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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1916;
IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A MYSTERY TO ME : By BRIGGS
Etiunl Frnnchiao Society Will
Conduct VigoroU3 Campaign
Ths Equal Franchise Society Is prom
Inent among; tho suffrage organizations
in nnd about this city that begins this
Week to formulate plans for the organiza
tion work for tho coming season. All
suffragists aro anxious to make this a
banner year and to gain as much sup
port to the "cause" as possible. The
general lines of preparation being taken
Up by equal franchise sooletlcs aro aimed
directly at the voters, as In the fall the
suffrage amendment comes up for tho
volo of the people.
To further these ends the Organization
Committee of the Equal Franchise So
ciety, 33 South 9th street, will meet on
Friday morning, nt 11 o'clock, at tho
headquarters to dcvlsa plans to push the
work of the society In tho various dis
tricts of the city. Branches of tho so
ciety hav6 been carrying on demonstra
tions and meetings to spread the "cause"
during the winter and will take up this
with renewed vigor as tho spring ap
proaches. Among those who are In charge of tho
district branches of the Equal Franchise
Society nnd who will be on hand at tho
meeting on Friday are Mrs. M. C. Mor
gan, from West Philadelphia: Mrs. r. M.
Shepard and Mrs. William Albert Wood,
Chestnut Hill: Miss May K. Flannory,
Vynnowood: Mrs. A. M. Sweet nnd Miss
DHIo Hastings, nnd Miss C. Wngcr
Smlth, central Philadelphia; Mrs. Harry
Lowcnhurg and Miss Agnes Hamilton,
North Philadelphia, and Miss Anna F.
Davlcs, South Philadelphia, Many others
who aro Interested In tho work will be
also on hand. Miss M. If. Ingham, who
la chairman of the Organization Commit
tee, will preside.
Mrs. Deborah Knox Livingston, nattonnl
chairman of tho franchlso donnrtment of
the Women's Christian Temperanco
Union, will speak on "Votes frr t mpn
at tho Fowler Opera House, Haddonfleld,
N. J this afternoon. The same speaker
will talk In tho evening on "Tho Chal
lenge of tho Day." . Miss Esther Elfrcth,
New Jersey State president o' wie
Women's Chrlstlnn Tcmpemnce Union,
will preside. Mrs. Robert Irving, vice
president of tho New Jersey Women's Po
litical Union, will Introduco tho speaker.
RUNAWAY BOY FOUND
Youngster Was Taking Dinner on
Train When Caught.
Quail on toast, mock-turtle soup, ter
rapin and other delicacies concocted for
tho Jaded palates of dlnlng-car patrons
were rapidly disappearing before tho
onslaughts of a 10-year-old diner on a
Pennsylvania Railroad flyer which drew
Into Broad Street Station shortly 'after
7 o'clock last night. A white-clad waiter,
with rolling o.veballs, hovered nearby.
Railroad Detective Griggs stopped In
front of the young traveler's table and
gasped. "Are you Charles Colatan, of 324
West 19th street, New York?" he asked
as soon as ho recovered from his sur
prise. Tho young diner admitted that ho
was and demanded to know whom he
had tho honor of addressing. He lost all
desire for dessert when his questioner
told him ho was a detective. The next
outward-bound train took the young man
back to New York.
In New York yesterday Mrs. Colatan
missed $37 from her purse. A few mo
ments later she discovered that Charles
was also missing. Five minutes later she
telephoned a description of the boy to
the police, and within three hours Orlggs
found the young runaway. He had come
to Philadelphia to visit his grandmother,
Mrs. Anna King, of 753 Gray's Ferry
road, this city.
Found Dead in His Bed
"William Dawson. 66 years old. a boarder
at the homo of John Hosktss, 6631 Morton
street, Germantown, was found dead In
bed this morning. Death was caused by
heart disease, according to tho physicians
at the Germantown Hospital.
Funeral of French Richards
The body of Uriah French nichards, a
pharmacist, whose death occurred at
Montreal, Canada, last Thursday, arrived
yesterday at his homo In Camden. Mr.
Fllchards, who was a graduate of tho
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, gavo
up his drug business at SU Market street,
Camden, Borne years ago, to become
Canadian representative of n Baltimore
chemical concorn. He was 60 years old,
and his funeral will take place tomorrow
from the residence of his sister, at 41K
North 3d street, uamaen.
i in,. ' ii, i
, AMVTHia;' J
WHERE TH- t - -J.
-WT' ujhcm K
-r You wamt (
city. She was n sister of the late Charles
and Henry Borle and of Adolph Boiio,
Secretary of the Navy under President
Grnnt. Her sister, Miss Emily Boric,
who married tho late General Henry
Bohlcn, was grandmother of tho present
Herr Bohlcn von Hnlbnch, who married
Miss Bertha Krupp, of Germany. Miss
Borle has been prominent In various
charltnble works throughout her life. She
was a Child of Mary at tho Convent of
tho Sacred Heart for more than 60 years
nnd gavo largely to charity In a very
Dr. Jules Koscnbloom
Dr. Jules Rosenbloom, who recently be
came associated with the medical staff of
the Medico-Chlrurglcol College, died last
night In tho St. Agnes Hospital following
an operation he had undergone several
Doctor Bosenbloom, who was 3d years
old and a native of Philadelphia, was
graduated from the Medlco-Chlrurgical
Collcgo In 1905. He was tho nuthor of
several Important medical treatises and
contributed articles to medical Journals
throughout tho country. Ho was a mem
ber of the American Medical Association
and several local fraternities. Ho re
sided nt 314 Spruce street, with his wife.
