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..atW in memory 6f tliCItAnD
I lis YIFB AND SONS, Qnwyd, Va
R"Mtn-On February 11, 1918. ROB13RT
(WSSoTwiwawt Brown an the late
?i.r Balfour. Due notice from hl
reiSfliwc" 283 E renn '- am'n
fe3Vn,R. - On February 11, 1018.
W'KJPh i onOHOD, sen of. Thormia F. and
Sn'4s n.liwoar. Funeral on Mondav, ixt
lAS'm? from 2237 North Bouvler t.
L.V filch Am al "ur.wmy "V .S '
fW2 J it 10 a, m. Interment Holy
IKw Cemetery. .....
PS. BrtADLEr. Relatives and friends
KfrnVfied '"na '.neo',unn".B',"",.S':
rt2 5Slr"'n. & ilcOSw ST A22 Kent
y1 lwrd. P. interment at Coatesvllle,
Snrtt Bt. retereburg-, Flo., on Febru
wBfTai5 JOSEPH O.. nunuand of Adel;
rr . '"'"'.ij ..- i I ho 1nl John H. and
it.HftV M. Clark, "itelallve., and friends
iSi7trrnoon. at 2 o'clock, at 'the
SSSmbU of OIIer II. Balr, 18-0 cneatnut
IST-fiSCSl ff.' E."ilo.pltal, on February
5?.1?!?? TLDEIli' J. COLKITT. aon of IIllll;
IWifii Tr and Mary A. coikiu. unerni
H,n&.. on (Saturday' t ft a. m at funerftl
RSSSeiS of John '(l. 'Klmmerle, 1001 South
?SBSa"Jt FSrtlWL 'rvt;(1on onday at 2
"- - ijL unurcn, vjin.eiiwn" - hi
Kirint MfrUlOQIll iUpiBWVHi riiiufc-.j,
HST n. , fron."l" rwld.nce of MrftLaur--&,
TIM Edmund St., Tacony. Interment
IHSff" n- P.hrnnrtf
., ,,, t InMGin
''PSuTCH. husband. of itargaretGlveraon
' ft.R Vunernl on Monday, nt 2 p. m
2"i family realdcnce. 3443 Pine at..
. ffttlrt Ceme eryV Camden N. 1,
i-,ffi-At l.taukct. L. I., on Tue.day, Feb
I '. tiu It ANNA, wife of the Rev. T. J,
IfrlJPand I daughter of Lydla and late. Al-
gAun rii- , iiaiativ nnd rrlenclji urn
Kbarva ."r.,r:j .,,. rimnil without fiif'thop
SSla? it the I'rcibyterlan chapel. Newtown.
EK7 county. Pa., on Friday. February
!r i f:U p..m. interment ai nowiown
ftSmewry. Train for Newtown leaves Read-
,S?Tirra'lnal at 1:23 p. rr
nn 11th Instanb
t.-iiii at St. John's cnurcn. saiuruaj
P fflj at Olsb precisely, Interment prl
?rtt. - n........ 11. mm. MAttOAnirr
SB,KioJwoT Edmund"6. 'Ford.', 1-uneral on
HOtwftT. ni - , fn-h I nut mi. Pil. Intr
lirriU'lA Cemetery. '
IWE It., wife of Francis O. Oallawr. need
ItitMri The relatives ana friends are In
irlted l td 'attend the funeral servlco on satur
ffSSneoB at 2 o'clock, at her late residence,
I wu iliitl ave. Interment nrlnto.
avJo" February 11, 1015, MA11Y DltAD
A"Sn widow of Dr. ThonJis Hay, In the
fSfy?of cr aao. llelatlvca and friends
llSriatlted to attend tho funeral services, on
iffloriVy? the 13th Inst., nt 2:30 p. m., nt
mW "flnifhurst & Co.'s, 38 North 11th et.
s18i8Siii5S,",Abw ". 1B4 V'i-
fiiruMW "ail North lloivard st. Duo notlco
flllfTansral will be given.
IoSEft-On Sunday, the 7th tiny ot Feb-
aIrairt 1910. ai uenver, ui., wiib ,niv
ln IO-JE3. daughter of tho Into John T. and
iPriiu Jenes. ased 73 yean, Interment prl-
E 5tt at Jtount Morlah cemetery, rnuauoi
Sfthu! on Monday, February IS, at 11 o'clock.
ttAKSNEH. On February 11. 101B, at his
iit? MiliJence, 122 Herman St., Oermantown,
f OMIWD W. KAIWN-Bll, In Ills 72d year.
I'rUDtral services on Monday, at 2 p. m In
rSrSSilM. B. Church. Main and High sts.,
iSrmantown. Interment Ivy Hill Cemetery.
K0CII. After a brief Illness. THOMAS
!T JACOB, on Wednesday, rcbruarv 10. IBIS.
t IVMrtf services at his lato residence, 443
llimllton St., Allcntown, Pa., on Saturday.
i rVhriiry 13 at 2 o'clock. Relatives and
V M.iS. Invited to attend. Interment private.
flAi'8EB--On February 11, 1018. LOUISA
LAUSER. Funeral on Monday, nt 2 p. m.
'SSatV.st Laurel lllil "cometery:
.IflDOE. On February 11. 1015, EMMA ADH-
1AIDE, widow of William C Lodge Servlco
tt Her late residence, Claymont, Del., at .1
1 o-clwlc. on Saturday, February 13, 1B15. In
j tercisnt private.
fcOBATlI.-On February 11, 1015. PATRICK
on MoniJsy, at 0 a. m., from M18 Stllea st.
