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EVENING T,ET)ER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, PEOEKBEB 21, 101 4.
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rjHILD PATIENTS IN .
WftTfiH FOR SANTA
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yLittlc Invalids, on Verge of
Awaiting Coming of Kris.
He Will Come, Too.
Christmas fall on Friday, and Friday
I operating day In the children's ward
at the Pennsylvania Hospital.
Tills means that unle-s a tight rui is
ftabrogated many llttlo kiddles, Instead of
S enjoying their Christmas In a normal
I way, blowing tin horns, running the
r'ohoo-ehoo" cars all over the house and
'(tuning Ihelr little tummies cramful of
ii Christmas goodlos-as little kiddles were
s made to do on this wonderful day will
I be wrapped up In blankets, wheeled away
on a truck to a formidable looking opor
r atlng room with only the "doctor man"
i with his shiny steel Instruments for a
F Eanta Claus.
; However, according to tho hospital
authorities, the rule wilt In a small meas
ure bo departed from, and no operations
' are Mo be performed that are not abso
i lutely necessary.
In tho meantime, lying In their whlto
' orlbs, some of them peeping Impishly
through the bars like pale-faced wan
little monkeys, aro a score or more pa
tients who aro looking forward to the
coming of Kris Just as though there were
no -uch things In all the world as curved
pines, twisted hips, or lungs that won't
HOW LITTLE ONE3 FEEL
Ask Naxarino Bordlna, for Instance
how ho feels and hear what he has to
1 "Oh, I feel alright, say, how lonB Is It
off before Santy will bo hero?"
Despite his Italian name, Nazarlne Is
as fair as a flossy-haired cherub, with
eyes Just as blue He Is very, very 111.
Tho doctors call It "empymla plour
otomv." but nil Naxarlne knows about It
is that he has u drain pipe In his lungs.
Which makes him want to He down an
. the time and never sit up Uko little Fan-
nla-Shanlro across the way. She occa
sionally stands straight up In her crib
and has sufficient energy to cry out loud
when something hurts her.whlch Naiarlna
Fannle'g eyes sparkle brightly at the
: mention of Christmas and, although she Is
only two years old, it Is plain to see that
ho and a mysterious St. Nick are al
ready on Intlmato termi of friendship No
amount of painful scraping of tho llttlo
bones In her neck Ii sufficient to make
her forjtet that St Nick Is due In less
than a week and will come Into the ward
with a Jolly word nnd, what Is more to
tho point, a Jollier gift for each and every
tot onllned there,
A REAL, SANTA CLAUS.
Christmas Is really a big event In the
children's ward at this hospital. A real
Santa Claus In tho person of Dr. Thomas
L. Harris goes to all sorts of trouble to
preserve the Illusions of his youthful pa
tients. Last year ho crawled down an
r aperture In tlie celling, wh'ich serves as
, 'avcntllator for tho other 3G4 days in the
tf year, nnd the squeals, -of smothered de-
3 light and ecstasy which the children let
forth as they saw him coming resounded
throughout the corridors and penetrated
the other wards, bo that the grown-ups-there
enjoyed their Christmas vicariously
through the happiness of the youngsters.
This year Santa Is planning to be
wheeled Into the room on a huge hospital
truck, surrounded by all his treasures, to
be distributed at every cot Already many
of the rich friends of the hospital are
beginning to send In contributions to pro
vide these treasures.
A pathetic little incident which shows
Just how much these festivities mean to
the poor little unfortunates is that of the
boy who came to the hospital the other
' day. Last year he was a patient and had
such p. good time that this year he wanted
to know )t he couldn't come to the hos-
"" pltnl Christmas "and bring his little
brpther along who ain't never seen Santa
Claus and can't get sick enough to be
'taken in." iT!q
He was told, of course, to come, llttlo
v brctthfer and all.
'100,000 MEN WILL PARADE .
FOR HIGH-SPEED TRANSIT
t tOOO Placards Posted Today Ari
rnounce Big Demonstration. '
i Citizens and organizations in every part
S'of the city have decided to help In every
I"'! 11.1. !. .V.
