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Classified Advertising Columns
LOST, FOUND AXD REWARDS
$2JO REWARD?Stolen. Mftrmon Special,
I!>17. D-paM?enKer tournifr; manufacturar',?
No. SIT.OilO; T?r*"iv*>t?-r ?Met?: natural wood
wheel?; tvnry tool box rUht side; loehox
support left <?tir. running board; lengthened
?teerin? post und body, fron? dash to fror.?
flat: liarii?.?* wind ?hiel.i; tan (op, ?lip
<over*. Notify Insur-im? Coiftpany of
State IVnn--\ Ivanla, Telephon? I" re km un
1S90.
$.300 REWARD
for return of round bino t pearl of ?real
?entiinental valUO lost from ring Septetn
b?sr 17. ot or between Ritx-Cnriton Hotel
mid Broadhurst Theatre, or In taxi? ab
Marcus ?i- Co., Fifth av.?. atW 4.'th Nt.
$t00 REWARD
for return of r?>M diarpoml atinOded rari
-?ase. lost September 10. vicinity of Kew?
town Creek. Qreenpnlnt. I. II. & B. 1! ]
Welnbcr?-. 665 Fifth ave,
$50 RE NVA In?
for return of Russian sable scarf, lost
September 14 ;:( or between W. 74th at.
and W. 86th St.. or In taxlcab. A. R, ?
Les ?.- Co.. !0 William st.
LOST?Lady'* platinum diamond bar pin. ,
between t.*?tii st., Broadway and Amster?
dam av. and south .side of 7?<1 st.. subway
train to Tlr.'.e?^ sq.. or train to Cone>
Island. Liberal reward. 1010 Sherman
Square Hotel. I
LOST. ?- Fraternity pin, studded with
pearls, between o_>: and 28th Hirer's, on |
Wedne<*day. 'Phone Plaxa 4700, Extension j
15, between S and f>. Reward.
LOST?Passbook No. 152.006. ?-.?-urd b\ the \
Cnloil Square Savin(ts Bank, Finder '
will pl-*ii?,> return it to the bank.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS? 2o>76 E-ottBWlclt
?v., private house, large front room:
buslnoes man or won.;;:.; $00 monthly.
S6TH ST.--140 W? very desirable accom?
modations in exceptionally well furnished
home, largo rooms: gentlemen vr.\;- ; rtf
e rencos.
SbTH ST., OS EAST.?Basement room;
private bath; n'?>o two others; !-e, u-.
100D. 31') WEST (Riverside) ?Attractive
rooms or ?uites; meaiii. Tclcpiicne River?
side 10098.
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
OXE or two i>;<n and comfortable rooms
and bath required, in hi??h Brade hous>*.
preferably part of targe apartment, with
? asy acc?s? t?> corner 40d Str. <?i and Fifth
Avenue. Private entrance preferred Re?
ply by mail, Room 1912, 601 Flith Avenu?).
ROOMS TO LET
S1ST.. ooii WEST?Apartment i: . pailor,
two bedrooms n-*xi :o bath; gentlemen.
FURNISHED APARTMENT
FURNISHED apartment, 3 rooms and
bath, steam heat, electricity; b? year
only. Eberle, rear studio, 206Vi W, loth s:
MORNINGSIDE DRIVE?Reftned bachelor
homo; select neighborhood: overlooking
park: eastern and southern exposure; ele?
vator. Cathedral T.T7?\ upt. Cl.
72D ST . ?74 V. ES !' Tn i to ten room
furnished nparlmenta; best in city. :
Cathedral 582a.
111TII ST., 141 WEST?Eighi rooms and
t-vo baths, beautifully furnished; all un?
usually ??ike and list. ; half block from .
nub way ; overlooking Central Park; ready for i
occupancy; $:;?><" a month. Mitchell.
HELP WANTED MALE
INSTRUCTION
AUTO INSTRUCTION. So. REPAIRING.
DRIVING. SHOP WORK; EVENING
?LASSES; COMPLETE COURSE; Ll
i'KNSK GUARANTEED; REDUCTION TO
SERVICE MEN. AMERICAN AUTO
SCHOOL, 72? LEXINGTON AVE. 109X11)
AUTOMOBILE INSTRUCTION, !*?.
Unlimited driving, etc.. guaro?.teed, In?
cluding machins for state examii.a.loat
untl! license secured. B. la. Co., 1*43
Loxlng-.on av*. (*8th).
LEARN TO BH) A CHA LFFECR. ?Pleas?
ant and prolltable work; day and even?
ing dassc... Send tor free booklet and
visitor's pass. Vest Sida T. M. C. A..
117 West 67th at.
I.BARN LINOTYPE OPERATING; earn
?50 weekly; cost $100: day, evening. Tel?
ephone 0478 Stuyvesant. umpire School.
103 East luth St.
HELP WANTED MALE
ADJUSTER
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT
GIMBEL BROTHERS
33RD ST. Sr BROADWAY
wish to istgag? a thoroughly exper?
ienced Co.'nplalnl adjuster for ihe'.i
Furniture Department. Excellent
opportunity.
Appl; Employment Office. 0: li flooi
ABRAHAM & STRAUS,
Fulton Street, Brooklyn.
Store Hours 9:00 A. M. to
5:30 P. M.
