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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, November 18, 1918, Night Extra, Image 17

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GOSSIP OF THE STREET
-X .qtc A rut?0 1VI A DV W
US EXPECTED SOON
Uncertainty as to Reconstruction
Period Cause of Irregularity,
It Is Believed
The cciifllotlng- opinions atnont
financiers and expert economists regard
ing Die forthcoming period of recon
struction la eald by iomo bunkers and
brokers to have Its effect on the security
.market, rind In this way they nccoilnt
for the Irregular movement of prices not
only during: the Saturday half session,
.hut during tho last week as well.
Of course, the fluctuations In ccrtnln
leading securities could be traced to
particular causes, but taking the stock
market as a whole there seemed to be
a Jack, of leadership.
Many brokers nre looking to' the
'present weeli to clarify matters, when
It will become more certain what
the Government proposes to do ,lo the
transition ot the nation from a war to
a peace basis.
As a rule not much change Is antici
pated In the prices of stocks for a lit
tle, and while new Issues of short-term,
high-yield bonds and notes nre In high
fewer at present, some of the larger
V..9 1... J . a ,(.. ........
jijf bond houses do not expect the present
4, .nigh levels for bonds can be mam--T,Pvtftlned
continuously and are locking for
f a slight decline In prices.
There Is an slmn'Jt universal feeling
In th financial district that there should
A-- IV permanent body under Clovern
mept supervision like the present capi
tal Issues cdmmltlee to pass upon all
new Issues and prevent the floating of
all kinds of -wild-cat schemes which
wlll surely, fojlow a return to peaco.
conditions One banker said either
rnich a permanent body should he Tre
ated, or the present capital Issues com
mittee made permanent for at least five
years If for no other purpose than to
protect the holders of Liberty Ttonds
from parting with thrm for worthless
securities which will be offered with .Im
possible promises of Interest earnings
by gllh salesmen
r Another hanker said he did not quite
favor the Idea of a permanent board to
pas on a'l Issues, he did hellev'e that
legislation Is badly needed to poer the
situation There are manv States, he
remarked that havo dra'tlc laws to
cover such ahuses, hut so long as other
States .lend their reputfltlons In grant
ing charters for all kinds of companies
tffpre will be wild-cat schemes hatched
by the shysters who make their living
by prevmg on their poor dupes. "Cer
tainly," ,he ssltj, "I am In favor of any
legislation to stop such business "
A well-known broker ssld ho favored
ny plan, whether through legislation or
through a permanent capital Issues com
JrfiltMrtf If It woujtt accomplish the end
Hn view. The .mtist, objectlqnable fea,
Jture ,7i 'remarked, obout the appoint
ment of a permanent committee Is the
fenormour po.wer which vyould necessnrll.v
jbe vested hvsuch'a body We havo hail
lone experience, he remarked, In the In
terstate Commerce Committee which
jcame -near wrecking our railroads, and
se .don't want a repetition.
5 Sortie argued that If the postal laws
Jwere rigidly enforced r good deal of
fthesa wild-cat schemes could be wlpad
fouf before much damare could be don.
t-Ori the whole, a majority were In favor
of continuing the' present capital Issues
icommtttee for at least another ear.
'The Plan of tnxatlon relief announced
Jb,y Secretary of the Treasury McAdao
had a favorable, effect In tho financial
idlstrlct- Whllo there Is no difference n
Sthe- total amount of taxation to be ralsei
this year from that contained In ih
JSenate bill there was considerabln hatls
Sfactlon, expressed that the levy fo next
fyear vvlll be aLOno.nno.noo, or two-thirds
JctT, ,ha proposed for the current yetr
vThe suggestion that the taxes- be paid
lip, fobr Instalments Instead, of one lump
Isum was a subject for general congratu
lation. Some bankers In this city re
jinlrked some timo ago that several cor-vpoj-atlonS
as well as private individuals
Jvere.i obliged to borrow money to meet
jthelr taxejs.
? In cdnnectlon with the recent violent
jfluctuatloqi in the stocks of the Inter
jnatlonnl Mercantile Marine and the ru
Imors hoth ofllclal nnd nonofficlnl which
Jhave bce)' published the New York Sun
Jitays:
f The sevTerlty of the decline in Inter
national lercantllo Marine preferred
jcaused' much unfavorable comment In
hthe fln'inolal district, and it would not
,$be surprising If the matter was brought
. jbefpre Jtrio governing committee of the
NiV- York Stock Exchange with a re
5qut'that It b.e) made the subject of an
Jlav'isrteatlcri. ' It Is true that nothing
ihaaVpfliri .heard about the Investigation
Jot tha 'transactions in Mexican Petro
Jleum' by. the exchange authorities, but
sins. erratic fluctuations of Marine shares
(and'the- fifty-seven varieties of stories
' that have been circulated at different
Jtimea to account for the breaks and ad
'vances In the shares seem to warrant
isome curiosity hy the exchange, accord
ilng'to brokers who hao the best Interest
of the exchange: at heart. Investigation
Of the Marine transactions and the ru
mora that 'have accompanied each wide
.fluctuation In the prico of the shares
8hqija be .an easy matter In view of the
fact 'that a- member of the rcvmlni
i committee Is a member of tht board of
jnircciorB ot me international Mercantile
"Marine Company.
Ii The Information In the last narncmnh
this not been generally known ln flnan-
rlnl .Ictlrx, In fttln nit.. ' '
Jl ' ,
J .1
.K Comptroller of trfo Currency J. s.
IWllUams Speaks confidently nf tv,. ov.n.
I 4ty pt tha bank8 to meet economic con-
,r.v.v.. w.w c. "w v. tuo cessation
10f hoetllltles. He says: "The firm hnid
Jwhlch the Government found; it neces
jkary to take to prevent runaway mar
jkets for tho necessities "of life and for
lhe raw materials needed In industry
ipiay now be exercised In a conservative
tnd healthy way to establish a reason
iable equilibrium and to prevent destruc
(tive and sudden movements, which some
Hlrrreo in the past havo precipitated -pan-jjes.
There Is np reason why thjs coun
Ary need fear such commercial revolu
tions or financial crises as those through
jwhlch we have passed In the earllor
yeap nt our l)lst,ory.
'''"Trte agricultural, mining- and In
.duslrlai, activities of this country are
enjbylpg-.ganarully phenomenal prrrper
.'ItyRnd from a,fnanclal standpolnt'bur
, banks are today stronger and better
T6ble to cope with s,ny situation which
may -arise than they have; ever been In
'the past.
,$ "We have raised -In the last eighteen
months nearly J 18.000,000,000 from the.
VBale ofyLlberty Bonds, and yet the de
(jposlts of our. ,natlonal banks ioday are
;avejral billion dollars moro than they
rWere betdre we attempted to place the
inrst Liberty Loan."
BRITISH STEAMSHIP LOST
I , :
-vSearcHerg Find No Trace of Caisapedia
1 ( nd Crew of 28
New York, .Nov. J8, No trace has
vbeen found of the British steamship
fftaeeapella, reported PY wireless to be
t-Tounderlng off tho coast of Newfound
nana, it was'announced at the offices of
the Federal Line here today.
