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TOURS & CRUISES ET Borne
you cannot find a inore comfortable place in Near the White Mountains. A retreat for Great success 1920.
New England than
nature lovers. Homelike and comfortable.
Wonderful scenery,rugged mountains, healthTEMPLE TOURS 65-A Franklin St., Boston, Mass. A Summer Cruise
ful climate, pure air, spring water. Boating,
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GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS Blazed trails to surrounding mountains. RelSEE EUROPE
erences. Terms $18 to $25 per week. Booklet. THE LANDS of THE It affords all the comforts of home without
HARRY C. BEMIS, South Chatham, N. Y. Five weeks with Prof. Otto Bond, Chicago
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The Fjords of Norway
High and Cool in the Berkshires tery of the Orient lures visitors Sailing direct from New York
A HOTEL OF DISTINCTION from all over the world to
West 720 St., throngh
to 71st St., New York Desirable Cottages with hotel service.
300 rooms, each with bath. Absolutely and visiting, also, Scotland, HOWE & TWOROGER, Managers fireproof. One block to 724 St. el
trance of Central Park. Comfort and Holland, Belgium and Winter Resort, Princess Hotel, Bermuda The quaintest and most interesting of all
refinement combined with moderate countries. Come while the old age customs
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" Outlook JAPAN HOTEL ASSOCIATION
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ton Square Send for illustrated booklet.
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Yachting, fishing, bathing, golf, tennis, including meals. Special rates for two weeks Rates for a single room without bath and with 3 meals,
ballroom. Rooms single or en suite.
or more. Location very central. Convenient
CHAS. W. KOKERDA. to all elevated and street car lines. $5-6 in cities and popular resorts, $4-5 in the country
22 Beacon Street, Boston
WHITE HOUSE INN
91 Elm Street, Northampton, Mass.
(Near 5th Avenue) application to Mrs. M. V. BURGESS.
40 West 45th Street Leisure travel, June to Sept.
Directly in the fashionable club and shop Open Junie 20 to Sept. 10. Room and board for summer. Reservations upon application.
ping section. Within five minutes' walk to all principal theaters. . A high-class hotel
patronized by those desiring the best accom13 Belmont, Northampton, Mass.modations at moderate cost.
Rates and map gladly sent upon request. and the
En route White Mountains, Mohawk Trail.
JOHN P. TOLSON, Prop.
ful summer home. Cheerful, large, airy
rooms, pure water, bath, hot and cold; broal Sailings Aug. 13 and Sept. 14
piazza, croquet, fine roads. Terms reasonable
Refs. exchanged. The Misses SARGEANT. For details write 54 Days of Byways and Highways
COLONIAL INN, Poultney, Vt. BUREAU OF UNIVERSITY TRAVEL
Among the foothills of the White Mountains
Three modern buildings with all improve15 Boyd St., Newton, Mass.
Historic English Inns
Elevation 1,000 ft. Home comforts. ments, located in beautiful village
in Green Mts. Fresh milk, fruits, and For further information about this
vegetables from farm. Attractive walks and unique lour write or telephone to
MERIDEN, N.H. "The Bird
drives. Mountain climbing. Box 0. J. F. CANN, Mgr.
WYOMING Conducted tours and independent travel to BUREAU OF UNIVERSITY TRAVEL the West. Send for our booklet “America 1921."
WYOMING THE TEMPLE TOURS
15 BOYD STREET, NEWTON, MASS. 65 A Franklin St. BOSTON
QUEEN MARY COTTAGE 607 Second Ave., Asbury Park, N.J.
An all season stock ranch. Good water, EUROPEAN TOUR 60 Days Running water in every room. Exceptional table. Telephone 449. J. M. KETCHAM. table, and our own garden
in season, fishing, With old-established Company. Select party.
and saddle horses. Camp OUTDOORS WITH Experienced conductor. Write for circular.