PTrapid transit parade and mass meeting
n in rVm Arai1mv nf Mllatn n. nurf.iii T.n
thousand large placards announcing the
'events on January 11 were posted in all
Lparts. of Philadelphia today.
t The parade promises to be the most
forceful demonstration of its kind in
' 'years. Aa every business association in
t Philadelphia, numerous organizations In
terested In clvlo betterment, and thou
Kaajjds of citizens have decided to march
Ulritne line for high-speed transit. It is
b.eUlijatea that fully 100,000 men will par.
u iiMpate in the parade, which will be held
' on Droad street Nine big bands will
play tn the parade.
The demonstration will ba under auspi
ces 61 the Employes' Association -f the
League Island Navy Yard. They realize,
well as other workmen In all parts
the city, the need for high speed lines.
he Government also will be represent
in the line by 600 men from the Frank-
rd Arsenal, who will follow the work
en. marines and bluejackets of the
(works will Illuminate the line of
argh and nothing will be lacking In the
y or enmusiasm.
STOLEN BOOKS FOUND
ivered In Home of Negro Ac
cused of Theft.
Bolts believed to have been stolen
libraries la this and QtUar cities
found today by the txtlloe of the
and Otford streets station, in the
notjM of Liwood F Bole, a. Negro. 51
old. of Harnett street near Jeffer-
was arrested by Policeman Bow-
after he bad pawned two overcoats
from the loeker room of the
Meade Public Sehoel. ISth and
. baoia were found Is Ba' hou..
wtt a lot ox ateUUug. whteh.
say. bad I. ten a-alan. The
lit in nuaMr. bear tha alamo
lnltuikoj from v.nUh they are
nave Men stolen
JFl foat iiesunaed Wltk S'ya.ae-s
Piyrtmi-ter Thornton anatauwad today
that fmtiM post i'kk would ba raeumaU
Wb.u the l'ntd State and France
to the tAisjuwn of tl teUowwy 44
l, tu.uu Auiut. A rdaaafa, A-L-e,
H-w M-rn? Ht-l..n. 3&urus.
a A a. . i -a-4t- -. -ol -
SANTA CLAUS GIRL HAPPY
QVER CHRISTMAS CHEER
Biff Jinll Delivery Wagon Calls for
10,000 Gifts for Poor Children.
One of the large mall delivery trucks
of tho PostoITlco went to the home of
Miss OlUo May Wilson, at Jenklntown,
the "Santa Claus Girl," this afternoon
for the 15,000 packages of toyn she will
Bend by parcel post to the poor children
of Philadelphia nnd othor cities.
"I am delighted nt the results of my
collection this ear," snld Miss Wilson,
as she surveyed the great piles of bun
dles In her home that await the coming
of the postman. "Just think how happy
those little boys and girls will be whon
they awako Christmas morning nnd find
a package addressed to them personally.
And then th greater Joy when the) find
that old Santa has not forgotten themt
It Inspires one to work."
For months past Miss Wilson has been
going from city to city collecting money
with which to buy these toys. There Is
not a mother In tho tenement district
who does not know the Santa Claus Qlrl,
and 10.000 of the toys will be distributed
In Philadelphia. Many of the others go
to New York.
ANTI-RAT CRUSADE SUCCEEDS
Director Hnrte's Now Bureau Reports
Bip; Slnughtor of Vermin.
Hats of all nations And It hard to In
ado Philadelphia as a result of the pre
cautions taken by Director Hartc, of the
Health Department. Since the bureau of
rat Inspection was established, 318 live
rats and 807 dead onea have been received
at Its headquarters purlng November
663 buildings were inspected.
As soon as a vessel reaches Marcus
Hook a report of sanitary conditions Is
tolegraphed to the department, and If any
rats aro aboard they aro Immediately
oaptured to prevent the carrying of germs
Into the city. During November vessels,
from foreign ports were Inspected, mak
ing a total of 261 Inspected slnco tho rat
crusado was started.
