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IBj HELP~~V
HELP WANTED?MALE.
F SALESMEN WANTED
p a" FOR FJ2RMAN E.N'T WORK IN' NEW
TORK AND OTHEn CITIES; MUST
RE OVER 25 AND QUALIFIED TO
REPRESENT HOUSE OP DIGNIFIED
PLAN OF OPERATION.
AN ABSOLUTELY NEW AND
unique pai.es offer is being
MADE; results are immediate
hi'.- and income"? large; promotion
13 certain to earnest.
industrious men.
we want men to regularly
serve 8atis1ted clients and
create new ones; applicants
must quality in highest deGREE
for this connection.
CALL IX PERSON EVERY DAY
THIS WEEK. BETWEEN 1 AND 4
P. M., ct 0 E. 40T1T ST., GROUND
FLOOR. f
salesmen:
8?v?r?l forceful salesmen with clientele
unoni grocer.', candy, bakery anil restuurant
trade, 10 take sugar orJcra for present and
future delivery' below vlioleealo market:
Ubcra! commission: references required.
Apply Monday, m paten 1.0 a. m. and 2 1'. M.,
Room 200, MH2 Broadway.
FALE3 MANAGER.
Investment firm of good standhandling
high grade dividend
paying preferred slocks, wants u
real sales manager to develop
present sales force; a mau who
can hire, train and develop salost
men.
lie will be barked by thorough
cooperation and a complete advertising
campnign, now b>|r.g carried
on In hading newspapers and national
magazines.
To tlio man who can fu'.fll tha
above requirements a permanent
connection Is assured, with a good
Income 011 a commission basis.
While training men liberal advance
will be made against comae
lesion.
1. I). NOLL Jt COMPANY,
1T0 Broadway, New York,
BALES REPRESENTATIVES
WANTED.
Responsible New York niond house want
ales representatives to handle their securl.*
tlos. Including those of proven oil produc'
.ng I tid refining corporation. Permanently
paying 2-jei dividends and offering attractive
perukiMvo features.
Permanent and highly profitable connection
pteslbls.
Telephone John (KK>8
for appointment.
\ V SECURITY HALKSNHN FOR UNION.
m Essex a xn iiuphon counties
{ wk. y'ant.g) to seel a high grade prew>
} ??*-zr stock or a local manit
ivl'aoturtn o concern, one of the
' J kadkiis op the country in its own
field.
an unusually attractive proposition
for vrs with an acquaint
citIes in jbkaky c,ty axd nearby
the company is well known and
v.eil tlioi'i hit of throughout tiie
entire section.
. wf. want men immediately. and
offer a splendid opportunity. as
soon as you make food, a perm \,
nent position. drawing account
influential business connections
and cooperation os* the rest sort
toward yot*r own advancement
, apply monday morning at office
driver-harris company. harrison
n. j.. one block from hudson tube
station
r . i ??? ?
SECT'KTY Salesmen (telephone!?Can nee
rovcral experienced mm In our telephone
tales department, salary and commission,
offering dividend paying Industrial now actively
tradjd In New York Curb; exceptional
opportunity for good men to become branch
managers. Call all weok. room 804. 1847
Broad way.
security salesmen.
If you desire something e.ife arfl sore,
r.ever before offered, nnd which affords
unusually larire earnings for your efforts.
Investigate our proposition. Commission
only. Call 12-2, suit# 211-12, Dallas
W 'U., uiuttuna/.
HECITP.ITY PALE8MKN.
If the securities you now handle are difficult
to sell take this opportunity to -ell an
Industrial ?t<?rk which bear* rleld Investl(ration:
a utility household article, manufactured
and marketed and rationally adver
Hard. Apply Balesmanairer,
SPITE 175_ 'Ti'TH AV. j
SECURITY Salesman.?Salesman or sales
manager capatilo of organising and direr tIr.sr
fores of salesmen, to distribute common 1
stock of high grade Industrial: liberal com- J
i mission to those mho qualify. Phono Bar- ,
rlav SMJh _
bScCRITY halesmnn. -Experienced "striclt
aale-mcn to eell common stock In tniuiti- !
faeturlnc oompnny; excellent talking points;
liberal rommi -tons. Mr. Taylor, tturd floor,
0*4 htu av. <ld at.).
BKCIlKTARy spare time; refined youth "oTfered
exclusive home; percentage: automolnc.
rarUculars, M. Iftsj Herald,
Herald era _ _ _
FLIPPING CLERK.?Young man ae shipping
clerk; experienced In furniture and bedding
business. Apply Charles P. Rogers A. Co..
- MP ff??l 5Pth. _
PTT.R salesmen wanted: only expVrlenceif
need apply; otrnlgtit commission. Apply
Sltmund Human, i.*7 4th av.. New Vork city.
r- '
i
BTRC7ALTT broker wanted!
opportunity for sales organisation
covering New Tork
ftr and adjacent terrltorr.
to handle nationally advertised
o|t?" nett|?|te* having
Batloiinl (llBtrihMtlon: capacity
j frn Intensive nelll.ig effort required:
rltte particular*. Addree*
M OCi Herald, 1*8(1
B'way.
flFfl'MAI/TY ?ai?i<men. drughiirilwiiTV and
general storaa ; Kern r.rtgii. for aharpenlrg
(More and enfoty hlndoa: no competition
Oetlen-Burk Co.. 4AH Prairie we.. Chicago |
PTHOK ?a1e?man 'tMephonel ?KstaMtshod
organlir.tlon require* aev*>ral exp-rtenced
men In tlialr telephone anlea deptr meiit;
libera) aalarr and onmmlaal.,n aeflln* Mtrli '
grade, dteldend paylnc Industrial now ae- ,
lively trade.) In on the New York Curb |
wonderful opportunity for Rood men 'o obtain
manager*- position* In abort time. Call I
pbona or write all weak Albert a Wilson Jk
Co.. Inc., IBS Broad*.'y. New York.
rrocK Cixnr avt> nnoppmt
I>T mOMINTNT TiRTflg Itnt'HKt
pt.ATK rARTirr T.AR^: uri RNnrr* ROST-'
i TtoS FOR CAPABIi*! M < V. At?T>REflH ,
PQX '1!, 1?M ST. JAMi:s lit,DO.
I IsfScv. A St -"I.V?$F?| n??i\ ? (f* RonA ;
men to ? !t h "took tyttdicftto propn'ttlon
thAt *!) ori otKlit., E*t.rrl*'ir? In "fork toll- 1
ir\f not (M'Tttnl. V'o mi ?'?rli you In on?
I tiour ho*' < |i'?0 n -.vim-k. tf
?ou otAnt to work to nam tt. Ottirr* nr?
^ m?kln* tl'*t nmount ? ><1 ro>rr. T.ttMrml com1^.
inlotiloo, cont-nrt nnd Icon* fnml?>i?rt. AAdrtmn
ttonj Hntno. M t.AO tl<-r?M, 5A" ft' < . >)
BTOOK RAT.KSMEM
WANTBt? roii tin a nt* out ou
TOWN TO BKt/L OtvtnEND PATINO oil
IBPUnrTY; It BR II At. COMMISSION i
ROOM 408. M K 421) AT.
! |
j ?TOCK PAUMMAN
i f? man*** oir.olt <-:stiiA ~amr?lrn ?f i
jriebUnhM buoinoso: liberal t?r?no.
? A. 3. W? II John at., room 71.
f 1 , I
7 ANTED A
HELP WANTED?MALE.
TOOK dalesmen who can stand hard wora
and prosperity wanted by old established
t'nll street Investment house; live leads
mulshed and drawing account given to
roducers. Phone Mr. Knees, Hanover
Ot i88.
dTENOGRAT'HFRS FOR WORK A I) ROAD.
Wanted Immediately a number of con.psent
male stenographers to go to Kurope foi
Jewish organisation: applicants must bo
:'lilted States citizens of unquestionable
.liaractcr an J standing; besldo English,
must also real, write and apeak Yiddish;
(now ledge of o?lier European languages deiliabl.',
but not essential. N 2'j Herald,
Heralu sq.
STENOGRAPHER AND TYriST.
Tounj; man. Christian, to handle eoneipondence
and general office work; permanent
position, busy up to date offlee; opportunity
for advancement. Apply by letter,
gtvlpg references, age, details of former experience
and salary expected.
KAI.T U'MBER CO.,
324 East (Hth St.
STENOtlRArnr.lt?Competent English stenographer,
single young man. for Spanish
America: fair knowledge Spanish desirable;
heal!''' climate, good living conditions; on
two year contract offer salary of $100 per
month, telth board, living quarters and
transportation: state fully age, experience
and references. A 11911 Herald. Fulton st.
i STENOGR APHER-Young man. stenography
i and other office work; J18 to start. Watt
[ Products Corp.. HIT Dufftcld st.. B'klyn.
(SUPERINTENDENT and* managurlor l.iloO
1 room apartment hotel; munt be financially
( responsible; give full statement In fliat letter.
A J1300 Herald, Pulton st.
j TKRRITORY Salesmen.?Want 150 capable
men at once to msll new 12 pound U* rotten*
i gas plant for kitchen and heating stove*:
I men who can organise and place county
?u:?-agenis. inn ourner nunw Kerosene, is
euro, economical, quickly Installed; wonderful
seller, with coal high and scarce; eommlrslor.s
unusually liberal; state territory
preferred. Wor.der Burner Co., 2713 Iron
si.. Dayton._ Ohio.