Solemn i" High Mass of ilcqulcm at St.
firvN nhursh. at 1(1:30 a. m. Interment
? Et. Andrew's Cemetery, Newtown,
UelTILUAMS. On Fobruary 11, 1915,
S.AIAKI J. "I" vt A,.viA-n uibiiuimiiDi
f ranrral on Monday, at 8 n. m.. from li.'12
i UcClellan t. Solemn Requiem Mass nt
Ctiurch of bt. Thomas Aquinas, precisely at
EtJO'S. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
MmrararKflKH. At Newnort. R. 1.. on
IkFebruary 11, 1015, GUSTAVK A. MUDNCH-
OTJONNELL. On February 11, 1015, MARY
f A. CTDO.NNELL.. nirornl on Monday, at
H8J0 a. m., irom ncr nue resiaenrr1, ti..:
Efltrird ave. Solemn Hlsh Mass at 10 a. m.,
5n Mother of Sorrows Church.
BlCHiltDS. Suddenly, m Los Aneeles, Cal ,
Koa february II, HUB, JACOli H. RICHARDS.
t'o: Atlantic City, In his Ulst year. 'Relatives
ftua friends are Invited to attend funeral,
f fcittmUr, February 13, at 1 o'clock. Resl
t ttntb. South Carolina avenue and Uoardwslk,
it!ntir City, N J. Interment Pleasantvllle
llCemetery. Train f'om Broad Street Station,
HUaaelphia. 0:40 n m.
SOBINSON. On February 11. 1015,
ARTHUR E., husband of Isadora. C. Tlobln
, sea. Due notice of funeral 'Will be given,
from his late residence, 4385 Laurlston St.,
ISCnoETFLIN. On February 11, 1016,
LJ0HN H., husband of Caroline Schoettlln.
1 Funeral on Monday, at 2 p. m., from hU late
I mldrnce, 4301) Qermantown ave., Nlcotawn.
flotermtnt private, Oreonmount Cemetery.
KinEL-Suddenly, on February 11. 1018.
J-KIMA E.. widow of Henry D. Seldel, In
if-bar 62il year. Services at the residence ot
jjjbw son-in-law, Dr. Frank E. Stewart, 11
,. Pbllellena st., Qermantown, on Saturday
afternoon at 1:45 o'clock. Interment nrlVRln.
I ' Wilmington, Del.
I HHON. On February 11. 1018. OEORQH
It W hasband of Emma D. Simon and son of
!! late John Simon and the late Mary
jttowaiae, Funeral services on Monday, at
fllh.n., at his late residence, 1803 Cast
I Siiiittanna ave. Interment private. North
.War Hill Cemetery.
I BTMDUh'O At Mt. Holly. N. J., on
Jebroary 11, 1015. Samuel a. Stiadllns.
Ufmeraron Sunday, February 14, at S p. m.,
IRfrem the residence of Mrs. Minnie Dlllett,
.V? .purway St.. Mt. Holly. Interment
ITlim. On February 11. 1915, KATE, wife
tef Michael Turfy Due notlco of tho funeral
v i .Mr,V,,ven 'rom ,llB resldenco of her hus-
,TIEaELL. On February 11. 1018. DRIDQ
fgr, nldow of John Tyrrell, lineral on
ty. at 8 30 a, m., from the apartments
jet Ollrer H. Balr. 1B20 Chestnut St. Solemn
IJeqttlem Mass ut St. Patrick's Church at
"fca iniermeni at xtoiy CToss cemetery.
J5,1W3' u" renruary ju, mm. juiiri
a WALTERS, In his 07th year. Relatives
UJ friends alao Progressive Assembly, No.4,
A a M. P., and Sth district police, are In
Wed to attend the funeral services, on Sat
yxoar afternoon at 1 o'clock precisely, at
M i crlYate parlors of George Chandler Paul
k Bona. 1S11 N. 13th St. Interment at-HUI-We
Cemetery; 1:60 p. m. train from Co-
.WALTON. On Fehrunrv 11. inlK- HAMTIB!!..
ifwt el I tho late Edwin and Martha K. Wal-
iruneml Rnn'la. nn (Li,iipHiv a.
St.. 'St his brDthera realdenpA. idkl TArkni
nnni, at Frankford. Interment Oakland
JVHiV.oMORE. On February 11, 1918. VIR.
iniA a., wife of Frank Wlldemore. Rela
jtrea ana friends nre Invited to attend the
rttrl aervlces, on Monday afternoon, at 1
clock at her late residence. 140 West Lou.
K!?n!Ji Oermantown. Interment private.
JTBIOllT. In Norrljtown.' pa., on Second
ifSV?,D'"" ua- Utninst., 1813 ALFRED
I'.iuiaa, jr., eon oi Aiirea v, ana .iano
llaoinas Wright, aged 10 years. Relatives
jaa titeDds are Invited to attend the funeral,
cafarenth day. 13th Inst,, at 3 o'clock, from
Mots' residence, 82 Bast Elm st 'Norrls.
ea. Interment prtvaje.
ftj CLASSIFIED 'RATES
DAILY AND SUNDAY
ffffS STYLE TYPE (or like this)
! Jassrtiona In a week.,.. 120 per line
iKiYti 'vu",'u. "ions.,, auo per line
Kift ia wanUd. hfea Jnser.