Since the receipt of a radio message
'fc BL .John, N. , B., from the Cassa
badlui stating that the vessel was sink
Mng, the "company has failed to trace
..the steamer. It Is believed that she
Wias sunk with her crew of twenty-eight
5m en.
s The Caisapedia .left New York on
November 7. Captain George Williams,
J.of Staten UlRHd,- la ln charge. The
' Ss'eaaal made stops at Boston and Hall-
Max and was last heard of proceeding
jtujsi the-North Atlantic It la not known
i n nw many rncenaers avers aooaro.
, , Th"Cassapcd!a was a. vessel of 18)5
'"-- ' ? " 'i- - "- f h
BUSINESS CAREER
OF PETER FLINT
A Story of Salesmanship by
Harold Whitehead
fCopvrtgnf)
Jlr. Whitehead irlli answer your bvtfitcss
Quratfon on buulno, arltlnp. nditrflslnp and
employment. Ask iour Questions clearly and
pica oil the facts. Your correct some and
lull address muat be pivot lo all Inautrt'i.
Those uti'ci etc anontmoUt must be ignored,
Amiens to technical nutations U'fll be sent
bv mall. Other ouealloits will be nnawrrrd
In tlila co.'i.mii. The most iiifrrrslliia pros
Irma 0 liiijulrrra win be u 01 pit luio flic aloru
ot I'eter Fit it. '
CCXLVII
LL daj yestcrdaj It rained rained.
-ti vi
hen I woke un In the morning It!
was pouring In torrents and It kept up ,
alt dav lnna I
."y ',.... ... ... I
Vn.. Ann I.... .H. .. U . r 111 '
you cap Just Imagine what I.eevllln
I'ark looked like nnd what we all looked 1
te nnd what we all looked j
returned I got soaking I
efore we had been there 1
by the time I gft back
r I was cold, wet, shl-
like when wc returned I got soaking I
wet through b
an hour and
to Mr Samper
erlng and miserable,
Mrs. Pamper, good soul. Insisted on
my having a drink of whisky, nnd sent
me to bed. In spite of the et day,
however. Frnscatl and two of his nals
'turned up, to glu the land the O. O.
I .
once more
We tramped over Leevllle Park, the
ground oozing and squashing beneath
OU'OeV,!'' I thought, "If I were bu.vlng
land. Ttl buy some here on a day like
.hi, nn,
n.it l( ,1l,ln-i. .rm t fo.-.o them n
bit
tt Thai, tnr lrfw,t ,-Vl 1 M . WJI B-frl n tT BWaV I
....... .,.. ..,.. x. .,.-.. -" -
,. Ttnll.n l.ii. ..ot thev urn tnv n
I
I don't know and I don't care, but!
.. ..-......, w..v - '. . . ...
do wish I could have felt as cheery as Catholic War Councl . with K of t
thev seemed I War f'-tmp Community Service. Jew-
mc seemea , T, Ish Welfare Hoard, American Library
Zelgler hrtd a ical big grouch on " I As,Q(.latIoil aml SnIvnt,on Arn,Vi
seemed he had about half n dozen peo- ..Tllp ,N(sff p0ev for a united cam
plo to whom 'he hoped to sell quite a lot palp,,, which has been adopted b the I
of land, but the weather was so bad patriotic men who nre directing the
..... ....... .i'.i.... ,.. ..n cn nil t hnrS I v r Ir.iifl firitnn I za t tons chftreed with tho
wn. nn th tr-iin irnlnir down was Lee, welfare of our fighting forces, haa my
was on the tram going nown was , hearts approval," said Mr. Lansing.
Zelgler and my crowd j "While they, acting separately, have
Coming back, Lee tried to close a ,)( and would continue to do splendid
rwitraet tvlth Tragllo. and he got real work, combination will greatly add to
peeved when Kracatl called him off. 1 their efflc'tney and usefulness I am
"Look-a-hefe Mr Lee," Frnscatl said, ure thitt the American peoplo will give
"I've tried mv best lo sen if we can to the united effort the same support
i f,.i.. .ni ,, hut .If wn buv 'which thev c.tvo In the past to the sp
do business with ou j ,,f w" arate organizations. It is enough tn
nn.v of your land we ve got to bu t h Jg fof our acrogs) th(.
In our own good time. Now, Mr. Hint, Uca."
here. Is looking after us In great shape" , '
T.re tried to launh It off. but as I , .- - -
saw It looked l'ke they were getting mad i
at each other. I asked Frascati to come
with me to the smoking car. Ae were i
all so wet and miserable that If Lee and
Frascati got together much there would
he one trlorious scran. You don't feel
particularly cheeVy when jour clothes
ooze water
When we got to the Crnnd Central
Station we all parted, feeling just
about ns cheeiful as a (lock of wet hens
The trolleys on Forty-secortd street
were all crowded, so I deo'ded to walk
up to Broadway and take an uptown
car from there.
I had Just crossed Fifth avenue when
I heard some, one tay
Hello dearie 1 How are you to
night?"
.-.. ...... ... ...I.....!..'. tn nnv
Weil 1 limit t IPei lltrtl IC W ....,,-
body, so I looked round sort of peeved
and saw that it was Flossie.
Hello. Flojsle," I snld "What aro
jou doing out In the wet?"
well." she said, 'im wonting up a
good, healthy appet'te "
well I was so mad at crvuir.ix inai
I couldn't be nice to her. I knew she
w.as trying to hold me up fi.r a feed, so
I said. snnpp-iiKe:
"Well, you've got to gft somebody
cite to feed you tonight "
One thing led to another till she finally
fi.tred un: "Oee, If I'd-a known nu
was uch a cheap skate I'd-ii had noth
ing tor do. with er' Goodnight!"
And arte flounced up Fifth avenue whllo
I walked on toward Broadway
Believe me, I'm rather glad tb be
through with that bunch of skirts
I stumbled on to a bully good little
Idea for selling today When I went to
put on my shoes this morning I found
that they wero so wet that It was
Impossible to put them on. I had one
other pair of shoes, but thjy wero at
the shoemaker's being repaired. There
was only one' thing for me to do, and
that was to hit out for a ne-v pa.r, su
I wore wet ones to the store, bought
a, new pnlr and left the wet ones to be
dried and repaired.
Whllo waiting for a salesman, I
couldn't help noticing a clever little stunt
which a salesman att"ndliig tj a swell
dame you know tho kind of woman I
mean, the kind that always has to have
the rjght thing for ovn-y purpose the
kind who would feel ostracised from her
swell tftrclo If she didn't dine In the
right kind of gown. Well, the salesman
had got the kind of hhocs she wanted,
but she complained that they didn't fit
her One shoe was tnj tight, while tho
other was too loose. Of course. I spotted
j,ho reason at once her feet weren't a
pair. One foot was larger than th
other. The salesman got oh to It, too,
but did he say that one foot was larger
than the other? Not so's you'd notice it.
What he said was: "It's a little awk
ward to fit you, madame, for while your
left foot Is very small, your right foot
Is even smaller."
Francis laughed when I. told him about
It, i'nd Mid. that" the salesman was onto
his Job. "A good plan In selling," he
said, "Is always to assume t.iat every
thing Is good, but what you have Is a
llttlivbetter" and I guess he's lght at
that.
-TODAY'S UUHINKRM EPIGRAM
3r the viewpoint of the buyer.
