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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1916.
MANY (KM) PARIS
IN PRIZE SCENARIO
,The Author's Own Characteriza
tion of the Leading Roles in
"Phil and Delphine"
By the Photoplay Editor
To fflvo thft fchotojHay cast contestants nn
idea of the parts 'which they nto to play
there la' published below the character plot
of Adrian Oil Spear's prize film, "Fhlt and
Delphine," (By the wny, that la the work
Jnff title. Llko Mr. Clrimth and all the
great producers, Mr, Spear may havo to
change the name before production.) The
Metro Pictures Corporation will "cast" the
film With the leaders of tho contest when
It closes. There are seven Rlrls, a woman,
n child and threo men In the character plot
ns It now stands, but these 12 nro not the
only important actors. Every small "bit"
can bo made a startllnu part by tho actor
to whom It falls. Especially In comedy tho
small part can shine. Tho Photoplay Kdltor
recalls many comedies In which ono char
nbter, entering for perhaps 100 feet of film,
carried off honors nnd -was shortly starred.
Also In companies of established reputation
It Is not Unusual for a "star player" to tako
on n small bit.
Contestants nro Urged to study tho fol
lowing characterization. If you think that
you nro especially fitted for any one part,
hurry on with your votes nnd you will get
Philander Van Puicn Our hero. A
, Doug Fairbanks, Jack Barrymorci Max Fig-
man Bort of character. A Wg-heartcd,
l thoroughly likable, "nothlng-to-do-'tll-to-,
morrow" young man about town. A club
1 man with a valet and $300,000 a year.
Aside from that he's all right. Dresses
Jn the retght of fashion.
Delnhlno Drnyton Our heroins. A real
, rlrl with a real purpose In Ilfo. Works In
tho Interest of tho poor. Lovable, popular,
1 unaffected, beautiful (of course). Has
i deep lovo for children tho dirtier the
dourer. Her family has lived In Itltton-
houso squaro slnco Broad street was a
Tho Six American Beauties "Grown In
Philadelphia." Marian Mainline, Olga
Ogontz, Winifred Wayne, Louise Lnns-
downe, Natalia Norwood, Geratdlne Gor-
, malno-Towne. Tho most beautiful and
popular girls of these localities. Friends of
Delphlno's, her helpers in day-nursery
projects. All cx-flamcs of Phil's.
Podgcrs Phil's perfect English man
servant, called "ple-faco" for short, and
there's a reason. Austere, a butt for Phil's
Jokes, but very fond of him.
Methusolah II An antln.ua proprietor of
an antique shop. Very deaf, a rather pa
thetic flguro but humorous.
Llzettc Delphlno's maid. A bit.
Katrlna A scrub -woman at Phil's club.
Ills "mother" for S10.
Tot A stum child denizen of Rtttcnhouso
square. A llttlo girl of from 4 to 6. Very
pathetic and dirty.
Minor characters Children, all sorts and
conditions rich children, poor children, bad
children, good children. Their parents
(mostly mothers), postman, policeman, fire
men, telephone operators, carpenters, ex
pressmen, crew of department store delivery
wagons, clubmen, clerk in Caldwell's, clerks
, at Ledger Central, messenger, oyster saloon
man, wagon boss at Evening Ledger
office, two old maids, a brldo and groom,
hoppers and moro children.
Quests at Country Club, dinner dance A
bevy of pretty girls, men with flasks on
hip and Mrs. Teetotal, a fussy and furious
dowager, fat, fair and forty. A couple of
The organ In tho Belmont Theater Is
unique In. tho cast, owing to Its placing
In tho rear of the houso, in two sound-proof
1 chambers whence tho tono is thrown against
tho concrete celling and blended more per
fectly than Is often posstblo when tho or
1 ran Is directly In front of tho audience. It
Is electrically controlled In every respect by
the organist from his position at the con
sole in tho orchestra pit.
Tho Instrumentation Is very complete
embracing threo open strings, muted string,
two flutes, piccolo, clarinet, trumpet, tuba,
horn, tho powerful diapason phonon and
tibia and a very flno vox humana, In
addition there aro cathedral chimes, orcres
tra bells or glockenspiel nnd other acces
sories which tho hearers will appreciate.
5T year. .. Relative! and friends are Invited
to attend the funeral service, nn Wednesday.
St 2. p. m , at h! Into residence. 22T B.
Upaat St., Oermantown, Interment private.
lir.Y. On June 20. lOln. suddenly. In th Phil
ippine Inlands. BERTRAM W, IIF.Y. husband
of llertha M. itnnktna nmt Ann nt .Tames II
nnd Mary A- Ite y. Relative nnd frlenda are
Photo by Gutekunst.
E. H. TETERSON
WALNUT STREET TAILOll DEAD
Erick II. Peterson, n IUnson and Affil
iated With Business Associations.
Was 49 Years Old
Erick II. Peterson, a Watnut street tailor,
who enjoyed tho patronago of many of
Philadelphia's leading business nnd society
men, died at mldnlKht Saturday at his
homo, 1535 North Eighteenth street. Al
though ho had been 111 for several months,
his recovery had been expected.
Mr. Peterson conducted a shop nt 1119
Walnut street. Ho was 4!) years old and Is
survived by a widow, two sons nnd a daugh
ter. Ills sons arc Erick, Jr., aged 23, and
Philip, 18. Born In Stockholm, ho left
Sweden nt the ago of 18. Ho was educated
In tho public schools of his native country,
and ho learned tailoring Immediately fol
lowing his arrival hero. He was successful
from the start of his career.
Mr. Peterson was a member of tho board
of directors of tho Walnut Street Business
Association and also belonged to tho Hotary
Club. Ho was prominent In tho Masonlo
fraternity. Ho and his family attended tho
Messiah Lutheran Church, Sixteenth and
attend tho funeral services,
ruesuay, at, a p. m., at his parents' resi
dence, 120 Bast Fisher's ne., Olncy, Inter
ment private, at Hlllsldo Cemetery. No
Kynrx. on , August 17. loirt. george
DAVID, husband of Chrlsplne Kurel. aged 78
years. Relative, nnd friends are Invited to
attend the funeral services, on Wednesday, nt
11 n. m. precisely, nt his lata residence., 133
W. Qlrard nve. Interment strictly private.
Remains may bo viewed on Tuesday, from 7
to n p. m Automobile funeral.
MNSKNlir.nOKn, On August 18. lfllfl. IRVIN
s., husband of Gertrude Llnsenberger (pes
Varner). Relatives nnd friends, also l'hlladel-
Finin iionse. no oi, u. u. M.I l ramps
Kncflclnl Society nnd employes Cramps' dry
dock, nrn invited to attend the funeral serv
ices, on Tuesday, at 1 n m., nt his lata real-"fT.0..'.'."-'5
I-ast Sustiuehanna nve. Interment
nt Hlllsldo Cemetery via funeral car.