COMFORT in the Big Horn Mountains. E.D. QUICK, 488 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn,n.y. The ENGLESIDE Reservations all the year. Address
WYMAN & SONS. Shell, Wyoming. Hotels and Resorts
N. J. Health Resorts Grant's Tomb—the ever
Opens June 17. The best combination of wonderful Palisades-great DRIFTWOOD seashore features on the coast. Matchless bay | The Bethesda White Plains,
for sailing and fishing, perfect beach and bath
A private sanitarium for invalids and aged awe-inspiring mountains,
Bailey Island, Maine
who need care. Ideal surroundings. Address the modern conveniences, private baths with June 15 to October 1. Beautifully located a new point of interest at
for terins Alice Gates Bigbee, M.D. Tel. 241. overlooking ocean. Mrs. N. C. STONE.
sea and fresh water. Booklet. R. F. Engle, Mgr. every mile. Most delight
SURE RELIEF FROM ful inland water trip on
HAY FEVER Suburbs of New York Near Hudson
Easy access by automobile. Private home for the American continent
convalescents or elderly people. 5,489, Outlook on the finest river craft in Opens June 15. Private estate, 25 acres woods and shore. Folder. T. E. HAZELL.
ADIRONDACKS the world, the
LINDEN|The Ideal Place for Sick LUXURIOUS DAY LINE STEAMERS
Doylestowa, Pa. lan institution devoted to
People to Get Well
Keene Valley, N.Y. Wonderful location, "Hendrick Hudson “Washington Irving" Attractive mountain resort, 1,000 feet alti
the personal study and specialized treat in spruces and pines. Beautiful illustrated tude. Charming scenery ; pleasant walks and "Robert Fulton" "Albany."
booklet. $18 to $20. M. E. LUCK, Prop. ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity. drives. All improvements. Fresh dairy prodand “De Witt Clinton" (Newest Flyer)
Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to
ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D. Daily Service between New York and Furnished Cottages to Rent, with meals at Maplewood Cottage
(late of The Walter Sanitarimu) the Inn. For terms address E. S. DOUGLAS. Albany. Also ideal One-day Outings.
KEENE VALLEY, N. Y. Season to October 23. All through
HE rail tickets between New York and
The Heart of the Adirondacks. Mountain
BEACH, ME. Leading hotel. Fine climbing, golf, tennis and swimming near. The Van Valen Sanatorium Albany accepted.
location. All conveniences. Excellent cuisine. Nearest settlement to the famous Ausable Send 4 cents for literature
Yonkers, N. Y. Paycho-therapeutic trentComfortable and homelike. Golf, tennis, Lakes. Purest running water and dry, brac
ment for mental, nervous, functional dising air. $18 and up. Also cottages to rent, beautiful drives, bathing and fishing: Ideal Hudson River Day Line
orders and addictions; also receive patients spot for children. Booklet. W.J. SIMPSON. furnished, at reasonable prices.
needing care, with or without treatment:
Mrs. C. W. CRAWFORD.
booklet upon request. Telephone 0321 Yonkers. New York
TO LET, Furnished For the sum
mer, 3 large COTUIT, MASS.
rooms, bath, kitchen, elevator, maid service Boating, bathing excellent. Cottages. Ideal
157 West 57th St., Apt. 64. Circle 3856.
1362 Cedar Avenue place for summer.Own garden.C.D.Crawford.
First class accomınodations. Special attention Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y. to table. Comfortable rooms, all conveniences. 20 mins. from the beaches, 20 mins. Broadway
Hudson River by Daylight
The HOMESTEAD Elley
Douglas Inn and Cottages DOUGLAS Interbrook Lodge and Cottages
Pleasant residential district, 1 block froin
station. Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and A quiet, cosy little house by the sea. Opens HEWLETT, L. I., will receive young bath with shower, to sub-let from June 1 to
Oct. 1. References exchanged. 8,307, Outlook.
abil on to boord beth
SEAL HARBOR, ME.
