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SITUATIONS WANTED HELP WANTED
SITUATIONS WANTED?MALE.
SUPERINTENDENT or Janitor wishes posl
tion In elevator apartment; understands
Otis a mi Kecdio elevator; guoil all arouiui
muchanic, pltuubet by trade: has own touts'
? year*' ciiwrlniM; good cleaner: honeat,
ipliable: good referent os. A". A. Patmero,
Columbus aj ?
?. :'l.. .'\.\;?KXT. Iurm or estate: thor
oughly e\|-.ulenced, open (or position March
l"?. B ."2.: 'yin'i:, Herald ?q.
TRAFTir man, !? years' experience In |tn
? ??Hi railroading; typlut; strunt;, willing to
?ork at airy kind of work. C 545 Herald, ?8?'
Hu ay.
I'FHOUsTEREI t. at residence; city or coun
try. Born. 254 Manhattan av.. Cathed. S.'.4Q
> \LET.?Japanese, useful man. also li
censed chauffeur and entire charge In baclt
lor'is apartment; bent reference; city, coun
try. Main 7475. Akita 3S Sands St., Brook
lyn. '
? VALET?Gentleman thoroughly recommend*
? trustworthy man, English. visltinK or oth
?ru lae. Duckerldge, 101 W. Vith. Circle 0W9.
* VLET, Spanish youth. wtakM position with
a eultured gentleman; beat references. Ap
to M. P., ;|Q Emi '14th at.
V VLET, experienced, take care of bachelor
apartment; good travelling sen ant: wishes
!?? ?. itton. J. \"__J231 E. Srtth at.
VAl.ET. cook, experienced. Japanese: charge
gentleman: best references. Kuku, 146
West USth.
VALET icolored) or ? ..retaker bachelor's
apartme.it. wishes part time; will visit:
references. l-\ McTliomas. 318 W. u9th St.
\ M,ET. English: we!! recommended. 1''
Horton. Till Park av.
WAITER, experienced, city or country. Jo
seph Bayer. 1704 Amsterdam av.
W \ ITER, experienced. steady, evening work
George Mason. '."J" Columbus av.
TY ASH GOODS BUYER.
Is there an opportunity for fully
? live, energetic ami competent man
at present buyer of wash goods foi
one of the largest mail order houses '
No question as to his ability to fill
similar position to that now occupied.
This advertisement is Inserted by a
business house in the interest of party
referred to. All communications will
be regarded as strictly confidential.
V Is'!* HERALD, 2*n B'WA V
WATCHMAX or guard, t... wishes position;
reference. J. Pollard. l-'iO E. :Uid st.
WATCHMAN or guard; excellent reference:
city, country. P. M., too E. 124th st.
YOUNG MAX. EXPERIENCED j
GENERAL OFFICE WORK: ACCU
RATE. ALERT. EXECUTIVE ABIL
ITY ; COMPETENT CORHEHPOND
EST, TYPIST; BEST REFERENCES.
B IiiO HERALD, HERALD SQ
??>t;Nti man. Spanish (27), wishes position,
office or expor. house, as translator, corre
spondent ; >20. Bartolome. 212 East :>0th.
t'OUNC. man (24) desires position; 4 yeais'
experience: 2 years college; executive
work: expert bookkeeper (controlling ?c
eounts and flnaneial statements), corre
spondent: highest ere dentin Is. B 183 llerahl,
llerald ts-i
YOUNG man, 22. Protestant. years' office
experience, good correspondent, accurate,
.-iTubltlous, desires to eonnect with reliable
? hcerii offering an opportunity; excellent
inference: present employed. fi ,?S Herald,
2 SO Broadway.
YOUNG man. four years' experience in pur- I
liasing, customs and allied departments of
- eamshlp company, desires position with !
? or.cero where this knowledge Is essential;
v ' reference. I). Jacohy, .'o2 West lrt.".d st.
YOUNG man, 21, Spanish, wants office posi
tion. has fair knowledge of English; not
?articular about salary to start; future ad
vancement preferable. C 14fl Herald, Herald
YOUNG tnan t2Ri. college graduate, with
<omo experience in oil, wants position in a
-:ock broker's office. B 191 Herald, Her
* HI sq.
YOUNG MAN STUDENT. GOING TO
FRANCE. OPEN PROPOSITION. PRI
\ ATE PARTY. BOX IP,2. OXFORD. ALA._
S'OUNG man. Spanish, 24. technical ctiuca
?lon. wishes position >? Spanish corre
spondent of salesman. C 117. Herald, Herald
YOUNG man. 21. two y>-ars In eoflege, one
>>ar of business experience; position where
t al work will merit advancement. A. R.,
Loom mm. i;. Kth st.
VOtXNG man. spare time. What have you
n offer' Anything legitimate, selling,
? me work or other profl'able occupation.
R JIB Herald. Herald By.
YOUNO MAX. NIGHT WORK.
Young man. 2.1. e*e<utlv? and sales abllitv.
>'.shes nlrht w-ork. ?-12; splendid references
10 years' experience. C .*,.'.1 Herald. 280
H i. ay.
YOUNG man. 2*. .'.'lirlstlan, previously em
ployed rs oliltf engineer merchant marine.
?< ants posit i o i1 a-ihore: willing to start In
v uy line w It', prospects. Box 21, 320 ?th St..
Rro .klyn.
HJtXC nian. colored American, wishes po- i
?!t1on a? purer, elevator or fireman: good
? ferenee ti. :.t, willing worker. ? Clarence
Samuels. 207 W. BOtli. Tel. Col. 8X80.
>OfXG .iisn, helper, handy with tools, or
any outside Job ei-salloi . C 517 Iltialu.
so Bway. * ,
I'OUNO man (28> wishing to travel is op. n
for any iilri# of n proposition: expetience.
' > <l32a HeraM. Harlem.
Or.NG man (201. ' ?rlnn o?
bookkeeping. deeir<-s position, avalitsnt.
Wiltml, .".4.*i St. Ann's av.
>ot"NC> man f2l). high school gramiste. po
sltion with advancement. M. Carlin, I.Vt
tvliaon St.. Brooklyn.
)'.'UNO man (20), high school graduate, ex
perienced. desires to eonnect with reliable
"use. J. Goldman. HO Rodney. Brooklyn.
\OUNG man, I1?, deslrea position business
liou?e. advancement. Elslnger. 10(11 Tel
ler a^_
TOUNG man 121), ex-service, desires a post.
'ion in any tine of work. A. Buonomo,
H22 Pacific St.. Brooklyn.
YOUNO man. 21. wishes position, general
office nsslatant. 41.', ,'mtli at.. Brooklyn.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
!?ltomtlmi? Wanted?Mttla.
t at * \ r.c" sisnvicB AflRVT
tfw, v 'rttli *? Riyant 77A7-IMM.
MtnHEHT r.rMnr p,r,t,i \ni.K .mpaxrsr
HEL>r rr-Rvwrrr- \t wort vottcb.
we r,na n mthrrs roi.r.nw.
.'AVANRt*r RMPLnrMR.VT ArtRNCT.
Jf ~ 4"!d. Tel. "OW Vanderbllt.
Fitrnlsnaa tvlp: r. ferances !nvMtt
I
JAPANESE- AMR' ? ?' < V EMPLOTMENT *
AOEXCT.
JiO W 4?M|. v. Rryant W9.
r>mn*?tlc Help. _
,r * PAvfisr: Prinrf Employment A*enrv,
Bryant TP.".). *fV| nth a-., b<" ? ??n 4.MM-4?th
a; funry rook, faltliful hutle-. __
ftTLKW, cook* and houneboya. Apply ?t
Philippine Employment Arenojr, 110 Hand*
Ht . Ilkljrn., or ml! Mnin 2TIM.
E.MPI.OYMRNT nrnEAV.
tirriar tti?> management of Tapaneae T. M,
r \ . IT Concord ?>.. Orooklyn. Main 1144.
JAPANESE r>on">?Mr Employment 4?en<-y;
??lout liflp 1*7 T,"x1p?ton_?v. Mil. fio fljtt*
AGENTS WANTED.
IWiKNTf??a'! to ?.*??! *Mkly in yuur spur*
, time il< ln? aper'al (ilKrtlKlnH work ainon*
tie familtea of yout ? Ity: no experience nee
..?m\ Writ- to-daj for full particular*.'
American Product a Co., '.'07J American Tildir..
i Mndnnatl. riflo.
WOMEN ?iwit?d to damonatrata and nr. 11
new perfected emtroldary ti?edle; ISO week
l\ eaav. Write for free aample outfit propo
-Ittori Pept M CtilcMO ?lll< Co.. 10 W.
It.. Chicago, 111, j
WuMBX-Wt ran iflve pleaaant, dignified
work that "-111 pa) |ir. to |.t(> per weel.
tm mt" won.ati In rarli locality, \ddrea* Eed
<???1 Pure Koo'1 Co.. f??k 7H. Chicago. 111.
