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RM ESTATE MEH
Record of Sales on Media
Street and Lansdowne
Avenue Shows Growth of
Interest in Section.
' In the "West Philadelphia auction In the
list year stent activity hft been noted
ett Media street and on LnnsJerwno avenue
tt6m ted -treet to tlh -treet, In the J4th
There had been a lone period ot -allies
In the section, except on Lansdowne
nvenue. Thla was broken largely through
the deciilon of the Fclton Blbley Mnnu
facturlno; Company to sell tho varnish
plant on the northeast corner of 64th and
tdia streets. "When It was built it was
thought that It was far enough out In
th'o country to bo used for all time. The
city, however, plotted Media street
throuch the mill, and In March, 1911, pro
ceedings "wero begun before a road Jury
to ascertain Its value, and several ex
perts for the owners valued the land at
120,000 per acre.
On October 19, 1912, Calvin "W. nogera
purchased the property at the northeast
corner of SUh and Media streets, lot
33 by 170, also on tho east side of 54th
atreet, north of Media street, the lot
80 by 132. contatnlntr ttfeether 1 1-10 acres,
for J-.CC0, or at the xato ot 120,000 per
Two-story dwellings have boen built on
SALES ON MEDIA STREET.
.55,MJ,,,0W follows on Media, etreetl
1WT, Boptember 4 Northwest corner
BJth i and Media streets, lot 64.0 by
iS7!4 .") .' .80O
1SC8. June 13 Southeast corner Media
slid BSth streets, lot 1157 by 202.... 24,1(3 SO
1812. October 17-0710 Media street, lot
,159 by 21 , 4,800
1M3, March 15 North stdo Media street.
10,6 feet west Nth street, Clarence
p. Halg to Charles I Warwick. 18 3
by 87 V. 8.B0O
1913, July 8-8333 Media street. Frank
It. Donohue to Janet P. Turner, 10
by 87 8.1B0
lOlS, October 0-3442 Media street,
Frank It. Donohue to Sarah C. Gos
ling". 15 by 87 4K 2.800
1014. April 148412 Media street. Clar
enr Jr. Chsln to Nollls 8. Moore,
18.BM by 182 m 1.C00
1914. May l.T-niM Media street, 2
ptory nmnsflrd roof brick dwelling.
old b S. T. Freeman & Co.. 8 tOO
Tho development sprend when In Feb
ruary. 1913, John Wnnamaker sold to
Oeorjse W. Bourne, on tho cast aide of
ESth street, from Media street to the
rear of properties on the south sldo of
Z,ansdowno avenue, the 430 feet front on
BSth strc-st, with a depth of 87 feet. This
has been entirely built upon with neat
two-story dwellings. Mr. Bourne, on
November 0, 1913, purchased from the
Girard Trust Company a second lot on
the west side of ESth street. 123.9 feet
south of Lansdown avenue, lot 165 by
193,7Hi. and linn built 12 more two-story
dwellings. The cost of tho ground was
North of I-ansdowne avenue Franklin
J. Moss built 2 two-story dwellings on
both sides of Stewart street, and other
bulldlnc operations arc planned, as all
of the Stewart street properties are sold
Tho grading of BSth street was the
atort, and with somo needed Improve
ment In the trolley system tho building
will go on to meet the activity In the
EOth street section.
SALES ON LANSDOWNE 'AVENUB.
8ales show as follows on Lansdowne avenue:
1S00. Mar 4 Southeast corner Lans
downe avenue and Coneatosu. street,
building- lots 1.1U by 90.2. two fronts. 18,000
1010, March 30 Northeast corner Lans
downe avenue and SOth street, lot 100
by JU3.T ... 0,630
1911. November 27 Northwest corner
Lansdowne avenue and SSth street. ...
lot 63.TH by Si.TV, MOO
1S12. March 29B703 Lansdowne ove-
nue, lot IS by 87 8,800
391.1, July 208351 Lansdowne avenue,
"W. S. Croll to Elmer B. Itentsell, lot
16 by S2J 5.600
1914. December' 2 won Lansdowne ave
nue, David F. OledhlU to Holla Fore,
lot 18.4x100 .V.V.V -300
1913. November 20 West side BSth
street. 123 0 feot south of Lansdowne
avenue, Olrnrd Trust Comp; ny to
aeorsa W. Bourne, lot 163 by 193.7.. 12,000
Thla section will soon bo entirely cleared
up of all tracts suitable for operations of
25 dwellings or mora. Builders are now
Invading property owned by Haverford
A feature of this phase of the West
Killadelphla situation Is tho fact of the
very high ground and fine outlook: and
It Is only a short ride In southbound trol
leys, with transfer td the Market street
elevated, to get to and from the business
I-TJNERAt OF MISS KEESEY
Thft funeral services over tho remains
of Miss Frances A. ICeesey. one of
.. .i.4-4- n,iK1ln aM,nrtltnMiAr In this
! 'eator in 1859. will tie held this evening nt
Her nome, us orxn row avenue, .ma
burial will take place tomorrow at tho
Lower Provldenco Presbyterian. Church
XJB, J. WINTER "WAMStEY
Chief Over Death of rather Hastens;
Pr. J. Winter Wamsley, physician and
plvarroadst, died suddenly Monday night
from an Internal hetjorrhago at his home,
imt Diamond street. Grief over the death
f his tather. Dr. Jamea A. Wemsley, two
treeks ago. hastened his end.
t Doctor Wamsley was bom In Brns
detta. IIL H waa a graduate of tea
FWlsjJelphia, Collega ot Fharmaoy and
tk Jatterson Medical College, Ha was
ir several years a resident physician at
th Cooper Hospital, Camden. He was
. fcaelieto-. A brother, Clair A. Wains
iy, of Fbosnlxvllle, survlTta.