TEACHER, Isaac Pitman shorthand; experienced,
male or temale. Merchants and
Bankers' Business School, 37 E. 58th. Plaza
20113.
TYPIST.
HOTEL PENNSYLVANIA
requires typist experienced on ElllottFl
h r machine. Apply to Mr. Smith,
employment manager.
ENTRANCE ON 33D ST..
between 6th and 7th avs.
TYFIST, quick and accurate at figures. In
order department of wholesale durg house;
steady work and advancement; $18 start:
Christian firm. Call 7th floor, -IS W. 4th
St., corner HVooster.
WANTED?FIVE GOOD MEN.
An organization serving nearly
every Important financial Institution
In America has an unuaual sales opportunity
In connection with one of
its services.
If you wtsh to be identified with a
concern whoso good will Is its chief
asset and whose commission policy Is
more than ttberal, wo should like to
hear from you.
Your Income will be gauged almost
solely by your ability to SELL
YOURSELF on what many cxecu
tives pay Is one of the biggest Ideas
In modern business.
If you are Interested we should be
' p'ad to see you any day this weeiq
after -? P. M.. Sth floor. 47 West st.
j Ask for Mr. Elser.
|
WANTED.
TWO THOROUGHLY FIRST CLASS
AND EXPERIENCED HULL DRAFTSMEN, j
WRITE IN DETAIL.
THE DRAVO CONTRACTING COMPANY. (
PITTSUURGH, FA.
I WANTED?Men for shipping 'room; one who j
j understands routing of shipments hy freight. I
| express, parcel poat, marking cases and ;
| packing of glassware: must not be afraid I
: of hard work; state age. married or single. I
i past experience, salary have been earning ,
and willing to start to prove ability. C* 1113
< Herald, Herald eg.
WANTED?Japanese coup!" to take Entire
charge 7 room house In Pelham, Westchesj
ter country': competent cook necessary: 3 In
! family. Telephone Mornlngslde 4230 for appointment;
WAGON COY
wanted by large Christian firm, must come
well recommended; rapid artvanctment to
bright and Industrious young man. Call
John H. Stearns A Co.. lit Madison ?v?
New York.
M'ANT couple, white, no objection to man
having outride position, or n couple to do i
entire work for a small family; best refer- 1
ence required. Write or phone Nassau 1
Fid.. Garden City. 130'.' Cnrd<m_ <*!'>.
WB have an opportunity for two live men In !
our sales organisation; compensation and :
advancement commensurate with ability,
the positions are worth 91,000 n year and
mors to those who qualify; reference required
; no advance seekers. Call rooin 1017,
223 Otli av.
I WOULD like to Interview msn with small
family that thoroughly understands the
raising of Doultrv. Address room SOA 211
Want 34th ?t.. New York.
YOUNG MAN*. INTELLIGENT, INDUBTRIOU8:
MUST Jilt IN good HEALTH,
CAVARI.T3 OK CLOSE A PHI ICATION; NO
CIGARETTE ADDICT: I .A ROE CORPORATION
OKFEJt S OPPORTUNITY TO QUALIFY
AT WORK OF MBCJIANIOAI.
NATURE: ?? EIGHT HOUR DAY WHILE
LEARNING: HA Pin ADVANCEMENT AND
PERMANENT EJfPLOYMENT AT GOOD
PAY J>r?R RIGHT MAN: STATE AGE. EDUCATION.
EXPERIENCE AND REFERENCE.
C 163 HERALD. HERALD HQ.
YOL'NO MAN of good ndtlress and habit*.
who has decided to take up sales work a?
a profession. we have an opening carrying
with It moderate compensation, unlimited
opportunity for securing all-round sales experience,
and an excellent opportunity for n
hard working, nggrvealve and ambitious |
chap: rales expart.-t.ee neither necessary nor
desirable. Apply 310 Broadway, third floor,
front. 10 o'clock Monday. Ask for Mr. Price.
TOT7NO MAN
FOR SEMI-EXECUTIVE POSITION.
willing to lire out of city If required; some
technical education desirable; good oppor- 1
trinity for advent -ment. Box T. X., 001' '
St. Paul Bldr. New York.
I YOUNG men wanted to tuarn trade; sign
painting and show card writing taught
rapidly by mall: "Blue Print Method;" easy
terms. Write New England Sign Coinpony
fSlgn School Department), 200 State et.,
New Haven. Conn.
YOUNG Christian tnan, about tlO years of
ngo tor uumesuo o'Pinnem m targe manufacturing
concern; must have good references,
be well educated and Industrious; exclient
opportunity (or young man who want*
to progress. M 388 Herald, Hwral'l *<j.
YOUNO matt, nboiit 17. witling and ohltglng,
position In order IjeynrlltHtil large e?.nr?rn;
splendid opportunity advancement: .
state salary to start. C. r. H., O. ih>\
U7K. City Hall HUt'on. ________ _
vnl'NO man. ov?r 20, of gt/od gppearanre,
tn sell standard Jewelry nnd cigarette t?"e?
to trade In spare time, direct factory ron
nectlon*; commission: give telephone. I. 103
Hi raid. Hera.il aq. ,
YOUNG man wanted to pvlnt photograph-;
ore who thoroughly under-'tands nopytrg
end enlarging: ra'ary $25 e-eeltly. O! .s? full
nrtlmla-*. Including experience, L GBil Herald,
280 Bway.
VOTING man. 17 to 18. required tie nffloe
ueaietant; state ays, education, experience |
and salary expected. O 807 lloiald. Fulton
_
y tit-So men to arsl.t tn tratfle department
of large house- state age. experience and
ralary; must have good references. X 3:1 1
Herald ?q.
YOUNG man: "one who had experience Tn I
office of printing concern; rtate qualification*
and salary expecte d. M <W7 I let aid,
so It - av.
YOrNO~n>an, 17 or 18. to learn the cierleel ,
end of a permanent year round bueltik" ;
five full Information In first reply. M 840
It-raid, 280 Itroadway.
' OI'NO man. CI rl Man, to matte hlm-elf
generally useful, with a slight knowledge
of lerlref work. %f .tr.7 Herat.', Herald mi.
Vol Nil, bright Christian (l#). for" a'crountIrg
department. (7 172 Heraltl, Hsreld eq.
Yot'it orpottTtjNifT!
W? will train ror our sale* rorrr a row
nun cf rha ra 'far and pcraonal fnrrn who
an thow ability *n<l fltnrao to baton* In a
Mgii cr*''* nranrliatlnn, tla UVpUllunity I*
*rrn?rr tor nulok reward and prompt *4vanr*m?nt
than l? usually offem>V Cat' aftor
I'l A. M. mont 103, 60 fourt at., Brooklyn.
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_ 6 THE M
L D VERT IS
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
Cairoimbl Help Wanted.
1
"NATIONAL"
EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE
SO Church St..
Now York City.
Established 1?>0!?.
OFFICERS AND DIHECTOR8:
President.. ...-. .Oitn T. Uannard
Vice-President John It. Mtir.Auhur
Treasurer Francis L. Hine
Secretary Euceiie H. OuterbrldgItobort
W. de Forest.
L. F. Iioree.
Newcomb Carlton.
A rthur Will tarns.
George Blumuntha).
EXECUTIVE.
, TREASURER AND SECRETARY?Of the
( accounting type and preferably with a
| knowledge of Spanish; man with small
family, nr tuple preferred; location
Cuba; salary $7,000 and bonus.
SALES MANAOKH - Fomoalim executive
ability, together with thorough knowledge
of flour and feed business; sulary
$4,000 -|7,000.
ACCOUNTANTS?Can use several who have
had from three to five years' experience
with a C. P. A.; salary from $3,000$5,000.
SECURITY SALESMEN?With a good record.
possessing an excellent personality
and with the ability to net to themselves
from ?tl,000-$10.000.
ADVERTISING SOLICITOR?Trade paper
experience essential, together with real
sales ability; one who has entree to the
main advertising agencies and largo man
a , rami} e.l.UVO.
SALESMEN?28-30 years of ngc; thoroughly
familiar with shipbuilding and structural
steel; $3.000-$4,000.
SALESMEN?'With building material, hardware
or similar experience; salary $3,000.
TECHNICAL.
OPERATING STEAM ENGINEER ? Technically
trained man with experience in
power plant operation; supervision of
several plants; considerable travelling;
$4,000-13.000.
ENGINEER--French nationality or with I
thorough command of French, together
with broad American mechanical and i
commercial training In the deign cor j
etructlon, installation und operation of I
machinery; residence abroad; salary open,
open.
DESIGNER?Preferably with steam automobile
experience, although general ste&in
designer might do; $4,000.
SALES ENGINEER?Thoroughly experienced
selling Industrial chemicals, opportunity
to become sales manager; chemical engineer
preferred; salary up to $4,000.
OPERATING ENGINEER?Thoroughly experienced;
preferably some lco machine
experience; salary $2,.'00.
.TT'NIOR APPTiATfcPPK- ?i ivtfV.
