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ARK LOST IN DESERT
frS,000 Pennsylvania Hikers Also
Without Water for Six
TXKLD HEADQUARTERS, renn-yltranla.
WrlMon (Br Courier to Newman, Tex.),
htt it, Twenty bljr motor trucks nt
tmM to the chief auppljr transport are
gNt on the deoert today between Camp
ittwrt and Hlchs Ttnnch. The motor
i are loaded with brsad that had been
Intended for the Um or The 13,000 JPenn
yhNthla militiamen when they arrived
t th eltc of their third blVouao last night
Fully SOW of the troops, who crossed the
mountain range between Anthony and New
man yesterday, were wlthbut water for Mx
Mara, They were warned that no carts
would be carried across the summit, but
ttfit the warnlnr the b- majority of the
ten had emptied their canteens of the last
Arop of water before noon. Men dropped
ut all alonfr the line of. march after noon.
: ht no eiBc!al estimate of these losses could
procured. One hundred and twenty-three
wan, have been sent to Camp Stewart from
Anthony, the majority suffering from blis
v EVENING IiEDGBR-HILADELPHIA1; THUKSPAT, SEPTEMBER 28, 1916
Int. Spring mil Cera..
WILSON TO ANSWER HUGHES
IN HIS SPEECH SATURDAY
President Expected to Handlo Political
. Situation "Without Gloves"
LONO BRANCH. N. J., Sept. 28. Issues
raised by Charles K. Hushes, the nepub
lleart nominee, will bo discussed by Presl.
det Wilson here Saturday, when he ap
pears beforo the members of young men's
Democrats clubs at Shadow Lawn. The
President will handle the political situation
"without fcloves." officials said.
The President has not fully developed his
views on the Adamson law and Is nlso plan
ning either Saturday or soon afterward to
speak on sectionalism, Mexico and the prob
lems caused by the European war.
President Wilson will make one or more
speeches In New Xrk State. This an
nouncement followed the visit of Vanco Mc
Cormlck and of Samuel Seabury, Demo
cratic candidate) for Governor. No dates' or
pieces have been arranged.
In addition to discussing politics with Mr.
McCormlck, the President gave considera
tion to the appointment of several of the
commissions and boards created by the last
session of Congress. Among the men being
considered for the Tariff Commission are
Prof. FranU W. Taussig, of Harvard, and
William I Saunders, of New Jersey. Ber
nard X. Baker, of Baltimore, m.13 said to
be almost certain of appointment on the
. are.. Noble. Pa
nt. 4 p. m.
BUCK. Sept, 6. At.LKN D,. 'on ef Robert
H. ana Kmma I, Jluck. aged R. Relatives and
friends Invited to funeral services, FrU 2 P.
m., at parents' residence, 14 Lee are., Col
llnnwood. N. J. Int prlvata.
, tiur,LivANT sept. 2. emii.y. widow of
Walter . Uulllvant. aged h, Relatlvea and
friend Invited lo funrl services, Frl., 2pm,
ft residence, 12l! Spring Garden st Interment
estmlnsterCem. Auto service Remains may
be viewed Thur., 7 to B p, m.
HCAIU,IN. Sept S7. MARY, widow of rharle
F. Carlln. Kunersl wilt take Place Hat.. 7 30
a. m.. 2120 Meredith at, High nun of requiem
St, Francis's Church, 0 am. Relative and
friends, II. V. M. Podallty. Invited to attend.
Int. New Cathedral Cem.
CAVANAt'OH. Sent, in, at 1127 Cottman
St.. Ilurholms, MAlilC EVANOELlST daughter
of Matthew J, and Kath trine Cavanaugh, Rela
lives und friends. II. V. if, Bodallty. Veronica
League and all societies of which aha m a
member. Invited to funeral, Sat., 8-80 a. m..
from parenta' residence. 1489 N. llth at. Holernn
requiem maaa at St. Malachy'a Church, 11 a, m.
Int. New Cathedral Cem.
CH ADWICK Sept. 2. ISAAC CIIADWICK.
Relatives and frlenda Invited to funeral. Frl.,
10 a. m., from apartments of K. J. Lambert,
20th at and Illdgs eve, lnt private.
CLARK Sept. 27. MAMn ., wife of
Thorn Clark (nee Hchneop), In her 25lh year.
Relative and frlenda, Auditing Iept, of Lit
Rros.. Invited to funeral. Rat.. IJO a. m.. 8184
N. nth at. Requiem m 8t. Veronica' Church.
av m. lnt New Cathedral Cem. Lebanon
(ra.) napera copy.
. CLKAHHY Sert. 2d. FREDERICK W ,huy
band of Anna M. Clcaeby. Helatlvea arm
frlenda, employee J, t'. Wlneton Co. and
ri, ui ..iiiiiniiuii,. di which iw ww. n, iiiciim i,
nvlted to funeral aervlcea. Sat., 1 p. m.. 212A
iier ave. mi, pnuiR, juiisine i eni. t
funeral Tlemalna may be lewed Frl. eve
Aid for Jews in Rumania
NEW TOItK. Sept. 28. The provisional
executive committee for General Zionist
affairs has made arrangements for the
organization of a committee In Rumania to
have charge of the distribution of money
sent by American Jews to their relatives in
that country. The American committee has
so far transmitted more than a million dol
lars to war zone victims.
Man Dies in Home by Gas
John S. Selgrath, of 2043 South Beech
wood street, was found dead in the bath
room of his home last night with the gas
turned on. Segrath, according to the
police, had been ill, and they think he
Funeral of Doctor Moore
The funeral of Dr. William D. Moore,
forty-nine years old, who died yesterday,
will be held Friday afternoon at his resl-
L dence, IS west Tulpehocken street, Ger-
"raantown. The Interment will be private.
Doctor Moore was a graduate of the Phila
delphia College of Pharmacy and the Med
leaf School of the University of Pennsyl
vania. Jle in sprvlved by his widow.
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Deavcr
Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth M.
Deaver. widow of Dr. John jr. Deaver, of
Lancaster County, and the mother of two
well-known Philadelphia physicians, who
died yesterday, will be held Friday morn
ing at the home of her son. Dr. H. C.
Deaver, 1415 North Broad street. The In
terment will be private. She was also the
mother of Dr. Jchn B. Deaver. Mrs. Deaver
was 1 years old and death was due to a
complication of diseases.
ACKER. Suddenly Bent.
LOTTE (nee Klelnechmldt). wife of Mathlae
8. ANNA CIIAH-
wlf nf Mnfhlaa
Kelatlvea and frlenda Invited
Acker, aced 70.
to funeral. Frl.. fl a. m.. 70 ltnvfn , -,.
den. N. J. Ite,gulem lilxh maaa Bta. l'eter and
Paul Church. a. m. Int. private, Calary
Cem. Frlenda may call Thura. eve.
BACON. Sept. 28, SAMUEb P. HACON. hue.
fcand of WMIImlna Uacon. Helatlvea and friends.
Waahlntton Camp. 290. P. o. S. of A.: I'on
tlao Tribe. No. 134. I. O. It. M.I Daniel Webater
Temple. No. 60. O. U. A.. Invited to funeral
services, Krl K p. m.. 3442 Emerald at. Int.
private, at convenience of fan'llv.
BALU Sept. 27f FRANK. EDWIN DAI.U at
hl residence. 8747 N. 18th at. Funeral notice
BAL1EFMAN.-TSu,.lln.!,ri S""' 27 HANNAH
K.. widow of Edwin llateman and daushter of
tbo late Richard II. and Sarah H. Bpeakman.
Funeral aervlcea lilT Arch at.. Bat., 11 a. m.
toJ: ..,.dyr Private.
BAUEK. Sept. 2S. CATHAItlNE. wife of
Charles F. Dauer (nee Noll), aired 62. Itela.
tlvya and friends Invited to funeral aervlcea,
at 2 p. rn,, 3927 N, Reeee at. Itematna m7
be viewed Frl., 8 to 10 p. m. Int. German
BOSWOnTlt. Sept. 27. JENNIE M wife of
Treat H. liosworth. Helatlvea and frlenda In
vited to funeral aervlcea, Frl., 7:30 p. m., 017
Sedsler ave. Int. prlat. Hillside Cem. Auto
late Ellen Conner. Relatives ami frlenda In
Mted to funeral. Sat, "30 a. m., from resi
dence of alater, Mrs Mary A. llucklej-, 1947
8. 60th at Solemn masa of requiem Church of
Moat Illessed Sacrament, 10 a. m. Int, Holy
CONNOM.T Sept. 27, ANNIE, wife of John
Connolly. Relatives and friends Invited to fu
neral. Frl. 7:30 a. m,. 714 W. York st I tilth
maaa St. Edward'a Church, t a. m Int. pri
vate. Holy Sepulchre Cem Remalna may be
Viewed Thura., after 7 p. m.
CONnOTr-Sent 27. MARY M. datuhter of
Kdmond and Maraaret Conroy, aa-od 20. Rela.