Funeral services will bo held tomorrow
nftcrnoon at the rcsldenco of his Bister,
Mrs. Joseph Simon, of 2833 Montgomery
Mrs. Annie B. Hall
Mrs. Annie B. Hall, wlfo of ex-State
Representative ranklin Hall, and long
Identified with charitable organizations,
died yesterday at her home, 1318 North
13th street, Sho was In her 67th year.
Mrs. Hall for 35 years was an active
member of tho board of managers of tho
Presbyterian Homo for Widows nnd Sln
glo Women, and for a time Its secretary.
She was afllllated with tho Society for
Organizing Charities, the Daughters of
tho American Revolution, the board of
directors of the Southern Homeopathlo
Hospital and the. Bible Readers' Asso
ciation. The funeral will take place
Thursday afternoon from her late resi
dence. Interment will bo In West Laurel
Albert L. Force
PLAINFIDLD. N. J., March 9.-A1-bert
Ij. Force, 69 years old, one of the
best known newspapermen In New Jer
sey, who with his brother, W L. Force,
founded the Constitutionalist, a Demo
cratic weekly, died at his home here yes
terday. In 18S7 he started the Dally
Press. Mr. Force retired from tho field
of Journalism three years ago. He leaves
a daughter, Miss Lillian A. Force.
James 'Watson, one of the best known
authorities on the breeding of high-pedigreed
dogs and a familiar figure at big
kennel and horse shows, died In New York
suddenly yesterday. He was 63 years old
and had been In 111 health for some time.
He wrote frequently for sporting periodi
cals, and at ono time was the sporting
editor of the Philadelphia Press. As a
lover of outdoor sports, Mr. "Watson was
a member of a number of prominent ath
letla clubs. In his younger days ho was
a champion at the sculls and a crack
cricket player. He was first secretary of
the National Association of Amateur
Oarsmen. For the past 15 years he sat as
Judge at the dog shows held In Philadel
phia, Boston and New York. At the time
of his death he was totally deaf.
Miss Josephine L. Boric
Miss Joseohlne L. Borle died last night
t her apartments In the Morris, 311 South
13th street, on her 81st birthday, after an
Illness of SI hours.
Miss Borle was the last of ten children
of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Borle.
(she was born on March o, iwi, in this
Ezra S. Stearns
FITCHBURG. Mass., March 9. Ezra S.
Stearns, historian, genealogist and Secre
tary of State for New Hampshire for 12
years, died at his home here today at the
age of 76 years after a prolonged Illness
following a general breakdown.
KEMl'TON. In loving: remembrance of
MAItY FRANCES KEMPTON, departed
this life March 0, 1008. Husband and Son.
HEISWANGER. On March 8. 1015. ANNIE
i. wlfa of Henry Uelawanger. Realdence,
700 N, 03d it. Duo notice of the funeral will
CAItUN On March 8. 1916, HENRY a
C'ARLIN.Eon of Sarah and the lata Henry
Carlln. Funeral on Thursday, at 1 p m.,
from tho resldencs of his mother, 1544 South
Btlllman at. Interment Holy Cro Cemetery.
CLAGHORN. On March 8, 1016, ELIZA
STUART, widow of Charles Eugene Claghorn
and daughter of the lata Charlea and Re
becca Culton btuart, Tho relatives and
frlendi ore Invited to attend the funeral
services, at her late realdence. 216 B. 46th at.,
on Thuraday. ltth lnat at 11 a, m. Inter
DONOVAN. On March 8, 101B, MAROARET.
wife of John Donovan. Kuneral on Thurs
day, at 7:30 a. in., from 2346 South Sartaln
at. Mass at the. Epiphany Church, at 0
a. m. Interment New Cathedral Cemetery,
PAAVKNEH. .Suddenly, on the 7th Inst,
SARAH PAWKNER, wtfo of the late Levi
rawaner. iieiauvea ana rnendi or the ram'
lly are repcctfully Invited to nttend the fu
nernl service, on Wednesday nfternoon, at 2
o'clock, from tho residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Oliver T. Acker. 520 Manhelm St., Ger
manlnvvn. Interment prlMite. ,,
IITt.IlU. Suddenly, on March 8, 1015.
UEOIME W Jr.. son of George W. and
the lato Antile Fornoy Filler. nged 10 years.
Funernl services will be hold at his lain
residence 272 S. 2.M st.. on Wednesday, tho
loth Inst., at 2 o'clock, nreclselv. Inter
UI11IIS. At Trenton, N. J on March 8,
Win. MARY A. (HUBS, runeral services on
M elncsday. March lu. nt 2 p. m. Services
nt St. Andrew's Cemetery Chapel Mt Holly,
N J. Interment St Andrew's Durying
HALL. On March 8, 1015, ANNIE U, be
loved wlfo of Franklin Hall. Relatives and
friends aro Invited to attend tho funeral serv.
Ices, on Thursday nftcrnoon, nt 2 o'clock
precisely, nt her lato residence, 1318 North
lo.li st Interment private, nt West Lnurcl
HOO.MAN On March 8, loin, GEORGE
HOCI.MAN, husband of the late ltachcl Iloo
man Funeral on 1 hurnday, at 2 i. in , rrom
ill rnnngo st Interment nt Westminster
lEI'l'ltlKS On March 7. 1015, ROSANNA,
wife, of l'atrhk Jeirrlea umL.daughUT of lha
into Charles and Ellen Quisle Funeral on
I-rlday, ut n. in., trom her late residence.