OTOUJINAWD A, VOtA
yerdtomd A. Vols, -whose career as
tgaaager and steward covered every not-
aWc hotel in America, and for the last
Jat years manager of Cat XAliton,
died yesterday at his horrns 8418 Christian
street He had been 111 slnco September.
Vols, b natlva of Itohitv Italy, where ho
was bom in 18S9, was known to thousands
of Phlladelphlans. In his hotel experi
ence he was connected with famous New
York restaurants, and was steward for
the late Jllehord Canfteld's fashionable
gambling houses In New York and Sara
toga. Ho was master ot six languages
Tho funeral services will bo held nt his
lato home, Thursday afternoon, at 3
COt. JOHN B. TAYtOB
CINCINNATI, Dec. 23.-ColOnet John
Barry Taylor died yesterday In tho old
Taylor mansion, Newport, Ky, In which
he was born 78 years ngo. His grand
father. General James Taylor, owned tho
land on which Newport now stands. Ills
wife was Miss Settle Washington, great
grnndnlece of the first President. Colo
nel Taylor's great grandfather, William
T. Barry, Jit Lexington, Ky., was Post
master General under President Andrew
MISS CECItIA M. BEYER
Miss Ceclla M. Beyer, 95 sears old,
and well known In Kplscopnt Church cir
cles for her charitable work, died yes
terday at her home, C27 North 22d street.
She Was the oldest of 14 children, four
of whom survive, Miss Aglao C, Beyer
and Miss Adele J. Beyer, Henry C.
Beyer and Illchard A. Beyer. She will
be burled tomorrow In the family plot In
Evergreen Cemetery, Camden.
OSCAXt P. SATJNDEBS
Oscar P. Saunders, a former member of
tho State House of Representatives, died
yesterday at his home, 1225 Oxford streot,
of Brlght's dlsonso, following a linger
ing Illness. Ho was 65 years old. Mr.
Saunders represented the 3d Ward, of
this city, In the State House ot Rcpro
scntntlvei for two terms, from 1898 to
1900. He was engaged In the liquor busi
ness. Threo children survive, Mrs
Charles E. Jones, Mrs. John F. Lehman
and Bedell Saunders. His funoral will bo
held tomorrow from tho homo of his
daughter, Mrs. Lehman, 4 North Chelsea
avenuov Atlantio City.
DtTFFKY In loving- remembrnnce of ES
THER M. DUFFEY, who died Dec. 13. 1011.
AflimninOE. On December 22, 1014.
31ARY O.. widow of John Ashbrldgo. runersl
on ThJrsdsy. at 2 p. m from Oardlngton.
Upper Darby, Pa. Interment rernwood
ATICINHON. On December 23 1014.
OLIVER W son of Joseph L. and Emtly
V. Atkinson, aged 63 years. Services and
funeral private, at residence of his brother,
Joseph L. Atkinson, 1400 East Moyamenslng
ave . on Thursday.
AUNltlt. On December 22, 1014. ELIZA
BETH II. AUNBH. widow ot Israel U.
Aunrr. Funeral services on Thursday. De
cember 24, at 10 a. m., at the residence of
her nephew, T. E. Helmlck. 110 East Park
ave , Mcrehantvllle, N, J. Interment private.
nr.YKU. On December 22, 1014, CECILIA
M.. daUKhter of the late a. T. and Clara
Hirst Itojer. nelatlves Rnd friends are In
vited to attend th funeral services, on Thurs
day, at 11 a. m. precisely, at her late resi
dence, 62T North 22d st. Interment private
BOOTH. On December 22. 1014, CAHO
LINE, widow of Henry Booth. Funeral
services on Thursday, at 1:30 p. m at her
late residence, 218 South Sd St., Colwyn, Pa.
BRKlVSTElC On December 20. 1014. JOSE
PI11NB CAROLINE, widow of Francla D.
Drewster. Funeral on Thursday, at 2 p m.,
from 0014 Torresdale ove . Tacony. inter
ment at North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
BHIUUIAllT. JOHN BURKHAItT. 178 W.
CANNING. On December 22. 1911, WIL
LIAM, husband of the lste Eliza Canning;
(nee Kane). Funeral on Saturday, at 8:30
a. m., from 2212 Kater st, Hlsn Mass of
lirqulem at St. Charles' Church at 10 a. m.
Interment Holy Cioes
CARLISLE. HELEN CARLISLE. 601 South
CRUMUACK. On December 22. 1014, EL
LI5N, widow of Jeremiah T. Crumback. Rela
tives and friends nro invited to attend the
funeral on Thursday, at 2 p. m. precisely,
from her late residence. 6731 Woodland ave.,
West Philadelphia. Interment private.
CUIITIN. On December 21, 1914. DAVID
CHHTIN. husband of the late Catharine II.
Cuttin (nee Murray). Funeral on Thursday,
at 7.l0 a. m , -from the funeral parlors ot
D. F. Gallagher, 2321 East Huntingdon st.
B)!emn Requiem Mass at St. Ann's Church,
at 0 a. m. Interment at Nan Cathedral
DAILKY. On December 22, 1014. FRANK
J , hushand of Jennie Dalley (nee Mlllljran)
and son ot Mary E. Dalley and the late
Michael Dalley. Funeral on Saturday. De
cember 28 at 8 a. m , from 024 Ehst Somer
set st., Oloucester City, N. J. High Mass
at St. Mary's Church at O a. rn. Interment
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
DEVIR. On December 20. 1014, JOSEPH M..
husband of Phoebe and son of the late James
and Isabella Devtr. Funeral on Thursday
at 0 a. m., from his late residence, 1211
Hefgley ave. Solemn Requiem High Mass
at St. Stephen's Church, at 10-10 a. m. In
terment at Old Cathedral Cemetery.