IH-rlence on construction work, and several
for sub-station work; all must be
able to read blueprints; opportunity;
$i,r?oo.
INSPECTOR?Technical graduate, with some
engineering experience: tl.lCiO-tl.f-OO.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEKK?Oualifled to edit
an electrical paper published In Spanish;
native of Spanish speaking country
desirable; vbalary J3.U00.
JUNIOR EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
CORRESPONDENT?Practical and theoretical
training along credit, complaint and
adjustment lines necessary; accepting;
cancellations, refusing discounts, Ac., for
manufacturing concern; $".t;oo-$3.0W.
OFFICE MAN?Must be experienced along
production and manufacturing lines;
knowledge of costs will help; $2,BOO.
ACCOUNTANTS?Several junior and sentor
openings for men with round theoretical
and public experience; permanent etnff
of exceptionally good firm; |1,800-$3.000.
COST ACCOUNTANT?Prefer man with
metal trades factory experience: upState
New York; 12.500-13.000 year.
EMPLOYMENT MAN?Handle pilots, laborers,
Ac., for fishing concern employing
2,000 people on the Malno coast: #2,$00 3,000
yeur up.
PRIVATE SECRETARY?Knowledge or ex- |
oerinnm !n tl?P pvrvnrt hitolnoog xa-fll 1
must bo good stenographer, able to assist
president of comrany; $2,400-93,000. 1
STENOGRAPHERS (2)?Exceptional opportunity
for men with slight knowledge of
Spanish, to locate In Rio de Janeiro;
12,000-$2,400 year.
STEN' "URAPHER?Previous lognl experience
necessary; $2,200-$2.400 year.
LAWTER?Handle liability claim work In
bonding company; $1,800-112,000 year.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE CLERK?Familiar
with Keandlnavlan exchanges; J1.S00.
SALESMAN?Call on hospital trade, doctors, ,
4c.; knowledge of sterilizers or kitchen
c-qulpcfcnt will help, hut Is not essential; :
no travelling; $2,000-$2,400 year.
SALESMAN-Prefer man with publishing or
sheet music experience; some travelling;
$2.000-12.400 year and expenses.
un.mi;m v.i c ruonv ivtl.v , I. UJ-t'All l - >
MENT.
OROUr TRAPER In Slocks?Applicant can !
name Ms own Kroup If he has sufficient !
experience; *10,000.
EXPERIENCED HANK TRAINED MAN on
foreign trade and foreign exchange; hrc
30-35; should be able to analyze foreign
bank statements thoroughly; S3,500- i
*1.000.
EXPERIENCED STOCK PAJ.ESMKN who I
ran conduct a sales campaign; salary de- |
[lends on experience.
JUNIOR EXECUTIVE?Age 30-tO: American
born nu t ep.-ak Gt rrr.an fluently am'
bo capable of managing % branch ban''
In Hamburg, Germany; excellent salary
PUBLIC A CO "UNTA NTS?With ttiree (3,
years' experience with O. P. A. isrentlal.
very rteponrlblr work tn credit <le- |
partmcnt of large bank: excellent salary. .
FOREIGN EXCHANGE EXECUTIVEtl? For |
positions In practically every large city !
of Asia; *3 0l>0-*G.000; must be under 30 J
and single.
BAN'K MANAGER for branch In Maracalbo.
Venezuela; age 30-35; must speak Spanish
; m.ooo-m.ooo
EXPERIENCED STATISTICIAN ? Large
hanktng and brokerage bouse, members
of the New York Stock Exchange; should
know bonds thoroughly; *d.50(i year.
EXPERIENCED CREDIT INVl;flTIUATOnB
?Excellent opportunity; $t0-$00 week.
EXPERIENCED LOAN AND DISCOUNT
CLERK?Must be able to take'charge of
nee. fJI.CKiO.
EXPERIENCED SECURITY STATISTICIAN
?On publication; mum be able to take
cliarite, rnlnry $.',0-$7."i week.
CORRESPONDENT In Eniilleh. German nnti
Krnn"h; ehould be ablo to take dictation;
I3.R00.
HEAD BOOKKEEPER?On foreign ledger*:
opportunity for title for right man; $2,000
and bonur
MANAGER Bl.OCK DEPARTMENT?Should
be able to handle tlcketa on dlncount*
and loan* In addition to running block
department; $1,800 $2,000 and liberal
bono*.
PRIVATE SECRET AH V AND STENOGRAPHER?In
high grade aeeurlty houeo
3."-*40 week.
rOREIGN EXCHANGE HOOKKEEPERS?
Muet understand French and German;
# 0 week.
COMMERCIAL CREDIT MAN?Should know
do'-uments, comm-rclnl credit*) forolgn
exchange bookkeeping; lil.'J'.O yearly.
ASSISTANT FOREIGN EXCHANGE MANSliould
undeiAttnnd foreign exchange and
mt tie naeiktatit to trader; one of th?Urgent
hanking houses In New York;
140-irn v ee k.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE CLERK ? Bhould
rpeak Italian fluently: $1,900; Brooklyn
STOCK TRANSFER 'T.KRK-Tn agent'" of
(Ice; hrolternge "xnerlenee dope not qualfy
npplleant: 11,800 $2,000 and bono*.
JL'NICR ACCOUNTANT on bank reconcilement*.
BO*-1KKEEPER on control ledger*; ehould
1irv? a good knowledge of accounting and
nhonld undermand contingent liability
$flt week.
JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT-In audltkr'e d*
pnrtnient: expense trd lotirnal voucher*:
n?? annul 51,"00.
rCNM-?n riOOKKBK! ERH?In security houae:
exp.rldr.cr n,?t o:i*f n'lftl-. |20-|2".
Jtrstrii CREDIT Preferably n
krnwledte of reftrtlnj and nnnlylnr f?
port*. w ill ?nV? be?lnecr: #5
rof'Ni} MEN (.H?--Ha*1itnrrt, of el* months
to ynr bankltut position i op and rt? w
town New Vnrtt and Ttroohljrn: II ?0t|1
,,'.<>0, hopu?"x 2.x to 30%. tn addition
muiy of these houses give lunch.
CM5MOAD DEPARTMENT.
BOOKTCEKT'F.Tt ? Experienced In handling
r?fiirol accounts and frier*) ledger for
manufacturing concern; prefer account
!n?r student; |30 and 30?| bonua, quarterly.
BOOKkfet'ER, .torron ACcotTNTANTOpening
In eccoonMng department of r-ei|
known ptibUehlrig >>oii?e: salary common
BALK* LEttflSn CLF.Rfc- Aped 81-30: arIn
fli'irlnit Internet. discount. Ac.:
1.10.
ri.rrK IN ACootrNTtNa PRPARTMENT
-^';>nttfee'\irlPtc b't?ln?c? tirar t'rlon
Hill: "lio'.il'l Iiavi* knowl?dt? of bock
< kntm'fn; $!><)
A PITT A NT IV.^KKI! K PC R?Pom? knowlodim
fnrntfn ?*rl.?n?? leon and ambroid
*r> Import r?; or more.
STT;V',ORA1'HER--In offlra of hnAri timlrr
of well kr<.wn pr*!' '"'tool. P"nr,ojrlvanl*:
jo'jtik Inglo m?n prcf?rrcA: ronoi. hoard.
Ictortrv. Ac., rot' t?!'r?ri|vo ?alary
STRN'XmAPHTRCLHRK ? T'rnvtotia oxporlrnra
with ronta mamifrc'.uro: will handi?
lnvolr?? and othor clerical work:
1M.1.V
LAW ?T11N"OC. llAPHPin?Mn?t ha ?*p?rt
f,plat and hava had l?cal asparSpneai
ISO?* |
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5W YORK HERALD, S
EMENTS |
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
Commercial Help Wanted.
"N A T I O N A J,"
JMPLOtMSNIEXCHANGE
30 Church St.,
New York City.
Established l!?Ot>
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: j
President Otto T. H&nnard
Vice-President Joint R. Mac-Arthur
Tr-?ai"irei Francis L. Htne
Secretary Eugene li. Outvrbrldge
Itobct W. ?lc Forest.
1/. K. Eoree.
Newcoinb Carlton.
Arthur Williams.
George Blumenthal.
CLERICAL DEPARTMENT.
(Continued /roru preceding column.)
STENOGRAPHER?For Brazil: must speak
somo Spanish or Portuguese; con.muusurat?
salary and a contract).
STENOGRAPHERS ? Openings for wcperlenced
men to start at $110, with such
concerns uh ruilrcad, coke manufacturers.
paints, Ac.; can also place quite a Tetv
beginners at $25.
8PEC1AL OPPORTUNITY' for three or four
young men Interested In the electrical
field; prefer those with at least partial
technical education; will be Riven considerable
training, then sent out of town to
Inspect material used In manufacturing
of electrical apparatus.
NIGHT CLERK-Houra 5-12 P. M.: must
know Brooklyn streets thoroughly; #25.
TYPIST. 1111,1. OK X.A DING CLERK?Must
bo fast operator; bills of lading experience
not necessary; #110 month.
ELLIOTT-FISHER OPERATOR?Steamship
company: Protestant preferred; #25.
| CREDIT DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT?
| Young man with some previous contact
with credit department work; #25.
COST CLERK?Experienced with material
costs; #28.
