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TKENTON EVENING TIMES, IVTOftJUAY, DEC3CMBKK 5, 1910. TRIINTON'S riXCHANOi; 1 OR R l A I , JiSTATI; For Bent. ?· Hfc ;? 1 "" A d A v e w i t h large lot on Son, ___ 12-5-St FOR REJST--BrK-k nouse on Cleveland and h a r r a s u t Avt-s. Apply Updike K -~nnf. Broad »'t. Bank B'dg. 12-5-61 KOR RKNT-S-ro.--.in iiyase with all imp r o v e m e n t s except h»at; 468 Cleveland Av«. ; $u p er month. Key at 47:. 12-6-St , For Kent, FOR For Sale. REWT--IS L a f a y e t t e A v » . Broad ' _ ^t. P a r k ; 6 room*, ;-hel, b a t h a u M a' 1 « r improvements; r-iu S 1 3 S O I ' r a n f c ' t l . S n n Mlllner. F o r s t - R K h e y BI ig. 1 2 - o - « t ; a.s rc:i FOR REVT--7-roura dwelling. 2 4 · Mercer St. A p p l y E r w l n E. M a ' - shall, room 307, ("'uminonweaHh H'-JK !--",-11* t-".on Aves; "' H f-!! p!-.. STORAGE OR SHOP R O O M -- 1 8 x 3 0 ; dry _ | and c e n t r a l l y located. Address !l- FOR RK.VT--3-story brick House. 35 j 12Q3 ' Tln ^ s oft!re 12 'z: 2t ai? f£iroVe e m e n h t^ reV^'a n^th^u j F ^. KK 5?'-fl.^on bO T O 'ove Ch ?fW^ ' S 9 V v2'5 tvl W 8 t e r rent ' E " E ' % r S°fcll«ltVv loca'toTf! an I'mS^vemelTc"-:: -J a . j A^e, 1 2 - o - 4 t ! ^ n t i, K u m ., n th I n q u i r e 1154 K FOH SAI.K- To close up t h e Ix e - t u t - \ p r o p e r t y ;tt b" U ; : ! - i 2 « - . « t ' . ' r v 1-irirk i v i t n ? ;'Oo:T5. n. . ' - . " a i t : , a i i j iSS I'lay · » . . a : '- r t a r t i e , T room* an'' If*'. ! ' n \ l 4 a ; ; . y Ol.as. B. K e n n e d i-. 55 For Sale. _ Apartment House. Great r Renting Investment. l-ooafti mi « «··",) street near the .nrsesl mi:!s i;i T r . - n t ' » n . The r«nta! ;'-r year Is IJ.OO" arid the pr!-e J:'2,"Jl ' -1 paititula's ari:! fcr Jrlven to those 'S DEATH SCIENTIST HAIfeF* MRS. EDDY'S MONflf MUSES NO SHOCK FAflMER'S DAUGHTER GOES TO CHUKCH $500 Cash _ Auctioneer. CL AR« »*· M * H W K M I M . J-iTYyf... ,,, __ Bell p h o n e « l . ; i - A A u c t i o n e e r S l - 2 - t f R O C K H I I . I . I I 4 K T . St ! BeH 1» N o r w a y A u c t i o n e e r Mrs. Eddy Born in New Hamp- W. E. Chandler Believes shire Nearly Ninety Years Ago Plumbing. · ' : xi:\v T l 'yrst- 1 2 - 2 - t f 12-5-41 z ,, FOR HBA'T--Small dwelling. 123 J e t - , ale 5 _ _ . . - . . , , . Geor r ee n H St p,, J r l v'J.' n -n'i !5 w nC |;,tf P J , ly t 0 ! K O R BJS.VT-- 222 Academy St., 9-rooTM ,·,,.·, ueorge H. Purils. ,01 W . State si. j br ; 7l{ hous) .. r e n t j 3 ,, Chas . B jon- ,,ivm i -"' s ~* i neciy, Forst-Rlr*hey BUlg. 1 2 - 2 - t f ; FOR HEXT--House. 50 Division St.: j FOR RENT--Store, iJwelHng- anl stable. ' s-i- nice bouse; good location. Apply 54] IS Curnmin.TS Ave. T. A Marphai!, IMvlsioo St. 12-3-2t 253 E. Front St. Inter-State phone 4 5 - A . * % 12-1-tf FOR REST--4-room house; J7.50 per ! -- -month in advance: within 5 m i n u t e s ' i FOR RENT--*. 7-room houses on Monmouth Street. win b u y - a S ^ - s i o r y ti-room nev ijv'j^. b a t h . s--.v*Td. v e r a n d a fared. W o r t h j; 6','0 pr'-e J" '"-'· «, s;!',".I kU'.-hen, ^.-is. .nt air beau-:-: a i l .::·.- rj',p:it». -A 1 . oii-1)t)on. !::.]u!r» · · ? ! 7 ; _ ! l«-"^l5£li_f v "- l - ' - l - * t ' SALK--E. State, near Chambers, ^-roon.- h r i r k ; I m p r o v e m e n t s p-'r* t - 7 f . o : !tult '-ash. A t k i n s u Watson." 205 \ V D k i n s o n Bids- 1 2 - 2 - t f $300 Cash -ro..'rr! h r i - ' k h o Store Location. i.rick I t r c e t i ! UK r\-r. A st I-.-, i Wi!- .jpproy.-ii Science Discoverer Left Estate of $2.000,000 S.-SIr». M former E( Nsw ! for !s«r Hamilton Ave. house, r t - a r f"!int"n can !j- convertei] into a e-'i'irt sto-f i This Is a larse h'.u»e a::d . - i . e ^ p -- S t . 5 0 0 : !« T h e prl"». l.«rpe m n r ' ^ a x e can re- i m a i n . KOR SALE-- 3 «.«..!! n« a n a » fines, -aw ai::is v, o ,_,,! B n-lHs. n«.« ai-.d ^,-., :1 . } : . d: .,, ^ · m i j e t n t e x p e r t s · on har.,1 M f s C o . «;c-»-.".-2-.0 S. i T r e n t o n . X. J. X V a ' r e i i » »7 tf i - ·. r · H · ... : Mrs sjiys ' f a t ' r.i n - n ' i l y nrK.« . f-hr'.rlsn 3rl«noe. a n - l »n her «w ..ver. Jr . -. r a.: N- - w-as '^.^ .- ?n with .* Appear" ar,!i , Im- ! , a.-.J A n - l r n w J n .-w :-,« :«h of ^v--r.:-L*! birthday. '··;.".:. --·;· -hey reported -; w- 1 ' a."1 uronc for it tilr, y. I """"* ,,, ... ar ... -- 1 KOU ot t ue ilott Works. Arend. 