DICIITEK. MORRIS DICIITER, 2123 South
DIMI.KIL On December 21. 1914. JOHN,
husband ot Margaret Dlmler (nee Weldmann),
Due notice of the funeral will be given, from
his lata residence, S01S Thompson st.
DUFFY. On December 20, 1014, ANNIE
DUFFY. Relatives and friends are Invited
to attend funeral, on Thursday, at 8 30 a. m.,
8141 N. Taylor st. Solemn High Requiem,
Moss at Corpus Christ! Church, at 10 a. Jtu
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
ELLIOTT. On December 22, 1014, 1IUOII
ELLIOTT. Funeral services at the Church
of the Clood Shepherd, Rosemem, Pa., on
Thursday, December 24, at 12 o'clock. In
terment at Lower Merlon Baptist Cemetery.
Remains can bo viewed at his lats residence,
14 Warner ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa., Wednes
day, after 7 P. rn.
VARHELL. Suddenly, on December 20,1014,
AUBil.1 -. llUiaWHU lTfc V it
Littley) nd 1Q st son or KusaDetn ana mo
late Francis A. Karrell. Funeral vet-vices on
Thursday, at 2 p. m., at his lata residence.
IID lie U,C(1UCUI XftUIVJ UUlUtlUU
VRANIL ISRAEL FRANK, 1718 South 7lh
OIDEJKO-MICIIAEL OIDEJKO, 912 N.
GLADEN-On December 22, 1014. OTILLIA.
widow of Albert Oladen, aged J7 yesrs.
Fune-al on Saturdsy. at 8o, m., from 1829
North Msrston st. High Masa at p a. rn
BU Ludwtg's Church. Interment Holy Re
deemer Cemetery. w .,
OIIEEN-On December 21, 1914. JAMES B ,
husband of Bride Orjen. Vomeral on Thurs.
day. 8 SO a. m.. 8400 Ashburner St., Holmes
burr Solemn Requiem Mass and Interment
at Bt. Dominic's, at 10 a. m. ..
HARLAN. On December 21. 1811 ELIZA.
BETH OLENDENINQ, widow of Henry K.
Harlan. Funeral on Seventh-day. Twelfth
t5ontn2eth. at ISO p. m.. at Marshalltoa
ftlends- Mestlng House. Chester Coimty. Pa.
HARMON THEODORE HARMON, 2111
HARTSLvkft Qn, Deeembsr tX 191.
FRJLNKT busbarS ol Hattls Hartmann.
Funeral on Saturday, at 2 p-.m,. from aio
West Lsaigh ava. 'intsrmsntTJresnmount
Cemstsrr. . mJ ..
HAW. Suddenly, on Dseemfcer JO, lilt,
JOHN J son of Tlmethy J. and the 1st.
Church at s, rn. Intsrment at Cathedral
HEHUl?5iciL Oa December 20. 1IIOUR
UAUcrr'i-A. wioqiy o ie i""'J.l
Funeral en Thursday, at 8 a. m.. from 2AM
S. Broad st. Solemn RMuIem Msss at St.
Alphonso Obnrch at tfJo a.ro. Interment
at Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery,. ..,
HOLOATE-Oa DecemVer 22ulBlt. JAMES
O. lIOLtt.Ta Funeral oa Thursday, at 8
E. oCrtrom 681 Jamestown st, IRoiborough,
trvicsrin St. Timothy's P fit Church al
p m Intsrment in adjoinlrnr arpund
JENNElir-Oa December 20. 1814. ANKA O,
LED6BB P - tl - AD
Roping in the very latest of
widow of Frederick Jcnncr. Funeral serv
ices Thursday, at 2 p. m . at her lato resi
dence. 2032 N. 5th st Interment prlato
.1EHOLYMACK. On December 21, 10H,
.MARTHA II. wife of Albert Jrrotymack and
dauKhur of tho lato Andrew and Harnh Mc
Call fMneral Thursday nt On. m.,from
her residence, 2l4 I'ernon st. Mass of no
nulem at the Church of tho Sacred Heart nt
10 '0 a m. Interment Holy Crots Cemetery.
KATZMANN. On December 21, 1914. BAR
BARA K. KATZMANN (neo Schneider) wlfo
ot Willi im Katzmnnn Funeral on Thurs
flav. at 2 o. m from 310 W Norrls st. In
terment Green Mount Cemetery.
KIM) UN. On December 21. 1014. JOHN
THOMAS son of tho lato, Thomas and Mnry
KlUun. Funeral Thursday, nt 8 :iu a. rn,
from the resldeneo ot his brother-in-law,
James Conloy. 0S18 Windsor olaco (OSth nnd
Snrlnsflcld ne)i. HlKh Mass of Requiem at
the Church of tho Most Blessed Sacrament at
10 n m Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
KEARNEY. On December 20, 1014, MARY
KEARNEY, widow of Jamea Kearney. Fu
neral on Thursday, nt 7.J0 a. m.. from 0810
Warrington no Solemn Mass of Requiem
at the Church of tho Blessed Sacrament nt
11 a. in Interment New Cathedral Cemetory.
KELLY. On December 21,1014. MARY ANN
ELIKAE'ETH, widow of Thomas Kelly. Fu
neral on Uhursdnv, at 8-J0 a m.. from her
late residence 2112 Brandvwine st. Huh
Requiem Mass nt St. Francl XaUer s
Church at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
i cmetcr .
