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EVENING- LED0BII-PHIIADBLPHIA, tTHUESBAY, hjLY 27, 1016.
fmm Ctewft cdwfwteiw
JcM R, tankm! ilt nr touro for ft.
rfewfi sr eep atrecte him to tho
i lth !nsa Iwrt h cme to lose.
tenTJnw." After setting on the right
f k wtSBr4 went too far- or not Ut
Wirt. tfi M bout ta lre up all
wtew M daftly wiled a bathtub
tftmt vlt s twnfers ehdp on Lancaster
Rm ttttivr h caw a man watering
stTJtiA Jfttlk Jt i?dje.
Jwi MM Wra to direct the hosa Into
tnt, ! In . fthort tima the tub was
1 wttft water. Being aware ot tna
tMM ttfcfir milts art required when
Mr !n'Pt)llo, Joe) jumped In his
btfl.l ( 4b ljfe IrnllklA (n (lift
i 1,. .t. HBithu V,o V... 4irAferefl
It d the seashora on account of tna
I srer of sharks.
I is was only about halt through his
EiMlc exercise when the proprietor of
piumoing snop tuscovereu mm aim
floe k'ept htm at a distance by dousing
la with water. Finally a cop arrived and
hd Joe out on the sidewalk. On -facing
I Ristrats Harris joo sam no was moveu
tBe .spirit or economy.
n brought to a hospital ahd It would
IhA tHe iAi'aMit rlnttnra in hrlne. tnA
yVjilnd and more than that to keep me on
.llfialltlnjc that Joe's chief object was to
3p cool, the Judge allowed him to en
Joy the shade of the House ot Correction
r the next month.
Junk Collections Run Into Millions
WASHINGTON, July 27. Junk men In
United States collected $114,000,000
rth of scrap Iron and other metals last
t, the Geological Survey announces.
India's Wheat Crop Less
i WASHINGTON, July 27, India's wheat
v), fc.iia cni in (tuk ,kk is 1'cft ..v.ib ivaa
ban last year's In consular advices.
'.The yield forecast Is 8,500,000 long tons.
EMMA T. LAMBOUN, POET, DIES
Author, Sister of Bayard Taylor, Suc-
I Jk, WU11IU3 Uk JLlUlIIUIUItUB
Mrs. Emma Taylor Lamborn, author and
poet; and the sister of Bayard Taylor, a
koet, died at "Hornblende." her home at
Konnett Square, Pa., on Tuesday after a
, i 3trs. Lamborn was born In 1834 at Ken-
sett Square and wns 82 years old. Through
out her girlhood She lived at Kennett
Square, and after tho Civil War she mar-
rled'Charlea B. Lamborn. land commissioner
f the Northern Pac'flo Railroad. Her mar
ried Ufa was largely spent In travel, but
after her husband's death In 1902 Mrs.
'.lamborn returned to Konnett Square.
.airs. Lamborn was known as the author
jet several books of versa and Bhort stories
and a volume of reminiscences of her first
trlD abroad with her brother. Bayard Tay-
R. t lor, In 1806. She Is survived by a sister.
Mrs. Charles Carey, of Kennett Square, and
two daughters. Mrs, AV. S. Peet. of St. Paul,
Minn., and Mrs. "W. E. Polk, ot Kennett
Square. The funeral will tako place at 2
H,"m, today at hor home, and burial will bo
at Tongwood Cemetery by the side of her
husband and near the grave of Bayard
Major Benjamin T. Janncy
After an Illness of three weeks Major
Benjamin Taylor Janney, of tha Second
Company of tho One Hundred and Fiftieth
Volunteer Bucktalls, a veteran of tho Civil
IDEAL FAMILY EXCURSION
an steamer lnumaa ttiuc
To AUGUSTINE BEACH
OQ-MILE RIDE for 50c
BTOrriNO AT CHESTER IIAir.Y
TENSSOBOVE WEEKDAYS ONL,
Dnlr boat ta Aacuitln Ilearh. Landing In
fruit ot Grove. Sat ult nuter bntlilnc 300
TiANClKQ ALL DAY on boat & rrounili. l'lentr
tbte, bench-, and khade. Artolan water.
Fare Bd SOc Children M 25c
Jare Anil SL .St. Vhnrf 8:30 A. M. Dull.
nunour vivu , ji.
i JAHES E. OTIS, itsr,, 3 AKCII STItEET
HAVE YOU eVeb BEEN TO
OX Tnn TIIKEE-DECJC IUON
STEAMER QUEEN ANNE
Special Reduced Rtites Everj' Day
Eieent Haturdnra, Bnndirs mil Holldir.
Adults, 35c; Children, 20c
jReruIar Ratvst. Adnlts. fiflct CMldrrn. 23c.
K( Aenvc irrn pi. nimn iliilt, amv t, ji.
HilltuciiDort ntd Thfitrr.
SELECT EVENING TRIPS
Cr THE DELAWARE
rj ThM., Frl., Snt, nd Humlur ETenlns,
XeaTlni Arch Htrrrt M'hirf, 8:15 I'. M.
Adults, 35c; Children, 20c
Xavea Arch St. Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays. 6 P. M for Can
May, Wlldwood and Uvrti. Stops at
Chctter at 7.30 l'. M. on way down.
Arrlyea a Cape Stay 7 A. SI. Leaves
Capo May Wednesdays, Fridays and
Sundays, 6 l'- at, Jtouna trip. l.su.
Ticket good to return within 16 days.
Staterooms newiy lurnianea uenclU-
ittt night ride on rjver, bay and ocean.
I jBsstaurant- Orchestra, I'bone, Market
'ow Is the Time to Select the Right Private School for Next Fall Consult Ledger Central Educational Bureau
PETEY Isn't that Just Like a Fat Woman?
Wart died last Monday nt his home, 919
ftorth Sixteenth street, from complication
df diseases. He was 78 years old Ho re
Urcd from the manufacturing ot pulleys
eight years aito. Major Janney wak born
In LAwrehcovIlle, Pa and moved to this
city wheh a boy. When tho Civil War
started h,e organized a company ot cavalry
and placed It at the disposal ot the Gov
eminent. Ha was wounded twice In the
Battle of Gettysburg.
