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EVENING EEPflEB-PHILADEEPHIA'. SATUBDAY, EBBTTABY 27, 1915,
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" t)kONlSai TO HAVj. PLAG DA
thousands tff Jewish Emblems to 80
A pftrt df tho flag day observance to
ftftvart the Zionist movement, to bo
lld toiporrow under' tho Auspice ot tho
Sottish. National Fund, thousands of
liAliitAttira Jewish emblems vlll bo rilv
tribute- throuRhout tho City. Congreffa
U6twf of various ByimgojtUcs, attending
I'tirlm services tomorrow, will bo lirc
jeViteii 11(11 tKeio fiiiBs, and contribu
tions wilt be offered for relieving Jewish
Wit sufferers In Palestine.
Jbr, Mux I Mnrgotls, president of the
' 'Zionist Council, la sponsor for tho move
ment In Philadelphia Contributions Will
e. received by JI. O. Agronskl, secretary
of tho Jewish National Fund of Philadel
phia, Iff MEMORIAM
CHERRY. In ad, memory, of ray dear
daughter ALICE, who died .February 27, 1H13.
ASimitnOK, On February 20, 101B. ABI
GAIL F., widow or Joseph Ashbrook. Funeisl
on Monday, nt 1 p . m from her late resi
dence, Hrldgeboro, N. J. Interment at Ever
HARLOW On February 20, lOlfi, HARRY
UARLOW. Funeral services on Sunday, at
S p, m.. at the parlors of Henry Seher &
Boir. 2J9 East Susquehanna ave. Interment
at Oakland Cemetery.
BRADLKi. On February 20, 101B. MARY
A , Widow of Michael F, Bradley. Funeral
on Tuesday, nt 8 a. m., from 107 Mercy st.
Solemn ltequlem Mae at the Church or Our
)ady of lit. Camel, at 9-10 a. m. precisely.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery,
BROWN. On February 20, 10115, SARAH W.
BROWN, aged 81 years. Funeral on Mon
day, March 1, at 2 p. m . from the residence
of tier nephew, Harry Hendrlckson, 00 Oak
U.f 11U1UI tTVVUUUt .. AlllClMIVMI.
BRYAN. On February 21. 1015. SAMUEL,
husband of Theresa. A. Bryan (nee Stell
pflug). Funeral servtcea on Monday, ut 2
n m., at his late residence. 401 Wilder st.
Interment Fernwood Cemetery.
CIIEKSF.MAN. On the 24th of Feb-uary.
IBIS, WILLIAM E. CHEESEMAN. Tho tela
liven and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral -on M on Jay morning, at 8.H0 o'clo i.
from his lata residence. 1227 North 11th
street. Solemn ltequlem Maes at the Church
or ilia Tlesu at 10 o'clock. Interment orltate.
COPrUCK. Suddenly, on February 20, M1B,
MALCOLM M. COPPUCK. Futerat services
at his lata residence, BIS North 7th St., on
MOnday. March 1, 1015, at 2:30 p. m. Inter
ment private Please omit flowers.
CHOCK. On February 24, 1015. HARRY S.
CROCK, son ot tho late Henry and An
florali Crock. Funeral on Sunday, February
2i at 1 p. m., from the retldonco of his
slater. Mrs. Hammond. 2032 North 31nt st.
Interment at Leverlngton Cemetery.
DIF.TZ. On February 25. 1D1B. GEORGE C,
son of the late David F. Diets and Cath
arine C. Oletz (neo Ziegcr). Funeral serv
ices on Monday, at 2 p. m.. at his late resi
dence, 2150 North Falethorp st. Interment
DUMOND On February 2.1, 1015. JOHN B.
DUMOND, husband of Margaret Dumond
(neo McCall). and son of John and Annie M.
Dumond Funeral on Monday, at 2 p. m.,
from residence. 110 Manton St. Interment
DUNN On February 25. 1015, MARY
JANE, wife of the lato William J. Dunn,
a&ed 44 years. Relatives and friends aro In
vited to attend the funeral on Monday morn
inir. at 7:30 o'clock, from her lato residence.
SOU North 38th st. Solemn, Requiem Mass at
St. James' Church at 0 o'clock. Interment
at Holy Cross Cemetery. ,
FARROW. On February 25, 1015. SAMUEL
D.. husband of Martha A. Farrow. Funeral
service on Monday. March 1, at 12 o'clock
noon, at tho resldenco of his son, 14S Cedar
ave., Woodlynne, N. J. Interment Ucrlln
riHI.ER. On February 28. 1015. LYDIA S.,
wire ot Ashton Flsler. Funeral services on
Tuesday, March 2, at 10 a. m., at tho resi
dence of her husband, 1.12 iNorth 4th st..
Camden. N. J. Interment prlvato at Oolca
GII.RRIDK. On February 25, 1015. ELIZA
BETH A wife of Dr. John J. Gllbrlde and
daughter of the late John .1. and Mary A.
Hunt. Funeral on Monday, March 1, nt 8:30
a. m., from 2521 houth Broad st. Solemn
Requiem Moa I at tho Church ot th
Epiphany, at 10a. m. Interment at Holy
GLAHKR. On February 25, 1015, ELIZA
BETH, wire ot Edward Glaser. Relatives
and friends are Invited tn Attend tho funeral
service on Monday, March 1, at 3 o'clock, at
her late residence. 02 West Washington lane,
Germantown. lnemont private,
GOKPPINGEK. On February 25. 1015,
GEORGE, husbind ot Kathryn Goepplngcr
inea Hitter), Residence. 21U7 East Susque
hanna ave. Duo notlco of funeral will bo
UILI On February 20, 1015, HENRY. h"s
bsnd of Matilda Illle. Funeral services on
Tuesday, at 8 p. m., at the residence of his
ron-ln-law. Dr. C. R. Fulmer. 1211 West
Allegheny- ave. Interment private. Wednes
day, at 10 a. m.. at Northwood Cemetery
lTINWS. On Friday morning, February 20,
1915.nMILY, daughter of the late Rev. Will
lam Frescod and Emily Hinds, in the 83d
year of her age. Funeral services nt the
Church of St. James the Less, on Monday,
March 1, at 11:30 a. m.
UOYTw On Pebruary 27. 1015. FRANK
Wi-BTON HOYT, Jr., son of Edith Hojt
Griffin and the lato Frank Weston Hot.
Funeral services en Monday afternoon, at
-UJO, at his late residence, Tir East Mont
gomery ave., Ardmore, ra. Interment priv
ate. BUNT. On February 23. 1015, ELMER
JONES, youngest son of the late Jacob S und
Maria 0. Hunt. Funeral services on Mon
day, March 1, at 2 p. m., ot tho residence of
hla brother-in-law, Edward Irvers. Kin
Spruce St., Camden, N. J. Interment private
at tho Baptist Cemetery. Haddonfleld. N. J.
HUNT. On February 20. 1015. FLORENCE
J., duughter of the lato William I". and
Sarah Hunt Due notice of the funeral will
be given, from her late residence, 015 West
KKENAN. On February 20. 1915. at her lata
residence. 4.'!M) Germantown ave., CARRIE
C widow Thomas Keeran. Due notice of
tn,- funeral will be given.
LAND.--On February 24. 1015. WILLIAM
; h.sband of tho late Margaret Land,
Funeral on Sunday, at 2 p. m., from his
lite residence H024 Pine st. Interment at
XJU-On February 20, 1015. WENDELL
1'., husl&nd of Mary Leap. Funeral services
on Aion.iar. k.i m p. m.. ai nis raie residence,
232U Nicholas st. Interment private, at
XJTIIGOW. On February 23. 1015. GEORGE
V . husband of Martha A. Llthgow. Funeral
service on Monday, at 2 p. m.. at his lata
residence, 4.",(r.l w'yalustng ave. Interment
private at Westminster Cemetery.
JlaeEI.ItUVEY. On February 25, 1015,
JOHN C, son of John and Margaret Mac
Elrevey (nee Under). Funeral on Monday,
at 2:80 P. Kb. from his parents' residence,
0013 Yocura at.. West Philadelphia. Inter
ment at Mt. Morlah Cemetery.
MarIVNRh-On February 28, 101B, ELIZA
UBTII Macr.NNES. wife of Alexander Mac
lanes. Funeral services on Monday, at 2 p.
m at her late residence. 3122 Weymouth st.
Interment private. North Cedar Hill Ceme
tery. Mel'ADDEV. On February 20, 1015. MISS
SARAH McFADOEN. formerly ot 2817 Edge
inont st , daughter of the late Richard and
diary .aicraaaen, r-unorat on -iiiesaay. at
s3U i, m , from 241U East Cumberland st.
Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Ann's Church,
at 10 a. m, Interment at St. Ann's Ceme
tery. SIARGERr. On February 25, 1015, LIL
LIAN JHTTENHOUSE. daughter of Susan
Jt. and the late Joseph Margerum, Funertl
on Monday, at 2 p. m.. from the residence of
her mother, Davlsvllle road. Willow Grove,
Pa. Interment at Hatboro Cemetery.
JfKCKB On February 24. 1B1B, CHARLES
W, MECKB, 6r.. husband of Ada Smith
Mecke. Funeral on Monday, at 10 a. in.,
from his late residence. 104S North 20th st.
MONROE On February 24, 101S, GILBERT
M. MONROl! Funeral services on Sunday,
t p. m . at bis lato residence, U) I North
sad F Interment Saline, Mich
NBHTON. On February 23, 1015. JAMES
NEWTON, aged B7 years, Relatives and
friends, alio Robin Hood Lodge, No. 76, O,
S. of St. George, and Nakomls Tribe 307.
I, O R M , and his employes, are Invited
to attend the funeral services, on Tuesday,
March 2. at 10 o'clock, at his late residence,
1H1 Waliellng st . Frankford. Interment at
UNCUS. On February 25, 1015, at Houston,
Tex., 8. HENRY PINCUS. Lue notice of the
funeral will b given, from the residence of
bU brothers. 1334 North 15th st. New York
jptpefa Pleas copy
STMCiAn-Fbiuarv 28. 1018. WASHING.
