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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,
KELP WANTED MALZ
OARDBNER-Thoroughly experienced all
work on gentleman's mi.nf. year round
position, first class reference naceaiary
Addreaa n. II.. Rosimnnt Farm, Cedar Hill
Albany Comity. N. T.
GARDENER, niarrlfl. in. children, fur iron
Hitman' oatatc In West. luster county; all
year round position, references required
lata experience anil aalary expected. R.
120 Hun Herald, Harald mar.
GROCERY MANAGER or iwpr rlntondent ;
thoroughly expcricnc-n to ink,' marge or a
group or n torea; musi sicauy, rename
ambitious and capahk' of handling and de-
eldInK iiuoatloni on his own Initiative; muat
b able to l.andlr help suoeeasf uly ; Khali
require strict referencea, particularly an to
honeaty: a good opportunity for the right
man. Wrlic, riving bi U-r outline of expe
rience, age and approximate aalary required
to atari. Address uox g in.' nun Herald
Herald Square,
HAND PRESS OPERATOR for photo.
gelatine printing: good wagcf.
tteady position; real chance tot ad
vancement. Writ i', atatlng age, ex
perlnc, Ac, llox 1, aid Kinney
Building, Newark, N. J.
HOUSEMAN and vacuum mnni wage $20
per weak I no rncnla. Hotel Bristol, 12.
WW 4flth.
IT TOU WANT TO MAKE MONET.
lata nf It legitimately It will pay you
to viewer thta advertlaement. Von do
ot have to hava experience In our
Una. We have rcaourcea of nearly a
million dollare, have been In bUIUlMI
11 yeara and can give high class bank
reference. Wn wnnt a man of good
character, equipped with ordinary
common aanae, In every community to
assist ua In aelllng atocka widch will
tand rigid Investigation. If Inter
ested, please write ua Immediately and
we will atiBwcr promptly. Adrireaa
alee Manager, P. O. Uox D8, In
iUnapolls, Ind.
t want 100 men and women quick to take
orders for Comer raincoats and waterproof
aprons, everybody buys; MeCrary's profits
last year were A, 218; new style, wonderful
bargains, direct from manufacturer to
wearer; Barnes made $523 In 30 days; tre
mendous profits for you; $2,800 a year for
three average orders a day: 110 a day for
your apare time; no delivering nor collect
ing; no capital required; I furnl h every
thing, Including a beautiful sample coat;
writ quick for liberal offer. The Coiner
Mfg. Co., Dept. 0 155, Dayton, Ohio.
JANITOR. superintendent, Al white man
with references: handy with tools; walk-up
house, 30 families, on Washington Height.
Call (Sunday or Monday, Socolow Realty Co.,
1440 Madison av.
JANITOR, October 1, 48th t. houao; ex"
Miienced man,' with small family, give
gafarences and salary expected.
Harald, Herald square.
LAPIDARY, flret clasa. Apply A. Ramsey,
BO Wast 32d,
LEARN TO IH A CHAUKFEUh-Pleesa.it
and profitable work, day and evening
class. Bend for frea booklet and visitor's
pas. West Bid T. M. C. A., 301 Wil
Kth t.
HELP WANTED MALE.
PAPER CUTTER,
exporlenred on
Century cutter.
8ybold Twentieth
Forty-eight hour per wek.
Night work.
Thomas A. Edlaon, I ml . No, 43,
Lakoatdn av., Weat Orange, N. J,
TAY ROLL CLERK.
Chrltlan firm haa a aplendld opening for
wideawake young man over 20 yeara. of age;
mnat havo underatandlng of bookkeeping, ho
quick at flgurea end poaaea the ability to
take care of pay roll Involving large uma;
past record must bear strict Investigation ;
write fully In first letter, stating age, reli
gion, bust experience In detail and aalary
dcalrcd. P. R. O., 13r,ll Ilroadway.
PHOTOENOR AVER Llh and halftonTpho-
Uic.rnpli.-r wanted; nlirhl work : unto
office; good working rnndltlnn. Annie fore.
man enitravlitit datjartnu nt. Ann net ni
York Herald, 280 Hi nail way.
PORTER.
Man with exoerlence In funeral i,
Reference, required: snot! steudv nnltloo'
Apply Tuesday, aide, entrance.
Kl'RZMAN,
HrTn ave. & :iuth
FORTIUS,
NIGHT AND LAY WO II K I
CAPABLE MEN ONLY APPLY; SALARY
2.1, ALL APPLICATION! RECEIVED
AFTER o a. M.i TrrEHDA y.
MARTIN'S.
PULTON, COR, BRIDGE ST.. BROOKLYN,
I'll Y.1H IAN, n glatcred, fanillln r "Itli scalp
and hnlr treatment, nsslst attorney, hear
ing In Washington, Phone Fordhnm r208.
PORTER Wantld ; siron nian for wholaaala
dry goods houao; state references and sal-
air expectod to Permanent, 710 Bun-Herald,
-80 Broadway.
P(iltTBUfor RE av. retail store, white.
brtwt.n 40 and 50 years nf an,', with Al
references; permanent porltlon and good aal
ary. CaJl Tuesday, between 2 and 5 P. M.,
Meyrowltr, 520 r.th av.
PRINTINO SALESMEN.
Oood opportunity for progi easlve sales
men to be connectod with no up to date,
progressive concern; a brand new plant,
constating of clylnders. linotypes, bindery
and automation; must command some
trade to bo considered ; will he treated
confidential; commission or salary. O.,
(U Bun-Herald, 2X0 Uroadway.
HELP WANTED MALE.
SALESMEN.
CAN YOU HELM
WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR ONE
OH TWO CLEAN HI T, ENERGETIC
YOUNG MEN, WHOM WE WILL FI
NANCE, WITH COMMISSION, AS
MANAGERS OF HRANCH HOUSES
IN A PROMINENT AND HIGHLY
l l:i '1 ITAIILE BUSINESS OK THEIR
OWN; THE MEN WE REEK MUST
HE AIM.) TO MEET 1NVK8TORH;
THEY WILL HE PROUD TO HE AS
SOCIATED WITH OUR OFFICE AND
1T8 EST A 14 1 IHHHI' AND RESIdJQCT
Ell NAME; WE ARE UNDERWRIT
ERS 0.' SOUND. DIVIDEND PAY
ING SECURITIES, WHICH ALLOW
A LA ROE RETURN I'UOM THE
FIRST AND WHICH MAKE GOOD
FOR SALESMEN; MEN WITH EX
PERIENCE IN THE BF.CI'lUTIES.
INSURANCE OR REAL ESTATE
LINE PREFERRED: STATE FULL
DETAILS IN FIRST LETTER,
APPLY I, H., UOX 372. CITY HALL
STATION. NEW YORK.
SALESMAN.
I WILL MAKE ROOM IN OUR ORGANI
ZATION FOR A SALESMAN WHO 'AN
4JUAI.IFY STRICTLY AS TO CHARACTER
AND SALES ABILITY. IF HE WILL COME
TO UB I WILL OFFER HIM WORK THAT
18 DIGNIFIED AND CONGENIAL AND A
POSITION IN Willi II UK WLL LEARN OF
IMS REAL VALUE. THIS IS PERMANENT
AND WITH A SPLENDID INCOME AT
THE START AND AN EXECUTIVE POSI
TION AS A REWARD TOR CONSISTENT
EFFORTS. OPEN MONDAY ALL DAY.
CALL AT ROOM 1017,
22.1 f.TII AV.
SALESMAN,
Your pot of gold Isn't at the end of any
rainbow. It' right at hand In the opportu
nity this "ad" offers you, whether you are
experienced In saUstiKLnshlp or not, to par
ticipate In. a sales rampulgn that holds m-
mcaiatl nig money reward and early ad
vaneement to nianngerlal rank for every mun
who need nig money, who Is willing to follow
methods sure to make hlni n proved produ i f
and who la eacr to tie up to a proposition
mm orrers mm pi-rmuucntiy satisfactory pay
and poaltlon. We want especially men who
are old enouph to have developed hrnsdmlnd
edneas. Personal Interview nvallablo any
time between 10 and 8, riKim 204, 110 West
40th at. Ak for Mr. Augusilne.