Uvea and frlenda Invited to funeral. Hat., 8:30
f . m., parenta' residence 4U35 airard ave ,
A est Phlla. Solemn rentllem mssa rhitrrh nf
Lour Mother of Sorrows, 1U a, m. Int. St. Denis's
COYLK. Sept. 27. noSR A., widow of John
Corle. Relallves and friends Invited to funeral.
Mon.. 8.S0 a. m.. 2231 Sharawood at. lllah mass
St. Elizabeth a Church, 10 a, m. Int. Holy Cros
. CRISSY, Sept. 2. ORACE A. CR1SSY (nee
Ilarrett), wife of AIoslua Crlssy. Relatives
and friends Invited to funeral. Frl , 7:3(1 a m..
from residence of William J. Morrla. 1048 N.
Judson at. lllsh mass, St. Ellzabeth'a Church.
8:30 a. m.. Int. St. Jerome Cem., Tamaqua,
Schuylkill Co., Pa.
CURTIS Sept. 27. THEH.A (TEANIE)
ELIZABETH CURTIS, dauchter of Amanda I.,
and late Charlea F. Curtis. Helatlvea and friends
Invited to funeral services. Sat., at 3 n. m..
3020 N. nalley at. Int. private.
DEAVCR, Sept. 27. EI.IZAI1ETH MOORE
DEAVER, widow of Dr. J. M. Deaver. Funeral
services, residence of son. Dr. H. C. Deaer.
1413 N. Broad at,, Friday, 11 a, m. Interment
DE WORTH. Sept. 2(1. ANGELINA, daugh
ter of John F. and Rebecca II. Reed, aaed Ml,
Relatlvea and friends Invited to funeral. Frl..
1 p. m,, 31109 Qerroantown ave. Interment prl-
DORNER Sept. 27. VESPA DOROTHEA,
daughter of Wm. F. and Vespa C. Dorner, aged
P. Funeral Sat. 2 p. m , from parenta' resi
dence. 4754 Penn t Frankford, Funeral pri-
DONOVAN Sept. 23. JESSE J., husband of
Isabella Donovan (nee Lenox). Helatl.es and
.friends. Ellis Camp. No. 9. 8. of v.. In
Tiled to funeral. Sat., 8:30 a. m 1334 N.
Cadwnlader at, solemn requiem mass St.
Michael's Church 10 a, m. Int. New Cathedral
EMERY Sept. 27. CONRAD EMERY, a (red
80. Relatives and friends, also Apollo l,nd.re.
No. 380. F. and A. M . Invited to funeral, Sat.,
2 p. m,, from residence of son.039 N. Dltli.
Int. Mt. Mnrlah Cem. &
ENZ Sept. 20. REOINA. widow of Rottlleli
Ens;. Relatives and friends Imlted to funeral
services, Frl., 2 p. m., at residence of son. 2U1 H
N. Slat st. Int, private. Omit flowers. Friends
may call Thura., 8 to 0 p. m.
FAY. Sept. 25. KATE FAY (nee Byrnes),
widow of Benjamin F. Fay, Itelsthea nnd
friends. Liberty Home and Excelsior I.odfte. No.
12. Shepherds of Bethlehem. Invited to funeral
services, Frl.. 2 p. m., at parlors of Schroeder
Kephart Co.. 4th and Arch sts., Camden, N. J,
Friends may call Thurs. eve. Int. Eversreen
FINN. Sept. 20. MARY A. FINN. Relative
and friends Invited to funersl. Frl., 8:30 a. m.,
residence of her brother-in-law. Patrick J. Scott,
HMtl Durfor st. Solemn mass of requiem Church
of St. Monica. 10 a. m. Int. Holy Cross Cem.
FORAN. Sept. 23, MA1UJARKT J wife of
John J. Foran and daupmer of late William
and Ellen McGllncbey. Relatives and friends
Invited to funeral, Frl.. 8:30 a m . 137
Walnut lane, Wlssahlckon. Solemn requiem
mass St. John the Baptist Church, Manayunk,
10 a. m. Int. In churchyard. Omit Mowers.
OILES. Sept. 27. EDWARD Ull.KS, aired M,
at resldnce of son. Oeorge A, Giles, 112 N.
&9th Notice of funeral later.
GRANELI.I. Sept. 26. ANGELICA, wife of
Francesco Uranelll (nee Ratto). Relatives and
friends. Dante Circle, No. 28. Lady For
esters of America; Stella d'ltalla M. S. So
rletv, invited to funeral. Sat,, 9 a. m.,
lrtltt 8. 8th st. Solemn high mass. Our Lady
of Good Counsel Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem.
1IENDRICKSON. Sept. 27. CHARLES T.
HENDIUCKSON. son of late Henry and Esther
Hendrlckeon. formerly of 1221 E. Moyamenslns
ave. Relatives and friends. Lodge No. 2.
II. P. O. E.; officers of Thirty-third District
police station, members of Police Pension Fund.
Twenty-sixth Ward Stonemen's Club snd mem
bera of St. Luke's Bible Class, are invited to
funeral services, on Mon.. at 2 p. m.. at 1307
Porter st. Int. private. Friends may call Sun.,
8 to 10 p. m,
HICGINS. Sept. 26. CHARLES, son of late
Luke F. and Louise Hlcvtns. Relatives and
friends. Hardwood Finishers' Local Union, No.
420. I.ivlted to funeral, Frl., 8 a. m., from
residence of hla brother. Louis E. lllggtns. 1741
S. Dorrance at. (Morris below 10th). Hlsh re
quiem mass Church of St. Thomas Aquinas. 0.30
a. m. Int. Holy Cross Cem.
HOBKNSACK. Sept. 23. 1910. ELIZABETH
M. HOBENSACK. widow John C. Hobensack.
seed 91. Relaltv-s and friends in.lted to
funeral services, Frldsy, 1 p. m.. residence of
daughter, Mrs. Laura It. Van Sant. 1020 Cooper
St.. Camden. N. J. Int. private. Hatboro Cem.,
Hatboro, Pa. Remains may be viewed Thurs,
. HUMBERT. Sept. 2t. ALICE, daughter of
John B. and Anna Humbert, aged 24. Itelatlves
and friends Invited to funeral. Frl.. 8:30 a. m
from parents' residence, 2931 Ella st. High
maaa. Church of the Visitation, 10 a, m. lnt,
JACKSON. Sept. 27. ELIZA A., widow of
Robert Jackson. Due notice of funeral from
residence of son, Ueoree F. Jackson, 1848 E.
JOLLEY. Sept. 2B. MICHAEL, husband of
Dorcas Jolley, Relatives and friends Invited to
funeral. Frl.. 2 p. m.. 3320 Sunnjsldo ave..
Falls of Schuylkill. Services In Church of St.
James the Less, 3 P. m. Int. In adjoining
arounds. Friends may view remains Thurs.,
after 7 p. m.
KRAI S. Sept. 20. FnEDERICKA KRAUS
(nee Wlllet), wife of Joseph Kraus, aged 83.
Relatives and friends Invited to funeral services.
Sun. 1 p. m.. 2008 E. llazzard at. Int. private.
LOOAN. Sept. 20. ELLEN LOGAN, nela
Uvea and frlenda Invited to funeral. Sat.. 8:30
a. m., 0025 Heechwood at., Uermahtown. Sol
emn requiem mass Immacuate Conception
Church, 10 a. m. Int, New Cathedral Cem,
McMAHON. Sept. 20. CHARLES McMAHON.
son of John and Mary McMahon (nee Golden),
ased 2 years. Relatlvea and friends 'Invited to
funeral. Frl., 1:30 p. m,, parents' residence, 1741
S. Ringgold at. '(24th and Moore sts.l.
MACK. Sept. 20. JOHN M. MACK. Rela
fives and friends, Teutonla Lodge, No. 4, F, o.
congregate you will
hear the cry, "How
Can I Get a Maid?"
That's the cause of the
Servant Problem, says
Fannie Hurst. The cry
ought to be, "Why
Cannot I Get a Maid?"
Fannie Hurst is a
novelist and magazine
writer who has made a
special study of the
domestrc help situ
ation, has served as
saleswoman and wait
ress 'and crossed the
. Atlantic in the steer
age. She knows the
problems that the aver
age housewife faces,
and she does not. de
spair of their solution.
Read her article in
P' " J.Jnt,td to funeral services. Sat, 2
t- m.. 2Jts N. Warnock st. Int. Northwood
MADDOCK. Suddenly. Sept, SB. MARflA
BET. wife of Elmer E. Haddock, aged 60, Rel.
atlvea and frlenda Invited to funeral services,
Frl.. 8 p, m.. 42 M. Collom at. Int. private.
Sat., at Davlsrllle Baptist Church, at conveni
ence of family.
