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jOST. FOl.NO AMt RBWABPS
-t^BEKAL REWARD
?.,.,i f0r r*mrn of a platinum,
''" ,'* ?iua-r -s.i diamond braoelet, one
i*m'ri,;L?Tn a:<d l>n->. Statlon. NVw
*"i jiVu.irv Sth, after 8 (5 a ro. Com
:-'rk' J* ?? i, S H Hopwood, 55 John st..
SftSricClty. Telephons Beekraan 89S7.
-~Z " V'a-vv diamond l :ir pin ou west
^rfFifth ave between 16th and 84th
:',V jr! 9?i FarK nvo. Phont Lcnox
fOXNISHED ROOMS TO LET
""rnhTKTr wel! furnhhcd outsUe room, I
t\Sr> elevator; houwllke. Rlverelda
2!!__-!
"o-tRTIC somfortable room: excellent
*S3b?mo-da(l?n? out-of-town guests ;
**pfejw C:: el? ??'______I
Si4ilAL PARK WEST. at 90th,?Beautl
?/ fuin:?h .1 room ror gentleman; nclu- :
JrW?? " " ;': -" ?? Riverslde ;
-.K-vrK ???:'" : rowde< city: rooms
*?m 1 ? Ivelj furnlahecl. ;
.'I 0. ,. ?? ? h ' It' li nette: ? very ,
'.'?,.' ..?,-. ? hnlf hour commuling
fstTMark's Place, St. George, S. l.\
Snidttm* Tompkinsville 16SS._j
Zml n$\ BAST.?Handsorhe large rooms, j
^tmaaiag r oma. running water, electrlc- i
,. geaUemen; referenqes: subway to all
sin'.s.
^fu "A(t WEST?Corofortable home, sit- \
f,lng room ? ' m, twin bedsj *20 :
- y !? ? ? ? ?;_I
afii. EA3T '??'? ?' furnlshed rooms, ad
'"'.'."?. ? ? , ? rance: prt
llf hM'."e: f??' I , ' ' ? ?r ,i l u
? .-. i, . ? ? - _
;,,H <r, 6?0 WEST. Beautiful, Ught,
'u'w room for I or 8, with private fam
F;ftj?vaior; U ll" aubway. Apart- j
FURNISHFD ROOMS WANTED
r\Tl EVEN 'I'-'si"'1 fwnished room,- vicln
ij, ?oih and Lexington ave, Telephone
SrtlaiHlt 3044,_i
rOVSO BUSINESS MAN wants room In
H?rle: rcdern'i onvi nl nccs;
,aSP .*,?-? ttcuhwa Depew, u.,
wiH,"r ? .. _
TRNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
JTH PT . til WES1 ?Gahisbrough Studio,
tuiri?h H ai ?''? '? "'?' rent until May
g>;? bOB-houBekeeping apartm nt; suitabla
ir one person ; l n $300 pi r laonth ; resiau
[nt !n tulld ??'???
inr-KOCM APAHTMENT, beautifully
fBtnlsh i.. ''?'?? pei . ? . It. Superlntt n
;::, :: v. si . th st.
fRNlSHED or unfuirrished: price $175
Dingtvall, Teleshone tiZi i':a7:a.
I0H-CLASS 6-room apartment; Imrne
dlate rental short term.: St;<>Q monthly.
tdceas Mlsa C. H. Thomas, 270 Park av;
iephone Vandetbilt 7 !'?;?.
ARK AV., 860 tTT'U ?t.).? io large rooms,
attraettvely fui iahed, 3 bat'is: s;-en
Iternoons or by n )intment. Apartment
1. Tt^lephon- Rhinelander 4487.
HELP WANTED MALE
INSTRCCTION
P.AINED CORREPPONDENTS NEEDED
There is an urgent dernand in all com
iprt'.al Rplds ? ? men an 1 women to flll
Ighly responaible posltlona as Correspond
tts,' Supervlsors, Cdrrespondence Crltlcs,
,,1?? Corre?!'onlehtp; Snles, Cnllectlon
hCAdjuBtment Cprreapondents. eto., etc
lying
?1,800 TO $10,000 A YEAR.
Mftre an I rr n i l)U3lnesa trartsactlons an
f'ti? Inttiated, followed ui< an I consum
VBM ly effectivo busmess lotters; 4;> per
* nt of thej country's business ls now done
a this way.
More posltlona are open for e-pert busl
i?a?,\?tter-.wrjter9 tvan there are tralned
$35 TO $100 WEEKLY. {
applfcants vrtid -?? aci ^pte.d will he i
laroughJy trartrrwl in'Hi'"! t.i iSO hours of 1
ielr apare time at home by ;:i" famdUs |
APK METHOP to master the special
? and practical liroci 'lu:-^ rtf-ces- i
ny ? i 4u^!ily them fur this important \
I
FOR INTERVIEW, WRITE, QIVING '
DSlTION AMi TELEPHONE NUMBER, !
R iALL OS
B. A IfANCHBSTER, REGISTRARj
11> WBS'i 42D .'T.. NfEW iTORK.
Teiejih :?? ? } Bryant.
Open Eveniag .
>ARE
FOR WHAT
YOU BEST FlTTED?
fKtt ir.e ppr?on in twenty is in tho r!gh?.
<"'< C:r vocatHnal analysi^, bascrl on
~ >n bcI ntlfic Ipwb, v.-Hl determlne your
Wltiea and 'he v~ca;lon ln whi?h you will
r. ive jreat -t Buccaffi. Catl !>?re for de
flt No oi ;^p.tion Involved, Hooklet "L"
qaest. .M rtcn Inatltute, ??; Plfth ave.
Ith st.) New rork. Tel. Chelsea 4054.
AUt I3IO! I '..'?: I. -:ov. LEDOH '
? Talaabli aaset to increaae your earri
Ka U ? ? r .\cv. V&ik'a most complete
W?l- il I rse 56'j. with driv
11 *??' '?'? ? i Catalog T, or 'phor.o
? ? ' Ircl
BIBWART ? [i 13It,B SCHOOL
125 West ';?(: St., at Eroadway.
MO INST'RUCn -.?rTer.^ring. dHvlng
.'"''' v ? Ing claases; completo
!:rv- ???'!; reductlon tp
"?'' '??':- ? ? :an Autd SchooL 7?S
. , ?'?' nos", $io.
",-\,' ; baker, Mluiell,
? X. <.j.. 13 3 I,?.-..!.r".-j>. -?v..-.. .^5 li.
?':-s '- ? pa ??? time, v.-riting
.,,''. :-"v . ? ? ? < Exp. unnec.;
te, 3b-. St.
?5iii llo.
MIS T . :-? , 1IAUFFEUR -Pleatant
>-i Profltabli wo k; day and evening
S*?8*6*! '' " free booklet and vlsitor'a
?* w.si SIde V. M. C. a.. 208 Weat
1 ? ?t.
.-SAP.V r.v- ;~V!.nvR WEI.DIXO.
train" I men. Elght
?.,. . ? ? l? g, 23d
g*T-M C. ? . x. y.
*TORS recelve ir,o
">lav costiy: In
? lyveaarrt. Empire
f?0RT,-? .....
