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BIG GAINS
fVrnimittPR Prnnarns
2?s T:n
ping aevenue uni
Amendment
PER CENT LEVIED j
e.vs-1 1
urc.
II wV
lioft Follows Senate's Crit-
'.Slrfum vAll Tlnsinrss Af-
, j3&$ fpvleA hv Measure
W&? "T "
si"-!Si " nsinngion, juij o...
L"lt. wb nr-f-.nta tiv iTentf-neri tn fnrrtv
.'astr- mrnflteerfl in turn nver to the Gov-
,VHmtnt nearly nil of their profit?, -will
ills-uk JtA-A - U nmf t 9. 000.000.000
Kr-mi-' revenue bill that li now belnK
B7,fe,t.ftB4 by the House Was-! and Means
iSfcjkeammittKt'.
i?s.Coinmlttee.
K-CA4 aTh rommltten has decided to In-
ETCttlfe In the bill a provision for the vvar j
LAlrontK tax. after the Senate leaders nan
WZ.A f.vrlv orltlrlzed the excess nrollts and
tP f li . . . .1 , - 1J 1
WSS.rvontlon I"C0'"C taXC8' "l """Inerat: Wed 730 a'm llHs'VMan'st.
&Si,the war profits tax as a separate pro- itemalns mav bo viewed Tues. t-ve
iVi"ne war proms mv us .i rei" " i itemalns mav bo Mewed Tues. we Ixidge No 1M p nnd M Washlnirtbn
KvUlon of the bill. All busln- then iradi.ey -o lul 211 Hill JOHN J Camp No 3V p o Vol A . PurTnr-lsV,-ij
Ko hw. in n henvv taxation l'"'1)I-r: Funeral on Saturday nt ,io No 4S H r H v of Pn . Cramps'
.Ti'"'"" . . ' - . 1 ..- ...
fliyW the opinion or memoers oi tne n.iv
KlS'Wd Mean Committee, and either the
LfcjiracaM proflU tax or the war profits tax
KyrprovlBlon could be u,ed to levy the hlRh
fti'jwt noaalble tax aealnst each concern
TO . . ma. .... - iU- .. .... ..rn to tnv
it, - 7V.. anlelnn ,-.f tVio ffimtlllttPP I, tO
iffttdd a heavy war profits tax as high ai
i. i50 tier rent to the excess profits tax.
ii-iv" "'v',""."'....: ;.r .:.... ;.
E?. ' rraduated from 30 per cent up. that nl-
iiV5 ready has been placed upon an proms
Tiii above an exemption or iu per cent
?C; The committee met all day with
Representative William T Halnev. or
'.HIUaI. .ntlni. nlilrnlfin In tllP lllCP Of
f& 'Representative Kltchln, who was absent
S.v" irom vtasninKion
Kre4 iw.. n.v.v..t.Aa Ineartcil n nrnv ision
m-i- "o iviii". '".,,. .,....;,
,i!;ln the drart ot tne inn exempiiim ""
jlJldlQ uiiuuiiii v. iiiv. tii.(- --
Crease tne tax on transport
rP .k...i-M .. nr- lavM nn their tran. Ices. Thur, 2 p m Newtown Squire Inn- Ordr of the Holv nc League of the uiULh vvanieu
IT 'V '" "' Itlst. Clmreh lnt artjolnlne cem Sirred lletrt invited in funeral Wed . fi 30 Appl.v Nation il rmorella 1 rtme Co .
&, portation. capper juiv 21 Catherine widow , ni ,(,i s 21st .t solemn bi-h me "nn """"P""
3 i. The committee let the 3 per cent tax of l!,nr Ctt-p r R-Iatlve, and friend. f rmlU(.m t chirlisa Chunh lu a m. I OIRL for general work In mill re.tnurani
Kv on transportation facilities stand as It L'""" "' h,' 1 '",'" r,tl lLVrnr r ,V rrSIl ,nl ' a Hied ra I Cem I good wage. Vpp15 Orl.wold Worste
T-J I. -Acting Chairman Halney. In ex- TVm'IAI funeral "'' 'ft uVS, irin.tt QjmEiSv I..rl. Pa
''plaining the committee's decision, said n m Ml N 57th st W Phlla Solemn ,',; hn "; J of ' I ".' r,Jnwtn ." Son. 2744 Oim.S for lihorator, work in milk pinn'
jfwft .ipK. Tonmrnlttee did not acree to ln-lm,a"'' r requiem Church of our, Ladv of N- -, ,7Vt " ' give experience tnd salary wanted P 23:
liJntMnMntorlto'Z10' m',nt S' IT AU", I'OHnnTON- Juh 27. WILLIAM C. I-ger t.flce
iibsi. ii ji. -. tm (siii fn nn :n, ' 1 i-iniii 11.1. .1 11 v 'li a j Aiinniir iiiv 1 . . 1. n . . -..i. -. iiiinu.111 1 iiiniii'it'iiL h iiLirin iiii rvc tin v . .
. - .v-.. .. - .;,.. , frolrtt -N J "I TUB F husband of c trn , " i"i.V;, v.r. n i.,iV, .nil, Wl 1 1111. ma. bine, fu automat c. stet.lv " '"" ""-
f .Teady has Increased Ihc rates for freight Emma Onrr0, Ro,atuc, and friend. t "-ir7 1 w tt sin.i ii.i.. ! 01 iJivtl work, good mv Th llvglenlc ricce.l, 1 ROUND1NOS. APPLT
itj, ;J3 1-3 per cent and on passenser traf- tntlcCltv Loile No lit! L. O o R p.trlot- of Amrlci Ea.t Fnd Renuhllcnn Under car 1 .. 2115 N Howard st Can YOUNG LADY for clerlctl work competent I .., ..,... .
PirfiO SO per cent, and these increases au- Invite, It ' fun-rtl service, Thur. 2 r. m Vl. .,r the Jbth Ward all oth" ? assffi Ions call evening, n,l .-umlav at II Zeller-. 202.1 and re Kble: good salarv 15(1. Ledger V S EMPLOYMENT?
W tomatlcally will Increase the amount of .""y Vj'm.' 'VV.'" w. rhl,.1,ph-mblffl1'5",H 'llliTV0 nTM.' " Hramh 15th and Moore .... WAIN0T
fZ. Uxes received from these sources The pi,,nivlll, Cem Remains mls be viewed MorUhVem R.in-Iln.miv be viewed Tues. K,J"" ,i,nl,rtU"J W,'"T ""llf 7, ', '! W1. ,-..,,
.' '.. nrnnnnltlnn K true is regard"! the Vied eve rv, H , .1 Auto service work In mill resinurant. good wages n- General SEh. MR SCLI.I
to TSSSi W S'ranro.- J vK; r ,,t .NE.SERVICE CO , Land ,TU, ! .
. A P' Tha AA.vx-nUfe.A AaMAaA t n t.lke UP
KiH -. 1 - - li nx-rlorl
vj' laier ai&cussiun ui t vux un umn'i
throuich Dine lines consigned to any
- th. tlior. r. nnriAra nf lhi lines
Pf' m. . I.L 1 c .... nan
. . Thev art now taxed 5 ner cent
11 f- Mr. Halney said the sentiment of the
a .v esnitililsi. favor, Incretslnir the tax on
li"'J ' .7 i. .Jl,,Vi., -rl,
,s. " mc, iniiiiiie aim wbuhili i..c.i....v.t ...v
tt-'-i' Treasury Department has been asked
BrT!.. rr.r,r Infnrmntlnn nn IhU Kiinn-e of
ftflor more Information on this (ouri-e or
i. . TVio nmnnuH ni.n.ru In the tax on nvneu in.iiin.rti i nur. " .lu a m .nn ion invnecl to runeral service, vv pa 11
3K ..!.---- ' ..,. "i... ...,. .1 In-lnw s residence Wllllim T Carroll 2205 a m Clementon V J Remtln, mtv be inn ,t
fflCJ ilconouc oeveranes win e leu uiu me rh..rn si High mo Cathedral 10 a m viewed Tucs rv. Inl Ovkl.tnd Cem . riillt- ,.....,,. ,,i,u.. h .t n,nl..
I"w 1af minute ktIH Mr Ttalnev He e- lnt Ho v Cm,, Cem detnhlii SI.CKLTAR t bookkeeper, educated, Protes-
eyfc.v.1"' minute, said .Mr uainej. ra e inr moiv . ro,s lem . UPiTOa. . ,. ,, ,..,.., ,,. ,-Pv tnnt. n.rmanent stnio experience and sal.
". Blalned thO mmlnence Of naiion-vvinu ,,..'.' :V,"'u .IT'" ..' "'i"W'"".' " ."' -. ' .'.v !":: "r- ""., -"..""'".-,.,.'.r .""'.. in . references II MS ledger Central
Hi, Prohibition and the desire of the com-
b". -'. .. . .... ..