SALESMEN
We require the services of men
thoroughly experienced in selling
Refrigerators
Men's Underwear
Upholstery
ALSO
Contract Department
Requires the services of a high
grade, all around salesman. Must
have had experience with houses
of the first class. Apply by mail.
ALSO
STATISTICIAN
Cart place a man who i-4 accus?
tomed to handling statistics.
ALSO
BOYS
Need several boys of neat ap?
pearance as stock boys, collect?
ors, etc.
ALSO
Delivery Department
Requires several men as pack?
ers, janitors; can also use sheet
writer?; hours 1 :00 P. M. to
10:00 P. M. Applications can be
made at the Employment Office,
Subway Floor, Central Build?
ing, or by mail.
ADVERTISING solicitors for
a daily paper; salary and
commission ; chance for ad?
vancement. Address A 861,
Tribune Office.
BOV. 14 TO j-- AN OLD ESTABLISHED
REAL ESTATE KIR M HAS AN OPEN
IN? COR A BRIGHT, AMBITIOUS.
i-JIRISTlAN HOY; PERMANENT P081
':lON; GOOD SALARY TO START, AND
RAPID PROMOTION FOR ONE WHO
CAN QlMLIFY. ROOM 1116, ??l BROAD?
WAY.
BOT?14 TO 1?. IN THE OFFICE OF A
LARGE IMPORTING AND MANCFAOT
ORIN<J HOUSE. NO EXPERIENCE NEC?
ESSARY; SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES
FOR PROMOTION'. CALL?N MR. WA1TZ
ARBlfKLE BROS., 71 WATER ST.
BOY. 16 year?, office work; good chance for
bright boy. Call 1 >? -*0 a. in . Shapero m
A.onson, ?0 W*rien et
HELP WANTED MALE
BOYS
BOYS
BOYS BOYS BOYS
BOYS
BOYS
Here is your opportunity!
We are looking for a few
bright boys who want to
GET OUT
of the RUT
and succeed in business.
The largest telephone
manufacturing concern in
the world offers this op?
portunity to a few boys who
will start at the ^ottom of
the ladder and work their
way up to big positions.
CALI, MONDAT AND TUESDAY,
BKTtt'EfiN 3 A. M. AMO 4 P M.,
FOR A PERSONAL. INTERVIEW.
Western Electric Co., Inc.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE .
37 BETHUNE ST.
m
MR W. K. RR1LL, ROOM Til?.
193 BROADWAY.
BOYS
Boys who are interested in per?
manent positions with a fast:
growing mercantile organiza?
tion. We have a number of va?
cancies at this time which ?
nffer excellent opportunities. j
Vacancies are for Packers,
Order Fillers and Stock Boys.
Salary to. start $12.00 per week.
Call at once.
THE CHARLES
WILLIAM STORES.
L'.". Wafhinirton St reel.
Brooklyn. New Vori,
BOYS.
Real opportunity, with defi?
nite advancement, for bright,
ambitious office boys who wish
to become associated with the
largest rubber company in the
world; call mornings. Employ?
ment Oftice, 14th floor.
United States Rubber Co.,
1790 BROADWAY.
BOYS INTERESTED TN TELE?
GRAPH WORK, who wish fur
i her training leading to work
?long electrical lines, appl?
Western Union, Room 170J. 24
Walker st. (near Canal and
Broadway), New York.
BOYS
The B F OOODRICH RUBBER CO.
needs it messenger for ?Is Hoboken branch
and a'.?? one for the New York office ; salary
: 'o start 5i? per month. Applj lo Mr. Rose,
1780 Broadway.
BOYS. neat appearance over IS. to wo-l; in
mush- roll factory; s?iod pay, bonus, free
i Ufe InaurancQ, free medical attendance; bring
employment certificate. Republic Player Roll
i Coil?., MS West 51st at.
BOY wanted In office of large whole?
sale bouse; good opportunity, ?'all Win.
.la'Uinaii Sons. ?5 West 115th a)., 9th tloor.
ROY wanted by advertising agency: neat ap?
pealing, ambitious hoy v>ho Is willing to
start at the bottom. Will have an excellent
opportunity to learn the advertising business;
grammar school graduate preferred. Joseph
Richards Co.. 9 East 40th si.
BOTS?As messengers In large
ofllce. Excellent chance for pro
motion. Call Morse, 441) Fourth ai.
S HOY, about 16 vcars of atin in the office
of an old established firm. Hours, S:70
'? to ?>; Saturdays. K:.".0 to 1. Good oppor
, tutitty for bright. Intelligent boy. Address
! stating age and salary expected. P. O
i Hox 271.
150VS, office of manufacturing conc?n;
near 4'Jd street ferry; light office duties,
errands, etc.; ?late age. references, wages
expected, etc. Box II, l?j]9 St. .lames
' Building.
errands and assist in stock room: excellent
^opportunity for advancement; $9 start.
, Empire Rubber Company, 14S Chamb?n at.
~B?Y~FOR ERRANDS
Make himself generally useful; chance for
advancement. Burke A- James, 777. 5th a\e.
HOYS. 16-16, AS MESSENGERS, PLEAS?
ANT WORK AND OPPORTUNITY FOR
ADVANCEMENT. APPLY MRS. CUL
BERT. EDITORIAL ROOMS. NEW YORK
TRIBUNE.
BOY, under 17 years of age. Excellent
opportunity for advancement and fair
salary to start. Address, "V.O..'1 1*. ?7>.
