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marks you have given us a hint that there is some "art" to be had at this movie, after all. “Uncle Tom's Cabin" was art as Mrs. Stowe gave it to us, but scenically, as we have seen it!
So, to quote you again, “It is but fair to add that from the scenic point of view alone "'Way Down East' is extremely well worth seeing. There are charming pictures of New England country life, out of doors and indoors; a quite remarkable, reticent use of color in some of the pictures; while the effects of storm, of the breaking up of great ice fields, and especially of the crashing and fall of ice masses over a dam, are perhaps unequaled in the history of moving-picture production in this country." Why, that is just what we came to see. Again, to quote, “Looked at thus baldly, apart from the scenic effects, what could be less valu. able as art? One feels that there has been a tremendous expenditure of effort and skill in producing something which is worthless."
May I reverse the question? Looked at thus baldly, apart from the melodrama, what could be more valuable as art? I have never seen New England country life, indoors or out. I want to see it. I have never seen great ice fields break up. I want to see that, too, and "the crashing and fall of masses over a dam." I shall certainly go to 'Way Down East” if I get the chance. .nd I do hope Mr. Griffith will some ay be moved to make a movie of "Uncle 'om's Cabin.” Think of Eliza running ver those real ice fields (not canvas nes), carrying a real baby (not just pillow covered with a shawl), and we uld get a "close up” of the baby, ighing or crying! How we love the vie babies! igain we ask, What is art? If you | watch the people in any library ling-room for a few hours, you will that ten look at the pictures in ional Geographic" where one reads
Text. My life, like millions of others, has been circumscribed. Westward I have gone as far as Chicago, eastward to New York. And yet, thanks to the producers and directors and actors and Photographers and the rest, I have seen the wonders of nearly every land under the sun. I have seen the seas and all that in them is. I have had wonderful rides in the airplane, with most of the attendant sensations. I have been in battles, in wrecks at sea, have attended Peace Conferences, hobnobbing with the great ones of the earth. I have shaken hands with President Harding—that is, almost. I have become acquainted with animals and birds I never knew existed.
In our town we have the "Garden." The very name is restful. The decorations consist of latticework, with trailing vines and flowers. In the ceiling, which is high and domelike, are real twinkling stars. There is a large pipe organ. Originally it (the "Garden") was a church, and I think of it still as a church and I say, "Thank all the powers that be," that have accomplished this wonderful thing, not perfected yet, but greatly enlarging and enriching our lives.
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SPEECHES, lectures, and special articles REFINED lady, speaking French, Spanish who has two double rooms and sound eingle For Rent, Summer Season Marion
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Europe will act as companion to older wo-
COLLEGE graduate, experienced traveler, Lower 80's close to 5th Avenue.
$110 to $200 and expenses
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GRADUATE nurse, refined, sunny dispoot, Berkshires or seashore preferred. ALICE To Rent, MONTCLAIR, N. J. Trinity Court. Aadress Frovidence. ADUL, 1546 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich.
WANTED-- Lady of refinement and educah
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gentleman in mountains or at seashore. $65
month. Credentials. 9,802, Outlook.
WANTED-Young woman to serve as com- COMPANION Very capable, willing, modern improveinents small vegetable gar
cheerful. Would keep house. References. nall modern, year-round bungalow,seashore, den. Cheerful home for invalid. 6,136, Outlook.
panion to girl 7 years and boy 5 years. Ex-
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COMPANION or governess. Refined, edu-
P. S. W., 28 Orange St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
cated young woman. Would travel. Summer. FOR SALE
COMPANION-Refined, educated male for
16 rooms, in good condition, on corner plot, offers attractive home and liberal compensa practical nurse, wishes position as traveling
New York. Wide porches, open fireplaces, history, and references. 9,827, Outlook. AMDEN ON THE COAST OF
and traveler, speaking French and Spanish. trees, garden. Suitable for small institu
REFINED companion, generally, useful,
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willing to do light housework. References. Lease, Box 834, Scarsdale, N. Y. gham Point, on the shore. Apply to
YOUNG woman desires position as travelL. DILLINGHAM, 599 5th Avenue, N. Y.
WANTED--Man and wife without children ing companion. 9,812, Outlook. as caretakers on small country place in YOUNG English lady seeks position as
northern New Jersey. Man must have thor class summer cottage ADIRONDACKS For saleo-Fur.
cottage ough knowledge of the care of cows. 9,846Cross and Royal Army Service Corps. Cali
companion-chauffeuse. Four years with Red in heart of the Adirondacks, Keene Valley. Outlook.
fornia preferred. 9,819, Outlook. ar the sea and 200 ft. above it. 10 chainbers, For particulars apply to 5,115, Outlook.