MARTIN Sept. 20. JOSEHI S. MARTIN.
teh.',',.,), P"nnle Martin. Relatlvea and friends
Imlted in attend funeral on Frl., Sept. 2. 1
P,(m.. 819 N 9th st , Darby. Pa, lnt, Kden
MANSON Kpt. 28, KMtt.T A., widow John
Msnson, aged .. Relatlvea and friends
W'?.,l.l0."rT,es. Frl., 2 p. m., Chapel of Tenth
1 T.Ty.'.U"!!, Church. Spruce and 17th sts.
, MAOyillB.--SePt. 20. FRANCIS J., son of
lm' K.' ".ml Margaret Manure (nee Lane), aged
IB. Relatives' and friends, Dlr. No. 00, A. O.
Il.t etnnlnv n.tniMu,l Jam, m m a Whlla
Co., Invited to funeral, Sat., 8 p. m., from pa
rents' residence, 1311 8. 10th st. Solemn re
quiem mass at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 0:30
1l.'!!l,i.N,w Cathedral Cem,
MEYERS. Sept. 20. EVA I, wife of Amos
8 Meyers. Relatives and friends, Quaker
Ixidge, No, 17. Sons and Daughters, of Lib
erty, and Wm McKlnley txdge. No. 41, Shep
herds nf Bethlehem, Invited to the funeral aerv
Ices, J-rl., 2 p. m., 2241 S, Hicks st. lnt Mt,
J'orlah Cem Remains may lie viewed Thurs.,
8 to 10 p, m.
MILLS Sept. 27. OEOROE W husband of
i..nlu, P nd son of late Edward and Emma
Mills. aged . 74 Relatlvea and friends
also Mutual AM Union and employes of 17th St.
snop Ilsldtvln ,I.ocomotlvn Works. Invited to
services, at residence. 173(1 N. Uber at., Sat ,
-,JP rn. Interment private. Remalna may be
i?,.;'.hrJ'" aiier n p. m.
vrJ(?HPEir"!l""15fnlv' B'Pl- 28, WILLIAM D.
MOORE, M. D., husband of Frances C, Moore.
U. "' ,n'' friends Invited to funeral services.
SYI 2 p. m., l.i w. Tulpehocken at., German
town. Int. private.
O'DONNEI.L, Sept. 28, JOHN J., husband of
?,!. J P.'Donnell. Funeral Hat.. 8:30 a. m.,
800 N. Stlllman st. High mass of requiem St.
Irancls Church. 10 a. m. Relatlvea and frlenda.
employes of Wm. Sellers A Co., Invited to at
t"KU.'UJ'0,y i'ro" Cm
r.iES',Ji7?Y.F.KEn' n SP' ST. DANtEI. A.
PENNYPACKER. husband of Laura E. Penny
paeker. Due notice of the funeral will be given,
"Ik'lrWX' ' "' . i-niia.
t,.lUL,Jr-.'-snt' 27, ANNA, widow of Thomas
D".'y' I!,,,Ja,ve, and friends Invited to funeral.
at., 8:30 a. m., from residence of Mrs. Mary
O Connor. 863 li Cornwall st. High mass of
requiem Church of Ascension 10 a. m. Int.
o IPn.l'Nf'ON Sept. 27. ALICE, wife of Wm.
S. Robinson (nee Alice Wardle), aged 33. Rela
tives and frlenda Invited to funeral. Sat..
3 p. nv, 1710 Dyre st.. Frankford. Int. private.
Last Cedar Hill Cem, Body can be viewed
Irl. after 7 p. m.
SAILER Sent. 27. JOHN D. SAILER, aged
03. Relatives nnd friends Invited to funeral
services, residence of son, John L. Sailer, Pond
and Bristol sts., Bristol. Pn Sat,, Sept. 30 2
J. m. Int. Methodist Cem.
SCOTT Sent. 20. MARIE, wlfo of William
II Scott and daughter of the late Alfred E. and
sarnh J. Dash. Itelatlves and friends Invited
to funeral services Frl.. 2 p. m., 1820 Chest
""!..!! lnt Mt. Morlnh m.
SMITH Sept. 20. HRIDOET A., widow of
Thomas Smith, Relatives nnd trlenda lnlted
to funeral. Sat., R-30 a. m.. from her daughter's
residence, Mrs. John Fliwgan. 3939 Terrace at.i
Mansvunk. Solemn requiem muss St. John the
u"Pj'.,.".t """ 1 a. m. Int. St. John's Cem.
. SNYDER. At Phllipsburg, Pa.. Sept. 23.
ROBERT MALCOLM, son of Robert M. and
Kill. Snyder, aged 14. High mass at Our Mother
of Sorrows' Church, Frl., 11 a. m. Int. Holy
Cross Com. Relatlvea and frlenda Invited.
Sl'iryui.n. .Sept. 20. MAHUAHET J., widow
of William Sproule and daughter of Samuel and
the late Jane Class Relatives and friends in
vited to the funeral services. Sat,, 3 p. m.,
8. K. cor. Cith nnd Dickens ave. Int. Mt.
STERN. Sept. 27. CAROLINE STERN, wife
of Will am J Stern, aged OK. Relatives and
'.r,lfId;.'nv'"11 to funeral services. Sat.. 2 p.m.,
I'-'i" Jandvko st.. Tacony. Frlenda may call
Jrl.. 7 to I) p. m. Int. Magnolia Cem. Auto
. STONER. tfept. 27, at Presbyterian Home
for AKed Couples and Men. Bala, Pa., HENRY
STONER. aged 80. Relatives nnd friends In
vited to funeral services, Frl.. 3:30 p. m. Int.
Westminster Cem. Train leaves Broad St. Sta.
at a :.''' p. m.
STOUT Sept. 20. WILLIAM U.. husband
pf Edna Hoover Stout and son of Esther I), and
late Charles 1). stout, aged 41. Relatives and
friends. Freight Trans. Dept. Penna. II. R.,
without further notlco Invited to funeral. Frl..
2 p. m., Oreland. Pa. Int. Union Cem.. White
marsh. Take 1.02 p. m. train Reading Terminal
HTRAL'UMUI.I.ER. Sept. 20. MARY (nee
Blessing), wife of Joseph Straubmuller. aged 07.
Relatives and friends, Ladles' Aid Soc. of St.
Michael's Herman Lutheran Church and all other
societies of which deceased was a member. In
vtled to funeral services. Sat.. 1 p. m., 2103
E. York st Int. private, Nnrthwood Cem. Re
mains may be viewed Frl.. 8 to 10 p. m. Omit
flowers Auto funeral.
..WALLACE. Sept. 27. at 1813 Glnnodo at..
WILLIAM H. WALLACE. Sr. Services and Int.
at convenience of family. Friends may call
Irl.. 8 to 10 p. rr
WALTON. Sept. 20. I.IDA PASCON. daugh
ter of late Wlllett and Ellia Walton. Services
and int. private.
WALKER huddenlv. Sept. 20. at Pember
ton. N. J.. WALTER P.. son of Charles F. and
Mary Walker, aged 12. Relatives and friends
Invited to funeral, from his parents' residence,
I'emberton, N. J.. Frl., 2 p. m. Int. I. O. O.
P. Cem.. Pemberton.
WALTON. Fourthday. Pth month 27th. MAR
THA A. WALTON, aged 07.
..yj??7N' "" 27' Bt 0c'"n C'Uf N. J..
MATILDA, widow of Oeorge Weaton, aged 85.
Due notice of funeral will be given.
WOODS. Sept. 23. WILLIAM, husband of
Mary Wooda. Relatives and friends Invited to
funeral, Frl.. 8:30 a. m.. residence of William
Patrick Murray. 2303 N. Orkney at.. 10th Ward.
High mass, St. Edward'a Church, 10 a. m.
Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem.
WYNNE. Sept. 20. JULIA V widow of
Hugh Wynne, formerly of Kith Ward. Relatives
snd friends Invited to funeral, Frl.. 8.30 a. m..
n.132 Pine st.. IV. Phlla. Huh mass of requiem
Church of Transfiguration. 10 a. m. Int. Holy
LOST AND FOUND
AUTOMOBILE Roward 23; stolen Ford touring
car, 11)10 model, mfg. No. 1041315, Penna.
license No. 03042. Notify Maryland Motor
Car Insurance Co., A, P. Devereux, manager,
321 Walnut st.
DOC1 Lost, Scotch collie, thor'b'd, with a round
leather tollar. locked, from W. Chester pike,
ICtrkbn; lib. rew'd. Pli. Wyatt, Llanerch 3U7.
HANDHAO I.nst. Sept. 27. on Wlssahlckon
ave., between Lincoln drive and Valley Green,
lady's black handbag, containing money, etc.
Liberal reward for its return to 430 W. Staf
ford st Uermantown, Phone Oermantown
RING Lost. Monday, diamond and pearl ring
between 1033 Spruce and 1703 Rlttenhouse at,;
rqward It returned to 1703 Rlttenhouse,
MRS. JAMES E. S1IREVE. maiden name Katie
O. Kohberaor (adoption Berry), wishes Infor
mation regarding the vv hereabouts of her fam
ily. John Kohberger. Sr., John. Jr., and Mrs.