?ox 87':;, City 111?:! Station. N. Y. ?.".
: BOYS wanted, to make themselves gen?
erally useful and run errands; good
chume for advancement. Thomas W.
Lamb, 044 8th av,
?BOY FOR OFFfCE AND PACKING
ROOM; STEADY EMPLOYMENT; GOOD
CHANCE FOR ADVANCEMENT. MAL
LENICKRODT, Z'? PLATT ST.
i BOY for office and errand work, about 16:
: hours 8:30-6:30, Saturdays 1 P. M. all
year: good chance for advancement; salary
| $10. Call K. F. Keating, 4?2 Water st., N. Y.
BOYS, ACTIVE; INDER IS: OLD ES?
TABLISHED FIRM; GOOD SAURY
AND ADVANCEMBNT. APPLY. DOW.
JONES & CO., 44 BROAD ST.
BOT. bright, intelligent, for alru? tural
steel (.fflre; t hanre for advancement and
learn profession. Apply Harris Structural
Steel Company, 1?M0 Broadway.
i - - ?-- - ? ,.,
; BOY wanted In oftice of wholesale house;
must be bright and Intelligent; good chance
1 for advancement. Apply Louis Me- ers & Son,
110 6th ave.
BOY, bright, with working papers, to
aanlat In optical department. Manhat?
tan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, 210
East Mth at.
BOY wanted In large advertising agency;
chance for advancement. Apply J. Wal?
ter Thompson, 244 Madison ave.. New
York Cltf.
1 BOY WANTED?Ail round work In whole?
sale drug house; references. L. E. Widder
& Co., 60S West Broadway.
BOY for errands; good wages. Apply
Patent Hanging Book Cover Co., 30
Howard at.
BOTS for light factory -work; good pay;
reference. Wol/aheirn A Sachs, 10 Gold st.
HELP WANTED MALE
BOY, m textile broker's offlre; neat ap
yaronie. excellent chance for advance?
ment. Ap|)ly George M?ller. 2 Stone el,
room 208.
? BOY f<*r gen. ral office work. Apply Hey
wocd. Strasser & Voigt, 2fith and 9 th a v.
BOT, for sign shop; opportunity to learn
! good trade. Boflnger Bros., 146 E. 42d St.
! BOY, 14 I? 16! fur office work and er?
rands. Pomeroy, 16 East 42?! st.
' BOYS wanted to run errands; $10 a week.
I Harding, 10 West 13th st.
BOYS, strong, for ?hipping floor. Wolf
Bhclm A Sachs, 10 Gold si.
BOY In laboratory; salary $10. Scientific
Station. 28 East 20th St.
BOY.?Chance to l?nm printing trado. Huber
& Hill. 607 West 43d st.
'ANYASSERS for the Ice business; ?salary.
J. H. Bode, 154 East 63d st.
CARPET MAN. experienced; nalesrnan,
renovator, layer; steady; good salary;
advanci'Uicnt. StlllitiRR. Inc.. 621 Madison
e. (5!>th). Plai-.a 8835.
CREDIT MAN; must be thoroughly ex?
perienced; state age, expoi lenca and
salnrv. Box A-H63. Tribune Office.
DECORATIVE SALESMAN
Abraham & Straus, Brooklyn,
New York, require a decorative
salesman; one familiar with high
grade home furnishings and who
has had special training in
handling fine draperies and cur?
tains. Permanent position, with
good salary, also bonus features.
Apply by mail only, addressing
Superintendent, Abraham &
Straus, Fulton Street, Brooklyn.
ELEVATOR OPERATORS
LORD & TAYLOR
REQUIRE MEN OF GOOD APPEARANCE
BNPERIENCED AS
ELEVATOR OPERATORS
APPLY EMPLOYMENT OEFTCE
P.. I'll FLOOR
ERRAND BOY for ?hipping department;
good opportunity. Mr. Kloper, C. E. Sliep
pard Company, 311 Hudson st.
ERRAND BUY to work in engraving depart?
ment; light work. Metropolitan Art Craft,
;ns William st.
FOREMAN
for plaiting and polishing department on
j light Iron, sto'-l and ?u-tal goods, write,
?staling experience, ?alary and age, etc.:
! good position for right man. L. Colgan.
?superintendent, Tuttle & Baily Mfg. Co..
*;'. North 10th st.. Brooklyn.
LARGE manufacturing plant
located in Brooklyn desires
the services of an up-to-date
drill shop foreman, a man
capable of handling all classes j
of drilling on radial and up?
right drills. Answer, stating'
fully your experience, age, ;
whether married or single, na- j
tionality and salary desired, j
B., P. O. Box 1132, N. Y. City.
MAN FOR FACTORY, MUST:
HAVE HAD AT LEAST 31
TO 5 YEARS' INTENSIVE,
ACTIVE EXPERIENCE AT,
GIVING OUT WORK TO:
CONTRACTORS, TO TAKE
CHARGE OF WOOLENS,
FIGURING COST, ESTIMAT?
ING WORK AND HANDLING I
DETAILS OF MANUFAC- !
TURING PLANT. ONLY ?
YOUNG, ACTIVE LIVE
WIRE, WITH AMBITION AND
EXECUTIVE ABILITY, WITH i
EVIDENCE OF PROVE Ni
RECORD. SPEED ANSWER.