?i, .'? ? ' ; ancement, pr?K'lgeawalt
!W.<,\''" ?' man; Invcrstigate
r- f? *' "r ? -' 'T" l; ti:.mg for yourself;
?niZ. .r;' ' ::.!:? 'ifttaiN of evening
,1.-. t. - . ;,?. y ,iriJ (,uf,)neM admln
J3"W ip?e? i,,...,. a^ f,.r pimlsslon
r;.*,^r.2:' v; 8M M . N Y.; A.
-,_^_"J ,: e, Brooklyn.
F. P.
L
t~bn T?r':" m?chahlcal and
'.;."ii? Jr',! drnwlnn itnl ty;.-wrltlnar
? W v," " bla tor r^Klat^atton
?a t- i,<'5'r!. * '?? ???! C. A, 65 Hin.
^___HELJ> \\ ANTED MALE
''?"'. ,?'''?" ' ]';:?>.?'?'.;,.? ?,-Karilza
ett m< y to take
... ?..-.; xhe li
and be fa
'???' ? ? . . ? nd : rtfb
IU ?',?;??, I..
,' "'.an evening ol
w> SJ2 '?'- ??-? Th<s poaltlon offera
?*iit r. i'" tiRy ) r
' /<?*, ''. ???' Satarjr fl.80.?
of a !-.?:.,-.?
tp*'1"" ??? n , in Trlbuh':
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?,W!*? ow '^ ' " A^ly 17 h-?".
R''*rv j/./'" ?, ' ????/? M?-"-te<l. E^id,
j- -.. r'" "I ?'? ? -? I : e
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G la s
HELP WANTED MALE
BOOKKEEPERS
FOR LARGE RBTAIL CON.
SS&Si STAT? SALARY AND
EXPERIKNTE
WUITK C. S. T., ROOM 2B02,
110 WBHT 40TH ST.
Boys and Young Men
TO DO LIOHT WORK AXD MAKE BIO
MONBY; OOOD QHANOB FOR AD?
VANCEMENT; 8UORT HOURS; GOOD
I'AV TO START.
Newport Optical Mfg. Co.
24 BOBRl'M ST., BROOKBYN.
BOYS. 2. Chrlstians. to run errands; good
opportunlty to advnnco and learn automo
Mio parts. Detroit-Cadlllac Mntor Car Co.,
? Lafuyctte ave, Stock Room, Brooklyn.
BOY wnrtted by prnm'hont export house to do
general office work and dellver docurnents
to consular and steamship ofllcop: excellent
cpportunlty for clenn cut American lad to
t^egin a career ln the export trade with an
iVmeHcan houae of hlgh standlng. Apply,
stating age and salary desired. Box 107,
1W St. Jamea Building.
BOYS of intelllgence and reftnement soek
Ing position where enrncst and consci
cntloua effort will bc rewarded by promo
tlon may obtaln employemcnt with one of
the large transatlantlc ntcamshlp com>
parHea. Apply ln own handwrltlng. Sal?
ary to Htart $12. Address A. M., P. O. Box
.s22, City Hall Statlon.
BOY wanted; splendld opportunlty for
public or hlgh school graduate, from
15 to 18 years old, to Btart with a good
salary; must be br'gtit and aclive and be
able to furnish good referenoes. Apply
Mr, Sandler, Bm'plre Carpet Co., 268 Canal
Bt., New York city.
BOY wuntcd bV large manufacturlnrr con
cern for light errands; not over 16; short
hours; Ilheral ealary ; vacation with pav.
Call or wrlte Doxter Foldor Co., 251 West
19th.
BOYS.?Two neat boyH for office routlne and
important -riands to banks and ofllces;
excellent position; advancement sure. La
mont, Corllse k Co., 131 Hudson et.
BOY, about lfi to 18 yeara. for clerlcal
work in warchouse office. Lawrence,
Son & Gerrlth, Inc, 221 South et., New
York.
BOY, RRIOHT: 8PLENDID OPPOR
TUNITY TO LEARN ADVERTWINU.
CALL Mlt. NBTTER; LIGHTOL1ER CO.,
660 BROADWAY.
BOY, 10. to work in wholeeale surglcal ln
strument house; $12 per week to fitart.
Call after 8:30 a. m., Fred Haslam & Co., 83
Putftekl st.. Brooklyn.
BOYS?Have openlng for two brlght, wide*
awake boys, to start as office boys,
Crompton-Rlchmond Cp? 31 East 31st st.
BOYS, EHiUMis. 'N LARGE SILVER
WARE HOl.'SK; tiOOlt OPPORTUN1TY.
TIIEO. B. STAKH, 4 MAIDEN LANE.
BOY for office v. ork; chance for advance?
ment. George F. Wlemann Co., 400
Greenwlch st.
BOY to learn giod trade, poster typesettlng;
good pay; at.vnnoemem. National Prlnting
& Engravlng Co.. 130 West 62d 8t.
BOYS.?Active, under 18; old establlphed
flrm; good salary and advancement. Apply
Dow, Jones & Co.. 41 Broad st.
BOY wanted, over 18 years, for office
work; cxceptlonal opportunlty. Address
A., Box 70'J, Trlbune OITlce,
BOY?Wanted. brlght boy; splendld chance
for advancement. Adolph Kuft, 22 West
27th st.
BOY for office work; chance for advance?
ment 135 William st., 12th floor.
BOY to make himself generally useful; ref?
erenoes. Davld Stern & Co., 392 Fifth ave.
BOY wanted, light work; good hours.
Room 422, 47 West 42d st.
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT
THE NEW TELEGRAPHY?
It offers excellent training
and advancement
to
Young men,
18 to 21 years.
$65.00 A MONTH
DURING THE
TRAINING COURSE.
INQUIRE
WESTERN UNION,
24 Walker Street,
(Near Canal and Broadway)
Room 1702
BETWEEN 9 A. M. AND 4 P. M.
DRAFTSMEN
YOUNG MEN WTTII TWO OR THREE
YEARS EXPERIENCE FOR GENERAL
DRAFTING ROOM WORK; GOOD PROS
PECT3 FOR CONSCIENTIOL'Si STEADY
WORKERS Al'I'liY J. II. WIBLIAM.S &
CO? 152 HAMILTON AV., BROOKLYN.
DRAFTSMAN wanted; experi
enced in machinery and fac
tory layout. Havirshaw Elec
tric Cable Co., Yonkers, N. Y.
OT'.AKTf-MAN- Btructural sl.lp experlence;
machlne lnntaliatlon, plplng valve work;
experlenced fabrlcating shops; ehlp or bridge
work. A., Box 694, Trlbune Offloe.
DRAFTSMAN,?Rtructural stccl detailer.
farnillnr with thcatcr work; only experi
enced men apply. Chlef Draftsrnan, National
Bridge Worka, Bevlew ave., Long Island City.
DRAFTSMEN, mechanicftj, electrlcal; only
those thoroughly experlenced ln large power
pjaht daslgn n^ed apply. 148 Duane st.. thlrd
!!ot,r
DRUaOtBTS' SUNbRIES?A large wholc
siile house In N^w York dolng a national
buslnesa haa an op'-irtng for h buyer; ac
tlve, experlenced rnan ln ilrugglsis' sun
<'rl?s, rubb-r k'->'"1u novaltlaa and klndred
lirios, an ununual opportdnlty for the right
man to bullfl up a future; must be hx
perienced an i famlllar wlih merchandla",
iftrkelsand courees of supply, and wllllng
to work; stnto age, slngle or married, ex
perience and prcsenl posltlort; alno educa?
tion and other detalls. A., 705, Trlbune.
