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tM" Xlc wage f n 1 wYVtCMiU
r &'&&& .o... rator Prlv nle .branch tire-
-.,,!m'tf nocrator, private bransji pre-
. In nrtiato families, ", " ""
l&r n,r fine .mending' and shirtwaist
iW.'lt!B Nottli t. .
r. t.uvY deslrci poH!n s n"lr'i
ii i..i.ikM tint-Ann rnn
. Lodger" II""""0 " .'. C"S fi eYnerienoed
S.!n lISSKS-' houmen." nlcte. cooks.
Billiwrt. 51,,n'i,n,!(, to Ledgor.Artvertlscrs.
IPm JWO Suite SHI-SHI Lodger lu" ""'
KiniMtiitit sis '
rltttftf AM and hooUUeeper-ohenvi I ledge r.
AWiKE,a counts, also costs nnd financial
'"S3 .in i ret, H, a", euger. ."
AOT-Vt manager., credit, collect,
?,. t.ires position. 11 mo, o, -ui.
X,rAtn- -Keep. open,, close book: ape
iCC?ViSJr 1' o! boA3S-. Philadelphia.
T-mstiK or office assistant wants sltua-
!. Addrtss It 45!I-edjter.i;emrni.
i kxf ppKlt. double entrs', , cashier or
LSFE' trustworthy. Industrious! wltlr ITi
6 fSJlVw JK iexp. II OS. Ledger Cent.
FsSWwFi l'LR and accountant, married, 10
r"2f .id In office work; paBt d months with
C P. A-Left reference, n uiu.. i.cu. ciii
I'XttifJ advancement, 11 ill. Leaner wtura..
mokKEErER and stenographer IB, deslros
r .niin for geneini wiko numi - ,v..-
k -Sis?. IHU. Ledocr Ccntrnl. .
2fikKEBlTM and cashier) nged 21; -I yenra'
Cl?.tSii: reference! moderate salary. 11 ti3.
VT.Vr ' renfral.
SnnpcKEEl'KIl. somo knowlcflRo or sicnog
i2S,K o Bit. Jxiaer Central.
KSXvftcKKPRtt. nccountnnt! thorouitlily cx
WCediALrcfercneelLlCa Ledger Cent.
JnniCEUrEm. clerk, s yra,' exn,! rell.iblo
MMbllri rcf. I c;,T. LcdKor Central.
ffeoKKCBl-KIl drslrea noltlpn! best refer
"Kiiy.V II 1W, Idae.rCqnlral,
BUSINESS MAN, cnnablo. cnerKollc wldn
Bixpeilence, hlahest rc;cronces, scelta aultnbln
(ntinictlon! lIlorouKllljr cuiiiuuivtii. ii. "'
Sfflimmcnt. buylnc corrospondenco, credits.
Q9S1JUderCentrali . . .
, FwCUFKKUlt. mechanic, 0 years" oxpcrlcnco
Slb.r rtllabloi'ronno,. Now Jersey llccnso.
yr.m i-aciut A"wjyi t!
7. . lltHiril 11.111 IIIIICIWI.I IjJ'. I1II1L. VTIIIB IL'l'
HAUrr ..,,-., BintTlA innnhnntn: tenntvn
irrnce M chaurteuri alnglo: mocnamoi Known
,ah ini cnuniiv. 41 lun .uu,l. ,....., . ,
HAJFEUlt ainglo; iuanu imn.cifc usc.u,
lnflr.' ... -., e If n .Jim! anttunm.
tffill Diatnj f. .-. --. " .--" -
rMtlTFFr.UIt. white, experienced driver. m
ekinle: 8 yrs.' rcf. R. N. H, 31311 Hombcrgcr.
Ff55iXECTOIt, 40. good appearance, tenipernto,
R, mttly own l""'d- ' -M' Ledger Central.
TO? expert refs rbonaiA US. LcdVbft:
rLECTHlUIAW wnm.i wom, wiruiK uiuluib,
nshtt. repairs, etc. Phono Tioga 7i.'j8 A.
lNaiNfcUlt Einclency or production; mar
. .t.4 no 12 ears exceptional oxpcrlenco and
-- euttlllcatlons; capablo suporlntcudent or fnc-
ttt torymaaager; references, u tji. l.en. upni.
iAItDKNEIt and rarmcr, many years oxperi
tnre! thoroughly competent to hnndlo all do
tUls: married, honest, sober; best of rof-
Crtuces. j , aav wfc.n,a.
PllOTEb MAJAQUIl, younp, widely expert-
ud percentage. II 247, Lodger Ccntrnl.
feAN, oung, mnrrled, 2, yoars old, dcstiTs
Miitlon: sales or estimating dent.: Binall
'L.concern: experienced; refs. H 02, led. Cent.
1. 1 . . . -nr. TV r
If In and wife, ivhlto. I'roteatantH: wlfo cook:
JrirtQ, gardener, lioracs & cows general. pe-
IBi; DfSi. reicrciites, j uj, xjciikt uirue.
MAN AND WIPI5 lst-claea; man understnnds
All worK. iiorsos, cows, nuio, ; good nouso
roan; wlfo lst-clnss cook. &Q00 Inncaatcr nvc.
VAN', 27 years, desires position any It hid; best
reference. 11 zw, ix;QKor ucntrai.
K,runcirASiNO agent on business moil
TQorougniy experienced man open ror cn
tsgement; familiar with praotlcally all bup-
Rr, ply lines, it ii., imager ucntini.
,. l(r.i.tAOUL, EicnoKrapiicr, youn man, i years
m siperience. n in, i.cager ucnirni.