"UNQUALIFIED APPROVAL"
While you are swelling with pride at your friend's
remark about your generous impuUee you are apt to
be brought back to earth in the same breath by an
admonition to guard against them. Unqualified
approval is rare. An interesting example of it, how
ever, is told in the following letters
I 607 Wont 24th Street, New fork Oitv,
f Auguat 14, 1(120.
k THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,
Herald Square, New York. j
I Sinco cliooi-ing the Kundsliod Room minimis of your payor
k for my advertising I have boon successful In procuring most
dialrobln guests.
Y ou have my unqualified approval and support.
I Very truly yoi.ra,
J (Mrs.) J. ANDERSON.
The unconditional indorsement In the above letter
of The Sun and New York Herald's Furnished Room
' columns represents scores of other letters recommend
ing the various classifications running in this publi-
cation. Try it.
xi i uum pr Annn
I I ClCpilUllC a I. vvvv
HELP WANTED MALE.
YARD MASTERS.
The Lehigh Valley Railroad require 8
yard manor at once. Apply to Superin
tendent N. Y. Division. Jersey City.
TOTfNG MAN' AS JUNIOR
ASSISTANT TO MANAGER
of retail woman' apcclitlty stum, on
who ha some office experience In thla
line preferred ; alo tenngraphy add type
writing would he desirable; glvo particu
lars of former employment and salary
opected, by mall only. Address
Confidential, room 852, 1328 Droadway.
YOUNG MAN, 18-20, TO WORK IN SHIP
PING DEPARTMENT; CHANCE FOR AD
VANCEMENT. CALL 0 A. M LUDWI'l
HAUMANN A CO., BTH AV., ULOCK a.VTIl
TO 3UTII BT.
PURCHASING agent, an active and tireless
worKer. experienced tn steel products, and
hose experience fits him to he real assist-
ant to a busy executive. N 100 Sun-IIirald,
ivraia square.
L.. 279 Sun-
LEDGER CLERK
lor customers' ledger with department store'
or similar experience; must be good penmnu
and capable of hamtUnK good sl.ed ledger
state referencea, salary desired, 4c: steady
sltlon to one who qualifies. ,v, 114 Hun
erald, Herald Sq.
LINEN SALESMEN.
L 8. PLAUT A
NEWARK,
CO.,
N. J.,
want experienced saleamen for their
Bnen department; good salary and an
unusual opportunity for those who
qualify. Apply employment office,
wcond floor, or by letter.
LUMBER Inspector wanted (experienced) for
large retail yard; good position to right
man. Box 123, suite 406, 110 West 34th st.
MEN.
BACKBONE! MEN
BETWEEN THE AGES
OF TWENTY-FIVE AND SIXTY
are ambitious to make a name for
thoniselves, who are aelltng, hav been aell
Ing or have never sold anything at all but
belleva they ran do anything other have
don provided they are given the same
opportunity, will find thla organisation open
to them to this extent, viz.:
W will spar no time nor expense to train
jau, provided you are open minded.
W will train you within three tn six days
an that you can earn from $100 per week up.
W will give you dally Injunction while
you are aelllng until you promote yourself
to a Sale.i Manager.
Then we will not hold you there, providing
the "stuff" Is In you, for there Is room at
tha top for the man with th goods.
JOHN A. BTANIUSH A CO.. INC.
Branches :
ST. JAMES
BUILDING, 26TH
WAY. ROOM 911.
A BROAD-
BABVET BUILDING, 355 EAST 14BTH ST.,
BRONX, ROOM 208.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING. 82
COURT ST.. BROOKLYN, ROOM 804.
SUPERB BUILDING, 128 MARKET ST.,
NEWARK, N. J.. ROOM 200.
PUBLIC SOU ARB,
ISARRK, PA.. ROOMS 28-24.
PUNCH prtaa hand; teady work. Dicta
graph Product Corp., Rockuway road,
L. I.
RECEIVING department, young man; muat
he experienced ; good salary: steady poiil
tlon. Brill Hros.. 1HH Broadway, at 4Mh at.
REPRESENTATIVE DOO l bo a wage earn
er; he a profit builder on your own founda
tion; no Investment required, simply iv man
on the square: home or New England trrl
lory. Producers, lo;n Quebec av.. Cleveland.
SALESMEN!
Is Thla the One lllir Opportunity
of Your Business Career?
It unquestionably Is If you are a real sales
man and not n.erely an "order taker."
We are now organizing a sales force, which
we purpose to make the one shining evamp'e
of wliat a live wire organization ahouhl be.
if after three months with us your enmities
do not equal or exceed one thousand dollar
per month you will be requested to resign,
for we do not want one of our permanent
force to be leaa than a twelve thousand
dollar per year man.
Due to the nature of our business and the
condltlona surrounding same, the men who
are now earning from three to five hundred
dollars per month In the ordtnary channels
of aelllng should, with the came effort and
ability, easily earn with us our minimum.
Our requirements aro a clean-cut per
aonallty of unquestioned honeaty and Integ
rity. Wo want men who have such a record
of past performance as to at least prove
that they have the qualifications of a real
salesman. We do not want either a "has
been" nor a "never w as," but we are willing
to back to the limit the man who can prove
to us that he Is a "comer."
Our proposition Is one of dignity. - In your
work you will De ttacxea ty a group or eucn
of the hlKirest men In this country, who are
staking their rapital. effort and reputation
upon the future of thla buslneea.
The witter of this advertisement la a man
who has risen from the ranks of Balesman
hlp. He knows full well that It Is tuat a
difficult for the salesman of ability to find
the rlcht connection as It is for the proposi
tion of merit to find the representative who
Is worthy.
If you ean "prove up" to us. we will more
than "prove up" to you. In answering, give
enough detail regarding youreolf to Justify
an interview. All answers held in atrlct con
fidence. ADDRESS OPPORTUNITY. BOX H 631.
SUN-HERALD. 280 UROADWAY.
SALESMEN.
Life's great objective the pinnacle of hope,
the ultimate of deslie. the goal of success
towards which all endeavor leads In UN
DERSTANDING. Without obligation to you
we will assist you Into the $10,000 earnl: c
o$as by tralnlnR you Into the knowledge of
walking and talking and telling the truth;
Interview confidential. Call 10 to 4 dally,
SUITE 1014, 2.'. W. 43D 8T
Suite 1M2, Flat Iron llldg. : suite 301, 132
Nassau It.) suite 84. I0d Montague St.,
U'klyn; suite 32, 150 Market St., Newark.
SALESMAN WANTED
Tuesday nlfgjit at 7 30 I am starting;
a class in salesmanship; we teach you
the science of selling and if you qual
ity we place you on our aalea force;
remember thla coats you nothing.; ex
perience not necessary as our course
I thorough ; be here at 220 Weat 42d
t., Selwyn Theatre Bldg., room 204.
SALESMEN.
A thoroughly eatahllshed oil company of
high reputation has decided tn raise addi
tional capital for more rapid development
of Its properties. For thli purpose we aro
desirous of adding three high class aecurlty
salesmen to our staff; unusual opportunity
for men with a following In New Jersey.
Long Island and New York city: liberal com,
mission but no drawing account) will be
,ald to those w ho can qualify, with an op
portunity to form permanent connections In
the oil huslneaa. For appointment phono
Bryant 404S.
HELP WANTED MALE.
SALES MANAGER
AND
SALESMAN.
In Greater New York there I a
man we want whn Is tired of tho
ordinary soiling or 'managing Job,
who ha the backbone ant deter
mination to t'et uhead; we need
him to manage our New York aalea
department. He will be given a
truinliiK In all brandiea of llio In
vestment and underwriting busl
00 and paid a 'ommlsalon of $100
to ii.i. w.'ill selling In the field
and a a manager $10,000 loinmls
lona per annum. The man who
reads this ad and believes he nn
quullfy i, , ... with paiilculaii
aa to himself, to b. S. M.. Post
Office box 372, City Hall Station,
New York.