?rc flrfifl llgrii'fill til tilt !.o*1 n ? i
t o ,! <n mr* of tfth \ b ir Y0lil\
ft F: ft A 1,1) off>t* n irnl i>o?xibi Itly of
ft < ?t ?rttti> uoin to?r pi opr' ty
I
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
ADWittitsotsnAPn asp
i iRAPHOTYFB OPERATOKS
Excellent opportunity for x".ii
euced operatm* Sa;ui> *1,000 a
* ' hi . Lunelle furnished free at.J
"tlier advantages. Writ", statin f
experience, asf and nationality
Address
W B., P. O Box S22.
City Hall Station, New Yorl, C-lty.
ART GOODS DEPARTMENT,
I, 8. PLAUT & CO.,
NEWARK. N. J..
l.a\e ? position for head of stork In
their art goods department experience
in this merchandise essentia). Apply
by letter or at Employment Office,
second floor.
A WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY.
Women who believe In tile power of women
to succeed in business.
Our business i.H to make women independent
of business limitations.
An opportunity to earn big returns v. itU
attractive future.
Our plan and organization Indorsed ko
trading banks and business men.
If you have imntiiuaUon and are alive to op
portunities write or call morning". 10 to 12.
:?? PINE ST., ROOM 311.
BILL CI.RRK (in Underwood machine
wages $20; hours 9 to Saturday 4 P. M
\pply. stating age. experience, tc., to Hill,
r O. Hun; 1021, City Hall Station.
BOOKKEEPER,
EXPERIENCED, DOt;HI.K ENTRY AND
TR1AI. BALANCE: STATE WHERE LAST
EMPLOYED, HOW LONG AND SALARY
EXPECTED. OPPORTUNITY, BOX 78S. _'<>0
CABLE BUILDING.
BOOKKEEPER, thoroughly experienced, coin
petent to handle control account, trial bal
ance and financial statement; a knowledge of
stenograph} would be advantageous. Apply
by letter only, stating experience and salary
expected. Kltlihiill Electric Co., 23 W. 37th st.
BOOKKEEPER, tak? entire charge account
inn office requiring daily and monthly re
ports, directing necessary working force for
large liospi'al located In New Yorl: State
near New York; salary $100 per month;
room and meals: staf? age and references.
M. C.. 010 Long&cre Building.
BOOKKEEPER, double entry clerk, experi
enced, neat and accurate, preferably with
knowledge of typewriting. G. P.. 309 Herald,
uptown.
BOOKKEEPER, stenographer; experienced.
steady position for real estate office; state
salary #nd experience IJ 2tf9 Herald, Her
aldsq.
BOOKKEEPER, dotild. entr>\ in" printing
Office: Christian preferred; state age, ex
perience and salan B 270 Herald. Herald t"i.
t:o<iKKHEPER and stenographer: thorough
ly esperlerced wholesale manufacturers:
good position for rl?l;t party. Maynard Mil
I. r Co.. 134 W. 211"'.
CASHIER ? Thoroughly experienced with
knowledge of making payrolls; stare ex
perlence, ag. and "alary < xpected. P. O.
Beat 4S8. City Hali Stat ion. N. Y. C.
CANDY FOREWOMAN
for factory: pood opportunity. A. C., 310
Herald, Herald sq.
CAPABLE young Prench woman, visiting
governc* and teacher, for boy of 9. whole
or part time. Phono Columbus 9M95. ext. 610.
CAKVAS8KH8. take oruers; goon pay; >a*y
proposition. Commonwealth Co.. 112 E
12,Vli.
CH AMBERMAID- LAUNDRESS, white, small
family, country. Call Stratford House. 11 E.
:?2?l st., apartment 1009, between 10 and 12
Monday morning.
CHAMBERMAID. waitress. Scandinavian
preferred. Phone Rlilnelander, ."823. Call
Monday between 10-12 and 5-7 at 148 E.
Roth st.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED
witling to assist in dining room, private
house, private family. Call Sunday morn
ing. lift E. tlOtli at.
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS. ~
competent, private house; references; call
Sunday, before 11:30 or to 0: Monday. 10
to 12. Phone Columbus 71. 49 W. 09tli st.
"CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS" (whit*); refer
ences required. .">0 Greenway South. Forest
Hilis. Boulevard 04ritl.
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS wanted; white,
experienced, willing For particulars phone
Lenov 7789.
CHAMBERMAID, sewing, apartment: refer
ence" required. Sheldon, 4<l W. 9th St.
CLERKS.
The Metropolitan Life Insurnnes
Company, * M)e not requiring addi
tions! clerks at present, is desirous
of accumulating a reserve list of de
slrabl, ; oung people wl.o i<uhl like
?o ?nt,r Its employ, and ^ho, in ?11
probability, would not have to v ait
<ery long before obtaining a posltton,
to the growth of the business: de
klrsblo applicants are tii"*? of 17 and
r-.preferably with high "c/ool
'?.sialng. but certainly with full course
of grammar school instruction, ami
1 ':s Ith parents or mar relatives.
? 'al! Room "033, 1 Madison av.. Ns.*
York City.
CLERK?Y?,tin* lady.to assist In our billing
department; one who lias had previous ex
perience In operating a Wiling machine pre
ferred, but not r-seentlali state age. salary,
experience, edu-ntlon and church affiliations.
L 480 Herald. Herald *q.
CLERK, woman shout 30, for employment
agency: state salary expected and experi
ence. ;i arty n -.'77 Herald, Herald eq.
< 'ORSETfl.
EXPERIENCED.
TO TAKE CHARGE OF
? 1 ST'iM COP.SHT WORKROOM.
HOC EM.
H.-.lt ST \xr> 3D AV.
<"< 'UlTo* operator wanted
by lar*.- ivl.r)l?-?' ? hou?e: mu t
bf griuiuate ?f comptometer nrhool
and have k'x"I rxperlei in gen*
eral rletlcal %-ork; etate ????.
r.Tirrxn ami ?alar>* . xpertwl Bo*
T4'l. Cable HI<U
COMPTOM STER operator want?d In nhole-j
p*J? dry good* houae; young lady of edu
cation. n<'ru*tomed to doing difficult calcu
lation will b? ghen the preference, *tate In
reply length of experience, Ith whom and
*al-irv expected; r^pll?* v 111 b? treated a*;
.onfiri.nMnl .1 731 Herald. 2*n Bffay.
COOK, white. Protectant: experienced. Clean,
economical, ltitlu?iriou*; w-Minct Mnrrin
ti)?n, N'. .1.: bei>t city referent* required.
Applicant* call nt Mt< Ailntn* e apartment,
t" Wi'ii OMli, Monday after II or Tu??day
li?for.?
COOK, g*n<nnl, comti-t-nt end clean, white;
Oornian preferred: alio ehambermeald
vn|tr?.<*: good plara: mill 1 > r>:.' Mr*.
Dar*. 42 State *t., Flushing. Tel. 121"
rinniittia.
COOK --Kli *t ' lane <ook (white* ?n .lap*- t
nit' family of four, for one month: .?nnd
"iiff flr*t rlaen reference# required. ('nil
Sunday. Apartment 11A, 417 IUv< r*lda Drive,
fomer 114th *t. j
f'oOK, vhlt*. competent, willing to a**l*t |
hnttacwork In anartm'nt whfre wattre*i
!* kept no '?anhtnK. ??*?*? V).'. l.ooml*.
.Meet Court, Tlronx^I'le. Phone *77 Uronx
ill*.
coibk Neat whit* girl. (rood plain cook; |
famlh of three: ?ni*ll *partm*n'; good
vinge* r'eil H'inday aft?i noon and Mondn'.
IJft TV?rt 7l?t ?t., apt. ?A.
COOK". .1 imh?rm?M. j altreee?Two ftrl*.
Klllte. ?< anted In of idtttt* : <-?f?i
?n i*. Apply Mnnrtltt and Monday. a pa"
tirr? tfC, I! Ir.ord, Srtth ?' end Rruall" K<
-.-V "; r ':ksh"(5:!h-' : .ef?T?n^* T?
n:;t"d. "'i Ot("nv*y South, Portal inn*.
?:m?lerard MOO.
i CMlK nn'l irenej*! ?or1 ' fm t?*'OO"
r .rmrfhet <>? < i:a'.igh'?r "AT
[?of' road, foil c'lieet r, X V
? "r?0'" ?i>;oi|>nt, all branch'**; April 20.
hotel, 'ountry: rolor"rt pr?f?-i rd atate
'if'. V 7 Hi Hera 1 d. ? n
coou-( II * M^RTIM AtP. -raltr< ?, twe (rtrlv .
In "-n ull nrlvate hon?* fitld W*?' ?! ?
r ivi id- am 2.
UOOTT excellent* ?xperleri'-ed," ?*' ife onlv
\ppl' Monday, before l o'i !?<"<. ipdrtmen1
io: tv_T?d t.
'f'OH? It tub cla?*. he*1; *ln*i*: f-rmTitry
permanent! t?-<? ha1p*r*i ?ta?* ?a?** *x ,
pee'ed * 1W Werald, Werald >q
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
<"OOK, food, plain, in private iiuutl);
enee. call lutm Madison av., UmhIh
COOK?Experienced, colored: private piop'.c
Mldltbotl 7i"C2. 250 West KI7*'i Mt.