8CHENCK, In lolnr rtmfmbranee of my be
loved mother,, HENRIETTA E. 8CHENCK,
Died July 2T, 1813. A. P. 8CIIKNCIC.
AT.KINS.-On Jnly 20. 1818. CATHARINE,
daughter or the late Frcdrlclc and Caroline
Rehollar. Relatives and friend are Invited
to attend the. funeral rvlce. on Saturday,
at 2 p. m.. at her mother-lnlaw' realdence,
221S Emerald at Interment private. Remains
may be viewed on Friday, at 7 p. m.
nONACHEA. On July SB. 1010. CATHERINE,
wife of Ramon llonachea, ot 201 S, fiilth at.
Interment private. Remains may be viewed
DR1NTON, On July, id. 191(1. LEAH A., wife
ot Cnarlea E. Krlnton. Relatives are Invited to
attend the funeral aervloa. on Saturday, at
2 p, m., at her late residence, 1087 S. Croakey
at. Interment private.
CAIRNS. On July 2S, 101S. ARCHIBALD
JA1JIHH. Deioven nuaDana oi r.stner uairna.
Relatives and frlenda, also KenrearRa Idae.
No. 140, I. O. O. F., and Philadelphia Indire,
No. r.4, I.. O. O. M., are Invited to attend tho
funeral, on Saturday, nt 3 p. m., from the
realdence at hla brother-in-law, William Wool.
tn, S8S North Rucknell at. (near 24th nnd
r.iplar (s.). Interment at Weat Laurel Hill
COM,. On July 20. lfllfl, MARY, dauahter of
the late William and Catharine Coll. Relatives
and friends are Invited to attend the funeral,
on Saturday, nt 8:80 a. m., from her late
residence, (12ft Shedwlrk at. (asth at. and
Falrmount Ale.). West rhlladeiphla. Solemn
requiem maaa at fit. Agatha's Church, at 10
a m Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
CUNNINGHAM. On July 25, 1010. MARY,
daushtcr of Mary nnd the late Joaeph Cun
nlnsham. Relatives and friends ara Invited
to attend the funeral services, on Saturday,
at 2 p, m. precisely, at her late resldenc,
2210 North 18th at. Interment strictly pri
vate. Automoblln funeral.
DOIJHON. On July 20. 1010, SAMUEIj A.
DODSON. Remains may be viewed Thursday,
from 7 to 0 p, m. Interment at Atauoh.
Chunk, Pa., on nrrlval of train leaving Rend
Ine Terminal at 0:30 a, m. Friday.
DOWNINO. On July 20, 1010, JOHN, hus
band ot Jane Downing. Relntles and friends
are invited to attend services, on Saturday, 2
ri. m.. nt his late residence, 122 W. Oraer"s
ane. Chestnut Hill. Interment Ivy Hill Ceme
tery. aAI.LAMIER. On July 25. 1010. LEO J., son
of James and Margaret Oallagher, nged 32
years. Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend the luneral, Fridnv. at 7:30 n m ,
from the residence of his brother-in-law,
Frank Piper, 751 N. McAlpin st. Requiem
high mass at St. Agatha's Church, nt 3 a. in.
Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
GERHARD. On July 25. 1010. at Norrlstown,
Ra EL.IZAI1ET;! M wife of Marvin F.
Gerhard, nnd daughter of Elisabeth M, nnd
the late Oamuel A, Mlddleton, In the 3nth
year of her nge. Relatives nnd friends are In
vited to attend the funernl, from the residence
of her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Mlddleton,
520 Uuttomvood st., Norrlstown. Frldny nt
2:30 p. m. Interment private at Riverside
GLACKEN. On July 25. 1010. PATRICK J.,
husband ot Ann Olacken. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend tho funernl, on
Baturday, at 8:30 a. n from his lito esl
dence. 711 North t4th st. Hlgl mass of
requiem at tho Church of Our Mother ot Sor
rows at 10 a. m. Interment at Cathedral
IIAI.L. On July 25 lolfl. In Conshohorken, Pa,,
DR. WILLIAM M. HALL, nged 50 years.
Relatives and friends nro Invited to attend the
funeral, from hla luto residence, 300 Favctte
st., Friday, 2 p. m. Services in .Calvary P. E.
All tho charm ot quaint,
old-world travel haunts.
830 miles of lakes, rivers and
Tha trip Include the Thou
sand Islands, the axcltlng de
scent of tho murvelou rapldSj
the historic associations or
Montreal, Quaint old Quebec,
River, with Its stupen
dous Cape "Trinity" and
Steamship Hotel 4 at Murray
Bay and Tadouiac.
CKNKBK STEAMSHIP IXNTES
ATLANTIC CITY, X. J.
ILATOEST rWTJMOr JtXJCST ItOTfX MTldTCRU
THE LEADING HES0RT HOTEL Of THE WORLD
ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.
JQ3IAH WHITE & SON3 COMPANY
Brighton Ave., on Beach. Atlantic City. N. J.
(In exclusive residential aectton.)
Under new managem't. McOroarty k McOroarty
HOTiL ARLINGTON eci'ru't.a?r-
Opan all year. It. J, OSBORNE HON.
Pelawar Water Oap
THE NEW KITTATINNY
DELAWARE, WATER OAP, PA.
Only Mfh-cUsa modern hotel tn this famoua
region. Capacity 500. Every modern equip
ment, exceptional cuisine: French chefs. Orches
tra. Golf, tennis, fishing, etc. Cafe and grill.
Garage. Special season ratea. Booklet and auto
maps mailed Coaches meet trains. JOHN
PUIIDY COPE, 10 year of Water Oap House,
VUSWWV ATLANTIC CITY m
I Iva8 (MnTvev) standard 1
E oterv:ce.comfbnAbeuhj I
Church, a p. tn Prlenda may trait Thursday,
from 7 to 0 p. m Interment private-.
