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Funeral Old Actress
tho .unefal el Mlsa Josephine) E.
hornlofi( ah nctreas, who, rlurlnn; her
tniitsy year befoto the public, blnyea
many parts, m held this tnomlnst from
St. Anna's House, 2018 Itaco street. She
sticctimbctt Thursday after nn Illness ot
Miss Thornton wnn In 1ir 74th year, and
vtM ftnowrt lit theatrical life' as Hose
Stannlnff, Her first appearance on the
tatte tra with .tames K. Munlock, follow
ing which she became a member of the
poiith Street Theatre Stock Company,
Where for many years she played tending
Varts. Her last appearance In this city
waa In "Itumart Hearts." Slio Is sur
vived by Albert Thornton, of German
town, a brother.
Df. Murray Baldwin Klrltpatrlck .
tor. Murray Baldwin Klrkpntrlck, a
.baptist Missionary stationed In Burma,
and founder ot the Philadelphia Medical
Mission, of this city. Is dead In Burma,
according to Information received In this
city today. A letter received by Dr. A. B.
Klrkpntrlck, 17)2 North 15th street, states
thai her died on February 10. Doctor
Klrkpatrlck, who wns born In Ottawa,
Canada, and was aradunted from Jeffer
son Medical Cotlc-:e In 1ST9, In 18SS he
went to Durma under the auspices of the
American Baptist itlsslonnry Union. He
was born In 1850. His widow and two
Mrs. Salome C. Grubb
.3Irs. Salome C. Grubb, wife of tho ricv.
Nr E. drubb, pastor of the First Slen
honlto Church, Sth and Diamond streets,
died yesterday at her homo, 713 Berks
street, from a complication of diseases.
Sho was In her 6tth year and had been
111 five months.
Mrs, Grubb was directly descended
from tho Ilov, Jacob QottsChntl, who
settled In th's country from Holland (n
1702 and administered the first commun
ion and baptism of the Mennonlte
Church. ""Tho funeral will bo held Tues
Mrs. Maria Bingham Hood
Mrs. Maria illngham Hood, widow of
Colonel Thomns Q. Hood, who at tho
Close of the Civil War was engaged In
the dry Roods business, died yesterday at
her home, 1714 Arch street. She was 91
years old and was born In Annvllle, Pa.
Mrs. Hood was one of the oldest mom
bers of the Second Presbyterian Church,
21st and Walnut streets. She- Is survived
by one" daughter, Sirs. Samuel K. Hceb
ner. Tho funeral will be held Monday
afternoon at 1 ocldck from her lato
Ellcry CrianninR Potts
Cilery Chnhnlps Potta, a veteran of tho
Civil War, Who for many years opcrot'l
a marble quarry at spring Mills, died
yesterday at his home, Cedar Grove, near
Conshohockcn. He was 83 years old, and
was a member ot tho Charity Lodge of.
Masons, tho Hutchinson' Commandery,'
Knights Templar, and the G.eorge Smith
Post, O. A. It. He leaves one son, Robert
Tower Pojts. The funeral will take place
Nathan Perry Beers
NEW YOIUC, Fob. 20. Nathan Perry
Beers, 22 years onl, the oliles arn.cn -teacher
In this city, having taught for
Cf years. Is dead. Hundreds of men now
prominent were his pupils, among them
being Justices Qlegerlch New purser and
Hoffman, Colonel Gocthals, Governor of
tho Panama Canal zone; ltabbl Stephen
Wise, Assistant District Attorney lllumen
thal and Father Cornelius (Jllfford. "
IN MKMORIAM '
I.TNC-I. In fond remembrance of our dear
tster, ANNIE M. LYNCH, February jp.
AMTJLKR- On Second Month 18th, 101S,
HARRIET B., widow of John Ambler. Jr.,
aged 8.1 )M. .Relatives and mends are In.
vitcd, to attend the funeral servkes, at 2
o'clock, on Seventh-day, SUM lnt at her lato
residence, I7J7 Oxford it. Interment prlvato
AI.LKN. On February 17. 191.1. WILLIAM
T. ALLEN, son ot vVilltum F. and Marram
Allen. Funeral on Sunday, February 21. ut
liU) p. m., from his mother's residence, ,121
Keystone t Tacony. Interment at Mag
BAUER In Fhoenlxvllle, Pa., on February
IS, Wl J . KATHAHLVA. 'wire of Christ. V,
-Under Funeral services at his late resi
dence, 103 Bridge st., Fhoenlxvllle, l'a on
Monday. February 22, at - p. m. Interment
Morris Cemetery, Phoenlxvllle.
BANKS. At Elmer, N. J., on February 18,
Wl.-., ELMA L. HANKS, luneral an Mon
day, at 10 n, m.. from her hustiaVl s real
denco. C. H. Banks. Uo North Slain st..
.uiici, i, ,, .uicruiEin .rncnasnip ceme
tery. BURTON. On February 10, 1015, MAR
CIAHHT .. widow of William B. llurton.
Funeral services on Monday, at 8 n in., at
the residence of her son-in-law, Paul D,
Jones. 14 Mlllboumu ave, twin st. elevated
station, Interment at Mlllsboro. Delaware
County, on Tuesday.
BUTTS. On February 10, 1018, JOHN, hus
band of Catharine, Butt nnd son ot Fred
erick: A. and tho late Jemima Hutts. Due
notice of the funeral will be given, from his
late residence, northwest corner 12th and
CLARKE. On February 18. 101S. LOUISE
E.. beloved wife of Walter II. Clarke. Fu
neral service, on Monday, 2 p. m., at her
late- residence, 53 South 01st at. Interment
at Westminster Cemetery,
CONWAY. At Denver, Col., on Wednesday,
February .17, 1013. JAMES CONWAY, for
merly or Philadelphia, aged OS years,
FKRKf. On February 18, 1013. JOB
BPHlNK. widow of Giovanni ferri. Funeral
on Monday, at 8 a. in., from the residence
of hir on, John Ferrl. 033 Wharton st. High,
Mass at the Church of St. M. M. Do Paxil,
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
OII-DAY. On February 10. 1018. PATRICK.
OILDAY. husband of Margaret Qtlday.
Funeral on Monday, at 8.30 a, m.. from 223
North Randolph t. Solemn Mass of Requiem
at at. Avjruttlne's Church, at 10 a. m. Inter
ment at St, Denis' Cemetery.
GKIHBQN. On February 19, IBIS, "mL
UAM J husband ot Alice M. Grlbbon.
Funeral oh Tuesday, at 7 JO a. m.. from
1808 South Oonsall at. Solemn High Mass
at Requiem at St. Kd mood's Church, at 0
a. m. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
6KUUB. On February 30. 101S. SALOME
ft. "fe of Ilev. II .11. Orubb, at her hus
tanf b residence, 7 IS Ilerks st. Funeral serv
ices on Tueulay. at 2 p. m., at the First
Menoomto Church, Diamond St., above Sth.
Interment strictly private.
