Grant, of West Orange,
contractor, carpenter work. $2,125; same
premises. Same owner, with Arthur
MoDevlIt, of East Orange, contractor,
mason work, $510; same premises.
Ira 8. Heller, owner, with Charles A.
Johanson, of Montclair, contractor,
painting work, $220; Tuxedo park, South
Samuel Krieger, owner, with A.
Deutsch, contractor, mason work, $220;
566 High street.
Estate of J. 8. Mundy, owners, with
F. and W. V. Engelberger Co., contrac
tors, plumbing work, $1,298; factory on
Clara B. Williams, of Roselle, owner,
with M. J. Morgan & Sons, of Irvington,
contractors, general work, $5,740; Gold
NEW YORK, Aug. 21.—The early
action of today's cotton market sug
gested a tendency to even up com
mitments for over the week-end and
pending a more settled international
situation. The improved weather re
ported in South easy cables and less
favorable accounts from the dry
goods trade were responsible for some
bearish talk around the ring, how
ever, and after opening at a decline
of 3 to 6 points, prices ruled barely
steady around 9.28 for October and
9.68 for January. There appeared to
be a little foreign selling here, and
there were rumors that contracts
have been sold here late yesterday
against lower offerings of spots from
Offerings increased shortly after
the opening, with Liverpool a consid
erable (seller here either on Straddle
aocount or against purchases of spots
in the southwest and prices sold off
to a net decline of fifteen to eighteen
points, or to 9.18 for October and 9.57
for January. The close was steady
on covering, but within a point or
two of the lowest at a net loss of
seven to sixteen points on the gen
NEW YORK, Aug. 21.—Mercantile
paper, 3%<f(3%. Sterling, 60-day bills,
4.6150; demand, 4.6650; cables, 4.6725.
Francs, demand, 5.86; cables, 5.84.
Marks, demand, 81%; cables, 81%.
Lires, demand, 6.47; cables, 6.46.
Rubles, demand, 35%; cables, 35%. Bar
stiver, 47%. Mexican dollars, 37. Gov
ernment bonds steady. Railroad
LEEDS—In this city, August 21, 1915,
Harry H., aged 68 years, beloved hus
band of Bell Leeds.
Relatives and friends are kindly In
vited to attend the funeral services
Monday evening, at 8 o’clock, at his
late home, 129 Wright street. Inter
QUINN—On August 20. 1915, at his resi
dence, 645 Market street, John J., be
loved husband of Annie Quinn (nee
Notice of funeral hereafter.
RAAB—Entered into rest on Thursday,
August 19, 1915, Conrad Rnab, beloved
husband of Marie Rnab (nee Schaefer),
and father of Charles and William
Raab. Minnie Jacobus and Emille Mc
Clinchy (nee Raab).
Relatives and friends are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral on
Sunday, August 22, at 2:30 p. m., from
his late residence, 935 South Grove
street, Irvington. Interment in Fair
REDDEN—On August 21. 1915. Ann
Redden (nee Jeffers), wife of tne late
Notice of funeral in Sunday papers
SHELTON—Departed this life, Char
leua, beloved daughter of Godfrey i
Relatives and friends are invited to j
attend funeral services Saturday ev»- |
ning, 8 o’clock, August 21, 1915, at I
residence, 25 Central place, Orange.
Interment Long Branch, N. J.
SMITH—At Orange, N. J.. on Friday,
August 20. 1915, Lydia A., widow of
the late Edwin Smith.
Funeral services will be held from
her late residence, 201 Tremont ave
nue, on Monday. August 23, at 3 p. m.
Relatives and friends nre kindly in
vited to attend. Interment in Rose
WARD—On Friday, August 20. 1915, af
ter a long illness, Caroline Bond,
daughter of Alexander and Henrietta
Bond Ward, and niece of Mr. Joseph
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the funeral services at Grace
Church, corner of Broad and Walnut
streets, on Monday, August 23, at 2
p. m. Interment in Mt. Pleasant Cem
WILSON—On Friday, August. 20, 1915,
William Wilson, husband of flarah E.
Wilson, In his seventy-fifth year.