Frank Cocherl, or other relatives. Address
1005 W. Madison. at,. Louisville. Ky. .
JACOB SCHERIM has purchased the trunk and
leather goods store of 11. Podel, 1103 N 2d at,:
all creditors prior to September 20 present
claims to 11. Podel.
WESTEBN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.. 1601
Chestnut at. W. E. Butler. Rudolph Sheeler,
II. Ilahan, Mrs. u. 11. Sherman. Eugene S,
Peare, (1. H. Hancock. C. M. Uladdlns. Sey
mour Jauet. Jr.. Miss H. Houghton, R, B.
Wllklnaln, Rhlnelsnder Paper Co.. Times, Ala
stair McCloud. .T. 11. hhelly. Bud Bayant,
Margaret Dolan.Mrs. Sallle Margre, Odle Wil
liams, Peter Sinclair and Miller, Soter Bltel
ana, John Kaylor, J. W. Brlndell, Allison
Mcleod. Oeorge Taylor, Julia Greenwood W.
(), Rutherford, Lacy Oxendlne. 1', II, Lebzeller
A Sons, W. E. Redcr, II. J. Gill, Louis Henry,
H. A. Runkle.
POSTAL TELEORAPH CABLE CO., 1480
South Penn aq. Theodore Lelnlnger, C. L.
Bmltn, Chaa. Mangean, Mr. Sydney Alexander!
Miss Albln Kohn. A. J. Vollleth. Norman
llldsman. Jas. Brady, II. EdyOroff, W. M.
Carroll, Miss Hannah Jackson, Miss Florence
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CANVASSERS, neat, refined, can make $15
week. Call 1833 W. Venango. Tioga.
CHAMBERMAID, glrlj must be very neat) 2 In
family) no washing: wages 8. 4328 Sprue
at, entritnce on44th at.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress, wanted for Cynwyd:
English or Scotch preferred. 1837 N. 6th.
CHAMBERMAID, whltej 2 In family. 208nT
CHILDNUnSBwantedto care for "boy 4 years'
old, also assist mother) no washing or cook.
tngi state wages and experience. Address
Mrs, Mark T. Swarts, 20 N, 3d at.. Eastonl
CHILDNURSK, experienced, Swiss pFeferred;
7ll,8t-h'M.rt.n'.i;n,"5i J' Ch,nUt "'"
CHILDNURSK and cook wanfed, 3 Protestants'
must have best references. Ph. Ardmore 487.'
COOK Girl for rooking) must be very neat: 2
In family) no washing; wages J8, 4328 Spruce
at , entrance on 44th st. . "VXWM
COOKING and downstairs" work Girl wanted!
must have references. C10 W. Coulter st .
Uermantown. Phone Oermantown 4313 W.
FORELADY One who hus had experience Tn
handling female help In a printing and en.
graving house. Add. "C. K,x'r P. O. Box 8443,
FnANK ft SEDEn. IITII AND MARKET STS..
require , 100 thoroughly etporlenced sales
women In coat, suit, dress, waist, fur and
millinery departmental 13 and 14 a day will
be paid thoroughly competent and expert sales,
women) also, 10 lnspectrraaea who are
thoroughly competent and experienced In In
specting and wrapping coats, suits, dresses,
waists, furs and millinery: ID a week to those
answering; the above requirements. Apply at
unce, ready to start.
U1HL8 wriV4 for flolshina pharmaceutical
preparations) also for washing bottles: good
wagesj ateady work. Apply Henry K. Vara
pole Co., 428 Falrmount ave.
ami,... general housework, for young coupfel
smainiuHse In West Philadelphia) good Prefer
ences required. M 928 Ledmr Offlce.
for UOBtalrS wnrlf mnA h.ln ultk
V MHO Mawhall t !,..
town, rhone. acrrnaotown 8144
OIKLe-Kxpyrjenceo wm e gin; no wsshlrur;
OJRtTfor, gintral'Lpuwwork; 4 In Ifemlly; ajeep
outj. references. 010 Chrlstliu t,
OIRL '?reneral tioussworkr GsrmsBtawn fp
(jrree. Calj tW)2g McCalluro at.
U1RM In lace curtain flnlshln room. Apply
Jota Bromley pun. L.tal-h aveaod rroui
MKLP -WAWTBD FKMALB
Centinytd from PrcctAIng Column
0,'"'5.y' HJ years wanted for light work)
P5 r?rlrci necessary) IS week paid while
. Jearnlng Apply l N. 82d st.
'I'?. ".rerjenced and learners, on calendar
w"k;, .ft'r. third floor, Wol A Co.. 12th
Olttl, a, white) one for chamberwork and atw
"" othrwaltreas. 1813 Rlttenhouse Square.
OntSWOLD WORSTED CO,
Starting up new machinery, wants girls: good
wages) steady work and will pay while learning.
HOUSEWORK Settled white woman for gen
era housework and plain cooking: family 3
2cluJ.Vl' .c" venlnts, 0 to I) o'clock, 817
.8.42 d.Bt... jm
HOUSEWORK Compen, wlll'g woman wanted
for general housework In fsmlly of 3 adults)
1JU--T lref. req. O 837. ledger Central .
HOUSEWORK Whits girl for general house"
JHBLP JANTJED MALE
Continued ttem rrtetdixt Colamn
We want 200 strong men, between 23 and 40
years of age, not under feet 7 Inches, 180
pounds weight, for night work) wsgea lis at
start) pieceworkers esrn much more: steady
work Indoors, best of conditions; no trouble)
rest Jobs for men wsntlns- to locate perma
nently) stats age, nationality snd experience.
Address A. W Postofflce Box (181, Station O.
SOrkl MAl ma ta.l..
,, bwv -,mw, ,,v na.uint,
j '...uriorrmna St.
HOUSE WORK, renersl. family of 3. 200 High.
landav1,Jenklntown,Phone Ogonta 237 It.
HOUSEWORKER, general) family of 2 refer
. ence req. After Thurs. noon phone Merlon 8IB,
MAID, who understands nursing, or willing to
learn, to take care of Invalid, cook her meala,
etc.) best references needed, Adress Mrs,
Montgomery. 702 20th St.. Chester. Pa.
MAID, WhFtE, PROTESTANT, TO WAIT ON
OLD LADY. SEWING AND OTHER LIGHT
DUTIES! WAGES 171 SUBURBS. P 621.
r.wnr.iv jrjr lK,
NURSE wanted for children of 1 and BH years
old) best of referencea required! experience not
noceasaryi wages suitable to right person. Call
. 4401 Market at.
OPERATORS, exp. on Turkish towels. Apply
Ward-Meehan Co., Howard and Lehigh ave,
OPERATORS onlngle needle machlneai steady
. work. Apply Orcenwald Bros.217 8. 8d st.
OPERATORS on single needle machines! stesdy
. work. Apply Oreenwald Bros,, 247 S. 3d. .
PAPER BOXES Experienced toppers "and fin
ishers. Apply Schoettle'a. 310 Florist st.
SWEATER COAT DEPARTMENT ,
Blauners require the services of experienced
salesladies. Apply superintendent's office,
fourth floor, before 10 a. m.
SALESLADY Young lady with knowledge of
selling furs. 1 310Walnut st.. second floor.
SHOES Girls wanted to help In packing room.
SIR N. 12th st., 7th floor.
STENOGRAPHER, experienced, for advertising
agency: must be accurate! hours 8:30 to R)
one-half day Saturday) salary $10, P 623,
HOUSEMAN AND WIFE as cook, white, experi
enced! good reference! good home! every com-
fort) suburbs, H 8, Ledger Office. .
JANITOR Slats age, experience and reference.
M 333. Ledger Central. .
JEWELERS Flrst-ctsss platinum men wanted)
steady positions for good all-around men. Ap
ply Van Dusen t stokes Company. 1123 Chest-
LABORERS for outside work, $2.24 per day of
8 hours. Apply FrankfordArsensl.Brldesburg.,
LARORERS wanted. Stewart I Stevens Iron
Workg, 1718 N. nth st .
I-AR0RERS, 60, wanted. Cruse-Kemper Co.,
MACHINISTS, floor and vies hands; thoss ac
customed to machine tool work preferred! best
. nf wages) steady employment. P 683, Led. On
MAN AND WIFE, colored, general utility! ref
erenco required. Call Thursday. Mrs. S. R,
Morgan, willow arove and Stenton aves.,
MAJf. AN'D WIFE, white) no children! cook
and houseman. M 114, Ledger Offlce.