.7 mltiee to prevent tne large stores oi
whisky from belt, removed from bond
DCiore ine new iaw wuum hu imu i .-
m a. j i in.. .i... nonnau - pi . Anon - in, ii- cm ik tin iiixnfn,, i- i t Avf, , .-... n , i n mala . . .. ... t 1 1 li nn inn yi in Kr uiiiiiinir ma nr in rnrnB nr
A'('t-l-t ,t ' Vhi.iirr.vr.inn nrroe T: Hthst Chester P.t lnt We.t Berlin. M Vincent do P nils Church Oermtnlown. pjst rxncrlenre "P-74 " P O Hos-3500. city I, looking ror a. boy to work In offlce: l ',"."",, ',, "' ;.r.,'r. ,1 fn ma,n on double
Mh postpone action on this provision or the v j Tues i Thur. a m lnt M I)en,', c ,! invm-t in i "" "" , one who Is neat, willing and anxious io suc team: good wages, stendv work, oth nnd
r bill until last. DWFIELD In action In France Julv SHINN July 2t. REBECCA SHINN. , peed: must be, over 111 , years and have fln- Tioga sis.
ftT. 111 EDWIN (! DVNKIELD ngd 20 son of , aged 7J Relatives and frlt-nd. Invited to Ished grammar school or flrst-jear high T '
1-t. rt Fdvvln I. and Abblc S Dnnfleld. of 5501 service". Wed. 2 p. m 3015 Chestnut st. , STENOGRAPHER, experienced who enn SSi?J?. V-'fa. '" ?if.00K chan.cJ'or advance. V
bflti i IN MEMORIAM Glrard ave lnt American Mechanic,' Cem ttk- dictation rapl.llv: nppli-tnt, living C!Sn,?.lV.ri-t.np a'1?' tTU. A4V.r', ln own I
&:? a'cKERMAN. In loving memory of our DOWNEY Suddenly Julv 27 WILLIAM ( SMII H -Iu v 20 -MARY A. wife .of In vlclnllv of plant preferred Annl "r i h""1,rr"'"g' A '" '"ltrr ffl ' ELEVATOIi.,Sr,n',T'?" COLORED
r-?ear daughter. ELIZABETH, who entered A. son of George nnd Josephine Downev Chnrlrs r Smith late of Atcn. N J Rel.i- write Brown Instrument Company. Wajne w , r.ct.v.I5UT.JvoK
lC5ftt hUthe? lire July 30, 1817. , neo Olbney) Relative, nnd friend, emplojte tlv. s tnd friend" lnviteit (o runeral, Thur, , ap.l Robert, ave. Wnvne Junction. ""'" ' J?EJl.VA.N.K,:S.T..POSITION
fl ,V8o T suddenly she had to, leave us, Ml.lvale Stee Co . Invited to runeral. Thurs 2pm residence of ,ou-ln 1 ivv E L - ' APPLY SUPERINTENDENT
iuy Without the last cood-bv. " .i" a m . mn uownn ,l -.(iiemn man -uiuiirin. m ur.tvs avn inv rernwiin-i i..-.'.iu.vi-ti i-ii.-j.argo concern has noil. 1 or-v-w; ri.wn, uuii i;nE.ar.UT ST.
ii,v But we know we'll meet her, vvalttn,
ftr in tnal nonve oevona vne sy.
"'r ATHEK, MOTHEk AND AUNT SALLIE
3Bcutl)$
Anthony. Catherine
Jtpler. George
Braes Rodnev N.
Brr. William S.
Barton, Mary E
Bay, Ruth
Blackley. Christ, M
Blandford, Joseph J.
i ISonnnhea. Ramon
Madsen. Marie D
Mc'adden. Tames P.
McGeehan. Marie
McLaughlin J. E
McQuillan. Sarah A.
McVay, Thomas J.
Miller. Wllhelmlnl"
-Moore, Emma L. S.
Mowrej Horatio
Patterson Marv
PeMon William J
Powell Helena Meta
Pres.Ier Flossie R.
Qulgley. Iirldset T.
Hitter, Rarbara
Robertson Wm C
Ruch. Marv Lottie
Iie, Caroline T A
Schroeder. William
Schwaoke. Marie M.
Shea. John R
shinn. Rebecca
Smith. Marj A.
iomervllle. Isaac n
htalley Sarah J
Stevens, Harriet E
Steward. France, A
Stewart Harry S.
Stoer. Walter J
isupplee Annie
Talte, Amelia
Taylor, Emily F
irtue Kathryn C.
Walker. Resale J.
Watson Elizabeth R.
Wells. Charles W.
Welsh. Bridget
Westenbtrger C
'VaBdley, John J . Sr.
itf. f Jtm. Caroline T A.
gft V" Campbell. Ella S.
V tv itiniiucii. jjBijirr a
m 1 Capper, Catherine
aJi, Carroll. Walter P.
?. Caiatdav. John F.
tM'i'tCUiT.. John J.
iV.jr-. . J-... I'llll.
l?!? Curl. Christopher F.
9? 1 ttDantteld. Edwin O.
m fj. 0ibler'. Mary"
jrl,'.' Greenleaf Hudson R.
'rSt i Haman. Sarah
RV f. Heaton. Anna 1.
JHStr, Hutchison. Dorothy
P.,::l$ M Tan.au M
Kr- Z Jickson. Herhert V..
Ur, ,'' Jackaon. Joseph T.
CpiivJohnaon. Henry
Sfefrt Kennedy. Katharine
jv.irx. uiizaDem j
H f.. Knehlee .YmII.ih
VT.nfai. Willi. n. t
f5fc Lavery". Hugh
..LV..'lj.f..W VI- C-ll.
Williams, Kanny T
.SLoni. Annie W.
; '.Madden.Thomai F.
!$'
oerner. -Muareu t.
ANTHONY. July 28. CATHERINE,
Ltlghter of Jarnh nnd Annie Anthnnv (nee
iXmeryl. aged 17. Relatives and friends,
K,!' members 12th St. M. E Sunday School. In
bHi tdted to funeral aervlces Wed . 3 p. m pa
a'V renta' residence. 1014 E. Palmer t. lnt
PARCEL POST
PAWNSHOP AT 904 VINE
Loans SI 000 for $10
'Brine your diamonds, watches nnJ Jewelry
to the largest pawnshop In the world
Walter's Pawnshop, 904 Vine
- BONDED TO THE CITY
RIVER STKAMHOXTS
I ilmtnr-rf nn Pinnir rore . Chester
; f HWWKi i l J B
l&V- '?-HIMU0''U From Chestnut St.Wharf
: W-J-i See the threat Hntx Island
t-'vy.f J-j 8pectal morning, afternoon and evening
i j. ezeuraions win -;ive our patrons an op-
cxeurai
Bftun
;-ffTN.
niuiiiy io ore ice great new snip
UMIiui companlei on tha Delaware
ner na tne tremendous growth of
rNary Yard. A fine view of all the
ft. . . iMf.W nlanta ran be had frnm thn Knnt.
i" 4.t-t'. !iar trlpi dally give the patrons a
toy".'. Twilw to visit friends or for a morn-
F? v'- Kata leave rhlladelidila nnd Ullmlnr.
i . Jtt Vffl.l.,t- !. 1:30. .. 4:13.
.IT- rtcVf f. '.-.v. 'tu-vit ir.ii. i.ii.s itnni.
Arove. tUp trip, stona Pennsgrove.
. ,!. --v-AII boats atop at Chester.
: f W WlUUXiTUX AM) CHESTER
X Daily Single. 25c: H alngle. 15c
ti.. tats.. Buna, and holidays. Single. 3Uc.
-. lnle. ISc.
r. Tfi riirj-Tra
5n'e Bfngle fare, lftei half fare. 10e
"t,9BSTKB TO WILMINGTON OB
'M PENNhC.KO K
Pally (including Sats., Suns, and
tA- Hnlldava)
y Sltutli fare. lSei half single. 10c
, iVo ej-crilo- lickrtt will It lnurd; tht
"M-titili f'cketr-ulll be oooti either wau,
iHana,!:-!,! "Thli li the season to en-
MOnugm joy long tvvillght on lh
rivvr. Take the II or 7 P. SI. boat fora
lllgni pan wnuo mo (noon is Dig
-..and bright.
BTKAMSHII-S
Day Boat for
Baltimore
,.i-.v ni.iuj.. . .. . ... ..
-." mmi -. .-bubi-. .s(. ictavr-i
Us r-rerr Tuemlsr. TJiuraday and
t S, A. M. Returnlar. leaves
i -ktenday. trdne.day aoil FrIJay
trip gives paisengers an opportunity
rail ua great shipyards and creal
nis on mi unaware niver,
'ter 3. Kouth IleUware Atenul
,';.J. 0, VKUVt-9. Altai
h- v p
I- HXJgMHBH
I tj'-'l.i.-ni
Palmer Grounds. Remains my be, viewed
"! n p. m. .
APLEH. July 28. OEORaE.son or John
llfnrv and Katherlne Apler. Relatives unit
friend Invited to funeral Thurs ,8.30 a.
m. residence of brother. Henry Apler. 3137
N. Broad t. High mass of requiem St
Hnnaventura'a Church 10 a m. lnt Holy
Sepulchre Cem. Auto sen Ice.
