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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THIS SPAY. FEBRUARY
23, 1915.
-mt.tr -Mwr.bED QUICKLY
"' " ...-"(, of this tIMiMon on
MALI!
TrTtf YOUNG COUPLE, ACCUS
FARLWPo, rmw?rk, woald llko "return to
H""""!..,?. rtSur linve 2 smalt children. 8.
"'rtl'iroWiuort District. 8, O. C, 4018
ftifUM "nue ' ;
STtrn AKD BON, HAVE WORKED Itf
W'JffirV out of work 18 weeks; 0 In family.
&C working. Muit hav. work quickly. J.
wi B.t 85. ,
r i '- , ...ninnn iiinvnnim.Vl
JTKSSSw IMS "vy at the'Vamo ".ecu..
,m J""",iiiii,nt record! a marr ed and
SHU'll, rf.lUngVdo anything B. A.. Ml
SfnrtrTLAYEn - MAN, 30 YBARB OLD.
fSi rr rood work rofeiencsi has been out
i,rt month. has 0 children under 13
f orx jnoniii.. (Franktord Dla-
fflgg &C..TW Unity street.)
- ' '." . . .. Vr oonimitl-WITll
fB. TctterndVwifk badlyi ha.
KSrtTtmB rowatiBn-fiooiETY for
6L'n ffi'.''"ttr-.'"0"1:r.Eronc''nnd
'"vJ.iie. with M era" oxperlcnce aa a noor
"tlSii lie i want work lo support himself
"'J'lwlfa and child. Spent the 20 ers with
Dd ,, and lost position through chanao of
" ".'TiiAti Registered at the Southeastern
tf,vlct Office. MO Wharton trcct. Fllo 8. O.
c. "J
i-"1 , oAt.rxmfAMvntmn MAN.
..Te supncrt of a widowed mother, wants
P'i! h?r K furniture sslesmsn or aa a
Sort ."lET... m furniture factory, lie can
tWn"iY.,i recommendation Irom last cm
nvs '""LiiXiiiJ im ainii. with wana-
IMS VJSrV" e" a. Tnb.
ifiwMNEIt AND CHAUFFEUR - YOUNO
Smshmani 4 months out of work, with one..
RSS5wIW' has had "parl'nco and can
r
. . rarirnnvna. u in -
C7niwvrbD KIN19HKR MAN, f)8 years
S?UId off with 200 othcra: 'haa excellent
KririlereSceaj U small chUdren aw dependent
LyffliO N. Marsh'sll),
ItfARbwOOD FINISHER. WITH GOOD REF-
r.i?nce. h b"" out of work two montha.
it.7taree children, the cldeat one Is tubercy.
SSia.Ird at.)
!rTrtKn-TH13 MAN HAS WORKED IN
i'Wafice for 23 yeara. Ho gave up his
.tSik rfnue and cUrlna treat.)
Wt"tintiloyei. with whom ho workod 2 years.
F- Ail2:
JSStaffl with atpartnwntrtor.. l.aa oxcol-
Tmt reference
Tprfnccs anu iu " .
S..AI.
220,
K nuly experienced man nrcdB work bndly.
r,"l(y fftK". ,n,n,ii.,i in let him co uwlns
u lici ; of work after employing him aecral
., Vi. A.. 1 A.
moUBE PAINTEn-ITALIAN. ErOBCR. IN
lidoltrloua and efficient, wanta work to un
Ktcuiiriuuo . -hil.lrdn. He hnR been out
S tmDloyment for 0 montha. nnd la registered
JLtrrn ri atrltt Olflce. B30 Wharton street.
SKTUv. i"vetlKatedn bv the, Society and
clwnient 4 montha oko. a houee painter with
'.'H'JSS. .! r ent references, wants
."SI'V..-; blurt In Kimnnrt hla wit
f" - ' ..m Btr-M T A. T VPI,t M A M IfAfl
lir?bn out ot work three months, hp haa a
I !f ina lour tiuiuic"! - rf--... .-,
iK?7dand"Di.t.s."'6. a. s3trisii-B.-Ti,
trftt ) ..
I1N3IDC PAINTER AND DnCORATOR-MAN
PL.1: k. .vr birnrn bean out of work for
IlisTiIeitKtn of time Very good nork refer-
1 1 tnr VV. V. r.T I?,.,.,,. a..rt !l,h tr.l
fSSfr'irt. ft. 6. C.. 1V35 Cuthbert ttrcot.
llRON STRUCTURAI. PAINTER, 30 YE'AHb
Sol splendid references; out of work b1i
'lreika: invalid wlfo and threo children tfo-
ni!ent on mm. a. u. .-.. ujj. imrann
IKSn Dlst.. B2 W. Chelten ave.)
.mOrlWORKER YOUNO. BNEROnTIC MAN,
hjKWorkcd 18 years In ono place, and haa
utter had but ono omplou-r. Xoat -nla work
urten the mill whero ha wbb employed closed
'Sown. Has been out or work now B montha.
'ill! a wife and 2 small children. 3 joars and
It months of ago. dependent on him. S. O. C.
to?. (Northeast District. S. O. C. 231U North
itoyara siregt.j
ipnoniCER. 40 yeara old: good referenoj.
k (rct of work two months; wife and threo
cfilldren aepenueni on mm. a. v. ., no. uuo.
loermaniown mat., u- v. v.necn uvc.
ITALIAN IABORER - ITALIAN. WITH SIX
children, the oldest 12 nnd tho youngest--lTlna-2
years old. haa been out of work 0
month!. He Is a willing worker and will take
isrtblng be can .get to do; .8. O. C, SU9.
Iloutheait District. S. p. C. M0 Wharton st.
!MNtTOR-JrAN. 0 Y&XJR8 OF AGE. DE-
ilrra position as .Janitor or. wllL take any kind
ef tailoring work, Ho. has been, out of work
Itoef last August as the result of on accident,
lllj'wlle has tubcrculoels. There nro 3 small
children 'dependent upon him. (Oermaniown
Dlitrlct, 3. O. C. 017. 52 Weat Chelten avenue.)