A Little Old Farmhouse
Todet for moon 1927, comfortably furnished NEAR OLD BEDFORD
MANUSCRIPTS Nountain air, beautiful surround
NEW JERSEY ings; fresh eggs, milk, vegetables,
EDUCATORS, CLUB-WOMEN, ATTEN. fruits : arge, cool rooms; modern bath.
given in arranging Twenty five to thirty dollars per week. HERON ISLAND, ME. ON ORANGE MOUNTAIN and compiling at lectures and addresses to
for For Rent June 1 to October 1 For, , 2-story , 45 x 60,
any occasion. Guaranteed satisfaction. AdTHE MAPLES, Coudersport, Pa. Hearlyfurniphed commanding location. 12.500 Furnished House Mountain
dress Current Information, Brainerd, Minn. terms to suit. Cost $6,000 to duplicate. Photos,
all conveniences. High location, beautiful EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES A dirondack w popero Saramac Lake Coupons plans, McClave, 1 Madison Ave., N. Y. City board summer in retined
grounds. Within easy commutation distance
PLACEMENT BUREAU for employer and private family. Near golf links: Terms mod For Rent ISLE-AU-HAUT: ME. erate. References exchanged. 5,515, Outlook.
PETER DUFF, Orange, N. J. R. F.D. employee: housekeepers, matrons, dietitians, Seashore cottage, eight rooms and bath-room.
attendants, secretaries, governeases, mother's Price $373 (three hundred and seventy-five wanted-Adult boarders or convalescents.
helpers, 51 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass. Desirable place for family to spend sumdollars). References exchanged. Write H. F.
DIETITIANS, superintendents, cafeteria STONE Columbia University, New York City. Adirondacks n.Keenfor Rent. me. Comfortable rooms. Modern couve
Valley managers, governesses, matrons, houseNorfolk
keepers, social workers, and secretaries. met resort. Moderate tering. 5,459, Outlook. PEMAQUID, MAINE toilets, etc. Season Skov to $1,600. W.H! Otis:
, very ; bath, Miss Richards, Providence, East Side Box 5.
Boston, Fridays, 11 to 1, 16 Jackson Hall, FOR SALE OR RENT
Trinity Court. Address Provideuce. Real Estate
Finest estate on Maine Coast. Large Colonial ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW WANTED-Competent teachers for pnblic house. Ocean view, fine harbor and drives.
and private schools. Calls coming every day. FOR RENT FOR SUMMER MONTHS W.G. TIBBETTS, Pemaquid Harbor, Me.
Send for circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, CONNECTICUT
Located directly on Trout Lake, three mileg Albany, N. Y.
by good road from Bolton Landing, Lake TEACHERS WANTED for public and TO LET or season or year at Brookfield Pleasantly situated in a village
George. Entirely new. Built by present
private schools, colleges, and universities
season at ponma, bath, steam heater, electricity, orchard PORTLAND, a well-built house moderate rental.Completely furnished
all over the country. Walter Agnew, 1254 Ave.,
Amsterdam Ave., New York. of 11 rooms, with steam heat, several fire- throughout.
rooms (three bed rooms) and bath. Kitchen with
TEACHERS WANTED-College graduates Eastern Point, near New London places blurt and cold water in each bedroom, barn, one acre , will be a running water.
for all departments of schools and colleges. Ice, wood, and rowboat included.
September vacancies. Special terms for early BENT FOR SUMMER, large fur- great bargain and partly furnished if desired.
For full particulars address 4,511, Outlook.
enrollment. THE INTERSTATE TEACHnished cottage. 8 bedrooms, 3 baths, large JOHN D. HARDY, 10 High St., Boston.