TIME CHECKER?#25.
COLLECTION CORilKSlONDENT?Prominent
Jewish concern: #100 month.
CLERKS (2)?With some knowledge of
freight or express accounting; #22.
BEGINNER?Assistant shipping clerk; with
large concern; excellent place for young
man Interested In traffic; $20.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER?Unusually good
cht.iwo In fippAiintlnff flfnimrtinsrit nf I
steamship concern: experience not necessary;
$100 month.
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER?Sonic experience
In lace, embroidery or textile house; ]
foreign exchange work; $1,200-11,400.
ORKENPOINT?Stock ledger clerk; ?22-?23.
ENTltY CLERK?Very good possibilities (or i
beginner Interested In accountnnoy; $20.
ENTRY CLERK?Stock record work'; beginner
will do; $18.
TYPIST?Jersey City; $100-$! 10 month.
TYPIST-CLERK?Unusually lino place with ,
advertising concern; $20.
TYPIST?Especially good for young man Interested
In accounting: $22.
JUNIOR CLERK?Unusual opportunity Is
offered to beginner; will be In a position
to luarn a great many phasos of the business;
$l?i-$lg.
BEGINNER?Junior underwriting; good penman;
$18.
BEGINNER?Attractive position with flnanclsl
house for young man able to operate
adding machine; $18-$20.
JUNIOR CLERIC?Good nt figures; $18.
JUNIOR CLKItK?Good opportunity with na- <
t Ion wide concern; many chances for ad- |
vanceinent; $U?-$18.
JUNIOR CLERKS?Many positions not listed
above with some of tho best houses In I
the city; $1C-$18.
Call !M. Room 715-721.
The "NATIONAL."
iW Church Street. '
HAMILTON
EMPLOTMENT
SERVICE
6 CHURCH ST., '
Otis niock West of Broadway.
One Block Below Cortlandt St,
As you are nwnro a pood position j
Is now hard to obtain. Wo flo not
exaggerate when we say we havo
HO high grade openings to be filled
at once. An Immediate call on us
will lie of mutual advantnpo.
Christian firms.
CA1L HAMILTON.
I
HIRST OCCUVATIONAL EXCHANGE, !
WALL ST. SPECIALISTS, 60 BflOAOWAV. !
Bond statistician, )f",000->6,0<K); for. ex- !
change bkprs., French tt Herman; cage men. I
accustomed to handling securities; brokerage,
cashier. $50; brokerage bkprs., $35; peiiieral '
brokerage clerk, $35. board boys.
Senior accountants, $.'l,000-$4.<k'0; Jr. acct., I
oil, $1,800; bank aecta.. $2,0<i0-$?.l!<X'.
Steno-Scry., college grad., willing to travel, |
good family, salary commensurate. Hteno., '
ram. with (nvolcea and contracts, $55. Ledger |
lerka, Act Comptometer opr., $130. Many [
jthere Register free.
I nKETl A MAn riil.l.. I
\OC.'f~S SPECIALISTS, O CHUnCH |
bl> W , A:;?t bookko peri ; German or
t rcaponJcnt, bank expr; Collectors: j
I .icrnlum clerk: Bookkeeper.! 4: Tell-|
ers; Mail familiar Hdtv Jobbing nnd Mill j
p'l ; Exprd I*. H. freight rate rlerk; (
SpaEng; German. Eng Steno, Stenographer:).
Domestic Help Wanted.
BUTLER second, third, useful men, coup!**. '
I.Ida twi}\ Agency._C* Wont CM.
HELP WANTED?MALE.
Instruction.
?T5 PER WEEK IN INTERSTATE
COMMERCE AND EXPORT WORK.
The opportunity of n lifetime for n tierm*
nent future at a salary ranging from f3.?o0 I
to lio.ooo per year when able to handle the I
work efficiently. Thu men we desire must )
be over 21. have common school education, bo |
willing to lenrn In their spare time and have '
unlimited ambition, determination and In- !
Illative. No experience* necessary If willing
to devote a few hours each week to learn '
Important technical knowledge. The few
chosen will be trained by exports and assisted
to positions and salaries according to abilities
Interview by appointment only. I'ltone
Berk man .17.1", or nddresR Mr. Rnmatlne, 824
Tribune Building, New York rlty.
8TENOORAPUER8' and BE< 1INNERH' SECRETARIAL
HCHOOL?Lusk new lightning!
f'ltmanlc phVnses, finger training speed i
classes, as groat e 1920 achlovement us |
> Ickers-Bllmy travelling Atlantic at 180
mtleg hour, Rusk writers travel at the light
fling speed ot 4O0 words minute. If any one
tan talk that fast; profesnloral reporters
train beginners or advanced students to write
3O0 In third tho time 100 Is acquired at
theoretical schools; ,"0 per cent, of Luyk
graduates writs faster than old fashlon'-d so
called champions of th" world. Lauk Institute
Corporation, 220 W. t2d st.
MULL I STAY? SMALL"i CIO?
Before making a change find out If you
sre on the right track. To know what your I
life work should he Is n start lu the right
direction. The trained analyst will know
from a study of your face the vocation for
you. This study Is based on known scientific
law-s; no pvchotorlcal teste no trade tests;
come In and ark us all about It. Booklet "8"
on request. Morton Institute, Inc., pit nth
av fat trot, N. Y Tel. Watkine 07M.
MAKE MONEY AT HOMB.-Tou can ram
front tl to $2 nit hour In yout rpare time
wrjlln* rhotv cards; quickly and easily
learned; no ranra* sing: wo teach you how
arid ?e;l yout worlr. Write to-day for full
particulars lo American Bltow Card School.
234 Ryrle Building, Toronto, Canada.
AUTOMOTIVE Hfitesmnnahlp- loan host i
paying smllng hurlnese In world; trained (
M<il<-?m*n cam *'1,000 to $*,000 a vear; our I
sourer Inatructr beginner*, lutlpa experienced I
salesman Wrlto Auto l'ubllahlng Co., 24'1
tV* Mth at.. N. T. C.
STEAM hTTTEna WANTED, alto plumber*; I
b"*t Job? go to men who understand bine i
prints anil oitlmatea; you ran Irani nnlrltiy j
utrhnmo. .Write for full particulars, Chartan
tv. Moray, flupt., 2500 Chicago T?ch. Bid* ,
Chicago, 111. ^
PR a Datcctlve? Oreat drttiand; travel, fae- I
clnatln* worV; particulars free. Write,
American Doteotlve System, 1P11I Broadway. ,
N?w York _____ . _
LEXTtN TO THTa CMAV^VT.';n ."PlVi^nV, ]
nrofl'abl* work; d*v ail avmin*
P tiri for f r?? booklM and visitor'* v***. <
rv..( Y. M. r A.. 30T W 17th M.
|(?rn ?7ittn$>To irailo; ITno' oir t
opirttAT' rorrfva I'J.khh; odnratod,
o1??t ??ti. BTJT 1 1*1 > ,;ii K loth
Bfif" A I>KT(itrriVS.- ! '*' oll'-nt opportunity;
(rood pty, Wrlto O. T. f.lfl
y...iovor ntilic , Kt>nw<i? City. Mo.
A. gALDARRIAQA, ?r?duar*d tmrhor Hranitht
l???ona ?W?ru ] W. IW;h rt
|
IUNDAY,_ NOVEMBER 7,
TELE?
HOMI
ACt OVNTA NTS. J
ACOOUNTANT-llOOKKEEl'KR drain'* (o |
leery Imh)V:h evening* nnil Kundtya. Phono i
BughwfcK
ADVERTISING AGENCIES. J
TIMES SQUARE ADVERTISING SERVICE.
14PH Broadway. 44.15 Bryant.
Display anil Cla sifted Advertising.
Service free; publishers' rates.
AI> VEKTIS1NG ARTISTS.
ART b-Ort ADVERTISING AND DISPLAY.
MORGAN BROS.. 431 Lexington av. Murray
Hin 3332.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
PHONE 247 PROSPECT
In buying or selling antique furniture, old
china and silverware. Call or 'phone headquarters,
HARRY MARK, lot Pulton St.,
Brooklyn
ANTIQUE furniture repairing. Krenct polishing
and reflniuhlng. 651) 1st av. Murray
Hill 5851.
ART GALLERIES.
HENRY SCHULTHEIS COMPANY,
142 Fn.TON ST.. N. Y. C. COUT. 2477-8.
AI TO ELECTRICAL CONT RACTORS.
AUTO-ELECTRICAL contractor HIM to
! Install, overhaul or rewire electric systems
on any make of cars; work guaranteed; your
own shop or garage. THOMAS OONSTAS.
225 TV. 60th St. Teh Columbus IMS.
| BEAUTY PAKi.OKS.
; MANICURING, scalp treatment and sham- 1
I peering, work done at your homo by ap
polntmont. l'hono Murray Hill 3'JHH.
BRASS 1S1CBS.
BRASS BEDS repaired uml repollshcd like I
new. Broken or lost parts replaced. Beds
cut to smaller sizes. J. STARK. 2408% 1st
av. (123d). Factory. Harlem 2820.
Bl II.UI.Mi MATERIAL.