E ItEPHBSENTATIVE. calling on drug stores.
will consider good side lino; enn produce re
sults, II 260, Ledger Central,
SALESMAN Aggrcsslvo young man: oxp. In
i'upf., criuiis, collections. 11 ,n-', l.ea. lent.
'BECftETAItY, stenographer, arount., off.
. ronnag r; vast msnng. oxper. it ;w4,i.ea. tent.
'KTECOClllAPHlTll Thnmnr'lil.f rnmn.liint ti.l
" accurals ouug man, vhoro application to
ttonc win oe appreciated: understands uooK
kteplng. a 840, Ledger Central.
fSTENOareAPJIEH, bright, competent, reliable;
fnoROUGIILY c-cporlenced-bookkeeper will
, p books In rpnro time; moderate terms;
.re(ence. n 210. Lcdgor Central.
.'TO0NO MAN. 21, of'good education and ex-
r F'1."1ee. desires clerical position where
-f.., mu iuiuiivu, VUI1 lUrillBII lillb-I.UliU
reference. 11 232. Ledger Central.
-Pi''? .MA N, rlrong and willing worker, nge
. A 1.12. Ledger
K lOUKQ MAN, of 21, with 4 jrs.' business exp.
,4 vicncai ann executive capacities; pest
references. O 050. Ledger Central.
crnduntA nt hlph .ehnnt.
ambitious; knowledge of clo'lcal work;
n 1.1.. Laager cenirai.
ttOUNU MAN. 10. with venra Avn In l.rl.-nl
gtt'wirx! knowledge of stenography; graduate of
jejuni school, o 848, Lodger Central.
i r 1 Vi MAN, refined nnd educated, vlsiies
kr-i ' "" worK, win go anywnero. 11 -10,
t-TOUNG MAN. in. With f VAMP.' nvt. In l.rl.
lV0I't nowlodge of stenography: graduato
I'M high BChool. G 8 IS. Ledcer Central.
P'T2HK.0iS,AN' aKed " would llko position. In
,r "..' ,.m i. i mi, aiikui tr,i,rai.
, V, . ..-I -.!. -.-..
imsrrled! employ, urcent. a IVIT. Led. Cont.
i fJWJJP MAN would llko position In hotel.
. , Ledger Central.
TOtrNO GERMAN couple wish farm work;
;-. experlejced. 233 Parrlsh st,
i'Sffi RUPLOYMBNT AGENCY, 4010
p-LUDLOW ST. PRESTON 0448.
WORK NEEDED QUICKLY
A. . narttnt ,..., , .. , ....,.
r?n , tS? "0 ?bly carried on by the Emergency
'snd J2Ii'iU,A Society for OrganUlng Charity
tlovm. "" Workers' Bureau, In securing em.
K. ih ': .w. .ir.uy, utr.erving men ana women,
thJ..?.n7.LB''a,!1,ani1 Evenino L-rxiisn open
Bnt if... i! " ine iree uae or 1110 employ
BPot Branch of these organizations.
tViii .tX .u w' nni ''s'ea from day to day
Ist.tH.?'? ' BPeelflo eases that have been
id tfi!iVldi bF tnem nd found to bo worthy
RiS? EM5tlc,ilar'Ir H'ent ones. The persons listed
tthiir nc eninloyment through no fault of
I cmmiSJ' Applications from drinkers nnd in.
r.i.nmVr- r"lual"urlu uiuiviuuam are not
lK".,lJsil by the organizations, but are pro-
l&nln..5. w ?" Immediate Relief DUislon.
Sim ynn"k,ne.re"al,1- experienced men
sii ir "ii""i iiiererore, employ tne men
ir? Mten llitei1 wl'n h ossuranee that they
.SrsVen.J5 deserving workers who only art
nt ihJSfS t0JelP themselves. They do not
:aJ3tatl!yl They want " must have 1m.
'0 a e. "l?loment. Will you create a Job
lollf,ot ."i1"8 who can fit Into your or.
IT,it iKSi-J' n?1 w" . d? VOT share, this
' RiL.n . ' "" quicKiy soivea,
EM. 'TO CASES llv Lriiq and
$K Tn trASllD E- A." FORWARD OF.
Si! fQ THE lur.nnpvcv nn I-nuuiT.
PBPAfV'r.li! UOILDING, MEN'S WORK
3iS' BITVlT?..'3'ilE JUVENILE WOnK.
KSi S"JIEAU, 1501 ARCH STREET.
KrwSirrV JK52'?:. L JSA -' "&
Itnonlri' iSm BQWK 5ucJ.,w' children de
llrlt"L' "i? ". S. O, C. 730. (Eastern DU,
fTXnrftkZ; -"?- """'n Lawrence st.)
i months i wit -W "w ur nui a oi
Ifagssi. noss: i1 j." v,.v-,"-,"n- " "'
gent of work b .ii-.. kuuu.V. I.KFBRENCE8.
San .:f r.orr" fl. months, wl I take anvthlhe h.
kV-ji."a-c .WS,,.A K?.5.W. nch!i'
Si. Whaetdn si ;) ' r.i. o. v.
l-AUOnER l-V.Tn. r r
E Pttr ei..Jll.n. . "" " UNS EM.
latVi 1 i. . ''",, fenos; no work for d
HSP.EK-WAB A CrtATf-nD .
SSL" -4: ffifiiBftE:
SitfJua Vila tf'asd ,t)No- T8T- SoutK
hln1"?." ,&rAN WITH WIFE
Jl. ,1,., 1 . . ',jw- .IW4U
S,,., it-vlas mn. honest .ml iir.