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the funeral services from his
home, 74 Wilsey street, on Sunday,
August 22. at 2:30 d. m. Interment in
In sad and loving memory of our dear
mother. Kathryn Wankmuller. who departed
| this life, August 21, 1914.
We miss your kind and willing hand,
Your fond and loving care;
Our home is dark without you.
We miss you everywhere.
YOUR DEVOTED CHILDREN.
OFFICE OF CITY CLERK.
Newark, N. J.. August 14, 1915.
Report of deaths for the week ending
August 14, 1015. Men, 28; boys, 20;
women, 35; girls, 17. Total, 90.
Ages—Ono year and under. 23; between
1 and 2 years, 7; between 2 and 5 years, 3;
between 5 and 10 years, 2; between 10 and
20 years, 2; between 20 and 30 years, 9;
between 80 and 40 years, 6; between 40 and
60 years, 10; bttWMD 60 an^l 60 years. 4;
between 60 and 70 years. 13; between 70
and 80 years. 6; 80 years and over, 6.
Diseases—Accidents, drowned 1, fall on
street 1, fall from trolley 1, automobile In
juries 1, diving In water 1; apoplexy or cere
bral hemorrhage, 8; atelectasis, congenital,
1; cancer, breast and liver, 1; cancer, colon,
2; cancer, Intestines. 1; cancer, mediasti
num, 1; cancer, stomaoh. 5; cancer, uterus,
1; cholera Infantum, 2; cirrhosis liver. 1;
convulsions, 1; endocarditis, 8; entero, co
litis, 8; enteritis, 8; fever, typhoid, 1; rastro
enteritis, 6; heart disease, 2; hemiplegia, 1;
hydrocephalus, 1; Intestinal obstruction, 1;
marasmus or malnutrition, 7; meningitis,
cerebral, 1; meningitis, cerebro spinal, 1;
myocarditis. 4; nephritis, 4; old age or se
nility, 2; peritonitis, acute, 1; phthisis, pul
monalls, 1; pneumonia, lobar, 4; premature
birth, 4; septicaemia, puerperal, 1; suicide,
cut throat, 2; traumatic hemorrhage of
brain, 1; tuberculosis, 9; whooping cough, 2.
Still Dlrths—Male, 6; female. 3.
Plaoes of Nativity—United States, 62; Ire
land. 6; England. 1; Scotland, 3; Italy, 8;
Germany, 4; Switzerland, 1; Russia, B;
Color—White, 84; colored, 6.
the kind that wears black.
KAY'S MILLINERY SHOP.
118 MARKET ST.
- v ■ - :
People’s Burial Co.
380 Broad St., Cor. 8th Av.
WILL FURNISH FOR
elegant casket, covered with fine black
broadcloth, white or silver gray plush, with
massive bar handles, engraved nameplates,
lined with silk or satin, outside case, em
balming, advertising, dressing, shaving, cru
cifix, candelabra, glovss, chairs, hearse and
three coaches to any city cemetery. We
a funeral that measures up to any trust un
dertaker $90.00 funeral.
Funeral Parlors Free.
PHONE 257 BRANCH BROOK.
Newark Burial Co.
538 BROAD STREET
between Bridge and Lombardy Streets.
we agree to supply Black Broadcloth, White
Plush or Imitation Oak Casket, Handles.
Plate, Interior Lined Complete, Outside Pine
Box, Embalming, Newspaper Notice, Use of
Rug, Pedestal, Crepe, Camp Chairs, Hearse,
Three Coaches any City Cemetery, Services
of Funeral Directors.
Parlors for Funeral In Connection.
JOa^HM(TLBERRT 538 Broad St. j
JAMES G. RKIKRLEY,
SON OF THE LATE
JOSHUA BRIERLEY, MORTUARIAN.
AT 402 BROAD STREET.
Private Chapel Attached.
Telephone 129* B. B.
When In need of an
you will be pe-fectly safe in calling upon
A. HARRY HOPPEN, Inc.
Science, competency, refinement and the
very best equipment at a moat reasonable
112 BELLEVILLE AV.. 43 WASHINGTON
AV. Phones: Branch Brook 4319-1820-J.
