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Earning Assets of
Reserve Bank Show
$26,700,000 Gain
$7,300,000 Added to Note
Circulation in Weekly Ke
port of Federal Board;
0.-H Surplus Increases
Jro-n Vie T-r.c.~.?s H >'...>>-t.,,\ n Bureau
WASHINGTON, Aug, 14. ? Aggre?
gats increases i ? 26.7 millions in
ajarn??) a further addition
of 2".S mi Hi ? ..i 1 . ' ral Roser? e
.? ? ? n er.- ,i ,. i ated in tha
Peder? ' ? - i ? Board's ?? . ;
?tat ' at o? vbusi
l h reserves
?? ?? ' vrhil ne1
A' it 6 millions,
arfth a < sequent slij h doi ine o?
tb- '?? "- ; '>"'? ?'?'?'?? ral . from 4 ; tc
{S.9 peT ? " .
??' - ? ! ?' ire ! by govern
rann', war . b gs ions incrsai b? bj
.' ? hand
by 2 ' ?' ? ' Tail? holding-! >f
?'?? ' ? - '? . .. t de
: ' -in inc.ro; se
? ? certificates
*o han ? -.? -,??? ? ...
during h? ?? - millions e
" ? "... st< n ind
-
?nk o! 2.1
: n ?? Tini .
? - '? ' ".-.''. tn
,. - ??.,-. ??
or 49 9 per
- ? ? rty bonds;
?.;..? '-. .?
?
pei r ? resist ,.. i, :.s
?jrai id 2?.S per ? en? i I
? ? ' - ? ? mil
b? f< re,
?Boston,
? ? ..- I Reserve
'.i '. ' 1 ? l ... O? Di," j r
r s : - ban! .- ' in
m?! Middle \ -*. o' pitrcd
\ ?? . ? ? -' week
lings of B
and a San
I 17.5 millions
cf -?'?* ? . fi -, t! e
. corr.
'?'.".. ' - r? port? d at
eek.
-. . a reduc
e m ira ie s'
led by 17.8
? ? r . .?.:-.'?.. .
for? . " ' "?:<" ; ; - ? non?
ti -
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? ' ated as a di
. '
g ? ; ? As a
. - deposits
eek
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Ph:lat!e:j
foi L h c
I . ?. In addi
t. ? " -? ??' ' ??? f 2.1
: ? ? Reserve ...
ci i
by 3.? mil?
lions. ' cash re jerves sh v.
The un s. ally
?' - .. in :
I banks is due
capital an :
:. ? ? f existing: me
? ? ft Vork, Richmon i :; .
' Guatemala Is IS o w R ?ad y
To Welcome Immigrants
la needs, on ths c-p hand,
? on the othei
-? ? 1 her s? is and daug h
;? ' in the United States.
se mean ? i . a ??.:
; he j rity and dignity its
natc .. , ve it a ri
t
\[ Jose
I ? ;r of the re ???'??: 'r -
? ? . . ? ??
i ? ? ? ? rincipally re
? ? ? into
?" ?? tel ne, the tele
rher modern iniprjvr
a it
- ;:. New Orleans
to stud; and icial condi
'. ? : I his oldest
ulTport ';. ?. ry A lademy
---. ?ming and
I ?uat mala very
? that :? ail
i la is free and
. nd 'i Pri ? n1
nationa a ? a m
d by the United
!
try nei if n ."? capital to
i. It need? a
: ri/us immigrai
i c ? . It needs the as
st ? . ' ? United N;.aies in dis
- i and deve opii .
I ? send their
?, in the Unit? States.
I streng!
? - ! the two count rie a I
try to the height cf its
potential it; :
. .. \-,-,
trail ed ?urop? si officers, but a am
.' ' ion that American officers |
? . tter.
''Guati nala, recovered from the mis
nil* of Cabrera, and with condition?*
?horou?hly stabilised, h?a beat?in the
K-voifi tnto h ploughshar? and is turn?
ing her hopes to the construcci?n of
i linea, that sha may realizo on
her piiwers of production."
Qensra] Barrios originally expected
! ipend only a few days in New Or?
leans. Hut he v?.-\3 so delighted that
he -.ocided to put In mo-st of his t.tr.e
here,
"01 course," he said, 'I will have to
go to New York, but I s?mil stay there
only a few da-s and get buck here as
l soon as possiblo. There is a strong
? -.?? of sympathy between N?w Or
. .eans ?r.d Guatemala. The natural
business outlet for my country is- New
| Orleans."-?New Orleans Item.
Arniy's Division
Of Construction
To Be Disbanded
j Plana for its Merger With
Quartermaster General's
Department Are in Hands
of Chief of That Bureau
The construct! ?r division of the War
Department one of the ameri?oncy cre?
ations of the war, is ?bout to pasa out
of existence as a separata institution.
Pi "? for it? merger with the quarter
! ister ??en -al's department, from
which it - .- made it the beginning
.'.' ? .' war, ar?! now in the hands of th#
? ?? - general.
' - >, i lustered out
"'-< service, wil1 ?- :-:i- their identity
'???i? -'?' nne is forgotten.
rh..-;i victorioua buttle? in Prance will
?>e their mon i . 1 he co ist ructi -n
dlvisioi ?? - '?'? -? Depai.;i ilso
-.?.ill be remembered, and it-- memorials
fire built in concrete steel, stone and
- - "? Th -re is no better record of
America's fighting machine
that of the : ?nsti uci ion division,
.. --'? ? had been a construc?
tion bureau in the quartermaster gen
epartmec.t. But when ?he United
' ' ? entei : the war in 1917 the
m ' il fore? . - ' .und entirely inade
: . meet the heavy tasks which
wen :?? nme with the raii r. drill ng
"- ? ? ;' rm-: of a large arm::.
A ??? forn iti. n under Brita
? dier General I. W. Litt? 11. the con?
st! :" division set about building
'?. few months two can
:? - ? ;en for the National
An and sixteen for the Natioi al
I. each with a capacity of 40,000
""en an< 10, ?? animals ["he expa
! is enormous :a>k
' n ' niisl ;? I ?s a well kn ?wn
y. S in? their ? ectio - '.
s :' - ? :? some have been sohl
sor.*.- ?ave '? ? rased, while the army
?" ? ? ???:'' t - National An j c tn
-?--.?-- uturt use, i robably in
cticn ??. - the new army
Six of il largest terminals snd
?? ' . uses iu the United States were
? ruct s : division. The
in Brooklyn, known as the
.- ? armj uj - ly base, is the
? si vidual warehouse in the
Others, still in use, sfnnd at
B n, Philadelphia, Norfolk, Charlos
?oii. \'<??? Orb ns and Newark. The
latter, known as the Newark port ter
:-. ' 1, was built in t:;c quickest time
under the most adverse conditions
'? ;or : r? - any similar piece of co-n
?'? " " i the country.