Sk.r.rt nil WiTPIfViW' ItAQ PVPPr
iulilit references; out of work a long time and
nrtcs a cnancu iii;incum,tjty. i x., ,.
JANtTOR-aOOD. STEADY MAN WISHES
H'umf kind ot position; exiierlenced;, also
lamiuir Tvun siapiw wurn. i. . .n ..
KITCHEN MAN OR LABORER. WITH GOOD
tr-references, willing to do anything, out ot
Hw.M.1, Hn.a Imf llptftW' hnn n wITa nml ,Wh
fthlldren S. O, C, No. B35 (Spring Garden
Dlaf, 1S32 Drandywino st.)
ULAUORER COLOHDD LAnORER. WITH
t wile and two children I and 2 years of age
Itlie children have been 111 and have needed a
Jr.oo.1 deal of care. As the man could not get
fworlrt his wife has gone out hv ilav to hrln
OliFlct. B. O. C 131(1 South 22d street.
iDLBOREn ITALIAN. WITH SIX SMALL
!cblldrenj has been out of work all winter ex
cept a day now and then. He has worked for
In !eitrlf rnnni.ltiv nml hnn vprv trnn.l rfr
Ijiocti. One of his children Is a cripple. S. O
Ian. ciin. srmtheimt ii(9Lri(!t. s. o r n.m
iWharton street. .
lIAEOnDK-l'ATHUn AND RON. 10 YEARS
kotil. out of work; both hao vrry good rel-
freyes mm urn wiuiiii, ,u mbu tuiyiiiiuK iiwy
Ma set to do. thno voung children are de-
luaatnt on them lor support (Nlcetown and
kTlota Diet., 8. O. C, uio. Hunting Park ave.
i anaviariSEa yt.j, , l
LAlJOnnit-MAN, WITH VUHY GOOD REF
Berences; haa been out ot work 0 montha. Ha
Mi a wife and 8 children, the youngeat a
months old. Ho will take any kind ot work ho
un get. H. O. C. G0U. (Southeast Dlitrlct, Ii.
.0. C, S80 Wharton street.)
LABORER. COLORED MAN OUT OP WORK.
fcivsnts odd lobs at whitewashing or anything
I( that will enable him to aupnort a ulfa
1W C imall children: family Is living In the
moil, uesiiiuie circumstances in one amau
qom i v. ii. win
nnni.M vim with a nn.rniTP wn.'i.'
p.Dl nre children has been out of work five
moniiu: nis references aru v.ry gooa ana lie
vlll take any kind ot work that Is offered.
IRouthesst DIst.. S. O. C. C2J. S30 Wharton
gyt.i
HBOIlUlt-ITALIAN. ,'1U Yl.'ARS OLD. V1TII
fl'lbal references; has been out of work nine
toonine: ne has a wiie nnu u smau cnuaren,
rot whom are ill. rJ. O C, k2!i. (Eaateru
DIst.. B. o. c, IUSS, Lawrence st.)
Pftbe children need clothing: temporary relief
la me way o: looa ana doming nsa been
lltta, bot the man wanta work; nls wife la
lick. B. A. 213.
!.AtlfiTirPTX4 a y ft VOitia 1Fr IVtrnfi
r icfllnt reference!: will tako anthln ha
Bi. 10 co to auppori nil oeiintie wire una
LtbliCnn. H O. u W0, (Powtltoq Diet., toh
;Foilion nve.)
ItABOftteft""" , MAN, U0 YEAllfl 6tb. klAS
a-am eui ot wor nina muuinn; n rxceuenc
iviti-QCffc, aoa win lane anyimoir no can get.
k O. C , (V2a. (Eastern Dit., 3, O. C 13S 8.
!lAKttC .J
fsM li T (ilf '"'tVt'TOlI "'iMlm "it WiHtll
T -! s. 4v 1. 4VU4aU UUi -47 -Ha.
iBdV nf IK oil It At Bwttr l.lnr4 n rt-L, n ksln
Mglrl ot lb years. Very urgent. No. hOUi
ILAKOnER. WITH WIFE AND CHILD.
nl ." toc ny kind ot labor to keen his jam-
U' tOStther. fan anvn nna annnlv htm illh
"S.tt;nnorary workT E. AIU20O.
AAOOKeU-MAN WILL DO ANY KIND OF
Vrk! wife and seven children to support;
Eur nuiavu ivr afV9 uignus. J, it. m..
fittgR-THIS " MAN IS INDUSTiUOUB
iW HQil AODr mrtA wanta- unsV a"an vnu liar a. hlmf
IB. A.. 921. '
I?E3f;iSR, ITALIAN, OUT OP WORK SIX
-"EflHER WORKEH-A YOUNO RUSSIAN.
V,7. ?.r old. dsslres work aa suitcase maker.
.Jl will do anything. Was formerly a Jtus
al?i,.q,or. I"i I? the sol support ol Ml
&. ??. chlldrsn In Russia, besldca a
rSfii0 tt1. country. Jle uin give solendld
KSndatlcna from his last emoloyer by
IHSaJss BWA i a- " on (xouat ,Ullt
liW WORK FOR TUBERCULOSIS MAN-
ri.Tir'.S! ramiuf 01 wits ana o cniurea
FtL."l v"n tuberuuloais. but family' tondl-
If Jn?thfr unable to leave homt Lwwue
JpWoriV t fc v ,n)'nn- Wa w U0 unirr
wfC r '"". "fiucsix. woy. iq year u.
2H a a helner on a wason J, W II. SSI.
.WfifAK AND IQIJCCTIHCIAN - VpUNfl
trns w".csciii: uiao Hoa nas ucvu uui vt ww.b
it. 5 niontba, ts willing to tan anything ha
HS,4 lo do He baa 5 small children, and
JgJJl o has hrtp out of work hu wife has
?- vfc lo wjrK py ine aay. snq is now hi.