W. J. R. Knowles, Mgr.
A. J. & J. HOLLE, ESTAB. 1851.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Funeral parlors, 16-18 Shipman st. Livery
and automobile funerals a specialty. Phones
EST. 1902. PHONE NO. 2789-W WAV.
JAMES M. VAUGHAN,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
Superior Service. Moderate Charges.
668 BERGEN ST.. AT CLINTON AV.
C. W. HEILMANN,
29 WEST 8T., COR. MERCER ST.
PHONES 681 MULB. AND 8251 MKT.
GEORGE BRUECKNER'S SONS— Funeral
directors and embalmers. Offices and fu
neral parlors, 16 Belmont av. Phono Wav
WM. F. MULLIN,
280 Lafayette st. Phone 680 Mulberry.
JOSEPH nARTIf, ESTAB. 1*91.
198 South Orange av. Phone Mulberry 2.
First-Class Service. Moderate Rates.
JAMES F. CAFFREY,
E»t. 1889. Undertaker.
44 Thomas st. Tel. 770 Waverly.
JOSEPH J MANGER,
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
Tel. 763 Waverly. 489 Springfield av.
HONEYWELL A PAINTER.
978 Broad st Telephones 6610-6611 Market.
FRANK A. FOLEY,
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
302 Lafayette st. Phone 5738 Market.
CHAB. J. GUENTHER.
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
Lady Attendant. 199 Sussex av. Tel. 19*6 B.B.
T. J. CALLAN,
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
23 Central av. Tel. 646.
JOSEPH P. MURPHY,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
102 Fleming Av. Phone 614 Mulberry.
! DO YOU want to make money quickly, hon
estly? We show you how; call; do not
write. flRLIOTINT, 888 Broad, Room 2.
MEN and women everywhere for a real live
wire proposition; write today. CENTRAL
SUPPLY CO., Box 263. Clearfield. Pa.
SPECIAL inducements for agents; combina
tion switch lock for Ford owners; no keys;
sells on sight; send $3.50 for sample look.
CLARK LOCK SALES CO., 150 Vassar st.,
WANTED—-County agents to sell the Dunn
automatic steering device for Ford cars;
hustlers can make $50 weekly. For territory
address B. D. EMANUEL, Muncle, Ind.
AGENTS wanted to sell automobile owners
tho best headlight dimming device on the |
market; approved by Commissioner Dill; j
good propoaltlon to right men. Apply j
GUARANTEE SPECIALTIES CO., 922 Kin- I
ney Bldg., Newark.
ARMY OF UNITED STATES—MEN j
WANTED—Able-bodied unmarried men be- I
tween age* of 18 and 35. citizen* of United
States, of good character and temperate
habits, who can npeak, read and write the
English language. For Information apply
to Recruiting Officer, 266 Market at., New
ark. N. J.
AUTOMOBILE DRIVING. REPAIRING; ]
LARGE EQUIPMENT; SEVERAL CARS.
WE HELP SECURE POSITIONS; CAR FOR I
LICENSE FREE. CARPENTER AUTO I
SCHOOL. 107 BELLBVILLJB AV.
BRICKLAYER wanted; one who understands
the laving of concrete blocks, to work
for $10 a week and a four-room house, rent
free. Call 9 a. m 35 West Kinney st.
ELECTRICAL MEN AND YOUNG MEN.
NOTICE: A NEW COURSE IN PRAC
TICAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
STARTS NOW; ONLY COLLEGE OF ITS
KIND IN THE UNION; SPECIAL INDUCE- I
MENTS TO FIRST FIFTY 8TUDENTS EN- j
ROLLING; APPLICATIONS RECEIVED 1
NOW. CAUL OR WRITE PRACTICAL
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE,
230 MARKET ST.
EXPERT celluloid box makers wanted.
NEWELL & WILLIS CO., 367 North
FEMALE applicants of the Bureau of Em
ployment of the City of Newark who are
deslrious of speedily securing places In first
class families as housekeeper, cook?, cham
bermaid, nurses, etc., will please call at
the City Hall annex, on Franklin at., every
afternoon, excepting Saturdays and holidays,
between the hours of 1 and 4. when they
will meet ladles needing their services. No
charge for procuring employment.
