Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, February 22, 1915, Sports Final, Page 12, Image 12

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    EVNIT& LEDGER HILADPTSTA, MONDAY, ffEBftTTARY 22, EfrtSf.
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Knighta of the Golden Eaglo
SanrGme Chief John W Ford, of Phlladel-
ihlSi ha Just returned from an cxtenden tfip
mnuitn tnr. uouiiiern states lit the interest oi
ma order At Jacksonville,
Tampa and Key West, Fa,
me ensues aim tempic com
olncd for it publlo meeting.
Tho supremo chief a t
celved royally, and It was a
very sanaiaciory trip, -me su
preme I bier made arrange
menu with a well-known or
ganiser tn take uu the work of
ii gantiitig ensiles In Florida, end the prospects
nie- that wilhln a very ehort time there wilt
be at leet six new castle In that Slate.
. fjmnd Chief John n Omyblll, accompanied
by other Ursnd Cattle oftlcere, visited Delta
Castle on February 10, aim on U'odnesday
nett will visit er.livnrth Cattle, at lumber
Vnd street nnd Kensington avenue. These are
the first of a series or visit that have been
arranged by the subcommittee of Uraml Castle
vTicr. which is composod of Ornnd Sir Herald
Jiibn F Urounley Oratul High Priest Charles
U tteaaholes. Grand Second (luardsman II. II.
Holmes and Oranil Trustee Mat Trunkiier.
Aqulfa Castle, of I'crkaslo, celebratcu its ZOtli
anniversary last week In an elaborate manner.
Almost the entire iiopulatlon of that thriving
town was present to enjoy tho festivities. Dis
trict Grand Chief Ewnld Winner presided at
ns puhIK tfeeting nnd an Inli retlni: Innstnm
was rendered, Including; an address of welcome
by Fast Chief Harry EX tlrlm and addicsses
by Oranil Chief llrayblll, tlrand High Prleni
Reasholes, Urartd Vice Chief Hoggs and Grand
Sir Herald Urounley. Among thn Ornlid I'na
tie olllcors present was Grand Mnstcr of Rcc
orda L, L. Gallagher. Ilefrcnhments were
senod Tt was the most successful celebra
tion that this castle lias over had. The Urnwt
Castle officers wero escorted irom tho Union
Hotel by the Harmonic Hand and tho AquiU
Guards.
Richland Castle wan visited last Tuesday
evening; by Grand Chlof Oi ay bill, Grand
Keeper Of Exchequer Harry Ntalnand and
Grand Trustee Llmord Poulke. This castle Is
In a prosne -us condition and It taking In new
members.
Lycoming Castle, of Wllllamsport, which re
cently admitted a class of 41 new members,
has arranged to admit another class of 50 can
didates on March So. This will make almost
100 new members since January 25.
A noble work Is belnir accomplished by the
Ladl.'s of the Golden l.agle, with '.T temples
In l'hlladelphla and 201 temples In the State,
and a membership of about It. USD.
The count tur Grand Tomplo Officers shows
the following result: Mrs, Amelia tl Sens I.
grand templar; Mrs Mary Ulxler. grand lco
templar: Mrs, Con V, 1 eattv, rani priestess!
Mrs. Joslo Y. Walter, grand guardian oC rec
ords; Mrs. Johanna Llssncr, grand guardian of
exchequer; Mrs. Cora Bostlan, grand marshal
of ceremonies; Miss Jennie It. llucli. grand
guardian of musla: Mrs. Mary 1 Stalner,
frand Euardlan of Inner portal; Mrs. Mary
fanna. grand euardlan of outor portal; Miss
Mattle Llssncr, grand trustee. These officers
will be Installed at the next session of the
Grand Temple, which will meet In Lebanon in
May next.
Ollvo Temple, No. IS. Is In the lead, with 420
members, and receives often two or throe ap
plications a week. It has a cash acccount of
JS4S0.SO and A reserve fund of 81808 this llt
tlo fund is the result of untiring effort on the
part-of the grand guardian of records, Mrs.
JoslS T. Wa,.er.
Past Grand Templar Mrs. Kato Haines will
visit Queen Victoria Temple. No. 183, of Jersey
Chore, where a grand reception Is expected.
Improved Order of Itcd Men
Noshamtny Tribe, at 16th and Passiunk uva
'sue, advanced Warrior Harry I,, Higgins to
the chief's degree Foliruary 1(1 at tho hands
oi me new uegree icam de
the Dakotah Ash-octatlon, and
the mapner In which the work
wis pcrformod was a sur
prising revilation to evon the
moit sangulno. Tho ritual ond
floor work were carried
through -without a break, tho
spcclators' being held In seem
ing trancn from the sounding
nf th aaeiem'a f nmnliatvlr fin.
til the Introduction of the candidate as tho
latest addlton to.the totomlo circle. Those par
ticipating In tha "Initial staff demonstration wero
the following: Sachem J. J. McGlnnls, of No.
6; Senior fcagamoro Timothy Ahem, of 1128;
Junior Saeamnre Arthur T. Thorn oson. of SIT,;
Prophet Walter Butterworth. of ST; First San
nap II, Striker of T: Second Sauna p D. I., ltus
mI. Jr.. of S. Mystory Men D. C Gallagher and
William Gallagher, 7: liravea William Daly,
E-J8, and Thomas Magee, C. W. Bejnard and H.
Kolm, 1: Warriors Joseph G, Addis. S23;
Harrison Pullerl. 8 C May. T; F. J. Corbln,
a!8: 'Property Man, Frits Joyner, 7. Degree
Waster Stevens was moro than delighted at
this brilliant success, the desired reward for
unceaslmr activity In brlnitns tho team to Its
!rcsent stnto of oii.ellcnco. He was hi-artlly
t o.igratulated by Past Great Sachem Farley
nnd all visitors for. this great achievement.
Dlehearsal or tlio warrior's deirrco "will tnko
place In tho same wlcuam. on tomorrow (Tues
day's) ulecp,
Artisans' Order of lUulual Protection
? After leaving Temple Collego ot tho age of
Allen P. Cox nas omploycd by Most lTxcel
ent liecordcr Louis Maloney ns n clork In the
office of the A, O. M. P.. and
wneri he oecama eligible In
1S07 ha Joined Koystone 'Assem
blj Dy force of circumstances,
on the night of his admission
in April tho master artisan
resigned his office. The minor
chair office r were advanced,
and a -laranjy was left In the
-office of conductor, which
Brother Cox was called unon
to fill. Tho followlnr Decern
oer he was elevated to the office of Tnspoctor,
and passed through the chairs In due course.
Ho was the youngest master artisan the order
had ever had. The fatemal and social side of
the organization always appealed to Brother
Cox, and from his earliest membership to the
present time he has been a frequent visitor at
the meetings of all the assemblies as wet' sa at
their social functions. In 1003. when the
Artisans' Athletic Asroctatlon was originated,
lie waa elected Its secret. y. and has held
that office since. This opened up anoth-r
Held for his activity, both III and out of the
order, and he became actively Identified with
amateur athletics in Philadelphia, having
carved as secretary of the Middle Atlantic.