In r.c tion to th ? warehouses and
lis, .-- er - : storehouses fer the
army, ir, varying sizes, have been built
. nearly every city of the United
States. In. all, S00 acres of storage
facilities were constructed, anu, to il?
lustrate the si3" of the work, if all the
storage houses were in one bu'lding-,
oie block square, the building would
i more than a mile high.
One thousand m les of railway -vas
?ilt in the United ir'tate? aiorr, a-j
? the construct!:-. di :. ;- n
of the American Expeditionary Force
?a branch of the one I ?re ia not
taken into eonsidoi tion. ">V .-.icr supp y
. . 00,000 soldiers, civilians s-:J la
lorers at rho camps was iaid nnd suc
cessfully open ted. It is interesting
t th rec? rds of the suri
general's '??f:-.:? show that not a single
man became ill .r? m the effects of bad
water distributed by these army sys?
tems.
During the war I 4 ?C officers in the
United States ?up--r--:: .'. the work of
the c? '?-?ruction divi ion, and e mployed
under them wem 140.000 laborers and
thousands of soldiers and civilian em
. ses.
W'rer the expeditionary forces began
to hind in Franc.' and construction
? ork became n? :essary abn ad, officers
anc? men who had d? much work here
under Gen? ral I it1 i r ???<?"?' over,
Their leaving cut ..- h? e forces "to
tl -.- bt?ne" and n br n ; ?? v job of re
ruitins the division :'?' rength and
- ?- ? ns ' ew men was put in the hands
.-? i:,. ,di, r G sners ". R C. Marshal]
?-. He remaii id at th - I ad of '
d vision during the r.< iri ?;? r of tin
war. and will hand over wuat is left of
unit when the m? rger with the
... .,,.. gem rai's Dopi -'mont is
.. -. ? '? ashington Evening Star.
Excitement Restores Speech
Dumb for three years a? the result
, ? being shell-shocked in the war,
Trooper"w. Hart suddenly recovered
his speech at Niagara-on-the-Laks,
Ontario, in the excitement of a bowling
game.
Federal Reserve Banks
WASHINGTON, A..fr. 14.?The condition of the twelve Federal Res rve
banks at the close of business August 13 was as follows:
RE80 URGES
\ugust 18 Aucrust 6.
Gold coin a"d certiorates. $179,630,000 $1S5,165,000
ettlement fund (P. R. Board). 389,927,000 381,259,000
C I with foreign agencies. 111,531,000 111,531,000
Total gold held hy bauks . 5681,088,000 $677,955,000
Gold m ? F leral Reserve agents. 1,16-1,562,000 1,150,343,000
Goli rede-mption fund. 131,708,000 152,307,000
Total gold reserves. $1,977,358,000 $1,980,605,000
Legal tender notes, silver, etc. 155,527,000 l?l.UU'.OOO
Toi 1 reserves. $2,132,885,000 $2,131,744,000
Billa discounted: Secured fc t U. S. war obli?
gations . .". 1,296.981 000 1 28:.,398,000
All othet . 1,292.023,000 1,264,435,000
Billa boi ght Ln open market. 320,618,000 339,390,000
Total bills on band... $2,909.624,000 $2,889.223,000 j
.:-.e.t bends. 26,810,000 26,810.000 ;
"ed Mate., Victory .lutes. 6d9,0?M 60,000
' - certificates of indebtedness. 277.836,000 271,490,000
earning assets. $3,214,339.000 $3,187,592,000
?1SHS. 1 ?,',''-1.000 14,444,000
; items and other dtducr.on-? from
w c ...r>vs;"<. ?98,155,000 733.083,000
Five per rent reu .nption iund against Fed
ej ; i rve Bank notes.. 11,947,000 12,644,000
Ali othe:.cos.,. ... >9,0 ) 3,331,000
Total i ?? .-ces. $6,175,789,000 $0,053,-143,000 |
LUd'.LiriES
'"s'jiUl rraid in.,. $96 551.000 $96.8
Surplus . 164,745,000 164,745,000]
! Gover.rc.t dcDo.iita. :3,000 20,253.000
Due to member bank??Res. aceonnt.. l.f I " ?00 1,816,798,0
Deferred availability item?...'.. ?? ?. ? 549,778,000
?thet cep., i....-;ud;ng for. gov. credits. 45,0i3 44,821,000
Total gross i -pejits . $2.490,8 $2,431.650,000 \
| Fed. Re. notes in actual circulation. 3,16 181 000 3,141,861,000 ;
j Federal Reserve Bank notes is circulation,
ret liability . 196,912,000 194,8 1,000
All other liabili ;. 57,795,000 55,012,000
Total liabilities. $6,175,789,000 $8,083,443,000
Ratio or ? I eserves to net deposit nil Federal R ?serve note liabili?
ties combine ( > ? cent, against 44 per cent the week before.
Ratio of j ' Berves to federal Reserve notes in actual circulati i
af'"' sei 85 per cent asratnst net deposit liabilities, 48.8 per cent,
agair.st 48.9 fer cent the we. k before.
Help Wanted .-. Business Opportunities _ ^"SjT m
Situation? Wanted ?g Bu.inea? Cards ?3J W Sl?l?
Advertisements m E?S m S?'?S*
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS
LOST Dmbrcll?; gentleman's odd sUvnr
handle; initials A. .T. M. ? left In tele?
phone booth, lio son Terminal, Auguat r-?
Und? : pleaae communtcato with A. J.
Moran, 100 Hudson St. Telephone
Franklin 2441.
LOST?Bin wallet, containing ?um of I
money and automobil! i glstratlon card :
for Packard rar No. 1S0241; also driver's !
license In,name ol A. P. Parker. Reward.
No questions asked A, 1'. Parker, ill
! Broadway; ';.-.-,, i 5 ' 10
! LOST?Brlndle Boston bul'.; brown, w-hito
breast, white strip ? between eyoa; Au*.
! IP. Il p. m., midway Ocean Parkway,
. lili 1. J *??''?>. -11 K S8th St._Plata :?-.^7,
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
East Side
1STTT ST.. 212 B.- Elegant Ur?.' room.
suitable 2; - sceflpiii I ica Ion and r.einh
bqrhood; subway-eicvatcd; very clean; $16.