6-- IDS RICE, aged 74 years, formerly ot
ji WllrulnjUm, DeL Funeral services on Monday,
at 9 p. m., i -ne residence o( nia aon-in-
aw, rTRnn oukk, ... -i ,i wiraupn, w,
Jt. Jpterment at Wilmington and Brandy
tain Cemetery, Wllrnlrstcn. Del , on Tues
day morning, via 11 OS train from Broad
BOBlfirm On February SO, 1915, CARO-
Bebsrts. Relatives and friends of the family
SM respectfully invited to attend the funeral
Mvltv, en Monday morning at 11 o'clock
T?riBelly, at her lia residence, 1721 North
lut bt. nuensm private, new lain, papers
CMUNAOit February 25. 1015. MAURICE
3-. !mj-Wo4 of the late Ella M Soaoton 2nd
on (ji tha late Michael J ana Miry rk-o-ll.
pus notice of the funeral wilt J,o gvn,
Ssn ala KtB rwldeace. 321T Rarer t
gratWWEBv On February 26. 191B. JOSEPH
ft. hualiu'l or Laura V Schwlter (nee Good-
jli., at bis IMo rtatJeni-e. IE I West Mont'
WW). ctiutuai hi iilcb uu vtnimmx -. a u.
v- Kve interment ax Hillside Cemetery
",os reeruary so. ibjd, uaviu
-r ia htm d vtar flervtea and tntr.
t private, ea Fwruarv 27. No Bowers.
SM-&aoaiiy, on jieoru-iry so. ivio.
EXMJ ausband of Fani.y SUtnm, aged si
-s. iaiis nkwt irwiau, turn ,ui-
4r n& y - . vt,-.w
in. nUsgm, Uwm mm Ute rftMenaj.
V. HHRMSl at Hi, OIU41
itf au ti.iwxs.
-Oa rrury 2, 11. 1CMMPH
ta k( h yiar Kelatlves, and
miea- 'AifiUia f Haniitoa Loda
srmik r ai M mmu. R irtamum
tij; v 2t 't, &3 ana all cihti
r ss . at wai- u kit Mlr
1 eao, u I ptSf. tak,
.-4cu mm WnsW .
lion. Friends may call on Sunday evening,
Interment private Automobile service.
S1VKENKY. On February 24, 101B, GEORGE
F... husband of Mary R. Bneeney .(ne
p'Nelll), Funeral, on Monday, Mnrch 1, at
2 r. m., from his late residence, MOI Frank
ford ave.. Frankford. Interment K ot V,
fitVEKTEN. On February 20. 1015, MAY If.,
daughter of Isabella and the late Levi c
Sweeten. Funtal services on Monday,
March 1, at 10 n, m , at the residence of her
n'Other. 800 Aft Enhralm ave.. Camden. N.
J. Interment private, at. Bridgeport M. E,
Cemetery, Bridgeport, N. J,
TULI--At Waynesvllle, N, C, on February
25, 1015, JOHN TULL, son ot the late Gra
ham and Julia Vf, Tull.
TUM On Febtuary 2B, 101B, ANDREW J
son or,ine laio jonn i; ana Garonne iiiii.
Mineral services on Monday, at 2 p. m., at
tho residence of his niece, Mrs, William
Jones, 1727 North 8tlt St. Interment prlvnte.
WALLACE. At his residence, 1802 North
18th st.. on February 21, 1015, Captain
WILLIAM WIOTON WALLACE, In his Kid
ear. Relatives and friends, also General
George G, Meade Post, No. 1, (1. A, R.i
members of tho Lojal Legion and Philadel
phia Presbytery, are Invited to attend the
funeral services, on Monday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, at the Mutchmcre Memorial Presby
terian Church, I8th and Bouvler sts Inter
ment at Harrisburg, on Tuesday. Remains
may be vltwed at the Church from 11 a. m.
WILSON. On February 20, 1010, WILLIAM
THOMAS WILSON, In his "2d jenr. Rela
tives and friends of the family, also Post No
2, G. A, It., are respectfully tmlted to at
tend the funeral services, on Monday after
noon, at 3 o'clock precisely, at the residence
of his son, William E. Wilson, 3343 North
Bouvler st. Interment private, at South Mt.
I.ntirel Hilt Cemetery,
DAILY AND SUNDAY
THIS STYLE TYPE (or like this)
One insertion ., 15a per line
Three Insertions In a week,... 12!c per Una
Seven consecutive Insertions... 10o per Una
situations wanted, three Inser
tions In a week 10a per line
THIS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
Permitted tn all classifications except Help
and Situations Wanted, Lost and Found, Per
gonals, Boarding and Rooms.
One Insertion 20o per line
Three Insertions tn a week.... 170 per llns
Seven eonsecutlve Insertions... 15c per tins
All rates are based on agate measurement.
14 airate lines tn tho Inch.
DEATH NOTICES-elther paper
lu lines one time . BOo
Three Insertions , 1,00
In Effect December 1, ltl
for Insertion In both the morning and evening
(pun ui Buiue u,7i
Add four cents per lino net to rates given
HELP AND SITUATIONS WANTED
ADVERTISING IN THE PUBLIC LEDGER
MAY BB INSERTED IN THE EVENING
LEDGER WITHOUT ADDITIONAL
There is a drug store near your
home that- will accept Ledger want
nds at office rates.
HELP WANTED EEHtAIiE
C1IAMBKRMAUEngllsh, French or Scotch
J'rot.; good seamstress, competent and rll
ablo; best ret, required. M 52b, Ledger Office.
CHILRNURSE, assist with chamber ork;
.Hum .iiio. ,,1. an, imager umco.
COOK English, French or Scotch Protestant,
competent and reliable, best referenco re
quired; 3 In family, 40 minutes from Phila
delphia. M 520, Ledger Office
OOOIC and downstairs work;"whlte glrlT"Maln
Llnc. M M0. Ledger Office '
COOK Experienced whlto girl, on Main Lino;
must have reference. M 5.14, Ledger Office.
L.DUCATBD WOMAN of refinement, over 21.
with forceful personality, ambitious to earn
good salary; exceptional opportunity to travel;
established business; reference required. Ad-
EXrr.RiriNCTJD NURSE to take charge ot
Infant and child 2 jcars old, references re
quired, rhono Overbrook 5220 Thursday, be
tween 0:30 and 3 o'clock.
GOVERNESS, mlddlc-ageZ who can speak
Trench and German, to attend two girls, U
5n,i.ll!. settled nnd reflned, with references.
LJUJ, Lodger Central. j
NURSERY MAID-Young woman, I'rotcstant
picltrred, with some experience, to take posi
tion ns second nurso must have tlret-dass
reference. Call, 57 Allen lane. Mount Airy.
NURHKRY GOVERNESS, North German or
1'ronch, for 2 children. .1 and 0 years; sub-
... m.ivi, .mmcr mnce
IU3LIBLK WOMAN for cooking and general
housowork. 1432 Wolf st.
WE NEED ono woman ln eicli of our
sales districts to develop sales leads:
one having ood conversational ability
tnd faculty ot presenting convincing
facts fpr high grade, meritorious article;
tnoio having department otors experi
ence nnd ranging between 25 and 35
years preferred, tho work li reflnod
and. congenial and has the added merit
ot being outdoors; compensation, salary
and commissions, give full details In
.i"'.lcS""r f application. Address P
50.1. Ledger Office.
STENOGRAPHER, quick operator, on I'ride'rT
wood: prefer William Penn graduate, with
- yf.a,rB experience; salary $S to start: steady
position, with advancement. Call between
T fll?d4 p' '" Saturday, Elliott's, 17th and
WANTED, a llrst-ciass walstmakcr on tailored
J1.?.1-"?.'. '. ,ak1 ,ul1 eharge. Vcrna Brothers,
1225 Wrlnut st. '
HELP WANTED MALE
AUTOMATIC turret machine operators (Cleve
land), first class, able to set up and adjust
their own machines and uso the micrometer,
minimum day rate. 3 24 per day of 8 hours;
piecework eanangs about CO cents per day
more, pay for holidays. Saturday afternoons
from June 15 to bentember 13 and IB dais'
leavo after one scar's service, citizens. 20 to
45 years of age. Apply in person to Frank
ford Arsenal, between 8 ard 0 a. m.
Bpy Work In drug store, run errands, clean
ing, run fountain. 52d and Larchwood ave.
. . . BUYER WANTED
Educated young man of good business
and executive ability; must be clean, of
high character, alert and active, with
good judgment; quick and accurate at
figures, with some knowledge of In
dustrial engineering, by a large com
pany, manufacturing drug and grocery
specialties. L 510, Ledger Central,
CHiatlCAL KNOINEER Technical graduate;
with little or no experience: under 23; U5
per month, with advancement; chance to grow
In growing business; laboratory, sliopwork
and selling Including much traveling ulti
mately, state age, training and reference, L
342. Ledger Central.
COr-FI-B and tea ealcsnian to specialize for
Chestnut ft. grocery nrm; soma 'experience
required. F 14S. Ledger Central.
DRUGS Wanted, competent registered P7G
P. graduate: store centrally located, state
age, experience, references and salary cx
pected 7. ledger Branch. 1403 Filbert.
FOREMAN (finisher) Wanted.experlenced fore
man. copabls of superintending finishing of
Interior metal work; one accustomed to
handling a largo force of men. Write, stat
ing uxporlcnce, references and fullest partlcu,
lars,J. HI4, Ledger Central.
MALE NURSE at Philadelphia General 'UoT.
pita); must bs absolutely sober and reliable
and be able to present suitable credentials.
Apply In person to chief resident nhvsictan.
Philadelphia General Hospital. '
OFFICE MANAGER, with knowledge of book:
keeping; 3 other clerks In office; state expe
rience, refs., wages expected. V 7. Led. Off.
