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VOL. 13. .NO. par. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1916. THE IKMANAPOilSSTOAY STAR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES «~A(jate Type: 1 time, per lire, « cents daily; 7 cents Sunday, except Male Help Wanted, Female Help Wanted, Situation Wanted Male, Situation Wanted Feir.ale, Rooms To Let and Board and Rooms Wanted, under which classifications the rate la 1 cent a word, both Dally and Sunday. . DISPLAY T Y P f f i j H cents per agate line, week days; 7% centa per agate line Bundaye. OUT-OF-TOWN ADVERTISERS-- The Indianapolis Star agent In your city will f be glad to receive your Want ads at the office rate under Sir headings, or, If you prefer, mail your ads direct to The Star. Adn may be given to your druggist, our tubstatlon, or phone 4000, Old or New; Hours for taking want ads: 7 «. m. 'to 11 p, m. daHy; 8 a. m. to 12 m. and 6 p. m. to 11 p. m. Sunday. THE WEATHER; United States Weather Bureau Special Be- port for The Indianapolis Star. ALMANAC OF 'THE DAY. Bun rises at... 4:38 | Sun Bets at ....... 6:45 WEATHER CONDITIONS. YESTERDAY. --Relative Humidity.-7 a. m., 46 pet. | Noon, 43 pet, | 7 p. m., 66 pet, --Precipitation.-Amount during 24 hours ending- at 7 p. m...'. , 0 Total amount since Jan. 1, 1916 12.65 Accumulated departure from normal · alnce Jan: 1 (deficiency) 1 '.. 1.31 --Temperatures.-1 A.m 59 | Maximum '... 82 7 P. m 77 | Minimum ........ 63 --For the Same Date Last Year.-1 a- m. 52 I Maximum . . . . . . . . 68 7 P. m ^64 I Minimum BO · " CONDITIONS ELSEWHERE. MAY 8. KI/'--WANTED. WANTBD- IT'S ALL IN THE CUT OF..THE CLOTHES YOU PUT ON. Why not make sure of your appearance? SUITS AND TOPCOATS · to measure --. * ' \ W. G. SCHNEIDER 39 WEST OHIO ST. ^ BE-St-J-HE-VbU GET I N . , THE RIGHT PLACE. Atlanta ........... 60 , Atlantic City. . . . BO * Baltimore ...'... . . . .Bolse ...-.,....".. 52 Bpston ......... 48 Buffalo ......... H4 Chattanooga .^^. to Cheyenne . ..rrr ~ C hi capo . .... Cincinnati .. Cleveland Denver .. Des Moincs Duluth .. El Paso .'. .' Evansvllle . . Helena . Jacksonville Kansas City Los Angeles Louisville Miami Low. High. Pre. Weather. ..«?. 6fl 48 52 66 42 56 60 44 60 66 B4 56 61 Nashville ....... 66 Now Orleans 68 New York 50 .North Platte 58 - Oklahoma 64 Omaha ......... 66 Phoenix ......... so Pittsburgh 48 .Pocatello BO Portland, Ore.... 48 Rapid City ..... 62 Sacramento- 56 St. Louis 62 Salt Lake 1 Ofty... 64 San Antonio .... 62 San Dlegp B8 San Francisco... . C6 Sault Stc. Marie. 36 Seattle .. 46 Spokane 52 Springfield, I I I . . . -B8 Springfield, Mo.. 62 Tampa .......... 62 Tatoosh ,; 40 Toledo BO To'nppah 48 Walla Walla - . . , . 52 Washington ..... B4 WlllUton 4.6 . Yuma 64 84 78 80 82 6S 60 8$ 80 ' 76 80 TO 84 86 52 SS 84 82 f 86 84 70 84 82 84 82 . 74 94 84 90' )4 74 $0 54 84 64 . 86 86 86 66 60 64 52 '. 62 84 8 Lt ' 86 48 72 . 76 62 7S 82 100 Clear Clear . PtCldy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Clear .02 Cloudy .14 .01 .01 Cloudy Rain Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cleaj PtCldy Clear Cloudy ·Clear PtCldy Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear .Cloudy Cloudy Rain Clear Clear PtCldy, PtCldy Clear Clear Clear PtCldy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy Rain Clear 28 .Cloudy 12 oi 06 12 48 01 WANTED--Good first-class toolmakers, machinists and millwrights; steady employment. See II. L. Schwartz, f o r m e r l y superintendent Waverley Electric Company, at Hotel Washington, Saturday, 1 to (i and 8 to 10 p.,m.; Sunday 10 to 12 m,, 3 to 6 p. m. MALE HELP--WANTKO. N WANTI ·Assemblers, Machinists, Latin©,. Planer and ing Mill' Hands or Maclhine Tool Operators Drill/Press Hands. : .- · · ; ~~ / Steady work for men off ability. Rates, 3Bc to ; per hour for. nuachinists. ADDRESS -F. G., LOCK BOX 5fl7 7 DAYTON, 0. MAI.K 11KIJP-- BUSINESS CHANCE-An Established Manufacturing Company Branch Office in Indianapolis Is organizing sales force to place their prod- .ucts on-th,e market In this state. '. ~"~ Representatives of the company-can. make two profits on every sale, as we give' them opportunity to share In the dividends of the company. This plan Involves making an Investment, which Is governed by the size of territory In which you wish to work, the smallest amount being $125. ,, In making this Investment you are amply secured by assets over which you have absolute control. No other established company manufacturing Similar goods ever offered Its representatives' such an opportunity to share in Its profits. No matter · what your past experience, If you. are a salesman and have a little money to Invest, this Is your opportunity to establish a paying business, either In your community or elsewhere, with a l i n e of goods that will continually repeat. The proposition will stand rigid Investigation. Wrlto for further particulars for Interview. Address L No. 780, Star. For railroad work; open shop conditions; highest \ynges: free board and transportation. Apply all day. Room 0, Pair Building, opp. Union .station. ANY Intelligent person, euner sex. ot good education and business ability; must be able to i handle correspondence and write a good business letter. An opportunity to start a small but profitable ma!! order business in your own home or office; good for S100 a week when established; can be managed In spare time, evenings, or as a sideline at first; grows rapidly, fiend for particulars, HEAGOCK CO., 856 Heacock BillIdjng,Lockport, N. Y. WA~NTEfD-- ' , CREDIT MAN · A local Installment house desires the services of a young man who has had experience In this line; 'must "be' accurate, of pood appearance and* pleasing personality; please don't ansvver unless you give your experience In detail, salary wanted, age and full particulars. Address E No, 616, Star, WANTED--'BOYS 16 TQ 18 YEARS OP AGE, NEAT APPEARING. APPLY MONDAY MORNING AT 9. SUPERINTENDENT, FOURTH FLOOR, THE WM. H. BLOCK CO. PtCldy Clear Clear Note--Amounts of precipitation of less than .01 inch are not published hereon Observations taken at 7 j. m. Day's Siatistks BIRTHS. Charles and Jennie Nanta, 240 TrowbrldKe boy. ' .William and Genevleve Walker, 1134 North Mount, girl Thomas and Emma.Betzner, 1020 East Nineteenth, boy. Perry and Augusta Templlii, 246 Kansas, _glrl. _ . 