WANTED— Mother's helper, between ages aths, running water. Living-room 34 x 16,3
of twenty-five and forty, for girl two and a
CAPABLE, pleasant, well educated Protsplacen, open plumbing, hardwood floors, A : half. Experience and references required.
estant woman desires position as companion ctric lights, garage. Also smaller cottage
To private parties (not invalids) fur-
to lady in home of culture and refinement. ar by. J. R. PRESCOTT, Newtonville, Mass. nished cottage, 8 rooms and bath, on Big Tup
Willing to travel. Highest credentials. 9,824, per Lake; high, breezy, wooded site; superb
Teachers and Governesses Outlook.
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MAN, 27 years of age, college graduate, por Sale, 2-story Bungalow, 45 x 60,
and private schools. Calls coming every day.
year's attendance in French Lycée, 8 months urlyfurnished; commanding location. $2,500,
Send for circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, with French escadrille, wants few months
engagement as guide through Europe, comms to snit. Cost $6,000 to duplicate. Photos, 18, MCCLAVE, 1 Madison Ave., N. y. City: Large, completely furnished cottage, linen,
TEACHERS WANTED-College graduates
panion, tutor. Can drive car. 9,839, Outlook. silver, etc., 3 bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, telefor all departments of schools and colleges.
SECRETARIAL companion, chaperon, Irished Cottage mo, to let for sumAt Isle-au-Haut, phone, garage, magnificent mountain and September vacancies. Special terms for early
with travel abroad, by refined woman. Know! valley views. Golf and tennis near. Address enrollment. THE INTERSTATE TEACH
edge stenography, music, language. 9,842, $250. 10 rooms, wide double verandas, M. S. LUDLUM, 1827 Pine St., Philadelphia. ERS' AGENCY, Macheca Building, New
Outlook. ter-front, 25 acres land, good well, excellent
Teachers and Covernesses king and fishing. Apply 5,131, Outlook. Santa Cruz Park Haines Falls, Cats
kill MtsRent WANTED -First-class handcraft teacher
. for girls' summer camp. Give training and FRENCH Jady, refined, experienced teachexperience. 9,804, Outlook.
er, excellent references, wishes position for For Rent-Summer Cottages
WANTED-Woman of refinement and tact.
summer. Chaperon, tutoring, private secreautifully situated and completely fur8. H., General Delivery P.O., Englewood, N. J. Teacher whose time is free latter part of day
tary. Would travel. 9,721, Outlook. ked for housekeeping.
and during the summer, or one who can do
REFINED. young college student desires
vote entire time will be considered, to assist summer position as tutor and companion to 8. WARE, 6 Fast 8th St., New York City. FOR RENT On LAKE GEORGE Furnished cottages. Golf, tennis, boating, mother in care of two boys of school age. No
boy or boys in private family. Athletic.
teaching except small assistance in lessons. Good references. 9,734, Outlook. runquit, Me. Beautifully furnished bathing, fishing. Meals at Club if desired!
Comfortable home and very moderate amount eleven room house ; liv- GLENBURNIE CO., Glenburnie, N. Y.
TEACHER in girls' vocational school dining rooms, hall, kitchen, seven double
of time required, but applicant must have would like summer work. Governess. Girls' rooing, laundry, pantries, large porches,
good judgment and natural aptitude for age. Best location. Superb views of moun
camp preferred. References exchanged. 9,764,
Outlook. u and sea. Season $1,200. 5,105, Outlook,
HOPKINS' Educational Agency, 507 Fifth COLLEGE graduate, successful boys' the pines, furnished. Open fires. Sand Avenue. Governegges, nurses, caip direcEMAQUID, MAINE
teacher, wishes position as tutor for summer. beach for children. $250 to $300 for senson. tresses, swimming teachers, housekeepers, 9,795, Outlook. FOR SALE OR RENT C.H.EASTON, 140 Liberty St., New York. attendants, companions.
WANTED-Position for the summer in est estate on Maine Coast. Large Colonial
girls' camp. Will tutor. Highest references. se. Ocean view, fine harbor and drives.
SITUATIONS WANTED 9,830, Outlook.
SUMMER work by English woman as libra-
Professional Situations rian, pianist, or teacher. 9,829, Outlook.
Located directly on Trout Lake, three miles WOMAN RESEARCH EXPERT, EDIson, at
YOUNG Swiss lady, speaking French, Gerlahed home, 8 rooms, bath, all modern.
tive by good road from Bolton Landing, Lake TOR, AUTHOR, now holding responsible man, and English, desires position as gove re frontage. L. H. LANE, Sedgwick, Me. George. Entirely new, Built by present position, seeks connection,
business or other,
or companion with family going owner, who will rent for the entire season at offering scope to unusual experience and abroad. Excellent references. 9,838, Outlook.
moderate rental.Completely furnished carrying commensurate salary. Resourceful, ΤΟ throughout.
