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CARLISLE OPENS 109TH
FAIR WITH BIG DISPLAY
1000 AnimalB Entered for Rib
bons Great Farm Goods
Show Breaks Record
CARLISLE, Pa., Bept. 21. Record
breaking displays In all departments and
the largest Hat of entries In tha history
ef the stock exhibits and speed classes
were features of the 109th annual Carlisle
Pair, the oldest continuous exhibition of
It kind In America, which formally
An early morning rain kept down the
attendance today. Some E00O persons were
on the grounds, however. ..he track was
a trifle heavy for the speed contests.
Nlj-bt exhibitions will be Introduced for
the first time In the history of the fair,
and the grounds will be Illuminated with
hundreds of electric lights tonight
One of the most successful years In
Cumberland County sericulture was re
flected In the farm products displays, one
single family alone entering 500 articles
raised on Its farm. 'With $50 In gold as
frizes In each class, a new feature was
Introduced this year In the awarding of
prises for best corn raised by country
boys and the best bread baked by coun
More than 1000 animals are entered for
ribbons In the high-grade stock classes,
of which State experts will be Judges,
and upwards of 10,000 fowls are In Poul
try Hall. The Midway Is three-quarters
of a mile In length and has a variety of
There are 1J0 entries for the races for
(urses aggregating $4230, as well as sev
eral special awards. A feature of the
week is a race between horses owned by
country businessmen for a purse of
11090. A special prize of 1100 In gold is
offered for the lowering of the track rec
ord of 2:09. Among the horses entered
for the event are Sam Be Sure, W. I
Xarper, Shlppensburg; Joe Boy, Dan
Leery, West Chester; June Bug, 8. Powell
Peacock, Mlddletown, Del., and Senator
Catlln and JV C. Htldebrandt. Lancaster.
Motorcycle And automobile races will also
I be held.
PECT OPIUM ON SHIP
Officials Will Search Vessel for Chi
nese and Drugs
Customs and immigration officials went
to needy Island today to search the
schooner Pendleton Slaters, bound to
Chester from Jamaica, on which, it Is
rumored, are several Chinese and quan
tities of opium. The vessel has a cargo
of logwood from Port Morant, Jamaica,
for the American Dyewood Company at
Chester, and la under command of Cap
tain Jeremiah Hayes.,
Dispatches from Jamaica to the Gov
ernment officials here said that about U
Chinese and quantities of opium were
on the vessel to be smuggled Into this
country. Immigration Inspector Phillips
and Customs Inspector Agnew boarded
the vessel last night whe.n she entered
the Capes. Maritime men here do not
believe that Captain Hayes would sanc
tion smuggling of any kind. They de
clare ho is one of the best liked and
most efficient mariners In the Jamaica
, MANY AT PASTOR'S FUNERAL
Bishop and Classmates Attend Serv
ices for Dr. H. E. Fuller
More than 109 Episcopal clergymen as
sembled today at the Trinity Church, Ox
f6rd, at Rising Sun avenue and Church
lane, to attend the funeral of the rector
of that church, the Rev. Dr. Horace E,
Fuller. The service was conducted by
the Rev. Robert Johnston, rector of the
Chwch of the Saviour. Interment was In
the West Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Mafcop Philip M. Rhlnelander was
swops those who attended the service,
a were also four classmates of the late
Dr. Fuller at the Thlladephla School of
Divinity They were the Rev. S. Lord
OUfeereon, the Rev. Charles T. Lyons, the
Her., A. J. P. McClure and the Rev. W.
Dr. Fuller had been pastor of the
TrtaeKy Church for the past 14 years.
lie. was stricken with heart disease and
(H last Friday night at his home. Tabor
a4 and Asylum pike. He Is survived
a wire ana two sons.
Funeral ef Mrs. M. A. Slemons
The body of Mrs. Wattle Slemons, widow
erf Dr. F. M. Slemons, of Salisbury, Md
lane raouiw oi uuiin a. demons, city
Cui.vp ih li' t .uiauaipnia, itecoro. WnO
I.. Wa.lAftO B fln.HnH. T. ...
p ri v-..- - wn,iviit, JB1 Will
be taken today to 8allaburv tnr in..
unt Xfra fll.mnna lat. Sail.,..-..
apeflectlo stroke on Sunday, September
11 Mrs, Slemons had been an invalid
since 1904, when she was first stricken
wit paralysis, from which she partially
recovered. A second stroke came In
IMS, since when she had been under con
stant treatment Mrs. Slemons was 71
rH old and Is survived by two sons,
one of whom. Is Dr. J, Morris Slemons
f (it Yale medical school.
,,fttwl ef Thomas J. Mahlon
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m in jvwfnni wm aviena we
ehf Cantata Thouii .T. v.hinN
H old, who died 4riy today at
iisaalr Mams, at Smart a-., a..
street. Mahlon was a retired sea
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ANnitKWS. At Ocean City. N. J.. WILL
IAM D., ton of the late Joseph W. n4 Ellia
Andrwi, scad 61 yean. Relative ant
rrlends. also Mtlta council, No. COS. O. of
I. A.) Tlosa Lodge. No. 8. U P. of A.j Phll.
dtlphla Muileal Alto., are InvltM to attenI
the funeral lerrlrti, on Thursday, at 1 p.
tn., at the anartmenta of William It. Hat
teribr, 8810 North riroad et. Inttrment at
Itlllafde Ometrr. Ilemalna may be viewed
en Wednesday, from 8 to 10 p. m.
ATKISH. On S-ptember 30, 1015, ARTIIUR,
nuahand of Johanna Atklis (nee Robinson).
Iteliitlvti and friend, also members of
Ehektnah Lodse, No. Sa, P and A. M.i Can
tennlnl Lodsa, No. 100, Bon of fit. Oeore,
and Kenalncton Aiaemblr. No. 40, A. O, of
?f. P.. are lnlted to attend tha funeral, on
Thursday, at 1.80 p. m.. from his late resl
dnc, 875 Dawson at,, Wlasablckon. nmalna
may be vlswed on Wedneeday, from 7.20 to
JU p. m. imrrmeni uirrnituwi "- i
Cemetery. Automobile' funeral.
BAI.nEKSTON. On September 19. 1018,
JOHN K., hutband of Rachel 8. (nee Tog;),
In hla 77th year. The friends ef the family
and members of all fraternal and social or
ganisations of which he waa a member are
Invited to view the remains Tuesday evening.
7 to 8 o'clock, at his late realdence, 27i'7
North 11th at. Funeral private on Wednes
day at 2 p. m. Automobile funeral.