LOWnil. Ou August 10. 1010, CIiniSTIANA.
widow of Frederick Looser, aged 74 years.
Itelatlves nnd friends nro Invited to nttend
the funeral services, on Tuesday, at 2 p. m..
nt her lato residence, B132 chestnut at. In
terment at Montrose Cemetery.
MAYER. On August 10, 1010. nUPHIlT, mis
bind of t'atherlno II. Mayer, need 78 years.
Itelattven nnd frlenda are Invited to attend tho
funeral services, on Tuesday, at 3 p. m. pre
cisely, at his lat resldenco. 010 North Oth St.
Interment strictly private
MctfUi:. On Awnist 10. 1010, FRANCIS .T.
McC'UE, on of tho lato I'eter and Mary
Mct'Uf. Relatives and friends are Invito to
nttend the funeral, on Wcdnmday. at n:.1o a.
rn... from Ssin Spring Garden at. Solemn
hlch mass In Ht. Agatha's Church at 10 a. m.
Interment at Cathedral Cemetery.
MrOLAIn. On August 10. 1010. at TarksMa
Apartments, MARY It., widow of Charles Me
Glade, formerly of Atlantic City, N. J Solemn
renulem mnss at St John Evangelist Church,
13lh at, nbovo Chestnut St., on Tuesday, at 10
a. m. Interment strictly private. Auto fu
neral. Kindly omit flowers.
MITCHELL. On August 10, 1010, WILLIAM
A., husband of Anna ;, Keeler Mltohnll, Itela
tlves nnd friends am Invited to attend tho
funeral services, on Tuesday, at 2 p. m . at
his lato residence, 70 W. Johnson at., Oer
mantown. Interment private.
O'DONNKM,. On August
Prominent Photoplay Presentations
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0. into. itosR
Patrick O'Donnell and
A. & II. M. Warner have secured tho
rights to all tho Ella Wheeler Wilcox poems
for filming and propose to releaso them in
1 the form of two reelers at the rate of one a
week, commencing tho lattor part of Sep-
' tember. Tho scenarios are to be made by
Ituth Helen Davis and the pictures nro to ba
disposed of via State rights. Tho name of
the first orie Is "A Married Coquette." Tho
four principal members of the company en
gaged to enact these scenarios are Arthur
Ashley, Walter Miller, Lucille Taft, Car
WOMAN SUES WOMAN FOR
THROWING HER DOWNSTAIRS
Wife of Berks County Prison Inspector
Defendant in Claim for Damages
HEADING, Pa.. Aug. 21. Mrs. Ellen N.
Miller, wlfo of ono of tho Berks prison In
spectors, wns made defendant In n $5000
damage cult brought In court here today
by Mrs. Carrie Bocker, who accusscs Mrs.
Miller of throwing hor down n flight of
Btalrs In a Penn street apartment house,
two wccks ago.
Mrs. Miller suffered a fractured hip and
a dislocated collarbone and has been In the
hospital ever since. Her husband also de
mands 2500 for loss of services and medi
-On August 20. 1010, MART J09
, wlfo of John C. Phlllnp and daugh
is Into Robrt and Rebecca Aleran-
CAMEItON. In loving remmbrancs of ROBERT
I CAMERON, who died August 21. 1H14.
WIFE AND CHILDREN, FATHER AND
STEWART. rln memory of CORBIN O. STEW
ART, died August 21. 1909.
Municipal Band Concert Program
The Municipal Band, under the leader
ship of Benjamin Itoeshman, will play to
night at H and Qllham streets, Lawndnle.
The program follows:
&Drr,iXs3i,.1Um Tel1" .....RosUnt
Tana sain .!... , Hfim-J.' i ..'
1 -j 1 .. " r-irvie,J "imam rajran.
Grand "ejection. Tnnnnauser" Wa
VaUo dl Concert, "lllus Uanuh utl
'America a Fantaalo'
PKATURB Ft Lit 8
MTASLBrTint half of week: Mariuerlta
Clark. In "Little Lady Eileen." a Paramount
feature! Burton Holmes', travelogue, comedy.
Se?.B l!?tur?" and educational features. Second
half: Blanche Sweet. In "Public Opinion." a
Ijislcy production, and others,
BE.IIN. On Auxust 19. 1MB, suddenly, at
Sea Islo City. N. J.. THOMAS, youngest son
of Vincent Sf. nnd Anna a. lleahn (neo Mc
Kadden). Funeral will tako place from tho
residence of his grandmother. Mrs. Ellon Me
Fndden, 401(1 Oreeno at.. Oermantown, on
Tuesday, nt 2 p. m. Interment private, rlease
ntlllMi:. On Ausust 20. 1010, JAMES EE
JVOOl), son of Charles K. nnd Mabel I,,
llohmo, aged 0 months. Relatives and friends
are Invited to attend ths funeral services, on
Wednesday, at 2:30 p. m. precisely, at the
residence of his crandparents, James I and
Sarah J. McDoug-al. 2320 H. 17th st. In
terment nt Mount ilorlah Cemetery.
nilTTERWORTH. on August 20. 1910.
THOMAS B.. son of tho lato Thomas Edwin
and Emllo uutterworth nnd grandson of the
lato Edwin and Ester Uutterworth. need 4
COUSH. On Auwist 19. 1010. CHARLES IOI.
I.OCK, son of Charles and Emma Pollock
Coras, aced 24 years. Relatlvcfc and frlenda
are Invited to attend tha funeral, on Tuea.
day. at 2:30 p. m. Interment at Lockhaven.
DII-TTERICK-H-EECKER. On Ausust 20,1010.
HOS1NA WEECKER. widow of Oeorca bleteri
Ick. In the 71st year of her ate. Itelatlves
and friends are Invited to attend tha
funeral services, on Wednesday, nt 2 p. m.. at
the residence of her sonlntaw. Dr. Augustus
H Keller. 23.11 E. Clenrfleld at. Interment pri
vate. Automobile funeral.
DOWMML-On August 19. 1010. IIANORA.
wlfo of Joseph Howling. Relatives and frlenda
ara Invited to attend tho funeral, from her
lato residence. 2002 Diamond St., on
Wednesday, at 8:30 a. m. Solemn high maas
at the Church of tho Most 1'reclous Blood, at
10 a.-m. Interment at New Cathedral Ceme
terv. EASTIUinN. On August 10, 1016. at hla lata
residence. B310 Jefferson St.. Gormantpwn,
WILLIAM P . husband of Mary Osborne East
burn. Solemn requiem mass at St. Vincent
do 1'aul'a Church, on Tuesday, at 10 a. ra.