195 Oeutz Ave. FOR RE.VT--Store_and , X. CllJjum Ave.;-«-pe- ply W. J. 3. H. Morris. Bank " ' Apply K. E. 12-3-t£ dweiling. 235 801 Broad" Inquire T2S Anderson .St SALE--l-ocin Ave.. 7-room frame. *v!th -ill I m p r o v e m e n t s : t h i s is rheap ; at. 5^.'Ki; n-t intich cash. .Atkins ; ^"aton. "0^ W i i k i n s o u Hid)?. ll'-2-tf for smaii ho - Will Trade home on 5reen^ood oS FOR UE.VT--House in *ooJ neiehhor- ', hood, centrally_lpcated, S27^ txcu.«t "Sc; "JTSi" "nrsf'a'na setfond^ftDor flats" 1-f] _centre of r i t v . $1*1: also a -work shop. C"fiP3 K. State St. ll-26.-tf FOU SALE--Hivision St., near H a m l l - j J'I." n i'1""f!sh":' SaTimce~on mortkaK» * At-T". k i n ^ .S \V-r.tson. SOS \V!ik!i:son HidR. i: Lots. FOR REST--2}4-story frajne bouse. 912! Liberty St.; 6 rooms and b a t h ; all imnrovements: summer hitchen and I porch front: rent J14 per month in ad- I vanca. Inquire at 89 Jackson St. 12-3-tf FOR RENT--T-room house. Bismarck Ave-: all improvements, bath a n d ; heater; $15 month. % I. C. Rednor, 309 ' B. Broad St 12-3-tl Store. 143 Perry ply to W. E. Harris, 807 E. St Ap- r *-"s-« i FOR REST--"-room house; bath; 1774 E. State St: »1S-ftsonth. I. C Red- nnr. SOS Broad St. 12-3-tf FOR REST--2H-«tory frame house, 2105 Hamilton Ave.; 7 rooms, bath, attic; all Improvements: rent $1S per month in advance and water rent. E. K. Hartrin, 29 Yard -Ave. i2-2-3t FOR REST--2^4-story brick house, ISO W. Hanover St.; S rooms, bath, finished attic, enclosed shed; all Improvements. E. E. Barton, 29 Yard Ave. 12-2-3t FOR BEAT--2-story brick house, 25 Lewis St.; has S rooms; Improvements: rent J18 a month in advance and water rent. Apply B. B, Barton, 29 Tarij Ave. 12-2-3t FOR RENT--3-story brick, house. 311 FOR- RENT--2 -, unfurnished. rooms.- improvements: 251 Mercer St. It KOR SALE--Culbertson Ave. 1 square from Hamilton, 7-room brick house . for »3.:30fl; terms easy. Atkins Wat-* son, 2fl;. Wilkinson Sldgr." 12-2-tf FOR SALE--We have brick houses in e!e(catit condition at very reasonable prices; $300 cash will buy them. Atkins Watson, 205 Wilkinson Bldgr. 12-2-tf FOR JIEXT -- Would like respectable woman to take hou.sekeepins rooms and help around. Ben phone 227 E. Front St. - _ . _ , . _ FOR SALE -- At moderate prise, very , eaB *' *"."* *» K"XXJ party. fln« ne-tv lar "' ' ?!"«;» 10-room brick house, w i t h 356.8- A. i Improvements: buff brtck front: fine 12-o-tf · F° rt i co: lot 2S fee t by 150: trolleys jmss -- - . - · - - ] t h e door. Decker, 43 Hayes Ave. Take KOR RENT -- Warm, pleasant sleeping i J'TMsc?c.t St. trolley. 12-I-tf rponiR fir sentSemen: all convent -:-,,,,, .,.,, . . ^^_ , ences. 47 X. Stof-ktyu St. l2-5-4t : F ? R ** l * ! -- A beatitlful boase on a j beautiful avenue will be sold cheap FOH REXT -- 2 convenient furiijahed I .,,?. Oulck buyer: Call 302 Greenwood rooms: liirht housekeeping: . Stockton ?t. Avenue. 12-1-tf FOR REXT--2 furnished front roorna ana j back room. 75 Lambsrtort. I t f FOR RE'T-- Furnished ply 43 N. Stockton St. rooms tor i U l S 2-5.-2t For Sale. Desirable Residence. y ha FOR JREVT -- 2 rooms furnished for light housekeeDlnjr: all conveniences. . 54 Johnston Ave. . 12-5-2t " """ dairy and barn, large garden, _ ..-,,,.,_ .---e ]arg . e Jot and of - a!l Improvements; large yard; no ob-|FOR REJtT--2 unfurnished rooms;' Jection to a few respectable boarders I lieht hoasekeepine": Improvements. 17 j or roomers: rent J30 per month. In ad- S. warren St. 12-5-:t. vance and water rent. E. E. Barton, j, ' i 29- Yard Ave. . . . 12-2-3'tjFOR" RENT--2 untarnished rooms. 105: - I--. Chestnut Ave.. city 12-3-2t FOR HE-VT--Frame, residence, cor. Old- j en and Hamilton Aves.; 4 acres of : LARGE FROXT ROOM; furnished: bath · land: rent J25 a month In advance: ref- i and heat 112 Mf. Montgomery St IO-»-eod-tf Good also ne tract of about 4 pa rasas bed,' 23-Acre About .500 feet of frontage on Slain adJo!::i;!K lots. 1 a corner; size. ."0 each; pavad. sewered, curbed. 