P. HUTNER & CO., 48 WEST j
25TH. I
MAN?STENOGRAPHY
quick anil correct at figures, alerl
and capable of thinking for him?
self: experienced in paper accounts
preferred; lo une possessing these
<)U."< l?rica t ions ave offer an excep?
tional future. Address, stating age.
nationality, salary and reference.
I WRITE K. T. S., ROOM 2502,
110 WEST 40TH ST.
i .___I
?MEYER BROTHERS, "llain '
St., Paterson, N. J., have;
?openings for several exper
I ienced department store aisle
I managers ; permanent positions '
i and good salary paid. No night
j work ; store hours, 9 a. m. to 6
i p. m. daily. Apply in person or
by.letter to Supt.
j GENTLEMEN TO HAiN'DLiTf?rsFcLaSS ''
I shares in a. growirg concern. Good prop- j
oBltlon to t.ght party. Commission and r
! salary. Write P. o. Box 44. Time? Square !
6tatlon, New York City,
I MAN wanted In w ishroom. Applv S406 ?
Park a v. (166th st.). :
| MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN wanted
with general mechanical experience. Call
I at once for interview. Chevrolet Motor
j Co.. Tarrytown, N. T.
! OFFICE BOY ?High grade boy wanted by
, large financial institution. Opportunity for
life position, with advancement on merit
basis. Apply in own handwriting, giving age.
education and references. A., Box 107, Trib?
une Office.
OFFICE BOYS
by a large oorpoiatlon; good chance for ad?
vancement. See Auditor, Bradstreet, 348
Broadway, N. Y.
OFFICE BOYS
?40 to ?45 monthly start, call 2 Alhany St.,
cor. Greenwich. 6th floor, N. Y. City.
OFFICE BOYS, good chance for ad?
vancement; $9 week to etart; hours.
9 to 6, 1 o'clock Saturday. Apply room
7J23-4. Equitable Building.
SALESMEN, ACTIVE. EDUCATED, FOR
HIGH CLASS MEMBERSHIP WORK;
EIG COMMISSIONS; EXPERIENCED
MEN, OVER 25 PREFERRED. 'PHONE
COLUMBUS 0083.
HELP WANTED MALE _
OFFICE ROY? Intelligent, with good refer,
etice; artvanccnient. Wyanoalt Publish?
ing Company, 138 West D2d Ht.
OFFICE ROY, clean out and ambitious; good
opportunity. C. E. Sheppanl Company, .111
Hudson st.
OFFICE HOY. bright, Intelligent; apply
at onoe. Morrt? Herrmann Company,
Room 904, 200 Fifth ave.
Backers"and craters
In a Brooklyn factory; good position;
write, stating age. salary and experience,
etc. Bo:; 0. Room 405. 110 West 34th ?t.
PORTER. STEADY WORK, APPLY 335
GREENWICH ST.
PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADUATES
who wish to earn a good salary
while. learning u profession
which offers pormnnont work
and regular advancement. Ap?
ply Western Union, Room 1702,
04 Walker st. (near ?'anal and
und Broadway), New York.
SALESMEN
an exceptional proposition Is offered to Sales?
men having had experience In selling porta?
ble, ready cut or sectional houses. Only thoso
having had previous experience in thin line
need apply.
Write, stating age, experience, etc., to
"Ready Built," Box 85, Tribune Ofllce.
SALESMEN
We want a few good men who have been
accustomed to earning large incomes, ?.^ur
proposition is the most uriiisuul and at?
tractive that has li?.?cn offered to the
Investing public for a long time, and is
backed by responsible and reputable busi?
ness men. Liberal commission. Only ono
interview required t'i effect a sale. Apply
room 1121? Marbridg?; Building, '.7 West
:*41h st., New York City.
SALESMEN
with experience, wanted to sell
world renowned paint specialty.
Bronzite?The Permanent Green
Paint. On market twenty-live
years..
COLONIAL WORKS,
Room StfO, Woolworth Blclg.
SALESMEN.?
A large New York corporation witii estab?
lished branch offices ha?' opening for several
high grade salesmen; must be well dressed
and furnish good references; city and road
work: three days' training; position perma?
nent to men of ability and industry, l'or liv
tervloiv call on 1. F. Rune;', Hi West 3t>ih
st., tsmth floor).
SALESMBN.?One or two capable lot
salesmen, experienced In selling from
map or blueprint; well established and
reliable real estate developers will.pay lib?
eral commission, with opportunity of in?
terest In the business. Call, between 1 and
4, Room 1100. 1070 Broadway.
SALESMEN to sel! a popula!' national!.,
advertised product ?direct to sonsunier?;
sewing machino or book agents preferred
but not essential: territories n.uv being
assigned: commission basis; mil it one?.
Mr. Marston, Ohio Electric Company, 140
Vest 4iith si.
SALESMEN?Experienced stock securii)
.salemiirn with good following, who luv?
been auoc->r=;.ful soiling local industrials.
Loads rnrnished. Exceptional office co?
operation. Strictly commission Suite 13l*>?
.Sun Building,- 150 Nassau si.
SALESMAN?Experienced show floorman
on lighting fixture.?-. F Storsbrey, 22 At- ;
lantlc si . Newark, N. .1
SECURITIES
SALESMEN.
$100 per week,
-salary and commission.