FOX. On August in. 1010. MARGARET P..
wife of Michael P. Fox. Kelathea and friends
are Invited to attend the funeral, on Wednes
day, at 7'30 n. m., from her husband's resi
dence, 2113 North 21st st. Solemn requiem
mass nt St. Elizabeth's Church, at 0 a. m.
precisely. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
riisi;. On Auriut "o. lots. ltAnnv Nmfc.
TON, husband of Louisa l'llley Funk, aged
dnushter of tho lato Daniel and stasia Diirfv
Relatives and friends, nlso tho Lencuo of the
Sacred Heart and tho Altar Society of the
Church of tho Nativity, nro Invited to nttend
the funeral, on Thursday, nt 8:30 a. m., from
her husband'a residence, 2207 E, Clearfield
at. Solemn requiem maas at tho Church of
tho Nntlvlty. nt 10 n. m. Interment at St.
.inn a cemetery
rillf.HT. On J
ter Of tha Into Ttnhart nnrl nal..n Ita.nH
tier. Relatives and friends nre invited to at
tend tho funeral, on Wednesday, nt 8:30
n. m., from her lato residence, 2170 E.
Tucker st. Solemn high mass of requiem
at St. Ann's Church, at 10 a. m. Interment
1 rrniwoiKi uomeinry.
nr.OAN. On Aurust 20, lOlO.ntEBE IxlUISE.
widow of Dennis A. Regan, In her 78th year.
Relatives and friends nro Invited to attend
the funeral services, on Wednesday, at 2
R. mv, prj;cl,.!li'ttl hn Parlors of Oeorga
Chandler Taul & Sons. 1321 N. 1.1th st. Inter
ment private nt Fernwood Cemetery. Auto
ROBERTS. pn August 10. 1010. EDWIN F.
husb.tnd of Ida J. Roberts, nged 00 years
Itolatives and friends nre Invited to nttend tho
funeral services, on Tuesday, at 2 P. m.. at
his lato residence. D321 N. 13th at. interment
RUTH. On August 20, 1010. ELI D. RUTH.
2R?l 7.3 yeW- ,D.U0 no.t,ce c funeral will be
Hr?Vri&?!,;nhtl.a U,t9 residence. 071 N. 30th st.
HvA!T.'.yMi"0"'-',n August 10. 1010, ED
W iPt 1'-. StTATrERQOOD. S-rvlceV and In
terment strictly private, at tho convcnlcnco
of tho family.
S5Il.T,.L'"in ' 10. 1010, JOHN J., son
of tho late John nnd Annlo Smith (neo Mc
c.ft.nn'. .J'clatlves and frlenda nro invited to
nttend. tho funcrnl. on Tuesday, at nmn n m
IStmiv .un.clc!" residence, Michael Krause.
- "" .'t'lifiuiiiriy iivp. solemn requiem
mass nt St. Elizabeth's Church, at 11 a. m.
ST.l."'-0.!..A"CT",t 10. 1010. nt Wilmington
Del.. CHRISTOPHER J5TAIB. Relatives and
lwnfi also William C. Hamilton Lodge. No.
R0O. F. nnd M.j Tristram H. Frremani
Royal Arch Chnpter. No, 2t3i Corinthian
Chasjcur Commandery, No. 03; K. T Lu
Lu Templei A. A. p. N. M. S.: Friendship
1-year Beneficial Society, aro Invited to attend
the funoral services nt tho residence of W.
II. Robinson. Jr.. 1000 Jackson St., Wllmlng-tni??.el.-i
"D. Tuesday, at 10 a. m. Interment
nt Hillside. Cemetery, Philadelphia, l'a.. upon
the nrrlval of train duo at Broad Street sta
tion 11:50 a. m. Remains may be viewed on
Mnndnv, 7 to it p. m.
STIXnER.-On August 10, 1010. EDWARD W.
STINOER. Further notice of tho funeral will
VS. Kl).en- tfC1m th0 resldenco of his mother.
KltH South 33d st.
VAN AKKN. On August 18, 1910. OEOROE
Jl . husband of tha late Joanna Van Aken.
aged 70 years. Relatives and friends nr In.
vltcd to nttend tho funeral services, on Tues
day. at 2 p, m., at Ills lato residence. 2017
South 17th st. Interment at North Laurel
"m .ciiiricry. r ncnuo may view remnins on
3COST AND IOTJND
PIN tost. In Atlantis City. Aug, fl. 1916. dU
mond crescent pin. containing 20 "iWnno
Platinum crown and rold hack. Rewaru '
If returned to R. J. Taylor, Inc.. 1000 -ai
2 1-0 eirsli. surryondeJ with 00 smal
ti?nedr to" Jl E?Caldw-eliro02 Chestnut
Lost, In Chestnut Hill. Caboehon mjj
ilghlng 8U carats: Pltlnjm ?
" S rtliirin. nna Chestnut at.
BOOKKEEPER wanted thoroughly expeHeneed
doubI-entry;.nono other need apply, aooaaai
nrys state exp.: one residing In '""""JJ'o" J V
Frankford preferrcdM OSSLedgerCeniraN
BOOKKEEPER In real estato omce! state 'ftr5r
mm qnnHflcallons. , M 0112. Ledger Central.
CARETAKER, small . apartment housoi no pay.
but free heat, light and apartment. Taulane,
QUO Walnut t.
H Belmont Theater
Has Joined the constantly IncrcaslnR
number of Philadelphia's lending
photoplay theaters to install a
At tho Belmont Theater tho silent drama
ceases to bo silent. Tho Kimball Organ puts
llfo nnd emotion on tho screen nnd registers,
In Round, every human nnpeal as It Is ex
pressed on tho film, thorcby giving natural
ness and realism to tho story.
Every combination of sound nnd tono can
bo produced by this Instrument. No human
orchestra or group of musicians could pos
sibly equal tho variety or quickness of
manipulation which Is now possible with
this -wonderful Instrument.
Where can you securo greater enjoyment
than witnessing; a photoplay production of
America's leading stars, accompanied by
muslo that combines tho grandeur of tho
Cathedral Organ and tho Symphony Or
oliestrn? First Playinc Today by
William C. Lovctt, Master Organist
Monday nnd Tuesday
I'niillne Frederick In "The World's Great
Wednesday nnd Thursday
Jinry I'lckfortl in "aintlnme Butterfly."
COMBINO AND DRAWING nOOM HELP
Rcdoublers, spinners, twisters and doffers
Arrivr john a james dobson, inc.
Carpet and Plush Mills
nidge ave. above Allegheny
Falls of Schuylkill.