531."' ,»a-h West Statk^Street Lot. ' B e a u t i f u l corner lot. 59x200 feet deep Will sacrifice. Vv. M. Dickinson, ' Slate BH4 lrElcom«-r- Streets. I*hone» 2T3. E. B. Morris, Manafrer Real Enate Department. ^ 12-1-t£ - Tan Horn-Muii-ay's List. tSSO cash down bu^ an eight-room dwelling-, with hars'e lot and additional frrouna can be hati on easy terms If you want to raise chicken;! or have a garden. The house Is lnrge and airy, with windows on all sides. You can pay i«pr« cash down if you desire, but "iioy !» enough. Thla la a special bargain, and we want yrm to see it. Two nice . rtwei!!nps in rood 4 location for S2,gdO clear, rental $2?S per year. ExccHent ctance for" -pood investment. : ' For Rent (keys at office). Greenwood Ave., 14 Keen Pocket Knive P . u - 1 ' kind evpyho'iy knows is Ii(-s1. As h;rh as $.\QO in sterlinir silver, as i,i\v a^; 15c. for the littip follows. Special pnoo; on q u n n - f ities'to teachers fnr. ci;t^ presents. .S.AppIegateCo. /-ITS. Broad St., 'Opposite Taylor Opera House. ! i - : r.-\ '^ . l i - h r l - r:ttif!ri r.f «...;i a f _ :ti h.-ivr- ;n -i-n.-f anil «tirt'I frr.rti · f" N'.-w H : , I : . I ~ - . i r . . J u l y 35. r f ' L t J j i - r . .Mark Hak*r. w.ts a. l a r t n c r "f How.-. .ij,,[ a ,)··- if K ' - v i . i ' j t l o i u i r y ,'imi 'o!on!al iHe h-*r n i n t s . c r u-aj=i_(if s - , » t - · 'lane'i.'tcrs a n - i .*'.,- t::ttl t - v o ; pTplr-.x.-.l M H ' i K r a v f ion in ]i!!] r-m-'-mk'- !·· v. ha', i'-nH (f r* y rlr'SJ'.i", h«sr except in the law ' the ., O f herself or oth«r» ha» pre- K A M i r . T SETTLEMENT, 'tllv-rn^nt waB c r i t h - r r . ] 1 task t ' h · · - ' i ·* ! a « 57 .-....^.r. 130?, bot .-"?us*a w- coat*, remained until Nove: -li ta» i h . - v rtFf» tru- tn.iay. and w l i l ic jr. ;... T:K-.'" .ialii the' reader. t h.is v i..,-oni' my l i u t y to ,-in- I!iij:!i-'« : f i a . .VI; ^ K i i . i v (Kis»l from ' ) n r s i f ' i t !.i,i p ' t r b t » r I":?;, o'clock at ' r ''.',,''""'" " i; ' ' " " t n u t H i l l " _ 1 IH- t h h i . i i K w ,-rr- rp-pjv--d without ( sn.i, k m.} a p p a r e n t l y w i t h o u t poignant "I «!-,.,' The- . lometit of surprise was -ir-.s..;it Mother Kiidy'g physical rn n - ·litiori a n . ) her crs-at asr«" had bee.n k n o w n t,i tin- «-.)ri,l for somft year? Xr-.rur-u ar!-f th.-ro was. undoubt.-.ily, l»" , . ! i:"-r fi!!yi\vers k n e w that Mrs. ····: h:ni i.Kvavs cr!i In t h " rp* \Vashiner- j Con^or'i. he- ; M A K R I B D I N early forties G" = i"-i.ittd with K i h * thirrt son. .tnd as a rt-xalt Mar-. R.'ik' r :ind h" werp niarrl'.-l ah'riit :'i«tm.is !n I=i43. at TiHOn. X. F!. »°nt to tho South, when* paw glav^ry rti Us -worRt thfrr- t h e J u n e aft»r h«r i'» wns l e f t f a widow. Ri»- - si;-;,* an. ,-jr;:. rfi?ni*nt was paid hy her to- m^ifa .'·' i' ii^Jay. . · * "· " 'BOS not made oialy: i. Dr. S_ J. F'oater 9S ".- rftnveyed to tlse^tt-'tO--.-- t'.an Science »*ct-aSd ? i , i i . A a y a .aiv»ti constant . i h - . - . - u i . t t... and. by the assistance of | [.«;:--·-' .n.i I'tAv-orod rounsslors. had ar; ruimru for--th^---ftmit^ --wptfiir"e""bT"her" I church. rooms" . . . . 3ver St.. s-room brick. Greene, 8-rooni brick., flat, 4 rooms ercn«-es reaaired. Avenue. E. E. Barton, 29 Yard 12-2-3t FOB TCKNT--2 modern 9-room bjick houses on HlUcrest Ave.; steam heat; rent S25. Case Cain. 12-1-tf FOR ttEKT--Hotige. 402 Home Ave., $12 month: house" on Chestnut Aye., all modern Improvements, $13; near Mott Works. .Apply 3. Rablnowitch, Sffl. Beatty St. . 12-2-lmo - FLA.T--4 rooms and bath; all Improvements; 'on W. End Ave.: ill; flat, S .rooms and bath; all improvements; $10: Apply 66 "W. End Ave., estate of P. J. ·Berry. . - . 11-30-tf FOR HBKT--House on "West End Ave., adjoining TV. State St.; 9 rooms, heater, bath; all Improvements: newly decorated: $20. Apply 66 West End Ave. ; . ' · - - : . 'll-SO-'tf KOR RESfT--House -on "West End Ave., 8 .rooms .and bath: heater; all im- j provements: $15; house on West R h d ' Ave., 7 rooms anfl bath: all Improvements; $13.50- Supply 66 West End Ave.. I P. J. :Berry estate. .-. 11-36-tf FOR REAa;1^3-story brick dwellinar, 9 rooms ina-bath; 3ft Kelsey Ave., for- -inerly Xew Hig-h Str;. rent $15^ Apply Chas; B. Kennedy, Sorst-IUcaey : Store ^or Resnt. Store and iaseiiient "on ft sroc_ -ner.; centrally, locitea. and suitable-"for . any -purpose.: 1 Cook. Bros.. 133 B. Steta Street. . " . - " - · - . · " " ' - .. " ;"1""·»*·»·» FOR RENT -- Furnished rOQms; all conveniences: for llsht housf-keepfnar. 23 Wall St. Inter-State phane 172Q. ' ·· ' · · I2-3-tf FOR KE?fT -- Furnished room · housekeeping: first floor. Broad St. . Crjcocefy I*of Rent'. ', A. corner grocery complete Tvittr ioun- ters and-snelvlhg.. .Cook Bros.,CX33 E. State. -St." . .