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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, - JULY 22, 1920.
5 37 I! SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE '""pJJmnkTri. Bdunitrtmi Milliners, iRTIBTId gowns, ndvance styles, expert ArVmolclllng, dally. Miss Armltage, l) West lMin ' liTv'B work sewing for private family, young SrLyVrittrion. 13 Wont 131st t. rinBHsiAKKIl. thorough, $1.00, out. Phono Csthedrsl mornings; ovenlngs betwcon 7 no fTmfRHMAKKIt. Customers BWny, Wlslie dy outi quick. Audubon 2010, apart ment pi West .ia si finKBBMAKEK, out by day, 11.00. Martin, a., Itiitnhnn. illlKKSMAKElt, rolored, nut by tho day, FXI'liUIKNCED dressmaker, accustomed to iilth clan trado.i wishes engagements by tllS flayi ' I-. nuH'itciomi imnviui i.ACE mending wanted, home or out. Teres Woom, 312 i:t Wit). gKAMSTRKHS lor private family In country! hit reference. l?arnty, 451 East 04th. teWINft by ho day nut or at home. Mrs. Martha llution, 212 West 140th t Apt, 14, Grnernl llouarnrork, Ac. GENERAL housework; colored girls export rncrd, Reno Morris, to East 132d, cars flOUSUWOIIKER, German, good cook, laun dress, good baker, brend, desserts; country until later preferred; Christians, Cull 8ft 3d v IIOUSBWOKKKR, neat woman; good cook, Ituiidrtss, city, country; reference. 328 Jiait 31st. HOUSEWORKER, middle aged woman; good Plain cook, laundress; city or coun try. 212 East 28th, top floor. HOUSEWORKER, city, country; references; reliable: colored; willing. Dawklns-Cotteo, ff). West 131st. HOUSEWORKER, colored, neat, wishes. steady position; willing. Gordon-Lowls, 20 Writ 1 37th. HOUSEWORKER, half or full tlmo: sleep out; young, colored, neat. Tillman-Brooks, 625 Lenox nv, llOUSr.WOIlKr.il, good cook, Protestant family. Call, write, Mrs. l'eerlcss, 513 Co lumbus av. HOrSIJWOliK. colored, half time, mornings. Phone Audnlion 2010. apt. 1. HOUSEWORKER. good cook; personal city rffereine. 15,1. East 31st, Reardon's bell. HOUSEWORKER, half tlmo; good cook, nut, willing ; colored. Blako, 2223 7th av. ilOUSBV"UK Windows cleaned at 15c. a piece, i .diner, 101 nv. A. MOTHERS helper, experienced, with Infant: llcht duties, temporary, permanent. J., 103 Sun-Herald, Herald square. KEHNKP woman desires position assisting houiotvlfo or mother flvo hours mornings; W rents hourly. A., 150 Sun-Herald, Wash tetton Heights, Lnnndresses. 4c PAT'S work or washing home; experlehccd coloied woman. 222S) nth nv.. Ant n LAU.N'DHESis" Intelligent; discriminating; .ti.,ftmr. rro.l mnta.lnld . cptn drlng. 177 West Q3d st. ' LAl'NDUESS, Krench, wishes work; 3.fln rtv. referenct'S. SDanifdmnitclinr R-n . , ' " - , v WOMAN-Colnred, wants washing ito tako horns, rifertncvs. Parks, 433 Vcsr82d st. Nurses, &t, COLOni'.D girl, refined, desires position na nuris girl, city; no Sunday, Frey. 212 Wsal Hid. ' FRENCH nurse, reliable, packer, traveller, highest references; would glva services to rrty going to Europe In return for the pas- HH P., 2.-i West r,0tll St. N OIItL (13) to mind child and assist mother: country or rlty. A., 1743 Sun-Herald, Wiihlngton Heights, Waitresses, 4c. IVAITnnSS or chambermaid, Irish; SOO-JCj monthly, fall 110 East 84th. Daly. WAITRESS by days, private family; refer tncsi. Hayman, 233 East 02d st. MNrrllnnrons. A colored girl to half time, mornings. ,y!or, west i:iist st COLORED day workers, two. Mlrlnbald, rrwt'll ' We" 140tll, apart C0Jf?!iE "h-l, half tlmo: references. Writs - yi nisi si. caro lienerl. DAT ork wjjhing morning, houswlennlng; vhiu i imsirneni. .w west byth. FIRST class lady's crmfr, sewer, pac' ker; excellent Ions ref- ccnccs. write L.. t-' in unit nist st. GIRL, colored, wan ts half time place In morning or ladles anu genuemcn's wash; rlto to Ilettle Williams. ro Sunday work. W west rath st. HALF time, neat. light colored; reliable. rompetent, obliging, av. uiarx-Klng, C53 Lenox H,V;,r'i "n" -,A- M,i clored; nat, willing, Hlit Tetroee, caro Joseph. 40 West HALF time A M. ; no Sundays: competent, colored, reliable. Mitchell. 210 E... is? i, ' i.' -iri'"-. -""V'"". -i r.am i,un. HJLP time, colored. A. M.; roferBnce; UJtn I,ar"culars- Monrose. 370 West ' M-; no Sundays; particulars; .neat, colored. Phillips, 53 West 140th. LADY'S maid, French; good hairdresser, MimitrcM, packer; references. Gcanne, Eait 47th. 'H fa,r."'7' waists, anything; willing;. West tiii rdlablli co'ored. Thompson, 73 WOMAN, refined American, desires a fnw i-r.l" Lll?nlns wor!ti s,at rates. Mrj. tranes. C(l East nist st. 1?iTN0A"'Sman wlhes position onything, li iTiWrto ivno SuilJr! references. -.. ,,yat mm, mira noor iront. SwSSmKV w-19, Advor- PB0FES31ONAL SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE. A!t?.v!slllne eoverness, college graduate; mSAi elementary branches; public sSweS'rSth' coachln Mi"sa Expert. LOOKKEEI'EIt, part time, write up books, pi o L?itMy trlal balances; reasonable. Bot F Sun-HfrnU ; E,'P?v.vltlne bookkeeper wishes small hou,IsM 00ka t0 k"": trlalJjalances. 4c; riflJ4 lc.coun" specialty; satisfactory "erencea. Ylf. m Bun-Herald. Herald ESl'llV!.ED French nursery governess, West 15l,t.T: "rerenCM- r?'I55:coPANIOS-Bnl' Eentle Irffl k.r' ' rennea, aevoled to chll heilt's l"uKhly understanding physical ch i?MCae. Position; entire refsm.Wvren ,.,rom 18 months ; highest V " m , Y?rk- Washington families. JQ3 Stn-Herald. Her.M tWrilNESa, French, speaks Spanish. Eng' fornlj. "'ln' 'amiiy going to Ca - ' B".fer 0M "' M. O. room 2. J?jriAmerlca. Prcqdway and 47th st. Ert E.ESSV vWtlng 'Parlslenne, New York, rianlm"pe;K." "'acn: F""ch. English. MSiinr!S;? flaI' ,ca,P (nsd). Mc 222!!LiLii Phone Audubon 83W. ant. T. MnEh.,hCn,JTlli eec- treatment, tltc. "a Swanson. 1 Belleville av.. Unoudl?M.om r appointment. Lewis. 7t rg.'" cor. M..ih.rrv. Newark. N. J. MyU1$B5sf,d.(- 'o 5ths. Hanson -ngny, 303 cilntnn Bv.. Newark. ' 4al ly lP;., aristocratic French: piano; ItyS.W'": reasonable; city, vlcln--p-.i Hun-Herald. Herald square. eomianii'n' .ui!?td "MJ a housekeeper. CS. A., 1450 I.imIA?''- enographer, expert, whore 'w?ni3 'c.na conscientious work will bo "jjoizeo, t3Q. Melrose 6370. eUlS, bes'nner; business school rJn.t.itena4SaMna "uth"' " S'ahv."""' h"hwt5i 'at6TfM2.,uIcna. 