MAN WILL DO Alr-ClHOWf
us 1 and bbu chlldt.o 1 MMPrt.
jrsed for t lire 1 . W fi
. ttirti (Jtjoii jti;jeiMjSccB is
1- -iPl;t M ir d llv
' ' .Vo uau usioisjm; Dug,,
WOBK NEEDED QUICKLY
Ti'nJlltA'V"0 M'sTe'oMlicaHoa on
fl21nii2n ?'y Ambrr. M piren nnrl hoto
tJecjMtl!jndiiiJuatitanJiit-cachetl . qutckrv,
LAHORE!! -AN ITALIAN, WITH GOOD
-references, has been out of work o months.
P.-..?.-. c' 70 (Southeast Dlat., MO Wharton
t,AJ!!JSirtiff.'RD'luv,'" ooon hr.
!,?."". fill take anything ho can get to da
to support hi four children 8. O. C., No. 90.
Southwest District, lain a 22d at,)
LAttonnn, 4K yea its or1 aoe, rourt ciul.
--..Lon' employed for Iff jeara with one ron
r?.rJ!l.5h?. tIllM..h.0 t,e not drink and la a
nusticr rj A. "Hi,
tATiir.rt--iiAa aooo itF.FniiFNrKq; rott.
iner ctnplover would give him work If bo had
Lt-.f0.r lll,m' ,1'1? .t"n . "f work nil winter:
t?J ?.tV,fS, nd two email children. 8. O. c!
ilo. (Woodland tilstrlct, S. O. c, 12H3 S. 4;tii
ii .n n;.M(s OLD. WITH VF.Tlt
'"illF"1 ,3rt .vnAns, old, vnttY good
''ATHRn'ff i:Mnn-anoi) itEricitrNrns
trlct!'iR &il&S D'I'oltonJJl--
LBATlIRn COniltMH-HAS WOltKBU O.V
Bole leather! worked in last place for two
jcarai will mk to do any kind of work s. O
?," . Nov M- (Northeast District, Z14u N
LicENsr.D r.r.nvAToit oiT.nATon - has
Bopd references for character und ork. Ha
lA H18 iSy man for the Job ou liavs open"
L. A., Zio.
LltlllT WOtXK roil TtmcTtCULOSIS MAN-
If l. wit. u.be7cu.o,l.' WV f"nnrn,1l'Cno'nfl1
tton la so dcsnrrateihat he will attempt llRht
wotk' mother unable to leivo home beoaun
of an infant. 0 montha old! will dq laundry
work at hornai eldest bov. 1,1 years old, wants
work as ajjeloer onn wagon, j, w. n. SSI.
LINEMAN AND m.ncTni'oiAN YOUNO
and energetic man, nho has been out of work
for B months, Is willing to take anythlnc n
can net to do. He has 8 small children, and
whtlo he has been out of uoik his wlfa has
roiio out to work by tho dny. , she Is now ill,
8- O- C. r.ni. (Nlcetown nnd. Tioga District, tl
o. C Clarissa street and Hunting Park ave
LONClSUOItUMAN OU LADOIIEII HAg
worked In tannery nnd soap factory, energetic
rollsh man; will tnkn anything ho can get to
do to support his wife and a children: his wlfa
hftB been doing washing to try to earn tho llv
Ing. H. O. C, 701. (Southeast District, S. O. C,
630 Wharton si.)
LONOSiioifuMAN on LAiioncn. wTfii
good relercnces. family of 12 have been de
pendent on earnings of 10-year-old boy; her
health la now broken from overwork: this
man will take nnvthlng ho can get to do to
upnort hla family, s. O. C. 712 (Southeast
iii-,.. iv,u ,11 nriDn ..!.
L.NUHIIOltK.MAN AND DIllVKIl-MAN HAS
Decn out ox worK 4 inonins ana will taka
anything ho can got to do. Has a wlfa and
small baby depandent upon him. S. O. C. Ml 7.
Eastern District, S. O. C, 333 South Lawrence
LONOHHOnEMAN, 2 YEARS OLD, BTIIONO
and steady; mnn of good character: will tak
ncy kind or work ho can got to support his i
children. S. O. C, 1112. (Southeast District,
LONaSHOItEMAN-2S, POLISH, WITH GOOD
references: will tnko anything he can get to
do to support his wlfa and four small children.
8. O. C., No. 077. (Southeast District, 6JU
MACHINE WOODWOIIKEH-30 YDAH8 OLD:
uver 10 years In one place; excellent rofer
ences; no Ptcady employment (or three months;
ban n wlfo end flo children, b. O. C. No
.SO. (Northwest District, ' 14U N. Howard st.)
MACHINIST FUUMCIt E3I1IX)YER SAYS:
'Hate known tho man many years and have
tho utmost confidence In his nonesty, sobriety
and general character. It docs not seem as It
ho deserves tho hird knocks that have been
his lot." E A., 222.
MAOIIlNIHT-MAN, 27 YEAIIS OLD, HUN-"
garlan, who Bpeaka Englleh: haa a cry good
w-ork reterenco from last emploer. Has 5 1 1.11.
dren dependent on him. S. O. C, COL (Easto
District, S. O. C, 33S South Lnwronfo street.)
MACHINIST'S HKLPEIt MAN HAS WORK.'
ed 8 years In one pluco. Whllo hu has been
out of employment, his wlfo has been sewlnp
to help support their 3 children, S O. C, 5M).
(Northern District, S. U. C 1430 North
MACHINIST MAN HAS WORKED U
years In one place and has been out of work
4 months, lie will tnko uny kind of work h
can cot. S. O. C, 007. (Northeast District,
S. O. C 2310 North Howard street.)
MACHINIST SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
erecting shop lost position through buslnc-
depression; good references; has a wife an I
six children. P. O. c. No. 1147. (Woodland
District. ;:.- a 4, in st.)