HELP WANTED MALE.
STENOGRAPHER AND LINGUIST
(Christian).
Must he Al English stenographer, able
to read, write and apeak French, Ger
man, Spanish and Italian fluently.
Christian coal corporation haa Imme
diate and permanent opening for all
ambitious, well educated. Indefatigable
worker In Its New York offices and
travelling In Europe with executive
leaving for Continent October, return
ing U. S. A. next August. Prefer un
married U. B. cltlien. Reply compre
hensively. Pleaau attach this adv.
Sulary $r0 plus travelling uxpensea.
Permanent.
DOUHARCO, 303 5th av., N. T. O.
BALES '
ORGANIZATION
having Juat completed th sale of
stock In a $10,XiO,oj0 oil company,
la in the murket to handle entire
Issue of an Al promotion.
Must stand closest Investigation.
We have over 30 salesmen and can
furnish best of referencea.
Address box 10U, 1308 Broadway.
SALESMEN. EXPERIENCED; LARGE
COMMISSION HOUSK BULLING LINKS
OF FURNITURE FPUC1ALS. WOODKN
WARE. HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND TOYS
ACQUAINTED WITH UUYKP.S Ttrnrktmu!
sax suuuijb WEBT; dig OPPOBTuNITl
FOR RIGHT MAN. SALARY OR fiOMins.
BIUN. 8. A.. 21 6UN-HERALD. HERALD
WUalABJ)
STOCK SALESMAN.
I want two men to aaalat m In th
sale of oil stock. Thla Is my com
pany, drilling on my own property,
have a well down twenty-three hun
dred feet, snowing oil of a very high
gravity. There are producing walls
within one hundred feet of thla lease
which are on Bailey property. Thla
Is an unusual opening for a man of
good addresa, atrong personality and
not afral ' to ire lit nerqy; ahoujd
they prove their efficiency, will ba
given a nice block of stock. Thomas
Fleming wire or phone. J. Ed.
IlaUey, Anannla Hotel, Anbury Park,
N. J.
SALESMEN,
HIGH GRAPE. TO BULL DrVTDKNO
PAYING SECURITIES; DOTH OUTS ID IB
AND TELEPHONE MEN : INITIATIVE
AND ABILITY ABSOLUTELY ESSEN
TIAL: SALARY AND COMMISSION TO
PRODUCERS. WRITE OR OAI.L
BUTTE 801. 132 NASSAU 8TLEE1.
MEYER BUILDING
WILKBS
MAN AND
as Iraflar and maid In 9 room bachelor
Apartment 1 no other servants: permanent
position . highest refornoa required as
to Integrity and ability.
W. M.. 774 Run-Herald. 201 Broadway.
MAN TO MAKE HIMSELF GENERALLY
USEFUL IN FURNITURE WAREHOUSE ;
STEADY POSITION. CALL 0 A. M., LUD
WIG BAUMANN A CO., 8TH AV BLOCK
gSTH TO 38TH ST.
VAN, good education, personality, over 28,
gall nigh grade educational proposition;
choice of torroa; permanency; unusual op
portunity financially and for rapid advanco
mont; experience unnecessary: manager
wanted. Box 700. 1S58 Broadway.
MAN to aell highest quality tree, ahrub.
rotes, plant; weekly pay: permanent.
Brown Brother Nurse rte. Rochester, N. Y.
fiANT
tout, wanted, of about 48 yeara, to
Studio 1207, Carnegie Bldg,
MEN, age 17 to 53; experience unnecessary;
travel; make secret Investigations, reports:
salaries; expenses. American Foreign D-
tectlva Agency, 507 St. Louis. '
MEN wanted for detective work, experfArWja
unnecessary. Write J. Ganor, former Cor-
rnment detective.. Danville. RL
OFFICE EXECUTIVE and correspondent for
trade publication; handle help, large pro
motion mall: capable publication man: write
full particulars, mention aalary. O, 984 Sun
Herald. Fulton st.
OFFICII by with large wholesale rubber
house: references required; state salary
KBMted. Address
City Hall Station.
M. L.. P. O. box 1160,
OFI1UB BOY wanted In prrvat nankin
Doom; age 16 to 19. Reply, giving ag.
reference and aalary expected.. X. B , P. O
box 872, City Hall Station.
OFFICE BOT The Amerlcaji Thermo Bottle
Company have an opening for a bright
sfflco boy; good chance for advancement.
Apply No. 85 W. Slat at.. 10th floor.
Off 1U1I BOYS, age 14 to 16: large down
town concern: advancement. Address P.
Q. box 828, City Hall Station, N. Y, ,
Off ICE boy In office of Hoboken manu
fActurera. T. J., 817 8un-Herald, 280
Broadway.
OffTICB BOT, law office,: state ag. educa
tion, aalary. H . 647 Sun -Herald, 280
Breadway.
OIL LEASE SALESMAN WANTBb-fcxperi-enoed
men er W Olden; see Mr. KrKeown.
jg. Lexington Av, Monday. Phone Murray
SALESMEN.
If you are a gentleman and know
how to tell the truth In a convincing
manner, wo have room for you In our
organisation, which Is national In
acope; earnings run from $60 to $200
per week and more with a manageri
al poaltlon as the reward for consist
ent effort; give age and phone num
ber. Write box 182, 910 Brokaw
Building.
SALESMAN wanted, specialty. A rare
opportunity knocking at your door.
Call on T. M. Ambler (B. B. Neal
Hardware Co., Inc.), 117 Leonard at.,
near Lafayette St., New York city,
on Sept. 6 and 7, or write or phone
tor special appointment.
SALESMEN.
Experienced security salesmen to handle
high cla-se, meritorious proposition on com
mission baals; energetic men will find a
ready market and an Income commensurate
with ability and effort. Call Room 2220, 61
Broadway.
SALESMEN SECUR ITIES.
seeking reputablo oil securities for
eale on commission basts, with big
opportunity; holding valuable proper
ties In Allen county, Kan., we can
use several additional saleamen who
actually have a clientele to whom
they will present this opportunity
truthfully. Addreaa Box BIS. 217
7th AV.
SALESMEN.
Two high grade, of executive Ability,
to connect permanently with New
York office of concern doing
tlonal business- aplendld future;
erences required, can room 294,
ropolltan Tower.
e
4. Mjt-
RALESMAN.
If you are manly, honest and efficient you
can secure with u a poaltlon where earnings
will bring you $100 a week and more. You will
Have the cooperation of an experienced man
ager and association with a live, efficient
rale organization. If you can demonstrate
ability thla will lead to a position a man
ager, with larger Income. CaU 9 JO A. M
to 1 P. M., Room 1208. Sjj Broadway.
SALESMEN wanted to preaent atandard
medical books to physicians only. We have
Juat laaued and now have In prepratlon many
new booke that are meeting wlrh pronounced
favor. Successful books mean succeaaful
salesmen: good Income, agreeable occupation:
permanent, exclusive, protected territory
when you have proven your ability. Address
with fullest details and business references,
J. B. Llpplncott Co , Philadelphia. Pa.
SALESMEN
to me that you are 100 truetworthv
and I will give you a legitimate, high class
permanent poaltlon witn a real ruture, pay
ing an income that will exceed your fondest
hope and in a business to which you Are or
can be adapted with a short training. Con
vince me and you are set for All time. An
swer In confldenoe, giving phone number. Ad
dree. T MS un-H.rsld, Herald equar.
SALESMAN.
A prominent hnuae manufacturing women's
neckwear, ruffling, aprona, Ac, wants an
experienced and well acquainted representa
the to cover Chicago to Omaha; one resid
ing In Chicago preferred: correspondence
strictly confidential. P., 88 Sun-Herald,
Herald square.
8ALHEMAN WANTED.
Forceful salesman can make $500
and upward per week now during our
financial campaign and at the same
time qualify for big position In our
organization. Cameron Motor Cor
poration, I Columbus Clrrle.