GOVERNMENT clerks wanted. $90 month;
pull unnecessary’; common education suf
ficient; vacation, short hours, rapid promo
tion; write Immediately for free list of
positions now obtainable. FRANKIN IN
STITUTE. Dept. 2 41 -F, Rochester, N. Y.
GOVERNMENT positions are easy to get, my
free booklet Y-519 tells how; write today,
now. EARL HOPKINS. Washington, D. C.
I WILL start you In the mail order business,
furnish everything, if you will handle my
goods. CREST CO., lfl Atlantic City, N. J.
LINOTYPE Instruction; 5 hours evening?. $6
weekly. EMPIRE, 419 First av., New York.
LISTEN—Can you sell gasoline at one cent
per gallon? IT so, sell Qaao-Tonlo; gives
40% more gasoline mileage; eliminates car
bon; auto owners grabbing for it; $10 a day
easy; Helsey made $25 first day; act quick,
man; details free. WHITE MFU. Dept. 80,
MACHINIST wanted for 6-foot vertical bor
ing mill; experienced men only. Apply
Room 8, 46 Academy st., Newark.
MACHINISTS WANTED—All around tool
makers. lathe hands, boring mill hands,
planer hands, miller hands; skilled men only
apply. Addreas MECHANIC, Box 24, Star
MALE residents of the city of Newark who
are unemployed may register free of charge
at the city free employment office, In the
City Hall annex building, on Franklin ?t..
second floor. Hours for men. 9 to 12 morn
ings. THE MUNICIPAL BUREAU OF EM
PLOYMENT, City Hall. Newark, N. J.
MAN WANTED, 2B OR 26 YEARS OF
AGE; COMMON SCHOOL EDUCATION,
WHO HAS WORKED IN FACTORY
HANDLING MEN; POSITION PERMA
NENT WITH CHANCE FOR ADVANCE
MENT. ADDRESS AMBITIOUS, BOX 26,
MEN OF ALL AGES ARE NEEDED.
In the electrical field From every side comes
an increased and insistent demand for elec
trically trained men The N. Y. E. S. teaches
every angle of electrical profession by actual
practice. No books used. Call or write for
THE NEW YORK ELECTRICAL SCHOOL,
88 and 89 West 17th st-. New York.
MEN wanted, of neat appearance, to handle
a fine "Catholic" article or. 2Bc weekly
payments; experience not neoensary: will
pay money for the man willing to work.
Call C. F. ADAMS CO., 39 Market st.. New
PICTURE or mat maker, fitter; first-class.
LEFEVRE, 892 Broad st.
SALESMEN to sell the Empress Vacuum
Cleaner on 26c weekly payments; big
money to live agents: no dead ones wanted;
highest commissions paid. Pall at once. C.
F ADAMS CO.. 39 Market st.
SALESMAN—Vacancy September 1; experi
enced in any line to sell general trade In
Newark, N. J.; unexcelled specialty proposi
tion; commission contract; $35 weekly for
expenses. CONTINENTAL JEWELRY" CO..
172-34 Continental Building, Cleveland, Ohio.
SALESMEN, agents; exclusive territory;
new auto fuel; profitable. TANTCIT, Cleve
SIGN PAINTERS; helpers. Apply STJPT.
NEWARK SIGN CO.. 27 Tr^at pi.
THE Municipal Bureau of Employment of
the city of Newark. N. J.. furnished male
and female employes free of charge: we In
vestigate the records of all registered em
ployes. hours from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. THE
MUNICIPAL BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT.
City Hall annex building, on. Franklin at.,
TWO TITOH-CLASR aalesmen by nationally
known corporation; worth $200-$ 300
monthly to right men to start; opportunity
to advance; special training; permanent to
men who qualify; reference. E. TI. INGLE,
President, Dayton, Ohio.
WANTED—8tor1es, articles, poems for new
magazine; pays on acceptance; send what
you have for free examination. COSMOS
MAGAZINE, 283 Stewart. Building, Washing
ton. D. C.
WANTED—Thames of men. IS or over, wish
ing government Jobs: $35 month: no pull
necessary- Addresa GOVERNMENT. Rox 24.
WANTED—Blacksmith for wagon reps It- 1
work: also painter and wheelwright. 171
YOUNG MEN. learn linotype operating (day
and evening); send for booklet “R.”