OOl'PUS. wife ?'OOK a:id general
'?nuiMi'oi kef, huyb&nd to a?? ?
life and make himself u -> f- f ?: I
M.ouun hoiid* and garden; a""?
'?!;? a !'? (i! Dodge sedan < .1 .
t'. SI. X'hipWest .Hl'n -
CORPORATION 11 sis exceptional opening 101
anibltlens, intellectual lady; start fl.SOo
'vrU? only. K. K.. Pox 2!>, 123 E. .t4111
DRAPERS. first clapH, and flnlgfrsii wauted
JO.) W. !MHt sI.
Dressmaking.
FITTER WANTED.
One experienced v. ith ftvst class clientele
sm< can take cat" of workroom.
MM TO. LOUIS.
3d W. 58TH 8T.
DRESSMAKERS.
WAIST FINISHERS
AND
SKIRT FINISHERS
LICHTEN8TEIN Mil r rNERY CO
.>64 5TH AV
fiRKSSMAKIXOr"
WAIST A.N'1' SKIRT FINISHERS.
HELPERS. LINING HANDS. OPERATORS
ON HEMSTITCHING MACHINES.
LOR AN,
H2?> FlI'Tir A v., JVTH FLOOR
DRESSMAKER. alteration hand, for skirts
and wah?ts; also draper* and Improver* for
special order department. Louise ? Co.. ">.".4
3th av.
FITTERS.
EXPERIENCED FOR GOWNS; THOSE
HAVING 1IA1> EXPERIENCE IX THE
BETTER STORES OR SHOPS: SPLENDID
OPPORTUNITY: PERMANENT POSITION;
LIBERAL SALARIES.
11AGEDORN S.
BROADWAY * SI ST ST.
FINISHERS.
EXPERIENCED OX WAISTS AND
SKIRTS. CUSTOM ORDER WORK
\ PPL V TO MISS SULLH-AN, UTH
FLOOR.
I- P. HOLLANDER CO..
330 oTH AV. AT MTU.
FINISHERS and ilia.pl-r.<, experienced up
high clean hU1' i>nd cloth (sown*; steady, all
year position, The Green Shop, 11 E. 47tli at.
FINISHERS, experienced on dresses; only
those familiar with high class work need
apply. 17 E. "til.
FINISHERS and alteration hands, experi
enced for gowns and blouses. Apply
Jerome, fail 5th av.
FINISHERS wanted for whole dreos and
helpers. Ethel Kalatte, 2 W?t 5<Hh st.
; ITTH.R. expe rienced In lilgli claaa dres<
maklns establishment. Apply after 0 A.
v... 17 !?:??' r.rth. 1
FOREWOMAN
FOR DRESSMAKING WORKROOM.
Only those formerly employed tn like
(.opacity by high class house. .Vppl>
FA RQUHAKSON i WilEELOCK,
?Jo WEST r.7TH ST.
FOnELADT
for our men's neckwear factory in Lo*
Ar.felea; splendid position for woman
^ It 11 thorough experience. Address,
with full details. May Goldman, room
1317A Hotel Pennsylvania. New .York.
GIRL wanted for clerical work In New York ]
Office of manufacturer; high school grad
uatu preferred; good opportunity; refined |
employment. Apply. In own handwriting,
giving full particulars and reference". C 349
Herald. 280 B'way.
GIRLS, young, Christians, for workroom.
Iiandy at needlework; neat, oulck and In
telligent. Apply after 10, Sara Hartley. 9
East h.
GIRLS (2). white; one as cook and laun
dress, other chambermaid-waitress: experi
ence and good reference required. 50 Green
way South, Forest Hills, Boulevard MIM.
GIRL to take rare of u baby. Call Llpman,
21II Honeywell av., Bronx (subway 180th
?t.).
GIRLS, ladle*, pood voices wanted: concert.
church, musical comedy. Apply mornings,
evenings. Miss Armond, 1037 Madison av.
(70th). i
GIRL for downstair* work and cooking; one
other girl kept; good wage*. Mamaroneck, |
X. Y. Phone Broad 2810 or Mamaroneck 1075.
GIRL (young) wanted to sew 011 lingerie; |
experience not necessary. Mile. Louise, 153
East 47th ?t. I
GIRL to ear- for baby. Inquire 53B West;
18?th st.. apt. 30.
GENERAL liouseworker. "lilte; must be
good plain cook; willing to go to country
In April; no laundry. Apply apt. 1IP2, Hot?l
A:i?onls. 7.H st. and Rtvadf ay. Phone Co-1
lumbus 3320. !
GOVERNESS-HOUSEKEEPER In family of
t^o adults uml two children, 12 and 14;
first cla** reference* required; sta'e nation
ality, (alary expected nnd experience. Ad
drfcss Mr?. I'., box H'O. White Plain'. X. T.
GOVERNESS (numoryL ?.\"<> Ilent references, |
good home In New Rochelle. to car* for
t'vln girls. 2'f years old. Apply apartment
7B. 300 West Wth St., between 10 A. M.
and 2:30 IV. M.. March 14.
? '?overnkrs, experienced only, French or I
German, for 3 children, 7 and S years, i
Cnll to-dsy or Monday between ? and I. Dr.
Lunenfelrt. 2 W. 88th.
GOVERNESS to teach children, 13, 12 and 8 j
years: some physical care needed: one hour 1
from New York: references. Hammond. ISA 1
East 7Pth. ___ 1
GOVERNESH. young, experienced. French, ;
for two boys; suburbs, near city. Monday,
1(M2, Mra. Bright, ljt?0 Madison av. j
GOVERNESS for child 7 vests: references ;
required. Apoly between 10 and 12. 80 :
Wnst 77th St.. Apt. 4)5
HEADS OF STOCK.
I. S. PIiAUT * CO..
NEWARK. N. .1 ,
hare posit Ions for heads of ato<-k In
various departments tkrooghoM tlie
store. Apply by letter or at emplo>
m-nl office, second floor.
HKMSTITCIIER. EXPERIENCED
O.V K1NB WAISTS AM' DUE .-'SKI".
J. WISE COMPANY.
35-43 EAST 33D ST.
HAIRDRESSER. martel "aver: expert:
good, atiad? position. Hptro, .'!t Wnt 40th.
M0U8EKEEPKR. ? Woman a* assistant
housekeeper for nurse'* homo; must be
able t" help mtll aewlmf and mark linen;
irooil refersnrsa: -alary *"P per month. Ap
ply Monday 10 A. M.. .101 East l?th.
tir.f ?SEKBEPER?Middle aie3 woman * o
take care of 7 room bouRC plain cookirtf ;
no laundry; 2 adult*, 2 children: itlary $50.
Mm. J. C. I'Vly, Walnut st. and Summit av.,
Lynbrook, I*. I. IIjom ldlBfl Lynhrook.
fibI r*EKITeI ICR (work!iiK> Wood "cflTo'u for
lnilj ami two In lielp: reference* raqUmd.
J J ll?'-a!d, Hers Id -q.
1 Fbi"HBlficEPElil vorklng. for fainlly of :i7
must hi good rook and equal to taking full
Charm; pferences. Call HI' rr. .TWO. .\pt,4(I.
II'Ti si:i;EEPER ?nd chsrnb"imaid, linne*',
single, ?wlilland reliable. !?*? W. *3il.
in H ? hi: WORKER?NEAT WHIT* aftffiT.
THtlROIUHLV EXPERIENCE! >, FOR
SMALL A PA FITMENT FOR BUSINESS
COUPLE. ONE CHILD .1 YEARS OLD;
REFERENCES REQCIRED; EXCELLENT
PERMANENT TOWTION. ENGEL. B?i| W.
(41TH ST.. CORNER BHOADWAT. At;
DURON 43*0 _
HOUSEWORKER, general: light, small
laundry: not Ovar 4>: must be n?s'. willing,
jttvlng sooi refarences; pl-a*an- home.
Hastings on Hudaor Arurwar. ststlng ax*
parlenre *alar}. c 58."i Herald, 2SO Broad
? ^ i
H'Tt-"FE\VfiRKEIL white girl"with?rafsr
enria, f'ii r*nriat housework In n i om
tlMrtmcnt ; goo,I Immt', g->od v ag?? to ?iarlit
I.arti Call Hunda> after .1 o'rlork, iiftl \v?i
II.1th. apartment lwl?. Phone "180 Cathedral.
Horxrtvop.KEhr VeneraC fsmlh of "j
adul: ? good plain cooli; Sundays out
aiindn om call for*w??n? Sumia> an,i
\ioiv > . I'op'land,* I WW Relnoul, Stith ?
and Broad' a
H < if TSE\V fIRK"EIlT~5iood reliable ?ifl ~ for
iaF1ioti*ewoi i . tin sSfiNa; to go home
*? nights. Vpph Saver. West 11'Mi at.
Tt . Westmln-iet
Hoi'SEWORKER. white, good rook: mnc
fottable room, i??th con.i "ages: tn-o
adults- rsf? rstir?a Write, rail, Do? nlng.
l?U Riverside Drive.