SALESMAN.
If 860 to $100 a week would appeal to you,
with an opportunity to make aeveral tlmea
a much After learning the work, and you
have real ambition, punch and determina
tion, we cad offer you a permanent Job with
the chance of a lifetime to come Into an Im
portant managerial position. Call Mr
Thomson. 607 5th av., room 002.
SALESMAN
boye' blouses and shirts for Iowa, Nehraaka
and Kanra; must have had experience In
tills territory. Apply Wednesday, September
S only.
Room 638. Fifth Avenue Building
200 Fifth Avenue, .
New York City, N. Y.
SALESMEN We are" expanding our biielne
of distributing X-RAY and all other
ELECTRO-MEI'IC AL APPARATUS and
SUPPLIES, and re iulre several additional
rvpreaentativea In very productive territory.
Splendid opportunity for live wire saleamen
with experience In X-RAY Installations.
Write fully, ntatlng age, experience. Ac.
KRONENPERC, X-RAY A SUPPLY CO.,
527 N. Howard Street.
Ba'Mmore, Md. ,
SA i7f.SMEN WANTED
FOR NEW ENGLAND STATES BY LABOir
AND PROGRESSIVE LACE MANITFAC
TfUER. THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
SALESMEN IN LACE HNF.8- ONLY
THOSE WELL ACQt'AINTEP WITH THE
TRADE NEED APPLY P.Y LETTER ONLY
STATING AGE, EXPERIENCE AND REF
ERENCES: GOOD POSITION FOR THE
RIGHT MAN. THE AMERICAN LACE
MFC. CO.. Ill 5TH AV.
SALESMAN.
High grade security aaleaman wanted by
established Wall Street house to follow up
live leads; out of town territory: atart com
mission basla; unusually attractive Issue;
permanent connection and unlimited op
portunity for real producer. Phone Mr.
8ampon. John 6000 for appolntman'.
6ALRSMAN, EXPERIENCED IN BELLI NO
WOOD EN WARE, HOUSE FtTlNBHINOP
AND TOYS; ACQUAINTED WITH BUYERS
THROUOHOUT PENNSYLVANIA, OHIO,
INDIANA; SALARY AND COMMISSION
AM, ANSWERS TREATED 8TRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL. 8. O., 266 SUN-HERALD,
HERALD SQ.
SALESMEN TO HANDLE OCTCX 8ELL
I0 D1TOO ARTICLES. WHOLESALE,
RETAIL DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS
ROOM 810 TIMES BUILDINO.
S A LESMEN We want alx of th bet real
ecTiiity aleamen v can secure to handle
one of the most attractive Industrial Issue
ver put on tho market; your own territory
and liberal commission; let us tell you about
ir. an mornings, oetween 9 and 12. Signal
Mountain Coal Securities Corporation, 12th
iioor, ii weei omn st
SALESMEN Every State, calling on retail
dry good, notion and drug stores to aell
as aide line a small notion article which has
been Bucceaafully acid throughout the United
State and Canada during the past nineteen
years, high commlalon; apply by mall onlv.
New York Speclaltle Co., 944 Union av..
New York city.
SALESMAN ACER.
Progressive man wanted to grow with live
Investment house; former Incumbent In
Europe In our Interests; liberal commKilons
making earnings limited enly hy your own
efforts. Call room 709, 29 Liberty St., N. Y.
city.
SALESMAN for large real estate firm: one
who Is familiar with Brooklyn Industrial
or residential property: must have hnker
are experience: atrlct commission basis. Call
10 A. M.. Henry L. Nielsen, olflcea. 154
Nassau at.
SALESMEN (2). active, educated men for
special work In Pennsylvania and Con
necticut; weekly advance and commission.
Apply 10-1J, A. W. Rx., Dodd, Mead A Co..
440 4th av., 11th floor.
SALESMEN In the city wanted; only those
who have thorough knowledge of the allk
ribbon line and have established trade nee
apply. Call Tuesday. O. Mendelaon, 87 Er
28th at.
SALESMAN. Experienced Jc velry aaleaman
one who desires opportunity for advance
mint. Apply John Daley. 6M 8th a v.
STOCK SALESMAN Energetic alesman
w ith good reference, to sell atock In clean,
eatahllshed and responsible motor truck
manufacturing corporation now paying B
dividend; wunderful line up: strong aelllng
outfit: liberal commlsalon. For further par
ticulars and personal Interview addreaa
Nllea Motor Truck Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
YOUNG MAN, 16 to 20 yeara of age, wantid
by conservative bond house dealing only
Id Government and Municipal aecurltles.
mini be hlKh arhool graduate; good oppor
tunity for advancement; atAte aire, religion
and referenOAt, Addrcaa H., 680 Sun-Hernld,
"Fll Hroartwty,
YOUNG MAN WITH KNOW LE DO E OF
BOOKKEEPING AS ASSISTANT IN AC
COUNTING DEPARTMENT : EXCELLENT
OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT;
MUST HE NEAT IN APPEARANCE; RJJF.
ERENCES REQUIRED; SALARY $20
START. BOX 181. 200 CARLE BLDQ.
YOUNG man about 22 with sen of respon
MbUttft for retail coal bualneaa, at Tarry
town, N. Y. : good future: write, giving busl
rieae experience, referencea and aalary. O,
9112 Sun-Herald, Fulton st.
OUNQ MEN for" clrrlcnl positions In large
downtown hanking Institution; state ace,
education, experience and aalary dealred.
Addresa u. w., r. O. box 822. City Hall
niation, r.ew torn Uity.
YOUNG man to handle tools and do cicrha.
work In automobile hop; must have good
handwriting and be. quick to learn: state
full partlcuiare. V., 1303 Sun-Herald, Hnr
lon, Vol !NO man to assist In care and training
of boys; resident ponl'lon. Phone or
wrlle for appointment, Brooklyn Hebrew
Orphan Asylum, Z1W Ralph av., Brooklyn.
YOUNO man in broker' office to assist
.iislilir; must be typist and have beet ref
erences; state sulary. II., tkW Sun-Herald
280 1 1' way.
YOUNG men to handle auto Urea and tuhea;
in " monogram, attractive proposition;
agents wanted In every town. Write Tho.
P. Omsanl. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.
i'OtJNG man. college graduate, wanted by
large corporation for Inlere-itlng work; op
portunity for advancement. G. L., box 70.
Station D, New York.
YOUNG MAN,
18 to 20. for office work ir. naocr houae:
good chance for adviiiccmcnt. llo 17, miti
St. .famea Building.
YOUNG man, high school or college educa
tion, poaltlon outside ctty; aalary $1,800 or
more first year; rapid advancement. 8. IL,
llox 108, Station F, Manhnttan.
YOUNG man In real estate offleo: muat
underatand typewriting: state age. Ad
dress K., room ,12. 55 Uroadway.
STOCK saleamen, with good clientele, tn
handle limited amount exceptional good
Industrie! stock. N., 98 Sun-Herald, Herald
square.
STOCK rlork Wholesale lace louao offer
good opportunity In stock department for
bright, ambitious boy. Apply Case A Co.,
Inc., 117 5th av.
SUPERINTENDENT wanted by a Jewish
hospltnl, within city limit; unusual op
portunity for right man: good salary and
maintenance; stat qualifications. II., Box
1 188, 2914 3d av.
REAL estate office, mldtown section, re
quire the aervlcoa of active representative j
excellent opportunity; liberal commission:
no drawing. 'Corporation, box 387 8un-
llerahl.
TEACHERS: any subject: high' ichoola: col
leges: all States: $I,400-$3,OO0. Special
ists' Educational Bureau, Odeon llldg., St.
Loula, Mo.