GUMMKY. Suddenly, at Atlantlo City, on
the 10th last . WILLIAM T. OUMMEV. In his
73d year. Relatives- and friends, alio Cor
inthian LodgeJ 368. F. and A- M.J Pst No. 2,
Q. A. R. (member of 15th Pa. Cavalry), are
Invited to attend the funeral services. Mon
day, February 2, at 2:15 p. m., at bla late
realdence, it2 remain road, Oermsntown In
terment private. JUeato omit flowers. Take
Pennsylvania, Railroad for Carpenter Station.
afANNIOAN. On , February 10. 1015,
M1CHAHU husband of the late Mary Has
Slian, Funeral on Monday, at 8 a. m from
l q Avt2 0STRNTeDTHl tt AH THI8 UTfcC AAqHNC ''.-
Jlft iTRArnc so x can wo I rj im CbM'TRAFfnc's room, is- , . '
'rvMsVasssssssasBIH-rBr- nf W 1 arsssssssssssssssssssHU fT If 9 3BI f P-rf" r -fiT' MLV "Wk ? 'sTUsisisisiH' T I 1 1 1 L IP I 1T1U 1 I f ST" !Kf mmZ-T m 11 -JP- UUI. -.i-'gtWsgssssssssssssss.ssssssssssssssssm Xrl-a-iilsssTV Sa.
fST - -"- i ' .M.,... n- .n, ivr. t ,.,.,,1-,.. u- W f ' 1,rr" ' l"'"f
his Ut residence, 2531 I.'llswcrth l. solemn
Mass of Ren,ulm at St. Anthony's Church st
p:;iu a. m. Interment at Oatnedrsl Ceme-
llAVkfU-Otl FebruitrT 18, 101R, MArtTA.,
TfWow of. J. Henry llMe , Funeral services
on Saturday, st a p. m., at the residence of
her brother-in-law, William tl. Shertel, -22K
North ITth st. Interment private, at liar
Itlsh Cemetery, Camden. N J. k.
1KKID. On February 10. 161(1, MARJA
IllNQHAM, "widow of Thomas O. .Hood, In
the 00th star of her sue. Relatives and
friends are invited, to attend the funeral
services, st 1 o'clock, on Monday.. February
22, at her late residence, 1714 Arch st. In
terment private. , . , ..
HIJIlKIl On February 10, )0lB, MArtT,
daughter of George srM. Mary Hurwr.
Funernl on Menday, at 7:T0 a m,. from
10l WeM.York t. High Requiem. Mats at
St. reward's Church nt O a. m. Interment
Holy- Hq.ulchre Cemetery. "
JDHNSON-Un February 10. lOln, IDA
SMITH, wife of Hon. Charles Johnson. Rela
tives ami friends of the family are Invited to
attend the funeral, without further notice,
ffom her Into residence, Oermantown pike
and tlromtaxe road, Plymouth township, on
Tuesday afternoon, 23d Init., at !! o'clock.
Trplley leaves Main and DeKalh its,, Norrl
town, at 1:20 p. m. Interment private,
K1K8MM). At MllllnRton, MiL, on Febru
ary III, 1013, EDWAItU U., husband Of Mary
KleMIng, and son of Minnie nnd lalo Charles
J, Klesling. Due notlia of the funeial will
KF.IOIII.UY.On Fehrunry 17, 1015, JONAS
Kr.IUlll.liT.. -untnl on Sunday, Tcbruary
il. ftorn his Into riilncc, Lsndenbera,
Chetter County. 1 a, CatrLigis will meet tho
ml." tiuln from 2lth nnd chestnut tt.
KltilOS On February 10, lOlfl, MARY, J.,
ttl.e of Frederick Kraus. nmerai services
on Monday, at 2 p. m., at the parlors of
Horace Ti Ileers, soutlicaiit corner 23tlt. St.
rtnd Columbia ave. Interment, pr.vete, Olcn
Mefl.KNNAN. On Felirunry 10,101.".. KL1ZA
DKltlt McOI.DNNAN. mother of tho late
Kathcrlnn Harnlson. nl o of Thomas . Har
bison. Itilatlvea nnd friends arc united tn
attrnd the funeral rcrvltis. orlriieuiat.. at a
P. i.i. tipelHoly. at her InU hom. l.l .
4 ...... l,n.inn nrc. Interment uiUsto, .i .
MeOnATH.- On February 10. loir,, JOHN
il., on nf Morgnm .McOfath und the late
Owen Mctlratli. I"uhcrnl on Mont'ay, 1 rbru
wry -"2, nt Nl.iO n, m., Iruni 17i-l llltm'r tt.
Solemn Mars of Requiem at tile Uiurch ot St.
Mnnl n. at 10 a. m. preclnly. Intcr.ncnt
Cathedral Cemetery. ...
MOH1'. On tebruniy 18, lOlfl. UNA, ldoW
lilc Christian Slost in TliiUe). Holatlib
and fr.inm. alo iJUllen' Aid ftocltty ut St,
John's tlcrman Reformed Church, ate Invited
to nttend the funeral replies on Kuiiilav
afternwn, at 2 o'llock. at Into residence. 3101
Krsnkfonl ne. Farther rvlces nt nliovo
ninteil church. .1 o'dotk. Iutcrintnt pr.vnte.
tlrn Mnmit Ceineterr . .... L
OWHN. On February 10, lOHi. JAMH9, hus-
tiund nt Mlsa Onen. Funeral, strvices nil
Tuesday, at 2 p. m . at the residence ot his
eon-ln.Ian, John Hurst. I.7S West, Johnton
et.r tlcrmantottii. Interment Ivy Hill Cemi-
PHNNYI'ACKEn. On February 10, 101S,
SAMUllL, huslwiiiil nf the late Itcbtvca
l'cnnyimcker. Funeral on Mnnila. February
2- at S p. m. pietlely liom m Mouth lth
st West Philadelphia. Interment at Mt.
I'OTIS. On February 10, 101(1. ELLCRY
OlIANNI.VO POPiH. son of the late itobert
Tower and Ulltatth llllner l'otts, Funerul
on Tuesday, February 23, at 1 p. m., .from
his late residence. In Cedar tlrovc. Inter-in-hr
Private , , ' . .,. ,,,
KEII.I.Y. On FebrUary 10, 1013. MAR
HAItiyr REILLY'. at her late residence, W
Winona ave., Oermsntown. Funeral on
lUeflVlay. at 8:30 a m irotn ,401 Winona
ave., Uemuintown. Solemn Reoulem Mosh at
St. Vincent's Churth, at 10 a. m Interment
Holy Himlchre ,
noilUKTSON.-On February 10. 101B, MAR
nvltKl', wife of William Robcruon, lor
mirly of Chestnut Hill. l'Unerul services on
Monday, at 1:30 p. m , at the residency of
tur da-JKhtrr, Mis. Nelron Maxwell, till
Olearvlow st.. Octmanton. Interment at
Ivy Hill Cemetery. j..
8AVAUK On February 19, 101S, Cl.IZA,
vVldow of Charlvs 8. savage, huneril lery.
Jccs on, Tuiaaay, at 2 p. in., at An I Snutn
- Hth l Interment rVrnnood Cemetery
SCHHADKR. On rebruiry ID, lots, OLR
TMUDU'M" vvlfo.01 Chnrlis Shraur
' ind daUBfiur ot tlla'nnd tho late Harry H.
Mmtr.fr. FuneraPon Monday, at 2..I0 P. m.,
lirom 271" North 24th st. Interment Mt.
8IOMUMIOn,February 10, 1015. MARTHA
M widow of William It,,hlgmund. runeraj
on Monday, at-2 n. n. . ftom UJ2 ttoojllaitd
eve . Wert Philadelphia. Intermrnt private
WKLHII. On February 10, lnili; CAROLINE
i7-.vi.iow of. Luku W'elslu -Funeral on Mon-
-dav. at 2 P. in. from 1211 North 12th st,
interment private. mmI
AVKNT. On February , 10. JOlti, EDWIN
PF.nilY. husband ot -tho. lato. .Annie est,
ttt his 7oth sear. Relatives and Irlcnda. also
. 'Alhambni Lodge. Nj. 1. Shield of Honor:
Philadelphia (-"On. N" '-'2 K. " P'. nd
emploVes if Adams .Exprrra Company, are
invited .to attend the funoral services Tues
day of tcmooit. at-a. o'clock, at his lato resi
dence, TTix'NdrtrrWilllngton st Interment
St Arlington Cemetery, Remains may J.e
vlewod -Monday ev cning from 71J0 to 0
WOoWrNear. D ur ling ton, , N. J., on i Kabru-
s.rv 10. 1U1S. IIAUI1 -w, x-u.,i, .......
hli -late- residence, llnrdintovvn Road, near"
WOTlZOn .February 10. lOlfl. JSAAC. hus.
band of the late Francisca Wotlx. aged 81
years. Relatives and frlsnds ore Invited rto
attend the funeral services, on Sunday after
noon, at 8 o'clock &"lsely. at hi. late w,l
donee. 2113 West Turner st., 24th and Co
lumbia live. Interment Adath Jeshuruh Ccm-
ZEPP. On February 10, lo'in, THOMAS,
husband of the late, Anna K. Zepp (nee
Leer)" Funeral crvU-s on Monda. at 1
n m at his late residence, lulu Auth st..
h'tar Womrath-nr.d Tiickavvanna st . rrank
ford. Intermant private, at Northwood
Zn-rKHLKN. On February 18. 1015, WIL
I 1AM !'.. beloved son of Churlcs and Carrie
klDcerlen nee Luebkc). l'uneral eerylcea on
nuniar. at liTO p. m.. at the parenta' resl
d?nce, 1512 North Myrtlevood st. Interment
private at Northwood Comctcry.