-." ... · " "., -.".; ll-26itf "FOR RisjJ'Ji-^liTf Mott St. 9 robins; ill .-Ijnprbveinents; $15- James "W; ifhx-. S24;E. - · · · · - - FOR.REJfT-^Hnnse, 17*9 Roberts . :.'all-_, ImproTrementst-^$i'2.'.: ."Inqiiire ::· Rednor. 309 ,.S.Brbaa,ySt,: - " -ROR .REanrs--Vroom'-liojMipe; 1424-.Jene - -.s.ee"-.gti iwlth: moAern 4mprov«ment9; slz;50^ per- month-: to advance^ :'Jriqiilre Tomafi: Bros.. ,:1SO-:N. "Warreni. " ; llT25.-tf . :brick;houses, As^ .sanjjlnk St.. "-East "Ifentbii; : -$tt»: j»?r month. Atmty" 236 vEr State. St" 31-2j^f for light Z1Z X. 1 2-2 -.if RE?fT--3 nicely furnished rooms; all conveniences; private family. Apply 37 Scruthard .St. ll-30-7t FOR RENT--Furnished: room; all conveniences"; for gentleman only. 224 X: \Varren_St. " . 11-30-tf HOCSEKEBPIXG ROOMS--Every -convenience:- as range: also lodsrlns?-. 463 Chestnut Ave. · - . 11-30-tf. FORREXT--:2 larg-e unfumlshed roams. 203 Hudson St, 1 block from Harr.il- ton Ave. Bell phone 1-930-D. · 11-2-1-tf, FOR REST--Desirable front room; all cooveniences. . 30 Carroll St. · · ' . . ' l-29-'lmo FOR HE7fT--Furnished rooms with all conveniences. 280 Hamilton Ave.~ . . . ' - , , . . . . " . - " " . ' . 11-22-JmO -- -, for choice, b u i l d - , in^ lotg; commodious dw-eHInjr, ^ood j o^ndltioh: hot and oold .water and l a u n - I ,_ dry; all necessary outbuildings; a b u n - 1 }*? nmout! ? St... 12" rooms..' dance of shade and fruit trees. The Wilbur, 6-room b r i c k . . above are all excellently located and tin trolley, line. Some others on list. h For Rent. I2-r»om house, oentrally located; eat: improvements. K»ys at offloe. Good Mortgages. ? 3.000 2.5 tEO.O 1 ) .135.00! .$36.00; . S9.00J . $33.00 ! .$13.50 i I Mrs. Ktt!y firms, and marriai?K a li!rth to n= . (Ji-nv^r. in S^pt'-mrt^r. M u r v Halter !)o\"r srifnt thf 1 n^xt f/w yr.,-y 3 v .-| t i, n ,. r s i s l p r A h l f f a l i anrl othfr rplativ.;« In.N'eH- tlampshirf. iLijd sfnjr ..Tie · Jinvor 1 ? family i» an lnt«r- H" b;mse!f .a a. trtse «nJ . slt r-»d m;in w i f i i ait th* hopefulness of P rns P p " ;! '^ rnlsf-r- M'ss ifery ' Tiojran iit»rnry . wnrh, with .500 .S2.000 tl.nnn Sl,2fio . S1 4 000 JOS. T,. TVATSOJV Commonxrealth sos, 11-17-tf Hamilton Avenue House. ?^ 5; Jn=t anished; 10 -rooms beside tiled tath, t ' oantry .and. laundry: Hi! Tvoodwoi-k chestnut; all floors finished hara wood; extra larfre veranda; I-arsre front and side terraces;-gus "and electric .light: hot -srater heat; lot 50i 200 to street fti reart. price low; terms easy. Inquire of owner. 116 " ~ Sti-ert- . · . Money To Loan. We ha^e several thousand dollars awaiting aooa mortgages. FK-e per 'cent t.ist Your Property With TTs If you want, to sell or fent and Bee how quickly a. tenant or bnyer la found. VAN HORST-SiL'KHAT RBAI^TT 135 E. State St. ' ' CO -, SAT,lji--At a brick- houses on ROOMS f or .124 3.. Stockton St. eentl«men. "ll-21-tf KOR RESTT^-XScely "furnished rooniB In private family; inoaern convenlehces. 217 Academy St. : - . 11-lT-lmo looms For E. Stale . -Slye mlrintes froni State an d Broaa Sts v Just,-east of Clinton Ave^ brown stone residence.; cars -pass every f«w : tnlnntes; steam heat, .^as ' and electric light, -bath: finest appointed home Inclty: every room.-newly, furnished. Sejl plione'TaS: extension In rooms if desired. ... Call or address Mrs, H."il. F-al- mer, ; S82B.- State -St., . " .- Vll-lB-tf' FOR-:-iUBNT--large- front -.rSbm; " ai! Conveniences: .M'- K Stockton ^t-..'," : ?S2. HppBIS- ~ roon J«" sas.' t .Clinton · Ave, '.^ batlt "»nd' " rooms; conveniences. ; '' ' ' ;5POH RBJrrr-^Twb nnfirnlshetl -rbojns.- "^J 1 ?^ floor., ;Call e^reT,"lf, S s. ; . SiO .a ^_. Clinton Ave..V2d floor flat- ; lf-9-tt'""' FOR REST--lOT'iSaiderson.St,--.e^.roooi'i - - ; · - . - , -. · -' -"..--:.--.. frame; rent -"$18 ; and iwater rent Gnas. rROOSIS T*OH -^RETST-- , -T^.__-J^- ^.* «.i__,-=._t.---·-.»» J . J .-.. " lyater," 308 · Acadeiny "St. FOH BEJiT^--Hbu*e, ,on ; iDresil4n Alve-, r ·"- '''"· '" near Mbtfs, J11.50 .mbntfi. I.: C. Red:nor; :30S S. Btowl ;Sfc : :-;-.;.:.".;;·· 1 r.-22-.tf X^OR " llifiMX^^-S-rOQin '-"brick"-" '"nouse.- ··"·-, Acidemjr-^St.^rent'tSZ.- Case " " " -5.E.' B«t^ Sfc : .-.-;." --";.;-v.': -_' -FOR- -i*i5HT%--rJ^ew 8-rooth- " -- -bi^". -j^Afl--xiQ -eiftCtrlCL llyhti --^ffurrtty. St. near = W.'