HOUSEWORK BR; muat understand rooking"
xmall family adults. r?feran-ee Call Sun
lay. Monday. a p- IK**. Belnord, Sdth an<i
nroadway.
help wanted?female.
UorsKWORKEK-<litl ?anted (white piv !
furrtfil) f?r general housework, amall 'am
Uv no children; no laundry: must be *??d ;
coo'.t. Phone Montlngslde 4648. I
1.01 .^worker. reftaaJT tadurtrlotw *Ul:
T.art lliw ev.-uhiR anil early mornlnr. > *
i>anK<* for living aeconuuodattou. School,
; ?s M adUon av __ !
HOC.-^WORKER, competent, family three ,
adult* , live room.: good pay : .on^nlence..
leferiitncs. Call mornings, W. H4th.
"i! .1 -?f\< ORK15R?Need experWuoed. good,
nlahi rook : ^ rr, a 11 family; small ?Ka,.tuien';
, .sliliig: referencud. Call Sunday 01
,PU11 Jin West ?lat .1-, apt.
111 Vt ? -t K WOli KER. competent, white, sleep
^ room apartment ^mall amount of
laundry, cany hours. no Sundays. W?- CM'
MondaV after 2. 135 W. T9tl> St.. apt, na
iiViFsFWOPKER. general, Christian family
two. no laundry : good plain cook, maldluL*
room and bath: references. Call lo. ^
TKtli apt. 10E. ?
viTvrfl.^WORKESR. general, white girl, cor -
H I'm ; 1 child. country. Call Titue. 1S1
Kher"de D.1VC, Monday, between 12:30 and
3 V. M. - ? ; 5
^T^FuTk'i.'R flderlv. wlio desire# gooa
1 'uom^en^afvork; ?' adults; references
C ?0"? Herald* Herald aq. . ?
IMSJsIWORKES: llgl" I no washing; neat,
colored girl: , reference*. Phillips. ? ?
137th ?t. ?,-y
iTonfiBWORKKR. competent. white*
refined , small family. 101 ^ ? 80th St..
, i A.-u l-\y or. lvKH. general, white: emu.'
' apa rtraent. Call Monday, between 0 anu
i \VUllam?, 953Park av. ?
HOTtiEwbRKER and cook; no wMhltvg.
i iiaium srood iv8K69? C&li alter lv.
N*unan. "''' Apartment 11-D.
iiOUSBWOftk. general, white flrl
family: Kood wages. Apt. 4B. 000 W.,
113th i*t ? _ ??- t
HOTSBWORKER. girl. KOOd cook, no ?ash
lni? *70; city reference. Mrs. H. Uold ,
smifh. W).-. West End av.. apt. ?- .
HOUSEWORKBR. general, white, good plain
cook, no laundry. Apartment 3k. oo0 W est
85th Ht. ____ ii
utrpWORK fC R. general, white, small
1 hi family: references. Call Sunday.
apt 104, r.fil W. 141st ?t.
.iTavjwWORKER?General: no laundry .
,l?naf fanVii?. Riverside Drive. Apt. 5-A.
near 139th ?t.
?..q^ ??? v nn where chatnbermair is
H?\,^no winhlng. Phone Rhlnelander 416.0.
lloU^KWORKKR. general. whitew #ff?h CM"
m, laundry. .1 In family. >49 U.g-ith.
HOVfiEWORKER. ?eneral; Oerinan. expe
rt, need. ::w W?l 101th ?t.. ??.??;
HOUSHAVORKER. general; good home. T.
N . 201 W. 78tl).
it^V'KNDirNCK~e OR~ BVHKT WO?af-.
learn how Marlnello methods of b<!eutJ
M your income. Call or ^ri^t
Sv *laHneUo! 3Wt_5tli _av.^Jth_Ilpor._
With ch,in,he, work atnl do
Morrlstown. N. J.. D<'8.J "? Adams's
v -8th, Monday after 11
or Tuesday before a. ?
TXSIT.CTOR TOR OFFICES.
4tkl ileruld. Herald aq.
f ,nv-TT- . r^^c.te,l and refined, wanted
It, n>> >u?"lnes? :0'-^!i'^:ivrn^CT^ly
'l.ADVSmaUl; white:
references required. 0 273 Herald,
M. and 2 P. M. on Monday.
End av.. - B. ;?i... Tr-.nc'vi
'Brl^sr pinferred. A^ly Carl
michael, 2 T8th ft.
milliners.
Experienced. Apply Mr. Williams. 7th fl..
I, P. HOLLANDER CO.,
:,:,0 3T11 AV.. AT 46T11.
MTI.L1 NERY HALK'SWOMEN- ^
pVrTV.' t\^4. 201. CABLE1BLDO.
?rjrr vt v. fi y COPYISTS WANTED.
FIRST CLASS. BETTY I ANNE. 4J V\.
B7TH.
MODEL.
Tall refined young lady, size 3R. *xp?rl
iced,' for high class dressmaking e?<tabll h
enced,
ment. Appl
MME. LOL'IS.
:>i W. 3UTH ST.
MuDEL-Iti size. attractive, ;-oung lady to
model Hgh class ?ov us. Cleo. Bernard
Co.. 07.: ,'<ih ay.
MOTHER'S helper, t<"0 glrlr, ? ami 6: goln;;
to country next month: must be cultured
niul 1:1ml. Telephone, u to I and 0 to T.
Plaza 2684.
MOTHER'S helper (?vhl?. ~ family of 8. In
suburban home. Phone Laurelton 21 IS.
MILLINERS wanted: ? otpcrlenced; long
eeason. V. O. Clark. 42 ffi'it Sfith ?t
NUMI for 2\i-year-old baby; young itomin
of high character, preferably English or
American Protestant: hospital baby training
required, *nnie kindergarten training desired:
residence Morrlitown, N. J.: bent city refer
ence* required.. Applicant* call at Mr*.
Ailamx'n apartment, 155 West BSth, Monday
after _U or Tu"*d?y_before 8.
NURSE, not over 40; competent; having
ability to take full charge child 22 month*;
good references; pleasant home. Hasting* on
Hudson. Answer, stating experience, salary,
C 530 Herald, -*0 Broadway.
NX RUE, speaking corrcct Spanish. to assist
governs** with three children under sev. n
year*; not neccisarjr to speak English:
Oreonwlch. Conn. L. D." Armstrong, 40 Wall
?t.. New York.
MTRSB. ENGLISH OR SCOTCH. FOR TWO
CHILDREN. IN CEDARHt'RST, L I.: AS
SIST CHAMBEP.WORK CALL MOXDAT.
P.ICTWEEN I'-' ANl) 2:110, APT. 9A. 34
CRAMERCV PARK.
NURSE. Protestant, v hlte, for two children,
I in and four year*: lo'stlon Englevnod,
N .1. Apply Monday Walter ik. Rnprw lit.
Greenwich st. N. T.. or Ifcone Walker
tlSSS or Sunday telephone Englcwood
HURSE for 2 children. 4 and ? vcars: refer
ent* required. Apply mornings, Wfieeler,
IS cltimiont nv? at llrtth St., between
Broadway and Riverside. Apartment 7.1,
XCR.4E 'white) to niiiid baby ."> months old
ami to a?<i.?t at light housework: refer
ence* required: "*ge? $70 month. C. McAI
llster, 127S Carroll at.. Dklyn, M. T. _
NURMS: young ^otnan. white. to 'ske care
of 2 children 7 and 3 years reference re
quired. Call morning*. 215 W. 9l*t. apart
ment 92. _
near
oom
on Keneral duty: city, vicinity: good salary;
reference. Home Iturenu Agency. 3d w. RPth.
NURSE for two ?ch'nl children and partial
< art' of l>ab> : mountain* In rammer: refer
ence* for character absolutely required. Call
Sunda> " to !> or Monday 11 to I. 213 E. 61*t.
BURSE. experienced. for two boys. 314 and
8'?; good "age*: excellent homo; per*on*l
reference*. 300 West End av., apartment CH,
f-om 1 t> 3.
NURSES?Dr. Potter's Ntiriltif: He, 100I, e*
tabllshed 1907. teaches and ciadnates all
brnnche* nursing; short oouree; no life
lllnlt; write for booklet. >37 Carnegie Hall.
XCRKE. Protestant preferred, bov 3~ y ear*.
references required. Plume I tktnelander
5828. Call Monday between 10 12 and fi-T
at 14* E ttr.th st. _ _
NULHK tin lergraduate*. experienced con
tnrflou* work, near city: *Wi. \pplv Tlom*
Bureau Agemy, 80 West 39th ?t
NfTRKE. practical, t^ ?ake eafi of Infant 1
months old; personal references required
PIiot 1" Montclalr S1B7.
NURSE to go to Wrote risln* for two ohli
dren aged It mont!i* *nd fl years; personal
reference* required. Apply n-U nt II W. *7th.
KURSK, dental, efficient, good appearand*
Write age, experience und salary expected.
D, d*;: Amsterdam av.
5?ufivM~for~Tff month*' iisln rsfeience* re
quired. c*ll Sunday and Mondm? *.Oehs,
I WW Lexington av., comer Mtli st.