BARNES Near Pcmherton. X. J., July
21. RODNEY N BARNES, aged 42 -Rela.
tlvea and friend. Mourner Tribe. No. l.,3i
P. C). 3. of A.. No 23: I O. M . No. In.
emploves of Riverside Watch Case Co. In-
vnea io lunerai, ucn , :di p, m , parents
residence, near Petnb-rton. N 3 int. Pern-1
berton Ilaptlit Cem Friends may call Tues. I
7 to D o. m
nAnn. July 2t. wii.liam s nAnn
Relathes and friends InMted to scrWce,
Wed., 2 .10 p m , daughter's residence
Mrs Edward Hunvell, mil S. nid at lnt
prhato. ltemalns may bo lewed Tucs .
to v p. m.
HAUTON July
a it.nv v ..i nV"Ir". " .. so''nn rerju em mass St.
B. MARt r.. wife of Anthony's Chu'rh BIO n m lnt "Holy
John M Itarton, ARed
lleialles ann
friends, Bristol Ixidfre Sons of Temperance
r Temperance
Incited, to funeral. We.l . 2 P m .. Bristol I
townsnip. uuc)s Count ra lnt prlvtte.
RAV July 27 Ul'Tlt. daughter of I
Charles and I.oitti Hay (nee Kuert), aite.l I
runeral Wed., 1 p. m , parents' residence '
1112 N 3d st tnt Hillside Cem Friends
mv call Tues 7 to 10 p m Auto service
.,,...,.,,.,. ..... .. ....,,.... ,.
iuni.ivi,i,i juii -li ttiuifii.a ."
dauahter of Samuel and Christina Morgan
Illacklev, lueil 21 Relatives nnd friends In.
ltrd to funeral services Thurs ,2pm
Cedar drove rd Newtown Square Del, Co
BUNDRinn Julv 55 JOSEPH .1. bus I
band nf Allen lllandford (nee Call wll) and '
son of I.aiiri A
and late Isinr S. nlaml
aeed 43 Relative, and friends. Mo- I
Temple, A A O N I S. of Jaclv
n. i-i. ... i.j ... ....i.. vv-. i
rncco
sonvllle Kla , Invited to service Wed
-,.,","',;.-? fle(Vd Tn .TlTa ST
nnvtmit-t c...i .-i. , ,- iuinv
husband of lato rthrrln Unnnchrn. mrtd
7'i llntn4li .. J !... Uill.,1 tn tit-
.i'i 1 ni rrom nis late residence t. l.
enr 4th and Wvnlusinir ave solemn re.
"ulfm mas, at Our Mother of .Sorrows i
:.".M'." " ".' " . '. M v., ...... ... ....
J.nr?iI? fin' 'r,nt,,a V'u, Urvv- II, i'n!! I
r-orrnvvs 11 V T Snrtilltv West l'nllll
louncii k nl c ISrnnch.No .itn C h nf
a., lather sharke T C B u Dlv o .
member . !m, ted to attend Automobile
c"'.r. . ..
n.. .... 1
IIYE Julv 21 CVROI.INE T A., wire
of Harrv C live ofSwtrthmore Pa Rela-
tlves nnd friends Invited to services Wed
2pm In the chapel of Wilmington and
Ilrandvwlne nt Wl'mlniton nl
CVMPHELI Jlllj 27 ELI.A S daugh-
ter of Robert and Marv Ctmpbell Relt
the, nnd friends invited to service Weil
2 p m. 20.10 Htlnbrllge .t lnt private
Ml Morlih Ctm I'rlends mi) 01II Tueo
"?.-.,,.,.,, ,,,. r.
l-,TA,?y,nl,',.T,Iu',. -? ,;',.""V" -L',,
-'i4iutk w- wuc 111 ,v jai rvr-im , niui'i" 11
.i4i.j-t-nii4 11 11 una mm iitvi v luiiviiii ---.
Irrlnnd and la to nf Inrt nino, Srrtt
lind RplitliM inrt friends nlo No i A
ii rnunt Uonnt of ) H andCith
nllr Sons of rerr rnurt MrPhirFon No
?"" F nf A. initcd to funpral Thurs
s.v" am rbldence of uncle John Cn
I Pld t 0 i; Somorspt tt Solemn rrqulrm
' mas. Church of the VMtntlon 10 a. m.
,nt "olv Sepuichro Cem
.t'HXMPERS In Ln. Angel", Cal Julv
- i.uvv.vKi vtlA.MUUKS Due notice of
funerul will be given frnm residence of aunt
-"arv , l mmiif r 0"iiil "Itrket ,t
, lark. Ju v . tohn J hu.btnd of
!. .'ini j it i I'll a Jir-iii.r-ri illiu irit'IHIf
iat,. Michael and Kate ciimmin ,.ire,i ni
. ... ..... ".. ... rv
iu ,n!V,c OI '""r11 "' ' '" ""
r,VlL"'nP, ,,r' RM.rtrTd rrle'nd, in-
iieu in 1uner.11 sphicps, pn , p
Uh
mtss of requiem St Stfphcn s Church 10
h m mi itoi sepulchre rem Auto
funeral.
KSMtJMi Suddenh Jul CS HU-
tiii-h rtMr-tf t...i:r T. : i..
.iiii- ' nn.
iiiui,uut,ii mm ill i'itu."l . unr r (HIT
Esmond (nee Hlaklev) aged 1", Relative,
and friends pupils nf St MI. heel's Scho.il
fifth grade Invited to funeral Thur. sin
a m residence of parents HH1 N .M sl
S.nlamn ran,. I An. n.... C Vfl.t...!'- .-"1. U
.. h.i i. ..li.
...... ...I, 1 1-, i. .-.(.. ..,. en ti. tf.ivi.iii . ciiui.u
Ill
lnt Holy Sepulchre Cem
TRAbER July 20 ELLA C
en iKrn
wl.lnn nf Robert S Fraser Relatives and
. .. ..'.,..
iriends invited to runeral Thurs 7
residence or son-in-law
Wllllim A Hem-
mden N.J Solemn
of Immncul.tto Con
Ing 211". N 11th st Camden
renuitm, intts i. nurcn
edition U a. m lnt Calvarv Cem P.e
main, may ue viewed vve.l eve
GEIUI.ER JulJ 2rt at Almones.on. N I
MARY widow of Charles L Gelbler, aged
74 Relative- and friends are invited to fu
neral residence of ..in Charles Gelbler
Almonse.son N .T . Weil 1 tn n m "..-
Ices In Ihe Almonsson M E Church 2pm
lnt prlvtte Friends ma call Tues . urter
R p m
GREENI.nVF Julv 27 HUDSON R
husband of Mte Greenleaf Relttlves and
friends invited to runor.tl Wed 1 p m
2.-.21 W Arizona at lnt American Me-
chanics' Cem Remains mav be viewed Tues
eve uto funeral
HA5IAN Julv 2, SARAH widow nf
i i.eorge li uamtn llrlatlvee .inrt friends
Captain John V Hunler.on Temple. No .11,
O I A are invited to funfr.tl service?.
i r.i , . p m --in . urkn. y si inl
Ccdjr Hill Cem Remain, mav be viewed
Tues. s io 10 p m
AU$78Z l-X&l&XrZUWSL.
lives .nu jnenus invneo io runera services
Wed 2 p in, Oliver II llllr Hldg 1S20
Chestnut s nt nrU.,
HUTCHISON Julv 28 DOROTHY M
daughter or J.imes IT anJ late Elizabeth
I. Hutchison ufc-id 1.1 Relatives nnd
rrlends Invited to service Tbura . 3 p. in .
43 E. Stratford ave . Lansdowne. Pa lnt
Arlington Cem.
IOllE snllnK Ti.lv "g .TAMPS T? son
of .Mark and l.llztbith Igoe Inre JlcEnernev)
aged 1(1 Ilelatlie. ann frlenila lnvlte.1 tn
runeral Wed. iJu a m resilmce or par-
- ems. a.'.tii .n vv arnock st Jllgh mass or
requiem st .Stephen's Church 10 a ni lnt
HT,r!t!:S?v-Ce'm..i.AV.Ln ","!'.,i',,tc..r v
.". . uui. - iii.i.i.i.i.. ,. . -.,..
of Herbert E and lztbeth Jackson, aged
12 Relatives and friends Invited lo funeral
!'.r,cSS V,e!i 3p m parents residence
m'ju esimin.ier live ini lernwon.i v. tin
Remalnft mty be ilewvd Tue, R to In p m
JACKSON July 2R, JOSEPH T.. hus
band of Elizabeth Mav bin Jackson Rela
tives and friends Invited to service. Wed,
2 p m, 113 S 10th st. Int. private Omit
flowers
JOHNSON Julv 2't HENRY husband nf
Qnnl'lB tnhnain -. o.1 11. Itnl-itl. .a ami
I.I..4. a..n.n...n . i.-. 1 1... ., . n Af tttt.
...-r.-i.at I'llinrilirii -. . riKin.lllU .11 1....
