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BK NEEDED QUIOKl
WCiiilid carpenter out of work since
BiV n the list ol ppiicttnti 01 me ho-
'rV Organising charity. He has a wife.
tniJ.yJaHiiin n,i an Infant bom since
rJiii ' lou to net anything
Im make his family. Independent lle
fW ?"' . ih Kestorn District Office, aJS
.SiT tiwrence street, Pile 8. O. r ., nun.
PrJ fVesrs old, with wile and 7 ilulden .n
S&Xa wKit. Will do anything to keep
I.itt emplojtr tales
lSP.Ta capable and worthy man. We nc
rLi him to any one who might ic-iuire
una "",. -.rn(.nlf.. k. A.. 1
!;-f5Ti?NTKft 'V MAN 11U lAH IJU Al.n
:CiSJi? csrpenterlng work, especially laying
m "" " . -r. . .. -trrrr. ,-.,
Kind t"r children urgently In need o
ftftf. iil loon be eilcted for hon-payment of
cai"?" ianta work lit carpenter, printer
fleeoniinended aa a
."itMnt ni uesenlng man. .Has a. wii3
ravV children, Will do anything.
5Fedmn. M year. old. with wlfo and
J;i,ii lteuutab e wnarr Dtiiiaiiig loniern
I .t-w'!'i.i.J "Bseellenl reliable man.. Would
FjSnenbiirg, Department Store, where ha
f4 J " A,. 15J. .,
I'-ia children. Maa been out of work a
Ctlme. U. A., IS.
Mtier and eariienlrr, 50 jeara old, nann
4V.J.V lie he ine mancm rcieri .lies ironi
WZ. lift employer, with whom until recently
ieC?fMkJ lor !!0 j ram. This man has n wile
R&Ulnd?aperI( wantJS;. A.. 181.
SeffifBEWMit ""wdiwf - wBLh Kn'oW.v
Biuvinfiicturliiir concern reeonimendt man aa
r, Induiirlpua and ery ainclent worn
i.M t. A.. IT4. . , ,
rararfcuu-TKUCK nniVEi:. no ybars
kjLh Jut of work 4 months; liae a sick wife
IRrV ehlldren-lhe youngest 1 year old de-
. c..It.lm U n n.. fall. U'nnMtan.l
UNai "J"'i -A- ,' -i-7h I-iu . ....
fesraTt - ll'Eltlli.NCTsD CUTTEIl IN
uilfi' si"' fhlldren's rlotliea! at jenrs OH.
Wii tlvt enlenoia reicrcnce irom mm cnijjiorcr,
M.1vl.t..m i,n uorke,! the last I! eaia. Ilaa
EiifJ nd 4 thlldren. Condition of family H
K.fMle, D. A.. 1R1.
IKmVWT AND MEOIIVNIC-MA.N. 4 MONTHS
IE ,iut of norlt, has a wife nnd tun small clill
BSinn dependent upon him. f". O. I.. M5.
jSWcit District, S. O. C, 1310 South 2.M
fOScnmo Ohand iiUnneu man" or' :u
.'inri has been out of work 'J months; haa
i raini child and r delicate wife. B O. (!. M.O.
"ifcedlaniJ District, 8. O. C. 1S33 South 47th
'ittteU . . ;
ELwtrmo.PuAnmi Anu iiL,Ai-n.a.MiiJi-i
li-r-Lot employer sas; "In our employ
L... ..in rjtld off due to decreaso In bust
mm. A steady worker, sober and regular."
ilia has wife and 2 small children. Needs
K.lr, hidlp. E. A.. 1.-.
fFrS7TnnTVPf?n TUB MAN HAS IVOnlv"
m tn n vssrs In one nlace. Haa a wife and
$1 children, the oldest 12. soungest 8 months.
OQS 01 1110 cmiuicu i'B"i)'nj uiiu iisa 10
tittken to the hospital thren times a week for
trntment. S. O. 0.. 87P. Southeast District,
t. 0. C., KO Wharton atreet.
lELEVATOIl Ori.llATOK A 1II-YI.AH.OI.I)
Ifboy desires a pos tlon as elevaton operator.
tut Is willing to iik anytning. ue is one or
s fimily now on the lists of the Soc'etv for
OrnnUlnr Charltv Itli a brother. 21 vtara
lf, has been supporting a wldotved mothr
f0 1 young arouicr, uui . iiiuiuiin QRO ion
Ml rjiltlor,. Elder brother, r lonsshoienon.
iinnttt of werlc since fall, ftncletv denlrp
,wlt for this Istlcr also, Case proved (i-or-mitlr
des'rvlr. rteclsterod at the Wood
hod District Office. 1232 youth 47th street.
rnB o. c. r,70
ifcXPEIlT DitV CLEANER The Society for
UrStHliiJ'S v.imi.iy ii.n uu lis iiqi Q( up.
nitrsnts & man who. after atcadv emnlnim.nr
' M n expert dry cleaner for many cars, has
Ittra out nf nork for the last oar. lie soys
U Is nllllng to clean anything to support a
(tlfs and tno llttlo children. References. ItcB-
Utirtd at Woodland District Office, 12.12 South
Wilitrcet. File S. O. C. JC2.
mjRNITUlSE I'OLISIIER - SOCIETV TOR
1'iOranUlng Charity 1ml among Its aniil
Iniits n American. 41 venrs old. strong nnd
nenmicswun -n years experience as r floor
Mluher. lie wsnts iork In iiunrtnrf htm. .If
in! wife and child. Spent the 20 yedrs with
cc arm. sna ioi oosuion inrougn cnange of
Irxtnlxstlon. Ilenlrtered Rt the Soiltheamern
District Office. &10 Wharton street. File S. O.