THOUSANDS feet used A, In. beaded cclllns
for erecting partitions. lining: attics, cellars, 1
parages, this Is bright, clean. J3.50 per 100 '
acinars feet; easily applied; fuel saver; adds '
greatly to appearance. I.EWIS WRECK I NO
CO., I Vlhain Hay Naval Station. Phono
Westchester 1313-1314. i
IXX'Its?Several pairs extra heavy garago
doors, suitable for lurgo truck garage, I
equipped with heavy hinges and lined with
galvanized Iron; $42.50 per pair. LEWIS
WRECKING CO.. IV.ham Bay Naval Station, j
I'hono Westchester 1313-1314. Open Sundays
for inspection from 11 -3. __ 1
FOR sale?Thousand flno storm sash, 34
In. wide, 33 In. wide, six ltglit, -82, 2.*>e.
additional delivery send draft, money order. ;
t.Ewia u*?icc-irivn rw Pernsm ltav Naval .
Station. I'ho tin Westchester l.',13-lin4.
FOR Pale?Thousand fine storm sash, 34 In.
wide, 113 In. wldo, six light, If-. 25c. additional
delivery st-nd draft, money order.
LEWIS WRECKING CO., Pellinm Day Naval
Station. Phono Westchester PU3-1314.
THOUSANDS feet used "% in. beiyled roll ins
for erecting partitions. lining attics, cellars,
garages; this Is bright, clean: |3.!>0 per 100
square feet: easily applied; fuel saver: adds
greatly to appealance. LEWIS WRECKING
CO.. Pel ham Hay Naval Station. Phone
Westchester 1313-1.314.
boons?Several pairs extra" heavy garage
doors, suitable for largo truck garage,
equipped with heavy hinges and lined with
galvanized Iron; $42.50 per pair. LEWIS
WRECKING CO.. Pelhnm Hay Naval Station.
Phone Westchester 1313-1314. Open Sundays
for Inspection from 11 -5._ _ ____ _
ROOFING?1,000 rolls used heavy slate surfaced
asphalt roofing: excellent condition:
less than half cost of new. $2 per roll of
J00 square feet. LEWIS WRECKING CO..
Polham Uav Naval Station. Phono Westchester
1313-1314. _
ROOFING?1.000 rolls used heavy slat" surfaced
asphalt roofing; excellent condition:
le?s than half cost of new: per roll of
100 square feet. LKWIH WRECKING CO.,
I'elhnrri Bay Naval Station. Phone West- '
cheater 1313-1314.
BUSINESS BROKERS. I
ALBERT'S EXCHANGE. 1
1 W 84th at. Fltzroy 142*
Leading agency for apts.. furnished houses, j
all kinds mercantile burlnesaes. quick roaulta. ! j
MDSINKS8 LOAMS,
BANK discounts, lean* on machinery. mar- ;
chandlso sales, ahlpmente, rents, market- I ]
able collaterals; nceeptanaus, notes bought, j
KOKULKK, r. 1 Chambers at. .
BCIUXXO PLANS.
BUILDING plans. $11> up; alterations, bunga- i '
low*, residences, garages. factories; per- ] mlts.
AR'tlHTECTS, 09 Nassau at., room |
80S. Cortlandt 84?!t. _ I j
CABINETS. j
4iVi fine mahogany cabinets at very reason- , <
able price; size about thai of phonograph i
cabinet. Melrose 871 or 871'.__ I
C AM ERAS AND PIIOTO SlPn.IES.
ivm Mill..?1 ulneln tllbe emiln
merit* for direct current; also 3 Cypress
nhofntraphl" tank In new condition. It. C.
BAC1BV, B'uyveCnnt_7134.
BVBllYTi'IN.'l photographic: cameras, I
lenses, i:, pain price*.
N T. CAMERA EXCHANGE. 109 Pulton St. ] '
CAIIPENTKU*.
CARPENTER.?Store front Jobbing, altera- i .
tlons: lowest eatjtnates furnished. VAN <
CoENEN. I'tiiJ Caldwell a v., lirotu. Phono
Interval*- SflOO. t
CASH RE(ll<ITI<iRH.
NATIONAL. CASH REGISTERS?We gnarantco
to sell, rent a better National less I
money than any other cash register company
In the world; absolutely guaranteed; good as
new; monthly payments.
Also Buy, Exchange, Rebuild, Repair. 1
ACME CAPH REGISTER CO.. E3T. H90 .
am W- 43d St. f9th av.). Tel. fIRYANT 131S. J
CARPETS A RI'OP. Ij
WU/CON. AXMIN8TKK, W H ITT A (. !<,
SIjOANK'H carpet*, rut;*, all color*, plain,
mixed, Oriental pattern*: (1,000 yard*, #1. $2, *
*3. Id yard up, ?il(jhtly u?ed but rceondlMor.'d 1
Ilk III for tiorri' . office, "howroom. IllTflK,
11 sizes. domestic, Imported, Orb rrtala,
hlnu*. $15.50; $47.50. $*7 50, $127 up; t
MAKING "VER. . CLEANING. LAYING, ?
EYEING, REPAIRING HKWI-AV'NII: JtK- .
LIABLE, REASONABLE, HEATJTIKT7L. 1
f-TTI.LINGS. INC., 024 MmlUon av, (50th St.). 1 .
Plaza S0.1.V 2
CATERKR4.
tilGGS. CARR A PORTER,
caterers,
specialty
partte*. banquet* and wreddln* dinner* Ad- dress
240Q 7tn wv., Apt. 41. Audubon 2270.
CLOTHING.
COMB UP
WJIEUE PRICES ARE DOWN.
Buy a Htlcti *ntl or overcoat d!t?et from *
the maker and save retailer's rr 'fltu; won- >
derful value*. $20.50 to f.'ltl."0 later *?*ort- i
ment: conerr'atlvi and 'nappy modrln; earinente
marked In plain fleur-s 8TIC11 CO.,
Pit-021 Broadway 'Stb fio'ir). j
COATN?DRKHSKS
MANI r A<71 lilll -U A.\|i V. II II I, u I' A I. !
PEA Mill c 8T1TK OFPCni.i) AT TIETAlIi,
$' to *'' ?? ?' on cadi dr-'*? or coat .
hounht atrlctly court-.iur and cnllrfnctorv ,
attention nhown. A real opportunity. No ,
trn 1< garment* handled. Cel' Monday or ariv '
other lay Seeln* t? convincing. Open 0:fl0
to 7 P M 'nl'v
SMART DRKP9 t TVAI8T CO.,
lijtt Broadway. Hnirn :.i? *
COI.I.KlHONS. 3
QUtNM-TATtOR COMMT"RCT41. ftERVICB. .
#4.1 l\>-t 3?!ll, t. N, 1 C!tv. .
Collection* and Adjuatmmf* F.ywhare.
No Collect tona?No Charp *. ,
oornwo v.i> >
S-YPlfrr "3c*ir?* topy.r.lj >ork riiT.i P.i.jre**.
Inrr In own off! ? H H., rooir. III!), jjn Naranu
?._BeeItjnan t-filis. ^ f
I>ICT?< riVK Af.rNCIK V" f
i.aivrfnub DtrrrcTivsr act icy. incT I
Metropolitan Mf- Bid*., room 001A roth H.>.
ONE MADISON AV.. OPTIXFR .Ml) 8T f
Information o'.'falncil v 1'lmut publicity or
notoriety irua centred i-i*xpcr*l'.-?|y <iadqw.1l
prompt rep'-'r conflrimtlnl ri>n;,(\i Urarn- t
rcy 37404r><fl
HHKLOON DHTWO IVT1 PI. THAU.
11H *- "Ih *v. lit ,'|3<I ji, 1'
|C*ta>>tf*h<M l*M JVWiphnn# ivnr, 1072. p
piamonoh-jetv i: i nv. .
UORO buys <'!?inonttj. old poM, divot, Ilium.
Oiiii Icjiinn, pnuti tick" . Ikronxv*. LrU
brfto. 1?? W - : Ub* 7<W)-.
fAVtiCHSoKBW" niAMONriB," ANTioi'M. o
tvonriwa gooi p. !?
TKiaoan. 7*7 6TM AV, MT1 PRTANT. j a
1920.
>HONE
3 AND jYg
'it i i. <f. l
IWgtLj
DICTAPHONES.
DICTAPHONES, lutost rnodtla; auaranteod
Derfect. II C. STEVENSON, 5 Hetkman
?t. CmtlaniH 3423.
DOGS, ItlHDS, POCLTHV. AC.
BOOK ON DOO DISEASES '
AND UOW TO PEED.
Anurlcan Tlonerr Dog Medicines . I 1
mailed free to any address, i '
By tho suthor. t
II. CLAY GLOVER CO., INC.,
11S WE^T 313T ST., NEW YORK. |
Phone WatUua 2008. | 1
000 "Fingerboard road. GrnsnieTe] fh i7~ i '
Shophei d dog, female, 18 months old, chant- | '
pton stock (.11 whelp five woks), tor sain; '
pedigree stud; also It months old rntn?- I '
ranlan, hl?< k, female, very small. Mrs. '
PAUL HUltN.
IF you want a good liealtliy thoroughbred
dog \istt
THE CEDAR AND LUND KENNELS.