MERGENTHAT.ER T.TNOTYPE SCHOOL,
24 4 West Twenty-third at.. New' York.
YOUNG MAN to Introduce fast selling spe
cialty direct to consumer; good salary and
commission to right party. Addresa
HONEST. Rox 9. Star office
$10 PER 100 upward paid tacking algns,
distributing booklets, samples, etc; send
8c stamps for price list paid; uecure terri
tory. SHEPARD’S AGENCY. Lebanon.
N. H. *
1,000 PEOPLE or more can receive real
cash for coupons, labels, gold or sliver.
See .TAC LEVY. 40 Market st.
COOKS, chambermaids and waitresses;
laundresses, general houssworkers; couple;
cook and butler. BUREAU OF DOMESTIC
REQUIREMENTS, 895 Broad st.
DEMONSTRATORS—Murt bo of neat ap
pearance to represent well-known firm; ex
perience not essential, reference required.
Address DEMONSTRATOR, Box 19. Star
GIRLS who know how to sew on machines.
Plane and Academy sts., second floor.
IF YOU want to make money at homo ad
dressing envelopes, mailing circulars, etc.,
send reply envelope for Information. FAIR
FIELD CO., 86 Nool st., Springfield, Mans.
OPERATORS who want Meady work. Plano
and Academy sts., second floor.
WANTED—Women for government Jobs; $70
month; pull unnecessary; write Immediately
for list positions obtainable FRANKLIN IN
STITUTE. Dept. 682 F.. Rochester. N. Y.
Franklin av. and Joralemon st.. Bloomfield,
N. J. Best located and finest, kept, with
nerpet.ua 1 car© to lot owners free; plots of
four graves, $60 up; single graves, $16.
Phone 1253 Bloomfield.
Star Want Ads. brintr results.
Advertise in the Star.
RATES AND INFORMATION FOR
NEWARK EVENING STAR.
* P®* . lc per word
* times . 2c per word
6 times . 4c per word
1 month, dally .90c per line
1 year, daily .$9.60 per llns
(Minimum, 10 words)
7he above rates Include all classifications,
with the following exceptions:
Meetings. Lodge Notices, Cards
or rhank.s. In Memorlam, Resolutions. An
niversary Notices. 10c per line.
Anniversary Mass, Births, Engagements,
Marriage, Month's Mind, seven lines, 60c.
Additional words, lc each.
Death Notices, 26c; with notice of fu
A charge of 10c per line is made for agate
White space is charged fox on the basts
of Go per line.
Figure six average words to the line, set
solid agate; five average words to tne line,
act In solid agate capitals.
The Newark Evening Star reserves ths
right to classify nil advertisements under
The Newark Evening Ptar will not be
ri%jponslblp for more than one Incorrect In
sertion of any advertisement ordered for
more thin one time
The Newark Evening Star will only recog
nize written orders to discontinue or change
Your confectionery store Is a receiving
station for Newark Evening Star Want Ads.
Ads received in Home Office over telephone
from responsible partiep.
PHONE 6800 MARKET.
.'-I. _L _ _
MALE AND FEMALE.
I PAY up high a* $10 for old false-teeth s*»ts.
also old gold and silver bought. .1. GOLD
MAN, Watchmaker, 110 Mulberry at., near
MEN—Jewelry, old gold, silver, platinum,
old false teeth bought: pay up to $6 set
207 Market it, room 411.
ORGANIZERS — Good contracts given to
American men and women; all or spare
time. 142 Market st., room 309, from 9 to
12 a. m.; 2 to 8 d. m.
ACCOUNTANCY student; experienced office!
man and sales manager; married; 2fi years |
of age; desires to connect with growing com- |
pany; would consider partnership. Address
EDUCATION, Box 2, Star office.