B5TH ST., 118 EAS1 -Splendid accommoda?
tions? . Lu ..-? an ? ?mall rooms.
\\c::( Side
LARGE, comfortable room ?mi bath, facing
Mount v.-i? park West Side: all Im?
provements : finely furnished; ?10 weekly.
| PiVne Harlem 8940. HILSTON. 18 West
)th st.
RIVERSIDE RIVE IT -Large, delight?
ful room overlooking Hudson: l.euutl
:'a: ?? t. led; modern conveniences; ele
vator a?iart moni . a? o small room. Reevos.
W&ST END AVE., 265.?-Attractlvsty fur
nlshecl larg private room and bath;
alRu n numbe; of finely furnished ?mail
rooms wlttotil both.
rOTJl, 318 (VEST.?Communicating room?
'i,-.- with; other ?..ij;,- rooms; $3 up;
-? :,!.- .-i \v.- It Columbus 251,
?1ST i Broadway).?One, two lar:rr, sunny
pr?valo bath; couple, gentlemen;
. .-. , :-. type private American fam ly;
noala if desired; references required.
Columbus R1P4.
?1ST, 37 WEST.?Cool, attractive room.--, pri?
vai,- bi hs, electricity; cleanliness; sum?
mer rates
D3D, <" WEST?Furnished room for gen
lama..!; .-.il c rnveniences. l'ti-mo River- i
1 - ?.' l ?'-.
102D. 235 WEST.?Suite, parlor, hf-droom, I
hath; telephone; elevator; gentlemen; ref- I
erences, Alien. !
?01 '?! ST., "i1! West,?One or two exocp- i
nal l?hed '.nrge rooms, over,
looking Hudson; ?strut II private family; !
gent l< : . -n, . cadet ij 410T..
ITH . T . SOI WEST.?One or two excep
lly furnished large rooms overlooking
small private family; gentlemen i
.' cad my i '.
Domestic
ST MARKS \VE? 91 Large ha-I room;
:;? exposui . ..' conveniences; board
? ?. nal Mahoi
THREE I. :.;?- ( ?nnecting rooms and kit
. furn hi ? ; .,? '.-;.-.... fled . e led vie
Slits parquet ; centrally located; line
?? nidi ntlal a- i : ion. Bedfo.d 5312
Long Island
ELBERTSON ST., 126 ?Large, p] -a^.a:.::
m, Elmhurul N>' V ' . minutes from !
?'? ' ?'? >' it i or 25 nutes by ! ub vay. I
UNFURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
BOARDERS WANTED
BOARD WANTED
V ? : LAD'S 1 - ? pi rma nent 1 i me
with mil li red couple o? lady II. init
an there I ar? no other room
r boarders; three m ils .i -ia> neces
- i ? . . lo : ; :. : i , 11G t h ; svlll ; a .
.... L., 9:!8, Till -i!- ?
;--?-,,-;- ?
(OUNTRY BOARD
Staten Island
OCEAN VILLA FARM, Anchar, S. I. M
. '? ? . . from ?'. rm in p?a?or, ;
t? - - Ing, tennl . xci lient mea is : targe ?
?vit! running water; rooms en suite;
wer bay. 50 minutes
'-'? all '. pkinsvllle 229 T. J. G.
PATTERSON.
West End, N. J.
INFANTS up to ne year. Mother's rare.
file rates ."-. 11 ? -.-. -ince R. R.
fare Apply "NURSE," Hotel Henry. West
_._ __^___
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Domestic Help
; COOK?Competent white cook to go to
White Plains; small family. Call Mon?
day. 151 Fifth av., corner 21st st. Barbe.
Phone 631? Oramercj
'-. RKER Wanti ! f . three
!u ? || trail ' g' neral houm-w-orker ;
no lur.di ?alar: $70; references required.
t; - ... Sunday, .'. i I 1, 33 W. 12th st.
\r;:S!.:\ GOVERNESS CHILD AGE 2:
GREAT NECK; ONE SPEAKING
FRENCH PREFERRED, HOTEL AL?
L?? N'QUIN, ? WEST 41TH, MONDAY,
11 1. MKS". r.\ i; kl:1.
Ml? .ellaneon8
Advertising Solicitors
Young la, lies I b ilicit Help Wanted adver
tlsing for popular foreign language news?
papers; former experience desirable; ex?
cellent opportunity lo make money. Apply
026, 63 Park How, World Building.
BOOKKEEPER, knowledge of stenogra?
phy; state age, experience, salary ex?
il Christian. L 940, Tribune.
CASHIERS.?Apply 101 Fifth ave., 11th
tloor; steady employment.
CLERKS AND TYPISTS WANTED
METR POLITAN LITE INSURANCE CO.
Girls over IT years of age.
H lurs 1' to 1:30 o'clock.
Advancement within one to three months.
: un he n? s-.-r-.r,! free.
Expert? nee unnecessary.
Apply li pel ?on 1" tween 3 and 4:30 o'clock.
R .-?-. 5033, Metropolitan B,.ig;.
1 Madison ?oi.--at ?3d st., N. Y. City.
i LEKK. capable, and pcllcy writer (typist),
v ith aut imobii Insun ce experience. Ad?
dress ?? ndwrltlng "Personal," New
York Lndei writer's Ag ncy, 100 William a:.,
stating ref rences and salary expected
CLERK In statistical -: irtment ; high
school graduate; n-.< experience n ces
. -: Call 12th floor, 136 Wil '-^-.
CLERICAL ASSISTANT, beginner posi?
tively must be qui r. at Apures; high
... hool i.. ???- ?-? l ? '- ? t-nenl ?l 7 a week
to ?to '. Ad In s? or i all tlu- t pjohn Cora
pany West Broadway and Spnan at.. N.
Y. City.
JIRL T? ' ? : ' work '.:: offic? able to
operat? typewriter; 8 lary to start fis
a week. Apply Sviiro Mfjr Co., 63 E. 131at st.
!,V. ORMATION CLERK in buyers office, $18.
Call Montgomery Ward a; Co., 3?3D Sixth
' ave . 7tn floor, cor. lSih ?t.
OFFICE GIRL
good at flgurea: good chance for advtnrt
ment. E. Do Grandmont, ?0 W. 37th ?t.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Ml -rcUnneous
GIRLS
DO YOU WANT
Good Pay
Short Hours
Attractive Work
Rest Room Comforts
Congenial Associates
A Permanent Position
Pleasant Surroundings
Long Distance Telephone
Operating
will give you these ad?
vantages and others which
make your working hours
as pleasant and profitable
as possible.