KOX. Near Orecn Hill Station, rrayer
Branch on December 21.1014 IIAIUHET
M . widow of tho late William Nathaniel
Knox, In her 72d year. Funeral and services
at Iacock Church Intercourse Lancaster
County, on Thursday. 21th Inst . at 11
a clock Train leaves Broad St. Station nt
8 40 a. m The remains may bo viewed on
Wednesday afternoon. Carriages will meet
trains lcavtnir Broad St Station at 2:13 and
4-1.1 o m for Orecn Hill Station ,,,,.
Ll.ilHEAD. On December il, 1014, FRAN
CES O LEITIIEAD. daughter of the Into
William E and Eliza Dillon. Funoral serv
ices on 'Ihursday. at 2 p. rn.. nt her lato
residence. 2134 N 4th st. Interment at
South laurel Hill Cemetery.
LUHIUN. (suddenly, on December 21, 1014,
HIUDOET A widow of James E. Luskin.
I-uneral on Thursday at 8 30 a. m , from
hr late residence, 165 Greenwood ave , Wyn
eote. I'a. High Mass at tho Immaculate
Conception Church, Jenklntown. at 10 a. m.
Internum at New Cathedral Cemetery.
JlcCAFl'ERY. Suddenly, on December 50.
1U14. HUail. husband of the late Jenn e
McCalTery Funeral on Thursday, at 8 JO
a. m.. from 730 Morris at. Solemn Requiem
Mais at Church of the Annunciation, at . iu
a m. pieclsely. Interment at New Cathedral
McCAFIKRY. Suddenly, on December 20.
1U14. JENNIE, widow of Hugh McCaffery.
"uneral on Thursday, at 8 JO a. m , from
JU Morris st.Solemn Requiem Maas at
Church of the Annunciation, ut 10, a. m. pre
cisely. Interment at New Cathedral Ceme-
McOOLDItlCIC December 20. 1014. BRID
GET, wife of James Mstf'oldrlck (nee Ken
ntdy) Funeral on Tliursday, at 8. JO a m ,
from J2S Cricket ave, Ardmore. Pa. Solemn
Requiem Mass at Bt. Colman's Church, at
MITCHELL. On December 21,1014. ELIZA
IlliTU A., widow of Jamea O Mitchell.
Funerol on Thursday, at 1.30 pm. precisely,
from her late residence, 1813 Porter st.,
formerly of 1730 South Droad st. Interment
at Mount Morlah Cemetery. . ,
ORIOI On December 20. 1014. STEPHEN
T . husband of Mary Orlol. native of Franco,
Clly O iyuiia jicmvma " --
the employes of II. p. Wilbur & Son sr;
Imlted to attend the funeral on Thursday
morning nt 8:80 o'clock, from his late resi
dence. 2137 S. 13th at. Solemn requiem mass
at Church of the Epiphany at 10 a. m. In
terment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
PETER, THOMAS PETER, 210 North Junl-
PURVIS. On December 20, 1014, JOHN,
husband of Mabel Purvis (nee Jones), Fu
neral services on Thursday, at 2 p. m.. at
2113 Mercer st. Interment at Palmer Ceme
tery. HEADING. On December 20, 1014, HARRI
SON READING, son ot the lata Henry M.
and Henrietta Harrison Reading. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend the funeral,
on Thursday mornlnr, at 8:30 o'clock, from
the residence of Mr Charles D. Shipper, 8421
Christian st. Solemn Requiem Mass at
Transfiguration ot Our Lord Church, SSth
and Cedsr ave.. at 10 o'clock. Interment pri
vate. Frlenda may call Wednesday evening.
nElTZJACOn REITZ. 2134 East Wll
SAUNDERS. On Deoember 22, 1914. OSCAR
P, SAUNDERS. Due notice funeral jrUI be
given, from his late residence. 1223 W. Ox
EIIARPLESS. In Birmingham township, on
Second Day. 12th Month, Slit, 1014, THtSiiAa
BHARPLESSTagsd 70 year. Rsistlves and
friends are Invited to attend the funeral, on
Bth Day, 21th Inst, at L80 p. m . from his
Ists rsaldsnce. Interment at Birmingham
Ylends' Burial Grounds. Carriages will meet
trains at West Chester, leaving Broad Street
Etstloa at 11 04. ..
6MITH- On, Dscemb-r 22. 1014. CLARA
eUlTtf. widow of William J. Smith. Further
notice of tb funeral will be given from her
late residence, Whit Horse Plks, Barring-
TIIoWsON. On Deosmber 21, Hit, JOHN,
son of Sallle B, and the late Jamea Thomp
son. Funeral, on Thursday, 2 p. m,, prs
claaly. M82 dreenway ay. Interment Mt.
Morlah Cemetery. . . .
VOLA-On December 22. 1914. FBRDI
NA1D A. husband of Ernma, Lawlsy Vols,
Funeral on Thursday, at 8 p. m,, rora 9415
Christian st. Interment private. ..
VVAMSLEYAOn Deeembsr 21. 1914. JAMES
WINTER WAMSLEY MD . a ,of Josle
p. and the lats James A. Wamiljy. If. D. In
his 421 ysar Relatlvea and friends, also
SNOODLES' DIARY :
- LPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DEGEMB-B
IN OUR MIDST
them In the streets of London.
Progressive Assembly. No. 4. A. O M. P.
are Invited to nttend the funeral services, on
Thursday morning, at 0 o'clock preclssly, at
his lato residence. 1R20 Diamond St. Inter
ment strictly private ;
WILSON. On December 21, 1BI4, ELIZA
1IKT1I L , widow o Dr. Adam II. 'VVllson,
4428 N. Chadwlck st Funeral services, Tliurs
day. 10 30 n. m , nt the Mt. Ilermon Re
formed Church. 10th and Wlngohocklng sts.