ERS' AGENCY, Macheca Building, New living room, dining-room, pantry, and kitchen,
One of the best equipped
BERNICE A. DRYER, 15 East 40th St., N. links of Griswold Hotel. Apply to S. T. P.
country places in Dutchess County
Y.C. Distinctive service for organizations 224 W. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, Md.
and individuals demanding the highest grade
men and womeu in commercial and educa(known as Bristol cottage),
tional lines. The Commercial Department sup4 master's rooms, 2 servants' rooms, all large,
plies executives, secretaries, research workers 3 baths, fireplaces, splendid location and
and other office assistants for organizational view. INNES & CENTER, Agent, 30 East
or individual requirements. The Educational 20th St., New York City.
Department recommends teachers for public Remodeled. 7 rooms, bath, running water,
and private schools. Inquiries invited. SQUIRREL ISLAND, ME comfortable, unpretentious. Summer home HELP WANTED
To let, practically new cottage, furnished. or all-year farm; at Hillsdale, N. Y., 3 hourg
Business Situations located, secluded, fine ocean view. Price $200 garage, chicken houses ; fruits. $6,500.
SPLENDID clerical work opportunity, for season. Also 6-room cottage, $150.
MITCHCOCK, 45 East 55th St., N. Y. City. Spare or whole time. No canvassing, good Address A. A. SOULE, Augusta, Me.
Chautauqua Business Builders,
Jamestown, N. Y. COUNTRY ESTATE season
WANTED - 1,500 Railway Trafic Inspeccottage, 11 6 , priviHIGGANUM, CONN.
tors; no experience; train for this profession Jege, modern conveniences; moderate terms. Westchester County, N. Y. through spare-time home study; easy terms; To be sold at less than cost of house alone;
$110 to $200 monthly and expenses guarrooms, 3 baths, modern conveniences
lonial columns, 10 rooms, 2 baths, electricity,
anteed, or money back. Outdoors, local or MASSACHUSETTS hroughout: 50 acres and buildings in heart of
telephone, new furnace, copious water supply.
traveling, under big men who reward ability. lesirable picturesque Connecticut Valley up
Large barn-garage with four rooms. Five
Get Free Booklet CM-27. Stand. Business ande: beautifully appointed for ideal coun- TO LET For one or Furnished minutes drive to golt links. Five minutes Training Inst., Buffalo, N. Y.
Years .Ty home-accessible yet exclusive. Farm,
walk to swimming pond. Beautiful wood Companions and Domostic Helpers prchard, lake. A striking bargain, sale or lease.
roads. Will sell with about 8 acres for $18,000. Po mal estate agency involved. Photographs A Gentleman's Place of 40 Acres
Additional acreage if desired. Will also sell WANTED-Competent woman to care for und particulars from owner. Price $25,000. Within 8 Miles of Boston furniture in house including, Colonial and
child a year old, to go to Mexico City. Mrs. PHILIP W. PORTER, Higganum, Conn.
Italian pieces. Write Box 3, Bedford, N. Y.,
John E. P. Morgan, 40 Milton Road, Rye, 14 rooms, 3 baths, open fireplaces, large piazza or phone evenings, “59 Bedford Village.”
N. Y. Telephone 528 J. X BEAUTIFUL SALISBURY. aud tennis court. Also garage, stable and
WANTED - Woman, preferably middle 8 hours from New York, 8 rooms, bath, for man. lovely
14-room aged, in small family. Willing to do very Open fireplaces, pure water, electricity, water view. Will let the whole estate or house FOR RENT for Summer
stucco house simple plain cooking. Experienced cook not senting, garage garden, fruit. Miss A. M. alone. session Sept. 1st. Details with High ground, facing Hudson; ver as, sleep- wanted. A very unusual home for refined CLARK, 1142 Madison Ave., New York. pictures sent on request. 5,405, Outlook. ing-porches, 3 baths, fireplaces, electrical woman. 9.982, Outlook.
equipment; 2-car garage; 4 minutes from Park WANTED - Managing housekeeper in
Hill , . Rent $350 monthly. If family of good social standing. A lauy, capafully equipped
ble of caring for home, father, and two chilFully Furnished on Maside car, chauffeur, . 5,507, Outlook. dren, twelve and fifteen. No servant's work
in .; plumbing : high elevation; 1 mile from lakes.
expected. Mother engaged in outside busia month. Meals near by. 5,477, Outlook. Restful summers; verandas : fine views;
ness. 23, Outlook.