BLBCTRICAL St'PPLY MAN as aaslstant
to buyer in larg<; New York ooncerrj
doing ? national buatneaa; must be well
;,,,- '. ) .,n elflCtrlcal goodo and sources of
gupply and fatnlllur with Jobbers' coats; a
man with Wvstern exp'-rlence preferred.
State age, prcserrt employment, experlence
and oth.-r detalls; good opportunlty for
sh- right man to develdp atid work up to
a big poartiOn Addreas A., Box 700,
Trlbuna.
VltASfl CLERK, about 13 years old, re
,;..,.., state referencaa and salaiy. B.,
Box ??7, THSitne Office.
HARPWAHK BCVBR In husy Johhlng "?
t?bli?hm?nt op<-ratin* In ih? West ftnd
South; acllva man with experlence and
HiUiuMve t\?r"t>*nry; xtate ag? and previous
occutffttton; Ms* opporttthlty for a future
!?>?? brlgb'. Hggi?."?slv? young rnan with
real hardwara experlence. Addrees Box
A , *>'>'?>, 'I'rlburie.
i ?? PANBHH COCI'LB 1*6 Ta1<?
ENT1RR ' HAROB "K HMAI.I,
COUNTKY HOUSBj MU8T IIAVB
?;<>(y|> REFBRBNC^BS.
KOU8TOK, ??< WAI.I, ST.
OFFICE ROT wanted by export commis?
sion h'lti*'-; good iipporlunity for ari
',;,()'???'(/? to willlni? worlter. f.^all.
j ., ? I'.,, 100 Hudaon st.
HACHIHMEM WAN'IKO?Kactory r?bullt
).,, . , ,. ,n mftkl demand; attractlva
Bffl?fl?itlon (IttiwtUted ttpon sppneatlon;
. ,,(r>,?i.,, r.,mrr)ls?i?n*; slctit $100 weekly
,? ??;,, territory aaalgnea; io<-i> who
,?? orortucH, only hualiera n-d apply.
Eastman Rubbar W(?rk?, tno., an W, 4ffth
I.- , ..?? w York.
i sjLjf j e
HELP WANTED MALE
JAMES M'CREERY & CO.
RBQUIRB
THE SERVICES OF
EXPERIENCED SALESMEN
FOR THEIR
Ladies' Shoe Department.
?5?eJ.wn-J?^alary and ?mmIsslon.
SPLENDtD OPPORTUNITY FOR
ADVANCEMENT.
Apply Superintendent's OfTlce, 8th Floor.
35th St. Employees' Entrance
MEN!
POSSESSING BACK BONE,
BETWEEN THE AGES
OF 25 TO 50
$10,000 A YEAR AND Up
IF YOC CAN QCAL1FY;
K MEN WILL BE EMI'LOYEO
FROM JANl'ARY 12 TO JANUARY 16
APPLY IN PERSON TO SUITE 1017,
225 FIFTH AVE..
BETWEEN 10 A. M. AND 5 p. M.
OFFICE BOY?Must furnlsh references;
good chance for advancement. I. A.
Oanzer. 1476 Broadway.
OPPORTUNITY.
Large manufaeturlng Industry
Is golng to take on a few.
young men between ngea of 21
and 25 who have had a year
or more of college work. They
will be placeu In a department
where they will be InBtYUcted
and work in dutles that will
enable them to be used in the
posttions of especially destr
able nature that open up and
will give them a good working
knowledge of tho produet
itsclf.
Salary to start will be ap
proxlmatcly $21 per week with
increase in about 1 or 5 weeks.
Only high grade reflned voung
men will be engaged, but to
such la offered an iulercstlng
future. They must come pre
pared to prove their nmbitlon
by working under plca.sant
but difficult conditinns during
their trainlng period.
Mention ln a brief letter your
AGE
EDUCATION
RELIGION
EXl'ERIENCE.
Address E. R. B., 810 Broad
st., Newark, N. J.
OPPORTUNITY?We can start vou In the
popUlar, splondldly paylng windbw
bakery business; no experlence nueded ?
send for eircular. Atherlcan Systeni; Btti
floor, 12o E. 46th st., New York City.
REAL ESTATE concern requlrea soverai
men who have the. personality, experl
PI\C? ?na a"'bltion to make, good ln an es?
tablished office; selling and rentlng oppor
lunittes open. This is not a drawlng ac
; count prnpositlon, but one which will ap
Peal to the right man, to whom an oxtra
? high (?( mmission basis will be offered The
| lirm is old established, well known ftml
progressivc enough to know i hat with good
| workers liiere are many latent opportunl
I tles which will yield results in the big
market now developipg. Address i; ,M 202,
Trlbune oltice.
SALESMEN
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A REAL PO
SITION? DO YOC WANT TO MAKE
REAL MONEY? ARE YOU WltUNG
TO 8PUND ABOUT THREE DAYS 1N
TRAINLNG TO SELL WHAT WE HAVE?
If you can answer "yes" to t heae three
questlons, read c n. There are a few
ppenlngs In Ihe saks force of the largesl
institution of I;h charactter in America
consisting of 1,300 men. 104 oftlces, and
still growlng rapidly. .Men who carry oul
our plan of lnslructinn will be rewarded
with Ruceesa? Which will be followed bv a
managershlp. We want men who 'can
"Tell the Truth" ab-iut what they haVe
to selL Men that wunl to enter into a
field where. the future Is unllmll-d; men
with ambltlon. Our saleamen are enjoying
luvurlew dorlved by their earnings, lf you
think you have tho ability and with our
co-operation you will surceed. Phone Maln
4158 fur an appolniment.
SALESMEN.
WHAT YOC WANT,
produclng atock salcsmcn, Is to handle
this Issue of a rapidly golng and growlng
Industrl'al, now ltianufacturlng and mar
ketlng a neccsslty for which there is a
great demand and ah unllmlted Held.
Company is exqeptionally strong. Offl.
cers arc wfll known business men ,,r un
questlonablo Integriiy. Best of references
Strongest klnd of selling polnts, and a
future as big as the can, f,,,- those wish
Ing to conneet permanently. Commission
basis. 1208 Wilson Building, 1270 Broad?
way. Call prefeiably before 10:30 a m.
or after 4 p. m.
SALBSMAN WANTED -Thoroughiy ex?
perlenced apeclalty salosman, having sold
food products preferred, to se|] natlollallv
ndverllr.ed food produet io rotall grrtcery
trade; have vacancjes with headquartcrs
in New ilaven, Corin.; IndlanapollH, Ind.;
D'erlVer, Colo.; road work; splendld oppor
tunlty to conneet with growlng concern;
favorable vonsldei ation will eniv be giveii
to replles statlng age, nationality, expcrl
ereo, salary expected. a C03, Trlbune.
SALBSMAN with established stpek cllon
tele wanted, for exccptlptral proposition.
See Mr. Jones, 116 Nassau st., Room 1002.
SlLVEItMAN, experlenced, ror hotel; good
wages; day off. Apply Steward, ?) E. 28th.
Stenographer?Young Man
to asslst In factory office; must '. e hlgh
school graduate and have had experlence
ln clerical work; good opportunlty for
advancement to right man. Apply by let?
ter only, giving fuli experlence' and salary
expected, '106 East 131st st.