MACHINIST. SSI YEARS OLD. GOOD IlKI."
orences; has had only odd Jobs alt winter.
S. O. C, 1117. (Powelton DIstrkt, 401S Pow
MACHINIST, 32 YEAI13 OLD. EXCWCl KNT
references: served four years In tho U. 3
Marines and has an houoniblo discharge; has
a wlfo and three children. S. O C. 703
(Woodland District, 12.12 H.471hat.).
MACHINIST-EMPLOYED FOR FIVE YEARS
by a traction company, who say that he Is
thoroughly reliable and competent; ho is mar
ried and Is In need 13. A., Slid.
MACHINIST'S HELPER Has worked In one
place for seven years. His employer says
he Is "willing, sober and Industrious." A wife
and seven children are dependent on him.
He hns been out of work nearly all winter
and lias had a great deal of Illness In his
family during that time. S. O. C, No. 6(H).
(Northern District. H3 .v. Jiarsnau st.)
MACHINIST'S HELPER MAN. THOROUGH,
ly familiar with work about automobiles; has
very good work references. Has been out of
work all winter. Six children under 13, the
youngest 4 months old, are dependent upon
him. 8. O. C. 010. (Powelton District, S. O.
C. 4018 Powelton avenue.)
MACHINST-S HELPER-HAS WORKED 14
years In ono place, and will tako anything he
run get to do: a family of small children Is
dependent on him. S. O C, 033, (Powelton
I'l't . 4"I8 PoWHlton qyo.)
MAN OF WORK, ITALIAN. HAS KAMI I V
of seven children: boy of 14 In family; good
bright boy; could make himself very useful
around a store; father Is a laborer; would bs
willing to do any kind of work. J. W. 11.,
MAN. JEWISH, 45 YEARS OLD, OUT OF
work 4 montha. One boy working In family
of eight. Wife Is HI, but has not asked for
any help. Neighbors told Investigator that her
Illness Is due to worrlment and lack of nour
lehment. A most deserving case. J. W. P.. 602.
MAN. HAS BEEN HUCKSTER, OUT OP
work two months; T children, all under work
ing age. Two oldest boys, 12 and 13, soli
papers. Family are about to be evicted for
nopayment of rent. J. W. B.. 887.
MAN-05 YEARS OLD. ABLE BODIED. WAS
a puddlct in rolling mill for 35 years: mill
has now gone out of business: will do any
kind of work. S. O C No. 1150. (Northeast
Dlstrlct.2310 N. Howard st.)
MAN, JEWISH, TAILOR, OUT OF WORK S
months: 4 children, only one of working age,
a boy, who will also do any kind of work.
J. W. B 801.
MAN OF 14 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, ASSIST-
ant to expert meclutnlo on repair work; out
or work 12 months. Thiee children, wife III.
Urgent ease. J. W II , 020
MEAT CUTTER. WITH SPLENDID REV":
erences. seeking work to support his sick
wlfa and crippled daughter, S. O. C, 701
(l'owelton DUt., 4018 1'uwelton aye.).
MKCHANIC HAS WORKED FOR THE LAHT
four years In one place; will takt a iv kind
of work ho can get 10 support his wlfo and
four small children. He has been out of work
Ave nonllis and his wife did sewing as Ions as
she was able to to support the family. 8. O.
C. No. DOS. (Nlcetown and Tioga District.
Itanlllig t'OTK se. nnn i lantw n.i
MECHANIC, 31 YEARS OLD. 11 YEARS IN
one place; good referneces; has a wife and 3
small children dependent on him. S, O. C. 754,
(Northern District, S. O, C, 1133 North Mar.
F.CHANIO. 41 YEARS OLD: VERY GOOD
references: will takeany kind of laboring
work ho can gelt has had no employment for
a yrar: has u wlfo and two small children.
8. O. C-. 170 iWoodland Dliulct. 1.J2 S ilm
no work since August: very good references:
his wife will take sewing or anvthlng she
tan get to do ot home. S. O. C. 700 (Wood-
I and District, j,. E7. i.i, n.i,
LL ... no ' . .twnini XT
MECHAN1C-38. AMERICAN. WITH GOOD
refarenccs! will do anyth ng he t4n get to
do Has been out of work all winter. 3 O. 0
No in. (Woodlsnd District. 1232 S. 47th st. "
ETeCHANIC, 35 YEARS OLD. 20 YEARS'
experience, has naa no work lor u months;
has a wife and 3 children. S. O, C, 75T. (East-
.rn District. S.0 C, 338 B. Lawrence st.)
MBCIlANIC, WITH GOOD REFERENCES;
formerly worked In a laundry; haa a wife,
and 3 children. S. O. C. 1101. (Southwest DIs.
trlct. 1310 B. 22d st.)
A YOUNO WIDOW WOUI-D LIKE TO DO
oftlce cleaning to help support her child
e tS timulhajut nl.trlet. 1318 B. ISA .t
cikWoiAte' biPPfen and PAckBri.-ia.
year-eld gill; gooajefejences; his had uo
work for 3 months; she and a brother, who la
out of work am the support of a Urge family,
b. o. Q , 1101. iWoodland District. 12B3 b.
itn st. i
ngoKKKBJ'ER AND CASHIER 7 WOMAN
vvanis posuioo; s "" .uv'uivep.i i"'
elry dnu fur Mvaral years . aim is highly rae-
emmsnmd by tnsro: wouia (jreier u, pari-aay
ltlcu. E. A. 3
r.Ai rurirri WOAN. BO
v-v-...-f . ------ -- -------.y. -.v-.
wished days worn; gow rwereoees. b. o.