Ward emoIoyeB John II Stetson Co
trustees and congregation Zlon Swedish Luth
Church. Invited to funeral services. Zlon
Swedlsh I.uth Church Mt Vernon above
17th st Thurs 2 n m Remains mav lie
viewed 2440 N 13th st Wed, 7 to It p. m
lnt private, American Mechanics' Cem
Auto runeral
KENNEDY Jull -.0 KATHARINE, twin
daughter or William F and Rose V. Ken
nedv (nee Rllev) aged 2 month. Funeral
private rrom parents' residence 231S E
l.etterly st Wed 2pm lnt Holy .---cpu!
chr Cem
KIRK Tuly 20 ELIZARETH J. widow,
or George R Kirk aged 71 Relatives and
rrlends Invited tn runeral Thurs in a m
anartments or William H llattersbv 831(1
;v tiroan st inl Laurel Hill c em
KOEHLER Julv 28 JUI.IU.-.' husband
of late Hettle Koehler fnee Strlckler). aged
R7 Relatives and friends invited tn funeral
Wed. 2 pm. 1040 Bridge st Frankford
Unt private Nnrth C-dar Hill Cem
LANINO Julv 20 Rev WILLIAM II
I.AN1NG, aged 72. Relatives and rrlends
Post No 40. G A R.. Invited to runeral
services. Wed . 2 30 p m . 120't Sedgley ave
lnt Greenwood (K of P ) Cem Itemalns
may lie viewed Tues eve
LAVE.RY Juf v 27 HUGH husband nf
.Jennie Laverv (nee Deacon) -Relatives and.
friends Court American Eagle. No 91, F,
' or A , invited to runeral Thurs H 30 a m.,
1234 S 2flth st. Solemn high mass of re-
r ..i.n- ci A-....-.... r-t...... tn -in -. n. rn
Holv Cross Cem
LINDSAY July 20 E. ELLA widow of
i
i Daniel 8 Lindsay." Rela'tlves and friends
. Invited lo service. Wed , 3 p m . 3912
1 ineunui at ini private
LONG July 2!i ANNIE- LONG (nee
Hlghant. v.Mow of Frederick .ong aged 27
Relatives and friends Invited to funeral serv-
i iinnrM t ... n . ..t.i -.. i.'-iiivitv lii'liiiiiTi nun irr 111s i nun. nnttt'nv , .... l.l. c l
1 0' i m Ti-iiMt'Tt..'i'4 n.i..i.. 1 -.. J- ni.li. i
t .1.1 1....1 iiui.iiiii.1 nr !-nnnii hi n . liti nr un. nr narm in s.nu nr n nnvp. 'imi -- ; ' - " - ....-.
Iff" Thuri . 2 p m residence of parents BOOKKEEPER'S AHMhTA.Vl Apply uy
Albert Hlglian l'V3 Margaret st hrank- letter only Edwin Harrington Son & Co .
ford lnt Cedar Hill lem Remains may i7,h and Callowhlll sts (Jive ugc it-fertn-e
be viewed Wed R to 10 n m ,. Balarv-
MADDEN Julv 20. THOMAS T. MAD- . ""ar
DEN, ion of late William and Mary Mad
den Relative, and friend, Invited to fu- ...., , ,,, j . .
neral Thuri. k 30 a m reildence of CASHIER for silk department, position
brother-in-law. Frederick F lordan. 2134' permanent Apply Helsher ' Bros., 1322
Moore ii nequiem man ai r.umuna a
Church 10 a m. lnt New Cathedral Cem
MAUK JUIV .',, JlAJllti UUUUTIU
widow of IfOuli i Madsenr aged 03 Relative! CLEnKS Experienced . operators on Ifur
and friends invited to funeral services Wed . u5u,-hs ledger machine wanted, excellent
..' m, rIi th V Int preenwood opportunity for advancement: state age. ex
(K of P ) Cem Remains may be viewed pi-ence and salary expected P 32J. Led
Tues eve -,.r Citftre
UrrinnRN' At Conshohoeken Pa.. Julv ' '" . r.
277 JAMBS P ion , of Mary.Shl.ld. and late
Alexander McFadden. aged 27. Relative, and ,
frlendi. Comhohocken Council. K. of C, InJ
vlted to funeral. Thurs.. 8.30 a. m BaT
Spring Mill ave.. Conshohoeken, Pa Solemn
requiem m bi St Matthew's Church JO
a m. Int 8t Patrick' Cem.. Norrlstown
rnnRR1IAM. July 2S MAT11K J
dausbt-tr of John an.! Hrldzt-i J . Jffah:
(nee Mclntre). ard IP Ite!at1vei and
frl-inHa IBciiM nf Hiirr0d Fiart. H V. M.
godallty of Church of Our Uady nf Victory,
..II. Ar lttu fathnlli Htah Krhnnl tn.
iupUt oi Olrls' Catholic High School.
k.
hi , rest-
----- ..,--....... .,.,.,.,
iipiice oi
Phllai Solemn mats nf Muililatn fhitri-t-i nf
Our Lndy of Victory 10 a m. Int. Holy
Cross Cem.
.MCLAUGHLIN. July . JAMBS M . hus
r.',Vl,..nfJ Margaret McLaughlin men Pagan).
Relatlvt-s and friends InMted to runeral
services. Thurs . 8.30 n m.. 2844 W Wish,
art st (28th and Allegheny ave.) Solemn
requiem mass at Corpus Christ! Church 10
n m lnt Cathedral Cem. Auto funeral.
MrfltTtf.T.A V T.tt.. M Biit . -if.
i ndrw' IrClulllan Relatives and friend
i,i."A . e........ .' v... . -.""'
nU,,'"rt0t" '""' ""-Ires Wed .2 30 o
"i. L...22.'1 ' Int ,1 Vrnwnod Cem, Re
mains may be .ecd Tucs ce.
Auto
i nil vivi'
...McVAV Suddenly. Juh 21 THOMAS J
JtcJAA son .of niljilwth and late John J
;HCinJ, nRr'1 24, nplathes and friends.
17th District police, Invited to funeral.
Th.irs s n m residence nf mother. 273.1
Cross Cem Auto funeral
Mll.l.lrn T..t. on ... ..i t
lau. Ocoiie w v cvrZn ill P. SI
aim ae Mt Airs WII.1IKI..M1NIK nldow
nt J ;orit Miller, am-d 7 Services and
'" ,nrj tr
SL'.A,I.v.,,"l" nf nr J- Wilson Moore, of
PhllauVlphla Relathea and friends lnlted '
;;." r,iv. -C - " " "liver li. uair
HMi . 1J0 Chestnut st tnt nrlvate.
Mill illiui Ti.l. m .. .i..i-.i n
Vl'Ot STfh MOIIDRCAI son or lnte Major
lfrrri nnrt Harsh Havs Mordecal, aucd 01)
111! leveland O
MitWHBV Julv 27 HORATIO husband
21, J'mm9L-V.0?. ""'' 71 ..Relatives nnd
V. 7""'.h.n".rc'K?" ' '" 1 I O R. M
hH rrnnunt jirfim n laa i. n r i., i.ui
W. ""' "r'"" J'",; - " m 102H N
fj '""", T.Jl "'.J rha"' "mialns may
no vim wei lues eve.
,...ri,TTK,nsoN July 2. MARY wife of
Mlllam Patterson Relitlves and friends
Invlteil tn funeral services Wed 2 p. m .
'...: J.KP "i mr private
PLYTON .IlllV "S Wft.l.TAM T huahdnrl
of Emma I. Pejion (neo Schulzel. need SI
itelatlves and friends members of Welcome
Mutua Hen Assorlallnn I.nr-nl Vn 771. I
A of Jt Bn(1 tne rmni;,. of will am
Cramp & Sons. S nn,l B RulMIng Co.. In-
mipu lo innprD services wed ' n m . ainil
K N'Trls st lnt Mt Morlth Cem He-
n.nl.. . m.... .. ., in. ..... o.
POWELL Julv irt tiret.v.N'.v mrita
powei.i. fr,e i'i ,.i r 1....1. i
nnd
J.P W enry) hnm-. 4 N
' .
.. .!..... . ..-".:-
"V, "I ;.""' ' ,la .' P m
,r,'SI-t,'J -,ul -" l 'LOSIK H. wife
ot wll Mm H Preseler. aged 3S Relatives
"id friends Invited to funeral. Thurs. B 30
n m . rtsldenco of husband 41HI0 N. 13th
st Phlladilphla .Si rv Ice. In lxiotn M E
"'lurch lo 1 m lnt Hethel Cem. Cnm-
d n N J Rnnialn, mav be viewed Wed
eve. 1
QLIOI.CY Julv 27 HRIDC.ET T QUIO-I
la,i1rr ' sh,1.,"l', ,"y,ow ofMlchneU. Qulg.
)Z,.VL '"l,:..0! ."1" ,:M"Lp""i.?.f.. J.
.. n--i ,14 1111 .-i-'iiri-" ill oi Ills'' Ml ficinuiCD 1
! 1111 ii'ii ri 1 nulla 1 i ! '.utiifcjisi
A ind Wnst. r HcrkT. nued 27 nlatUcs
and rrfnds nrc inItid tti fiinorni ti
ii m mrlnrs of C.us A Kin liner 711 N
fll tt lnt Gnnnmunt C?m
nvu iui ss caiiolini: t a . wif
of f;irr t lr Sunrthmorn Pa Reli-
thes nul friends invited to funnral pr!cp?