1 " ^MelvfiTlna, Anna'Hy-Darger, 611 Birch, girl. Reuben and Lillian Morris, 4202 Graceland girl. Jesse and Myrtle Robinson, 830 West Eleventh, boy. - · * Clark and Lula Sates, 832 North Keystone, boy. : Jerome and Daisy Flanders, 4850 Gullford, - boy. Walter and Va'da Lock wood, 1926 Jones, boy Abe and Rachael Lock wood, 1926 Jones boy Ernest arid Emma Satterfleld, 1153 Roosevelt, girl. Jesse and Lillian Westmeler, Methodist Hospital, boy. MARBIAUK LICENSES. Thomas J. Suite and Grace M.' Jones. Noel R. Gwlnn and Lillian B. Tyler. Henry P. Smith and A n n a M. Llehr. Roy AV Rorer and Gay, N. Edwards. Hoy Wood and Mary B. Vest. * Fret). J. fih'lreman and Margaret Marsh Fred Shlnkle and Helen Wrightsman. £a«U.U;. Anderson and Lucetta C. Le'a John B. Wlckard and India L. Powell. a e e r s Jack Schmidt and Oarr-le M. Oaks. Charles Fosso -.and. Antonia Velona. , · Pinkey T. Green ,juid Hfesler Weaver. , DKATH8. - Addlson. Rogers, 70, 1110 Tecumseh; post operative Infection. , , ·Peter Moyes, 2530 North -Station; cerebral hemorrhaee, , · Katlo Sllger, 51, 1261 West Thirty-thlrd- _ , _ _^___^.^, _ _ _ _ _ _ Mary Cappllnger, 58, 469 South' Pine: carcinoma, · Francis Rellly, 8 months, 814 Olive; bronchial pneumonia. Zenade Murphy, .45, City Hospital; aortic endocarditis. Hester Jay, 32, Methodist Hospital; general sepsla. William Buell, 45, 430 South Alabama; lo- oar pneumonia. Charles Doncy, 68, 3345 Broadway; chronlb parenchymatous nephritis. HIGH SCHOOL ORATORS NAMED. SHELBYVILLE, Ind., May 6.--«H5hard Hall and Mian Bessie Miller will represent the Shelbyville High School I n ' t h e oratorical and reading contests~to be held at Greensburg In connection with the meeting of the East Central Indiana High School Association. 'Phey ,won their honors In contests here, for which the school board save gold, sliver and bronze medals.. Hall's subject is "Mercy That Condemns." Miss Miller read "Ole Mlstis," Both received gold medals. Other medal winners were Miss Pauline Barlow, oratorical, silver; Harry Marshall, oratorical, bronze; Miss Edlth Groves, reading, silver; Miss Helen J. Wilson, reading, bronze. Judges of the contests were -Miss Lola Perkins and H S. Gruver, Indianapolis, and E. C. German. Greensburg, STATE DEATHS. LAWRTCNCEBURG--WilIiam Emerson, a resident of Lawrencebtirg nearly thirty- live years, is dead at the age of 79. He is survived by two s'ons and five daughters. Burial will be at Patriot, the former home of the family. · ' ELVVOOD--Robert Davis, GO years old, is dead of.paralysis following a long illness. He had resided hero twenty-five years. SHKT,BYVILLE~-LemueV S. Gatewood, 75 years old, is dead of paralysis at his home near here. \Four sons, a daughter and a brother survive him. POSTMASTERS C O N F I R M E D , WASHINGTON, May 8.-- The Senate vhln afternoon gtoqflrmed the following- Indiana postofflco nominations, some of which have been haiiRlnK fire a lone? time: Daniel A. Rlloy, Greontown; Simoon L. Front, Orleano; Wllllnm F. Wake, Roanoke; Alden H, Baker, George- P. Dehoff, Winona Lalco. FIRST-CLASS tool and die- makers, lathe, shaper, milling machine, planer, 'scraper and grinder hands with experience on tool work. When replying give full particulars in first letter. P. Q. Box 777, Columbus, 0. Offers you the bent opportunity 01 learning any and every branch A of tno automobile business. W« assist you In securing poal- tlons. Our graduates are always in demand. Enroll NOW. 1417-1421 Southeastern avenue. Prospect B7»7. WANTED--A number of fairly experienced insurance stock salesmen; must be high class and have references. Call Monday and Tuesday morning. F. C. NORTH, Claypool Hotel. This bureau i» a "clearing house" for high- grade office, sales and technical men. It la oiir business to ,ltnow where the desirable openings are -- to know the exact nature of these openings and to put you in touch w i t h the position you are peculiarly qualified to fill. And we do it. BROWN OFFICE EFFICIENCY BUREAU. '· _ ' 210 'Hume-Mansur Bulldlng._ __ OVER 15,000 men and ·wotne'n wanted" this year (or United .States government life jobs, $85 to $150 month. Vacations with pay. No layoffs. Short hours. "Pull" unnecessary. Write Immediately - f o r free list of positions now obtainable. F R A N K L I N INSTITUTE, Dept. 83 O, Rochester, N. Y. : AN OLD LINE life and casualty company w i l l - i n s u r e you to the amount of $25 per week for tho very small premium of $6 per year, policy covering all forms of automo- bl'f accident. Address A. 8CHULTZMAN, 815 ..Lemcke .Building, Indianapolis. '"Agents wanted. WANTED--Reliable young man of good hnblts for bookkeeper's assistant arid general office work; must be willing, to work; prefer one with some experience In material business, who can ·' take dictation and operate Oliver machine. Address In own hand. P. O. Box 385,. city. ' : WANTED--Musicians for week's wip . to ' Nashville, Tenn. Solo cornet, four clarl-, nets, piccolo and flute, bassoon, three trombones, BBb bass; concert band work; read at sight. Ind. C. B. HARIIOLD, Bloomington, WANTED-PIANO PLAYER At once. Good piano player to travel with dramatic tent chow. Must be able to read and transpose. Good salary to right man. Can also use one good canvas hand. Call GIG East Noith street. . ,: WANTED-- Furniture workers, varnisher; also assembler on metal parts^ with some ' ' talacksmitning/ 1407 Merchants Bank Building. THOUSANDS United State* government positions open .