CemitnufA tr -.. . -
. . "trains Col
LATIin. vertical bor ng mm .i"T-Ssi
machlno ntters. etc!. W..BM lt
Kmplpyrnent UepMtfntnT if J' Jyi3
IMRORERS wanted for .. 7, T&S.
N. W. cor. mrTknd nfown'sff ' C
LAIIORERS, . ntly7v,hMJiS!---M
omigiiny.AmDler, ra. wtiii.
MACHINISTS andlearnV i5
Orlanna st. 'earners wantMriS
MAN .AND WIPE to do-i77-' - JjS
li13iE?deer.CentraV " anl nSm
.rE!T.Tr"no rn. . -
JtELTERS Two Mnrin.1-rr:
ncld open-hearth furnace- if 'orli
burning. Apply in i'ii,ln ni
WAIertown. .Mass.. Mstlmf .t'? IS
enrea and trn... Ji.i.li,,n tXPer nir
MEN. 10. wanted to leain ... -A
pork packing business; T 22o iSS 7W.
3040 Oermantown nvc. Mr h,)n'.iV
COOK Assistant and dlnlng:room girl, white,
wanted for institution of 65 beds; best refer
ences required. 11 102, Ledger Office.
COOK Toung colored woman for light cooking:
must bo neat and havo good references. Apply
Monday. 8 p. m,, Room 205, 008Chestniit St.
r'nnv n( ..taa. fn. Itfiln I. (net referenca re-
nulred. Meet employer 11 a. m.. Saturday,
Room 200. 008 Chestnut st.
llradley Co., 1
8U4 Arcn st.
QIRLS over 10 years wanted for. light work!
no experience necessary! 15 week paid while
learning. Apply 319 North 32d at.
QRISWOLD WORSTED CO.
Starting up raw maclftnery. Want girls!
good wages, steady work, and will pay while
HOSIERT Exp, knitters and toppers) learners
paid while learning. 1020 North Lawrence.
HOTEL CASHIER, experienced, Whitney sys-
tern, m no, Ledger central.
HOUSEWORK Olrl for light housework;
washing. II 030. Ledger Central.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted, mlddlo aged.
LACE MENDERS, experienced.
Ilromley & Sons. Lehigh avc. below
LEARNERS for lace curtain mending: good
Say while learning. Applv John Bromley A
ons, Lehigh ave. below .Kront.
MENDERS on levers laces: also girls to learn:
must bo over 10 years. Apply Rromley Laco
Co.. Lehigh ave. below Front.
LIT BROTHERS REQUIRE MILLINERS
APPLT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Apr Any a chestnut
? . U k -rt. BELOW 10TH
Bessie Love and Wilfred Lucas
In "HELL-TO-PAY AUSTIN"
April I f 62D AND THOMPSON
frJl-JJ MATINEE DAILY
TRIANGLE Presents NORSLV TALMADGB In
"THE CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE"
niLLIE HUHKE In "Qlorla'a Romance" No. 8.
I217I lf"llTT "D ADOVE MARKET
DUiLtlVlVjlN 1 Mats.. 1:30 A 3:30. 10c
Evgs., 0..10, 8. 0:30, lfio
Pauline Frederick "' "TUVS world's
a uuuiiL. tcucm.it, GREAT SNARE"
n August 20. 1010. suddenly of
pnoumonla. HENRI OTTO WALLACE. b
Ioed son of Mario Louise Wallace, aged 11
years. Relatives and frlcndfc are Invited to
nttend the funeral services, on Tuesday, at
It a. m.. nt tho resldenco of his grandparents.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Alhrecht. 1103 N. loth
fit Interment private.
WARNER. On August 20. 1010. suddenly, at
Capo May. N. J OROROE WARNER, need
04 years. Relatives and friends of the family
aro Invited to attend tho funeral services,
without further notice, from his late residence.
1800 N. 17th at., on Fourth-day, 23d. at 11
a. m. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers.
EUREKA iorn AND MAnKET
VIOLET MERSEREAU in
f ARnFN B3D & LANSDOWNB AVE.
IjAKUIMN EVENINO 0:30 TO 11
In "A YOKE OP GOLD"
Also Two-Reel Drama and Kalem Comedy
OI Y M P T A nrtoADND
Ji I 1Y1 r I A BAINDRIDOE
The maximum in comfort, safety and amuii.
mtntt at the minimum price. MATS. DAILY,
WilUam Russell in "Soul Mates"
PKTAP C0T" AND CEDAR AVE.
lEiLSI. PAltAtlOUXT THEATER
GAIL KANE ..pp,,
LOGAN THEATER i8l &OAU
In "THE SMUGGLERS'
I OPl TQT r,2D AND LOCUST
LiVUUOJl Mats. 1:80 and 3:30,
j.vrb.. n:uu, h, d:30.
Edith Storey in "The Shop' Girl"
Market St. Theater "gF1
... . . TRIANGLE Presents
.JKILUAM LUCAS In "ACQUITTED"
JACKIE SAUNDERS In "THE GRIP OF EVIL"
FAIRMOUNT S.0T" Trard ave.
In "UNDER TWO FLAGS"
FRANKFORD 4m mMna,vB
In "SILKS AND SATINS"
CCTU CT" THEATER
OO 111 Jl. Tlnlnw Sp
Tlolow Snruco. Even. 7 to 11.
WALLACE 11EID and CLEO RIDGLEY In "Tho
Selfish Woman." HARRY WATSON In
"The Mishaps or juusty surfer."
mDn AVENUE THEATER
01IV-iI- 7TH AND GIRARD AVENUE
Fannie Ward and Sessue Hayakawa
in "THE CHEAT"
IRIS THEATER 3H0 JS'S"0
In "THE DEVIL AT HIS ELBOW"
IITI7I7CIJCOM 20T" AJJD DAUPHIN
HENRY KING in "PAY DIRT"
BILL1K BURKE In "GLORIA'S ROMANCE"
LAFAYETTE :0" KBN8,NaNOa
In "THE THOUSAND DOLLAR HUSBAND"
YrrATYn,I? FORTY-FIRST AND
LJl.AL'rJ.IV. LANCASTER AVENUE
JESSE L. LASKY Presents
WALLACE REID nnd CLEO RIDOLEY In
"THE SELFISH WOMAN"
LIDC DTV BROAD AND
IBtK 1 I COLUMBIA
WILLIAM S. HART in
"THE CAPTIVE GOD"
PALACE 12U MAnKET STREET
In "HULDA FROM HOLLAND"
or.W.lAT0.R' experienced on machines. Mlllas,
4.V-' York ave.. bot. 4th and Bth. bol. Noble.