BARCLAY. Suddenly, on September 10,
1U13. MARY, wife of Peter J. Barclay (nee
Powers). Relatives and friends, also South
Becohd Rt. Market Association, are Invited
to attend the funeral. Thursday, at 8.30 a.
m., from the realdence of her husband, ICuj
H. 13th at. Solemn Hlth Requiem Mass at
the Annunciation Church, at 10 a. m. In
terment Cathedral Cemetery.
BAltKKTT. At her residence, 491S Saybrook
ave., on September 20, 1915, ELLA O.. v. How
of Mathew Rarrett and daughter of the lato
Jacob and Mary Matslncer, aged S3 ears.
Further notice of the funeral.
IJABKIN. On September 20. 101B. RE
HKCCA MACKEV. wire of James Raskin and
laughter of David and the late Jane Mackey.
Relatives and friends are Invited to sttend
funeral services, Thursday, at 2 p. m., at her
late residence. 14 Mifflin ave., Llanerch, Del.
aware County, Pa. Interment prlate.
BEAUMONT. On September 10. 1015. MART
A., widow of William Reaumont. Relatives
and friends, also Ellis Circle, No, 94, Ladles
et U. A. It., are Invited to attend the
funeral services, Thursday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, at her late residence, 1434 North
20th st. Interment at Mount Morlah Ceme
tery. HEUARR. On September 18, 1015, RUB
SELL U, husband of Esther Ileears and son
of Herbert F. and Alice Deears, aged 24
years Relatives and friends, also Lodge No.
848. I. O. O. F of Nlcetown; Washington
Camp, No. 120, P. O. 8. of A.! Montgomery
Council. No. 18, Br. Order U. A. M., of Lans
dale, are invited to attend the funeral serv
ices, on Wednesday, at 2 p. m., at the resi
dence of his father-in-law, Leonard F. Endy,
6060 Magnolia ave,, Germantown. Interment
private at Cheltcn Hills Cemetery. Remains
may ba viewed on Tuesday evening.
BEN'ECKE. On September 10. 1015, JULIA
Li (nee Schoneorlng), widow of William Hv
Uenecke. aged 71 years. Relatives and
friends, also Oerman Ladles' Aid Society, No.
1- Abend Rose Society of Philadelphia, snd
L'anah Rebecca Lodge, No. 183, D. of ..
ire Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Wednesday afternoon, at 1.30 p. m., from
the residence of her son-in-law, Ervln (I.
Lukens. 21 8chool at, North Wales, Pa,
Also services at Mt. Peace Chapel, at Phlla
delrhla. 8 P m. Interment MU Peace Ceme
BRAWN. On September 18. 1018. EMILT,
widow of Lnrens Draun. Relative! and
trlenuj, also members of Hedwlg Klnjaehr
Daroen tint. Vereln snd Elnlaehrlnger
Wuertt Ulanen Frauen Unt Vereln, No. 1.
aro invited to attend the funeral services,
ou Wednesday, at 2 p. m.. at her lata real
deuce, lO.vi North 4th st Interment at Hill
tide Cemetery, via funeral car,
BnKWIN On September 10, 1015, MARY
A. UREWIN, wife of William P. Brewing
aged 70 years. Relatives and friends are In.
vtted to attend her funeral servlm. on Wed
nesday, at 2 p. m., at the residence of ber
husband, 2718 Sherman ao., CamUun, N, J.
Interment Harlslch Cemetery. Remains may
be viewed Tuesday evening. '
BROOKS Suddenly, on September 18, 1015.
DAVID D.. husband of Mary H lirooka
Relatives and friends also Pacfflo LodgJNo:
sou L O. O, F.: Theitrlcal Mechanics' Bens!
Sil Association Philadelphia Kir. Depa":
ment Relief Association and employee otthe
night watch of John Wanamaker store, are
imlted to attend the funera , on Wednesday
afternoon, precisely at 2 o'clock, from his
lato reslderce. 891 N. Uber et. Interment at
Kernwood Cemetery. Remains may be viewed
Tuesday evening, between 7 and 0 o'clock
BUKGIN. On September 10. 1015, WIEMKR
a. BUROIN. Rslatltea snd friends are In
vlted to attend the funeral services, on
Thursday, at 11 a. m. precisely, at the
rhapel of Andrew J. Hair & Bon, Arch and
19th sts. Interment private. nu
CAMPBELL, On September 20. 1015. ED.
WARD J., eon of the late Patrick j. and
Bridget A. Campbell. Residence, 331 Tree it
Due notice of the funeral will be given.
CLYMEK. On September 18, 1015. THOMAS
son of Leander an Mary Clymer. grandson
of the late John and Alice UcOullotigh, in his
534 year, Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend tha funeral, on Thursday, at 8 a.
ro.. from hts parents' residence, 6.1(1 N. 45th
st. High Mass at the Church of Our Mother
of Borrows st 10 a. m. Interment at St.
CODV, On Beptsmber 10, 101B, JAMES, hue
band of the fate Mary Cody. Relatives snd
friends, also members of St. Phllln's Holv
Nsroe Society and tha American Transport
Co. Beneficial Union, are respsctfully Invited
to attend the funeral, on Wednesday morning
at 8 80 o'clock, from the residence of Mrs
Elisabeth Ramsey, 821 Kimball at. (3d snd
Carpenter sts.). Solemn High Mass of Its.
qulem at St. PhlTlp'e Church at 10 o'clock
precisely. Interment at New Cathedral Cem.
CONKT.INO. On September 20, 1018. IRA
LEWIS CONKLINQ. ased 65 year!. Vurthsr
notles of funeral, from his late residence. 142
West Chslten nvs Oerroantown.
COONEVV On September 10, 1018, JOHN
J husband of the late Margaret Cooney
and aon of the late Nicholas and Jans Cooney
Funeral, to which relatives and friends art
United, on Friday, at 8 a. m, from th. rest.
dance of Ills brother, Joseph Cooney, 118 Jack,
sou st. Mass of Requiem at Church of Our
Lad of Mount Carmsl. at 0 30 a. ro, pre
cisely. Interment ;t Nsw Cathedral Cem
etery. Automobile funeral.
D1U1II" On September 18, 1018, AUGUSTA
w.. wiia si lYiiura u. uieni, Jtslstlvsa ami
l5,,D?."A also Liberty Council, Prld. circle.