- State,~ Charles "-W. Caril. ; Froht , and (Warren .St8.«~ : _"r, .TCl-lSrtt furnished ''-, rooms bargain. 2 separate Ceittre St.: . 1 'large ·brick. Hamilton A~W, near 6ide:r: 2%- $ory--brtok, S, Broad St. SatnT Kelly.-: 347 E. State St. · . ll-2S-tf S.*iE OH RE!fT^r327 · Spring .- "Street; IB rooms; steam heat jras fttid .·«sctrtclt.v; an modem Improvements; Co. v or '224, Spring St. . 11-11-tf . . . . to 934tX»i «tiod location) ?ent payj. Inferrirt, faxes nnd ott" prin- «pah own. R home; yon -wfU par for It *i«*o»*. yojr krnoTr It. Apply · j. H. 01 " io-ii-t? POR SAias^-Ne-wr-brick. aTCelllng; near stayTresaht ana Hermitage Aves;; loir *.'J ce 4 " e as T terms.^ William O. Moore. 14.1 E..;State S t - - " - -."',- : . 10-28-tf FOR. SAMJ-^-A non-regldent. offeirs --Z lota on-T.ftfayette -Ave., "at n- J barga!n- PPW .William (3^:Moorei 111- E: -Stttte Street- :..·-_-·;·. : .. ;;. -, .-.-...--. : ;:":ix.lpi22^tf KOR^SAfcE : 8"lot*Jter~»aie-i. ofsh- oif In- TiMn9-***?*·- on Pllnton. "Qenesee 'and WllUanv Sts.- .p.ecou lots; Broad St irarK. ; Ball phbne : --521-5f.::-,-. ,-10-4-fcf r mil ' i- , nln«-rbbiii /Jidnae with, ; ' , larg-* ' ;jrrbunds : lenty- of fruit "treeH; «or. Hlllcreat * .Calh, ll-1.9-tt FOR RKJIT-rlOr*'ooi nooae. Carteret Are.: air teprovemeiits. - Jopcp* SET. Wright 11/Jv".-State St* X tl-ie-tf ^jBrOH-B-v* 1 *^;: :- Rent' $16. on ; taiSbertoii 4 '"""~^Sif FOR RATM »· 8ui»n store, S!0 Hamilton "Avenue, : :n.ear JfaAmoih -:Gid loca- li 4^27 Monmouth St* I22.SO-S; ' " jilcrty, with -us« -of reception. rioom;' bath an/I ' -- P'hone. .' ' Ftm . Hanpver ; St,-B«cond floor room*- water? ^ath; iiat : IS " ' 8ti St\ VOIt Rjsn «· S-room - «nfl b»th brtclc -hon»».'«87 B/Xainton Ave.^ »14 month. : I. .C. Rednor. 369 S--Bro«a St. 10 r 28-tt x-roouj brie* nou-?a», -with improvements and por- «« front on B. State Street «nd H., tnintbn Avenue, n- ! BW*. · ' ro* . P. R.: B,. Shops- Sfc 'Ran* .Hl-12-tt -srlelr on p«r njei»: Jieat ana:: bath. ' ' ' - ' -- - - - «0 trtmi room and lerfbrd WinWer^a Street. - FOR -SAliTR- room . - Avea.. HHJoTest.' ano Store, . MS" --· Call at ; - state For Sale. New brick house, Cleveland Avenue, S rooms; bath and heater; |1,600.'- Easy terms. For Bent, Furnished Nine-room house. Chestnut Avenue, near Hamilton: can be renteij reasonable- for tho winter months. . 15 Per Gent. Investment. Seven new brick houses on · East Clinton Avenue; tl,600 each- Easy- terms. CHARIiBS O. TEtTNON, 'Both phones.. 135 £. State St. FOK : RENT-- New S-room house- tile -bath, pas and electric lights: Murray Jt. near W.- State St. . Charles W CarlU Front -and "Warr«n Sfs. , 11-15-tt SuDiirban For Sale. Glvts YOT7R :of a house WI^E.an, «4"mas present -,. , -;-- ^nfl_I^k -We-have only" TS acre:lots left. 20 minutes .to City Hal! ; |. carfare tn McGalUard'a LotK'White' Horse. -N: J. '.. " .". 8-19-tff IF TO6 WAlfT TO uiti any sized country home or farm, from 1 acref to. 320 acres. In Bocks Co.. Pennsu. or. '·( STercer Ce« .!». .r^ some Delaware River ' « . . front at trolley, at moderate - prices; Inland ' easv terms, or want _ farm cheap,, or small :or large ,,,,,,located Trenton house, then address'^or tak«:-Prospect St. car ana-call on Declr- er. 43 .Hayes Av-?.-" . - ..-."-'. f-i-tf Bawiu-a» St. S rtry -""«" : houses,^ jrobd, condition, £° ^ ch - - *PPlr to Olare Sonthara - St. . r " . lot on; : Warr.en:. r «.- roflmsv side aBey; .also -"1 reunJe, Av.e-. ..-Inquire 402 S. '- - - - ' =- neat«r,. . and old water, :alIey, front and . , tlcdsr easy, terma. XElnier -Goolc,- ov» ' " ' " ' " - FARM FOR SALE v*i'-exolaiilTe-TMile ot ttree of the, bent fnriua alons P*nnln»(oo titil"- .I*y-'" -Sajne -hairs'fin'e"-:bTiildin^3 and-"land. iii -.best -;state" ; bi .culttvatlow. andf ar.e ;ry reasoaablei - pffered bTr WfHILE you're in the Christmas spirit== yy think what it would mean for the whole family if you make.the Christmas gift a I-estcr Concealed Player- Piano A joy at ^Christmas-a joy the year 'round=-a joy for many years to cpqae. Even if you don't know one note Irotn another, you can play the world's best musie on the Lester. Easiest to operate be= cause jof its shorter pneumatic channels. The 6n^ high-grade piano that comes to you at,a price that is rights-a price that suits your £oc^etboolc We'll; make you the easiest of tehas. ^We*ll