EV1SMNU L15DER PHILADELPHIA,
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1913.
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M'H. 'm.-ff - WWM
1914 BANNER YEAR
FOR UNION LABOR,
70,000 Members Have Been
Added to Ranks and
Movement Has Won Sev
eral Notable Victories.
The J car 1914, labor lenders say, will go
down n one ir the most fruitful In the
history of the Anteilcan labor movement
Store than 70,000 members have been
odded to the ranks of, organised labor,
accorulng to 'the report of Secretary
Frank Morrison, of tho American Federa
tion of Lal'or.
Tho year has not been without many
bitter struggles ami much BUfforing, as
down In tlio strikes In West Virginia,
Michigan and Colorado. Through the
work qf tho United States Commission
on Indusltlal Delations employers and
employes have been brought where both
ides were given full opportunity to stato
their case before the people.
Perhaps the most significant victory for
organized labor was the adoption of tho
labor clause In tho Clajton anil-trust law,
declaring that labor honcoforward was
lmmu.no from prosecution indor tho law.
Samuel Gomptis, president of the Amer
ican Federation of Ixibor. termed the new
provision "the clinrtir of Industrial freedom-"
From tho piacttcnl point of view
tho greatest accomplishment of the labor
movoment has been the organization of
the unskilled workers of the country, n.
course which the 1911 convention of tho
American. Federation of Labor, held In
this city, determined to nursuo with stilt
creator vigor durlng'the cqmlng year.
It Is believed by many the year 1911
has also beon chaiactcilzcd by tho eclipse
of the 1, W. Vf. movement as a factor In
the American labor movement.
Many adherents of the I. WI W. aro
aid to have returned to tho fold of tho
American Federation of Labor,
A significant phenomenon of tho labor
movement during tho year liar been the
growth of political acumen and political
Action .among tho rank and flic.
In this progress Philadelphia has played
a. prominent part. Tho labor forward
movement, under tho direction of the
American Federation of Labor and tho
local unions, has added many members to
tho ranks of organized labor hero,
Tho convention hero was the third
In the history of the Federation to bo
held In this city. The unions woro glvon
official recognition by tho city by tho np
ptoprlatlon bf (35,000 by Councils to de
fray the expenses of the convention and
tho entertainment at the delegates.
In the words of Samuel Gompors:
"Tho year 1914 will go down as a banner
year In tho history of tho labor movement
in America. Despite the many struggles,
desplto tho tremendous amount of work
that Is still to bo dono, wo aro moving
forward and will contlnuo to do so until
our goal Is reached, when there shall bo
no more strikes and no mora strife and
when economic Justice and Industrial de
mocracy shall complete tho purpose for
(which the American Republic has been'
APPEAL FOR 960 CHILDREN
WHO NEED WARM CLOTHING
Chief of Compulsory Education Bu
reau Asks Donations From
An effort to provide Christmas cheer for
the 060 children of this city who are un
able to attend school because they lack
adequate clothing Is being made by Henry
J, Gideon, chief of 'the Bureau of Com
pulsory Education, who has appointed the
Union Benevolent Association, 716 Spruco
street, distributing agent for contributions
to be devoted to these cases.
Mr. Gideon points out that no time could
be more opportune for such donations.
Reports from, the attendance ofllcera
how that children hitherto regular in at
tendance are forced to remain huddled In
cold rooms, having neither shoes, aoats
nor hats to enable them to face the win
ter weather. In many cases all furniture
and bedding has been disposed of In or
der that food might be purchased.
Mr Gideon emphasizes the fact that
the clothing donated need not be new to
be useful, the essential point being
w" th which Will not only relieve the
Actual physical suffering, but do much
to check the rapid Inroads being made
by disease among these families.
JIBE IN "WAIST FACTORY
Blaze in Spring Garden Street
Building: Causes 96000 loss.
Fire In the four-story brick building at
sol Soring Garden street, occupied by
Max Hanson & Sons, manufacturers of
wuluta and blankets, caused fSOOO loss this
The nre, which burned for mora than an
hour, started In the basement and raced
up the elevator shaft. A large stook of
goods was destroyed.