"vVhitt does this mean to YOCT
CONCRJ FOR GRIP NURSES
Art Alliance to Cive Entertainment To
night nt 1823 Walnut Street
The Art Alliance will give an enter
tainment this evening at 1823 "Walnut
street. In honor of the nurses who aided
In fighting tho intluema epidemic in this
city.
lire. imuel Woodward is chairman
of the committee In charge. An account
of the' heroism of the nurses will be
given by Miss Marlon Smith, superinten
dent of the University of Pennsylvania
Hospital. . .
Everything presented at the entertain,
ment will be the creation of the perform
ers. Miss Adellna Pattl N'oar, accom
panied by Stanley Musehamp. will sing
songs written by Mrs. Clifton Maloney;
Miss Evelyn A Hemphill, planlste, will
play ler own compositions; Miss Anna
Plummer will read a sketch, ehe wrote
especially for the occasion, and Miss
Louise Olfford will repeat the dance with
which she won her membership ln the
Art Alliance.
BUILD' NEW STANLFA" SOON
Contracts for $2,000,000 Theatre, de
layed by War, to Be Let
Contracts will be let as soon as condi
tions warrant for the .2,000,000 new
Stanley Theatre, to be built at the south
west corner of Nineteenth and Market
streets, It was announced today by Jules
F. Mastbaum, president of the Stanley
company.
Plans for the building were drawn tvv'O1
years ago, but work was put off because
ot tho war. Now that the restrictions on
bulkllngH have been lifted, these plans
nre being brought up to date. ,
Tha new theatre will have all the
latest appllandos. There will be no
stairways, all balconies being1 ap
proached by Inclines. An Innovation
will be a roof garden. The theatre Is
designed to seat 4000 persons,
Find Alan Dead in Cell
Mlcha! Ttehrlnar. fortv. nf Third and
Stamper sheets, was found dead yester -
SS5 IUcranitrBe,aro..,.tStlIon? He" had' J rj .? ! "ft ;",
been arrested on Saturday on a cliarjeLpd'advX.m,"',fornJlg.t Vl'I. S.$s.'
or disorderly conijnnU lea,..,lWl, Arii cU. first flaot. V
Sector opposes iEtacY
Make Germans Prove Repentant,
Urges' the Rev; P. E. Osgood
The Germans should prove repentant
before the victorious Allies relax In se
verity toward'them. declared the Hev.
Phillips n Osgood, rector cf the Church
of the Mediator, Fifty-first and Hpruco
streets. In a sermon yesterday
Whllo gratlttrdo for the letor he
said, should fill our hearts, wo should
lake care In dealing with the conquered
people to guard ngalnst too murh senti
mentality "Mercy nnd forbearing toward a de
feated foe." continued Mr Osgood. "hne
their places, but I find nowhere In the
Scriptures the Injunction to forgive our
enemies until they have proved their
repentance The time In which the
Germans have hud to do this It hrli-r.
!'ut ' a,'" tuntl to say that In that time
ll would seem they are curbed onl by
might, nnd only as that might threaten..
""H'l'l UIUI Ulll. MH lll.tl llllKIU I II TFII ll'Jl
.heir weakness will ihcv rem.iln in
suhledtlon I
suhjedtlon
"Sternness, If not harshness, toward
''"' violators ot Belgium should be our
rr' "ll ,h?" '5.r.lns ,torth flts fit for
evldenco that the minds of that people
"Sternness, If not harshness, toward
hnve changed before we enn afford ni n
muttei of ethics nnd safety to ourselves
tt treat them In the same way ns wo
do our friends "
LANSING BACKS WAH WORK
Secretary of Slale Approve: Campaign
for V""'U ow ln Trogrcs.
, Hearty Indorsement was given today
by Itobert Lansing. Secretary of State,
I'" .'".' "'"."-V ""' """" i"r:"b . . "i
a statement urging support of the drive
... . m r, r n n ,. - - .. .. . , .. ' Tt
jur ai iii,ouu,iiuu i't inr continuation ,
;.f .irf'. A,I onll,, ..,,! ,.l l,
' :'"v "" " .:w:. . ' "" v. :
the V M C A, Y W. C A, Nntlbnal
MISS MARTIN A NURSE
Judge", Daughter to I ml rue I Girl 5rout
to Teach Soldiers
i. ,. .... -..-.it.. .,n..i.. na .
,..'':B .'' l;?" tUU4i V,."": Vr
"l.l.r tVIIU ..5t U ., ...IC. ......
Chestnut Hill, todiy entered the Phlla-
delphla Hospital as a student nurse ln
the course of occupational therapy Sho
will attend classes nt UU-ckley once u
week
Mlsf Martin nlo Is receiving instruc
tion In handicrafts at the School nf In
dustrial Art and the School of Design
for Women
M'ss Martin, who Is AsiisUnt cnnimis
sloped of the Olrl Scouts of Philadel
phia, plans to Instruct Olrl Scouts In
the work of teaching dlrabled soldiers
useful crafts hv which thev may cam
a living nfier being returned home from
sloner of the Olrl Souts of Vhlladel-
i More than mty scouts aireanv nnve
I'slgnlfVed nn Intention of enlisting under
, riou Mnrtin tn nrciinatloiial work Their
efforts w(ll Include giving instruction In
weaving, bookbinding, pottery making
and decoration
At'TJ'MN RESORTS
ATIAVTir CITY. N. J.
HOTEL B0SC0BEL " AA,J,'.
open ThorouahlV eat ed Itlkt A E Marlon
VXL.t.:nar Ky av. nr Dch Kiev tost.
Westminster t.rV, i.mha. runnlnr water
JtS-BO up wkly , 2.."ll up Jally. Chaa. nuttre.
OLD POINT COMFORT. V.t.
Convalescent from Induenin nnd Pneumonia?
Conjpleto retovery haattned b) th. Sea and
Sun at
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA.
trn4.1 Phflmherlin
Swlmmlna Pool. polf. Sf Vi
PeafoMlCulalne. Lvery ',l
&s
Luroptan .";!' .
Trealmont V ,rlto
(IEO. U.ADAMS. Mr.
mn a ,, Manrns fl..
.. . r"r.,rV,.';..toA at Cook'a 2J.1
SlSs
Chfamui
(HORTHAND,
IN
30
SYSTEM
tDAYS
THE BOYD SYSTEM
Tonch TrpoSrltlnit and co --
Philn. School cf Office Training
. aa anal- rikaainur
I.OUr liioi.. lain
I.OCU.t 1863
siionTHAND AND DOOKKEEPINfl
Our cra'lua" . arc In conatant demand C.onl
?..in poaltlona await you Oree Short
n.nd tfi? "aiy? fPMdy av.tem. Complete
Sfa-ht claaaea Mntemlv tralnlne
nlgni ci" c . or write
for full partlcilnra and cataloar
rillLA. IHIHINKSj; COM.BC.E
nnd Collea-r nf Commerce
10PI rhcatnut St.. Philadelphia.
Strayer's Business College
rhlladrtphta' Greateet Dnalnraa School
Expert teachera. Modern equipment. Indi
vidual advancement. Chances moderate. Po
sition guaranteed. Day and Night Clistei
lion atudenta now attending. Knroll now.
am Cncatnnt Street. Phone Walnut SKI.
Palms Business College "ii,-
Day it Evening. Rookkeeptna-. Civil Qervlca.
Eecretarlal. Touch Trpcwrltlny, l.naiub.e
tttena tne Dtat,
elect patronaga.