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Situations" wanted, three mer
lions In a Week loo per line
THIS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
Permitted In all classification, except Hslp
and 1 Situation. Wanted. Lost and Found. Per
sonals, Doardlnr and Rooms.
One Insertion -, ? '"El!"
Three Insertions In. a week.... lTWeperilne
Btven ronsecutlve Insertions... 13o per Una
Alt rates are based on agate measurement,
14 agate lines to the inch.
DEATH NOTICES either paper.
10 line, one time ,..,, BOo
rtirta insertions ...... l.u
In. egeet Dcctmirr I. tilt
for insertion tn both tha mornlnj; and evening
papers at same day:
Add four cents; per 11ns net to rates glreo
HELP AND SITUATIONS WANTED
ADVI-JITISINU IN THE PUIIL1C LEDI1ER
MAY HB INSERTED IN THE EVEN1NQ
LEDOEIl W1T1IO UT ADDITIONAL
There I? a drug store near your
bome that will accept Ledger want
ids at office ratea.
J3ELP WANTED FEMALE
HILL CLERIC and stenographer, experienced
In general office work, competent and "li
able. Address D UO. Ledger Branch, Sl-'S
j$0. 47 ASTHMA SIMPSON, THE VILLAGE
LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, EEBBtrARY
HE1P WANTED S7EKALB
tJANVABSBns La eanttssers wsnled..Cll
after Wednesday from 0 to 8 p. m..o10 Arch.
CLEltKB Th Commercial Depart
ment at Ledger Central has been re-
calls for experienced clerks
Do not miss this op.
me our application
nun jiiini uc.iii ,, .,uur.c ..-.
Users are greatly benefited by this
with Miss Dean, as Ledger. Adver
HOUSEWORK-Txperlenced. girl for general
housework! German preferred! reference.
Phone Oirmntown2120W. 2l0 Pelham road.
STENOOnAPHERS, bookkeepers and
clerks can obtain valuable Informa
tion about securing position" by In
terviewing Miss Dean nt LedgcrCcn
tral. See her at once for, this free
advice,, as the Commercial Depart
ment Is constantly securing good
positions for Ledger Advertisers
STENOGRAPHER nnd secretary-Ability and
experience in office work ctsentlalt good sal
ary. Csll t.eforo 3 o'clock, 1123 Real Estate
jrtust liulldlngi ,
STIlNOdnAPIIER. law: experienced! 10-13.
See M183 DBANi Ledger Central. .
HELP WANTED MALE
A lUEBPONStllMJ mfg. concern having nov
elty which ha. sold largely In depart, stores,
desires a man with cxp. In handling can
vasters to tako chargo of selling campaign
throughout country; applicant must have
particular exp. tor work! -write fully, ex
plaining quallllcatlons and compensation ex
t ected, IJ 110. Ledger Ofnccj ,
AUTOMATIC turret machine oporators (Cleve
land), flirt class! able to set up and adjust
their own machines and use tho micrometer;
minimum day rato. x.1.24 per dayof Jur
tderennrk earnings about 50 cents tier .day
moroj pay for holldavs, Saturday afternn3nj
from Juno J.i to Hepiemocr i.i iinu ;
leavo after one ear's service! cltlsens, .0 to
43 scars ot ago. Apply In person to Frank
lord At serial, between S and 0 a, m.
Good habits nnd personality! experienced In
bus ncui nnd expert stenographer! state ago
In Iettr: to tho man who can qualify and
show that he Is entliely dependable an un
usual position Is open.
Answers will bo treated confidentially, but
to receive attention must bo specific In char
acter us to the abovo and other details. H
242, Ledger Ccntial
t'HAPKEUR. white! yenr-nround position!
must bo excellent driver nnd wash can no
repairs A pp. Immcd'atclv, L -Hi. Led, t-ejn.
DRAUGHTSMAN two nrst-claM all-around
dc.Kncis with considerable xuorlem.e, ami
one steel aes'gncr: American Rrlilge experi
ence preferred! for large copper plant In
Chill: threc-jear contract nnd expenses both
ways; good temperato climate: excellent liv-
- Ing conditions! glvo age. experience, refer
ences and rnlary expected: unmnrrled men
rnly. It. H. T. Haff, earn of Dul'ont Com
pnny. City Point, Vn.
GAltimNDR. first darn, married, for position
In Urvn Mawr: cottage free. Address, stating
experience, referenco. ngt, wages exi ected
nhd number In family, E. U., Pontofdto llox
872. Philadelphia. ,
OlTICTf ASSISTANT In branch Mies otflce:
largo concern, manufacturing nationally ud-voitl-Cd
proiluctr: must "bo good stenog
rapher, with ability to become correspondent.
but willing to o any kind ot offlco work.
Protestant, ago 20-2.1; small salary to .start,
bnl .upoueatlonable oniwrtunUyfbr. advance
ment for one possessing tact and Initiative),
make complete application. In longnana,
glvln reference, nmtltlons and iralary ex
neVtcd at startetc.EJ."OLCdgerCntral.
eALESMAN-Experlcnced oil salesman wanted
to 1l steam, plants: we furnish ampls
barrel oil to plants on 0-dny.tcst. together
with patented appliances which -oro .given.
free: 50 per cent, saving In Present oil con
sumption guaranteed: will make advances
to hi'stler against commissions vvhllo ho
demonstrates Tils sales abl.lty. U 110. Ledger
SALESMAN to handle the lino of one. of the
largest paper box manufacturers In the coun
try, specializing In high-class confectionery
boxrs: excellent opportunity for salesman
nf real ability In a wide and increasing mar
ket. M 4tS. Ledger Otflce.
SALEBMAN-Permanent Pion for perl--enced
man to rell oil and boiler comiwund.
expenses and commission. Call Saturday
O.ll.f.CJII'. '.l sl,v,,v - ..-.. --' --" . fc.
steam plants; state references andsohiryoo
SALESMAN Sure fire: quick seller! mtgrcom
mlsslsn J12 iJind Title Building.
PTENOORAPHER Young n nn, good appear
ance, mnderaio salary: chance of advance
ment; large blinking Jiouse. B 124, Ledger Off.
STrNOORArilER In brokerage office: state
age. salary and cxp E 2r.'l. ledger Central.
UPHOLPTERY MILL Assistant management:
under-tnnds designing and manufacturing. Ap
ply tho Wcntworth Mills, Allegheny ave.
ana a "u
Tho Civil Service Commission will hold ex
aminations for common laborers In the city a
service, beginning Menday, March fcAnpli
CAtlone may bo nled up to 12 m. Man-h .
Th3e rccelvlnir the same rating will be
Placed on theEllglblo LIU In the order of
riling applications. Further Information at
Room 707, City Hallt ,, ,.
FRANK M, IltTER, President!