Toachers and Covornesses stove; open fireplace; screens; plenty fine Why stick around New York and pay fab- WANTED-Young, refined, educated woTamden, Me. Seashore and mts. com- walks, drives. $3,500, or $3,200 for cash. “K. ulous apartment house rent, when an invest
man (about 30) as governess for three school
ment representing an interest charge (includbined. 2 high-class summer cottages for K.," Mr. HOWARD, East Northfield, Mass.
children. Experience unnecessary. Mrs.
ing taxes) of $2,500 per year would provide Karran, 75 Fulton St., New York City. rent 2 and 3 baths, 8 and 10 chambers; garage; fully and modernly furnished. Illus. descrip.
you with a beautiful country home, located NANTUCKET, MASS.
WANTED- Christian man, teacher pre
in a park of ten acres, with magnificent Hudtkun. J. R. PRESCOTT, Newtonville, Mass.
ferred, secure boys on commission Maine Furnished Cottage. Ocean frontage. son River scenery in full view. The joy of
living awaits the man or woman who acquires $350 season. R. E. FARRIER, Ridgewood, N.J.
camp. Describe yourself fully. 9,932, Outlook. CASTINE, MAINE. -'Non-resi
this property. It would take fifty years of
WANTED-Teacher for first four primary dent owner offers charming year
grades. Experience essential. Excellent salary round or summer bome. 6 rooms, bath,
Manomet, Plymouth, Mass. varieties of trees, hedges and shrubs, and for unusual person. The Shipley School, Bryn concrete cellar: garage: near water,
$75,000 in cash to-day to erect the main house, FURNISHED SHORE COTTAGE
Mawr, Pa. golf. Furnishings obtainable. $3,800. Eatson Farm Agency, 489 5th Ave.,N.Y. to let or for sale: broad piazzas, electric
the gardener's cottage, the garage and the lights, hot and cold water, conveniences,
barns (all built of brick), yet less than one- SITUATIONS WANTED fireplace;
half that sum ($35,000) on whole or part pay; AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY HAWLET, Room 148, State House, Boston.
ment will buy the property. Could be sold
Professional Situations to purchase a small estate at
nished. For full particulars or appointment TEACHER of singing, with European trainglorious spot on the
sible, fine view, simply furnished. driven & CO., 7 East 42d St., New York, or Owner, position in summer school. 3, Outlook. MAINE COAST wen, 3 minutes to electrics. $150 for season.
5,473, Outlook. F. Bagnell, 5 Spring St., No. Plymouth, Mass.
TWO young physicians will take to Maine six boys requiring medical attention. 21,
an Acre. Stock,
FRENCHMAN, 36, of old French family, graduate Sorbonne University, banking and
stock exchange experience, also could connear Chocorua Lake and Inn. 11 rooms, 3
ect with important glove or faience indusbaths, boat and bath house.. Address
tries in France, speaking English, French, M. H. PAGE, Chocorua, N. H. I MUST SELL MY HALF ACRE German, and Spanish, having just arrived
in America, seeks business connection or New in the bowl of the hills at DORSET. You
teaching position, either permanent or temshould see it first in the moonlight. EDGAR
porary. Highest credentials. 9,996, Outlook. Hampshire PINNEO, 322 Pennington St., Elizabeth, N.J.