REPLIES HELD
CONFIDENTIAL.
Address
Bond Department,
Suite 400,
489 Fifth Avenue.
New York Citv.
SHIPPING CLERK?xperienced voung
man wanted to take chargo of ?hipping
department of large sheet music house;
ono who Is reliable and conscientious; line
opportunity for right parlv. Apply by
letter only. Pla:-;a Music Co., 18 West 00th.
STOCK SALESMAN
A sound, going industrial corporation
wishes to disposo of a large block of Its
treasury stock, all of whtr.h is common, to
finance increasing business. Compensa?
tion, straight commission. Call Bryant
446S. or 44US. during business hour.? for
appointment with official of corporation
in question.
SUCCESSFUL interviewer wanted for un?
usually attractive field. Weekly draw?
ing account of "140; good worker can make I
J300 monthly. 220 West 40d Street,
suite 2007.
SOUTH AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT ?
Skilled or technical: men can reach 15,000
possible employers. Latin America, through
our wunt columns; 6 cents a word, mini?
mum $1.50. INGENIER?A INTERNA?
CIONAL, 476 Tenth ave.. New York City.
TRAVELLING SALESMAN,
not over 46,
who would like to locate In
New York City.
and who can furnish undoi'btti
evidence of ability a*
a salesman, is want.sd
for position worth
?i.aoo to the right man.
Drawing account ?gainst commtsslona
Call on J. H. HUNTINGTON,
1?S West 40tfc at.,'
after 10 and before * o'clock.
WORKS MANAGER
will take charge of plant manufacturing
products made of sheet metal, etc. Box
A, 3?12 Tribune Office.
WRAPPER
P0Ji.y?0-i??i?,'S "'EAR. ? NEW SHOP
NEMEROV, 21 West 34th.
YOUNG MEN
for office work, must be quick and ac?
curate, for large grocery concern: good
advancement: write stating experience.
Address E. M. F.. P. O. Box 05. Station R
Bronx.
TOUNG MAN wanted. 18 to 20 years, for
stock clerk in importing house; rood
opportunity for bright, ambitious man to
advance to salesman. Mortmura Bros ,
5 3 West 23d st.
YOUNG MAN. 16 to 20. to take care stock,
pack mail orders and make deliveries;
good wages and opportunity to live, in?
telligent young man. Manhattan Doll Co ,
741 6th av.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
INBTBUCIlON
Wanamaker Beauty School
383 Fifth Ave., Near 38th St
Leading School of America
Earn $25 Weekly.
Hairdressing, Manicuring,
Marcel Waving.
?IT ?ranchee tauf ht; i??1?ter ?<*? fe?
high cliM position?, W? c?rt?jot ?Up?!? tfc?
??manrt: reach out for ?uceen? I? an ?*?
trirenmtnt ef wealth an* raflnamant; <t?f.
???nlng cluna Tel lit? VauierWIt.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
A CHANCE TO SEE
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ALL EXPENSES PAID
Tim Bell Telephone Company
In that City is offering BOARD.
LODGING. LAUNDRY, TRANS?
PORTATION and LIBERAL
SALARY to Klrls who have had
telephone operating experience.
If not engaged in that occupa?
tion now.
For particulars write, Rivirrg
age. experience, present employ?
ment, If any, and 6?l!?ry, to
P.. K. ALLERTON,
720 Llth Street, N. \Y.
Washington, D. C.
ABRAHAM & STRAUS,
FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN.
Store Hours. 9 A. M. to ?:30 P. M.
SALESWOMEN
Have vacancies !n the following ?le
partmeuts for Saleswomen:
Women's Cloaks and Suits
Women's Shoes
Children's Shoes
Toilet Articles
Upholstery
Veilings
Candy
Books
Shirt Waists
Notions
Silverware
: China
j CLERICAL WORKERS
i Require several clerical workers as
sheet writers nnd lile clerks in our
Delivery Department.
ALSO
TYPISTS
Can place typists who ?an operate
I ne Oliver and Underwood machine/?.
WAITRESSES
Need waitresses for our Restaurant
nnd dispensara for our Sod? Depart?
ment.
ALSO
DEPARTMENT OF
ACCOUNTS
Require.? bookkeepers, cashier? and
Clerical workers.
ALSO
STOCK GIRLS
Require several girls of ii-jni ap
pea raneo to act as stock girls in vari?
ous departments.
DEPARTMENT OF
WRAPPING
We require several young girl.' as
parcel wrappers; experience not neces
These position" offer a inactive op?
portunities for women between tho
ages of 14 and 4?), particularly '?>
those who desire steady work with ad?
vancement. Applications can be made
at the Employment Office, Subway
Floor, Central Building, or by mail.
ABRAHAM & STRAUS,
FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN.
Store Hours 9 A.M. to 5 :30 P.M.
Require the services of several ;
experienced saleswomen in our
Shirt Waist Department. A lib?
eral salary will be paid to those i
who have had the necessary ex- j
perience. Applications can be
made at the Employment Office,
Subway Floor, Central Building,
or by mail.
ABRAHAM & STRAUS,
FULTON STREET, BROOKLYN.
Store Hours 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
We require a Head of Stock
| for our Woodenware Depart
j ment. This is a good opening for
I a young woman who has ex?
perience in this line. Applica?
tions can be made at the Em?
ployment Office, Subway Floor,
Central Building, or by mail.