MEN Wanted laborcrsVnTTr -J&
8Ti:NOGRAPHEnTon-T--T iT?Si-y It
bookkeeping experience: givi J ?.'.
bookkeeping experience: glva mL", tvi
ence, reference and ago. ? ,' ,t
"""" ana i(0 j.ari
. .. , with
m.. --.".' vr
YOUNG MEN, two, wanted not ... TK
old. in delivery servlco if a tiSl'S '
good opportunity for right mii"iWr
. reference. H 74fjLfr,;.rl cStVi'4"
WE STILL. NEED mnrirfJttg
mtn and Chestnut .V:
E STILL NEED more-r7iUbiTr-
rn at ornamental Iron work iX"vV.
easily learn; will
i..ii tr.:"'.'Bt "u .wq
...i1'.. " .r:""' 2F." helpers or
can mako 120
nge anti oxp.
r '1 liM.
ACCOUNTANT for 33 ncc. itarf. Cu
ft: clerks, real estato. 1B comitnSS "
tors. 2. tSO mo.: general clki , "5 ?,
foreman brass foundry: other MA.f,i "
. BUSINESS .SERVICE Co!, jjf ",a M
merclal. 000. Apnly ImmedlatSv 'Kfi,'
era' Agency. 327 Terry Uldg "p,ii rji3
AUTOMOBILE AGENT with i.rtc, .dS.
handle popular-priced touring V J ..i""-
Philadelphia today and tomorro. "ki '
044, Ledger Central. "orro, Ba
i( 'uiar-pr ma touring en. .v.
Phi adelphla and vlcinTtrTLifill H
good opportunity for I In' ukvS
r'n ntrant n.ltt. - " "t(l( iHMl
1 tlrti rAA,t
fuu, huwu i'iuriunii- ior live irni
nrturnr'fl naent with ni- . A"0!
SITUATIONS L. .WATTJSD-.narjfa
Aa.?'i""1.J S'i .Vi?lEA ?. sil
il"-vJ"!'I-""."",'.lVJJ!!at' iH. Uiei
-rrr i.nn.i.vmni hh .: . srv
30K, chambermaid and wsltreiTwlBT
together. Call Room 205. M8 Ctata &?
COOK, first clnss: wages $8; rferenMrr,irs
OPERATORS, experienced on men's
neckwear. T. P. McCutchoon Bro..
PI tea I rn Bulldlnr. 11th and Arch.
OPERATORS, tuckors. trimmers on all parts of
shirtwaists, cotton, ellk, crepes and georgettes.
.mHniunr.ucifi imupmiy, ,iu nnniirown.
OPERATORS, experienced on Union special twin
.i;ri"..",'.:.,-.i"""'. Ku...wW"i... "yff'enia
.- i.r- ru umwinmr V.U., tn, M, ItOWnrO.
OPERATORS on. silk dresses: only those oinerl
encea in this lino of .work need apply. A. II.
SALESLADIES wnnled'fnr cloak and ault da-
partment. Apply M. Sllberman & Sons, Otb
and South sts.
We have positions In many departments for
jment. heforo 11
experienced and competent salespeople for
.VWUR1DQE & CLOTHIER.
SHOES Experienced tip ropnlrers. colored and
patent leather: 7th floor. 31S N. 12th at.
SOLICITOR, photogrnphs; lady; refined appear
ance. Holden. liSIU Oermantown avo.
STOCK OIRI.S wanted: elegant opportunity for
advancement. M. Sllberman Sons, Oth and
COOK, neat, colored, from South: -r--
caiiHoom 2U3, jioh .Chestnut st. "
COOK wlahea positionrprlvnts famlii:rM2
GOVERNESS In achool. aernunna FrtncT:
tpmpornry to ono largo child. R 01J. Xm,J
GOVEKNESS, . English, ctfs. French. EmiS
music, drawing; dally pref. H 822 IJf
HOUSEKEEPER, working, tilnTwu
Sept.l:suburbs: best ret. II 828, 11 ct
NURSERY GOVERNESS iTeflnelnSa
young woman desires permanent pmlffiit 3
nBsumo entlro caro of clothes. Imm
branches, music, embroidery. enlru
no objection to traveling: city or wimtrpS
rollent references, 8, H TlO.JjSlrSJJ
PIANIST Youns lady, classical. popUr
good sight reader, desires engirettmur
htghchxss opening. H TJyrercffiii
YOUNG WOMAN wishes posltloa ti'cKk'.
housework. 0 South Molo st. jj
ACCOUNTANT Man. 2.1 years, wfihn t
aa auditor or confldontlal asslitint to rkS
manngcr of progressive concern: ttaraniii
familiar with every phase of bualneiMrXv
ing accounting, management. inlmitKn
etc.; heat of ret.; iir.nn. II B40. Lvlntte
IOOKKEEPER. nso 22. experienced wtibrT
change; commission produce houw trttont
II 211). Ledger Offlco. . .
PARKT I1IDOE AVE. & DAUPHIN ST.
i -r-vivrv jrAT 2.15 EVfJ fl
VICTOR MOORE in "THE CLOWN"
"SECRET OF THE SUBMARINE." NO. 12
METRO Presents FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN In
,.lA VIRGINIA ROMANCE"
CHARLES CHAl'IJN In "ONE A. M." .
RIALTO OERMANTOWN AVE.
-.-.n. a J AT TULPEHOCKEN' ST.
In "MARIA ROSA"
RI1RY MARKET STREET
BELOW 7TH STREET
nil. FOX Presents
Dorothy Bernard ,n ,,flPOnT,JJPoolv.
SAVOY 12U MARKET
t rYft&Ja" CORP. Presents
TIOGA 17T" AND VENANGO STS.
PARAMOUNT rresents MYRTLE RTEDMAN
In "THE AMERICAN BEAUTY"
.. ..w .. wu..x 1 I
VICTO R I A MAnKET st.
Iirt ABOVE NINTH
In JTHEMARRIAOE OF MOLLY.O"
STANLEY arA?fPt A?0VE 1JTH
In "LITTLE LADY EILEEN"
iiiimnmnmiiimiinmiiinmnniiimii.. -........,,. ..,,,,,,,
TELEPHONE OPERATORS Tho Bell Telephone
Company offers positions as operators to In
telligent young women between 18 nnd 2"
years old: salary JO a week whllo learning,
wltb rapid adancement: a steady position
asanred. with pleaaant surroundings and un
usual opportunity of promotion. Apply In
person to the Bell Telephono Company's opera
torj,; school. 400 Market St.. dally between
8:30 a. m. and o p. m. Monday. Tuesday and
Friday evenings between 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS, local and long dls-
Jf""(.;T'J" " ."' -fn'flw -Avsysiono iciepnone
Co.. 135 S. 2d-at.. Room 4QB.