No, 410, a of F. of A., and Woman's Loya
Moose Circle of No. 64, are Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Wednesday, at 3
p. m.. at her late resldencs, CIS N. Wans,
maksr st. Intermant urivata. at Mmmt r,.
non Cemetery. Remains may be viewed on
Tuesday, from 8 to 0 p. m.
PIETZ. On September 10, 1015, JEFFER
SON J DIBTJS In the 70th year ef his sss.
IlsUMvas acd friends may view the remains
on TuMday, from 8 to 10 p. in., at his lau
rsaldsnce. 63 N. fit Herns rd si (40th and
Arth). Interment at Bangor, Ta., on Wed.
nesdsy, leaving on 8:41 a m. train at 3Jd bu
a... Inn I'.n.r v.nl. Ttall.rf -w MM
V,.v,, , wfwj ,.., ,,.inv.m
DODDS On September
H. at B.. are Invited to attanrf tha -..!
servtees, on Wedneeday, at 3 p. m. precisely,
at bar late reeidenee. MM North Bouvler
st. Interment private.. Remains may be
viewed Tuss4y, ,irom T te S p, m. Auto
IHlUgMatHTY. eptsmbsr 18. lojn, JAMKg,
son of John aad ths lets Wlsbsth Bough,
srty. Rslstlves d frleniSs are Jnvltsd'to
attend funeral, Wednesday, at lVJi-Yram
." -';" ". . rears.
, Fred Binnelf, 1841 QUdelOM 7L
private, at rernwoed OtHSSir.
.uvea ana nteaM
f uaeral sarvksesi on,
tba lt!Sea uf
l.ii.l, 311 Htuu
ell, No. 15. D. cf P i OIlve'Templs, No? is
I 'o. E.. and Phllaia lr,hl Ivrt.i ' fl. iSf
lives ana irisaM are invites te stlead tka
funT septlces. on Wrineefcy f JJrnooi
atTtfeloek. at the residents of'hllrJISm
LBDGEE PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
FAIiqCIIAIL On September 18, 10t5. ELL
WOOD H eon of J, 1. and Mills Karquhar,
aged 18 years. Relithes and friends are In
vited to attend the funeral services, at St.
James' Church, 22d and Walnut sts., on
Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock precisely.
Interment private. Remains may be viewed
on Tuesday evening, at hts late residence,
6740 Hatel ave , from 7 to 0 o'clock.
F1NIOAN. Suddenly, on September 10. 1015,
WILLIAM II. FINIUAN, husband of Catha
rine A, Flnlgan, Relatives and friends, alsn
San Domingo Council, No. 2Sft, K. of C, aro
Invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday,
at 8.80 a. m from his late realdence. 1.10
East Woodlawn ave , Sharon Hill. Delawaro
County, Pa. Solemn Mass ef Requiem at
the Church of the Holy Spirit st 10 a. m.
Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
FISH. On September 10. 1018, at Audubon,
N. J.. RUSSELL O . son of Richard O. and
Clara Fish (nee Helta), sited 14 years. Rela
tives and friends ore Invited to attend the
funeral services, on Wednesday, at the fu
neral psrlors of James Stretch. 10fl E. Main
st., Haddonfleld, N. J. Interment Evergreen
ITOOn. On September 20, 1015. MART A.
FLOOD, late of 2717 East Huntingdon st ,
rlsughter of the late Terrence and Bridget
Flood, Relatives and friends nre Invited to
attend the funeral on Wednesday, at 8:30 a.
m.. from the residence of her brother-in-law,
Joseph Mulgrew, 0023 Etenton ave., German
town. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Ann's
Church, at 10 a. m. Interment St. Ann's
FULLE11TON. At Atlantic City, on Septem
ber W. 1910, ELIZABETH SIMPSON, widow
of John Fullerton, Due notice of funeral,
from late residence, northeast corner of 42d
and Spruce sts., Philadelphia.
GANLY. On September 10. 1015. FRANCES,
daughter of Matilda and tho late John Oanly.
Relatives and friends nre Invited to attend the
funcnl, on Wednesday morning, at 7:SU
o'clock, from northeast corner of 3d and
Pine sts. Mass at St. Joseph's Church at V
o'clock. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
GENTLE. On Beptember 17. 1015. JOHN If..
husband of Anna M. Oontle, aged 02 years.
Relatives and friends, also Totem Tribe, No.
404, I. O. R. M.: oen. John F. Reynolds
Council, No. 143. O. of I. A., and employes
of Mldvals Steel Company, are Invited to
attend the funeral services, on Wednesday,
at 2 p. m., at hla lste realdence, 4 Ml O-r-mantown
ave. Interment private, at North
wood Cemetery. Remains rosy vlswed on
GIBSON. Suddenly, on September 18. 1015,
JOHN, husband of Nettle UlDion. Relatives
and friends, also members of the Pennsyl.
vantn Railroad associations of which he was
a member, are Invited to attend the funeral
aervlcea, on Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, at his late residence, 844 8. 68th st.
Interment at Mt. Morlah Cemetery. Friends
may view remains on Tuesday evening, from
7 until 0:30 o'clock.
GUA7.IANI. On September 18, 1015, CE
LESTE SBARBARO, wife of Eglsto Orail.
anl, at residence, 1822 Ridge ave., aged 54
years. Funeral Wednesday, 0 a. m., from
lato residence. Solemn Mass of Requiem at
Church of Oesu, loth and Stiles sts., at 10
a. m. precisely. Interment at Holy Cross
GREENWALD. Oh September 20. 1815.
WILLIAM, husbsnd of Louise Greenwald
(nee Strecker), and son of Annlo and tha
late I'aul Oreenwald, nged 2!) years. Rel
atives and friends, also members of the
Mxtn uerman evangelical Church, 6th st.
end Indiana ave., aro Invited to attend the
funeral, on Thursday, at 1 p. m., from his
late residence. 612 West Clearfield at. Serv
Ices In church, at 2 p. m. Interment at
(Ireenmount Cencetery. Remains mny be
viewed Wednesday, from 7 to 10 p, m.
IIANEY, On September 20. 1015. LAURA
MARTELL, vilfs of Thomas J. Haney. Rela
tives nnd friends, also Loyalty Lodge, No.
112, Shepherds of Bethlehem, are Invited to
attend the funeral, on Thursdsy, at 8 SO
a. m.. from her husband's residence, 1811
Eyre st. Requiem High Masa at the Church
of the Holy Name at 10 a. m. Interment
at New Cathedral Cemetery.
llANNA. On September 18, 1015. SAMUEL
J husband of Elizabeth O. Hanna. Rela.
tlves and friends are Invited to attend tho
funeral, on Wednesday, at 1 80 p. m., from
' his late residence. 4321 Wallace St. Inter
ment at Fernwood Cemetery.