Association A. A. U., and was for many years
n. member and chairman of Its Registration
Committee. IlaMm? been in tho office of the
order for the last 20 years, he has become
well and favorably known throughout tho or
ganization, and upon the recent death of
Brother William Patton. most excellent re
corder, he was the logical choice for that
office, promptly honored by Most Excel
lent Master Artisan C Walter Hlgglns, and
was unanimously confirmed by the board of
directors. TJrother Cox possesses In no less
degreo the Intelligence, experience and qualities
ot the true gentleman and brother than that
which distinguished hla beloved -predecessor.
Ths M, B. Recorder has ssnt out to the
representatives the official reports to be con.
Kldered at tho annual session of the M. n.
Assembly at Haddenfleld. N. J Munh .1.
These show that December St closed the most
remarkable year tn the history of the A. O.
SI. V. Its predecessor had an Increase of
18A0 members, but 1000 more men were ad
mitted In lirti than In any other year, SSS6
being the net result for the 12 months. The
two assemblies which contributed most toward
this Increase were Germantown Assembly,
-with B1K additions, and St. John's Assembly,
with 4M, The contest for the moot excellent
master artisan's dinner was the Incentive 'hat
prompted this great work, although St. John'a
Assembly had an ambition to reach the 13O0
mark tn membership by December 81. and
this It accomplished with more than 100 to
spare. One hundred and eighty-two thousand
dollars was paid out tn death, benefits and
123,000 In sick benefits. The death beneilt
fund of the order on December 31 shows a,
balance of I7PO.O0O, a gain of J35.000 for the
year, this being the largest gain ever re
corded. The membership on December HI waa
17,850. which will rive a net gain of MOO.
St John's Assembly enrolled one mw mem
ber at the January meeting- and uermantown
Assembly two new members quit a contrast
"I'h i' !""W -"'.'Vi. &.., .-.
M.lHtnV
irlstrur featurea, in the work. Brother l, T,
Rhodea won the "smieh present
:ed by Tt. 13.
Lawrence, ana auitiwi jow
the one pre-
- ' Vi , I,
FRATERNAL
ALLEN V. COX
Most Excollont Rccordor Artisans'
Order Mutual Protection.
sented by Brother Jaglelky, Elmer Nalll tho
f:old piece pi-sented by tho recorder, and
Irolher Pomullv the silk umbrolln prceeiitcd
by Brother Young
Nottliweatpin Awembly lias laumhej an en
courtislnc ronmn with the new , hair officers
ut woik. C. T. Wait j, th master artisan, ks
-warmly congratulated and lnaugutatod a now
Idea by starting tlio meeting on tlino . W
Uvans. tho supurlntendcnt. is a big fellow with
a nunny disposition. A. W Tathnm Is a llttlo
Inspector with blc Ideas for Northwestern.
AVrn. K, Harwell's clerical bearing wWl befits
his position of chaplain. The quartet Is rest
ing alter & strcnuoua season. Their vocal serv
lco certainly made the Initiations moro lm
iresUe. An cpldcmlo of matrimony ha pro
duced disastrous effect on tho ranks of the
regulars, but a now recruiting officer, "Brother
tfppy." Is gathering In two for each one lost,
eo that the army of Brother Artisans keeps over
on tho Increase. The other olfleers uro: Rob
ert A Denny, recorder; II. I. Miller, cashier;
William C. McCoy, conductor: Gcorgo y.
Walker, senior 31. C.; 8 C. lulloway, Junior
M. C; Ii W. Stephenson, warder: C. riteo'a.
deputy; C. U. GrofT, Dr. M. S. Unyer and O.
W. Ihnns, trustees; Herman Meier and W.
r. H. Harwell, renrrentatUcs. Dr. M. H
Iloycr nnd Dr. C I.. Thitnas, modleal exnm
Iners; W. W. Summers, IX l Hess and C. B.
urotT. Ilninco committee. A. J. Nlcholts, C.
W l'.vilis and It. A. Scheel, himeball commit
tee; C. V. Webb. T Tn- nnd S C. I'lillnwav,
tug-of-war eommllteo; J. D Swisher, W. F. 8.
Parwcll and H. Ilnyd Jr., bowling- committee;
15. J Bjrne, A. W. Tatham ami II. I. MIIlr,
entertainment commlttue; A. W. Tnthnm R.
A. Denny, It. I Meyer nnd W F. S. Bar
well, publicity committee.
Royal Arcanum
The record-breaking enthusiasm still pro
valla In Royal Arcanum circles. So far tho
month nf Pfhmarv In mirnnMalntr nil nvn.ptii.
. .Inn- Inh.n.Ku f-n,,tinlT n .
their meeting T'ebruary 8
initiated (Ho candidates, their
own specially robed degree
team doing tho work In their
usually Impressive mnnner.nnd
seven more applications wero
road. These and moro will bo
Initiated at their Washington
One of the newly mado Areanlans at this meet
ing surprised the Council by presenting an
application of n. friend and Pledged another
iby tho following moetlng. Tills Council la
anxious tor a membernhlp contest with some
largo or famous Council outside of tho Penn
sylvania Jurisdiction. belleUne It would bo a
greater tnccntUo for a much larger class.
Pennsylvania Council, now under the guM
nnco of Dr. II. J. Ilrachman, have buckled on
their armor ror a real membership warfaro
with Philadelphia Council, to terminate April
.".(. Tho reception to tho new members or
1M4 was tendered on Febniary 12 and about
123 rcspondod to tho InWtatlon. They wero
handsomely repaid for their effort, It en
thusiasm, good fellowship, tho p rlt of fra
ternity, a good vaudevlllo entertainment and
n luncheon counts Six candidates worn
Initiated and IS applications read, which l
n slight Indication or what this Council will
do In the near future. I5cry department of
this Council is active In tho work: tho
bowling team have contests on foot for sev
eral match games; tho Membership Commit
tee, under tho leadership of Supremo Repre
sentative Alex. F Nicholas, anticipate a great
"noise:" the minstrel gleo club 'has great
tprospeiis and will be a splendid addition
under he good of the order. The slogan Is
"1000 .rubers for Pennsylvania Council or
""The committee en the 'nilly'" Sunday moet
Ins report they have 1500 seata reserved for
March 4. This meeting s for men only. Par
ticipants must procure the necessary hadco or
ticket from their council or at It. A. hcad-
q,Mana?von Council, or rhoenlxv llle, .on Feb
rnarv I) hd a tlsit from Regent O. Albert
Wolf, of Haverford Council, b special rer.ro
aentattvo of Grand Regent Arthur B. Eaton,
outlining the comnalpn for a greater inembor
Bhlr. over all of tho Pennsylvania Jurisdiction.
Brother Wolf midn an urgent appeal for morn
earnest personal solicitation bv tho rank and
file, which brought tho response of five appli
cations within a few days. Arrangements
lute been made for nn entertainment tiv ths
CafBrU Concert Party on February 2 In Col
onlal 'ri! aire. Phoonlxvlllc This council will
be strongly represented nt the R A. meeting
ot the tabernaclo on March 4 and expect to
contribute their quota, of 20 members to tho
A. B. Extort class by April 30.
Recent II J. Brachman entertained at his
house. 150.1 Diamond street. Frldav evening, a
"bunch" of "live wires" from, Pennsylvania
Council. There were "eats." "smokes." flag
souvenirs nnd muslo by Prof. Chaoourlan and
his orchestra. Incidentally, of course, heads
got together and there wero whisperings about
the tie class membership. Past Regent Jo
seph A. Whitaker entertained at dinner at his
home. 1828 Centennial avenue, last Thursday
evening tho officers and Executive Committee.