American Telephone &
Telegraph Company,
2 East 23th St.
(COR. 6TH AVK. & 28TH ST.)
OH
Alain Floor,
24 Walker Street
(TWO STREETS BELOW CANAL.)
GIRLS
We have positions open
in several departments.
They are permanent. The
work is interesting. No
experience is required.
SI5 a week to start.
Industrious girls can soon
reach earnings of $85.00
to $100.00 a month.
Apply at
1153 BROADWAY. MANHATTAN,
? RNER 27TH 3T.
370 E. 150TH ST., BRONX.
S! WILLOl OHBV ST.,
BROOKLYN.
195 BROADV AY, MANHATTAN,
CORNER DEY ST.
1336 BROADWAY, BROOKLYN.
Or telephone
MADISON SQUARE
12000
NEW YORK TELE?
PHONE COMPANY
SALESLADIES.?Candy and fancy depart?
ments; steady. Apply 161 Fifth ave., 11th
floor.
SALESLADIES wanted for pastry counter,
JIT per week, with in..als. 213 6th Ave.
SHOE SALESLADY?Experienced: steady
position; ?alary and rommiijekm. Tho
Rosenbach Co., 11 W. 34th si.
STENOGRAPHER
with at least 2 years" experience in office
of manufacturer known internationally.
Prefer young ? ornan with mercantile ex?
perience; detail in letter experience, salary
and references. O, ).'. , 313, Suite 405,
110 West 3 4th st.
STENOGRAPHER and dictaphone opera?
tor, Underwood typewriter; Christian
woman for permanent position in whole?
sale paper he.use; write for appointment.
Btatlng salary and experience. E. N., Box
Mi Tribune.
STENOGRAPHER - TYPEWRITER?Corn?
il':.'., call or address, giving experi?
ence, salary Sugar Publishing Company,
Edison i lulldlng, Elm and Duane at?.
SI EN 3GRAPHER - Expert? m :? girl
wanted; permanent position at good
salary. Apply Mr. McDcrmott, Goodrich
Rubber Co., 1730 Broadway.
STENOGRAPHER, young girl, knowledge
of bookkeeping; general office assistant;
.salary $18. A. P. Beckmann & Co. Inc.,
?100 Greenwich i-'t.
STENOGRAPHER. ? Capable , experienced
plrl who can type speedily and accurately.
Sperber, Frank & Engel. 27 West 33d st.
STENOGRAPHER?In insurance brokerage
office; state experience, education, etc.;
salary $22-5-4. L, Box 593, Tribune.
STENOi ?RAPH ER.Experienced ; permanent
position for rlg.it party. Aluminum Co. of
America. 14u Nassau at.
STENOGRAPHER in real estate office, with
some experience preferred. Call Shaw ?
Co., 1 West 12ith st.
STENOGRAPHER, typist, young lady.
Call Samuel J. Aronsohn, 17 Madison Ave.
STENOGRAPHER??20; apply In person.
Room 1701, 00 Broad at.
WOMEN
21-35 YEARS OF AGE
FOR
NIGHT WORK
AS
TELEPHONE
OPERATORS
HOURS
9:30 P. M. to 7:00 A. M.
Opportunities to earn
$90.00 to $100.00 a month
in six months.
SIS.00 a week in two
weeks when assigned to
night hours.
$15.00 a week during in?
struction in the day time.
Rapid advancement.
Higher salaries for more
responsible positions.
If interested call at
1158 Broadway,
New York City
(Cor. 27th St.,)'
or telephone
Madison Square I2OOO
NEW YORK
TELEPHONE
COMPANY
_J[ELP_WA2VTED FEMALE
Miscellaneous
YOUNQ LADIES
Advertising Solicitors
, T,?""*., '?",lr? to solicit Help Wanted
aasertislng for popular foreign language
newspapers; those with furm-r experience
oosirabio; excellent opportunity to msin
u?n'.TrJ>Vt,l,!y Rooen ?26. " Park Row.
VNorld Building.
y?^U} WOMEN wanted; clerical work!
iM^rr " ,b,or'k,<'",P'.nK division and one In
?IL... dlv,8l'1>! ?f prominent insurance com?
pany; must b? accurate, neat and palns
takiug and wilte good hand; in reply
riafo age. ?duration, budines? exp?rience
an . any other qualifications. L., B'.x ?.I7.
liibune.
Ir.ntritciion
STENOGR PHBR8-SECRETARTAL Bchool?
ror ? years practically all New York's 200
????u' minute secretaries, lew, court re?
porters, ea ping ovei $50 weekly, received
i.u*k training; new I'itmanlc lightning
! ' ????- invented by Frank Lusk give every
si ?nographtsi now 300 words minute; faster
than old fashion, ?o-called champions; be?
ginners course; speeding; day, evening; cor
r bponder.ee. Lusk Institute, 229 West 42d
Bt. Bryant 9138.
WANAMAKjBR BEAUTT SCHOOL.
?83 Fifth iv,. . ,.,.:,r -$? , .,
HEM? WANTED MALE
ARE Y< >U UNDERPAID
an.? really determined to make vour |n
? Come propor'l nato to your ability?
, ttcre Is the nppjrtunlty if von ran qualify;
?Are .6 to g end earning {60 per week or
less?Intellect, culture, llkeableness, BACK?
BONE, Free to travel or locate out of
town. The work, soiling to ph olnlans <n
?alary , r ?. Immission, Is heelthful, pleasani
and hlghlj Interesting. Experience un?
necessary. Christian rirm, small hut sound
and growing. Applieani n usi be ? t htstli
character who, !,:-?? thosu already with us,
will truly put their heart and soul into tho
work confident that their honest eftor',
? will Insuri f >i them all ihelr proper rights
; Pin? a definitely Increasod Income
Applj room 1610. 100 Fifth Ave., New York
AUDITOR WANTED
by Hrs-e manufacturing Industry for
in: lirtant accounting and financial
investigations.
He should have th? following nualt
flcations:
1. Colloga graduate or equivalent
ed ication i-i thei ry if accounting.
2. Ago ai>ou'. an years,
1!. A gift of analysis ???,?' vision.
4. Ability to reduce a.l salient facts
to writing in a concise :? id clear-cut
fashion.
Make application in iwn handwrll ng
?:.,;.?T complete Information, to L si,
T.-ibur.e.
t BOOKKEEPER?We require Immediately
the serviros of a competent bookkeeper
' who Is willing to locate in delightful sub
, urbs nearby New York City, apply in own
writing, stating prevtous experience, age,
religion salary, bond. ?aumrr, New
P.c.-he 11 p.