NURSE. experlan ed. 'Iiitc. for two children
one years, othei tl month*; rrfereneaf
Addrese T.. 980 Kenyon av.. Plalnfleld, N. J.
Nl'RSE 01 tnoihet s helper foi two small
children. At'PlV 63 W 9th si,. Saturday
e\ ? niiig or Sunday afternoon
NURSfl or nureerj novernes* reference*.
Meiiflelson. R49 W. 111th rf>.
OFFICE a**l?Tant. young woman. Apply
after 8:30 A. M.. Mr. Hieen, 18(5 Grand
av.. R'klyn.
r ottTJ" waVted.
T1QM f?TRf,S FOR (tENF.BAT. WORK
tttV-'N tNC .
I EAST alb ST.
NURSE, graduate, young : dlatrlot " ork n
city. $12": also graduate, operating ro
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
PHOTOPLAYS. 5,000 ideas needed; working
girl pall *10.iX>0 for idea* she thought
worthless; details free. Write Producers'
League. 2BI, St. Louis. _
OPERATOR, awHohboart. Christian, to
assist in t;i*nerul office work: state quali
fications and .salary desired. A i)20 Herald,
Fulton at. __
OPPORTUNITY' for refined lady to Uam
lialr, face and sculp treatments, #i\, for
moderate fee, in exclusive shop. Prey, il
K. -list.
RELIABLE woman for general homework
and plain rooking: country; no washing;
good home: $60. Write H. R. C.t Bronxvllle,
X. Y.
SALESWOMEN.
I it AN KLIN SIMON .< CO..
5tli av.. oT'U and 38th sts.,
OKFER TIIE MOST LIBERAL
SALARIES TO CAPABLE SALES
WOMEN WHO ARE ACCUSTOMED
TO SELLING HIGH CLASS WEAR
ING APPAREL FOR WOMEN AND
MISSES.
THE POSITIONS AFFORD EX
CEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR
RAPID ADVANCEMENT.
saleswomen
are REQUIRED
FOR
WOMEN'S SUITS,
WOMEN'S COATS.
WOMEN'S DRESSES,
WOMEN'S SKIRTS,
MISSES' DRESSES,
ALSO
WOMEN'S TRIMMED
MILLINER V.
APPLY
VIMPLICATION OFFICE,
ti WEST 88TH ST..
NINTH FLOOR*
SALESWOMEN
TRIMMED- MILLINERV.
R. H. MACY & CO.. INC.. re
quite saleswomen for their French
Salon; only tlioae accustomed 'o
the host New York clientele will lie
considered. Apply any time during
the day at office of Employment
Manager, 'Jd balcony, rear, 34th *t.
entrance.
SALESWOMAN.
HIGH CLASS DRESS HOUSE
REQUIRE THE SERVICES OF
AN EXPERIENCED
SALESWOMAN.
ONLV THOSE WITH EXPERIENCE
IN SHOWROOM OF WHOLESALE
1>RESS HOUSE NEED APPLY; GOOD
OPPORTUNITY FOR RIGHT PARTY.
BOX 20. 200 CABLE BUILDING.
SALESWOMEN
FOR MILLINERY AND GOWNS,
EXPERIENCED, ACCUSTOMED TO
FIRST CLASS TRADE ONLY.
MacVEADY, 10 E. 56TH ST.
SALESWOMEN.
Experienced saleswomen for gown and
coat department; highest salaries pnld and
commissions; permanent positions.
HAGEDORN'S,
BROADWAY AND 81ST ST.
SALESWOMEN,
f * can offer you r lifelong position In an
established business where character and
ability ate more Important than experience.
You satisfy us and we will (satisfy you that
this opportunity Is a real one. Apply In per
son, L. R. Steel 8ervlce Corp.. 160 Broadway.
SALESLADIES,
EXPERIENCED, FOR WAIST AND UN
DERWEAR DEPARTMENTS; GOOD SAL
ARY AND COMMISSION.
HAGEDORN'S.
BROADWAY AND 813T ST.
SALESWOMEN.
FRANKLIN SIMON A cr> ,
r.tli av., S7tli and 3Sth st?..
REQUIRE
SALESWOMEN
for
WOMEN'S
FRENCH MILLINERY
SALON.
MOST LIBERAL SALARIES AND
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
FOK ADVANCEMENT TO CAPABLE
SALESWOMEN ACCUSTOMED TO
SELLING HIGH CLASS MILLINERY.
APPLY
APPLICATION OFFICII.
H WEST 3STH ST..
NINTH FLOOR.
SALESLADIES FOR GOWNS AND
MILLINERY.
Smart wouiik women with experience In the
beet shops; good salary: steady position. 1
Malsou Bernard, 22 B. 07tli at. j
SALESLADY wanted, experienced In In- ,
fants' ?f?r; splendid opportunity foi r'.Rht 1
party. Addruss with full particular* O SOI i
lltrald. Fulton at.
SALESLADIES, MILLINERY. ONLY 6TH !
AV. EXPERIENCE CONSIDERED. JO i
SEPH CO.. iO W. B7TH.
SALESLADY, first class, In millinery de- !
partment. George Bernard Co., R7? 6th a\\ (
SEAMSTRESS, experienced hand on chll- j
dren'H dresses, one ttnderstandlnR smocking
and almple embroidery stitches preferred.
I 'cans. 40 Wett l)7tli.
SECURITY SALESWOMEN WANTED
to sell 8 peer cmt. preferred stock, ?10 par.
with 100 per cent, bonus of common aiook
In RolnR concern to psople who know about
the company and have written for Informa
tion : only experienced women considered.
Apply afternoon only. Johnson * Hopkins
Co.. .IPX Mh av.. N. Y. (
STENOORAPHKR ROOKKI'.F.Pr R.
Unusual opportunity open for capable, edu
cated offlfce assistant; Rood salary, pleasant
aurrolin lings and rapid udvancemeot; niuat
be f?ulck and accurate at Metioataphy and
typewriting and nble to help on boolir. tVrltc
fully, stHlin* " here pre' iottsly employed. re
ligion, salary, 4c., address J 1 f> Herald,
Herald > qua re.
STENOGRAPHERS,
Young l*dl?s with
2-3 *ear? commercial tralnlnR:
prefer applicant* living In Brook
lyn, Apply 1o Mr. Conway, Mon
day, 0-12 A. M
PACKARD MOTOR CAR <~0 OF N. Y.
1M1 BROADWAY.
STENOGRAPHER?An experienced and thgr
oiiRhly con,patent stenographer's services
srs sought bv h tillable Christian corporation
to tafra tletatloii, also transcribe from a
dictaphone on Remington machine: perma
nent position, with congenial surroundlnRS:
must he neat In app>nranee. accurate, de
pendable at'I a ttood oi-iiej : state experi
ence. rdix a'.lon. religion, sk - and 'slar> ex
pected to Box 2'.', IH20 St. -lames Building.
STENOGRAPHER? If <oit art dextrous of
getting Into pjlillc atanogtaphlc.work foi
yourself we will provld< office arid equip
ment In consideration of your doing small
smount of stenographic work for us, B 10fl
H> raid, Herald *<j.
STENOGRAPHER wanted, capable of ad
vancement; etperlence In steel and It on
business preferred, to recrl-e attention must
?1atc age e-ncrleticc, salary i xpi .-ted C
"?M Herald, 290 Broadway.
HELP WANTED?FEMALE.
1 STENOGRAPHER-CORRESPONDENT BY
I WHOLESALE HOI.'?E: SUCCESSFUL AP
I PLICANT MUKT BE AbLK TO HANDLE I
j GENERAL AND COLLECTION OORRB
SpONDENCE WITHOUT K1CTATION; COM
MEKC1AL EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL:
! SALARY $85 PER WEEK. ADDRESS,
WITH IT'LL PAjKTlCULARH, B 213 HEll
I A LI >. JJ ERA LP SQ.
STENOGRAPH ER, young woman of cfluca
| t!oi> and refinement, for position of re
sponsibility In a large printing office; one
1 having previous experience desirable. \
D.. Pox 70. I'enn. post office.
STENOGRAPHER, competent, Obrtatian; per
manent position In Broadway office: $18
l-O; statu ?ge, experience, 4c. A 857 Herald,
I'ulton at.
STENOGRAPHER, rapid, neat nnd accurate
for general office work: preferably with
knowledge of (lllug: mat.' experience anc
salary dasired. G. E.. 378 Herald, uptown
STENOGRAPIIEP equally good in Fronch
and English experienced in office details.
Interior decorating concern; state experience
and salary. L I7tf Herald, Herald sq.
STENOGRAPHER-BOOKKEEPER, as chief
clerk advertising department trade publica
tion. Wrlto fully, state salary. J 748 Her
ald, 280 B'way.
STENOGRAPHER, >om<! experience, or be
ginner. Address in own handwriting, stat
ing age. salary expected, J 754 Herald, -80
Broadway.
STENOGRAPHER, with commercial expert
ence preferred; state experience and salary
expected. C 534 Herald, 280 B'way.
STENORGAI'HER. must bo capable; answer
by letter; state experience and salary ex
pected. General Baking Qo.. 540 E. Wist.
