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(f ^???aauj?&^Ufwt^f^1^^ Governor Graham
**" ****^,**m*mf*ir ?^ >P" of VERMONT
INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL BUSINESS POSITIONS OPEN TO WOMEN
Active, over 16 years of age; no experience necessary; $9 to $10 per week.
For Shipping Room work. Rapid advancement.
Women- to pack general merchandise. No experience necessary.
We have vacancies for addressers, filers, indexers and folders. No experience
necessary. Applicants must be over 16 years of age.
We are In a position to employ a few clerical workers, those with some
High School training preferred, to be trained to become correspondents.
The Mail Order business offe s exceptional opportunity for female workers
in this branch of their business. The pay while learning is good and advance?
ment is rapid.
ALL EMPLOYED NOW MAY PARTIC?PATE IN
OUR 10% BONUS PAYABLE AT CHRISTMAS
Our buildings are located three minutes' walk from the Sands St. station
at Brooklyn Bridge.
Charles William Stores
25 Washington Street
Brooklyn, N. Y.
200 GIRLS AND WOMEN ~~
AND 50 MEN WANTED
At Sunshine Bakery
FOR GOVERNMENT WORK
"FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR"
Do your patriotic duty assisting in furnishing'food to soldiers
of the American Army.
Labelling and packing Sunshine Biscuits. Clean and sanitary
work. Bright and cheerful workrooms. Apply at
LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO.
II LONG ISLAND CITY or
ll U. S. Employment Agencv
I I 171 HUNTER AVENUE
I ! Bridge Placa, long Island City.
I Licensed by U. S. E. S. Permit No. 18.
| Take Queensboro Tube at Grand Central Station for 11th at. or Second ,ave.
I extension of elevated across Quetnsboro Bridge. Transfer from any Brooklyn trolley
1 to crosstown lino over Vernon ave. bridge. Short walk from any part of New York
I I City or Brooklyn.
59th to 60th St.?Lexington to 3d Ave.
Can place at once in good paying positions :
2 75 SALESWOMEN
for all Departments
2 5 CASHIERS
4 S PARCEL WRAPPERS
STOCK Gl RLS
Note: Previous experience nut necessary. Wc cheerfully teach begin?
ners and permit them to share immediatelj in all ?he superior advantages
enjoyed by our employes.
Apply Superintendent's Office, 9 A. M.
Broadway & 33d St.
I 1 R* i XDERtt EAl:
toys stationery \
BOOKS LKATHfcH OOOP>
GLOVES : ART KMRItOlDKHY
tl'KRONS ! SPORTING GOODS
VEILING ! MEN'S KIRMHUINOS
HOSIERY : TOILET ARTICLES
MITIONS : MUSLIN INKtUWKAR
ALL SECTIONS OF HOCSEKL'RXISH
ALL SECTIONS OK CHINA
ATX SKTTIONS OT OL'R NEW AND
ENLARGED TOT DEPARTMENT.
SEVERAL TH0RO1 C.ITLY EXPERI?
ENCED CPHOLtfTKKY SALESWOMEN
EOR AU. SECTIONS Of ?PHOL
STEHT DEPARTMENT ATTRACTIVE
POSITION? WITH UBEEAL SALARY.
?T?J??8"^ ENGAGE- 108 EXTRA
?ALESWOMEW TO WORK TWO.
THREE OB FOUR DAT? EACH WEEK.
APPLY MANAGEMENT OFFICE.
PATRIOTIC SEnrtCB?GOVERNMENT WORK
AbaoluMy permanent positions, with man?
opportunities for advancement
Tounjr women, 1? to 25 years of a?, wanted
for telephone operating.
"SOLDIERS OF TUB SWITCHBOARD"
f! to $9 per week first four nasks rvhlls
learning the buiuics* In Manhattan,
Bronx and Brooklyn.
?9.DO to $12.D0 per week within the next
few weeks, according to tours of duty
?aligned. Frequent Increases thereafter.
No experience necesear?.
Good health, eyesight and hearing.
Employees aro especially well cared for.
Meals served at coat, annlreraary pay?
ment?, sick benetu), vacation? wit? pay.
penaions, superior enTlronment and de?
lightful quarten; 7 1? 8 hour wcrktaj
Apply between 9 AM. and B P. M.
Manhattan.58 W. Houston at
Mlas K. M. Schmitt
Brooklyn.81 WUlouxhby st
Misa M. T. Murray
NEW TOUS TELEPHON? COMFANT
(or Leather and Beaded Bags. Good
paving permanent positions.
SAKS & CO.,
BROADWAY. AT 34th STRFJ. I.
itCRETARY OF CIVIL ?
STATE OF VERMONT
October 10th, 1916,
A. Seixas, Esq?,
Care New York Tribune,
New York, K. Y.
Two million" of our beet, our strongest
and our most energetic citizens have already
crossed the sea to carry American ideals and the
Stars and Stripee, to victory? To support these
men and women the united and unceasing labor of
those who remain at home is necessary.- Many
of the employments formerly pursued by men alone
have- become common to men and women alike. As
?the War continues and even after peace comes, this
condition muet exist. The women of our Country
have responded more patrioticly than the men, to
all the varied calls of War and they must and will
continue to respond* so long as there is need.
They are to be seen, filling the places of men in
almost every industry? It must, be the duty of
the men to see that their fellow workers in the
Great Cause receive the- most chivalrous treatment,
for they too carry on to viotroy and have not only
sought new employment, but entered upon new lives..