Knights "of Pythias
The ha"' association was permanently organ
tied as tJe Knlgnts ot Pythias Hall Associa
tion of Philadelphia by tho preliminary asso
isi.kituiw ...w.... w... ......
ciation, neia in mo nan oi
Chllds-Drexel Lodge on Feb
ruary 18. The value ot the
shares of stock was fixed at
110. Over 200 was subscribed
by several of those present,
Amojg the many who re
ceived the Grand Lodge rank
at the special convention waa
the master of finance of Myrtle
Wreath Lodge, who has served 43 years con
secutively. The lodge unanimously directed a
committee to procure a past chancellor's jewel,
a sterling sliver frame with a solid gold
escutcheon. A time will bo set for the presen
tation and an enjoyable event planned for
those who participate,
I. O. O. F., Manchester Unity
Perseverance Lodre celebrated its; lttti an
niversary February IS with an entertainment
and social evening, long to be remembered.
Robert MacLean. Jr., presided, and made an
address of welcome. There were present mem
bers of Camden. WUuhlckon and Pride of
Germantown Lodges, Philadelphia district
NO. 48 ASTHMA SIMPSON, THE VILLAGE QUEEN LUKE WARM
SOCIETIES
officers and other representatives. P. O. M.
lleorgo Smith siwke at lenath on the progress
made by this lodgo and the vnluable services
rendeioJ to the Philadelphia district and to the
Grand Lodge. Ho admlrod the financial and
numerical standing VHS) and was gratified
with the clalmi paid out In 14 years, for
sick claims UTTOI.IO) and death claims (2ISi).
Ho complimented tho present deputy grand
master, John H. Hes, ot this .lodge, and
urged tho members to assist him In his work
as a district officer. Ho lauded the membeis
i-f this lodgo who are assisting n deputies to
the various lodges and extended, his best
wishes ror a successful ear. The. talent was
under tho direction of Professor Harry Wil
son, who produced some of the best leatt,re
In the line ot entertainment. Refreshments
were served. .... . , .
The annual banquet of Ke clone Lodgo of
past grands was held on Saturday evening.
Loyal Frankford, with Hrothcr Joseph Green
halgli In tho chair, received leport from the
Fntertalnment Commltteo that arrangements
ror the "Washington Party," to be held this
evening worn luily made. All brothers nnd
mentis aro Invited. Degreo Master George
Mollor promised to havo his full -degree team
III working order ery noon. One candidate,
James Livingstone, was Initiated nnd put
through in gool slylo by tlio Initiatory degreo
teum Past Grand Master James etewort,
I'rother Wolstenhnlrnc, or Concord, and Brother
Dr John Mellor spoke on "Good ot tlio Order."
Modern Woodmen of America
progress Camp, nt Dietrich Hall, 00th street
nun vjiruru uvenuc, imu un uhmbuw,, ....c-
nttendance February 17. Everything is run
. . . . .,..- ....... i..,t
inn along smoumir uu "';
lha now officers ore "on tliclr
toll " Tho degree team has
mado good progress under the
uble direction of Chief I'or
esur Stunlev, and the new
neighbors ore cnjovlng tim
Initiatory work ns much n
tlio boys on tho aldo lines.
A new slogan has been ndopt
ed. which Is "One hundred
new members by Jtiiy i.
and by tlin way tho applications are comlnc in
that get Is considered "a cineh. .
A cr.nt need lion been established In tie
Kirk llellef Aswclntlon. This n""1,11110,"1
tor members of Progress Camp only Mem
bers . in get inforrratlnn from the "S'.""
treasmer. Geogo II. Stanley. C01B Keisliaj
Hon hne lien plcvtril: C. T. Uallr, rfrIu
PIPvirll Vi 'InlH1! I'l"ar,'".
icn xresldent. George H, Htan-
t u trifliii
lej
n r m "...; it nit.whitrv. K .i. rertlH.
, iH V rj. , II. M. -..S-- vr --
UUIUU I'l i iiaiwot
)arn or misices. . , - M
--..l4 . onnAllltArl In ArTlinffA fOr (L
4 LUUiiiiiHUO "so "-Vti ...u . ---- -" '-,...
so lal evening on April 7, when all neighbors;,
friends and ladleB will be wolcomo. .NJhbor
Professor Kingsbury Is chalrinon of thl' com
mltteo nnd he promises n treat. I'o'jwhpA?";1,?
and agood proaram will be served without
cost. The Robo Committee reported that they
havo mado arrangements with Dumont s The-
ntro ror a nenent to uo neia i ""?" -i
April 1U. The proposition Is a good one ana
bor of the camp. Progress Camp la boomlmr,
and all the nelghbora should bo on hand at
every meeting.
Knights Mystic Chain
niliworth Castlo held a large and lively
meeting Tcbruory 10, Sir Knight Commander
William Davenport presiding. Thrco newa links
wero added to tho chain by tho younger ele
ment, who aro getting results among tnelr
friends and fellow workmen. William Torpe.
secretar ot Funeral Bcnent Relief tund, as
nn Incentive for new members, has ofrcrod n
gold button of the orgnnlation to every mem
ber bringing In nve candidates, nnd Supronie
Commnnder Thoodoro Cook also offers a special
prlro to tho member bringing In the largest
number over five The Entertainment Commlt
teo reported progress, and promised to furnisn
on February 23 tho most successful entertain
ment In every way that tho castle has ever
held. Jlany members -made remark; for the
good of tho order and adjourned for lunch
served by tho vMonks, a Bide Issue organized
for social purposes.
Improved Order Hcptasophs
Tho supremo officers nnd district deuuty su
premo nrchons are busy this month installing
ll.o orflcers of all tho conclave" In this city
and vicinity. Tho officers of Belmont Con
clave were In'tailed by District Deputy Su
preme Arclion F. II. Wagner, assisted by II. .
Hartman. r. E. Peyton. Paul Brosz and W. L.
Pupnleo. A spaghetti dinner was served by
Brother Joseph White-house. Another feature
was a packago party, which created lively
amusement Brother Robert Hartman of Itnt
tuoiid Conclave, and his accordion band fur
nished tho music. Tho nrchon promlsod an
entertainment at every mcotlnc during his
Mcndo Conclave hold a lively and crowded
miiellng. The officers Installed by D. D, B. A
Wagner, assisted bv Supremo Inspector Harry
Hoidolberger and Altcniuto D. D. H. A Itich
arris were Herman T. Wells. n.ist nrchon;
Nathan Mayer. Hrchon; Walter 13. Dickinson,
prelate U. Hall, provost: Roger McMulIen.
se-retarv, Carl M. Knaim. flnanoter; J. A.
Cllft trensurer- William McVev Inspector: T.
II. Lauder warder: W L. Burk sentinel.
Interest Ins Tcmarks wero made by w. 1. Sup
idii. II. T Wells and J. A. Cllft. Archon
Brother Nathan Maver received assurance of
loial suoport to make Mcado Conclave ono or
tli" leaders In this cltv , . ..... , ,
Tho baby conclave, Rockland, had tho fol
low Inor ofilrcrs Installed bv II. J. Hartman,
district deputy supreme archon assisted by I .