10 W. 47th. Tel. Bryant ".">02.
PALISADE KENNKL8.?Police (logs. Merrick
road, Rosedale. 1.. I. Phone Laurel- ]
toti -2138. Just 40 minutes from Manhattan i
by rail or auto.
FOR sale?Chow-Chow puppies, male, podl- .
greed stock; no dealers Mrs. II. J1ULLER,
1.3 (ireenpotnt av., Woodsldc, L. 1. Telephone
Now town 3.254. (
For sale*?8 Great Dane puppies, 4 months !
old. full blooded. E. It. DUJK, 13*J South I
Munn av.. Orange BC48. I
Ml :UUH KENNELS. 1
All breeds for sale and stud. 70 W. 47th '
?t. Rryant_C340.
noi i.s.
rHE ltoll Shop? Distinctive dolls, unusual
accessories. Jolly toys for girls and boys.
F'na doll carriages, doll hospital, too. IS- '
V. 47th. Bryant 7404.
KLKCTKOLYSIS.
ETHEL MICHEL8TETTER,
Superfluous Hair Artist, 3
scientifically removes hair hy tho latest
nethod, using two to sixteen needles, accord
Ing to your oaae, Mftrencus.
Each case a special study.
Su 110 r'or'- Vh"derbllt 3020. 2\ W. 42d.
SUPERFLUOUS HAlit. moles, warts per- ?
niam-ntly removed; treatment $1; electric- c
tv: eyebrows shaped; work guaranteed.
dARGAKBT KEEPER, Suite 203 , 47 W. 42d.
rcl. Vanderbllt 4347.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR DKSTRO YED? par- .
nianently. painlessly, without injuring skin; 1
HI.KCTPKTTY. EL.EANOR GOODE, room ,
>01,11(1 W. 34th St.. opp. Mary's. '
superfluous hair destroyed.
Electrte nHdlfl means no return or scar.
?tss BARRETT, Registered Nurso. 17 IV.
I'.'d, room ft20. Yantlt rhllt 621'!). _
JUrERFLUOUS HAIR, moles, warts, permanently
removed; treatment J1: electricity;
yebrows shaped; work guaruriteed. Suite
103. 47 W. 42il st. Tel. 4347 Vnmlerbllt. i
i1 EI. F.N BR1GG8, electric needle expert,
SUDBRFIAIOUa HAIR permanently re- ,
moved, eyebrows arched. 437 Oth av. Murray _
Hill 1544. 13 years at liS.'l Btvay. ,
EIJCTB1CIAXB.
ERNEST KLEIN & ERO., IS Fulton at., | '
New York; Peekman 1707. Install, furnish i
iml repair everything electrical. ' J
EMI' iToVMEYT At ?KXCY?COMMERCIAL. ~
BLANCHE HODGES. EMPLOYMENT EX- "
PERT?Clerical department, stenographers,
ypl?ts, clerks, telephone operators. 71 W,
C>th ?t. Bryant 3452; ,
EMPLOYMENT .VOKMTI.:?DOMESTIC.
PLAZA 2542?Excelsior Employment Agency, I
Mis* McLoughlln, 020 Lexington av. (Md),
delect domestic kelp (Investigated), all ca- i,
pi. .cities, male, female; day workers; all ' t
lues. on call. i
UNITEl' EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES, ' i
105 E. 72D ST., N. W. COIt. 3D AV. I "
Phone Rhinelander 4204-2044.
Leaders In domestic If dp; male, female.
SAMPSON'S Agency, 711 Lexington av.? J
Plaza r.iX?o. Competent and reliable ser- /ants,
male and female, supplied to prtvat* c
[amlllea. t
BLANCHE HODGE?". EMPLOYMENT EX- I '
PERT?Private families, Institutions, farms,
states supplied. 71 W. 4.1tli ?t. Bryant 34."2.
LAUNDRESSES, houaeworlcers, cook*. waitresses,
part time maids; colored. Kemp's
Agency. Audubon 28Ml.
I (Mi W. I (it li Moderate. liryant 7787, 1H508. ' i
Experienced prnfowMonx) Jomegtlr help.
fijSSILA KM^.OTMENT ~AGENCY. ' 033,, 'i
Lexington av. -H'tviiih" of all nationalities. . *
VlltS. Mnsnn'a Agency, 18 W. 43d at. Van- j e
d. rbilt 0033. Superior domestic help. I
FUBNITEUB?DEALERS.
DIRECT PROM MANUFACTURER TO YOU.
Overstuffed upholstery furniture to order or j ?
< aily for Immediate delivery, manufactured '
>n premises; big stuck suits, separate pieces; n'
nsnufacturor's prices. I. G1NSHFUU, 809
?th av. (53d St.). Fhone Col. 0201. V
FURNITURE. HOUSEHOLD. * "
B'lghtly used.
CASH, CREDIT OR RENTED.
803 NINTH AVE.. RET. 3SD & MTU KT8.
FVKNITlTUii It El1 A IKS. ^ ?
FT'ftNITURS redecorated or reflnlshed; hlgt
grado emimel work our specialty. MANLEY
MANUFACTURING CO., Inc., Long Island I
?'ity. Phono A'toila 221)0. _________
nit-MTmr w.wted. ,
l.?We will pay highest possible prices for \ furniture,
houses, apts., pianos, brlc-a- i
>rac, books, works of art. FUaNKLIN, $1 !
Jnlverslty place. Phone Rtuyvesnnt "37T. j .
51mtE8T prices paid for furnltu-c, brlr a- I
brae, linens, Ac., at Ii02 Col .n.bua av.
dr. t^MAI.l,. Phono Sclmylur Kill. '
FI RM TUSH 1
3IRKCT FROM MANUEACTITRRRH TO YOU 11
Overstuffed upholsteiy furniture tr order or '
eady for Inunedlate delivery; manufactured
in premises; big slock suites, separata pieces; 5
nanufaciurer'a prices. 1 OlNHIlEHti. 801 i
,l1' ftv- i.Vld St.). Phone Col, ill'ffl
lIVINtJ up housekeeping, will sacrlflrr high I
grad- natural mahogany dining room suit.
wdroom sul's. piano, carpet*. Ac. 12l) W. | b
'2d, Monday 10 to I. n
Kid IlARCAJN. |T
100 Undehaood Vpttrrliti fable*,
Icltvered. Store. 13 E. 3.1th ?t. Lcugacrv I ,
?'? \ 8
VKNITUnH, wcftlca of art, Jsw-lry. bronr.ee,
ru?9 bought for ha. 1.. 8<atAKFHR, CI VV. o
Sth. l'hotic V*nd?rhi!? 2524.
f e j
FUR Coat* a? Cheap as Cloth Coal*.
A Limited Nufiiljy of a
GENUINE HUDP' ?N SEAL. OOAT8
SPECIALLY PRICED A\*27V
VE re-pair. Rainodal or fltdys Your Fur* *
Within 3 t>ny?, (:> Up. \
ONE YEAR GUARANTEE KtlRtUBit,
152 tV. 20th, 7th floor /lion- Watklha ?I54.
tCTfUSSS aalls two beautiful s--*i coatELon*
other mariilM'vntly trimmed, qWh<: 1
i?K handsome *< U ilotnian, tIA,'; naver oj?i.
ir KllN'rh ?N. v:;:;7 l?i .td-v.o. n-:ar 8~'h.
aril c-*t?. "i-atf*. n-.tiff*. direct to public at r
I, mm than regulat whoiretil* prl< ; em'y In |
itir !h"wrooin?. SAFCtlfK * CO 24 W.
Oth. Open rlnlly until tl. One flight up.
(iUtlN* KOt tillT. f
HIGHEST VALUE PAID FOR I
nlrftt or slightly usoii evening and .treat *
roch*. fuc. c'lamonda, Jewelry, elharware; j
tillable, confidential. Am. i'O >n?r?. Mum I ?
4A1-TAL. Ul? w. ?; .1. It Tel. Kryat.t 4I7U. j ^
0 pat j?onlo*, for clilldran; 4 donkoya, fw?- i '
pi.??? ? carta. 3 cowttoy saddle*. | '
VKIK, 438 B. Mtljrt. Plata MM*.
t -I.i I f . 1M. Ar. | J
lOT'HEOLl.ANINtJ, whtt?i? ashing, papsr
hanging, painting, high t?>vrr?<l vacvotn I
leaning; *11 kind* hplp rurtilsluwl, short ' i1
ntlca; cookH; hcnt reference*. I'alinv Smith.
M4_Mh ?v. bar'- m ;.'A7. _____ _ I
IXhTBfrTI"' ha I-.
X>N LBJNO, STACK an.l MOHHTIN DA NO* i '
IN-3: BVIIPKN'IH 'T.KI'AHKD f?r ttl*. ,
HCAr. COSlKDr. VAUOKV-JblJ. and ,
HAM V t DANCES Op* MA DDK ADAMS aim
ass tor CINDBnr.LLA fniighi hy
I'JNO, PCHlTIwH "furri) for ?t* 'uat. *
1 llBH, ''*ii 1?o W ?4tlt ?t. Hryaiit tin
lOOEIlN dAiliTiig, ?f*g- *it?. p'ofvi ylnnal
training LOCIS VKCCHIO. 140 W. Mth ?t.