DAILY AND SUNDAY
THIS STVLB.TYPE or Ilk tbU)
On Insertion 13a perllns
Three Insertion la. a wk..,.-jjHo psr fi
Bet en consecutlv lnitrtlenj. . . 10a perlln
ltiuo Una contract (dally ad.
vertlslng) ,, So,
Bltuatlone wanted, three Inser
tions la a wk lOo
THIS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
Fermlttad In all claeslflcattaDs excipt lids
and situation, Wanted, Lost and VbaSi. Vis
it, uoaraing ana ifoomi, ,
,. ---.iz. ra'iTT.
uite comraer. luatiy
1344s nr Una
All rates si based at) iflti IBeiiUremeat,
14 note IIbh to th Lain'
All rati si based"
DEATH NOTlCES-alUia,. paper
10 Una sot tin Me.
In Bffttt Dtumttr t. l$lt
rUon la both tha marolajr aid
papaTK Of SI
afco few - pr Ha ae$ to rates givea
iMLP AD SITUATIOHS WANTKU
4&maxiama m the -?gju- usxxjjea
hay s ih9m.rm in th jbv.jninu
WMM WITHOMT AUOITlOHiJ,
.afjj.ff" " K r heat 'Ms
tUtMf wujli t ogle amT
HELP WANTED FEMALE
IOOK -Olrl for cokolng And downstairs work
In private family bf :V adults 117 Arch it.
COOK-airl for cooking and downstairs work
HorstSW rirU'Jerrnan alrl for ganeral house
work permanent position: family of 2, 45
minutes from Phlla.. aplMidld home and Rood
Mages for alrl with nilsfArtory references.
Meet rmplojer Room Mo. Public Ledger
VIIICC, qurnfiwy. ilo m.
llOUSraWtirtK- Small family. Mooreatown. N.
J., good home, mod wages; Trot, pref. An.
Turada), 0.10 a. m.. Pub, Ledier, I loom ZIO,
l.At'NDnCSS. rnpaMe. with nice yard, to do
family waeli I, W, ledger Central.
OVVtCfi AfWIRTANT With knowledae of
bookkceplns;, typewriting;, flllnt;, operatlna
prhate telephone exchange: must ba aeeiir
ate; slid ret. and axper. ll 312, Led. Cent.
STKNOOnAPHKng, bookkeenera and
clerks can obtain nluabl Infbrmar
tlon about eeetirlna; position by In
ter lewlnar Ms n.nn at LedgS'- Ten
tral See her at once for this free
advice, as the Commercial Depart
ment Is constantly securing good po
sitions for Ledger AAiertleer.
HELP. WANTED MALE
A MANUPACTUIUNO corporation wants dis
trict managers who will be given exclusive
territory In Philadelphia central and eastern
I'ennavlvjinla, New Jersey. Delaware, New
York and other Important territory, for the
tost and most salable .product eicr placed on
the marketi It will al to eery auto owner,
ever home, eeo- nlac of business! general
'f 'o act as lobber and ell to atoresl
$100 In $30O capital required! Investigate
thla at once, as It la a high-grade business
proposition that Is right In overy particular
and a permanent business von are building
tin for voumelf. Telepbene. Walnut 10T8. or
XtJ'Af . Y' Co- iai Filbert t.. Room
CAIU'ENTEim wanted, Wi with hatcheta and
saw Apply 7 a. m. Tues , Pier S, No. Wn,
COMPOSITOHS Must lo first class; dav and
night work. Dunlao rrlntlng Co, Juniper
287 S. BTH BT.
ImrsRWOItlv-FlllDlno boy who can cook:
family nf three. 1 I0. ledger Offlce.
HUSTLUHS. capable of earning $3 and up
vard. dally commission basis, to demon
strate our free talking machine. Apply 8
to tii'SU. Mr. Bliambelan, 1M2 Arch at.
i.Anan ijcal chcmical imdhstry r.
nulrea n few workmon of tho better class for
resiuiislblo poaltlotis In the factory, not offlce:
m rpcclnl mechanical or chemical experience
neceasaryi work la neither unhealthy nor dan
gerous' ne wr operate aome very valuable
secret proccsco (knowledge of which must not
bo disclosed), these positions are only open
to men of uroen Integrity and good habits,
who will invest tluuo In the business, which
la both for our protection and to make th
opportunity so profltablo to them that they
will have the highest Incentive to fidelity:
positions are permanent ar.d wagea and pronte
should exceed $1B00 per year: stato ago and
experience. G 540. ledger Central.