II, Waxier. Albert M Harloy and William
II. Bovd: William Consolman. nast nrchon;
Curt KuhmMed. nrchon: William Pantor.
provost: II. M. Snyder, prelate: L. Messlngcr.
Inspector: George Baur. sentlnol; William
Chapman, warder: Clyde C. Bridge secretary.
C E. Hahn. financier: W. II Goodrich treas
urer; Dr. C Ilrarilcv. C. Kuhmsted and W 111
lnio Conselman. trustees Under cood of tho
order. Supremo Inspector Harry Hcldolberger
presented tn Brother C. C. Bridge a gold I.
O II. el-arm for securing 11 now members In
I) months, for which Brother Bridge expressed
his appreciation. Brother Hartman urnmlsed
to nut a Blhlo on the pedestal for their first
anniversary nnd Brother Ifeldelbcrccr nromlsod
to cover tho pedestal with a silk American
flag. Remarki woro also mado bv Tred I.
Bruit, tho organizer ot Rockland Conclave,
Albert M. Harloy, Frank 31. Ijincan. William
II. Boyd, nroldent of tlio UeotaaoDhs Krater
nii I Association. F. II. Wagner and William G.
Ulchaids.
Ladies of Maccabees
Mansion IIlvo hold a pleasant review at the
home of Lady Abram last Wednesday. A
committee was appointed to look for a hall
und to make arrangements for their next re
view on February 24. '
At n banquet of members of Philadelphia
Hlvo last Thursday evening the officers pre
sented their past lady commander, Mrs. Ixiulsa
I.ewl8. with a silver bread tray. Great Record
Keeper Burgln was the guest of Post Com
mander Lewis.
Olivet Hive, Parkway Building, admitted
one applicant and had an enjoyable evening
with refreshments. Miss Burgln was a lato
caller. All promised to work tor the Great
Commander's Birthday Class.
After a short session of Keystone Hive at
M.I street and Haverford avonue. Mesdsmes
Jlelms and Mvans gave a euchre for tho beno
fit of the Uniform Rank.
Lady Collum, or Koystone Hive, entertained
tho members of Central Commltteo at Rltten
houso Hall and after the business session
served a chicken supper, Mesdames Laog,
Helms, Lewis, Smith. Rotenbury and Rlter
nre the Hospital and Sick Commltteo to serve
until the March meeting;. ...
Uvdy Cleasby, of Quaker City Hive, gave a
euchre at her home for the benefit of the
Uniform Rank, which was a success In every
way.
Liberty Bell Hive, at 4018 Baltimore avenue,
received one application for membership and
appointed Lady Commander Duckworth chair
man of an oyster supper tc be given next
month, Great R. K, llm-gln was a welcome
cuest.
Philadelphia Hive, Parkway Building, re
ceived three applications for membership at
their lust review and elected and Installed
lvdy Haney as picket. They will entertain
the Rose Court No. 1, Juniors, In March. Ar
rangements were also started tor the annual
entertainment for Central Committee.
Uartram Hive entertained iRouo Court Juniors
at 014 North Broad street last Saturday after
noon under direction ot Lady Cooke. Ice
cream and cake wero served and valentine
given by Lady Uueler, ot Bartram (Hive. Rose
iSfffi
Court will be Instituted In West Philadelphia
lr the near future. .... . ... ..
Tho "Doughnut Social" ot Opu Hive, 1120
Germantown avenue, for the Denetlt of the
Uniform Rank w a gTeat success, and will
add a good sum to ths treasury of the .guard.
Opus lllvo will Blvo a "Shamrock Tea" next
Stinker City Hive, 1316 Columbia avenue, re
ceived five applications, for membership at
their last tevlew and .will tryt. ha.ye atlj
delegation nt the "Martha Washington Tea,
Party'' of Bartram Hive, 62d and llayerford
avenue, this evening. The prosseda wlU go to
tliu hospital and homo fund.
Order Knights of Friendship
There Is talk that Tast Sir Knight Marshal
nils A. King will bo the next representative
from lilW-rgetio Chamber to the Grand Cham
btr, -whlih moots In Reading. Pa in August,
and It Is probable that a club of 25 com
panions In uniform will go. with the repre
sentative. Tho Relief Committee has only
eight sick companion nftor several month
Encrsetlo'oJ poets to reach the 400 mark this
year. P. S. K. HL Boyd has "come to life"
ngoln and a boom can bo looked for, as he
Is a hustler when ho Bets started. 1. o. H.
K. M. Etchells mado Interesting remarks on
tho bylaws and companions think a commltteo
should be appointed to look Into tho matter.
Princes' Order of Caliphs
Mooca Mosnue. No. 3, will, celebrate th
anniversary of Washington's Birthday with a
banquet this evening at tlio Hotol Walton for
nliout 2W members of the order and tholr
friends Past Hulton Jacob Aechenbrand is
chairman of tho Commltteo on Arrange
menm and Dr. Alva T. Todd will be toast
master. The speakers will Includo Hon. John
M. Patterson, Judgo of Court of. Common
Pleas E .1 Cattoll, city statistician; Rons
Maclver, Imperial itrand padashah (tlio head
of tho order In the United mates), and the
nev Charles II. Llder, of Trenton. N. J.
Many novel features ot an Oriental tlngo will
appear In the menu and deoorattonj.
Order of Good Templars
Golden Link Lodge, In Its comfortable lodge
room, 24J2 Frankford avenue, laat Wodnosday
evening entertained a few friends from other
temperance organizations. Around the. lea
tablo plans wero projected for closer relation
and more definite work along aggresalvo lines.
Georgo D. Turner, district chlI templar, was
pierent ond gavo his sanction to the Idea
Next meeting of Golden Link will bo held Wed
nosday evening noxt.
Order of Owls
Tioga Nest. No. 14R7, Is pushing Its cam
paicti for members. Four candidates wore In
itiated at the last tnoeUng. Thero Is gToat
Interest shown In a membership contest to
CnTho'Icorr!b?n1e.d Nest, of Owl will hold ltl
booster meeting at Philadelphia Neat. 1721
North Tront street, on Friday evening next. A
delemtlon will como from each nest nnd a
IfOoif tlmo 1 expected.
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Add four cents per lino net to rates given
abovo,
HKLP AND SITUATIONS WANTED
ADVERTISING IN THE PUBLIC LEDGER
MAY JIB INSERTED IN THE EVENING
LEDGER WITHOUT ADDITIONAL
CHARGD.
There is a drug store near 'your
dome that will accept Ledger want
ads at office rates.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CANVASSERS Lady canvassers wanted. Coll
after Wednesday, from S to 8 p. in, .8811) Arch.
GIRL for cooking, downstairs work; rtperl
enced; ref. Call morning. 1027 N. Broad.
GIRL, experienced, wanted for Ice cream and
confectionery store. L 817, Ledger Branch.
HOUSEKEEPER'S HELPER A thoroughly
tollable -woman to tako charge and assist
mistress: light work; refs. H4I2, Ledger Cent.
MOTHER'S HELPER, refined, capable, will
ing; reference and full particulars. Apply by
letter. 14, Ledger Dr.. 17th and Ml. Vernon.