1'KTER 110IJ3F.lt. r-ecretary;
LEWIS II VAN DUSEN.
February 10. 1H1J,
WANTED A good blacksmith who Is compe
tent to repair vvogons. etc.: a steady Job for
the right mint to be considered must give
references and atatc -wages expected. Ad
dretr A 2T-1. Ledger OftlLC.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
CHAMUKRWOltK und waiting. oin: cap
hle Writ reference. Applv 2'fll S. lith st.
CHII.nNURHE, experienced, white girl; tlior
oughly reliable: beat refs. M 505. Id. On.
COOK-Flrst-rlass, experienced, young white
WOnUin; rnrrcucp. , nm.q uniiisuit '"" -
COOKINO nnd downstair -work colored worn-
an; rotr - p " v- fu.iy.
DAY'S WORK Young lady vvlshes dayVs work
elennlngr reference. Phone Diamond 20-24 A.
IIOUhEKKL'PER. experienced, desires position
supervising household or coring for mother
less children. CttJI or address 4804 Falrroount
ave. jicitiiuiii. '! -,
lloUfifSKtlKI'E.R workinR for bulnes or
proT wnm ttmiii. smug t.i.v.wi....W .w. M
llOUftBWOllK Tfounir Klrl wishes position,
LH 1 1 HI .1" r iu'vi. -
INFANT'S NURSU-Would take entire Charge
rronblrthigoodreference; Belmont 4T0J.
LAni'fl MAID or light chamberwork Refined
German girl, experienced sewer, embroiderer
nnrt pcser, , A -w. i-cuiicr . 'ii.t-q.
MAID, colored, wants chamberwork, nursing,
otnie or doctor; reference 4021 Ludlow at.
MOTlHilttlS HUI-PlUt-Ilenned woman, visit-
ns or pimi.; ,.i. . ,.v..w .-.--.. ...
mkit colored girl wishes position, chamber-
NURSE1 Oraduate nurse wants few mora ma
ternttv eascBjloctor;s ref. Phone Otn. 1)0113 L.
8EAMSTRI7SS In rnmlly wants mora engage,
rneiits for spring: finish after dressmaker.
Tin Branch Ledger. MOO Oermantown ave.
STENOORAl'IIER-Capable and accurate;
voting lady, who would lake a thorough in
isrrst In her work, desires. position: tiuxi
"rteaalary. Address L 847. Led. Central.
STkNOORAPHEiL""& ears' sxp.i knowledge
, hft.,tckenlng: ref. E 141. Ledger Central.
mam, wo. ,,-.-. .... -. . .......
HrKNOOUAPHEH. 5 years' experience. Includ.
lifg secretarial work. J U55. Ledger Central.
STBNOURAPHER--Capabla and .reliable: bet
references; salary 16. J 718, Ledger Central.
srXUATIONS WANTED JTEKAlE
Stenographer, neat and dependable, would con.
very mod, salary with oppor. A 115, Led.Oft
WltfiNtN NEED of an experienced attics as
sistant, bookkeeper, stenographer or, clerk,
csll up Walnut AOCO nnd consult with Miss
Deari, of the. Commercial Detartment, who
has a list of high-grade, experienced girls
eager for positions Avail yourself of the
free service to Ledger Advertisers NOW.
WOMAN of ability would like portion In linen
room of hotel; best references. Apartment D.
. 512H Locust st.t city, .
WOMAN dMlres position In Institution, assist
ihambcrm'd or kltch. maid. M 503, Led. Ost,
YOUNifc WOMAN of reflnement and education
desires secretarial work after 3. .10 and even
ings, or wilt read. J 014, Ledger Central.
SITtfATIONS WANTED MALE
A Man, 25, who Hates to Loaf,
Cultured, refilled,, experienced Inside sales-
ftian, detail clerk. Salary low It right Oppor
. unity presents Ittelf. E24B, LedgerCenttal,
A GENTLEMAN desires to act as day com
panion for an Invalid gentleman, looking
otter hi business matters or anything re-
Huirnq. ii lyt, L.ejger unice.
ACCOUNTANT, expert: books opened, closed,
ystematlier, audited! 5 monthly up. Au
altor. I'. O. Dox 2W1. Philadelphia. ,
AMBITIOUS joung mah, 24, of good education
and appearance, speaks rrtnch and under
stands Hpanlth, would like position where
mental nullity, honesty and responsibility Is
required) nt present employed, but would
chance for advancement, J 857. Led. Cent.
ATTENTION, BUSINESS MEN
Mnnv energetic, bright boys who
come under our care are now avail
able for otflce, shop or ractory work;
JUVENILD WORKERS' BUREAU
15l ARCH. TCLCPHUNK SPRUCE 0117.
A0tOMDDILB SaLEpIman Man, .'10, desires
conuoa. with Phlltti agency, E 24, Led. Cent.
iDILLINO and copying wortt wo'nted by hlgR
scIki graduate; stenorrathio work; evnnlngs;
rxgier. , own macnine; ret, ti i. J.en. irm.
BOOIvrCEEl'lundcsTfos mnnectlon with Urge
banki 8 im' exp. In Unnklng: lull charge In
dividual ledgers; Al ref. nan, Led. Cent.
ilOOKlCEEPDR I'osTtli.n wnnte.1 March ll
At reterencce. U 112, Ledger OIllcc.
CAniNETMAKER and carpenter wants Job
bing or new work, f connlttl. 2Ht."i nlnut at.
CHAtrFFllflllT-practical, wclPtrTlned me1
cnaiiici v yrs. exp, on American nnii uuro"
liean cars; honest and dependable; good,
-lean record: BIJ srs with last employer!
excellent ref. E 158, ledger Central.
10 jrs.' actual ex per. : any standard car;
account death former emplaier. deslrts oosl-tlonJ-4J4
yrs. last plac: icf. J i.'.S, Led. Cent,
Cll CUFFEHR wlshts position as mechanic or
with prlvato family; best of references. C.
Macrrter, 2014 W. Berks st.
rHAUlTEUR and mechanic, white, 7 ears'
exp., now empioeu, wisms private imsii
any car. J 1)51, Ledger Central
CHAUFFEUR wishes position wtth prlvnte
lamllv; experienced; good references. Lynn
U,u. ,, QU ... ,ll C.
CHAUFFJUlR. Al mechanic, wants driving
pos.r b'st refs. It. N.S., IllSO N. Hemberser.
COACHMAN, gardener," understands duties of
gentleman's plicc, rers H23 Olcnbrook ave,
COAST REhORT hotel or nrm can get reli
able imnn, best references, experienced, as
cashier, etc.; moderate wages, B 120, Led-
COLORED MAN, married, wishes work of any
King. 4T Armat at., uermnntown..
FARMER, married, would tako position aa
manager on praln or dairy farm! thoroughly
experienced. can or write.
FULLY exp, ladles' tailor, cutter, designer.
Jitter, also manager, J H45. Ledger Central.
UARDENER. married: no family; knows all
ubout work on gentleman's place; vegetables,
lows, chickens, etc.; good reference; wife
ran do uny work In the house If required.
ii luti. i.enger uaice.
JAPANESE, capable couple, dcslro positions
as cook, .butler or lady's maid; will take en
tlro charge. A., flos N lHth.
MAN AND WIFE, white, wish positions as
hutler and cook, excellent reference. Box J
Mil, ledger Central
SALES MANAGER, with successful selling and
advertising experience, Is epen for the moit
difficult position now vacant: experienced In
handling hard propositions loth In person and
by carrispondenee: has ability, application
and punh; Is n total abstainer and atwavs on
the Job. B l'J3, Ledger Office.
JALESMAN or manager to represent rclla
bln firm: it position of responsibility; high
est of reference can be furnished. J 755,
SHOE SALESMAN, reliable, energetic, desires
position; exp.: best ref. J 4fO. Led. Central.