1920 COLLEGE GRADUATE
who has DONE things,
who la able to stand on hla own,
who I AMBITIOUS and ENERGETIC,
who has INITIATIVE and AGGRESSION,
will find an excellent poaltlon by
Inquiring of
J. H. HUNTINGTON,
between 10 and 1 o'clock,
Suite 303-304,
105 West 40th st.
TERRITORY SALESMEN. -We want 150
capable men at once to i.ell new 12 pound
kerosene gas plant for kitchen and heating
stoves; men who can orgAnlX and pla-e
county sub-agent: this burner burns kero
sene, is sure, economical, quickly Installed;
wonderful eeller with coal high and acareo;
comniis-ions unusually liberal; atale terri
tory preferred. Write Wonder Burner Com
pany, 285 Iron st., Dayton, Ohio.
TOOL and dlemakers. first class, for small
interchangeable work. Dictograph Product
Corp, Rockaway road and Beaufort st
Jamaica, Ixing Island.
TRAVELLING aaleaman for th Catholic
Church goods business; only those thor
oughly experienced wtll be considered ; aplen
dld opening to the right party. C, 817 Sun
Herald. Fulton at.
TYPIST, hilling, Ac; teady position: state
experience and aalary. P. O. Box 1114.
WANTED SILK MILL MANAGER.
Pennsylvania mill, well known. BOO
loom and large throwing department,
SALESMAN High class atock aalesman
who can furnish own leads can connect
with flacal agent for eale of highest grade
inuiannau issue on uoerai commission
Solte 801. 4S. w. 84th St.
SALESMEN Petticoat manufacturer wUI
make liberal proposition, on commission
basts, to one who has experience selling
uoiu jovoer ana oepanment store Fettl
'raft Co.. 10 East 17th.
SALESMAN. Ladlea' underwear aaleaman
wno naa a following can secure Al proposl
Hon from manufacturer making a kindred
line on uoeral commlsalon basis. Box 222
2"B Cable Bldg.
SALESMAN (specialty), with ucceful
sale record, to handle article universal
demand: attractive ttmi. P., 6 Sun-Herald,
neraiu equare.
SECR ETAHY -8TUN0ORAPH E R
e paper;
$20-$23.
for editor
must nave high school edu
H.. Ml Sun-Herald, 280
SALESMAN,
selling Jewelry and leather good depart
ments Greater New York, can secure wonder
ful line popular priced ostrich feather fans;
excellent money maker for live wires ; eom
mlipn basla. Century. 61 West 22d.
SALESMEN. An opportunity for several live
wire etocK aaiesmen with clientele to con
nect with progresalng Consolidated Stock
Exchange house: salary and commission. Ap
ply J. C. Rablner A Co., 1848 Broadway.
4trj floor,
SALESMEN Competent men to call on Dhy
alclans to aell new compact, efflrlent doc-
ors- eyatem: sells on Ighl; 40 profit; re
peat sale once a year; opportunity of build.
Ing permanent Income; full particulars by
n.. o-o nun-neraio. zou n roadway
SALESMAN wanted In every town to handle
excellent line or automobile aupplle. In
cluding tires, tubes and monograma; attrac
tive and hlchly renumeraMve reposition.
Write ThosP. Ouasanl, Dobba Ferry, N. T.
8ALESMAN Young man, buatler, sell print
ing of every description: only thoae thor
ourhly experienced, with best reference, con
aldered. Addreaa, stating salary, D. H. ,
lOttSun-Herald, Herald equare.
SALESMEN.
A live opportunity for energetic stock tele
nhone antes manager on attractive aUary
and commission baals.
Roon) 700 , 21) Liberty st.. New York city.
17 LE9MAN One who call on barber aup-
ply trad to handle an Article In the line
on commission. Addreaa H., 666 Sun-Her-nld,
280 Broadway.
SALESMAN, printing: to on who baa good
active accounta we will offer a most lib
eral proposition. H., 627 Run-Herald, 280
Broadway.
8ALESMAN Calling on garages; handle
first o(aM ld line; big money; exclusive
Krrltory; Investigate. Auto Engineering Co.
t4 W--st Washington st.. Chicago.
SALESMEN to eel! lighting fixtures! state
experl. uce and all detalta In letter. P., 501
vin-Heralri, 280 Rroadway.
SALESMAN, high clae. wanted to call on
th retail grocery trade of thla city; must
he familiar with the trade: good opportunity
with well known established houae for right
man. Write, giving age. experience, refer
encea and salary expected, U. M. Co., 502
West 24U AC
of trade
cation
B'wav
enirn.iu cierx ictiristtan nrm) ; young
man as a.ssisiani . must nave some experl
ence and capable of handling help, routing
irucss, c. , goou opportunity ror advance
ment, requiring hard, conaclentloua effort
give experience, age and salary wanted. Ad
dress Manager, box 25, Genera' Post Office.
SlttPPINO CLERK.
ENERGETIC YOc-O MAN TO TAKE
CARE OF DELIVERY F1R WHOLESALE
STATIONERY FIRM USING 2 AUTO
lliiuae A.TO 1CKKAND BOYS; STATE
EXPERIENCE AND SALARY. S. C. 23d
PI M-HKKALP. HERALD SQ,
SHIPPING department of w holeeale Imnort
houae require map to make himself gen'
eraiiy usciui. an tueauay morning, w
naiaen lane.
BTIINOORA PHBR
(Christian).
A Fifth Avenue Christian coal oov
poratlen desire an ambitious, rapid and
thoroughly experienced , stenographer:
one accustomed to turning out a volume
of even-touch buslneea letter inde-
Jendent of results of others; aalary
SO at start: subsequent advancement
aa rapidly as deserved and entirely
dependent upon proven Individual merit;
no beginner. A stenographer, no
secretaries, wanted. Please reply
fully, atattng when service are avail
able, and attach this advertisement.
Stenographer. R , 123 Sun-Hsrld,
Herald Square.
rTTTWOGRAPOTR-SBCTtllTARY. - COMPE
TENT STENOGRAPHER BY CHRISTIAN
DRUO FIRM ; f SO TO $40 WEEKLY; STATE
AGE, BXPHRIENcjn AND REFERENCES.
M. J., 247 SUN -HERALD, FULTON ST.
STENOGRAPHER Law firm desire to se
cure thorctghly competent stenographer
nd typewriter. Apply In own handwrttlne.
fating Ag and giving full particular aa to
education, experience, aalary expected and
general qualification. H.. R"7 Sun-Herald
280 Broadway,
STENOGRAPHER (Christian), with execu
tive ability, at least 23 year old, with five
year' experience, preferably in building con
st rurjlon: muat be quick, accurate and able
to write latter without dictation. Addresa
C. Box 5T.1. White Plalna, N. Y.
STENOGRAPHER; competent and ambltlour
young man with aome advertising experi
ence preferred; permanent position and good
future. Apply 16 w. red at.
STENOGRAPHER, Remington operator; ex
perleoced young man. Christian ; $28 to
tart Sea S7S. general P. a, .oity.
competent
MUST
man to 1
Is open for very
take entire charge
THE BUSINESS THOROUGHLY
EVERY RESPECT. State full
tall aa to experience, record, refer
ences. Ac; will pay good lalary
right man; all anewera will be treat
ed In 8TRI0TEST CONFIDENCE.
Addreaa H.. 667 Sun-Herald, 280
Broadway.
KNOW
IN
de-
to
WANTED SEPTEMBER J8, BT CANNED
GOODS AND PRIED FRUIT BROKER
AGE HOUSE, ESTABLISHED AMERICAN
FIRM. OOOD, CLEAN. NEAT BOY OF
GOOD PERSONALITY, GOOD AMERICAN
FAMILY; OPPORTUNITY FOR BRIGHT
BOY TO LEARN GOOD SUBSTANTIAL
BUSINESS, EVENTUALLY BECOME
SALESMAN WRITE, STATING AGE, ED-
t.CATION. KUPr.KU.NCL8 AM) KJkPISKI
ENCE, IF ANY. H., 622 SUN -HJ3RALD, 280
B WAY.
WANTED BY PROMINENT SILK COM
MISSION HOUSE, THOROUGHLY EX
PERIENCED MAN TO TAKE CHARGE
OF ALL DEPARTMENTAL DETAILS:
NONE OTHER THAN THOSE HAVING
FULL QUALIFICATIONS NEED APPLY.