1IERSELPOTH. On Beptember 19. 1018.
CHARLEB H., hvsband of Lucy A, Hessel
roth (nse Rowland), son of Sarah and tha
late Henry II. Hesselpoth. Relatives and
friends, also employes of Carver File Works,
the Active Club, and all other organisations
of which he was a member, are Invited to
sttend the funeral services, on Thursday, at
3 p. m.. at his late residence, 31M Aramlugo
ave. Interment Hillside Cemetery. Lebanon
papers please copy,
JIOVF.NDKN. On September 10, 1018, at hla
home, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., TIIOIIA.S
HOVENDEN, 2d Funeral services at his
horns on Wednesdsy, at 2:30 p. ra.
JOHNSON On Beptember 18.1015, aEOTtOB
W., husbsnd of Elisabeth Johnson (nee Wag
ner). Relatives and friends ars Invited to
attend the funeral, on Wednesday morning,
at 8:30 o'clock, from his lata issldsnce, 1415
N. 8th st. High Requiem Mala at Bt, Mais,
rhjr's Church st 10 o'clock. Interment at
Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
KAIN. On September 18, 1015. ANNA
KA1N, daughter of Bridget Harwood and the
late Patrick Bweeney. Relatives and friends
of the family are Invited to attend the
funeral, on Thursdsy, at 7:30 a. m., from her
mother's residence, 211 East Hasiard st.
boltmn High Msss of Requiem at St. Ann's
Church, at 0 a. m. ldteiment at New
HT.TJIN, On Beptember 17 1015, PROCTOR
Relatives end friends, also Court Pride of
K nusvina ut .ciito main, agca ei years.
the Northwest. No. 2(0, F ef A. Oakdals
ins ''.M",Vi" ;;w,'t ' ( uaaoaie
Castle. .No. SO. K. G. B.. and Clgarmakera'
international Union of America. Nn. ins
Invited to attend the funeral, on Wednes.
iIav. at 10 a. m.. from the enarial at jot,.
II. Wetiel, 2328 Oermantown ave.
ment private, at Hillside Cemetery,
nflKSSUNOEIt. On Bentembar is
MARGARET, widow of John Koassllngsr. Ill
par ,w r,. .-- , Micng, are in
vited to attend funeral, on Wednesday, at
7.30 a. m., (rom ber late residence, 21i7
Jasper st. .Requiem Msss at 8t. Benlrscs
Church, at 0 a. m, Interment Holy Redeemer
BOONS. On September 17. 1016. JOSEPH.
husband of the late Bsrbara Koons (nse
lllller). Relatives ond frloads are Invited
to attend the funeral, on Wednssday morn
lug, at 7:80 o'clock, from the residence of
his daughter, Barbara Koons, 2780 Jasper
atreet. Solemn Requiem Mass at Our Lady
Help of Christians Church, at 0 o'cloik. In.
torment Holy Cross Cemetery,
KHAUTKH. On September 18, J015. ROSE
V wife of John H. Krsuter and daughter
of Octavlu; and Amelia Rodermlch. Kli.
tlves and friends are Invited to sttend fu
neral, on .Wednesday, at 8 a. ra.. from ner
ahnva i-TlZ ChSSS. Mass at
laia ia-M"r.S, " w-..a, ava., itocaieoge.
Church, Fox Chess, st 0 a, m,
LABKUM Jn September 1J, 1015. WILL
IAM J., husband of Anals Hops La Drum and
son ot iu i;a niiiiiaiH ana wary Labrura.
Relatives and friends, also the Ksprssi.
men's Mutual and Beneficial Association, and
the employes of Oll ft Co.. ars Invited to
sttend the funeral, on Thursday, st 8:80
a. ro . from his late reildencs. iasaj ici.t
Ixhifh ave. (18th Ward), Solemn Requiin!
Mass at St. Ann's Chureh, at 10 a. m? In.
torment tit. Ann's Cemetery, '
IKTFOKUrOn September SJ, 1018. IDA
MARIA, daughter of the late Vllllam Vnd
Matilda Martin Letford. aged 54 years. Rela.
Mount ilertsb Csasetcry,
Uom her an-ln-tt.w-s'rei4eocsl Thonfis i
irkpatrlok. sftraTfosd, Fa. JnlermJSt 04
a, lnterm e tuescy'iil
lives ami minus iiiviiea m attend tha
funeral services, on Thursday, at jj? iS.
4 iV.Aw? htXLwjMiM:
10 . ?itsrsari?oly Bepufiia iBSEE I
ery WeUtTvee and frlendri taviSSrfe j
att.sd. AateawMle futhual,
10U, K. W. Kemble,
McllUGIL On Beptember 18, 1011. ANNE.
widow of James Mcllugh snd daughter of
the late John snd Anne McOlllowsy, In her
74th er. Relsthes snd friends, also B.
V, M. Sodality of St. Francis Xsvler's
Church, are Invited to sttend the funeral,
nn Wednesday, at 0 a. m., from the resi
dence of her son-ln-lsw, Hugh J. McDer
rnott, 2.103 West Cumberland St. Solemn
Riqulem High Mass at St. Francis Xavler's
Church, at 11 a. m. Interment at Cathedral
MEEIIAN On September 10. 1015. SARAH
MEKIIAN, wife of the late Thomas Meehan.
Relatives ami friends ars Invited to attend
funeral, Wednesday, at 8 a. m from her late
residence, 2303 Fitswatcr st. Solemn Hlth
Mais of Requiem at St. Anthony's Church,
at 0.80 a, m. Interment private.
MILLER. On September 17, 1015. MART E.
MILLER, wife of Charles R. Miller and
daughter of Helen and the late Harry Huhn.
Relatives and friends, also employes of F.
W. Woolworth's Rth st. store, nre Invited
to attend funeral services, on Wednesday, at
2 p. m., at her sister's residence, 2047 S.
Becchwood st. Intirmcnt Mt. Morlah Ceme
tery. Remains may be viewed on Tuesday,
from 8 to 10 p. m.
MOHAN. Suddenly, on September 18. 1015.
SUE M., widow of William T. Moran (nee
Dolsn). Relatives snd friends are Invited to
attend funeral. Wednesday, at 8 SO a. m..
from her late residence. 210" Mimin at.