- to men -- women, $76 to $150 month; vacations; common education sufficient.. 'Write Immediately for free list of positions now obtainable. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 95 O, Rochester, N. V. : FEW young men w.nted to travel; special work for railways; short correspondence course required; experience not necessary; must have $8 to start. For particulars address MR. J., No. 122 Fargo avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. · OFFICE HELP WANTED. . Enter now and be prepared for positions waiting. SPECIAL SUMMER RATE In effect June 1. Day and NIGHT school all year w i t h o u t vacation. SANDEHHON BUSINESS SCHOOL, nent salaried positions with mining companies in California, Arizona and New Mexico; postage for particulars and application. P. N. A. CO., Box 1424, Dept, M, Los Angeles. Cal. . · WANTED - Toolmakers and j WANTED-Names of men desiring perma- maehinists; lathe, planer, milling -machine hands, Norton and external grinders, Libby lathe operator, etc. 14O7 Merchants Bank Building. WANTED -- "V arnish rubbers, wheel stripers. KENTUCKY WAGON MFG. CO., Louisville, Ky. E X P E R I E N C E D salesmen, calling on factory trade, to sell our line of guaranteed products, exclusively or as a side line. THE A M E R I C A N T U R P E N T I N E CO., Cleveland, O. . t « , \_ ; WANTED--Several flrst-classlooTluid die makers on close accurate work; we have steady work at 60 cents per hour for "eonis- petent m e n ; no labor troubles of any sort and are not engaged In tho m a n u f a c t u r e of munitions; In answering state experience and when you can (report for worlc INTERNATIONAL MONHY M A C H I N E COM- f .ANY, JTcrre Haute, Ind. AGENTS--Enormous "p'rofltn: quick saleT; Cooper making $66 weekfy; sell "Kant- lenk ' rnfncoata. auto cotitf, - P a l m Beuoh suits; no capital required; we deliver and colled; samples free foi*" demonstrating. COMER MFG. CO., 13 Delco street, Dayton, O. . GOVERNMroN~'FpOslTfONsV~'Tbousnnds'of appointments to be' made. Free booklet telling where they are, what they p a y , - w i t h s p e c i m e n - e x a m i n a t i o n questions. N A T I O N A L CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE, 429 Bal- l'£.-J iu 'l d l"?' Washington, D. C. . ; w AN"TE D--¥i gh^i^rTn a^t o~H7il^rr o^i^rB for our. complete line trees, shrubs, ros'e'M, bulbs, etc.; no delivering or collecting^ can arrange exclusive territory; permanent po- w r l t e tultl ' for BUOWN « n , - BRp^IlCHfi_NmiSEJtlIEP,.Roohester, N. Y. : WANTED-- Partner, prefer young""maii""Tn my braknraKo offlce, tnlc« full charge of same; more mini than money; reference required; would-be businessmen need not an* EXC,H A N_Q K,_87__:B9 Id wl n_JBl k. WANTED -- Sto'rles, articles, poems, cfo~ Wo pay on acceptance. Offers s u b m i t t e d ; handwritten MBS. acceptable, ph-asc send prepaid with return postage. COSMOS M A G A Z I N E , 220 Stewart Building, Washlng- 'ED-- - ' W a l k t w o scj u nr as a n el save a .dollar on your trous^s at The Pants Store 42 W. Ohio, Near Illinois. WANTKD--Experienced machine operators for latho, grinders, J . L and B 0 screw machines, P J and automatic screw machines, tool makers, machine -repair men, internal and external tool grinders. WAKNER GEAR CO., ifuncie, Ind. TM W~A~N~T' E" JD-SEVE RALEGAR- RIERS FOR ROUTES IN OR NEAR BRIGHTWOOD. STUDENTS 'PREFERRED. GALL FOR /MR. OGDEN. CALL OR ADDRESS CW¥--_eiRCULA- TION_DEPARTMENT. WANTED--If them nro any unemployed stenographers In Indianapolis or t h e u l a t o they are wanted nt once at the E M P L O Y M E N T DEPARTMENT, f i f t h f l o o r , ' H o l l l d n y Building. · Ask for Miss Plckard. No- f«as or charges of any kind. We net-d any n u m - ber of young' men bookkeepers who k n o w stenography. The si-.hool, C E N T H A L H I I H l - NKSSjXHJjEOE, Fred W. Ciine, Principal. _ WANTED--Young men from the city or country to Iern the barber trade n n d accept positions. Boss bnrbera nave e n g a g i n g h e l p for tho rush 'yennon. Can prepare you In few weeks. T o o l s - I n c l u d e d . Wages Sut- ui'dHyn. An exceptional o p p o r t u n i t y . Cull or wrlto MOLKR I I A H B K R COLLEOB, 3O Kiist Washington street. \V"A N T E D-PUNCH"PRESS HAND, EXPERIENCED ON BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL WORK. INSLEY MFG. CO., OLNEY AND EAST ST. CLA1 R, SOLDERERS ON AUTOMOBILE BODIES. I R V I N -BOBBINS CO., M O R R I S AND DIVISION, * WANTED-- Learn the barber t'rnrie. Tri-City Barber College Tuition ?2B; tqols given. Catalogue froe, Strictly modern, electric maSiiago, hydraullo chairs. 309 East Wuuhlngton street. I n d l u n - ttpolls, Ind. . ' · WANTED-- A t once, two experienced news agents to run on I l l l n o l n C c n t r u l I t u t l r o a d lotween Indianapolis and I'jninithaiu; com- iilssioii basis; must, have bomi; good propo- ti'tlon. Apply lit onco to A'A'NNOY- I N T K R - STAT.B COMPANY, Matoon, 111. _ W A N TED ~ F I R ST -""CLASS LATHE AND SCREW MAC H I N E OPERATORS. NORDYKE MARMON CO. WANTED-- ffj TO 20 "STRONG AND~ RK- COLORED M E N ; GOOD W A G E R A P P L Y PIEL ni'lOH. STARCH W O R K H , DROVER HT«I!13T AND BELT RAILROAD, VARDH: UE your spare time to build up u mall order business of your own. We h p l n you start for a .share In profits. 