SITUATION .wanted as hnndy man: cm fur.
good rer. Ann, jonn aiac.-vamara. i ib i asger.
HTnN'OaitAPIIER. 21. recently graduated: In
dustrious, rapid, oceftn'i operate any ma
chine. J SM. Ledger i ml.
STEWARD, MANAGER, v -SISTANT MANA.
Gentleman of many ears' experience hotel
and club business, now emploved In present
position for last four years,-wishes to change;
is strictly temperate, faithful and trust
worthy; able to keep all book, and attend to
every detail of the business; wife Is Al
housekeeper. A 220. Ledger Office.
AGENTS, both sexes, for house to house can
vassing: tho only sanitary household article
of Its kind on the market; XI l-!l per cent.
commlsBlon. Address I, 44J,Ledger Central.
WOBK NEEDED QUICKLY
Aa a partial contribution to the work which
la being so ably carried on by the Emergency
Aid Ccmmlttee, Society for Organized Charity
and Juvenile Workers' Bureau, In securing em
ployment for needy, deserving men and women,
the I'umia Lsdoeb and Evcniyo Lruoxn open
these column, to the FREE USD of the Em
ployment Branches ot these organizations,
Hera you will find listed from day to day
brief stories ot specific caes that have been
Investigated by them and found to be worthy
and particularly urgent ones. The persons
listed are out gf employment through no fault
ot their own. Applications from drinkers and
Incompetent or untrustworthy Individuals are
not recommended by the organisations, but are
frovlded for bytha Immediate Relief Division.
Imployers seeking reliable, experienced men
and women can. therefore, employ the men and
women listed with tha assurance that they are
helping deserving workers who only oak for
a chance to help themselves. They do not want
charity. They want and must have Immediate
employment. "Will you create a Job for a row
ot these who can fit Into your organization!
If you will do your share, this great problem
will be quickly solved. (
REFER TO CASES BY LETTERS AND
THOSE MARKED "EA" FORWARD OFFER
TO THE EMEROENCY 'AID COMMITTEE,
t'S. O. C." TO THE SOCIETY FOR ORGAN.
IZ1NO CHARITY, AND
"J. W. II." t6 THE JUVENILE WORK
ERS' BUIlBAU. 1507 ARCH STREET,
A.WNINQ MAKER-WAS LAID OFF LAST
August account slackness; ha. bad no work
.In-. hn I?, m.. int.
TilWHIl HIIKAD BJCER. 40 YEARS OLD.
whose last employe say. he was thoroughly
honest and reliable and In two years was
never Ute one dav. He lias been out of work
a TOOninr. J1S u hihuiih uiuhi . ycais,
youngest 3 tears, , B. O. c. .BJiU.. (Northern
LUtrlct, 8, O. C, lu Kortn Marshall street
QUEEN "STEW" PIDD GETS A CLUE ALL RIGHT, ALL filGHTH!!
WOBK NEEDED QUIOsttsT
Af Me oeofaatnir o 1st ilaitiftaUon. t
explanation o Key Nttmoers ts irtven and how
ittttt ticrdy (xdfUaWs map bi reacned ejufefcty.
BARERln YKARBOLD. WHO HAS WORK
. ed for three jears In one place nnd previously
for flvo years In another place; very good ret
erenresj hat been out of work, now for four
months, H. O. C. CI7, (Northeast Diet., 23 Id
w. iiowero st.)
BAKKR-HERE IS A MAN WITH A CLEAN
reco-d, who Is strictly tcmherate and esn do
first-class work, Has 3 children nnd Is atf
peralely In need, I! A 201. .
BAKER EXPERIENCED BAKER WITH
good reference! willing to york s second
nun if pecesairy) has' wife and 1 child, E. A.,
12. . A -
ULACKsMtTH-RKCOMMENDED A8 F1RBT-
class workman i honest, sober and Industrious!
will do anything In or out ot city, n. A.,. 107.
BLACKSMITH'S HELPER-MAN 41 TEARS
old, with S children, has been put of work
4 months: employed In last position 2 yesrsi
w en recommenueu, i.. a. a.
bne firm, which recommends him hlghln ln-
vestlgatlcn shows man to bo badly In need ot
BOILr.RMAkER'B HBLPBft MAN OF 40.
with 0 small children dependent upon him,
will take any kind nf work he can get. One
S "be children I. Ill In, the Hospttaf and the
baby It ill nt home. Excellent references. S. O.
C. MS (Northern District, 8. O. C, 143U
North Mart hall street.)
BOILERMAKER - MAN HAS BEEN OUT
of work for four months! lis has a wife and
three children, the joungesla baby IS months,
who la very delicate, B, O. C. 5S2. Powel-
ten District, S. O C. 40ig l-oweiton ave.
UOOKBINDrlll -"ANniXPKIUENCEp MAN.
u- " ... -i V.Mh n wlfs and habv 4 months
old', wants wo'rk. investigation shows that lm
mediate help Is vital to the life of the family,
who at present are living In ono room with
barely enough foed to, keep the baby alive.
1 his man can furnish the best kind of refer
UOOKKIlkilil BOOKKEEPER A N D
credit man, married, who after 1) years with
his last cmplover. was laid on because of lack
of work, -desires employment. He can give
first-class reference, E. A., 170, m. m
U6V. 11 YfiVRS 0U-1S"T1IE ONLY StH'-
port of n wldofel mother, 4 brothers and
Mstr. He hss workod In a rope factory, but
will toke nny kind of work ho can get. S. O.
C., tll'3. (Frankfold District, 8, O. C, 1311
lJuinvTtTTEPER - LAST, EMPLOYER SAYS
"capable of filling nny clerical position where
accurate clerk Is desired." K. A.. 17L
BOOKKEEPER AND PUBLIC, ACCOUNT-
nnt Rccommcndod by New York firm. E. A.,
JlOY - ltl-YBAR-OLD BOY. WITH, EXCEL
lent refercnceii! has been out of work all win
ter! he Is tho only wage earner in a family of
7 children: the youngeit a bab, a month old:
ho wonts a rhanco to help support his brothers
and sisters and his siandmo'.her, who live;
with "hem. S. O. C 0.1.'. (l'owelton Diet., 4018
TiOT Pi YEAitB,, STRONO. IHEALTHY
American boy, will do any kind of work to
lieln support nn aged grandfather: parents are
dead and he and sister (20 years) out of wont
Hon.e months; has worked on Ico vvagor. J.
vv. II . H04,
BOY, ltl YEAIta. JEWISH, WISHES WOltK
of anv kind; driving team or doing anything
that will help his home; father Is tuberculous
nnd no one In family of four working, J.
VV. II., H74
BOY, 14 YEARS, WANTS WORK! ERRANDS
or helper around store! family very poor;
father out of work three months: na one work
ing hut one girl out of family of nine. J,
vv. ii.. mi;
BOY, COLORED, 15 YEARS OLD. STRONG
ami willing, wants any kind of work to help
his widowed mother support 4 other, children:
mother earns 5 a week.' not enough to feed
and clothe the whole family. J. W. 11 S7I). .
BOY. WHITE, AMERICAN, 13 YEARS, WILL
do any kind of work:. father deserted; mothej
and sister out of work' mother will do any
kind of housework. No 800, J. W. B.
BOY, 15 YEARS. WANTS WORK; ERRANDS;
oan msko himself useful obout store; parents
dead; no one working In n family ot me;
hary ill" J. vv . , buz.
U&r, WHITE, POLISH, 14 YEARS. HR-
lanas. store or laciDry; tamer ucnu, ,uui
othr children; one working! Income J4. No.
pi i, j. vv. u.
BOY, 1.1 YEARS, WANTS WORK OF ANY
kind: rdther deserted .four younger brothers:
mother has to support six on t.V J. W. B JiiQ.