N., 73 SUN-HERALD, HERALD SQ.
WANTED COMPETENT STAINED GLASS
MAN TO HANDLE ROAD WORK IN
EASTERN TERRITORY : EXPERIENCED
MUST BE WELL RECOMMENDED: GOOD
HABITS- STEADY WORK ; GOOD PAY FOR
RIGHT MAN; CATHOLIC PREFERRED.
VON GERIOHTEN ART GLASS CO..
52 MOBNINGSIDB AV..
NEW YORK CITY. N. Y.
FACTORY, COLUMBUS, OHIO.
WANTE IV Young man. 17-19. general office
assistant for export firm: muat writ good
hand and be willing to make hlmaelf gen
erally useful; aplendld opportunity to learn
huslneaa and for advancement. Reply In own
handwriting, stating aalary dealred, Ac, R.,
804 Sun-Herald. Fulton st.
WANTEt Young man (Ch rlatlan) for Insur-
ance broker' of rice; must be college grad
uate good penman and mathematician: stat
qualification In writing. C, 972 Sun-Herald,
ruuon st.
WANTED Office boy In downtown Manhat
Apply In ow hand-
081 Sun-Herald. Ful-
tan brokr" dfflce.
writing, atattng age, O
ton st.
WANTED Young man; must he experienced
oook Keeper ana general otrice assistant,
must furnish reference. H., 602 Sun-Herald,
vo ilroadway.
WATCHMAN, NIGHT;
EIGHT HOUR 8ERVICE.
ROBERT GAIR CO..
FRONT AND WASHINGTON 8T8. B'KLYN.
WE WANT experienced atock aaiesmen to
aell oil royalties: wonderful proposition,
appeals to conservative Investors; If earning
under XT) weekly write to-day. 711 Repub
lic Building. Kansas City. Mo.
WINDOW trimmer for elialn shoe stores, ex-
penenceu only: gooa opportunity for right
man; state previous experience, o. 854 Sun
n it-.. v
-aid
WRAPPERS
wanted for rlothlnc danart.
Brill Brot4re, 1(19 Broadway, at
Instruction.
THE NEW PROFESSION.
Tha new era of lnduatrlal and commercial
relationships upon which the world has ndw
entered has crrated a national demand for
MAN POWER ENGINEERS, or the makera
of morale, which cannot he fully supplied for
years to come.
Industrial and commercial Institutions, varl
ous educational organizations, the lecture
platform and other sources combine to make
the services of professionally trained men lor
thta lucrative and uaeful profession tn very
great demand.
The Business Science Society alone wanta
over 100 profcaalonally trained organisers and
teacher.
To partially fill thla demand the New York
Bualneaa Science Normal haa been organized
and provide a course of Intenalve training In
bualneaa science and subjects germane to It
broadly speaking, a course for Industrial and
commercial leaders.
Opportunity Is furnished for actual prac
tice or demonstration work while gaining the
knowledge nf universal fundamentals taught
by a faculty of tho world's greatest spe
cialists. Qualification tor acceptance of applica
tion are:
1. Unquestionable charactar.
2. The equivalent of college or university
training.
3 Applicant must be at least SO years of
age.
4. He must have bark of him a succeaaful
record aa an executive, organizer, or In one
of the recognized profession.
It la not unusual for trained men In this
line of effort to enjoy an Income of from
$4,000 to $15,000 a year, and even more.
Inqulrlea with full particulars and refer
ences will be treated confidentially.
Addresa Director, P. O. Box 121, Grand
Central Station.
STENOGRAPHERS'
SECRETARIAL SCHOOL.
For 25 years practically all of New York's
200 worda-mlnute secretaries, law anfl court
reportera, earning bvor $50 weekly, received
Lusk training. New Pltmanlc lightning
phrases Invented by Frank Lusk give ste
nographers 300 words-minute faster than
old fashion so-called champions. Beginners'
courses; speeding; day, evening, correspond
ence. Lusk Institute, 229 Weat 42d at.
LARGE SALARIES FOR COMPETENT
MEN.
A traffic association dealrea to got tn touch
with a few dependable men whn are anxious
to better themselvea. The shorrase of traf
flc and export managers Is a national prob
lem. Men competent to direct shipping under
the new Government nnu international regu
lation! are paid salaries $2,500 up. Ambi
tious men with a clean record, common
school education and willing to learn at home
are wanted; experience unnecessary. For
Interview address A. vt . Rhnmstlne, man
ager, 824 Tribune Building, New York City,
or phone Beekman ,1737.
SHALL I STAY? SHALL I GO? '
Before making a change, find out If you
are on the right track. To know what your
llf work (hould be la a start In the right
direction. Th trained analyst will know
from a tudy of your face, the vocation for
you. Thla study la baaed on known scien
tific laws; no psychological teats; no trade
teats; ask us all about It; Booklet "8" on
request. Merton Institute, Inc., 96 6th av.
(at 15th t.). Nw York. Tel. Chelaea 4054.
A COURSE IN CARLSON'S
INDT78TR.IAL TRAFFIC MANAGERS
COLLEGE GIVES YOU A THOROUGH
PRACTICAL TRAININIG FOR EXBOTJTIVE
POSITION: EVENING CLASSES: REGU
LAR FALL CLASSES BEGINNING 8EIT
14. CALL OR WRITE E. A. V'OULLAIRE
2008 TRIBUNE BLDG., NEW YORK CTTY
MEN WANTED TO BECOME DRAFTRMlev
Salary $200-$25O per month when compe
tent; chief draftsman will train you person
ally, alao furnish FREE all toola: training
given until placed In poaltlon at above
alary. Addreaa Chief Drsftaman Pobe,
4Q01 Broadway, Dlv, 1A, Chicago.
LEARN linotype; Ideal trade paya $2 800;
cost $200; day. evening 2478 Stuvvesant.
Empire School, 183 E, 16th (subways).
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
Domestic Help Wanted.
BO. CARFARE.
Couplee,
Oook and Butler,
Oook and Cheuffsur,
Butler,
Second Man,
Houseman.
Dont be stingy; pend thla Sc.. aa w atve
you the beat place and charge a small fee
only.
Larare'a Agency.
200 Eaat 72d at.
Look for the right addresa, so you get the
right place.
Come Tuesday.
BUTLERS, rook, parlormaid, chamber
maids, waitresses, areondmen, housemen,
nurses, cleanero. Mra. Atkins Agency. 603
Lexington av.
BUTLER, aecond, third, uaeful men, couple.
. i,i ,1(0,1,
M Wee HA,
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
Ceuiuurclal Help Wanted.
"NATIONAL"
EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE,
SO Church st., New York City.
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST EMPLOY
MENT AC.KNCY IN TUB WORLD,
HANDLING EXCLUSIVELY THE
HIGHER GRADES oF URA1N
WORKERS.
Established 1009.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS!
Otto T. Pannard President
Chairman uf the Hoard, New York Truat
Company.
John R. MarArthur Vlc-Preldut
Of MacAithur Brother.
Francla L. Hliui Treasurer
I'rwldunt Flrat National Bank.
Eugene H. Outerbrldge BecretAry
Of Harvey A Outerbrldge.
Robert W. Del i. rent, of DeForut Brothers,
Vlev-l'realdent and Geneial Counel Cen
tral Railroad of New Jersey.
L. F. Loree, liualdent of th Delawar and
Mud. ui CompAny.
Niwoomb CAriton, President Weatern vUnlon
Tcegraph Company.
Anion Wllllama, of the New York Edlaon
Company.
George lllumcnthal, of Laxard Frerea.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
CREDIT MANAGER Capablo and experi
enced, keen Judgment; thoroughly ac
quainted with credit method, preferably
along tlin Hue of food product; asaume
complete charge, $5,000 up.
INI t BTRIAL PHYSICIAN -Vicinity of New
York; muat be of executive type, capable
of enlarging organization and tako com
plete charge hospital equipment and phy
Blcal condition ot employeea; $3,500-
' $4,500.