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper, must have
experience: state age, wages and reference!
must be quick and accurate. O 043, Ledger
STENOGRAPHER, high school graduate, arcvi
rate. for law office! $10 to begin. O 758,
TEACHER wanted, female, by institution for
children: ability to play piano or organ pre
ferred. G 1)41. Ledger Central.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS The Bell Telephone
Company offera positions as operators to In
telligent young women between 18 and 22
ears old; salary $0 a week while learning,
with rapid advancement: a steady position as
sured, with pleasant surroundings and unusual
opportunity of promotion. Apply In peraon to
the Bell Telephone Company's operators'
school. 400 Market st., dallyi between N:30
a. m. and 5 p. m.: Monday, Tuesday and Fri
day evenings between 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS, local and lone dis
tance; experienced. Apply Keystone Telephone
Company. 133 S. 2d St., Room 403.
WOMAN Wanted, white, settled woman to aa
slst with housework; 2 In family: good home;
no cooking. Phone mornln g Ove r b rook1322 .
WOMEN 2 competent, wilting women wanted
tn family of 3 adulta; one for cooking and
downatalrs work! one as waitress and cham
bermald; refs . req. G 8 5 S, Ledge r Centra I .
YOUNG WOMAN In real estate nffieo: $10 Per
week. Harris, opposite station, Narberth. Pa.
WOMAN, managerial ability, married or alngle,
to handle business center Philadelphia; short
hours: good income; experience unnecessary;
give phone. G 030, Ledger Central
TEACHERS wanted for aradee, high nnd private
schools; positions waiting. National Te&chera'
Asency. D. II. Cook. M:r.. 327 Perry Building.
HELP "WANTED MALE
ARTIST All-round commercial artist wanted:
able to work out advertising ldess; quick
worker: newspaper experience desirable: state
exp. and salary wanted. O D34, Led.Cent.
BANK TELLERS wanted. Apply Friday, 0 to
1. Room 300 Bulletin Bldg.
BOARD BOYS, 2. wanted tn brokerage houae:
experiencea preierrea; sinie age ana salary
deBlred. M .ir.O. ledger Central.
BOOKKEEPER wanted by manufacturing con
cern; must atate experience, references, age
nnd salary to obtain recognition; permanent
position to right party, B 33, ledger Offlce.
BOY. ACTIVE. AMRITlOtlS FOR OFFICE
WORK WITH CORPORATION: MUST BE
OVER 10 AND HAVE GOOD SCHOOLING;
GOOD OPPORTl'NITY FOR ADVANCE
MENT. CALL LEDGER OFFICE. flTH AND
CHESTNUT STS. ASK FOR MR. BOUR-GAIZE.
BOY to learn plate printing; must be 10 years
old and willing tn apprentice himself for 4
years; paid while learning. Apply the Ballev.
Banks & Diddle Co.. 1221 Sanson: St., fourth
BOY. 10 years or over, wanted tn the office
of a largo manufacturing establishment In
Kensington. Address In own handwriting, glv
ln Bjull particulars. "D. L.." P. O. Box 3500.
BOY. over 10 sears for general offlce work, fac
tory In Weat Phlla.: must le neat. Intelligent
and write legible hand. Apply Overbrook Car-
petCo. 50th and Lancasterave,
BOY wanted, over 10 yeara; position Is open In
news department. Evening ledger. Apply
n. IC. Raleigh, fourth floor, Washington
BuRdlng, 008 Chestnut st.
BOY. age 10, for errands and general work In
large wholesale house: steady position for
rlghtJboy. Apply 032 Markrt st.
BOY to run errands: must be Id years old, Arw
Sly the,Ba!lev. Banks k Blddle Co., 1221
ansom et fourth floor. .
BOY wanted, neat oppearance, for office. Ap
ply 0 a. m.. 452 Bullitt Building, 130 S,
BOY. delivery, store work: permanent; good
chance advancement; $3, 210 Walnut,
BOY wanted for office: alvw reference, age and
salary expected, B 22. Ledger Offlce.
BOY around offlce and factory. Apply Wolf &
Co., 3d floor, 12th and Callowhlll,
BOY for general office work: state age and
wages."C, L.,P. O, Box 3300.
BOY. 10. to work In drug ators. Baun, E4th
and Glrard ave
BOY wanted to work In store,
1803 E, Alle-
BOYS wanted to work at night) must be 18
years old! opportunity for advancement. Apply
after 0 p, m., Public Ledger Office. Oth and
Chestnut, 6th floor.
BOYS wanted. 18 yeara or over, to work In wall
paper factory. Apply Becker, Smith & Page,
Water St. and Snyder ave,
BOYS for factory work. Apply between 8 and
10 a. m.. Bernstein Manufacturing Company,
uu "u nuE.u.tij,
BOYS, 6, for office, $4 good lunch every days
advancement sure to right boys, P 620, Ledger
BOYS wanted for box ahop: steady work and
tppir v, w, cur, vm anq urown
BOYS oyer 1 for office work. Apply Bernstein
Manuf aeturlnc Co.LSd and Allegheny.
BOYS, 8, wanted for offlce in hardware store.
P.d Alll, .1.
BUTLER Wanted competent butler) good
wagea;emU family. Phone Rlverton S50,
CARPENTER State age. experience and re"
erences, M 354, Ledger Central.
CHAUFFEUR. ounc. alngle, careful driver!
from the country preferred! must be willing
and obliging) attend heater. Address "F,."
Snrlnghouse, pa., giving name of last em-
ployer and wages received.
CHAl'FKBUR--Wanted .young man to dflvs
Ford car. Apply between In and 11 at offlce
of factory. Trenton ave. and Norrls st.
CLERK, famlllsr with automobile partiTah
accessories) state age. experience and refer,
ences. M 851. Ledger Central. a "'"
ENGINEERS WANTED, Y, MriS, A.. 10l5
W. LEIIIOH AVE, . A.., .l
ERRAND BOY) chance of advancement) wages
$4.60 Williams, Brown Earle, Ino.7
FITTERS AND MECHANICS wahteTi boiler anl
.- . ....... ,.'i.1 vy , Am"'er. ia
4t...'c. ,. 4 u, uuiicf snop: must be
strictly sober: younn msn capable of doing
hand and machine flanging, and one who
wants to advance Jo a fpremanshlpi address,
giving age, experience, wages desired and
yn,,l?C. un,'", T, nonrunloni permanent Job
for right man. M 115. Ledger Office
GROCERS -Acme Tea Company wants B gro.
eery clerks for stores In Philadelphia and
suburbs I good wages and bright prospects for
joung men. who want to sdvance themselves
?hndChNrobr.,t'.'.n' VVr T ,0 - '
UFA!) POUTi:.t wiintedt steady, sober man.
with knowledge of oil ng mschloery in ati
tsndlng to furnace! whits Preferred. Apply at
HOUBEHAn Ao WiK, as cook, whit
iiyuonnjn rlJ rrirn. as cook, wblte. to
take entire chsrge of houe In small family)
INSTRUMENT MAKERS. $J.24 tolr5lirday
pf 8 hoursi tool makers. $8.63 (, is, .
f'i?.- fVi i0 5' "'at inschlnlst.!.
tit - r .
BAtio trrK Uthfl oivrator
Ifeowj.; hiriS;-M,ii8,"pPtt;r i ' jSbg:
VrJ hna Ti. '"s operators. M to
STli W' r"nKftin wfceri on pieUwoek
kttUd Istorers, IS i $2 24) sniairer. i iSi
J,BJ WANTED Boilermakers, locomotive ma-
cMnlsts, car repairmen, laborers, locomotive
cleaners. PennaR.R. CallJTU Filbert st.
"SXi-i wi1,,ed.., !?" nursery stock! good prop.
Oenevk NY 1Urman Nursery Co., Inc.,
"SXuVi 'n,,', " ''m the ssussge and pork
fil-S,'r5. b""lnr""i 22 fr hr. Apply 3945
0FFil3 r01-111 yc"r,! Iar?e office; goodTpporT
nSiiXor "."lyancement. North American Lace
Companyt 8lh and Allegheny.
2P ""-Wanted" a bojr. 10. to work "in
rn ,o.COOI,J0,PI,orlu.m,'' Brandla A Smith
t-o., 8th and Dauphin.
Ply Mt, Slnsl Hospital. 6th and Reed sts.
t.CJ.nSr.S!!..,vo?'.", mules. Apply John
larS F.Di0.b"en'a incV, .blanket mills, Scott'a
lane, Jails of Schuylkill,
r,rn..P.,TTf nS' ELPEns"STVr to"work"at
l'Tttahnrtr ?f.rrPl0f.m",i' A'l', D' W' Kv,n-
iimS CoV,,.v..le?rl?; Jnd J"
8Afo?2ifN.'T:!;n,?(,. n . xperlencedsalesman
Kin w.n i'.mn! ur'!,Lur'' i'0! must be a.
Jnd In5.,aaua,n,'d wUh this business, sober
5SS. i?ne .1U" an.d com" OT" recommended:
need ntn!5?2hJ5Wnlr a BOO1 trida In this line
Tn S.r".SS'y.!K.'?0d, '",' lo rlnt Mrty. Apply
dTnac-o 7ih'".H";lown.,''urn"ur8 Bnd ""I-
aing: Co.. 7th & Jilnlper sts., Quakertown, Pa.