DOORKEEPER, knowledge typewriting.;
state ase, experience, salary expected;
Christian. L. ?30, Tribun-.
BOYS
For general rfp.ee work !n treasury,
shipping and other departments;
a?.- li tg 18 ; hlirh school graduates
preferred; good home training;
salary t'i'2: steady employment;
hours * to 5; Saturdays half day.
Opportunity for boys of proper
qualifications to earn promotion as
they develop.
Apply 10 to 1 .-.;.>? day
STANDARD OIL CO. (N. J.)
Room 720, IS Broadway
BOT?Downtown office of established con?
cern; good opening with bright pros?
pects for advancement: salary |50 per
month. Apply Locomotive .Superheater
Co . .... Church St.
BOY WANTED?Strong, willing, for mock
room and shipping department; steady
empl lyment; ?'i-i a week ?'all 80 Warren st.
COUPLE, experienced to do en; ire work of
7 room suburban house, near station an 1
trolley; two adult?, two children; good
wages; references required. Write Mrs. Win.
li. Vanderhoof, Hartsdale, N. V.
DRAFTSMAN, EL?CTRICA L?-Young man
attending evening engineering school,
srho has had Borne experience in stmpl9
layout work and can do neat tracing;
jrood opportunity for advancement. l^.,
ill. Tribuno.
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY
We need the services of several men of
average intelligence, appearance and adu
catlon. Th..se men will receive Cree train?
ing and when they qualify will be .. |ded
to our torce. Positions worth $75 and up.
ac irdlng to ability. Men ..ver 25 pre?
ferred. Call after 10 a. m., Room 13, 3'Jl
Fulton st , Brooklyn, N. V.
INSURANCE.?The services of an energetic
mar. who has served as an assistant sup?
erintendent in Industrial insurance; one who
can < reanime a fore., of men for a sei::!.;;
campaign. L. Pox 927, Tribun >.
LINOTYPE machinist operators wanted;
three; non-union, eight-hour day; 850
per week for No. 1 workmen; n.. labor
trouble. Apply by wire or '..-mr to Will?
iams Printing Company, 11-13-15 N. I4tb
st., Richmond, Va.
MAX?A competent married man, no chil?
dren, to care for ?arse country place;
must be experienced in management C
men and understand all stock and pv.ul
try; wife to board men. Address E. P. A..
Room 30, East 42d st.
SALESMEN
ONE OF THE
LARGEST CLOAK & SI'IT HOUSES
IS OPEN FOR
SALESMEN
FOR VARIOUS SECTIONS
OF THE COUNTRY
ONLY EXPERIENCED
AND LIVE WIRES
NEED ANSWER
DRAWING ANT COMMISSION
BOX 196. 1626 ST. JAMES BUILDING.
' SALESMEN?The American School of Cor?
respondence, after 26 years of success
' fui business by means of publicity, has
now decided to increase Ita secte by or?
ganizing 100 sales districts. We offer re
I liabie saiesuvn of proven ability a splendid
opportunity as salesmen or district siL-s
managers.' Our national publicity cam?
paigns insure a constant supply of live
i leads, if you are interested let us hear
! from you at your earliest convenience, but
? do not reply unless you are < apable of
earning a', least J3,00'> a year. Write
i E. S. Ketcham, secretary, American
of ' orresp' adence, 5s;h s;. and Drexel
av . Chicago.
SALESMEN WITH ESTABLISHED
FLOUR TRADE. CARLOAD ?:?'> LESS
I THAN CARLOAD. OiNLV THOSE WHO
FEEL CAPABLE OF EARNING 16.000 A.
YEAR OR MORB NEED APPLY. HENRY
B ?ALT.MAN & CU , INC., ?? B'A'AY.
SALESMAN?To ea.ll on business people
to solicit cigars; good proposition for a
conscientious your.*? man. Apply by letter.
J. G. Shore, 86 Warren St.
HELP WANTED MALE
SALESMEN
a. w??? .i?i Av,erftS8 '""" oan earn ?160
w, A J "A?,, r.e?'? llv? ?<"? op to ?600
U?m c. V"'' 10:30. Suite 305, !?,2
?^V'/- Suite S.. ?66 Markl?
SALESMEN
aT-dabv soPado1nnit ""r "alM or*anIzat??n.
? SALESMAN ~ Man, about twenry-flv,
not nfitvfg',?re8",Te' Pl"kn ,:ir' *""" habit?;
-? ol a raid of work ambitious to earn good
'"" ? -:.'- furnish ret - nces; Christian
commission and $30 weekly advance 'c h
m and around Nn?r York: also travel BV?i
lually , must be abl ? t , establis - Sii?
ancles; high class autr.S?y,' bu
lutomobile experience not .-, : .til essential
W rite full details, L ?0, Tribune. .
STANDARD OIL CO. (N. J.)
..Joung man. 1S-22 years -f age,
tilg 'i school education, goo ?
traintjig, knowledge o( stenogra
phy, one year of busim ss - xp ri
ence. routine work at start but
future opportunities very favor*,
able for person who cat. assuina
greater responsibilities.
Salary |22 per week
Apply Room 725, IS Broadway
___
STOCK CLERK. Christian, bright ener?
getic young mar., call ?.a person; good
opportunity. H. W. Laker Linen Co tl
Worth st.
SUCCESSPEL SALESMAN
who would like to locate In
N w York City
Is wanted tu represent a lariie
corporation !:a negotiations of a
difficult nature.
Position worth $i.0-)?> to right man.
J. II. HUNTINGTON, 106 West 10th at,
between 9::iD and 1 o'clock.
TINSMITH?Good n ?n -n hanging guttter
and 1 ?ader work; steady. T. v. Smith
GDIO 14th av., Brooklyn.
WAITERS.?-By a prominent se ?al club on
Fifth ave , {86 per month ai ; meals; na
tlves of Great Britain or Ireland preferred.
Apply at 3 Bast Blsl st (driveway), be?
tween 12 noon and ? o'clo? k.
; YOUNG MAN. college graduate, not over
-1 years, tti casualty Insurance coi
p-at:y claim department; good opportunity
f>r man v.-iio makes good. Rep y -.. : tail
aa to qualifications. L., '?;>'-. Tribune.
-' d NG MA ' 13-19, neat a? pearanc?] ?s
Junior clerk; knowledge of typewriting
necessary; goo! opportunity for advarice
j mer.t. A. B? Box 619, Tribune.