'ol. 4 ir.2. _____
ANN DA/tUNtJ.
Attractive, conoy rtdi'li. ?h*ohi.o1y prlvgt..
iilrne'.lM, pr*Ptlop 871 W MA nwli .114 t
iOCURTV liarv-ing ptfvatciy taught hy ivfrs
i. imnmrrn, r.? w i?"i bryant ton.
I^orm fTION?1'KKM II .
Br An IRH - A M K HI < A N ci'vti.
Irected ?>y univmlty. Prof, .foul BortrtfUtW. | Mtntetlnn
by mull, con^iuinr of ouo iylil '
r buxfnoRS kttrr, r.orr?*ct??d or trr* nmMfcrt, to
mallei tvanr wek wH?n arrolM.f? par , *
unnfh. aift W. 034 ?t. Til. Ml tr?M? MM7. j ?
DIREC
fgf| BUS1NES
is! I n,!> ?- f!
INBTBf CTIOX?MUSIC Ali.
HAG AND JAZZ PIANO PLAYING.
WINN SCI IOCL.B OP POPULAR Ml'SlO.
44 \V. 34ih et. PeuusyKaiila Idlil.
153 W. lliotli st. Murtiingslde <1378.
K2 W. 181st HL Wadgworth S024..
3UJFRIPA VIRTUOSO VIOI.IN SCHOOL.
EXPONENT OXr JOACHIM'S FAMOUS
SYSTEM. Every Tuesday and Friday morning
from 9.30 to 1:30. Suite 1013 Carneata
Hall. Clrclo 1330.
INSURANCE.
OUTt NEW "Universal" policy covers natural
or accidental death, -sickness. ae< 1Imt,
hot.pltal and childbirth benefits, surgl:al
operations, all In one policy for $1.00
per month and up. With winter coming
jn people need Insurance protection. Liberal !
agency contract offered. Write tis. NEW I
YORK SAFETY RESERVE FUND, Ctil 1
Broadway. New York.
JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS.
LA VELLE JEWELRY SIIOF. INC.
Cash paid Immediately for diamonds and
pawn tickets. 1483 B'WRy, under Klalto Theatre,
Tlincs square. Tel. Bryant C2'J3.
LAUNDRIES.
12 CENTS PEit POUND.
ALLERTON LAUNDRY, 132 E. 28th ?t.
(Phone Mndl.on Square 4234) .?Flat, table, '
tied linen. Ac., completely Ironed, ready for
uko. everything else beautifully washed,
itarchcd where required, dried ready for
ironing; cheapest and most economical
method: trls! win convince you. Phone and
;ur auto will call.
LAWYERS.
TAMES E. WILKINSON, 602 fith nv. (opposalte
Herald Building). Consultation free.
5peri till 8 evenings. Reasonable terms.
ANDREW J. SMITH, 63 Park Row.
Consultation free. Phone Bcekman 3478.
LEGAL BUREAU.
.EGAI. BUREAU. 140 Nassau. Sulto 707.?
Consultation, advice In all matters FREE.
LOANS.
MONEY LOANED
tt 1 per rent, per annum without any other
:h anger; borrower alro shares. In profits.
GLOBES CREDIT UNION. 021 Broadway.
.MACHINERY.
3LEOTIUC motors, dynamos, lighting, plating;
largo stoclt; renting; establlshad 1897.
' KORGIS BENDER, 122 Centre st.
Masseur institutions.
ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS-MASSAOB. i
HYDRIAT1C INSTITUTE.
220 W. 42J. Bryant 3598. ,
MASSEUR.
vfASKEUR. expert: massuco treatment by
appointment at gentlemen's residences; re-I
luelng and Increasing: of weight; licensed;*
18340. MULLKR. 12(1 tlCth St. j
MATTRESSES.
I1ATTKE8SE3 remade, residences specialty;
new tickings rta.tonable; upholstering furilture.
HANK, 101 W. 101st st. Itlvcrsido
>0Jl8l
MXJ I.TIG K AFHING.
CENTRAL LETTER SERVICE,
145 W. 4Mh St. Rryar*
Multlgraphlng, Addressing. ' lr< c arlrln* !
liULTIGRAPHING. addressing. . ..ding. EM1'IRE
LETTER CO.. 24 W. 28th st. Wat- t
Ins 2975. j
OFFICE FURNITURE.
lOMPLETE outfits for office or showroom,
new and slightly used. LOUIS h'ALB, o!)
,V. 21st. Tel. Uramcrcy 8674. j
ORGANS.
tEOI.IAN Orciiostrcllo X. Y. solo organ
player, 110 notes; pipe organ rolls; cost
iver $4,000, bargain for any ono fond of
irgan music. Phone Plaza 5.169.
ORIENTAL RUGS.
OFFERINGS TO PURLIC
Mayorkas Ilros. offer^ Genuine Imported ,
ties end uUcg. Prices reasonable. 1 "oil owns
ruB* In stock: Harouks, Mousuls, Kernanshah,
Mohnls, Yoravuns and Jlnmldans.
to. Good values, C'r.11 ot our showroom,
itadlson av? corner did at. Phone Plaza
A42. Established is'.*.,
>IUBNTA1< rugs, any condition, bought for I
highest cash; evpert appraising, prompt
Ltten.Ion. bas31aj1an, CD West 40th. I
iryant 5101.
-IUKNTaI, Kermnnahah rug, ol70 8 ft. 'i in.
x 12 ft. 8 In.; also Duntley vacuum cleaner
nth nil attachments. Phone Treiront 2343.
t l.vnus a.\U rHU.Mtt.lUflls,
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED. 1
First ciass work; reasonable price; pianos
iv-rhauled equal to new. .Send for estlnntes;
any make.
PIANOS TO HUNT; In -go assortment; part ,
ent allowed If purchased.
.UHOll, 1-T - : !. l'h. .iii" y 4.V1. i
Tl? MEIjODV piano" ct) vVfrolalb '
pianos, player pianos, music rolls and
I'fetor records. 31C 12. 14fli fit. S.uyveaaiil !
!TT3.
ERCK KJMBERLXN, 1171:. 3?th et.
Vandcrbllt SC.'iS, also ?.7$ Columbus as. I
rands. players, uprights; na'a soil rsnt j
CNABE $1,100 : "-.v mahogany mlntalui ( i
grand; soil $1,000, half <-'p,xh; trlul In jour .
ifim'i free. Tel. Lenox 1P1.W I
CNADE grand piano for sain; first class J
conditioni will sell at aacriflco. I'l.uno
UMiS Circle. ___ _ _
'.EOL1AN period style phonograph for #al?'.
as Rood m ni'v; ; reasonable. Phone Au.luion
1803. HARWKL.I..
.ItlHr.ST ori t,. paid tor piano< aid furniture.
WISE I I'OI-AK. 17 E. tilth st
r'an nag _
PIANOS TUNKO AND REPAIRED
v i apart mrrh.vilc formerly v.-1th U'nnairk?r.
("attain. 2H4 7th *v. Morn. .*(. 7'.
CNARR grand piano f?r ia.e, flrxt MM
condition: will soil ut sacrifice Phono
:tKl Circle.
8 note m1.ho.7my upright piano; ennt $.Vd;
nerfcct condition: aerlflce $200. 200 Naple
v.. epr.rt. *K. RVJ2 VV.nliwortli.
>1 . >
OIIN !? BCIUSNACriiU. 411 Ann it. P.eekmnn
?7!V7. Batabll tied 1B32. Jobbing and 1
'tcriitloni iptClalty. I
rniSTRO.
*)'TNT3NO. 'ow price, 1.000 card*. nOt?h?ad?. |
$2.N>. Hww Co.. ?0? B 117th ?' HarVtM WH !
Pl'ltl ic S1T.N OGRA r HI'ItS.
1 A. DA1..Y, Public Typewriting Offlc?. Htenographrr*
and tjplili by lay r,r hour
rnlMarnuhlng. mlm? ncvvpblnr, elfuUrltlng.
citable ?ervlec 14?n? Broadway CBnh).
'til noy ?.tt?.. _
IMtl/rCTITK
tBAl* Citato Owner*?Painting and dtToraf.
lng; highlit iju<>]lty t 01M guaranteed.
CI.TOT fAINTINO CO.. 31.1 IV. ItOta it.
Inrnlns"*1- -US* _
itobriNtJ a wncirr mkt.vi,.
toil's rcnaTb^d and recovered, guaranteed '
by the >?ar. akyllgliti. niitttn and leader*.
BB'-RTT CftrMICB AND HOOK?NU CO..
Ik IV 1 !"."iina\, Bronx I'honr Melroie
SIM. - V
i;w*\(j WA<?M>PA.
. 1 Wilnt 4" Oit'i* lewing ma- I
chins, [1. .ect condition, aiu.it In disponed
. a ikv. 1 ia?a MiHi 1.
iOXIU.V. . ann npd haTid" TOa- I
ehtnn. .'!H' tub sv Wathlri-. I~?2rt
WOH11JU (1UIIIM.
iinnr.OT priee* paid golf outfits, camiraa,
fl?Mng tacklo, binocular*. guna, nautical
r*trurofnt*. TttlOQUfl. 787 6th av. *,0S*
*rvant? \
\ nt rV ^
PHRFBf5TT"N PRODUCTS CO.. <
MA It. OIXDEH department,
07* SO *V OTTY
VAt.T PYRT V (EXTRACT);
QtlAUTY OEAPANTl.KD "HK BEST.