COLLEGE GIRL desires position as govFive rooms (three thorough, versatile, has organized nationally droom cottage, on water's edge, with best LET bed rooms) and bath. Kitchen with
erness or companion. Experience in college
known information bureau, published many of Mt. Desert. 5 fireplaces. Terms modrunning water. Ice, wood, and magazine articles and two standard books.
president's family, 9,803, Outlook. e. Rev. Geo. L. Paine, New Haven, Comu. row boat included. Career may be checked in Who's Who, 1920–
PRIVATE school teacher of English, who For full particulars address 4,511, Outlook. 21. 9,831, Outlook.
likes housework, desires work June 23-Sept. FARMS-33 STATES
15. 9,805, Outlook.
RESEARCH, translation, editing, librat
PARISIAN lady, education and refinement,
lady, college trained and with extensive head of French department in leading school,
desires to spend 3 summer months vacation
with well educated and comfortable family to
speak and teach French, for expenses only,
no remuneration. No objection to traveling.
GOVERNESS or nursery governess. Edu-
GUNQUIT, MAINE Electricity and bath. Meals at attractive Inn
Lake Champlain Shore front
TTON ISLAND, ME. TOT
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for season, beautiful country greens of Maine. Short distance to State
YOUNG man desires position of superin
cated young woman, experienced, wishes to from St. Albans, Vt. Dock, bathing beach. tendent or assistant in boys' institution, or in
take charge of one or two young children. Apply Dr. MELVILLE, St. Petersburg, Fla. church work among young people. Would
References. 9,844, Outlook. tutor. Experienced. 9,748, Outlook.
SPANISH, English teacher, American, 15 BOARD AND
years Cuba, desires position teacher, superROOMS
LADY desires position as assistant or take charge of linen room in an institution. 9,760,
intendent school, institution. Executive exOutlook.
perience both countries. Diplomas. ReferLADIES visiting New York, professional
ences. In New York June. Mrs. Amy Grant, women, students, transient or permanent,
AVIATOR, former Lieutenant Army Air Superintendent of Schools, Chaparra, Cuba. June-October. Apply School for Girls, 17 East
Service, desires position as pilot with firm 9,815, Outlook.
or individual, passenger-carrying, exhibition
FRENCH woman, teacher, desires summer
position, tutoring i elementary or
ory conversation. References. HONEY
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SITUATIONS WANTED Toachers and Covernesses HARVARD graduate 1921 wants summer position as tutor and traveling companion. Excellent references. Write A. B. N., 6 Garden Terrace, Cambridge, Mass.
COLLEGE woman, age 27, as tutor or companion on trip abroad in return for expenses. 9,825, Outlook.
SUPERIOR native French teacher,"available next fall; college or school in or near New York. Highest credentials. , 9,828 Outlook.
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TWO normal or problem children can have country life at quiet seashore place this summer, in care of experienced mother holding master's degree in psychology. Specialty rervous or bad tempered children. Terms moderate. 9,832, Outlook.
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W. L. Douglas shoes are absolutely the 58.00 meter in the Grand Canal in Venice. There
best shoe values for the money in this
PHOE' eckes : le will settle down to writing as soon
country. They are made of the best and By as possible, and one of his first books
finest leathers that money can buy. vill be a history of famous dogs—a book
They combine quality, style, work. pon which he was at work at the out
manship and wearing qualities equal
BOYS api reak of the war.
to other makes selling at higher prices.
$4.50&$5.00 . A subscriber sends this advertisement
centers of America. The prices are the same everywhere; The com a Calcutta (India) paper as an in
they cost no more in San Francisco than they do in New York. ication that East Indian accountants
W. L. Douglas shoes are made by the highest paid, re well up to the advanced methods of
skilled shoemakers, under the direction and supervision aeir Western brethren:
of experienced men, all working with an honest deterA smart young Parsi accountant
mination to make the best shoes for the price that OFFER ABSOLUTE
COMFORT AND WEARING with unsurpassed merits and qualifi
QUALITIES FOR MEN
money can buy.