take your old piaho in ex* change, allowing you f a v a r a h i e : rriprAiy--:^r;g upon ·Ah«n t n ' y mm* in ui? East las; gummer. tuvT were my- guesiH at Waterloo. an-! nlR-i vls.'tnd" the?r mother S3 ·several ' ;r ; !ste ''s '* f h e existing fund. ,,. se\erai , wh i.,;, h-lonsc to M"r. Glrtv-r and bis : ily. . "They werf as satistacfcory clients -tril'.f:' th"!r ?»Ia.t!ons with their - cwansel- " t h f i r cnnJVlenco in shern as I ever ; " REI^ATTONS "The relations between Mr". Qlover Mrs. EMdy ^-ere v»ry unsatlifaci December-; ]»?, when Mr. Glover Mary sanr- Mrs. Eddy for. the last and they were ai - - - In artir]' 1 *! on her Observations 'tf siavfry in the South. She al?o tanirht sr-h'ioj. About 'l*5fl a war* of "/spiritualism swept over X?w KnK!an1, whii:h drew her attention to some extern. After nine years of \vii]»wliood MFF. Eddy was married to Dr. Daniel Patterson, a Xeu- Hampshire dentist. This marriage was not a happy on? However, the" relationship was kej*t up for 20 years, when It was severt-3 by divorce, f iio'ji .., MEETINC! WITH, QtJIN~BY: !"!".,,.,. ,, ,, ,, ,, . ,, ,, . , M ., vn ^. A notable event of Mrs." Eddy's nfe-i _"TSi"- wrld'. fir3t"oecam'p awa,r«; "of -Qj*5' was her meeting in 1882'with Pfrlneaa i. unfortunate situatirwr al Concord-.wh«a».- : Qulnby, a mesmeric, healer at the I n - | $* h ""]!?*?,,«? cl " 9lon of '·***-., Eddr -MUIV I tn.Tn.fjrvTii.1 H^fni ·*, D^^i^nj ·«» · "'Sht- 'e! to doubts whether she wo* -B*s-_ , ternatJonal Hotel in Portland. Me. i nf . or. « living, en tmbecile. .IriuiiWf t Qulnby. who was the son of a blark- w-re set on font. whi'«-h resulted"lfrw£^ L smith.-was described nt the time/of his I and Mrs. mover's roralns -East- and-the ". I meetingr with Mrs. Rddy. as a shrewd ! coajmencement nf the !!:!sra.tion. .'At'*4t-T?- little man of argumentative di^nsition , t!rae '^ r5 - ElM y ^' as .supposed to B»»fc*U and do SEred determination. Fr«m. ae- ^ X y »t\r^£ £* ^ " " ' quaintance with him Mrs. .Eddy be- C0 "-rh e laTM "it dUcl4eI"h a ; ^ came imbued with metaphysical ideas ~~ "" '" and besron a career In that direction which made her one 'of the- . .mo.st "famous of the world's" -mental healers. j . . JIrs'. Kildy. who was th«-n Mrs, Pa.t- I terson, dwelt long under the Influence j of Quinby.'s. mesmeric belief, and 1t I came to have a great, though not j supreme, "weight I n - h e r subsequent j teachings. . | Later she denounced Qinby's nieth- [·ods ahl- said: j - "I". discovered the science of mind , reading, -and" that was "enough." j .After spending: two rears in. Eort- j'land Mrs. Patterson rejoined her bus-, j band In Lynn, whefei she lived, five" I years; continuing. her stuiiy of meta- i physics. ' - TVhlle here she suffered -i i;laU on the ic« "which the.doctor said { was sever?; but from .which she re-" j covered, : she said," to one-" night. ft f ivas this incident that led directly "to i the "promulgation" -'of heir" discovery of. : Christian Science. ·-.../'·'·- over -Jl/s'O.'X'O. and "it was the trustees aborsi four days after? law suit bcsan. aria, its 'safety "" Ihere.by bwn made certain, the-'l cecflinss were dropped, and, a tl the settlement ot Decejnber, I9OT, ried out by Mrs. 'Eddy, but rear completed in I90S, was made."" " Member of Curt Declares Mov«« ; ment Has Not Lost Actu*f : Leadership No 110 I Free with the ; Lester we 12 Drolls of musiCi ^I?ench: ahd scarf. "Gome Mii'aiid see theMew designs^ CUT OUT -AJTO MAIt THIS F.%MORTft CO, ' "St. -' ! TSir Thsty; .ron3, rnei a.- cprnpiefe ..description of., your I^ester concealed' "playeT.' piano,, also details of -dasy-paymeTit plans . without 1 iht.errest o-r" extras.."-". -Nanis ............ : ;.»..,..;' s ,.t..',.- . Address-" . ; ..·;,,.:»...·..:;.-»;-,'_, -. ' . »AX.B^Farm, : 12 tnnes f roni" ton.- ;100 acres; lie w buildings: -· " " - - " . XJttettnut; Ave. for s: nice /oomt ; M N. ' ** f Uf i.tihea r*4,J»: Street FOR RE.\ Street - . flat ;ln»|n)Ir»S8g;E. State .. .^war* " Co, ' «»t -»*. »«* .. IOS* St. -it; »«W«T connections. - Work* ylrtr It FO» - - nlences, Ufa*- «tK offers 8 Wefct End B*Ut«. :: ---- - . - . , - i 4 room*; «« »« 20 a FOR ir-f-tt tSS^Z its water . furnished; -- H. C. Valen- »d -W, State ; - . . . · - - , - - " - - .;' . 12-5-tf '**'£--,·B r »«h«Ior Apartment."' «nd b»th, Jn the Aleda- el »team ^B*at^ cor. Hanover and r.