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Situations wanted, threo Inser
tions In a week 10o per line
THIS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
Permitted In nil classifications except Help
and Situations Wanted, Lost and Found, Per
sonals, Boarding and Rooms.
One - Insertion 20o pcrlne
Threo Insertions In a week .. 1,W per line
Seven consecutive Insertions... 15c per line
1000-line contract (dally ad-
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There Is a drug store near your home that
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FKLTZ REALTY COMPANT
The following bonds. Nos. TL 161., IM, 111,
B7. have been drawn and are called for pay
ment and accrued interest. Payment win bo
mado on the nret day of January, 1013. at
the office ot the Real Estate Title Insurance
and Trust cS., of Philadelphia. Pa . 323
Chestnut st, after which date all Interest
on these bonds will cease,
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HUSTLERS, capable of earning $5 arM hp
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strate our free talklrg machine. Apply
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and able to operate switchboard. Hotel Mar
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stone hands wanted N E.cor. ArchA10th.
fiOLICITOns for dally gond-feiiowshlp lunch
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only Christians and havn (rentlemanly ad
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no advances! extraordinary propojlllon that
will sell under present conditions. 138 N 12U1.
Oeneral , .
AUTOMOBILE repairing and driving taught by
espsrts; special attention given to earlwtetor
and magneto details; a road lesson every cay
and license guaranteed: day and evening
courses! easy terms. Call, write or phone
Kensington 1034. Huntingdon Auto School,
. 2411-1B, K.UInnttngrton
SITUATIONS WANTED rEMAXB
BOOKKEEPER Industrious, romp.l business
ind character ret, furn. JQtMId.Central.
COOIC Competent colored cook, with best of
references from present employer, wishes a
position In city Apply 1317 Federal st
DHKMriMAKHR wlshei few -more engsgo
ments, f2 (10 per day: designer and ntteji
dresses mads home, to. Phone Poplar 470S.
DttrasMAICnfi wants engagemsnts. home or
riu; gooq niier. ihmt jionirose; jjick. mt y.
OOWNH, EVENING CLOAKS AND TAILOH
ed milts: at home or out: short notice O.
JL MoNlchols. 1717 Christian st. Phone
HOttiKWOHIC competent colored woman
wishes position In private famllyt good cook!
tesi or rererencea. Apply zoil) ixmbnra st.
HOUSEWORK Colored woman, first-class
cook and luundressj ref. I' 820, Ledger Off.
INFANT or chlflnurse, experienced, English
I'rolestnnt. I Soir, Ledger Office.
MAID nnd seamstress. North German, would
like situation, would take older child! Is well
recommended. Q SM. Ledger Central.
NI1H8E, undergraduate, or any case: light du
ties; wages reasonable. I SIT, Ledger Office.
NURSE would like permanent Institution
position. Phone Diamond 6777 D.
POSITION with nn Invalid, or companion to
an elderly ladyj city references. E81S, Led
STENOGRAPHER, conscientious and depend
able would consider modernto salary; refer
ences u ziu, meager umce.
BTENOGRAPllEH. comn., mod. sal. till abll
Ity lsdemonstratcd.ll814. Ledger Offico.
WHENIN NEED of an experienced office as.
slstant, bookkeeper, stenographer or clerk,
call up Walnut 8000 and consult with Mtes
Dean, ot the Commercial Department, who
has a list of high-grade, experienced girls
eager for positions. Avail yourself of the free
scrvlco to Ledger advertisers NOW.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT. CAPABLE AND EF
FICIENT, B YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
AT PRESENT HEAD BOOKKEEPER
OF LARGE SEMI-SUBURBAN DE
PARTM'T STORE. DESIRES C1IANOE
TO MORE PROMISING FIELD; HIGH
EST REFERENCES. O 142, LEDGER
BOOKKEEPER and accounant, trior, comp.,
desires position of trust: can take entire
charge; mod salary. Q 300. Ledger Central.
Young man. 21. well educated: fine
business training: 3 years' experience;
best rcferenco from present employor;
desires a change. P 023, Lodger Office.
BOOKKEEPER; young man: 23: high and
business college education; 4 years practical
experience bookkeeping and clerical work;
best references. Q R0. Ledger Central.
BOOKKEEPER Married man. competent and
reliable, exper., up-to-date system, loose loaf,
etc., high, refs. Q 213. Ledger Central.
BUILDING MATERIAL SALESMAN.a hustler,
several years' experience, large following
among architects and builders ot Philadel
phia and other cities, desires connection; best
of references. Q 237, Ledger Central.
CARPENTER seeks permanent position or gen
eral utility caretaker: Janitor. P 818, Led Off.
CARPENTRY Rellablo young man wishes po-
BlilOII. .1. Kt J1UU IlUriBJT Bt
CHAUFFEUR, coachman, nrst-class mechanic,
12 years' experience. FRANK. 2238 N. 2d.
CLERIC YOUNG MAN, 22. FAIR EDUCA
TION, DESIRES POSITION EITHER IN
OrFlCB OR FACTORY. MECHANICAL
LINE; OOOU ItKl'H. O B45, LEDQ, CENT,
ENGIMEr,. Chief engineer wants position
wf ,: nomy and results are considered;
eteam. .tetr!cal, refrigerating and Ice plants;
have d 80 years' practical experience and
know the business. L 440. Ledger Central.
ENGINEER to supervise erecting new or old
plants: can glvo port of time and show re
sults to owner; Investigate; charges reason
able. Engineer, P. O. Box 03, Philadelphia,
GENTLEMAN, 88, college education,
desires position of trust: have no
special qualifications beyond an expe
rlenceof 13 years In conservative law
office, but am -well connected so
cially, of good appearance and can
furnish exceptional references; am at
present employed, but circumstances
make a change necessary and de
sirable. G 848, Lodger Central.