Q, S BUI. ,Kl..lown nnd Tiusa District S.
Clarissa street and Hunting Park ave-
NaSHOREMAN Alsn DniVER-MAN 1IA8
": Out of work 4 montha and will tak
RWa. he ian get to do lias wlf and
Mby depenfeot Upod Wat 8 O C BUT
uuirii.1. b u, v . ooa doutn uhhhh
KfUiUrtDva . fc A r -f? "Stn rr .UV
ilk it von- nit-wnu vi 'v -
iw s-0"1 l'a ott lto:oun Uc " wur"
fi and I)
'ehMron. ill under U yeara. Ilo la registered
S 3w Bocletv for Organlrlng Charity, at thj
.W'and, District Office. 1232 South 47th
WORK NEEDED QtnCKIr
..iL!.f teojnrtno ef Ihli claaiMcntlon on
rMtaiMHan W Kty Numltra it plwen otnt now
lhts neciy Individual) tan b rcOCncd Qulcfcli
T-
SIALK
LOOM FIXDn-MAN. VITH 10 CHILDRBNi
ha been out of work 7 months. One of the
poya lias tuberculosis, a girl la working rrt
tlmo in a mill, and another boy, 21 years old,
who n-ip been a floor ecraper, la out of work
They will take any kind of work they can get.
Pi.i'-.,c.t tM (rrankford District, S. O. C,
1.M4 Unity street.
MACIttNtST-FOIIMDU RMPLOYER SAY8.
Have known tha man many yeara and have
ihe utmoat confidence In hla honeaty, aobrlety
;nd general rharncter. It doea not ream aa If
no derertea tha hard knocka that have been
hja. loi..".E:J..x 22Z
M'AiHINIST-.MAN, 27 YEARS OLD, HUN
ganan, who apeaka English; has a very good
work reference from last employer. Has S chll
drtn dependmt on him. 8. O. C , (Ml. (Eaatara
2i rlst,B.0.C., 8.H SouthLawreni-e strest.)
MACIIlNinrS VlliLI'ER-MAN HAS WORK
ed 8 yesrs In una place. While lie has been
out of employment, hi wife haa been aenlng
to help ruprort their 8 children. S. O. C. W.
(Northern District, 8. O, C 1130 North
Marshall street.)
MACHINIST! FOni MAN-MAN HAS DKDN
out ot work since Auxuat. He haa a wlia
and three children T years, 8 yeara, and baby
2 months. Spring Oarden Dlaltlct, s. O. C,
1KIJ Urandynlne atreet, 8. O. C. 87U.
MACHINIST MAN HAS WORKED 12
years In one place and haa been out ot work
4 months. Ho will take any kind of work he
can get, 8. O. C, C07, (Northeaal District.
8. O. C, 2310 North Howard street.) .
MACHINST'S Hr.LPBR-HAf, WORKED 14
years In one place, nnd will take anything he
can cot lo do: a family ot small children Is
ceuewlent, on him. B. O. C 8J3. (Powelton
L'l't.i 4D1B Powltofi aye.)
MACHINIST'S IIELPEIl MAN, THOROUGH,
ly familiar with work about autornobllesi has
Very good work references. Has been out of
work all winter. Six children under 18, the
youngest 4 montlm old, are dependent upon
him. fi. O. C. 010. (Powelton District, B. O.
C, 4018 l'owelton avenue.)
MACHINIST'S HESjPBR-AN AMERICAN, 13
cars old, with good references, has been
out of work atneo October; hla wlfo Is dead
and his oldest child la taking caro of the
houao and her four brothers and slaters. H.
O. c, No. 037. (Spring Garden Diet., 1832
Urandywlne at.)
MAN OF WORK, ITALIAN. HAS FAMU
of seven children; boy ot 14 In family; good
bright boy; could make himself ery uso'ul
around a store; father la a laborer; would bo
willing to do any kind of work. J. ". U.
878.
MAN, JEWISH. 48 TfEAIlS OLD, OUT OF
work 4 months. Ono boy working In family
of elcht. Wife la III, but haa not naked for
any help. Neighbors told inveatlgator that her
Minnie In .Ima in wnrrlment and lack of nour
llnhmcnt. A moat ileaervlng caae. J. W. U., 802.
MAN, HAS BEEN .HUCKSTER, OUT OF
work two months: 7 children, all under work
ing age. Two oldest boys, 12 and 13, sell
papers. Family nro about to be evicted for
nopayment or rent. .. .. .. oo.
MAN, JEWISH, TAILOR. OUT OF WORK 2
months; 4 children, only one of working age,
a boy, who will also do any kind of work.
J. W. D.. 891.
MAHRIF.D MAN WITH A WIFI-, AND 0
-.i.. j...n. nH him. tiHtlln. In tin nnv
thing; honoat. sober and worthy, fa. A.. 22.1.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN. ENTIRELY DliSTI-
tute. wants Immediate chance to earn a fair
living E A.. 240 X.
MILLER MAN HAS SPLENDID REFER
enco from last employer, for whom ho work
ed T years, 12. A.. 1U4
MOULDER-MAN HAS WORKED ll YEARS;
hah been out of work for nvo months. Thero
arc five children, tho oldest, a boy W. and tho
youngest. 4 yeara old, Juat when the oldest
bov would have been nblo to go to work nnd
h)n the family, ho developed tuberculoaK
and haa rocently gone to Mont Alto for treat
ment Spring Harden District. . O. C. 1832
lirandywtno street. S. O. ft. SiS.
MOULDER MAN, 40 YBARS OLD. WITH
very good roferoncea; haa been out of work
nearly a year; will tako any kind of work ha
can get to do. S. O. C, No. 030, (Southwea'
DIst., 1110 B. 22d st)
NINETEBN-YEAR-OLD BOY IS THE SOLE
support of his widowed rr other, who la HI;
he has been out of work four months, a
younger brother Is also dependent on him.