UAILT AND BUND AT
THIS BTTt.B TTPK (or like this)
One Inmttlon 5o per n
Ttree Inxrtloni in a wtek.... 13Hoprn
Bn comeeat.-- laec-tlnns. ... 10c per line
100O line . conti-ct (dally aa-
vtTtlilnit .... S prltn
Bittloti winled. thr- ln-r-tlona
In a wek lOo par line
THIS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
Permitted la all cla-l-c-tio-a ex-apt Halt
and fcltu-tlon IVantad Lent and Found, far
aonals, Uoardlpg and, noonu.
Ona tnurtlon 30o parllne
T-rte In-irtloni In a waak.... nv per Una
Farm eoniecutlve. Inaortlcns... 130 par Una
1000 Una contract (dally ad-..,
Ttrtlalns) l.VJc par Mn.
All rstta are tatnl on ante measurement,
1. nirate llnea to the inch.
DEATH NOTICES elthar paper
10 linen one time ..,... . 60a.
tturee Inwrtions tl.oe
In Bffttt Hcemer , fit
(or Inasrtlon In both the mornior and erenlSf
oapan of umi day:
Add four cents per line net to rates all el
11K11 AND B1TUAT10N3 WANTKU
ADVERTISINO IN THE PUDUC X.EDQER
MAT DE INSEItTED IN THE EVENING
LEDOEIt t WITHOUT ADSITION-I.
There la a drus etore naer your home that
will accept Ledge.- want ada at office retaa
HELP WANTED FEI-AIE
CHAtlbERWORIC and walllnz; two In fam
ily, white; reference. Zi'ii Powalton ave.
(near Bprlng Garden el.)
COOIC aiRl. FOR COOKING and dowmtalrs
work In private family ot three adulta.
-BIT Arch at.
FREDERICK IOESEH CO. Brook
lyn, require a woman aa buyer and man
ager for their department of art needle
work, table Jacea, fancy llnena, etc
This Is a department of wide scope and
offers unusual opportunity to a woman
of ability with experience ot the high
eat claaa. Apply In peraon or by mall.
HOUSEWORK Small family, Uooreitown, N.
J ; rood home: mod wasee; Trot. pref. Ap.
Monday, 0i30 a. m. Public Ledger. Room 230.
STENOGRAPHERS, bookkeeper and
clerka can obtain valuable Informa
tion about aecurlng poaltlons by In
terviewing Mlis Dean at Ledger Cen
tral. See her at once for this free
advice, aa the Commercial Depart
ment la conatantly aecurlng good po
alilona for Ledger Advertlaera.
and ethnographer wanted!
Call at factory, aaia Wood it.
muit be eip
HELP WANTED MALE
vepauie 01 earning aa and un
-rii, uiix -umiuieeioa oaeie, to aemonatrate
our free talking machine Apply 8 to 10-10.
.,:. ..!-. r- ."." t- . ,
MAN AND WIJ'K white: man aa genera!
lty on country place: woman, rood ran
watlilnj. Pox 11, Paoll, Fa.
SOLICITORS for daily .good.rellowiblp lunch.
mm a; ijaniooma. b:o Market at Must bo
only ChrlilUci and have gentlemanly ad
drew bee Mr i'ulmer at li 80 above addreai.
TEEL BNURAVBR for adclal and coraTneTclal
work and dealgnlng, Derrnanent poaltlon for
right man-Adoreta, with aamplea. Tha Traub
Manufacturing Co., 810 Woodward ave . De
trolt, Mich '
YOIWG MHN. single, married, reliaplei "per"
manents new propoalilon 23a Land Title BUr
AUTOMOBILE repairing and driving taught by
expirti, apeclal attention, given to carburetor
expert! , apeclal at ten
and magneto detalla,
a ri, l..nn au.-.. w-
and llceme guaranteed, day and etenlnar
eouriei, eaiy terisa Call write or Phone
K?2Jton ?,ts4.. HuMlngaon Auto Bchool,
V113-U -..Huntingdon "
BITTJATIONB WANTED -FEMALE
DOOKKEEPBH-STENOGR APHI-J-, comp.: "re.
i-.Wi ti-umv-ire. ii qvi
aalary to atart O 3.1,
TJt T "" Vwl
(tllP Aw-. - 1 '
CIIA1 -IIBRMAID or cMldnur. Uwrouzblr
comptunt cpd rUftbIa, jtt y Big, Levi ; Qrf
UHAMU-wuiAiu ana witr.i, younr womiai
JT-T T f-.--.-. - r -n, t-cuger ug
CfOK-Comiietint colored cook, with beet ii
releiencee frojn preaent employer, Ubu t
nerttlen la c ty rAppiy 1311 tNJeral it
COOKINO or hMuework
Protettaat wcau. P I
. P Jas-nlry aerooaa
.-, wur umoe.