AN exceptionally fine, permanent connec?
tion Is open for a few more ladies; ex?
planatory work for enrolling members
with co-operative organisation of national
scope, effecting saving?) of IS per cent to
40 per cent on purchase price of ladies'
and men's nppare!. furniture, vugs, house?
hold necessities, standard food products:
organization In operation over .: years;
very highly endorsed; recognized as the
solution to reducing high cost of living:
$4 to $30 daily; worth Investigating if
only for saving you yourself could make.
Call 3?jS ?th ave.. Suite M4.
BINDERY SEWERS, No. 3 Smyths ma
chlne gatherer?, pasters, point feeders.
all around workers: steadv. Grady, 1116
West lath st.
BONN EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE.
200 BROADWAY, ROOM 50V.
NO REGISTRATION FEE.
STENOGRAPHERS, TYPIST.?. CLERKS
BOOKKEEPER
v.anted by a publishing house, located
downtown, convenient to all Brooklyn,
Jersey City and local transit facilities ; ono
who Is experienced In keeping circulation
and subscription records preferred. Call
or write, R M. Lupton, publisher, 80
Lafayette st.. New York.
BOOKKEEPER, should be ca?
pable and responsible; give
fullest particulars. Write L. S.,
Room 2502, 110 VV. 40th.
Cashiers (2) Experienced
Salesmen (20) Experienced
Seamstress (10)
Experienced for alteration work
on women's suits and gowns.
Permanent positions for those
who qualtfy. A new shop.
NEMEROV, 21 West 34th.
GIRLS, steady employment all the year
round; no experience necessary; good
wages; pleasant surroundings; light arork
room. Moore Gum Co., 921 Broadway near
Sift st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
BLOOMINGDALE BROS.,
Lex. to Third eve., 69th to 60th nits.,
Offer good paying positions to
SALESWOMEN
for all departments.
CASHIERS
SODA DISPENSERS
OFFICE ASSISTANT
COMPLAINT ADJUSTERS
---and?
GIRLS
as parcel wrappers, etc.
NOTE :
EXPERIENCE UNNECES?
SARY. WE EMPT-OY COM
PETHNT TEACHERS FOR BEGINNERS.
APPLY SUPT.'S OFFICE, !) A M.
CHOCOLATE DIPPERS. EXPERIENCED;
GOOD PAY; STEADY WORK. VIANA
CHOCOLATE CO., 382 JEFFERSON ST.,
BROOKLYN.
CHOCOLATE DIPPER, experienced: hour.?
3 to 5; $20 week. Stefflns, 877 Flatbush
ave., Brooklyn.
CLERKS
W? have a number of
clerical positions open for
girls and women in our
Genera) Offices.
Some positions are for
expericirced workers, but a
largo number of beginn??!?
will be given an opportunit??
to get experience and
qualify as
FILERS
.MAIL READER?
CASH REGISTER
OPERATORS
BILL CLERK.-'
AUDIT CLERKS
and other positions of re?
sponsibility.
A bonus of 10 per cent is
payable Christmas.
Call at once, or write to
The Charles William Stores,
25 Washington Street,
i: -.?ok!? n. New York.
13 TO IS 5'EARS OF AGE. IN
THE OFFICE OF A LARGE
CORPORATION.
MUST BE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
GRADUATES
EXPERIENCE UNNECESSARY
HOURS 0 TO 5. SATURDAY
HALF HOLIDAY.
SALARY $11.00 PER WEEK
TO START.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES
FOR ADVANCEMENT.
WRITE STATING AGE, EDU?
CATION, ETC.. TO
BOX A ?60 TRIBUNE.
CLERK
Some experience; prominent position: large
corporation. Bee Auditor, Bradstreet, 346
Broadway.
CLERICAL WORKERS who
want to get out of a rut and
learn a profession which in?
cludes typewriting, offers an
opportunity to do executive
work and pays up to $1,600 a
year. Apply Westarn Union.
Room 1702, 24 Walker Street
(near Canal and Broadway),
New York.
COOK-WAITRESS?Work one floor; fam?
ily .1 adults; references and neatness re?
quired; call or 'phone Monday a. m., Co?
lumbus 3722, 37 West 7Sd at.
COOK, experienced, white; wages $63;
references. Mrs. F. R. Brown, Cedar
hurst. L. I. Telephone Far Rockaway 1033.
CREDIT WOMAN must be thoroughly
experienced; state age, experienco and
salairy. Box A. 364 Tribune Office.
DEMONSTRATOR
Abraham & Straus, Fulton
Street, Brooklyn, require a
demonstrator for their Art Em?
broidery Department. Must pos?
sess first class experience in
hand embroidering. Applica?
tions can be made at the Em?
ployment Office, Subway Floor,
Central Building, or by mail.
GIRLS! GIRLS!
Store Hours 9 to 5
BRIGHT. ENERGETIC GIRLS. IV
YEARS OF AGE: FINE OPPOR?
TUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT:
SALARY $11 PER WEEK, WITH
OPPORTUNITY TO EARN AN
EXTRA $1.18 PER WEEK.
ALSO
DESIRABLE OPENINGS
FOR CLERICAL WORKERS'?
HEARN,
14th St., near Fifth Ave.
EMPLOYMENT DEPT., 4TH FLOOR.