(Southeast DIst., S. O, C, 021. 530 Whar
ton st )
PACKER OR ANY KIND OF WORK: HAS
lent references; willing to do anything; hati
wife and G children. E. A,. 220.
PAINTER YOUNG ITALIAN, 21 YEARS,
wishes work at painting, U possible, but will
take any kind of work; parents are old and
father not working for several months; the
son has left home each morning about .1 a. m.
and has wnlned the streets until exhausted.
Ho Is a good workman, hardwood finisher.
Very urgent caae. No, SCi. J, V. B.
PA1NTEB MAN. 34 YEARS OL.D: OUT OF
work two months; worked In his last place a
year, and a half and has good rotcrences; has
a wlfo and three children. S. f). C . No. (150.
(Spring Garden DIst.. 1832 Drandywlne st.)
PAINTER NEEDS WORK BADLY"; WIFD
sick and family In destitute circumstances,
A ): 210 X.
PAINTING AND ODD JOBS YOUNO, ENESR
getlc man, 211 years old, with very good ref
erences, wilt tako r.ny kind of work he can
get. so thnt he can provide for his wife and
tour small children. (Eastern DIst.. S. O. C,
C33. 3.IS S. Lawrence st.)
PAPERHANOER WILLING TO DO ANY-
thlng In his power to keep his wife and
himself from want: good mechanic; excellent
re rerencea. E. A. SIS X.
PHYSICIAN'S IlnLrKU-COLORED BOY. 10
yeara old. honoat nnd reliable. wantB work
ns a" phvalclan's helper to support himself;
mother atid father lire dead, and ho hod Just
been driven from homo of relathcs through
llltrntment. J. W. B. R12, ,
PIPE COVERER AND PLUMBER, AGED 20.
married, 3 children. 0-4-3 jeors of nge, and
willing to do anj thing to keep a root over
their heada E A., 24B X.
PLUMBER AND STEAMFITTER-MAN OF
;i0. a Spanish War veteran, has been out of
work 2 months. His last employer spooks
highly of him. He haa a wlfo and 2 children,
who ure delicate, dependent upon him. He la
willing to do anthlng lo provide for hla fam
ily fl. i. C. (113 (Germontown District, S. O.
c', 5J WeslCheltcnavenue.)
PLUMPER AND BTEAMFITTER- FIRST
class mechanic: out ot employment a long
time and In desperate straits. Has wife and
0 chtldreu and will be glad or anything. E. A.,
23h X.
PLUMBER'S HELPER-34 YKARS OLD; HAa
kooU references: out of work six months: has
a wife and 2 small children. 8. O. C. 0.11.
iSnrlng flarflen Llist., l.n.v- uranuywinB Sl.l
PLUMBER AND STEAMFITTER. WILLING
... .n anv 1,1ml nf work! ran dn electrlral
work also; needs employment badly, aa he haa
v, Ue and 4 children. L. A.. 227.
PRINTER MAN. 30 YEARS OLD. WITH
koo1 references; haa teen out of work 8
mtinths. He haa 2 children and a sick wife.
Sod. UU2. (Eastern District, 8. O, C. 338
Mftuin IJAvrigi.n .......,
PRINTER. FORMERLY WITH ONB OF THE
.... .,.. nrlntlnir houses In l'hlladelnhlfl. whn
:Ue him an excellent reference. E. A.. 228.
PRINTER-HAS WIFE AND 0 CHILDREN;
nteO CIHJJIUJ ll-M UdUi; VMVa IIUUNI,
cuptiDie. ,Ajsiyft,
RIDINO' INSTRUCTOR-CAPABLE H0R8E
Van, 23 years old, with honorable discharge
from U. 8. cavalry, wishes employment, giving
riding lessons or In the care of hones, D. A,,
107.
RIGGER AND BLOCK AND TACKLE
maker needs a Job badly: has a children and
Is willing to do anything, will work for very
lnw wsges to get a start. E. A.. 229.
SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD , BOY , WITH A
mother and younger brothers and sisters de
pendent upon him, lias been out of work all
v. Inter, one ot the children la 111 In the hos
nltal at the present time; he will take any
work ha can get. (Southeast DIst., 8. o. ft,
6'. 330 Whsrton st.) i
SHIPPER. AGE 32; WIFE AND ONE CHILD;
will da anything; last employer stiles he Is
honest and worthy; laid oft due to slack busl
na. E. A.. 200.
BHIPPINO CLERK MAN 3! YEARS OLD,
with splendid reference from last employer,
by whom he was laid ott on account of alacx
work, desires employment. He has a wlte
and 1 child and will do an) thing to kecj) them
irem starving E. A. 18i
EHOEMAKER-CAN'T BOMB BUSY REPAIR
shou give this man even temporary employ
ment A deerli.K ,ae. E A. 232.
SKILLED PLUMBER AND ROOFER MAN
skilled as plumber ana rooter must n
position at once for support of wlfa and three
young children. Will accept any kind of work.
Family aro living In a small room, the rent of
which la long loerdue. During tha last rnontn
the family have been fed by neighbors. Land
lord and others touch for applicant's sobriety
and Industry. Most urgent case. E. A.. TIT.
SKILLED MtrHANlC-MAN" WWII GOOD
work racord; van furnish references; has been
out of work iwvwrul ncntha, wl(e and two iit
tla ihllJrmi fsiina: iientltution. J W B., h'.
hTEVEDORE-A WILLING WORKER. WITH
fuod referentus. has lwn out ot work ail
ntcr Hla wIU Is delKite, hU oldest boy
has tuberculosis, una int are 3 other chil
dren tne youngest a years oJd. S. O. . u9.
Southeast Duirlc.. 8 O C" Ha Whartont.
BTOCKINOTBOARDBR-I'aT FIVB YEAR3
In IhA alma nla.ee. out of work two months.