SALESMAN Wanted. exnertenCAd Birw-l. oal-u:
man for a high-class stock prospositlon; the
best of reference required, p. O, Box lUoO.
Washington. D. C.
SALESMAN to sell standard products lo'the
grocery and general trade: can make ?-'00 to
1400 per month; exclusive territory. F 40.
Ledger Central. '
SALESMAN, living In town outside of Phlla-
.:,,,, w mzu nmgwry aipcs. i, cue. lcq.pnT.
STENOGRAPHER and tvnowrtl.r ' ..V, . "n-
portunlty for Intelligent, hard worker, good
KrttlraBT atstjt full rarl,. r IK T . ' 7LV
" --.. ...- a. 'U- -.-- cflt.
THE PRAETORIANS We can use aThigh
grads State organizer to sell fraternal In
surance to DELAWARE. To a good hustler
who can command respect, and who would
not be spoiled by a big Income, we can
olfer special Inducements, whereby a Urge
salary can bs made. We will advance ei.
penscs If necessary Address Geo. Taylor.
Manager New England States, p. O. Box
1020, ProTldince. R. I.
VANYUD A practical poultryman to work on
farm, applicant must be bustler and willing
to work, preference given rasn having ex
perience ,11 breeding and conditioning B. C.
Whits Leghorns for exhibition; could also
use another good man who understands flow
ers and central farm work, reply, giving ref
erences, whether married or single, age? aad
State salary expected, good place for right
?1a.P. J rX.v5?',la. Weaow
WANTED Two healthy, level-headed men, not
over 40. strong pnyslcally and right morally
to take care of Invalid yowur man under di
rection of physlcUs: HMelal training not es
eenUal. reasonable wages,, with excellent
beard and homo In retlned, healthful sur-rouoIl0i.-J.
Address for Interview, giving at.
twallataUoas, etc 8 6, Is4ta Qalca
WANT1-Wtr and oil ruboars; must hivo
or cabinet work. Apply Victor Talking Ms
biM company ApplAatlon Oaice, jj Market
st fide K I
.7 ciimik vu surnisure ujios
. .sw-rv tv ,.. . . . -
tey ii Ptsuuii'.Bsia mc oo ttsorouxhlj ex
alii mn HA thwflu.y, av
tr1Bd 1 IM line 8 jjrf t&xm
SC4 rnw8 9 J4A L4r Cti4l
CHAMBERMAID and waitress-competent glrlt
..best city reference. Phono Poplar B080 W.
CHAMBEnwoRK nnd waiting: present, em-
Plojer wishes position for her maid.
.ncouim jim iwj-ij.
CHILDNtiRSE Young German woman, rell
!Lbfr . '"'Silent reference, desires position In
Wfll-lc-do family: can alo teach children
. (lorman. t, 014. Ledaer Central.
c'yL?ftt8C Young, English rrotestant,
eai.ableandbeet city rcL M 6.13, Ledg. Off.
CLEANING In hotel or In office building, cap.
able white woman M 632. Ledger Oiflcc.
C?;V.1lA.NloN.' reOned woman, opcrlcnced
OHlce. Practical nurse. M Bu. ledger
c9.'' ""' clats' wishes flork, prlv. fain.:
city or country: ref. B aiu. ledger Oin" e.
Di,AIrn of Nsw York desltns engag'ts:
evcni!igBowns8ucc!alty!l'hono Wal. 4uoXw.
rt5',!?i.;ii.n.uJcrr governess, young, wishes
situation! relereneo. mm r.h.i-ia .
M!liinSolo.,Sl,-iyBnt" e.haniberwork, wa t ng.
V-i,n2Ki'iiSnll"t.ur, '""It-time work; rets.
.. t none Dickinson 3uug L. mi4 Carpenter,
i?.' I?,1 fl'l'suelphla or cltvi reiereme:
?i'5ip!" lil,.-,Vrll. r phono Dickinson
hcafiSJ irk" IiT,W,'d,dle-,tei1 l Oman. assist
jTjiiruiic.? fa'",i ,ufaurba ref. M OJi.
N,V?.INlfTA l?Dablo nurso wishes a few'
8,ii,ii'on?.i"amoni1 6'J W. mm. Hint.
- ' ' sno fttti
1'AnnrivSl1ivni,.cJlambern,aW ttl8l,ca Position.'
jli .. .,u,.,., -.Tr . - -
"."? V"-rA"eration or house sewing: tl
-PSLJ&LnMJtixt Fjitl.Leagir Central.
al,'f?,'M?iVi,ll;1?' ncn.1 anu uenendable, would
umf.moit"Ti,0,B,ary .w,t" ouoortunitlcs,
reiirui5.e.u sji. Ledger Onice.
STe1fHalin!Wr1'rI.1in.-Vfat' ,raold' accOraleTm:
tenigciit,refs.inod. sal. F 40. Led Cent,
Sn?hn,tPl,En'1 cfp' ,ln Insurance anTpub
llshg work knowl. bookkeeD'a. 11 .!' 1.1,1 orT.
bi,NJ?..nNUilSB' "'"red, direTe7ponsi:
&. W'on the mlddlo or last of March;
best reference. Write M WBjJ.edger Oitlcc.
SII1NG taken homo" by colorod womanT
RdJaundressl3HIAioh st. Preston OI118W.
W,MAN,, "lined, would liko work with undeT:
Jk,cr' tliorougnly experlmccd: good dress
..maker. 2540 coral st. Ph. Keiislngton 40SJ W.
w.OIAN wishes day's work." 812"N.15thT
- ,.w..p . uyim aaii xj.
. " :.l0T0.-. wants cooking, downstairs
work; adults. Phone Dickinson 3150 W.
Y?iFN2 OI wlhe position, chlldnureo or
. ohambermald; ref. Hawkins. 2102 Balnbrldge.
A FIRST-CLASS ACCOUNTANT and book
keeper wishes a position where such services
are needed; 0 years with C. P. A. and highly
recommended. F 4J, Ledger Central.
ACCOUNTANT and bookkeeper, fully quail
fled, capable of taklne- rhiir.d in t,a..3 uv
. perlence; excellent rets. B J2U. Ledger Offlco.
lACCOUNTANT-Kccp, open, closo booksTspe:
clal reports. P. o. Box 3SU. Philadelphia,
ACCOUNTANT-Offlco manager, experienced.
"'"" i ""B. lines, u uau, i-eu. Cent,
ARCHITECT Young man, having had prac
tlcal exp., thorough and comp . desires pos.
in nrch. office; exc. refs. B 317, Ledger Oft.
ATTENTION, BUSINESS MEN
Many energetic, bright boys who
lonio under our caro are now avail
able for office, shop or factory work,
JUVENILE WORKERS' BUREAU
1507 ARCH. TELEPHONE SPRUCn 11117
AUDITOR, accountant, fully qualified, will au
dit, construct system, prepare statistical re
ports, bookB opened, written up, balanced,
closed, expert tervlco at minimum cost. Ad-
, drcBa Auditor. P. O. Box 273, Phlla.
BOND SALESMAN, at present connect
ed with well-known Wall st. bond house.
deslrc3 to locate ln Philadelphia: have
had unusually wldo experience ln all
phases banking business; some insuranco
experience: am competent to sell any
good securities or fill executive position;
references tho test. "11 041, Ledger
BOOKKEEPER, D. E.. competent, reliable,
operating typewriter, would keep accounts
fow nights ln week. P 130, Ledger Central.
LOOKKEEPER, experienced, whoso Integrity
Is undoubted. B 310, Ledger Office.
BOOKKEEPER, typist, capable young man,
-u, wjuLateu; sat, inoqerate. 1. uw, Led. cent.
BOl, Btrong, 18. wants a position of any
kind. F 151, Ledger Central.
English, good references.
requires position anvwh,re
Apply a. II.
Cook, 7 Gordon place. Scranton, Pa.
CHAUFFEUR, practical, well-trained me
chanic, 0 yrs.1 exp. on American and Euro
pean cars: honest and dependable; good clean
record; 5V4 years with last employer; exccl
lent reference. E 159. Ledger Central.
CHAUFFEUR-PILOT-Operato any auto, sail
any power boats, steamboat license; trust
worthy; yearly position desired. Box 20,
Hotel Thurber. Atlantic City. N. J.
CHAUFFEUR, experienced, desires position ln
prlvato family; dextrous driver, absolutely
competent and reliable; most willing and
obliging; reference the best. 1,1)13, Led. Cent.
CHAUFFEUR Whlte.experlcnced driver, mar
ried, care for own ciir; best of references;
go anywhere. B 320. Ledger Office.
COMPOSITOR Ten tears' experience In flrat
claaa Job shop. F 342. Ledger Central
COOK, Japanese, wants position In private
family, good refererce. F 55. Ledger Office.
GARDENER, coachman, understands care
lawn, garden, etc.; refs 023 Glenbrooke
ave.. Bryn Mawr. Pa
JAPANESE couple want positions In small
family as cook and butler; will take entire
charge: retrences. "Willing." 308 N. 1 Rt h.
OFFICE MAN-30 years old, with 12 years'
experience as bookkeeper, salesman and sales
manager; out ot employment account Euro
pean war: married, ambitious, strictly tem-
eprato, best references. E 431, Ledger Cen
tral. OFFICE MAN, Pelrce School graduate, 31, U
)ears here, desires position commercial con
cern as arslstant bookkeeper or Spanish, Eng
llsh translator. Raymond, 3525 Arch s t .
POSITION desired by competent man. capable
of producing results, having 15 years' experi
ence Introducing and selling hlgh-claBs me
chanical and electrical apparatus; eatlsfac
tory references. E 448, Ledger Central
SECRETARY Exp. stenog., accountant, office
mgr.. energetic, responsible. E 035, Lea. Cent,
STBNOGRAPHER-2 years' exp.; rapid, accu
rate; mod. al.; age 21. E O.VI. I.p1. Cent.