SECRETARY nnd office manager to fill re
sponsible position for manufacturer: must be
first-class stenographer and able to handle
office force; answer fully, giving age, cx
pcrlencn and salary expected. L BE.', Led
ger Office.
STENOGRAPHERS, bookkeepers and
clerks con obtain valuable Informa
tion about securing poaltlona by in
terviewing Miss Dean at Ledger Cen
tral. See her at once for this free
advice, aa tho Commercial Depart
ment la constantly securing good
positions for Ledger Advertisers.
WHEN IN NEED of an experienced office as
sistant, bookkeeper, stenographer or clerk,
call up Walnut liOOO and consult with Miss
Dean, of the Commercial Department, who
has a list of high-grade, experienced girls
eager for positions. Avail yourself of the
Xreo scrvlco to Ledger Advertisers NOW.
HELP WANTED MALE
DRAUGHTSMEN Two first-class all-around
designers with considerable experience, and
one steel designer; American Brtdgo experi
ence preferred; for large copper plant In
Chill; three-year contract and expenses both
ways; good temperate climate; excellent liv
ing conditions; give age, experience, refer
ences and salary expoctod; unmarried men
only. R. 13. T. Haff, core of DuPont Cora
pany. City Point, Va.
SALESMAN Experienced oil salesmen wanted
to cell steam plants; we furnish sample
barrel oil to plants on 60-day teat, together
with patented ' appliance which are given
free; SO per cent, savins In present oil con
sumption guaranteed; will make advances
to hustler against commission while he
demonstrate his sales ability. 11 130, Ledger
Office.
SALESMAN Sure Are: quick seller) Mc com
mission. 443 Land Title Building,
HELP WANTED MALE
8AMS3MAK, llvlnr In town, outside of rhlja
delphla, to sell nursery stock. I. 803, Led. Of
OTflcH8iTJtTrMTfX! assistant management!
uancrsiamie uesigning ana manuiocviuinn.
Apply tho WentworUt Alius. Allegheny av.
and A st. ' .
Wanted Neat-aprearlng; roung men
23 year of agOi High Bohool gradua
. ferred. Apply BOB Tarkway Building.
en under
uate pre-
EMERQENOY HELP WANTED
, Tho Emergency Aid havo received the fol
lowing offers of employment through, tho
ledgers' "Work Needed Quloklv Columns'' and
have no qualified, applicants on file, if you
can, fill ono of these Jobs, cut out the nd
vertlsement and attach to lour letter of ap
plication, slating experience fullv and enclose
copies of referenoee. Address letter to Men's
Work Department, Emergenoy Ald.Commltteo,
Lincoln Building, Philadelphia, with key num
her of ad. on the envelope:
MALE
FARMHAND MAN TO DO GENERAL. WORK
about country hospital: must be good milker
nnd nlougher; good home: $20 month end all
found! must havo good references. L A.
W tot, '
WELUEnS AND WELDERS' HMLPHIUII
nave oixnlnit for several; must be thoroughly
ntn.Hniih1 nnA fittVA ffnft.1 references. 17. A
vv n-.u
" , .'-.
CHAUFKEUn GOOD DRIVER AND MB;
chanlclan: must live. In Taoony seotlon ot
,.... .i .. ... .W. bu..U MI. ...
Clin KTOU jrcar'rnuDU juu, ic.ai.ii.ca
sarv. R. A. W.. 2S3.
GARDENER MIDDLE-AGED MAN AROUND
. house and garden: tend furnacf, oto.1 good
noma ano ngnt work, is. A. v. r
FARMER YOUNO MAN TO WORK ON
, small chicken or fruit farm: milk cow and
lend to horao; must iiavo references. B. A.
W . g.'. .
SITUATIONS WANTED PEMALE
BOOICICEEPDR, stenographer, experienced, ca
pable of taking entire charge and ncllncr as
poortrnry or oince msnager, u oo. i.ou. v,cm,
BOOKKEEPER and oisrk: 4 years' exn.; ro-
lintiio. qcrur-iie. reio. eogcr wcnirwi.
CI.AMIlEItMAID or lady's maid, good seam-
stress, refined I exp. and refs, M 607. Led. Off,
CHAMDERWORIC and waiting, young, exp.
wiilte girl! nignest ror. im pos, Longer w,
CIIILDNURBK. thoroughly competent and ro-
linen: nrst-cinss reiercnco. iw m. ivnim hi-,
COOK First-class, experienced, young whllo
woman i rere Bnce. mono juicmnson onon .i.
COOKINO and downstairs work, experienced
wnito woman; pest rets, i-nono uiamono i.
COOKING nnd downstairs work, eompctont nnd
reliable: flrst-clasi refs. M 608. Ledger Off.
COOKINO nnd downstairs work, white, set-
tied; city or suourns; rer. n am. Linger vju.
DAY'S WORK Colored woman, 1 day and
carfar. no. Ledger Branch, i!0th & Christian,
DRESSMAKER Perfect fitter: suits remodeled;
swift, accurate. (132 N. 47tli st. Hel. 6007
GIRL, German, wishes situation; laundress,
chambernork or assist kitchen. 224 Reed st.
HOUSEKLUPER or stewardess; hotel, Institu
tion, ant, homo; oxn caterer. M 601. Led. Off.
HOUSEWORK tno -wash) In email family;
thor. relia. woman; pest reis. m cv. ieq.vu,
LADY'S MAID or light chamberwork Refined
German clrl, experienced sewer, ombroldoror
Bnn thicket, v -w. ,Annnr hii.t..
LADY'S MAID, seamstress o- mother's helper;
highly roc., comp.: N. Gorman. Ph. Bel. ROM.
MAID, colored, wants chamberwork. nursing,
(IlllCU ur liuvmn Tic) rinr. iv mmi.w p..
NURSE wants caro ot Infant or Invalid: best
of references as to ability. Write 121 W.
Washington st,, Media. Pa
NUHSi: Protestant girl wishes position as
nut-so or light upstairs work; experienced.
A 222 Ledger Office
NURSE Graduate nurse wants few more ma
ternity casem doctor's ref. Phono Gtn. (1003 L.
PHYSICIAN'S SECRETARY Younir woman
with experience would like position; refer
ence L 610 ledger Offlco.
STENOGRAPHER, private secretary: experi
enced, refilled, cnpablo; will leave city. South
or Weit: commercial Institution or social.
B .137. Lodger Central.
STENOGRAPHER, expert, experienced In lit
erary end commercial work. Qualified lor aeo
retarlal position. E 257. Lodger Central.
STENOGRAPHER, experienced, desires steno
graphic, typewriting, clerical: evenings: own
macnnio. u p-ij. imager venirni.
STENOGRAPHER Knowledgo of bookkeeping.
good at figures: 7 yours experience In dotalla;
can tako chaigo. E 833. Ledger Central.
tfTENOGRAPHER. exp.. knowlodge of book-
keeplng: ranld. nccurnto. J U68, Led Central.
6TENOriAPIIER. 3 yrs.' exp., com., at prcs-
ent employed, des. pos. : Int. L B48, Led. Cen.
WOMAN, young, cheerful disposition, aa care
taker of convalescent, seml-lnvalld.or nervous
patient, adult or child. 'M 612. Ledger Office.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT -will tako charge small set of
hooks by day or hour; moderate rates. Bell
phono. Walnut 1237.