DRlMtti-lAKUR !iSH,i,a"ifameBU. hm "Sr
W1V, IWN -m -w wiwii utWf, 2tl iV,
DRIKeHAKBR of ijew Yerk dealrea tnini'ri;
evening i-e eii-i-jiy j-none wal -jQ8 w
EMPLOYER, cloelsg home tot winter, dealrei
t place three good malda, oook. walireaa
and eiMabe.---.ld excalleat refereaaaa Write
to C. HM P O Box ll. DevottTK f
OSVN-, BVBNINO CLOA-IS 'AtlD tiltfllt'
id, autte, t home or out. ahsr mUci O.
E? MeNUhola. 1T1I ChrUtUo L boi
mXSBPBH mSagla), iettB.4, ti
cbmeaf bou w apirtmint ftw biiiBee;
wanui or ba-helar P -H, Ledger Office.
EKWORK - Co-weltnt (Meted woojal.
tea poiUIob to (krlata tmSf. geod ok
- . - , ---f -,. mwmhi e
roKK, csaaaMrwera or w'
-ip-o-U-k-. Bit N Colaraj
.1 1B. D
aeaaiKreu, Mertb Grea-uu, weuU
wauia . euec caua. u ng
W wiWfc -Ml VMBU.
aa T ft nr injjiiiiliin lij
cur rwereaoM. L, RS. Led-
krHOR -o--c-ataja 4S35J-;
HU U-.1-J- ()-ce.
8TNOOIiPIlW Ootid --.itur amaJl .!
rj " lrt "' F!. it rte-Ui.t.-nl
WBrN IN N .Oli'E' of b E"e4 oflice
te-' u.-ik--i elan grapr or Uvt
c-JTwi ioat -OtiK ael qonaat w tb Hum
Ldk-; Jt tk wOMr.efv A I rioj3jt wfe5
h 4 I,. Vt s APe,wo ed e--
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BITUATIONS WANTED frlALE
DKIX3IAN ItEFtJOEBa-Two yotmc men, 19
and TO, want place on farm, -peak E-illih.
t 101, jueqger -.eniim
n-ntf m -..lpriri
Toun man. SI, well eduealed. fine
builnei- training: 3 years' experience,
beet reference from pre-ert emrloyer,
dealtee a change P tan, Ledger omcej ,
ROOKKEEPrR-foung man, thoroughly ex
perienced, double entry and office work: neat
writer, moderate anlaryD -M.JJ3mce.
BtllMtlNCt MATERIAt. SALESMAN a htisller,
aererfll yeara experience, large Wlowjn
among archltecle and builders of Philadel
phia end other elite, desire connection! beet
of reference! O 2.M. Ledger Central .
CARPFSTnY Reliable young man wlebea
pOAItlOn J. UJIIV" Jiuri-jri
CH AUKFEOR, coachman Jlrjt-elaM mechenle,
yeara' experlerce. FltANK. MM N. 3d.
nimW-y.'S.tt. 'ir.1"' "'
2KW Kenlnton ave
Kmerleneed 1r all detallil rein
rraittne! 7 years
I engineering) also Panama
n-i, win inke full charge!
firm wlahlne to ecure a really r"J:
man address J. M 8. SW
-nraater art. Phone Belmont tws
BNntNBBR - Chief engineer wants rltkm
where economy and rnults r8.'"'.J!r,Vl!
steam, eleotrlcal. refrigerating and If a Ptantaj
have had 10 yeara' praetleal Krlt2Jii
know the tuafneas. I. IIP Mdger Central.
ENOINBEU to aupervlie erecting new or old
plants: can aire part of time, and enow re
Sulta to owneV: iSrWlxatei chat aee 'n.n1
able; Engineer, P. O. Boa CO, Philadelphia,
rtRrnrAN. xprience.t on boilers. Mat tone rv
engines olllnrind repairing: good references.