IOUNG MAN. 22, with 4 jears' experience ln
financial and credit matters, now holding
good position, wishes treasurershlp or simi
lar position with responsible concern; am
bitious, Industrious, sober and well recom
mended: executive ability; not afraid of re
sponsibility: cannot consider less than i2000
yearly except with extrordlnary Induce
ments. E 142, Ledger Central
YOUNG MAN, 27, desires pos , pref. outdoors.
exper, at clerical woric ana DoosKeeping; can
operate typewriter: sal, nom. B 3.12
WORK NEEDED QDICKLT
As a partial contribution to the work which
,a.-fcf,'.ne o ably carried on by the Emergency
Aid Committee, Society for Organized Charity
and Juvenile Worke.V Bureau, In securing em
ployment for needy, deserving men and women,
the Pobmo Lkdoxb and Evxmino Lidoeb open
these columns to the FREE USE ot the Km.
ployment Branches of ttvraa organizations.
. Here you will find Hated from day to day
brief stories of specific cases that have been
Investigated by them and found to be worthy
and particularly urgent ones. The persons
listed are out or employment through no fault
of their own. Applications from drinkers and
Incompetent or untrustworthy Individuals are
sot recommended by the organizations, but are
Srovlded for by the Immediate Relief Division.
Imployers seeking reliable, experienced men
and women can. therefore, employ the men and
women listed with the assurance that they are
helping deserving workers who only ask for
a chance to help themselves. They do not want
charity. They want and must nave Immediate
employ taent. Win you create a Job for a few
of these who can fit into your organization t
I,i'01 wllf A" yoVr fhater th's great problem
will be quickly solvtl. .
NUMBER TO CASES PT LETTEHa "AND
THOSE MARKED "EA" FORWARD OFFER
TO THE EMERGENCY -AID COMMITTEE.
LINCOLN BUILDING. &.
"S. O. C."TTO THE SOCIETY FOR ORGAN-
IZINO CHARITY, AND "
, W. B" TO THE JUVENILE WORK.
ERS' BUREAU. 1507 ARCH STREET.
ALL-AROUND BOY, IB YEARS OLD, WILL
take any kind of work he can get to help
support his family. S. O. C. T21 (Northwest
Dlst, 62 W. Chelten ave.. Gtn.).
AUTOMOBILE TRIMMER. 23 YEARS OLD;
good references! out of work practically all
..ills , un w om, muuii. D. V. .. no.
640. (Frankford Dlst.. 1544 Unity at.)
BAKER-BREAD, BAKER. 40 YBAR8 OLdT
whose last employer says be was thoroughly
honest and reliable and In two years was
never late one day. He las been out of work
0 moninv. js u cn,a,e oiaesc la
youngest i ears. a u. u. a-j.
District. 8 O. C. 1130 North Marsh:
BAKR-3a YEAR- OLD. WHO HAB WORK
ed for three years In one plar and previously
for flvo years tn another place, very good rtf
erenres: has been out of work now for four
months. B. O. C . 0)7. (Northeast IXit . 23 H
r,. tiowr .,
Baker-herb is a, man with a. cleXW
record, who Is strictly temperate and can da
flm-clSM work. Has 3 children and Is d
perately ln need. E A.. 201
BLACKSMITH'S HELPER AND THRa
sow who can do laboring work, will take
anything- they can .get to do, all four of them
bav excellent references tbera gro seven chli
dreQ of acbool age tu this Un.lly 8. O C No.
Mr eWoodlaad put . J.23S S. 4Tth st
BLACKSMITH AND WH&BLWBiaHTMSX-
.tl..l snmjo lum,, hdiuav.. aiw f ...
.. ..j ",- rz.72 i. .1 . .rT-. T
cot saiplos hli but has mi vttk for Urn
fcm .mnlnv hltn , H rt Hf ii l-ln s
to Um Si it lamttt msA nr mr pne
WOBE NEEDED QTTICICI.Y
A? J!? "'fllnn'sc ef this clastlleathn an
rrplaftoflan of Key ifumten t uluen mid fiouj
fness needy individuals con be reached avlcktu.
BLACKSMITH'S HELl'ER2S,YEAn8 WITH
one firm, which recommends him highly: In
vestigation .shows man to bs bsdly in need of
JKIlLEtlMAKER'S ItELPKR-MAN OF 40,
with 0 small, children dependent upon him,
will take any kind of work ho can get One
S,,.tn? 9,".,ll,.rtn ,a ' ln ,h hospitsi and tns
S,abt? '".?.' homo. Excellent references. S O.
S ?.98., tWhern .District, S. O, C 14311
North Marrhali street.)
BOOKKEEPER - THOROUGHLY BXPERI-
speed man, with excellent references from
fast empHer,,who laid him off owing to lack
OE DUAlnPftn. ! a inhitr nrirl bIaaiIv uiasIb.
IE.. A. 200.
BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER
Young man. University gtsdtinte, has ab
solutely Hie best possible referenco as to char
acter and. ability; ho has been out of work
for some time and Is willing to do anything.
BOY, IS YEARS OLD-IS THE ONLY SUP
port of a widowed mother, 4 brothers snd
elf.t.er.s, " has worked In a rope factory, but
will take any kind of work, he can get. 8, O.
f.'i.005'. (frankford District. S, O, C, 1544
Unity atrce L) "
BOY 10-YEAR.or.D BOY, WITH EXCEL-
lnt lfiet"(inrsi liaa l.ssn ni tt m aI hII vln
ter; he Is the only wago earner In a family, of
children; the youngest a baby, a month old;
he wants a thanco to help support his brothers
snd sisters and his grandmother, who lives
with them. 8. O. C, 0J2. (I'owelton Diet., 401t
BO, 10 YEARS. STRONG, HEALTHY
American boy, will do any kind of work to
help support an aged grandfather; parents are
dead and he and sister (20 years) out of work
some months; has worked on ico wagon. J.
BOY. WHITE. POLISH, 14 YEARS. ER.
lands, store or factory: father dead; four
S'nr children; one working; incomo 4. No.
gUT. J. VV . JJ,
BOY, 10, PARENTS DEAD, LIVING WITH
grandmother 80 years of age and child of 0;
only ons In family working and he only on
part time; In Immediate need of coal, groceries
nnu ono momns rent very deserving, J. vv.
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,
BOY, 10 YEARS. JEWISH, WISHES WORK
of any kind, drltlng team or doing anything
that will help his home; father Is tuberculous
and no one in family of four working. J.
BOY, 14 YEARS, WANTS WORK; ERRANDS
or helper around store; family very poor;
father out of work three months: no one work-
W n SB?8 B,rl out of famlly ot nln' J'
BOY, 14, WANTS WORK IN OPTICAL
trade; father has worked for opticians for
number of years, but on account of ill health
cannot work Btcadily, family very poor, this
Is very urgent. J. w. B., 804.
BOY. COLORED. 15 YEARS OLD. STRONO
and 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 clotbo the whole family. J. W. B. 870.
BOY, WHITE, AMERICAN. 15 YEARS, WILL
do any kind of work: father deserted; mother
and sister out of work; mother will do any
kind of housework. No. 8C0, J. W. B,
BOY, IB YEARS, WANTS WORK; ERRANDS;
can make himself useful about store; paronts
peail; no one working In a family of five;
bat-y 111, j. w. B.. 802.
BOY, 10, WITH EXPERIENCE IN CANDY
factory and roofing work: family in des
perate ntralts; nearly disrupted through lack
of work; very deserving. J.W.B. 000.
BOY, 13. VERY MUCH ATTACHED TO
automoblkH and bicycles, wants work In that
line, largo familj; Ms help In- needed badly;
can furnish excellent references. J. W, B 00.1.
BOY, 15, HAS WORKED IN SHOE FAC
tory; father very old. Family In destitute
circumstances Willing to do any kind of work.
J. W. B , 880.
BOY. 15; PATHIER DESERTED B OTllEIt
children In family depending upon the mother
for support: largo and husky; willing to do
any kind of work; likes driving. J. W. B
BOY, 15, WOULD LIKE WORK, ASSISTING
In draughting; has had some experience;
would like to tontlnuo study In evenings. J. W.
BOY, 17 HAS WOIUCEID IN SHIPPING
room of candy factory; has been out of -work
for .1 months; very urgent case; parents dead.
J. W. H.. 1)01.
BOY, 14, VERY BRIGHT ITALIAN, Rl
siding in Southwest Philadelphia, would llko
work of errand boy, J, w. B., 693.
BOY, 10. HAS HAD EXPErTENCEJ AB
driver; mother Is widow; family needs help
very badly. J. W. B , 805. '
BOY, JEWISH, IB, OUT OF WORK 3
months; will do any kind of work to support
mother and 2 other children. J. W. B.. 880.
BOY, 10, WANTS WORK OF ANY KIND;
mother widow, working In mill only on part
time. J. W. B., 800.
BOY, 15 YEARS, WANTS WORK OF ANY
kind: father deserted four lounger brothers:
mother has to Bupport six on 5. J. W. B., 870.
BOY, 15, HAS GOOD WORK RECORD IN
grocery store; will take any kind of work.
J. W. B., 807.
BOY, 15. SOME EXPERIENCE IN BARBER
shop; mother Is dead. J. W. B 898.
BLACKSMITH a'GERMAN, 33 YEARS OLD;
has been out of work six months; has a wlfo
and one small child dependent on him. (Eastern
Dlst.. S. O. C . U.'4. 333 S. Lawrence st.)
DOILERMAKER AMERICAN, 40 YEARS
pld. with good references; this man Is a
widower who Is trying to tako care of hla 0
small children a O. C. 030. (Germantown
Dlst B2 W. Chelten nve.)
BRAKEMAN MAN AND WIFE HAVE
been helped with coal and groceries; nees
work badly; back ln rent. E. A.. 200.
BRASS POLISHER WIFE AND 2 CH1L
dren In destitute circumstances and needs
work badly; has excellent references from for-
raer employer. .. a,, ji v..