Tinmen a salesman
who knows his Uns; few of them do:
B years' experience In tho woolen
dress goods business; now employed,
but desires wider field to demonstrate
his ability; not looking for a lob. but
the right connection: nominal salary
and commission If representing first
class line; highest recommendations.
a 413, LEDGER CENTRAL
MAN, neat( honest, respectable; butler or utll.
ity man: can do anything; good reference.
I'opiar ajm ,,w ,,ti,uH ,.
MANAGER Man of 10 years' experience In all
branches of moWng-plcturo work is open for
position as house manager, a 43(1, ledger
OYSTER OPENER, colored, expd.. des. pas or
an waiter; gi ,. .. .... ., . ii-iu.
PHYSICIAN Chlroprsctlo phystcian wishes
with insane or so-called Incurables. O 217,
PRACTICAL MAN, 27. formerly eonductej
own business, patternmaker by trade, ex
pertenced In both Iron and brass foundry,
desires position in shop or ofllcs or as
salesman: best rsferencesj experienced
estimator from blue prints, a 643 Ledger
Toong man. 28 asaresslv, hostisr, would
llis to represent a first-clsss firm slther in
ths T Southern or Western Btatest best ref er
Ineer as to character and ability, D 813,
SPes Tand office, thorough knowjedgs of
blusortnts. wooawoming and oattsro a.
MmatlngTest r-sreocss, O 2S1, Ledger
iswf?S ti 1 HTl
tory service aaaur
South st , raiis.
YatTNtTMAK wishes position as driver or por
tr flva yeara' experlsnce best ot referjncea
ffpfn lasfimployer Chas, Nspp, 2019 Lorn-
YOUNO MAN, 18, wlVEeOo learn carpenter
trade, handy with tools. Phons Market SI22.
WHAT THEY WANTED
HVRIStArV Position dealrsd by ooUsg
Through know.s.ot ? -
CRsoedr. accurate, satisfsc-
ed. BsnJ, Sllvsrrnan, 1414
WILLET, 1809 Mafttorl.atj, 8. i-rfSSVnM1
-clit clly or conn. I ret, frione Dickinson Bora.
OUR prices en osed cars will urprl TJJi
espfclallr with our convenient parment plsnl
prices from 4100 up,
n. A B. AUTO CO
W1NTON 1011 louring ear ohasile, anll.blfoKj
truck; good condition: only 43-0. 810 N. Iftn.
AUTO LIVERT AND OABA0E3
Packard Limousine and Tourtnr cars,
By hour, day, week or raontn,
at eaeonsble rates
PACKARD SERVICE COMrANT
A&l- WU-fc ""
Phones Spruce 3140 Race 248.
FIRST-CLABt touring car, 11 pe rir new y
painted, with weather protmijn. Call Main
2284 or Tark 878. Harry Goodman.
SEE BOULTON FOR YOUR AUTO PAtNT
INGt rood work only: low prices. 8013-18
Cambridge st. Prions Preston M72.
DO-B, BIBD3 AND GOLD 17-Sg
sinu- iji WAii .
have Just arrived on steamer Bloterfy from
Rotterdam. This shipment, comprises the se
lection of Hsrti Mntaln canaries Tour
choice of the importation: Hans Mountain.
83 each! Roller canaries, S3 60 each. Cages of
E. C. VAIII.E, Importer,
819 MARKET BT.
Appear at your best this XrnaatHave
your furs carefully repaired for the hoi-
FURS Way sesson. Expert workmanship and
reasonable prices Phono Belmont -.,81
,V, 1JHAP .. i,V.VC3, " ' --
Hemttltchtng done while Ton wait. A. Itelch.
ard. 1118 ChestnuL Pictorial Review patterns
14-ROOMED APATtTQBENT "OlgE, P'v"
meters to each room, bringing S80 over ex
penses: mutt he sold this month, as owner
Is leaving cltyt no reasonable offer refused,
neighborhood 10th and Mt. Vernon. Write
1321 Orecn st, or phone Poplar bjid.
LARGE LIVERY STABLE in West Chster,
Pa., on Main St.. 2 sousres from ra lroad
station and now doing a good business.
20 open alalia, 12 boxes, large wj gon house,
big mows: 2 stores on same plot, all doing
nice business; ood stsnd. ,..,.. t
JOHN 8. OARRETT, Jr West Chester, ra.
COAL and lumber yard, with feed store;
rallroaT sldlnr: established 40 years: 1013
business, 121,000: agent soiling for heirs. Ad
dress M 80L Ledger Office.
APARTMENT BUSINESS for sate: will sell
out completely furnished 10-room apartment
business at , a very .reasonable price, at
present commeieiy ihitoi '!V""f.." """.':
Chestnut: good navlng proposition. Apply
ti 441, Ledger Central.
1 HAVE Plot of ground and building: I djsl-e
pirty to rent or purchoss: I will Invest 15000
unwsrd: must be established business anJ
bear closest Investigation: don't answer un-
less you nave, camo. um -,. . -....
an EXPERIENCED office msn Will Invest
AS3000 or more In an established .Profitable
business where services can be used to ad-
vantagej sUto what lino of business offered.
O Ml, lQKer v.gii.
WELI-PAYINO. profltsbls halrdresslng busi
ness rnohlcurlng. massage, etc.: in beit office
Eld." meltyi establishes lOyeafs: good rea-
DlQg. 1 .ii' - ...I Y..,-lna nMf nnfl T!