MAN AND WIFE, while: man a general utll
lty nn country place; woman, good cook; no
washing. Hox 121, Paoll, ra.
SOLICITORS for dally goodfcllowhlp lunch
cons at lUnscom's, 021) Market at. Must be
only Christians and lune gentlemanly ad
dress. Ho Mr. Fulmar, at 12-110 above address.
STEEL ENGFlAVEIt for social and commercial
work and designing; permanent position for
right man. Address, with samples. Th Trnub
Manufacturing Co.. 870 Woodward ave.. D
STOCK SALESMAN Commission. IS per cont ;
un advances: extraordinary proposition that
will sell under present condition 1118 N.12th.
237 8. CTil ST.
TOUNO MAN with some knowledge of art
needlework manufacturing. M 750, Ledier
BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST, occur., exper.,
salary to start. O 341. Ledger Central.
BOOKKEEPER-STENOGRAPHER, comp.. re
liable; mod. start If adiancem't. n 214.Led.Off.
CirAMDEIlMAID and waitress, young woman;
Main Line preferred; ref. P 81a. Ledger Oft.
COOK Competent colored cook, with best of
references from present employer, wishes a
position In city. Apply 1317 Federal at.
DRESBMAKER wants engagements, horn or
out; gooa ntter. iu.tu wontrose; uick. -u w.
DnESSMAKERof New York deslrea engago'ti;
evening1 gowna specialty. Phono Wat. 40O2 W.
DRESSMAKER. French, for ladle & children,
wlshca day's work. 2118 Balnbrldg at. Ph.-
GOWNS, EVENING CLOAKS AND TAILOR
ed suits, at home or out; short notice. O.
M. MoNlchols. 1717 Christian at. Fhon
Dickinson .1117 X.
HOUSEWORK Competent colored woman
wishes position In private family; good cook;
best of references. Apply 20111 Lombard st.
INFANT or chitdnurse, xperlencd; English
Protestant. P 803. Ledger Office,
NURSE, undergraduate, or any case; light du
ties; wagea reaaonaoie. f au, imager tjincc.
POSITION! with an Invalid, or companion to
an elderly lady; city references. I 81S, Led
STENOailAP'IBR, conscientious and dependa
ble, would consider moderate salary; refer
ences. B 233. Ledger Office,
WHEN IN NEED of an experienced oftlc as
sistant, bookkeeper, attnographer or clerk,
call up Walnut KOOO and consult with Mis
Dean, of tho Commercial Department, who
has a list or high-grade, experienced girls
eager for positions. Avail yourself of th frea
service to Ledger advertisers NOW.
SITUATIONS WANTED KALE
ACCOUNTANT, -CiPAIlt.E AND EF
FICIENT. 0 YEARSr EXPERIENCE.
AT PRESENT HEAD bSoKKEBPER
OF LAROE SEMI-SUBURBAN DE
PARTM'T. STORE DESIRES CHANOB
TO MORE 1-nOMISINQ FIELD: HIGH
EST REFERENCES, O iP-VLEDGEU
ACCOUNTANT. COST ACCOUNTANT
Traveling auditor, vstemattserj 17
years experience with largest Arm
of their !int highest reference;
bond If recjuird.
Q 48. LEDOER CENTRA).
Toung man, 21. welt educated: tine
business training! 3 year' xnr)enci
best reference from present employer;
dslrea a chana. 1' 823. Ledger Offlc
BOOKKEEPER Young .man. M. high and
huslnea college education: 4 yeara' Ltactical
xperlencs bookkeeping and clerteat works
DaT. -eterencaa. la wi, MWWr ,,g.i
BOOKKEEPER Married man. comselent and
reiiapiv pir., "-ivv"j",'"au' .'""-r-
tc . high rets. Q 245. Ledger Central.
BOOKKEEPER and accountant, thor. comp.,
desires pasUlon of trust 1 can taks .ntfre
chars, mod ealary. Q 880. Ledger Ctntral.