ItARTMAN. On Jil'y 20,. I0l(l, LOUIS n.
HARTMAN .Residence. 2S17 N. Colorado t.
Due notice of the funeral will be slven.
HENRltAW. On July 2.1, 1910, MARY, wife of
William Henhw of Clifton, Heights. Pa,
Relatives and friend are invited to attend
the funeral servers Saturday, at 2 p. m., at
the Oliver II Dnlr llulldlng, 1820 Chestnut
at Interment at Arlington Cemetery.
iminES. (in July 22, lolo suddenly, FRANK
M , husband of Mary.lluhes (nee Cashln), nnd
son of William J and Annie Hughes (nee Con
llnl, and brother of Rev Joseph A. Hughes
nnd SUtera Mary nnd Aquinas, aged 37 venrs
llel lives and friends, also employes of Penn
ejlvanla Railroad are Invited to attend
funeral, Friday. 8 30 n, m , from his late
residence Sflth st. above llartram ave. Solemn
mass of reoulem nt St. Raphael's Church at
111 n m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
JL'DD. On July 25. lolfl. HARRY C... beloved
husband of Ma) del! II. Judd (nee Collier) and
Bnn of Charles Christian and tho late Annie
M. Judd. nged 8 years. Relatives and
friends, nlso Apollo Castle, No. 3. K. O. E
and St John's Assembly, No. 28. A. O. M. P.,
are Invited to attend the funeral services, on
Saturday, at 2 P. m. precisely, at his late
residence, 20S South 50th at. Interment nt
Mount Vernon Cemetery. Auto service. Re
mains may be viewed Friday) between 7 and
0 p m,
MALONEY. On July 20, 1010, ELLA (1. StA
LONBT (nee Olltlnan). Relatives and friends
nre Invited to attend tho funeral, on Satur
day, nt 810 a. m., from her late residence.
B022 Arch st. Solemn requiem mass at the
Church of Our Lady of Victory at 10 n. m.
Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. Remains
may b viewed on Friday, after 7 p, m.
MATEEIt. On July 21. 1010, JAMES C. MA
TEEll. of 3420 N. lflth st. Services and Inter
ment at Mechanlcsburg on Thursday.
MII.NOR. On July 2.1. lolfl. at Allentnwn, Pa
ALICE, RALEV. wife of Thomas W. Mlinor.
Funeral from St. Mary's Church, Durllngton,
N. J., Frldny. 2:30 p. m.
.MOUSE. On July 2.1. 101(1. nt Lancaster, Pa.,
JOHN I1RADSTRKKT. Infant child ot Wilbur
and the late Mirgaret Lawrence Morse In
PAOE. On July 23. lolfl. at Devon, Pa
OKOROE T. 11ISPHAM PAOE, son of Edward
Sydenham 1'nge, In his tenth ear. Due no
tice of tho funeral will bo given.
llEvllNdTON. On July 2.'., 1010. RUTOERS
REMINOTON son ot the late Thomas P. and
SAVANNAH - JACKSONVILLE
rtne Steamers, Ixiw Fares. Best Serrle
Plan jour vacation to Include
"Finest Contwle Trip In the World."
Tour Rook Free un Renueat
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
City omce. 10.1 S. uth St.. Phlla.
Ccnault any ticket or tnuriat agaot.
TRIPS BY WATER
Rermudn, 8 ilnys or more SIS. 50 up
Murium. 10 iluys , 05,00
Porto Itlro, 10 diis' crul.o 04.50 up
Now Hrotli nnd Newfoundland,
12 ilne' cruise 00,00 up
Snnford, Fin, (2000 miles by wnter).. 42.00
Great I.nke CrnUes, from ItntTiila 40.00
Full Information on the above, or any other
water or rail trip, gladly furnished.
Stenmslilp and Tourist Department
The Fourth Street National Bank
143 S. 4th St., Phlln., Pa.
i fhe Sea
Tadottsac Saguenay River
Lone before Cliamplaln anchored In Its beautiful protected
bay, tho little settlement of Tadousac ut the foot of the
Laurentlan mountains was tha resort of red man, trapper
Fares from Niagara Fallsi '
To Montreal and return .... $.18.53.
To Quebec and return .... 25 90
To Saguenay River and return . , , 3i.3S
I fie nosfrte far iltuatratrrt booklet, map and au
N F. PIERCE. At. I'nK. Truffle SIgr., Ci
mslilp Lines, 110 K. i O. Hide,, Montrrill. Cll
hprml Your Vurutlon
4000 Feet Above the Sea
At Virginia's Mot Celebrated Mountain
SKYLAND. on famoua STONY MAN
AIUui.ViN. Aiuaa cool. No moaquitots;
iuu testiinotiUla, 15 ucre. uf vr.etablea, nerd
of tuberculin-tested cows. Iamb, mutton,
chickens and eess from Skylund'a mountain
Dancing. Tennis Fine Orchestra. Mngnlfl
cent scenery. Mfty open wood fireplaces.
A special feature at Hkyland Is the livery
table of saddle horses Radiating from
Skyland and connecting with the neighboring
peaks cannons and mountain atreams art
numerous wel.grndd trails, affording oppor-
tunttles tn ride und-r conditions which can be
fnnnd now're else east of California.
Illustrated booklet at Ledger Central. or writ
U FREEMAN POLLOCK. Prop.,
bkiUnd. l'aja County. V.
Open June 1 to November 1,
STONE IIARUOR. N. J.
Both railroads. Farm product and set
food fresh and plentiful, city conveniences.
Yacht club, boirdwalk. bathing. On fishing,
crabbing and boating Reasonable rentals;
moderate hotel ratea Beautiful booklet.
LEO McCRAVKN. Borough Clark.
Strath Haven InnEnyii'na..t.!J'.n,,G,r.0.lt.4
Now open. Pbone Swarthmor U7 J.
AmMla Fish Remington. Inr the 8Tth year of
his age. Interment private. .,,..