PUIl.NITUltE SALESMAN VdllKO MAN.
Il tbasole suppcrt or a widowed mother, wants
vvnrlr elllier .11 furniture MlMmnn rr am
ablset maker In furniture factory. He can
lvs excellent recommendations from last eni
slorer.ss to reliability and skill. With Wana
mer 1 years. E. A. inn.
hat UAKnn nxpnmi'vrren inp
Bi ranker and factory hand, who Tost position
,wnn njoioyer went om ot ousinss u mnntlis
tie. Hss a sick wife and a children. E. A.
HORSESHOGil-WEL,!.. RECOMMENDED BV
: at emniover. with uhnm . tvnpta.l n ...pa
HOUSE PAINTEft-ITALIAN. fcfOBER. IN
'.'lasMcut and efficient, wants work to nip.
trt s wife-and S children. Ho has been out
et tMDloyment for i months, and Is registered
It tlr Ect'letv for Orff"nlcltiif fhnritv n,.(l,.
Eeastetn District Office. IV.O Wharton street.
Cms. fuilr, Intestlgated bv th Society and
HOLtHU PA1NTKI1 'I'lllimvw hlTT f.- i-.t
fctiloyment 4 months ago. a houro painter w.th
eiMrmico sen excellent references, wants
Eert. of any kind lo sunDort his wlfo and
chlliren. sil under 11 years. Ho Is registered
It the Society for organising Charity, at the
Woodland Dli rlct Office. 1232 South 47lh
Tffi. eiie ti. u. u.. nici.
"U2B. ,ANe H1iU3 I'AINTER-MAN HAS
teen out of work 3 month. IT. l,n. n.-f.
md four children the oldest 0 years old; the
iiunseit 1 year. H. O. C. nSl. WoodlanJ
hbtrltt. S. ri. c. 1232 Hhuth 47th street.
INSIDE PAIKTRn AMn firvrtn ,winn . ,
R. KlnKle'tSS1 v"J.n ! IL 9L A":
Jar"lengih of tlmV. m KZXd work refer-
lUO.NWORKIiR YOUNO. lDNEItaETIcTtlAN"
L'.&'W...18-J'" '.A on ' 5l"cit and haa
. uau uu una om pi oyer. Ijott lit, work
&" H?. been out of work now o months.
"."."'e""1 " ""H children. 3 "ear. and
4 months of age, dependent on h m. H. o. c.
ITALIAN L.innill-Tt ititi.m :
jesMren. tho oldest 12 and tlm itMiJiift
!m-2 years old; has been out of work ft
K5m."k' '" w,ll.,ne worker ndwmuke
"Jthliif he tan gat to do. 8. O. e tvin
SOUtheait ntktrl. a r. rt .Zi V..K' DJV'
LLtiORKn ffifinirn t . r, . rn rrrrrrrr
.. .. .w.. . y, v, uou narion nt
fda.ft."&n5d'.X. cV itSJ
gStffl aSS "As' the'm,Sn?o,uldnen0org.'t
awiAEjO. Jai sou-th SS-.,rS?t. mvMt
fe,eV1iri"'b" !9A'I H wlnterox-
iBihw-iVi;; A..u uwn. lie nas worked for
:, ofnS.ncyh.,d,rJenri1J I'T TZ
&C, st8reh'a,t D,"r1"' a" C'&
.... .. . ,r..o, very urgent. Ho.
ILABfiniM! ii . .1.,.
riii.iT"1', """ w Alii KIND OF
Bs?mi n'.l.Hn1 ".vLen children to iuppoVt;
M1. Mt W(lrl1 ' three months. J, f.u
iWEiC, UAUAn. OUT OF WOHK-flix
LNo!S.djVv-enHc,,,1lren' a i
ai scto?a,'n'dyliin'.h-Wa? 'ormerlr a Ru:
owrt.r . a.nd.J. n .!" support of his
:..n. -.-- --. nuin uu MUirai mslfiir
SlnE' A. caUrj"."fv. V iVrfdlS
i montt.0 imi,njyho b been out of work
W.'''e.J0.i """trui, .nd will 't.e
-SIT rihH.ca.n.A' ?'. . wife nd
ftlUrn fiirri"us':"AuRon.nim B-. D; ?., 69T.
.., H, w. ,( WOQ oumn awrsnce
BST'-'nlaj. SKILLED ltilTTlT3rqT5 RU
S T?.Sfa" '"fa-msrlcan, out of work slnra
KB. i1? "or-. Form.rly employed It Bald!
iKs!?,"?.'"1- ilsglstersd tf8Drin. Gar.
BNSocly,,Vi,ft?i,8riT Brandywin, atreet, of
KiS ' ,'n Charity. Fllo S, O.
E&PII 1 NIin'TTElpEli mAW hah AWirn?!
ror ,fiR"iAN-4AN HAS BfaJ
Js.Vi,rik.!'5t,Au- has a wTfo
iMth. hTt.i " ".." 3. isars, and b.by
IB- lst?r1,hr?,'..te! " "'''.?. .tt.
mjWZ ZFS. V fc c7- i
RSair , h -"I JflvMllgHed. found At-
ml : fiff.,FfT.u". ,u 8outfitstfrn
ES C tti ' 6 Wb-fton strtst. File
rM?r)fSTj-AUAN, 1U8 FAMtLV
It v "'fr' DO' "I js in lamuy, gooa
kd JL,.:.ouy ai Wmself very useful
to fi ''" uoorer. would te
T. $ V( KVK. 4 W ,
Imb iXlLi,f8 WlflNRlp REKER-
Hr, S. iZ lli." " """ "" ""-'
mBpkntkTi JoTiiHNti' -AnHB.4Ti!. ;
-CMold. Hh wife nd 4 ehUdren, splendid
, ?".. ,;m Kit emo oyer. 13. A.. ISO.