GIRLS
WE REQUIRE GIRLS, 16 YEARS OF
AGE OR OVER. TO LEARN PARCEL
"WRAPPING AND MARKING IN OUR
RECEIVING DEPARTMENT; GOOD
CHANCE ADVANCEMENT. APPLY
SUPERINTENDENT.
BARNETT BROS.
COLUMBUS AYE. &. 74TH ST.
GIRLS In subscription d?priment of large
publishing house, experience unneces?
sary; advancement assured to bright and
willing ?iris: hours, 9-5, noon Saturday,
all legal holidays observed. See Miss Col
lln*-. Collier'? Weekly, 4:6 Wftit .13th at.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
GIRLS
AND
WOMEN
Work consists of s<-lerting
und wrapping ?orders received
by mail. Not factory work.
Applicants 16 to 40 years or
??o considered.
NO EXPERIENCE
NECESSARY
as wo will train you to
become
ORDER PICKERS
PACKERS
STOCK KEEPERS
Pay $12.00 per wf>e',; to
start, also positions for expe
lienced workers in above
lines.
A BONUS OK 10 PER CENT
IS PAYABLE ON CHRISTMAS
OR AT ONCE
The Charles William Stores
25 WASHINGTON STREET.
BROOKLYN. N Y
GIRLS?WOMEN.
PART OR FULL TIME
EMPLOYMENT.
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR
THOSE WHO HAVE WORK TO
no AT HOME;
HOIRS CAN HE ARRANGED TO
SUIT WORKERS.
WE HAVE MOST DESIRABLE POSI?
TIONS COR THOSE WHO CAN
WORK ONLY PART OK DAY AS
WELL AS FOR IT LI. TIME WORK
ERS; AGREEABLE WORK; HIGH
EST WAGE IN EVERY DEPART?
MENT: IDEAL WORKING CONDI?
TIONS; GOOD PAY WHILE LEARN?
ING: RAPID INCREASE WITH EX?
PERIENCE
SUNSHINE BAKERY,
LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT CO..
LONG ISLAND CITY.
Take Queer.sboro tube at Grand ?.'entrai I
for llth st.. or 2d ave. extension of ele?
vated across Queensboro Bridge, transfer
from any Brooklyn trolley to Crosstown
line over Vernon a\e. bridge
GIRLS
IS ' m "3 of age o: ovei to ac:
as junior clerks with n large
electrical concern Pleasant as
sociatlons ant surroundings, a
splendid opportunity for amb.
tious girls v.iio hope to mal;? a
pince for themselves In the busi?
ness world. Apply for personal
inter?. '.e\v
Western Electric Co., Inc.,
57 BRTHUXE ST..
Near West St., 6 blocks South of 14th St.
__
GIRLS
TO PACK CANDY
AND CONSERVES.
LIGHT, PLEASANT WORK;
?deal and congenial surroundings,
$11 START.
E. C. RICH. 34 2 WEST 14TH.
NEAR 9TH AVE.
GIRLS, neat appearance, over 16. to work
In music roll factory; good paj, bonus.
free life Insurance, free medical attendance;
bring employment certificate Republic
Plujer Roll Corp., 649 West 51st St.
GIRLS ! GIRLS !
FOR OFFICE WORK: BEGINNER?
?.'ail Monday.
W. T. FARLEY,
65 FIFTH AVE.
GIRL to make herself generally useful ; ex?
perience unnecessary; good chance ad?
vancement. Leo M. Cooper Co., 44 W. 28th.
GIRL?Bright, for clerical and office work.
Barrett Adding Machine Co., 3?i5 Broad?
way, room 1201.
GIRLS to cover boxes, in glue and paste, j
steady work; also learners. Wolfsheim i
& Sachs. 10 <:;old st.
GIRLS for light packins; good hours, ?14. j
Klozesavers, 253 Church Sit.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
who desire positions leading
to supervisory work and of
Ferine advancement to $1.60"
a year. apply to Western
Union, Room 1702. 24 'Wall?
street (near Canal and Broad?
way), New York.
HOME ASSISTANT, comp?tent woman.
?15 a week; 44 hour;?; holidays free; no i
meals furnished; references required. G. !
H. White, 610 Lexington ave., Monday and
Tuesday from 2 to 5.
HOUSEWORKER? While woman; ablo to
do plain cooking; no laundry or upstairs
work; small family living in Westohester ;
County. "1 miles from city. 3 minutes from ,
local station; high wages. 'Phono Han?
over 8163 for interview, references.
LABELLERS
Experienced on
Perfumery ;
GOOD WAGES: BEST REFERENCES, i
APPLY 9 A. II.
KLOTZ, 90 5th Ave.
LADT TO HANDLE FIRST CLASS
?hares !n ft growing concern. Good propos!.
tien to right party. Commission and ?alanr.
Writ? P. O. Box 44, Times Square Station.
New York Cltx.
NURSE for child 1 years; must be compe?
tent; at Neponslt, Long Island, for two
weeks ; winter in Brooklyn ; wages J60. Call
Hammells 2184.
NURSERY MAID, white, work under ex?
perienced nurse; children; references;
wages $40. Mrs. F. R. Brown. Cedarhurst,
L. I. Telephone Far Rockaway 1033.
OFFICE ASSISTANT
WE REQUIRE THOROUGHLY EXPE- '
RIENCED BOOKKEEEPER.S, TYPISTS i
AND AUDITORS FOR OUR GENERAL I
OFFICES; PERMANENT POSITIONS.