, 1110. (Northeru JJIstrletT !! N. Mr-
UaVs w6ftit-ima wsh woMAN437vvTfj.
good reference would, Uk to fp; out to
wvtm vy -iS .':'. tr . " t- vena
DAY'S! WORK OR CLEAN1NO COLORED
widow, with good freuces. U saektBg work
t esdii- ana v"-!". "7rlrr woo are.
TtJ2 DSiiEtTo. C-. Huntlagark av " aid
OAVS WORK - MIDDIJB aukp WOI4AM
ullli Sk4 iJW.i- uW Il.e work t iu
dy or cleaning; Ltytog to wovUle tor bit
crippled husbaad. 8 O. C. Tig. (3eirlgv Oarvfin
Dlsttfct a. O. c , AMS IiaoiyB Wi
EVENING LEDflER-PHILAPBLPHIA. FBI DAY, MARCH 12, 1915.
WORK REEDED QUICKLY
incitHerdy (nrflvfrfuan may be reaehtAjiuMelv.
UAX?.WmK (CLKANINll Oil LAUNDItr)!
hed.r,fIfnP"i ,wli0WJ wo"' llko work (o
neip aupport her 3 eh dren 8 o c fim.
Ilwcltonjuistrlct. ls ""welton aveCj'
Ei5Vu.ftTIC. 'or.isii womanT "wiio HAB
Iell5eii,r. ,i'!?n,,fWjn ono of ho Urge, ho
work ihJ.l1.cif' w,"lcao.nn '"nd f cloanlng
!! "afif'tW" s- c No- 631. (South
east l)lt Mo Wharton street.)
1Iill".'T.n Wr-AVKIl-THIS WOMAlTIiAS
.IJ'' tc I srtport; hs"hid "IS
tl.riftmas. !. o, ( v iiioi
I'iMrlrt. 2110 ft. iioUr.I?t)
",n-u ,,, rnrs in nno llnre: ha. Ihrea
T,Ahii!!!I15B?.iv,t,0JvrATo sVrrortT a
,"?,,,.L ..iin'f wnrK dy ine nay. K. A. no-i
1... ii1 ,'.l'Jl',.''tinient r In nrlnte families;
J?.. '2 JliU"" hcr luhter. who la In dell
j'nvT""!. 8', cm No W. Nlcr,town
anjTjoB, ltuntliig Park nve. and Clarissa St.)
MIDULK-AUni) ITALIAN WOMAN: VKIIY
li'Pkl' eprnrrtent dressmaker on children'!
clotnee: must have i help soon; this la an urgent
rung, j. y. ij, 1K)7,
M2IJJC". ANU TWO HAUOIITEn8 WANT
i.?..t,t: .father of family recently deserted,
leaving tho mother. with S children! all aro
"'" j"e younnesi ! monuia old! mother ann
two eldest daughters, .1(1 nnd 14 years old.
nam any kind of work nl onrn n linm.te.s
voung woman, 20 sears, old. being carod for
In this family also seeks rmnlovmcnt: alncs
desertion, motl er has been doing laundry work
j v 11' R?7 onger noia to gel it.
I'Ooit woman, wi bow," TTviNO i5?
aoutheaat Bectlon of tho city, wishes laundry
work to do nl home; has four rhlldren, on
working after several weeks of Idleness; boy of
13 In tho family needs poslton; would mako
good errand boy: has worked In furntturo
rncinry: ramiiy lmcny in need or Clothing! girl
of IT, boy of 15; girls 8 nnd 10; urgent case.
sowing so that she can support her three
small children. S O. C. "us. (l'owelton Dis
trict. 4018 l'owelton ae.)
BWEfilPIt WOMAN. UESEIlTrfD UY HER
. husband, Is seeking day's work to support
her child. 8. O. C, No. 7tS. (Powelton DIs-
trlct, 4018 Powelton qvc.)
Tina womanHias woiiiTiiD 13 YK.Mta iT)
ono nlaee; has !t children to support: has had
no work slnco Christmas. S. O. C 740. (North
east District R.O. C, 2340 North Howard St.)
TYIMST-aiW,. 21" YEAruTol.t)," WILL'TAKIS
offlco work of any kind, quick, bright and
energeilc. with good references. H. O. i' 1122.
(Wnodlntnl Ulstrlrt, 12.12 S. 47tll st.)
m:avi:ii3-tvo hnuLisiT" womiis,' with
good roferonces, have worked sccrnl enia
as cotton tapestry weavers. 8 O. C. 7.11,
tFrnnkford District S. 0.C iMI Unity at.)
w 1 bSWT" REPn WfilNo r. n" t! h n L YU ro 5
her own resources, has been out or work oyer
a month; would like sowing by tho day or
wll) ssw nt homo, ory urgent case. J. W.
WIDOW DEIMINUINO KNTIItllLY iJPON
her own resources haa been out of work over
n month: would llko i-owlng by the day or
will sew at homo; cry urgent case. J. W. II.,
WINDER IN MILL THIS WOMAN HAS
had to become tho bread-winner on nccount
of her husband's Illness with tuberculosis. She
Is trying to support her 3 small children. For
8 months she has not been nbl to get any
work, 8. O. C. COS (Northeast District, S. O.
C. 2310 North Howard rtroet.)
WOMAN WITH 2 CHILDREN AND IIUS
band not strong, wants place to cook. Very
capable and the best of references Husband
willing nnd anxious to work. Can do light
gardening. Will go to tho country If place
can be obtained for them. This rase is worthy
of nsslstanco 1. A. 335.
WOMAN, JEWISH, MUSTilAVH WORK TO
support family of 0 children. Husbnnd Is
s.rlously III. When Investigator called he was
shown a box of stale bread, which waa put In
tho oven to soften. Here Is a woman who must
have work. J. W. B.. 888.