Has a wlfa and sic small children, the .young
eat a baby 0 month old. 8. a O., No. 013.
TAltOR-lTALlW: 8 'tlllLDjlHN:; OLDW
11 and youngest a year and half. All
last summer hli workwa very Hack wilM
has not ba,d any work sines the 1st of Sep
tember, lie will ke any kind of work fc
cm get. H. O. C, 878. South wcat District,
B. OrC. late 6quth 22d sUest
TAILOR ANDRES8BB. HAS FINE I BED.
ommendatloni covering year back and need
lguncdlatw work EA 233
TEAMSTER - FORMER EMPlYBR SAY9
ha U unrlslit induatnoua and trustwortby.
a tsrr ncwd ouui with borsas E A. f4
TEAMSTER." WITH . ONE PIBM FQU
tear, ku teen out of work two awttfiu. Haa
a wife a1 four children 8 O C, .
(NodbtMt Dut , 4 N. ijuward t
,... ...v... .... ... , ,
w0ttK NEEDED QUI0KMT
Af fn oeutnnlap- ef Ides efnssMcnflon nn
M-plaiMtlott o Ktv Kumbtm Is ofcen ond now
tnesa needy faili-fdanla can be reaencJ ijulcWy.
MALE
T5nVVRTn.TMANt with, wirn AND 8
v-WF children, the youngest a a-months-old
tS'Xi " 9n. tn appllrants' list of the Society
JJ OrRnnUlnB Charity. Was a flrat-tlaes team
f,,.lr..un."1. two .yeara ago, when he contracted
tuberculosis. Family was cared for by tho
aociety in tho meanwhile. Man pronounced
---... .ri Ian. urn ,iua orcn unnuiB lu ,''
jniplpjnienl. Wants a chance to. make his
.-..Mi luiieptnueni again, iiegisteroa ni aouin'
JJ1lt"nMlatrlc Office, 1310 South 22d atreet
Hl 8, O C, 806.
Timt'E PEOl'Lfl IN. flAME FAMILY OUT
Ml 1uK MS
take any klnc
of woth Xlsn Is an Italian laborer, and will
ny Rinu pi vrorn no Clin gel. no run
llcsnd ;t children IS. 12 and n sears of
ate, The.lS-year-old alrl ha ben helping by
doing fewlns;, but would line rezular and per
manent employment, The man's wife haa
'.P. doing, waahtng a nd fewlng when aha I
cQum get u. sue, site, would like more
S,f",ir work. 8 o. v.. MO, Southeaat Die-UlSJi-I-
O. C.. M0 Wharton street.
TINSMITH AND BHiJET METAL WORKITn
hsa 2 children and no wlfo with them; he
r;"22. employment as soon ss possible E.
A, 23V
TWO BOYB OUT OF WORK TWO IIOYB IN
the same family (17 and IS years of ago) are
out of work they will tako anything they can
get to do. (Nicitnwn and Tioga DIst. fi. O.
S-j.,".!"! Hunilng Park ave, and Clarissa st.)
WATCHMAN-MAN, M YEA118 . OLD, OF
sober habile, with a wife and 2 children who
arn In desperate need, denlrcs position a
watchman or caretaker. B. A. 108.
WATfHMAN OR FIREMAN MIDDLE
. aged man with wlfa and 2 children: pretly
desnerntr and needs work: willing (o do any
thing. E. A. 2.1(1.
WB HAVE AN APPLICATION FOR ANY
kind of work from a former member ot the
city police: ho has B children: 0 years and
sounger snd ono 8 years, a cripple: this la a
verv deserving, taae and he la willing, to do
anvthlng: would make an excellent Janitor or
watchman, 13. A. 200,
WEAVER MAN, 84 YEAHS OLD) HAS
been out of w rk 0 months. Hla wife has
been doing sew) g tn help support their 3
small tblidren . . O. C 600, (Franktord DIs
trlct, 8. O. C, 1344 Unity atreet.)
WDAVr.R-SKILI.nD CARPET WBAVKR.Ct)
ears old. of robar and Industrious habits,
wants work. Wlfo, 6S vears old, will taku
waahlng or work aa hourecloaner. L. A. le1.
WHARF BtHLDER-FOCPERIENCED MAN.
i seara oia, b yenrs wnn msi empiuypr, wo
as forced to let him go to cut down oxpcnes.
go to cu
n, His
Has u wife, 3 chlldrr
wife Is to have
hAlha- MM meinn. ImmMllnln batn In necna
sarv as thla fnmlly l .1 montha. behind in
their rent, and are In danger of being evicted
by the landlord. E A. 100.
WIDOW'S .1 RONS OUT OF WORK t A
widow with 0 chlldron waa dependent on her
3 eldest sons. Now thoY are all out of work.
One has worked In locomotive works nnd the
other 2 have been helpers on express wsgons
Thov will take any kind of work that Is offered.
8 O C, M7V (Northern District. 8. O. C. 14'10
N'or'h Mandrill street )
WOODWORKER-CincUI-AR SAW OPEtlA
tor. .13 veers old, hos bem .out of work J
months, lip Is a widower with 2 small boys.
Will take any kind of work that Is offered him,
8. O. C. 301. (Woodland District, 8. O. C, 1232
South 47in street.)
10-YEAR-OLD BOY ONLY SUPPORT OF
his widowed mother nnd four sisters and
brothers, will tako any kind of work he can
get; ho bos worked In a bakery and In a fac
tory, and has very good references. 8. O. C,
(12, (Northern DIst., 8. O. C, 1430 N. Mar
shnll it.)
FEMALE
EMBROIDERY WIDOW WHO DOES BEAU-
tlful hand embroidery wants work for tho
support of her two children H. A., 11)0.
GIRL, ABOUT 10, MOTHLtt DEAD, WANTS
permanent position with private Catholic
family as mother's helper, or to assist with
housework. J. V. B S7H.