High Mass of Requiem at St. Edmond's
Church at 10 a. m. Interment New Cathe
MORRIS. On September SO. ioiS. SADIE
F... daughter of the late Jonathan T. and
Elisabeth Morris. Relatives and friends are
Invited to attend the funeral services, at
her late residence, Berwyn, Pa., nn Thurs
day, at 2 p. m. Interment at Old St. Davids
MORRISON. On September 10. 1015. NEL
LIE, daughter of tho lato Bernard and Mary
Morrison. Relatives and friends, also Leagua
of the 8cred Heart. II. V. M. Sodality and
Altar and Rosary Society of St. Rita's
Church, are invited to attend the funeral, on
Wednesday morning, at 8:30 o'clock, from
her late residence. 1443 B. 18th st. Solemn
Requiem Maes at Bt. Rita's Church, at 10
a. m. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery.
J1275n?':0,n September 10, 1P15, CLARA M
widow of John Myers, nged 37 years. Rela
t yes and frh-nrts are Invited to attend the
funeral services, on Wednesday, nt 2 p. in..
at her late residence. Heston st.. Roslyn. ra.
ir.t,r,mnt.pr,v,ate' ,Rt I'atboro Cemetery.
Remains may be viewed on Tuesday, from
i in v p. m.
NS1,l,IT;t Wlldwoed, N. J., on September
RelJ il5.'.ED,J1;V. ". NEBBM? aged I iS "Sir"
th. -.Ii." J""1 ''" aro Ir.vltod to attend
wfJ"1"?1 eervlc-s, at Us late residence. 22(1
It t??? ve'V w"wod. N. J., on Tuesday,
ii'. P. ". Interment Wednesday morning,
Fernwood Cemetery. Philadelphia.
NhhiVI;L,7?n P'Ptember 17, 1015. JOHN,
frun5Ia 1' ASnl Nuttall. Relatives and"
mends, also Court Oermuntown, No. 53, F.
rn,.5nd em.I,oy of the Mldvale Steel
J5Raay' " ,'.,5vite1 .,0 att,!n'1 the funeral
SfJ..5' .ont. Wednesday afternoon, at 2
0 clock, at his lato realdence. 1013 Dennle
wi.ni.n,e,rmcn? Rt Northwood Cemetery.
fromn7nnt'IyoVo,Jocekm'l,n, ' ,V,n,nr'
son f F?.Iivhwban,,i,f y,olet Palmer and
PalmSr lrnanhl.W!,-fn(, th9 ,atB E'Uabeth
1 rnnier. In his 32d year. Relatives and
S'TV'0 Mansrunk'Trlbe. NoT 118, La
ierj Jce."on raur.dkVT at S. a? hta"fSu
ruldence. Uo DupoAt st . M?nayunk In
terment private. West Laurel ffllVcSmelsry.
j'iiii i V?,---?" B"P.tember 10.1015. OEOROB
.'.'I'hHIlS- beloved son of William II. Phil.
i mnmhi lornnc, .?' Phillips (nes Cos), aged
fhenths Relatives and friends sra In.
XearfaJ0 n;.ten'1 the '"! services! oVwedl
nesday afternoon, at 2 o'cloik. from hts
Parents' realdenco C648 West Haddington st
Interment at Mt. Peace Cerrstery. Remains
SfeMlnerar'4 TU"Uy' 8 "' "u"!
''vniw0.". BtPn'her 10. 1015. CATH-
CliraErl.lrtfl.nt-ia,Uthtern0f Vly'"' - "
riV.i 'd' '"? l.y,.ar 2 months. Relatives
Sn win.:rt "V:1"4 t0 at,en'1 th funeral.
J2. W1""4 afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock,
from her parents' residence, 2888 South 16th
st. Intsrment at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery.
K5J1,,0aLDaOn.e,D,e,nb'' Hi 1015, LOUIS,
husband of Matilda Relnhold (nee Rothfus)
nifnhiSB of.aL,c,i? n'1 the'lat. Augusta
Jlflnhold. aged 28 years. Relet ves and
'lrnu1.' f1!.0.00?'' Diamond. No. 184, F. of
'.' ?fc John's Assembly. No. 28, A. O. M
Jh'i aJ.,,ri,.n,A.,Kllt,0 (5lub nd members of
ttf.Sfti,KXf,T-ui?.,r,n c.hur:h. are Invited to
attend the funeral services, on Wednesday
at 2 p. m.. at his late residence. 2540
Hollywood st. Interment at Northwood Ceml
e'jCry. Remains can be viewed Tuesday eve-
RICHMAN. On September 18. 1015 WIT
I.IAM MAVHEWRICHMAN.' husband o7
Sarah Garratson Rlchman (nee Cobb), aged
?; J'S"'"- ieialv" fnd friends are fnvlted
to attend the funeral services, on Tuesday
HOE. At Woodbury, N, J., on Rnamv.a.
20 1015 ALICE LbuiSE ROE. BlFeiaTlvM
and friends ars Invited to attend the f funeral
pn Thursday, at 10.30 a. m.. from th m :
Since of her brother-in-law. Dr. Wllllsm
Frewer. 84 Coopsr st . Woodbury N. J irT.
terment private, nt Egllngton Cemetery.
ncolntTBUNdnr at "I? 0nde, Cape May
jowpi'i ir' i'. y.mA September 10. iui(f;
JOHEl'H H., husband of Catharine Dunn
Ruff, aged 77 years, Relatives "and "friend,
also survivors of 67th Regiment ! V .VA
Philadelphia Letter CanVrs AisocUtlon ar2
1X?AW v"w,d "i.Vf'tS'S- P. ;
eCHOriEU)-On September 20. cilamr
O., husband of Anna M. Bchofleld and .?
of Joseph and Agnes Bchoflsld, agsd 3J vaa
Relatives and friends, alio ' hSISini K
Relief Association and BrShsrhood of Hall'
SCULL. On September 18. lois joiim in
husband of Lydla Hcull. ased Tv.aV.,,N. 7
tlves and frlendi, alio 'cVrnp No.X 8flT p"
o8f ?n.AP: J anl W 1S3SL $$
jlef, are lnvlte.1 to attend th's un.i' ,u
ices, on Wednesday, at SI p m . rt .1'!'
residence. 8018 North ArcaSla .' "intUJ.'J
Artlssns' Order of MutuM frotKiCi"'' '
invited to attend if., f Si.ril. oWed.'t!"
at 2 p. m., from the Chapel of MoSSS'!
Cemetery. Broad and iKtK ..V 'iSnument
:Tmivn n can. , .. -IV PUa.