WOMAN, 27 YEARS OLD, WHO HAS I1EKN
deserted by her husband, wants ticlorv
work to support her two small children, will
tnko anything she tnn get to do. S. O. (.,
No. 711". (Eastern District. 33S South Lnw
roncojrt.) WOMAN OF EXPERIENCE.- FAMILIAR
with single entry bookkeeping nnd tho nee
of typewriter, wants work immediately, only
support of widowed mother. J. W. II.. 1122.
WOMAN. OIJhERTED'HY IIL'OUANI), WIT II
7 small children nnd Infant In arms and nge,!
mother to support, wnntH da'H work of any
kind. Pitiful Munition, E. A. 302.
WOMAN, WITH GOOD REFERENCE?
would like washing and cleaning to do S.
O. C , 1101. (Northeast District, 2.14U N. How-
WOMAN WANTS SEWING: lfoT'isTjlibT.'fi
has been out of work for a month; four llttlo
children between 2 and 12 jenrs of ago; very
good references, u. A. 3 in.
WOMAN WANTS GENERAL HOUSEWORK
by tho diy. has a son nnd daughter nl-o un
able to nnd work: very well rccommondod:
needs Immediate asslstanrc. E. A. 340,
WOMAN. WITH 0 CHILDREN TO SUPPOr'tT
wnnts any kind of work by the day, houso
work.cleanlng or laundryvork. E. A. 3UU.
WOMAN." fiS YEARS OLD. WANTS POSITION
as housekeeper, capablo and well rccotn-
mendeil 11. A 3,"0
WOMAN WANTS HEWING TO DO AT
home; has excellent loferences. E. A. 317.
WOMAN. DESERVING.NOT VERY STRONO.
waMB clenninr 1 v tho day. E. A. 351.
YOUNO MARRIED WOMAN WOULD LIKE
work as a waitress, neat and attractive In
appearance: Is trying to support her husband,
who Is 111, nnd 2 small children. S. O. C HOO.
(Woodland District, 1232 S 47th st )
YOUNG WOMAN. 22 YEARS, WISHES" Po
sition oh companion or nurse to nn Invalid;
has had six months' hospital training as child
nurse; hns been out of work one month; urgent
case. J. W. II , 023.
YOUNG WOMAN OF REFINEMENT, ED1I-i-atlon
and pleasing personality would llko
position as companion or as an assistant to n
physician or dentist; good knowledge of art
YOUNG WOMAN STENOGRAPHER. ORAD
uate Pierce Business College; out of work
two months; depending nn her own resources
for n living; urgent cnBe. J. W. I!., 021.
YOUNO WOMAN WANTS SEWINOTO DO
at home; father unahlo to work on account
of Illness: biother unablo to find work: three
smaller children at home: well recommended.
11. A, 348.
YOUNO WOMAN TELEPHONE OPERATOR,
experienced in opcrntlng private branch ex-
change; out of work 2 months. J. W. B . 025.
YOUNO WOMAN. INTELLIGENT AND F.N
ergetlc, wishes position In office: would llko
to learn telephone operating. J. W. B , 010.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES POSITION AH
housekeeper In small family; good references.
J. W U.. 041.
CARS STORED, l per month, regardless of
slie: no also buy and tell care. Ollleeple
Oarage, S32-0I N, O'lth st. Belmont 48.U .
AUTO OWNERS. . j
The right place to have jour car painted.
I'crd cars as low as (13. John Iloulton, 3013
Cambridge at. Phono Preston 6072.
A REAL OPPORTUNITY
A growing business has nn opening for a
soung man. with 12300 to 50.0rl to Invest, as
p.anager of a department. The Investment I,
sound, attractive and pays large profits.
Salary with services. Your strictest Investi
gation solicited. A great chinco for a clean
cut joung man with some ability and a de.
sire to make good. Address L C2U, Ledger
AM LOOKING for an active energetic partner
to purchase Vj Interest In established sales
agency for contractors' machinery; prefer
exp'd man with fcllowlng. M 482. Lsd. Cent.
f300 SECURES equal Interest In desirable of.
flee business, very profttable; references re.
quired. Universal Exchange, 608 Chestnut at.
PRIVATE LOCK MAIL BOXES TO RENT;
FINEST IN THE CITY. 38 N. BROAD BT.
xT'EST I'HILA. MONARCH BTORAtlB CO.
3cTPEll YA1U3. 3870-72 LANCASTER AVE.
0LEANIN0 AND 3JYEINO
OSTRICH FEATHERS AND PANCHSS
CLEANED. DYED. MAILHOT.iaiO Cfitstnut.
DBESSMAKINO AND MILLINEBY
DRESSMAKING tausbt; short, "prac course.
McDowell, 807 Doncila BIJg.. 11th A. Market.
HEMSTITCIIINa done while you wait. A.
Relchard. 1113 Chsstnut. Pictorial Review pat.
GOWNS for all occasions, remodeling; moder
ate prioe. taflo vvatnuu tocust eit.
.II1KQ done while you wait, 8& per
eating also Nachman, 70O Arch it.
JlILLIAHP, pool, combination. Id-hand bought
said. rtcteJ, exch'd. Keafsr. 3 qirard av
1'IRST-CLASa binUrd table; price, 380. SOl
41h ave., Iladdon Heights, N. J.
RAGTIME PIANO I'lAYINO taught In 20 les
soos; write for booklet. .Cbrl.tsjisen Sehools.
Jfd qsrmsntown ave. ; 13 TasVer st.