Individual Inatructloo.
Phone Rnruc IBM
PRIVATE LESSONS Languages. Mathe.
matlca. EnBllah; Elements of Authorship a
aneclalty. Mlaa Wlldman. 11130 Rare
Spanlah-Amerlean Hrhool. 1841 Cheatnut.
I-nrn rreneh ami Porica K ti" tront.
DEVON. PA.
r rvTnw A School for Olrla
Devon Manor n huiMinss. ia acres
Hoarding "and Day Depta. Cataioa; Mlaa
r'rilTH HANSOM, Principal. DEVON, PA.
nNCINfl
$S private Dancing m"o.nb $5
The PORTISROZ srilOOL. Sllrrorrd Stndloa
1880 f heatuilt St. DSv b Eve Locuat 311U
A TEACIIKIt FOR EVEBV Pl'I'IL
Hpeclal Ratea for Men In Uniform
APPOINTMENTS made for private dancing
lesaona with expert teacher II frill, led
ger Central
1.0ST And found.;
IIAO Loat, small pink satin bag, containing
Jewelry , lipcrai rewaru t-n ppruce oioo
DIAMOND Lost. Wedneaday nlsht. Nov. 18.
one solitaire diamond English rlnr. between
Mcuovvan'a Cafe and Uroad and Cheainut
ata.; fliSg stamped J. E. C. 4 Co,., q-40jo,
reward. Return to J. E. Caldwell 4 Co.,
Juniper ana v neatnuc sis
BCAUF-'-Loat, Saturday evenlnr at Npruco
and 20th or Hroad near Spruce, Hudson
aeal scarf Finder kindly return same to
220 S. 10th at. and receive reward.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
ALTERATION HANDS
EXPERIENCED ON DRESSES
AND WAISTS
APPLT BVREAU OF EMPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER'S
ASSISTANT A, largs company requires an
assistant ""In lha office to take ears of
telephone .orders: a permanent position nt
s. good aalary with assured promotion It
work Is 'satisfactory. Ask for .Mlaa Zings),
'jgg w. Cheiten ave.,' o.rmantnwn
ScrTAD llippnCCg ncfal'fcMPV
ITRAYMORE atlanticcity
I ADRLD'S GREATEST H0TELSUCCKS
X
KDI'CATIONAT. .
Both Seiea
CfcC wANTED-JEMALE V I
THE AuMIHTll-B v I I It iir,niAr I i
WIlVl. NOT 'MEAN IlEniTCTION IN THE I
il.'..'!i..MJk.iic'ni-tiTv.VTltriyiC nt.
the .AnHimAmUv?E.5MSX
ERATOns. 1
' the, reconstruction .PEmph
AFTElt TJIE WAIl WII.Ii nniNo wiok
F.XPANNION IN TUB TBIJSritONE IN.
PUSTRV,
wavT A PPnVIAWNT PEACE-
SlfihT. A ritMA.i..-L imu,
l'IU.T
no tou
TIME POSITION
PROMOTION AMP APVANrisilBi 1
HAl"nT IS I rEnTAINV NO EXPKRIENCB
IS I'.KQUIRKI).
,,,,,..,, ,,..
rASClNATINI WORK AMONO CARE-
1'L-i.i.r chosen associates
. . ... ...
i
5 P. M. ANY WEEKDAY ,
APPI.T 0 A M TO
mil Arch at Mla It tan
Id W Chelltn ve. Mlaa Klngol
4 Id Market at. Mlaa Smith
SO E. 6th at . Cheater. Pa. Mtas Rcllls
A NEW HMPt.OTMENT OFFICE AT MTtt
AND CHESTNUT STS OPEN DAT AND
EVENINO I) A. M TO ft'30 P. SI. MISS
DONOHUE.
THE PELL TEI.F.ntl-lN'C COMPANY OP
PENNA.
HINDERT UsperUnced hln Dunlap Print.
tng Co . Junlpar and Cherrv ata
BOOKKEEPER TIIR Pltlll.lG t.BDOnn
COMPV.NY DF.SIRKS THP) SERVICES
or a yoi'No wnvtvN in the accovnt.
lvn nr.panTMtcvT pi.tiahan'T st!R.
ROHNDINOS AND AN AS1HRED Ft'TURE
vaf- riii th nitti'V niittt tr t pnnFn
ASKFOR MR. P11K K, ri'lll.lf . I.KUUl.lt
titvii'A'sv si.x-ri
HI AN CHESTNUT STB
BOOKKEEPERS AND CLERKS
ALSO TYPISTS
APPLY BUREAU Of EMPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER, S
CASHIERS
WANTED
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY
APPLY EMPLOYMENT RUREAU
LIT ItROTIIERH
cTTAllI).RMVl)i tThTTn Cithollcr"mldillc.
aad 'J In ftmlh rcfa ,T H42 Id Cant
CLERICAL HELP WANTED BY A HIGH
CLASS MANUFACTUIIINO PLANT
Younp woman for shop offlco
Oil I for nilng nnd malllnx
Olrl for ma-aanacr aarvlca
Thla offers nn opportunity to learn clerical
work. Muat be piat in eara of age
LANSTON MONOTYPE .MACHINE COM-
1 A . J
54th and Iicuat Sta
CI.TCnK Th Bccountln dpurlmtnt of the
Pnhlte I-rdeer ComPHnv r1en1rn the mrv-
irpf. or icaerr rifrK wk ior jir iric.
Public Ttlger rompinv. ftth & Chyat nuta ts .
CLERK. '-.1 ear nf njrp, ixpprlence'1 In tivu
eral office work and In operntlnc type
wrltT nnd rornptomftfr Apply Louis Wnl
Ihor Mfg. Co IQftQ Kensington ne
CLRRK wanted, nn familiar with central
office work Apply William Foster. 1C0S
N Slut nt
TLERKP AND TRACERS
FOR BUREAU OP ADJUSTMENT
APri-Y RUREAU QV EMPLOYMENT
, WANAMAKER'S
COOK experienced, wantel. reference re
qulrrsl Apply Y W C A Cafeteria,
Allnton. Pa .
COO Kl NCI ai.d dounBtalm work, white, small
famllv, no vvashtn? or Ironlngj good Magen.
a 121 Mtdvale i . Quern Lane. Pr (Un.U'H
COOKINO nnd downaiatr work; small fam.
lly. reference 3J2" roelton ae . ncilr
pprlna- Garden wt j ,
DIUSHaSMAKER .want? nra nnd waist fin
isher, short hours, pood salary 13ul Lo.
punt at
DUESMAKEIT"' wants first. i'lava waist
trimmers ano flnlihrw 1JV17 Hprure.
DRESSMAKER, wants waist hands and
sleeVe hnds Applv ITtOtf Loemt
DRESSMAKERS
EXPERIE.N'CUD ON DHESSES WAISTS
APPLY UUREAU OP E.MPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER S
"IllCTAPIIONK operator one wlio haa had
pap elate aalarv "I'-n. i 11 mix ;i4tt
r)IRHVAMIi:it
APPLY nUHKAU OF KMPLOYMn.VT
VVANAMAKElra
FEMAl.K OPF.HATOriS
The .llajht machine, work In our plant Is
very'faaclnatlnc lo our women employee
Why not try It 7
Your earnlnsa after two weeka .training
hould aver aire frtJm.H to J per day. (Wo
pay you vvhlla learMinjr.),
1. 30O women wanted. 1R to aTi yra. of are.