STENOGRAPHER, Christian: experience not
essential; state salary expected, reference*.
J_758 Herald, 280 Broudway.
STENOGRAPHER wanted In law office; give
age and salary. A 038 Herald. Fulton st.
SWITCHBOARD operator capable of attend
ing to busy board In downtown Manhattan
office: 23 to 25 years old; good appearance.
Christian: apply In own handwriting, stat
ing experience, education and salary ex
pected. J 750 Herald, 280 Broadway.
TELEPHONE operator. Christian" Central
Office experience, about 25 years old; ap
ply In own handwriting, giving age, educa
tion, references; salary $18. J 761 Hurald.
280 rrway.
TYPISTS.?Wanted, several Typists in pub
lisher's mall order department: must be
neat, accurate and speedy; Christians only;
beginners need not apply; $17 and bonus;
must not be afraid of work; references. B
?'134 H-rald. Herald sq.
TYPIST to operate Cnderwood machine.
must write well; stenography unnecessary:
'alary >15. Thomns Kelly, 058 3d av.
TYPIST, clerk, specify age, religion; $12. A
933 Herald, Fulton st.
WAITRESS-CHAMBERMAID, white, Prot
estant: experienced; residence Morrlstown,
N. J.; best city references required. Ap
plicants call at Mrs. Adams's apartment, 155
West 58th, Monday after 11 or Tuesday
before 3.
WAIST DRAPERS. FINI8HERS.
_ HAMILTON. 30 K, MP ST.
WAITRESS.?White girl. In Japanese family
of four, for one month; first class refer
ences required. Call Sunday, apartment 10A,
417 Riverside Drive, corner 114th st.
WAITRESS and chambermaid; competent.
Apthorp Apt., 2211 Broadway, between 78th
.end 70th sts.: call all day Monday until 10
f*. M. Jngersoll.
WAITRESS: hours 8 tn (I; closed Sundays.
Colonial Tea Room. 371) .'.til a\.
WANTED.
Can use few women, preferably from
teaching or nursing professions, to qualify
for local sales force. Apply room 1708 , 299
Broadway.
WOMAN.?A lady over 40 years of nge in i
tiio membership department of a club of ;
International reputation: must have fair edu
cation. good address and ability to explain
Intelligently the objects and benefits of the
club to applicants for membership; previous
business experience unnecessary, but unques
tionable references required; hours 10 to 4;
1 Iberal conipensatlon. A 031 Herald. Fulton ?t.
WOMEN Wanted?Two competent Swedish
or Scotch for two In family: all yuar cour
?ry place: personal reference required
Write details and reference addresses In first
letter to Advertiser, 81 Knglewood av.. En- 1
glewood. N. T. j
WOMAN. nmWtlous. cultured, well educated;
disengaged teacher preferred: educational'
welfare work: position permanent: good sal
ary to start: promotion; L. Smith, room
?"23. 522 5th nv.
WOMAN, cultured, who can travel; must
be well pin ned and pleasing personality; i
i.pportunity for proper person to make her
?elf perfectly Independent. B 155 llerald,
Herald sq.
WOMEN?Copy names and addresses at
home, all or-spare time; experience un
necessary; pleasant work, good pay: curl- j
oslty seekers do not apply. Address Mayer, i
Dept. 178, 64 W. Randolph. Chicago. _j
WOMAN, resourceful, well educated, who
can develop quickly Into executive, with i
established business house; salary $1,800
start, Mr. Perryclear. 322 511) av.. room 323.
WOMAN, active, Intelligent with business
ability, not tinder 30: permanent position
and good pay to right party; experience un
necessary. Mr. Eldrldge. 31 F.ast 22d HI.
WOMAN?"mother's helper, refined, to as
sist light housework: hours 9:30 to 5:30:
sleep home; ?alary $50. Write only, giving
references. Apt. (14. 725 West 172d st.
WOMAN, middle ae*ci. help generally; good
home: moderate -ages; no objection worn
?<n with boy: sleep in. Junior House, 90
State at.. Brooklyn.
WOMAN wanted to help with plain sewing
for one week; must be reasonable, (.'all
Monday at 9 A. M? 132 B. 24lli.
WOMAN?Photographer wants refined, edu
cated woman to solicit appointments by '
telephone. Apply Curtis Bell, 620 5th *v. ;
WOMAN with family cares who wants to j
earn mop,ey spare time address B 231 I
Herald. Herald sq.
WOMAN, washing, ironing and cleaning. S3 !
W. 97th St.. Bloomtngdale Day Nursery. j
YOITNQ WOMEN
WHO HAVE HAD SOME EXPERIENCE .
ON SEWTNG MACHINES TO LEARN
OPERATING ON LADIES' UNDER- ,
MUSLINS.
EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS.
LARGE. LIGHT WORKROOM.
LUNCHROOM ON PREMISES.
Write, giving age and previous experience.
Box 7N(i, 209 Cable Bldg.
YOUNG 01RI.P
wanted as assistants and to make them
selves generally useful In a first class mllll
nery and dressmaking establishment.
MRS. MARTINA DOWNrNO.
22 F. C."ith, cor. Madison av.
TOUNO cmi,
of neat appearance to dress model and assist
In high class dressmaking ihowronm.
MMH. DOITTP.
so W. tstrrii sr.
TOT'NO WOMAN
capable of aupervlslng a number of girls
and with some knowledge of clerical work;
atate qualifications and salary expected. A
t>."?0 Herald. Fulton ?t.
YOUNO woman, over 20. reaourceful. high
school graduate, to learn good business:
outside city; liberal ealary. rapid advance
ment. P. H.. Box 10B. Station K. Manhattan.
YOUNO woman, stenographer, social ser
? Ice. experience or college training, by
Rrooklyn welfare agency: stat,? training, sal
ary. .I_1S Herald. Herald sq.
YOUNO woman by vi?IIIng importers to as.
alst In sale* department: experience In this
or kindred lino preferable. Write, elating
??Tperlenoe and snlar . .1 S 1I> raid. Herald sq.
fiii'NO woman aaatatant In doctor's ofrfteiT
hour* |0:."0-1 :30; no Sunday: salary *!l
week. Answer by letter, II., ,1P2 A mater*
dam av.
> of "NO wrman, dear counter: evenlnga; no
Sunday work. Apply Monday, noon to 2,
I?45 Stl' rvv.
YOUNO woman to ass|?t v hi, cha'mberwor'k
nnd waiting In private family; reference.
Cult irfiP Madison av.. Monday.
Instruction.
COSTUME DEKION, FASHION AND HOM- !
MERCTAL' 1LI-UBTRATION: also pattern,
drafting, cultlng, fitting, draping: learn
from prominent, practical experts In sur
prisingly short time; magnlflnut salaries
qul"k!y earned In all these kinds of v.ork. '
Fashion Academy. I)?pt. 11. 113 l ast C7th )
el.. New York, .
HOTRI, NE8d* THAI^RP-WOMEN~Blg I
dema-id for high salaried executives: pa?'
experience untiece??ar.v; we train you by mall
ri.rt put )'Ml In touch with big opportunities
u lite st onoe for particulars. Lev, Is Hotel
Training School, Desk "OIV Washington,
D. r. . , ;
THR WILFRED Af'APRMY OF
HAIR ANP BEAUTY CULTURE
OFFERS COURSES OF INSTRUCTIONS IN
AM, RRANCJHE8, ASSURING LARGE
EARNINGS; DAY, EVENING CLASSES
CAM. OR WRITE FDR INFORMATION,
IB3 W. 44TH ST. PIION-P! BRYANT 9455.
Earn ISVfirio' weekly; only through Prof.
Rohrer's, the Reliable Halt'lress, Manicure
H. auty School; S up, free for scribe; earn
>hlla learn; circular explain*. 119 \v 42d st
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EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
Commercial Help Wanted.
BARKER * MACCOLL,
VOCATIONAL SPECIALISTS.
:iO CHURCH 8T
SECRETARIAL AND GENERAL OFFICE
POSITIONS.
REGISTRY FREE.
BABCOCK AOSWCV
?*7 .'iTH VV.. AT I2l> -ST.
MANY GOOD OPENINGS.
VANDEKB1LT 08-4.
BROWN EMPLOYMENT AGENOT.
?00 BROADWAY. CORTLANPT 851*._
the" Broadway!
9 CHURCH BT. CORTLANPT 274fL_
r>Avm agency.
17 Weit 42d room 615.
Domestic Help Wanted.
WOtTLD YOU?
WOULD YOU NOT?
OIRLg.
wouldn t you like to have a place where
you would be treated in one of the family?
Wouldn't you like to have a home where
your good work, your good Intentions, would
be honored and paid accordingly?
IF YOU WOULD. COMB TO UP.
IF NOT, GO BOMEWHERE ELSE
LAZARE'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
?00 East 72d st.
We have the beet place* for you
mid don't charge u cent for It
GOVEP.NESSE3, INFANTS. NURSES,
BABIES, NURSES. LADY'S MAID. ALL
NATIONALITIES HIGH CI.ASS HELP;
WILL RECEIVE INDIVIDUAL ATTEN
TION. CALL MONDAY ALL DAY. WETT
LEIt AGENCY, 18 W. 43D ST.