BRICKLAYER OR PLASTERER 05, AND
his son, 35: navo been out ot work several
snonths. Both havo good references and were
formerly ln business for themselves: can also
do plumbing work. S. O. C, No. 075. (Pow-
enon mBiriKE, lum t-pweiion ave.l
BRICKLAYER WITH (lOOIl iii;pi.mii ,N'f!l'n:
has been out of work all winter except for
an occasional day lob; will take any work he
can get to support his wife and babj. 8. o. C,
No. 070. (Powelton District, 1018 Powelton
BRICK MAKER THOROUGHLY SKII.l.KI)
ln his line and has excellent references. E.
BUTCHKR-vV. GERMAN. 60 YEARS OIJJT
, will take any work that Is offered. His wife Is
bedridden with paralysis, and the family ot
four has been dependent on the earnings of an
18-year-old son. S. O. C. 683. (Nlcetown and
Tioga District, S. O. C Clarissa street Snd
Hunting Park avenue.)
CABINETMAKER LXPERIENCED MAN!
whose references have been found trustwor
thy and satisfactory by Investigators of the
Emergency Aid Committee, wnnJa work badly;
his wife Is too 111 to sew anc their two small
children lack nourishing foou. K. A., 211,
CAR INSPECTOR LEFT POSITION WHICH
his employers say he filled with highest sat
isfaction for one paying more. On wrong' aids
of labor question and was dropped. Has wits
and child. Family ln utmost distress, E, A
CARPENTER HUNGARIAN, KKILLED AND
experienced carpenter, out ot work since
fall, Is on the list of applicants ot the So
ciety for Organizing Charity. He has a wife,
and. three children, and an Infant Lorn since
he lost his job. Is anxious to get anything
that will make his family independent. Reg
istered at the Eastern District Office, 338
oqucn ttwreuce acrest. r lie p. u. ., otai.
CARPENTER AN AMERICAN, 40 YEARS
old, with excellent references; has been out
ot work six months; will take any kind ot work
he can get to support a wife and four chil
dren, B.O. C No. 081. (Nlcetown and Tioga
Dlst.. Hunting Park avs. and Clarissa st.)
CARPENTER A MAN WHO CAN DO ALL
kinds of carpentering work, especially laying
of floors; has been out ot work several months;
wife and three children urgently In need of
help; will soon be evicted for non-paynient of
rcni j. w ug HT3i
CA RPKNTLR MAN. 38 YEARS OLD. IS
seeking work so that he can take care of his
sick wife and 4 children: the youngest Is a
baby a month old. 8. O. C, 012, (Powelton
DISf., 8. O. C 4018 Powelton ava.j
CARPENTER-35 YEARS OLD. WITH EX
csllent references: has been out of work for
uur mourns; m, wuo ana inree cnuaren. u,
O C No. 6S7. (Northwest Plstr ct, 63 W,
Chelten ave.. Germantown.)
has been out of work several months; Is seek-
"e vi ,u puuuort uis wiie ana two cnuaren.
S;cVvW0, 00' (Southwest District, 1310
CARPENTEn-THIS MAN HAS THE BEST
of references and Is a steady and Intelligent
workman. Can you use him. If only for a
couple of days? Js. A. 287.
CARI'ET'desIONER-AN AMERICAN, 3J
sears old. la out of work because there has
Daen no mark. In, far, ,., ui nHv.
He has tried without success to secure other
work. Unemployment and the prolonged Ill
ness of bis wife have exhausted their savings
and this man must have work at ones. There
are 7 children, the oldest 12 years old 'and ths
tuuusrot . y,w, . -. , oiu. tuermantowo
Hittlct. B. 6. C. 62 West CbeTUn avenuj.)
CARPET WEAVER -HAS WORKEDFOR
, one Arm for 20 years and for two months haa
S8".".0' work. nd u Ylngs are x.
baustsd. has a wife and a small children. B.
O. C , 638. (Northeast DUL, J1 N, lio&
vni Trn wnnvi.n1 -c?t1
CAULKER AND CHIPPER - mAn"IA
last 17 years has worked ln one place. His
15-year-old boy. who has worked In the mllL
U also out of work S O. c, 683. Northeast
...-., . . .., jj.a I'vna tiowara sirsse.
CKMBNT WORKER ANI COtfcnrETMW
Isber wants position en building operation or
flsewhersj has very food knowledge of the
trade, has tsen out of work a long tune and
tlS70?W,f to wsfl i tSii v
iSP 'woa5ig-o5oiiEo man. a
children Hla wife haa been dola washing
l?lMi? sopsrt ths family s. O C No. Sti,
Woodland Dlat 1S32 S 47ih sr X
.iwOB,rf warii months b a Jg. wjii
d T cJlre ib vooagsaf t year cli--di-M&Sst
bpsm i i o c Srf "Wol
Whmm ro c outh mu itrfftT8
WOBK NEEDED QUI0KX.Y
At tfts teoinnlng 0 thl) efasslleatlon an
explanation 0 Key Numbers IS olpen and now
these ntedu fndltMnals mau be reached qvleklu-
CHAUFFEUR GOOD ALUROUND MAN
wants n position with family, where his
wife can do housework or cooking; has cx
relent references for sobriety and honesty.
15. A. 260.
ClfAUFFjnilt, COIX3RED; HAS GOOD RDF
erences; out of work all winter; will take
nn thine ho can get to support his wife and
nv-o children, 8, o. C. 722 (Southwest Diet.,
1110 S. 22d St.).
CLERIC AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN, 20
, years old, graduate of grammar school, snd
has attended Temple College for two years) hsa
also been ft machine operator! will take any
'.r1 '" i vncreu mm, o, u., u no. ow.
(Nlcetown and Tioga Dlst., Hunting Park ate.
snd Clarissa, st.)
CLERK. SALES OR OFFICE FORMERLY
employed In largo department store; Is a
good salesman and held responsible place until
trade became alack. His widowed mother de
pends on him for support, and unless he gets
a Job soon they will bs up against It hard.
&. A. 272.
CLERK-25 YEARS OLD, WITH VERY
good references, is seeking work so that he
can support his aged mother, who la dependent
on him Has been out of work, four months.
8. O. C, No. 083. (Eastern District, 338 3.
Lnwrtrce st )
CLERK-MAN WHO HAS AN EXCELLENT
knowledgo of business methods and la able
to drlvo a motorcar, has been laid off owing
to the present business depression. Former
employer gives him an excellent character,
E. A. 2fi8.
CLERtv-A YOUNG MAN WHO IS EXPERN
enced nnd Is behind with his board wants
work of any kind. His clothing Is worn out and
dlrlv and he needs Immediate employment to
get fixed up to lake a -ermanent lob. E. A., 251.
CLERK 10 YEARS OLD, WITH GOOD
work references, Is seeking work so that ho
can support his wife, who has been III for
soma time, S. O. C, No. 070. (Spring Garden
Dlstrlot, 1S32 Brandy wine st.)
CLERK WORKED AT LAST PLACE EIGHT
years: Is supporting his aged mother and
aunt. S O. C. No. 005. (Southwest District,
IHIO S 22d st.)
CLERK A FORMER FREIGHT TRANS-
Donation cltrk; ago 50. married; wife now
getting sewing; sober, with good references.
E. A., 207.
CLERK, ANY KIND OF STORE, 25 YFARS
old and has wife and 2 children and Is willing
to do anything. E. A.. 230.
CLOTHING rnrsSER OOOD REFERENCES
from Inst employer, who laid him off only on
account of slack work. Has B small children
nnd faces eviction. E. A,, 237.
COLORKD BOY, 17 YEARS OLD: NO ONlli
working In family of 4; would like to Work
with a physician; can furnish very good recom.
imenilatlons. J. W. P., 000.
COLORED MAN, WITH WIFE AND TWO
children, ono sick, mother alos HI; has worked
on moving van and Is willing to do anything.
Can't some oneglvo him work? E A., 224,
COMPOSITOR. 33"YEARS'OLD, SOBER AND
Industrious, with good nowspaper references;
lias had only Ave weeks' work In five months;
hns 4 children under 13 years. S. O. C. 720
(Woodland Dlst., 1232 8. 4ith St.),
CONCRF.TE WORKER-COLORED MAN. SJ
vpnrn nld. who Is nlso accustomed to lone-
' shoro work; out of work three months; has
good roicrences: nan a who ana - smau cnu
dren. &. O. C, 0.15. (Spring Garden Dlst.,
1M2 Tlrandywlno st.)
DAY LABORER COLORED MAN, WITH
good references, who has worked 10 years In
tho Street Department, will take anything he
can do: he has 4 children; tho oldest 10 and
the youngest a months. S O. ,C. OIL, (Powel
ton Diet S. O C. 4018 Powelton ave.)
DRIVER YOUNO AND ENERGETIC; HAS
been entirely satisfactory nt the places where
he has been employed In tho past. Has tried
er hard fr several weeks to secure steady
work, but has been unsuccessful. A wife and
baby 2 years old depend on him 8. O. C,
No. 600. (Eighth and 0th Wards District, 1730
DRIVER HERE IS A MAN WITH A REC
ord liard to beat: with one firm of Btone con
tractors for 26 years, and when his former em
Kloyers went out of business he lost out. Ho
as nine children to support and ought to
make a good man for somo one requiring a
driver on heavy work. E.A 274
DRIVER MAN, 40 YEIARSOLD, WITH
good reiercnccs, nas oeen out ot work all
winter; ho will take any kind of work he can
get to support his wife and four children, S.
O. C, No. 058. (Southwest Dlst., 1310 b.
2d st.) .
DRIVER, WITH WIFE AND SMALL CHILD.
thoroughly familiar with city, needs work
quickly: willing to do am thing; former em
ployer (large paper house) eays will be glad
to employ when business Is better. E. A.. 218.
DRIVER 10 YEARS OLD; HIGHLY REC-
oinmended by former employer; Is seeking
work so that he can provide for his wlfo and
child. S. O. C No. I.S9. (Northwest District,
B2 W. Chelten ave . Germantown )
DRIVER GOOD MAN, WITH EXPERIENCE
In handling horses, single or double teams;
knowa the city thoroughly; honest and sober:
has a large family and would make some firm
a very good employe. E. A. 273.