BOqKKUEPER.0ffic managtr, thorough: val-
uaol axpefispce. Managar, Bill' N. 10th
BUILDING MATERIAL SALESMAN. huatler.
sevtral earaT expsrlence. large following
among architect and builder of Philadel
phia and other Jltlts, deilraa cetxnscltoa. beat
uf reference. G 2ST. Ledxtr Cantral.
CARFBNTBR seek permanent position or gn
eral utll tr caretaker! -anttor v bio, ua.un,
CIIAUFFBlKt. eoachmsn. flrit-elsja mf.chs.nlei
la year xpenence. gtva.-. javo n. m
CHAUFFEUft-Practlcal all-round man.slngl,;
uacWre'ds gardening, good nf BIOS Roanok
CLBRK YOUNG M!AN. 23. FAIR BDUCA
Arr'.M ntaamt-fl ' rvnt-ntnc titMan tu
t-UNWDBNTIAL QR PRIVATE BECRWARY
t-M(ioa auirso uy yuunx nun, ww
iniloyad, 27. 4oglo, hlgb,mnd tnul-
nK coUg Miieaueu). s years' tar
lad axnffiCfii. and Koad aAimd noBl'
man mu; hyrptft -,. bona
a.-niNKSBR Chlaf aaxts
want a position
a te ptuiu:
KNOIKBBK td suirysa
itas uw er old
can alv naat at ttfeiLa aeui ihaw --
SITUATIONS WANTED MAIE
lrnitE'S A SALESMAN
who knows his lines few of them Ho.
5 year' experience In the woolen
lre roots bulne: now employed,
but desires wider field to demonstrate
hl ability; not looklns; for a job, but
the rlht ronncctlon, nominal salary
and "ommliwlon If representing flrat
elaea llnel highest Recommendations.
O 411, t.BDOBn CBNTHAt,
lttt rE rtrr some
oiNOBit in roim ncsiNBss
Bxpeflencert manager, general store
Tmtiaff r,,mlalitna liAiltpa.M alnta.
.. ..............n, ,.,......, k.n....v.
nod executive: lusi-ciaes reierencce
i 149, Ledger Central,
MAN, neal, honest, respectable) butler or util
ity man: can do anything! good reference,
I'nrUr .1200. 2140 Jcrfereon et.
MANAOEIt Man of 10 years' experience In alt
branch of movlng-plcture work Is open for
position as house manager, a 459, Ledger
OFriCE MANAOEn AND ACCOUNTANT
Thoroughly capable business man; 20
ysara' experience bookkeeping, cor
respondence, etc.i highest references.
F 041. LEDGER CENTnAll
OIIDnn CLEnit. 22. thoroughly experienced In
office details, desires position with contrac
tnr: best refsrence 7B04 N, Bwaneon st.
OY8TEP. OPENEIt, colored, expd., dea pos, or
as waller: good tefs A ft, 707 8. llancroft.
1'liratCIAN Chlropractlo phislclan wishes
connection wmi instittuion or privately, prer
with Insane or so.cslied Incurables.
PRACTICAL MAN. 27, formerly conducted
nwn business, ratternmaker by trade, ex
perienced In both Iron and brass foundry,
desires position Is shop or orflre or a
salesman! best references; experienced
estimator from blue prints. Q M2, Led
PnoFESKlONAl, MAN of large exp., ex-asst.
secretary of a manufacturers' assn. and with
newspaper abllltr, wants a position as repre
sentative of a firm, corporation, association
or nenspapor: salary moderate. For inter
lew nddress 1, 8I.'I. ledger Office.
SALESMAN, experienced, age SO' years, hu-
lier, gooa apprqr. i reis. it jti. i.eog. yn
SECRETAnY Pcaltlon desired by collage man,
thorough knonlec'ge of bookkeeping and ac
countlng, mod salary. O 31. Ledger Cent,
TOL'.N'O MAN wishes position aa drlter or por
ter: five years' experience; best nf references
from last emploj-r. Chat, Napp, 2010 Lom
bard st, '
TOUNO university man, 21, with executive
ability and sales experience, deslrsa connsc
tlon with reput. conCPrn Q 857, Led Cent.
TOUNO MAN, 18. wishes to team carpenter
trade! randy with tools. Phone Market .11:.