y . ncA ..,.,,.,,,, iva per line
illS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
llwaffiS? te,a11 classifications except Help
ft Boarding and Rooms,
I.C;., vnriion zoa per line
liS.fe"10"? ".B week.,,, iTHoperllne
IliaMfif, ' baaed on agate jaeaeurement.
fia I. """vJSB-elther paper
f ft ,,,,,,,,,, I.W
3 ( UA1LY ONLY
? ' In BffKit Dicembtr 1, Jill
41" CflXfmWATT-M TJAITTJ-
BlT12rn2 $ tb """""S h
pf ----- -
EVRNINr: I nrtritan
ttjS . .. '
gjj su ceau per line net to rates glvta
llaSfiMS1l?,t, ,,BijyATION3 WANTED
ilIPKjSST1JN T1'B PUBLIC LEDGER
ft 13 a drtie stnr- near vour
?$ will accept Ledger want
EWttt young; lady; neat peatuan. pref-
M. S Mlim aSSTTkaMtf Cent-
CDXiniCS-The Commercial Depart
ment at Ledger Central has been re
ceiving calls for experienced clerks
and typlits to hot miss this op
portunity to, flic your application
fllth Miss Dean, as Ledger Adver
tisers are greatly benefited by this
lIOUSBWORK-airt, Oermnn.spoaklna: English,
for general housework, plain cooklngl Rood
home and wages to rlirht party: no washing)
""'"' v iiipii m.t ucrmantqwn
M?fIt?,rl.IfiT experienced, alto marcel waver
with trade. Address J 44, Ledger Central.
t...- -,... Philadelphia. January 30, 1015.
Dear Miss Dean. Ledger Central:
Please accent my alncere thanks for secur
ing me position as bookkeeper at compensa
I will o very glad to recomend you and
your department to thoso seeking employment,
as you have certainly given ma very klni
. 8. L B,
SALESWOMEN Wanted, experienced sales,
women for coats, suits and dresses, accus
tomed to selling hlgh-claes garments: no
other need applv good nay and steady posi
tion for the right parties. H Ml, Ledger
STBNOaitAPItEns AND DOOICJtEIDPEns
,,I?va,.'ou em M'ss Dean at Lodger
If not, call and become acquainted with
her. She will give you good advice about
securing positions and aid ou to locate a
The Commercial Department Is constantly
securlnr positions for girls who haye ad
vertised. Avail yourself of this service. It will pay
ou, and In all probability secure a good
pwiiwi ior you,
WANTRD Thoroughly competent girl for gen
eral housework! Clermnn or Swedish pre-
"iicu, tpi'iy nua poum win at.
WANTED Lady solicitor! refined proposition.
Eugsne O'Connor, 1723 Chestnut St.. 2d floor.
WORKINO rORBLADY to taKei oharga of
.xv.iiitiiR- iic.w kwub iivin loom; aiaio age,
wages, references and experience. L 145,
HEM? WANTED MALE
iDRAUOHTSMAN-Wanted, a first-class man
familiar with boat practice In hydraullo
Presses and almlllar machlnory. Apply Box
D 222, Ledger Office.
EXPERIENCED solicitors, reliable, at once:
Clean, live proposition. 230 Land Title Bldg.
SALESMEN We can Use three bright, aetlveT
good-appearing young mon, 25 to 30 Phila
delphia references, for city sales work; sal
ary to start, with commissions added In
from SO to 00 davs: permanent: state ago.
lines handled and whether now employed.
.... vna u iu, farmer muce
SALESMEN Wanted, experienced men of good
addreaa calling on Institutions, hotels and of
fice buildings with line of soaps and soap
powders; commission only. II 048, Ledger
SALESMEN Wanted, experienced men of
good address to sell line of soaps, etc., to the
real drug and Tocery trade; commission
only. II 040, Ledger Central.
SIDD LINE men wanted; oxceptlonal'oppor. to
men calling on hospl., Inst. H 050 Led. Cent.
SOLICITORS. Catholic for a magaxlno pre
mium proposition; big money for the right
man. Room 814, 029 Chestnut.
WANTED A FOREMAN FOR NOTTING
HAM LACE CURTAIN FINISHING ROOM
CONVERSANT WITH BINOER AND COR
NELLY MACHINES. WITH ABILITY TO
DO ALL FIXING APPLY BY LETTER TO
THE SCRANTON LACB CURTAIN COM
PANY, SCRANTON. PA.
WANTED Colored couplo, CO cars old. sober,
honest and with good references; wife to
opok and launury; man muat understand
cows, chickens and garden: a permanent post
tlon In n small family for a reliable couple.
J 42, Ledger Central
WANTED Young mnn about 20 years of age
for tho textile business to bn trained ns a
nalesman, small salary, to be Increased when
ability Is proved, one without previous busi
ness experience and a resident of Philadel
phia preferred. P.01Box 188(1.
WANTED Foreman for laco curtain mill!
man with experlenco preferred; state salary
expected. M 322. Ledger Office.
WE need more men to take care or
lnoroaeed business. Only requirement,
natural ability and willingness to put
In time (two weeks) to learn our sales
mi IhoJs. Wo must deyelop 10 district
managers In shortest poslble time and
want men who can quickly work Into
executive positions. Remuneration on
jirollt-shnrlng hasls. You will bo backed
by another SIOO.COO advertising cam
paign See full-pago nd Saturday Eve
ning Post Issue of February 13.
Call between 0 and 10:30 a m.