WOMEN AND BOYS cations, well acquainted with the manipulation of private and Limited
CAUTION Insist upon having w. L
Douglas shoes. The name concerns, is open to engagement. A
and price is plainly stamped on the sole. Be careful
to see that it has not been changed or mutilated. rare chance for those in search of a "Hall Mark." Apply to
W. L. Douglas shoes are for sale by over
supply you, "I know nothing about aerial naviga
take no other make. Order direct from
President on except what I have read in Tenny
the factory. Send for booklet telling how
W. L. Douglas Shoe Co.,
167 Spark St., Brockton, Mass. in's 'Locksley Hall'” ["The nations' ry navies grappling in the central ue"?], says Mr. Shorter, editor of the ondon "Sphere," "but I like hearing of iventures so wonderful as those ac
implished by these two young men.” "he young men were Sir Ross Smith * ad Sir Keith Smith, who recently air
and Tt-shorter says that he is "not thrilled by
NO PASTE NEEDED
to-day * nighthoods are cheap to-day," but is
pictures.post cards.clippings in albums iry much thrilled by what these young
Made Iq Square, Round, Oval, Fancy and Heart
It is scientific, constructive, interesting, and unof black, gray, sepia, and red gummed paper.
biased in its treatment of the following and
slip them on corners of pictures, then wet and stiek, other subjects: Psychic principles a necessary en accomplished at so early an age
QUICK-EASY-ARTISTIC. No muss, do foss. At photo
supply, drug and stat', stores, Accept no substitutes; part of universal nature, and of the personality ey are only twenty-eight and thirty, re
there is nothing as good. 10c brings full pks. And samples of Deity, man, and beast. Constructive ideals.
from Engel Mfg.Co., Dept. 93-E, 4711 No. Clark St., CHICAGO What physical science has done and failed to do. lectively. They flew 11,500 miles over
Can psychic science succeed where physical sci
ence has failed ? Religion and the Bible, in the ur continents in 28 days and won IMPORTANT TO SUBSCRIBERS
light of physical and psychic science. The "fall 5,000 in prizes. When you notify The Outlook of a change in your
of man," and the breakdown of civilization.
A scientific explanation of the “new birth."
The address, both the old and the new address should be
greatest of all achievements. Strikes and what "Don't be afraid of chewing gum," given. Kindly write, if possible, two weeks before they cost. Can the present discords be displaced
by friendly and constructive co-operation? Attiys “Teeth and Health," a book fortithe change is to take effect.
tudes of mind that more dangerous than d by the degrees of its authors, T. J.
dynamite. What are the determining factors of
a successful civilization? Why humanity got the yan, D.D.S., and E. F. Bowers, M.D.
House Beautify Your Grounds with inquisition, the thirty years' war, the late world One of the outstanding facts in con
What 4 compartmnt's
war, and what has followed in its wake. 28 in. bigb.
Dodson Bird Houses_ an analysis of democracy and religion reveals. ·ction with the modern conception of 18 io, lo
A novel suggestion as to teaching ethics in the dlameter
They never fail to attract the song oth preservation is the increasing use
birds (Insectivorous birds) who in turn public schools. Limiting commercial privileges. destroy noxious insects. The valuable
What the business aim should be. Defects in the purple martin
will catch and consumo chewing-gum by our adult and ju
unlimited-state-ownership doctrine. Defects in on an averaso of 2,000 mosquitos a
day, besides other annoying in- the idea on which we base our method of choosnile population. Dentists have found
sects; the song birds will protect
ing legislative representation.
your trees, shrubs and gardens at the exercise of gum-chewing brings
from Insects and theirbeauty and
Many other questions on the vital needs of the song will bring joy and happiness.
hour are discussed in this book. A limited numout a better nutrition of the teeth.
Mr. Dodson has spent 80 years of lov.
ber of copies will compose the first edition, which ing study of the song birds, their
will be sold only as follows: Fill out and mail le cleansing action of the gum in the
habits, and how to attract them to
the following order blank.
the Kankakee River. Dodson Bird terstices of the teeth is a definite bene
Houses are a permanent Invest
ment; they will last s Ufetime; to these organs. Therefore, while the
To The Norlin Publishing Co., Stanwood, Wash. built of thoroughly seasoned Oak
Gentlemen : You may send me one copy of Psychic minant habit may not be commendable
Cypress, Selected White Pino and
Red Cedar; coated Dails and the best Science and Success, for examination. If I decide to keep it Price
lead and oil are used for their protection om an æsthetic standpoint,” the au
I will within three days after receiving it, either send you a against the elements. Built under Mr. Dod
P. O. order for $1.75 or my check for $1.85, or return the book.
son's personal supervision. lors go on to say, it is less objection
Order Now-Free Book, Your Bird Frenda,
sent on request, Mustrating Dodson Line Name ble than a bad breath, the constant for
giving prices, Bird picture free. ation of gas, or other directiu Joseph H.Dodson President American Audubon Assin
Address 756 Harrison
A book of few words