STOCK SALESMEN
to ?nll stock of u p'etrdleuni company pay?
ing 2?'/o dlvldcnds; nbly managed by had
Ing oil producers and bankers; has 20 pro?
duclng wolle, all ita oil being taken by
Pralrlo Pipe Llnos. ?'all 34 Plne st..
Room 002.
STOCK SALESMEN
to sell BocurlUos of proven sulphur corpnra
tlon; must have sorno cllentele and refer?
ences; to work on 26% commission basis. B.,
B(,x 491, Trlbune Olllce.
YOUNG MAN
HAVING EXPERIENCE, <?H IS WILL
tN'G TO LlSAItN, IN A FlRICAlt.YLS AN'O
HPORTCNO OOODS BTpRIfl; MCST B?
AMIHTtOUg AND HAVM RBFERBNCKH.
APPLY FROM fl:fsf> A. M. TO 5:30 P M.
AT 3KCONU FLOOR, -KIKKLAND BROS.
& CO., 00 CHAMBKRS HTr ?
YOUNG MAN
ns SHslstnnl In shlpplng department; must
b? hlgh aobonl graduatu and have had
some sxpeHanco in enceklhg, Apply by
l?tt?r, glvlilg previous experlence, 1DB East
131st st.
YOl'Nu MAN wanted to leftrn ihe Irlvest
nirrn biinklng business with a vlaw to bo- ]
(?/(rnlng a uwjirliy sulcsmnii; business ex
perTenco iinnecassary; must hovo attondedi
rtgular day courae ln nn accepted uhivpr
n'v nplendld opportunlty for iho rlrhi m?n
Address Y. M., J*. O. Box 872, City Hall
Btatlou, Nuw York.
A d v e
HELP WANTED MALE
TRAVELING 3ALES3IEN
not over 45, or
COLLEGE GRADUATB
who can Bhow record o? s-uccpss,
wanted to represent a large corporation
in negotlatlons ot a difflcult nature,
J oaltion worth $5,000 to right man:
drawing aocount against commission.
J. II. IIUNTINGTON,
105 West 4 0th st?
between 0 :30 arui x o'clock.
liELl" WANTED FEMALE
INSTIUCTION
WANAMAKER
BEAUTY SCHOOL,
B83 Fifth Ave., Near 36th St.
Leadmg School of America.
EARN $25 WEEKLY.
Hairdressing, Manicuring,
Marcel Waving.
All Branches Taught.
REGTf.TER NOW FOR MIGtt
CJ..ASS POSITION: WB CAN
KOT HUPPI.Y THE DEMAND;
REACH OfT FOR SUCCBSS
1 \" AN BNVIRONMHNT OP
WBALTH AN'l) REFINEAIBNT:
DAY AN'l) EVENINCA CLASSBS.
Pui>ne 1178 VanArbUt.
The United States School
SECRETARIES
042-544 Fifth Ave. (4Cth St.). The oldest and
pre-eminently the most RUcuessful. Prepares
ior and obta ns excellent posllions, Write for
Catalog A. Prof, 31 aghc-r, M. A? Dlrector.
EARN $25 woekly, spare time, wrlting
ior newspapors, magazlnes. Exp. unnec ?
detatls freo. Press Syndlcate, 220 St'
l.ouls, 31 o.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
A LEADING downtown establl?hmrnt has'
an opening for several young women as
fealespersons; salary. $14 a woek to starf
ppportunity for advancement; congenlai I
Burroun.lings. Address Box AG97, Tribune i
ASS1STANT supervlsor nnd housewcrker for
Jewlsh institution of about 20 gitis, from
8 t.i IG veara old, at Jamaica, I.. I.. N. Y ;
good salary and maintenance. Kindly apply
or cal Miss E. Brown, 55 Eastern Parkway,
Brooklyn. Phone Bedford 1478.
BILLERS, tJriderwood machlrtej espe
rienced operatora; salary dependeht
upon abillty to produce r.esults; hours s-30
to 5, half day Saturtlo.ysi excellent work
Ing conditions; llfe insurance equivalent
to one year'a salary ,-it no expense to op
erators i.s-.-,n ? I after one year's service An
swer In Hetall, P. O. Box 977, City Hall
Statlon.
BOOKKEEPER'S-ASSISTANT
experkneed, to work on voucher and pay
roll reglsters; preferen e will be given
applleant With krrowledge oTvouchera sys?
tem methods. Apply in wrltlng, stating
tifjre, experichce and salary, Box !>!), care
of Grceley Advertislng Agcney, Inc., 1J0
West 34th k;., New York.
BOOK K BEPER'S A SSI ST A \T. experiehced
at Burrouiih's addlhg machihe and go6d iit
delails nnd flgurcs. Call W.Ilawn I70fi
Benford Auto Products, Pearl st? hear South
st., Mt. Vernon, N. V.
BOOKKEEPER, asslstant and typist?One
who has had experknee in ready to wear
llne: closed Saturday. Rosengarten &
I ICellner, 20 West 201 li st.
CLERICAL WORKERS"
Several bright glrls, with some
high school education and good
knowledge of Hg in s for cost work.
Hours D io 5 with half holiday Sal
urday :ill year. Experi nee not
iit cessary.
Applv ;?!! week aftt r fl ;;. m.,
B3IPLOY.M EX T DEPA1 IT M E S T
AMERICAN LITHOORAPHIC CO.
52 E. 19TII ST? N. Y.
C031BINATTON WAITRESS-Chambermaid;
go home nlghts. Applv Mondav morn
in? before 12. Mrs. Ingrum, 133 East
COOK AND CIIAMBERMAID, WAITRBSS
--YUo UI.RI.i8, FRIENUS OR RELA
TIVBS PREFERRBD; FOR LONG ISL
ANI>; .111 ST BE EXPERIENCED \.\'l>
HAVE GOOD REFERENCES. HOCSTON.
04 YVA1.I. S I'REET.
CORSET FITTER
RBFINED AND EXPERIENCED;
EXCELLENT SALARY AND OP
PORTUN.1TY. APPLY SUPERIN
TENDENT'S OFFICE, ElGHTH
FLOOR,
JAMES M'CREERY & CO.,
35TH ST. EMPLOYBES' ENTRANCE.
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT
THE NEW TELEGRAPHY?
It ofFers
Excellent Training
and advancement
to
Young women
16 to 25 years.
$65.00 a month
during the
Training Course
IXQUIRB
Western Union,
24 Walker Street
(near Canal and Broadway)
Room 1702.
BETWEEN !) A. 31. AND 1 P. 31.
ELEVATOR OPERATORS
rcfined Young and Middle
Aged Women; $17 per
week to start; splendid
opportunity for advance?
ment; liberal rest periods
morning and afternoons,
excellent rest room facili
ties.
Apply at Supcrlntondont'a Office,
Kigluh Floor.
JAMES M'CREERY & CO.,
25)11 ST, BMI'LOYBES' ENTRANCE.
FILING CI.BRK, al.ntit IS years old re
qulred. Htato rtfiri-nccB and salary. B,
Box 4K0, Tribune OHlco.