01 governesses In prl W Si1? ,t.wo French ladles, with ... recommeniiiiAn Bu'he Tf.m5e?du.on' Itta"'r J rSil!lMaIn St., Hartford. Conn Misses plication '.n,U-.mon,,h "Porter on house W of c?i?!fJ?.maeaJ'J,ei vallfled Journal auSSl5ln''WM JoUrnalUt room T?iufr."eat W0Lk,,r' wlah PO'itlon; orkr. of"c,, experience, also clerical ijgMM ""ry. A., 1368 bES T?Sd1'r':hUHh g0e. thoroughly ezpe w"t Mt'h at! fr0h 4 J'ea" up X- EXTP.!!r,fI,",,e" ana Jnnllresses. KS?, caretaker wishes position, tan-t.vnK""' unmer or longer; under E. C V-f p"V JPf.rsonal reference. Address N, J" ' 14tll. x AmericinKl';., ,wor.k,nf,: rerlncd German 1 rnia.;.rliat0 '"'ly: excellent cook M WTi,i.. """l'f.r looa cook, waitress: ocl. mJ1 apartment; bulo.ss SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. ACCOUNTANT-Uooks systematized, audited, opened; tax spoclallst; arrangements firms without bookkepers, corporation, partner-hlDaccoiintatiey- reasonable, arcenci 1,437 andM37n nM 1-Bll'lln, Telephone Cort- Accountant tiook amilicd, new iota opened, yenrly closings, financial state ments, reports, tax reports, Investigations, genera! and cost systnnu. II, . ltt& Him Horald. Fulton it. AN accountant, five, years publlo accounting field, versed corporation accounting, sys tems, iit r,nn,l . a ....I. , ,.,,.1, Willi's, rellablo concerns salary $3,000 per h,imiii. j i in i nun-nerain, uroomyn AN accountant desires extra work; books upeneu nnu cioseu; ovenlngs, Bundayn: If?. f'Monable. C 1018 Bun-llorald, ,iwjniyn . . - W,'Cll, LIVIBVn IIUIIKS, KU'llbV books; trial balances, Uox 23,. lltullson ACCOUNTANT.-Certlfled publlo accountant wants savoral additional clients. A., 1S Rlln.ll...lil l(-l... AMHHICAN, wlilto, chof ; chambermaid, WnttrMrM ,m,.iF.n,. anjt.A. Q dnllu Tlphnn Prospect 4850. boo ick e n p n n (35), EXPEniKNcnni cnnniTa CAitni-ur,LY handu:i): com. PETENT H A Ii H 8 COimnfll'ONDENTl MONTHLY DETAILED IlEPOItTB ItUN DRRED, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, C.J CREDENTIALS; AVAI1WV11LB AUOUBT 1; KEaULTS. 11., 1101 SUN-IIUIIALU, ITJL TON ST. BOOKKEKI'Elt, experienced, knowledge rle nography, typowrlllnc. desires position, a., 203 Hun-Herald, llorald square. UUTLEll-VALET, Bwlss-rrench, thoroughly competent; several years last placo; per sonal city references, C, Duprai, 44 West 113(11. 11UTLEK, valet, rellablo Japanese, Al refer onces. small family or centlcmen oreferrod. A., rao West End av. 11UTLEU, vnlet, thoroughly experienced, wishes situation country; best references; wares si w up. Jiinriea, m L,exingion av. 11UTLEUS Young Japanoso; experienced; tpcak English; country preferred. A KM Bun-Herald, Harlem. IIUTLEIl, useful, exceptional man, good man ager; references. A., 1117 Sun-Herald, Harlem. IlUTLEIt, chauffeur, useful anything; valet; pleasant; light colorod. Ramsey, 187 West 134th. BUTCEll, valut: thoroughly competent; ex cellent recommendations. Butlor, caro of Jailor, llfl East 28th. IIUTLEIl or houseman or valet, experienced; references. Lewis, 313 East 50th st. CHA.UFFEUU. Clwuffeur (private), thoroughly experi enced to handlo any car; excellent mechanic; highest recommendations front previous em ployers; most careful traffic driver; accom modating, trustworthy and neat appearing; city or country, P, H., 249 Sun-Herald, Her aid square CHAUFVEUK. American (30); 10 years' practical experience, driving Locomobile, Pierce, Packard, Cadillac; over four years cno position. Harris Smith, 2.1 West G2d; 34:0 Yiiusworin.s CHAUFFEUH. An experienced, careful, en pnblo and rellablo voung man wishes posi tion; good references. Address F. Hawkins, 25S7 Mad'son st., Brooklyn. Phona Ever green 4003W CHAt'FKEUn, Al MECHANIC, SINOLE, WISHES POSITION, PltlVATE FAMILY; CITY OH COL'.NTItY; Al UEFEIIENCES. J., 100 8UN-l!i:ilALt. I1EHALD SQUAUK. CHAUFFEVlt, married, no children; me chanic; two years Inst position; careful driver; nine years' experience. Roberts, 210 East 53d. CHAUFFEUR, colored, expert drlver-me-chnnlc; nent, gentlemanly; highest testi monials; all curs; part time or full. Annex Auto Co.. 411 West 55th. Columbus 0410. CHAUFFEUR wishes position, city or coun try; refetuices. Churchale, 417 East COth St.. city. CHAUFFEUR, married. 12 years excellent reference, wants position. Phono Schuy ler 5705. CHAUFFEUR-MECHANIC, sown years' ex perlence; best of references. Nleder, 10CJ Rrook av. CHAUFFEUR, mechanic, useful anything; neat, colored; reliable, willing. Small, 40 West 14-llh. CHAUFFEUR (24), married; careful driver, truck or private. 'Stareyak. 211 East 05th. CHEF, French, experience, prlvato family, club or apartment: economical manager; moderate. B., 22S West 43d, second floor, lack. CHEF, steward, coloren, all round, Al ex pcrlenced. H11r.fi. Oqkln. 115 West 130th. COMPANION Man, single, 1(1, making change In business, will have from August 1 or September 1 or 15; good education. In cluding part college; experience as secretary; refined, good appearance, personality; will ing to sacrifice. F rciz sun-iieraia ing xo sacntice. r.. nun-iiermu. COMPANION, social or business secretary, by young French gentleman; languages, travels, automoblllne, 4c. ; consider offer by person of culturo and refinement. II. T 232 West 52d st. COMPANION. Refined young man, 29, will act as companion to gentleman; agreeable, entertaining, knowledge of social forms, ex perlenecd. tracller; references. Schouten 140 East 150th st. COMPANION. Young man desires position as companion; con act as secretaryibest of references. Le Roy Carlson, Fairfield, conn. 1 . 0. uox sis COUPLE, Japanese butler and wife, 8wedlsti small family; no washing; excellent refer ences. Couple, 47 Prospect place, Manhat tan. TeleDhone Murray Hill 2tl58. beforo 2 P. M. COUPLE, chauffeur-mechanic, careful driver; cook or chambermaid ana waitress; excel lent references; city, country. Pihlman, 03 East 120th St., or Harlem 8103. COUPLE, perfect cook and baker, good manager; man useful butler; prlvato fam ily; country, city; references; $100 up. Call Robert Smith. 131 West 78th. COUPLE, thoroughly competent, man useful, butler, valet; wlfo excellent cook or laun dress: reference. Address A., 1457 Sun Herald. Harlem. COUPLE, chauffeur, careful driver; first class cook. 410 Weat 154th. Audubon 84.-.1. COUPLE, chauffeur, careful driver; first class cook. 429 Went 154th. Audubon 8451. COUPLE. English! chambermaid, butler: city; references; wages $150. Fletcher. u a., .00 Pun-ueraid. iieram square. COUPLE, Swedish: chauffeur, cook; whero more hfip Kept. 11., ax uast disi st, COUPLE, Swedish: useful butler; wlfo good cook. II., 304 East 51st at. ESTIMATOR Young man with eleven years' experience In builder's office desires posi tion; can list quantities for carpentry, masonry and plastering; excellent references. R. Holland, 233 Chestnut St., Holyokc, Mass., care Ellison. FARMER, horseman, good rider; caretaker: single, experienced; all around. 