I Wed J p m ctmnei of Wilmington and
Hrtndwvlne i'"m Wilmington Del
Si'HROEDER Xt Clementon. N J Julv
-'. vvji.i i.v.vi p..ti or ( narles .tn.l ' -garer
Schmeder ind ci ind-ion of Itte Sim' 1 tnd
t.liza llnw rn lunl'.Ml H.itlvcsen. '-'"rn
Rancocas Tribe No 137 I o R " nt
v irmi'iuuii I I HI t'Uli'M'i ! Ill ViJllUim
fripndsi ln Iif1 In funrrjil or Irni Thurs
'2 p m 7J1 j T.oer st Mt. Air lnt nrl
'"K.n ...,. oc ,nwv ,.,.r,.n .,n
l . ." ..'.... ....'......
'I j.jwi inn itie ainarinp r..i.-i "'-
tern Friends ma rail cd R to in p m
umi;uviij1.u juiv "-:' isaai ii nue-
band of Man H SomerHlH (npp Durr)
HelatUes and friends InMted to funernl sr-
iiciHtiif i niiu i rii'nns iniiir l lu iu r hi nt v
(..a -T-tv.o i n . Tnn lin. ill rtrt n a
i. . t.. i ' .n i..m ,
V A HUT- 1 I 111 IU" Ililiiuuii iw-
WV.Imont N J lnt prlv He rrlencl,
mav c ill Wed eve after 7 n'clock
hTULEY Jul 29i SARAH J wife of
William (i Stallev (nee llond) Relatlv
I ..I 1.. 1......1 ... f. .1 T-v...... Ill
...in iiiriui- i.iiii-,. iu uiiniii uiuir i--
u m 1434 N. 21lh ,t lnt Oreenmount
. .... r1.!..,. n... .ill VV'd.I nf... II . n,
' 111. 1 ...11111. 1U .1. 11 ..... ...... ' - ...
Auto t.ervlc.
STEVENS -
-Sud.lenlv of pneumonia
Denver Col July 22 HARRIET III DDIK)
E onl daughter of late Wll. lam N. nnd Har
rlet Stevens IUUtlvi-M and friends Invited
funeral services. Wd 11 a m Mnnu-
utinu-
i
RAN-
mont Cem chapel lnt Monument Cem
STEWARD Suldenlv. Julv 2'l FRAN-
i r;a A vvuiow oi iienry .. niewnru r
tlv., and frlendt invited to funeral serv
Rela-
vice,
U c
Wed s p m resident e or son I'ero.
m.un.H '.411 V lHlh ,t Tnt i.rliate
STEWART Julv 20 HARRY S . son or
John J and Martha Austin Mewart Rela-
lives and friends Invited to service, Thurs ,
2 P m "lllJ an,om st lnt private
.STOER Jul 2I1 WALTER J bTOER
aged 17 I'unernl ,. rvlces 412 Mtnlieim st ,
Gernnntown. Wed 3 p m lnt private
SLTPLEE At Rosemont June 2'i. AN-
NIE wlte nf J Howard Supplec Due no-
tiro nf funeral '.Iter
TAFFE Julv 27 AMELIA diuishter of
Marj hhi.l-i and late Edward Tnffe for -
lnerh nf Hrlstol Pa nvred 2.1 Relatives
and frl.nds Invlteil to funeral vv-l . 2
Vlted In fiiti--! Phn
m residence of mother 372J Knorr It.lpivvnt. t...v-v-c.-. -. . -.
Taeonj lnt MagnolU Cem Remains mtv
''VALoVjV''eMIiTy F TATMH,
oi .ii. .-ikci hi., wnioi-. "i .ai..-e i. j-
lur. Relatives and friend. Invited to serv-
Ice,. Thurs. 2 p in . Oliver 11 Bair Bids,
lS.'O Chestnut st lnt Fernwood Cem.
VIRTUE Jul! 2t .-CAIHRYN C.. d lUgh
tcr of Charles and Kathryn Virtue nnd
granddaughter of Sophia nnd lata Christian
rrl-'S agtd 3 rar. Relatives nnd rrlends
Invited to runeral Thurs.. 2 P m.. parents
...lit.np. 1S11 V '"Tst St. Tnt. ArOsley
Iluriul Park via funeral car Remains may
nn leuro Werl after 7 1. tn.
WU.KER Seventh Month 21t!i, BESSIE
JOHN.-ON. wire or Lewis walker, agea h
Relative, and friends Invited to runeral.
Fourth-day 31st Inst .3 n. m 100S Mel-
rose ave -ticirose iiirh I tm inn.-..-.
WATSON Tuly 21 ELIZABETH R wire
f v.ifrei I'. Watson nnd daughter of late
Wallace and Marguret Coke Relatives and
friends invited to funeral services Thurs .
.'3ii p m Hid.' Harrison st.. trankiora
lnt private
WELLS u Wlldvvnorl N J,. Julv 2rt.
CH-vRLES W husbtnd of late Etile Fitz
gerald Wells. ageiW 7d Relallvee and
friends Hamilton Loilge No 274, F nnd A,
M. Oriental Chanter. Nn 183 R A M :
.t..... I ..r.. V. 1S f IV C V lnvll.,1 tn
i '.i--j' .i S. ' n. ...i... .ft.
lUIICrUl, l"!! . I" I.. 'iail.11.1 Ul '.
Hagerman .1-109 Haverrord ave lnt Monu-
ment Cem Remain, mty be viewed Tues .
from 7 tn 10 p m
WELSH Jull 21 IfRlDQET widow or
vv-nii.n, vVniBh itnlatlve, and friends In-
itert . funeral Thurs. 7.30 a m 173,
" (1th at Mas, ut St Malachy's Church
9am lnt Holy Cross Cem
WESTENBEHOER July 27 CATH
ARINE wlte of John II Westenberger. aged
70 Relatives and rrlends invited to ru
neral Thurs . S 30 a m residence of hus
band 124(1 S 33d St. Solemn requiem mtss
St Gabrlel'B Church 10 a m lnt Holy
Cross Cem
WILLIAMS Suddenly at Woodbury N
J FANNY TEVIS. daughter of of Eugenia
T and L Hampton Williams aged 1.1
Relatives and frlnds Invited lo runeral serv
i-i.-. Thnrs 1 30 n m residence of nar-
i ents 147 Euclid st Woodbury. N J lnt
private Haddonfleld N J
WOERNER. July 28. MILDRED FRAN-
CES daughter of Lillian and late Theodore
Woerner. In (lth ear Relatives and friends
invited to funeral services Wed . 2 n. m .
mother's residence, R71 Main st . Darby,
pa Friends may call TueB , after 7 p. m.
fnt private
:
LOST AND FOUND
; : T77 . TZ . z
PIN Lost, diamond bar pin. stamped 1 G
. 3334 cnniDOied of o msroulse. shaped dla.
monds surrounded by eft small diamonds.
liberal reward If returned to J 13. Caldwell
4 Co Jnnlner nd CI eatnut sts
;
HELP WANTED FEMALE
(Other Classified d f- !' - 2
unesinui si.
LLr.HKS-Yoi.ng women . n.iw.. h , age.
f'h.'Jl a.S?-,t.n tZ .n Sh
Wf",'"8' w"7i', ,.n.2J2,"
''houie, state age expei
"",c"d P 3.7 Ledger C
iaeiiaDiisneu nnan
perlence and salary
winre
CLERKS A few VHcanciti for experienced
rlmre nd salary exuected. P 31! 6. Ledeer
E.. t iitnre.
l CORflKSpONUKNT atenoerapher. wanted
by a larire nubllihlnu house: knowledw of
orn( rouir" ana n xeeuma or rerornF,
ta.'JSiteSA U5. iider "otnS,
Address ittin rerernfea ana saury ex
Xfr&i.
"hk.MJi,
(Other Classified Ada on Tam t)
A J'ATtlOTIC Ol'POKTOMTT
. TKt.KPHONK SEHVICK IS VITAl.t.T
IMPORTANT IN CAtlltYtNO ON THE
3000 YOUNO WOMEN TKt.KPHONB OP
ERATORS IN PHILADELPHIA AND VI
CINITY TIIB WOHMl'H WORKSHOP. ARE
PATRIOTICALLY HULPINO TO WIN THE
YOUNtl WOMEN, t7 tn 1 YEARS OV
AOE. CAN ENTER THIS C1REAT WORK
in PER WEEK IS PAID DURINO THE
FIHST KOt'Il WEEKS. WITH RAPID AD
VANCEMENT THEREAFTER
PERMANENT POSITIONS. EXPERIENCE
UNNECESSARY.
. THE WORK Pi CLEAN AND FASCINAT-J
ANT.
IN". TUB SL'RROUNDINOS ARE PLEAS
MEALS SERVED AT COST ANNIVER
SARY PAYMENTS. SICK HENEF1TS. VA
CATIONS WITH PAY: NOT OVER 8
HOURS' WORK PER DAY
LOOK INTO THIS PATRIOTIC OPPOR
TUNITY; TALK IT OVER ANY WEEKDAY
IfETWEEN S AND d OR ANY EVENINO
BY APPOINTMENT WITH
MISS M D RYAN
FIRST FLOOR lent ARCH ST.
I'HILA.