GIRLS-TWO GIRLS WANT ANY KIND OF
work; housowork or sewing; no one in lamuy
ot eight working- mother III. J. W. B 8110,
11 U U a Li l- II H. lXflliikSUU UIHU,
strong and capable, would like work to help
support the family; sho has threo brothers and
sisters and her father has only part time work
as n driver 3. O. C. 031. (Ponelton DIst.,
4018 Powelton ao.)
HOUSEWORK OR MOTHTU'S HELPER 14-year-old
girl with good s"hool record Is seek
ing work to help support lir mother and five
brothers and sisters. S O C. 030. (Powelton
DIst., 4018 Powelton nve.)
.......- ...-.n.nA.V .Vt, T
HOUSEWORK WOMAN WANTS PLACE
with daughter doing soma kind of house
work, they aro penniless and without re
sources E. A., 210.
MOTHER AND TWO DAUGHTERS WANT
work; father of family recently deserted,
leaving the mother with 8 children: all are
KlrK the youngest B months old: mother and
two eldest dnughters. 10 and 14 year" old.
want any kind of work at once: a homeless
voung woman. 20 years old. being cared for
In this family, nlso seeks employment; since
desertion, mother has been doing laundry work
nt horn.-, but Is no longer able to get It.
.1. , . tt O, ,i
OPUHATtlR. EXPERT ON SIIIKT8 AND
out of work acveral weeks Is cry urgently In
need of help; Bha haa been supporting a cousin
who Is too 111 to work and their, case Is mot
pathetic: they have been living In a boarding
house whero the peoNo have been most con
siderate, but now they must havo help; sowing
nt home will be acceptable. J. W. P.. 871.
SEAMSTRESS-A WIDOW OF 70 YEARS IS
unablo to get work to support herself: she
Is nlonu In tho world: wants sowing and needs
work badly; Is recommended by St. Peter s
Church. E. A., 215.
SEWING-" WOMAN WITH 4 CHILDREN
wants to do sewing to support the family
until her husband, who has been unemployed
for several weeks, gets work; (hoy are abso
lutely without funds; the Investigator reports
that they are very respectablu and havo a
neat home, the 16-year-old daughter also
w ants any kind of work. B. A., 217.
BEWING A GERMAN WOMAN DEHIRE3
Plain sewing. She Is the sole support of an
Invalid husband and four children ranging
from 4 months to U years of age. The hue
band la a longshoreman who has been 111 for
months suffering from rheumatism nnd lack
ofnrnper nqu rlshment. E. A., IP. .
UPHOLSTERY FINISHER A WIDOW, WHO
has worked 20 years tn one place, has lost her
work throiiRh no fault of her own. A
daughter with tubercular tjndenclea Is de
pendent on her. S. O. C 013. (Powel on Dis
trict. 8.ftj40t8JUjmjvyejnio;)
"WEAVER-FRENCH WOMAN. WIFB OF
reservist, with good references. Is trying to
support her 3-year-old child her husband In
serving In tho French war S. O. C, No. 032.
(rrankford DIst.. 1814 Unity, st )
v7lNDERiNMILL-THIS WOMAN HAS
had to become tho bread-winner on account
of her husband'a lllneaa with tuberculosis. She
i trying to support her 8 small children. For
a months she has not been able to get any
work SO. C. 008 (Northcaat District, 8. O.
C, 2B4U rvortn iiphhiu p,,co..
WOMAN. JEWISH. MUST HAVE WORK TO
aupport family of 5 children. Husband la
seriously 111. When Investigator called he w-aa
shown a box of stale bread, which -naa put In
the oven to Boften. Here la a woman who must
have work. J. W. B- 888.
AUTOMOBILES
For Sale
CADILLAC 1010 landaulet; demountable rims,
tires and motor In good condition; will sacri
fice for cash; Plerce-Arrow limousine, model
1008, 230; bargain for quick buyer; owner
must havo cash jacoos uarage. juorria ana
Winona avrs., Oermantown, Bell phone, Qer
mantown Bflal.
We store your automobile and loan money
on It st low ratm Acme latn Co.. 2034
Kensington avu. Phone Kensington 811.
ATJTO TJCVERY AND OARAGES
LIBERTY Taxlcab Service Limousine, taxi
cabs, touring cars. Call PQPj:M!jlacs337L
D0SINESS NOTICES
PnlVATE LOOK MAIL DOXI58 TO RENT;
P")NKf4T IN THE CITY. 38 N. BROAD BVl
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
AM EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY ofTered
to any one who haa 125 or 150 to Invest, a
619. Ledger Central.
CIGAR. CANDY, BTATIONE41Y, TOYS, inn
Cnlng .90 wtekly Walsh. J!T82 N. 22d.'
PTR-CIOAB. CANDY. STATIONEnY. Rent
120; lunctlon oar line. li7KjN. 22d.
CARPET CLEANING
WEST PHILA. MONARCH STORAOB CO.
'aa. PER YARD .HHIO-73 LANCASTER AVE.
CLEANING AND DYEING
OSTRICH FEATHERS AND FANCIES
CLEANED, DYED. MAILHOT. 1510 Chestnut.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
80METHINO NBW,
Get In early, you may be lucky: get youi
BPrlOg SUlt now jiamunu uwm J
DRESSMAKING tatght. short, prao. course.
MeDSwsll?30T Decckla Bldg.. lltli & Market.
DRESSMAKER, exp., wlshts day angajts'nta;
ttrms mod i remodet. 202U Arch. 1m 9835 P.
ADVANCE styles In dressmaking; S and up
ward. Sooa a. 10th st. Dickinson 8143 W.
POR BALE
BILLIARD, pool, combination. 2d hand bought.
sold, rented, ex-d. Keater, 823 Olrard ave.