ANDOVER student, aged 17, would like
position on farm with refined family during For Sale, to Settle an Estate
Rent-10 Room Summer Cottage the coming summer. 9,947, Outlook. An unusual opportunity to secure a per. with running water, bathroom, broad ver
SECRETARY desires change of position anda, garage, sightly
location near quiet in fall. Business or educational. References. 13 acres with beautiful woods and manent or summer home at this delightful
Vermont town on Connecticut River. For 19, Outlook. and healthful resort. A 10-room house with unsurpassed view of the ocean and
LADY, linguist, experienced in social secremodern improvements. Convenient to the particulars apply to CHAS.
E. CARR, 5019
Pulaski Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
tary and editorial work, would give half day Mount Desert Island
services for board in country. Excellent de modern bungalow, well arranged and home. Apply to
references. Write Apartment 11, 160 Waverly J. ARTHUR BROWN, Executor
BOARD AND ROOMS de 6 chamber, 2 baths, toilet, gravity water
Place, New York City. Telephone, eve
New Hampshire soply. Abo 2-story house, well built, suited Rye Beach,
LADIES visiting New York, professional
nings, 1071 Spring. cottage or caretaker. Bam, vegetable and
women, students, transient or permanent, Companions and Domestic Helpers lower gardens, blueberry pastures.
June-October. Apply School for Girls, 17 East
YOUNG lady desires position 19 traveling Can dicide estate and sell houses separately.
companion, chaperon, nursery governess in IDEAL OUTING BUNGALOW Jw Ber has transferred his residence
FOR THE HOME
family of refinement. 9,956, Outlook. FOR SUMMER RENTAL
NURSE, graduate, sunny disposition ) od is offering this property at very
On Metedeconk River, near Bay Head; new, DOMESTIC SCIENCE. correspondence relatives, desires position. Lady on low price for quick sale furnished 6-room house ; 2-car garage ; hot courses. Good positions and home efficiency. man. Good traveler. Finest cred
Outlook. biy to Dr. S. J. Beach, 776 Congress Sl., Portland, Me. I and cold water. Address 5,487, Outlook. Am. School Home Economics, Chicago.
FOR RENT ung and paper For Sale - Rustic. Cottage House biomasenkent. Here are made
A Wonderful Bargain
AY as a flutter of butterflies and light as a zephyr,
these dainty fabrics instantly suggest a wardrobe of
ENGLISH PRINTS and TROPICAL PRINTS
Samples and Prices on Application
James McCutcheon & Co.
The Sea Library of William McFee himself a writer of sea books perhaps as good as any in his library, is as follows:
Tom Cringle's Log, by Michael Scott.
Two Years Before the Mast, by R. H. Dana.
Midshipman Easy, by Captain Marryat.
Captains Courageous, by Rudyard Kipling.
The Flying Cloud, by Morley Roberts.
Cruise of the Cachalot, by Frank T. Bullen.
Log of a Sea Waif, by Frank T. Bullen.
The Salvaging of a Derelict, by Maurice Drake.
The Grain Carriers, by Edward
Marooned, by Clark Russell.
An Iceland Fisherman, by Pierre
The Sea Surgeon, by Gabriele d'Annunzio.
The Sea Hawk, by Sabatini. It will be noted that several famous sea books are omitted, among them "Typee," by Herman Merivale; "Sailing
Fifth Avenue, 34th and 33d Sts., New York
Engel € 100
pictures, postcards.clippings in albums
of black, cray, sepia, and red gummed paper, Slip them on corpers of pictures, then wot and stick. QUICK EASY-ARTISTIC. No musa, no fuss. At photo supply, drug and stat', stores. Accept no substitutes:
there is nothing as good. 10e brings full pks. and samples from Engel Mfg.Co., Dept. 93-F, 4711 No. Clark St., CHICAGO
SOLD ON REPURCHASE BASIS
At a substantial discorint.
Send for FREE Catalog. ECONOMY EDUCATOR SERVICE, Inc. 1664 Broadway (Dept. 55) New York City
SITUATIONS WANTED Companions and Domestic Helpers
CHARMING American girl, European education, booked for concert tour next season, will become guest to woman of refinement traveling to Europe, Orient, or South America. 22, Outlook.