I. It. ... .lltil -wuwr t.
MAN, neat, honeet
respectable: butler or utll
lty rran: c
lty rranscan do anylhlng: good raterence.
atH'I iJfJttpi l-lll e
MANAOFIR-Men of 10 yeara' experlenceln all
branches of movlng-pleture work Is open for
position ae house manager. O 4ns, Ledger
PRfl-FJiSlrtNAL MAN of large exp.. ''",:
eecretarr of manufacturers' n and with
wanta a poeltlon as "pre
. cornomtlon. esoclatlon
sentatlve of a Arm. corpi
or newsparer: eaiary mooerstr i
view adJreae L 81J, Ledarptace
alary mooerstr iw ,.
STnNOnRAPHRR-Peirlnner' wlltlny te wjrlcj
atcurate. rapid oper.: iT. !-- N. Hancock it.
TOtnO MAN wleh-n Position as driver or por
ter: five yeara' experience: boit ot rf,'ncea
from lait emploier. Chai. Napp. 3010 Lorn-
TOl'NO university man. 21. with ly
abllltv and aslea experience J;"?8..?."
lion with reput concern. O IW, Id cent.
TOUVO MAN. 1", velslwa to lrn.r,ell!,5.r
trade; hsndy with tcola Plione Market ll-S
WILl.ET. laoo Manton it
help: city orcoun ; rei.
Phone Dickinson boo?.
OUR prices on ueed cars will surprl'e JM.
steclally with our convenient payment pun!
prices from 10O up.
8. & B
WINTON 10U tourlnr car ehasaU. suitable for
truck; good -ondltlon; only -1M). 810 N lPth
AUTO LIVEBY AND OARAGES
FOR RENT Ford flve-panenger 1JM touring
car by day or week, with chauffeur: reoion
nble rates. For partlculara address O lis,
Ledger fentrsl or phone Dlcklneon BSua
F1RST-CLA8 touring car,
titntA with weather nr
tl rer hour: newy
with weather protection Call Main
124 or Park Td. Harry Ooodman,
BEH BOULTON FOR YOUR AUTO TAINT
ING: aood work cnlyf low prices
ynone rresion qua
DOGS, BIRDS AND GOLD FISH
SINCE THE WAR
have Juit arrived on eteamer Sloterdyk from
Rotterdam This ehlnment comprises the ae
lection of Harti Mountain canaries Your
choloe of the Importation Harti Mountain
13 each. Roller canaries $3 50 each Cages of
E. C. VAHLE Importer,
810 MARKET ST
B'iblNG MATERIALS REPAIRS
CANVAH COVERS, any aire, for building con.
tractors. YOST Tin N. Delaware avo.
Appear at your beat thla Xraul Have
your furs carefully repaired for the hoi-
FURS day aeaaon Expert workmanihlp and
reasonable prices Phone Delmont Z3S1
W. CHAB J HOQ33. BUT Arch it
EIZnN'S I Formerly with Ronwlt-Teller. Spe
FUR 1 clallat. on remodttlng high.grade
SHOP I furs, workmanihlp guaranteed
1713 Columbia ave. Open evenings. Die. 30S3.
Ilem.tltchlnr done whlla you wait. A. Reich
ardl 1118 Cheatnut. Pictorial Review pattern..
14. ROOM ED APARTMENT HOUSE, private
meters to each room, bringing 150 over ex
peniea: mutt be sold thli month, ai owner
la leaving city: no reasonable offer refuied!
neighborhood loth and ML Vernon. Addreia
repllea to L -SO, Ledger Central.
A OROWING MERCANTIL- BUSINBfi3 can
greatly enlarge lta terrhory and protlta with
IVW0 additional capital. This la not a ipeo
ulatlon, nor Ii the company In flnano'l atralts.
A. man (with some drug exp pref.) csn secure
Srontable interest. M HT, Ledger Central.
DO YOUR books tali the truth and at the right
timet It Is our business to arrange accpunta
o that the true atate ot your attain will ba
SSlckfy apparent ,,11 "c. Magee. 00 Stephen
GTrardf Bid. Bell phone, Wal, 11-3.