2. A iteam-heated plant.
3. We have Hospital and Kuracs.
4 Matron. In charge
r. Hoarding- houiea for fmalo vvorkera.
fl. Largs Cafeteria for women
Special train service from Philadelphia
Special 10-trlp tlckela Philadelphia to KJ
dystone. f 1. SI. 8 month limit.
FOn rUP.THER INFORMATION- APPI.T
MIDVALE' STEEI. 4 OHDNAMCE CO.
EDDYfSTONn UIFI.E PLANT,
Eddj atone, Tj,
Oil
PHILADELPHIA OFFICES
1311 Arch at. (Mlas Kurz)
210 South 17th st.
5M3 Market at (Sir. Handrickal
N, W. cor. 9th and Paschal) a.
(Mr. Moorev)
' 141S Federal at. (Mr. riechiier)
ami. for general houaework and cooking
tu apartments for family of 3; no washing;
sleep In; referenco reuulNd. Apply Bnoo
Spruce at. apartment .No., 1. Phono Bel-
mont S372 W. ,
OIRL Experienced second Blrl, white; good
vasea. good honve 2111 I Sedgwick at .
Mt Airy. Phone Cheatnut Hill 67l. Take
Oermantown ave car.
' I
OIRLS 14 TO 18 TEARS; SCHOOL
PRIVILEGES : GOOD. WAOES;
RAPID ADVANCEMENT. PECKER
SMITH t PACJE. WATER AND
BNTDER AVENUE.
OIRLS AND WOMEN
Wanted on work for the Government In
assembling, tapping machines, iiovrer rresa,
footpfeaa, screw machines and pips thread
ing; department of the II. T, Palate 4 Co ,
82d and Arch ats Apply to cither U. 9. Km
plojment Offices, 210 S, 17th St.. 9 to 10
a. m . or 1311 Arch at.. 10 to 11'30 a. m
Bring this ad and ask (or Mfa. llobeon.
OIRLS, 14 TO IT
GOOD OPrORTUNITT FOR BUSINESS
CAREER
APPLT BUREAy OF EMPLOTMENT
WANAMAKER'S
'iw,;.
V 'i
mCL? WAfaBP-gEaAEE 1
Qinr.8 wsnted for ifermanent peitltlona
ul which will continue after. th rr with
mithkat wltef:'lernri rn msks plain and
nrtlatla (laaatraro for medical nurpoim In
pleaaant and rcnnH.urrounillna minimum
aalary f 12 rr. waelt tp aurti Increaae ac.
cordlnar to ability end opportunity to work
"n riec totk wnn oonua Plan APPiv n
Vil jjr?r .'"." 'i" vwuu iuu a
K Mulford Co , olenoM.n. Pa or U
mravmra Office.
tnc l w
QIKLB WANTED experienced and lesrncra,
in aiiKaprpanina Mna oiner nparimcnii
rlnirtmrnlii
steady norki caacntl.l war Indualry. coed
..e.. Apply Orl.wold Worsted Co Darby
OinLs. IB yenrs of u nr nvar: llaht ma"
chine worki experience not nccaaaarv
rermancnt position, iroiid pay while laarn-
' .ns J1".'.'". sccnnllns to proficiency. Apply I
F Modre. -!t(n IUc at. .
UI1RI.S wantad. 14 to Irt vVara old. to make '
thrniaaltCH uaful ahout mnmi mnni fin. TT
i"riunnv ror Rntanccmeni. it. r. Jatreea.
Ug Cha.lnut at Plllla . Pa. j
ji.ild.H untiled tu.clcllvcr teicsrams all parta
1 or rltv. sood piy: short hoiira, no Sunday
'.or.k Se Mr. Chamliera, Waatcrn Union
M rhealnut
wjiRrs-;ir-..nT-r. .'. -, .srv.i.. ...
.. .... ir .. - . : . ' .;. -. --
aihuol. for Hsht work In newspaper offlra
fiZ c"' Editor, fourth flijor. UU Cheat-
. u... .' '.."L: .. ".": " r""T- ,v'
jtllftm to acw tuahlona nu chnlTa''
Apply
" j'ir. iiraniini, ,'tt M run at
"'.".'.'? nleil to Inapect In dcllvarv "AppIv
L-14 i'halnut at
HAND SEWERS
APPI.T ni'REAU OF EMPLOYMENT
WANAUAKER'S
LADlKs fnr piecework, transferrin,:: pal
tenia takan hom, faaclnutlrR ork
SlgrM1.' Murket
LAUNDRY
KXPLRIENCEO HELP In FLAT WORK
DEPARTMENT
M.SO TANCY 1RONT.R
APPI.T 130S FII.RERT ST
LAUNDRY
PNCY. IRONERS
PPLY llni flt.RERT ,r.
MARCEL WAVERS AND
MANICURISJ
APPLY BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT
WA.VAJIAKER'H
MEhSKNOER OIRI.s'in cnra or over fo-
meaaencrr aervlro In the nfflte of a manu
fartUrlni nlant (hi. nnalllnn l.nit. linger
training to clerical work III hualneaa office
Ltnaton Monop. Machlna Company I'lth .
pod Locust atre.ta '
MILLINLRS- flr.t claaa ...anted tho.. a. i
cuatonied to heat work only need applv i
13JO Wnlniit . !
MOTHERS HELPER, fake car.) of child .1 i
veara old nnd llaht chnm1erwork iiiMrl I
ment Rran1 wood Hotel 4130 Parkald. nv.
Nl'RPF.MMD h'le licallhv. rxperlenced '
not Herman i MM 2t4 years old Infant
1 weeka O.rmaotnwn until lanuary 1 then
-vew tnrk poon wairfa, referent c P .110
i eocer utnee
OPERATOR -
Lll llt- L'l.k.i. KI11I.. ...-k.l I
nnrrjftnr nr t n.Kt. rhrlbtlan HUrv in1.. '
' t,rt ",?, ,r"'r WClk Applv In person. 335 1
. ?2??yr? Jiuin ' i
PAPlin Itnxfts To llm.e of our clrla ca- i
, . n . . -. . .
vr mib roller irom wnfrnnifnt work w : , V ' ; """ -- a-i-v-viu.
ran kI" omplom"tu nn botrn nfrd-d for T . " '-engcr ir.ic
S nrnn mcdlcnl mipplv Urpnt Wa1tr V I ASSItfl A.NT to hlnpor. ..pl A If siik
Miliar ("n 4."i2 YnrK nf . betwpfii 4th hii.1 i It Cn M4 l.ml.nw Kt
rithl.r'my.Nfthf ATTC.NDANTsS """
SAMIfiWOMAN In fur and tailor -csUbltab-
mwnt Apply 1 Sl! Walnut.
SALEsWOMEN
rou suith- rnEspr:s and oownb
alpo sevcrai, oTiinn ni;r.viiTM.;NTs
APn.Y i.um:Ar or njirnoviiENT
AVANAMAKniVS
8KAMSTRKPH tn dn Mwinv st StHt Hon.
pltal AHntowri Pi Apply L. .? Em
p!omnt Of Mr 11 1 Arch t . Monday,
fro n 1 1 lo 12 n m
filaK STRi:nKRH cxprttnprd nnd learn
orw pteady work rntlHl war Iniluittry.
food vflfoji Apply Orlswold Worsted Co.