0., 221 Bun-Hernia, iieraia square, rARMER, gardener, dairyman; single: ex perienced; bard worker; gentleman's place; G- 222. Sun-Herald. Herald square. GARDENER, head, working superintendent, English, seeks position on private estate; experienced in all branches of gardening; well recommended ; married, one child. O., 197 Bun-Herald. Herani square. GARDENER and florist seeks position, take cnarge commercial piate ui private cimii. with greenhouses only; married; -Aged 44 years, iienry nauer, uamcnw, a GARDENER, slnglo, small place, horse, cows, useful: wages $03. F 297 Sun Herald, Herald square. UARDENER, fanner, single, experienced vegetables, lawns, poultry, milking; refsr- ences. 0., 233Sun-Herald. Herald square. OARDENER, experienced all branches; sin gle. Write J. E.. 742 3d av. GARDENER, married, one child, experienced In all branches; also poultry, milk; refer ences, tiaraener, pox iu, nag tiaroor. . i. GARDENER, Slnglo, elderly; experienced Uh.i,-A anil ttll mil. rirmr ffnrilenlnir. p.. 218 Sun Herald. Herald square. HANDY man wants position on estate or In city; good mechanic; understands plumb ing, carpenter work, painting, electric re pair, steamflttlng, gas engines, pumps: all work In line with the upkeep of estate Will iam May, rcu East Bam, HOTEL man, position relief clerk, threo nights weekly. B., apartment 41, 313 St. yicnoias av. HOUSEMAN, experienced, single, middle aged, wishes positron, private family; ref erences; elty, country. Wrlto J 102 Bun- Tl.-.M TTlkrnM ftntlArA. HOU8EMAK, experience wishes position with private family; first class references. Henry, pox g, jast norwicn, l. 1. HOUSEMAN, middle aged, slnglo; hotel ex perience, useful. O. C., Box 10 Union square. JANITOR (39). no children, understands nil repairs, wishes steady position. Write Box p.. 403 ii ay. JAPANESE, excellent cook, general house work, wishes position, small family, best references. I, 293 Sun-Herald. Herald square. JAPANESE young man, experienced cook, butler or general housework. In small fam ily; best reference. J , 101 Sun-Herald, pt!d square. JATANESE boy, houserprker; Christian; e-xpcrlenced; speaks Erylsh well. Phone 23 ta WldJWOTth, AdlresVlOQ Pftscott Av SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. JAPANESE (31), cook and housework, wants position In bachelor's place, In the city or country! has best references, K. Elmura, 133J4 East roih st. ' JAPANESE cook, butler, small family; cl y or country, l, 291 Sun-Herald, Herald square MAN, trustworthy, wishes light porter, mes senger. Cliarlsa llrtwl, 454 S'l sin 'o- boken. j MAN, guard or special officer, Magulre, w,i inuh . ' ,- - 1 MAHSAUE soothes ond refreshes nervous-J " Ul III11KU0, I1VVI10UUI VUIUIUM. 2542 Harkni. MIDDLE aged man (35), ez-captaln of iiumanian navy, looxing lor a position lntArnrtr Ia n ..iu nnln tn inv rnirt the wxirld; speaks fluently English, Russian Rumanian, Crock. Snanlsh. Italian, little French, and reads English, Rusnlnn, Ruma ntan, Spanish nnd Italian, K, F. Max, Blatn St.. Brooklyn. N. Y, - OFFICE HELP. TOUNO WOMAN, EXPERIENCED ON PURCHASE LEDOHR IN LARflE DEPARTMENT BTORE. ADDRESS, STATING EXPERIENCE, BOX 210, 209 CABLE BUILUINQ. PAINTER, decorator, papertmngir, plas teror, long yenrs experience, first rlass workmanship; best references, desires work, ItinrilAt-ita i.l.t.. nMKvmn,a npluntM houses, offices; mod'erato price; city or coun- PA1NT1NO, paperhanglng, kalsomlning, rra sonable; estimates; during acallon montlis. .yriaun, n rtmsiernqm av. 1 OUTER, urcful anything, willing; colored: obliging; good worker. Grant, 117 West 13Sth. SALESMAN! past 18 years travelling New England territory, having represented wniBKey aistiiicry, lionton as headquarters; have large personal clientele: highest refer ences; recently executive position. A., 1412 nun-iierain, nariem SALESMAN Will start on business trln bv automobile, lasting four months: deslro nign riats legitimate specialty as side line F.. COO Sun-Herald. SECRETARY-EXECUTIVE (S3), married, 14 years' constructive experience as stenog rapher, correspondent, cxecutlvo secretary anu manager, capable organizer, accustomed to handling employees and nroduclnir results. seeks position requiring unusual executive nonuy. 11,, 11m sun-iierqin. I'uuon st. SPANIARD. S4. offers tits sonices as com panlon and Interpreter to party colng to Spain; references. F., 239 Sun-Herald, neram rquare. SPANISH-AMERICAN, young man, publisher, ucsirci iiasiiion nepanment tipanisn. Aa dress Vargas, 128 West 07th st. SUPERINTENDENT (39), no children, best references, unrlerstands nil repairs, electric ity, plumbing, elevators, steam, wishes steady position, mix 4tE) an nv. STENOGRAPHER, business school graduate, beginner; capnblo and willing to work for advancement. Walter Aufferraan, 37 East 5Mh St. Plara 2,.)03. MOLINIST and pianist, college and high school students, respectively, doslro summer positions, j. t-rys. (.00 ad av., lirooKlyn. WATCHMAN, best references, wishes steady position. Write Box F 409 3d av. YOUNG man, SI. well educated, nuat nppear nnce, knowledge stenography, bookkeeping, selling, desires position, with advancement. I., 103 Sun-Herald. Herald square. YOUNG man (SO), Intelligent, reliable, wishes position of responsibility; Al refer ences. M. Goldstein. 1301 Brook av., Bronx. YOUNG MAN (21) DESIRES POSITION FEW HOURS EVENINGS. B., 1103 SUN HERALD. FULTON ST. YOUNG man student mornings or afternoons, stork clerk, salesman, gymnastic. Schuy .er 41203. YOUNG man. two j ears' college, anything of- uce: rename. McCarthy, si.si 3d av. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. Situations Wanleil; JAPANESE, excellent cooks, butlers, house men. 10(1 West 40th. Bryant 7787-0093. HELP WANTED FEMALES. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn tlOO to $200 monthly corresponding for nowspnpers; sis to s:.i weekly in spare time; experience unnecessary; no camasslng; sub jects suggested: send for particulars. Na tional Press Bureau. Buffalo, N. Y. BOOKKEEPERGood opportunity for up to nato DooKKeeper; one tnorougniy familiar with all office work; state age, experience and salary expected.. O., 820 Sun-Herald, ruuon si. BOOKKEEPER assistant wanted In large wholesale house; must be thoroughly expe rienced, quick and accurate at figures. Ad dress, stating age and salary, II. Herrmann Furniture Co., SM Broome at. HOUSEWORKER wanted; neat, light col ored; good wages. Morris, 323 West End av. BOOKKEEPER and accountant, familiar with hospital work, for medium sue hos pltal In Bronx. A.. 1237, 2914 3d av. CHAMBERMAID, assist waiting dinner: easy place; good home, seaside; $15 month ly, board, room and tips; 20 minutes New York. Call 71 Central av., St. George, S. I., block from ferry. Phone Tompklnsvllle 354. CHAMBERMAID nnd waitress for country; thoroughly experienced; only those with best references need apply Thursday, 11 to 1. 