H fr '" ' "" ':""r': must give exclusive
or carded? 'in,?offr"n,-w,t"' Prls. in bulk
laneSr w.if.,,re n-la men wante.1 by
l"u.cMrnv..rni.fC,or,r' U,ck Box 203' D'"1-
CTrnvivno.'frM,CT' voi; WANT A
TIOV r.IVOJJ!5r AJJP a STEADY POSI-
WALNUTAST:,'V M"- SC";"NK. "IS
BAiS?nIAsf I ;Shoe "alman. thoroughlyex.
Hilar fit? '""'nee and experience; good
salary. m 347, Ledger Central,
8AffindA.!h,AaE"R-wf. n'eJ" m"anwhocan
mi,.,anid.,h0 can nul"y (o handle salea force:
.1iaiVl.ex?,;ptlon"1 ability, force and Ir"
omthat uflSbth.?.,,.t.2rt oi oth" m"n "
VlUA-rSFPT- V0 PinLADEir
1 iiiA This man must, first of all be n rVni
salesman, a big producer who Is now sellfng
ve'i5i'aPh"1 ",ora V"D!a' material" dVct id
of 17500 to be at all satlsfactSfS to ? uu- nat
advertising campaign: straight comrnissinn
tea,! pA-dTe.5'rf ,," Md'h:"
THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA TrntTiM
NICA NEEDS A T FEW IIIOIGRADF
SALESMEN TO WORK ON I rlw
tttLi ilnte s,.,...
HAD NEVER SOLD BOOKS BEFORE
, WE PARTICULARLY WANT SiFV
jyilO ARE NOT ONLY GOOD SALES.
MEN. BUT WHO HAVE SUFFICIENT
EXECUTIVE ABILITY TO it AND I F
OTHER MEN. THOSE WHO QUALIFY
IN THIS RESPECT WILL RECFIVF
EXTREMELY RAPID PROMOTIOV
TO POSITIONS IN A PERiiANFVT
ORGANIZATION Wllfcil WILL PAV
THEM FAR MORE THAN IS MADE
"V THE AVERAGE SALESMAN.
IF YOU ARE A REAL SALESMAN.
REOARDLKSS OF WHAT LINE VOIT
HAVE BEEN OR ARE NOW SEI?"
1NO. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER
WITH IS. WE TRAIN YOU TIIOR.
hVo Tc'cbuCNTM,SSION A AW
NO. 130 S. 1RTH. COR. WALNUT ST.,
. H,... J'j.
Vf.8'1 wfnted: attractive proposition. The
United Gas Improvement Company. Mr. Car
ney. Metxger Building. N. W. cor 13th and
SALESMEN, 4, automobile tires, age 21 tT4rT?
experience unnecessary; tire business taught to
7.V1 ' f.1.vcd. ability: salary or commission.
215 N. 13th St.
SALESMEN calling on drug or drpartrnTnt stores
cfa"itymi"it jof iSSS.7 oYfSL1.? per,um' "
STAIR BUILDERS wanted) lone job. time work"
era. 55c per hour! piece workers making $30
STOREKEEPER, familiar with automoblleparfs
and accessories: state age. experience and ref
erences. M 351. Ledger Central.
Familiar with power and hand
milling machines and profilers
wno can instruct men to
ate inese tools.
Apply In person, or write the
New England Westlnshouss
Employment Bureau, walnut
at., Chlcopee Falls, Masa.
(Office open dally, except Sat
urday afternoon! also Tuesday
v o CIOCK.J
e A number of good
for Gothrough Isce machines.
STEADY WORK GUARANTEED
Earning conditions exceptionally good.
ALB. E. IIENKEL8, INC.
WASHER, automobile, whltei state experience,
age and reference. M 855, ledger Cfntrat.
WATCHMAN Experienced man to act as night
watchman In Isrse Industrial plant) refer
encea jrequlred. P5JI4,Ledgerpfflce,
YOUNG MAN, 18 or 10 years of age, wanted,
for work on cost system 1 high school graduate
rireferred; give age, reference and experience,
f anyi salary $10 per week to start, M 348,
YOUNG MAN wanted, 23 to' SO yeara old, for
delivery service of a targe porporatlon. Ad-
dreaa. with reference. O J8, Ledger Central
YOUNO MAN, about 18 yra., striioerapher, type
writer, office assistant. In Kenalngton mfg,
?lanti Proteatanti salary $8 to atart. T 1877,
,cdyer Branch, Kensington ec Allegheny aves,
YOUNG MAN. about "17 yeara "of ae. In o'rflce
of whotessle grocery housei must be good pen
man, Address in own handwriting;, giving ref-
erences, II 84, Ledger Office,
YOUNG MAN. strong, to help In hosiery mill)
Sack cssea, take care of stock and yarns,
ermanla Hosiery Mills, S211 Kensington
YOUNG MAN as clerk tn book store) 10 to atart.
imp, logger uenirai.
FIRM of Insurance brokers want a young man
for office and general Insurance work! must
have knowledge of Insurance business) no
others need apply) stste reference and salary
expected. II 14, ledger Office,
AND SPRING OAR&BN STS.
Opens 8ept36. Stttidants enrolled now,
DAY AND NIOHT SCHOOLS '
Day claaeae Tuesday. and Thursday, 4p. an.
aimvea awciricai ana swcnaBioai uwwse
am lessons sra.
tnck clerk wanted
itli othr very attractive positions wm Mr
hg-eTiirte mso. BlteUess akwvw Oe., Matt
CltAllT-RMAil'snd walttnci neat. wlilTng an3
obllxlng. lS2r Filbert it ,
ClIILDNURBE. experienced, Protestant, wishes
position In Oermantown or Chestnut Hill, Ap-
ply 0232 Clesrvlew st , Oermantown.
ClllLDNUnSE. German, wishes ros baby about
1 year preferred) beat ref leol W. Berks st.
CHlI.DNt'RSE. German rrotestanti experienced;
references. P 610, Ledger Office.
COOK or working housekeeper In small fsmlly
desires permanent position , where faithful
service would be appreciated; English Prot
estant: best rets. 4338 N 18th st . Phlla.
COOK Good Calhollo cook wishes housework,
with boy, boy can help after school. 823
Ardmore ave., Ardmore, Ta
COOK, competent. English Protestant, desires
position) good refs, 1233 Falrmount ave.
COOK, white, good reliable woman t Private fam
ily! best of references, 8037 Wallace st.
COOK Mlddle-ared woman wants position) no
washing. 2011 N. Oth st.
DRESSMAKER, high class, wnnts engagements)
advance styles, ev'g gowns apeo. Ph. Wal.0138,
DRESSMAKER, first class, wlshs engagements
by the day. O 850, ledger Central. .
GIRL. Ilsht colored, wants to work In a doc-
tors office 1134 8. 18th st.
Olltl.S, 2, frfends. wish places together as cook
and chambermaid and waltressi good refer
ence. II 33. Ledger Office. .
GOVERNESS, ref.. exp.,
vial' ., K ,.-
wants position ss
M 10.1, IHlger Off.
HOUSEKEEPER, working, Oermen. wishes po
sition, with girl 0 years, O 430. I.edCentral.
HOUSEWORK br'thVdavi cleaning, washing at
home or out. 223 N, Cecil at.
LADY, English, middle aged, occupation dally
or position to flit secretaryship, amanuensis,
companion, chaperon) French. Spanish, musi
cal, kind, cheerful! best references, M 350,
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT Auditing, statements prepared,
books opened, closed and written up. dsy or
evening; moderate terms. Bell ph. Wal. 40B0
ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMAN, cood tracer.
detalle: 8 yeara' exp. 1323 Rlttenhouse. Otn.
BANKINO Have 10 yeara' exp. as book'p'r.
auditor, teller; good exec. O 1)48. Led.Cent.
BOOKKEEPER, executive ability, dealres poal
tlon of responsibility: experienced In account
ing, cn-dlls, collection and correspondence;
best reference. At. 340. Ledger Central.
BOOKKEEPER, cashier and offlce man open
for engagement Nov. 1: 13 yeara In present
position; A No. 1 reference and bond It de-
slred. II lB,Ledger Offlce.
BOOKKEEPER, otflco manager and cost ac
countant desires position tn manufacturing;
business. Box 44S, Haddon Heights, N. J.
BOOKKEEPER, D. E., 3 yrn.' mfg. and mercan".
tile exp.; excellent ref. G 757. Dedger Central.
'BOOKKEEPER or nsslst.; exp.."C. H. S. grad..
wisnea to maae cnange. Jt' ou. ieoger uii.
TlOOKKEEP"fcR. 20, married, 10 years experl-
ence. wishes wsltlon: ref. C 015, Led. Cent.
LAUNDHESflT colored, first class, wlhea small
washes or hslf a, wash, 32 N, 38th st.