27 opiiortunl- .HOTEL and restaurant help. Steward, $75, experienced young man. Kitchen porter, $25; board and room. Cook, short order, city, $15; steady. Clerk, $7; board and room, young man. Cook, extra, $5 a day, four. days. When _ Bldg. WANTED-- " ....... : " CYLINDER FEEDERS Competent on registered work; good steady Job for reliable, competent men. PRINTING ARTS CO., 77 North Now .Terney^ ^ DO YOU WANT a pot-ltion for life with biff pay, short hours and sure advancement? Then work for Uncle Sam. My free illustrated book DK-126. tells how to get an appointment. EARL HOPKINS, Washington, D. C, . ; WANTED-^CIean up ?450 In three months mirrors. I will complete formula for -JlT'any one can 'dcuthe work; big profits In your own towif* Address CHAS. W. WALTON, 307 Bicklng Street, Indlaiiapolla. . · ' : WRITE STORIES foT moving pictures. Producers pay from $25 to $100 each for photoplays. Interesting and fascinating. No experience necessary. Work In spare time. Full particulars free. A. H. BAILEY, 7523 Fort Hamilton avenue. Brooklyn, N. Y. ; WANTED CABINET MAKER. ALSO MOLDING SANDER ON F U R N I T U R E WORK. H. LAUTER CO. _ WANTED -- Telegraphers, towermen and signalmen, .open shop conditions, highest wages, free board and transportation; apply all day. RAY- CORBETT, ''Spencer 3ffQrCgf»a!!II«5Baina3qiegia3Xtgttj£*c3M«nm J WANTED'-- Stop dusting and wear~on cement floors, cure concrete, hard An -24| hours. Good money for painters and contractors. Address ODEN CARBIDE PAINT- CO., Odon, Mich. WANTED--Young man not over 20 years old living at home for work In wholesale house; must be fast penman and accurate In figures; $7 week to start. Call 7 a. m. 110 North Senate avenue. WANTED--Good steady harness maker to do repair work and make new work; steady work to the right man. Address A. H. TOWELL, Pennvil\e^_ Ind. ' W AN T E D~-^Wop.d 1 ~patt"erri maJters, nonunion, 14O7 Merchants Bank Building. WANTED--Men at once, INDIANA "BARBER COLLEGE. Complete life course 110; wages paid. Write" 320 East Washington. (or particulars. WANTED - RIVET HEATER. INSLEY MFG. CO., OLNEY AND EAST ST. CLAIR. TELEGRAPHY--Railroad, commercial; learn ftt home; shortest possible time; small cost. Address EXPERT OPERATOR, Dept. " Box_403, Dubuque, la., : I WILL help'you start an Independent business In your locality; no mall order scheme. LOAVREY, 109 North Tenth, St. Louis. ADVERTISING "dlsTrlDutoTs^wante^everT^ where; highest wages; no canvassing. Please write today. A. BEYLER, Plymouth, Ind. ; WANTED-- One resident and one traveling folloltor; weekly wages f no investment required, FAIRVIEW NURSERIES, Rochester, Y. B A R B E R w A N 7 ED slon; board and room included. Address W. T, KEEFE, Junction Hotel, Crawfordsville, Ind. HU8TIJSR8---$20 to $30 made weekly dis- clrculars, \satnples, tacking ADVERTISERS N A T I O N A L trlbutlng signs, etc. AGENCY^ Dept, C_4fi. Chicago, : W" A ~N~T" 1 D "-' F f RST"-"C L ASS METAL WORKERS. NORDYKE M A R M O N CO. WANTED--Men, lot's tailor to your mens^ ' ure two pair trousers for $5.75. CAPITOL PANTS TAILORS, 620 Century Building. ~AN~D CENTRAL RIVETERS' HELPERS. STATE BRIDGE CO., 601 BEECHRR. THE East WANTED--Htrong · boy for factory, HOLLENIJECK PRESS, 338-50 Mdrket,, _ ^ .___ · WANTED--White cook for flailing camp In n o r t h e r n Wlsc-uns'lii for summer months. Address C No. 300, Star.. : WANTED--A good colored hoy-to work In factory. PEERLESS GARMENT CO., 234 Weft Maryland street. WANTED---A good auto mechanic for re"pair work. 8, NELiaH. Hope. Ind. I VANTKD--IB tcama on Twenty-first 'just west .canal; ntondy work, $2CO MONTHLY; an Eastern .man nets .this amount each month from his advertising scheme. "Mall Order. Ways" explains this nnd starts you. 1 Write for f u r t h e r particulars. W. M. REYNOLDS, Lock Box 3, South _Otsellc,_N._Y. ___ '_ _ ^ _ __ : WANTED-- An kfea. Who can think st some simple' t h i n g to. patent? Protect your Ideas, they may bring you wealth, Wrlto for "Needed Inventions" and "How to Get 360, Washington, D, C, AT ONCK -- Men to qualify for motormen, conductors; Interurban- roads ' In Indiana; $70-$90 . m o n t h l y ; experience unnecessary; state ag«; booklet free. -Write manager, ELECTRIC R A I L W A Y S BUREAU, Syndl- cate Truat,_St. Louis, Mo. : W A N T K D -- Local and , -traveling salesmen everywhere; $3 to $lp d a l l y ; costs n o t h i n g to start. Pay weekly. Experience unnecessary. Write today. CHAULTON N U R S E R Y _ _ SALESMEN to place contracts wMth retail Flores for the famous Underwood Photo News Service; window advertising; liberal commissions. , ELLIOTT ' SERVICE CO., World's Toivor. Building, New Y o r k . . ; - ', : WANTED -- Boy with some experience In plating room, between ages 17 and 20. Apply plating room foreman, THE KEYLESS_LOCK CO., 1401-NWmnn. ~ F U R N I T U R E WORK. °H. LAUTER CO. EARN $25 weekly, spare time, writing 7or newspapers, magazines; experience un* necessary; details free. PRESS SYNDICATE, 319, St. Louis, Mo. . ; GOTORl^MEl^T^lCAMU?ri61^Br"tlVo7oUKh Instruction $5; returned If not appointed; particulars free. A M E R I C A N CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL, Washington, D. C. · WANTED--Accident agents, new policy, full benefits regardles of houso confinement. PRUDENTIAL CASUALTY COMPANY, Indianapolis. WRITE motion picture plays; $5b~"eachTcji^ perlence unnectK-iary; details free to beginners. PRODUCERS LEAGUE, 142 Waln- w r l g h t , St. Louis. : RAIIJRoXu defecUves .nee'dedT" ""$To^$ToO weekly, travel over the world; experience unnecesHary. AM.-FOREIGN DETECTIVE INST., lB7_Cliemlcal, St. Louie. : MEN to qualify for firemen and brakemen, all railroads; beginners paid $100-$120 monthly. R A I L R O A D R E C R U I T I N G STATION, 122 East New York Btreet. ; WANTED--Reliable young man abouTTs- years old to work in stockroom, IIOL- COMBJfe HOKE MFQ. C0._ WANTED--Tailor, a'll-round m a n ; "good chance for the right man. Call at 308 Indiana avenue. WANTED--Mechanic to go home with clean lilt in cl c * *"W7l* lr»" ir\nn i1 !·,«««. # u «,,, _ i ^. hands. "Whiz 1 An dealers. soap cleans them clean. WANTED--Experienced real estate "man ns partner; will open ofllco and finance, dress C No. 400. Htiy. A d - WANTKD-- Clean .beds. lOc and IBc; hot running water Pallnade^j!26 Adelaide. : WANTED-- Paper hangers, with or withmTt Nortli State. our ad on sport pai?o today. WANTED--Wagon blacksmith helper. 