170 West"T3d St., Apt. 1111. CLERICAL worker, girl, 18: good prospects; $18 to Mnti: downtown Manhattan, Ad dress F., 028 Sun-Herald. COMPANION CHAPERONS wanted for a young lady. Salary $100 a month. Would prefer a young woman of robust health, agreeable personality, of education and high character. Plenso state full particulars, and address reply to THORNTON, 0., 228 Sun-Herald. Herald square. COUPLE Chauffeur, gardener; all year round joo; woman general nousowork or cook. Apply 220 Broadway, room 003, at 3:00 r. M. ELLIS MACHINE OrEILVTORS. Experienced operators wanted by large downtown bank; salary $1,020 a year, with lunches; good opportunity; write, stating ago, experience and nationality. Ad dress R. G., P. 6. box 822,. City Hall Station, New York. GENERAL houseworker, white, small fam ily; experience not necessary. Dusenbery. Fort Wood, N. Y. South I'orry-Statue of Liberty bo.t. , GENERAL houseworker, good cook references required; 6 room apartment; 2 In family. Apply 10 to 3, 450 River side Drive, apartment 8-A. GENERAL houseworker, good plain cook and laundress; family 3 adults; part time country: good wages. Apply with references Apt. OA, 1000 Valentine av., corner East l8th st., Bronx. OENERAL houseworker, two In family; halt time mornings; laundry; good wages. 080 West End av..vApt. 10E. a i n l si We have positions open In sev eral departments. They are per manent. The work Is Interesting. No experience Is required. $15 a weeli to start. Industrious girls can soon reach earnings ot S3 to $100 a month. Apply at U5S Broadway, Manhattan, corner 27th st. 870 East 150th st., Bronx, , 81 Wlllougbby st., Brooklyn. , Evenings until 8 P. M. Above offices also open Saturdays to 4 P. M. Sundays 1 P. M. ta 5 P. M. 193 Broadway, Manhattan, corner Dey St. 1330 Broadway, Brooklyn. Or telephone Madison Square 12000. NEW YORK TELEPHONE- COMPANY. GIRL. Japanese or Chinese, as all around maid; good home, good salary; to go to Chicago. Apply mornings at the Claridg UottL xoom 1123, ON LONG ISLAND- There lives a man who had a storo for salo. Tho store is no longer for salo. That man turned instinct ively to Tho Sun and Now York Herald and well, let him tell his own story ' V 37 WEST JACKSON AVENUE, ConONA.vL. I V July 19, 1020. TIIIS BUN AND NEW YORK IIK1IALI), Ifernltl flmiare. Ni'W York. It may Interest you to know paper Is 11 dandy. 1 succreuou a smau an wnicn annearcn in II om the lint Insertion of tho from neonla wha wera real buyers. Very truly yours (Signed), A. KItETLEIN. That ia only ono of tho many worth whilo things that Sun-Herald Business Opportunity advertisements are doing daily. If you wish to challongo tho public's attention run a Business Opportunity advertisement in Tho Sun-Herald to-day. READ FOR OPPORTUNITY 1 - USE FOR RESULTS TELEPHONE FITZROY 6000 HELP WANTED FEMALES. (iiru.fi, MAKE THEMSELVES USEKUL SHOW ROOM OF LARGE DRESS NU KAOTURER, GREENWALD-ER1EDMAN. 0 EAST 33D. GIRL, 14 to 10, assist In office, loom 1030, 200 5th av. Call GOVERNESS, experienced, takes care of thieo gronii up children, help them with sellout lussuns and understands piano; good home and salary. Apply R., 03 Sun-Herald, Hernia squaie. llOUSEWORKER, grnurnl; no wasmng or Ironing; white girl. Phone Forest Hill rtllVJ LvUNDRESS; first class, 2 days a week. Apply Thursday, 0 to 11, or evenings 0 to 8, npsrtment 8-C, 650 Park av. (77th st.); car fere paid. ' MAID, expeilcneed, wanted for travelling with actress on tour. Telephone 1007 Munaroneck. MODELS, SIZE 10, FOR DRESS HOUSE; EXPERIENCE UNNECESSARY. I. A. HARRIS, 148 MADISON AV. MODELS (10), SIZE 20. Aattractle, lynung ladles, high class drejses; salary to start $33. Call all wiek, Flnkcnberg, 31 East 31st st. MODELS, SIZE 10. TALL AND ATTRACTIVE. FOR WHOLESALE nilESS HOttSE. ROTH COSTUME CO., 33 EAST 331) ST. MODEL, alzo 10, cloak and suit house: steady position, good pay. Llebertholl & fcmjiici, -,u ii tin un. MODEL. SIZE 30. FOR HIGH CLASS DRESSES. GREENWALD-FRIEDMAN, 0 EAST 82D. MODEL, STYLISH, STOUT, SIZE 42tJ. OREENWALD-riUEDMAN. 0 EAST T.2D. NURSE, Infant, experienced, or hospital; reference Call 12 to 2, Thursday, Mrs, Newman. 801 West End, av. NURSE, Scotch, Infant 0 weeks, MorrUtowu; references; salary $70; to-day. llbme Bureau, 3d West 39lh. NURSE, French, girl 0 months; references: good salary; to-day. Home Bureau, 30 West 39th. NURSE, English, boy 2 years: references; salary $75; to-day. Home, Bureau, 30 Wut Kitn. tiutii,.uAii' 1 1 luiiriaiii , in ipviiii inurii Ings, 9 to 12, In park with baby; luuches, $1.23. Stanhope. 202 Riverside, Drive, j , SALESLADY, receptionist; experienced for theatrical portrait studio. Apply 0 to 11 and 3:30 tn 5. Mr. Greer, rackard Library, 1410 Broadway. ' SEAMSTRESS for private family in country; best references. Daratsy, ,411 East 01th. STENOGRAPHER wanted by manufacturing -bank and commercial stationery house; capablo of composing own letters, recording and following- sales and justness statistics; someone with an Imagination and a knowl edge ot business economics: state religion. Wrlto for lnterlew. Sales Dept. P. O. box 811. City Hall Station. New York. STENOGRAPHER-SECRETARY. Arnirate nnd experienced stenographer as secretary to executive In large printing con cern: one with accounting experience pref erable, though not essential. Apply after 10 A. M., employment department, Amcrtcun Lithographic Co.. 52 East 19th st. BTENOGRAPHER TYPIST. Will pay $100 a month to start; advance ment It capable; state experience and ago; pleasant uptown Christian office. O., 210 Sun-Herald, Herald square. STENOGRAPHER. Young woman, experienced In general of fice work, with some knowledge ot steno graphy and typing, permont position In advertising department of technical Journal: stato age, experience and education, uox 52. St. James' Building. STENOGRAPHER, experienced: good salary. Herman Gabbo & Bro., 207 Starr t., B-ooklyn. STENOGRAPHER AND TYPIST: MUST BE THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED: GOOD SALARY: STEADY. TUXEDO 3'IIRT. CO., 133 6TH AV. . "STENOGRAPHER and office assistant: Must be good at figures; state salary ana experience. Austin Engineering Company, 121 West 42d St.. city. T STENOGRAPHER (Christian), wanted Im medlatoly; must be efllclent and allvo; preferably used to chemical terms. F., 012 Sun-Herald. STENOGRAPHER, business experience pre ferred, over 23. Call at Steam Service Corporation after 10.30, 110 West 40th St., room 204 STENOGRAPHER, expert, Insuranco tiro- ..l.n. aa.I ,,.,... . A . n .1.1. 