ItLAfUn-vltTir A nl'UMAN. .13 YDAItS OLD:
has been out of work six months; has a wife
and one small child dependent on him. (Eastern
Din,, B. o. c. u-'l, .Ma H, mwrence si.;
BOILERMAKER AMERICAN, 40 YEARS
old, with good reforencta: this man is a
widower who is trying to take tare of his 0
small children. S. O. C. 030. (Oermantown
Illy. 52 W. Chclton ave.)
BHAKEMAN - MAN, AND WIFE HAVE
Jjcen helped with coal, and groceries: needs
w ork badlv: lack In rent. K. A.. 200. ,
BRASS FINISHER MARRIED, MAN, 85
j ears old with 20 years' experience with
well-known gas company, whom he left 2
year, ago to go Into business for himself,
want emnlnv ment ns brass finisher or sales
man In gas and electric nxtures. Understands
the csb fixture luslncss thoroughly. He Is
Crepared to do work In polishing or lacquering
rasa at home It required. Thl: man has a
wifo and 2 children In extreme circumstances,
He can furnish the highest references as to
character and ability. E. A.. ITS.
XtRASS POLISHER Win: AND 2 CHIL
drcn In destitute circumstances and needs
wurk badlv; has excellent references from for
mcr employer. E. A.. 2!ll X.
UltASSWORKER IN LAST POSITION 3
years Employer sava "his work satisfactory
In every way." E. A., 173
BIUCK MAKER-THOROI'OHLY SKILLED
In his lino and has excellent references. E.
A. 21.' X.
HUTCHER A BUTCItER WITH A WIFE
and 5 children, ranging from 4 to 11 years
ot age, ha. been out ot work for nearly 2
months. Due to the Emergency Aid Commit
tee, his wife lias supported the family In the
meacrest way by sewing. This man will take
any 'kind ot a position. Ilia wife would Ilk
plain sewing. E. A.. 10L
BUTCHER A, GERMAN. 50 YEARS OLD,
will take any work that Is offered. His wife lr
bedridden with paralysis, and the family ot
four has been dependent on the earnings of an
18.year-o'.d son. S. O, C. 585. (Nlcetown and
Tioga District, 8. O. tt. Clarissa street and
Hunting Park avenue.)
BUTLER-SINGLB COLORED MAN, FINE
relet ences from a local family for several
rars. E. A.. 2GX
CABINETMAKER LXPERIENCED MAN,
whoso references have been found trustwor
thy and satisfactory by Investigators ot the
Emergency Aid Committee, wanta work badly:
his wife is too ill to eevv and their two .mall
children lack nourishing food. K. A., 211.
CABINET WORKER SKILLED CABINET
worker and carpenter, SO year, old, wants
work. He has the highest references from
his lsst employer, with whom until recently
he worked for 20 years. This man ha. a wife
and I. in desperate want. E. A.. 181.
CAR INSPECTOR LEFT POSITION WHICH
hla employers say he filled with highest sat
isfaction for one paying more. On wrong side
of labor question and was dropped. Has wife
und child. Family tn utmost distress. E. A
CAR 1NSPECTOR-FORMERLY EMPLOYED
by Railroad Company, will do anything. In
vestigation anew, man to be honest, sober and
competent. E. A 170.
CARPENTER-HERE IS A FAMILY WHOSE
circumstances are described as "desperate"
by Emergency Aid investigators, who say that
the man doe. not drink and la a good work
man; tha man has been out of work for
Konths: he owes 4 months', back rent to his
nalord. who is willing to let him stay, but
needs the money himself, as ha ia poor; tha
man'a wife and 8-year-old boy have not enough
to eat, and they may lose their furniture,
which Is partly paid for; the woman wants to
worK, aim, iier iiuiuniiu "w atvepi y aiaa
ot a position. J. A., 212.
carTenter-hungarian, fc-KILLBD and
experienced carpenter, out of vtork since
fall, la on the list of applicants of the So
ciety for Organising Charity. He haa a wife,
and three children, and an Infant born since
h lost his job. Is anxious to get anything
that will make his family independent. .Rs. ,
Istered at the Eastern District Office, 5J9I
South Lawrence street. File 8. O. C, 500.
WOttft NEEDED QTJI0KIT
tness need)) Isdletduals con te reached guicKip.
CARrENTKR-A MAN WHO CAN DO ALL
kinds ct carpentering work, especially tarl"
of floors! has been out of work several months,
wife snd three children .urgently IJ need of
ielp( will soon be evicted for non-payment oi
rent. j. vv. .. qi.
CARPENTER AND WHARF BUILDKR-EX
cerlenced man, SB years old. with wife i ana
1 child. Reputable Whnff building concern
Sais of h rat 'KeTl;nt reliable man- Would
gladly engage him If.vre had anything lor
him to do." e, a., mi.
CARPENTER COLORED MINISTER.
year? olo7 nls work ss earpenter. printer
Br painter. Recommended ss a thoroughly
competent and deserving man. . ,Hs a wife
nd 0 chldren. W! I do anything, b. A.,
CARPENTER-MAN. 35 YCARS OLD. .18
seeking wot so mat ne cnii ""'.i i.
sick wife and 4 children! the youngest Is a
baby a month old S. O. C. 042. (Powclton
llim I.H'.,V'.V'iv, X'uwcu-m s-'Lg.
CAHPENTEIl-MAtf. M VBAP.a,OI.D! OUT
of wont ail winter: very p'' " ""-", Ti,,: old
tl chlldnn, tho voungest. a' ab. 2 months old.
Is 111, 0. O. C.i WW. (Powclton Dlst.. 401S
CARPENTER'S HELPER-OOOp WOrtK
...n.L.hl! brother recently lost a leg In an
accident Hnu me ini - -
B, A. 247 X. . .
CARPENTER - JOBBINO CARPENTER, 85
"ars old, with wife and 4 children! splendid
reference from last employer. E. A.i ISO.
CARPENTER -WELL nECOMMENDED BY
lait employer for whom ho worked 5 yeers.
g,. t , iivi,
CARPENTER-ErFlCIDNT MARRIED MAN
sun a ciiiiuieii. , ! w- -- -
leng time. E. A., 184,
CARPET DFSIONEn - AN AStEniCAN, 311
vcars o d. Is out of work because there has
bcVen no market for carpet for "vera months.
He has tried without success to secure other
work. Unemployment and the prolonged til
Sees of his wTfe'itavo exhausted their savings
and this man must hove work at once. There
r 7 children, the o deat 12 years old and tho
vouneesl I iVar. B. o. C. Olu. (Gcrmantown
B"'ii ?": r5 West Chelten avenue.)
" . . .... i.t-n it a M'nhtft'r. 1?nlt
ne' nrm llf&Sn& Tor two' month. t.M
been out of work and, his savings ara tx
hvusted! has n wife and O.'niay children. 8
O. C. ffis. (Northeast Dlst.. 2,140 N. How-
CAULKER AND CHIPPER -MAN HAS
been out of work 3 months end half. Jor
Inst 17 j ears has worked In one place. His
15-year-old boy. Who has wor'tcd In the mill.
Is alio out of work. 8. O. C, 50.7. Northeast
District. B. O. C.i 2340 Norm liowsra street
CHANDELIER WORK - WELL KNOWN
"BOber, IndUBtrioua and cry fllflcient work
man. r 4Ti.t ss-as
CHAUFFEUn-THCCK DRIVER. 30 YEARS
old. out of work 4 months: has a sick . w fe
and 7 chlldron-the oungest 1 year old-dependent
upon him. fl. O. C., fOI. Woodland
District. 8. O. C. 1232 South 47th street.
CHAUFFEUR, EXPDRIF.NCBD ON fTAXI
cabs: curefuf driver! strictly sober: fine ref
erences Irom wcll-knoitn cab company; mar
ried; wife now sewing. E. A.. 201.