Reiativsa ana frlsnds sra Invited t ... ".
K. Bemalni r' b.vlVwaV8 0Nf,. 1"
aS.tV?.10 P m 'iKd.t "SreTnm'o'Jn,
(umm Bander), in bis eitn ysar n.Wt?mi.
sod friends, also the Men of Iheitol? F.f!
Rosary Society and Sacred Heart : liafLf.?".
fct. Itonlfacius' Church i st rSmki MKS,r
Men's Boclety, St. FraneliV B.ninet.i "
clety and -Isldelberger Bwificla 'Sifu'tV n
1. are Invited to attend funsrsl.Thur.da J"
at :80 a. m., from Lis iti ill W?."lih
N, d st. Solemn Requiem MssVat aw J".
faclu.' Church at IU a. K.iStMrnSn-. ff,1;
Redeemer Cemetery. uvwiuent Holy
VMLADF-On September M. 1016 Wli
eunvM ana uins invrwd la ittiLi
lUMtai services, on Thursday, at A V
57 vears.. Kelatlves and frlanlav alau WS.
aiua lauuja. Ko, t, 1, O. o, 7.. rVeaiilla
VVedn.sday. at H.tA i ' nt? ,ii'uWL, 1
dsnc'&ojf ePow.liS s.'"!!;,.' V
qulem Mass at St. James' Chureh M SoVsJ'
Interment at Heir Cm. r,air" w S In.
SHRIMP HAS A WRONG IDEA OF FASHIONABLE
t-ager. No. 7, I. O. O. F.: Dlreetors of Co
lumbia B. snd I,. Asso., the elders and con
gregation of the Oennnn Lutheran 7,lon
Church, are Invited to attend the funeral, on
Thureday, at 3 p. m., from hla late real
dence, 2153 North .10th at. Interment ML
Peace Cemetery. Lebanon (Pa.) papers please
WALTZ-On September 10, 1015, HANNAH
C WALTZ, widow of Joseph Waltx and
daughter of Jane and tho late John Crabtree.
Relatives snd friends, also Altar and Rosary
Societies and League of Sacred Heart, are
Invited to attend funeral, on Wednesday, at
8.30 a. m from her late residence. 6008
Cedar ave.. West Philadelphia. Solemn Msss
of Requiem Church or the Transnguratlon at
10 a. m Intorment Holy Cross Cemetery.
W HITESIBE. On September 20,101.1, MART
E., widow of the late Philip S. T. Whiteside,
In her With year. Relatives and friends are In
vited to attend the funeral services, on Thurs
day, at 2 p. m at late residence, 7211 Wood
land ave., West Philadelphia. Interment pri
vate. WILSON. On September 10. 1015, ELIZA
BETH, wife of Frank M. Wilson (nee Kid
ney). Relatives and friends are Invited to at
tend the funeral services, on Thursday, at 2
p. m., at her lato residence, 500 East Olrard
ave. Interment private, at Cedar Hill Ceme
tery. Friends may call Wednesday evening.
This STYLE TYPE (or like this)
One time ... 15c
Three times one week 12Hc
Six times one week 10c.
Situations Wanted, three times one week 10
cents psr line.
Place your order for three or
more times and it will be inserted
in the daily Public Ledger, at no
One or two time rate for Ete.vino Limii
and Pcbuo Lxdozr combined Is 10 cents per
L'P.9 Vth U'.l exception of Help Wanted and
Situations Wanted, which Is 15 cents per llns.
TYPE LIKE THIS (or like this)
?ehp,tC),,ePS'ts!tdua','lonU SSSlSl S&
S?i,,'i?V-rV'!"onS.U' Boarding and RoSm" idd
RATES LINE TO ANY OF ABOVE
There is a drug store near your
home that will accept Ledger want
ads at office rates.
HEEP WANTED FEMALE
D?.Ci?KEEPEii 'Pr shirtwaist menu
factory good sslaryi one who has experience
In that line preferred, muet have good raf!
erence. F Ui. Ledger Central g004 nU
call Bl6lHA,Jn.arvd. .""-r, Tot.stant:
t-au moi Vvayne ave.; Minn. Qmtwn. 678e!
CLOTH WEAVERS wanted. Apply JohiTI
Hill. pEone Chestnut Hill H87b. 1nMU,ut
'-'zytr'Jri' nna uownstairs work: Prot.i.n
CSII 6401 WT!?vor-h3gjfjrn?'8l7Stt:
sey; adult family. Meet employer fo?Wni.J
jMr'm?0- PUb" 'w.dn.'.'d'.'y;
GOVERNESS for New York for two ehiM-.,,-
Engll.h French and German. Sw w'
corner Hortter st. and Wlssahlckon ivi:.' Wo
goVCRNESS, Oerman-Wanted. a vouna ,.'
fined, intelligent person fSr two cWldren ' i
and 7 years of age. Apply 1022 8nai,lfr.an' "
ligUSEWoitK-Adult family of three 'who
send roost of wsshlng out, want a younr ".
perlenced colored girl for cenaral fiousewo!kT
no one without flrst-clsss reterencai i ini Si
considered. Apply for ln"uw Tneida
between la anS if. second floor? 1030 Chest-
HOTJSBWORK-A neat, reliable girl, white or'
.colored, lor general housoworkT good r.f.?r
esces! wages 18.60. Meet emnloyfr?Mma.v
or Tuesday. 10 a. m.. Room SFgttSfPffl
ifflHnT. ig'g sinssdv
lioPBEWgRTv general vmCTTkoTSSXr
settled woman In family of fiurj muJtlk.
children experience and reference rm,l.i
Oermantown. B 420, Ledger Ogle re,lurai
UfAtti -whtt. e.s.n.T: s
Experienced with fine trade" Apnl
"ori'll f ' SW"- k nooHi3:
BTRAWBRHX1B A CLOTHIER
SOFT HAT TRIMMERS, experienced ..,.
at once. Apply at peymasteVa rTf?fa .nt,d
B. Ststson (5o. 5th anS MwtioVeS .vi0hB
t6W' llAT1 .TRIMMElhetsiperleiiced n
at once. Apply at paymasts"s airVa. T,"1?