FKANTZ PREMIER ELECTRIC
L. D. Uerger,
50 N. 2d et.. Philadelphia.
YOUNO MAN of icOnement, not under 23
years of age, college graduate preferred,
must Ijo experienced correspondent, to In
vestigate and adjust automobile accidents of
nil classes; good pcsltlon'for man ot ability.
Reply, stating age, reference and business
ability, M 323. Lodger Office.
YOIINO MAN to assist In' office: muat under
stand stenography and bo quick and accu
rato at figures; state age, experlenco and sal
nry expected. D 220. Ledger Offlco.
YOUNG MAN wanted. 18 to 20 years, at a
prominent hotel newsstand; experienced,
with reference. M 784. Ledger Central.
SITUATIONS -WANTED EEMALE
BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, capable cor
respondent and office assistant. II 840, Led-r-er
UUUKKUKPBR, EXPERIENCED, FIRST
CLASS REFS. II U42, LEDGER CENTRAL.
CASHIER and bookkeeper, 7 years' ex
perience, accurate, reliable; will make
good If given an opportunity; moder
ate salary. II 850, Ledger Central.
CASHIER Hotel, restaurant or mercantile
business; thoroughly exp. H 848. Led. Cent.
CHAMBERMAID Colored girl wishes position
as chambermaid or plain cook. Call 811 N.
Fern it. Phone Poplar 1743 W.
CHAMBERMAID and waltresa or chlldnurm;
Swedish Protestant girl. I. 412. Led. Office.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress desires pos,;
experienced: beat ref. 623 N, Taylor st.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress, exp., wishes
position at once best ref. Phone Tioga 8412.
CHAMBBHWORlv or waiting: exp. Scotch
Prot. Qln. or Cheat. Hill refs. L 413. Led. Oft.
CHAMBERWORK and walt'g; exp. (white)
and thor. comp.; refs. L 433 Ledger Office.
CHILDNURSE, experienced; Protestant: care
of 1 child preferred. Phone Walnut 2780 W.
CHILDNURSE (colored). Main Line preferred;
exper. : peat rain, n n. facugcr uuiuB,
CLERK, typist: quick and accurate with fig
ures; fam, with advertising and newspaper
work: dea. responsibility. II 584, Led. Cent,
COMPANION or practical nursing: seml-lnvalld
or aged couple L 410. Ledger Office.
COLORED WOMAN wants washing and Iron
ing to take home and day's work. 022 S.
n.u .. Mtnna 1 nllN 9TT T1
U,1I . w.. -.. ,.. -.
COOK, good, wishes position: best reference.
ll;l. logger urancn. uiu" uBunmnuwii uve.
COOK and chambermaid. German, wants situ-
mion: iirm c,o. nnniivta. ..,. ... uiii.
COOK. Oerman, experienced, dealres position;
hwE li. apts : W. Phlla. D 130. Ledger Pit.
COOK, first class, In all branches (private
family); highest refs. L. 410, Ledger Office.
COOKINQ and downstairs work; colored wom
an; peat rsierenccn. iiju i..ycmcr at.
DRESSMAKER, exn., wlahes day engage'nts;
terms mod.; remodef. 2020 Arch: Loc. 8633 D.
DRESSMAKER wlahea engagementa by day or
.work at home. Phone Dlcklnaon 3344 X.
i nt .ran T uQ a , Mmmntnn! lunnin.nt n via.
Ring, can teach Frenoh Oer. and elementary
branches, rouale. Box HB.Haverford.Pa.
GOVERNESS, vlaltlng; educated" Gar. glrlj
help olderchlld'n with studies. L 417. Led.Off
SfbUfiEWORK of cooklng(colored), first class,
MC .n,! k..l rf.- lOii Dlcklnaon at.
1JOUSEWORK by day" washing, In or out.
oeiuei. ,,m hwwot m
TNFANaa NURSE, capable i" hospital exp. !
dr.s ref.; country pret I. 418. Lad. Office.
LADY'S MAID Young , qcrman girl, mani
curing, shampooing, hatrdreaalnr, embroidery,
LADY'S MAID and acamstreea; first class!
comp. and beat refa. L 411. Ledger Office.
MR. EMPL5YER: . . . . .
Are you In need of an experienced book
keeper, stenographer, clerk or office aaalat-
Do you know where auch help can be
Yea; at Ledger Central.
Call up Mlaa Dean at Wa nut 8000. Bh
Is In char of the Commercial Department,
and has a yery complete Hat of high-grade,
experienced glrla seeking poalttona. This la
a. free ervt to Ledger advertUerf.
Olvl It s. trial, and the outcome will be
SEAT c"ipra4 girl wishes poaltlon. general
hnnaawork' atay nkhts. 8034 Reno.
BEXnSTRESS wUhes worki will aaaiat with
children or chamberworki speaks German,
-l l. ., .. t 1..,-....,.. kloh
sgrtduate: wlllm to learn: good op.
Krtunlty preferable lolil.h saUry. H Wt,
(STEN6aRAPHER. 4, years' xp. i.buslneaaand
Klgh oo, education, knowledg. of book.
itecptmti isey .. e--. -j
woiiiiT modtrata salary H 781 Led Cent
STENOGRAPHER - Experlesced In banking
and VoBuwTrcial work. Ury 115 per week.
H 844 Idser Central
STENuaRAVHER-kaowladge of bookkeeping,
i yomffliwne- dslr cerraaaent ooil-
Ti.jT-?. ,.4Y"a1geiiable n mo. td S.
