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BTENIH& TEPftPai-PHILAPELPHIA, THTJESPAY, FlDBBTTABY 18, 1915:
" ' i - ' -- ' ' "
. tjBBDED O.TJICKI.Y
saSK-' . r.;-Zrrz
W,ili Ww " Tifmkr Is mn nftrf now
"tTYRtrts old- is Tim only hi-p-
1 8oe- mother. 4 brother and
4W,iJli ttorxcd in a rope factory, but
'-i .n kind oi worn no I'MI . i-VJ
tf.S.nktord District, 6. t. tt, iM
wsvMrt LAST HMriAnjvii rum
PPSpsn AND PUBLIC ACCOUNT
RSommMort by New York firm. E. A..
lTr"VffAhs, BTIttfHO, , HEALTHY
WTJ? ?'. wilt do any .c'nd of M'AJ?
' in gfd grnnaiatner; parems mm
, wrf JJd Sitr (20 years) out of work
? .' '
lSrv?An8. jdwish, wib heb wnn
Wikpfai orlvlng trn or doing anything
Et'YrtSln hi" home! father la tuberculous
IB?iim in family of four working. J.
fmi "' i i '
FSfTTTnAllB, WANTS woiiki imnANDB
MAfJe around elorai family very poor)
nf a f work three moninsi mmn "iy
Wj",J girl out ot family ot nine. J.
estrVsAns, wants wonii,r.nnANDfli
f'jS.lfhimi'lt useful about store; parents
2.' store 'or factory! father dead; four
Iw'jiMffl on worllnl ,ncome N'
iTiEAnfi, WANiawonK of, any
irta'..J:.A?irtmA four veunaer brotheta!
'SimiHUIlnayl man aiidwlfo have been
Wra.h in ind grocer e; needs work
fSKfieli In rent.E.AH 20
KSs-nnTHert - IN LAST :
4K.onUfcrt - IN LAST POSITION .1
BM.S rntoiorer says "his work satisfactory
wtffft- A UUTCllCU "WITH A.
SI ("lldren. ranging from I to 1
J tUr has Cecil "- "" -.-,.. v..-..in
-laiM. PUS 10 III KJmrllujr mi v.uM.1. .-
SrJl5l o? a position. Ills wife would Ilka
IrMffiS 'a. W XfAf 8 ?,LV:
SfttiSilnvwork that s ofreredT ills wlfa li
as!ST5lin Saralyal. and the family ol
EffflrTcC S. 0.VC, Clarissa street and
lKlkisitEit - MAIUUL.UMA.S. .19
.S fli. 5Uh SO jcara' experience with
S3? lis to o '",0. "'" , for himself.
"nffl'.Siiilormcnt as brass finisher or sales'
Wt.,??'l .urtrh nmiiren. Understands
2tu fliture Luelncss thoroughly. He la
SSeuea to do work In.pollahlnit or lacquerlnit
LiU at hems II required. -a mo uinii .ma n
mvii r.Mi4..n in extreme) Llreumstances.
hTiIb fufnlth the Highest rjferencea as to
.SaUUf aid ability, fi. A.. 17H.
?ttMr from, a local family for eoverut
WW K. A.. aXl.
HBPiffillkitER. - fcPBSlUENCCU SlANT
raaw rrtferepces liavo been. found trustwor
i? indfsa.llfaotory by Investigators of tho
Krr(ticr Aid Committee, wania.norn ouuiy.
Sniff), too 111 to aew and their two small
3V"i. (aek nourUblng; food. IX A.. 211.
JfiSiNEfrWOkKKll HklL.LtlU CADINKT
rtt"'li has the highest references from
in last employer, wun wuom uiuu n.weuiia
Srntkcd for M years This man has a wlfo
r;j u is aesoerate want. K. A., 181.
iu employers say he. nilea wun ngneai eai
iittct&o to to with Kapld Transit Company
pi.wM "- nav (,, wrnnir nldn of Inrint
Koa".ndv'wa's-'droppcd." flas wlto. na
Sil Family In utmost distress. U. A., li.l.
b?B. and O. n. n, will do anything1. In
teitttlott shows man to bo honest, sobor and
eooftUot. E. A., 178; ,
cCRPasiEaiiBriB is a family wiiosn
Ttlrtomtunoes aro described nu "deeperato
MJSaereWcy -Aid Investigators, who say that
s man does not drink and Is a good work
Sim tns man haa been out of work for
BjntMr he owes 4 months' back rent to hla
llSSlOfJ, who Is willing; to let him atay, but
MtdMlis money himself,, as ho Is poor: tha
kuI wife and 8-year-old boy have not enough
U tt. 'and they may lose their furnlturo,
iilcS U rartly paid for; tho woman wants to
nrk; and -her husband will nccopt any kind
it aipoiltlon. IX A.i SIS.
arfESNTER-irUNOARIAN, BKILLBD AND
tplencedf carinnter, out of work since
IiU.,1 onjthe .list of applicants of tho Uo
dfilot qrgsnUlne Charity. He has a wife.
k) thres Children, and an Infant born alnco
tl ICIC (US JOO. js.unxious ll KCI. uiijriuuiK
tSKwll) Dllke his family Independent, rter
U'erii it' Ibe Eastern District Office, 3J8
iu.iawnc street, me s. o. c, ouu,
ciHPKNTEIl-A MAN WHO CAN DO ALL
sUaj of carpentering work, especially laying
k noori i ass oeen out or vvorK severui mon.iis:
rift'and three children urgently In need ot
wpi soon do evicted ror non-payment oi
ji. w u sia.