WAITRESSES, white, for largo Atlantic City
halnl wmrt arorrft Av.ta J s - .
Mrs. Mead. Room 205, 00S Chestnut st.
WU-IAM'H 1NHTITUTK wnnf- wrtm -.k
Btronc personality and convincing manner for
ruuA,l't nui- -n uoiors a-, oupervisor.
linn rrhoKtmit t ?a i. ' ""v0".
1U0O Chjstnut St.. 2d floor.
WO.MEN Tho eastern manager of a largo Chi
cago corporation. wishes to meet 2 or 8 women
between 20 nnd 40 with tha equivalent of high
school education and free to travel; those hired
will bo given good permanent proposition which
offers unusual opportunity to a qualified
woman: give nge. education, previous expert
enco and phono number in first letter. Address
O 842. Ledger Control.
TEACHERS WANTED, high and grades: good
salary. NATIONAL TEACHERS' AOENCY.
D. H. COOK. MANAGER. 327 Perry Building:
HELP WAN - D MALE
ond half: Olga. Prey and Henry B. Walthall'
in Ibaen'a "Pillars of Society," a Triangle,
probably mada by Mr. Griffith himself.
'"ffS1 !?' I,11..3 'O' Plckford. In
"Hulda Front Holland." a Famous Players.
Paramount film. Second half: Wallace
S'tS ndF'50 KMlIey. inThe House of the
Qolden Windows." a, Laaky. Paramount film.
VICTORIA Monday and Tuesday, "Tha Mar
f,,aS? "A Mo'l'-O." with Mao Marsh and
Bobby Harron.a Trtangls feature, and Slack
'w.Rl,..,,! 'Madcap Ambrose." a Keystone
riot. Wednesday and Thursday, "Honor Thy
Name." Triangle feature, with Keenan. Ray
and Louisa Glaum, and a Draw comedy. Fri
day and Saturday, Metro feature, "Tha Weak
ness of Strength" and "Pllla of Peril." a
JCEITH'SHttt Kalmar and Jesala Brown. In
"Nursery-Land". Douglas J. Wood i Co In
"Tho Shoplifter": Dong Fonr Ouo and Ilarrv
Haw, Avellng and Lloyd. Willi. Sola Th
Stelndsl Brothers. "Folk. d'Amour": art dano
toe by the Crisps, and the Floreuc Duo.
QLOBE "The Colonial Belles," musical, and
"The Scoop." a. dramatic sketch; tho Gliding
O-Mjaraa. "A study In Black and Tan":
Reader's invention la posing, "Tha Messenger
Boy. SoubrUta and thV Dlndy-'s Ash!
and Morgan. Mart. Sparrow. Kan. and Wag
ner.s.na David B. JUll Co., tn "Just Com.
KM.V'S ORAXD Rov Itlrrah M. --
roller skatliur. Havdn. Borden nnA ITv.Ih 1
bumorouj sketch. Marl, and Billy Jrt, St.
. ?,enjV i?1 ""- Maud. Ryan and Dave
Vani 1.14 aut company.
CROSB XBYS--First half of week: Otorg.
Wblto.y'a Mgro musical tabloid. "Th. Smart
Bet"; Brt Wilcox and company In "V
Count of No Account," Baker. Sbermand and
Remington. WUU Duo anit John and P7I
fgOPLB'S HtoMnui with Ros. BydelP.
Famous London lUlln. with a largo cast In
dudtna J9I ny W.ber and Fyiyoco CornelL
Martyred Priest to Be Honored
Catholic clergy of thla city expressed deep
Interest and Eratlflcation yesterday over the
proposed beatification of Father Isaac
Jogues. who fan tortured arul put to death
by the Indians In J853 In, New York State.
The plan, to acclaim him a saint Is indicated
In cafcla dispatches from Roma, which say
tliat the Congregation of Ilitea la formally
coasldarlac tha matter.
CStys Paving- Stetljod Approved
Joseph A. Itourke and John Carty. the
BeUon JubUe Wor Cepartment engineers
who ttu'iitd the ?hiUelphbi paving situa
tion t Mayor CurKy request, have pn
Bt4 . report l& tha Iayor la whisli they
HtuiHi Mt th sntirp e-gtoserfRa-
tetHmSiSSilSS ""r1 'Iviosowi:
EVENING LEDGER PHOTOPLAY CALENDAR
E"KBY MONDAY SUBJECT TO CHANGE
VEKK ATJO. SI TO 28
The Children In tho House
B. Loo and W. Lucas.
Hell to Fay Austin
IJary Plckford. in
Poor Llttlo Pepplna
Paulino Frederick. In
The World's Great Snar.
Oall Kane, In
Paying the Prlc.
Violet Mera'reau, in
Theda Bara. In
Under Two Flags
Marguerlta Clark. In
Silks and Bating
Held and Rtdgley, In
The Selflah Woman
A Yolk of Gold
Ward and Hayakawa,
Dorothy Oreen. In
Th. Devil at His Elbow
, Pay Dirt
Blanch. 8wet. In Th.
Thousand Dollar Husband
Keld and Rldsley. In
The Selfish Woman
William S. Hart. In
Tha Captive Ood
Edith Storey. In
The Shop Olrl
Donald Brian, in
The Grip of Evtl
William Ruell. tn
Mary Plckford. la
ulda From Holland
Victor Moor., in
A Virginia Romanc.
Chaplin, in On. A. M.
Ooraldln. Farrar, In
Dorothy Bernard, in
Mollis King, la
Tb. Summer Olrl
Marguerite Clark. In
Utile Ldy Eileen
Myrtle Stedman, in
Tha American Ueautr
Ma .aitb- ta .. I
Tt. Karriase ct
B, I.ov and W. Lucas, tn
Hell to Pay Austin
Paulina Frederick. In
Th. World's Qreat Snar.
Victor Moor., in
Lillian Walker. In
Marguerite Clark, in
Silks and Satins
Lenore Ulrich, In
Reld and Rldgley. In
Th. Selfish Woman
Hall and Leonard, in
Th. Crippled Hand
Alice Brady, In
Charles Ray. in
.Theda Bara. tn
Under Two Flags
Reaves Eaaon. in
Th. Better Woman
Reld and Rldcley. in
Tho Selfish Woman
King and Ashley, in
Th. Summer Girl
Edith Storey. In
Th. Shop Olrl
Donald Brian. In
Olga Petrova. in
The Eterna Question
Alice Brady. In
Lionel Barrymoro, In Th.
Quitter, Tha Qrlp of Evil
B. Lovo and W, Lucas, In
Hell to Pay Austin
Mary Plckford. In
Arnold Daly, In
Th. House of Fear
Robert Edeson. In
Father of Men
Price; Peg o' th.