COOKS, chambermaids, chlldnurses, housework
girls, Clerman and rollah glrla want poslttonfl.
Miss nos Dougherty, 1H13 Olrard ave.
WILLET, 18i)0 Manton at,, 8. Phlla. Southern
help; city or coun.; ref. Phone Dickinson 0B2.
OUR prices on used cara will surprise ou,
especially with our convenient payment plan;
prices from $100 up.
Phone S. S. AUTO CO .
Locust a.13T. 1422 Vine at.
"VINTON lOtt touring car chassis, suitable for
truck; good -ondltlon: only $30. 810 N 10th.
ATJTO LIVERY AND OARAGES
FinST-CLASl touring car, $1 per hour; newly
painted, with weather protection. Call Main
2204 or Park 378. Harry Goodman.
D0OS, BIRDS AND GOLD EISH
.SINCE THE WA31
have just arrived on steamer Sloterdyk from
Rotterdam. This shipment comprises the se
lection of Harts Mountain canaries. Tour
choice or the importation! Hartz Mountain.
$3 each: Roller canaries. $3.50 oach. Cages ot
E. C. VAIILE. Importer,
310 MARKET ST.
CANVAS COVERS, any else, for building con.
tractors. YOST. 715 N. Delaware avo.
Appear st jour best this Xraai! Hae
your fura carefully repaired for the hoi-
FURS Iday seaaon. Expert workmanship and
reasonable price Phone Belmont 2584
W. CIIAS J. BOQS3. 37 Arch st.
EIZEN'S I Formerly with Bonwlt-Teller. Spe
FUR I clallst on remodelhiR high-grade
SHOP I fura; workmanship guaranteed
1713 Columbia ave. Open evenings. Dla SMS.
Hemstitching dona whlla you Malt. A. Reich
ard. 1113 Chestnut. Pictorial Review patterns.
FINEST SMALL CAR IN AMERICA
Designed by experts. 5000
sold cars assured for first
year. Large -.ortton of cap
ital already negotiated. In--.eatment
of $1500 to $2O0U
Insures handsome returns.
Address L 440, Ledger Central.
14-TtOOMED APARTMENT HOUSE, private
meter to each room, bilnglnc $50 aver ex-
fienses; roust be sold this month, as owner
a leaving cltyt no reasonable offer refused;
neighborhood 10th and Mt. Vernon. Address
replies to U 203, Ledger Central.
Company for making a atapla product with
greater demand than production. largo
profit and Interest In company to in
vestor of $3000. Advertiser can
furnish best of references.
Addrew L 858, Led, Cent.
COAL and lumber yard, with feed
Tallroad elding; established 40 years;
business, m.ooO: agent selling for heirs.
dress M 601, Ledger Office.
I HAVE plot of ground and building; I deal;
party to rent or purchase; I will Invest $3000.
upward; must be established buslnss and
bear closest Investigation; don't answer un-
isaa you nav cta,o, qui, u ei, 10. uent.
AN EXPKJHENCED oftlc man will Invest
$3000 or mora In an established -profitable
business wher ssrvlces can be ujd to ad
vantage: atata what tin of buslnss- offered.
a Ml. todtsr Central.
fiTEAM LAUNDRY plant; excellent running
condition; must be sold ratardless ot price
within the next few days. Qraw, 1"08 N. 3.1.
LADY with $2000 deslrea position for self and
sister; Stat full particulars, a 250, Ledger
PICTURE theatre, all prices, slt.es location;
good Investments. Bsrrlsf A Co., 214 N. 8th,
WIST PHllaA. MONARCH STORAaB CO,
80. PER YARD. 8870-73 laANCABTBR AVhI
CLEANING AND DYEING
OSTRICH FEATHERS AND FANCIES
CLEANBD, DVEb, CURLED AND MADE
INTO LAfBSr STYLES -
UAILHOT. JSIO CHESTNUT
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
Bank Ref -rsnees. Appraisement. 1S,
1. in tunaou st.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
laKirVitfggft fflBKi afflgS jg. iSSat
- ilHl.i-.il.l.l 1 ,-
BILLIAKtt P-wV.eoWh,. 24 hand, ba
aold. reated, agd. Kafr, Sis) Guard
CAJU'Erre. add. storage. Wilton, AxmlBstsri
suitable hMifB'sr A apt. on-. 1310 PopUr'
FOR $S68 CASH will saaelflce roihogaBy 88-
TOaTUaB) BMM.VTaHHJ IftSSs-tl-nlnaantl- t1lrD ata. -1 ' atarV.
otlnak. coat $fl0.