ACCOUNTANT, expert; books opened, closed,
systematized, audited; $5 monthly up.
Auditor, P. O. Box 2001. Philadelphia.
ATTENTION, BUSINESS MEN
Many eneigetlc, bright boys who
como under our care are now avail
able for otllce.shop or factory work;
no charges.
JUVENILE WORKERS' BUREAU
1507 ARCH. TELEPHONE, SPRUCE 0147.
AUTOMOniLE SALESMAN Man, 80, desires
connec. with I'hlla. agency, u 48, Led, cen.
BOOKKEEPER, expert, will keep your books.
oar books
. B50
charging only tor tune consumea. i oau,
Ixwiger central.
BOOKKEEPER-STENOGRAPHER Age 21, 3
years' exp. ; good ref. E 440, Ledger Central.
CHAUFFEUR, practical, well-trained me
chanic; I) years' exp. on American and Euro
pean cars; honest and dependable; good clean
record; ft'a years with last employer; excel
lent reference. H 158. Ledger Central.
CHAUFFEUR, white, A-l mechanlo; eight
years' experlenco nnd flrst-claBs reference
during that time. E 745, Ledger Central.
CHAUFFEUR and mechanic, white, 7 yens'
exp, now employed, wishes prlvato position;
any car. J 051. ledger Central.
CHAUFFEUR Machine ahop oxp.; BOber. rel.,
dependable man; ret. Add. B 184, Ledger Off.
COAST RESORT hotel or firm can eet reliable
man, best references, experienced, as cashier,
etc. ; moderate wages. B 120, Ledger Office.
COLORED college student, with considerable
spare time, wishes work. E 054. Ledger Cen.
DESIGNER and estimator on building con
struction, thoroughly experienced, desires to
make change. m, meager uentrai
GARDENER, superintendent. S3, thoroughly
exp. In general upkeep of gentleman's country
estate; able to-eupervlse men to advantage;
married. Fred Martin. Wayne, Pa.
JAPANESE as butler, valet or useful man,
Olali, 0228 Woodland ave.
MAN, middle aged, wishes work, farm, restau-
rant, saloon, n.m unve st.
SALESMAN or manager to represent reliable
firm; a position of responsibility: highest
of references can be furnished. J 755, Led
ger 1,-cmrm
SALESMAN Has had years ot experience In
this and other countries; can give unques
tlonable referenoe. 11 B54, Ledger Central.
SALESMAN, capable, hustler, traveled New
Jersey, needs pos.; salary. E 55'-', Led. Cen.
SITUATION wanted ns handy man: can fur,
good ref. Ad. John MacNamara. 188 Tasker.
TRAFFIC MANAGER, 13 years' experience
with one firm; graduate of La Salle's Inter
state Commerce course; familiar with the
latest rulings: married; 31 yrs. old; hustler;
guarantee to make good. E 340, Ledger Cen.
YOUNG MAN, 20, Spanish, cultured, refined,
would be serviceable In office as Interpreter
and clerk. 13 038, Ledger Central.
SURE HAD THE GOODS
EMPLOYMENT AQENOIEB
MRS. NICHOLa 19M Ealnbrldgs t,i can tur
oish viu tvltli any kind ot malo or fi
male 5JYp 7or MI oapsclUef, for any k-4
of position. Phone Locust 21t0.
WORK NEEDED QUICKLY
As a partial. contribution to the work which
IsTelnr so b y carried on by ths BrftSTgeney
Al committee, Society for Organised Charity
: T....ii, vn-iftrv iturAAtii In sft-iirlnir em
IP beinjT ro BDiy earn- jy v"-l """I'J"".;!
AI4 commute. Boclotr r ?mnlMd CajUj
and Jur-nl e Workers '""ijn SI 5 I2
, . - - ..!,. .l0rvlnff rnen and women.
the Punr.ta Linoen and EvjNlji i Laooin
these columns to me rin. uo oi iw
ployment Branches of these organizations.
Here you will nnd lutea worn asy 10 ar
brief stories of spoclflo cases thai have been
Investigated by them and found to be worthy
and particularly urgent ones, Ths persons
listed aro out oi employment through no fault
of thelrown. Applications from drinkers and
Incompetent or J.unt'u.ltwnrthE,.1P.d1'v'!?uS!r SI!
not recommonded by the orJt1,.e"i,S?-.i5E?
provided for by the Ii,.med(te Relief Dtr Von.
fcmployers see'kljg reliable, experfenj men
and women can. therefore, employ the men and
women llstel with the assurance that they are
helpir deserving workers who only ask for
a chance to help themselves. Thsv do not want
charity. They want and must navo Immediate
employment. Will you create a lob for a few
of these who can fit Into ypur tganisationf
If you will do your share, this f at problem
will bo quickly , 'ed. ,
REFER TO CASES BY LBTTBRB 'AND
NTiioSEUMArUCElD "EA" FOnWABD OFF-R
TO TlSMEriOENOV 'AID COMMITTEE,
L1.o..'UTOIT,liEa80CIDTr FOR OROAN-
1ZI.1?j? tv!In?,TO TB JUVENILE WORK.
ERS' BUREAU, 1B07 ARCH 6TREDT.
MALE
AUTOMOniLC TRIMMER, 23 YEARS OLD
good references; out of work practically all
winter; has two small children. S. O, a, No.
mi), trraninwu wmi --- - --.,
BAKER-BREAD BAJCER. 40 YEARS OLD,
whoso last employer says he wan thoroughly
honest ana ronooio ana in v "-,T
Sever late one dav. Ho, las been out of work
u montns. iias u yuiiuiv, vw... .!:. '.cv..;
vounaest 2 years. S. O. C. 680. (Northern
Blstrf c " B O.C 1480 North Marshall street.)
-.,- - .m.ir. n, n tmm it Aa vrvntr.
JUA1.1V .10 lUAllt? WUV, .w &...j ... -
ed for three yrara In one plaoe and previously
for flvo years tn another place: very good ref
erences; has been out of work now for four
months. S. O. C. 037. (Northeast Dlst.. 2348
N. Howard st.)
BAKER-HERE IS A MAN WITH A CLEAN
record, who Is strictly temperate and can do
first-class work. Has 3 children and is des
pcrately In need. B. A.. 261.
BLACKSMITH'S (HELPER AND TIIRE
sons who can do laboring work; will take
anything they can got to do; all four of them
havo excellent references; thero are seven chil
dren of sohool ago In this family. H. O. C, No.
048. (Woodland Dlst. 1232 B. 47th at.)
BLACKSMITH'S irraPER-25 YEARS TOT1I
one firm, which recommends, him highly: In
vestigation shows man to ba badly In need of
noin. ii.. v. ..
BOILERMAKER'S HELPER-MAN OF 40.
vHth 0 small children dependent upon btm,
will take any kind of work he cin got. One
of the children la 111 In the hospital and the
baby Is 111 at homo. Excellent references. B. ,p.
C. BS8 (Northern District. B. O. C, 1430
iNOrvn iuaiaii. pm.cn
BOILERMAKER MAN HAB BBEN OUT
of work for four months; he has a wife and
thrto children, the youngest a baby 18 months,
who Is very delicate. 8. O. C. 682. Powel-
von minium,' p. v. ". v" -....-.. ..