CHAUFFEUR INVESTIGATOR FOUND
wlfo and 2 chlldion starving; sterling man;
high grade! prlvato references: many yeara of
experience. E. A.. 2U2.
CLERK-A yOUNGSlAN WHO 13 EXPERl
enced and Is behind with his board wants
work of any kind. His clothing is worn out and
dlrlv nnd ho neode Immediate employment to
. a..i ..n in inln o n.tiiifliiint tnh. I.. A.. 22U.
KCV llCM uv w "" .. ......... . - .
CLERK-ALL-AROUND OFFICE MA'N.WITH
up-to-date business methods; SSears ot age
and married: savings exhausted! clean, refined
cuuple, references from large houses! first
class. E. A., 205.
CLERK -'A FORMER pREIGHT TRANS-
,D0rtntIon clerk; age 50, married; wife now
getting sowing: sober, with good references.
K. A., 207. 1 .
CLFRK. ANY KIND OF STORE, 2.1 YEARS
old and has wife and 2 children and Is willing
to do anything. K. A.. 230.
CLOTHING PRBPSER-GOOD RBFBR10NCE3
from last employer, who laid him oft only
on account of slack work. Has 5 small chll-
urea ana iacs iiiw - .. "
COLLECTOR. - AN At MAN, WITH HIUH-
est references; with last employer 4 years.'
first class! alBO clerical! support of a large
family. K. A., 200.
I ILtUI IJft Hi -w-. .
coTqunD iIah, with, wife, and two
chliarcn. one hick, hiuiuci mu. ,.., ,.u .n..
on moving" van and Iji willing to do anyth'ng.-
Lan L am.m .,- n." -' --' .,
CONCRETE WORKER COLORED MAN. 32
hero work': out of work thrco montln: has
Sood references i hss a wlfo and 2 small call
dron . O. C, 035. (Spring Garden Dlst..
tn.t iiraniiyinm .i
r-liN rilACTOR'S FOREMAN"HAS 3 8PLEN
di7l references: family down and out: will do
rr.S n . , .ran TV
OOOKTC'AN ALSO DO I'ORTDJILNO WORK!
v-Vri o -n nV.n.1 n. nut nf wnrtf mnnv
months: desperate plight! good references.
K. A., iUi.
CUTTER EXPERIENCED CUTTER IN
ladleB' and children's clothes: 33 yeara oil.
Can give splendid reference from last employer,
with whom ho worked the last 2 years. Has
vv re and 4 children Condition ot family u
riesnerate. l. a., iw.
DAY LABORER COLORED ..MAN. WITH
good references, who hasvvorked 10 years in
the Street Department, w 111 tako anything ho
can do: he has 4 children: the oldest 1 0 an 1
the youngest . I months. 8 O. C.. (Ml. (Powel
ton Dlst.? B. O. C 1018 Poweltonav.gj
DitlVEH-lfAN. THOROUallLY FAMILIAR
with horses: has boen out of work all winter
except for a few odd Jobs: has very good ref
erences. S. O. C. (112. (Powelton District. S.
O P.. 401S Powelton avenue.)
DRIV'F.R AND MECHANIC MAN. 4 MONTHS
out of work, has a wife nnd two small chll
dren dependent upon him. S. O. C. 535
Southwest DlstrV't, 3. O. C 1310 South 22d
DRIVER. WITK WIFE AND SMALL CHILD.
thoroughly familiar with city, needs work
quickly; willing to da anything; former etu-
floyer (large paper house) says will bo glad
o employ when business Is better. K. A.. 218.
DRIVER WILL DO ANYTHING. A8 AN AD.!
dltlon to his already large family Is dally
expe:ted; sober, honest and wining; has doc
tor's bill and rent past due. E. A.. 210.
DRY CLEANEH-THOROUOHLY EXL'ERI
enced; willing to do any kind of work: his
family and he face eviction: we are doing our
utinont to aid his family, but ho needs work
most. E. A. 241 X.
ELDERLY MAN WANTS A JOn OF SOME
Kind to seep mm irom starvation. Jia. no
trnde, but is willing- and anxious to do any-
thing. fc.-A.( -uif.
F.LECTRIC' CnANE RUNNER MAN OF !I3
years, his been out ot work 2 months; haa
a young child and a delicate wife 8 O. C. 5'0.
(Woodland District, 8. O. C, 1232 South 47th
ELiaCTRO-PLATINa AND BLACKSMITH
Ing Last employer says! "In our employ
many years. Laid off due to decrease In busi
ness, A Steady worker, sober and regular.'
.Man haa wife and 2, small children. Needs
help badly. E. A.. In.
ELECTROTYPER-THE MAN HAS WORK
ed for 0 years In. one place. Ha. a wife and
5 children, the oldest, 12, youngeat 8 months.
One of the children Is paralyzed and hss to
be taken to the hospital three times a week for
treatment. H. O. C 570. Boutbeast District,
B. O. C, 530 Wharton street. .
ELEVATOR OPF.RATOR A , 1B-YEAR-OLD
boy desires a position as elevator operator,
but Is willing to take anything. He Is ono of
a fsmlly now on the Hits of th Society for
Organising Charity. With a brother. .21 years
oil, has been. supporting a widowed mother
and a young brother, but S months ago lost
his position, Elder brother, a longshoreman,
ha. been out of work since (all, Society desires
work for this latter alto. Case proved thor
oughlv deserving. Registered at tho Wood
land District Office. 1232 &outh 47th street.
lie p. w v .. uiv.
ER?ANn BOY. COLORED. 18 YEARS OLD.
will take work of any kind to help mother
and an aunt support a family consisting ot
10 ctlldren and 0 adults; adults Include sev
eral aged women unable to work: aid urgent:
boy will do anything. J W, B, RS3.
wuft-iv. x4iiixaiJED QtrjyittY
At ihi beginning ot Int. efJETL'.!1 '"&'
ttHanailon ef Ktv Humbert MfSd""
tness ttcctfy IndlptdBtils can bi "nathii"
EXPBItT, DRY CLEANER tT r.,'.""?!
Organlilng Charity has"nTi, fel"Irfot1
pllcants a man who, after stead. iSi,i,'Jl
as an expert dry. cleaner for rninr S",'tl
been out of wprk for the Isit I,lf'Ar.v3
he Is willing to elean snythlns ti -n nln
wife end iwS llltln .hilVii.'n,S.tO SAim '"g
Istered at Woodlend utstrici dlnw ?J!J Ref-il
47th street. File B. O, Q,, "g latt " Bnl
FARMHAND CAN SOME TARMPn 7
pace for this man? He , o it iMiS A1
owing to lack of work, B. A , '' ;
FAIIMWORK YOUNO COUPL T?
l,n,ri Ia earn.n.A-1. .-..,. V.F1 ACr.-
the country.. They have 2 srnaM S?ilKl
p. C. Oil (Powelton District, sVo'KiT'J
l'owelton avehue.) ' ' " "rajwl
P1RKMAN - DISCHAROKD (ItONrmi
In Januarir Irrtm r.nv. -. i.r,.yHunAfiL'fi
tlori! has excellent record nvi.2?W.
wife la in; willing to do snything?"?.'!!
FLOOR PLANER AND EC! APKhtTsSI
excellent references, n. A 2SS n,l'M
. ... .1,111
FURNITURE POLISHEIlZrEorM??? s3
Oraanlilns Chanti h. ."FJKPf lS
cants an Amerlcnn, 41 years old k'wJ
energetic, wlih 20 years' experience s??'