OBMBRAL OFFICE ASSTSTANT, good
peitman, experienced. Address In own
hantlwrlllng, stating snlory tleslred, Clirls
tl.iii. I!'.\ I l :i, I SDS Bi ondway.
aiRLB experleacnd on work nt natln
iiims; stencly. Magee Art Co., 544
Broadway
MOTHRU'H HELI'ER?Rellabls woman;
rofen.? roqulrcd; phone Cor Inforhia
tlon Mondtty botweefl 3 nnd 11. P.lversldo
i* t i s i n ?
_r..--??.?-_*?
HELP WANTED FEMALE
GIRLS AS TYPISTS.
Girls, age 17 and over, wanted
as typists. Permanent posi
tions. Large financial institu
tion. Hours 9 to 4:30. Satur
day half holiday. Luncheon
served free. Opportunlty to
study stenography and opera
tion of dictaphone without ex
pense. Salary $12. Call after
9 A. M., room 5030 Metropoli
tan Life Building, Fourth Ave?
nue & 23rd Street, New York
City.
GIRLS AS CLERKS.
Girls, age 17 and over, wanted j
as clerks. Permanent positions. j
Large financial institution.'
Hours 9 to 4:30. Saturday half
holiday. Luncheon served free.!
Opportunity to study typewrit
ing, stenography and dicta?
phone without expense. Salary
to start $12. Call after 9 A.
M., room 5030 Metropolitan
Life Building, 4th Avenue &
23rd Street, New York City.
GIRLS GIRLS
LIOHT, CLEAN WORK; EASY TO
LBARN; ADVANCEMENT; $15 PER
WEEK START; HOURS 8-5, SATURDAY
WM. RANDELL & SONS,
112 RAYMOND ST., BROOKLYN.
GIRLS, LIGHT WORK
ON MILLINERY ORNAMBNTS
GOOD PAY; SANITARY WORKROOM.
A. H. VEITH & SON,
:!1S WEST 30TH ST.
GIRLS To BOX AND ASSORT MBN'S
NBOKWBAR- STBADY POSITION
GOOD lAV.i HORN, 8-16 BROADWAY. '
HOUSEWORKER, general; white; 2 adults
.-111)1 baby; good wages; excellent homo:
relerences. Apt Jl, 935 St. Nlcholus ave.
JAMES M'CREERY & CO.
REQUIRB
i
I
TI1E SERVICES OF
I
Experienced Saleswomen
FOR THEIR
Ladies Shoe Department
Excellent salary and com?
mission; splendid oppor?
tunity for advancement.
i APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
E1GHTH FLOOR,
35th St., Employees' Entrance.
i
' JOINERS on motion picture
film, experienced and begin
! ners; pleasant work, good sal
| ary. Call Eclipse Film Labora
jtory, 521 West 23d.
I M 1 L L I N E R Y.?Experienced
i power machine operatprs on satin,
! silk and crepe hats. Tas. G. johnson
& Co., 5th Floor, 5-7 West 32nd St.
MILL1NERS and Shopper. E. H.
Ficlding, 3 East 35th st.
MILL1N ERY.?C r o w n scwers
and liners on block hats. 5th floor,
[as. G. Johnson & Co., 5-7 West
32nd St.
MODELS.?SEVERAL STYL
ISH YOUNG LADIES FOR
MISSES' SHOWROOM MOD?
ELS; 16 SIZE; MUST BE
THOROUGHLY EXPERI
ENCED. IIIGHEST SALARIES
PAID. MAX RUBEL & CO., i
136 MADISON AVE.
____._:__.____.. j
MOTHER'S HELPER.?Reflned, experlenced
womart to enre fnr Infant and hdp with
li.'.'lu houscwork ; one with hospital experl?
ence preferred only. Irvlng '.?:. Augenbllck,
c'are Ajax Dress, 15 East 28th st.
OFFICE ASSISTANT wanted to make iier
self generally useful in oillce work. Lon
don Shrinklng & RReilnlng Work, II West
3d st.
()PERATORS.?Women Operat
ors experienced pn wiring ma?
chines. 5th Floor, Jas. G. Johnson
& Co., 5-7 West 32nd St.
OPERATORS, experienced power
machine operators on satin, silk
and crepe hats. 5th floor, Jas. G.
Johnson & Co., 5-7 West 32nd St.
SALESLADIES
in candy department
of our rctail stores.
Permanent Positions.
Experienced preferred,
but not essential.
PARK & TILFORD
529 West 42nd Street
STENIIGRAPHR "nd typlst?Underwood;
mu?t be hecurnte And experlenced; sal
ary, $20 per we( k. AB98. Trlbune,
WANTED?-Typlst; Hmnll swltehhonrd to
operate; llmlteit Imoks lo keop. Room;
24, fil Mnld< n Unrii. City.
WANTED -A French nurso for two lltU*
g.'rle. Wllron, 981 Madison ave. 8781 j
Rliliu'lundor.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
SALESWOMEN
FOR
NECKWEAR AND
NOTION DEPARTMENT
Must be experienced
Excellent salary and com?
mission. Apply Superin
tendent's office, 8th floor.
JAMES M'CREERY & CO.,
35TH ST. EMPLOYBES' ENTRANCE,
STENOGRAPHER; must "be
familiar with office work;
good salary and chance for
advancement. Apply James
Butler, Lnc, 390 Washington St.
STENOGRAPHER~TYPIST;
1 PIRTKALCHOCOLATE CO.?"
'? 2 DEAN ST.. BROOKLYN
STENOi IKAPHER for permanent positlorr
,, " j,!i" ;',1! titenographer.. havlng at least
loJnP y.V-"-s' \-*i".''"'"'" In manufacturing or
i-i . rffl-S?' Apply wlth references to Tate
J.lcetrlc Yv aterproofing Corp,, 31S W. 3:kh st,
STENOG RAPHBR and typist who has had
experiertoe in automobile llne Write
une cffflce." partlculars' A- Bu* ?8, Tribl
STENOGRAPHER, wltn at least 3 years' cx
perlence, general knowledge bookkeepine
30 Church Secutlve abilit>'' ^all Room 912
STOCK GIRLS for millinery de?
partment. 5th floor, Tas. G. Jqhn
son & Co., 5-7 West 32nd St.
iW1TCI1 BOARD OPERATt. il. "vv"ith clerl
ca experlence; reflned, neat appear*
law offl -. Address A., Box 707
j Tribune (iftli
TELEPHON E OPBRATOR for Monltor
board; yoUng lad: ; must be neat- accu
" : ."'"' ???,?' P??iaanl personallty.' Call
Boyd & l oyd, 45 East 17th st.
TELEPHONE OTETtATOR wanted. "~ Applv
WeLB?tn^natthr'nkin6 & ^"n'^lng WorkPPJ3
TYPIST &BILLING CLERK;
' PIRIKA CHOCOLATE CO?
0"2 DEAN ST . BROOKLYN.
TYPISTS wanted by insurance company;
typist.s who have had a fev. months'
ojiafneM ?experienee. Applv to Mr. Doh
aldson. .10 loh.n st? New York City.
WANTED- -Nurse, experienced. for babv
k:j1. 2 months, and to assist with two
little girls, i and 4 years; best references
required. Mrs. C. B. Martiri, 226 White
stone av., Flushing.
WANTED?Nurse for twin girls. 7e"v7n
months old. Tel. Yonkers, 1132.
YOUNG WOMEN .
FOR
AUDITING DEPARTMENT
Young women, over'" 18
years of age, ciuick at fig
ures; liberal salary to start
with splendid opportunity
for advancement. Apply
Superintendent's office,
8th floor.