BOOKBINDER AN EXPERIENCED MAN.
25 years old, with a wlfo and baby 4 months
old, wants work. Investigation shows that Im
mediate help Is vital to the life of the family,
who at present are living In ono room with
barely enough food to keep tho baby alive.
This man can furnish the best kind of refer
ence ftonililshmormjIoyerJI2;A;tW
BOOKKEEPER BOOKKEEPER AND
credit man, married, who after 0 years with
his last oruployer, waa laid oft because of lack
ot work, desires employment. He can give
first-class reference. E. A.. 170.
BOY, IB YEIAR3 OLD-IS THE ONLY Sup
port of a widowed mother, 4 brothers and
sisters lie has worked In a rope factory, but
will tako any kind ot work he can get. 8. O.
C. 603. (Frankford District, S. O. C, 1344
Unity street.)
BOY 18-YEAJl-OLD BOY, WITH EXCBL
lent references: hao been out of work all win
ter; he Is tho only wage earnor In a family of
7 children; tho youngest a baby. a. month old;
lie wanta a chance to'help support hla brothers
and sisters and his grandmother, who Uvos
with them. S. O. C, 0.12. (Powclton Dlst., 4018
Powelton ave.)
BOY, 10 YEARS, STRONG. HEALTHY
American boy, will do any kind of work to
help support on aged grandfather; parents are
dead and he and sister (20 years) out of work
some, months; has worked on lco wagon. J.
W. B.. 80L
BOY, IB, WHO HAS ATTENDED SOUTHERN
Manual Training School and has been forced
to leave school to help support parents; would
make good at any kind of office work. J. W.
B., 800.
BOY, 10 YEARS. JEWISH, WISHES WORK
of any kind; driving team or doing anything
that will help his home; father la tuberculous
and no ono In family ot four working. J.
W T7 OT.I
BOY, 14 YEARS. WANTS WORK; ERRANDS
or Helper arouna store; lamny vory poor;
father out of work three months; no one work
ing; but one girl out of family ot nine. J.
WV B., 802. .
BOY. COIXJRED. 16 YEARS OLD. STRONG
and willing, wants any kind of work to help
his widowed mother suoport 4 other children)
mother earns S5 a woek. not enough to feed
and clothe the whole family. J. W. B. 870.
Boy, white, American, ib years, will
do any kind of. work; father deserted; mother
and sister out 'of work: mother will do any
Kinu Ot llQUBBWOrK. iiO. OW. J. vv. u,
BOY. 15 YEARS, WANTS WORK; ERRANDS:
can make himself useful about store; parents
dead; no one working In a family of five;
oacy in. j. vv. u.. w..
BOY. WHITE, POLISH, 14 YEARS, ER-
rands. store or factory: father dead; four
other children; one working; Income $1. No.
htn, j. vi. ii.
BOY. 16. HAS WORKED IN SHOE FAC-
tory; father ery old. Family In destitute
circumstances. Willing to do any kind of work.
j. w. .. BMH,
56T; JEWISH, lei OUT OF WORK 3
months; will do any kind of work to support
mother and 2 other children. J. W. B SSO.
BOY, 15 YEARS. WANTS WORK OF ANY
kind; father deserted four younger brothers;
mother has to support six on 15. J. W. B., 8.0.
BLACKSMITH A GERMAN, 35 YEARS OLD;
has been out of work six months; has a wife
and one small child dependent on him. (Eastern
Dlst. S. O. C. 02t. 338 8. Lawrence st.)
DOILER-fAKER AMERICAN, 40 YEARS
old. with cood references; this man Is a
widower who la trying to take caro of his 0
small children. 8 O. C.. 030. (Germantown
Dint.. B2 W. Chelten avo.)
BRAKEMAN MAN AND WIFE HAVE
been heipod with coal and groceries; needs
worK naniv: puck in rent, r-. j.t auv.
BRASS FINISHER MARRIED MAN. 35
years old. with 20 years' experience with
well-known gas company, whom he left 1
years ago to go Into business for himself,
wants employment as brass finisher or sales,
man In gas and electric fixtures. Understands
the gas fixture Luslness thoroughly. He Is
Prepared to do work In polishing or lacquering
rass at homo If required. This man has a
wife and 2 children In extreme circumstances.
He can furnish the highest references aa to
character ana anility. . a., lis.
BRASS POUSHUH WIFE AND 2 CHIt
dren In destitute circumstances and needs
work badly; has excellent references from for
mer employer. E. A., 231 X.
BRICKMAKER THOROUGHLY 6KILLED
In bis lino and has excellent references. E.
A. 242 X.
UUTCHEB . A BUTCHER WITH A WIFE
and B children, ranging from 4 to 11 years
of age, has been out ot work for nearly 2
montns. Due to the Emergency Aid Commit
tee, hi wife has supported the family In the
meagrest way by sewing. This man will take
any kind of a iiosltlon. Hla wife would like
plain sewing. E. A.. 191.
ON "STEW" PIDD!!!!
WORK NEEDED Wicnatf
ffii ..
..?. ndy individual may b"rS3Ji
,"Av
Wfj,
,.. t", ' M s nMgn l8 wrniriM
nnrt-,-t "- irnil
"BisiricT r, SBhJsFa&aa
Hunting Park avenue) ' v-'"' stmt a
nuTLBR-BiN0ij coLonBD iuwrSrJ
CABINET WORKER - BKILLEDcIn: J
worker and carpenter, w JiSVr.YMINgT &
work. He has ths highest rsfsr.nVSi"1"' 5
hla lsat mnlntnt. -H.lT -V.'?T'5Mt f M J
he worked
rorked for o W.T mniSKwi
la In deeperata want g. A it" l A
una
CAH INSP-CCTOnr-LBXTT POSITION tSS '
Iraitlnn far on tmvin- . 'A' ".'"Wtiii.
III. ni.iyiujr-in nay nn nna With hltli
ot Ubor jqueettotvand wti droDDM. ?B?r'H
and child. Family in utmost dlstrett .
CARTDNTER-lUBRE IS A FAMrr.v -n
, ctroumstinoes are described as "dwJiii'sH
by Emergency Aid investigators, whonil ;
the man does not drink and li s ,liv'4l,li
man, lhA man haa han n.. ..0 WDrfr.