MISS O SMITH
40H VAHKET ST . PHI
MISS F R ZINCiOL
20 W. CHEI.TEN AVE .
MISS W (1 REILLY
20 E .-.HI ST CHESTER.
PA
THE nr.i.L
TELEPHONE COMPANY
PENNSYLVANIA
or
ELEVATOU OPERATOR, remale. must have
some experience tnd a license. Apply Rlt
tenhouse Hotel 22d and Chestnut sis
OIRI.S 1" tn 40 vears. wanted for assem
bling nnd imrhlne work. 110 to 112 per
week paid while learning no experlenco
needed H T Palslc Co 3201 Arch st
oiRL w Tnle.1 f.ir general hnu.ework, .mall
house in suburbs, two In famllv, must be
experienced , ink and waitress with rerer-
print) Phfinn Altllln 'JN1
J3,
OntLS wanted-
Steady worU, good wares.
30tb
I. VRORERS
WOMEN FOR LABORING WORK'.
40 .CENTS' PER HOUR. 44 -HOUR
bHIFT
ATLANTIC RErjNINO CO
EMPLOYMENT DP.PT ATLANTIC GATE
9141 PASSYI'VK AVE
OPERATOR on Teu machine. In machining
small brae, ptrts experienced reliable
tnd stea.l vvomtn wanted Applv 2325 N
. &T.IHtOG.UAi:"Jl" 7"IT I".'."!'
uriirinij..iiiiii.-itiimr m in'- (iicni'i.-ii. '
largo manuracllirlng concern, in leuer oe
' ,iJn for experienced Bteno-trnpher. who i
win npcriTA nictanhone. Apply 141 Cheat
nut nt Ttoom 704 '
M'KMHlHAIlirn
v. i-i- iimii i ihi nn .. . . : .
.... .
. " -n i mi. muM ne neat urn rp
I rliriifO irtintt nnnnrhinll.. 1e.- ,.i-
tlsng nnd imbllshVng bil.lne,, Snlv 111
' ll'.ir.e III 1g buslne,. Apply 111
c1 ENOGRAI'HER First-class firm has open
.. . ." . ' "' " " " """ , ni
,,ii- i',"i inn nni rn(l Iwo lemno-arv .nos
Sttte exp and salary des P n Ilo 1004
-.- .i. ' Z I
STENOGRAPHER middle-aged, light work:
...',.. '" "ooKKceplns not essential
1012 Harrison Illdg
nTL.NOdRAPHERs , targe
ueeirous oi not unlne the srv
experienced stenocnipher.' rle
Inga good hours and ereellnn r
desirous of obt lining Ihe ser lee. nf -. f.-
experienced stenographer. clean surround-
Inga good hours and excellent chance for nd-
vancement to those ehowlmr ability slatt
ue exp rlence and salary expected P 323
Leflger Office
STENOGRAPHERS wanted experienced
vim -r "ira-iv noiirlav with
n! a "rV,S? second floor. S W
Broad nnd Wallace st.
pay.
cor.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS
FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THOSE DE-
SIRING TO ipptv irni i.-i.-.., --.-
' ""U '" Arl '' FOR OPERATORS' TO-
SITIONS THE BELT. TELEPHONE COM-
" .n.i.ieu.i,vn 1A ui-L.Nt.1)
-V OFFICE AT THE CENTRALLY
inCATFD Tier T pipvumv mm mvr.
Luk-Au'u ULLL PARKWAI RUILDING
1031 ARCH ST.
MRS. LACY WILL RECEIVE ALL AP-
, p, IC . N.T-. Av.D rYPI .... ,-. ,,,,,,-,
'"---; A.vu 1..XPLAIN THE OPPOR
TUNITIES OFFERED TO YOUNG WOMEN..
1031 ARCH ST.
TELEPHONE OPERATOR, with som
nerleme in fll'nc Annlv JT. n Tintichptv
A Po ITth nnd Indlnnn ae
TYPIST Ynunc woman with at least two
vears' high schooling and six months'
tvplug experience for permanent position In
large, bright office good opportunity for
bright, willing worker Address, giving age,
experience and ,alar desired, H 850, Ledger
Central
TYPISTS, d. matu'e, welt educated, thor-
ougniy experlenceo:, to start work at oncel
1 prefer those living In Southwest nr We,t
. . . . . . . . .w. .. . . --;--
Philadelphia ror this i particular work: also
I high-grade Elllnt-Flsner machine operator.
.capable of takl lg supervision of large de-
parimeni appiv women's employment Us-
partment A 1 S. C . Hug Island. Pa.
WANTED
WOMEN FOR SCRUBBING AND CLEAN.
ING. .SHORT HOURS AND OOOD PAY.
J S DRAKE
d08 CHESTNUT ST
WINDERS Girls for winding ccps; excellent
pay for experienced girls; easy to learn;
will employ exper. winders half day If un
able to work full day. C. H. Masland t
Son Amber and Wll lard
WINDERS Exper skein winders on bottle
tKibbtna. steady work; good pav The Ilv
glenle Underwear Co 241. N Howard st
50 WOMEN NEEDED
from IS to 3.1 -tears
for our new Industrial
training department
Will teach vou
In a short time
to become skilled
In light mechanical work
where you can make good wage.
Apply from T a. m. to 3 p. m.
HFNRT DISSTON SON'S
Employment Department
Tacony. Philadelphia
or 2429 N Front st.
S to 12 a. m
WOMEN Wanted, active women for cabi
net department! .good wages; first-clan
conditions; 8-hour day. Leiter Piano Fac
torlis. Leiter. Pa. Take Cheater Short
Line trolley.
, , :
colored, to do gemral
t.
WOMEN, white or
work. 2 8. 5th
1 -
k
klsJ&iASi
(Other riaaalllfd Ada n ! 1)
WOMEN A.S'D OIRLS
U2.r,o
WEEKLY AVERAOF.
INCREASE AUTOMATICALLY
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
APPLY 7 A. St.
JOSEPH COMPBKLL COMPANY
2D AND MARKET STS.
CAMDEN. N. .J.
WOMEN
rieanera for scrubbing In office bldg., white:
ft hours per day. 6 a m. to B a m. and
A p. m. to 8 p. m. : good wages: steady work.
Apply Room 431. Land Title Bide.
YOUNO LADY WANTBD TO
1.EARN ADVERTISING BUSI
NESS: MUST BE BRKJHT AND
ACTIVE AND NOT AFRAID
OF WORK. ADDRESS STAT
ING: AOE, SALARY DESIRED
TO A 8. LEDOER OFFICE.
YOtTNCJ WOMAN ACCOl'NTINO DEPART
MENT OF THE PUBLIC LEDOER DE
SIRES THE SERVICES OF A BRKJHT
TOt'NO WOMAN WITH KNOWLEDGE OF
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING: A
KNOWLEDGE OF BOOKKEEPING WILL
BE HELPFUL PUBLIC LEDOER COM
PANY. SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STS.
YOUNO WOMAN, with at least two ears'
high schooling and alx months typing ex
perience, for permanent position In large,
bright office In the neighborhood of 24th and
Market els . goon opportunity ror nngni
willing worker. Address, giving nge, ex
perlenco and salary desired. II 855, Ledger .
Central
You can help win the War
WELL-EDUCATED MATURE WOMEN
Stenographers and tvplsts
are wanted at once
MUST HAVE SEVERAL YEARS' ACTUAL
STENOGRAPHIC OR TYPINO EX
PERIENCE Special train to and rrom Philadelphia
Morning nnd Evening
Unusuallv attractive working conditions
WRITE
stating age. experience nnd nearest tele
phone number
OR CALL
Women's Emplovment Office
Hog island I'a
HET.P WANTKD MAT.T!
(Other Classified Ads on Tage 2)
ASSISTANT tn manager nl ncrntintlni mm.
partment: applicants must slate educn -
tlonal advantages and commercial experience:
nhllltv tn nn.ratn tinnu'rll. trill Kj. hotnfi.l
i In writing reports' elementary knowledge of
' o,r'LRcr',umln'i: d's,rabl' " I-1-
I '
'AUTOMOBILE REPAIRMEN for hlgh-grad-
work: best wages: S-hour shop; good work-
Ing cnndltlons. Apply, statins rererences, to
M 050 Ledger Central,
l.MOKKBEPERS Wanted. 2 experienced
bookkeepers. Overland-Harper Co , 14 s
21st.
..RirKLAYWlH. I wanted at once at tnn
v. Miinitn i"ier, t-Hinuen. , j. ; linvern
, ment work: 85c an hour: plenty of overtime,
A?5Lr "' n WorkV 2d ."v'sih".
ingion ave
ROYS
10 YEARS OR OVER
J1.1
WEEKLY AVERAGE
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
APPLY 7 A. M.
JOSEPH CAMPHELL COMPANY
2D AND .MARKET STREETS,
CAMDEN. N. J.
ROYS
10 years or over: $0 and $10 per week
good opportunity and chance fcr advance
ment. BECKER. SMITH & PAGE
water at. and Snyder ave.
BOYS wanted: steady work, rood wugrs
AddIv National Umbrella Vr.-n.. .-..