2123 South llnrcoclc Ft. Solemn High Mnss
'.'.'. Hejiulein nt tho Church of Our Lady of
Mt Cirnicl, at S .10 a. in. preclscl). Inter
ment Holy Cross I'emeterj
KOHMANN On March 8, 10in, ANNA
MAL, daughter of Andrew and Anna Kor
irann. Funeral on Friday, nt 8 :m n. m ,
rrom her parents' residence, 1713 North
Marshall st Solemn Requiem Mass ut St.
Peter's Church, nt 10 n. m. Interment prl
vatn. Most Holy Rodeomer Cemetery.
MARTIN. On March 8. 1016, ROHERT C,
husband of i:mma C. Martin Funeral serv
ices on Wednesday, at 2 p. in, at his late
residence, inn East Woodland nve, Sharon
Hill, Pa. Interment prlvute
MCCARTHY. On March 8, 1016, ANNA,
wlfo of Fiank McCarthy ami daughter of
Snmucl and Margnret Ilrlndel Funeral on
Tnurscluy, at 7 so n m., irom her parents'
residence. 2(117 Potter at. loth Ward. Re
quiem Mam at tho Church or tho Visitation
ut l n m. Interment St. Mark's Cemetery'
.MILLER. On March 11. 1D1B. r.i.iKiin ,,?.:
Lt.lt, aged 00 j ears. Due notlco of tlm fu
5,,0Ji.'.I!.Y.'.Sn March 7. 1015, Rev. JOHN A.
MOTLEY, O S. A., aged 20 years. Ilovcrend
clcrg), relatives and friends are Invited tn
attend the funeral, on Wednesday morning at
St. Thomas' Church. Vlllanova. Pa. W!'
vino offlco begins at 0:30 a m Solemn Re.
x.T-ll0.".Va"Bt,1.U' '"'"""'nt "t Vlllnnovo.
uH,OI., ,n. -Manih T ,0lB- P1ANCIS II.,
husband of Helen Naylor (neo Iiogert). and
son of tho lato Jacob and Rachel Naj lor aged
f y.f.ar..Jiela11f', "I? lem'8 of the fam.
lly, also Phlla. Lodge, No. 2, B. P. O. E, nr
Invited to attend the funernl, on Wednesday.
V 7'u0.,'Sl05k' fC?m nl" ,a,e residence, 2339
North ISth St. Renin fin mav t in -- -.--
So clock Tuesday evening. Interment at
West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
NUOENT. On Marrh 8, 101B. HANNvir
wife of William J. Nugent. rineVal on
Thursday, at K 30 n. m, from 41)28 RenS
at . West Philadelphia. Solemn Heo.uf.m
Mas at tho Church of Our Mother of KoS
Comcte?y. ' "' "' ,M'- St. Denis'
ItllOADS. Suddenly, on March 7, 1015 JO.
SKI'H R. UHOADS. Funeral services at
the Church of St. Asaph. Uala! pi on
Wednesdny. the 10th Inst., nt in 30 a" m
Inlennent prlvute. I'leaso omit flowers
ItlTTKNIIOUHE. On Saturday. March (I
1015, Major II. FRANKLIN R1TTE.NIIOUSE
aged 75 years. Funeral private, on Wednes.
day, from his residence, 1013 Lelper st
Frankford. Interment at Arlington Va'
riease omit flowers.
ItOSENIII.UM. On March 8, 1015. Dr JULI'q
ROSENULUM. Relatives and friends aro
Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Wednesdaj. at 2 p. m . from tho reslcenco
of his sister. Mrs. Joseph Simon, 2833 Mont
gomerv avc. Interment at Adath .leshurun
BCATTERCillOIl. On Third-Month oth lOlo"
BL1S5AUETII .8. SCATTERQOOD daughter
of tho lato William S. and Mary P Halloweli
and widow of Samuel s. Scattergood , aged
fcS ears. Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral services on rourth-dav
10th Inst., at 2 o'clock, from her late resl.
dence, 6300 Greene St., Germantown. Inter,
ment private. '
SCHAAL. At his residence, 1125 Callowhlll
st , on March 8. 1015, aEOHOE W.. his.
band of Amelia Schaat and eon of tho lata
Charles and Carolina Schaal rurther notlco
of tho funeral will be given
TKAHIC On March 7, 1015, JOHNTA
TRA8K. Funeral services at his late resi
dence, 1410 North 20th St.. on Thursday, at 2
p. m. Interment private. Trinity Churchyard,
Moorestown, N. J,
WELCH. On March 8, 1015. MARGARET,
widow of David Welch. Funeral services on
Thuraday, at 2 p, m.. at her lata residence,
4RSI Germantown ave.. aermantown Inter
ment Northwood Cemetery.
VOL8TENHOLME. On March 8, 1018,
MARY. wife of James Wolstenholme.
Funeral services on Wednesday, at 2 p. m.,
at her lata residence. ll3 Wlllard at. In
terment private, at North Cedar Hill Ceme
tery. WOOllS. On March 8. 1015, MAROARET
WOODS Funeral from the realdenca ot her
husband. Terrace Woods, Olaseboro, N. J
on Thursday, March 11. at 0 a. ni. Masa In
St, Bridget's II. C. Church. Olassboro, at 10
interment at uiassrjoro cemetery.