HEATING
MAKIN-KELSEY HEATING
Better and chapr tbao hot water or steam.
rtttoliTitriTn&tUft
6 and 8 N. i8th
3NBTllt;CI01I
NEW MEMBER8 ALWAYB WELCOUB
Ii
h CsitllllsnClub studies nnd converses In
1'ANIBII. Business customs, phraseology
taught under native teacher.
.Yerjr oicuiiii,
8-10 Dues II n month
lliOO ARCH
I IIIUUIIIl
ARCH BTREET,
OLD QOIiD
DIAMONDS D!NATNG1Dtt5V,,NTD,tJIriT"
ANTtQtJfrs. brokrjtwl?y- BoWrfaUa teelh,
IhJI.h UU. a,l.a..t. VAHhl OITfl tllllcrrt AVA.
I'lmmi .'fva fc'tn-WID ""XJ " .' in - -.--.
PniNTlNG
2000 GOOD ENATLOrKS AND iPRlNTINOS
nlie. o, 2 Graphlo Automatic Press, 015
17 Hnnstead at. ' 8enM for Bample '.' .
BTORAQE
rtELlABLn BTORAOE, MOVINO, PAOKlNO.
8HIPPINO. 2010-44 tit BOTH B't. D1A. 47-47.
WANTED
PlIRNITltRP Antiques, pianos, ete., part
rUKlNl 1 UIVC cr ent,r8 noUie bought.
Kens. Furniture Co.. 3143 Kensington Ave.
KOOMS TOR BENT
BROAD, N., 804- Urge, attractively furnished
rooms; straw heat. loctrld light) futh"n
erjosure; excellent locations 10 minutes from
eriKisure; exceueni incaiion, xu ihuiuk. .,-y.
heart of cltyi anlendld dining room; n.eals
optional; pholn displayed at Lodger t-entrai.
CEDAR AVE., 400.1 Desirable rum. u'"?or
room redned neighborhood. Woodland 4I8T
W. Photo displayed at ledger Central.
CHESTNUT, llHii-ltooma. single and en suite,
steam heat. Telephone Locust 7JL
CHE8TNUT. 4430 Excep. vacs., warm, cheer
ful rooms; convas board optional; phons.
LOCUST. 1603 Attractive rooms, flngls or
su i to, a ii Jwujta i nf mrn. or umurn.j ww m.f
IOWELTON AVa, 3410-Excol. aocom'ns for
thoso who appreciate convs. ana cieaniincs.
Baring 71t2 I Photo displayed at Led. Cont.
tl'llUCE, 2022-Dcslrable suite, with private
bath; open nie; phone; owner.
VENANGO 1412-Prlvate family will rent
.large well-furn. 1-arlor; board opposite.
WALNUT, 3003 Large 2d-fioor front: eeml
prlvatn bath, hot-water heat: etcept. table.
ran and Bansom Furnished
rooms: men oniy; tncalsi
WEST BRANCH shower baths; near L! all the
Y. M. C. A. comfoita of homo. Phone Bel
mont sooij i.yi i wi "w
12TH, N 17B2 Woll-furnlshod 3d-fioor front;
inner accommouaiiouir. jyyiiginsiv,, ..v.
13TII, S., 32.1 Nicely furnished rooms; reason'
uoie prices; an cunvs.; mmuui iw."""'
13TH. 8 237-COMFORTABLY FURrllSHBD
1106mS; ALSO I'HOPfcSSIONAI. OKF1CK. .
B2D, N , 410-Nlcel furnlshod rooms In private
family, conv toclty. Belmont 14T3 D.
ELLOANTLY' turn. 2-room theerful apartment,
with private bath 170f, Mount Vernon at,
NEATLY furnished room In reflncM nelglioor
hood of Ovcrbrook: board opt. Belmont -tjWO.
BOARDING
CnDAR. 4W2 Very desirable furnished rooms!
good table; prUale family. Wood. 2333D.
CHESTNUT. 4iVIS-Oood table: nl:e neighbor
hood: conv. to city. Phone Preston M24 D.
MASTER. 1700 (S. W. cor.) Pleasant room,
newly papered and pnlnt.; run, water: phone.
ltJWKLTON AVE., 4I7 aunny front room,
with board; quiet family, terms modorate.
8PK.UCE, 1224-20" (Brlsmonde) Furnished rms
single, en sulle; prUnle luths; table board.
si'Rticii 1230 Suite of rooms, private
n ATI I TAnLE110A 11D;
3STJI, N ,"302 Third-door room, with board;
good location: all conveniences
Suburban
GERMANTOWN. 233 W. Rltlenhouse St.. be
tween Wayne and Greene Desirable rooms,
with hoard. Phone Otn. 1.BT3 X.
APARTMENTS
SPRING GARDEN, 1010 Excellont apts. In 8
different houses, soma turn'd; kitchenettes.
OVERBROOK Two'con. rooms, with prlv.
porch: board optional. Ph Overbk. 1800 P.
FOR VACANCIES nnd complete Information
of all upartmcntaiFREE, consult
APARTMENT BUREAU
13th nnd Spruce ata. Phono Walnut 080. or
write for February "Apartment Directory."
31ST, 8., 1220 Handsomoly turnlahed 2d-fIoor
apartment. .1 rooms, bath use ot kitchen;
dining room downstairs refined neighborhood;
opposite Park, convenient to cars.
" CHILTON APARTMENTS
321S BARING ST.
Two first-floor rooms with prlv. bath; suita
ble dentist or doctor or apmts. Mrs. Belle
'. McClaln, itsr. Bell phone. Preston 0387.
I5LIXJANT''ri.UITE, furnished or unfurnished;
onin, neai, iigni, hibu huiuii jui,u. u,,u.
nlshed. use-, garage; splendid neighborhood;
natn, neat," jignt, aiao Baton punur. umui
reasonaDie; private lamur. u .
0th st.
BEAUTIFUL bachelor apts.: suit, for couple:
marble shower bath: kitchenette; unusually
light: south, expos.; rent I in. liwi iussisr st,
I ION"? HPAn Handflomely furnished
L.IVJIN O ncnu t. U18.18 Locust.