202 Kentucky avenue. WANTKD--Two men to wash house outside. _ Washington 177». _. . : BHOE MrONmNGrcalled^OT^Mi^TflTivonsd," OREGG, THE GARMENT CLBANBB. START a business for yourself, whole Or spare time; sex. ntre, location I m m a t e r i a l full particulars of over SO o p p o r t u n i t i e s for stamp, PFLEGER BROS., Hackensack, N. j. - : SECRET SKIlVICB--Amerlnaii, trnvell'n^ · arid foreign; reliable pcrsonH I n t e r e s t e d mov send cond.deiUlal personal partlcuIarH'to pislrtci Secretary, ASIATIC PACIFIC San^ Francisco, jfal. . YOUNG man; good propoHHio'i~wiTi~no71n- terfftre with regtilnr work; n.o In vestment experience or canvassing r e q u i r e d ; good for SZTi to $30 per month. Address 314 Lyceum Building Pjttsburjrh, Pa. :' : LEARN tp collect Tnoney; "good "iiiconie; quick i-psHlts; interesting and l i i B l r u c t l v e booklet. "Skillful CollectinK," free NATIONAL COLLECTORS' ASSOCIATION HO A n k r u m street, Newark, O. : N . O STRIKE -- Honest, "sober ~ ~ , whore for firemen, brakemen, baggage- en; $120 m o n t h l y ; p r o m o t i o n ; experience nnecessary. (I.')G R A I L W A Y BUREAU, Kaat^St, Louls,llll ________ ;-. / -.. .i.IZ,".:.. WANTED-- Mnn ot f a i r ediK'ntlon "living. outside c i t i e s , to travel; experience unnecessary; salary $1S-. per week und expenses. A L E X A N D E R SUPPLY CO. Mor- WANTED-- Colored man and wife to live- |n furnished gara|?e room on North Side; good -.vages to wlfo to do general housework for owner's f a m i l y ; man and wife only. Address C No, 29C, Star _ _ _ ^ WANTED -- If you w n n t powitlon us fireman, brakeman,. rnotorman, conductor or coloretj ileeplng car porter, write now; namo posl- :lon wanted; experience unifnccssary. R A I L WA_Y_ INSTITUTION. Dept. 1, IndlanapollH LEARN BARl^ER TRADE TORH'S S A N I T A H Y U A R H E R COLLKOE, 472 W. .Wan*". Jobs guarnnteed. Eai'n w h l l o learning PERSONAL INSTHUCTIQN. RAIL.WAY mall tind postal clnrkji. examination soon; prepare at homo; wrlto for plan 180 of payment u f t e r appointment. PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS 'COLUfiOEI. Civil WANTED -- D l M t r l c t inaiiager In cni'li Indiana town of 10,000 or niorti p o p u l a t i o n . Address A M E R I C A N B A N K E R S ' I N S U R ANCE CO., Accident. D e p a r t m e n t , 1 " 815 Lomcka. TJulldUttf, Indlitriapolli*, Ind. MEN -- women wanted. Government Jobs, |7(!, to J1BO month. Write Immediately f o r - l i s t positions now obtainable. F R A N K LIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 88 O, Rochester, ·N. Y. : WANTED--Marrled man to work on farm, m u s t bn good m i l k e r and not u f r i i l d of work.; give. · references; no boozer; iileady work. Can use your boy. HETII '\\, I I A D - LKY, Hiulley, Ind. , "^ , WANTED--Four solicitors to wrlto ordera on our special iriagiizlnn club* It Is a winner; y o u r money eacb dny. Cull 7 to D a. m, or 1 in « p. in. A D A M S 218 K. of P. Building. WANTED - B O D Y M A K E R S . GOOD WAGES AND STEADY E M P L O Y M E N T, P A R R Y CO. WANTED--Qood farm .hand with experien~on", middle-age man preferred.; must be single; good job for steady man; $2!i per monHi year round, board and room. Address 3 A . - . . , DENTISTS wanted; ^~p7ator7 per month. t o » T 7 0 C. H. LIETZMAN. CANTED--Every man find boy .Interested ' In baseball, and who would like to-become a. big league player to wrlto JOE T1NKKK 209 Schiller Building, Chicago , · BO'Yd, GIRLS-I \vlll send yolTl 0 f u l post curds for eaoh name and address of k o d n k owners you send mo; wend todav A.'.TAMKB;.Ja«onvllla, Jnd. . : DON'T be a clam. Cnrborio on ra~zor~stropH In no. fake. cents prepaid. . avonue,_HlgliIanidPark, Mich. ' TWO MEN in - rlence unnecessary ; salary and commission; stamp for particulars. WHOLESALE SUPPLY HQUSE. Bloomlngdale. Mich, ; Barber, this calls you 20 CARBONO Co. 150 Grove ' WANTED-- At once, night man at t h o Palm cafe,. Attica, Ind.;. must he and well recommended; no boozers need apply. · . - , . DETECTIVE-- Secret service; Inexperienced appllcnnts everywhere. Wrlto BERTIL- LON INSTITUTE. Baltimore B u i l d i n g Chicago. · ____ ' : CROSS real estate course;. 1 2~~c omplc te'~l'oT- Bons, teaching r-.u.\ estate, brokorugc, loans, insurance thoroughly, for Si. w W SMITH, Corglcana, _Tnx._ ._ . j A N Y W H E R E handy men can niakiT^JB money with our gold window sign l e t t o r n best on' cartliT SLANN' SIGN SYSTEM, Detroit. Mich. ; WANTED -- Walk two nrjuar« and nave a dollar on your trousers. THE PANTS STORE CO., 42 Wewt Ohio street, near I l l i - nois s treet.___^ ____ ^ __ WANTED 1 -- A u t o chauffeur!) get sig'"wo"o"k! ISarn whllo learning. Sample lensons free Write Immediately. F R A N K L I N INSTITUTE, Dept. 830 O, Rochester, N. Y. Ken Nu Sho Ad Today. VALUABLE i n f o r m a t i o n fjr m a l l ofder IJP- IflnnerB sont free. LESLEY A- KDWAIIDH, 1-1415 N. T h i r t e e n t h at., 'Philadelphia, Pa · WANTED---Hand Banders,- varnlDhern and finishers; also men for gluo room. H. LIEBER CO., HOO Marilson avenue. W A N T E D Y o u n g mnn for packing find shipping clerk, m u K t have had .experience in paint Jlne. Call 740 East North. ^ W A N T E D -- A few special BIIOR CAHUALTY, CO., Building, Indianapolis. ..Fletcher ~ tlOO- Trust W A N T E D -- - must be Htrong and 'quick to feed 'Excelsior machines. .JOHNSON EXCKL,SIOR__MKG. CO.,_750 West M a r k e t . WANTED--At once, Inside, wire m e n ; open shop; 4f cents per hour. SIEFFKRT ELECTRIC COvj Evansvllle. I n d . W A N T E D - - - M a n good 'ground horses. A p p l y 319 Hudson street Sunday or Monday;' ask for _MR. _W'[^ _ _ WAXTED--TWO painters. 30S N o r t h ~Ktato stroct. WANTED--AVagon and carrmgR painters. 202 K e n t u c k y avenue. WANTED---Three live salesmen. Call 402-4 Meridian Llfo Bulling. ,: WANTED--Elderly ma,n, good homo, Binall Call Monday.. 