In Paying- th.
Blaclcw.ll and Ostrich. In
Sally In Our Alley
D.Wolf Hopper. In Strand,
ed; Qlorla'a Romanc.
Leah Balrd. In
Th. Light of New York
Douxla Fairbanks, in
Fllrtlnr With Fat.
Ralph Hen. In
Th. Purpl. Lady
Lorkwood and Allison, in
Th. Rlyer of Romanc.
Ma. .Murrav. In
Sweet Kitty Bellalrs
Frank Keenan. in
Anlta Stewart, in
The Daring of Diana
Mollis Kinr. In
Th. Summer Girl
Olga Petrgva. In
Th. Eternal Question
Under Two Flag
Robert Warwick. In
Oeorga Walsh and Anna
Luther, In The Beast
Hiry Walthall. In
PllUra of Society
Mary Plckford. In
Richard Iluhler Rosetta
Dries, In Qods of Fat.
Louise Huff. In
Ethel Barrymoro. In
Th. Kiss of Hat.
W. 8. Hart. In Th. Cap
tive God; Gloria' Romanc.
Clayton and 111 kwell.
A Woman's Way
Viola Dana. In Tho Flower
of No, Man' Land
Marguerite Clark. In
Silks and Satin
Crute nnd Anderson, tn
Her Husband'a Wife
Nilsson and Moor., In
. Edna Goodrich. In
Th. Making of Maddalena
Iljnry Walthall, tn
Pillar of Society
Myrtl. Stedman. In
Th. American Beauty
Louisa Huff. In
Green and Ilruce. In
Th. Devil at Ills Elbow
Donald Brian, In
The Vole. In the For
Dustln Farnum. in
Violet Mersereau. In
William S. Hart, in
BUM. Rurke. In
Qlorla'a Romance, No. 11
Virginia Pearson, in
Th. Writing on th. Wall
Tha Devil at His Elbow
Hopper and Lev.,
Mollis King, In
Th. Summer Olrl
Olga Petrova. in
The Eternal Question
Mary Plckford. in
Hulda From Holland
William S. Hart. In
Th. Captive Ood
.Louise Lovely, tn
Bettlna Loved a BoldUr
. East Lynn.
FootllsbU of Fate
CharU Richmond. In
Th. Dawn of Freedom
Marguerite Clark, la
Uttl I dy Eilaen
Myrtle etedinan, la
Tba American Be Aty
.Miry Plckford. In
Hulda From Holland
. Douglas Fairbanks. In
HI Picture In th. Papers
Harold Lockwood, in
Th. River of Romance
Robert Edeson, In
Father of Men
Reld and Rldgley. In
The SsUUh Woman
Orrln Johnson, in
The Light at Dusk
Marguerite Clark, In
Uttl Lady Eileen
Frank KMnan. In
Honor Toy Ka
Jackie Saunders. In
Th. Orlp of Evil
Th. House of th. Golden
Hopper and Love, In
Gall Kan. In
Paying th. Prlc.
Florence Reed, in
A Woman' Law
Dustln Farnum. la
Wm. Farnum. In
Th. End of th. Trail
Blanch. Sweet In
Blllle Burke, tn
Trsalc Kvau-Tt. tn
Use r Thy &
House Peters. In
Tba Rail Rider
Dustln Farnum. In
Lockwood and Allison, in
Th. River of Romance
Green and Bruce. In
The Devil at HI. Elbow
Reld and Rldcley. In
The Selfish Woman
-. -..., apuvo UOU
1ifif.ry Walthall, in
Pillars of Soclety
Mrtl Strriman I.
Th. American Beauty
Flora PbrkoreD.av.n. Itt
Dustln Farnum. In
y?'j'r.and Overton. In
Th. Ordeal of Elizabeth
DeWolf Hopper, In
-AUTOMATIC SET-UP MEN
On Acme. Cleveland and Grldley
We will pay ths highest scale of wages to
experienced men: no labor trouble; permanent
positions; both night and day work.
APPLY STANDARD ROLLER BEARINQ CO.
40th and Merlon ave.
BUTTER PRINTER, experienced, dViini id
tlon; references. II Sltl, Ledger Offlo. ?
CHAUFFEUR and coachman: tern wnle; I ran
In Inst position: married; are H:!2tit,
trained, nxm Tembcrton at.. W. PiJIwm
COOK-llUTLER Japanese couple. fint3
small family. II 015. Ledger Centrsl m
HOUSEMAN and butler, colorcdTvUn tt
tlon; cook; private family; city. rilcU.kn
reference. II ia. Ledger Office, usaa
.MAN AND WIFE, chauffeur, sardew. tant f.
man: wlfo good cook: good wartinwsiJr"
havo excellent reference. 5000 ijnotatTV
SALESMAN or offlco manager. 8 mrf raft
ence, desires new connection wlia t nisi
11 u.i-. i,ruger wentrai.
Experienced for 22 rears In coil. nllr I
and steel buslnes3. desires new ronucttHf
with opportunity and where knowMn IBS
00 vaiuea. Jl oil, eager uentrtl.
YOUNG MAN. "1 li.ilm tuialtlnn nlth nun"
dlsln: house, where thro Is clitnn for'sttj
employed nt present. H 332. LtJur QqaSj
TOUNO MAN drsfres porminent kiMokI1'
years business experience: knooleut
counting. 11 L'32. Lodger Ofnce. '
YOUNO M.N with experience deilrri vtix
chauffeur or butler. -037 Ditcpn twt;
INSIDE position warned Married nun, tipttf
old. 18 lears with present eraplojer. IJr"t.
inside general offlco work. U jean mw
selling; fair at figures and penminilu;:r'
operate typewriter; can hustle: huiIhmi
reference; can atart at 120 a wk )
with a future. H22.'iLJLedger Office. t
COLLEGE GRADUATE wishes posltloa;
secondary to opportunity for sdvncemreta
seconaary to opportunity for sdvancemrena
experience. H 7.10. Ledger Centril.;
FILIPINO Young Protestant wishes M
L''C .r housemanj flrst-class (
B33. Ledger Office.
BOOKKEEPER in real estate office; atats salary
and qualifications. M 851. Ledger Office.
BOY for chemical laboratory; good chance for
advancement; experience unnecessary; high
chdol or manual training education desirable
Apply Monday morning, Philadelphia Storage
.." -iynni munnu I1U i 1,
BOY wanted In uptown real estate office; ex
cellent opportunity for advancement! slat.
age. II 748. Ledger Central.
BOY wanted, about 10. for general work, largo
pVoro'.nid?rCOfflc?.I''y- '" W" hn,wr""f.