DRIVER MAN, THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR
with horses; has been out ot work all winter
except for a few odd Jobs; has very good ref
erences. S. O. C. 012. (Powelton District. S.
O. C, 4018 Powelton avenue.)
DRIVER AND MECHANIC-MAN, 4 MONTHS
out of work, has a wlfo and two small chil
dren dependent upon him. 8. O. c. 505
Southwest District, S. O. C, 1316 South 22d
DRIVEUt. 34 YEARS OLD. UNDERSTANDS
horses thoroughly: good references; will tako
any kind of work: has a wlfo and two chil
dren W. O C. il5 (I'owelton Dlst., 4018
DRIVER WILL DO ANYTHING. AS AN AD
dltlon to his already large family Is dally
expe-ted: sober, honest and willing; has doc
tor' sbUlandintpastdueI3. A., 210.
DRIVER. WITH GOOD REFERENCES; HAS
had experience In milk dairies, has a wife
W.d-,chlldrn' vO. C 7U (Powelton Dlst..
4018 Powelton ave.)
DRIVES. WITH THREE HUNGRY CHIL
drcn depending on his support, desires an
Immediate position; can offer good reference
and Is sober and Industrious. E.A., 280.
DRIVER AND "MACHINISTS HELPER.-3d
sears old; will take anything he can get to
do, haa good references. S. O C, No. 050.
(Frankford Dlst.. 1544 Unity st.)
DRIVER-22 YEARS OLD, WITH GOOD
reference, will take any work that ho can
get. 8. O. C, No. 084. (Eastern District, 3Ja
b Lawrence st.)
DRIVER. WITH GOOD REFERENCES,'
who has had only part-time work all win
ter. Is seeking a steady Job. S o. C. 700
troweuou j-'iat.. uip i'owelton ave.).
DRIVER-HAS BEUN WITH A COAL FIRM
u number of years and Is careful, sober, hon.
est and obliging; has Urge family. E. A., 275.
DRY CLEANER THOROUGHLY EXPERI-
enced; willing to do any kind of work; his
family and ho face eviction: wo are doing our
uiM.voi io am ma lumtiy, out no needs work
most E. A. 243 X.
DYE MIXER; GOOD REFERENCES; OUT OF
work since Christmas; "does not want char
lt.y - ut work; has two children. S. O. C,
No. 051. (Frankford Dlst.. 1514 Unity at.)
DYER AND CLEANER HAS HAD A LONG
experience with local establishment; Is a
quick and willing worker nnd Is sober and
honest: has a large family to tupport and Is
desperoto from want of food and worry, E.
EIGHTKEN-YK-VR-OIJi BOY, WHO HAS
worked In mills, will take any kind of work
ha can get; has hsd no work for two months;
la one of a large family, S. O, C. 725 (North-
.w ..ai.,, tu. ,., uueuen ave, cun.j.
diLDERLY MAN-HIGHLY RECOMMEND-'
Is skilled In all kinds of packing and can d
the work properly so as to prevent losses. E.
KLKCT1UO CRANE RUNNER-MAN OF 3j
years, has been out of work 2 months; haa
a Soung child and a delicate wife. 8. 0. C I'M.
(Woodland District, 8. O, C, 1232 South .Tti
ELECTRICIAN AND SUB LETTER CAR"
rler, 35 years old; will take anything ha can
set to do; has four children, the youngest a
small baby; one of the children la tubercular.
?;..? .R" "" WT' (Woodland Dlst., 1232 a.
ELECTRICIAN -i A YOUNG, 'AMBITIOUS
and Industrious man, whose aged mother Is
depending absolutely on his support; references
from his last employer are the beat. E. A., 287.
ELECTRICIAN-HERE IS A aooTl MAN
who needs work badly and Is experienced tn
evtty branch of the work; sober and trust
worthy is the recommendation of his former
employer. E. A.. 277.
ELECTROTYPER-THE MAN HAS WORK"
ed for 0 years In ons place. Has a wife and
B children, the oldest 12, youngest a months.
Ons ot ths children Is paralyzed and has to
be tsken to the hospital three times a week for
treatment. 8. O 6.. 570. Southeast Dl.trtct.
15 LEVATOR OPERATOR A. W.YEAR-OLD
boy; desires a. position as elevator operator.
but Is willing to take anything. He Is ons of
a family now on the Hats of the Society for
Organizing Charity. With a brother. 21 yean
old, has been supporting a widowed mother
snd a young brother, but 2 months ago lost
his position. Elder brother, a longshoreman,
has been out of work since fall. Society desires
work for this latter also. Case proved. thor
oughly deserving. Registered at the Wood.
Und District Office, 1233 cfoutb 47th street.
File 8 O C. 670
ERRAND BOY. COLORED. 15 YS
.U u wv, w. ,.r JCtUU
to help mother
dna an luui aupugii latniiy consuiing Of
10 ctdldren and 0 adults, adults Include sev.
eral aged woman unable to work; aid urgent;
boy will do anything. J W. B. 883.
.- . . - . 1... -L LY-... - T-
ERRAND BOY-COLORED BOY, IB YEARS.
wants work to support himself and mother;
mother aba seeks housework or laundry work.
J. V. O. poo.
EXPERT, DRY CLEANBR-Ttie Society for
rganismg v-naniy nas on lis list Of ap.
pllcants a man who, after steady employment
aa an expert dry deeper for many years, his
been out of work for ths last yer. Hs says
he Is wllltsg to clean anything to support
wife and two little children Reference.. Rig"
Utered at Woodland District Office, 1232 Bqutb
titu (.( i. run o. w ew.
FARMWORK YOUNO COUPLE. XCCVB.
tomed to farmwork, would like ta return to
ths country. Thsf have 3 small children. S.
O, c. U (Powerton District. S, O. C. U
FATHER AND SON, HAVE WORKED IN
factory out ot work 18 weeks. 8 In family.
No en working Must have work quickly J
Iff B 685.
11REMAN DISCHARGED" lUONORAMYi
in Jan jary rrom tavy at ths same c cupi-
Itoa has Mcellnt rccwd: 1 married Si
wife 111 wllUn to 4arUBfin-, X&
WOBK NEEDED QUICKIST
At the beoinnlnd of thl elaMflcoHon on
explanation of Key Nnmbers t$ given And how
these needy tndlDWuoto may be reached quickly.
FIREMAN, MARRIED WITH SHTVEN CIIIL.
dren. has been out of work nnd tho Aid Com.
lnlttee ask for Immediate assistance. E,
FIREMAN - BOY, 10. HAS OOOD REFKtt
. enccs as fireman on a boat. .where he was
last employed, B. O. C. 713 (Southesst DUt.i
ow vvnarton st 1
FLOOR PLANER AND SCRAPER-WITH
wife and 0 children:, needs work bsdly; has
excellent references. E, A., 258. .
FURNITURE POLISHER -SOCIETY FOR
OraanUIng Charity, has among Its apntl;
cants an American. 41 years old, strong and
energetic, with 20 years' experience ns ,a floor
polleher. He wants work to. support himself
and a wife and child. Spent the 20 years with
one nrm, and lost, position through change of
organization. Registered, at the southeastern
"(Strict Olflce, 630 Wharton street. File S. O.
GARDENER AND CHAUFFEUR - YOUNG
Irishman; 4 months out of work, with one-month-old
child; has had experience and can
furnish references. J, W. B 803.
GARDENER, WITH GOOD REFERENCES,
will tako any kind of work he can get S,
O C. 700 (I'owelton Diet,. 4018 I'owelton nve.).
GARDENER, OR . ANY . LIGHT WORK
around country place; this man was In
lured about 14 years ago and Is unablo to do
heavy work! his last employer was perfectly
satisfied with him. saying ho Is sober, honest
and very careful. E.A., 1189.
GARDENER AND . COOK German. 07
years old. would like position as gardener,
or will tako a place whero his wife could also
be emnlovcdcas cook. Both hayevirv good
references. 8. O. C. No. 004. (Eastern Die-
tiirt. :UH 8... Lawrence st.)
GROCERY CLlTFtK A HUSTLER, WHO HAS
effeiinnt reference from former emnlover
and knows the business thoroughly, Is irjlng
to get a job so ho can pay his rent and keep
his little family together. E. A. 271.
HARDWOOD FINISHER-MAN, 38 YEARS
nld, laid oft with 200 others; has excellent
work references: 0 small children are dependent
on him. S. o. C., (120. (Northern Dlst,, S. O.
C, 1430 N. Marshall).
HARDWOOD FINISHER, WITH GOOD REF
erneps. han been out of wort, two months
Has threo children, tho eldest one Is tuberou-,
inr. a. kj. u.. iiu. u,a. irorincasi uisi,, iu,n
, iiowara be.;
HATTER THIS MAN HAS WORKED
one place lor -.. years, us gave t
work to start In business for himself, but
because of the unusual industrial and financial
situation ln tho country thla icor, (Nlcetown
and Tioga District, H. O. C. 018, Hunting
Park avenue and Clarissa street.)
HORSESHOER WELL RECOMMENDED HY
last rinnloyer, with whom ho worked 2 years.
E. A. 108. 1
HOSEMAN FORMERLY IN FIRE DEPART
ment and with department store: has excel
lent references and needs the work badly.
E. A.. 220.
HOSIERY MACHINE ERECTOR THOR.
ougly experienced man needs work badly.
Last emplojer compelled to let him go owing
to lack of work arter employing him several
"?. K. A.. 2.17 X.
HOUSEMAN, PORTER, JANITOn-SOBERT
Industrious, with tho best recommendation,
Bpeaks German and English. E. A 291.
HOUSE PAINTER ITALIAN. SOBER. IN
dustrlous nnd efficient, wants work to sup
port a wlfo and S children. He has been out
of employment for 6 months, and Is registered
nt tho Society for Organising charity. South
eastern District Office. 630 Wharton street.