JAMES McCREERY & CO.,
;.vi'!l ST., EMPLOYES ENTRANCE.
YOUNG LADY
Qulr.k and aceurato at llgures;
Bptendid opportunitv; good paying
posltlon, Sackett & Wllhelm Corp.,
Ctrand st. and Morgan ave., Brook?
lyn.
YOUNG GIRL or rld?rly woman who would
appreciate good heme, to take care of two
I chlldren during day; evenings off and wages.
Call Wadsworth 8433 from 8 to 11.30 a, m.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
A.?A.?BL'TLBR-VALET?trish; very n^t
and capable; $85-$!)0. A? 31iss Hof
mav^r's Agcney, 10 E. 43d st., 3d floor.
Telephone 8047 Murray Ilill.
BUTLER, neat, nlee appearlng young Fil
Ipino; thorough y expt rii nced; .-i n
dhl references: very desirable; city, $75.
Mason's Agency, 131 AYes' 42d st.; Bryant
5G33.
BUTLER; capable, good appearlng Eng
h'sli toap: JXB; eity or countiy; lonq; ref
orenees. Miss Shea's Agency, 0 East 41st
st.: -Murray Tl 111 6774.
BUTLER-V A L E T--Thoroughly < xpert
ertced; excellent references. Miss Shaugh
nessy.'s Agency, 800 6th av.
CHEF; college or slmllar reterenoea.
Damolen, care Mass. 616 Atlantic Av.,
Brooklyn.
COLORED COUPLE; chauffeur, butler;
excellent cook, hoseworker, entlre work;
$125; (Ine n ;? n nces; city or country. Mtss
Shea's Agency, 6 East 4 1st .st.; Murray
llil! 0774.
COOk' Frenchman: neat. nic". thorough?
ly experienced; prlvate family, city; ex?
cellent references; $80. 31r.s. Mason's
Agency, 131 West 42.1 st>; Bryant 5633.
CORRESPONDBNT-SECRETARY; 26; sev
ep years' commerelal eiperlence; ex-U.
S. anny officer. B., liox 466. Tribune Uiflce.
COUPLB; Bngllah; butler valet: Swedlsh
chantberma,ld, parlor mald; exceptlon
nlly llne pnir; ro apywhere; $15 0: tlneat
references. Miss Shea's Agency, 8 East
41st st; Murray Ilill 6774.
tiOUPLE iFlhhlsh-Erigllsh), cook and rhauf
f.-tir, coOk and butler; referehceb. Lenti's
Agency, 77 E. 125th st. Harlem 6515.
CQUPLE?Butlor-cook; first class; excel?
lent referenceB. Miss Shaughncsy's
Agency. 860 6th av.
COUPLB, cook and handyman, deaire posl?
tlon anywnere; references. Kailio, :;4i
Lenox av.
GOING to Texna next week; what have
you to offer? B., 455 Tribune.
IIOUSEMAN; understahda plumblng and
electriclty; most capable; young; Frcnoh
ttallah; ?70; ailywhere; exceptlonal reter
eitces. Miss Shea's Agcney, U East 41st at.
.Murray Ilill 6774.
HOUSBMAN, experienced, rellable, in pri
vate family; best references, Schlemmer,
245 Eaat 73d st.
PAIN'TINO, paperhanglng; city, country:
hlgheat erade. Ferry, 346 E. 104th st
Harlem 3411
TltAFFie pusiTlON, auhordlnate, "xpert
enced, Internatlonal atudent, E. Mundy,
51 Chntham st.-, Platnfleld, N. J.
YOUNG 3IAN'. 21. four years' experlence.
general ofllce routlne, bookkeeplng, ste
nography, typcwrlUng, etc; salary $30;
emploved at present; can call any day bo
twoen l and 2. Box A 095, Tribune Offlce.
YOUNG MAN: Z": ahipping and packtng
ex'perlence; for Saturday afternoon* only.
B., liox 465, Trlbuno Offico.
m n s_
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
A.-?A.?Chambermald ar waltress; ex?
perienced"; good' r^tec^nces: $50?$55.
J., Miss Hofmayer's /.gency. 10 East 43d
st., 3J floor. Tel. S947 Murray Hlll.
A LADY eo'ntemplating early business trip
to Germany offers her services ln ex?
change for fare. ".C. F." Box 3, 21'5 Fifth
ave., New York.
COMPANTON?An American woman of 40.
with pleasing personallty. would like to
act in capaolty of companlon: would travel
or go anywhere. Address care Lavoy &
Shlne, Stamford, Conn.
CHAMBERMAID-MAID ? Capable Irish
glrl; city or Short Hllls dlrectlon; $50:
fine referenees. Miss Shea's Agenoy, 6
Ka-st 41st st. Murray Hlll 6774.
CHAV.RERMAID and WAITRESS. Hol
lander; city preferred. lrvin's Agencv,
| $30 Slxth ave. Greeley 2399.
j COOK?Irlsh; excellent cook; \-ery neat;
has had temporary enKagernents: now
| desires permanent sltuatlon; $05?$76. D.,
I Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43d st.,
j 3d floor. Tel. 8947 Murrav Hlll.
COOK?Young colored woman: public or
private: $70 up: exeeptlonally capable;!
; finest referenees; country preferred. Miss
Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st st. Murray
Iliil 8774. " ;
i-;
COOK?Aceommodates hy day: first class '
tho-oughly exr>ectence<t Swedish woman"
excellent referenees; $3.50. Mrs. Mason's
! Agency. 131 Went 42d. Rryant 5633.
COOK and waitresB and ho?s?rworKers <FIn- '
nlsh-Ei]?.ll(=h) girls; good referenees
; Lehlj's Agency. 77 E. 125th st. Harlem 5515.
COOK.?lrlsh; first class; excellent refer
, ences; tro anywhere. Miss McLaughlin's
; Agency, 321 Madison ave. Murray Hlll 3971. ]
cook. young, n?-at. capable; highlv rec?
ommended. Miss Shaughnessv's Agency,
SC0 6th ave. j
COOK?Young; good manager; excellent!
referenees. Miss FltsGerald's Bureau, ;
:"'" ;"h^_j
COOK, wllh excellent reforenoe desires
position; city. Kalllorarjo, 241 Lenox ave. ?
COUPLE?Japane^e and Engllsh; both first i
class; butler and cook or butler dinl
parlormald; $15"; excellent referenees;
, country preferred. K., Miss Hofmaver's
Agency, 10 East 43d st., 3d floor. Tel. j
8947 Murray Hlll.
DAY'S WORKER?First-class laundress.
cleaner; Wednesday, Thursday; rellable
responslble, lughly recommended; $.1.50.
; Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d. llrv
' ant 5633.
ENGLISH cook, wllh or without kltcheh
mald; most competent; $70; city only.
Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st st. Mur?
ray Elill G774.
HOUSEWORKER?Half day. mornlngs or
day's work by nn excellent young col?
ored woman; lii^hly recommended; $3.50
Masoh's Agency, 181 West 42d st.
HOUSEWORKBR?Capable young colored
woman; apartment preferred; $05; excel?
lent referenees. Miss Shea's Agency.6 Basl
' 41st st. Murray Hlll 077 1.