Uirbv Jpx
STrf.VOORArHEU and bookkeeper n7at"
r.refuL arrurMe. alert ouiiff ladv as aa
jiUtant hnokkeenr and ncretflr to arrount
nnt nf mannfaeturinir nlant (n a lieallli and
prtrrtle N J suburb Rateman Mfr. Co
PTKNOORAPTIER -Splendid opporfunltv for
Al .ntenojrranhir nnd dfctaphone uperntor
About 2.T era of c. on whn chm nulif
nn aecretary and has c-nrral knoulpdpi of
off Ice ynrk T 702 T.Mgv f rntral
STITNOORAPfinFt, one who i experl-nr4d
and arruatomed to taking rapid dlrtntlon
exinllent npportunlty Ntnte salary t-xnected
"T 1.1 ' P O Box 344,
STB.NOORPH1CR-HOOKKKI;PKR to nratxt
o-ner. Fm.iH ofpee. permanent position
irond opnorlunltv App nt oinf, Oenrc-
Ifourk arm Otla Rldg "
STKNOORAPHKR nd typltt experienced:
waws 1R Wllllftm, Ilrnnn A. Karle
In. IMS rhmtnut st '
TEN'OGRArHKRS
QUAUFIiy) FOR HIOH-QRADR WORK
ArPJ.Y UURHAU OF HMPLOTMEXT
WANAMAKER f .
TAII.OHS wanted for egp. viork on ladtea'
coafa nlao helncra Applv 1301 Xocuat at.
TKAdlircilR Men and nrnnm fnr !,,. nt
beat eatirlea in cnllezea. htrrh arhnnla nnA
nndea Notional Teachera' Aeency, 327 work In manufarlurlnir plant In a healthy
Perry nldg and attrrnrtlve New leraej auburb. Hate.
TKI.BPHONP. oi'EHATOn wanted on pri I ItPJ-Mf" r" "reniocis y t
vate branch cxclianae one wllh Bell tele. UOOKKCEPER: muat h. flrat-claaa doubl
?525"Jrin 't": Prn'rrcd Applv Wm. Foater, ' entrj bookkeeper and a hunter.- one with
l.ns n .uat al ! knowledge Qf eualneerlnFt and contrnctlnir
Tyi'IHT YOt'NO WTlT WITH SOVH I'lialnfas preferred, liut not laxentUl: per.
rv.u l.r.uir, ie qir.MiiiKrVl'Hr KOH
n.r.nirAi. work
STEADY
POSITION
rou ro.MPr.TKST
I.r. IK1BR OFFICE
PERSON
ii IilU.
WAITRESSES. WHITE. POR
I'OINrr.Il AND FLOOR WORK
APPLY IlfREAU OP EMPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER'S
WAITRES'SES Iwentvflv flraKlaaa wait
reseea v anted bv a hlali-claaa winter re
aort hotel In Florida, faro paid 1 mv 3
r frencea reoulrvd For further partlcu
lara addreat M .Vl) Leda-er Office
WANTED Comptometer operatore muat
hav. at leaat two cars' experience, bo
rapid and uccurate t
MERCHANT SHIPBUILDING CORP . AOT
U 8 Shlpplna Hoard Emeruencv Fleet Corp
13TH 4 RACE HI RESTS. PHILADELPHIA
Or Plant Employment Office. Harrlman
Or Nearest U. 8 Employment Office
WOMEN TOR PART TIME DURINO THE
NOON AND AFTERNOON HOURS FOR
SEI.LINO AND OTHER LINES OF CON
OKNIAL WORK.
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY
APPLY BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER'S
WOMEN for packing
244 rt nth al
Apply Mr .Mera
WOMEN TOR BOTH LIOHT I HEAVIER
WORK, ELEVATOR OPERATING, STOCK
ROOM,-WRAPPERS AND SHEET
WRITER!?
APPLY BUREAU OF EMPI.qYMENT
WANAMAKER'S
WOMEN TO DO BUSHELINO
ON MEN'S CLOTHING
APPLY BUREAU OF F.MPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER'S
WOMEN
middle aged, as laundry attendants wait
reaaea and chambarmalda; state Hnapltal.
Allentown. Pa Applv; U. 8 Emplojment
Office, J8U Arch St Monday, from 11 a. m.
to 12 noon
YOUNO LADY wanted to do tracing In
drafting room; muat ba willing to ocerato
a photo-stspe mschlne. Apply Wm, Foster
120 N. Hist at
TOUNO WOMAN to answer telsphone and
sastat In offlcet no experience necessary!
certain sdvancement If successful with work,
See Miss Donohue, S, K. 67th and Chestnut
ata , second floor.
TOUNO WOMAN. IS to SO, ,to take orders
by telephone! no experience required; cour
trsy and pleasantness of voice will mean
rapid advancement. Ste Miss Smith. 409
UMltst St. 4 . .
KELP WANTED-FEMALE I
TOUNO WOMEN. OVEP- 11
in.uta or aoe. 'for
CAsim:ns and iNSPnrTons
APPl.T IHTtEAV OP r.MPI.OY.MF,NT
WANAMAKER f
, .- ..-r-.-:-t.. ... .- .
"' .,. . i. "" ii"inrlrf.Mnir.nSii
,lu",n ;, 'jfr - T7"S
Rt SI.VRWN StlllVtl I" TO HIS Land Tltl-
HnoK'PKRB Its.lsn sTU.vns lis j:.
r U'A"'-B OFFlri WriMEN Kpar e dapt
HELP WANTED MALE
mitiVvi.k sri:i:i, ap nnnvw r. in.
EDDTSTONn RIFI.E PLANT
Eddtalon. Pcnna
Work In tour .hlrt .1..... nnrln, ih.
ulntar tnnnth. I,. .... v.-..- 7 1.. ,n einrr tin lor Ol aiup Department loc.l-
flat ... M?rt t. .n..,UV."T. i H '..i.i. 'ion 30 mllra from I'hllad.lrhla In ton nf
th- liraJ rfSI i.K K ?h! Kld ""hl3nn0 Inananilns Klvn .xp.rl.net refer-,
- rtraeat rin plant In the world i .nn a nn.i aiiiarv vii.,t.H A,iriri4 t' tn
Oood irnnaportntlon from all polnla Ledaar Office AWr" ' ' '
fpenal vtorkmen a trnlna on PennavhanU ruTrFyrrifv-..... . ,. . - -,. -. , I
iianrnai leavlna- Hroad Htreel Matlnn
thll.lnkl . - .. ,. nr i- tn ...
ticket other train" nt 'fr'nuinl InlerVol, 1
oireci tn plant trlle mra No 37 In aub-
aj and Cheater and W llmlnsion lar out of
Djrby direct to plant
Vceljl.no Aeldr.
Drop formers
Inap-tora
'.camera on tu ti 1.1...
tMl.ir.r while or colored
'l.'olmakera
Machlnlata
Toolroom niaohtn hand
APPI.T
PHILADELPHIA OFFirns
Open cvenlnKa and on t-unlaM.
1MI Arch ! (.Mr 1(1 ronnoit
'.:n.i Mirket at. (Mr llendrlcki
N VV cor tilth and Paailnll m.