BELGIAN NURSE, graduate, registered in New York and Brussels, speaking French and English, wishes opportunity to accompany an invalid gentleman to Tahiti or some other island in the South Seas. 5, Outlook.
AMERICAN lady as companion-helper, fond of home duties, experienced in nurs ing. Capable of taking charge of correspond. ence. Good needlewoman. Best references. 29, Outlook.
GRADUATE nurge traveling to England will give services in any capacity in exchange for passage. 13, Outlook.
COMPETENT, efficient young woman, pleasing personality, experienced as trained nurse, school teacher, secretary, desires position for summer months only. Cheerful and has initiative. Will travel. 9,995, Outlook.
A refined American lady desires position as companion. Best of references. Address Box 135, Simsbury, Conn.
GRADUATE nurse wishes care of infant durug the gunmer. Country preferred. Can give best of references. 27, Outlook.
GRADUATE nurse wishes position in boy or girls' camp. Fond of children. 28,
Teachers and Covornosses
man, desires summer einployment as tutor WANTED by Princeton student, position
and companion. Would
be glad to travel.
High references. 6, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED teacher will tutor or
travel as companion References exchanged.
SOUTHERN college woman, tutor or com-
panion. Europe or Hawaii. Exceptional
references. 18, Outlook. UNIVERSITY graduate desires position as
EXPERIENCED teacher desires summer
DARTMOUTH Senior, Phi Beta Kappa,
desires to tutor in family traveling abroad or
dle June would undertake private commis-
15 East 40th St., New York.
girls or boys for pre- Write for selling plan, Carrier Department,
EXCEPTIONALLY fine stationery for
MISCELLANEOUS MISS Guthman, New York shopper, wil, send things on approval. No samples. Reter. ences. 309 West 99th St.
CLERGYMAN will supervise two or thre BOYS at his summer cottage, Cape Con Swimining, boating, etc. Moderate terus References exchanged. 9,966, Outlook.
SHORT COURSE IN NURSING in sma hospital for non-surgical and convalesce cases. Diplomas awarded. Only women refinement, intelligence, and high purs need apply. Particulars from Superintender Francis E. Parker Home, New Brunswick,
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME PO YOUNG CHILDREN. Refined and cultin father and mother would take into to home life a limited number of children fr three to eight years. Home influence ! interested care. Very highest referer given and requested. Guardians and pare desiring to travel for the summer invitei! correspond. Convenient to Philadelphia ain New York. Reply 14, Outlook.
FORMER teacher, owning delightful is acre place near school in New England Jage, offers best care and home training one or two children. Terms moderate. Red erences exchanged. 9.955, Outlook.
LONELY couple would board one or tw small children. Intelligent care in Christ home assured. S. E. A., Box 175, Wyandotta Mich.
ok OMAN of education and refinement, age
ires care of home and childreu. Excepreferences. 15, Outlook.
ONE OR TWO CHILDREN will be give home care for summer months by el enced private school teacher. Tutoru Miss Dorothy Hopson, Kent, Conn.
A friend who has been re-reading Locke's “Beloved Vagabond” points out 1 an error on the first page a reference Es to Canning's "organ-grinder who had no
story to tell." The allusion, of course, is to the “needy knife-grinder and the Friend of Humanity," a satire in which the tender-hearted philanthropist turns from pity to scorn when he finds that his beneficiary's “pitiful story" is merely one of the grog-shop variety and ends by saying to the knife-grinder: "I give thee sixpence? I will see thee
SEATTLE'S INCOMPARABLE HAR B OR
A photograph reproduced on page 161 of last week's Outlook, by Léonard Misonne, has interested many readers. M. Misonne is a Belgian, and during the years of the Great War his home town was in the hands of the Germans. His photographic work, thus interrupted, has now been resumed, and a few months ago an exhibition of his new prints was held in London. M. Misonne is known among his photographic friends as the “Corot of the camera," his photographs containing more than a suggestion of the delicacy and feeling that characterized the pictures of the famous French painter. The photograph was reproduced through the courtesy of "Photograms."