COAL and lumber yard, with feed iteret
!".??" VoVvju.. v'r.r.iiii--: -; h-i-. - xi
buslneia. -l,000; agent aelltn. for heirs. Ad-
tan imini: gitauiKum w iv"i w
M tui. Ledger uiii-e.
COAL YARD Equipment and good w or
caih. central location: doing annual buelnesa
of over tfK0 tons: good reason for lelllng.
O 1-n Lodser Central
I HAVE plot ot ground and building, I deilre
party to rent or purchne. I will invert 15000.
upward, must be catabllihed buslnen and
bear cloieat Investigation, don't answer un
lesayouhve eatab bua Q II, Led Cent
LADY with IJOOft desires position for self and
liter, state full particulars. Q 26a, Ledger
PICTURE tbeatrea, all prices, ilies location,
iSd lnve.tments' Barflit - Co. -UN enh!
OLEANINQ AND DYEINO
OSTRICH FEATHERS AND FANCIES
CLEANED. DlfED, fURLED AND MADE
INTO LAi'BST STYLES
MAILHOT 1810 CHESTNUT
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
HARRY W SMITH
DRESSMAKINO AND MILLINERY
DRBS8MAKINO Uurht: ihort, prae' couris.
McUowUl, 30T Derwkla Bldg , 11th - Market.
SRESSMAKINO afT bomei beat of refereaoe.
SSS N ifth itPhooat3Umoad M3.
BILLIARD, pool, .eomt. Id. hand, bougbt,
".greated. exd Keafar, -88 qfrard ivt
CARPPTB, eold. storage, Wilton, Axmlmler,
s-ltaMe boarding A apt, homes. 1310 Poplar.
V-OI. It. CA8H will sacrifice mahogany sg.
note player-piano, prominent make, coat Sou.
ii ATK8 Novelty and i
er makes removed
far water neauas rtwui im i
laitattaJ chaap MAKIN TWO Bridge at,
Mutt, neslwUce: like new. at half value, ui.
vate owner rouet hay cub, Locuit ill
SrOR eii-EIrge blaak feitier fan.
sball handle. L 4.T. Ledger Central.
WtaT MoaarGh Hrage -Go. Ajate and peak
pillLA. to and .-lnf-, LaaaaaUr ave.
NTWUB turn , Wokenieweinr gu, Uver.
ROO-L8 -fOS SUtWT
lUWL s fnur
BROAP V li
jS,l,',?.tt .j)rf -5SS-5BSS
K Vat. aatfbrshltt w-ii .&taj
ROOMS -TOR RENT
403 Kxclutlve, homelike and
CEDAR, -teo-V-Lsrge, new
phone, oodlind IT-SI W
wly turnlibed room!
CHBSTNUT, 18S3-Lage. comfortably rur.
room. Sd floor; re re. i board optional. ,
CHR8TNUT, lDM-11 Dedmble furn or unfurn.
Bultei.prlvate bath. profesloruilor(lcea.
DIAMOND, 2105-flecond.floor front room, tl!
third front, 13 B0.
LOCV-rTTnTlO-Prlvate family will rent 1 or !f
wetl.turntihed rooms to eentlemorlj warm and
comfortnble. Preiton WH r.
LOCUST 1220 'Morton Abt Attractively
turn warm rfloma adlolnlng bath reasonable.
MASTER, U-OIflrxo front room, rum ; con
- venlenti boaM. optional FolarS3H D
MASTER. 1927 - FURNISHED ROOMS, SiV.
gle or en suite: hot.water heati Poplar at-0.
BPRUCB, 405-Newlf opened, very attractive
furnlehed roomij all convs t Bc'l phone
llT--d and Id. alory
front' suitable- for
Phone ttoga 11 M W,
WALNUT. 3709-Prlvate family will rent well
furnlehed room to gentlemen.
loTII N. 0S3 ileflned gentlemen: elnele or
double rooms: every home comfort! Phona.
1TTH ST , N. , t13J-8mU brlvate family will
rent beautifully furnlehed rooms 3d floor.
.aingie oren luitai gentleman; pnone.