J. w. II - ' -- ... 4.u. nuv.
We wR? .n7 f4?.?.,0' ?r" - - to UP-
.... l . .v, fur ins issl a monins.
WORK NEEDED QUICKLY
unriiii nri. . , Munt Alio for treaimeni.
"SjaLoL C "oT5. ' IS32 Ur'n''J
tt hhei:Il,YtUN 'TAI.tAM, 21 TKAHS.
Uki arv kin tRi.p"ln,,n"' " foMlble. but will
lather nnf';i.P.r V0Tk- Wrenta ure old and
ion liaa i.ri WJ!,n rr veral monthsi the
an?l V?a.' .ihnm'.Jach InornlnB about 3 n. in.
II I. . "A1."1 tn ""s until exhausted.
Virv iirSuJJ?1 Wott"ion, iirdwoo! nnuher.
ii" urgent ease. No. Siv j. w n.
"Jr'onl ,STr',,3''''0CAt'A lll.t! IIOnSK
. irunt.i yeara nM. uii. i....r.t.i. i..i,..
SU i;.:c",lr.)r' wishes employment (tiring
lliT. ic"""a or " " care of horcs. B. A..
lnviiL.S. A-V KM'EHIENfED CREDIT
of ii u5,a'f, omnlojed up to last May by ona
his Sn.iHL,k.,l.0n department stores. . Ust
SIJ.'S '"i6", tntough retrenchment rolK-y of
inSii n. i.Vllllnc ,0. , sunning, cn walclf
man or laborer, K A. 17U.
8,iL!iPh''INP i;Ln,IK-MAN 32 YEARS OI.U,
... i. I,1niild relerence from last employer,
?.J.S,hori " " l'd of on account of slack
yi I ?Wirt employment. Ho haa s wile
BKITXeijT'MECIIANIC MAN WITH OOOD
.."orLt "rofdi can furnlth references; lias been
?Jil .JiiYorlt ""eral months; wife and two lit.
',8bjldreii facing destitution, .1. W. 11.. 872,
SrBvMieotiE-A W'II,LIN( WdnKBrt WITH
gooj references; haa been out of work all
ninter. Ills wire Is delicate, his oldest boy
lias tuberculosis, and there are a other rhll
li en. the youngest 3 joirs old. S. o. t' Wis
nontlieastjllsttlut, H. O. C, mo Wharton at.
TA.H.OR-ITAI.IAN'; "OCinrDllliST oLtllMT
II and Joungest a jenr und half. All of
jaet Bumpier hm work was ery alack mid ho
has not had any work since the 1st ot Sep
tember. Ho will take Oh kind of work lie
,.?,ns't 8- t). c, r."s, Southttest DUtrlct,
S. D. C, I.'IIO douUi22d street.
TH.UISTER-MAN. WrrH,"wiPB AND .1
young children, the joungest a .l-months-old
baby, is on the applicants' list of the Society
for Organizing Charity. Was a flrsfclsea team
ster until two years ago, when he contracted
tuberculosis. VilmllL una rnr.,1 lew liv the
society in the meanwhile, Man pronounced
eured last fall, but has been unsblo to find
emplojment. Wnnti a chance to make his
family liulepindent again. Registered nt Soulll-
nrsiern uieiriei umce, lata south S2d street.
Mle S, O. ( .-no.
fifTti-E pix.pUTTfrsAi;!-: PAHlXin otTr
of work .Man Is an Italian laborer, and will
lane any kind nf work ho can get. He haa
a wile and :i children IS, 12 and ft Jears ol
age. The 18-year-old girl has been helping by
doing tewing, but would llko resular and per
manent emplOMnent. The man'a wife has
been doing washing nnd truing when he
could get It. She, alto, would like more
steady work. S. O. C, f,0. Southeast Dls-
trlct, 3. O. C.. WO Wharton atreet.
WATCHMAN--MAN, 01 YEARS OLD. OP
sober habits, with a wife and 2 children who
am In despernto need, desires position as
watchman or caretaker. B, A. 103.
rWBVER-SKlL,I.DD UAItl'ET WBAVER. 00
eaia old, of sober and Industrious habits,
wants work. Wife, ! isara old, will take
washing or work as housecleaner. E. A. lay.
HVHAlIP HI'II.DER KIXPEHIEMCEDl MAN,
12 icnrs old, S years with last eniploier, who
wm forced to let him en tn cut down exDelllea.
Has u wife. II children. Ills wife Is to hale
nnotPer child soon. Immediate help Is neces
sary aa this family Is 3 months behind In
their rvni and are In danger of being cMcted
by tho landlord. E A. Ulil,
uTdoiv's :i sons out" or wore A
widow with 0 children wai dependent on her
3 eldst eons. Now they are all out of work
One has worked tit Ealdiiln'a and the other
2 hale teen helporo on express wagonp. They
will take any kind of work that Is offered. (4
(I. C. M7. I Northern District, S. O. C llli'J
North 'Mnrshsll street )
WCODVOTUtER-ClnCUIA.R SAW OPERA"-
tnr. SB years old, has ben out of work .1
months, lie la a nldoucr with smstl hojs.