.CARPENTBn COLORED MINISTER, 4.1
QeAn old. wants work as caroenter. printer
w painter. Itecomnuided as a thoroughly
rampiiesi ana atierving man. lifts a who
f d 3' children. Will do anything. K. A.,
tHfB.NTDR AND WHARF BUILDMl-DX-
ftrtfnced man, 35 years old, -with wife and
l tnild. Iteputable whart building concern
Un of lilmi "Excellent reliable man. Would
iair Diiro him If we had anything lor
" iwm). t c;. A.( lai.
PWiNTeit JOQBINa CARPBNTER. US
Slltfiold. with wlfA &nd .1 hllrireni anlendld
rtfoews from last employer. E. A., 188.
raSPffiFKR-WELL HECOMMtlNDED SV
icacuauiqnra Department Store, where he
!W5 yeara. E. A.. 183.
iRklPNTEIl-EPFlCTDNT MARRIUD MAN
m time. B. A.. IS.
BR AND CHIPPER MAN HAS
1GI1 Otlt Of WnpV .'I mnnlh. onA half Wftr
It IT V 1.aa n.nB.. ... An hLimm Ilia
,.-' . IIB. MW.AVU 111 UIIQ IKI..D. Ill
U-Wr-old boy, who has worked In the mill.
R'feoy.of work. 8. O. c, 893. Northeast
BWcL 8-'0. C. 1340 North Howard street.
nAabkLln itnnif wiit.t. if wnitM
safeturlng concern recommends man aa
2?.MfJ'lllutrl0us and ery efficient work
wn", B. A... 174.
juyrBUR-rnucK driver, so years
-V cot of work 4 months; has a sick wlfa
couoren tna youngest 1 year old do
it Unfln Yt m H rt f Wll IVAnlnnA
glct, . p. c, ia"2 s'outii 47th street.
iijjerrtreful driver! strictly eober: fin ref-
KTRTi.""" wcu-Known caD company; niar-
!ffiMPow sewing. U A.. S01.
WUrFRim iNvnsTroATon. vavna
fwifa tnA Mill J.
en starving; aterllng man
?l.Ea PIvat0 reference: many ears at
iKST. ulneM methods; 65 ycari ot atr
H,Cf,Tl?JL MVJnt exhauetedj clean, refined
SK? tJ Jl3 m Urfi5 b0U8ea: r,rBt
tiiirtTrt a vuviciiv rnciuui Tiwwia
S? vittoo lerKl VrU" Pennsylvania Kallroad
?rll Irt rW virwlaj4( uttrsh nniu altlni
Mn.'t r v.n : . n .
Ntitft Vai a?7 mMriom wiia nuw Kviiins
,-. wwti, nfin ijwga roiorences, xj,
ICTOJt AN Al"'MANrwiTH JIIOH-
-1 --"7 i'ihi task viiitiurt ttas
l.,clu': also eltrlcal: suoDort of a Ism
E. .V., 100.
.OTOit'S FOTtmuN HAS 3 8PLUN
'"'A.fSJ.'1' d0,,'n ftni1 Uti '"m d
fe-,5ANrALSO DO PORTBR1NO WOHK:
HU 3 imall phllflpn. mil aI wnrV manv
l?lftidl,p"u 0011 references.
niirnnni.nt .Vv tAI.V..
iH5fw,i has been out of work all winter
SaW'ew odd Jobs; has very good ref-
ttwirVfifii ""i.01 troweiton uistnct, a,
jyaL.4018 Powelton avenue.)
SSJWl AND MECIfANiCMAN. 1IONTHB
ff or.k- has a wffa and two small chll.
a;;1?0"0 . "Pott him. B. O. C. MO.
gMt District, 8. O. C Ui.9 fiouth 23i
$Yiii, do ANYTHrNO'Aia'JiW AtH
ii.(. r. 'iu already large family Is dally
Fraii' Jttr,,r' honest anf willing! has doc
L FUl Slid An rtaat n. 11 1 oin
PINO AND BLACKSMIWH
M.M.. bBU., 4r- .... .MHlKU
'iu Laid ott due to decreasa In bul-S-if,
"dy worker. ober and rtsuUrJ
Ejn",,S. ? 4. amau cnuaren, eeaa
u. a , 11..
ffine.f ip ona place. Haa a wlfa and
tT ik. yft,Sw,rt. " youngest 8 month.
Ha H .Vuidlni.1 t'fa'yf"! n" has to
l". W t hospital three times a. week for
!$ OpfcttAl-OR-A 16-YEAlTbLD
lutiii foajtion as elevator onerator.
'h ts take anything Ie laona of
K,1 !. lb Iit o? ths Boclsty for
itETXh'1 n" a, brother 2t year
rrta,TSi''v,UDJ,''t'P. . wfdowed mother
tWP brother, but 3 moatha ago lost
u ZT.l " eroteer. a. lonasnoretnio.
s5Stii5V'i!?ri' '.DC 'al" Soelety desires
iJH this Utter- also. Cm onivd Ihor-
mttryiR1!. JUltd at th Wood
jP$ OfSe, ias itouth 47tU tet.
3PL CVSSffSm-thm Society tor
Pharlty has on IU list ol ap-
rBjaB wn, after steady employment
tmlt dfJf, Faaner for teasy year, his
vw wr tw ii year e wy
Lth t-&an nnvlhinv f.. f,,,u.f
, i.Wa 1,T... .hi,.d. i..,.. X.s-
iSS 1'iln t, ,1 i .Mid
'Wsn i,i xi. nuiinl irVffiti
; ii." e u li i ai.ia ltk u miisfa ta
Kwitrrfi AMERICAN, isyuaiis, will
rfllS'of workl .father deserts d i mothei
ft out of worki 'pother win Ao tnf
!& WR"-"""- No- "" J. W. H.