20 cara of agsi mu bo n.fYS1"
curstsi good penmsni permanent ttn?.."'
stats experience referen". and .. ft'MWf
peeled. F 87. Ledger Centra '''
. , CLERKS, 8
(l.a Commsrclsl Oepsrtmen.: "inl"r?,l"Hn
hslped hundrsdi of yoinV la'dlirlndSi?. b
tend ths Mine ,eourteey to yiu. ikii11!
free service to Udgeradyerty TWs Is a
ctees boarM heiiMi iilTi?J
TOI'Nfl VOMA.N, i . lo7""h."v.H
na a-oii. ,4 iuuae SM J m)Q?m"'
HOt'SKWORK-Exper. girl for sen hTC
small famllyi ref. reo. Jred .Jgijg!...
I ! I
FM' .9" J". O title gw't"-
HELP WANTED .7EMAI.E
LITERARY WOMAN, contributor to leading
fashion journals, living In centre of city, will
exchange dressmaking lessons for services of
vliltlng companion. P 803, Ledger Office.
TWO young ladles wanted In advertising ds
part ment: outsde work. 2110 N. FalrhlU at.
BKPR. wsnted; exp.l must bs tall, nice app.l
bring refs. from prev. emp. 1701 Chestnut.
CLERKS Women wsnted as govt, clerks; 170
month: Phlla examinations coming; sample
questions free. Franklin Institute, DepL 713
O. Rochester. N. Y.
HELP WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT'S office has vacancy for arabl
tlous young msn with some knowledge of
typewriting; salary nominal at first; good
chance to study profession. B 432, Led. Off.
BROOMMAKJ5R wanted. Apply FalrhlU Broom
Works. 2830 North Orkney.
BOY, 18 years old by January 1, for desirable
Inside position In retail stors; neat appear
ance and best of reference required. P 233,
BUTCHER wanted for etore In suburbs.
. ply Louis Huber. La Mott. Pa.
BUYER AND MANAGER
FREDERICK LOESEH A CO.,
Brooklyn, N. T,
Require a buyer and general merchan
dise manager for their departments of
waists, corsets, negligee, house dresses
These departments have long been
among the largest of their kind In this
country and require for their ad
ministration a man of broad and suc
cessful experience, who can take full
advantage of the very rapid growth
Applications will be treated In confi
dence. CABINETMAKERR-Wanted. 15 good cabinet
makers. Pooley Furniture Co.. 16th and In
CLOTH WEAVERS wanted. Apply John 4fc
Jsmes Dobson. Inc. Blanket Mills, Scott's
lane. Falls (if Schuylkill.
COOKS AND WAITERS wanted for model
town; located well In country; opportunity
for those who want clean work and healthy
surroundings; only persons of settled habits
and good character need apply: state wages
expeoted. Address M 322. Ledger Office.
CREEL CARD feeders, strippers and rlecora.
Apply John & James Dobeon. Inc., Blanket
Mills. Scott's lane. Falls of Schuylkill.
DRAFTSMAN Experienced In structural steel,
one with mechanical ability preferred, but not
necessary. F 884. Ledger Central.
FOUNDRY CHIPPERS wanted. Apply James
Barker. Inc., 6th and Cayuga sts.
HOSIERY boarder on tnfanta" rib work, Cafl
8211 Kensington ave. wt
LXtHB HANDS Semlautomatls Orldley, Acme
and Cleveland automatic machine hands
wanted; first-class men only; highest wages
paid. Apply Standard Rollar Bearing Co..
40th and Merlon ave.
MACHINISTS wanted, one or two flrst-clsss
machine operators, American Engineering Co..
Aramlngo ave. and Cumberland st.
MEN to take charge of mixing pickers. John
A James Dobson. Inc.. Blankst Mills. Scott's
lane Falls of Schuylkill. . pwv.s
REGISTERED pharmacist, competent man
with character and personality. 4000 Chestnut.
STEWARD In a manufacturing establishment
scrying lunches to employes; answer fully
STOCK SALESMAN wanted
I. .must have clean
record and references; exes
proposition which will yield
men wnicn win
WANTED Experienced, competent aluminum
spinners; good I wages, steady work; no labor
troubles new buildings; In writing give ref.
erence 'Address Toledo Cooker Company, To-
WANTED-Becond hand In card1 room to lake
charge of nine set of cards. Apply John
iittfi&gSto;" "r'"' '
COLORED houseman. Apply personally "rfnT.
verslty Hospital. 34th andBcru. at. Unl
utolni. rzvAM" e""-
BITTJATIONff WANTED PEMATaH
ilQOKKF.EPER. typist. exwrlTKcTS .irrr-T
tsns or omce work, deelres nosltion -vm. .
liable Arm. F 188,' Ledi-aT ' &ZV?,n 1,h '
UooklcicEPlCR-Expsrt leaser clerk i D vea
experience general clerlcar work; ranli S.
EOOin?Wepl!.U-Abuui a year's an.-l.--.
High Bchool graduate, Btt'lJSSFtSPJ
BOOKKEEPER , an3 .tsnographerrrhorT
-ZV.... i .1 . V'. y ' Led, cent
EOOKKEEPEP-sienographer. exo'i In... r-t
pnly.ln.perm. position r gaa. 'tU".'."'
BOOicKKEPER.eomn.jU J.,! " , '"';
olass reference. B fal. LerV, "nmii flr"'
BOOKKEEPER, best referenced d"as"ilr7
llble position.' F 258? fJedger cnltilT"p"i'
CHAMBERMAlfa and waltT;.! wtn" ' iii -.
mmsmekiTaiih") ,n pucraasaz
i , i aTtlT- " M8' dr" ""-i"
m i in iii i !. " ! 4V,
CTriLL)NniUi,--Joung .'oH.n -. - -
niisrencs. m uraps St., Manaviink " ""f
M.r,cv.i.wia nuna oeairaa. aulik awa .
ate at figures, good rV-m.n "il'i?, nl. scour-
Wvnv-. rInTa I... n i f nt,
anAil refarantf n.tklla - r.ICe as eooti
COOK-German Protestant no WSa
avaarl.ne.il aat ,atu. -' a. alTi?1
a-IvSy. " L-r"lZ,JmJS!J'
OOO.K.."? .Mb!naJ43? TJSosiS.JZS
sltustlons tegether: ref.
JffXAl' -a-:..'J-''t.i-l. -il" .1-1
.SKrisfr ..w'? iei
Utah aakri l-n
Sift La. roloriti
c".Vi "" .t"iP.',?.W a4 . ii.M. -.
1,1 1. J S an-urH' lTMaarS,aOa. fLaT i. 'VlflVII
. 4M. !
- . -. ,. . .
oirls (2). colored, want situations
or general housework separetelr, pho'
lnson 2620 W. 1B09 Christian st.