52 ?.. 'IA"1!! work (SVLffA&SL
uiiu n wim uiiu uiiiKi, .tmeni the 20 !- rT"
one firm, and lost position through eta! 2i
organlxatlon. Registered at ths SovitSSS "
C . 60S ""' "'" 'naon itrceu PSrJJ
FURNITURE SALESMAN-YOUNo' TJTr
woVk WhcTaV "I umiture .V .S.n"J't I
rahlnet maker In furnlttirA r-VlJln e'U'tV
g vo excellent recornmendat one from littl
oiover ns to reliability and skill, vilh w.l
maker :i years, p A. lno. " yH
HARDWOOD FINlSIItflt-MAN. Its T?
nut, isia on -with 20a others, 'ho-SH,
work references! 0 small children ... .:"' at!
on him. 3. O. C. ICO. (Northern Dlit 'ilfl
O , 1IJ0 N. Marshall). """era "lit , (UOfl
ll.rr mill-II .....mn.n -
msker and factory hand, who Tost BotTuUI
when emnlover went out or hmin... ''il
.-. ,. .Art,IUKNITn t.73
sjtoi Has a sick wlfo and 3 children. &uJJ
iTATTER-THIS MAN HAS WdnktlTTlf
ono plnco for 25, j ears. Ho nmiffll
worlr to start In business for himself bet F.iii.
t.Afvnni.. nr thn tiHitssiinl (ei.ln.s.t.i "i1 lHM
and Tioga District. 8. O. (J. U18. Uaniu
l'nrk avenue and Clarissa street.) "iia
HORSESHOER VVELT. RECOIIMENDsdrtI
laareinployci, with whom ho VT0tkea2nl
i:. a. lira. zm
ltnsv-htAN FOiiMisrti.v in viiid"
mint and with department slnr. w,. IL.A'
lent references and needs the work ftjjj
HOSIERY MACHINE FltECTOR-Tii5rsf(
. hiisiIh nTnsrlsnrail man noiut. t. . ssV'
UUri vvji- i IVHI.VU man iitrvusi YDrX MatrV
XiSst employer rompelled toi him bo niriwl
to lack oC work after employing him itct5I
ycare. j .t ! -.
HOUSE PAINTEn-ITALIAN. fSSrt,?!
pert a wife and, S children. He has bceYcott
of employment for 5 months, nnd Is rtelitrrrif
eastern plstrltt Of flee. KO Wharton itrnt
v.aso tuur. iiiii'biikuvcu uy tne uocietrfsM
found wortliv. I lie H, O, C r,n7. . bsal
HOllai: PAINTER THROWN OUT 0? Esft
plovmcnt 4 months ago. a house painter Y
experience ard, excellent references, vutt
work ot any kind to support his wile ini
nhiiiiren. all under 11 years. He Is rpt.,-i
bv the Society for Organ I ting Charity, tt Ike
Woodland District Office. 1252 Bouta (TtJ
street, i-uo H. . i: w. ivw
HOUSE AND SIGN . PAINTER-MAN Ili3
been out of work threo months; be h i
who ana ioui: ciuuicii, uh uiucst v y,'t o!a,
the joungeat, 1 year: very good retn,
(Woodland Dlst., 3. O. C. 591, 1!2 ,;u
INSIDE PAINTER AND DECORATOn-JA!t
, l,.nn nut nf vvartc sines ths ltr .liii.
gulf, has never beforo been out of fii.fsr J
dices, S, O. C. 6TJ. nutbllt and Wk Varts
IJlstrlCt. f VJ. V... l J v lunuert strecL
ii ION.W ORK UR YO UNU, pNERUBTIC MAN,
never had but one employer. Lost hla .-work
when the mill wheru he wns employed tlMil
down. Has been out of work now 5 nwtK1
ii-- - wlf- nnit !! small children. 3 vnn iu
4 months of age, dependent on him. 8. 0,C1
oia? (Northeast District, S. O. C. 7U ortt1
ITALIAN LABORER ITALIAN, WITH BlXri
Children, tnc oiucbk i- unu mi jgunscav-i
twins A yciirn u,u, uvwi uu, u, -vi I
months. He Is a willing worker and will tiki I
anything no can get vo uo. o. y, vi.-nj
SOUineasc uiatrii:!, a. v. -.. y 'iwima i'iii
JANITOR-MAN, ,40 YHAItS OF ACE, CfS
sires position as Janitor or will take sr itai
of laboring" work. Ito has been out etiWrt.
lnco last August as the result ofn tceUnt.1
Ills wife has tuberculosis. There aie j imaj
children dependent, upon., him. (aerminiows
ivi.trint. n. b. c. 017. ii West Chelten avwai
JANITOR OR WATCHMAN: IIA3 EMIM
. . . . . ... h .. nvt, a Inn lln....ll
Kill rcicrencca; uui u, "V4f IU. . JIJ
needs a rhance In mediately. E ,A . nl -S
. ..a.. nn... . r... , , M tftauriH
aoni" kind of position: exterlencttyiUijj
fumilinr with stnble work. E. A. -H XA"
i.AHORER COLORED LABORER. WITH i
wl'e and two chlldren-4. taiSjan er m
work, hla wife hao cone cut by da- W beto
HUnnort family. o. O. W., iw-i ooumiim
SSffict. s. o! c run south ism t;t.j
- Lr-j-r-j-n. - -fcv.i-T'iteris'a' ni.Tiitrtf
tho youngest a month old. to wekloi wjl
fc,,w ... " ii IU ivaiiM fia slrt If. (III
Z wok- WStn At Fh".; do'es-5M
mending neatly, and would be wlliujr to WJ
work at service. 8. O C. 014. U"fi!JZi
trlct. p. VJ. v. mo i uitiiivii a.... .
LABORER ITALIAN. WITH BIX 8-UU.
Children. hu been out of work a winter g
cent a any now mm iwui o ""'r":L
SnPelectrlS company n nd ha. very good rtp,
ences. une oi nia i;,iiu.ci. . -"". .m
r. ejv Rnutheest District. S. O. C,tfcJ
Wharton street. SB
T.iltoltimi-FATHDR AND SON, 111 ISAM
bid. out of work: both have very iiw
ernces and are willing to take anytltlog (W
can get to ao: tnrce yaunsr --"i!, "',"&
pendent on them for support. (MM'?",' "?,
Tt-ki Dlst.. S. O. a. Oil). Huntlns BtlW
ana uiarissa i.j
ana libihw- ... - rg
LABORER MAN. Willi vV,i,,.'7B,
erences: has been out of work 6 inemtMft
has a who una a timm - " ; zi-i u
monlha old. Ho will take any Wn d
can get. 8. O. C, WW. (aoutneaat. -uauivw-
yr. v.s t-vw ---.... -- -- ,.
ai r KQi whoriAn airfSBE-i
LABORER. coiAJitbu ""j 'V5
ind U small children! family is, ihib. -irj
most destitute clrcumswncea ia - -g.
room J W. u. him. u.'jf
LABORr2l-MAN WITH A DELlCATt I Wig
and Ave children has been out of "Wf.'Si
LAnOHHR-lTAUAN, tttl VEAUa ui.,mT
monlSsVrwlVp TAX gugt
i nr whom are 111. .. o. O. t... u."., i-
nl.. 8. (. C. 3JS S. Lawrence "Jj 1
In 'tha wa of food and clothing tasSUt
Hve'n, butjho'man wants work.Tus &
lick. E. A., 21J. wrflll
ftWMT ft-Ktt. S. (PowVltonD
ref.ne "and "will Uke ythtng bet
H, O. C. fe!. (Eastern Dlst., B, O. C.
raHHiiER-MAN. POLISH. OUT uJ
three months; wife tuberculosis: ' "rrJJS
boy of T? will do any kind of ioituJL
Suyo Vlri I oi ; It) years,' Very urgent. Mgl
J, , w.
ERttAND BOY-C0IX3RCp BoTitit
wants work td euoport hlrnrtia 'WlSl
rLOOR LAYER MAN. 80 YwitBi.''
.with very good work reR,en?es K?8jIM
ot work 4 months, He has n Widrm &""!
years of age. s, O. C cot tKKlSSlli
trlM. B O, c 1311 Uii tyltrect) klM Wj