30th and Thompson. "
ROYS, over 10 sears for light manufactur
, i!nliy.rnin-;t30lnbavA,U'"',''lc """"" Co ,
i -i c-m.-a vr VTZ .. ... .. r r-
CLERKS Young men wanted by a la
financial Institution for their nlnh -.ia..i.,.i
force: hours 12 n m. to 8 a, m : good op
portunity for advancement for thns )..
ing ability: state age experience and salarv
exnected P-32J Ledger Office.
EXPERIENCED BLUEPRINT MACHINE
OPER -VTOR
ADDRESS ROOM 237 ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING. MERCHANT SHIPBUILD-
INO CORP. HARR1MAN, PA.
THE ATLANTIC REFINING CO.
NEEDS
BOILERMAKERS' HELPERS
PIPEFITTERS' HELPERS
RIGGERS' HELPERS
STILL CLEANERS
BOILER SCALERS
AUTO MECHANICS
WHEELWRIGHTS
COAL PASSERS
MACHINISTS
BLACKSMITHS
SOLDERERS
LAYERS-OUT
PAINTERS
LABORER3
FIREMEN
TEAMSTERS
40 HOURS PER WEEK: ONLY EX
PERIENCED MEN NEED APPLY.
ATLANTIC REFINING CO , EM
PLOYMENT DEPARTMENT. AT
LANTIC GATE. 8144 TASSYUNK
AVE.
nOOKKP.EPER Man thoroughly -.-,.. I
ented: take entire charge accnunlfnir it.
partment larva corporation; centrally located:
mull siaie ase, exiwtirncr una salary ae
sired In reply to reeejye attention- excel
lent opportunity. H 847. Ledger Central.
BOYS
MUST BE OVER 1
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
AWAITS BRIGHT. AMBITIOUS BOYS
.APPLY MR HERS .
EDWARD O BUDD MFO CO
25TH AND HUNTING PARK AVE.
CARPENTERS WANTED
APPLY ROOM 431
LAND TITLE BLDO.
-si r t.t
'ULJ't-f1,. J
I , ,.
I v
". .- .,AS
X, -. 'r.' f-j
r i'i i
(Other, riant Wei Ada an Pag t
. HELP TO MAKE CHEMICAL
FinsT-CLARB MEN ARE NEEDED IN
THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS!
CARPENTERS
"MI LLWRIOHTS
INTERS (STRUCTU
PAINTERS (STRUCTURAL!
PIPE FITTERS
SHEET METAL WOHKERS
LEAD BURNERS
ELECTHICIANS
LABORERS
HELPERS ON ABOVE POSITIONS
APPLY AT WORKS EMPLOYMENT OF
FICE, POST ItO AD. MARCUS HOOK. PA,
HOW TO OET THERE
FROM CHESfTER TAKE WILMINOTON
TROLLEY ON 7TH ST. CR PENNA. It. It
TO NAA.MAN STATION. OR 3D ST. TROL
LEY TO MARTIUS HOOK,
FROAf WILMINGTON TAKE TROLLEY
OR PENNA. R. R. TO NAAMAN STATION.
GOOD PAY AND BONUS
NATIONAL ANILINE AND CHEM1CAI.CO.
MARCllq HOOK. PA. Y
CARPENTERS GOOD WAGES! STEADY
WORK. APPLY TO Jnllv itptt-iti.
riritriniA, niti.wi e, nriMIU IO
iivr,mv., Mi(inv,-v e; STITART CO.
l-YNNEFIEI.D AND BRYN MAWR AVEP
'i'.'lst.V. 9,R AI WYNNEFIELD AVE.
vv 1 n
PHIt
STATION, P. R R
I
CARPET STRETCHER wanted. Apply
Pollock-Huston Co , Tulip and Dauphin
sts -
CLERKS
OPPORTUNITY AND ADVANCEMENT
FOR EXPERIENCED, AMBITIOUS YOUNO
STATE AOE SALARY EXPECTED AND
FULL PARTICULARS APPLY BY LET
TER. OIVINO TELEPHONE NUMBER
MR. HESS
EDWARD O Rttnn MFO CO
SSTII AND HUNTING PARK AVE
CLERKS Men wanted, with experience on
stockroom records: good npportunltv for
right parties Apolv between 7 30 and a 10
0, m. and 1 30 to 2:30 p m American En
gineering Co . riant No 2, Wheatsheaf lane
and Sepylyn st.
CLERK Experienced operators on Bur
roughs ledger machine., wanted: excellent
opportunity for advancement; state age, ex
perience and salary expected. P 321 Ledger
Office
CLERKS A few vacancies for experienced
multlgraph operators: state are, expe
rience and salary expected P 325, Ledger
Office.
CORRESPONDENT-STENOGRAPHER want
ed bv a Irge publishing house: knowledge
of office routine and the keeping of records
Address, sitting references and salary ex
pected AIlfllLeiTeerOfnce
COPPER PLATERS Experienced helper, for
topper plating rieptnmnt. Apply i;d u
Budd Mfg Co.. 2Mh end Hnntlne- Pnrk -
COST CLERK Experienced on manurai tur-
Ing cost, state experience, rererence and
salary exp"cted I 311 Ledger Office
COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT OF GOTERN
MENT SHIPYARD. HOO ISLAND, RE.
QUIRES EXPERIENCED WHITE COOKS.
EXPERIENCED PIE BAKERS. WHITE!
WHITE KITCHEN MEN. WHITE BUS
MEN FOR CAFETERIAS. OOOD WAGES.
PLEASANT SUR-
MR SWART?,
1521 ARCH
(Do not npry at Hos Island)
, COST CLEIeK. one experienced on detail
cost card svstem: good chance for ad-
VAfirementt staff. mI...... an ..I.... .
sired P 115 Ledger Office.
DRAFTSMEN, mechanlctl flri class' stale
arte exnerlenco nnd .tlnrv desired' ner.
manent positions to right parties; positions
are not ror extra work but to nil vacancies.
, Apply by letter to A 20. ledger Office, or
phone W P Arnsl7 Tioga 0080
DRAFTSMEN, detallers and tracers wanted
on heaw ordnance equipment: applicants
should give nge, experience: stato present
emplnser. If any. which will be traced con
fldentlallv. H 043. Ledger Central.
DRAFTSMHN Mrchnnlral ennine rnTn.
pouerhomp desltttirrn Hnd detnll mn:
Meadv position: (rood nnportunttv Amortcnn
''..,- ' ,""""";" v umnpnann st,
ELEVATOR OPERATORS
OKFICE-HUII.DING SERVICE
WHITE
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
APPLY ROOM 444
WIDENER 1II.DG.
DROP FORGERS
20 WANTED
Must be experienced along these Tine, High
day rate 'and excellent nlee. work.
BRING REFERENCES
MIDVALE STEEL AND ORDNANCE CO.
riuiJin i ii.m. iviri.i. 1-i.Arvi
EDDYSTONE. PA.
riant emplovment hours Dally, 7am
i to 5 p m, extipt Sunda, ; Saturday, 7 a.
i m. to 11 a. m
OR
PHILADELPHIA OFFICES
Woodland nve and ls'and road
5203 Market street
.l.v.'l Arch street
. Office hours, 0 a m to R p m. dally ex-
cept Saturday, until 12 o'rloik noon Sun-
day, 10 a. m. io 4 p. m,
! .
DRUGS' Registered or qualified clerks. Ten
ner. 2032 N. Rroad st.
ELEVATOR OPERATORS WANTED
APPLY 600 CHESTNUT ST.. 2D FLOOR
ELEVATOR OPERATORS for office, build
ing service: white: steady emploment.
Apply Room 4S1, Land Title Building.
ENGINEER Night engineer wanted for
manufacturing concern; good wages. 159,
Ledger Branch, 15th and Moore us.
ENGINEER Camden factory wants com
petent chief engineer to take charge of
power plant: atternatlne current. P 212,
Ledger Office.
FIREMAN, sober. Industrious man: 2 boilers.
7 days, 125 per week: day off each month
with pay. Wallaca.Wllson Hosiery Co ,
Orchard st below Unltv t
FIREMAN'S HELPER
colored; 8-hour day: steady work: good
wagei. Applv engine room
WIDENER BLDG.
FIREMEN, 2 for hard coal; steady work.
Applv 3045 Germantown ave
FOREMAN Electrlc-llght construction fore
man experienced op overhead wire. Apply
Wm Foster. 1208 N 31st st
FREIGHT HANDLERS
WANTED
CAN MAKE M.PER DAY
AND UPWARD
APPLY tf.R R.
MANTUA TRANSFER ENTRANCE
51ST AND COLUMBIA' AVE.
FREIGHT HANDLERS
BO -
WANTED '
WHITE OR COLORED. This Is a piecework
rroposltlon and good pay can be earned by
he men who want to work,
APPLY AT
MIDVALE STEEL AND ORDNANCE CO,
EDDYSTONE RIFLE PLANT
EDDY8TO:,E.4A.
Plant emploment hour. Dally. 7 a. m. to
o p m. except Ju.iday; Saturday, 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m.