1 1 KIT 9 unlit:, ,iuu luiuig, mute iir mi', confidential; ralary $22. F., 021 8un-Herald, STENOGRAPHER, experienced, sry rapid, with knowledge of bookltrcplnf prsterted. Second floor. 118 Fulton st. STENOOILPHER, good, liable. $30; per manent pasltlon; excellent opportunities. 0.. S28 Sun-Herald. Fulton St. STENOGRAPHER wanted In lurgo manu facturing concern, r ,, cz aun-lierain. SWITCHBOARD operator and typist com bined; permanent position; excellent op nnrtnnltles. O.. 827 Sun-Herald. Fulton st. SWITCHBOARD operator with general office txperienco. .apply auer w a. ,11, vieiscn manfBaths. 47 West 42d. TEACHER to teach English to two young u.ent 24. ' ' . TELEPIIONb OrEILVTOR. Young woman for small switchboard and to assist In office work. Write, stat lig age, experience and salary expected. E. P.. 810 Brokaw BIdg. TYPIST REFINED, desired by nationally known publishing houso; good opportunity for advancement. To receive attention reply by mall, stating full particulars". Including salary desired, age, experience, Ac., Reuben H. Donnely Corporation. 227-Fultnn st. TYPIST, competent young lady with knowl edge ot Dining; unrisuan nrm; siato salary, experience, 4c. G., 230 Bun-Horald, llVrald square. - TYPIST, experience not necessary. Apply A. F. Makay. 347 Bth av. WOMAN about SO, education and refinement necessary, to be trained for position along Americanization work; $1,000; bonus to tart; with unlimited opportunities with promotion, g., m oun-iieraiq, neraiu eq. WOMAN, well educated, teaching experience preferred, for permanent position with edu cational association; salary $1,800; bonus to start: capability promptly rewarded. F 200 Sun-Herald. Herald square. YOUNG Women. A leading downtown es tablishment has an opening for several young women as salespersons; salary $14 a week to start; opportunity for advancement; congenial surroundings. B. B 382 Sun Herald. . YOUNG woman, refined, energetic, to tnkl , ears of patrons nnd employees In high class lea room. Stato former experience nnd salary expected. II., 134 Sun-H6rald, Harlem. An advertisement In the Lost and ound columns of TI1E SV2J AUD NEW YORK HERALD offers a real DoMl&IWy of recovering yot-i'jut properly. that as n flalecmsn your news- 111 nrwu'K oi my store turougn your numicniinn. ad 1 received numerous Inquiries HELP WANTED FEMALES. . WOMEN. 21-35 YI.RH OF AGE TOR NIGHT WORK J, AS TELEPHONE OPERATORS. HOURS 0:30 P. M. 'IO 7:00 A. M. OPPORTUNITIES TO EARN 00.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH IN SIX MONTHS. $18.00 A WERE IN TWO WEEKS WHEN ASSIGNED TO NIGHT HOURS. $15.00 A WEEK DUR ING INSTRUCTION IN THE DAT TIME, RAPID ADVANCEMENT HIGHER SALARIES TOR MORE RESPONSIBLE POSITIONS. IF INTERESTED 1158 BROADWAY. CITY. (CORNER CALL AT! NEW YORK 27T1I ST.), OR TELEPHONE ITARiSON SQUARE 12000 -NEW YORK TELEPHONE CO. INSTRUCTION. EARN $23-$l50 weekly, only through Trot. Rohrcr'a, tho Rellablo Halrih'ess, Manicure, Beauty School; $5 up; frro for servlco; earn while learning; pamphlet. 110 West 42d st. WANAMAKER'S IlBAl'TY SCHOOL, S8.1 5TH AV., NEAR 30TH. LEADIW, SCHOOL OF AMERICA. EARN $23 WEEKLY. HAlRDRESniN'G, MANICURING. MARCEL WAVING. All branches taught; register now for high class position; wo cannot supply the demand: reach out for fcucess In an environment of wealth and refinement: day, evening classes. Telephono 117(1 Vnnderbllt. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. Domestic Hcip Wuntetl. AT MISS HOrMAYER'S AGENCY, 10 East 43d st., third floor, Kitchen maids, cooks, laundresses, cham bermaids, waitresses, children's nurses, Indies' maids, couples. COOKS, chamtici maids, waitresses, parlor malds, laundresses. Lldn Sotly Ernploy ment Agency, ,",S West r.2d st. HOU8EWORKERS. kioks, chambermaids, waitresses; good positions. Berta Carlson Employment Agency, :M(!n Rroadway, corner 82d St. Plionu ScliujUr 1070. ConiRirnla! Hrlp Wanted. HAMILTON EMPLOYMENT 8 E n V I C E, (1 CHURCH ST., ono block west of Brnndwav; or.o block hi low Cortlandt st. STENO.-Spanlsh-Eiigllsh: StO. STENO.-SEC'Y.-To engineer; splendid fu ture; $30. STENO. Downtown manufacturing, com pany; $30. STENO.-Vcry fine downtown office $W. " These openings will give you an Idea of the great many wi havo for STENOGRAPHERS. FJWJUPERVISOR-l'ubllshlnB; $2J. CI.K8. I'ayroll; start $IS. CLKS.-Cood at figures; S20-$22. TIPIST-Relleve at sivitrhl.oar.l: $20. NO REGISTRATION FEE. HELP WANTED MALES. AJ"X, ,ntcIllKcnt person may enrn $100 to -00 monthly corresponding for newspapers; $15 to $2.1 weekly In eparo time; experience unnecessary: no canvassing: subjects sug gested. Send for particular. Nntlonal Press Bureau. Buffalo. N. V, , AUTOMOBILE BODY MKER, first class man, wanted on alterations and .epalrs. ono experienced on fitting bodies to cht.ses banging doors. &c. Apply Car.nn Coach Works. 12 West C2d st. AUTOMOBILE MECIIANICS-Scnral first class all-round men: good pay; steady work. See Mr. Ernst, Sterling Motor Truck Co.. 132d .t.-and '2th nv. BENCH HANDS. Experienced on chnndeller work; steady vork. F. Storsberg. 22 Atlantic st., Newark. JIOOKKEEPER WANTED In retail Jewelry store, on charge ledger: $21 to start, with advancement when merited; i . ... "cruraic, a good writer and Manilllar with trial balances; state age, prc- il , . iicieiiL-e. u., 10U Bun- Herald, Herald square. BOOKKEEPER, experienced A-l man; doubie entry man that understands control ledger work; ono that lia fruit market experience preferred; call at (aliens & Weiss, 420 East 103d St. BOOKKEEPER. WITH . PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE OF CONTROLLING AC COUNTS AND A SENSE OF KFFIOIENGY IS WANTED BY A LARGE MANUFAC TURING CONCERN: STATE QUALIFUM- BOOKKEEPER and accountwR, familiar with hospital work, for medium slzo hos pltal In Bronx. A.. 1230, 2014 3d nv. BOY WANTED Mus! bo nent and accurate: salary $12 to start. Apply Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Co., 81 Water st,, .e. . u, i viljr BOY In Washington Heights renl estate office; ono who resides on tho Heights pre ferred; state ago. references and salary de slred. Write M, P.. 3525 Broadway. CARPENTER'S helpers; energetic young men with one or two years' experience; state age. nationality, wages expected nnd pre vlous employers. F.. 5,0 Sun-Hernld. CHANDELIER MAKEItT " Experienced chnndeller inaker: sternly work F. Storsberg, 22 Atlantic St., Newark. N. J. CHAUrFEUR w.mtedJfor permanent position in i.iiKiewnoii, r. ,i wun August and Sep tember In Adirondack ; must be thoroughly trained ns driver and havo fair experience ns mechanic nnd accustomed tn small rowi honts Telephone Englewood 4.71, Thursday betwern 12 and 4 o'clock, or address B., 1100 Sun-Herald. Fulton st, - CHAUFFEUR WANTED by prlvato family II. .Inn n.A 1. ...' a .1.1. . - iiiiiir, iiuui a ,iua iiuiu iorK; ex pected to mako himself useful about the housn- If needed: irlvo refnmnma ,n,i desired. P.. 1001 Sun-Herald. Fulton st. CHAUFFEUR wnnte'd on Twin Six PackardT only those whe havo driven high class ears need apply. A.. 1433, Sun-Herald, Harlem. CLERKS, TLATFORM MEN. WEIGHTAf ASTERS, AND VEHICLE HELPERS. POSITIONS OPEN FOR WORK IN NEW YORK, JERSEY CITY, HOBOKEN OR LONG ISLAND CITY. GOOD PAY, RAPID ADVANCEMENT. AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS, 07 MADISON A V Jf. Y, ; CLERK Young man, 18-20 years; $18 to stnrt ond ndvnncement to right person. Address I'.. 