Will take nny kind nf work tl.nt Is offered him.
S. O. C. Nil. (Woodland District. S. O. O, ILMJ
South 47th street )
BMIIIIOIDEHV WIDOW WHO DOES nEVIJ
tlful hand embroidery wantH work for the
support of her two children. E. A , 100.
aiRL, An"OUT 1. M01IIl.iriFAI7 WANTS
permanent position with prltute Catholic
family as mother's helper, or to assist with
housework. .1. W. II., S7H.
OIRLS TWO OIRL3 WANT ANY KIND OF
work: housework or sewing; no one In femlly
of eight w Pricing: mother 111. J. VII., 8UO
KNITTING WOMAN, THE SOLE SUPPORT
of an Invalid husband nnd thrco small chil
dren, wants work of any kind, pieferablv
knitting. Her husband, a. laborer, was Injured
a month ago, and had his leg amputated. E. A.
MOTHER'S HELPER - UIRl 10. WHITE,
Protestant, wonts work helping wllh house
work or caring for children; home broken up
on account of mother's death and fother'e cruol
treatment; her brother. 14, also wanio work.
,i. v. xi.. pin.
OPERATOR, EXPERT ON SHIRTS AND
nhlrtwalsts; a oung woman who has been
out of work scleral weeks Is ey urgently In
need of help: she haa been supporting a cousin
tulm l Inn 111 tn work nnd their case Is most
pathetic; they have been living In a boarding
house whelo the peoplo have been most con
siderate, but now they must haio help; sewing
at home will bo acceptable .1. W.B., 8l.
SEWING-- A GERMAN WO.MAN DESIRES
plain sewing, ."he Is the uolo support of an
Inialld huahand and four children ranging
fiom 4 months to V years or nge. The hus
band is a longshoreman who has been 111 for
months sufferfiif: from rlieumatliM and lack
of proper nourlahrient. E. A., 1U2.
sciiuniifNo and'cleaning" - woman 71
years old, widow of former policeman, de
1... nmrir o iminAclnsner or caretaker for
the suopor ot herself and feeble-minded son,
4I years old, Worked for Hi yean as care- J
taker In Wanamaker store. E. A., 1IU.
WIDOW WITH 8 SMALL CHILDREN IS ON
the lists of tho Socloty for Organizing char
ily, Vants any kind of work. Is a skilled
furrier, nnd until she lost her position seieral
months ago earned between 13 and J14 a.
week for 2 years. Oldest child Is 11 and
vounsest 4 years old. Is anxious to become
self ?urportlng. Reglsteie.l at the West rhlla
rielphla. District Office, 401ft Powelton avtnuo.
File S. O. C. SOS.
MISS UARKINS. 2002 Cambridge at Wanted,
Irish and Ge-man cooks, waitresses, nurses.
nouseniams; iphip" .cmuiicu.
FIRST-CLASS ilELP of sll kinds wanted and
supplied. Mojer Employment .Agency, 101
rw. join si. i-none.
lSTCLASS help wanted and supplied. Tioga
EmpTA gency,3UulN;20th (oppTlogsta.).
WE 6TORE your automobllo and loan money
on It at low rates. Acme Loon Co., 2051
Kensington avc.l'hono Kei slngton Oil.
ijp jnji COUPE. flrst-class condition
throughout; bargain. Helmont 2701. E. P.
Fellens. 40 South .17111 st. No dealers.
ATJTO LIVERY AND GARAGES
Packard LlmouUne and Touring Cars.
By hour, day, week or month,
ot rtaionable rates.
PACKARD hERVICE COMPANT
1411-13 Locust at.
Phones-Spruce 3110; Race 213.
CRYSTAL PALACE GARAOE nepalring a
spelsltv: cars lo hire. 1321 AlrdrleJPhone
LIBERTY Taxlcab Service Limousines. t;l
Ths right place to have your car plntsd.
Ford csrs as low aa 113. John lioulton. 3015
Cambridge et. Phone Prsaton 6672.
bZ?bk? Jnf,l8nA,P: XP;SB ?.'
qrrssi .iw. .,,.., -ui vv ,,
B'LDING MATERIALS REPAIRS
illfjEItXlL FLOORINO-A BUSINESS ASSET
You wouldn't light your tore. mill or factory
wlth kerosene lamps, would youl Of course
not. You know the economlo value of modern
facilities. Then why burden your ttxture ac
count with the cost of wear and tear on your
old wooden flooring T . Mineral flooring Is
practically Indestructible cost comparatively
little end we Uy it without Inconveniencing
your business. ... .
Let US tell you mora about lla saving f-
,UlHi-V 'Bra&flA- FLOORINO CO.
j?U DRESS AND TUXEDO TO HIRE
Prince Alberts. Cutaways and Black Suits.
ALSO EVENING GOWNS AND WRAPS.
Finest selection Jn town. Spec, rate (or club.
Phone Popular 3710. Moderate prices.
SAMUEL COOPER. 1010 QIRARD AVE.
7vNTED A prtner with some csplttl (o In
vest In a well-esUbllshed business; this
businoss positively guarantee from 75 per
cent to 100 per cent on all sain; we are
doing builneis st present with some, of the
best concerns In the city; a personal Inter
view with the writer will convince you of
a safe Investment of your mooey; I will go
far as to assign the whole entire business
aa seeurliy for the money Invested: yju can
bo an M-ttye or silent partner. For further
Infornutfop. addre-i M 30. Ledger Office.