-to Jaattor-or i-Z8-m,w.B«a-« vator, f ^ TM telephone 277- FOR bath, . cor. Hanover «.u telephone I77-A. for «^t-.=«aBS5SS.-^ all modern con- to JaBltar, Aleda, venlenees. Apply · and ro* ."f-lj-tf T - Offices To Bent. and . fnvestmejit ' o'nl . 'Are.. 3 brfsfc hoases- rent -. ,.»! 3.50- each;.- rfor-J^EOO-; nea Southard, .St- vCBft3,.-B.:- Kennedy. 2 " : '"·;--., 11 *2±-t -l n - MT5CCA OP SCiENT-rSTS. The little house on Broad Street,: i-n Lyitn. where sha Ityed at.this tlinej is a. inecca ; of Christian Science pilgrlina ! " : from all over the- world- today.. .It -was ] 0: f ;in 1S7B, nine years after .the discovery,j. "MrsEiidv~wa» the discos '--that--the first edmon. of - i . - . - . - . . M ^"Health" "was .ptiMishef]' ) chapters of the · mantjacript '-, tf?h jri' an --'. upper -· robin UStreet- hou?e. i " In 1877 ifotir years .after her -~ Irorh i|r. Patterson,: tfie .. PA., Dec. 5,-^ to. the death--of Mrs, 3E»r .. the ioander of the Chrlst^TJ-^Scli' Church, the {'Tllosving statemeht^WMP* last night ' Frank." Beg." o£:f*t««;:-:"-: bi!cafion for ^ fiewVSeU«f was rnarried' to" As4 -ho{ ( - however, i -perponal -. .she-.wa«; personally: -teio?v.i -tvvcijr fe-Wof"her;fJ5llosrers,:"-tJ)e J«' fo'tcw~f\t ti "'«»fc'""' joritv- -·aawiag'..nnWtalge of" .nttr : --«^*'^ throaeh h«r:-writings;.:.- ,"- .."-·.V.^'.i^.rij-r^efeiSi - - _:«rh h*r: writing^ ../'This was' in aceordance. -wits-; .sir? an:d parpose and in-freeplng j^achlninvTchicIV tpr^led- to'all "' «way ffom depencteacei. on -Gilbert Eddy, .in tne Interval sne^isd j been adrhiUed- into the Congregational- J-')Icnpminatlin". and baptized. - - t I ". Jirs. EdTdy. established-iher'MasaacliUr ... , J .,.. isctts Metaphysical College'in Boston in l.to" pt^rsona!-.--'.d'omtjiatia^. atto?''te 1 ! :1S81'. 'Her teacnings";"\vere : tiken up! rt«viIopraeneif. the- laf;gest.-:deS-.__ _. (and accepted/at tirat.t f a. low. follow^-i *'Y^"wHy to flie. student. yaerMe^: ^, f.*rs- aha As years, went .on,-by;,a .larger | ^a ^e£ ; PrlQclp??; ??^*? r - *^? »- ':anti'. larger -number, until the -denbml- ).· .'.-Thtw,-. wBile: the 'Christian"Xlj ^-Kew-_HlKH - St, - a" ^sto'ry "b'ric"K"wif i s Toonts,""..-bata;" rantre' aiid"-'lot : .16x12: jest. Ch'as.r.---Bi": Kennedy. : 26- Rlcner Bldjf. "- -·-----·.--.-·.-. - FOR 8AI,E--}iic6tf «Jttd rcc--t "market, · - flwellliijs,/ »ter«- "Juia "barnv 4n= Bas Tretiton;. a =bar»*lttt ea»y tetius. Wit- llam ,G. Mbore,; HI E. State.St. 10..: w R. jsesr OTI SwIM*. St, -..-PaiHi" ' -- "- at, :coo __ A»e.-and ir^jrf others. Hotcnlnsbn. 4 S. Broad St i-S-tf --- SATLE fZ.SOO « O w O 7 « u l bur. 1 of those bcantifol home» .on south Bldo or W. Hanover SL. above CaHtotm. Slg- , ler/ Printer, 108, E. . ^ St. »-M lg- -tf T - beaoti for home; In perfect condition; lar»e lot: modern eon-srenienoes; at ' " star* _ i ln=.«»oa location r (mltable flats. Apply B«n phone jiss-A. 19-I line of Gold Silver V^aiches, Biompads all Muds of J oae-qiiaTter Seal All ITnredeemed Pledges. The Only licensed Bawxibroker in th%City. -V-X',.; ; Toi: be.held; west ^Street; CkKd»; aJao. soiiift .Rosh- Oaalrs ai»d'-«ther Antlaaes. -"" -.cash. "- ~- - - " - · " : " . I2^*"-Zt w. A, Fifth Floor, B.-«d St. B**fc Money To 11-4-U TO tOAX en bonj and B Mr-.«ent Interest. 147 E. State St. .teet" loitg "wltb-,8 sockets tod"10 eofored fanrpr $3^5^- " / * - . :: -.Battery' OuCflt--S lamps; silk e»ra," ; 3- 'JTj- ceils,: batwry- box" STrtteh, ready:toJtyht $350, Get Our Catalogue. - - " C? Open ;,evening s Until 9 P. M. · : T*y1or Opera .House BuHdmg. 12. and Subsequently ^Jaigf. edtflc^ was ereet- ;:Sd "in; thfs-cftj-,- of .-which she"-was made ·j pastor emepittaBr. Her wrlttngs at this ; tirhe became veryvoluminoi» "and"-'sfier J S.coniributec! Jiargeiy to Ore rGBristJan fScieftf.fi: journal, the Christian ·««'*---- ea tineK'ahd' Der . " " ' " iBer;'CI»ristiari " ' in" '-.--'_ BKSlfeEXCE IN f -Alrsi -EdIy took an Ker {.Concord In: ISSafitl it:was j in"'Pleasant:?Vlew"-ih'at-sJi.e wTttch'ed t:;» fsreat grb^tfi.-of Ijjer.Jjftnomlnatinri^n^ JTesceSy.ed. nfahy"- cntftasisisitf -followers, j finjtily Hie \hujnbcr of Ivisiidrs' became i so 7 large :that. _sfie ; -- i 'srstsi-.Tqr\efd"-to : ."isle i tetn .to eoasc ttieir calls. Nevertheless t Tar^e- deiegafion9"t:^nUj)U?(5. to. go.uji'fh* ' Slerrintac Rl.ywa'Bd iii.Jurifei lS03,..ten : tb6aaandr."" : .CHHaHan.:''Sc!entist'S.'