DAILY AND SUNDAY
THIS STYLE TYPE (or like tills)
One Insertion 15a per line
Three Insertions In o. week.... 12JJc per line
Seven conaocutlve Insertions... lOo per lino
Situations wanted, three Inser
tions In a week 10c per Una
THIS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
Permitted In nil classifications cci.ept Help
nd Situations Wanted, Lost nnd Found, Per
gonals, Hoarding and Rooms.
unf insertion -co per una
Three Insertions In a week l7We per line
Bevcn consecutive insertions,.. 15c per line
All rates are based on agate measurement,
14 agate lines to the Inch.
DEATH NOTlCES-elther paper
10 lines ono time 8n2
Three Insertions 51.00
In E,tccf December 1, ItH
for Insertion In both tho morning and evening
papers of samo day: v
Add four cents per Una net to rales given
HELP AND SITUATIONS WANTED
ADVERTISING IN THE PUBLIC LEDGER
MAY BE INSERTED IN THE EVENINO
LEDGER WITHOtlT ADDITIONAL
There is a drug store near your
home that will accept Ledger want
ads at office rates.
HELP WANTED MALE
CANVASSERS wanted; salary and commission.
Applv between 8 and 0 a. m., 432 Bansom st,
COLLECTOR Must furnish A-l referenco and
bond; Rlnte full particulars and salary ex-
peeled. Address s.1 ff.".', Ledger Office.
COPPERSMITHS, first clnss, with experience
on sheet metal work; ateady work and good
pny. IMvvnrd G. liudi! Manufacturing Cum
liany, 2.1th and Hunting 1'nrk nve.
JANITOR, experienced at cleaning electric ele
vator and steam heat; stato reference. Ad
dress M 118, Lodger Central.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
A FREE SERVICE TO LEDGER
, , ADVERTISERS
Bookkeepers, stenographers, clerks
avail yourrclves of this service at once.
Seo "Miss Dean." nt Lodger Central,
as Hlio Is constantly helping young
ladles secure satisfactory positions, ana
can undoubtedly help you.
DICTAPHONE OPERATOR, familiar with Un
derwood tpevvrlter. for sales office largo
manufacturing concern, stato age, education,
experience and sal, desire d. M 440. I.ed. Ce n t .
DRESSMAKER wants tall, stylish girl for
model. Apply Tuesday, before 0:30 or after
4 '30. 18U! Chestnut st.
MAN AND WIFE, white, at students' club to
do waiting and lako caro of rooms; no chil
dren; references required. A E!8 Ledger
MECHANICS and other high-grade men want
ed at tho Calabur office. Oth and Diamond
sts. Apply between 7 nnd 0, mornings ana
evonlnga. Only men of good appearance and
clean habits need apply.
PATTERN CLERIC Young man to take charge
of patterns for Jobbing foundry; must have
aomo experience. 1' 4U4, Ledger Office
1415 S. Jth st..
Phils., Pa., March 1, 1U15.
Dear Mr. Hunt,
Alow mo to thank sou for having secured
a position nfter being out of employment for
Tnn weeks ago I filed an application with
jou at Ledger Central and on Saturday I
was rewarded by receiving a position with
tho l'uiitip LtcnoEn, which holds forth good
opportunities for tho future.
Again thanking you and Lodger Central. I
am. ours sincerely,
(Signed) RODERT E. WARD.
SALESMAN Energetic live-wire wanted to
liandlo quick seller locally; experience not
necessary, commission only J7.Vt, Led. Cent.
SALESMEN-SEC MY AUVUUflgfiSiENT
IN PUBLIC LEDGER EVERY SUNDAY.
PARCEL POST PAGE S Wllbum Uowen.
distributer U. F. Goodrich Telephono Re
ceiver Cushion, 210 Parkway Bldg. Phone
THOROUGHLY experienced loung man for
steiiographlo and general offlco work, district
sales offlco largo manufacturing concern; ex
cellent oppor. for advancement to position of
salesman mmo pamry exp. w id,, i.eii. cent.
'rrtrrlll-.?alTr anti liVrnMi nnll.li.rn ...........
must be experienced on touchlng-up and
burning In fine mahogany cabinet work;
nhvslnil Axamlnatlon nccessarv Annlv vie.
tor Talking Machine Company, application
office, 25 Market at.. Camden. N. J.
FRENCH CHILDNURSE, speaking English;
etatu ago, rjf. and wages. M 447. Led. Cent.
GOOD homo and small recompense for settled
refined woman to attend Invalid partly para
lved: suhurhii; reference. A 12fi Ledger Off,
HOUSEWORK Elderly woman In family of
two; good home, small wages, reference.
15, Ix-dgcr Branch 1221 Delmont nve.
MAII) 'I comp. maids, wanted. Germ, pref.:
cook, $0; wait's, $5; laund's, 0, laund's to
do fhm. vk.; wait's to mend; perm, place;
sea'horo tn sum.; good ref. Ans. by lot. Mrs.
1. H. Dick, Norwood ave , Chestnut Hill.
OPERATORS. EXPERIENCED. TO WORK
ON MEN'S NECKWEAR: liEST OF
WAGES: STEADY WORK. 1401-3 S. 4TH.
Philadelphia. March 1. 1015.
llroad and Chestnut sts.,
Gentlemen Accent our thanks for assist
anco of our Ilrln Wanted Department In
filling position vie had open. Miss Dean's
personal attention saved us much time and
trouble In maklni; tho selection.
Youth try truly.
Tho Eagle White Lead Co .
(Signed) W. E. MASTON,
r Local Manager.
RELIABLE, well-recommended white woman
tor light housekeeping duties and as nurao
lor child ot 0. Mrs. A. K. White. Harrls-
lurg avc. wtuum i.ny.