SM r. IBXPfmlBNCBD COTTER Ir7
8ai8!11.4 'Wldrin-a clothes! as yeara old.
SB'S tendd reference t roiA last employer.
W JS51? he worked the last S years. Has
SjJM i " 183 Con'!lUIO,, ol '""
iPi? ?"ANlf RUNNKR-MAM OfToS
Svff,,.o1 out ' wurle t! months; has
fi!f4K,M? de eat vilfe. B. O. c, pvo.
ffRi Dlauict, S, O. C, 1233 South 47th
fm enw.lt childin. 6
an usun.t. 0. . C, 4M1
tAI tftr ofpfnnfni; o tftn efnlsllcnllon nn
frplntidtlo 0 ffci Numbers l pivtn and tioxo
ihrno ntctly Inilflduols can be reacKil tctthouf
rt.oort t.AYr.ri - man. art ypuir ot.ti,
with very good nork reteieneesi has been oyt
pf work 4 months Ho has (I children under 13
fL'."I" J? J!'-. l...,'.A . fM. (Frankford Dls.
Tn-t. a, o. tr, Imi
rtms-iTtinM poLisiirm -pociety ron
OrxnnUtng Charity has nmon Ha arnitl
cants an Amfrlean. 41 years old, Krone and
eneraetle. with to years' eirerienre ni n flnor
pollther lie wants work in surfiort himself
and a wife and child. .Reenl tha 20 years with
ona firm, and loft.rmsltlon Ihrouah chanite of
?r,?n.,1"SU' nja'8'ored at the Southeastern
District Office. MO Wharton street, rilo S, O.
FUUNITUnn SALESMAN-YOPNO MAN,
the sole supocrt.of n widowed mother, snta
work eliher n. furnltiira salesman or. at a
cabinet maker In furniture factory, lie ran
Ki.n BHccueni. i.F.:nininenoniignn irom lssi em
nloyer an to rAllablmv and
tnsker a yeara, n. a. lo2.
hat MAKKn - nxpuniENcnn hat
maker and factory hand, who Tost position
when emnloycr went out of builn'ss B months
aro. Has a sick wife and II children. J3. A.
lipnsnstioan-wtu.ii nEcoMMr.NDRD my
last emnloycr, with whom ha worked 2 years,
HOt'Pi: PAINTEn-ITAMAN. wnBrT,i.vT
dilutions and efflclenl, wants work to iud
port a ,wlfo and 8 children. Ha has been out
of employment for r, niontha. nnd Is registered
Ht the Sooletv for Oraanltlno; charily. Bouth
eastern Dlstrltt Office. Mo Wharton street,
esse, fully, tnrestltated by the Society and
found worthy. File H, O. C, BflT.
HOltfiH PAINTER THROWN Ot)T OF EM
plovment 4 months nao, a house painter with
exnerlence nnd excellent references, wants
work of any kind to support hit wife and U
children, all under 11 years. He Is reglstsred
by the Society. for Organlilnir Charity, at the
Woodland , District Office. 123$ South 47th
alreel Kile H, O, C, BW.
IN8IDB PAINTEP. AND DBCOttATOn-MAN
has been out of work alnco ths 1st ot Au
gust,, has hover, before .been out of work for
any length ot time, very good work refer'
ences. s, O. C 077, KlRhth and Oth Wards
DIHrlct. H, O, P., 17,1s Cuthbert. street.
IRONWORKER YOUNO, BNEROKTIC MAN,
has worked 18 cara In one place, and haa
neer had but ona employer, ijit his work
when tho mill whera he was employed eloped
down. Una been out or vork now 8 months,
la a wife and !! small, children, 8 years and
I months of ago, dependent on him, H. O. c.
r.W. (Northeast District, 8. O. C, 2340 North
Italian LAiioiuiii I'rALiAN, with sue
children, the oldest 12 and tho youngest
twins 3 j ears old; has been out of work S
months. He Is ft willing worker and will take
anything he can get to do, S. O. c, 690.
Southeast District, a. O. C. &10 Wharton si.
LAHORER COIvORED .LARORER. YITII
wllo and two children 4 and 2 venrs of ago
The children have been 111 and have needed a
roo.1 deal of care. As the man could not get
work, his wife haa gone out hv day tn help
aupnort family, 8. O. C, (wl. Southwest
District. H. O. C. mUlSoutli Md street.
LBOltBft-nArioilER. VITiI B CIIILDilENT
the youngest a month old. Is seeking work,
One child, a girl ot 18, would be glad to take
any work she can get.. She does sewing and
mending neatly, nnd would ho willing to take
work nt service. 8. O. C. 1114, (Powelton Dla-
trlct. 8. O. C. 4018 Powelton javenuoj
LABORER - ITALIAN, v7lTII SIX SMALL
children, has been out of work all winter ex
cept n day now and then. He has worked Mr
an electric company and has very good refer
ences. One nf his children is a cripple S. O.
C, GOO. Southeast District, H o. C. M0
LABORER MAN, WITH YE11Y OOOD I1EF
orences; haa been out of work (I months. He
has ft wlfo and 8 children, the youngest 8
months old. Ho will take anv kind of work ho
can get. H. O. C. COO. (Southeast District, 8
Q. C, COO Whnrton street.)
LABORER FAMILY IN OHEAT NEED";
tho children need clothing; temporary relief
In tho way of food and clothing haa been
given, but the. man wants work; his wife is
sick. U A, 213.
LABORER MAN. rOLlSH. OUT OF WORK
thrco months; wife tuberculosis) six children;
boy of IB will do any kind of work to help,
nlso girl of 10 years. Very urgent. No. 8G8,
j. w. u.
LABORER MAN WILL DO ANY KIND OF
work; wife and seen children to support;
has not worked for three months. J. W. it,.