ItOOEnS. on Joly 20. lfllrt. Rev., DAVID
HKNTON ROGERS Relative, and friends
re Invited to attend the funeral services. m
rrldy, at 8 p m , at his late residence, 539
N Old at Interment at Canonsbure, Pi
TINGLE On July 24. 1B1, EDWARD, W. S ,
of paralysis at his sister's home ,ln New
Tork clty norn July 14. 1803 Graduated Har
vard. 1883 Appointed by President Cleve
land , consul u, 8., Drunswlck, Germany,
TRACY. On July 25. 1018. MARY J., daughter
of Catherine and the late Patrick Tracy, .aged
18 jcara. Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend the funernl, on Saturday, at 8:80 a. m.,
from her mother's residence. 1315 North l.ee
st. High requiem mass at St. Michael's
Church, at 10 a. m. Interment at Holy
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Help and'Sltuation Wanted nnd Lost
and Found ads nro inserted in the
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Want nda under all other classifications may
be repeated In the I'tlCLio Lcinsn at combined
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TYPE LIKE THIS (or like this)
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end Situations Wanted Ijist end Found, Per
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Ileri L odd FIVR CENTS PER AOATE LINE TO
V.NY OF THE AHOVE RATES.
Thero is a drug store near your home
that will accept Ledger want ads nt
WESTERN t'NION TELEORAPH CO, 1501
Chestnut st. riberstok Ke stone Knvelope
Co.. J S. Knight Co., Chapman & Rush Co.,
Mrs. Normnn Marshall, llcnl. ltnblnson, lirod
llroo.. Mrs O"orge Carev', Phlla llottle Ex.
change. Jean Hkrovlsrh. T. 1", htevenson. Miss
.viary nniun rue Reynolds, August nicliey.
Mnrrellus Walt. Edgnr Montrose, Joseph
Smith. University Hospital. Miss Dora Melj.
lick. Mr. C. A. Jones. Mrs Lucy Young,
Loubach, Miss Hattlo Drcedhnrt, Chas. A.
Kuerzol Lieut O W. Howard. Ihnnon Mast
turnaro Co, Mary DUrs. Ed Woods, Miss
L Sellar. Violet ll Dalley, Kdwln P. Vnn
nest. Martin V. Keller Co., Harvey L. Am
brccht, 11. MarCIure Air. Tom tirlflln. II. Jr.
Ingle, Maggie E. Holmes, Mrs. A. M. liecra.
II. C Johnson, Fred Cordery.
POSTAL TELEGRAPH CAtlLE CO., 1421 S.
Penn aciunrc John M. Nicholson.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
IJOOKKEKPER wanted; Jewish slrl preferred.
OS South 4tli st.
CIJAMI1ERMAID and waitress Two competent
Protestant girls; Main Line; best references
required Meet employer Thursday, 10 o'clock.
Room 203, 008 Chestnut st.
CHAMBERMAID and walling; must be thort
oughly experienced and have good reference
Apply 3228 North 15th.
CHAMBERMAIDS and waitresses, white, wnnt
ed. 1.12 S Mississippi nvo.. Atlnntio City, N. J
ClIAMtlERWdhlC AND' WAITING OlrT7br
chambernork nnd waiting; no laundry; out
pf town; moet employer at Household Reg-
jstrv Bureau. 008 Chestnut st
COOK or general housework English Protes
tant for E.gllsh family in Oermantonn! sum
mer nt shore. Phono (iermantown 1001 W. or
.. ,g -,,, x-.net ,nvcen ave.
COOK Nent white woman for home styla res
IJMKIP'I ?00'1 wages; reOncd surroundings.
II 702. Ledger Office.
EXAMINERS Olrls. over 10. on lightweight un
derwear. Iglenlc Flcoced Underwear Co.,
2413 N. Howard.
GIRLS WANTED IN riHNTINO DEPART-
ag; co,'UNS mfo- co- 22
OIRLS wanted to strip the looso pieces from
folding paper boxes.
imotra A n.vTT.wv nrt
N. W. cor. Tronklln and Willow sts.
GIRLS over 10 yenra wanted for light work: no
experience necessary: 5 week paid while
learning. Apply 310 N. 32d at.
OIRLS wanted for dining room and kitchen
work; whlto. Apply Ome Building No. 8.
Olrnrd College. 21st and Glrard nve.
HOSIERY We need experienced menders-and
examiners; learners taken nnd paid while
learning. Wallace Wilson Hosiery Co., 4555
Orchard St., Frankford,
HOSIERY Knitters and toppers wanted on
Standard "F" machines, experienced on half
hone, good pay. steady position. Notaseme
Hosiery Co . Oxford nnd Maacher sts.
HOSIERY Forelady to take charge of ware
room In Infnnt hosiery mill. Apply by letter,
giving reference. Oermanla Hosiery Mills.
:1211 Kensington ave.
HOSIERY Knitters end toppers wanted on
Standard and Banner: experienced on double
stltch work Notasemo Hosiery Co., Oxford
and Mascher sts
HOSIERY lllli frame operators wanted; must
be experienced, good pay; steady poaltlon.
Notaseme Hosiery Co.. Oxford & Maacher sts.
HOSIERY Ixiopers wanted, experienced" "on
rnvel work, good pay: steady position Nota
aeme Hosiery Co., Oxford and Mascher sts,
HOl'HEKEEPING Cook. Protestant, white, to
tilt. pntre charge of kitchen for family or
five; reference required. II 703. Ledger
HOUSEWORK, general: white, Protestant, for
2 adults; neat nnd willing; ref. See Mrs.
Mead. Room 205. 008 Chestnut st.
HOUSEWORK Competent whito maid for
Main Line; family 2 aeiults; no laundry
wortt. Phone Ardmore 158 J.
HOUSEWORK Neat "irlrl for gen'l housework;
reference required Phone Cinwyd 80 51.
General housework positions nre awaiting the
right applicants at the Household Registry
Bureau, also several openings for chamber
maids and working housekeepers. If you want
seashore work In a hotel call upon Mrs, Mead
and tell her about vour experience
HOUSEHOLD REGISTRY BUREAU
Second floor Washington Building,
008 Chestnut at.
A free service to Ledger Advertiser.