"haSa?.!1'. 7i Positions as maids or chess. M
Kr?1!"1' thoroughly compt: refs. AasS. ffi,
.8240, Ledger Branch. 8401 GerSintiV4I t
2JSniNESa8 companion, secy, position ee- 1
i.?1 i?Amr' "Oman.' German lrtnt F?! 1
IS ' VS. .K.":l mu'io. needlework; blietai 1
. ref. Mlsa Blertier. Pomfret Center. AS1 J
CSXn-.NE3S-5oUe? araduste. refined youk, II
woman, experienced, musical, flne embmtj. II
. erer; references; o. E 830. Ledger Cm5i
GOVERNESS. Catholic. French, with good rsT f I
erences. lgia N. Franklin St. ' a "
HOUPKKEEPER (managlng)-Posltlon wanlai
ty Competent, exnerlanpari i,....V. I"1"
t! ..rA'ln.enV,nt' accustomed to responslbUli.
B 430. Ledger Office.
HOUSEKEEPER Young woman, with rMii
"months old, wlshcsVrm?nt Position t
oncewlth widower's family. 533 Btllesst.
HOUSEWORK-Neat colored girl wishes ho,ui.
Wnrlf In nlyifrniitl itr..a ti.s T
goMref,r.nceV."cll or wrlteV'Tefl FSSF1
HOUSEWOnif temnprnW n- r.,V,.- i. ..
ored: altD homn. Mtv t a m e,tw
LDtT'uaM,Da.,ind ametree. no object Im "S
to light chamberwork, wnhts position, cc t
' -" ' "e -J ae Um Wi. ;.
LADY'S MAID, experienced and competent
desires position; city ref. P 301. LedgerOlt
ledger OH. 4
rURSE, practical, care for Invalid, day er
hcuri reaeonable; refs. F 349. Ledger Ccat
NURSE, practical, wishes care of Invalid,;
. doctor's reference. E 043. Ledger CentraL '
Bf.CRETAHY Exp. young lady, expert' stenoi.
lapher, ordinary knowledge of bookkeeping.
. desires position of trust. E 840, Led. Ceot
u.Mujuirjimt, private secretary, capable,
experienced as secretary, having assume
entire charge of office, assist in accounting
.. wo. -".. wo, iuucr uenirai
STRNOORAPHER, 8 years' experience, best's,
reference, desires position: with present em
ployer .1 years; death cause of change, fl
STENOGRAPHER and telephone operator, 1
years' exp.; smbltlous; willing to work for
.,iui,.iu,hi, r u.o, LeoKer central.
STENOGRAPHER, neat, dependable. wouH
consider moderate salary with opportunities;
reference. B 309, Ledger Office.
iTffV'ArfVl 1 Tl ( lSr ,.L. a x.l . I 'l
girl: 7 years' thorough experience; not afrall
.w.t , aagnger ventral.
BTENOORAPHER, expert,efflclent In taxis
ub, nanaiing corresponaence ana details;
thor. exp.; excel, refs- E 458. Ledger Cent.
bTENOGRAPHER-correspondent. 4 years' ex.
perience. capable of handling large office force
. and heavy correspondence. H 764. Led. Cent
STENOORAPHER and typist, with knowledge
of bookkeeping; a graduate with good nil.:
salary 16. y 447, Ledger Central.
STENOSlcAPHBR. reliable, weTl-tralned M-
glnner; references. E 855, Ledger Central.
STENOGRAPHER, 8 years' exp.; apt, rellaUs.
accurate.; moderate salary. F 343, Led. Cent,
STENOGRAPHER, exp.: familiar with 'law
and commercial work. E 523, Ledger CentraL
STENOGRAPHER, exp.; thor. exp'd In law
and banking work. F 441. Ledger Central.
STENOGRAPHER, comp.: 5 yrs. exp.: beet
references; 110-112. E 547. Ledger Central.
6TENOORAPHBR Astlstsnt bookkpr.; quick,
earnest: rsfs.: try ber. E 030, Ledger Cent.
STENOGRAPHER, quick, correct, good spsUerj
18 to stsrt. Address B.. 643 Oxford.
TEACHER, graduate Phlla. Normal School
desires to Instruct children private family
few hours dally. C 4; Ledger Office.
fELEPliONB OPERATOR and clerk, exp.,ds
sires position where effort and application
will count. B 343. Ledger Central.
WOMAN colored, wishes day's work or leua
dry work at home; good references. Call of
write. 783 8. 20th.
WOMAN wishes to act as traveling sgent for
firm or will demonstrate. F 444. Ledger
WOMAN, colored, wlshss cleaning
at in apart
ment house- experienced. 2000
ViOMANi colored, wishes day's work ef
washlng to take home. 620 S 17th st.
TOUNG WOMAN, college "educatlon,accue
tomed to meeting- tho public, desires ofllot
and clerical work. V 440, Ledger CentraL
COIJRED GIRL, Just from ths shore, like ps-'
sltlon housework In small family or in apart
ment: test reference and experience. Call r '
write, two days. 1247 Pesrl St. C 7. Led. OH.
NORTH GERMAN, refined, trustworthy, sole
to teach terfectly high German and kinder
garten, wishes position: reference 7142 Ger
mantown ave. Phone Chestnut Hill 832.
Through the Commercial Department at
Ledger Central, a large number of fir mi
have been able to secure competent
office -.help bookkeepers, stenographers
and clerical girls. The next time you
ere In need of an office asslstsnt, tele.
Ehone your Help Wanted ad to "Miss
lean." Ledger Central, Walnut 30ou.
She will select competent girls and sub
mit thsm for your consideration. This
Is a frse service to Ledger advertisers.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT, AS, with 15 years' experience!!
reference, F 157, Ledger Central.
ACCOUNTANT1. H married, elx years' efi
perience cost work and cashier; refers
E 830. Ledger Central, .
XtZOTNmT.hes' sets 'or books to sv
or keep evenings; moderate rates; blst
credentials. B 408, Ledger Office.
ACCOIJNT8 AUDITED, books opened, kept.
closed, day or evening i concerns not smpler
ng permanent riooKKeopers
Phone Tioga 5442 D.
ASSISTANT TO AN EXECUTIVE .
College maty 10 years thorough business
training, sales and office routine, deslrss per
manent connection, where personality and M
perlen.ee would be valuable to a busy man.
F 00, LEDGER CENTRAL,
BOOKKEEFBR-Nlne years' experience In reel
eatats.tneurance and manufacturing business;
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i knowlsdgs of stenography and type-
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