Cass fully Investigated bv tho Society and
found worlliv. File 8. O. C. B07.
HOUSE PAINTER THROWN OUT O- EM
ploymont 4 months ago. a house nainte,- with
experience and excellent references, wants
work of any kind to Bupport his wire and 11
children, all under 11 years. - He Is registered
by tho Society for Organizing Charity, at the
1232 South 47th
Kilo S. O. C BOl.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER MAN HAS
been out of work threo months; he has n
wlfo and four children, the oldest 0 years old;
tho youngest 1 year: very good references.
(Woodland Dlst., 8. O. C 581, 12J2 S. -17th
HUCKSTER OR DRIVER. WITH SPLENDID
references: has a wife and four small chll
drun. fi. O. C. 710 (Powelton Dlst.. 4018 Pow
INSIDE PAINTER AND DECORATOR MAN
has been out of work slnco the 1st of Au
gust, has never before been out of work for
any length of time. Very good work refer
ences. S. O, C 677. Eighth and 0th Wards
District. 8. 0. C. 171S Cuthbert street.
IRON STRUCTURAL PAINTER, 30 YEAR
old; splendid references; out of work six
weeks; invalid wife and three children do
pendent on him. S. O. C, C54, (German
town Dlst,, B2 W. Chelten ave.)
IRONWORKER YOUNG, ENERGETIC MAN,
has worked 18 cars In ono place, and has
never had but one employer. Lost his work
when tho mill where ho was employed closed
down. Has been out of work now 5 months.
Has a wife and 2 smalt children, 3 sears and
4 months of ago, dependent on him. S. O. C.
B92. (Northeast District, S. O. C, 2340 North
IRON WORKER WITH GOOD REFERT
enccs; will take anything ho can gnt to do;
has been out or work several months; wlfo and
me children. 8. O. C, No. 700. (Southwest
District. 1.110 8. 22d St.)
IRON WORKER. WITH GOOD REFEH-
ences; has been out of work all winter, has
a w'fO and 4 children. S. O. C. 71U (South-
wet Dlst.. 1110 S. 2-'d St.).
IRON PAINTER, WITH GOOD REFERS
ences; Iisb been out of work several months.
6. O. C. 72.1 (Southwest Diet., Ultl S. 22d St.).
IRONWORKER, 40 years old; good references,
out ot work two months; wlfo and threa
children dependent on him. S. O. C, No, o5J.
iGermantown Diet., 52 W. Chelten ave,)
ITALIAN LABORER ITALIAN. WITH SIX
children, the oldest 12 and tho soungest--twins
2 scars old: has been out of work 0
months. He Is a willing womer and will take
anything he can get to do. S. O. c. B80.
Southeast District. S. O. C 530 JVharton s t.
JANITOR MAN. 40 YDARS OF AGE. DE
sires position as Janitor or will take any kind
of laboring work. Ho has been out of Work
slnco last August as the result of an accident.
His wife haB tuberculosis. There aro 3 small
children dependent upon him. (Germantown
Llstrlct, 3 O. C. 017. 52 West Chelten avenue.)
JANITOR-40; WORKED IN HIS LAST
place for flvo years; Is Becking work. Ha
has excellent references and lost his work a
month ago, when the firm he was with went
out of business. Can do odd Jobs of all kinds.
S. O. C No. 074. (Powelton District, -1U13
JANITOR, E31PLOYED IN A LARGE TRUST
company, and his employers Bay he wai
sober and honest, leaving to take a better post
t'on. K. A., 200.
JANITOR OR WATCHMAN; HAS EXCEL
lent references; out of work ,a long time and
needs a chance Immediately. JE .A . 231.
JANITOR-GOOD, STEADY ,'lIAN WISHES
som? kind of position; experienced; also
familiar with stable work. E. A. 244 X.
JEWISH MAN, ABOUT 40, WANTS AN?
Kina or ngm worn wouia prexer ouisiao
work: not strong: has six children and wlfo
depending upon htm. J. W. II.. SOU.
KITCHEN MAN OR LABORER. WIT!' OOOD
references; willing to do anything; out ot
work since last October; has a wife and two
children S.O.C., No. U55. (Spring Garden
Dlst., 1832 Brandywlne st.)
LABOREH-AN UNUSUALLY INDUSTRIOUS
man, this Is what his last employer flays of
him. He was employed bv me for several
months, he waa sober always and very
punctual, I have known for a fact that last
summer he walked mpro than five miles tn
be at his work at 7 o'clock, which I consider
very much to the man's credit. He Is In urgent
need at the present. E, A 204. . "n."
LABORER COLORED LABORER. WITH"
wife and two children 4 and, 2 ycara or age
The children' have been 111 and have needed a
good deal of care. Aa the man could not got
work, his wife has gone out. bv dav to heln
support family, b. O. C, B83, Southwest
Ihltrlct. 8. O. 0 131B Bouth22d utr", "
LABORER, NONUNION M'AN. W'lTll"wTFK
and four children; his last employer speaks
of him asna first-class man, honest and sober,
II A.. 20...
LABORER MAN WILL DO ANY KIND OF
, work; wife and eeven children to support;
has not worked for three months. J, w. B,,
LABORER - ITALIAN. WITH SIX SMALL
children, has been out ot work all winter ex,
eept a day now and then. He haa worked for
an electric company and has ery good refer,
ences. One ot his children Is a cripple. B O.
C, bOO. Southeast District, S. O. C.. 630
Wharton street. ' wu
LABORElR-FATHElt AND SON. "io YEARS'
old. out of work; .both have very good ref.
erences and are willing to take anything they
can get to do; three young children are de.
pendent on them for support. (Nlcetown and
Jnd'ciar'uW. g.)' ' "t'" fg aTal
LABORER MAN, WITH VERY OOOD' REK
erences; has been out of work 8 montns. Ha
haa a wife and a children, the youngest 8
months old. He will take any kind of work hs
caetysoutheast m.Si, .!
LABORER. COLORET) MAN OUT OF WORK
wants odd lobs at whitewashing or any thing
clas that will enable him to support ; a . wife
and 6 small children: family la living In the
"t destitute circumstances "Won 'Small
LA1JORER - 35 YBAWU OLD, ITALIAN
with excellent references, has been out of
work five months; has Ave small children de
pendent on him. 8. O. C . No, 603. (Nlcetown
C1aw 81t.P''if,C,, "untS S" avS? an8
LAIuTlItER ITALIAN. 30 VnilM rt t Tvi-m'
good references, has been out ot work nine
nntitVia ti. Inn b uil fa AH J n s.IT.
Dlst., a O. C- 838 8. Lawrence at.) t&t"',ra
LABORER - AN ITALIAN, WITH GOOD
tiABORER-gOY 18. OUT OF WORK TUBES
months. Will take anything he can let to
do to help support his Wtd5Sed7m.theran4
threo brothers and sisters. 8 O C No 0
ilfamtavn lVl.l.lr-, fVlft Va.nL.. .'nV' W-
.-". -'."-..-. 'v m. ,..!,, mil
LAMRBR-A .YOUNO MAN WITjfX WIFC
awl small eblld, was employed for more than
ona year and his former empiojer highly reo
onanends him, only owing to the depression of
times is he out of work. Yk A . 283
tABORER - FAMILY IN ainT7tJSff
ths 1 children need clothing, temporary relief
in the way ot foo4 and clothing hVa 3
slck RUtA21.a '' worlt Wa "it. 13
LAUTiRKR- MAN M VFAna run u, t,ut UlXEB-VVllJ. is'
xcelHiil references U take ar.tthlag ; hi 1, mue IHIng for "',"fE
can f to ito to sunwrt bis dellcie wlf i Yu, U unabis to obIiii t,oi p
W0EK NEEDED QUICKC
At the begtnnlno of !M. i. n"BI
L"u" " reached Zt.Wl
bee t out of work nine month. P'AlU?
LABORER-POLISH, wtTir- rr SS
work references; wilt I,,i.ftt(SS
"' " ?;;i s '.
.wile' man with go" 1 refere1'- IKbhI
n boarding linuecs? out of "; ha ittwKI
in, n tiifo b i.-... .J- Dl work ftn. ""Xeil
(Pow,jDjyi6T8lf08' A? Tgj
LABORER-MAN. rot.tHtr.. .:' sJlL
JjAtiuiiEii. WITH wirn , .. - -
l.y Mcr?" Wn" L?nS iM
ovejuemnorarj; workx A s&cly h,m 'S
LABORER . AN ITALI VM iv, 4i
references, has, be'en out 'o'r Ji Wqi
ftrsSVi.0-704 Sou"at w.tTiSo'asas
jiAiiuHKii-cOLOItED, WITH rwvrT
,rnnii will ,.t.. .-I.lV'i GOOfl Hcmi
Jo support his, fou? thl Srei, i 1 o"? 8
(Southwest District, l.liii a 22d St.?" " B
LABORER, 45 YEARS OF AGE. Fem'r. -J.7S3
dren, employed for 15 sears wMfh"?.011"?
iw.yrTVx llme not dr" a sg
LABORER, ITALIAN. OUT OP xvnn.V
months; wife and seVcn ehiMWtlK, 81
nourished'. No. P08. J. W. ncl"ltn '1II1
LICENSED ELEVAoTT'dPKItA'roTi EJ
good references for characterlind wcS11
E.X 278? n'a" '" l" Job b?oS
Is 111 with
tlon Is so d
Is 111 with 5iih?.,',i.i. u".e AnA.B. chlldrfcT
desperate T That he will TH8 ,cor!;,
thcr unable. to leave ' honM L"W
ai in iniant, u months old: will rin ii,. !"
wore at homo, eldest bov. lri vear. nM,aUndr.
work as a helper on a wa",arVf.- Wntf
LINEMAN AND Dl.llCTlTrrTTTsnsU?
ana energetic man. who has been i, ;;'""
u i.-V"''"" Jwuna
I" "onWii -li-wXllln", .to tsTe ZS IS
FA". Ret to do. Ho has6 imsneSiiftSH'slS!
wnuo nc naa neen out of work liii iifi w1"1
gone out to work by the "day Shi t. ' r1
S. O. C. r,4. (Nlcetown nS5yTloga nlsMS '8'3
whllo he has been
R- V.' u,f' ?' 'Nlcetown nnd Tioga District
mitS" Clarlssa Btrcct and Huntrng p"tcB,
good references: familv of 12 h.v. v.."Ml
i.Aiuinvn -.. n
njn!V;"t...mcar".nK? f 10-vcar-oid bo,' s::i
longshoreman and driver-man ifn
becn out of work 4 months nn,i m
been out of work 4 months and will iVv!
nvthln. ho enn not In ,ln i. B - VJ t"
small baby dependent upon 'him s O. of mV.