From published interview with PROF. COLLIER
an universal reputation as a student of harbors.
"Never have I seen such a harbor. On a tour there for opening a greal world
studying the chief harbors of the world what port are beyond comparison." - P. H. W. Ross, President National was meant to be a few days' hasty visit here Marine League of U.S.A.
has been lengthened into six weeks of intenBy C I CONOVER
sive study. Your harbor, unmatched on this Seattle's wonderful harbor - 194 miles of salt and fresh water front- continent, was carved out by glacial action age with no dredging, no fiNing, no pilotage, no towage-was not a less than 2000 years ago. Perhaps in 10,000 freak of nature but clearly a part of an all-wise plan-a provision for years your descendants will have to start a world center of commerce and industry
dredging just as New York, San Francisco It commands the most favish and other harbors have to today, but until wealth of vital basic resources as. sembled on the continent
then, do not worry. Your harbor will get It is the nearest Pacific port to better with the centuries. This is not true of the Atlantic Seaboard and to the Orient as well - and the nearest any other harbor in the world. ... American port to the vast wealth of Alaska.
"Nature must have ordained that here Tributary is one-sixth of the nation's water power and practically
should be the trade center of the Pacific and the only coal in the Pacific States It has the best climate in North
the trade center of the world within the 20th America.
century — here at the world's great crossAn advantage of 20 per cent in manufacturing costs due to climate.
roads between the East and the West, North Abundance of pure water.
America and Eurasia, between North and The world's health record.
South, Alaska and South America. The very An unconquerable force known differences on which world commerce depend as the Seattle Spirit. A peculiarly virile and progres
are more marked in the case of Seattle than sive citizenship.
in that of any other city on the globe... A scenic environment unparal.
Nowhere else is the soil so deep, for I have Seattle is in her early pouth. The found in Seattle's front yard glacial drift 900 big chances are ahead. There is pour pre-eminent opportunity with a new feet deep. Yours will never be a problem of industry, a branch factory, in foreign trade, agriculture, horticulture, worn-out soil. Incidentally Los Angeles may dairying or lumbering.
"shimmy" with earthquakes and San FranWrite for "Seattle the Seaport of Success" and lay your problem cisco may get another one, but Seattle, set on frankly before us
the deepest glacial drift yet discovered, has a shock absorber which makes the city im
mune for all time.” Seattle Chamber of Commerce & Commercial Club Publicity Bureau 903 Arctic Building
A too-faithful dog spoiled a film scene, according to a Los Angeles correspond
ent of a motion picture magazine. "George Walsh,” he says, “has a dogand a certain 'villain' is aware of the fact. The dog hangs around the set most of the time as a casual spectator. On this occasion everything was ready for the big scene. The heavy was to attack Walsh with a knife. Camera!' shouted the director. Like a flash the faithful dog leaped for the 'villain' who was threatening his beloved master and obtained a firm hold on his leg! And a perfectly good scene was shot to pieces."
Rhymes published in this column March 30 prompt a reader to ask: With the ball of his foot can a man
play a game? Make a strike with the bat of his
eye? Can he take a swim in the creek in
his back? If he cannot, I wonder why? When stopping to rest 'neath the
arch of his foot, Can he possibly come to harm By suddenly scratching the skin of
his teeth, Or stumbling into the pit of his arm? (an his bone of contention ever be
broke? Can he see through the pain in his
head? Why does his belt always-go-to waste? What's the news when his hair is
read? ! O fudge, I can't understand it at all! i
My brain reels, my hat I must doff! Why don't his eyes, when they're
feeling dry, Take a drink when the lid is off?