HANDSOME RUSSIAN SABLES
Muff aeek-alec. Uk aaw. at salt vUi. prl-
ANTIQUB fum., brokenlewelry, gold, sliver,
platinum, JlseJlii73l5WaInutJEaLJ WW,
PT tPMITI tl?P Antiques, pianos, etc, part
Furniture Co . 8143 Kensington ate.
W.NTH1 An Underwood typewriter! beat
cosh price. L 4RT. Iyeer Centr-j ,
ROOMS FOR RENT
BARING, 3110-llooms. furnished or untur-
plslieu, -a lioor, tpr iipuw-;-cgt)itir,, tiuvMc.
BROAD. B , tW-Desirable single room, com-
fortapiy turnisreu lwei 1 newtettt irmtwwmr.
CBDAR, 460V-Large, newly furnished roomj
Phone, Woodland 47-87 W,
C1IB6TNUT, 182.7 t-arge. comforUbly fur,
room, 2d floor! rets.; board optional.
CHESTNUT, ltno-tl Desirable furn or unfurn.
auiieai pnvaxo oatnt pTOiraoiuiMMuiuw;
LOCUST, 8710 Prlvato tamfiy Will rent 1 or a
well-furnished rooma to gentlemen) warm and
comtortaDie. l'rrston otm w.
MAtll'Blt. HOI --.FURNISHED ROOMS, SIN-
gle or en suite, hot-water heat; Poplar 2120.
PI Nil ST., 1431 Desirable rooms; alngl or
en suite. .
SPRUCE, 402l)-Newlr opened, very attractive
rurnisneQ rooms; bii con-a.t i, hwii.i
SPRUCE. 2022-Dealrable aulte with prlate
bath: open Orel single rooms) owner.
TIOGA, Westmoreland, iol7-2d and 3d story
front: suitable for two people; moderate;
hreakfaat optional Phone Tioga ,110 W,
WALNUT, :iTlv-I'rlvnte family wilt rent well
furnished room to gentlemen. .
iSTlI N., P2rf-Rennd gentiemen: single or
douple rooms; every homamforttPhonj,
201), Sr122 Rooms, single or en. ault; prl
ate baths, running water: steam heat! newly
pnpered ami painted; gentlemen preferred;
44TH ST., S 218 Oentleman can hae attract,
turn, room; jirlnte fjmlWLbfeak.lphonjj
40T11, 8 , ll27 DmibTe and" alngl rooms; ref
erences excnHngtu. tiowi oiw .
B2D AND'SANSOM Fur-
West Branch nlahed rooms; men only!
Y. M. C. A, meals, shower baths; near
L. All the comforts ot
home, Phons Belmont 4oai
CHEERFUL rooms lor Invalids: exclusive.
privait; rcnicrncDi iiurssinaiBi ; it. Mois
a a. ' S a ..-I ai(ilaa, IP a-l a S oak rl
cent mi. arnoiifj Lan,ut iat.
PRIVATH tmijr will rent S lrr furnished
,-(. , ... , J,K Ti Am -antral
IIANDHOMKLV furnlsned Tfont, room In large
Hill aim ia,cum. i -.tu, mib.. v..........
)Ml'LY furnlsfied front room In largo
prlvato homo. Elcotrlo lights. Ten
i to City Hall. Telephone Daring 41u.
Professional Offices. i
DOOTOini OFFICE UUILD1NU. 2011 Walnut
at. Offices for rent, with heat. light end ser-
vice. For particulars phone locust 24(13.
WALLACE, N. E. COR. 2IST ST. Suite of
rooms for physician; partly turn.; run, aater.
GREEN, 1827 2d-story front, bath, conv,, run-
nlng water, southern xpoure. Pop. 4788 A.
SPrUJCK, 1220 Rooms, single or suite; private
tmin; excellent laoi poarti; pnone.