JOB PRESS FEEDERS DESIRABLE OPEN.
INC FOR COMPETENT FEEDERS A. M.
COLLINS MFQ CO.. 220 COLUMBIA AVE.
MAIDS Two Orat-clsss maids wanted by the
1st of September at St. Martin's. Philadel
phia; one for cooking, the other for chamber
work und waiting; small family; Protestant
pref errtd. II 7u4. Ledger Office,
MOTHER'S HELPER Capable voung Prnt
estant for 3 little girls, Write Box 120, St.
OPERATORS, experienced on men'
neckwear T. P McCutcheon A Uro ,
Pltcalrn Building. 11th and Arch.
OPERATORS Overseamers on Union Special
twin-needle machlnss Hygienic Fleeced Un
derwearCo., 2413 N4 Howard.
BILK Experienced llk winder and doubter!
also learners over 10 years old. B. Hooley
& Bon. 485 N .Broad. .
SPOOLERS, experienced on cotton and mercer
ized skein yarn. Frledberger-Aarpn Mfg. Co.,
4600 N. 18th at., near Wayne Junction.
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper; preferably
one who haa had exp. In bond business; ta.to
reference and aalary expected A llo. Led. un.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Conllntird from Treeedlntf CofuMn
Emplerera have placed 21. openings
for stenographers with the Ledger Com
mercial Iteglstry Iiureau, If you nre
open for either a temporary or, perma
nent position, now Is the lima (o make
application. Tell Miss Dean about your
experience ana nmoiuons 1
-A free serv-
ics to Ledger Advertisers.
Broad and Cheatnut sts.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS The Dell Telephone
Company offera position as opernlora to in
telligent young women between 18 and ii
jea a old: silary JO a week while learning,
with rapid advancement! a steady position
assured, with pleasant surroundings and un
usuil opportunity of promotion. ATipiy in
person to the Bell Telephone Company' opera
tore' school. 400 Market st., dilly between
8:30 a. m. and B p. m Tuesday and Friday
evenings between 7:30 and 8.30 o clock.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS, toll and long dls
tance, experienced, Kevstone Telephone Co.,
liong-dlatance Office, lflth k Surnmerj 2d floor.
T5TI8T8 wanted! experienced check writer'. tre:
ferredi 12 per week: temporary. 1033 Real
estate lrust llulldlng.
WANTED, female help Immediately; general
houseivo kr, cook and also ono nurse. Apply
Mrs R, Holland. Vernon road east of Bten-
ton ave,, Oermantown, Two In family. ,
WOMAN" over 30; fafr education; "one accus
tomed to using own Initiative. Business ex
perience not at solutely essential. Salary 10
weekly. F 758. ledger Central.
YOUNO LADYln hllllng""department of whofi
sale drug house to operate Underwood billing
machine; quick and accurate: must have had
at least ono year high school. Address, slat
ing age. experience (If any), salary expected,
P 020, Ledger OfOco. .
YOUNO LADY wohted. under 20 yenra. for
Srlntlng office: must be good at figures, P
10. ledger Office.
THE WOMAN'S INSTITUTE wants 2 women
with personality and convincing manner for
publicity work. Apply, befo.e 12, Supervisor,
1000 Chestnut St.. second floor.
TEAritCRS WANTED TODAY, of all kinds;
register today. Notional Teachers' Agency,
II. 11 COOK, Manager. 827 Ferty Building.
HELP WANTED MALE
ACCOt'NTANT to svstematlro growing business.
Knowledge of costs desirable. Good oppor
tunity for energetic Wharton Schorl graduate
with pome experience. Give full particulars,
State salary required. M B57,Ledger Cent.
BOILER SHOP LAYERS-OUT wanted; general
work. Applv Phlta. check office, Atlantic Ro-
r.ning uo., ail rassiuiiK ave,
BOILERMAKERS and helpers wanted. Apply
Phlla check ofOce. Atlnntio Refining Co.,
3144 Passyunk nve.
BOY wanted In sample department wholesale
dry goods house: Protestant, in to j, years
oirl. Apply in
A 121, Ledger
Apply In handwriting, giving references.
BOY. about 15, wnnted In office; temporary posi
tion to about September 1. Apply u a. rn 4j2
APPLT BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
FREE LABOR BUREAU
510 S. 11T1I 8T.
APPLT BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
FREE LABOR BUREAU
510 S. UTH ST.
CYLINDER PRESS, FEEDER Experienced
feeder wanted on highest grads of work. A. M.
Collins Mfg. Co., 220 Columbia ave.
DRAFTSMAN OR TRACER Young man, with
some experience of mechanical or archi
tectural work: must do good lettering, suitable
for reproduction: state age, experience and
salary wanted, send sample of lettering. P
DRIVERS wanted: steady work; good pay. Ap
ply Crane's Ice Cream jCo.,258 S.23d.
FARMHANDS AND" LARORERS-WANTED7!
general work. Apply In person or by letter
to II. K. Mulford Co , Glenolden. Pa.
FINISHERS Wanted, first-class hardwood fin-,
Ishers. Apply Foreman. 1710 N. 10th. '
Men with first-class selling experience. Apply
at Bureau of Dmnlnvment. 414 floor.
STRAWURIDQE & CLOTHIER
OARDENER. assistant, single, white: must be
strictly sober. Apply Allen lane and McCal
lum st . Oermantown.
HELPER on Ice wagon! no Sunday work; wages
1U. Apply 3003 Tabe St.. ntter S o'clock.
HOSIERY Boarders on hot hand press for In
fants' cashmere hosiery. Call Germanla llo
slerv Mills 3211 Kensington ave,
HOUSEMAN Foreigner nref. : ref. Call Thurs-
day morning, Room 205. 008 Chestnut at.
JOB PRESS FEEDERS DESIRABLE OPEN
1NO FOR COMPETENT FEEDERS A. M.