FOR SAI43 Well-equlDse nchlcs ehop.
stock and tools, also full set of patterns for
Ills manufacturing; large rolling raljl sod 01
grinder, large file cutting machine, rotary
aiauiu poial and pang propper. paauh press
ae Job paiterua, rail 6711 Wlsslnot ng si .
or phoae Tai.ony 163 .
WILL INV3T5000 la sUbllsbe4 y buej-
fies which will use ground sb4 brick bulld
ng In FhlUdelpbU. -werq must -e sound
and rent or buy properly to set Investment ;
t-reacs txeize4. UT. Xtittt Ceatru,
work for nti.R.'ar"' ""' hs cn "I1 of
the i olSIaV '.m8nlh,j. lr",f ' Av children.
years T of,? ' ?..-or n the youngest, ,4
have lien .'.". "hfn ." oldest boy .would
family i?.SL.J ? t0 w'k "nl "Slo "
JeVnlV,, 1ie..?erl0F.-'' tuberculosis, and" has
LEnOKR-PIIltiADMLPniAi WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1015,
EXnEPTIONAf. opportunity offersd to .nr
one who has '! or ;o to Invest. Address
I. ISO. Ledger central ,
I .HAVE 11000 to loan or purchase Interest In
business having opportunity for development.
. ,f .,, iuHfr central
MttMNElt, centrally located, wlihes partner,
or wilt sell interest; gentleman preferred.
Address J IT. Ledger lelntal ,
WAQONflllor. donntown. lerge place, good
stand, eitabllshed over CO years; owner re
tiring I, fid. Ledger Central ,
OrSTER CAEE. RESTAl'RANT! sell chearC
or will take partner. 1820 Woodland ae.
CLEAN INO AND DYEINO
OSTRICH rEATllKRH AND FANCIES
CLEANED. DYED, MAIMIOT. 1.M0 Chestnut.
DRESSMAKING AND MILtilNERY
ADVANCE styles tn dressmsklng: J3 and uo-
rtru, mA-i d. nun si, uicKinson tMl .
UHLMSMAKIM1 tautht; short, prae. eourse.
MoDoivell, 307 Denckla Bldg,, lllli & Market,
OOWNS for all oceaslons. remodellngi modern
ale price. l.VO Walnut. Loeuji 077.
HEM8TITCIlINtf"done"KileVou wait, 8e. per
. yard, nesting also. Nachman, 700 Arch at.
sihufinr cui'RSG in 2Q lessons, Amertcin
niLI.IARD, pool, romblnstlon, 2d hind bought,
t5id'OT'JUiex'd, Kesfer, 320 O Irani ve.
NEW MEMRERS ALWAYS WELCOME
The Castllllsti club sludles and comersfs In
HI'ANIHH. lluthiess customs, phrsseology
uught under natlie teacher. Eiery evening
8-10 Dues si a inonlh.
ACCOMPLISHED TUTOR for boy needing spe
cial help has few hours a. day open; moder
ate. J 3 1. Ledger Central.
........- DOUOIIT. SOLD
DIAMONDS EXCHANGED W1NDOLP1I,
. APPRAISED, 28 N. 12TH ST.
ANTILLES, broken lnelr. gold, false leeth.
tndl.in telles plstnli Inught. 2120 Ridge ai e
PRINTING TROL'HI.ES CORRECTED
James . HATES Company,
111 N. Lflh st.
RELIABLE STORAGE HOVINO. PAC1C-
Ing, shipping, 2W0-44 N. 80th St.; Dla, 4747,
WEST Monarch Storage Co. Auto and pack-
1'IIILA. Ing and shipping, 3870 Lancaster avs.
FURNITURE Antiques, pianos, etc., part
7, .. . or entire house bought.
Kens. Furniture Co.. U143 Kensington A vs
ROOMS TOR RENT
ARCH. Ml. nnd 320 S. Rroad at. The clesneit
tmiiiBuru lunnie ,.Hieani neni, pains: sj up.
HAItl.su, 32ln ri no first-floor rooms: suit den
tist or doctor or apartments. The Chilton,
Mis lleilu Mcclain, Manager.
IIRO'AI . N., UK-Large, attractively furnished
looms: steam heat, elcctilc light; southern
exposure- excellent location. 1U mliiutcs irom
heart of city: p! ndld dining room: n.eala
optional: phoio uisplaed at Ldger Central.
DltOAD, S.. 3.11-Furnished or unfumhihod;
also pioleselonal otrlce, electrlclt.
CATHARINE, "l 121 Sd floor front; "well" fur
nished and heated. Dickinson 4uilW.
i llANCELLOIt, ,1012 -Prliato inmllj haB nlte
lurnlshcil rooms for louplo, conenlcntto L.
i, H ESTN L'T. ly28-.NIcely"f urnlslied room, near
CHESTNUT, 41.'10 Lxccp. acs7, warm, cheer
ful rooms; corns.; board optional; phune.
CHESTNUT, 1!KI lloomfl, single end en suite,
steam heat. Telephone Locust 731.
CHESTNUT, IOCS Desirable vacancies; south-
.i ii i--AimBurB ru nning water.
CHESTNUT. 204.1 (Lexington) Large 2d floor
from: private bath; single accommodations.
CHESTNUT, 1728 Attractlic rooms, single
and double; elect, lights; steam heat; gen. a.
HOTEL GRANT AND ANNEX. 8th and
Spring Garden; 100 warm rooms, furnished
o,' unfurnished; day or week, ery moderate
rates. Call and Inspect.
n.VRUE, beautifully turn, front combined elH
Jlng and bedroom; exclus. sec. Proston 2201 D.