SALESWOMEN-SEB MY ADVERTISEMENT
IN PUBLIC LEDOER EVERY SUNDAY.
PARCEL POST I'AOE S. Wllburn Uowen,
distributer II. F. Goodrich Telephone Re
ceiver Cushion, 210 Parkway Bldg. Phone
STRAW HAT RENOVATOR. Call all week.
WAlTREfaS-Competent white girl, with ref
erer.ee IUB N Broad at
WANTED A young lady to assist as maid in
dental office; 15 week; hours from 8:30 to 6,
Mft2l. Ledger Office.
WANTED Two girls; ono for cooking and
downstairs work, other as chambermaid and
waitress. Apply 4401 Pine st, before 12:30
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER Young, expert
enced, white Protestant; family ot two.
Phone Qtn. 2330 Tuesday, between 0 and 12.
HELP WANTED MALE
BRIGHT BOY, about 18 years of age for
clerical work; ona with some experience pre
ferred; state references and experience. Ad-
uresa tuj, tenser uiuco.
VERY GOOD opportunity for salesman who
can finance nimseir: nniy nign-grada men
need apply. A 111, Ledger Office.
WANTED Foreman for sheet metal and
copper work on open shop work; must
be able to obtain competent workmen.
Apply to Mr. D. L, Norrls, superinten
dent Wldener Bldg,, Juniper st. nnd
South Penn Square.
WANTED An active, educated man of busl
ness ability to represent the New Inter
national Encyclopaedia, new edition. In each
rounty: weekly salary, with commissions.
Wrlto Dodd, Mead & Co.,Porrynidg., Phlla.
WANTED Bond salesman familiar with cen
tral and western Pennsylvania; good oppor
tunity, experlenee and reference required.
1 ll.il, A.--lthV. . .,..
WANTED Several young men as Junior sales
men, must furnlBh Al references: salary and
eommlsMonAddrcss M 023, Ledger Office.
WATER RUBBER8 wanted: must have fac
tory experience on line cabinet work, furni
ture or pianos: physical examination neces
sary. Apply Victor Talking Machlno Com
pany, application office, 25 Market St., Cam
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
Are you Interested In helping the unemployed
liookkeper. stenographer nnd clerk?
If so. we ask jour co-operation with our
free Commercial Service Department at
I.EUOiR Central, where aro listed competent
experienced business women seeking positions.
Phone "Miss Dean." Walnut 3000, It you
have an opening to fill, This service Is free
to Luousb advertisers.
ASSISTANT In institution or helper In the
. Tln......... til T Alrm rttttn
llQIIiBi riuirBiam. . ""-. ..-, m..,..,.
CASHIER and bookkeeper wants position; good
reference. Addreaa M 450, Ledger Central,
CHAMBERMAID and waitress competent!
city reference. Phono Poplar 5080 W.
C1IAMBBRWORK Chamberwerk and waiting
or light housework wanted by an experienced
girl; reference. Call 2041 N. Bydnham at.
CHILDNURSE Intelligent young woman, ex-
perlenced; well recom'd. Q 257. Led. Cent.
CHILDNURSE-GIrl wants position. 131H N,
CLERICAL WORK of any kind; neat penman,'
willing to learn. O 48, Ledger Central.
COMPANION, American, r'mstras: good ref,
M. V.. 3107 West Penn b... Germantown.
COOK wants position In a refined private fam
ily; without washing! Atlantic City preferred)
niso nays vvorv. can ivo vv. Allegheny avo.
SITUATIONS WANTED 'PEMALE
COOK; best references. 2553 North Mascher
CQOK. permaj, irrelevant, mni; .cooking r,M
nownaTaiTi' wpiUf. n. f - .
COOK and chambermaid, white, wish Pos'llens
together. Call Room 230, Ledger umco.
. "T , -i Ult tlrnla
COOKING, housewora wpm"". ",!;'," ,--yivs
tent ulrli good ref. Telephone Walnut 7 1.1.
DHESSMAKBn. late filter In W,bl''1n,"Jf?J'
will engage by dayi only best work solicited.
t Ml, l.engcr icmim.
DltlS'SMAKEIt wishes ''m.f,n,,"by,3l,hM'i
nulck vv nikerjagood fitter. 1410 N. I3tn.
DRESSMAKER, competent, ylshss engage.
menUi ' .'0 Pr day. O 41. Lcdgor ranttai.
DRESSMAKER of New York : J .Ires '"f !
evening gowns specialty. Phone .ali4gjv
FIRST-CLASS COOK and n"fk"r'!;"tl,hlboy
vi esrs, wants rwjwinuii ' -
GIRL wishes position as maid with first-class
family I can "lo all kinds fancy ewlng. take
carejady'sjvardrobe. A 113,IdgeLOfTlce
GIRL wants downstairs work and cooking.
13 Mnplewood ave.,uermaniown
GIRL. Polish, vva'nts housework, speaks Eng
llsh. aou fieivcomn si., itc,vi"
(IIR'L, Polish, speaks German, wants house-
u'nnc. 111.11 CHTUKll rm ...w..."
GIRL, rollsh, spea'ks English, want" Keneral
nouseworK. lav nniioj""" .""j-"
GOOD COOK wishes position, private .family.
2000 Sliver st., above Lehigh ave. Reference.
Flense call. Protestant
GOVERNESS, visiting or resident, educnted
abroad, German, French, violin and piano n
speclnltyJa442, Ledger Central.
GOVERNESS German. English, refined, with
practical knowledge of music, wants position;
nesi reiercnces. i.iw ... "
GOVERNESS. German, exp. care and teaching
chlld'n : French, EngmualC;Ph.Walnut 8408.