QPtlUCE, 1221.1220 (Ilrlsmonds) Furn. rooms,
single, en suite; private baths: table board.
WALNUT, 410a Dealrablo vacancies, furnished
or unfurnished; good table. Preston 4822 D.
WALNUT. 4044 2d floor front for couple or
gentlemen: table unexcelled. Belmont 3258 A.
MTI1, N., 15 Prlvato family has few acan-.
cles for gentlemen; conven. Bel. 1803 W.
3318 N. l'TIl ST. Exceptional chance tor ae
lect people; good table and horn comfort.
ROOMS and boarding for two gcntltmsn con
venlent to car lines L 484, Ledger Central.
Olrard ave. nnd 40th at.
Suites 1 to 3 rooms and bath,
SPRING GARDEN, 1010 Excellent apta. In 8
different houses; aome furnished: kltcnenette.
Ciiii3TNUiTlwTn-2 bright rms.. bath, prl:
vate hatUmod.; $30. Apply Janltor,43 8. loth.
WA LN UT ST.', 1431 Apartments of 1 to 4
rooms, with baths, furnished or unfurnished;
first class: $21 up. Apply janitor.
WALNUT.1223-21 (Kenwood) Desirable vacan
cles, slnglo or suite, prlv. baths: will furnish
to suit tenant; moderate rate. Walnut 8181.
61ST, S., 1220-One very moderately furnlshsd
U-room apartment, private bath, electricity,
hot-water heat; pleasant neighborhood; across
from para: cara con anient: private family.
FOR VACANCIES and complete Information ot
all apartments free, consult
lSlh and Spruce ats. Prone Walnut 080, er
wrlto for ''Apartment Directory," December
miuon. r rcc.
BEAUTIFUL ground-floor suit: handomly
furnished; two rooms, bath and kitchenette;
In select, quiet central locality. TJ 230, Led-
HOUSEKEEPING APARTitENT, S room and
bath, central; low rent. P. It. Company,
1317 Pennsylvania Bldg.
apta. 1213-15 Locust.
ONE or two gent'n; elegant furn, room: run.
water, bath, hot-water heat. 55l N, 18th St.
1527-29 Spruce Street
ON FIRST FI.OOR
Apply on Premises
CHESTNUT AND 33TII BTREETS
Or Housekeeping Apt., A Rooms end Bath.
One Housekeeping Apt.. B Rooms and Bath.
R. H. THATCHER. Manager.
WALLACE. N El COR, "1ST ST. Flat of 4r,
and bath: hakpg.: furnished or unfurnished.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
CHOICE properties in all section ot Otn Mt,
Airy. Chest. II.: sil prices. Writ for special
list. J. 11. Cnadwlck & Co.. E618 Garmanlown.
" MOUNT AIRY AND CHESTNUT HILL
l'elham Trust Co.. 8740 Ocrmantown in
HaddonBsld. N. J.
HAVE SEVERAL fine propartlsa at bargain
prices. WM. CAREY MARBKALL. S31 Fed
eral at,, Camden.
National Park. N. at.
YOUR opportunity; lot 23x180; ntar trollsy;
overlooking Del.; adjoin. Campbell Soup Co.
development. Greater N. J. Co.. 83 B. 18th.
100 ACRE) Location, land, buildings, water
and ralTroan facilities all first class: ha
mi.u ",'--" ----- -- .--- "-:-i. -
everytnina: int swi tu '"e?.--r;y-i terni,
several stock farm cheap. ISO. 200 and 230
acresi tha very beat of land and cheap; state
OUT flttMfce. ,uuimu w. ,, ,, a wjjwa-
22 ACRia-$700; xajje of Main Lin
Hald. Wsit Cheater. Pa.
REAL ESTATE SALE OR RENT
NO MONETT required If, ground 1 Improved;
will uk mortgage on N. W. cor. Hancock.
toliljupia ave. wcarte uaua an, o. lain si.
CliaSTNUT ST.. eouth side, above 1Mb at.
BaU or rent. John Dredger. Jr.. Bailey Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
Atlantic City. N. J.
HOTELS, cottaats. apartmsnts. tq., to ax
cbiogf for PElUdslphU pr-partiss. Chas.