LOCUST, 1501 Attractive i-oems. single or
suit. adjoin, bath : turn, or unfurn.; low rents
l'INE, 1330 Neatly furnished rooms: private
baths; electric lights; hot-water heat.
pfNfT, HJ2 Nicely furnished, large front room;
near listh. owner. Hlbert 413H W.
l'INE, 11211 Prlv. family; well-furnished front
- room; hot-water hea.t, gentlemen.
Li'RLCH. 2022 Desirable suite, with private
bath: open file; phone; owner.
SPRUCE, 1208 l-arge. attractlte rooms, well
neateo: scit two irienas or n.arrtcti couple.
SPRUCE ST., 5030 Nicely furn, 2d-Hoor front
roonWor2genlleincn; board optional.
VENANGO 1412-Prlvate family 'wilt" rent
large wcll-furo. parlor; board oppoajte.
WINUT. 0732 Large light 2d-floor rooms.
bav window; corner house, nlco neighborhood
nn d ceii"enlen t: nhono Helmei it. lUOT n
WALNUT. .1005 Large 2d-lloor front; semP
prliata bath; hot-water heat: except, table.
WALNUT, noon Handsomely furnished rooms;
modern com en.; select neighborhood; phone.
WALNUT. f.O.'12-Large, attract, furn. 2d-tory
front room: hot-water heat. Helmont 1272 D.
WALNCT, 43U3 Two 2d-floor rooms, unTurn. ,
southern exros ; pleseant. Preston 2720 D.
fj2d and Saniom Furnished
rooms; iren only: tneals;
WEST BRANCH shower baths; near L; all thn
Y. M. C A. conifoitn of homo. Phono llel-
tnmit 4C81; Koy.. West flstl.
7TH. N.. 2117 S beautiful front rooms, furn.
co m pleie, housekeeping: plenty ho t water.
13TH,".S. 2.17-COMFORTABLE FURNIHHED
ROOMS; ALSO TROFEI-alONAL OFFICE.
13TII. S., 323 Nicely furnished rooms, reason-
able prices: all conn.; centrally located.
17 ril. N.. 3.1.13 Prli ate family will rent w eTP
furnished rooms. Tioga Ol il Li.
COTII. N. . 37 Pleasant furnished rooms, ad-
Joining; private ramiiy; seirci neignoornoo a .
MH'II, S., 134 Comfortably turn. 2d-f1oor front,
alo single room; hot-water heat; phone.
POTII, S , 137 Refined gentlemen for neatly
fllrniineq room: oinvrn. i Trunin laiiuiy.
WITH, S., 187 Large, cheerful Id-floor room;
n Icely furnished; housekeeping; reasona ble.
LARGE, clean, attractive rooms, single or en
aulte; quiet, ref. nelg'hood. I, 152, Led. Vent.
SPRUCE. 120 First-floor front office, large,
attractive, well heated, all conveniences;
suit doctor or dentist,
SPRUCE. 13.17 Professional offices: suites wllh
Paths slnaie rooms. Phone Walnut 1RW V
LOCUST, 130-1 2d floor front office; large,
bright t suitable for dentist or physic 1sik t.13
CEDAR AVE., 4U02 Very desirable furn. nne.,
with good table board; private family; Wood.
Isnd 21.1 D. Photo displayed at I d. Centrsl
CHESTNUT, 4048 Good table; nlco neighbor-
hood: con, city. Phone Preaion 1I2I P.
CHESTNUT, 4025 Rooms, single or en aulte,
with or without board: unfurnished. Phone.
POWELTON AVE., 4037 Sunny tront room.
Wltn poaro. quiei immiyi cu, inwww.
SPRUCE, 1221-20 (Ilrlsmonde) Furn. rooms.,
single, en suite; privaie pains; tauia iroarn.
WALNUT, 4044 Nl9ely furnished room; conv,
location; ISPIS I ru, iiniiwwii. a,,i, ,-,.
WALNUT, 4105 I rge front room, sou
exposure talso smell room; table board.
r?:-.r--.j..M -..""". .H' .,-,. .. .,,.nu .
VfA&iVT. 4322 Large 2d-floor sunny room!
moosrn ,mMwr wm .,,. .....
WASHINGTON AVE.. S-Neatly furn, sin-
IS OWH, . ,v. qww ........ M. a... .
SSTIl, S., 108 Handsomely fur. room, corner
housel exesp. isuisi prie.w iuir. ti..ww.
urrH. 8.. Ml Handsomely furn. 2d front t V
strlcted nulghborhoodl private; hot-weier
heett also, llrhts: excel, board; Pel. 4-08 W.
A FAMILY OF 3 desire two Id-floor front
rooms, with boaid; good location; owner pre
f.rr.d! A 217, Ledger Office.
EXCB -LENT, Southern, home cooklnr. The
ClsTOOnt. th - Wslnut. Baring 7-2 W.
If AVERFORD Desirable aecommodstlons,
with board. Phene Ardmore 123 X.
ATLANTIC CITY. 107 8. VJROINIA AV
Cholee home table: steam hist; Attractive
GENTLEMAN, single, desires board with, prt.
vate family ; reflnsdj mod. A 213. Led. Off.
WALNUT -T.. lilt Desirable furnished room
en suite with betbs. also single room at low
figures. Apply on... premise from 12.30 to 4
Sf ra. nd to B. tlunn. T13 alnut at all
hours- S-Qio qispiayeq ai cqgsr .wsmrai
WALNUT. 1222-24 (Kenwood) Desirable vacs.,
klnile or en suite, prlv bath, will furnish to
ault tenant, moderate rsnt. Walnut 8184.