Konths: he.owes 4raonths' back rsn?' ... I
ndlord. who Is w lliliur to 1. nTnlm ,!! .'
needs the money himself, m h B KKt 6
man's wife and 8-year-old boy have notLiJ; ;
.tihaira: to SL$S
o7raS'po.nifun!r I'a'.HiI"? S?gg
OArtPKNTERHUNOARrAW mr- .'!
experienced carpenter, out of ytStkiS" "i
fall, is on the list of applicants ef tba
cloty for Organising Charity, lis hi a JV lS
and, three children, and an Infant borS Sa A
he toat his Job. ,1a anxious to get sark 1
that will malte his family IndspenaentTn-' I
Istcred. at the Eratern DlsUfot Ottes. 86 '
" T ""-
T!".WI1L?1I A V llltYnfnias T-TT"--
.fa-iii":,-ii-iV "'"I'.wrajjii. m
of work six months; will take any klndefirSk Ml
he can get to support a wife and f,"g l
drsn. S. O. C,, No. 081. (Nlcetown aa-TlesS ?
n St.. dtuntlnr Trlt r,A ..TrrV1
. . . M..M VWU.K Kl jit
(iARPENTBR-A MAN WHO CAN DO ALL
Vlnrlsj nf n-rtiknf.Hna. -rr-1. t.iT. i
SXnffi3S8Z
triTe and three children urxtntly In ntiari-f -rfi
.- th
-" -iin uuui MiNifrnat. u
years old. wants work as carpsntsr, prfatS '
or painter. Recommended as a thorMshsi'
snd 3 children. Will do anything. jJ
CAnPNTR MAN, 85 YEARS OLD. n
seeking work so that he can Uke cars of t
tt.1?..n? .hy"S5 'KrSunBrt ls
Dlitf., so-c:. Wt .Hon.33 t"Wllltca
CARPENTER MAN. 88
M.OLD;
of work alt winter: -very enod rata n-I.
a .mm... !. .;,.... - T.VC.V-l'KT'ie!"
Is 111. S.' O. 6., 63a. (Powellon WstTiflfl
tUWPIt'lll ItVB.y
CARPET, DESIONER AN AMERICAN,
yeoia oia, is aui qi worx oecause usrs Iiti
been no market for carpet for several tnontht.
He haa tried without success to secure ouf
work, llnomployment and tho prolosted Ill
ness of his wlfo have exhausted their urtoii
and this man must havo work at once, Ttn
aro 7 children, the oldest 12 years old and tht
youngest I year. 8. O. C.018. (Oermintmra
Dlstrlot. S. Q. C, 62 West Chelten avenua)
CARPET WEAVER HAS WORKED FOR
nn H.m trvi. 9rt V..M nnrf fA. trot .nnnlh. V..
been out ot work and hla savings srs ex
hausted; hna a wife and e small children. a,t.jj
O. C. 038. (Northeast Dlst.. 2318 N. Mk-J
ardsL)
CAULKER AND CHIPPER MAN HAS
been out of work 8 months and half. For
last 17 years has worked In ens Macs. 10
15-year-old boy, who has worked In tht nam
la mar. aui or warn. a. vs. i-.. uuj. ADrums r
District. B. O. C. 2348 North Howard strew,
CEMENT WOR1CER COLORED MAN, V) i
.. al svnallanf tfyt attfiat ITasi al , it
children, ilia wife has been doing wasstet
to help support the family. S. O. C No. fA
I lYmjumiiu umu, ..,.. . ..... ....
nuATTWl e.TmTntlnlC DRIVER. 8. TEATta
old. out ot work 4 months: has a sick vl'i ??l
and 7 children tho youngest lyesjr dWa, A
pendent upon him. s. o. C. wi. woodlttli
District, p. VJ VJ., lJ oqum ma mni.
CHAUFFEUR. EXPERIENCED OX TAXI,
CODS; carcrui ariver. avrivir wwt, una ,
erences from well-known cab company; cur-,
rled; wife now sewing. E. A.. 201.
CLERK AMBITIOUS YOUNO MAN, SO
v.nn niri. craduatQ of cramm ar school 0J
has attended Temple College for two yetrs; nrr
also been a macjuuo uijuruvuc. ,i.i ao aui
work that la offored him. S. O. C, No 6H0
(Nlcetown and Tioga Dlst., Hunting Park !.
ana vjiariisa. bi.i
CLERK-A YOUNO MAN WHO 13 EXPERI
onced nnd la behind with his board jiat;
work of any kind. His clothing la worn oat sM
dlrtv nnd no needs Immediate empleyaiejtj"
get fixed up to take a -erm anent lob. E. A.. J-
CLEIllt AbLeAtvuum; urri .,,......
up-to-date business methods; 5j years of ago
and married: savings exhausted; clean, nlnel
couole: references from large houses; -it
class. E. A., 205.
n.n.. .. "m,rTPT Temr.TntlT TRANS, .s
v,L.iwv f-y""--ix -v-aiv. JfSV ,1
n.m,inn ni..ir mm 60. married:
'sober, with good refer et !
getiing sewinx.
K. A., -ui.
CLERK. ANY KIND OF STORE. S!5 YEAKJ j
old and has wife and 2 children and Is viulBr fa
to do anything. E. A.. 230. M
Tk,...r, T.nTiaii.Tinnrn nKFHRENCES s
".. J., w. .
fremlaat employer, who laid him oft aroa
account of slack work. lias 5 small cajldnn
and faces ovetlon. B. A.. 25'. . ...
TOTbR- AN Al StAN. WITH HtOH
C?sItIreferSnces; with la.tem'ployer ijem
first class; also clerical; support ot a large
tamiiy. r. .- w
COLOItED MAN, WITH WIFE ANU10
children, ono sick, mother aios iu: nsa -v"
on moving vi-i "and Is willing .to 4o anyttW
rt s nnii o-Ivm n!m worKT hi A
mn t. -wing -- -- .L... '"
CONCUFri- -.'OIU-EIt-COLOIlED MAN- K
yeant u.
shore work: out.
mSntha: detperito" plight; 'good refrc.?
i. A. -U..
' '. - - ' -.a-v i-in-flir MiW WITH
iS33nffifil
H. "ArS.arch. IdrenV the" oldest W tjl.'fl
tyoungSt H months. 8 a ,C.. ou. -- m
$m-w?W7mm
good references,, nss "". "" " i' VTm
.rJvvl. . .viiwtAira iinv kind of work." r
.rThUwlfe
Iferl
wiin iiorooo. ". "c. Vv7.-. " -rood :
except tor a ... -Srtten blstrtct, 8V
O. C. 4018' Powe'lton"avenue.) -
OUt Or won, uaa a. n..- .- - jjjj
dren dependent upon him. B-.."-,.. T
Southwest District,. O. C. 1318 Bouta -.
west uistr let, ' a. u. . g
ER WITH WIFE AND ALL wlli'
ouhly familiar wWTctty. n4i i wcrt
lyi? wTlUwr to do .anytblngj tonner oj-J
street.
DRIVER
thnrnUK
quickly: willing to do anytutng; '"WJ 4
ployeharw paper lou.eJ fays will b. gj
to a pioy -wnan uuawcaa .- - - - i j-?
expectid;1 Vber. hon.s't and" wtlltafj UJ m
toft bin and rent past due.g.Aft J
DRIVER AND JIACHiniOf a t ja
DyVsii7"ldrwlll take anything be can .j
oo; has good, reference;. 8. &. a. No, M
(ITTanmora n., ". ..... .
DRY CLEANER-IiUKyu""..-!, SiT
enoed; willing to ao yy 2Ju awi
sax ?,ae.ri-7,sd
UOIl, iU -
XtAT
BUTCHMR Ai GERMAN, M YTUta"
. will -take any work that Is offerM W "III i
Bedridden with Mrainfa ."..! 1fiil
ffttir hll tn rlinaNftasit -L " lEWIl I
Ki"wii2.'K" r.Pi.ENcrovTtr
thy and satisfactory by TnT(mnt-?9ir:
Bmersenny Aid CommltUa, wanti sSV S
till wlra Is too III to sew and th.?fAtr
children lack nourishing food. BA-fpali
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