HOUSEWORKBR?Small familv of adults
'"'''?' apartment; $60. It., Miss Hof?
mayer's Agency, 10 Bast 43d st., 3d floor.
I'i. 8947 Murray Hili.
Hl IU8BWORKBR, young. good cook- ox
ceptionnl- r. i reinces. Miss Fltzgerald's
Bureau, 366' 5th ave.
l N l-'A K'T'S N URSB?Hospital tralhod ; very
heat, nlce young AnU-rlcail; exceptlon
ally well recommended; $?o. Mrs. Mason's
Agency, ;:;i West 42d st. Bryant 5633
INFANT'S NUR.SB?Scot< h Protestant.
McLaughlin's Agencv, 321 Madison ave.
Murray Hlll 3971
LADY'S MAID, chambermald, parlormald,
butler; together or Beparate; prescnt em?
ployer eloal.rtg house; all well recommend?
ed. O., Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East
43d st., 3d lloor. Tel. s<?47 Murray Hill.
LADY'S MAID, good dressmnker, n i .-??
exc^ptlonal referenees. Miss Fitzger
ald's Bureau. 266 5th ave.
LAUNDRESS?First class. thorouglilv ex?
perlenced; exteptldnally well recom?
mended; seven years last place: $55 nra
Mason's Agency, 181 West 42d. Bryant 5633
LAUNDRESS, chlldren's clothes, linens
laces; ex ellent. Miss Fitzigeratd's Bu?
reau, 366 5th ave.
MAID- -Attendant-companlon; undcratands
massaye, sews hleely; reflned, nlce
woman; exc II-nt credentJals; $&0\ Mrs
Mason's Agency, 131 West 42d st. Bryant
N I'Rs E- - Engilsh-Protestant; neat, nlce,
.taoroughjy experienced care growlng
chlM; excellent referenees; city; $60 Ma
son'p Agency. 131 Wesl 42d. Bryant 5633
NUftSB, young, thoroughly capable: f,
ceUent referenees. Miss FItzgerald's Bu
roau, 30C- ;ii h ave.
N'l-'RSW. two children, chambermald; rx
cel.lent. Miss FItzgerald's Bureau, 366
5ih ave.
PROTESTANT woman of reflnoment would
like care of elderly person: no house-!
work. Address care Lavoy & Shlne,
Stamford, Conn.
POSITION as housekeeper or chambermald;
steady and lellab'e. Miss Bnyder, 471
West 22d m
SEAMSTRESS wlshes steady position with
drcssmaker: machine work; flne hand
work; above 135th st. cr Bronx. J., 3i>20
Bi od 'way.
SWITCHBOARD ol'KItATOR ? Moei'or
board; reflned young woman. Anxious,
2110 Mapes Avenue, Bronx.
Two GIRLS?Cook, $>:<i; waltress-eham
bermaid, $50; capable young Boston
pirls; city preferred; splendid refereh es.
Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st st. Mur?
ray Hill 677 !.
WAITRESS, parlormald;' young Irlsh wo?
man; good city reference; city apart?
ment. M., Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10
Last 43d st? 3d floor. Tel. 8947 Murray
WAITRESS. thoroughly capable; mana
gei;; excc-llenl ref.erenc.es. Miss Fltzger
ald s Bur,eau, 366 5th ave.
WANTED position an housclu>eperi where
kitchen help is kept r with one or t\v? ln
family; no objecUon to invalld if not re
(luliiiiK too rduch care; am Amferlcan
Christlan; kindly nature; willing to go out
of town; pc.ple musl be comfortable; am
giving u;> home; wages second ponsidora
tion If people are nlce. Address Box Q. D.,
1358 Broadway.
WILL VISiT HOMB; do shopping; care for
invalld; do ahythlng that a person of
rorinement could do; best referenees. y. E.,
1358 Broadway.
WORKING HOUSBKBBPER ? Capable
Amctlcan wldow, with school boy, for
elderly or business people; ex ellent cook;
MO; city or county. Miss Shea's Agency,
6 East 4lBt st. Murray Hill 6774.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
_,,___ Protect yourselves
^ ^ ' expofdng to nnyone.
<\ -i myself or
Oiner attorney.-. Paul M. Kleln, Cons. Eng..
Reg. latent Attorney, 21 Park Row, N. Y.
NfcW SUi;ril WALB8 1N t'OU M AT lOS
BUREAU, H9 Broadway. New York C'ty,
wlil be pleased ;o ?end (iovernraent btilletlnl
er answer ,njulr(es regarding oppoi-iunum
for farming, uock-ralslng end frult-growlag
ln N?w So-^'b Wa.es. Auitralla.
LARGE HOTEL; center Elizafceth: pop.
1 1,000; fully equlpped, first class condi
lion. 5 Htories, 2 elevators; onlv hotel ln
city; for lease $Ul,non year; partlculars.
B. H. Miller ^- >'<?.. Kiizabeth, N. J.
EOR 8ITUATION, appblntmehts, cllentele,
'?" st, choicest boardiug house in Cat
Bkills; corhpletely furnishod; 45 bedrooms;
1 - acres Gentile community: slcknees
compels sale. R., r.ox ti". Trlbune.
PATENT FOR SALB?Devlce which ab*o'
lutely prevents film fire |n theaters. For
demonstrallon or Information, address
Seltgraphi 1039 Seneca av., Brooklyn. N. Y.
FI/RNfTURE FOR SALE
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6 JANUARY 1NVENT0RY SALE ?
O EVERYTHINO FOR TIIK liOME Si
O DIKECT FROM F.MTOUY TO YOC 2
g Quality rurnlture for Living Room, ^
g Bedroom and nining Room- of un-S
u usual h'gh grade, at PRICES fu ly 'A
(3 A THlRD LESS than Ulsewher*. a
O IV11Y? iJUHKLY' n
O We are manufaeturers. you pav no T>
g mlddlcmnn's prcftt, slde street (orn- ^
g tion means low overh ad charg-s, g
3 sellln.-, ..nly for CASH and big volume 5
O of business tnean (iuu-k ttrrnovers and o
w NEWESr PERIOD STYLES. h
% THE BiG "G" FURNITURE WORKS. n
O 808-80B Easl 76th Ht., N. Y. ^
O Just a step East of 3d Ave. "L" Sta ?>
S Cataiorflttsio 4-* Rent on Renuest. 2
g Bbowroomi open KfcnlnM UU ?:30 P. M. 2
g Saturrtaya 10 P. M. O
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EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES
MISS FITZGERALD'S
Employment Bureau, aiso
Governess and Nurses Agency
366 5th Ave. (n'r 34th).
Tel. 5244 Greeley.
Superior Help for Prof'l and Pom. Servlca,
mTss isabel shea
employment agency
? E 42ST ST., BE1. MAD. & 5TH AVE1
Select help, ru^io and L-male. for ciif
and nountry.
TELE"ilONR C774 Ml'RP.AT Jtlt.L
FOK HIGH-CLASS SERVfCE
COLONIAL AGENCY
TBLKPH'.'NB ."C:>6 PANOBRBU.T.
25 W. 42ND FT . N. Y.
BEST BBRVAN.T& MALfc ai-d KEMAH
Miss Hofmayer's Agency
10 EA.ST 4I'."> ST 3H F','>OP..
Bntrance a*s? at 7 Bast l!d St.
REL1APLB BFRVANTS.