IIOPP, IMPORTED AND rif MKPTIC;
ONI.Y THE l'lOHFal Oiurn. N
OMPI.ETE ..JN of OOTTI.WRS SITf PME3
AOFNY8 WANTED. W1.1 r R 1X8. ;
Addrtsas Uovt ri. Tel. Harlem 8*lfl.
TlNsMrfn"
IN end tar roofs ri",>?Ii*d, skylight*. (rotters.
trail, rr of any UnsoiIptlon: all word
udranteed. P8ARA BROS., 230 E. *5th at.
jurray Hit! 0152.
. I
TORY
SNEEDS J
TVl'fcWIUTEK-i.
UNDERWiXJD Uoytl typewriter, ph allograph,
camera cheap; Remington, Smith, Oliver,
Hammond. rt'U cacti. 4111 So. 4th at., lirouklyn.
8'nttK oT.
VDDEITAfKKH.
Telephone 88.1." Murray Hill,
MARTIN nOYESTON,
U^DKHTAKUl,
tiOll 3d av.
HEARING API'AKEIT ~~
YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR CASH.
HIGHEST VALUE PA I LI FOR LAIUES'
SLIGHTLY US HI > GOWNS, FUItS, WRAPS,
DIAMOND'S, JEWELRY, ScC. MAi L Oil
PHONE CAULS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
> 0(.!0 IN, 62? HTH AV,
PHONE KIT/
SEAUTPS r- L COATEE,
,';i Inohes long 'fill opportunity;
also many nul ats and hlouaes,
all aonut size S4th st. Pilous
Solnuior 26-Hi.
A wholesaler s all wool nulls,
all materials 19.SO; sorgo r.r.J
trleotlne dress. its and wraps,
with and with. 1 tig, $211.60 and
f>0. J" W. >: opo.n till
REN"! JELL,
high clanx GOWNS
fo ail ck
DUFF. 1M rynnt 8247.
runt. clctliln I'. irtyntai rugi
boua-t, TRICK L. Bryant 6656,
KOL1N8KY (ind * Cape, trlcotlnc
suits. dreg S W. IS.'id.
WIND ..V , A NO.
SUPERIOR W *. "NINO CO.,
FR ' S i
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
BENCHES, tables, vanes '"'tntalns, statues,
pedestals, &e.; sne and Imitation
atone, for ties, gardens;
sold reasonably; L'Jl \V. 113d.
BRAND now K n Halt collar;
never worn; I it class shop;
owner going Sot i at great bar* ,
an in. *7 no. Tel jriilng before
10:110 Spring &tt o
FOR SALE?New < ? lng machine,
with nlno colon <; no ... ; simple and
efficient. Call at J ' or telephone
Cortlandt 806.1.
HAIRDRE8SINO ai.i acceptable
furniture: good - 262, Aabury
ParlL N. J.
IMPORTED long, . Milan's coat;
new; sacrifice.
MAN'S rnecoon f and cap, 58
cheat, lb.".. Apai . Mornlngslde
sv.. corner 118th.
MAN'S genuine A! id overcoat,
K8 chest, JUTS. .40 Moruimrsldo
av.. corner
F
BEAUTIFUL hand t. uhi v-anr dlntnR
room, 12 pieces; rl t i c ;1,100. <10i
Dexlnaton nr. _
ijKIHNK antique "V sre au.i. large
and email; exquisl '-atloni unuruftl
shape; ?ntlqu< rhle tops. O
1TU1 " " ' 1
HAND carved Italia i .'Tor suite,
Flemish oak dining "Ircasslaq
walnut bedroom set. i. die. ma
ICast 18th St., Flatl no 8052
Flatbusli. No dealers
WILD sacrifice furnl 'r- end ' tilahlnije
6 room elevator n -'.mi completely
furnished; sell all or art. udubon
(1820, npt. C2
Miirhiil r.
iron ba n.
Electric fixture* ani globen, l motor
with motor nr?1 fan nnd hon.fl/iK colls, complete;
1 10 Inch Slrrov vrapUnttng fan and
regulator, complete; 1 acetylene gas generalor.
Complete, model SW>; 12 volt meters,
17 ampere meters for electric charging
board.
Apply N. If. Hardy, Chief Emjlcoer.
.T.VM17S McCItEBitY & CO..
FIFTH AV. AJ4D 3STH ST,
Wca-dng Apparel.
A genuine Hudson stal dolman (not an Imitation),
full length, new model, beautifully
lined: sell for Jttf-0; wonderful opportunity
to buy It for own use. or to sell privately
at a big profit. Mrs. A., SOS (Jth av., first
floor, studio.
A genuine skunk trimmed Hudson Bay seal
coat; 42 Inches long: extra la.rKe eol'.ai
and cuffs of genuine skunk; soil <or $1(10: a
wonderful bargain. Inquire 9A4 6th ay.
A genuine Hudson Bsy sen! dolman, full
length, elegantly lined with embroidered
brocade, new -ape. collar; very little used;
will sell for Iiao. STUDIO. C62 6th av. As.;
for see rotary.
Typewriters.
typewriters u enter,
NON-visible, 3 MONTHS. #*.
visible, 3 MONTHS, tH up. e
factorv rebuilt TYPEWRITERS
Tr-idi- marked and auaranteed for one T?ar.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO., ,
nr. riroad'vay, at Leonard ?t. Franklin
JO E?*? 23d *t.. opp tladlMn av. Tel. "46*.
THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE,
10 Uarnlay it. Tel. IT33 Barclay.
ANTIQUES furniture and ru*a. *24 Eaet
lHth *t.. Brooklyn.
PURCHASE AND EXCHANGE.
rest cash prices pah) for
carpets and rugs.
Pome;.'!. and Oriental. Bet our offer ber...
tilnir llfft MaUi . in -.V l',i? **.?.
POR< buys diamonds. old nold. ?llv*r. platinum,
antlquer., bronzes pawn tleK>.t?; ?
'ntt" Imu.ll'i. MO \v?"t -"I'l ay.
1 pjv sues more than any on? for your furniture.
rugs, pianos, palntlnya BAISUBT,
II' l'r Ivoralty p'ar.. (Rtuyvsanl
MrCAltLA.N even pa-miikit mlan, -lT5T5T I
bcrt roriilltlon; raali' additional; city rt*i
ftztr frV i.'l. f 110 lUra'.l. Herald zq.
INFORMATION WANTED.
any one I-Ttwlrr ?b? pr*?-e:it adtlfoza of
FREDERICK wilson chapman p)aA?4
.MM'. ?! ? 1 J.'>* JIthIiI llaralrt iq,
HARRY \V DEAR, formerly purser. wh?r?hbouts
arprr-'tAtod. Communicate FITTONi
IM W_ 21 ?_ __ _
INFORM AVION V? ANTED of ISADORA
AP.ON. oi bla doaemdanta, originally of
p., ?n, Cf mnny, and later* of standard
RtilMlngn. Market ?t., Jonannosnurg, kouiu
Afrl/a. orul Now York city. Addr??*
STEELE. LE I'lURSi: U STEELE, 311 I.Ibnrrv
M. Now V"rk.
KENNETH KHNNRT'T of PM) JMoikdt ot.,
K< no-'l'a Wi t., wnutrt 'Mco 16 tocoto hid
mother Mr' Soro HlUcm.
MA/IV flt-V IN. n run oT feeMtjtt n H.Tut TS
year* ??" In tStli ?t., near Stli ov., will
ieor to her advantage by odtlrc.ialng mo.
AL.I-.nN w. KMITH Y Mi Moral d, Horn
1.1 fj. ?
ilA VTUD trvi)KRHT?Nl>? WRITE tmo.
ph?. ___
P.flSf MINNIE rtOTD riteae* oontl rniiy ad(!re?f
to jo'ir ilmer, Kmmi M Havo yofj
fotgottf tho tlm? long ngn In <Wtb ?t.T
EMMA M , 'KM Mm. Joohou. 3 lO Loot 121ot
' . Now York.
kV A ITRKfiS?Ixmloo can't llvo much lor got
v.?jr 4?i?Brapn nnn ' ornr m oiv?.
VB^
PUBLIC NOTICES.
TTTC onntmt meMtri: of the Werktno
Wutren'e Protective Union will he h?l<1 M
'V rnnone of the Union, No. 240 Itb n?.f
Munhnttnh, New Vork cl?y, for the election
of officer* end dlrcrtore anil for the iratire'-tion
iif eii'li other bictneer nr mijr com#
o.fo"- lli,? inov;f 1 r.?r. on the ?th 4?jr
nf November, 1P?0. nt 4 O'clock r. M.
mknhv rnvniiT criAPiN, v d.,
PreeMont.
\Vitn* pT > h~" of" uec?rtoo?* Tn \I'itij~roorn
of fnnn Torni'ml about 2 )'. 1\T "-'ov-A,
1PJB kindly n'lit rem* HArtY U. MAU.KT,
lovetrment Hotel, C.-T>. Pldf., \Vnehtn#?
ton, D. Oi
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