Ai i i 'I NTANT-OFFICE MANAGER - Cen
tral America, thorough knowledg of
Spanish, read and wTHtl executive Abil
ity and capable accountant, with public'
utility experience preferred; office force
of 2. Deonle. t.'I.UOO and transportation.
COST ACCOUNTANT Mlddlo West; experl
-need ay teinatl.er, plenty of Initiative
and exceptional commercial ublllty
A4.(KiO-$5.00(.
MARINE INSURANCE MAN-Capable of
handling foreign credit Insurance, require
man now associated with company writ
ing policies and managing marina lnaur
ance department. $2,0O0-$3,000.
SENIOR ACCOUNTANTS (3) Must be ae
i.n.i s with two to five years' experience
splendid connections New York and vlcln
tty; aalary coninienaurato with expert,
ence.
BOOKKEEI'ER-CRJUDIT MAN-$3,000; thor
ough bookkeeper; able handle general
ledger and capable paaatng on credlta up
to J20.0OH; experience witn minima, tin
era; aelllng to Jobber preferred, age 35;
Brooklyn.
TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT.
CHEMICAL AND SALES ENGINEER
Should be a Ch. H., with plant operation
and sales experience; salary $00-$75.
CHEMIST, with research and operating ex
perience; aalary $3,000-$4,000.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS Muat have had
operating experience; aalary $3,200.
ASSOCIATE CHEMISTS, experienced on re
search and development work; salary
$2,OOO-$3,O00.
FOREMAN, pnforably with chemical plant
experience
DRAUGHTSMAN Mechanical, experienced
laying out and designing new machinery' ;
salary $45-$r,0.
DRAUGHTSMAN, At least two yeara' experl
ence, able to familiarize himself with the
design of valve, hydrant and other
more complex water works equipment ,
salary $40 $r.0.
TECHNICAL MAN Young man, experienced
handling material used In smelter, mill
ond refining work: location South Amer
ica; salary $173 month.
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, technical
experience, with executive ability, anie to
supervise production, purchase machinery,
paper, Ac, and be able to coordinate the
various functions of several plant; not
over 40 years of age: printing and paper
experience dealrable: salary $3,000-$4,000
INSPECTORS Can use several bright young
men, with some mecnanirai experience,
who are willing to travel; salary to tart
$100 month, with advance ahortly.
JUNIOR EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
C FFICE MANAGER-ACCOUNTANT Handle
office of progrcatlvo manufacturing con
cern In Staten I-land; $45-$50 week.
TRAFFIC MANAGER Handle entire domee
tlc traffic department In commercial con
eer" t-i Pennsylvania: $43-$.'.0 week up.
BOOKKEEPERS Several good openlnga for
men ' llh sound practical and theoretical
experience, manufacturing, mercantlll
and i xport concerns : $35-$45 week.
ACCOUNTANT Opportunity for man with
aound practical and theoretical experi
ence to aaslat chief accountant manufac
turing concern; $,35.
ASSISTANT PURCHASING AGENT-Prefer
factory or manufacturing experience, fa
miliar with modern methods; $40 week.
BTENJGRAPHIC SECRETARY Asalat buay
XacuUvai unqueatloned references and ex
ik lence: $3r.-$40.
STOCK CI.ERK-Prefer man experienced In
the clothing line; $33.
SALESMAN Sell well eatahllshed line to
grocery, drug and Jobbing trade; 8outhem
territory; $50 week and expenses.
BANKING DEPARTMENT.
BANK EXECUTIVE, acquainted with New
York hankers, to determine llnoa of credit,
$7,500 $10,000.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRADER, large lm.
port and export house, preferably bank
trained, aalary $10,000.
MANAGER ARBITRAGE DEPARTMENT,
muat have a thorough Knowieage or tn
routine of arbitrage. In addition to an ex
perlenced arbitrageur; muat be able to
follow the trade through and complete
It: I.V0O0 and bonus.
COST ACCOUNTANT, experienced, $5,000,
hnnlia.
LARGE NEW YORK banking house desire
the tervtcca of an EXPERIENCED
BANKING MAN for Manila; New York
City experience will qualify applicant;
muat be etngle; no languages neceaaary;
salary about $3,000.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, for credit depart
ment, -$4.0iX(.$4,500
CORRESPONDENT, $2,50O-$5,0O0.
SECURITY SALESMAN. $3,000 yearly draw
ing account, generous commission.
ACCOUNTANT, thoroughly exnerlenced, also
acquainted with foreign ahtpments. $2,300.
JUNIOR EXECUTIVE, age 30-40, salary
$3,300: muat have had years of technical
bank training; there will be an assistant
cnshderthin for right man.
BOND SALESMAN, experienced, salary com
mensurate. CREDIT INVESTIGATORS;, should have had
bank credit or very high grade com
mercial experience; $2,000 up, dependtng
upon applicant; bonus.
EXPERIENCED CREDIT MAN, young man
preferred; $2,000 yearly.
CLERICAL DEPARTMENT.
BOOKKEEPER Suburban golf elubj per
manent; $12"-$130 month.
BOOKKEETER Small concern, to take
AUTO charge; experienced: $30.
BOOKKEEPF.R-Ooo.l opportunity In small
advertising office; $23.
BOOKKEEPER A CREDIT INVESTIGATOR
Thorough knowledge of customers'
ledger and an experienced credit Investi
gator; $30.
8ALES LEDGER CLERK Young man of
personality. In Brooklyn; $30.
STOCK CLERK Must have drug experience;
$23-$30.
STOCK CLERK Experienced handling stock
records of any kind ; $25.
STOCK LEDGER CLERK Young" man with
some knowledge Of coat Accounting;
Rldgewood; $25-80.
STOREKEEPER. CLERKS (3)-New posi
tion being created In A large concern:
$23.
PAYROLL CLERK 8 (4) -Men of experience
and personality; willing to go to Florida:
$30-$33.
TAX CLERK Young man familiar with
taxes, export concern; $123-$133 month.
CLERKS (2) Young men, studying account
ing; downtown oil concern; Protestant;
$23 -$27.
THE STENOGRAPHIC poaltlon continue
to preaent many varied openings for
capable and ambitious young men; op
portunities In almost any line of bual
neaa; $30-$35.
STENOGRAPHER Staten Island R. R. Oo. ;
$133 month.
STENOGRAPHER Legal experience neces
sary; $30-$33.
ETENOCRAPKER-SALES CORRESPOND
KNT Excellent opportunity; paint con
cern: $30.
STENOGRAPHER Mfg. ; $S0.
STENOGRAPHER Good education And per
aonallty eaaentlal: $30.
STENOGRAPHER R. R. company; $180.
STENOGRAPHER Downtown ; $123 month.
STENOGRAPHER 8. S. comDanv: $30.
STENOGRAPHER Lumber experience; $30.
TVPIST-Beveral at $23-$30.
islvitlT U.'.KHKH MOUre, g A. M. tO 11 A.
M ; $U0-$113.
JR. CLERICAL DEPT.
STENOGRAPHER I Jirge Mfg. Corp.; $1-
z years; experience eaaentlal; excellent
future. $23-825 start
TYPIST-R. R ; downtown; exceptional op
portunity offered bright, energetic young
man; $100 month.
NIGHT INFORMATION CLERIv-H P. M.-
T A. M. ; advancement: $100 start.
ASST. BOOKKEEPERS Unlimited number:
N-w York- $204125.
LARGE EXPORT AND IMPORT CORP. PR.
Mittr. A iiKHiHT TOUira MAN familiar
with marine insurance; 20-2.', yeara, good
penman; $100 $110 -tart.
IMPORT A N 1 1 EXPORT HOUSE dealrea
young man In receiving department:
working knowledge of Spanish essential;
8100 month.
GENERAL i LERK-Near Penn. . station:
must be good at flgurea, over 21 years;
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
Commercial Uelp Wanted.
"NATIONAL1
EMPLOYMENT EXCHANOB,
$0 Church t.. New York city.