H. Fell, 88 B. f en..a" ave.. Atlantic City.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
pROPatRTY in and araoni
d PhlUdelphU. ftr
ihles with -Ml in.
of dsslrable loca-
English IbvimWm! only wi
rana. nroduatiig oroturtlea
tuj5 niea reply- Wire or writ at one to
Ans-taan reprsseotaUv. W, J. MULLETT,
REAL ESTATE E0R BENT
DUUO BTO-. years
oo-nae star& ,,
dwelling, ail w lateat ImMoveraeuts; fatagg
tae pa-amln'Nit streets. Apply mt SS
1 ---.-.----! a
Factories, Warehouses, Mfg. Floor
lsf-608?V.(3L..-15i. ewtral; tvlb BiV
gas ana irvu-u-.i, t-n uoj ouwa OT Hgat
Oalces. Mitslnaai Haunts, Kit
p&. ssse. Tm "
IrTRAl mmom sa-atr. one er iwa rtBTaBS far
C-amv "' -ayf euswiae Qr
P B ComwiBy llVt Penaaylvajal
If AIUSW-rDAaH ltrt;
f5 ACRES-fltock. dairy or jfrult farm. Main
Lira P. R. R,; Quick aale; $to per aeji make
offer; terms reasonable, j, Kr Thompson,
ejr Vsw. sit UKatliuia.
IfeSjgS C RAP P LEM
M . 5MO TrieY'4 - M .
y Xt pi! santA CLAUS'I", & .
THE SNORING HOST ",
"Come, Edgar. I think our auto has
arrived."-Fllegende Dlaetter (Mu
nich WHEN A FELLER NEEDS A FRIEND
They Shared the Honor
A private, anxious to secure leave of
absence, sought tits captain i-lth a most
convincing tale, about a sick wife break
Ins her heart for his presence. The offi
cer, familiar with the soldiers' ways, re
siled: "I am afraid you are not telling the
truth. I have Just received a letter from
your wife urging- me not to let you come
1 ' 1 i.
-WUluuns Purpl Cow,
Conductor How many; i
Conductor What 7
Scotchman Twa, twa.
Conductor Twa twa yourself.
lAna tr-s ngnt was on.)
Mamma My dear, don't you tbhtfc you
are getting tea old to plj.y with W'sJ
Mllly why, no, mammal The elder X
get the better I like them!
RERW CANT BflBY REflB
FOR THE NICE MAN?.
home because you get drunk, break tho
furniture and maltreat her shamefully."
Tha private saluted and started to leave
the room. lie paused at the door, asking:
"Sor, may I speak to you, not aa an offi
cer, but as mon to monT"
"Yea; what Is Itr'
"Well, sor, what I'm sayin" is this,"
approaching the captain and lowering hU
voice: "You and I are two of the most
llllgant liars tha Lord ever made. I'm
not married at all," Exchange.
-A 1 -
I sail ssi 1 1 ail 1 .. , .,-
PISH IN THE SEA
She No. I won't have It. I Uon"t
like the look ot It ' ,
Hawker No, and ycr wouldn't Uka
the look of yerself, missus, If you'd
been chivvied about try submarines
ever slnco the war started."
,.., Converted J-
The wife of a university professor was
recently converted from utter JtulUt-r-enco
to suffrage to ardent support' ot th
cause. As the cultured woman vit. 1 m
Ing downtown she heard the conversa
tion ot two laborers engaged In digging
up thb street, "What do you think abour
tho question ot Women yotln'T" asked
one. "Oh, everybody knows that wirmnln
ain't got sense enough to Vote," answered
the other. It was enough for the lady.
She Is now a sumragtst. Exchange,
A GERMAN HOPE!
Good night! The Eiffel Tower nuns
Paris for Bordeaux.
Entitled to a Reward
"You say jou saw a burglar climbing
out of a window In the house next door
to ou and tie had a phonograph under
Ms armT" asked the Tall Man." '
"I did," asserted the Short Man.
"Did you call the pollcoJ" asked the
"Police, nothing," replied the Short
Man. "I called the burglar over and
handed him a dollar," CtnClqnatt Enquirer
kr ax -ji. -rria ura.
TYVmWKmjSM AND 8Ul?poi"
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A QESMAN JOJUE
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