.'visited -Concorft an3 "heard a few:, words front Money WanteST 5i J2.500 at Jl^per cent for 3 or J.yeart, first mortgare on farm of' «fi acres;, situated on Sew Brunswick "ornpike'3 miles from Princeton. F H. i ""reenian, Mon mouth Junction. N J R.' '. D. No. I. / : Il-4-lmoi rAff-nsu ll.OOO on"-Brst tnortr*s«: briclc property worth S2.500. Address '-32«, Times oflce. " , t-tsttr OK business property worth doable. Address YrZS4, Times office. 1-M-tf Own Your Own Home :\ We help them that help themselves to own trieir ov»u home by secuiing one of those np-to-date, 8-room, 2%-stutjr brick hoases with an iiuproveiiients, inclndwig laandiy in basement, now l^ing erected on Sotrthard Street between Princeton MM? Brunswick Avenues. .These hotises con be seytured by a small sum. paid dowu and baj*mce on easy monthly payments. . - . Houses open for inspection every day, inclosing Sunday. Agent on the grotind. For farther infonuation apply at the : office of the - GOULDING RFAT-i 1 Y COMPANY 730 So«4»»«'d Street ' 12-8-S-St - . . ., . . the last years ot Mrs. life in Concord - there was a rta^ rontrn-ersy ofer her Identity and for -scvetsl da-ys--the- city -.was .;n5Je.4- wltit .reporters ara-.viV thero on-the : ch'arge llat BnotJur Ttfrsfm wai»!tapcr^pttEU::g. her. irs- E-lrt.t" w-"i« ^hfi«p?dk't"- ":dift-jt -hfrsclr to.a 3ur- of Tiewsjiap^riDeij. 5Jri». "E'tify took Uf 5i«" residencp at C!w«tnflt-Hilli "-S'e'wsofl.-'.in a lars» stone Jioiise, in 1908 anel therp her last "day* RroTisiOn : alreay ; n n j n t e r r o p t « a i j r y agencies of .the . . whose aftatrs. are .31 as' JB : - hece*sar¥i ·cratic ; orgartrzatlon, - , :. feaeKed . Rood inen and-, wamen who under; azj^adersnip tait ' as: trothvapd .as-'tjadslnff.: -.. ~ -There ; -win : be "to .occasion. =-for tlH^ lection 7 of at- successor to Mrs-. Eddy --'· nolhiOK jf = tSV hin4 will be 7 sneoT itnr~- ^ The ; "Board xif Cireciors »t ; Btwtnrt reserrt the t^achte/ss " g free ."from -~adtiiteraHon; -and .branch ·· organizations - throogbont world win doubtless continue ihelr local affairs acBoWtngr "to raajdi-;ty of -ttefr CHtCAGO. I)sc; .75.- Federaj. Coiirt Has" rA jury te ''ft found It a seemins 1 ?monotony, which 3 -friends said -a-as consumed niostly". in constant-~.study. " . ; - From a-'winiton^ at Chpstitiit HfT vo»M Jw-.se*-n the white dome: of titft *hris!lan Scl«iee Tethple. planteti lesidf. ihe litlle mother c-hnrch» founded thirty years before. wJifrh SUES DR. PRJCE OF LECTURE TICKETS CIXCIXXATL IVe. S.--Dr. Frederick ;4. Cook, erstwhile "f{ the North Pole, has be« stied for $!· iiwre by F. Creorjre Mohr. »«otiftte ·Hiibnr of a trade paper. J 5tohr $1.5 for four tickets, and. took a party of fripnda to hear Doctor Cool« "a he- UH-turefl in Cincinnati' last -fait "It's just the same as if t;hsd to market and bousht cngs.whlch represented toj«e as fresh ^rhen " wrre rrally -rotten," explained Mohr. "Thafs why the money'which was paid on the theory that Doctor Cook had really discovered the North Pole should fee returned." THIRTY DAY* FOR CLARK. William Clark of .Newark wa» »ent to the \VorJchous«'far thirty days by Justice Harris, In Central Police Court thl» Ttforn Ing. for being 1 drunk and disorderly S« ' day otebt at Of £^t*nrlse Hotel, D -- f t StlMt.. . Semmeint of juore ' than .SISO.OOO in: teiiial rcreaue tfties lo the ope. :of the- niluols Fruit pany.- : ', --,: It appeared th« the teudwl tj'condon«.tbe EWSPAPER of Max Bron««ft» and S^arnuel .. -accused with "¥*riiHlel. - -Ttinang to Harry Parkin and ry Prewnan. ^j« "Distant dteUl tomeys. JoTre T-^ndts asked: the Ctoverntocnt decided what to done in the matter of couiprc tftis ctlme?**' ·- - · " **I have not yet heard," . "* torney Freeman. .. "VFeB. I'll not WMjtence tM til I hear resardlnic thl« If th* Secretary of Ihe :Tl" money from Weiss stein and Unns tlie^ti kK»s eration of giettajjr some" I'l! turn Frlnrtel loose and th_ get -a dollar from him." LANG PROVED HIS INN Thomas Lane rf TO North waa Art-AlsfntJ bWor* Justice rooming in the Central Poll a charge of atealing It from nf 237 Pearl Street. A It bill · lis pocket when he was _« owms hJa aif.est by P*Uol rat he denied that the afos '' *r. Tldd. I-*' · - - ·- - he wit not ·! iWSFAPERl

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