MOTHER'S HELPER, Invalid nurse or house
..keeper) exp.. refined jwroman, Q 858. Led, Cent,
SEAMSTRESS wishes steady engagement each
week, certain day: experienced and qulcki $2t
from 0to3.A2.11. Ledger Office.
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper. 0 years' ex
perlencedeslres posltlon. aOI2.I.ed.Offlce.
STENOaRAPllEirwIshes position from 3 to 5
rspld. accurate. Treston B3H7W.
TEACHER nants engagements In school or pri
vate lessons: English. French, music! long ex
perlencei highest references. O 037. Id, Cent.
WAtTRESS. flrst-cliss," Prot.l bestref erences I
Main Line preferred. 2232 Brandyvvlne st. .
WOJtAN wants work by day.""waltlng. chamber
work or cooking) best reference, 1520 North
street. . a
WOiAN wishes day's work, washing. Ironing or
cleaning: ref erences P74 locust ave.. Qtn.
WOMAN." flrst-class laundress, wants position
3 or 4 days a week. II 4. ledger Office.
WOMAN, middle-aged. assist chsmherworkl small
wages; 12 years' ref. 2028 Winter st.
WOMAN, colored, wishes cleaning by day or dish-
washing; reference. 700 8. 18th. .
WOMAN, colored, wanta day's work any kind.
Call a das, 10S0 Lombard.
YOUNO GIRL. 17. desires clerical position! ex
perienced In clerical work! tn. O 730. Led.Cen.
CHAUFFEUR, gardener; alngle. sober man: age
.it: irtsn cainouc; 10 veara wttn prominent
Phlla. family; beat references.
lirancn, 1403 Filbert st.
CHAUFFEUR, single, flrst-class; 8 yra.' exp.:
very careful city driver; ran furnlah very beat
private referencea. O 443, Ledger Central.
CHEMIST, graduate's years' exp. In laboratory
and factory. G 832, Ledger Central,
CLERK. 21. experienced, wants a chance to
advance In a large corporation; typist. G 752.
COOK Japanese, flrst class; thoroughly reliable!
best references. C. H 308 N.18th.
EXECUTIVE. 33 years, employedby large cor
poration 8 yra,, dealres change; would consider
representative for staplejlno. G 810. Led. Cen,
OARDENER. Protestant, married. 2 chlldrenT
wishes sit. taking charge gent's place; green
houBa or without. 0040 Crovvson st., Germtwn.
GARDENER Single, experienced, undcrstanda
heaters. lawns, flowers, areenhouse, poultry;
reference, Address 503 Vino st. .
GARDENER, single, thoroughly understands all
branches; care of private place; reference.
G 441, Ledger Central.
MANt single, wants position; underatanda auto?
mobllea; can run cara and willing to work
around place, O 044, LedgerCentral.
SALESMAN wishes to represent Phlla. suburban
real estats broker in Phlla.; have a live prop-
osltlon.0 B4S LedEcrCentral.
SECRETARY Accountant or private secretary
can give 3 or 4 evenlnga weekly; Al referencea;
bond If required. O 741, Ledger Office.
STENOGRAPHER, male, wishes position, either
as stenographer or assistant secretary; best
references, 22 yeara; 2 years' experience all
klnds clerical work. B 31, Ledger Office.
TECHNICAL SALESMAN wanta position with
manufacturer: aalary and commlaslon; refer-
ences and bond. G H44. ledger Central. gj
YOUNO MAN. age 24. refined, would like a
Iiosltlon In wholesale house where advancement
a given; refs, A-l. a 1)32, Ledcer Central.
YOUNG MAN. age 20. having clerical expcrU
ence. wishes position of any kind with ad
vancement, Q 744, Ledger Ccntral,
7 yeara' office and aales experience, desires to
make permanent business connection; willing
to Invest some capital In the business if your
references are satisfactory. O 750, Led. Cent.
JAPANESE wishes poiltlon-as butler, valet,
cook; take full charge; excellent reference,
J. M 1034 Vine,
JAPANESE, exp., aa butler or valet, private
family, Toklo lwa. 308 N. 18th st.
MRS.' KANETbTI S. 19th, wishes posltlona-for
Austrian Scotch. American. Irish, flrst-class
cooks. $8 to $15 per week! kltchenmalds.
chambermaids, waitresses, laundresses, maids,
seamstresses, housekeepers, companions, gov
ernesses: alao full line of English, Scotch,
Italian butlers, footmen,, valets, chsufleurs,
trained nurses, male and) female: all refer
ences guaranteed, Flrst-class help wanted.
No charge until placed. Call at once. Spruco
NICHOLLs1 i02r Balnbrjdce, has competent
male help, couples; alao colored couples, all
nationalities: young Swedish cook nnd cham
liormald together: waltreasesi rhambermalda,'
Infant nurses, ladlea' mnlds, etc.: vscanclea,
butlers, second men. rooks, waltreases, cham
bermaids, Oerman cook and waitress together,
nurses, housemaids: phone Locust 2130. t
"POSITIONS WANTED for excellent cooks,
waitresses, chambermaids, trained parlor
malda, first-class laundreases, Infanta' nurses,
Swedish second rook: several vacancies Prot
estant cooks. $50 and 100; kitchvn maids.
Protestant chambermaids, butlers second
men, couples. Mrs. Rogers, 313 S, 20th,
EXCELLENT frlsh. Scotch, English. German
cooka. butlera, couples, wsltresses, parlor
malda, eto) vacanclea cooks. 8 and $10. city
and country) several seta for Main Line. $8:
wattressts, parlor maids, ladles' maids.
nursery governesses; help wanted for all ca-
pacltlesjhlghest ref. Spruce 3827.
COOKS, chambermaldar chlldnurses, 'infant'
nurse, mother' helpers, housework girls,
want positions. Wanted, all kinds of first!
class help. Miss Rose Dougherty, 1313 W.
Ulrard ave, "
uL,.cTLONAL',nd,20P"t'c Employment Club.
223 H. Sydenham (16th and Walnut) Wanted
housework glrlsmanAwlfe. cooks.houeeman.
JONES EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Mais ndf:
Rn'.77l'.P lCs'e86thV,.'" " C"r"J- 1r"-
WANTED, at Episcopal Offlce, 312 8. 12th St.
Cooks, waitresses, nurses, kitchen maid.
houae girls. .
MADAME PLATZ. moved to SOS S. llth Whit
help wanted and supplied "
... u . CHASSIS
W hav a few cheap cars of which the
chassis would be very suitable for truck or
delivery work of any kind. Don't fill to com
In and look them over If you want emelhlng
at a bargain price for de very iiurposs
:S14 Aiarkt sr I -!. itn
II. A. JENKS. Mgr. Eichan.i "., n.n.
CADILLAC 11114 touring car " nv.'r
VmVh,VmFnXLPiS' ..85; AUTO
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f T'" io.! Cl-W .Is
VUUWi fr $iu uainuilsi.raTUr.
U?J BOWERS CO.
24J N. Broad t.
HUDSON Phaetons, roadster and cabrloTiT."
equluted with electro llglita end etartir.
OpIRRYiHCIIW-nTZ. 253 N. Broad it'
MITCHELL 1015 Roadster. PerrVcrcondltiom
cost $1383; price $330. Frank 8ml 1 hi ?i
Walnut .t.', Chester. Fa, Phon. lTj.lT"
PAIGE, Fairfield model. In first-class "condT
tioni guaranteed. v..-v.s conai.
BI9IiaVvVJLLKX-lIR Ca, 804 N. Broad
PULLMAN . 7-passenger. 48 li, PlBirmodeli
equipment complete) perfect condition. ni.
ruiiJlOW)mJ!e,J.00. IMS iUrk, .?.' "
Mcii.nr-5."',V'." ..?. ny
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"if'a'.ILA?;!1.-. .J-lMtIiKr YoumiPlllMH '"
rHK(UiTit irnmrBTTuTt-uS.- .-- .r. .-
f A -Se-oT W-.Vf. I-.'.'.. .--::
Lsall . aw ..-. '
irfjrall aw .. . . ?
"""i rucK ran
CMOU, Hil-it IUln
auto MVMnrAr- ?
,.. J$$ .ln.. 1
,iv::v i;f'i(AR nATi:.'
poplar. mlrfn&J-SiiZA '
r.y. i4S2) .nl-n.w 5.'TaSir -$1.23
hr also brand.i 1 V"-,,,,,.r,'1 s?
!sn hrj weddlngs, fn7,.V.B",?V.,'tmSe
HUT MOIRTER Portable hm.vi!-SiaS&
'""" O-dlsMa- 883) NKt'g5e7-i5
AUTO PAINTING OF THEnF-rtT
al lower price, Gen t- KT?.ER CLAM
1821 AlrdrlS t ' Phong'Tlpse .,". jff
uitiwunns Rtri)onri)innii l
'"rnl'0J welding and h"lnt 'Pi"??"