DIAMONDS -CHANGED. WINLOLl'H,
APPRA1MEH 88 N. 1TH ST.
oo,arcb Storaga Co. Auto and iaot-
FBATHBn Unus-Ettraordlnarv 'price; paid
this month; antlguca boughLlMT N, Sth at.
f-I fRNITI HJP Antiques, pianos, efo part
rUKlNl I UKL or enrg House bought.
Kens. Fnrnltiire Co.. auajKenjIniten Jve.
booms ron bent
BATIING ST., 3218 (Tho Chllton)-Two first
floor rooms; wiilt dentist, doctor or aparl
inent Mrs. Hello McC'lnln,Manager,
IlltOAD, ft., 029 Now management! fur. rms.:
clean: steam heat; baths:cryrcnsonable.
CttDaTnrt, 4I30--Dolr. rooms, 1 with balcony
fronlj board opt., good trans'n. Pira, 3S7T.V,
OIIER1NUT 8T 40tn-Very, deelr. turn, or
unfurn. room In refined private home; nice
neighborhood! comcnlent to el'y; reference.
CIIESTNt'T, 4 130- ETCep. 2d-story front, suit-
nine ror gentlemen, soon to ie Tacantipnona.
DIAMOND, 2102-Vell-furnlahed rooms, single
.-Orjenjiu'ieijMiard nptlonalI)lamond snaiWj
OIIATZ, 1044-Furnlshed sitting room; adjoin
Ing bath; bay window: refined home; phone,
TArtK AVn, N., 173S-Com. and slngla rms.:
running water; lsfclaas board, Diamond
07.18 V. Photo displayed at Ledger Central,
BI'ltUCE, 1206 Very attractive Alngle nnd
. doublo fur'd vacs.; nil conVs. . VI. 7 131 W.
VENANQO, 1112 rrlvato family desires to
rent furn. sulto, complete for houeekeerlpr:
, also parlor ; hoard optional. Tlogn 48 1 1W.
11TH. H.. 210 Delightful rooms, adjoining
natlij quiet, renned; hot-water neat; pnone.
12T1I, 8 ltO-Central location; deslrabta rooms,
furnished, $1 and 4 weekly; rhone,
1CTH. 8,. 210-Comfortablr furnlahed room,
with all conveniences; also attic Joom.
17TII, N., 3335 Furnished room In prUnte
family! gentleman, ljoio a ijpgejcli' ri'
GENTLEMAN who will appreciate well-furnished
room In nn npnrtment: steam heat:
private family, best locnllon of West Phlla.;
jlgorhol44th & Walnut. 1'h, 11a ring 23.
HANDSOMELY furnished fron'. room, In large,
modern, prlvnto homo; cloctrlo lights; 10 mln
utes In City Hall. Telephone Daring 413.
62 1 and Ransom Furnished
rooms. mn only! meals;
WESTUItANCH shower bathn; tear W nil tho
Y. .M. c. A. comtorts 01 noino. i-nono un-
monl 4S1; Key.. West KSrt.
BALTIMORE, AVE.. IdlO-PIcas. slnglo room,
next to bath: gentleman; Jhoordoit. ; phone.
CEDAR, 4711 ror thoso desiring home couif.,
excel, ncu'ns: ref, home. Wood, .IHI2 -.
CIILSTER AVE., 5124-Prhnte family has 2
ntrclv film -d-tory monies conv. to cltv;
hoard ontlonalijilce neighbored; owner! phon
IOWELTON, 4037 Private family, bright front
room, w Ish refined Indy or gentlemen.
RACE. 3413 Trained nurse haap"lcas7 homo lor
ref. people desiring good nccoin. : 1
of Invalids or elderly persons, l'r
'res. 3305 I).
SI'Ri'CE. lii'S-SO Desirable suite with private
hath: -holco table board. Walnut 7-.i5 W.
SPRUCE, 1221-20 fiirlsmonde) Furnished rms ,
single, en suite; prUate baths; table board.
SPRUCE, 12.':o Sulto of rooms, private lath,
nnd also third-floor fionl; table board,
SPRUCE, 10211 Checrfuf'rooms, single or en
Bulte; private bath; excellent board.
THE Clarmont. 44th " Walnut "Attract furtj
roiirn for couple; Soul h. cooking. Un r7 22 .
WALNUT, 4044 Nicely furn. 2d-storj' front,
jsullablo gentlemen or coupleJtelmont 2808 D:
WALN'ut. w'lft Doublo" front room; pouthern
exposure: all conts. : home comforts m'd
table, gentlemen pref, ; reasonable. llel. 08L
WALNUT," 6012 Nicely furnished 2d front;
also single rooms: eonen.: good table, phone.
IlTII, N.i 717-"Boord, with rooms or withuut;
sitting room, comniunlcatlng: reasonable.
iin'H. N , 12.V-Largo 3d"-ntory front rooms,
with board;other acancles: phone.
4IRT," B"20- I'rlvTte famllv-hns nicely fiirn
rooms, board optional, convenient. Phone
CHESTNUT, 41)18 Good tablo: nice" neighbor-
hnod; conv to cltv. Prerton (t2l D.
SP. GARDEN. 4023 Good table board; lionio
cooking; quiet, refined neighborhood: phone.
OERMANTOWN. 235 W. Rlttcnhnuse, St., be
tween Wayne and Greene Desirable rooms,
wl t h board; homelike. Phone Otn. 1073 X.
OVEII11ROOK (("110 Woodbine ovc.l Desirable
vac: nimts. of table excel. Overbrook 7004.
WISStAHICKON AVE.. 5220-6233 B.
(1 roomrf and bath: awnings, screens and
sfcower hlthR. .
JAMES W. IAtVS. ATTORNEY
013 LAND TITLE BI.DO.
Ke with Janitor in renr.