The man who labors for his Country, in her time of
need, in any capacity, is a patriot? How much
greater a patriot is the woman, who changes her
whole life to labor for her Country, and the Cause,
but let her remember*that "honest labor bears a
HORACE F GRAHAM
INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED
84 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK
HAS VACANCIES FOR
FILING CLERKS, GENERAL CLERKS,
Opportunity offered for advancement to positions of
Special instruction given to those willing to respond.
Doctor on premises. Free medical service at the office.
Apply by letter in own handwriting
INSPECTORS AND WRAPPERS
for Women'? Shoe Department. Per?
manent, good-paving positions.
SAKS & COMPANY,
BROADWAY, AT 34TH STREET.
for Bureau of Adjustments. Excellent
positions for those with experience.
SAKS & COMPANY,
BROADWAY, AT 34TH STREET.
Excellent position? for those with and
SAKS & COMPANY.
BROADWAY, AT 34th STREET.
Broadway & 33d Si.
GIRLS AND WOMEN BETWEEN THE
AGES OF 16 and 40 TO ACT AS
PARCEL PACKERS FOR CHINA,
TOYS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
APPLY Superintendent of Packers.
33d St. & Broadway
FOB THEIR MAIL OBDEB DEP'T.
COMPLAINT TRACERS ?
WELL EDITA TED WOMAN for responsible posi?
tion requiring tact, executive ability and energy;
position is permanent and ?alary liberal Pieaso
gtt? full particulars regarding ?go, rduiatlon and
pivvluUii eipcrieiu'e in first letter II., Boa |J1,
AUTOMATIC MA CHI NI:
OPERATORS and INSPECTORS.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
BOTH DAY AND NIGHT SHIFTS
AMERICAN CITIZENS ONLY
AI'i'l.Y DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY?
8 A. M. TO 4 P. M
"i ESDATS AND FRIDAYS
S A. M. TO ?) P. ?i
I A M. TO i- M
REMINGTON ARMS l MC CO.,
ITH and WASHINGTON BTS
UOBOKBN, N. .r
OpposUo 23rd Pt Fern
FRANKLIN SIMON & CO.
5th Ave., 37th and 38th Sts.,
Rapid writers, good penmen
and familiar with out-of-town
76 WILLIAM STREET
30 EAST 42nd STREET
NEW YORK CITY
164-166 Montague Street, BROOKLYN
YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU!
What good are soldiers in France if they lack ammunition?
Help supply this ammunition by coming to work for us now.
THE DU PONT COMPANY
needs at once girls to help fill large ammunition orders. The
work is easy; our plants are large, light and airy and located in
nearby N. J. towns.
The living conditions are the best, being under the direct
supervision of the company, which is being aided by Y. W. C. A.
AGES 18 TO 40.
HIGHEST WAGES AND BONUS WHILE LEARNING.
RAPID ADVANCEMENT FOR ALL.
DON'T BE A SLACKER.
Your co-workers will be of the highest type, many being .
college graduates. You'U enjoy the work and you will be as
necessary to winning this war as our soldiers are.
302 W. 22nd St., Cor. 8th Ave.
U. S. E. S. Permit 44.
Have a number of excellent opportunities for
that are open to women who have had no previous
exp?rience, and who wish to do their share of helpful
work, in agreeable surroundings.
Classes in salesmanship are arranged for those who
are going into business for the firpt time, and full
salary is paid while learning; with advancement as it
Interviews may be had daily, from 9.45 to 6.15, at the
Superintendent's office. Mezzanine Floor, East Bldg.
Fulton St., Brooklyn
Hoyt St. Station, Privat? Entrance, Interborough Subway.
Tobacco Products Corpora?
tion requires the services of
75 bright, industrious girls.
Nine dollars weekly to start,
bonus for production and at?
tendance. When proficient
can earn considerably more.
Medical Department in con?
stant attendance. Apply all
week between eight and nine
thirty a. m. at either of the
32 West 100th Street,
102 West 101st Street,
311 West 120th Street.
CHRI.S WOMEN r
A VIERI C A N8 PR EKKRRED ;
INTERNATIONAL ARMS k FEES
COM PA NT.
Bloomfleld Are. aj?d Grove St.,
Bloomfleld. N J.
? CNDATH. 9AM TO 1 V M
WEEK DATS. EXCEPT HAT
I ?IJAV.?-. FROM 7 A. M
"DJ 9 P. M.
Hr. W. CONLET.
?strict Office, 9 A. M
to 4 P. H.
208 Won 23d 8'_.
~-'*m York t.it/
NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE i
30 Church Street
?Y ITH the declaration of PEACE there will be so many changes in the business and
financial world that many women and girls who have never before sought a po?
sition will find it necessary to consider a change. ?
i O all of these we desire to call attention to our service-expert employment service.
? ? E arc continually receiving calls for all classes of office women, from firms of good
reputation and high standing, and are, therefore, in a position to handle your
problems irr an efficient, CONFIDENTIAL manner.
V% OW is the time to file your application with the National.
? ? ?
OTTO T. BANNARD ROBERT W. DeFORES'i
Chairman of the Board New York Troat Compan*. < .f DeForest Brother?. Vice-Preslde?.? and douerai
JOHN R. MacARTHUR Counsel of the Central liailroa/i of New Jersey
Of MacArthur Brother?. Contractor?; L. F. LOREE
F. L. HINE Prealdenl of 1 ?elaware and Hudaon Company
President First national Bank N'EWCOMB CARLTON'
EUGENE H OUTERBRiDGE P lent Western Union Telegraph Company
Of Harvey .?.- Out erbringe, President Chamber ( ARTHUR WILLIAMS
Commerce of t*tat< of New York < .f ihi New York Edil .. Ce