AN intelligent middle aged man, American,
desires position as watchman or at light
work; best references. Address AMERICAN,
Box 42, Star office.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER -Position desired
by young mrn, 11); has a fairly good knowl
edge of stenography. W. FINDER, 118 Court
BOOKKEEPER—Competent young man, 25;
can take full charge of hookH, assume re
sponsibilities, and a good correspondent; de
sires n permanent connection at a moderate
salary to start; good references. Address
BOOKKEEPER. Box 24, Star office.
bookkeeper and office man, good corres
pondent and typist; salary moderate; refer
ences. Address BUSINESS, Box 31, Star
BOOKKEEPER—Accountant, thoroughly ex
perleneed In office details, who can make
hluiself generally useful, with flrst-class refer
ences as to ability and Integrity, seeks posi
tion; exportations moderate. Address H, Box
28, Star office,
BOY, 18, wishes position driving wagon or
to work at anything. Address DRIVER,
Box 40, Star office.
BOY, 17, wishes position In garage or any
thing; can furnish reference. Address
GARAGE, Box 22, Star office.
CARPENTER wants position; does repairing
of all kinds; alterations and additions;
garages built of wood or Iron. Call or write
0 Ruby pi., Forest Hill.
CHAUFFEUR, 19. 3 years’ garage experi
ence, desires position; private or commer
cial. Address CHAUFFEUR. Box 27, Star
CHAUFFEUR, white, 11 years’ experience;
careful driver, total abstainer, desires pri
vate position; mechanic; refined; married;
A1 references; will go anywhere. FRAZEE,
43 Cross st., Bloomfield.
COOK-—Would like position In lunchroom; can
furnish best reference from Newark Lunch.
FRANK MATTTZAI, 281 Elm st.
DRILL PRESS, bench work or grinding sltua
tlon desired by strong, honest man. 3.
BOLCHENIAK, 145 Camden st., city.
DRIVER—Are you looking for a well expe
rienced live salesmsn? If so. I’m the man
to fill the place; have been lately with one
of the largest concerns In this city; have a
large follow')ng among the grocery trade of
Newark and vicinity W. HANDLER, 55 lflth
DRIVER for grocer or butcher; can take oaro
of horse; good references. OHS WALBACII,
504 South l2th st., Newark, N. J.
DRIV'ER—Position desired by strong, honest
| man M. SCHWARTZ, 82 Rose at., city.
ELECTRICIAN wishes position in factory or
repair shop; has ten years’ experience with
motors and generators; also wiring; can do
general machine work. Address ELECTRI
CIAN, Box 20. Star office.
ERRAND or office boy position desired by
young boy. 15; con furnish reference from
last employer. H. BERLIN, 75 lflth av., city.
FIREMAN—License; twenty years’ experience;
hard or soft coal; understands pumps.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL. 105 Adam st., city.
JANITOR—German family wishes a Janitor’s
place; can furnish best reference. Address
1 E. 8., Box 42, Star office.
MACHINIST—Young man wants position as
machinist’s helper; have little experience,
j Address W. K., 70 Kenmore av.
MAN wishes some kind of light Inside work;
steady and reliable. T. P., 18 Summit st..
OFFICE position desired by young man. 18;
good at figuring and at operating a type
writer. J. TRATBLER. 08 Holland st.. city.
PAPERHANGER-PAINTER wantn work;
contract or day JONES. 40 Park pi., Irv
ington; phone 8539-J Waverly.
POSITION wanted by married man at farming
nr any kind of work. E. A., 208 Now st.
POULTRY MAN. 8 years’ experience, wishes
position; steady worker; beat of refer
ences; married. O ., 25 Watchung av.. West
PRESS HAND situation wanted by competent
man of 28. H. STEPNBR, 33 Barclay st..
SHIPPING stock and tally clerk situation de
sired by young man, 20 F. CITO, 78 Palm
WATCHMAN—Reliable man, accustomed
i to boilers; long experience; good references,
j STEINKOPF, 4fi8 South Seventh at.
YOUNG MAN, 18. wishes position; possesses
a knowledge of two years’ experience In
bookkeeping and on typewriter. MICHAEL
K. RICKELS, 127 Baldwin st., city.
YOUNG MAN. 17, would like to l*«rn tool
maker or electrician HENRY BROOKS. 38
j YOUNG MAN. 10. wishes position nt any
thing; electrical preferred: little experience;
A1 reference. JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN, care
M. Schwartz, 11 Boyd st., Newark, N. J.
YOUNG MAN. 17. would like position learn
ing electrical work, engineering; call or
write. A. WELLS, (113 South lfith st.