THE LARGEST AND OLDEST Kvtm.cc
MENT AGENCY IN THE vc,., I K
HANDLING EXCLUSIVELY VSf
in., ii i. .si lilt AUKS OF
WORKER.-!.
Eatahllshed 1000.
"ii.UN
JR. CLERICAL DEPT.
(Continued from preceding eoluivn)
ASSISTANT Downtown rubber corn
operate typewriter, keep records
general manager. Ac: ginii , ...
CLERK AND TYPIST-Do., ,,town ' ---edg
of bookkeeping helpful; $.,
CXJSHJG- Downtown; good position of'..
........... iu, .....inn nisi. i.u
"'.il
ABLE OF A
BE Arii'Hvrl
K0t) I KNMAVjj
omn knowledge or uncoutuinc li en
. .... ii,r.io i ,,,.lV u0Wafc
experience uaacntlual, $2()-$2r 1
GENERAL CLERKS (4)-Brnoklvn rttnt.
unec; good penmen, good at figures; $
LARGE DOWNTOWN CORPORATION hi
Millie t-,-!Vll'l,-H CMC 1 DDIIItM. .A'5s
- "w, m . n e.,Ljn . SNIP
I'V I rvxe unne sAnit,,,.. .... "rs
V AINUUiMl'.Nl'; MUST II
AT FIGURES AND A GOOD
$20-$2 4
RETURNED MERCHANDISE CLIRKs,
Downtown; handle correspoii.1ei.ee Bc .
experience: advancement; $ln $2': '
EXPORT AND IMPT -Downtonn, (tensrtl
clerical duties; knowledge of h...)iile..
Ing helpful; $100.
PENMAN Downtown; n. R. ; $1-53 y,.tr,
alight clerical experience. $110 $114 21
month.
CLERK S. 8. Corp. ; good penman. a.urat
at figures: knowledge of bookkemin
preferred: $20-$24. "
TIMEKEEPERS (31-Brooklyn; aiperteBBJ
nrefrrod; $22-$2"
ASSISTANT TO TREASURER Powntrmsi
prefer young man with slight hanking
experience: $1,000-$!, 200. '
STOCK RECORD CLERK 42d at , expert,
ence eaaentlal; $23-$25.
INVOICE CLERK I2d St.; check In nlng
Inc. leek, Ac; enter Invoice In InvolM
ledger; penman; $23-$23.
GENERAL CLERKS (2) Downtown ,
porter; no experience; $18-$20.
JR. STOCK CLERK-Columbus Clrcis
port and Import; tako charge of
tipnery. Ac.: SS0.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE Export: n
experience; 17-18 year; type.; helpful;
$18.
CLERK A TYPIST-Good penman: good
flgurea; for perpetual Inventory uorlr
very good opportunity for young H $!
boy; $20 atari.
JR. CORRESPONDENTS 3)-Inuran
downtown; examine bond application!
Ac; advancement; $22.
JUNIOR CLERK Downtown Mfr.; beginner'
2-3 years H. S..; $18-$20.
JR. CLERK-42.1 at.; auto broken; heat
type of H. S. grod. only; develop n
big position; $18 atart.
JUNIOR CLERKS (unlimited numberl-rAN
EASILY LOCATE YOUNG MEN WITH
1-3 YEARS' HIGH SCHOOL EDITA.
TION WITH WELL KNOWN CONCERMI
AT SALARIES OF $18-$23 A WEB
DEPENDING ENTIRELY UPON THli
PERSONALITY. AC, OF YOURSELF
JR. OFFICE. BOY'S A SENIOR OFFI.'B
In,.
. v
sta-
B0YS-$14-$1S.
Call 9-1.
THE
Room 715-721.
NATIONAL."
Church at.
BARKER A MACCOLL,
VOCATIONAL SPECIALISTS.
30 CHURCH ST.
Experienced power plant machinery atlri
man, advertising aaleaman, architectural
mechanical draftaman, afety enclneer
So. America: German English ateno, atpiioi
for 80. America, aecretary-ateno to execu.
live; excellent clerical opportunity reil.
try free.
EXECUTIVE SERVICE
AND
THE WEATHER MAN.
Loads of PEP,
Barrel of AMBI8H
And a little dash
of GEE-WHIZ NERVE
I what you want
From LABOR DAY
To COME BACK trong
For th WONDERFUL PICK
Of the new SEASON'S
OPPORTUNITIES
In our office
This week.
e
Good luck to you all I
Wm. D. Camp,
EXECUTIVE SERVICE,
22 East 42d St.
(near Grand Central).
HAMILTON
EMPLOYMENT
s e r vtom
CHURCH STREET
One block west of Bioadway
One block below Oortlandt SL
"I'VE BEEN TO AGENCIES BB
fore," said the man whom w had
placed, "but thla has been a revela
tion to me. You've got the equip
ment; you've evidently got the right
connections; and tha spirit ot your
organization can't be beat."
HAMILTON SERVICE IS
SATISFACTORY SERVICE
OFFICE MANAGER Charge 150 peo
ple; general knowledge of crdlt,
accounting, order, sale, Ac. $4,000
up.
OFFICE MANAGER-Some account
ing, factory experience. $2,000.
SUPERINTENDENT - Wood distinc
tion plant tn India; broad experi
ence. $100 month.
6ECRETARY-8TENOGRAPHER - B
mouthpiece and confidential repre
sentative of executive. Start $2,100,
STENOGRAPHER Take English dic
tation, In Braill. $2,800.
STENOGRAPHERS - Railroad, chain
store, real eatate, translate Spanish,
export. $35.
PRODUCTION MAN-Oraphlo chart.
DRAFTSMEN (3).
VOUCHER OLERK-$25-$27.
SHIPPING- CLERK-Strong. $28.
SALES CORRESPONDENT-$l
month.
PRODUCTION CLERKS (2)-$tS-$23.
STOCK CLERK-sUn.
CLAIM CLERK$23.
HOTEL CONTROLLER CLERK $60
$100 month.
CLERKS Checking recorda. $26.
ORDER CLERK-$25.
STOREKEEPER-.").
MANIFEST CLERK - (Billing ma
chine). $123 month.
COLLECTION AND CLAIM CORRB-SPONDENT-$30.
CORRESPONDENT $30.
STENOGRAPHERS 20)-$2-$30.
STENOGRAPHER AND BOOK
KEEPER $30.
BOOKKEEPERS AND ASSISTANT
BOOKKEEPERS (fl)-$25-$30.
BOOKKEEPER Stock ledger. $28.
LEDGER CLERKS (3)-$25.
TYPISTS (5)-$22.60-$27.
Bill clerk; typlat. $20.
Insurance, experienced. $100 month,
Cashier, experienced. $24.
Auditor progress recorda. US $20.
Salre record, Brooklyn. $20-$22.
Packer (auto accessories) $22.
Stock quotation board. $18.
STOCK CLERK-$22-$25.
Railroad office. $100-$114 month.
RECORD CLERK (accurate) -$23.
ADDRESSOGRAPH AND ORArHO-TYPE-$18-$2o.
Checking Invoice and posting. $l $2o.
PRTCE CLERK-$80 month.
Clerk Tobacco company, Jersey City.
$13-$20.
Operate photostat. $1$.
Advertising, learn buslne. $!'
Shipping clerk; atrong. $21
Mailing clerk. $18.
VOUCHER AND TTP1ST-$!!
JIWOR CLERK8 Openings at $
$18.
BANK CLERKS . k
Adding machine operators, noes
keepers and clerk. S1S-S23
LEDGER CLERKS ,
Good noenlng for experienced men.
asp stVnt BOOKKEEPERS - LKth
experience. $20-$23.
TYPISTS Chain store. $22 .50
Experienced Hooven auto. $25
Others, $1S-23
OFFICE POYS Openings for hr PJi
clean boys: large eompanl. V''
H$,C. HENRY. GAIL HAMILTON
11
SF.rU.lTT EMPI.OYMENT AGKNCj.
Ea 42d.-Stenographer. clerks. trTi"
registration fee.
Ttearnictts. mruoticv vn.-Ri u
kinds; write or wire for Maa
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