027 Sun-Herald. COUPLE for prlvato family; man for all around wxrk. gardening, tc, woman to cook; attractive prlvato rooms, with ba'Ji; good wages; In suburbs, one hour from city. Y 527 Sun-Herald. Herald square. COUPLE take care country place, wits to cook, Roota s, 1 East 414, ' HELP WANTED MALES. CONDUCTORS, KIl'TII AV. COACH CO.. 001 West 132d fit,, V -H TlTrniTtrit. mtu t.nK.rtii'n.ftrin I Married; men preferred; permanent positions assured; references required. - , , . "40, AN HOUR START; Capable men can beromo drivers within a fitw months. DRIVERflvfllG, HOUR START. Apply U A, M. to 4;30 P, M Including Salmday, COUPLE wanted to laku charge of country j place for butlness rouplo; wife to cook nnd I general liouseworkeri man uoful In yard; I all year around, 0 209 Sun-Herald, llorald nqunro. I ELECTRICIAN'S helpers; a limited numbo I nf positions ore open to energetlo young men with ono or two years' mechanical or 1 electrical experience, to team electrical eon- a,, i. ... i.tiii,, Dinin ni,u, imiiuiiiMii , expected nnd pruvlous employers. 5781 Bun-llorald. ELECTRICIANS, experlanccd men for generating and sub station construction work; state age, expnt enc', nationality, wages expected and pre vloiis employers. K. 577 Bun-Ilerald. EMPLOYMENT MAN. Ono tn tako charge of employment de. parlmeiit nnd time office of large factory, Wrlto, etntlng age, experience and salary expected, E, 0 010 Brokaw Bldg. EXECUTIVE 8ECRETARY for a high class studio, will) a knowledge ot salesmanship nnd ability to organize selling campaigns, willing to w-urk at any lima to further In terest of the business; salary and commls? slon on sales. Phono Circle 4004. ' FACTORY CLERK. Young man as weigher and clerk In large factory uptown; must pa rnpld nnd accurate at figures; salary 23,50 a week. Write, stating age and experi ence, E. N 010 Brokaw Bldg. FARMER-GARDENER; ono understanding vegetables and flowers, willing to assist around houso: single: per sonal references required; Westchester coun ty. APPiy Mr, Lewis, . 1200 BROADWAY, AT 20TH ST. FARMHAND, near Washington; good home tor man nnu wire, u,, aun-neraia, Herald square. HOTEL CLERK Cltv apartment and tran stent; active, experienced man; renting and general office work: $100 montband meals; references, hotel. F 203 Sun-Herald, iieraut square KNITTER foreman, experienced on surgical eiastia nnsiery on nnnu irames, power rotary and Swiss machines, Chostennan-Lee- lanu co.. rniiqgmpnia. rn. LABORERS wanted: wares $4 a day.. Apply Woodlawn Cemetery, 233d st. t Webster av. LARGE organisation can use salesmen, 25 to 40 xears of nee. In 5th av. branch, Our men earn from $75 to $200 per week. Quick advancement and real opportunity for good mtn who can connect perma nently. Wo aro not Interested In ad vance seekers and will Interview only ralesmen with bsst character references. Mr. Thompson, Room 002, 507 Fifth av. MEN for firemen and brakemen, age 20-30; $173-$250 monthly; experience unnecessary. Write only, Railway Association, Brooklyn, Desk 4X2. MUST HAVE PIX HIGH GRADE YOUNG MEN TO BELL AUTOMO BILES. RETAIL: WILL GIVE $200 A WEEK TO THE RlffHT MEN; AUTO MOBILE SELLING EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. WRITE FOR INTER VIEW, SALES MANAGER, M. M., 170 SUN-HERALD, HERALD SQUARE. NIGHT clerk for Immigrant Hotel; must speak few foreign languages, especially Italian: good salary. 4-0 west ua St.. SALESMEN. A SELLING ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN CREATED TO DEVELOP AN EXCEPTION ALLY PROFITABLE' 1'SOUTIIERN MANU FACTURING INDUSTRY; WE PROPOSE TO OPEN A NUMBER OF OFFICES IN THE EAST AND SOUTH AND WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR ENERGY, BRAINS AND SALE AniLITY; WE MUST HAVE MEN WHO ARE CAPABLE OF MASTER. ING OUR LINE OF WORK AND BECOM ING MANAGERS FOR OUR OFFICES. IF YOU HAVE CONFIDENCE IN YOUR ABILITY AND DESIRE TO EARN $1,000 A MONTH OR MORE CALL ROOM 1101, 10 W. 44TH ST., N. Y. CITY, SALE8MEN. We have unusual positions for three un usual men. The work Is permanent, high class and very profitable. Applicants must hate references ana prooi or amiiiy; CALL ROOM 1017. BRUNSWICK BUILDING, 225 5TII AVE. SALESMEN OF ABILITY. A firm of Investment bankers desires sev eral clean cut, go-getters of convincing per sonality to help market preferred stock of a company which conducts big athletic games In New York city: proposition easily sold as great profits are made from sports; sal ary or drawing account and liberal commis sion. Address S. W., P. O. box 372, City Hall Station, .Now York, SALESMEN. I want at once two men who are not afraid to work tnr a big future to assist me In the selling end of the business. ' Call Thursday and Friday between 10 nnd 4. Qulncy, 1482 Broadway, or ' phono Bryant 701, SALESMEN We are developing men to rep resent us ns salesmen, enabling them to earn $150 weekly. If you ore honest, pos sess nmbltlon and Initiative and the ability tn WALK AND TALK and tell the TRUTH, we will assure you permanency of -position with rapod advancement. Commission. Not insurance. Call dally 10 to 3, suite 1018, 25 West 43d st.t N. Y.: suite 1512 Flatlron Bldg.: suite 303, 152 Nassauet., N. Y.; suite 81, IG0' Montague st Bktyn.; suite 52, 150 Market st.. Newark. SALESMEN. We have an opening for 2 or 3 high grade security salesmen, who can produce, and who have been earning blK'money, to those who rqeet our re quirement an exceptional opportunity Is offered. For further particulars. SALESMEN A large Western corporation requires 5 or 0 additional salesmen for New York and vicinity, with every assurance of futuro advancement; men accustomed to earning $73 upward and 23 to 43 years of ngc. Apply Mr. Steffek, room 1208, 330 Broadway, 12 30 A. M. to 1 P. M. SALESMAN WANTED tn handle our leather belt rebuilding proposition; also sell our transmission and conveyor belts: fine oppor tunity to build up business for ivourself. Writs Peerless Belting Company, Qardenvllle, iLi: : SALESMEN, high grade, to sell a $1.73 article which every business man wants; only men capable of making $100 per week need apply; liberal commission. 