! 8' " " Ms BoSth re
LONGSHOREMAN 28, POLISH,' wlfiTooolB
references: will tako nnvthlng'ho ea" get to
do to support his wlfo nntl four small children:
?vhrAv No' "' tsoutheast DiStrlctW4
LONOSHOREMAN-W1LL1NO TO DO ANT
E. A. 240 X. """"su men otuoilt;
MACHINIST Pomir.ll hftlnvttt O.JS-
,n,a.v.no""nt.1B..ma.n. "KM. and. H,
nnd general oharactei. It does not ueera trill
is in T. a" ?j" """"" """ "" "SU
M'ACHINIST MAN. 27 YHAT1B nt.'n ur,u-(
garlan, who epcaks English: has a ve'rr modi
work reference from last cmplojer. Has iMJ-I
uic-,i cii.,,-,ic vii itiiii. ci. j, , iji, iait.-.n
District. S O. C, 3.-I3 South Lawrence sum )
MACHINIST'S HELPER MAI? HAtTvvfW:!
ed 8 eara ln one nine,.. WIHIa lm fca. ..3
out of employment, his wlfo has been sewltiiij
to help support their 3 children. S. O. C. 58411
(Northern District, S. O. C, 1430 Jcorlsl
MACHINIST: FOREMAN MAN HAS BEBJif
OUt QL WDIK BlllCOJVUgUSt. XIB OSS aWltSl
and three children 7 years, B sears, and bsbyj
- IllVllUlO. OlJllllK u.ibeil XJIEirict, . IS. It.,'
,w- uiaiitininu .icc. a. J. ., UIO.
MACHINIST MAN HAS WORKED 11 :
years In one place and has been out of wor!c.j
montns. ue win laKe any Kina oc work Bl v
can goi. . . ., ii, morineast uiatrict..
u. .. nu .-.ortli Howard street.)
MACHINIST-EMPLOYED FOR TIVE YEAH84
by a traction companj', who say that hs li
inorougniy renaDie ana competent; he Is mar--Hed
and Is In need E A.. 200 '
MACHINIST'S HELPER Una worked In oneS
place for seven vears Ills employer sayi!
lie ih wiiiinir. rowr am, inautrf4u.-."vv-r,,t,
nnd seven children are dtnendent on httn.v
He hns been out of work nearly all w!ater31
una lias nag a grcac neat or illness m nil 4
family during that time. H. o. c. No, IK).;
torc:mrn 'istnct, i-jj vt. jiargnaii st.;
MACHINIST'S HELPER MAN. THOROUOH.
ly familiar with work about automobiles; tmi
very good work references. Has been out of
work all winter. Six children under 13, tilt
youngest 4. months old, are dependent upon
111111 ei. cv. w. i.iu. ix uwciiun uismci, o. v,
C. 4018 Powelton avenue.)
MACfltNIST'S HELPER AN AMERICAN. 41
3'ca.ra oiu, wicn gooa reierenccs, nas oeea
out of work slnco October; his wlfo Is deal
and his oldest child Is taking care of the
houso and her four brothers and sisters. B.
O. a. No. 037. (Spring Garden Dlst., 1831
machinst's Hi.r.i'F.rt has wnnKnn n
scars ln ono place, nnd will take anything b
c-nii net. 10 00; a lamuv or email cnuaren
dependent on him. S. O C, 013. (Powelton
I'ltt, JOIR Dnu-ullnn u ,-a 1
MAN OF WORK. ITALIAN. HAS FAll.r
of seven children; boy or 14 ln family; toat
MIE1IL OUJ' , C'UUlU IIIUKU Illllll-t'lL CT USQIUIK
vrllllMff to do any kind of work. 'j. IV. p.r
MAN. JEWISH, 45 YEARS OLD, OUT 0PH
wont -i montns. one ooy working in latuiyi
of eight. Wife Is ill, but haB not atked for
any neip. NejgnDors told Investigator tnac ant
Illness la dun fn linrrfment nnd lack of nour-
Ishment. A most deserving case. J. W, B , SM,
MAN, COLORED, FORMER MINISTER, BUTl
skilled ok a carpenter ana painter; lias sj
Wife ,ind lhr,n phllrtrpn flnrl tn stASdv and
liable; willing to do whitewashing and cleU-J
ing oc cellars, etc., ana ao mem rigm, j.. ..
MAN, HAS BEEN HUCKSTER. OUT 0J
work two months: 7 children, all under wcrx-s
Inp net Twn nlHpx, hnVK. 12 and 13. Belli
papers. Family aro about to be evicted fer
nopayment or rent. J. vv. ., boi.
MAN, JEWISH, TAILOR, OUT OF WORK Ji
months; 4 children, only one of working v
a hoy, wno will also oo any uina ot wi-
j. vv. .. Ml.
MAltnTP.ri MVM WITH A WIFE XUU
"-.-----'. --..- -.---1-. -- -.-..-.---. ,J'.-.
cnuaren dcpenaont on mm; willing u (-
thing) honest, sober and worthy, i.
WITH" SPLENDID IU-
erences. seeking work to support nis si
,..... .,-- ....-- ..to
wit unrl nplnnlnji a-lnnorhtni.
(I'owelton Dlst., 4018 I'owelton ave.).
MECHANIC-HAS WORKED FOR lllKhASr
four years In ono place: will take any Kloa
of work hn can get to support his wife IM
four mnsll children. He has been out of wor
five months and his wife did sewing as Ions si
she was able to to support the family, a. "
P., No. J8. (Nlcetown and Tioga District.
1 Hinting 1'arK Hie nntl iinnM ,
SlECHANlC-38 A.MDRICAN. WITH GOOD
"references: will do anyth Jig he can get t
No. 072. (Woodland Dlitrlct, 12.aS47tbi
-..r.-.. .. . .-. rrrv? .x, nt-T.v nvTll
tn inn iifpn out or wurx uii tvuiici. uv? rr
tute, wants Immediate cliance to earn a iuj
living, iu jc.. ,, -. -.
MILLER - MAN HAS SPLENDID IIEWJ
.a ,-A. in., smnnv,. frt whaitl hS W0lKl
CIW ,,W. U , .....mj..., . - - B
ea T years K. A , joi --
...'...y- " -immimr Til VKARS ObD
..lit . .. .!., ... i..,b n 111. lTfla,rilUB
laboring work he can get to do, so that be rsaj
support nis wire, wno is 111 w. w . .
iVomtBrn IVl.trlrl ,'t.tft H. LaWrSnCO St)
v.... ,.,.. ..'.., , 4 airiiirvtt 111 VEARla
HUUUUbll Ji,v "no ,,w.--. "Iv-J rh,rt
hai. been out of -work for live months. yfHI
are nve rnnuren, tne 1 oweji. a "J lh.V5tl
youngest. 4 years old. JuBt when the ow
boy wqvla have been abletoKo to work swj
hlp the family, no WUI. 1 1, Tor trasi-i
anif has recently gone to Mont Alto for
ment. Spring Oarden District , O. C, 1B
Branaywlne street S. O. C . 675. --rtr-l
MOULDER -MAN. 49 YEARS 0,V.Va
yery good references; has been out lj"
"? Mri "."""w -S' "ss wAaurtrt
Cttll JSCl 10 UW. i W-l ' -va - - u
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Vria.trviiwiVivT" VC i'tiIaI.T. 1W.V IS THE 6Q-
iupport of hta widowed n other, who U U
A.ao..M t,ihap U ai, deneticlent ooJm
(Sout-esst ; Dlst., & 07 C . tl. 530 WW'S
inn ., V . S
odd jobs or IBOREJtrruVPfiPwwBl
uha hia ben out of work nearly H ""NXS-M
blll alA Btiv kill,!
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food references S. O
ma lnwltoii ave 1
V Tua trowsiw" "B9
iSll. TTITIiKER. WITH GOOD RLf'ER:
ar When Jm
Has been out of work a year na ."iitS
lost his job bis, wife trita to earn Tg
for. their twofian children, but ber WW
before she will ba able to do anything
B. O. C, No, 871. (Woodland Dlitrlct "5
B. 47th st.) r.-e.iB
i.-l-.U1 " Mrs-SiTwn Vrt T-Ji I irV.fl
gSBrfr. bVe'n'fn-TouslI 'l&TjgJwjg
but haa .had nothing to Jo since tnrtgisg
till, fjth and 0th
PACKER 1IBIJ) HIS LAST POSITION JJ
'ZSril.LtJZ .u Hla employers P
j four year, ffls injilyer fgj
,, he Is sober honest and a, ts
.. Mi..in. .lav during tne. t
well or mm. no ; "",;.;:; .hi f.
worker, never missing da 'l0. ,B.
yaarsV he l married and needs help
PAC-SII VVZ1 wfc' .----k .
rVil f.ki. aiivlhlna l aa g'V ! ' to
.urt Ms wife sod 4 jbUdran S
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ai S-S. TS4
uyniiii iiuw oroacn irom overwork- ill;
man will lake nnvthlng ho tan gel ; te hC
support his faml v, S. O. c , Tl?5S,iK. !
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