3015 Stntlon. , i W A N T E D -- A t oiuic, . H I X bench and six floor molders; must |ji fli-Ht-cluss meellanlcs; do not. answer uuleH.q used to high-grade work. ATtVAC MPO. COi, fcirme'rly Ainerl- ?an Rotary Va'IVi; Co:, AiidoT'flnn,- hid. WANTED"- LABORERS. INS£ LEY MFG. CO., OLNEY AND EAST ST. CLAIR. WANTED---Henlib ' a n d accident insuriinco agents; company old and rollable; b«^Ht policies; salary or commission contract. 923 HUU e__LK f^JJ n:! 1 d 1 n g. WANTED---Men nncf boys not umier^ia of age. K d u t b ICeytitono avenue .and - U e l t Rnllroad. Tako, Prospect car going cart F A I R M O U N T G L A H K WORKH. BHOJfl CLERK w a n t e d ; best storo. In nearliy county-Heat t o w n ; w r i t e f u l l y firm l e t t e r ; everything confidential.' Address "X"No."'"296 Star. i -- . WANTED~-Names of ambitious men. lit to 46, wlshliig to become Indianapolis mall carriers; commence $67 month. Addroas X No. 228, Star. - . . . . . .··; ?75 MONTH. Get g o v e r n m e n t jobs; men and women wanted. List of positions obtainable frrc. F R A N K L I N INHTITIJTE, -^y^-.jt^ry^;jj^.j;- W A N T E D - - - A l l - a r o n n d c o u n t r y p r i n t e r ; dime Mdiidny If possible; phone lit our expense. MIDDLETOWN NBW.H, Middlrt- town, Ind. · . ·DOCTOR wanted, registered In Indiana., 'for nilvcjllslng. mndlctil ofllco; experience and good habits eHseiitial; t e l l all In f i r s t l e t t e r . M.JL KRAU t H; Oen. Del., K v a n s v l l l e , ~ Ind.: WANTED -Tailor; m u n i be m-Ht-ciuHs', steady work. -'(.'.. O. D E A N , 25l.'t West Washington. Call between i i i H O and 10 thlx A N T E D - -- Men only that wenr trousers to come up to C A P I T O L PANTS TA1LORH, 620. C e n t u r y Midi;, WANTED--.Solicitor; liberal G;)7 M a n s a o h U H c t t K avenue, F. DJSCKER'.S ROOFINC C O M P A N Y . CYLINDKlT Pf(M,S,S ' J C E K D K R ; apfily of once. T1I1.0 C O M M E R C I A L P R I N T I N G AND LITHOaRAPH. CO., A k r o n , O. W A N T E D - - - H o y for work In d r u g stor'i. M O R R I S O N ' S DIUIO STORE, 4 2 n d and College. W A N T E D -- E x p e r i e n c e d wood t u r n e r . Apply A M E R I C A N SPECIALTY CO., 311 Knst S o u t h street. W A N T E D - 6 "PROTECT .Sec Nu ..Slio Ad Todiiy. T(ili PHEHK F K K D K R i . n p p l y H t once. TIUC C O M M K H l . ' l A L [ ' H I N T I N G A N D L I T H O G R A P H CO., A k r o n , O. W A N T K D - - E n g l n c c r who can fire o n ^ w i w - dUBt nnd K h a v l i i K H . A p p l y H E N T W O O D F A C T O l l Y , New P a l e s t i n e , Ind. W A N T E D - Experienced . p i i i n t f - r f o r wuguri SUM! » u l o work. PETER J i E K N D A. SON, 144 Kast^ M o r r i s . ' · WA\TEir T -7r\v7i~Tneir~7(M : ''"eri"(!Trl7: gii !·!??«! work; A p p l y M o n d a y m o r n i n g , 9(ij N o r t h M e r i d i a n . i W A N T E D - Pi'PSH f cede r.H for Job press work. Cnll 71'. West New York. MAI.K ^BIJ'--WANTEI*^ ^^^mW^^^^S^^AW^SS;^^^' ''/f ' · ',' f . '^ :- · ' , . I '-'. ' '·/';, Foreman tor latho department :;-. y, on production work. Must lie '·'; capable of handling men. --v-^^l*J r S v ^J5 LI ^- WANTED--Experienced grocery boy for dei fl Vo''' IT 15 " {1 Kllst Mlchlguii. Woodruff J o i n . W A N T E D - -Oood tmiin to haul Iumber7ca7l \ \ a s l i l n n t o n 1731, U~A N T10 D-- A tii 11 oi : ~ Aipiy~Sunatty~mor»Tl in,; 2019 Went W a s h i n K t o n , \VANTF.D--iKivB tlist-i.'lans mTichlh6~mon" A p p l y tho UDELL WORKS. WANTED-- V a u d e v i l l e p(irforniern~?or over" bind trtnt show. 707 South Delaware. : W A N T E D - C o l o r e d harbor, marrledT C U I t H Y , nrnenflold, Ind. W.IXTUD--Draftsman or tracer. 2073. Call Main 16 y e a r s . o r older, lj. W A N T K D , - Hoy.", A Y M K K " * CO. ' \ V * \ N T K I Tliri'0 or four oarpenters. BfloT U n i v e r s i t y avenue or cult-lrvlngton 81.1. WANTK.D--:EXPC!rlencert waiter. 'ts avenue. 542 W A N T E D - O n e good, flrst-clnss black.Mmlth · nt onon. 23113 West M I c l i l K i i n . WANTED---.Solicitors f o r l i v e n i o n t b i y jiay- ment m'ligaxino c l u b ; good money. Mc- OL'IHE, M1 L«mc.ko B u i l d i n g , WANTED-'-Phitf:ii press f f - u d n r H . " H A M P TON P R I N T I N G CO.. 117-121 West W A N T E D - - Hoys n r a n m . A p p l y W A N T K D ' Hoy w i t h wheel 59S or Xew K 2 X 4 . WANTP'.D- K l r H t - e l R drcBH 1 No. 316, to Hell -Spocdway pro- 488 I , p i n o k o l u l d h i K . HH metal -polishers. Star. Phono NoTfh Ad- W A N T E D - .-Two llrst-clORR houne palntera, 18Li N o r t l i , Merldlori, Monday m'oniln;,'.. W A N T E D - -Two u n i o n house painters. ( J a i l phono Prospect 4573. ___ ^ ^ _ .-. WAN'i'ED--Two goc/d bnishinen. 244~2 Cornell, i __ Vv r ANTKD---Short · order cook. BOSTO'N D A I R Y _LUNCI1, 3jt JackBon l'lai:t!._ WANTEb--Barbor. ~ V. I). PIERCE; May" wood, Ind. Martlnsvlllo car. /·' WANTED--Two first- class body builders, two- door hangers, two so I derers; mnst*=be experienced on auto body work. Apply at once, giving reforpiico. (U v AS-' OOCK BROS. MEG. CO., Mlmcie, Ind. J EXP E R I E N C E D I N TRAFFIC AND SALES W O R K , AT PRESENT -EMPLOYED, DES I R E S C H A N G E . REFERENCES G I V E N . ADDRESS C NO. 417, STAR. ; W A N T E D - Bookkeeper, tomtmrnrlly employed, - experienced In double entry and u p - t o - d f i t e ofllco mothods, ooiTcspondenoo n n d collections; good roferencen. Adrtreas C. No. 308, Htar, . W A N T K D -- S i t u a t i o n by TraHnotltrt^fTMab7f- I t y nnd n*pe«l«ineo, union; picture houirn, ciifo or resort preferred; In or out of olty, Address X No. 281. .Star. _· j AT UHIOItTT--Itainninrmati on automobile body · · ec 277, Star. _ WANTKD---PoeUlon oa nii|iorliitiindent of Hiirl)t, wator or Ion and do · own repair work; cnn (rive bndt of reference. Addrena I No. 317. 