LANG * BOECHERER CO., INC.. I
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
43 WEST 33D ST. ESTABLISHED 1890.
Numerous positions open lti good families,
with best wages; cooks, chambermaids,
waitresses, kitihenmalds, laundresses, go\
ernesses, nurses, houseworkers, Ac.; no
branch office
IMMEDIATELY?Cook, $100; second cook,
$80; kttehenmald. $65; chambermaid, $70;
second chambermaid, $00; useful maid. $05;
laundress, $75: Scandinavians preferred.
Wlnthrop Employment Bureau, room 351,
47 W. 42d.
NTTRSES, 15 graduates, 0 undergraduates,
for hospital; high .salary; first class posi
tions open for infants' and children*' nurses,
Bovernosses and mother's helpers. Weln- 1
traub's Nurses' Registry. 627 Madison nv.,
room .10-1.. Phone Plaza (1034.
BRENNANS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
46 East 60th. Plaza 1217-1218.
Offices Greenwich, Stamford and New
York; high class domestic help wanted;
cooks, waitresses, nurses and couples.
AT MISS HOFMAYER'S AGENCY,
10 East 43d St., 3d floor.
Swedish cooks, English waitresses and ,
chambermaids, Scotch nurses, French maids, !
chambermaids, liouaeworkers.
HOUSEWORKERS cooks, chambermaids;
good positions. Bertha Carlson Employ
ment Agency. 2'.'S0 Broadway, corner 82d st.
Phone Schuylor 1070.
BLUM'S Employment Aguncy fttrnlsnes effi
cient, "reliable houseworkers. chamber
maids, cooks, nursc.4, waitresses. l024 6th
nw 1'laza 8650.
Jlrs. R. STRTCKEP. ft NEPHEW,
now located at 32 West 5$th ?t.
Plaza 1127.
Rood positions, good wages, private families.
LI DA SEELY AGENCY,
38 West &2d.
Butlers, 2d men, cooks, 2d cooks, k'malds,
waitresses, oh'bermaids. laundresses, nurses.
GOVERNESSES, $H0 $100; nurses, matrons,
children's Institution graduate nurses.
Hopkins Educational Agency, 507 Bth av.,
wiippllts housekeepers, companions.
COOKS, $85; nurses. $80: governesses, house
workers..
MISS FITZGERALD'S BUREAU,
3GB FIFTH AV.
MASON'S AGENCY. IS West 43d St.?Cooks,
couples, chambermaids, waitresses, laun- i
dresses, nurses, ho us (-'Workers.
CHAMBERMAIDS, cooks, waitresses, nurses. I
laundr s*rs. houseworkers. Miss Smith's
Agency, 25 West 12d st.
COUPLES, cooks (School)* chambermaid.
seamstress, general workers. Universal
Employment Agency, 50 West .".7th.
COOKS, kltchenmalds. second cooks, nurses,
waitresses, couples. Kernaghan Agency. 814
flth av.
HOUSEWORKER. general; competent white
girl; good wages: small family; no laun
dry. Call Monday. Apt, il C. 050 West Endjbv.
COOKS, waitresses, chambermaids, laun
dresses. couples, French nurses. 602 6th
av., .Tacquin's Agency.
MALMBERG'H Reliable Agency, 1049 Lex
ington Av. (75th)?Select help for private
families.
BRKNNAN'S, 4fl R. <>nth, wants 5 rooks,
4 couples, 10 houseworkers. Plaza 1217.
AGENTS WANTED.
Mill*.
AGENTS?11 W nfr men per county?Strangt
Invention start lr* world; agent* a mated:
fen Inexperienced men <Hvlile $40,000: Kor
Btnii, 11 farmer, did Hl'.l'ho in 11 daya:
Schleicher, a minister, $l!t." first 12 hour*;
*1,200 rolil cash made, palil, hanked by
Btoneman In .",0 daya: $1",000 to data; a hoi
or cold running water bath equipment for :
any home at $7.,">0: self-heating: 110 plumbing
or waterworks required; Investigate; ex
olualve sale; credit riven; aend no money.
Write letter or pnatal to-day. ALT-EN MFD.
CO., 805 Allen Bldg.. Toledo, Ohio.
AGENT8?Boll Moore's Universal Gaa Saver,
ahould save 80 to B0 per rent, on your gas
bill. If gas 1* low Increase heat unit SO to
SO per cent. Hall, Ashland, Wis., aold sixty
two savera one day. Lloyd. Hartford, Conn.,
aold forty-four one day. Teeted and Indorsed
by Waahbum University. Uaed and rscqm
msnded by Senator Capper. Kansas, and
other prominent men and woman. Address
MOOUES UNTVERSAL OAS SAVER CO.. |
Topeks, Kansas.
AGENTS?Quit worrying over labor unrest:
nliould make $10 daily easily reftnlsliInR 1
brass beds, autoa, chandeliers: new method,
light work; no lossoa: no capital, no experl- ;
ence required; vast amount of work ready In
your city: you hire others, profit on their
nork: free particular* and proofs. Gun
metal Co., 8 Elm, Pecsttir. III.
AGENT required In N?W York to dispose of .
very antique linloue Spanish and Italian '
brocades In the form of blotters, paper
baskets, cushions, bed covers, *0. Write,
s'atlnr terms with references, to bo* R01. ,
fiertram Pay's Advertising Offices, 110 ]
Strand. London, Kngland.
AGENTS ?Knormoua profit; men and women
clearing hundreds weeklv; new washing
compound; wonderful seller; big repeater;
nature's mightiest cleanser; 100 other uses;
free sample. Mitchell, AIT.Ofl R. Rl?t at..
Chicago.
AGENT.51?$fi,noo TBARLT from a permanent
business of your own: established 4(1 rears:
original selling plsn; famrus Oottschafl /M?>
nroducts. Marts mode $5y flr*t day. TTon
baum 11.200 1a?t year. Exclusive territory
golnr fa?t. P. V. Gottschall * Co-Worker?,
Harrlshurg, Pa
AGENTS,?Undersell retailers on an article
everybody needs and buvs: sells Itself; no I
competition: over 1 no 000 sold laat year;
larce proflta: $10 to $2,"> dally easy. Hal
vorsstl, 10* West Lake, Chicago.
AGENTS wnnted to seTl aluminum street car
ticket holders; retells for 10 Cent"; easy
?elirr wherever street car tlckcts ere used.
Rlchman Mercantile Co., Heed Bids.. Phila
delphia, Pa.
AGENTS?Sell necessities: c-rrvhody needs
and buys th-> "Business Outde " Bryant
cleared $S00 In "0 dsy*. Oufallus $.VH> In TR
davs. Send for sample. Ita free. Nichols
Co.. Nsperrflle, til.
AGENTS?Ati excellent household, family
preparation, almost 100% profit; not sold
in stores; email outlay will start you In
business; excellent opportunity. Write R.
ft Schaller. 171 State st.. Uliiahlns. T.. t.
AOWNTS?IffSw TO START fN BUSINESS I
fOH TOTRSELF. A llt'Ie book sen' free
<n men end women anxious to earn money
hr working pa't or full time. Clows ?
Dil'sdelphla, Pa.
V1ENTS Should make $1,000 In three weeks;
fastest seller on lesetrrt* fa'1 Just start- ,
in*: crs-e <r-o->lnc: oinck "tie?. onm-nu <f '
nrofit" partlculp r? fi >e Hover No- ?lt"'
Co.. l'-ot. n 17-10 North Clark. Cibnm
\GENTS?Wc an tio'ir t-i -1 dvftlse and dl
'lihtitc finiples in rniis'tniers: "ilte onlck
for i-'ftl'^r'- n^?d |nrt|ei:lars. ^ibev* Mills.
General 'is ? - r, 2070 American Building.
Cincinnati. Ot to
AGENTS.?LAPGE MANUFACTURER wants |
agents to sell hosiery, underwear, shirts, 1
?tresses, skirts, waists, shoes, clothing, *c.
Write for free samples, Madison Mills, (103
Broadway. New York. _____
AGENTS?$00 $500 week; free samples; gold
?1gn letters; any one inn put 011 stori vln.
dov s: hie demand: liberal off-r to uener.sl I
tf -stii, f,ettrr Co. M" v nsrii,
AGENTS WANTED.
Male.
AGENTS.
HERE 18 A KKAL OPPORTUNITY.
A chance to engage In the permanent
I rootity mtklnf taMStness of n*lli:>g foodtj ,S?
i peat orders form a steady source of tntov*:
, .10 give exclusive state mid country rights
and pack under >our label: furnish complete
sales minpalgnK, with advertising llteratum
, and samples. your sales guarantied; eai li
I of our products must please your customer*
. or money will be refunded; your future Is m
j assured success If you answer this advei -
tisument at once; no dull times In the hm iI
business: set in touch wltll us to-day; we are
rho largest packers of specialty food protl
? ucts in tho world; references: any bank, ra
| Ing agency, express company or raur?? h
? ompany In America. Address Federal Pui?