CLEANING AND DYEING
OSTRICH FEATHERS AND FANCIES
eirAMEl), DYED, CURLED AND MADE
EAN INTO LATEST STYLES
MAILHOT. 1B10 CHESTNUT
DIAMONDS AND JEWELBY
Bank References. Appraisement, lss.
HARRY W. BMiril. Yll SAN80- S
DBESSMAKING AND MILLINEBY
TJRESSMAKINO taught; short,, prao. course.
Mc-owelfi- 307 Denckla Bldg.. 11th - Market.
DRESSMAKING at home: best of referenoe.
teSait. 17th st. Phono Diamond 833.
TULLIARD, pool, comb 2d hand, bought.
.old. rentedr-'d. Keafer. 320 Olrard aye.
CARPETS, sold, storage, Wilton, Axmlniter:
.Jltabls boarding - apt, houses. 1310 Poplar.
PURE SEALSKIN COAT: cost S300; magnifi
cent piece of fur; sultablo for two sets furs
Ind muff: lovely preaente; only S73. 133
ONE Rand-McNally mercantile recording ays
tem map cabinet of tho United States; good
.. new 2238 N. 0th Bt.
Monarch Storage Co. Auto and pack
ing and shipping. 3870 Lancaster ave.
ANTIQUE furn.. broken Jewelry, gold, sliver,
plitlnunl. false teeth. 733 Wafnut- Est. 1800.
nMrnltnre Co. 3143 Kensington ave.
BOOMS OB BENT
RARING, 3840 Rooms, furnished or untur-
-"..? '., ,.... tnw hniiB-Wenlnv- nhulla-
nisnea. - ,.vw. -. - . --
I3ROAD. N.. 837 Two communicating rooms,
running water, housekeeping, or suitable two
to four persons; front suite, with private
bath : other vacancies; well ceatea,
BROAD. S . 400 Desirable single room, coro
"fonibfv furnished: well heated: reasonnbls.
BROAD S . 1728 Furnished rooms, housekeep-!ngIprJvateJarnJlb-vt?ihia.phoneJ-
cilEaTNUT. 1020-31 Desirable f uro.or unf urn.
LOCUST. 37i-Prlvate family will rent 1 or a
well-furnished rooms to gentleman: warm and
pornronaoie. -,, www -
ilAaTER 1027 FURNISHED ROOMS. SIN
la or en suite, hot-water heat: Poplar 2420.
"PINE ST., 1434 Desirable rooms; single or
2022 Desirable suite with private
n nre: single too mi . owner.
TIOGA. Westmoreland, 1817 2d and 3d story
tronf sultablo for two people:, moderate;
breakfast optional, ynone xioga oioa
WALNUT. 8708 Private family will rent well-
runuaneti n" ,u Buii.w.m
IbTII N.. 023 Refined gentlemen; single or
doubls rooms: every home comfort; phone.
hn fl . 122 Rooms, single or en suits; prl-
vate baths, running water, ateam heat; newly
Ti-persd and painted; gentlemen preferred.
e B2D AND SAN80M Fur-
msnea roomst nca obix.
T. M. .
msais, snower nains: near
L. All ths comforts of
Bonn. ETlons iwmoni oat.
,.-.. . . m- -..-... ----
frtYV BT ll'f T f .
ROOMS for lavallds, iciustrj.
private residence, nursing aerrlca if desired)
central. L 840, Ledger Central.
HANDSOMELY furnished front room l largj
modern prtvsU home. Electrlo lljhts. Ten
mlnutss la City Halt Telephone Baring 413.
PRIVATE FAMILY .have nleely furn. room,
well heated, convenient to bath, gentle, bus .
ness womsni bre-kfsst options). Wood. 86a
WALLACE, N B. COR. IttOT ST -Suite of
roan tor phycUni p-rtly turn. ; jm, watsr.
i. 'J.XZZ 1.- , rn ,lftl.1. Ia
jtcii, u--iko '".""B ,iii 41 "
eluding superior table, $8 table, 14
BROAD, 8 . 1000-Will rent rooms te rennto
couple or 2 gentlemen .ftcellwit. table. ,
coiAJMUIA AVE 2133 Comfortably turn i rrns.,
prl fam . fed I qpt'onaljjfrt water heat ph1
ORBErt. lSaY-SoMorF front, hath, eonv.. run-
nlng w-ter. southern exposure PQP 41m At
SPRUCE, 1224-1223 (Brlsmondei-Furn rooms.
single, en mils- prtvatebatrigLtahle board,.
WALNUT, 4044-2d floor front for coupls or
gentlemen; table unexcelled. Belmont 8288 A
CAN accommodate two gentlemen, convenient
to car lines L 481. Ledger central. ,
Olrard ave. nnd 40th st.
Bnltes 1 to 3 rooms and bath.
CHESTER" AVB, 4207 Second-floor apart
ment. B rooms. 2 baths. Open fireplace! houss
keeping apsrtment. 8 rooms and bath, fur-
nisnea or uniuriuangu.
CltBSTNtlT A 10TH-2 bright rma, bath, pri
vate hflll, mod S30 Apply lsnUor.43 B l.th.
BI'RINU GARDEN, 1010 Excellent apts In S
different houses; some furnished! kitchenettes.
WALNUT ST.. 143l-Apartmcnts of 1 to 4
rooms, with Utbt, furnished or unturnlahe-t
first class: 42 up Apply janitor, ,
WALNUT.1222-24 (Kenwood) Desirable vaean
eleerslnila or suite, pr v. Uthsiwlll furnish
a .la A-.! t tMArtsrflU rla. YVJIiflllf NIH..
IVDUU Wlinint m --.-- ....- ;
Fbn VACANCIES and comrilet- Informatloo at
all apattm-ntii frej, consult, .,M . . .