COLLINS MKO. CO.. 220 COLUMBIA AVE.
OOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR MEN WHO CAN
PRODUCE; MUST BE SOBER AND ABLE
TO HANDLE MEN: GOOD WAGES. APPLY
PHILA. STEEL AND FORGE CO.. TACONY,
OOOD WAGES. STEADY WORK. APPLY
PHILADELPHIA STEEL AND FORGE CO,,
TACONY. PHILA.. FA.
LABORERS, 60, wanted: steady work, Apply
Irwin A Lelghton. opposite Pennsylvania fer
rles. Delaware ave. and Market St., Camden.
LABORERS wanted: steady work year round.
Cattle Brothers. 1,08 North Howard.
MACHINIST AND REPAIRMAN; no labor
trouble. Apply MIDVALE. 4300 Wlssahlckon
MACHINST WORKING FOREMAN for small
machine shop on punch and dye work. Ad-
MACHINISTS Several tool makers, gauge male
era and general machinists. Apply Industrial
Mfg. Co. 117 Federal at.. Camden.
MARINE DRAFTSMAN wanted, expert
enced hull and engine work. Apply by
letter only, giving qualifications and ex
perience. W. Barr, 15 Whitehall at.,
MASTER MECHANIC wanted by large manu
facturing company; give references and salary
ex pected. A 118, Ledger Office.
MEN Wanted. 2 or 8. experienced as helper
around steam hammer preferred: steady work!
good wages; good chance for father with one
or two sons. Apply or write II. SIcDonnell,
Superintendent. Cann and Saul Steel Company,
Royersford, I'a,, or 010 Commerce street.
MEN wanted; freight handlers, to truck freight
at freight station! white or colored. Apply
1711 Filbert st. after 7 a. m. vvw
MEN Wanted, experienced men on steel lockers
and cabinet erection work. Apply Bernstein
Mfg. Co.. 3d and Allegheny,
MEN wanted! laborers and locomotive cleaner.
I . i. ,.. ,-. -ni, a i, g,,ugrv el.
OFFICE BOY wanted; one familiar with an
swering telephone to relieve operator at lunch
time; aalary to start, ta per week, M 058,
HELP WANTED MAM
Continued1 from Preeedlnd Column
- . .
OFFICE ROT. manufacturing corporillloni itata
;ge. .experience. If any. salary and education,
, M 140. Ledger Central. i
PAPER nOXES Man wanted, experienced on
japer8jltter. Apply Schoettle's. 810 FJorlit..
PIPE FITTERS AND HELPERS EXPERI
ENCED, WANTUD: STEADY WORK. ..AP
PLY D. W. EVANS. PITTPBUnOll VALVE
FOROINO AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY,
. . COATESVILLH. PA;
POCKETROOICS Flrst-tlaes sample maker on
ladles' handbags! long experience! also AI
frnmera, on contract, 120 to 125 per weeki
references. Hitter Bros,, 71 5th nve.i New
REAL, ESTATE Boy living In Oermantown for
real estate office. F 748. Ledger Central.
RIGGERS and helpers wanted. Apply rhltadel-
Shla check oniee. Atlantic Refining Company,
144 Passiunk ave.
.ROLLING MILL HANDS .
8P.on. .WAOESI STEADY WORK. APPLY
PHILADELPHIA STEEL AND FORGE CO.,
TACON'Y, PHILA., PA.
SALESMEN We have an openlnr for a Jew
high-class men capable of making 3000 nn
ntially on the grratest and most popular In
surance proposition ever offered. Call be
tween 0 and 12 a. m. Jones. Launt ft Bar
rett. Inc. 411-13 Walnut St.. Philadelphia.
SALESMEN 1 or 2 high-class stock salesmen.
Exceptional offer. F 750. Ledger Central.
SHIPJOtNERS AND CARPENTERS wanted.
nrsi cioss, ror Joiner work; cabinetmanera
and. all-round machinists.. Apply In person or
by letter, Riving age and particulars of. ex
perience. Employment Bureau, Newport News
Shipbuilding nnd Drtdock Co., Newport News.'
8TABLEMEN, 4, wanted, whlto or colored, for
general work around horses. Apply In person
or by letter. H. K. Mulford. Glenolden. Ps.
-. . .8TEAM HAMMER HELPERS ,
STEADY WORK, OOOD WAGES. APPLY
PHILADELPHIA STEEL AND FORGE CO.,
TACONY. PHILA., PA.
TELEORAPH OPERATORS and towermen
wanted, experienced for station work on the
N. Y N, II and II. R. It. Apply W. .II.
Foster, 132d at, and Willi ave., Bronx, New
ENGINE LATHE HANDS (large and small
VERTICAL RORINO MILL HANDS (large
and smnll work).
HORIZONTAL BORINO MILL HANDS (large
and smnll work).
TLANER HANDS (large and small work).
ENGINE FITTERS (large nnd email work).
.MEN FOR LAYING OUT WORK
MACHINE BLACKSMITHS AND TOOL
TOOLMAKEUS AND DIEMAKERS
THE WhSTlNGIIOITHE MACHINE CO.
EAST PITTSBURGH. PA.
(Employment Office open Tuesday, and Friday
evenings until 0 o'clock.)
YARDMEN wanted to take caro of grain-fed
hogs: steady work: good wages to start.. Ap
ply In person or by letter. 11. K. Mulford,
Glenolden, Pr, .
YOUNO MAN. 18 to 20 venrs old: must be
quick and accurate at figure and able to
read blue prints; n, party with a little me
chanical drafting experience preferred. Ad
dress C. XL. I'. O. Box 34 in.
YOUNO MAN Bank wnnts bright joune man
not over 20: neat, quick at figures, best refer
ences. A 121. Ledger Otllce.
YOUNO MEN between tho nge of 18 nnd 35
who desire to travel and to reeelve mllltnry
trnlnlng as members of the Oral lino of the
coutry's defense, apply at 1400 Arch st,.
Philadelphia, Pa., for detailed Information re
gardlng enlistment In thoU, S MarlneCorp.