HOUSEKEEPER." exp 7 les. pos. supervising
household, In care of motherless children. Call
or ndd. 4SUI ljoirmount av-. j-h. j... .-.
HOUSEWORK Young girl wishes position ;
good reference. 1217 South llucknell at.
LADY'S MAID Trained I:V,B11l"hT.0rm(BS'
young; best city reference. L 0,11, Ledgerorr,
NURSE wishes position to en re for Invalid,
lady or child, or companion to lady. Address
M 410, Ledger Central.
NURSE Relief work or elderly Person; beat of
reference. L. M. C. L"M N. 11th st.
NURSERY GOVERNESS North German
graduate In kindergarten; good needlewoman.
L. 033. Ledger Office. ,
pianist Will play to Invalids or any one
conflucd to the house; moderate rates. Ilelen
Rvlvesler. llaveriorn, -..
STENOGRAPHER Young lady, ambi
tious and very desirous to '"
position whero development Is PO'ble.
about a ear's experlenco In stenog
raphy and clerical work. O. 340,
nTFN'OGnAFnER Competent, conscientious
" TJorkeV desires position ; moderate salary ;
STENOGRAPHER, well educated, 4 years ex
perience; Al hill clerk, with knowledge of
STENOGRAPHER, expert; 4 years' experience
manufacturing and commercial- c apab . 1
acting as secretary. FJ)30,Ledger Central.
STE5COGRAPHER; "competent, experienced in
commercial and banking work. O 845, Led
ger Central. ; -j
STENOGRAPHER, expert In legal rk and
conveyancing; 4 veers' thorough experience,
capable, accurate, rapid. O 144, Ledger Cen.
HTrvonitAPHER and general offlco work; 3
Tear? experience. O T840, Ledger Central. .
STENOGRAPHER, some txp., S'bauShlS'
ni?MrfTitAPHEU. 3 years' exp., knowledge of
bl.O.O.'n'e;'ntiraiyi0C. O 248. Ledger CenL
STENOGifAPHER and assistant bookkeeper 3
5 ears' exp.; competent. G 158. Leager cent.
ffTFNrwmAPHER nnd bookkeeper desires eve
&0,qVr"nnv""lnd. G 25J, Led. Central.
-. . re' i j..- . Ill KrMn.
? i nurTufllly bright. C 1127. Ledger OCllce.
STENOG RAPIIl 5. c"PD'? fc,rfcentTnl
on uotaiis: hjuu. p'. - "- -
KTENOGRAPHER Neat, capable, accurate, 4
year? experience. O 440, Ledger Central.
WOMAN wants day's work or washing; rcfer
ence; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. 223
WOMAN wishes position as housekeeper. Rear
mi pptiiiii p.. " -
YOUNG LADY, experienced In clerical work;
fair typist. Q 758, LedgerContral.
ACCOUNTANT, with 0 years' experience In
charge of tho entire books of arlous compa
nies, wonts a similar permanent position,
rt n,Q t A.1..A,. PAnl.nl
ACCOUNTANT Thor. compt. to manage offlco
corrospondenco nnd credits; 12 yeara' cxperi-
.... Uai rararnnr,. CI IWI . T.ericrer Central.
ACCOUNTANT Keep, open, close books; opo-
Clal reports I . CI. tiox qo'i. i-iinuueipniu
ACCOUNTANT-BOOKKEEPER-Exp., age 28,
desires position: Al ref. G 458. Ledger Cent.
AUDITOR-Accountnnt, quallfled: will construct
system; conduct audit or Investigation; pro
pare bus. statements; books opened; written
up; bal'd; closed: expert service at minimum
cost. Address Auditor. P. O. Box 275, Phlla.
BOOKKEEPER-Capable. exp. offlco man de
sires position with reliable Arm: moderate
salary: best ref. G 510, Ledger Centrnl.
BOOKKEEPER and office man, experienced,
wantB position with advancement; moderata
salary to stnrt. a arj. Ledger central.
BOOKKEEPER, typist, 28; 10 years' exper,;
quick and ace; exc. refe. O 151, Led. Cent.
BOOKKEEPER Managing ability; thorough;
varied exp., clean char. Manager, 8111) N.luth.
CHAUFFEUR, alngle white man, 30, 4 years?
exp.: willing nnd obliging: understands car.
denlng; prom, city ref. tl C52. Ledger Cent.
CHAUFFEUR Single; make himself useful
genfa place- good ref. It. P., 2040 Sansom.
CHAUFFEUR White, married, exp.; do minor
rt-ti.i rei. .c.-.j-euen.uvv.ppring ave., Arnmorc.
CLERIC In office or store, or floor walker: can
como at once; best references. 1717 S, Hicks
COUPLE, with daughter 18, want pos , but
ter, j-ook, chambmd. Jjiuenroth, 838 N, 7th.
Do ypit require the services of a gentle
man with executive ability and vast experi
ence In these branches? Intend to aever a
JJ".ear association with the selling organ.
i!?.n.0'. a large machinery corporation.
I. 7JO Tails'.. P.iiIhI
ft'yfi1'?.. Lfflcency or production; mar-HfSfiP0'..1-
ytaT" exceptional experience and
qualifications; capable superintendent or fac
tory manager; references, q 751. Led. Cent.
ERRAND BOY; capable; good reference;
i2?m nn advancement: reference. L 033,
GARDENER, coachman, underatands duties on
gent's place; refs. 023 Glenbrooke ave.. Brn
GARDENER Single man, thoroughly under
standa care of gentleman's place; all stock;
- - -- . ". wisciuuiyo.