(Mr Moon. i
Hid Pcdei-al st (Mr Plerhnerl
lAulnlrurk" "111 leave 1.151 ,Vrrh rt
.CTcept Salurdaj. n followa 111 n n
1 30 p in.
dalh
and
Oqv eminent, office. IS'.M Alch at
etenlnen or Sundajs
not open
ACETYLENE WELDER v.inled rxperlenced
on all klnda nf repair v.ork and air.all
at.. metal parta. at otic, foreman pnaltlon
open
AppU Lock llox No I'JA Dept A
Chealcr. Pa
j
AI1K.N i fnp mnlnr.riieV.'
freicht atatlon ex
. parlance with railroad or .xpresa companr !
a.alrahle Write I' 307. Ledcer Offlea.
ASSISTANT SHIPPER
VV VNTED AT THE VVANAM VKER
FURNITURE AREHOt SU
IN F. COR. 2IST AND VVASHINU TON AVE
ASSISTANT SHITPKR wnntcd: must b
utrona njid imi afraid of work. nin fa.
miliar vlth htavy hardware preferred, alato
nvu av naaUlu a r. till anl irti . . T
Stall lln-vpltal, AlUntnwn Ta
ApdIv 1
HmDloMncnt Ofttr, I.M'l Arrh at. Tun
'li frnm ft ao tn 1 an a n
I At'TOMOHn.i; mcrhanlf on pIRdur rnr hpi!
truck repairs. hIpo motor repair nifn, pood
nnrwtrttinltv fnr H rat -flu an Mlctiilv nifti lii
WHum paid, pteadv mplovm'iit Apply rots.1
Jtujctipw Co -Iwt nntl Mark! ntw ltd floor ,
ArTOMunilaK mrchnnlL, Kenral snrngfi
work. Must tv obr. Steadv ork.
Oolonlnl On ray w Miintl Huntln g Tark nr .
RAIvKR. xperlenred. upeclnlly for pIcb. $2.1
a werk and monlti Apply Wilmington
Plnlnir Room. 713 Market at. WUmtnffton.
Del , at onf
MIUVAI.n
STKKt AND ORDNANCU CO.
NICETOWN
Is nur plant floglng If It .
inmf to Mldval W hao steailv
wrk for all thoi uho ran nual
i'y for tha following positions.
Reprh Hand
ROILKRMAlCRn
norlng Mill Operators
f'augetnakera
Pliner hHnda
Shaner liand
blotters
Ilrtrklnrs
Plpeflttera
RIOOHRS
niectrlral Wlremen
Rotarv Operators
Statlonarv Knirlnecrs
CliirPHRS
4.i01 Wlnaahlckon ae lo a ni nnd " p m
1.1 R Cheltep ie nptu evenings.
ir2J Arrh ht Mr ('upitt.
Applv at
NEAREST V. S EMPLOYMENT OrFICE
RINDERY lilank book binders nnd Dftn-r
ruler? Dunlap Print lilt? Co, Juniper and
' terrv at a
BOOKKEEPER Xat careful accurate
alert trained and eaperlenred In double
enlrv hookkoeplnir, underatandlna cnntrolllntr
accounie capahle of takluc charao eet of
I hnnka actlncr caahlee nn l.nHii., ....... .,i
luanen, p.tpinun t'j iiiiv not prov inc aatlsfoc-
tor, repiv aiaim? age experience and
aalarv ilpalred .M .114 I clifer rvnir. 1
BOYS
10 YEARS OR (l ER
WANTED AT ONCE
GOOD WAGES
RAPID ADVANCEMENT
BECKER. SMITH I'AGE
WATER 8T AND SNYDER AVE.
BOYS wanted, not aolng to acliool. for work
In newspaper office Apply city editor.
fourth floor, lind Cheatnut at
BRIDOKMKN -Flrat-claaa experienced men
on erection for work hv McCltntlc & Mar-
ahall Co.. at Mldvnle Thlla . Pa Applv on
oh or MoPllntlc Mnrahall Co Morrla Bldg
BUSIIEI.MAN ON'
LADIES' COATS
ATPLY BUREAU OF E.MPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER'S
CAKE nAKERwnnled Applvl41B Iiruat at
CHAL'FFELRft AND HELPERS
APPLY AT THE WANAMAKER
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
N K. COR. 21RT AND WARHINO TON AVE.
CHAUFFEUR wanted Applv In person.
VnlypraltN 'Hoanltnl 3100 Spruce at.
CHAUFFEURS AND HELPERS
APPLY WVVAMAKER GARAGE
S B. COR 231) AND WALNUT
CHINA AND EXPRESS PACKERS
APPLY' BUREAU OF IfMPLOYMENT
WANAMAKER S
CON"VrRl.'CTIOV WORK
FOR UNCLE SAM'S SHIPBUILDERS
W'e are In Immediate need of
1 CARPENTERS
BRICKLAYERS
LABORERS
MERCHANT SHIPBUILDING CORP . Agent
. V S. SllIPPINO BOARD
EMERGENCY FLEET CORP.
13TH. 4 RACE STS.. PHILADELPHIA,
OH PLANT.,KMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
HARRIMAN r '
OR NEAREST U 8. EMPLOTMENT
OFFICE
. ' I -. . ,
,,:
HEtl? WAytED4;WAI.E ...
CLERKS, for work at ntahti a laria Insti
tution la In nerd of several younf men to
roniplrte Hat nliht clerical, forcer the hours
are from 12 to s or P a. hi. ana a sneral
Wnowledvo of clerical and addtns machine
work la rriulrad Apply statlnt ase, exra-rl.
nr and aalary erpected M S08 Ledger
Oftlre ,.
COLLECTOR wniitcd hy rallabla firm, atata
experlancp rafarcnca and aalary dealred.
si M .l"' ' entral.
COOKS
colored or uhii' no chefa t"nl"aa of anrnl
characlar, do not apply at V. 8. Employ
mant OfUca 1.VJ1 Arch at Tuesday from
9 30 to ID !to a m
t'OPYIlflLDER who la "a good readr
vtantad on mornlns; natvapapar, aalary $14.
Call at noil ( hfnlnut at nfth floor, today.
ll f tar p m i
DETAIL MAN WANTED FOR NIOHT
WORK IN NEWSPAPER OFFICE! HOURS
S to PJ EXPERIENCE NECESSARY AP-
I't.V MR. KII PATRICK. PU1?L1C UlOnER
dTsirict m'anaobrvanted FORCIR.
Ct'LATION DEPARTMENT. ANSWER
RY LETTER STATINO QUALIFICATIONS.
11 H2 I.EDOER OFFCE.
DRMTSMUN vvnntM. vvlih aavaral years'
ejtprlfni In dialenlna orafarnhlv lie.ivy
itiMihtnen poaltlona of ataady rmplov ment
" '.. "'"J""' et'POrlunIt v for nd aiior mrat
l '.?,;.-" "' 7'-ni ..i-i-m.. inr.-iinincHi
UH
" n?.,,y.n'-'"" .!'."' CO. located In central
wim.n ...ti.ri, un nr.ii inn illiir I.,.,,.
part of Phtli.
atnte aae aalarv and e.
perlcnce 'l n
P o Hot .H41
EMIINEEH wanted, i hours per day.
lie t.erltf.r Co . a.cond floor.
ito?ii;r;v
FINER
EXPERIENCED OV
RANNER OR
SCOTT S. WILl.IWS MACHINPS
'I If IS IS .V
STEADY WEL1.PAMNO POSITION
FOR A FIRST.CLASS MAN
NOTSI31IC HOSIERY CO
OXFORD AND MASCHER STS
CALL r.VEVINl'.S OR SINDAY
c J. SCHUYLER
ltlln K rl.ARES'CE ST.