10TH. N ltW-3 COMMUNICATINO ROOM8;
running water; coivenlent to can
2.1 D, fi , 123 Rooma. ilngle or en tultet pr.
vate baths, running water! steam heat; newly
papered ami painted; gentlemen preferred
1181 N.. 8.T3 Fleasant well-heated rooma;
unr.t atoile or en aulte. Phone U-rlng 1071 Y.
44TH ST., S , 218-aentleman can have attract.
turn, room; private lamiiy; press.; pnone
.BTlt, ft , 1 137 Double and single rooma, ret
erencei exchanged. Wood BUM A.
MD AND OANSOM Fur-
Weat Branch ntshtd rooma; men only!
Y. M C. A. mcali, ahower baths! near
L All the comforts ot
home. Phone Delmont 401.
CHE--IRFUL rooma for
prl.ate reelfencet nursing eervlce
centre! Phone Loeuat 423
rniVATE family will rant 3 large furnished
rsoma to refined gentlemen or couple, near
Tth and Locust. L 413, Ledger Central.
mlahed front room In large
mmi. Electric llshta. Ten
modern private hi
minutes to City Hall. Telephone Baring 410.
DOCTOR'S OFFICE BUILDING. 20.11 Walnut
at Offtcea for rent, with heat, light and eer.
vice. For particulars phone Locuit 24fl3.
WALLACE, N. 15. COR. 21BT ST -Suite of
rooms for physician; partly turn,, run water.
GREEN. 1837 3d-etory front, bath conv.. run
nlng water, southern expoeure. Pop. 4783 A.
PINE ST., 021 Room and board for couple or
gentlemen: dining room; up to date; 3 up.
. mm i. mm .mi-,
SPRUCE. 1230 Rooms, single or suits) private
buth: exce 1 lept table board; phone. .
SPRUCE. 1234-1220 (Drlamondel Furn room..
.. - ..,.. -i..:.i vi.L- -.l." ..'
die., en iuih. pnvue pains: xapte ooani.
WALNUT. 410O Desirable vacancies, furnlehed
or unfurnlihed, good table Preaton 483a p.
WALrJtJT. 4044-2d floor front for couple or
gentlemen, table unexcelled Belmont 8258 A.
23D, N S100 Reflned couple or gentlemen can
eecure board In private, family: phone.
Writ, N., 13 Private family haa few vaean-
cles for gentlemen, com en Del 18fl3 W
311 N. 1STH ST Exceptions! chance for ae.
lect people, gooq istiie ana noma comioris.
ROOMS and boarding for two gentlemen con
venlent to car llnea I. 484, Ledger Central.
Olrard ave and 40th at.
Suites 1 to 8 rooma and bath.
SPRING GARDEN, 1010 Excellent apti. In 8
different hnueea some furnished; kitchenettes
CHBSTNrT TnOTH-a brlsWt rmi.. batBT
10th. Mil nan moa eu Apply janitor, ll a
WALNUT ST., 14 ll-Apartments of 1 to 4
rooms with bathe furnished or unfurnished;
lira. -,-.-.., i itviT ji-jinur.
WALNUT.1222-24 (Kenwood) Desirable vacan-
tingle or suite, pnv. Dams: win turnitn
to suit tenant.
iuiiv. (jiir, uiiui. win iuroi-n
moderate rate Walnut 8181
BIST, S , 1220 One very moderately furnished
S-room apartment, private bath, electricity,
hot-water heat: pleasant neighborhood, across
.rom para; cars coatcnient; pnva-a -amiUN
FOR VACANCIES and complete information ot
all apartments free, consult
13th and Spruce att. Prone Walnut OSO. or
wrlto for "Apartment Directory." December
BEAUTIFUL ground-floor aulte; handsomely
furnlehed, two roomi. bath and kitchenette:
In aelect, quiet central locality, B 230, Led
HOII8EKEEPINO APARTMENT. 2 rooms and
bath; central; low rent.
P R, Company,
1817 Pennsylvania uias
apis 121-1. In Locust.
ONE or two gent'nt elegant furn room! run
v.atr. bath, hot-water Tieat 331 N 18th si
CHESTNUT AND ROTH STREETS
Ore Housekeeping Apt., 6 Rooms and Bath,
One Housekeeping Apt,. 0 Rooms and Bath.