LABORER, ITALIAN, OUT OF VVOnK'8"iS
months; wife nnd seven children, all ill
nourished. No. 8U8. J. W. P.
LEATHER WORKER A YOUNO RUSSIAN.
22 years old. desires work ns suitcase maker,
but will do anything. Was formerly a Rus
sian actor nnd Is the solo support of his
mother and 2 children In Russia, besides u
slter in this country. Hn cun give splendid
rtiommenditlons from his last employer, by
whom ho was laid off on account of slack
Diisinees. u. iv.. ibj.
LINEMAN AND HLECTHICIAN - YnUNd
and cncrgetlo man. who has bean out nf work
for .0 months, ia willing to take anything he
can get to da. He has S small children, nnd
.while he hua been out of Nork his wlfo has
'gone out to work by the day. Sho Is now III.
S. O. C. .11. (Nleetown and Tioga District, S.
O. C,, Clarissa street and Hunting Park nvc-
Longshoreman -and driver-man has
been out of work 4 months and will takn
anything ho can get to do. Haa a wife and
small baby dependent upon him 8. O. 0 M7.
Eaatern District, B. O. C., 838 South Lawrenco
i Vkim Fivirt man. with io ciiiT.rinr.M.
haa been out of work T months Ono of tha
Iboya liaB tuberculosis; a girl Is working part
time In a mill, and another boy, 21 eara old,
who haa been a floor scraper, 1 out of work.
They will tako any kind of work they can get.
S. o. C , Ooa. (Frankford District, 8 O ('.,
1M4 TJnlty street.)
MACHINIST SKILLED MACHINIST. 60
years old, Irish-American, out of work since
fall, wants work. Formerly employed nt Bald
win's, la head of u family ot a wife. 2
daughtera, and a son. Hi years. A recent
quarantine of family becauso of measles threw
both daughters out of work, nnd son la solo
support ot the family. He earns 'l.eo a week
In a shoe factory. Registered at Spring Har
den District Office. 1832 Brandywino street, of
tho Society for Organizing Charity. File S. O.
MATnilNIST MAN. 27 YEARS OLD, HIIN
earlan. who epeeks English: haa a very good
morlc reference from American Engineering t'o.
Haa 6 children dependent on him 8 O. C.
U01. (Eastern District. 8 O. C, MS South
MACHINISTS HELPER-MAN HAS WOftK
cd 8 years In one pluce. While he has been
out of Vmployment, his wife has been sewing
to help suprprt their n children. 8. O, C. 6SU.
(Northern district, 8. O. C. 1436 North
Marshall street.) , ,
MACHINIST; FOREMAN-MAN HAS BEEN
out ot work alnco August. Ho haa a wife
and three children 7 years, B jesrs, and baby
2 months. Spring. Garden District. H. O. C.
18J2 Brandywlne street. 8. O. C, 670.
rriiN?RT'MAN has worked 12
years In ona place and has been out of work
4 months. Ho will .take any kind of work he
can get, S. O. C..( !07. (Northeast District.
6. O. C. 2318 North Howard street.)
"MACHINIST MAN HAS BEEN OUT OF
work u months; has a sick wife. B. 0. C.
BOd. Eastern District, S. O. C. 333 South
MACHINIST'S HELPER-MAN. THOROUGH-
familiar with work about automobiles; has
ver- good work references. Has been out of
work all winter. Six children under 13. the
youngest 4 month old, are dependent upon
him. B. O. C. 010, (Powelton District, B. O,
C 4018 Powelton avenue.)
MAN OF WORK.' ITALIAN, HAB FAMIlV
ot seven children) boy of 14 In family! good
bright boys, could make himself very uiaful
srouud a store: father la a laborer; would be
willing to do any kind ot work. J, W. v.,
MILLEIt - MAN HAD SPLENDID REFER-
enco from last employer, tor whom he work-
... t C. JL.. 1BI.
1AN HAS VORKBD
isaiawin tor iu rmmtm. inn ', ""..,,
einn nasi nun n
work for nv montns, 1 nere are live cnuurou.
There are five children.
tne oldest, s coy .n. sna ; jounnwi, .
year old. Just when the oldest boy would
have been able to go to work and help th
family, he developed tuberculosis, and has
recently gone to Mount. Alfci for treatment.
Bprlng Oarden District, B. O, O., 1(32 Brandy
wine street. 8. O. C..676. .
PAtNffcli7Y"0"U'Np , ITAIJLVN. , SFTSFS?,
wishes work at painting, It possible, but will
tak any kind of work! parents are old and
father not -working for several monthai the
son haa left home each morning about B a. m.
and has wnUed the street until exhausted.
He la a good workman, hardwood finlshsr,
PlUNTSR - MAN"7HSRTpnRniTlf
rood refsreneest ha Men out w work, u
very urgent ease. ro. 000. j. w. .
mentb. II ha 3 children and a sick wire.
8. O, C-i W2. (Eastern Dlstriot, B. 6. O., 8J8
Bouth Lawrenc strut)
ItlDlMq,, INSTHUCTOR-CAPABLH HOKSK;
man. 23 year old, with honorable discharge
from U. B. cavalry, wiehea employment firing
riding lesson or la the car ot b.ores. K, A.,
t" 1..- -j..-----.;--it.-.-i..-i TrTfX
states he is
h splendid reteTcnee from last fempii
km hs vii laid off on aecovnt of 1
work, deilres innffoyment. tlH .has a wife
and i cMd Md win 9o irtylhla tokeep them
SKlELED MECHANIC-UAN WITII OOOD
work reeordi can furnish laterencasi ha been
out ot work nveral months; wlf and two lit
tle children facing destitution. J W. v., 872.
good rsferenees, hu tfen out of work all
winter. Ills wife ta delicate, bis oldest boy
ha tuteroulosls, and thsre ere 8 other chil
dren, th youogest B year old. B,0. C.. BBf
Southeast District. B O. C , M0 Wharton ..