GOOD SALARY, CONGENIAL SUR- ;
ROUNDINGS. APPLY SUPT.
BARNETT BROS.
COLUMBUS AVE. & 74TH ST.
SALESWOMEN to demonstrate and sell a I
nationally advertised product used In j
better class homes direct to eonsurnors;
no samples to carry; outside solicitation.
Apply for Interview Mr. Marston. Ohio
Electric Co., 145 West 45th st.
STENOGRAPHERS?Wo have several
openings In our advertising department
for ?tenographers w?th experience who are
looking for a good opportunity; $7'0-$22
start, hours 9-5, noon Saturday Collier's,
Weekly, 416 West 10th st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
SALESWOMEN
GIMBEL BROTHERS
33RD ST. & B Way
require the serves ?f
experienced saleswomen for
BOOKS GLOVES
HOSIERY LACES
VEILINGS RIBBONS
JEWELRY MILLINERY
CRETONNES FRINGES
ART EMBROIDERY
LEATHER GOODS
WASH GOODS
an! many other departments.
ALSO
SALESWOMEN TO WnpK i
2 or : iJayf ? - -,...,. i
.
ALSO
i
SALESWWOMEN To work.
fr?.:.-i ii to o each day
Excellent opportunities for
experienced and Inexperienced women.
Apply Employment Office, 5th floor
SALESWOMEN
STORE HOURS 9 T<
VACANCIES
FOR EXPERIENCED WOMEN
IN DEPARTMENTS THAT Pit
HIGH COMMISSIONS STEADY
EMPLOYMENT; GOOD WORK.
ING CONDIT1? iNS.
INEXPERIENCED
WOMEN WILL BE OFFERED
AN OPPORTUNITY WITH r.r^.r)
PAY AND ADVANCEMENT
HEARN,
14th St., Near 5th Ave.
EMPLOYMENT DEPT 4 H FLOOR
SALESWOMEN
Good steady positions with
salary, commission and
bonus, for women's and
misses' suits and dresse?,
women's coats and skirts.
children's wear, muslin
wear, hosiery and jewelry.
Apply Superintendent,
Rothenberg & Co.,
34-42 West 14th St.
SALESWOMEN. 100
VICTROLA AND MUSIC
GIMBEL BROTHERS
O0RD ST. & BROADWAY
v. ?s;. to c--:i*ag<- "?""* high gradi
- oung ??-..-. a to v ork en a:
outside p-oposition Exceller
opportunity. Salary and i :
mi?sion.
Applj Mr. W. E. Wilson,
Fifth floor.
SHOE SALESWOMEN
Abraham & Straus. Fulton
Street, Brooklyn, require severa!
thoroughly experienced sales?
women for their Women's Shoe
Department. Only those who
have served in houses of the first
order will be considered. Appli?
cations can be made at the Em?
ployment Office, Subway Floor,
Central Building, or by mail.
STENOGRAPHERS
r machiner; coi r*'1 in Brool
n Christian Apply by lett?
at ins ->,('?.? ry a:-.<! i fei en? ??
J. W. THOMAS,
P O R'>\ 0?"' BROOKLYN
STENOGRAPHER
wanted by a publishing house, local'*
downtown, convenient I ? all Brooklpji
Jersey. City an.I local transit fae.ilitie? '?
M. Lupton, publish , 50 Lafayette ?-t
New York,
STENOGRAPHERS
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS AG*
20-28 YEARS: STATE AGE KXFrK.;
ENCB AND SALARY BXPE? rBD. B'JA?
NO. B 6.
Stenographers and Typists
EXPERTS WANTED: BEST SALARI?
PAID IN ACCORDANCE WITH TKA/M-*:*
AND EXPERIENCE GOOD* HOURS AM?
ATTRACTIVE OFFICE. 600 LEXI?GWH
AVENUE, N V
TYPISTS
Girl? who ar?- interested m
?Turing positions as tJT'"'*
?ith a fu?! growing orgarfi
?-ation. Pay to .?tart bas-'*
on ability, and "-apabl?* t>'
?i:nn-TS will i)?" given oppor?
tunity to finality.
? i : at once.
The Charles William Stores,
00 Washington Street.
Brooklyn New York.
TYPIST
experienced: perman?nt position: pi
surroundings; Underwood ma? nine.
Harriet Hubbard Ayer,
30.1 East 34th St. '
-><
WANTED for Washington. D. C,. ??*?.
bl- woman as housekeeper wM'?,^
vanta ?r. kept, mu?* assis?. '*,1,V,?? rooi-?t
and sew well. Apply ladles' wa tin? ? %
Biltmore Hotel, Monday, 11 to L ???
('. l'omeroy.
WOMEN' without e-tperleno?
-#ho vM-ii to learn a b'Jilne?*
?h:,h offer? permanent em
ployment and a good <?l?r>
Applv Western I'nion. I??"1,'
J'iO" 0' Walker .Street '."*?
Canal and i'roadwav). *<?w
Y?>.-k.
| WAITRESS-PARLORMAID, f ?jtt?. *?*V
lonccd: referencia: wanes 145 ; dM-b|
It. Brown, ?o.dariiurat, L. L ^**v
' Far Rockaw.iy 10??.

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