YOUNG MAN. 22; wishes position at any
thing; experienced shipping clerk and store
salesman; can furnish excellent, reference;
willing to work out of town. MAX KTPPEL,
323 Littleton av., Newark, N. J.
YOUNG MAN, 23 years of age. desires to
connect with wine and liquor house; has
9 years' experience. Address EXPERT- j
ENCED, Box 6, Star office.
YOUNG MAN would like to get a position In
a garag<- as helper. OH AS. MATTHEWS,
202% Sherman av., city.
YOUNG MAN, 17. wfahea position as astdV
ant shipping clerk or at anything. LOUIS
FHIEDLAND, 263% South Orange ave., city.
YOUNG MAN desires n position at anything.
II SPUN ED Elt, 20 Boyd st.. city.
DAY’S WORK wanted; washing (home);
reference. EMERY, 79 Clay at.
EXPERIENCED cashier wishes position:
can furnish references. F. KEENAN, 32 1
South 19th st.
GERMAN woman wants any kind of work;
experienced laundress; good references. 15
Summer av., Newark.
HOUSEKEEPER, excellent, wishes, position.
Address HOUSEKEEPER, Box 9, Star
MIDDLE-AGED woman desires a place as
working housekeeper; moderate wages.
Address WIDOW, Box 47, Star office.
NURSE—Practical nurse; American. MRS.
A. TtTRTON. ladies’ nursing; good ex
perience; price reasonable; confinement cases.
f>14 Hunterdon st.
YOUNG widow wishes posltlou as housekeeper j
in widower's home. 122 Plane sc,
LOOK THROUGH THIS LIST
OF POSITIONS TO BE
FILLED. YOUR CHANCE
MAY BE THERE.
IF NOT SPEND A FEW PEN
NIES FOR A
(44 High Si., corner WiUUun.
WILSON FARRAND, HEAD MASTER. '
Reopene September 2*. 1913. u
Thorough preparation for any college am
eatenttfic echool, or for buslneee Ufa OyoS
naetum and athletic Held. Primary depart*
tnent. Number In each form limited.
Catalogue on Request. U
The Head Master will be at the Act,.dem*fe
to talk with parents from 9 to 3 dally dura
log the week beginning September 13. ,t
NEW JERSEY Eighth Year Begin*
LAW SCHOOL September 18, 191SJ
The school offers a standard three-year*^ ’
course leading to the degree of LL. B.; Cas#
evstem used; send ofr catalogue and thea
current N. J. Law Review, with ex-ftpe«l5|
d*nt Taft's address before the sehodf.' SI
East. Park at.. Newark, N. J.
MORE THAN A SCHOOL. J
August 9 to 14 we had 22 calls and fllle*
14. Drake College guarantees its service*
to be satisfactory and as good as the beat,
and better than the average business school,
or tuition refunded. All graduates placed iri
positions. Visit our schools and the employ*
ment division and see for yourself. Drake
graduates get the preference—ask any re*
liable business man. Write for our interest*
879-81 BROAD ST.,
Newark or East Orange. I •
NEWARK BUSINESS COLLEGE* ^
HALSEY AND WARREN STS.,
NEWARK, N. J
A training school which fits boys and girl*
for uaeful nnd gainful occupations; thorough
Instruction In buslneas principles, secretarial-J
shorthand. bookkeeping, typewriting, clviri
•ervlce and English. Fall term, opening dajfi
and evening. September 1st to 1.1th. Call or
write for catalogue. Employment d^partmeaV'
at service of graduates.
IRA L. CALVERT, PRESIDENT.
ST. VINCENT’S ACADEMY
Boarding and day school for young lad!***
and small boys. Opens forty-sixth year Mon
day, September 18. The academy has v*rio»T
departments: Primary, Grammar. Academic, I
Commercial and Musical. Special Instruction
for church organ. 42 Wallace pi.; take nrsnjra
A.—English, grammar, composition, rhetoric,
literature, converaatlon. pronunciation, uni
versity reference®. MISS BLANCHARD, 2<Jt
West 44th at.. New York. Phone BOdd
ELECTRICIANS, mechanics, firemen, steam
engineers, etc., can rise to positions M
power; 24 years of success proves thi*. C
C. 8., P. O. Box 411, Newark, N. ,T. O S
BERRY'S DANCING SCHOOL, i
Open evenings during the iummar t,g<
for private leeeons from 7.30 to 10> -
PHONE 7555-J MARKET.