11 and yun( a yar and half. All
lest ummr bU work waj lary slack as4 h
his not had met work tinea, th l;t of 8ep
teoiber. lie wlU Jakf.jny kind of Work he
can get. B. 0A a. BiC Boutnwest DlltHct,
B. O. C . 1S18 Souths Hi1 street.
TEAMSTERMAN, WTH. WIFE AND f
louna children, th youniest J-m9nthT0lJ
bibyTs 011 tluLapl4l.taU' Eitof th Syclsr
for OrganUlo charit Ws first-class
ster until two it o whe hi cootraeted
tuberculoal. Fa-41y was cared for by
jsT6cy in tho jnijwhH Man pronounced
car last faJ4 but bm fa WS.tt. g
m!SBt Want s. sftefa W
raW Ijiin4ai assta, Ktstrtd lat iWetaV
tra Dtatn 0 JfW SoutB. 224 Wes,
BHIf 1'joii, aw as; ,wn jibu vi
will do anythlnr; u employer
honest jJid orlhy; laid off due to
WOi.X NEEDED QUIOKIiY
tjlt , orplnHWff tf ihn efnesWeallbit nrt
ffpfanaHon 0 Xeu .Vumdera Is tflinn and how
tjittt ntidy IndlflSiialj con be reaclcdi tollnoat
TIIRKR rjXPI,ra IN HAMK FAMILY , OUT
i.w. "0,"T""n is an Italian laborer, ami win
taK any kind pf work ho can gel He has
S.''."'" ehlldren-18, U and .1 years ot
age The,18-ear-oId sll line been helping by
doing fewing, but would llxo rtulr and per
manent emplojment The man's wife haa
been doing watlilng and lewlng '-hen alia
could get It, She, alio, would like Inoru
J'fady work 8. O, c, f0. southeast Dls
Itlct, 8. p. ct MO Vharton .street.
WATr!lt-MAV..tiv. xi vitAtio eif.n nil"
sober hsMls, with n.wifo and 2 children who
aro in rtrspernte need, rtetlreji
watchman or caretaker. E; A. IP
WHAVim - MA.V, HI VB.UIS OLD;. MAS
rren out of work (I months. Ills wife. has
been up nr sewing to help support their 3
sniail ihlidren, H..O. Cu COO. iFrankford Dls
irict. 8. c- c,t tju Unlly ureet.)
tWEAVEIl-sKILI.nD CARPET WnAVF.H,,)
j-iib oin, o( sooer ana inausirious naoiis,
wants work Wife, B5 ers old. will takn
washing or work as hourecleaner. B. A. 188.
whauf iiini.onn-nxfERiriNcnn man.
42 year old, ft years with last employer, who
was forced to let him bo to cut down expenses.
Haa.H wife, B children. Ills w f Is. to hae
1. Immediate help. Is neces
lly Is 3 months behind In
a in danier of being evicted
enry aa this famll:
neir rent, and are
by tho landlord. E.
WIDOW'B 3 SONS OUT OF WOIWC A
widow with 0 children was dependent on her
S eldest sons. Now they are all out nf work.
One has worked at Baldwin's and tha other
S have. been helpeia on axnreea wagons They
will take any kind of work that Is offered. B.
O. C. BST. 1 Northern District, S, O. C, 14JK
North Marshall street.) , .
wooDwoHKit-cincui-.n saw opera"!
tor. 83 years old, hss beon out ot work :l
months. lie is a widower with 2 small boys.
Will take any kind of work that Is offered him.
ft. O. C. Bill. (Woodland District, 8. O. C, 1232
Sou th 47th street.)
BMIIROIDEnr WIDOW WItO DOES JinAtf.
tlful hand embroidery wants work for the
aupport of her two children, B. A.i.lnO.
Oltti,. ABOUT HI. MCyiltr.R DnAD, WANTS
permanent posillon with private Cathollo
family os mother's helper, or to assist with
housework, J. W. B 7
OIRtS-VWO OIRLS WANT ANY KIND OF
work; housework or sewlne, no nns In family
of eight working- mother 111, J. W. II., SIM
HOI.lflnWORK WOMAN WANTS PLACB
with daughter doing some kind of house
work! they are penniless and without re
aource. p. .A,, 210.
OPERATOR, EXPERT ON 8IIIIIT8 AND
ahlrtwalsts; n young womsn who has been
out of work several weeks Is ery urgently In
need ot helni she has been supporting a cousin
who Is too 111 to work snd their case Is most
pathetic; they have been living In a boarding
liouse where the peoplo have been most con
siderate, but now the must hae help, sewing
at home will be acceptable J "!' ?' '
8ALE8LADY-WIDOW WITII 8 CHILDREN
needs Immediate help; sho wa einplojcil as
a saleslady in n store; her references commend
her highly, E. A.. 214. .
SEAMSTnESS-A WIDOW OF 70 YBAR8 IB
unable to get work to support herself; she
Is alone. In tho world; wants sowing and needs
work badly; is reeommonaea uy ei. . ntr o
Church. E.A., 21B.
BEWINO WOMAN "WITH I CHILDREN
wants to do sowing to support tho family
until her husband, who hail been unomplosed
for several weeks, geta work, they are abso
lutely without funds! the Investigator reports
that they are ery respectablo and hae n
neat home, the 10- ear-old daughter also
wsntB nny Kind of work 13 A , 217
S"nWiNO"A HERMAN WOMAN DESIRES
plain sewing She Is the sole niipport or 1111
Invalid husband and four children ranging
from 4 month to 0 vears, of age. the hint
bind la a longshoreman who Ins been 111 for
months sufre-lnir fiom rheumatism and lack
of proper nourlshnent E. A , 102. .