(VICINITY JASPER AND T I011A STS)
PHONE EVENINOS. FRANKKliRD P.Td M
KITCHEN UTILITY MEN
colored or white State Hospital All.ntown
Pi Arpl t' S Etnplnvm.llt Orflrn 11J1
Arrh si . Ti'Ciln from ll 311 lo 111 30 a ip
i.Anonuns
Atrro jmkchamcs
AHMATUIin W1.NPKU3
CHAl'Frni'I.S. 23 TRS. OP ACii; OR OVKH
KI.ni'TItlCIANS
i.ATi;rts our
PAINTKRS
riPEriTTEna and iiEi.rrcns
MACHINISTS
IlIVETUnS AND HUI.PURS
wax rnEss dumpers
Atlantic nnr. CO
S14I TASSYUNK AVE
U. S. DJirLOTMENT OFFICE
ASK FOR MR. C. HANTHORN
3D AND WALNUT
MR. E. JENKINS
1.121 ARCH ST
I3RINO THIS AD
SNARE t TRIEST CONTRACTORS
EMPLOYMENT OFriCE
FOOT OF SNYDER AVE.
WANT
LABORERS
LABORERS
LABORERS
nOCKIIliILDEUS
DOCKBUILDERS
DOCKI1U1LDERS
PILEDR1VERS
PILEDRIVERS
PILEDRIVERS
CARPENTF.RS
CARPENTERS
CAltPENTElld
AND ALL CLASSES Of LABOR
SEE MP. LEONARD
THIRD AND WALNUT STS
U. S, EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
THE ONLY TAMP IN PIIILA. AND A
LONll-TIME JOH
PLENTY OF MONEY MADE
PUT ON YOUR OLD OliOTIIES AND COME
READY FOR WORK MONDAY A. M.
SNARE . TRIEST. CONTRACTORS
FOOT OF SNYDER AVE , PIIILA.
EMPLOYMENT OrFICE
SEE
MR. BUnCII. SUPT. EMP. DEPT.
MR. LAUGHLIN
I
FIREMEN day work experienced on repair.
lug tubular linllera gooil wara Applv
General rruteaalnB Company I'olllna and I
Wlllaid sta. near Amber and Allegheny ave.
FURNITURE CREDIT CLERK'S
aPPLV AT THE WANAMAKER
Fl RNITURE WAREHOUSE
E COR 21ST AND WASHINGTON AVE i
ELI IOTT FISHER hilling machine operator
or tjplat. Christian,; salary to atart 113
o.r week. Apply Ju person. 358 Bourae
Bldg; ,
LABORERS WHITE OR COLORED; GOOD
PAT TO WILLING MEN APPLY TO
SUPERINTENDENT. 808 CHESTNUT ST..
PUBLIC LEDGER CO
I jv BORERS. 100 white or colored perma
nent Job,, steady work, good pay. Anply
F W Tunnel Co . Butler it west of
Richmond
LABORERS vvsnled; India Redoing Co .
Swanson and McKenn vts. Apply neareal
U S Employment Office, Bring thla ad
with ou
LABORERS white wanted for Ir.slde work
In wa rehouse at 0 Walnut at.
LINOTYPE operators and ad men wanted:
open ahopi good conditions ahd good pay
for competent men Address at once The
Democrat, .lohnatnwn. Pa.
t.HKIHEHH TO HANDLE 1'Al'BRi
WHITB OR COLORBDl GOOD
PAY TOAVILLING MEN. SUPER.
INTENDfeNT 000 CHESTNUT ST.
SUNDRY
A corridor man to collect and deliver wlUi
truck. State Hoapltal, Allrntown, Pa. Ap
ply U. 8. Kmplojment Office, 1321 Arch St.,
Wucsdar. Irotu 8.3S to 10J0 a, a.
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".'' "'I'-.j'.l'.rl'JJtd VC? j" aJ jayitja n a laajajr
HEI.P WANTED.
HOO ISLAND SHIPYARD
IS AT FULL SPEED AHEAD
nuiLDiNa smrs for our
I
MERCHANT MARINE
WHICH REMAINS TUB PATRIOTIC;
USEFUL WORK
WE NEED
LABORERS
HOLDERS-ON
RIVET HEATERS
Rb'AMEIlS
2i
5
ERECTORS H
PIPEFITTERS
PIPEFITTERS' HELPERS
I'.IUOERS
WAREHOUSE HELPERS "'
PIPE COVERERB
' !
OLIl TRAININO SCHOOL WANTS
BTRONQ. PHYSICALLY FIT MEN
TO LEARN SHIPnUILDINC TRADES
U. S. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
800 WALNUT
Sao .Vfr. Shattuck
or Mr. Phillips
1521 Arch Mr. Schwarts
a;4 South 8th at. Mr. PedrleW
1745 Rldse ave. Mr. Bryan
IT TOU ARE EMPLOYED AT ANOTHER
SHIPYARD DO NOT APPLT
V. S. A. GOVERNMENT CALLS TOO
WJ
LABORERS
LABORERS
LABORERS
DOCKBUILDERS
DOCKBUILDERS
DOCKBUILDERS
PILE DRIVERS
PILE DRIVERS
PILE DRIVERS
CARPENTERS
'' CARPENTEBS '
CARPENTERS
CONCRETE WORKERS
'.V
AND ALL CLASSES OF LABORERS
NEEDED AT ONCE
AND A LONO TIME JOB
FOOT OF SNYDER AVE.. PHILADELPHIA.
SNARE TRIEST
THE ONLT CAMP IN PHILADELPHIA ,
OR
SEE .MR. LEONARD, 3D WALNUT STts.,
LABOR BUREAU '
LABORERS WANTED
RAILROAD WORK FOR
UNITED STATES
RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
COLORED
IRISH
MEXICAN
TAKE NAVY YARD CAR AND, OET OF
AT FIRST STOP NORTH OF NAVV YARD
ON BROAD ST.
IRWIN 4 LEIOHTON
120 N. 12TH ST
BTH AND STONE HOUSE LANE
APPLT NEAREST US. EMPLOTMENT;
OFFICE
LABORERS . ,
OUI.F nEFININQ CO.
SSTH ST. AND SCHUYLKILL RIVER.
Apply nearest U S, Employment
Onue '
Bring thla ad ulth you
I
LABORERS
WANTED AT ONCE
COLORED MEXICAN
SPANISH. POLISH
AND
ITALIAN TRACKMEN
227 N. 13TH ST.
i
Arn.Y NEAREST U 8. EMPLOTMENT,
OFFICE ,
BRING THIS AD WITH TOU ,,-
v ,.
LABORERS
COIX3RED. FOR STBADT INSIDE WjBMCr.'
E F HOUGHTON CO,' ' "4
24U W OUMClvpjf P
APPLT
EMPLOYMENT OKF1CH
FRONT AND T0RK STB,
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