'I MR. DKEMAN, 033 BPJPADWAY. SALESMAN who rJn drive car; drawing $30 to $40 and commission; splendid op portunity wholcinde s'illonery. Frank Levy, 4S3 Broadway. SOLICITOR, high grade, wanted for adver tising; opportunity forjtho right men to enrn from $10,000 to $20,000 a jeer on a strictly commission nnd bonus basis: leads will be furnished. Write giving particulars. j. -Ui: oun-ncram. ncraiq square. An ndvprtixBtnnnt in thn t.nt nnM Found columns of Ti7BSt7.V.l.VD.VJ3iT YORK HERALD offers a real possibility of rt covering your lost property. HELP WANTED MALES. SALESMEN WANTED. Our business demands expansion and we want twenty clean cut, honest and ambi tious meu (u lake the Standlsh Course In Scientific Salesmanship, now bring given In our various branch offices. They will be, taught the undet lying principles pf success ful salesmanship as applied to selling Stand lsh Service and will then be given a placo on our sales staff,, Tho positions mean V .unlimited monsymaklng possibilities, perma nency and rapid promotion to executive positions. C:i al either of our following branch offices) JOHN A. BTANDISH A C0 INC., 011 ST. JAMES PUILDINO, 2TH 8T. AND BROADWAY. 833 EAST 14DTH ST., BRONX, 32 COURT ST., BROOKLYN, ROOM 80i. SALESMEN. Did you ever stop to consider how much you could mako under Ideal circum stances? Perhaps you aro selling vnder mediocre conditions with Indifferent results. We nre offering a propoaltlon'whlch has resulted In an unusual and quick success to our men. If you havo confidence In yourself you will find ideal conditions and leads. APPLY W. C. BROWN, ROOM 603, 334 FIFTH AV 10 A. M. TO 12. SALESMEN. Our business demands expansion, and we want clean cut, honest and ambitious men In our salts force, t men of brain, sales ability, good appearance and personality; the positions mean unlimited money making possibilities and rapid pro motion to executive position. If you have confidence In your ability and desire to earn moro we havo a place In our force for you selling life Insurance. Call from- D to 5 Tiny day, ' Fred Kutschlnskt, Manager, 3870 Boulevard, near Savoys St.. West Hoboken, N. J. SECURITY SALESMEN This Is a chance Jor several high-grade men to make very large earnings. We are mar keting the securities of on In dustrial corporation which has made phenomenal earnings In the last 20 years manufactur ing a soft beverage. Our "can vass," showing the earnings of the company, Its record, the personnel of lis management. Its present dlstrlbutlpn and Its wido and well-laid plans for expansion all make easy the sale of Its securities to careful Investors, A number of men, now out, are making good In a big way. Wo have tiTTltory for several more, on n commis sion basis. If you think you can qualify, call upon or write to SILVERS. FRIED LANDER A SILVERS, Ul Broadway, New York. city. I Oft: , SHIP CARPENTERS (50) WANTED. OVERTIME EVERY NIGHT. APPLY WITH TOOLS READY FOR w6riC CRANE'S SHIPYARD. FOOT OF COLUMBIA ST., ERIE BASIN, BROOKLYN. BPECIAL OPPORTUNITY. We want the man who la tired of standing still and whose prospects are limited by the scope of hl business or Ms employer's In telligence; for the man that will qualify there Is a big future ahead tor him. Call after 10 A. M., Room 15, 301 Fulton st., Brooklyn. STOCK SALESMEN TELEPHONE ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR IN COMET ARE YOU SOLD ON YOUR OWN PROPOSITION? CAN YOU IMAGINE ANY THING AS GOOD AS A STEEL ISSUE AT SUBSCRIPTION PRICE? IF YOU CAN PRODUCE BUSINESS CALL AT UNU1,, TO-UAV AJSU TO-5IORROW. OR rilONE CORTLANDT 5040 FOR APPOINT MENT. ROOM 202. 108 BROADWAY. STOCK SALESMAN WANTED To sell high class dividend paying stock Issue. First offering to the public. Com pany has assets of over $7,000,000. Only high high class relliblo man, with references, need apply. Liberal commission: exclusive territory. Room 1(111, 20 Broad St., N. Y., or phone Rector 2003. STOCK salesmen to sell balance of common stock In Industrial plant: the money to be used to buy! supplies to take care of addl. ttonal orders tn hand; you can take your clients to our pisnt, wnicn win snow over 40 dividend. Telephone 7334 Barclay, room 724. Woolworth Building. STOCK SALESMAN . to sell portion of Increase of capital stock of company manufacturing; high grade motor trucks for nine years; no preferred stock: commission basis only: none but experienced Valesmen need apply. See Mr. Bentley, sixth Iioor. no., .un av. U.UUJV .1 1 H X-.1 ,,,, of proved ability nnd Integrity, both of which must bear Investigation, otherwise don't waste your tune; we will make excellent contract with tho first 5 men who can qualify. Call 1 to 5 P. M., room 303, 1517 Uroadway. STOCK SALESMEN. two, with clientele, for exceptional producing niviaenu pmjiiih nuiu. oee Mr. rilz Gerald, suite 011, 1263 Broadway. Tenna. 0005. STOCKROOM assistant; automobile experi ence necessary; hours, 7:30 to 3:30; state references nnd salary expected. V., 1330 Sun-Herald Harlem. STOCK saksmrn wanted to sell listed nnd . . 1 1 , ,1 .n.i.r.l I.. rr..w nhn.m . . uiii.a,t-u .... " ,'ku.mj, umry unu commission. See Mr. Mendelsohn, care J. C. Itablner. 1813 Broadway. SUCCESS 18 WITHIN YOUR REACH DONT SAY YOU . NEVER HAD THE CHANCE. NYQU ARE THE MAN WE WANT. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR FA8T EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN. IF YOU ARE HONEST, AMBITIOUS AND INI DUSTRIOUS, AGED 21 TO 33, WE HAVE AN OPENINO FOR YOU WITH EXCELLENT PAY AND A WONDERFUL FUTURE. ACT OUICKLY. APPLY BY LETTER ONLY. N. L.. 303 SUN-HERALD, UPTOWN. VOUCHER CLERK. Ijirge organliatlon offers unusual oppor tunity to experienced voucher derk: sjate age, experlenco and salary expected tn full detalL Post Offlc Box 3S1, downtown. J HELP WANTED--MAtEg. WANTKnmrm Hrnronr. nmnniTlil.Ta LEARN THE INSURANCE BUSINTMSjl MUST BE GOOD APPEARANCE AND UVH J HOME; PERMANENT POSITION AND , HMlULAH ADVANCEMENT TO CLUAIV CUT YOIINO MAN SALARY 20. ATM DRESH BY L17TTER ONLY, FOX A PXEIU WANTEl Reliable solicitor to take sub S'Tlpllom for Important Oriental export)! piibllcnllon; Ilbernl commlssloni splendid opj pnrtunlty for Intelligent man of middle agi nr oTor 10 seruro dignified connection, ap j llv It. L. McLean, Jr room 403, 1 Wesu i 3llh st. J . WOODWORKER, experienced mnn on auto I mobile lxdy repair work; good wages and Jou, Apply carvan coacn-works, 14 iiwiun nr. WANTED IN THK tf. P. MERCHANT MARINE FIREMEN SEAMEN MESSMEN. GREEN MEN TRAINED FOR THESE POSITIONS. Wi-FIUEMFN ..f...1.'