BcifunniNo and cleaning woman 71
yara old, widow of former pollcemnn, le
sires work as housoclenntr or c.irctnker for
the sunpor of herself and feeble-minded ion,
411 years old Worked fnr 10 years ns care-
taker In store. E. A., 1M.
UPHOLHTERYFlNISHER-A WIDOW. 1VHO
has worked DO years In one plore, hns lost her
work through no fault or her own. A
daughter with tubercular lendenrles Is de
indent on her. HOC 013. (Powelton Dis
trict, 8 O. C 4018 Powelton avenue.)
Wl5oWffH0 SMALL CHILDREN IS ON
tho lists of tho Society for Organizing Char
ity. Wants anv kind of work Ts a skilled
furrier, nnd until she lost her position seyenl
months ago earned between 1J nnd $14 n
week fnr 2 years. Oldest child Is It nnd
youngest 4 years old. Ia anxious 1 to b-omo
seirsuppnrtlng Registered at tho Wtst Phila
delphia District Office, 4018 Powelton avmuu.
File S O. C. K63.
IVtNDEIt IN MILL-TH IS WOMAN HAS
hnd to become tho bread-winner on account
of her husband! illness with tuherculoMs. She
Is trying to support her 8 small children. For
.1 months ehe hns not hwi oble. to got . any
work n am (Northeast District, S. O.
C , 231(1 North Howard street.)
FIR8T-CLA8S"lIELP of all kinds wanted and
supplied. Moyer Employment Agency, 104
N. I.im at. i-iiuiio.
COOKS for cooking and downelalrs work,
eliainhermalds. waitresses nnd laundresses;
nlso managing housekeeper; ritv or country,
with r5r. Mils nosS.'l17 nanatead et ,
lth and Chestnut Bell phone. Ii-ut 2.1SIW.
COOK nnd chambermaid, two Seotch Prcit
rttnnts wish situations together or separate:
will do housework: no objection tn country.
Mrs. Kane. Ml 8. 10th at. Phono locust
THE CARLISLE! BUREAU, rccognlied office
for superior, dependable help: references ln
vestlsaled and guaranteed. 400 S 21st st.
FRENCH AND C1ERMAN help n Hpeclalty.
Madame Jahn. 1008 Christian Bell phone.
fvfoKlt, chamber'ds, kitchenmalils housemen,
tc. nlrd'e Kmp. Bureau. 710 B. 16th at. rii
ATJTO LIVERY AND QABAOES
nhYSTAi. I'AIiACH OARAflE -Repairing 11
specialty: cam Io hire. M2I Alrdrie. 1'none.
TTbgUTV Taxlcah BervicoLinibuslnea, ta"xi
caba. touring cars. Call PopB'.M,-Hacoa8T4.
WILlTnVEST $50W"l7reaTabliahed d a busi
ness whlc-h will use ground and brick build
ing In Philadelphia; concern must bo sound
nnd rent or buy properly Io set Investment;
references exenangea u in. unwnmu
EXCEPTIONAL opportunity offered In nny
one who hns !5 or $50 to lnest. Addreaa
L 160. Ledger central
MILLINER, centrally located wlihes partner,
or will sen Interest! gentleman preferred.
Address J 4T. Ledger Cetnrnl.
OYSTER CAFE, RESTAURANT: sell cheap,
or will take partner. 4820 Woodland ave.
WE6T PHILA. MONARCH STORAOE CO,
"go. PER ! YARD. .1870-72 LANCABTER AVE.
CLEANING AND DYEING
FEATHERS AND FANCIES
nL-EANBD. DYED. MAILHOT, 1610 Chettnut.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
ADVANCE atvles in dressmaking! 45 and UP-
iW jfesJSriMhjst. Dickinson 3141 W.
CUTT'INa Ahf'D FITTIN'tfTor people who make
own dresses; private class on Wednesday,
Ph?ns ThTga 4623 D. 2I2t) North 13th st,
EREsBMAUINa taught; 'hort,nrao. course.
McDowell, out JucnvK-ia. nm.,., ,. w .,.. ..
OOWNS for ll occasions, remodeling; moder-
Me nrlcs. IMP Walnut. Locust 1)77.
ilEM BTlTCiTl r5a done whll you wait, 8c. per
yard. Pleating also, wacnman. iuu Arcn si
MILLINERY COURSE In .0 lessons Amenoan
"fichool of Mlllfnerv. Md It Race. nefOdAJ
for SALE CHEAP Combination pool and
'bllllarey table, standard make, 6 feet by 10
feet with run-down alleys, lu fine condition.
Canbe seen at any tjmet owner') residence,
0720 Oulncy St.. Pslh-m. Oernuntown.
iiEVOLVINO mahagony ceseT suitable for
folder, etatlonery; espeslslly adapted for
Insurance oftlc; must bev'seen to b aprre
c"jted. "hoto on file at Led. Cent., No. BOO.
BILLIARD. Pool, combination, 2d hand bought,
told, rentea, ex q. iveaicr, i j wuam ,p.
UtTOCll go-cart wltK.wrlnd ahleldi nearly njwi
resaonahl. H, Baker, 610 Pallae si. West
" bl'TB COAL BILL IN HALF
6 and 8 N. 18th
NEW MEMPERS ALWAYB WELCOMH
Th Csstlllltn Club atudlea and cenvsrse In
SPANISH Dullness Customs, phraseology
Pauaht under native teacher. Every evening
109 ARCH BTRJ
YOUNO lady. SwU. wiie a few sH pupil
Sr.wtlri..... in irn,h mnil n.e.i also orL
iZ.i.: Tm.'-r pm- afterT" L -iXJidiC
iKTlQOBS. broken leVilry Jokt false
IgdlanjeUca, ttpl -ought 2628 WM&
t-ta-ilSiSsl. wMi . wu -. 01. mi.