YOUNG MAN, 16-16, for general clerical
1 work to purchasing department ol arg
electric supply company; splendid -,-;?;.tu
i nity. Call 17 Park Place,
i YOUNG MAX. with stock room experience;
(rood opportunity. F. W. Woolworth, 21
I.'...--:, n Lane
Instruction
AT'TO INSTRUCTION, 116
Day, ?-venins. Cadillac, Studebaker. Mitche!
Il k M. C . 1303 Lexington ?vo. !*Sth>.
CHOOSE YOUR WORK NOW
Educational and Vocational Advisory
ti ; \ ice available without charge.
BROOKLYN CENTRAL Y. M. C. A..
6u Hanson Pia :e Brooklyn.
LEARN TO IE A CHAUFFEUR.?Pleasant
ami profitable work; day and evening
rlaases. Send for fret- booklet and visltoi -,
D?!-?. Went Sido Y. .M. C. A., 3 ' J 6 Wedt
17th 8t. /
LEARN LINOTYPE?Why not Investi?
gate : pays $2,800 y- arl; st ?20 ).
Telephone 247S Stuyvesant. Empire School,
. ; K?si : 6th st.
SHALL I STAY? SHALL ! G? '
Before mal ::??? a ? hange, find out II yo ;
are on cha i Igh? I rack. To know v, -
life work should be Is a stari In th right
lireotion. The train*-! analyst will know
fr< in ?i si udj of y ur face the vocal Ion : >r
-. ou. Th!? ? ? I; Is ' aa -i - : knu ? n scl -n
..:- ? lav a ; no ; <.-?- hob gical test : no trade
tests; ask us all aboul It; Booklet "L" on
request Merton In >tll ute, !"? . 36 Fifth ave
;i ' -?.?:?; -?; . N Y. T--I. f'i ?!??";'. IM-1_
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE
Chambermaids
CHAMFERM A in or child's r.urs--- ; young
Lrlsh girl; $60-$T5. S., Miss Hofmayera
Agency, 10 East -t.M st., 3d floor. Tele?
phone S547 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID?Middle aged; excep?
tional references. Miss FitzGerald'a
Bureau, 366 Fifth ave.
Cooks
COOK?Young Irish girt, good cook, excel?
lent references; *70_$7S. A., Miss Hof
mayer's Agency, 10 East 4",d at., 3d floor,
Te ; hone 8947 Murray Hill.
COOK, neat, thorughly experienced; ;-' ls
ant woman; excellent references J6?
Mrs. Mason's Agency, 131 W. 42d st.
Tel ?; hone Bryant 5633.
TOOK, waitress and houseworker ; Finnish
uirl. pool references. Lehtl Agency, 55
East 126th st. liarlo:;- 6315.
COOK ? Young-. k-jOiI manager, excellent
r- ferences. Mo^s FitzGurald's Bureau,
366 Fifth ave.
Day Workers
DAY WORKERS?-Laundress or cleaner
temporary waitress; good reliable
women. M.. Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10
East 43d st., 3d floor. Telephone S347 Mur
? ray Hill.
General Houseworkers, Etc.
HOT'S EWORK ER Neat, settled Fren
ai bn hi lor's, business ??> pl< ? ?- '' : red
excellent referen.dty; ???;-. Mason -
? gency, 131 W 12 \ st.
Nurses. Etc.
NURSE, Infants', English Protestant; very
r.i-at, except lona nsc ion
? -.v. most des ral -, ? -.-,;.-... h'":. Ma?
son's Ageni y, 131 W. t. : st.
x RSE - English wishes passage to K:.r
,,.-.'!. September; will o : ,-s ma: ! ir com?
panion; good traveler; highest references.
L., Box SU. Tribune.
NL'iiSE.?England's la:* royal t -. .
nurse desires baby, In own homo a:, tt
Johnson ave., Stratford, -
NURSE, very neat, refined 3 . ,
in, 1-2 walking c hi! ' :
$/.- liaiiir'i Agi -: y '. '1 W ? j | .??
WaitreSHes
WAITRESS?-Chambermaid, waitress - x
?'?ona: y n ?at, "t., lughly expet
? II l references; 1 ity only, $65. :. -
Mas as Agency, 131 West 42d.
Professional
GOVERNESS?G< rroan kindergarten; ex?
cellent references Misa FltsOeratd - Bu?
reau, 388 Fifth ave
?STENOGRAPHER, F-i*^-, v,-tr.,
work for : or publisher
? dono at own office L., Pox 935, Tribuna.
' STENOGRAPHER.?Four years' ex]
1 .-?pid an-' aro ?.'.'at'?; hard worker refer
l enees. L., Boj? SJ2. Tribune. "
! SITUATION' WANTED FEMALE
Miscellaneous
GIRL wishes position evening? to ?afc* care
of children if parents wish to go out:
12 50 (O 13 for evening. LenOX 9ZU. M
Weyl. 1J6 E. S2d st.
OIRI ??>:,,red, wvnti laundry or chamber
nald's work, city or country. Walte.
206 : .N'adl.?on a v.
K?TCHENMAT.D -- T->unp. Inexperienced
willing. .tV.sa FitiOerald'? Bureau. 2?6
Fifi h ave.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT.?All accounting problems;
; . rig, closing auditing, investigations
... ull lens; commercial >vnteir,i Installed,
revised, supervjNSd; mani?ement und puper
vlsion of entire office staff; bookkeeping fo:
firms not employing bookkeeper? H. J. Jan'
rtdi ; T?: I ?reeley 772.
ACCOUNTANT.?American. Christian, 4S.
marrli?d; experience! commercial or manu
fa turlng L. ?l"x ?29 Tribun?.
Bl CI ER?I seXul. near, young Filipino;
? : . where; J7S.
-r- ,. ;.: . ? ? . Vgoncy, 131 W. 42d st.
Telephon int 56.33
:u?-VALET; working; 38; French
, willing, ibliging; country; reier
? Ani my i to B. 45th et Telephone
', u i ? Flil 1 .7
| CHAUFFEUR mechanic, 32, married, 12
. ,?..' experience on foreign and do?
mestic cars; go anywhere. W., 14 Cathe?
dral "a- kvi ay.
CHEF ?r-st class, wishes position; refer
2470 Seventh ave. Johnson.
? ?;-. BL" ' ER-V l LET?Ver} c ?mpeteni
;?:,...,?le y uni i m; bache! rs pre erred
ti -, t ? ??"?. Masi -, r Agen
:: IV -i1:.: st.
COLPLE gal l?ner or houseman, ar"? cook
. . .... leer z ?o i e,- ???: Ki ??.-.