ST8KbURPHBR owP, f0?,-1"'?!""
de. poa mod. eal,. nt. Jk W. LsdJIM Og,
SITTJATIONS 'WANTBD FEMALE
STENoaRAPlIER, experienced, desires work
at home evenlnga H isas. IdgcrCentralj
STENOGRAPHER, high school and business
grad.; txp. boonkeepcr, II 882. Led. Cent
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper, Induatrl
qys; moderate, salary. D 200, Ledger Otnce.
ItTUVhIinAtllltMt T.M.l...1 nAMAint-
. industrious; moderate saUry. 1) io Led, Oif
STENOaRAI'HER.4 knowledge bookkeeping;
experienced: references, 11 811. ledger ucnt.
STENOGRAPHER, rapid, accurate and Indus, j
can give) reL At 763. Ledger Central .
STENOG. des. dos., law offleet mod. sal. If
PP.Por. for advancement iooN.piouglas.
STUUBNT wlhes"houMvork or care, of ehit-
u..t, i,,utiiiliKB ,vM uniiiarine
TVI'ISf Young Tady, knonledgo ot stenog-
tapliv. IpalrpA tt.Ir-1l t.,,Klttnn, Jvnp.nrHMt!
wining to work hard. H U87, Ledger Central,
WAITRESS, thoroughly experienced, or chsm
bcrwork and waiting. Apply at 5022 Wayno
ae Uermanton. Pliilsaelnhla.
WAITRK8S, exp., wishes pos. In tho country
-HL.J(sbor private, D Lit, LdgerOflice.
WANTED Housework or cooking: neat, ex
Eer;cilorert girl; ref. Phono frcston 4231,
YOUMO LADY, experienced" In clerical work?
slotk, filing, good typist, reliable and accu
mtcj beat references. H 030. Ledger.Central.
YOUNG WOMAN, 30. klndergaTtner. success
ful In treatment ot backward children, wishes
Position in private homo; music; HO; ret-
JLl'-hces. Address U 221. . Ladgcr Unlce,
SITUATIONS WANTED HfTA'LE
ACCOUTANT, bookkeeper, 0 years' experi
ence, at present mploed. Is looking lor
. gi eater opportunity, it D40, Ledger Central,
ACCOUNTANT, expert; books opened, closed?
?iiiea, auuitea; ao mommy up. au
dlior. P. O, 'Box 2001. Philadelphia,
ADVERTISING brings results Is the opinion
of this young man; 2 years' experience In
clerical work. H 787, Leager Central. .
ASSISTANT credit man or office assistant;
wide exp.; no bookkeeping; employment moro
an object than salary. U 747, Led. Cent.
ASSISTANT MANAGER, who understands ot-
...u u.i.i,,, liiwui,,, .iniiuiniK iitcu, v jcm.b
selling experience and 4 yeais with last
concern. 11 782. Ledger Ccntlsl.
AUTOMOBILE MECIL, just removed from up
State, wants perm, pos. best tela, regarding
honesty U eftlclency. L U3U. Ledger Ofllce.
BAKER First-claas bread and cake; years
or experience, li gr,2, Ledger central.
BOOKKEEPER Young man, 24, 0 years' exp,
clerical position; conscientious and nmbl-
iwuij mury no ooject. J vn, i.tu, .ciiv.
BOY, 14. with plenty or ambition; willing and
earnest. 11 m. imager central.
CASHIER, cigar store salesman, collector and
accountant. Intelligent, trustworthy, capable.
li 54, Leaser central.
CHAUFFliUR and gardener, 0 years' experi
ence In driving, private or second man, M.
L 33 N. 43lh st. Flrst-class referonce.
CHAUFl'KUR, employed with pfiv. famriasT
8 yrs.; strict, tenitcranco. Box 80, Ovcrbrook.
ClIAUFFEUU-MKCUANiC Highest personal
id. tor IP years, llox ill, nosemont, ia.
CHAUFFLUR, single, lrleh, thoroughly ox-
per'd., temp., piom. city ref. D 20, Led. Off.
CHAUFFEUR, white, single; 28: 8 yrs.' prlvT
xp., uo repair, gcou rei. nuu . uouvjnr a.
DRUG CLERK, registered, desires position; 17
cars' experience; best references; man of no
tiachaults. Answer D 210, Leuger Office.
DRTJaOlST-R. M. " wants position am man
ager; excellent roferenco; 10 years' experi
ence, a., liuuuxiora si.
Ul.OVATOR, operator, licensed; young man.24;
hotel or office bulIdlng.H 841, Led.Cent.
GARDENER Single Protestant young man
st eks position; experienced In greenhouso and
all branches; best refs. D 212, Led. Office.
GARDL.4ER or assistant; also understands
horses and dairying: good reference, M. H.,
4000 Powolton ave,
HARDWOOD floor expert will work cheap;
references. Scopplttl, 2318 Walnut at.
HOUSEMAN, coioreu; city rof.: capablo of do-
lng anything In housohold. 1610 Webster at.
IS THERE a busy man of means In this
city In need ot an assistant, and willing
to train him In his ways? If so. glvo
mo a trial. I have a quick brain and
want scope to uso it. D 24, Press Ofllce,
JOB PRESSMAN-COMPOSITOR 20 yrs.' exp.;
all or part time. Printer, 828 E. Tioga st.
LAW STUDENT, having knowledgo of stenog
raphy, desires position In an attorney's of-
pce. J iu. ueoger uentnti.
MAN AND WIFE, elderly, active, economical,
English, wish full charge of, house for,
bachelor or, widower, f ;u.. Ledger wenirni.