BOYS INTELLIGENT, AMBITIOUS ROYS
FOR WORK IN OFFICE. LARGE CORPORA.
TION; MUST BB OVER 16 AND IIAVH
GOOD SCIIOOLINO. ADDRESS B SSI
LBDOER OFFICE. ""'
NICHOLLS. 10211 Bainbrldge it. Cob jfl
waltr'a. chmhrm.lN. nn..,,. hgevrkf. fte.1 sl
mum iieip aup. nna wameas vac. wi'
nnla tnn tan. .....I...... ffhmhpindl 1&
nurse', 10, etc. ' Phone' Lociut IIWJSJ
CHASSIS M 191
W havo a few cheap cars of which t"f.i!l
would b. ery suitable for truck i
work of any kind: don't fall to '"
look them over If you want oraeUim
bargain price for delivery purpo'"-
LOCOMOUILE . ... M-i
23U Market at. Locust ill
II. A. JE.NKS. Mgr. Exchani:CirPj
CADILlC 10U touring car. ourUw
repaintea; run equipment; price ".,
BALL'S CORI'OHA'flON, 1 N.Bi
COLE. 1014, O-cyllndcr. 7-passerrer toonw J
In Al condition: completely eaulpi. W"i
tires good; bargain. .. ., ,i
t. u umi'LMiu ,-A oik r Ureas VS
HUDSON'S Phaetons, roadsters anl. fi
BOYS wanted. 4 over 16. to learn a business
paying .ood wages. Apply in person or by
letter to 11. K. Mulford Company, Olenolden,
yfiPAX18 JLDi h'lPsrs wanted. A"ppi
Philadelphia check office. Atlantic Refining
wumpanr. iitit rassyunK ave,
CAI.KERS AND RIVETERS wanted.
ywcuiper company, amuier, l'a.
Blackwell and Clayton, In
A Woman Way
A Qutter Magdalen.
Dustln Farnum. In
Daw Crocks 1 1
John Lorens. in
Ethel Clayton, in
A Woman'a Way
Pearson and Kent, In
The Vital Question
Tb. Houso of th. Golden
Ann Fenntngtbn. In
Suale Snowfla k.
J. Warren Kerrigan. In
Th. Beckoning Trail
JVIllii S. Hart. In
The Captive Ood
Flfrtlna- With Fate
The Olrl of Lost Lake
ChapUo.. In On. A.
Blanch. Sweet. In
Blanch. Sweet, In
Edmund Braaae. In
Weal 4 of ffi-
" -'. tv UUIAQ
lu2ul!? Fairbanks. n"
HI. Plctur. In th. PaoSr
"" """wufd'owS ai
A Child cr Deatlnr
Th. Dorothy Oreen. In
2jJl Hta Elbow
BJAC& Sweet la
Blanche Sweet.. a
Edsausd Sreeea. In
DRAFTSMEN, thoroughly experienced on punch
and die- work, for pressed steel parts: excel
lent pay. with steady work, to competent men;
In replying please atats fully Qualification!.
P. O. Box 6801. Philadelphia, Fa.
DltAFTSJIEN. experienced, on boiler shop lay-
qui. Appty u. auereer, am Pasayunk ave.
DRIVERS wanted; good wage, s'urpaas Leather
Works. 8th and Westmoreland.
FARM LABORERS wanted; good wages and
advancement, for steady men. Apply In ser-
OI?neMe-arAttr' "' fc UUl,0ra ConlDW.
FITTERS AND MECHANICS wasted; boiler and
tank work. Crus.-Kemper Company, Am-
GROCERY CLERK, with, experience, for gen"
?!. 5?ro Ja country. Apply at ones. F 8
Well. Southampton, Pa. w.t-. a.
HAMMERMEN. HELPERS. ETC., WANTED.
PRESSMEN AND HELPERS FOR 1000-TON
8T-AM HYDRAULIC PRESS : GOOD WAOPH
AND STEADY WORK. APPLY WAOES
PHILA. STEEL AND FORQE CO
MILNOR AND BLEIQH B:. TACONY.
.luwouno l nietona, roauaicr u- . rtriB
equipped with electric lights ana tSSiSI
Oomery-8chwart jf.2o3N. UroaaJt:rgSga
MERCER ROADSTER; electric lUMs. 5f
top. wind shield, full enuipmeati r--ai
tlrea Ilka new. H 718. Lcdgerjtrtlja-SJ
i-Aiu iuio. uienwooa -i-ao; ","'Sr:i
Hon throughout; very reasonable !?,
B ge ow.Wllley Motor Co.. 801 N; B"J"
. m ifntr.PM Fiii-'f. Ktrninscv-i -"t.
WHITE. 10-H. P.. 7-pass. touring. tjj
1015 OVERLAND roaster, in WJJT
leal condition: extra t re; must w "
a, . .-mr, SchOKMl
UAIAU iAltJ.D 33lJM4KKa
SEND FOR FREE BUlPIlNJ
Or U3ELI Wytt l
ATJTO IiIVERY AND QA!
CALL WOODLAND 973
for the highest grade
service in Philadelphia. .-fj
uuiuiuuutiea ior r S4i"- j i .j
Finest equipment to be foftaJ
HOO YARD MEW, IVHUE OR COLORED "to
handle araln-fed hogs. Apply Tr.nn A. v2
letter, fl. K. Mulford Comii'Sv,anfX?A''J'
Sharp. 13 76; printers' helper it '"S. 1
Iaborr. U to 12.21, EuKit mn11i,.,ra
when on pfecwork. cltUel. 151y.'nf.,it
after first year o aervb. k.ii,."Vl .'eav.
Bridesburg. Pa., preferably to5TrnAT,tn1'
Br'sburg. Pa., preferably ln5.V.'in'l"wn'
29 N. BROAD.BT.
AUTOMOBILES OF QUALITr TO,
Diamond 6168. Never cIosed;:
STAR TAXICAB CQ-.
PHONE DIAMOND J
TAXI TOURINO LlMOtJSrasa
HALF REGULAR .BAT'S -,
. 7.,-T - -.l Tltnay lij
n.,.r jiomeu. ruruwiif ' i . ,
en dar. ?
li.23 fir. ; i
-Trt hint IOEK-
brand-nenr 0 P
i-n hr.ni.neur u - 7
wedding, funeral. !.
BUY MOISTER Portabl.. OaraieS-fla.fi
tucco. On dUplay 3931 w ith- tJ
T 8PEEDOMTCRTROUIU fl
n.. tt r v .. hla ruiw locating. 4m
a!o nort'h broad sTaj&a
tiunutiia liEuoiii-ii, new fivi-.
lurnlshed, welding ana cnan. -,
atmaaA a r-jv loss Hamilton '