, OR
PHILADELPHIA OFFICES
Woodland ae. and Island road
5203 Market st.
1510 Arch st.
Office hours 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. dally, ex.
cept Saturday, until 12 o'clock noon; Sun-
ur y v , y r- -
I
HiiilnTi iiiiii iMilniiiil ' Mlli i iJlHWfflMiYliTsilriagi
(Otfcef f'laaslnV Ada nn rge
GUARDS
FOR GOVERNMENT SHIPYARD
NEAR PHILADELPHIA
MEN OF CHARACTER AND TEM-'
. PERATE HABITS. WITH DISCHARGE
FROM. ARMT NAVY OR MARINE
CORPS BETWEEN AGES OF 28 AND
421 MINIMUM WEIGHT. 115 POUNDS!
MINIMUM HEIGHT. 5 FEET T
INCHES.
EXCELLENT LIVING AND WORK
INO CONDITIONS WITH OOOD PAY.
t APPLY
V. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
800 WALNUT ST.
EEB MR. SHATTUCK
OR
BTATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
1521 ARCH ST
I MR. SWARTZ
a U A R D S '
25
WANTED
No experience necessary Must be
between 25 and 45 jeara of age.
Good wages short hour flhltts.
BRINO REFERENCES
" APPLY AT
MIDVALE STEEL ORDINANCE CO.
EDDYSTONE RIFLE PLANT
EDDYSTONC. PA.
Plant employment hours Daily 7 a. m
to 5.00 p m. except Sunday. Saturday, 7
a. m. to 11 a. m.
OR
PHILADELPHIA OFFICES
Woodland avenue and Island road.
0203 Market street.
1519 Arch street
Office hours 0 a. m. to p. in. dally ex-
cept Saturday, until 12 noon. Sundav ;o 00
a. tn to 4 p m
HAMMERMAN tn run small triphammer.
K5c tier.hnllr. nprm.inent nnsltlon
M run.
Ledger Office, i
HELPERS for shipping department.
Ply 8945 Germantown ave.
Ap-
INSPECTORS with mtchine and erecting
no'. experience: flral-clais wages paid to
goon men. Apply between 7 30 and K 30
a, m. and 1'30 lo 2 3i p m., American En-
rdneerlnit Co . Plant No. 2. Wheatihcaf
ane and Sepvlva at.
HELP WANTED
. MILLWRIGHT
IRONWORKER. ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS
AIR COUNTER-SHAFT REPAIRS
STEEL BAR ASSEMBLER
IRON VALVE ASSUMBLER
TOOLMAKERS ON RAKE WORK
MACHINIST FOR BENCH LATHE WORK
WOOD AND METAL PATTERNMAKERS
MECHANICAL OPFRATORS
APPLY BETWEEN 7 '1.1 TO B P. M.
i NELSON VALVE
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
ROO.M 21, RAYMOND BLDG
5000 GERMANTOWN AVE . GTN.
OR 7 A. M TO 5 P M.
NELSON VALVE CO,
CHESTNUT HILL, PA.
JANITOR Wanted, immediately, a first
class man; Protestant, to take charge of
a moderate. sized building in the center of
the city: no night work; also porter for a
warehouse; rererences required. Address II
8411, Ledger Central
LARORERS
20(1
WANTED
ITALIANS SPANISH OR COLORED
For Production Work and Yard Work
Steady Work Good Wages
APPLY AT
MIDVALE STEEL AND ORDNANCE CO.
EDDYSTONE RIFLE PLANT
EDDYSTONE. PA.
Plant Emplovment houre Dailv. T a. m.
to ft p m . except Sundav ; Saturday, 7 a.
m. to 11 n. m
OR
1 PHILADELPHIA OFFICES
Woodland avenue nnd Islnnd road
5201 Market street
lf.in Arch street
Office hours, 0 a m, to 8 p m dally ex
cept Saturday until 12 o'clock noon Sunday,
10 a. m to 4 p m
LARORERS wanted for erecting poles dig
ging holes and. running vviria on electrical
construction work: good v. ages: steady worh
all vear round Apply Wm Foster, 1201
N 31st t
l
LABORERS
GENERAL LAROR
A NUMBER OF GOOD MEN WANTED
FOR INSIDE LABOR
J20-J24 PER WEEK
SOME HiailER-PAlD POSITIONS
FOR THE RiailT MEN
COME READY TO START WORK
PHILA. STORAGE' I1ATTERY CO.
ONTARIO AND C STS.
LABORERS
WORK IN PHILADELPHIA
APPLY TO F. COOKE
1521 ARCH
I
LABORERS AND MECHANICS
WANTEp TOR
ATLANTIC REFINING CO.
f
V S. DEPT. or LABOR
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
3D AND WALNUT STS.
F. McGOVERN
LABORERS WANTED
TO WORK AT POWER PLANT IN
CHESTER PA : 40c PER HOUR
AND TRANSPORTATION PAID
BOTH WAYS.
APPLY BETWEEN 0 A. M AND 6
P M . 70!) OTIS BLDG. 16TH AND
SANSOM STS. SEE MR. COYLE.
LABORERS
FOR CARNEYS POINT.
N, J.
1321 Altai ST,
i LABORERS, colored. Inside and outilda
, )work; steady work, good opportunity for
advancement, plant located 17 htllea from
I Philadelphia; transportation and living ex
penses advanced. Apply tomorrow morning,
between 730 and 8 30 o'cloLk only, ready
lor work 1512 Sansom St.. 2d floor.
LABORERS Steady, reliable men wanted
for outside work: first-class pay to good
men: come ready to work Apply between
7 30 and 8 30 a. m. and 1 30 Jo 2:30 p. m .
American Engineering Co , PUnt No. 2,
Whealaheaf lane and Sepvlva at
LABORERS. 20. wanted at once at Camden
Fnrgv. Camden. N. J.: pventy of overtime.
Aiply Belmont Iron Works. 2.'d and Wash
ington ave. "
LABORERS
MEN WANTED FOR CONSTRUCTION
rWORK. TRACK WORK AND FREIGHT
HANDLING; WHITE OR COI.ORBD,
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
STEADY WORK; NO LOST TIMBl BOARD
AND LODGING AND AT LEAST 12.50 PER
DAY CLEAR ADVANCEMENT FOR MEN
WITH ABILITY . '
I 41 N. 17TH IT,
(Other CnwaHed Ada en Page )
LABORERS. COLORED, roil STEADY IN
SIDE WORK: OOOD PAY. APPLY 240
W. SOMERSET. '
LABORERS; 2.
American at.
wanted. Apply 333 N.
500 LABORERS
WANTED AT ONCE
Rate 40c per hour.
Time and one-halt for overt,lmV
Free transportation to and from Phlladtt
phla, Camden and Intermediate point.
APn.Y '
33 S. lflTH ST.
(2D FLOOR). PHILA.. OR
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
MacARTHUR BROTHERS CO.
WASHINGTON PARK
NEAR WESTVILLE. N. J.
100 LABORERS WANTED
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WORK
At Bth t, and Keystone road (Bucknam
Tract). 2 blocks west of Highland ave.; near
est railroad ntatlon, Thurlovv on Pennsyl
Pvanla Railroad.
40e PER HOUR
Time and one half for all overtime orer
8 hours.
All transportation charges in excess of 103
per trip will be allowed.
APPLY
' .13 M lflTH ST.
(2D FLOOR), PHILA., OR
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
MacARTHUR BROTHERS
CHESTER (THURLOW STATION). PA.
4-
500 LABORERS WANTED
UNITED STATUS GOVERNMENT W0R
40c PER HOUR
Time nnd one. half for all "
overtime over 8 hours
ee transportation to and from Darby
, to the works.
APPLY
33 S lflTH ST.
(2D FLOOR). PHILA.. OR
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
MacARTHUR BROTHER8
1 Chester Pike. Darby. Pa. -
600 LABORERS
WANTED AT ONCE
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT WORK
On main highway (Broadway) between West
vllle N. 3 . and South Gloucester. N. J.,
nearest station South Gloucester.' on Penn
sylvania R. R. (West Jersey and Sea.hore
D1V1SI01).
40e PER HOUR
Time and one-half for all overtime orer
, 8 hours.
Free transportation
to and from Philadelphia and
intermediate points.
APPLY
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
MacARTHUR BROTHERS
SOUTH GLOUCESTER. N. J.
LABORER3
LABORERS
tOO LABORERS
40 CENTS PER HOUR
LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION
FU1NISHED
' OOOD CAMP
F. W. MARKS CONSTRUCTION CO.
BYBERRY JOB
MEET TRUCK AT BROAD it FILBERT
STS. 6:30 EVERY MORNINO
y
. 40 CENTS PER HOUR
STEADY WORK
APPLY
SCOTT PAPER COMPANY
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
FOOT OF MAR'KET ST.
CHESTER, FA.
- v LABORERS
wanted for light factory work; 30c per hi
our
to start; rapio aoyancemeni.
BECKER. SMITH PAOE
Water and Snyder ave.
LABORERS
nteded by the
DU PONT CO.
Apply
8d and Walnut at..
8. Vf. cor.
LABORERS COLORED
GOOD PERMANENT POSITIONS
APPLY' SUPERINTENDENT
SECOND FLOOR. 600 CHESTNUT ST.
LABORERS WANTED
Near center of city
Steady work
42c PER HOUR
60 hours per week
Time and half time for overtime
Good opportunity to
mako big money
for men willing to work
BAUGH 4 SONS COMPANT
Morris St. Wharf
1-Maware Rlv.r
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