MAN wishes position as painter and handy
man around ofrtce building preferably, best
renroncrs; D 210, Ledger JJtllco.
MAN" would llko porltlon as coachman: can
furnish best or ret u -in, i-eager wince.
MAN, handy, 20, wants "work any kind; good
references. B., 1808 Wylle. .
MOVING-PICTURE operator, licensed,
penenoea. it oiu, i.eager uentrui.
NIGHT WATCHMAN, Are toft or hard coal,
attend engine; licensed D 132, Ledger Qfflca.
OFFICE MAN Experienced correspondent
and capable of handling help tactfully;
knowledge! of printing buslneas. II 350,
PRESSMAN, Job. 10 yrs." exper.: competent.
UUBirCB fC.ll. pUMIIUH, --. , .., ...WB. ........
SALESMAN, 10 ears' experlenco, with moro
than tho average cnorgy, ability and perse-
.. TV T I I T Arlnan ranlrnl
..v.. -as. .... . o-
SAL.K&MAN, 10 years' experience Insldo and
traveUnK who has plenty of couruge, tact
J? n d nblUn. II 053. Ledger Central.
STDNOartPHBR. asslat. bkpr. typist; beff.;
compt.. mod galary. D ia3. Ledger Otnce.
VCrmiUCa II I, ssguijiri wnmim
STENOGRAd'HER. office man, rapid; exp.
raiirouu. mcri.au.ng nvm, . m.. ..m .. .
SUPWlINTI!DCNT Good exec ; toolmak lng,
aneet metai or a: bc". hub. -. -v., -.w...
YOUNG COUPLE, German.wlth one 0-year-old
boy. want positions; man, good waltsr and
can drive horse; wife, do Tiousowork; not
high wages, but a good homo. 1210 North
YOUNG MAN, Cuban, 20, educated In Ameri
can college, with thorough know edgo of
Spanish and English, desires position, in
some line of buslneas where knowledge of
both languages Is necessary: good reterences.
Rev. J. M. Greene. Salud 40. Havana, Cuba.
. n . j ah ir ...t.K .hlnnln. .at..
clerical exp.. feels his ability and energy
could bo aervlceable to a reputable firm. J
4a Leager uemrai.
iVoiINO MAN, 7 years' business nnd selling
Mc-erlence, wants permanent connection; beat
references. D 217. Ledger Office.
YOUNG MAN. 10, desires rosltlor.: quick and
nccu. typewfuci , c, " " ,"t,'r'-. .".
7,TTi uav 17 nnnrHl office exn. ! 2 yrs
xritVia tnewriter: Indus. H 841. Led. Cent.
vhiTNO fAN wishes to teach piano lessons
reagpnauic .it e -..... ..
roOKS chambermaids, chlldnurses, housework
irtrls girls to assist with housework, mother
Snii ' daughter want positions. Miss Rose
n,i,hrtv. 1313 Glrard ave,
TsrlCLASS help wanted and supplied. Tioga
EmP. AMngy. 3440 tt. 20th togpjtojAjlta.),
I HAVE a big 8-passenger Bulck, In flrst-class
running order, all new tires, I would like to
trade for smaller car. Ford, 4.passenger, or
runabout. Mr. Wesley., from 10 to 12 a. m.,
Electric TheatreSuppJyCp.. d3th and Vine.
rfvPASSBNGER IJOCOMOinLB TOURINO
rlr 3180. Poplar 8370. 1317 Thompson st.
We store your automobile and loan money
on It at low rates Ac Loan Co., 2084
Kensington ave. Phone Kenalnglon 611.
RUNABOUT wanted: must be In good condl.
tlon- will exchange shares In a profitable
"r": business. W. H. C U102 Market at.
iEXPBRT repairing done i by exp. machlnlata.
Forreat Oarage. II. Zellere, Mgr, 1810 N.
BXCE1TIONAL opportunity to open central
rietaurant over saloon- rent low: heat in.
eluded. P. IV. Co.. 1317 Pennayivanla Bldg.
PULL DnES3 AND TUXEDO i TO I KIRB
Prince Alberts, cutaways and black aulta.
ALSO EVENINQ GOVNS AND WRAPS
Flneat salactlon In town. Spec, rates for clubs.
Phone Poplar 37-10. Moderate prlcea.
BAMUEL tJOOPEH, 1010 QIRARD AVE.
WEST PHILA. MONARCH STOnAOE CO.
to. PER YARD. 3870-72 LANCASTER AVE.
CLEANING AND DYEINO
rVsTRICH FEATHERS AND FANCIES
LEANED, DYED. MAILHOT. 1810 Cheitnut.
DRESSMAKING AND MIXLINEBY
HoWNS for all occasions, retnodallnalj moderate
"oricS 1830 Walnut Locust OIT,
fmkssUAKING taught, short, prac. .course.
-T..r. i, ant n.n.LI. m. 111
McDowell aOTDenckla Bldg iLJljlarkait-
BILLIARD pool. cooiblnatUin, 2d hand bought,
sold, rented, ex'd. Keafer. ttt9 Olrard ave.
Sfhwl MWstri', SJd tk Pace. Bsl. SWS L.
,i,..... BOUdHT. SOLD
DIAMONDS BXCirANGBO. TVINDOLril,
APPRAI3DD. 2S N. 12TH ST,
PAINTING AND PAPEBHANGING
I..y.'. .n.AN?l"--S, BEST MATERtAt, &
tivivnaiAnoilUV A-JilCBa 1U-MHU.N Alllji;. I
.... W. A BARTON I
luuns DIAMOND 0012
. 1811 W. CUMBERLAND ST,
PRINTING TROUBLES CORRECTED
James S. HATES Company
144 North' 12th st.
PtIRlMITIIRP Antiques, pianos, etc., part
ruiiiiiuivcor enM h0Uae bought.