Alsn Mstronf, On.vn.osse>>, Nu;!?s, Ma1da>
BeaftietY-osaea. ev. *nii all . I.i.-sos of Dijt
workcr* and BStueigency Kclpera
leitohor.o Murray li U o.'4.-!N94i.
Tokio Employment Agency
Japanepc. rellable and cbmpet nt . ines?
t'e help ror tamiiies. aparunenta, tiotela
and resiau'-ants. Piaza 1.110. 445 Ea?t
b7th.
,.Yr?, ljatr!e B? Ployment Ateno>
J?l Weat ?2d, Inlty HI<i>?. Bryant J7?T.
Mjst litmworihy ptoKssionalsi ior prl
vatt families. etc.
The Select Employment Agency
Bureau Fran i"a
EflV-ient Pervs.ita, All Kattonalltlts. $ ?!<?
J. M. ROfXEi., 641 6;h Ave. aro?ley5 45??
Mrs. DicVinson's ' operailv* Em
^.v.r.U3uii 9 ployment Bureau
Agency, 61 West 48th at. fcfnci nt Strvant
? mhi< and t<. male). 687 1 Bryant.
MISS M'LOUGHLIN %jjffi&
321 Madison^Ave. ^Tnm\m
phont scandinavian l?? M*
EMPLOYMENT AUKNCY.
Iit Lex. At.\ bet. 68th and 6'jtn 8f*
Mrs. EmiTy~Mason ,t.GnE^Nvw\'5
Etfl l<-nt Servants?Male- Feinala.
131 WEST 42d .ST TKL. HUYANT 66SJ.
j SALBM EMPLOYMENT AOBNCT fur
nl.'-hes all doiVieetlc male, tei ile, rhaut*
f'urs, portera, waltera, etc. Z-\ : seventk
tive. Mornlngside ?'. 833.
CHAS. IQUflU '??'''<? fc'riabllrtwd itwt. ?3B
j 0. C. Inflin sth AVB. T?l. 1399 Gri"ol?v
i I'mntiPCP Empio.vmerit Agency. Mo?t
[.?dpaiK.se reiiable domesth h-lp fur
I nlsiieu. ?i \V. 42d St. Tel Vandorhllt JOSJ.
! Ma~tha Ct llier Atrei ? y ?Su\>er!or heltf,
male, femilo. 467 4tn ave, Madlaoa
, So.uars 6'77*.
lF.TTTI aqbncy, 77 b iesTH st.
ULi11 * * TELEP1I 'S'H SS1S HARLEM
UEI.P WANTED MALE
MIPS SBAUGMNBSBY; hlch clasa employ?
ment agency, 860 Oih av.; male, tt ilo;
HELP WAVJLO FEMALE
BROWN EMPLOYMENT EXCHANOE,
2"0 HUOAIHVAV. ROOM 607
NO RE USTRATH >N FBE.
STENOGRAPHERS, TYPISTS CLERKS
BUS NESS CARDS
Autoroohiles
J. W. DUNTLEY, CHICAGO.
Robert C. Renner, Eastern rep
' sentative, now at Auto Show,
69th Regiment Armory, show
ing Duntley Magnetic Break
Timer for Ford cars and Ford
;son tractors.
Carpets
SLOANB'S. WHITTALL'S, ROYAL WIL
: TONS, Axmliister Carpets, $i 00 yard uj
. iti gi ey, blue, gri i 11, bt. n. mixed
for all pui po -i -, ttug ? all 111
| all prlci s, $10 50 1 up; Oi li ntal
. Kilim's, Hand Tuft rd: J 11 ? ? ? .?
I "lt:- l-a.^ i''". Dy< Ing . reu lonal |e b.
i gTILLINOS. INC., 020 C2 - dad 11
(ttffljt.); Plaza 8836.
Caipet Cleaning
BEWING?MAKINQ ()\KIt -CLEANINO.
,?'00 carpets, rugs, portlerea (all fi/-n>.
plain Oriental colors t?)l^htl) ueed
1-a origlnal price. 200 yds. of lnlald lini/
leunt, Jl.jo.
GEORGE
1037 SD AVE., blST ST. 4254 PLAZA
CAREFCL CARPET CLEANINO roM
1'ANY ? Cleans l<y cot ipi-es ed .<. i-a
hand or on door. 410 K.im isth ??: (<.ic ,-,,
RRANI.T. T. l..r;???. j .?! Murrt, Jl,,i
Dinmonds
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY PO: ;n^
FOR <\\?]1. esl itcaap pure! ed
BENNETT. .75 Broadway. upstalre.
Furniture
HIGHEST PRICES pab< for rurnlture, ?n
tii|ii'"=. ptnn -, bri a-brac. ?>? iks. art.
etc. UABAY, BtJ Uni\ rsity Pla I'hvn*
Mcn'a ( lothing
A.?We huy geniiemen's dh ?? 1 ?: >r.
in~, busini bs f.u! 0 fur lln' 1
roats, fu;l (I ? ss, fux'-i , ? . f
e\ery deaeriptlon . p ?" -r ,
others. Call, wi ite 01 pl r M . . i.tt
I-IOROrt'ITZ, 448 Tth ave U 1425.
A MA VI FACT1 HER ? l- ? ??
MEN'h Sl.'ITS AND ON
OF STYLE AND ?J. ALI IV
Fxtr;n?: linn ry valu?. 1 I .' 50.
KOB ??:-- CLOTH ES 5 IP >P,
1410 Broadw ay, coi : h ' , i : ght i:p.
MiM I l.l '? ' IIM S.
MIRAFLORA li.-..M> LOTION
for roug b, cl ip.d i 11 ?
houseki epi rs' deli
ur- d, 60 ctnl i | I M i r ;?
Co., 80 Walki r Strc-.t Ni .v v ik t'l ?
Old Gold and Silver
WORV ?t:T GOLU A.NB -iLVrV BOCQjTT T.X
R LONDMAN'S KO.'.S Cu..J ?'.d SUm il-fa?n,
14 John it. a
Itues
ORIENTAL RUGS
tity bought for blghi ?.-:??
spei lall y call or writi Ra najian, 30
West 46th sl 'Phone E-: : B yant.
Trunks
15TO BARGAIN?New and used wardrobe
trunks :.'lr. 6th av, bet. SOth-Slat .?ts.
BUSINESS CARD3
I'atents
PATENTS
Ovrr "1 yars pi a tlca, a;, :om
rnuni"JLtiona etrtctlj conildantla.li
hanaoook on pat-ttii fr- j:i .-?
^uest, ?p'<a! tacilltlta f <r ufBoa
cori'Jltitlonfc.
Munn a co.
PAILM ATTO?NK?8,
?97 Woulworth ltutni..ig, Sew tork.
iypewrtteri
NON-VISIBLES, 3 MONTHS," $5.00
VISIBLES, 3 MONTHS, $7.50 UP
laitial Payment Applitd if ''arcnaitd
factory Hebuili Typewriters
All Makes $25 to $85
Tradcmarked nn<1 niarnnteetl for on* r?ar,
< a)!. ttlephone or wnt?
American Wntir.g ftlachine Co.
I3B Bio?-'ne- li ?' ? -?M
t? E i.H<l Hi nnp M?n!?oii at ) Franklta
THE TVl'EWlUlLJt KXUIANC.E
19 BkXCIMM CL l.L *.. tou.ltA

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