HOUSEMAN, colored, reference. New Jersey or
Pennsylvanla. waiter, butler. 1838 Balnbrldga.
JAPANESE wanta position, cook, butler, geni
eral housework: has 4 years' ref. rniil tioe.
rlence. Write Ax. 1312 N. 15th. "
J APA N ESB couple for small family: coo
butler; entire charge. O 740, ledger Central!
MALE, expert stenographer, desires position as
private secretary or stenographer: excellent
refs. furnished. Address M tB8. Ledger Office.
MAN. young, with B years' wide business exi
penenca from atenographer to city branch
manager of Urge concern; greater oppor
tunlty la my slogan. O 817. Ledger Central.
MAN. neat, refined, colored, wants poaltioh'7
Janitor, houseman or waiter; references, soil
MAN, young. ID, with 3 years' experience "IS
clerical work) knowledge of stenography:
araquavo or nun scnooi. ct eia. Ledger Cent.
1TLW UMn YtitU.17. ".t.i. ' . . 'ii,i ...-
. I "-. "" positions; wire.
lun'wiiu c"ui inii, umier ana nouitman:
references. V OAT Tf1ri- rnml T
MAN'aND WIFE, renn.,4 . rMi
cook: references o 853. tlS.;LlS
NEAT. HONEST, re.n., .... --Sjfti
butler nnd cook, or hmr.. ..""""l.iSl
, or week Phone roplaTsVai
SALESMAN, furniture nd"n,Hl
. erences furnished q 4j3, Ujf,rltl
S9"T," M"iSA!. ."PertTrl1!
. O 452. ledger central.
accurate young man, hJ fi
work will be appreciated, uM,VilSS
keeping. jO sin, Irfdgercen.r.f11!
STENOGRAPHER, clerk T,, -iSSl
exp, reliable; good ref O Jvjf'?nl
t,l nl rrri'n,.VaPJ Bn.7lkl
YOUNO MAN. 28!nflit.iI".ElM
YOUNO MAN, 28: ntlvni. J?X
character, ability, referent. ??-)
In another clt
O 010, iVlger Central,
;ii. hut i""c' nOtskjl
i.i.i. :t' r """" to tVvii.MH
u!liuv . vomo, hem ?- JHH
fits BTAwt-l SVl 1M I
YOUNG MAN. sic 25. rt..,..r- S
opportunity of advancement K5
ployed In stock brokerage busfnii?1
f npAik. ,.rMn,. r .,. .ln'S W.
"J ':'-' ,"-"""ZJ: ''i Leaner Krm
YOUNO MAN. no-iTTir y.-.-.ri-JMl
clerk; refs. 8. Wllklnskr. neVtfii
YOUNG MAN. 27. elerk.linowLin-l
Ing; can operate typewriter, n im rim
has first-class cooks, chambmVJf I
resses, parlormaids, nurses, KSvl
men, etc.: all references iuin,,4
U nt., b T-n.i nan BUanintM.Jl
MISS HARKINS, 2002 BaTnbriSrll
o'clock) waltres-es, cooks. Inf .JSI
eral vac.; 2 maids together; VaSFJ
I Can. 1 UVJs
inv a nfw a i i i 1 '
opened 'for all kinds of fltst.?li'J."l'
LUDLOW ST. PRESTON .titlr"'
v.uciivr., riuiiiucr os. KitcnenmiHiTvr
etc. Bird's Emp. RureauTinji i Vg1
WORK NEEDED OnifwrV-
As a partial contribution toThTtS
li. being so ably carried on by ih 5L!
Aid Committee, Society for OtxiJiltiS'5
nnd Juvenile Workers' Bureau7lB iSl0
ployment for needy, deserving nin "KSs
the rusuo LewiKB and Evsxtxo lvi
these columns to tho free use of tS?
ment Branch of these organttatiool. 2
Here you will find listed from ..t
brief stories ot specific cases thit v.
investigated by them nnd fSuni i, t
and particularly urgent ones. Thstinw,
are out of emp oyment threuth iT
their own. AppUcatlons frorn T drinker.
competent or untrustworthy Inalr Si?
recommended by tho organization, hi.1
vlded for by he Immedlitt n&&
Emp oyers seek nor rnllnhi. .t..S.K?
and women can. therefore, envSm S
Mill, wwincii iiHLirii wun vne nssuranuiv.
aro helping dcBcrvIng workers VhJlE1
. w.... iu ,.v.ii lilL'IllBeiVeS. TCtVa
wont charity. They want and moitii!
mediate employment will you miffi
Trim n fA nf it,.. u. -. .WWII
w i ut L11COC) Wild Clin III IBln Vim.
great problem will b quickly MlTfrSi
n'uSb'er. TO CASna lnr "W.
THOSE MARKED "E. A." F0nw;
FRR TO THE EMERGENCY AD ffi
TEE. LINCOLN BUILDING MEVll
"S. O. C." TO THE SOCIETY tYlnm.J
IZINO CHARITY, AND u1
"J. W. B." TO THE JUVEVlti'SJ
w. ..... .vm 1.1-11 HTHEgl.