Kens. Furniture Co, 3143 Kensington Ave,
ROOMS FOR RENT
BAR! NO, 3218 Two first-floor rooms! suit
dentist or doctor or apartments. The Chilton,
Mrs. Belle MtClaln. Manager.
BROAD, S.i 820 Visit the cleanest turn, rooms
In town: atam heat: very reasonable.
CATHARIMH, 1421 2d floor front: well fur
nlshed nnd heated. Dickinson 1031 W.
CHESTNUT, lmil Rooms, single and en suite,
steam heat. Telephone Locus', 7.U. .
CID3STNUT, 4130 Excen, vacs.; warm, cheer
ful room: conv.i board optional, phone.
CHESTNUT. 0130 Comfortably furnished 2di
floor room ; ref. nelghbd. ; conv. to elevated.
CHESTNUT, 1008-Deslrable vacancies; south
ern exposure; running water
PINE, fCO Double and single rooms, fur
rlahed; steam heat, electrlo light, phone.
tPRUCE, 2022-Deslrabla aulle. with private
patn; open nre; pnone; owner.
SPRUCE, 1312 Private family has suite with
private bath; furnished or unfurnished.
SPRUCE, 8030-C gontlemen or couple for 2d
floor front, adjoining bath; board optional.
VENANGO. 1412-Prlvate family will rent
largo weii-rurn. rarior; poaru orposue,
WALNUT.1222-24 (Kenwood) Desirable vacs.,
single or en suite; prl. baths: will furnish to
suit tenant; moderate rent. Walnut 8184.
WALNUT, 300S-Irge 2d-floor front; semi-
private bath; hot-water heat; except, table
WALNUT. 4103 Two 2d-floor rooms, unfurn, ,
south expos; pleasant. i-rcstnnj.gKu.i.
0TH AND THOMPSON 4 rooms, hath, unfur-
nlshed; very comfort.! over drug store., cheap,
11TH. S, 303 Refined gentlemen can rent fur-
nisneq tmru-noor tront; reawuimuiw.
13TH, B., 237-C6MF6RTABLY" PUItNISHED
ROOilfj, ALSO I'ROl-'ESSIONAL JF1'ICE.
10TH, S, 332 Prlvato family will rent 2d-
story rront rooms; single or en nunc
WITH, 8., 137 Large, cheerful 2d-floor room,
nicely furnished; housekeeping; reasonable.
CHE8TNUT, 4048 Good table; nice neighbor
hood, con, city. Phono rrestonp32tD.
POWUI.TON AVE., 4037 Sunny front room,
with board: quiet family;, terms jnoJernte
BPRUCE, 1220 Two 2d-itory iront rooms
.,. .... t.n...Alll.. nhnnn.
WALNUT, 4044 Nicely furn. room!.conv. loc,
...J.. .,.,.. ..l 11... In 717.
exceptional umm imnm. ....,. ....
WALNUT. BIjOO Largo room suitable for
gentlemen, or couplo: $0 each: good table.
88TH, 8 , 108 Handsomely furn. room; -orner
houne; excep. table; private family: phone.
OAK I-VNE 71at ave., V4 M- from York road
trolleys; owner: rooms, meals. Phone oak
Lane 1281 W. Photo display Ledger Central.
FOR VACANCIES and eomploto information
of all apartments FREE, consult
13th and Spruce sts. Phone Walnut 080, ot
write for February "Apartment Directory."
a-lO JiAlll.". Dl. ,
Two first-floor rooms with prlv. bath; suita
ble dentist or doctor or apmts. Mrs Bello
McClnln. Mgr. Bell phone. Treston 0307.
Bi'RINO OARDEN. lUlO-Excellent apts. , In 8
different houses: some furn'd, kltchenettes.
SPRUCE. is23-rurnlshed or unfurnished,
verv reasonable: 2 large sunny rooms, 1,1x27
each, and bath. 0 windows; third floor.
Phone LocltstS3JSVV . .
ovrfltBUOOK To communicating rooms,
prlv porch board op. Ph Ovcrbrook 1800 D
APARTMFNTS. "ear station, nil conveniences,
123 to $33 per month. JOHN MACi, JJ ".
Highland nvo.. Lnnsdowno
isni'ST. S.. 200 Furnished apartment of 2
or 3 rooms; bath: kitchenette: for 3 months
S? longer? 'filbert 8442 W.
1527-29 Spruce Street
ON FIRST FLOOR
Apply on Premises
M 1 KTJT RT
Trnimekeenlng apartments. 4 rooms and bath,
t32,30 month. Janitor service,
" '-.r- nnni tO H-a flcirtf VlAl
; hoiiRekeeplnv; ?5
'.laS. roomr$i.sor-AfpTy 1401 N,
REAL ESTATE POR SALE
nioICE properties In all sections of Otn.. Mt
c,JVr .fli. . ell nrlces. Write for special
ii.tf 'j.II. Chadwlck - Co.,8018 Oermantown.
wr BPFCIALIZE In suburban property along
"th P and R.. Bethlehem and Doylestown
brSnch'es: wo offer suburban homes, farms.
Improved country places and bu Idlng site.:
Ji i-nn satisfy any reasonable purchaser.
we can "'' daoEk. inc.. Ambler. Pa
llaildontleld. N. J.