YOUNG MEN wnnted to lenrn steel sash as
sembling, blacksmith, bollermakers, orna
mental ironworkers, helpers preferred: will
pay $12 whllo learning; enn make 20 per
week when proficient: stato age and expert
eno. P 020, Ldger Office.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for energetic nnd
trustworthy man to establish himself with one
of the grent life Insurance companies: Held
work, canvassing and collecting, M 051,
BOOKKEEPERS Several; Wharton School stu
dents preferred, 15 up; clerks, several good
openings. f50 mo.i stenographers, several, 113
up: other positions open for hlgh-grad men.
Business Service Co , 1301 Land Title Bldg;
SALESMAN Soft wood American, experienced
In selllns North Carolina pine; only those of
good standing nnd nblllty need apply. Apply at
office E. 11 Estes & Sons, 74 Warren at..
New Tork. K. Y.
SITUATIONS "WANTED FEMALE
CHAMBERMAID for hotel; sleep In; reference.
Call. 11 o'clock. Room 205. OPS Chestnut st.
CHAMBERMAID. Oermnn girl for hotel or In
stltutlon: 'eep out. II 706 LedgerJDfflce;
CHAMBERMAID, middle-aged, can tako entire
charge of infnnt or older children, Call
Thursday, between 10 and 11 o'clock. Room
205. 008 Chestnut st.
COMPANION A woman of refinement and in
tellgence desires position aa companion: small
compensation asked; pleasant homo the ob
Ject F 755. Ledger Central.
COOK and chambermaid: mother and daughter;
work together; best ref. A 123. Ledger Office.
COOK, experienced, wants position; no laundry;
18 per week. Phone Poplar 7351 W.
COOK, young, experienced. Call Thursday, 11
a. m,. Room 205. 008 Chestnut st,
DRESSMAKER, competent, wishes .engage
ment, 13 per day; Atlantic City or country
preferred. F 740. Ledger Central.
STENOGRAPHER want permanent pes.; under,
stands telephone board and can assist clerical
work: cap. and ace; 115. A 114, Led. Off.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
BUTLER or valet, first class, experienced,
wishes position, high-class family. 1018 Bain
CHAUFFEUR Young German desires position
with private family; can do own repairing;
strictly sober; good reference; city or coun
try. 1013 N. Broad St.
CHAUFFEUR, white, married, deslrea position:
8 years' experience; good reference. 1547
CHAUFFEUR. 84. single, reliable, 5 years' exp.,
wlshea steady position. F 752, Ledger Cent.
CHAUFFEUR. 10 years' exp.: good reference;
do repairing. 8. R Lee. 1827 Fltxwater st.
COMPENSATION CLAIMS ADJUSTER, former
ly with New York State Workmen' Compen
sation Commission, at present charge of Penn
sylvania Compensation Claims Department of
a large Insurance company, desires poaltlon of
similar character with self-Insurer op large
manufacturing p'ant about to become self-
insurer. A i--. imager unice.
FIREMAN, first class, saber and Industrious;
understands all kinds of boilers, pumps, dyna
mo and coils; da all general repair: beat ref
erence furnished. A 120. Ledger Office.
MAN AND WIFE White, exp.. butler, house,
man: wife good cook: ref 2040 Arch.
PAINTER, with tools wants considerable work;
best reference. A 110, Ledger Office,
SALESMAN Young man. 20. with excellent
education, desires position; would travel; best
references. M 055. Ledger Central.
YOUNO MAN, age 25. with 7 years' experience,
unimpeachable character, good address, desire
an opening In general office work In central
aectton, where permanent advancement la -sured;
knowledg of stenography. F 744,
YOUNO MAN having education and ability de
sires poaltlon real estate or builder: aom ex
perlence. F 645. Ledger Central.
YOUNG MAN.8 year exp., wishes clerical posl
tlon with a futur F 044, Ledger Central.
YOUNO MAN, colored, want work In factory or
tore. 2043 South st.
NICIIOLLS 102(1 IMlnbrldge, haa competent
Protestant and catholic cooks, waitresses,
chambermaids, mirtes housemaids, Also Hale
help Wanted, couples, .Oerman laundrees,
. houseiYiaids, etc Phone Locust 2180.
MtSS ROSE DOUGHERTY 1S13 W Glrard ave.
Wanted, pastry cooks and waitresses for the
seashore, wanted, girls for chamber and laun
dry work, housekeepers: wanted, chlldnurse.
MRS , KANE, 511 S. iOtli. wants and supplies
first-class white help Phone Spruce 8401.
CADILLAC, 1014 touring car. overhauled .and
repainted; full equipments price I860. AUTO
. SALES CORPORATION. 142 N. Broad at. .
CADILLAC. 1014: uttle used In private family;
perfect condition: will bear close Inspection.
N, A. Scott. 1215 Filbert. ,.
COLE 8 Demonstration.
L. 8. BOWERS CO.i 245 N. Broad it.
. COLE Distributors. ,
HUDSONS rebuilt nnd guaranteed: phaetont.
roadsters and cvbrlolets: eleo. lights and start
era. OOMERY-BCI 1WARTZ, 253.N. Broad It,
WINTON SIX, Into, engine: Shasey make! per
frctly good; In running ordert good for a truck!
can demonstrate; price 1150. 1 705, Ledger
Office, , , .
WINTON SIX engine! perfect condition) will tell
.'for IlOO. L 707, Ledger Office.. ,
CHASSIS We have a few cheap cars, of which
tha chAssIa would be very suitable for truck
or delivery work of any kind! don't fall to
come In nnd look them over If you want some
thing at a bargain price for delivery purposes.
Locomobile, 2314 Market st. Locust 450. 11.
A. Jenks, Mgr, Exchange Car Dept.
"-CYLINDER 7-passenger touring car for sale,
cheap; no reasonable offe refused! flrst-clast
condition. A, B,
Lane, 505 Haddon ave,.
uamnen, .v. J.