SPRING OARDEN7"lfn-ExcelIsnt apts. d$
different house; some furn'd. kitchenettes.
OVERHROOK - Two comuiunKating rooms,
pnv porcu . uutiu vp ru mtiwwy- tf y.
FOR VACANCIES and cewpleie informattaa
of alt apartments FREE, cusult
lltb. jJ Spruce ill'. Pot Wsut M-..
writs r Jfebrutry H Aitj-MU Dtrtstory,"
. j i iiAiiifu trr.
TWA nrtflnn. m, .Ilk mI, I..1W, ...ll.
Je dentin or doctor or pmts! Mrs. Bell
"v".'"! wgr, iien pnone. l'reston 0301.
TJVO rooms, and bath, second floor; hot-water
. iri. au evenings, inai. Wallace at,
An.Anrj,rjJ!TS near tatlnn, all eonvenlenes;
25 to 1 per month, dohn Nacey, 3.1 North
IRglilndnie . I.ansdowne
WANTKU Immediately, by two ladles, fuf;
hlshud apirtment, two .rooms, bath Riid
kltchenetie. state fully particulars nnd
price. I 81 Ledger Central.
BROAD, 8, 1321-2 cry large rooms, linfur,
nl'hed, Kith, kitchenette, gas rsnge
1527-29 Spruce Street
A P A R T M E N T S
ON FIRST FI.OOR
Apply on Premises
Northwest corner 10th and Pine sts.
Modern, up-to-date, il-room housekeeping
apartment' elevator and Janitor eerilre day
nnd night: rent 10 per months open for In
spection day and night, Sundavs Included
Photo on display at ledger Central
KENT APARTMbNTS . ,'i? t.
Hnusekeelng apartments, 4 rooms and bathi
t32.no month, Janitor service.
. ..NORFOLK APARTMENTS
Jiesirable 4 ! ft room spnrtments, near
rark; janitor sen ire; rensoi able rentals
, IlECIITEL. 3232 Hldgo aie
LENOX. ftiTII AND CHESTER AVE.
FURNISHED OR 1 NFURNI8HEO
See.tnnitor ni ,hono Woodland '.Olll-n
THREE ROOMS first floor, hnusekeeolng. 3
slng'ernoiu. Jl.ftii. ApplyM01 N. 10th
1213 N. K'Til Four'rnoms and bathflow rent".
Waldman. llltt Glrard nve.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
1M0 N. WOODSTOC1C ST,-7-room house,
brownstone trimmings: all conveniences;
must be sold to close an eatatel reasonable.
Apply Jonea Brothers, Northeast corner 10th
snn ureen sis.
MOUNT AIRY AND CHESTNUT HILL
Felham Trust Co.. 0710 Oermantown eve.
S. E. 18TH AND TIOGA
Deslrsbly located, modern; (l-room houre-
keeplng npartments: steam heat; Janitor,
convenient to train and trolleys
SAMUEL T. FOX . CO.
S, E. UTH AND CALI.OWHll.f,
SEVERAL largo tracts of lmproied land on
high ground, wide streets nnd with unexcelled
trolley and train service for sale on ground
rent. Address I 331, Ledger Office.
lf.O RUILDINO LOTS on Broad at and Inter
seotlug streets, between 8h and 10th sts ,
high ground; wide streets nnd desirable sur
roundings; suitable for a hulldlng operation.
Address I. 3",0. Ledger Cfflcc
WE SPECIALIZE In suburban property nlong
tho P. and It.
il ii.. iieiiiioiiciii nnci unviemown
we offer suburban, homes, farms
lmproied country places and building altei.
we can saiisiy anv rrisonaoie purcuHser.
H. .f IIAOER. Inc.. Ambler. Pa
FOR SALE Well-located property, In Media:
house of 10 rooms. Including bath and other
comenlunces: first floor and upstairs porches:
excellent outlook and near train and trolley,
price reasonable; large aum may remain on
first mortgago If dealred Apply to
E. F. COPE. WEST CHESTER, PA.
R F. D. No. 5.
West Chester, Tn.
TEN-ACRE TRACT on P., B. & W West
Chester division, not fsr from OAKBOURNE
STATION, tlirca minutes by train from West
Chester; without buildings, three acres open,
seven In woodland: Ann spring, suitable for
raising fruit or poultry, or for the erection
nf a bungalow for summer use In midst of
beautiful country; price reasonable. Apply to
E. F. COPE
West Chester, Pa. R. F. D. No. 8,
3 ACRES, J4200: 1'4 miles station,
1IEALU, West Chester. Pn.
ATLANTIC CITY. X. .1.
HOTEL, 110 rooms, nesr beach : rented $4000
...... n.iM sianno: uni.aual terms.
. .,.-',.!,. hmi.! rent SIU.OO: price f.S.CV).
Cottage, corner Chelsea; cost 35,06O: Isrge
lot' price :o,oro for quick sale. Aoove a
few of our bargains. Now In the time to buy.
11. Q. HARRIS CO.. BARTLETT BLDG.
HsdJonflrld. N. J.
t.-in'R pnoPErtTina at
WM. CAREY MARSHALL.
Ml Federsl St.. Camden
National rark. N. J.
YOUR opportunity; lots 25x150: near troller:
overlooking Del.; adjolm Campben Soup Co.
I.ieloimient Greater N. J. t o.. .13 3. Hth.
Woodbury Heights. N. J.