8tnr. . . WANTED--SalOHnnvn of lonu cxpinrlenae d«- Nlren to looato po'nnaiiontly with r«tl«ibl» floncern. Addrtwii C No. 3B2, Btar. "- : W A N T E D Position ""in iaotory~""waBhinif IIKIII'H hnndii. getting thorn clean. Addrcus "Whist"- now ut all For riiliroiid w o r k ; opin slittp coiidltliniM; fr#o luiufil and Iritii.'iportulloii; A p p l y n i l d a y . ·BEARD AOENCY . ·Room !, Fair M u l l i i l i i R . opp. Union station. Stop, Loo kr-- Listen! Then you w i l t IUIDW IT IS T I M E TO HA VI-! V O t J U . . ; · O L D P A N A M A Oli STRAW II . A T - CluaiiRtK iind hloi'kcul In tho liitoMt stylon. (/LDllATS M A D K N K W BY THIfl , Phono Main 2330. 40 Wont Ohio si. R A C T i C A L HATTERS Out-of-town pout orfta'rn tnko'n ciirn of. A L L W O R K G U A R A N T E E D lathe, planer, boring; mills; .steady work ; good pay. '.Apply OARRE r lT, Uooin 111 Ctmrtland Hotel, Kokomo, Ind. . '' ' WANTI'!I---Sriln'r, nxp«rlMioiil n i g h t 1 limn to wash rtnllvcry earn In K H f i i g c ; sdimly podltloii. A p p l y Monday, GctM-ml . Hup* 1 ! 1 i n l c n d i ' M l Tllli; N K W YORK. HTOHW. W A y r E D - ' - A - l uutn'molilli 1 repair m a n . W i u i t one H i n t him hiid f x p n i ' l n n c n In o l f M - t r l i ' i i l 6(|iil|)ineilt. 11. !«!, WATTS, r.Kun.H|frt, Ind. , · ' WANTED-Stoclt boy, .10'yeai-K of of)e, J'or our house f u r - THE STAR STORE. A N V H O I ) V , m n liii'iviini' t h e i r Incorno J.10 t -. .$ilO .ivi'Mkiy'.-iiDni'' 1 t i m e , .rulsliiK- In cijUfti's. H h n d n , lioxfH. HucoiiHH l''riM' I l l i i H t r n f c i l liimlfiel." I I I H A M D A I t T o N , ;i:i;i W -·«!. r o r l y - c l B h l h Hired, N n w York'. : W A N T K U -- Youiii? man M t f i i O B r i i i ' l i ' i r h' 1 - lu'i'cn I X and lid y e a r n , who In yood on thfl typ.'-'Wi'ller and f a i r In ( n i l I UK ( l l c l u t l o r i ; HKitn jillicffH (if f i n j d o y i n v n t . Aililri'Ht) C No. 432, SJiir. · : W A N T E D -- K i i f ; l n e r ; noli»r, I'ltllnblii, n l i f l i t (!ii(;lnfifr to · opnrut* t u r b l n o iinrl l l n h l l i i i r pliuit; town l!i,00»; j/iust glv". rerojii/iiniida- tloiifi, o'xpi'rl'inco i t n d ' H i i l u r y nxpoctt-d. A d - dn'HH L No. 787, Htar. DKA1'"J'IN(I; youtiB m n n to learn miulii'cnr- . liiK and u i T l i l t n c t u r a l ill i i f l l i i K ; M i n i . ) H i i l - nry )xpi!t«d;" Klve phono . ii'timber. Addi'i'iia L No. -78(1. H t n r . - ' . . . . · ___j_ i f!(5 M O N T H L Y f x t r n liny employed, pftr.ton, ' w i t h o u t Iii1erri'.rrli)g. r'K!il(tr Work. I'o.'d- l l v f l y no c i i i i v / i M w I i i K in 1 Inveiilitiiint. K, M. CO., I 4 « L ' HroiKlwuy, N. Y. . j H E L P 1 W A N T E D -.- -(Jo'rid wooclworkiutii ciipa- bli' of w or III UK «rt f u n e r a l c.jr Ijixlliui; Htoiidy J o b f o r r l K h l m e n . K N I G H T K T O W N n t ' O G V CO., K n l B h f s t u w i j , . (lid. ^ Inilldlni: i n i i t e r l u l ' f n i i i l l y , Kxp«rl,onc« 320, Slar, w o r k ; .ten yearn 1 anporlflnoa; onfl- pleuo rrur sent « specialty. '' Address C No. ' t W A N T E D --Hooliltonper, compoteitit, sTciidy" t h o r o u g h l y nxporlonced. Addratia C No. 270, W A NTH! l~ Situation; grawr clerk; yotiHK mini, IDUH oxiiflrli'iicoi; flrHt-clnsn bunlnenn u b l l l t y . Call t'roapect »B». : )iouii(U'loanii ~ wlndiw by oxporlomicd man. IB, B. , 433 T-ulodo ntroot. W A N T E D -- By yoiiiiR man, nssliitant book". k«HH«r or clerical work of any hind: n. h u s t l e r . ArldrnBH (; No. 2U4, H t a r . . · -- · :' WANT1QD-- My reiilntcVed" "rtniK oiark,"" "To yi'ani' exiieilntir.o; Dtfludy ir relief, Pros- ptmt. 270(1, 24(1 Wont Morris sti-not. : W A N T K I ) \'iumr man wiintH chaiUwT to malm (finiil; hmidy w i t h tools; repair work profeiTi'il. AddreiiH C No. 40li, Htiir. : W A N T E D ..... An buokltenpor. tlmnkcnpn"" or m a t e r i a l c l u r k vyltli litilldlinf^iTTiilriictor; nxpiirlKiieeil. AddreHH C No.' 41(1, Htm 1 . : W A N T E D For liottiio h u l l d l n r ? iind l u p n l i - w o r k . - C a l l F. M, H f l O V A T I N , 724 N. W n r n m r i - n v c n i i o , iir x phono H i M i n o n t 9fiS. .: . W A N T I Q I ) . - -Pnsltion In «oal yurd ; h»v« had four yearn' expurloiico In ofllco and yurd work. A d d r e w H C No. 419, Kt'ur. ; W A N T M D - -- My an old onnmutor, ' Addrnss C No. 412, H t n r . ' : W A N T W D - -CliuufTpur for Fnr Olty deiiv- «ry; rcfAraniio, Woodi'iilT fill 2 1. W A N T E D -- lly .ulmufl'n'fll', colored; can ra" . pair earn; re'fei-Hiion. , I'hone [3of-lt. W A N T I O D flood mun n n d w l f ? .w.nn't work In l i r l v n t o 'iinilly. Kill Hrookor ntrooi. : W A N T E D --Dntl'lHDiun ppnn J'or nn ..... in. A d d r i - S N c No. .|(I2, Slur. . MAN AND WIFE want n l t i i u t l o n u* cook. I t c f r r e n e O H . , 7 l ' 4 f i - l | N l l W . -': · : W A W M D ' I'osllloii by DtornHn battory !» " port. Add.rnnH (; No. 275, Star. " : W A N T K D -- Hltualloir as lioiinekee.per, maniu 'K«r or w o r k l i i K , or compatiloii; im lium- dry, nit- iilijiictlnnn to t r n v o l l n i f ; nulury, $-lft por inoiitl) and v x p n t i H O H ; priifnnibly with a w i d o w , .Artdronn (':. No. 2IIIi, Htur. · : W A N T E D - H l t i u i t l o n In city by middle-aged widow and diuiKlitor ifi yoiu's of age an houHiikcnpiir; li«nt of reforuiicuM '· fin nl.'ilicil A d d r r H H M A . K Y G K A N G E , 887' Wfintorn avfl- iiiic, Coiinunivlllo, Ind. ' · . : W A N T E D - U y cxpflrloncod woman with onn i-hllil, ad houBBltnopnr or nunie, country or e l l y ; glvn bout of reference ; Bpwuk Uernmn itlHi^ MUH. J U L I A H A U H E H , Losiinsport, Ind., 1017 llooren. MtrnAt. WANTISD-'liuunnkonpor for gRiitlnman wTth B«bd convonlnnl home, by widow of ref i n e m e n t w i t h daiiKhtur, ago (I. IlefnrencnH itxchaiiKoil,. W i l l leuvo town. AddreHd L No. 7«a, Htur. ' ' · ll -A yotiuff woinan, nnlloff*- eiiiita- deslre.H p o H l t l o n an Mocliil Hiicretary or tnivoiiiiK iiom'piinlon; Rpnukn (lerman, l''l'eiieli; lil((heid I'fiferonecs. AddreBH 8EC- H E T A H Y , 400 I^eiiner U u l l d l i i B , Chlvu^n, I I I , : W A N T E D K H i m t l o r r a«. cook durlnir mini" mm- H«(tson' In camp, '.holcl 1 or-famlly out of town. '3 ;io Wem T e n t h , Phono 1990-K. L O U I S E M1TCHIOLL. . boolt- r o f n r - , W A N T E D 1'ofllllon liy «!xpei-|inced Heejifir; la yeuri?' nxpijrlciKMi; A I c'ni'iiB. . A d d r u s s C No. 25'It. Star. . W A N T K D r - H o U H e w o r k , h.v w h l l n wo'inun, prlvalo-fnmll.y. a l e n v e n i i i ' . itnd W A N In coal ' and" n t i i l i - ' Hi/.e of. Adtlre.TM I No. TICD--Mold«r for to l»-av« c i t y ; W A N T E D - HoiiHoki'cpor' In a wldower'n homo by n l d e r l y lady. IndliiniipollBi It It. 4. ,1, LIGGETT. : W A N T E D -'-Colored, woman of tratt)o(I~fix- '·' pnrlftiii!!) w i i n t H p o N l t l o n aw muld or gen- 'al, 1 ' No., r.SB WoMt ' F w e l f t h Htroet. ·' : W A N T E D --NiirHliin, conflrieW!