BEND FOR FREE BULLETIN
OF USED CARS
GORSON AUTqj3XCHANpK;28S N.. BROAD.
PRIVATE "FAMILY will sacrifice 048 Peerlesa
limousine, can be seen In rear of 1733 Sprint?
Garden or call Spr. 055 for Information.
1010 PULLMAN touring car, driven less"than a,
month; fully equipped; for sale cheap. Hawlsy
Motor Car, 332 N. Broad.
innn ttflntv aiithm.
makes. Roman Auto Co.,
AUTO LIVERY AND GARAGES
INDEPENDENT TAXICAB CO.
2420 N. BROAD ST.
AUTOMOBILES 6v qUALlTY TO HU1B
Diamond 0408. Never closed. Park 75.
STAR TAXICAB. CO.,
PHONE, DIAMOND 74
TAXI TOUR1NO LIMOUStNH
HAI.r REGULAR RATES
NEVER CLOSED. Formerly Jitney nat C.
POPLAR, 1017 To hlrs topen day and nlghtL
Park 1482, brand-new 5-pass. touring ear.
11.25 hr,: also brand-new ,7-pass. limousine,
tl.SO hr.: weddings, funerals. 1715 Olrard.
TO HIRE. $1.25 AND UP
Toplar 218. Cars of nil makes. Race 2241.
BUY MOISTER Portable Gsrages Steel or
tucco. On Display 8031 N. 0th. Tlogt 2B.
QUALITY PAINTING, reasonable prices. Geo.
W. Parvls, Jr.. 1321 Alrdrle St., Broad above
Erie. Phone. Tioga 2702.
t SPEEDOMETER TROUBLES T
Bee BILLY, at hla new location,
610 NORTH BROAD ST.
CYLINDERS REBOHED. new pltons ami
rings furnished welding and braxtng. n. B.
Underwood A Co 1025 Hamilton st.. rhila.
New Departure Service Sta. Tha Gwllllam Co..
1314 Arch st. Ph. Walnut 3407. Racs 3082.
to build or repair, anv ear.
Phlla. Auto Parts Co., 823 N. 13th. Perk 141i.
Guaranteed 35UO miles. Compare prlea.
PRIM'S. 230 N. Broad at.
BOATS, MOTORBOATS, LAUNCHES
BEAUTIFUL CRUISER. 75 feet lonx: will carry
100 ' paasengers; a large cabins: splendid
equipment; price 15000; will eell on easy
terms or exchange for real estate. Ogden.
1220 Filbert. Walnut 7280.
11000 WILL BUY protected article that will pro
duce annual Income of many times this amount!
owner engaged In another line ot business and
cannot hnndle both; will aaslgn nil rights; no
plant required and can bo bandied In spare
time, nlnn mntl order nrooosttlon: chance to
make big money, but don't apply unless you
navo commami oi at leaai tiuuu. r
P A TTP.MTC! Send for our free boos,
rAlLMJO "Patents and Trado-Mark.''
We will help ou develop your Invention Ad
vice free. Reasonable fee. Open Monday eve
nings until 8:30,
FOSTER & WEBSTER SU,TB
1011 Chestnut st. Bell phone Walnut 1384.
I HAVE PHILADELPHIA agency: oldest and
largest manufacturing corporation of Us kind
tn U. S. : rated one million, and I need a few
thousand working capital to help me make
many thousands dollar profit, which I will
dlvldo with party who furnishes capital. A
la, L,eager umce.
RESTAURANT, highest and best' paving In th
city of Philadelphia; meals by order, at the
rate of 35c. 40c and SOc per meal: open Into
the largest Philadelphia theater: cheap rent,
heat. 150 a enr. supplied by the theater: In
come at the rate of 140 a day: will sull for
111)00 cash. Heffelflnger. 1700 Arch.
DININO ROOM. 5 minute from Rroad St. Sta.
tlon, feeding 600 people day in the fall leaeon:
furnlahed with enough dishes and linen, to
serve 100 people at a sitting: will sell for less
thnn the cost of tho furnishings, Heffelflnger.
HAVE INVENTION, absolutely new. that will
revolutionize ice business: Iceless refrlgeratlonl
HMMilHnn .. Ill n.nl.A MJIIf-n.. M-Ant tn l-Ml
,., u.'u.., ..., ,..,, ...uno lit, ...v.. a. .-... w -.-
capitalist cap. of handling East, ter. Write
Mr. J. McOray. Lanadowne. or ph. Lans. 433W
WANT PARTIES with $1000 to 110,000 to Join
ua In "completion of organisation of auto
mobile merger; five companies. F 841, Led
APARTMENT HOUSE, elegantly furnished: nesr
17th and Arch: 15 rooms and 2 baths; owing
to sickness will sacrifice 1300. Heffelflnger,
1700 Arch st.
PICTURE THEATRE 1800. strictly 1st class)
lOo dally; no competition; suburban: dlssolu-
non oi partner. Harris. . -m r.. uroaq r.
PROSPEROUS HARDWARE and housofurnlsh
Inr store; 18000 will buy It or will trado for
suburban property. A 100. Ledger Office.
PARTNER wanted: must have from 11000 to
15000: excellent opportunity. A 117. Led. Off.
Bank reference. Appraisement, 1 per cent.
HARRY W. SMITH. 717 Sansom st.
EVENINO CLOTHES TO HIRE
Latest style. Phone Poplar 235. Open evgs.
LEIDNER'H. 10th and Glrard ave.. B. W. cor,
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR removed b electrolysis,
the only permanent way. Eyebrow arched.
MISS BMITH. 402 Keith Theatre Bldg. ,
CARPET CLEANINO HOUSE
20TH ST. ABOVE CHESTNUT ..
Bell Phone. Locust 1000.
WESS PHILA. MONARCH STORAOB CO.
WEST PHILA. 8c. PER YARD
WEST PHILA. 8870-72 LANCASTER AVB.
REAL CARPET BEATINO. NO TUMBLERS
USED. BOYER CO,, 8300 N, 12th. Tioga 6200.
By C. A. VOIGHT
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