I Food Co.. Chicago, 111.
j AGENTS?Securii ewlusiv e agency Kul
j tires; fast seller: big repeater. liberal Mi
counts. with free Inner tube. Address Sales
Manager, MOO West I'.tli St.. Chicago.
i AGENTS?178 a week selling Cresco rs3n
| coats: be Independent; no collecting or c
: llverlng: sample coat and outfit free. Iin
I proved Mfg. Co.. Dept. 00. Ashland. Ohio
AGENTS.?Rubberized kitchen aprons: sell
ing Uko hot cakes: agents making enor
mous profits; factory prices; waterproof.
I Pelletler Co., West Jackson, Chicago.
| AGENTS^WonderfuI seller-" enormous profit
every dollar sales; deliver on spot: Ucen<-?
unnecessary: sample free. Mission. Factory
7. -8IB W. Pico, t.os Angeles. Cal.
AGENTS?Wonder/ul profits, best soap,
flavor, toilet proposition to-daj : different,
steady; get sample offer. Daybro 015. Ursm
fleld. Ind.
AGENTS?A business of your own; make
sparkling glass name plates, numbers,
checkerboards, medallions, eigns; big Illus
trated book free. E. Palmer, 100 Wooster, O.
AGENTS?New walking dolls, all the rage.
.'loo, seller: large profits: $3 nn hour easy.
Write Chicago Novelty Co., 17 North Wa
basli, Chicago.
AGENTS?New guaranteed hosiery proposi
tion; wears year or replaced free; $3.B0 an
hour to wc-rkers; samples free. Thomas Mfg.
Co.. (ID 10 Thomas Rldg.. Dayton. Ohio.
AGENTS?Send for free toilet soap sampi*
and S10 cash refund offer. Lacassta Co.,
Dept. 010, 81. LjuIs. Mo.
AGENTS?Signs for stores and offices entirely
new; $50 week should be easily made. Chi
cago Sign System. A33U River St., Chicago.
AGENTS by manufacturer aprons, dresses;
sell house trade. Krlnsky. 18 E. B'way.
AGENTS?Dandy side line for house to house
'?anvassers. gizr. Co., St. Louis.
A profitable, pe.inanetlt business quickly
built selling chewing gum to retail store?
Spearmint and novel packages. Wjlte to
day, Helmet Gum Co., 178 Palace Building,
Cincinnati.
ESTABLISH dealers for Paul tires; no capi
tal required; $300 monthly Income pos
sible; dealers eager for opportunity to Duy
, our tires. Manager, ISOfl W. 15th, Chicago,
i HOSIERY AGENTS.
Men and women, get our wonderful proti
, of itlon senilis hosiery for the entire family
direct from the mill to consumer and make
$33-$75 ^ eckly. Write or call Napear Ho
slery Mills, 4!>-Br. West 27th.
I MEN?$72 a week to speolnl men to travel
by automobile and Introduce 300 candle
power coal oil lantern for fanners, dairy
men. hucksters, gardeners, contractors; w*
furnish the uuto free. Write for particulars.
Thomas Mfg. Co.. File "IB, Dayton. Ohio.
MEN?|.'!.G0 an hoilr selling guaranteed
waterproof kitchen apron; needs no laun
dering; sell to every home; dainty, durable,
economical: big money: sample free. Thomas
Mfg. Co.. Dept. IQlt). Dayton. Ohio.
MEN?14.SO an hour displaying Thomas All
weather Coats; you simply wear coat and
book orders; no delivering or collecting.
I coat free to workers. Thomas Mfg. Co.,
Section KilO. Dayton. Ohio.
SALESMAN.
MAN OF PARTS.
30 to 50, college man preferred, as selling
agent for nationally known corresponded-.'
school on unusually largo margin; must he
financially able to wait cash receipts coming
In on monthly Instalment*: $2.">0 monthly un
conditionally guaranteed for training period,
average earnings for full time work, 50 men,
over JJS00 monthly each. Writ" Mr. Powers,
St'ltc 507, Dept. A. K.. .10 N. Mlchlgag Blvd..
Ciilcago. .
SALHSMEN-DhSTRfRrTORS to establish ex
clusive State branches for nationally Known
auto accessory; big demand; sales plan Is
proven success; real ability easily develops
$10,000 year: must he financially nblo carry
minimum merchandise stock and conduct
office. .Mr. .Spiers, NO Fox St.. Aurora, 1H.
WIDE-AWAKE men to take charge of our
local trade: $fi to 18 a day steady: no ex
perience required; pay starts at once. Write
to-day, American Products Co., "971 Amer
Ican Bidg.. Clncltinat 1. Ohio.
$20 DAILY made selling our new special
$.1.75 combination for $1.50; agent's price.
40r.: sale* guaranteed; 40c. soap comblns
ttons; agent's price, 11c.-15c. United Soap
Works. 71 Park place. New York.
$1.1 dally selling ball trade salesboarde ;
every merchant buys: quick repeatei
Stoltxe, 1S20 Madison si., St. l^>uls. Mo.
HELP WANTED?MALE.
AMBITIOUS SALESMEN.
Is your business suffering depressin
Ours decidedly Is not. We can use tin
high grade representatives. New Vork,
bany and Newurk. We liavo $."i,0?)0.()00 In ;
sets and are elliiiT business training ; i<
by extension methods. High cost of IIvl
and Job uncertainty only stimulates need . ?
our service. Permanent position, large eon
mission earnings for the tight men. Call. If
possible, promptly at ? o- Mrmday. room
601. 112 W. 42d st. Asl; fo: Mr. Marcellns.
A MAN
over 80, fair education, c 1 -? nn record. agre.
able and forceful personality; excellent op
portunity: experience unnecessary; give pho ?<
number. Write box 517, P0<1 Fitzgerald
Building.
Attendant for ner\ona patient, count r>,
single, permanent, willing to be generally
useful. State age, experience, wages e
pected. 1.S7 Herald. Herald sq.
BOOKKEEPER in progressive mnnufaettjr
Ing concern; must have a thorough knowl
edge of bookkeeping and principles of ar.
counting: must be analytical and system
atical. with good business Judgment, ard
capable of developing along executive llne?:
for party with these qualifications s splen
did opportunity Is offered: salary to sts'i,
$25. Reply, giving age. nationality and
previous experience. J 11 Herald. ITerald sq.
BOOKKEEPER, AGE 24 OR 55, CAPARLfl
OP TAKTNO OFF MONTHLY ST\T1T
MENTS from CONTROLLING RECORD
AND COST RECORDS BY MEANS op PEP.
PETUAL INVENTORY; PREFERABLY
MAN INTERESTED IN COST ACCOUNT
ING; STATE IV DETAIL EXPERIENCE
AND SALARY EXPECTED. R 201 HEP.
ALP, HFR.\LI>_SQ.
BOOKKEEPER v anted, with bank experi
ence, age ,10 to 40, good personality: a
mixer, with executive ability and ambition
good salary to start: opportunity for rapid
advancement to executive financial position,
state age, experience nnd qualifications. Op
portunity. P. O. Box 1)07. rity Hall Station,
New York city.
BOOKKEEPER, assistant, young or middle
aged, general office work In pork packing
bouse; hours 7-fl P. M.; stesdy position for
lively man. Apply by lettsr. stating ago.
A. L. Hever. 31$ East 31>th at.
BOOKKEEPER, assistant: good opportunity:
Flatlron Building; state references an4
salary expected. L 481 Herald, Herald sr(.
BOTS.
Smart imbltions American hoys who
are willing to work steadily and start
sr a low salary can advance them
selves In'o po-itlons of trust ard to
sponslbllltjf.
No rxperlenr" necessary. Give full
particulars In first letter. P. 4nc, Her
ald. Herald sq.
BOY In New York office of larg? manufp<
turing company; good opportunity. Apply
in own handwriting, giving full particulars,
age. education, references, Ac. C 549 Herald,
giO Broadway.
BITYRR. plumbing supplies, mill supplies.
electrical supplies, experienced: gtve futl
details In reply, naming previous connections,
Ac. .1 755 Herald.
CHEMrfT FOR t. \BORATORY; NO PPE
CIAL EXPERIENCE NECESSART. RPT
MUST PP.OVE TO BE ABSOLUTELY RE
LI MILL i ON3CIENTI0US \ND OF GO0I>
CHARACTER, ONLt APPLICATION;,
til VINO DETAILED INFORM ATION ANT
srppLvrxn business and famili
REFERENCES WILL RE OOJfBTDEPJtP
v m':p. \ld, herald sq.
CHAI i FEl it, clean, neat, compstent, expei1
tnred on Ple.-te Arrow ear: must be able to
make minor repairs, willing to wash car an''
spend week ends In the country; wages $::S
per week. Apply at once, giving expcrlcn-e
and references. H 1381 Herald, llarletn.
CHAUFFEUR-MECHANIC?Family on far-n
requite American, good habits, cWlltn
bred, strong, active man: superior driver
Mermon limousine and Ford, personal re'
rnnrr foe ebsrseter and ability. R"t id.
.'annondale, Conri

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