. 73.0fl SEAMEN 03.00, MESSMEN 70 00 HOARD AND QUARTERS FREE: PARE PAH! TO TRAINING STATION I'UALIHCATIONH! AMERICAN CITIZEN, AGES, 18-25, RRINO BIRTH CEnTtFiaATH -J WEIGHT: FIREMEN. 140 POUNDS AND "i.u; BKAMKN AND MESSMEN, 1 POUNDS AND OVER. JOIN NOW AND BEE THE WORLD, APPLY TO U. 8. SHIPPINO BOARD, RECRUITING SERVICE, 23 PARK, PLACE, N. Y. i i ,11 J YOITMll MAW nrt Tr n VITA II a Experienced stenographer and typist, wltri ability to warrant training for responsiblo position. Unusual opportunity for Christian to connect with nggreeslvo ond established CO.-poratlonT- Advancement ensured, neeordi showing experience necessary for consldera tloi of application. Initial salary (100 Pf f iiiiiiiwi. r.. tu.i min-uerniii. OUNO man In offlro of largo manufattun; Ing plsnt In New York city, Christian con-j rem, to mako himself generally useful; one. who wishes to learn the business; salary $18 r per weok to start: stato experience, If apyi references required. M. Y 212 Sun-Herald! : llerqld square. y YOUNG mnn as assistant In parts depart"! ment of motor truck concern; experience; necessary: hours, 7:30 to 0:30: state referr nces and salary expected. V 1323 8in,, Herald Harlem. i YOUNG man wanted by large manufacturing' iviyuiuwun an lieau allies uoy uim manv himself generally useful; opportunity fcr Immediate advancement. O,, 208 Bun-Her aid. Herald square. ' YOUNG man, 18 to 20, Christian, wanted In real estate offlcs; experienced preferred! state salary expected, B. G 188 Sun-Herald iieraiQ square S STOCK SALESMEN n.ay connect with Wall St. house financing parent concern owning 0 local stores; paying t dividends; expanding rapidly; local directors; . large number of direct, Interested leads; un-! usual cooperation; largo Income and perma-' nent work. Mr. Stokes, 72 Wall at. . ' DESTRUCTION. LEARN TO BE A CI IAUFFEUR Pleasant. and profitable work: day and evening classes. Send for free booklet and visitor's pass. West Side Y. M. C. A 301 West. 57th st. . !'t uujjujljiuuu umivuiu, . Domestic Help Wanted. BUTLER, second, third, useful men, coupler Llda 86018 Agency, 88 West 52d. AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE. J APPERSON, sport special, silver model; gen tleman must sacrlflco best looking car.' In New York: best mechanical condition: all new tires: disk wheels and many extras; original cost $5,200; can be had for $3,200. Phono or call. ROTH, Bretton Hall Hotel.' ABSOLUTE Bargain Jeffory, 1P17, excellent condition, repainted nnd retired this sum mer: touring. 'Phono Fordham 3732, during day: demont ration: xn.'u. BODIES: "UP-TO-DAT E" Jandorf's Body Department, 430 West Mlb, Cadillacs, Hudsons, Packards, Stevens Duryeas, Lexingtons, Loxllfs, Iteos, Pierce Arrows, Chalmers, FranUlns. 8tutios. Mar mons. Nations, Oldsmoblles, Coles, Buldkl, I.anclas, Mercers, De Dions, Wlnlons, Ford Runabouts nnd Suburbans. At Remarkably Reasonable Prices I BUICK. Sedan: 7-pasengcr; 1017: excellent condition; sell reasonable: new cord tires; telephone M., Audubon 10201. O201, Sun Herald, Herald square. CADILLAC. . ', 1020 cabriolet, special body. Just received from builder: never used; colors dark blue with tan cloth lining. For further Informa tion LnrolytoPJabox212:Ner COLE, tight, runabout; latesp model: lnj medlato delivery: substantial reduction1. from list price. B., 1074 Bun-Herald. Ful ' ton st. - CRANE 8lmplcx, 31. Imllt to special order 1017 at cost of $23,000; thoroughly recon ditioned: speed 5 to SO mllei on high gear; built: sporty lines; going abroad; real saoih built: sportv lnes: gong abroad: real Kae? liflre. $0,500. Commodore-Blllmore GaragA,r 323 East 44th. Demonstrate Thursday,Uol phone Closter 33fl. , ESSEX. LEAVING town, must sell Enscx 1020 roadster: practically new, fully equipped. Call between 10 and 12 A. IS. Rector z.o. FORDS, plenrure and commercial; prompt f dellKy; time payments arranged. Rockwell, Phone Wadsworth 8413-Bayslde 412-W. rr t l ORD tourings cars, 1917 and 1018, like new; sacrifice. ROOFER, 880 Fulton St., Brdajy, r lyn. rnone rrospeet nn... HUPMOBIILE. 3-passenger, Al condltKUjjC electric ngnt ana starter. Appuinuuem um Tremont 2557. JACKSON Sport Car.gooa as new, run least than 3,000 miles: finest condition; very beautiful; cost $3,500; will sacrifice for cash 1".40Q: private party. Greeley 2482. MERCER raceabout, perfect condition. Phone Rrvant 6112. MUST sacrifice my seven passenger touring ear: in pwi"' t'"i iSi. ' nnnolntment. Tel. Beekman 7831. OWEN magnetic, Healy lan., 1,500 miles? also uwen mag., nuiw,wo, 2.v. :r' vt , sacrifice. R. A. HOPKINS. 53 Llbortyjit. Rector 2824. 2fJ PACKARD Twin Blx. late 1018: first class St., New OTK EUjr. . i.m .'--I-. STANLEY STEAM CARS. One 1017 B passenger touring, newly painted. One 1020 7 passenger touring car. T e; C. SCHMIDT, 238 Central av Newark, N. J. rnone Market 2170. mrrz for sale, six passenger touring; 18 valves: run about 0.500 miles j perfect con- . n.ion- fan extra wheels, all new enrd shoes! m. .' - nwwv.wnRrtn. 2408 RroadwaT. a oarBuui. " . , " ' j Tel. 4911 Riverside. Motor Trucks. FORD truck, chain drive. 1918 Ford deify e?E top, panel body: sacrifice. ROOFER, ggO ridlnn St.. urnoKiynr i retvi iui.j. . win RAI.E-Garford 5 ton motor dump trucK, ti sno BELL t K1LCULLEN. phone In tervale W. 3 MOTOR Trucks. Former United States Oov.j Vrnment trucks, various slies and makes,? .nM as Is" or reconditioned. Further tie-J u is from KAHN BROS., 3fl South Broad--; RV. Vonkrri. N. Y. rnore lonncrs , TTrpTTnLIC 314 ton, fine working condition?.; "will U che'ap. JIASKEL, 07 IlarrlW place, Brooklyn. Telephone Stagg 754. l-or sure. PAD1LLAC, 1018, seven-paseengor landnuletf' $5 hour; day. week, month. Columbus W70j , SHIR BY TRUCK. ' . nur trucks make dally trips to all points In' tine York State, Connecticut, Rhode Island. Massachusetts. Pennsylvania, Maryland and Washington. D. C: also dally trips to New York and Philadelphia: your goods are in .red against fire, damage or theft whlls la transit Write or phone. Estimates cheer tully lHr-UAJ.sr0nTATl0f co v warren place, Newark. Pliono Market Ofttti K'lttit aim ou j ....... tz-iRAL nnd long distance, fl to 5 ton truck! ta rate-Treasonable. O'REILLY TRUCKING CO. M Wc,t !1Un cheI"1 K0- tVkAL "and lore distance hntiling; new truck", one to live tons capacity, body, t. ...... mnnii,lv or yearly contract. Address owner. M. E., 1358 Broadway. ' ' 1 v Automobile Instruction. :A AUTO INSTRUCTION. Owners, Chauffeurs, Mechanics, Salesmsa. WEST SIDE Y. M. C. A., S01 West B7th St., New Yor"U Ct bpoklot and com. Special Udisr'cUusa. Ill