*Hlfi ii.flpeclaL ty. (.'all or ivrlto H.'lfi Sfiniaii tt'trei-t. W A N T E D ..... Luuiidreiis 'wants wtishingH lo brlni; lionif..' Circle 211, ~~ ·- · W A N T E D · · W t i H l i l n i r R t o briiiK homo b y ex- - iniiiiii-i'.nn. North K7M. by day or week W ' A N T K I ) H o u n e w o t l t Phone 4 I J 8 7 - K , W A N T E D ·VExpt'-rle.Mffirt on flnn dresHinak- l;i«. W i l l HI-.W }iy luy, . Circle SB37, m i i l l p u b l A works ; m u s t havo good iTiont. ee.s; u t a t e »«" iind plnccH of . A d r l r e t i d C No. 4.11, Htar. W A N T E D - - Experienced c l n i i l f f e t i r In operat- ' Ing a Kurd d e l i v e r y c u r ; ri'fcrc.ncn rft- rjulred. L. H T l t A U H S Co., 33 West Wu'iili- l i i K t o n . 1 W I L L P A Y . f i n y honest man up. to |BO m o n t h l y for part of njmro Ilimv No can v u s s l n g ; no .I'.'.pllnl. . . W r l t o t o d n y . VOOR H I E S , Desk 42. Oiriuha Ncli. / ' W A N T E D Tcleffnipli'TH. rx|orl'*iic(d,' opon shop condition'!; l i l g l i p n t wngen.' A p p l y a l l day. B E A I I D A ' i - E N c y , l i o o i n f i , Kali- J l u l l d Ing,. oppoHllr; U n i o n S t a t i o n . W A N T E D - -Young man 18 j'ffini old for gnn oral clerk In office to It-urn real r o t a t e h t i H l i i i - s i i ; i n i i K t bo hli(li school graduate. H C H M I D A- S M I T H , 130 Must Market. W A, N T E D -- C y l i n r l o p ppess feedoi-. 1407 M e r c h u n t a B u n k B u i l d i n g . AT LIHEHTY--Haii)'inorm"ttii oti n u l o t n o b l l n .body work; ten ynars' experieneo;. one-piece" rear xe:at u B p o d n l t y . Address C No. ln P A R T N E R w i t h J f o cosh, half mteroflt poolroom, c i t y ; i;ood H v I n K In Hiimnifir time, lilif m o n e y hi winter tlnl:. Addrn»« C No. 214., Slnr._ __ ; W A~N T E D^ "-' DT-nTts i n an"; " *auT6 woi'k. 14O7 M e l - c h a n t s B a n k B u i l d i n g , W A N T E D - -A man Uml can sell n d v o r t l n l n g Kliai-e. Kor I n t e r v i e w address (' No. 281, Star, at onee. ; W A N T K D -- Kxporlencc.d concrete liiHpoctors w i t h p i i K l t i n c f l r i K t r i i l n l i i R . A p p l y t i l l ) M e r r h i u i l H H u n k Hiilldln*;. H L ' l t V E Y I N O w o r k ; w a n t youiiR man · who HIM line I n s t r u m e n t ;ntd do d r n f t i n g . ( ! u l l M a i n 2073. W A N T K D " - KxiierleiK.'ed h a r d w a r e packer, See" Mr., JJee.k, w i t h THE G I I J H O N CO., 4'» Norlli Ciipltol. W A N T K D -- Y O U I I K mini or w o m a n to wait, t i i b l o and iiKBlfit In house w o r k In p r i v a t e boarding hoiwo. ''(ill .'(116-K, M E N for d p t n c t l v n u , exrrrlo»«. u/m ))|(.;iHiint work,/" l i l K l i f ' H t wire's, excellent O p p o r t u n l t l f i M . Hox 4 4 8 /, A k r o f t / C h ^ : W A N T E D -- - E x p c r l n n c i i d ad sollcitOn; 1 city work. A p p l y 207 T e r m i n a l TfftftMtrti IJ\illdhiK between 10 nnd 12 Monday. . : W A N T E D - -Two U'.e niul coal wagon d r i v o r a ; good .lob's for Rood m n n . POLAR ICE it FUEL- Co., T w e n t i e t h nnd Nortljwostcrn, WANTEI.i-- A first -tiliisfl all a r p u n d j wood w o r k l i i K machine niitit, Addrcus X No. 3)0. Htor. 1, _ , .. '. ...... W A N T I O D - -Hoy,, 14, w i t h wheel, steady place; tiptop trude. for tho right boy. Ad_N,o. 2H6, Slur, ^ _^ _ ._ __. ______ XNTI'iD--- Hhorf (frdor cook; good wages; p o r m i m m i t ; lady or mnn. TERMINAL LUNCM, Munclo, Ind. W A N T E D Day w o r k ; colored. , North~7^T. PARCEL POST AND MAIL ORDER BUSINESS Records lOc. 10D Needles . Or. Tho motit w o n d e r f u l offnr ever made In a t a l l t l u K machine. Tho Ford plays any ulzs ( C o l u m b i a or Victor rr.coi'ds, 'also lOc records. E v n r y perwon who hnarB u Kord exclaims, "It'H u wonder!" J U K I t h i n k , price only 7So, mid KM: e x t r a for poatagd. Agents wanted. W. 'KOHD 44 N. uh '»_t.,_ Philadelphia, Pa. ; Tholr cauHo, prevention and homo treatment. Wrlto for f r e e book of Interest to any sufferer of K t o m a c h , A n d o m l n a l or Gall troubled Addrosa L. K. BOWERS. Dept. B-54. It Qulncy nt., Chicago, 111. SAFETY RAZOR lLADEB O0ARANTBHD. fllngfo edge, 25o dozon; double, 85c; mMU Inclonn price. SolflBorit, ranorn slmrponctf. TUTTLKDOn. 14 W, OHIO. ROOM 18. '·* ohnrpenefl better thnn new. 113 Mt'SICAL. P H O N O G R A P H RECORD^EXCHANGE New and lined, bought, sold, exchanged; cost less. ALL POPULAR SHEET MUSIC, Oo, V i o l i n , m n h d o l l n , g u i t a r strings. "BARGAINS" TCJTTLK. H W. OHIO. ROOM 18. SONCi POEMS w a n t e d ; unusual offer. Wo | compose catchy nnislo and help sell to reliable publishers. SONG WRITERS' SER- V I C E BUREAU, Merchants Station, St.. u.^xv.«.'.--Violin, mandolin, guitar pupils; JtfBtruinentB furnished. ' REX SCHOOL OF ' --;. fourth floor. Mnrlori Building. FOR TRADE-- Special built Vlctrola, dark w a l n u t finish, Uncut condition; wonderful tone; w o r t h $300; will exchange for grood t w i n motorcyclc._ Addreaa_c_No. __219, Star. KOlf"TR~ADiDP-6Tr "bunicFfor hoatlns and cooking, fully patented; best on market; lack 'of money nnd poor health; ownor will t'rnde. Addrea» 485. Marlon, I»d. penny, spray perfume vending muchlnos, new, for diamond dlso phonograph. CftH Main 8868. - , :

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