-,,, B-vrRAL FINE PROPERTIES, at
"bYr3alnB?rlcenAIWM. CAREY MARSHALL,
n"i 1 r-""' '- Camden
National I'arlt. N. J.
Woodbury Heights. N. J.
"o-vrnAL desirable homes and Improved bldg.
"TntiFrt '-""'"' prtcc' Jonn ilayhav-
: a pn-'S-Location, land, buildings, water
Xnrt MUrod facilities all , first class: ha;
and rsiiro " Ms to make a good farm:
everytn.ng that goes iu 1
aevcral stock farms cn. cnM , uu
'"LffiS. JONATHAN C. HARE,
vour wants. '""'"'wo.i rh.,r i.
aJSslf-SSflf 'IV "mi.. "Wiit'i'd
MalnLlne Penn:' good farm. A. D. Heald
B. E. SALE OR EXCHANGE
WANTED. ,m.Un investment prepnrtU.1):idwlU
REAIi ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
Atlantic City. N. J.
rioTKLS cottages, apartments, eto. .to ex.
clnKiv for Philadelphia properties. C'haiy
" "11. 83 B Panna. ave.. Atlantic City.
Ttr-ATi ESTATE WANTED
TaTII'AND 20TH WARD BUYERS AlD WITH
TU " SIMON J. WALDMAN
111" GIRARD AVgNUE ,...
Rents and interest collected. Prompt attention.
WANTED, small investment properties: wlU
pay caali. P. R. Co.. 1317 Penna. Bldg.
Bt;at, ESTATE PGR RENT
Otflces, Ilualneae Booms. Etc.
vii ft RENT Part of otnce, second-floor front;
FV.""nv.mencea. 711 Walnut,
liPBIRABLH PE31C ROOM; partitioned of.
",". talebhona. Call 1011 Franklin Bank Bldg.
TWO-STORY HOUSE; 9 rooms;
le-cas: grounda. 7102 York rd.
AtUntlc City, N. 3.
HrvrsLS. turduiK houses, cottages, eto.,
"'"'"dEaS & MOQiffB. 40 S. Florida ave.
FOR BENT PURNIBHED
STvcELS BOARDING HOUSES, VILLAS.
"cOTTAhES. APARTM-NTS. any aeaaon, all
2tlon. AtUntlo Clt. Cbelaeo. Yeatnor;
automobil. ls & COLi Dattu BMg
lMLOOO FOR 1ST AND 2D MOBTOAGBS
SAMULU qilBSTNUT, W1Q Chestnut st
, FEB. ia,.io ,
(A TBy6 DIARf BY f BOY)
I UI6NT TO SUfODAV
JCHOOt- IN THE MORMlNa
ftND AFTERWARDS I WENT
POVNN To XUTS HOOat-,
WE PLAYED Tt3. C6CELIAM
0-.P1NOUs. APTGR DINNQR
Jut, SMMft ajmd 1 weiMT out
welkins into nutl&v
Park, vab smovwcVm-v-bo
each other ngarl.v abl
the way. vye finished
THa WALK AND I WjnklT Th
TUB. Goodrich' rgadim6.
MR. GOODRICH READ "MRS.
CL,IPF YACHT" X CON
horn". -tack and i had
Supper at frankum
GLEOHlLLa. VUe HAD A
GOOD .SUPPER AJt OUMia '
WAS. THERE TOO, MB MAS
A -ttST OP IROMWOffK BUIUDlMCi,
VOU CAM BUILD ALL SOf?T3
"Dev sfty dm opportunity knocks once,"
Enid Unclo Kben. "Do man dat misses It
la liable to put In do rest of his lifetime
knocKIn'." wnslilnffton Star.
MANY HAPPY HETUHNS OF TUB
"Does Mrs. Smith bollovo all tho
stories her husband tells her?"
"No: but sho makes him believe
sho believes tho stories ho tolls her."
MOBILIZATION OF THE FLEET STREET FREE LANCERS
iTh. nuthora ahown are KlDllng. Barrle, Cheaterton. Hall Calne. Bernard Bhaw, II. fJ,
wells, Hllalre Belloc, Israel Zanffwm ana
street la tne journalistic centra 01 uuuuh.;
THE PADDED CELL
J ( PIPPIM'OFF THEu ) , l' ' 1
J ysTAse, too '. t I
Can You Beat Itl
She Oh, Jack, do excUBO mo for Bet
ting hero bo lato. Tou poor fellow,
you'vo had to -wait nn hour for me.
Ho Oh, no. It's nil right. I've only Just
She Whatl So that's the way rou treat
mo, la It? If I'd oome at the time agrcod
you'd havo mads mo wait a wholo hour.
THE POLITICAL TRUCE
Llttlo Boy Havo tho Germans killed Mr. Lloyd-George, Ma?
Mother Of course not, dear. Why do you ask?"
Boy "Well, I haven't heard nupin' 'bout him lately. J '
others wno nave written a-oui ine -war,
FEEDING THOSE EUROPEAN WAR
t . y t&r? i y,
Z2- - 5J
Again tho Tempter
The Bailor had been allowing the lady
visitor ovj-r tho ship. In thanking him
"I ses that by tho rules of your ship
tips are forbidden."
"Lor" blosa yor 'eart, ma'am," replied
Jack, "so were tho apples In the Garden
BHH SHOULD TVORnY,
"Did you have any trouble with
your French when you were abroad?"
"No, I didn't, but tha Parisians did."