SEVERAL desirable homel and Improved bid,
"i-i. "i reasontble prices. John Mavhsw,
Hlono Harbor. N. J.
CHANNEL I.OT near S6th st.-232
field at. Phone Kerslngton C252.
2323 Bast Clesr-
Ventnor, N. J.
CNT GO ABROAD THIS YEAR, why not
buy a cottage at Ventnor, N. J.7 Private
party haB I eo'toges to sell cheap, ranging
froni 0 to 20 rooms, alto aportment on Wal
nut at., West Phlla., paying 10 per cent.,
Jreatlv reduced on account of settling an
ili.t.' I. 840. Ledger Central.
112 ACRES, Chester County farm: stone and
frame house, atone and frame born for 30
head stock; outbuildings, good spring, largo
.ream plenty of fruit, shade, low price,
atream, pie fr McCOLI.UM .
1311 Walnut at., Philadelphia.
"Don't Forgetthe Number.'J
Jon-ACivJs-Location, land, buildings, nets;
and railroad facilities all .first cltii: ha;
Sv.rytniiig that goes to make a Mod farms
sJeial ifoclc farma cheep. 150 200 and .251)
."crSst the vcVJ best .of l.nd land -hMol .Ute
your want.. JONArHAN c. IAH,
' ACRES, me to village. 3 miles station,
with 6-room frame cottage, frame barn,
Thicken houss. pigsty, etc.; all In good con
dltlon: variety fruit; good water; apecUl bar.
In -t . liK cash Hunsberger'e Farm
g'"eflran ' " r- , . ,
nrACRESrilaln Line, bargain! decide. I op.
portunltyj $00 per acre. J. I. THOMPSON,
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
Atlantic City. N. J.
HOTELS, cottsgss. apartments, eto. ,,-
change for Philadelphia prooerilss. Chaa.
" gill. 33 S. Psnna. avs.. Atlantlo City.
REAL ESTATE TOR RENT
Vaetorlee. Warehouse. Mfg. Floor
1233 CHESTNUT STREET
Entire second floor. 2000 squire reel.
Very light. Steam heat. Klectrlo light.
yery y,elbt elevator.
Private entrance from Chestnut st.
MEARS & BROWN ",&,&
Office. Buslnes Hooms. te.
FOH RENT Psrt of offle. ecoad.floor front!
ail WW"',-"- --- ..-.--.- ...
IieSu ROOM In well-furnliihed otflcei terms
R-eoi-ble. 217 Parkway Hldg.
5NLY 6nb OFFiCQiEiT. Keyeteoe Tele
Shone Building, 135, 8. 2d et.
Atlantlo City. N. J.
HOTELS, boarding houses, cotUgss. eto.
""' 1 EAN SfOORE. 40 8. Florida ire
ATLANTiO CITY cottage, apartment, bo
"tsla etc. AtUntla Really Co.. Ituniphry Bldg.
TOR BENT PUBNISHED
HOTELS. BOARDING lOUBES. VILLAS.
CaXTAOES. APARTMENTS, any aeaaon. all
locutions, Ail-atlu City, C-eUt-, Vsntocri
utoinobile sect I e.
i. u iiAimip v.. ruoic JDWgt
FlVJB PCR CJSNT. bulWtug si.oclitlon eit
8SSSS, WWW HUSH,
sir, HI- m T-h.
.er ate charges.
11 ! I ' " """ il'l II I, .M.I III Mil, i ,,!,! 1
SCRAPPLE "' '
Not Up to His Job
Wllllitm Dean ltotvells nt a dinner In
Doaton gflld of modern American letters!
"The average popular novel 1tow on
Ilia novelist's part an Ignorance of Ills
trado which reminds me of n New Eng
"In n New England village J entered
tho main street department store one
afternoon and said to the clerk at the
" 'let me have. Please. th tetters of
" 'I'ostomce right serosa the street. Mr.
Lamb said the clerk, with a nslve. brisk
anine, sl louis Globe-Democrat
"Where does a cat purr?"
"According- to wljere he Is."
"He's a pretty fair attorney. Isn't h7"
"Fair! He's a wonder. "Why, that man
single-handed has acquitted our most no
torious criminal three times for exactly
similar crlmcs."-Clevcland Plain Dealer.
No Need to Change
Cholly Defoto I met you I thought of
nothing but making money.
Ethel Well, keep right ont Pop ain't
ns ncu as toiKS tninKi Dallas News,
'Tour hair Is very thin on top, sir!"
"Yes; I'd look well tho other way,
May Docs she sing for money?
Hay I don't know. The only time
I cier heard her she seemed to be
singing for spite.
The Zeppelin Scare
"I can't understand It. A month ago you out her dead, and notr you can't
make, too much fuss of her."
"My dear, It's quite simple. She has the biggest cellar tn the district."
Wl - iM J ( N0' NEER AUWAYS j
Il ' T HNS COAL, SMUTS
lili0 ' inJACE !7l I
THE PADDED CELL
SHOWrUG- THE CH LDREM HOW. I
V-n Merer, tm ei irM vaiuc-i I I
c-r . .,
Y p 75S )
VC----W:" IN )
p AN (
SURE HE DOES
aji xrc a-. tt-i. i
Three A. M.
"You remind me so much of my
poor dear husband!"
"How's that, mum?"
"He always camo sneaking In about
this time in the morning!"
, ..... Copyright. Fltegende Blsotter.
"Pardon me, air. Is that a club?"
"Thank you! That's my family,"
Philanthropist But why don't you
get a handorgan and go round and
try and earn soma money?
Tramp No, that would be too much'
ot a grind.