13th and Spruce sts. Prone Walnut 080, er
write for "Apartment Directory." December
bullion, r irpi
BEAUTIFUL ground-floor .suite: handsomely,
furnished: two rooms, bath and kltrhenettet
In select, quiet central locality. B 230, Lcdl
LION'S HEAD npr'riBruLS?
ONE or two gent'n: elegant furn. rooml run.
.... k.w m,.. t..,,. KM N. intn st
FURNISHED Two rooms and bath I nesr "L
itotlon: 23 per month. John A. Thomas,
0033 Market St.; Belmont 4740.
1527-29 Spruce Street
ON TIR8T TLOOR
Apply on Premises
CHESTNUT AND 30TII BTREETO
Ore Housekeeping Apt.. 0 Rooms and Hath.
One Housekeeping Apt., 0 Rooms and BatU.
R. II. THATCHER. Manager.
WALLACE, N. D. COR. SI ST ST. Flat of 4jf
and bath; hskpg.: furnished or unfurnished.
HOUSEKEEPING PLAT of 8 room; and bath.
- 4...I. TV-Inn, Anntf 110 R Iftth
ncnr ,'l.ll ...,. ....,.,-. ..f..-.. -..- ,
POPLAR APTS.. 1020 Poplar Beautiful furn.
hkpg. suites: private baths: hotMcrheot,
BEAL ESTATE POB SALE
YORK, W.. 1010 For light manufacturing pur-
rosea; power furn. from adj. plant If desired;
1000; small amount cash. Kensington 138.
MOUNT AIRY AND CHESTNUT HILL
Pelhnn Trust Co, 0740 Oermantown ave.
SEVERAL large tracts of Improved land on
I Irh ground, wldo streets and with unexcelled
trolley and trnln servlco for sale on ground
rent. Address M 013. Ledger Office.
ISO BUILDING LOTS on Broad st. and Inter
secting streets, between 8th and 10th sts.;
high ground, wide streets and desirable sur
roundings: suitable for a building operation.
Address fll UIO. ouner unite
Uaiiilonfleld. N. J.
HAVE SEVERAL fine properties at bargain
prices. WM. CAREY MARSHALL, 831 Fsd.
eral St., Camden.
National Park. N. -.
YOUR opportunity; lots 2flxlB0; near trolleyt
overlooking Del ; adjoin. Campbell Soup i Co.
development. Greater N. J. Co.. 33 S. 10th.
120-ACRE FARM; old stone house (poor con
dition), stono and frame barn, outbuildings)
good stream, elegant springs, fruit, shade,
and a fine a building site as to be found la
Delaware County; adjoining station and com
muting dlstanco of Philadelphia; price only
1100 per acre. lfcCOVLim
4ai4 tlUMIUI b., .....
"Don'f Forget the Number.'
ioo ACRES Location, land, buildings, water
and railroad facilities all first class: has
-S.rvthln- that boos to make a good farm:
literal stock "arms cheap. ISO. 200 nnd 25
-Ires' tho very best of land and cheap; state
your V-nta, Jonathan C. Hare, West Chcs
175' ACRES Stock,. dairy or fruit farm. Main
ita 'II. R-: quick salo; 00 per acre; make
ofte teVmi VeMonableT' J. . Tbompton,
West Chester. Pa.
2 ACRES S3iO0: mjjo ot Main Line. A- D.
Hcald. West Chester. Pa.
BEAL ESTATE SALE OB BENT
NO MONEY roijulred If ground Is Improved!
will tako mortgage on N. W. cor. Hancock.
-?nlumbla ava. Charles uaus. -tit a. lain st.
"?, , m sm ,, -M KvirA 1BCti at
"CHESTNUT ST.. south side, above 13th st.
"ale or rent. John Dredger.' Jr.. Bailey Bldg.
HEAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
Atlantio City. N. 3.
iiryrEl. cottages, apartments, etc., to
changs for Philadelphia properties. Chas.
TFs11, 83 B. l'en..a. aye., Atlantio City.
BEAL ESTATE WANTED
PROPERTY in apd around Philadelphia for
English Investors; only parties with good in-come-proauclng
properties of desirable loca
tion neea reply, wire or write at ones to
American repressntatlvs. W. J. MULLETT,
Lockport. N. Y.
BEAL ESTATE POR BENT
CENTRAL, second floor, one or two rooms for
rent iheap; suit any business or profession.
" R. Compsny. 1317 Pennsylvania Bldg
Factories, Warehouses. Mfg. Floors
FLOOR SPACE. 1B33, central, good light;
ias snd electricity, suit any business or light
""CT'co'.Y-ri : bldo.
TWO FLOORS, first and second story with
steady power; 14.000 square rest, wsfl llsht
sd; low insurance. Bradbury Brothers, lirls-
lol st.. near Qehaantbwn ava.. Nleetowp.
OMccs, Huslaess Rooms, Etc
UtOAD, N,. 84S-Deslrabla business offlcs.'
llCIlK S 1H-'tJ' U J4---4 UUVtl
i Atlantio City, N. J.
lurnlshed or unfurnished, ky month, season
or ysar. all locations; prlcss 125 per monUl
un U ' O. Harris Co.. Bartlett Bldg. uw"1
OR FERBT AND SECOND MORTOAOES
' BAMUEL II CHESTNUT
loiu i;coif,u-A- trt. k
CONSERVATIVE DH and 8. per csat. Ut morti
gages on Improved Atlantic City and Vent-or
propsrtlss, Insured, titled, punctual interest
payments guarantesd amounts -1000 to 160,.
OuO. tl U Harris Co., Atlantio City N J.
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