H. H. THATCHER. Manager.
1527-29 Spruce Street
ON FIH8T FLOOR
Apply on Premises
WALLACE. N a COR. 21BT ST. Flat of 4r.
and bath; hikpg.: furnished or unfurnished.
REAL ESTATE EOR SALE
CHOICE properties in a. lectloi
Airy, Cheit III all pricei, W
llat. J. H Cbadwlck X Co . 881
tlona of Gtn , Ml,
Write for special
Uad.lonBeld. N. J.
ilAVB SEVERAL fine propertlea at bargain
VTM. UAUCi A MAIIOllAM, , .M-
eral at .
2BxlB0. near trolley.
overlooking Del t adjoin. Campbell Soup Cu,
UBYIWr'"'1t '" "-t - -" .-.---.
12 ACRES 13700; ro of Main Una,
Ilea id. wen v-nei.er -,
iTSACREaStoek. dairy or fruit farm. Mi
Lire P R R-. ulk aala) 80 per acre; mi
offer; terms reasonable, J. B, Tbompt
West Cheiter. Pa.
REAL ESTATE SALE OR RENT
NO MONEY required If around Is Improved:
will taka mortgage on N. W, cor. Hancock-
COlUmoia ave -.I .rise mm. xt o -4in St.
CHBSTNUT ST iuth side, above 18th it
Bale or rent jonn megger, jr . uauey mug
REAL ESTATE "TO EXCHANGE
Atlantic. City, K. J.
cottsin. . spartmenta.
change for V,
E. Fell. 8 a
, Atlantic City.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
PROPERTY in and around Philadelphia for
English, laveitori only .partial with good in-come-Proauolng
properties or dsilraWe laca.
Ilea need reply Wire or write at ones u
Amerlcaa repreMBUtlt. W. UULLSTT.
REAL ESTATE POH RENT
STORB !S years, comer
dwlUa. aU tb Uteet fafnvtm
two preH- --,
Fnotortei. Warehoueei. Mfg. Floor!
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ra'SSpeSr tiff Jg-&aSa'
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SUM " a-sK'-Ot-Si. rsrv,.
-., U-le-wT fit
"Thought I'd get the enow cleared
away before you Rot home, dadl"
"I'm brliiElns some coal and wood
for ou, mother, Thought ou might
Mother What's the matter with
the baby, BusieT
Susie Why, ho was cryin' for tha
hammer, and I glbbed It to 'im on
the head free times, an' he ain't sat
"Did she marry well!"
"No; it was a
rrom the Pally Express.
"HUN-EABY UES THE HEAD."
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caaa ox true
y( mm h
i tg i , 1 r
r-vr, ijimrrii mill hi --et "
l4S,tA5i fo MOJt--sM,i tali. -. un ir.itui.is J" - .rf
"Dad, here are your slippers, I've
had them warmlns by the lire for
"I'm going up now, dad. It's al
most bedtime. Good nlghtl"
Ikey (aa they pass an ice cream stand)
ITader, I'm awful vaxm. Buy m aome
Father No, no But I'll tell you aome
B-hctot atorlea vot'Il make your blood run
cold. London Opinion.
"MAY I READ YOU MY NEW CHRlbi.MA POEM!" -Tllegsnds Blattaf. 4
"YES, IF YOU'L. l-ET ME PtiAY YOU MY NEW CHIUBTMAS C-ANTATA.
Took the Hint
"Is It tru. that the widow proposed to
"Yes, in a way, Tompkins was calling:
there one evening, when she handed him
a novel to read, entitled 'Put Yourself
In His Place. Tompkins took the hint"
Two Strings to Her Bow
Helene Why do you ua two kinds of
paper In writing your love-lettersT
Qladys When I write to Jim I use
pink paper, because that means love, and
when I write to Tom I use blue, (or that
A GERMAN VIEW
Made In acrtna-ay,
THE LAST CALL.
Creditor I ask you for the last f
time, can ou pa me that U you
DebtorThank goodness! Tbtrafv
an end to that silly question.
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