FURNISHED APARTMENTB
ELEGANTLY turn. 2-room cheerful apartment,
with private bath. ITO.-i Mount Vernon at.
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS
JCHNT APARTMENTS N ,? ST.
Ifousekeelng apartments, 4 rooma and bath.
sa-.pu montn jnnuor surwce.
DIAMOND, 2110 Apply 2112; new, attractive
apartments; all omaldo rooms: $23.
HAMILTON, 8843- Furn or unfurn., 4 rooms
and bath; prhate fnmlly: 2d floor: phone.
READ ESTATE POR SALE
CITY
14TII AND.20TH WARD buyers are with
BIMON J. WALDMAN
1110 WEST alRARD AVENUE
Bent collected Prompt attention.
BUDunnAN
Ambler, Pa.
WE SPECIALIZE In suburban property along
the P. and It.. Bethlehem and Doylestown
branches: we offer suburban homes, farms.
Improved country places and building sites:
we can satisfy any. reasonable purchaser.
II J PAGER. Inc.. Ambler. Pau
NEW JERSEY
Ifadilnnflfld. N. J.
itn- nicVKRAL FINE PnOPBItTIBB-at
ww. . --VLtit f.ATIPrv MAlUlliALL.
bargain prices. wa. uii
aSi Kaderal st.. Camdsn
narrain nrKcii ,..t ..... .--
National Tarlf, N. J.
you
:SnOTITr.Wi.aVof5.pb,f,"ao"K!
overlooking wei.; aujwi,,. .-....... x tmzZ
.I"lmnt OKatar N. J. Co.. VI B, Itth.
iynaMmrylIliht. N. J.
nr-vwrtAL, desirable homes and Improved bldfl,
BToUa reason. blenrlees. John MltThsw.
uope aiay. f;
cojja
'AOES. toiela. PU . or Hi or nt,
jSrlo MllUr. JJ8 dec an at.
b....aatSi Vfs V1WI1I
&aT,.f.crf,.r1ni!:VVW;2.nd3
.Brr.i? tni v.ry best .of land apiche-apj state
v,u, wants. JOftM rH,.'.,."..
ii ACRE!, iSTSO; 1 miles Main Un Penna-j
'bargain. HnALp, TVeat Cheater, Penna.
T1T"a'crhJ9 commuter's home , abundanco of
1 fruiti T alOOO. J. P. Thompson, W. Chester. Pa.
REAL ESTATE TO EX0HAN0B
Atlantla .City. W. J
sirvrELB. cottages apartments, eto. ,to es
1 rhamfs i or Phllade pbla properties. Clfat,
"'ir.ii. M B Venna. ave.. Atlantlo Clty.
BEA.L ESTATE POR RENT
' "TTCTflKS, HUBINESS HOOM3. ETO.
Vv- itfcNT Part of office, second floor front)
?!? cUnventcncea. 711 Walnut at.
WEST rilllAtHJim
nuwsTmLADELIUHA houtea for rent, fao-
' i?. Gtorg? 11111. alrmflunt Park; conven.
i?nt tfaln and trolley, Sent reasonable. Ap-
llyBlantfs Vtixaat ted and Parkalde ave.
Atlantlo City, N. J.
iryreLS boarding nouses, cottages, etc.
HPTgETO & MOORE. 40 S. Florida ave.
' ' Cape May. N. J. "
ifimrJlBHtD COTTAGB3, all locations, 1300
and upward Fletcher W. Btltea, S09 droaer
nidg. PhlladeibhuL
ithNlBHED oattages. all Improvements; n
kable. C Earle Millar. JUS Ocean at.
" rOR RENTt-PTJRNISEPED
UStELS. BOARDIKQ HOU8ES. VH.LAa.
1 ccyWAbsa, APARTMENTS, any season, all
Satloa. AiHntlp City, ClwUea, Venwori
auiomoBus IJtBH 4 rBartlett SUg,
, -rzz "" ''TT.ss TTSlOiX' m""ST ' -
jaORTQAGEa
nuTurB&'H
I T SAMUEL H
He Mndo Sure
Drown Why do you offer suoh a
largo reward for tho return of that
horrid, yelping our?
Jones To please my wlfo.
Brown Dut suoh a largo reward
wilt surely bring him back.
.Jones Oh, no, It won't! X drowned
him myaolfl
Making News
Iboporter Madom, you may recollocl
thnt wo printed yesterday your dental of
having; retracted tho contrndlotlon of your
original statement. Would you caro to
havo ua eay that you were misquoted In
regard to It? LKe.
Sufficient
Professor Your answer la as clear as
mud.
Student Well, that covers the ground,
doesn't it? Purple Cow.
IT'S NO USE FIGIITING WnEN
3 2JL 1" ,
"WMAH. I've HMT0UR OF THE
NARROVjEOT llSfJiPtt rRflM
ACCIPrNTft .TTrOAY
THE GOLF FIEND PICKED UP A BOOK ON THE SUBJECT
4 j. 'W?&ffif j
. m - S. ...-as.
9 -'MSP'
SCRAPPLE
THE IPADDED CELL
, i
"N. Ly -''"' jvtfi ?a
THE JINX ARE AFTER YOU
f "0H WHAT'S THE CAU A WtTWtfl
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(0
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1 1 1 1 1 i ii
iLampooOf
Jlother (to Bentlemnn.wlio has been
Marine at child for nvo minutes)
Ilubber! ,
Old Gentleman Thank heaven! I
thought It wrt ivihvyv " . v
V " ' , M ' A, ".
DovmnWith It . - ' v.-.i'
She And knowing my opinion of
did that odious Mr. Banks Insult ,y
By oflenng" you n. arinjcv
He That's what ho did. . .
She How did. you resent It?
Ho I swallowed the' Insult!
HE HAD NEVER READ
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