WALNUT. 1420-311 to 4 rooms, with buth,
furn. 01 unfurn.; excellent service; somo
housekeeping; also prof, offices nnd business
rooms. Lo-ust 33IW. Inquire of Janitor.
WALNUT. 1222-21 (Kenwood) Deelrablo vncs ,
single or en suite; prlv. baths: will furnish to
suit tenant: moderate rent. Walnut 8184.
2 VNI-UII. RMS.. PRIV. HATH. 2D FLOOR.
BROAD. N., 830 Housekeeping apartment; 5
lnrgo rooms: bath, nit convenleneos. Apply
SEDGELEY APARTMENTS, 45th and Plne-5
rooms and bath: seo lanltor.
SPRING GARDEN, 1010 Excellent ants. In 8
different houses; soma turn ; Jlti henetlea
' 321S Baring st.
Two Prst-flnor rooms with private bath; sun
able dentist or doctor or apartments Mrs.
Relit- McClaln. mgr. Bell phono Preston n3T
DOCTOR will rent In his private homo two
large rooms, kitchenette, private bath. 223
North 2flth st.
I inN'; HPAD locust, 1213-10 Furnished
L,iviN anciu. tlngl9 or fn .
BALTIMORE. 4550 Sublet hkpg. apt.. 20 in.: 5
rms.; bath, porch, heat, h. w.; Baring 20H8 W.
SPRUCE, 2022 Desirable aulte. with private
hath, onen fire: phone: owner.
DIAMOND. 2110 (apply 2112) 4 rooms. bBth,
kitchenette, hot-water heat, telephone: 133.
THE DAUPHIN APARTMENTS
H E. COR. BROAD AND DAUPHIN
EXCLUSIVE HKPG. FLATS ONLY TWO
(8) LEFT. JANITOR ON PREMIBE3.
WRITE, call or phone Walnut 0S0 for March
"Apartment Vacancy Bulletin." Free Apart
ment Bureau. 13th and Spruce sts
BEAL ESTATE POB SALE
WH SPECIALIZE In suburban property olong
the P. and R.i Bethlehem and Doylcstown
branches; wa offer suburban homes, farms.
Improved .'ountry places and building sites;
we can satisfy any reasonable purchaser.
H. J. DAGER. Inc.. Ambler. Pa.
Hnddonfielcl, N. ,T.
HAVE SEVERAL FINE PROPERTIES at
"bargain prices. WM. CAREY MARSHALL.
531 Federal st . Camden.
National l'arb. N. J.
UUNOALOWS, lots 23x150; near trolley; over.
looking Del. Greater N. J. Co.. 83 B. 16th.
100 'ACRES, location, land, buildings, water
and railroad facilities all, flrst-class: has
everything that goes to make a sood farin;
ieveril stock farms cheap, 160. 200 and 230
acres' the very xst of land and cheap; state
y JONATHAN C. HARE. West Chester. V.
HTXCRES goo.1 dairy and poultry farm, UO0O,
J. B. THOMPSON. West Chester, fa.
BEAL ESTATE SALE OB BENT
OWN a home Houses 1800 to ID250: small
first payment and 17 to 50 per month. II.
S,r,ii!:1 717 rheitnut at.
BEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
Atlantic City, N. J.
HOTELS, cottages, apartments, etc.. to ex.
change for Philadelphia property. Chas.
E yell. 88 8. Penna. ave., Atlantic City.
BEAL ESTATE P0B BENT
411 Physician's offices; first.
nn coiq runainy vvatsr,
iSTII ST-i .. ail PP.ysu.uu s onice; largo,
PTtOVaSSlObNAL or business office: all con?
"Ounces; (.antral; low rental. 280 s. h.
TWO-STOHY porch-front bouse; 9 rooms; al
conveniences; stationary tubs, jord side and
rear. iv .-.
Atlantic City. N. J.
HOTELS, POTtrJINB HOUSES. VILLAK
CorfAOBS. APARTMBNTS, any siasoo. all
locations, Atlaatla City. Chelsea, Ventnorj
n. a. liARHis & co.
40 S. Florida ave. I
jluMCK for ojortgagaa: any amouat: Wouu
aiiUuisnt fens Square iRealty Co., 1114
bouttB f win tg. f taae boru.-a Swl
iMU&TlDR 1WT AND ill UORTGAOES.
SAMUEL It. eVrWUT, lilt) Cbutaut at.
The Hup; Tlial Cnusca Sleep
A well-known Judiro dtticd recently nt
a Weat nd hotel, wlioro tlio man who
tnkca enro of tho linla Is celebrated for
lilti meiiiory nbout tho ownership of
'Slow tin j on Itnovv thnt Is my lint?"
tho J tic! He osked ns his slllc hat was
presented to hlni,
"I don't know It, sir," said the mnn.
"Then why Uo you clvo It to mo?" In
sisted tho bewildered Jlidgo.
"Jiccauso you envo It to me, sir," re
plied tho man, without moving- a muscle,
of his face. Tld-Blts.
WHAT ARE YOU
"Two years ago I could have bought
that valuable piece of property for a
"And you couldn't slue;, eh?"
Oh, I could sing-, but I couldn't get
tho right notes."
"Jtndam," nnld tho mnn In tho street
car, "I know I ought to get up and give
you my sent, but unfortunately I've re
cently joined the Sit Still Club."
"That's nil right, sir," replied the
-woman. "And you must excuse me for
staring at you bo hard; I am a member
of the Stand nnd Stare Club."
She proved herself so active and con
scientious a member that the man began
to feel uncomfortable under her gaze.
Finally ho rose and said: "Take my
seat, madam; I guess I'll resign from my
club and Join yours." Boston Tran
YEf". I'M JOiT BRCK.A S
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