FURNITURE Antiques, Wanes, eta., part
1. ,J.,xl-or entire liouaa bought.
lvenaFiirnlture Co., 8148 Kensington Ave
hooms ron rent
ARCH. Ml. and 640 B. Drosd st.-The cleaneit
BARINO, K51R- Two flrsl-floor ruomsi suit den
tlst 6r doctor or apartments, Tha Chilton,
Mrs Bella McCleln, Manager.
BtlOAfi, N.. SOI-fjirge, attractively furnished
reomai steam heat, electric light! southern
rotpoeurei excellent location; lu minutes from
heart of city; splendid dining room), ir.esls
pptlortali photo dlsplaied at LoUger CentraU
CATil AIHNE, " iiai-2d floor front! well tut-
nlahed and heated, Dlcklnson40M W. .
CllESTNOT, 1028-uNfcely Turnfshed room, near
hat hi reference,
CilESTtfurT 44SI?-Keep. acs.i warmrcheer
lul rooms! convs.i board optional; jihone.
cllKsiNUT, ljmt-lioonia, singleTnJen'suTte,
steam heat. Telephone Ixicust 731.
CH'EflTNUT, 2043 (Le'xlngton)-Large 2d floor
fronts private bath; single accommodations. .
EOctiSt. iB&PXt'trsotive rooms, single or
. sulte.ailjoln, bath ; turn, or unturn, law rents.
PINE, IMS Neatly furnished rooms! private
natns; eiectno iignia; not-waier hdiv
tPRUCE, 202J-Dcslrable suite, with private
nam; open lire) pnonn; otvntr.
6PRUCR, 1208 iJirgo. attractive rooms, well
. heated! sclt two friends or married coupl.
SPRUCE ST,, oO30--NU-eTyi"urn. 2d;rToorTront
roomfor. 2 gentlemen! board optional. .
SPRUCE, lias -Refined ""gentlemen can rent
well-turnlehed. 3d-lloor front room.
VSNAnoT'l'inr-Prlvate "farrJTly wtil rent
large well-turn, rgrlorj bcrdopposlt ,
WALNUT, .wo"-Large ST-tloor front t eernl-
prinie peini iiot-water neavi gscwpi.. iwm.
WALNUT, nnon-Handsoniely furnished rooms!
modern conven.i select neighborhood; phone,
WALNUT, W)12-Lnrge, attract, furn. 2d.etc.ry
front room! hot-water heat. Belmont 12T3 D,
1VALNUT, 43( two 2dfloor rooms, iinfurn.i
...... . ,.. ,....... null n
souinrrn exros.i nisnFiiiii. 1 ii", .,..
"fijd and" Bansom FurnisheJ
, rooms; . men oniy, ";e"("i
VBST UTtATfCH shower baths; hear I. all the
Y. M. C. A. comforts it home. Phone pel.
mont 46311 Key,, West HBfl.
liTlii S?7Tl2n NTcilr furnlsfied rooms; reaion-
able prlrea, nil cons7) centrallyjocnted.
16TH, S 311 Cosy furnished front room,
h... In l.nlh. tllan k.mfAilnt1sl OfftCe.
17r1i."N'. .iil.P'rlvntefamlly will rent well-
00TH, B., 137-Carge, cheerful 2d-floor room;
tiir.iv (nmuhedi housekeeping: reasonable.
I7AtnnyrcPnn, altraeme rooms, single or en
suite; quit, rer. neig noou. u i. """. . ...
,m,.i.. innttei,.i.nnn, r,e.nt nfflee. Isrso.
attractive, well heated, all convenlencea;
suit doctor or dentist.
CEDAR AVE., 4U02-Very deslrabto f urn. '"
with pood table board, iirlvnto family Wond
laii," fjiTrPhnla ilHnlniM nt I ed, Ceiitral.
ciii:sTNUT. 4i)'i8 Oood taHlei nice neighbor-
hood, con, city. Phono Preston ftiZ4 u.
CHESTNUT, 402.1 Rooms, single or en suite,
with or without board ; unfurnished. Phone.
POWELTON AVE., 4037-flunny front room,
with board; quiet famlljjermrnadjrate
SPRUCE, 1224.2(1 (Brlsmonde) Furn. rooms.,
single, en suite ; prlvato baths; table hoard
WALNUT, 4044 Nicely furnished room; conv.
location: table board ; gentlemen Harjng47.
ilhTII. S 108 Handsomely fur. room, corner
house . ctcep. table: prhate family: phone.
HAVERFORD Desirable accommodations,
with board. Phono Ardinore 722 X.
WALNUT. 1222-21 tKcnwood) Desirable vacs ,
ingle oV m suite: prlv. bath: will furnish to
suit icnaiu; iiiuu-mi i,.-,,.. "- .
SPRINC! GARDEN. 1010 Excellent npts. In
lirreront houses, Borne furn'd: kitchenettes
OVERBROOK Two com. rooms, with prlv.
iorcli: board optional, rh Overbk 150OD.
Two first-floor rooms with pr v. bath: suita
ble dentist or doctor or apmts. Mrs ello
mr-t.io, ntr nell nhone. Treston 0387.
APARTMENTS near station, nil conveniences.
23 to $3J per month. John Nacey, 33 North
Highland ave.. I.ansdowne.
WANTED immediately, by two ladles fur
nlshud nrartment, two rooms. bth and
kltchonelto. Btato fully, particulars Rid
prlce LJ.I s,Leu ge rjjenirB j.