ALL-AROUND BOY, 15 EAnsoiJvii
takn inv Ulnrl flf wr.,b h -- -"."l
support hi.f family. s. O. C. mW
62 W. Chelten ave.'.
AIITn.lnlill T- i,t nnn
.,m . . 4 - .fi1',".wl UJ LAflOH
iii iuku unyininK no tan tto4v,l
references, hoe six children, thj oMejtnl
viie youuKcsv monins. S. O. CuiXti
(Powellon District. 4018 Powelton tnlal
AUTOMOBILE MErilANIl- "irVSTrJ
11 yenro' experlenco, thoroughly urtoal
carburetors and magnetos; has hid ,M
for four months, has a wife ana ttutuVbl
R. O r TJn 11K fk'Ak.... r.... -fj
? T'.r '.'. "" """re"k "1K..JHI1
"""' "' 1
BAKER HERE IS A GOOD MAN. Hfcl
wi "i riiiiiiuj iiiciiL Lnrougn no naj g m
....... ,,9 ,.ua ,,..w iiituicit uppcnaicrai
for support and has been nut At ,A J
long time; his former employers nr Ll
honest, sober and a good worbssn uil
uvovrviiia; ol coriBiueniiion. t;. a. S174.C 1
BAKRIunnriAn nTr-n jiv vrtWvl
whose last employer rays he tristteal
honest nnd reliable and In two tnil
never late ono dnv. He las been tuttii9
8 months. Has 0 children-olden 11 jM
Istrlct. S O. C. 14'IU North Msrstuh
BAKER-35 YEARS OLD. 'VVllO 1IA8 W!
ed for three vears In one plac anapred
for flvo years In another place; vtrTrwB
erenres: has been out ot work no fa M
monins. . u. i;., cut. tnortneut rta.1
N. Hovvrrd st.) 1
BAKER'S HELPER. 25 YEARS OLnirl
ored: very good references: wllHaiil
in L-uii BtL iu Hupiiuri ma wiie snainxai,
S. O. C , 1114 (Powelton District. Mint.
BLACKSMITH'S HELPER AND IB
sons who can do laboring work: vQi
anything they can get to do; all tout!!
r.avo excellent reierences, more trtitrci
dren of school ago In this family. 8,'O.C,
uis. tvvoooianu mat., izjz b. 4ita tt)i
BLACKSMITH A GERMAN. 33 YEAJit
.naa oecn out or work plx montni: Mil
and one email child dependent on him. Ita
Dirt.. B. O. C. 021. 338 S. Lawrtnrtlt).
BLACKSMITH AND LOCKSMITH -
man la a German and sneaks no Eoill&i
his employer states that he Is a trial
workman, u. a, j-. att
BLACKSMITH, THOROUGHLY HH
enced on wagon work, with good t&m
has two children and needs a Job kftG&I.
ULAlKSMlTII'R HKI.l'KR. 45. GOOD t
crcnccs, has had no steady wprklfel
nionths; has a wtfo and children depes&l
him. S. O. a. 733. (Spring Garoeo Dlftfl
O. C 18::2 Hrandywlnu st.) 1
nr.lflfaMiTli'o lTr-i.TiT7n9 TEAEsS
nHA flpm ,. I.l.k ........ M.A...4 hln, hftVrS
V.. D llllll, t,,lii;i, ICVUililllW.Ua.ulw "".
vestigatlon shows man to ba badly ajl
new, e. a., inn.
BLUE PRINT WORK
elector. ;i.i vears old
excellent references. S.
land District. 1212 S.
1; u years wuj II
a. o. c, nosvjj
47th st.) -
BOILERMAKEU AND MACHINUU
fnnil mfareni-eM haa been outofVOTK-
rronths; has a wlfo and 4 children &P?
on nim, a. o. c, tss. tLastero wuirev
C. 338 S. Lawrence st.)
DOILERMAKER AMERICAN. ,
old. with good refcrencts: ttli m'
widower wno Is trvlnir to taxectrrHii
email children. S O. C. 03. lOfft
I- w .
iKULER.MAKER'8 HELPLH-MAN C
with II Hmnll rhltHren deoendent 674'
will take uny kind of work he e I,
of tha children Is ill In the hoipllil W
baby Is 111 at home. Excellent t'ttrn,i
C. 588 (Northern District. 8. 0. C.
Knrth MarEhnll street.) !
BOOKKEEPER TIIOROUOHLT IS
anced man. with excellent refarM
last employer, who laid him off off
ot business. Is a sober and stW "
E- A. 2ud.
BOOKKEEPER AND OFriCH )t&
man has been tn this line of orl
number of yeara and Is a too3.",
office man; Is also a stenographer; tu
lent references, is. A. ii-u.
i - -- - - -.-.-. . ... .......... .. tnici.ui, iHw. AjQuavr vycnvnii, i unity street.)
NO. 61 ASTHMA SIMPSON, THE VILLAGE QUEENLUKE WAS AT LEAST SMART ENOUGH TO GET THAT "EVEN YOU" BUSINESS!!!
i ,--. rN w : : i . i
iinv in.vnAn.or.n UOYTvVlIU
lent references; has been out of u
ter: ha la tho only wage earner In a aj
7 children: thu youngest a baby, a, "Sgl
he wants a rhanca to help support rgT
ana Bisiera kuu iita a """"'.." nh n
with them. S. O. O, tUJ. (Powelwo PSy
a-owaiion a.vtt. ,.TM
WOYl 16 YEARB. j6TRONU. A$ZM
American boy, will do any la'S
help support an aged grandfatneri lf:M
ueaa ana ne ana sister v.u ':' il
some months; has worked oa K !E1
tv . vmknd nil, TB TIIR OSL.
port of a widowed mother. tSl
Istera. lie has worked In . reP?. 'SS1
will take any kind ot work ha ",'
C. 60J. (Frankford District, B. al
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