G., Miss Hofmaver's Agency, 10 East ?3d
?.t. :. ! floor. Telephone -947 Murray Hill.
Ci i 'I 13; chauffeur and cook; Hollanders;
desirable; S90; anywhere; excellent
references Excelsior Agency, ?20 Lexir.R
; .?i tv ? ? Plaza 3.".-,.:jf
DRIVER, with horse and rack truck, seeks
-? ad; or pan time work; r'?s.ir.ab;?.
Write Latera a, 117 Perry st., or phone 6591
','.' ,".?. ns Mi n lay
JAPANESE domestic help M* professional
workers. 106 W. 46th St. Bryant 77*7-???*.
1 HYRICIAN, ?"' year-, retired, deslr??
litlon In first aid di partment of indun
? i. . , laut. L . Box 93 I, Tribun ?.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
. pi ITCNTTj ' ; ?ffered a (Chris
Can) t year.* of age, i
chars ?? I .-' i.--' ? personality, pr?t?
erai)^ rvll soi ' busi ie?s 11 aln ig, <vlth
a liking for i -' ? -??? '? ?- and v. llllng to
[rave! pan . .' Lho ?me, to ? ?,ut ihe serv?
ie, fa first ??. iss. ?..-? . m "?Idi . we i
, i . .'? n i ? ?:?" - organization. - ? I mm< -
?. . ' ? Inn ?- it invite i, bul mus havi
in ? ? to bi ???.?'. muall an lated
,... tor. Write S. .>. A , Room -. -,
I L0 W? st 40tli st.
NEW S.u.Til WALES INFORMATION
BUREAU, Singer Building, 14:? Broad
? way. Now ?ork City, will be pleased to
send Oovernment Bulletins or answer any
es regarding opportunities for
farming, stock ra'slng, fruit growing,
.. n . r investment in New South Wales,
I A us; i a, ?a.
BOSTON :. ' v. lde ctcqua nt anee d ??? !
? as reprea ?ntatlv ?? r op n hea
qua rters for pound ??: ; ???; i is? In B -' ? n
N "a- England; best references. R.
d, 10'i : Building, Boston.
? ?' L-L? . ?, pj I mach ne shop, vi h pa! -
ent of a g . , . ig household ?. ;. le.
H E ?;.. .'. .! : : Ibui .
WILL finance a legitimate, profitable prr.p
? '?? ? - ?.-..? ... -. Particulars
? ... ,! - Ti . .
ijBNERAL . ?? :?! antry location; good
o? Port uni y: investigate. L ?94, Tribune.
BUSLNESS CAROS
Carpets and Brig?
C iNT?Xl SD SALS OP
REALLY BEAUTIFUL CARPETS, RUOS.
R ij ? '. Frencli Will ns, i-xminsters, from
MANHAT1 ?OTEL bo Jghl a; saci II ??
prices, in taupes, bla ; md white, woody
ors grc. ... .. raj bri * i . plain, mi nod
?rien ?' pan rns lusted and washed like
new : 3,000 u da other car j ts, $], i2, $3
yard up : :?'.;;> all prii ill sizes ? : ? to
'?- '? up making ?ver, cleaning, laying, re?
tig dyeing : ? asoria ?i ST1LLIN ..<
INC., 624 Madison Ave. (59th>. Plaza 8835.
Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc.
BORG BUYS~^mondf' ,0,d ^1J'
i ???? pla: ' mm, an
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY BOUOH?
POP. CASH, estates appraised, purchased.
BENNETT. 176 Broadway, upstairs.
Dogs, Birds, Poultry, etc.
BABY CHICKS
PRO; I ERS 10 CENTS EACH.
S, C W LEGHOKNS, 12 CE? t'S EACH.
BARRED POCKS, 11 CENTS EACH.
H I. REDS, 14 CENTS BACH
repaid safe d liv. ? y guaranteed.
W. A. LAUVER
K.ELLERVILLE 1! \ rCHERY
McAI: it. rville, Pa.
Ei press and Trucking
B'klvn & New Y?rk Deliveries
long distance hJ'J.irj;?Contract work
H*:.y Long Island tr.ps as far as Treeport.
Hodack Express & Trucking Co
Telephone Decatur 15^5
Furniture
WE PAY hiebest prices for furnltur*.
pianos, antiques, brl.-a-brac, books, ?rt.
etc. OABAY. as University PI. Stay
vesant 2377.
Mcn'ii Clothing
A WHOLESALER SACBIFICINQ at retail
3 500 high r. ? de hand tailored all woo!
Men's Suit?, latest styles, at i-3 ?0 arid
$32.50 (former wholesale price ?4S 50;. F?sw
hundred .'??. :-:c.':H:.r ?uits at 5:575 Show
room. A A ?' Clothes Ship, C2 We?t 33d
st , opi <?? - Hotel M Ai.:.
Pianos and Musical Instrument*
MASON HAMLIN, Steinway Bal y. Parlor
Grands Cp" "" ? ? lellent condition. Erck
k IClmberlln U7 East ii?ili st . ?'-i Co.urn
bus ave 178th ).
i
Trunks
BARGAINS?-New and shop-soiled trunk?.
bags, suitcases, steamer lutflts. Thomas
O, Hunt, 830 6th av. (47th st.i.
BIO BARGAIN?New and used wardrobe
trunks* 50" Sixth ave , bet. 30th-31at st?.
IWXHATT.tJS REAL ESTATE
51ST., : ? EAST.?-Astonishing bargain,
. : isement brownstone, .; ..
! i - ? ?
?VESTCIIESTER COUNT? REAL ESTATE
SCARSDALE House, convenient !.. station
ars ; bath, open plumb
hea electric light ; garag i
; large | ict s garden; J12 000 L,c.x
81 i P. O . Scan iale, N Y,
'MTIIM-liKIl APARTMENTS TO LET
J0TTI ST.. ?2 EAST -Unfurnished upt., 2
room? and bath; H35 month; I - ?? .r
:"*V/rt term. Mrj. Johnson, ph.^r.e Plaza 2974
Brooklyn
FOI *R !.. ??'?? room? - . electricity bath
? ?? i-ate h .-?? couple or gentlemen;
T? leph ine 1603 'oi ??? Ulan :
lM l BN?SHED APARTMENTS WANTED
APARTMENTS
' ID HOUSES 1 OR 2 FAMILY)
? - refln? i :n:\t lies ? ah oi
: -. ? ?
;.,: . ? ... mem ' internal nal
. - enants. o ipancj
- ? ????.'?-: Write L. T. H., Room
_ !10 West loth
c ne chil i. want 4 or ?
mod ?n .':.. - heat ; $40 to
r. P. M . ? I ford ave. Phone inti]
Hanovei -
TWO i'r.r " j.. adults want 4 rooms <-.