1527-29 Spruce Street
ON FIRST FI.OOK
Apply on Premises
N. 15TH ST.
Housekeelng apartments. 4 rooms nnd bath,
yjy nu monin.
121.1 N. 10TII Four rooms nnd bath; low rent.
waiaman. uiu uirara ave
REAL ESTATE EOR SALE
WE SPECIALIZE in suburban property al
the P. and It.. Bethlehem and Doylestc
brancliea; we offer suburban homes, far
branches: we offer suburban name, larms,
improved country Places and build ng sltea;
'"i?'y, 'SAfVMira?.1?. MrVp.
Cane May. N. J.
hotels, apts., for sale or rent.
C. Earla Miller. 218 Ocean st
lladdonfleld. N. .T.
HAVI" SEVERAL FINE PR0PEP.T1E3 at
"biTtalr T prlcVs WM. CAREY MAIt-HALL.
r.'i'u.i.mi .t.. Camden
Mount Euhrnlm, N. J
a cntlNTRY HOME AND SMALL FARM .
linih-o- excellent 2-story houec; barn, .fruit
"s. ganlen; 6 ,lnuteaf walk from 1 railroad
station. FAItM. 20 acres; excellent for build,
"ng Total Allroad on Pni sesi less tliaiiB
miles from Cumdeni wellullt Setory
ho"", excellent condition, barn and I ouT ;bulld
liuta Both proper! cs very desirable. 'Ten w
c"u": to b paid at lime of sale. baUnco 30
'aa"' HI.IA8 DAVIS. E-eculor.
JOSEPH PEACOCK, Auctioneer,
National TarUt N. J.
developmsnt. Hrester N. J. Co., 33 a letn.
Woodbury llelghls. N. J.
SEVERAL desirable homes and Improved bid,
lole at rennn4bl. prices John Mayhew.
Stone Harbor. N. J.
CHANNEL IXIT near S6th st.-WM East Clesr
"eld st. Phone Kerslngtonjjjg,. ,
ToycTilSB-LocatTon. land, buildings, water
LHfockJ.m. cheap. 160. 2 and 2
'l! ""..'"' tnUlTIIlK n HAI1
JONAT11AN C. HARE.
WCBl cnwaiw.. '
.O'AOREB; snug little poultry and fruit farm!
14000. J. n. Thompson. Jy eat Chester.
ftsAfTRES. tBtorti Main Line Penna.; bargain
A P. Ileaid. West Chester. Pa.
HEAL ESTATE TO EXOHANOB
Atlantic City. K. J.
cottages, apartmsnts. eta.
chjnxs for pnuaaen
C Fell. 8.1
..ue.w- ".-.?-.-." ,,
av.. Aiiantio nir.
REAIi DESTATE POR RENT
Olllces, limine Woom, Eto-
OTOKOFFICB LtifT. itev.tene-KR-
nhane Building. 13B. 8. SJ '
Atlanlle City, K. J.
W. ffi &!."
&liRki-Ilfau"oitEes all IniproistosnUi rea
yV.gguV C yaile Miller 213 ojea-n St.
Kiwi- Al""10 City. CktsMB, ;
8: USj&h CO.. B-rU ,,.
HOTEI-4. boariilng bout, cgtUf, eta.
n"1 DEAN & MOOUE. 40 B. Inorlda v
rfEJJJfiJ-'clTY cottages, apirtmeata, hoi
Atliia. AtUntfo Realty Co.. Humphry Bldg.
h. Tfi!6 DIARV 8VA Gov)
'l VAJOOLCN'T PUT MY
rJAPKIM IN MY NtSCK TMIS
MORMIMG Ao VaP UICKBD
ME ANP tfXa ME STAV
IrJ AJ-t THE MORrJING.
Thbrb GSIHG NOTHIM6
TO QO t REJA.O PlMKCV
PGRKtMi AMO I (SOGSa I
WBMT fJUT APTB LUNCH
UVHBH I COUl-TJ, JUT ANP
I HNO 1t CATtRV Ai CAWB
UP To TUQ. CAKC AND
CAHDt FAiIR, I SOT A
QlJARTErVa WORTH OF.
CAWOV. -SANDUJICH3 AMD
T6A. TMI6 HBDKLl
OlLUK'ErJ AMD JUT ArJ
I RAM ALU WrfR THt
PLrNCtS DOUJM IW THC
CHURCH CttLLAR AWD UP
IN THC eALLORV, VUE
QttT SO POJLU or CAWDY"
We COULD WOT EAT A.
"Ami do you really tell me this la
your dniiRhter, Mrs, Hmltli? I (five
you my word, I would have tnUon you
A PICTURE GALLERY OP SPORTS
K00TBALL POOL If TENNIS s 1
j; ! Jy J
QUOITS f BAE.BALL POKER.
TIDDLE-DC-WIMKS irBOWUNOi f CHESS
"do away, You're a dirty tramp."
Hobo-areat Scott, Mister! Did
youse ever see a tramp wot wuxn't
IT JUST HAPPENED THAT THIS
U w z& "'"" 5tcK a 'a
CRA P P
THE PADDED CELL
gSg tj " ,. J
"John, dear, dbn't ou think If you
PARTICULAR GOLF STICK WAS
"Is Oroucho n aoroliend7"
"Is he? lie can't go out of the house
without running down the street."
Hetty Jock told me last nlclit that
I waa tho prettiest girl lio'd ever seen.
Kelyn Oil, that's nothing; ho said
the same to me a year ago.
Betty I know It, but ns one arrows
older one's taste Improves you Unow,
bored a hole In the bottom It might run
THE PRIDE OF FATHER'S HEART
&2.FtQ& vvTiaP 5?vttE