'rcodA do.. 1023 llamllt" . ,, Un4.
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T I M U I'M. Ill- .T, , .... .;."ri' "U.
-, ""-.uriAlllNGS HYATT -1
New Departure Servt. sta. The AiSii.-. 8
iillr.iL-UILh-.Walntii : 37. R?ei'?tft3
-,, . to build or renslr any ese t
rhlls. Auto Parts Co.. ferN.nfK.rV..1, j.,4
nt .mi -,.
Cnaranteed stfiSTMff 'corpse, - , J
PRIM'S. 230 N rirorif'.t? ,rtt'
,. ... D0QS
BLACK? POMERANIANS, 3 monthsMTl
Pet.: female. $15; ma!,. tli!m w?'T5SI
PATENTS .?.?".?' . free "err.
mnis until H .10. "" ""r ere.1
FOSTER & WEBSTER sum: ui
L01.L Chestnut st. Rell phone Walnut im
WANTED Working capital: have gtneril
agency In Phlla.: 3 yeara' contract from rain,
ufacturlng corporation rated $1,000,000: thi
-on.,!:2r., "hould produce $30,000 profit. I wis!
$12,000 & will divide profits o 541? id r...1.
T.t ,fnc- ",. . ... ... ""
'""""" iir,Aie., compiteiy eouloned- lu
".Yi.iUJ?' iB10'1 manufscturlng town: no eoni-
petition; real bargain. Barrlsl. 201 N. BroT
"h JT'rence. Appralaement. 1 ner esst
nii-tii ti. a. -- -:.
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J'J,,.'J!l.fU:""'.Ph0'' Poplar 233. Open eve. V
LEIDNER'S loth and cflrard ave.. (Tw. "i? -J
CURTAINS, lace, scrim, dpc.. done up. 23 to 5(5
a pntr: long experience. Call or write Mrs 0)
W. Soever. 1730 N. ROth. ""' '
OTTTJi7)rKT TT-tl3 tf llfi ""js ' . .''.". L - "
"""j""'"vT,,''..r'ul " gnqqint, j
ORNTS' CAHT-OPP riVTIIINO nntIO!lTlM ,
f rCAf en 1 f n as m
j w - t 1 .1 i, 1 A lt
ky CAHPKT CLEANINO IIOUSTI
J?IPs2TII ST. ABOVK CIIESTVITT
n1?-fchonp. Ix)0ust IMS.
iri7sv.-Ermr.A mnvAnru sTniiinp -""
WnRTPIIILA. 8c PER YARD '
WKST-FHII-A. BH7Q-7.I T.ANCASTrHl AVE.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINEKY .
McDOWELI- DRUSSMAKINO SCIIOOI-.tn.il.
vidua I Instruct Ion: day and nlnr iii!ail'
, 3D7 Dgnckla. HldK.e llth nnd Market it j. "
uuniMfi. bibg rcinoaeunKi eveninif coaii mtacj.
or rellned. 3-100 Chestnut at. F res ton 6230.1
J3& LARGE TALKING MACHINE
Edison with cabinet for holding 200 recordtt?
nmsneti in a oeauurui quarterea oak, coiti
nw 1S4: ran lit nalii nt th rati nf 73 i-r.f
weekly: an excellent barpnln; tn good cnndl-j
tlon; crjual to new: write for complete Hit sfj
uareams ana special au aays ire trial onir. ,.
HEPPH'S UPTOWN STORKS
e-Cnr. flthand Thompwrtn sts
DILLTARD, POOL, combination, necond hinl
Dougru. sola, reniea. exenansea: reDRirinr:
supplies I.afe Keafer. Amerlrsn msnufao-i
iurert a-u uirara aie. rnone Kens. ssit.
BILLIARD. dooI tables: new. second-hand bowl
tnc allejisi sy payments. Rosatto0.rryJ
PtreetCo.. 2112 H. 8th iPITeWal, ZlH't
BILLIARD AND POCKET TABLES A1m
bowline alleys: hsv payments, n RUNS WICK-1
nAt.Ki"ii-.iji-urjiut-.ii, i'u uma Arcn.
CASH REGISTERS bought, exchanged, repaired.
replated: supplies, new and factory rebuilt:
new total adders as low as $30. Call ao4
see our new models. Rectsters sold by us oi
fv iiHynif-niB nnn iuiiv uunrameea.
1I1E Pi 1 lU.IAh (.JAM I Itl-UIN lt.lt i.V. 4
lJ)( V,(1I..U A 3 lllU 1
SAFES, fireproof: closing- out Ml sllgbtly uiM. '
all atzes and makes; bltf bttrgalns. 210 U. '
ourin si. ineiween uaee ann vine.)
SCHOOL DESKS $1.50 EACH
Slnurl and double, any size.
CHAIR EXCHANGE, cor. Oth and Vine,
HUGHES. J1TII & nUTTONWOOD
Una the larfreat and beat assortment of
used office furniture and fixtures In
this part of the country. Anything
to equip an office, at prices that will
Plewwe you ! le'l'ery anywhere.
rOR SALE T;tivrioTH 'Itannlra Rears-J
jloenucK ana tamnrln-re Knltlons. easv terms.li
at the office of Encyclopaedia Rrltannlfj
ai io. id). , jam., cor. wamut, i'nn
HKATR11S, ranges boilers, bargains In new sn4
reounr n rnaites. UAhlfllitLSl uJ
isr Mineri si.
MACHINERY AND TOOLS
SAFT7TY SPLIT COl.t.AllS and TOCOSlI
IIANOKIIS unit I'll. LOW IIU1CK.S. with tn-1
Inaned pall and socket bearings, are the best!
for oil shafting purposes. HIIArTINQ ANDS
XIACIHN'l! WVlltKS 14.1 Mnrlh Mecnnd. ' 1
,T VMEH YOCOM
Dynamos, motors, bolters, steam and all e
gine. numpa air cctnpressnra d
KflANi; TtlOMKY Inc. )V7 N d s(ret
K0.Tr. P. Tie l.n Virrn. oil enelne. In rood COO-S
clttloni Immediate delivery; can be seen run
ning. Apply unminercisi Truca co. or Auwrrs
ica. snnana tirownsis. , M -
nnd rented; armsturea repslred. Main tl.'J
Market aon. Vearsle Co.. S24 N.JSd St.,
PIKNEn- .2x22 'in.xR ft.. "Whltcomb''! g.i
modern toon nrstciass condition.
r. v HKvrriiT'B unNiq js? V Sit st. J
8TEBI, rULLrYS" (Amerlcs'nl'i ""thoueD,ilOi
COMPANY. fi'.'O Arch at.
LAHOK stock rlngle and double leather MVM-J
different sltesi also lot Candy belt. NutUkY
1MB w, t n,
1'llM'jb VlTTlKnS sit Hives. PIII1.A 2D.IAMV
PIPE SUPPLY, 100S N 7th. Uoth phones.
HEPPE'8 UPTOWN STORES
The summer rental pianos sre rarldlr
tJ .m Xtanv nf the finest IleDDS. HsrcelW.!
Jules and Sctiomacker Pianos, ee good js a,
will be sold al reduction of 150 to J'0"1.
the new price Guaranteed for 10 e.
si. . . a innnllllu UHrl liniVFl1
part pyinnl on Pianola-pianos, vlctrolss, efe.
bava tarn marked down to 173, MS. IH
'lSS p:?pVino.. .lightly H.l
duSid 1.0ft and 00 below regular fssa,
Terms of, monthly and up"i ,., . A
Five P ano pUet at I3S, 160, li. M
I.Vulls Sf mu.lo'free. Will Ht any ..uJJ
800 new piano, lleppe, Uarellu. '(
lhWBW.i7ffil cf Vlctrotas. r?rds Tt
Call or writs for coroplctt lJ!!!l2,SS
CailU,UC:l HUM PeVV v.-.,.- -- rw
. . ftf
HEPPB'8 UPTOWN nTOHKa,
con-reTH mAbNu JUBJBow m.
untnntNT virrrnoLA OUTFITS
Beautiful Uahogany Vlctrola IX for H.
with cabinet at fl 00 and a lO-lM.ttJ
recora. . M.BO. &!!"' -"R1". Jnt. UTi
li.rlt.ili.n end larae Illustrated cU
Uprlihl planoa accepted as part pvH
..isienlii K!n hHrira for atatlmat.
UEPPB'b UPTOWN STORW
Corner 6tb and Thompson sts.
... . . ...-....- .U IU1
Vlctrola VI and six JO-ln. P. J roMj.1
..Mil.nl nulAI fn. nil- who Is 100kU W?
ru marhftie at a reasonable Pfloat
wtsillf accepted. CUl or w
jUscrtatlois ani Isra tllust
yprhtfit piano accevted la
hi piano accevtM la part pal
lie CH1CKBKINQ UPKMIMTFfiNO
HOWARD VINtfBNT. w'rt
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