DAVIS SCHOOL OF DANCINO
646 Broad st., Aldine Building.
Open all year.
BANJO, MANDOLIN, GUITAR, VTOLlN-n
Lessons, 50c; second-hand Instrument* for
sale. A. J. WEIDT, 439 Washington st.,
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Pianoforte Instruction, Newark, 847 Broad
■t: N. Y. Met. Opera House Bldg., Fridays,
MRS. A. M. KENNEDY,
TEACHER VIOLIN AND PIANO.
4 HUMBOLDT 8T.
FRAENTZEL ft RICHARDS, patent solici
tors of U. S. and foreign patents, trade
marks, copyrights. 746-7 Broad st., Federal
Trust Bldg. Kst. 1885. Phone 1841 Mul
DRAKE ft CO. Established 1886.1 Phona
2946 Mulberry. Rooms 510-511 Kinney
building. Broad and Market sts.
INVENTIVE designing of smftll. special ma
chinery and devices. BLOOM, 36 Steuben
*t., East Orange. ^
MRS. DREWES BRANDT,
133 MULBERRY ST.; ENTRANCE TWO
DOORS FROM MARKET ST.; LADjEfl*'
PRIVATE NURSING; HIGH-CLASS EX
PERIENCE. CONFINEMENTS STRICTLT
PHONE 8289 MARKET.
PRACTICAL midwife, Mrs. Grulch: ladles*
private nursing; high-class experience and
doctors reference; confinement cases. 61
South Orange av. Phone 5182 Market.
LADIES, consult a specialist on al! special
ailments; treated by a licensed physician?
absolute relief guaranteed, lady attendant*
charges low; advice free; hours, 9 to 8; Sun
days, 10 to 4; take elevated, subway or sur
face cars to W. <>6th st. station; only II
minutes from Cortlandt terminal, or 12 min
utes from 23d st. ferry. EXPERIENCED
SPECIALIST. 126 W. 65th st.. near Rfoad*
way. New York city. . *.
LOST AND FOUND
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I.OHT—Sunday morning on excursion t®
Highland Beach, a pocketbook containing:
money and insurance policy. A liberal re
ward will be paid for return of same t®
JOHN L. KINSEY, Firemen’s Pharmacy,
cor. Broad and Market ats.
I LOUT- Large amount of money; walk tug
through West Kinney and Prince sts.; took
i Clifton ear and rode to Peshlne av.; walked!
to house; liberal reward. M. MAN DEL, lid
Peshlne av., city.
LEATHER—Lost, on Ferry at., or Plank
road, bundle of leather. Liberal rewurd,
by returning to 99 Monroe st.
LOST—Between 10:80 and 11 a m . Thur®-‘
day, a roll of money, $34; liberal reward.
Address C. M. T.. Box 18. Star office. i
TO THE PUBLIC*—This is to notify yot*
that 1 will not be responsible for any
negotiable paper of McGowan A McCabe, No.,
320 Market street, Newark, N. J., Indorsed
by Leo McCabe, or any bills contracted by
him for McGowan & McCabe, as he lias not
been connected with the said firm of . Mc
Gowan & McCabe since July 1, 1914.
M. J. McGOWAN, JR., doing business a®
MoGOWAN A McCABE.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH,
CITY OF NEWARK.
Boarding children under 3 years of ag®
without a license makes you liable to a fln®
of $50. Apply for license to BUREAU OF
CHILD HYGIENE. Room 1101. 207 Mar
ket st. _
NOTICE OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that I will sell at
public auction, on the premise® in tb« rear
of 61 South Fourteenth street. Newark* New?
Jersey, on Wednesday, September 1, IP 15,
10 a m . one man horse belonging t® Al
fred Eltner, of Newark, N. J., for ofcpald
board him for Bald horse from July f, 1115.
In accordance with the statute in suck «:®si
made and provided.
Dated August 14, 1916. ...
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