Washing! i; Hvights; all modc/n im
I provementu; rest %7\>. Phone shore R^ad
19046, *
EMPLOTMSNT AOEN?8_(
Professional Help Female
BRODY EMPLOYMENT A.CENOY
Bi
MANY splendid oppt-rt - - - ?
rapher?. bookkeepers ?--? ? ?.
era. typists, b?:; < lerks
ll'.-taphon;:, etc.; I 1
Froe I
Professknal Help Male
EXECUTIvFsERVICE
CORPORATION
Near 5th Ave.. 22 E 42d -'*.
WM. D CAMP, PRE
K FEW SAV PLES l'> ? "
n?acements an ?<'? the h'.jrr.-v. gri
> "r; r TRKA.-irr.oT' *pl?ndld flnsrf'?!
? n-rvr-.-i -.- ? ? ?
- experi?
ence; ?or-.- ? '.'?''
. sor.allty above all ??>- count?
i INDUSTRIA! RELATIONS
? ?
man: the other ?.n older man. Salary up
? . ?7.50O
GRADUATE M E. an' E E Ai-, ?
, 10 must ha - iad ? xp< ' '
! ment of Urn,, offlre I lings ; a
portunlty for right ma *
? fa- t? r Sa try ui to $?
FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRADER A
i r?al opportunity for i s. ? ?
?8.000.
ACCOUNTANTS We tl-ways nava
? -.- ?. a foi k > 1 r- '.
i from highest to lowest In nla ? -- UM
. Far East arr Latin An -r. v.
LET US SHOW :
GOLDEN OPPORTl NTTY
Professional Hel'.i Female ar'i Mai?
OFFICE OPPi ?:-. r: " '
B ? ONES '
You:,?.' ? r, -.1 m
:
HAW1 EY
?15, ?1? *20, ?26 ?30 ?40, ?41
THE WILL.I3 RAWLBT .- -,
32 Court ?t.. Br klyr ?J Y
ROSE E. CLARK AGENCY
km: :.. ?YMENT em: -
CO RTL A N1 ?''' 4?49 6 BEE K M ? S ''T.
stenographers, typists, ?*?, of?
?le? assistants, switchboard operators '.a',?
or fp::.*;e. uf-i,.n:.?rj or t x *?t.?t-.cc?j
. promptly p'ac.t Call ail week.
DOYLE AGBNCT.
15 Part 401: tl Mad ?on 4-Ve. . i i
St.. Tribune Bull? ins. or ?It Mci .- ? ? ? .
Bi-ocklyn-r ai-n. giap- irs, typ'.sta t- ji?
keepers, ilerks, comptometers --.:.?
bcirl operators; good pusltions :.r
n?r? a: d ex: ?-, lene?
EQUITABLE EMI LC Y MSN r 1
15S-160 Wcs
Positions i-r a i -o' v v
era, zlerka, stenograi - ? -\
typists a-.i-l i th .... >
workers No regil
Equitable Ind'jstrial 1 a.
TELEP?K NE BRYANT -? -
Bush Agency, 2O6 Br? . ' ;
Stem g : a priera, tj ; lerks. ? - .p
? - . -
lions wa it ing beginn? ra and . L
Domestic Krlp
MISS A. A. HOFMAYER
Emploi ment Agenc y,
10 EAST 4?D ST . 31 MI. 1
Reliable Domestic Eleip
also
PROFESSIONAL HELPERfl
?Telephones VA7? Murray Hill
A?SS FITZGERALD S
Employment Bureau, also
Governess and Kurses \:r -i?cy
366 5th Ave. (n'r 34th).
Tel. 5244 Greeley.
; rUPESlOT; PBOl*E8SIONAL Jr 1.EMTIC RaTL?,
MISS ISABEL SH?? "
? EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
;? E 41ST .-'T . BET MAD ? E-TH A-'l.X.
Select !:e!p. :.?ki,q ?r.d female, for cllf
and ouni ry
TELEPHONE 6774 ML'RRAl B
SAMPSON'S
Swedish Ag I y
Select help (male n-.d fern?!?)
/?. -.- p: - i, *? fa o- v
781 Lexington a\e>.
Plaza 5005
Winthrop Employment Agency
47 '.Yes' 42d St Tel. Murray HI : ?4it
Miss GRACE 0 FYNE8. i . ,; letor,
Offers un u ua I persona la
supplying best domestic help obtainable*.
The Select Employment Agency
I Li ur ?>au
[ Efficient Servants, ,-s. Nations ties -r'?l
\3. M. ROUX?L, SU ?th Ave. Greeley l ????
Mrs. Emily Masoi A'N
Efficient Servant?- Mala? V ? .'
131 WEST <;<i ST. TE.. BRYANT 5511?
Jussila Empl ,-m it ' i y
- - ? I ?
Finnish and
" i
Excelsior '? mr ? ?-? ?. " I
M ' ' ?::?- lit -? -i Remove
I::,,.-:,. - Flrlt
. :
iVJ 1 . . > . v !. ! .. ? .. ........
Aa?n. r. r,i West 4*th ? ? - ? i
; Male and K-- lale) 61*74 B
TAP \ M i-" > F -'-"'
\J? .' ? y.
)J-) V. . .it ^rth. Tel. Bryanl
iaoanese Employment A?T'-r M-it
', .'". r" " ble dm ?? In lur
nish'd. ?5 W. 42d St. T
T RWT V'^v * ??<
?' ? :-; - MMi . .....
?..ft best help. Telapl ns : ? Qrealey
LEHTI ?' ' ?WTH 9T.
?.: : rELKPH ' .; HARLB??
!' - - -'-;:' AND n ?LP.
BLANCHE ;. H I ?3
pert (Agenc /), 71 ?:'? .?: ( .th at; far
mun; years with S \ ?deli
; MISS PHAUGH - - - v blit? class employ?
mer.t sgen.-y tCO ?tu av.. i;.?;8. ?amata?
city, country
FINANCIAL
FOR SALE
Brokers' Office, ful y -,i iped In mabo?.
any; tf-n ?:itc' wir<-s -.-irh switchb .ir'l
connection; tdvai for security broker j.-ong
telephone t,.io.-s room. Purthi
Room 512, 220 Fifth Avenue
Ti!E FIRST NATI? ? - ' BANK cit?
Mount Carroll, located at Mount I ?-- 1.
In the State ol Illinois .- - og its at
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