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(Near 5th Avenue)
NEW YORK Directly in the fashionable club and shop ping section. Within five minutes' walk to all principal theaters. A high-class hotel patronized by those desiring the best accommodations at moderate cost. Rates and map gladly sent upon request.
JOHN P. TOLSON, Prop. HOTEL JUDSON 63 Washingadjoining Judson Memorial Church. Rovna with and without bath. Rates $3.50 per day, including meals. Special rates for two weeks or more. Location very central. Convenient to all elevated and street car lines.
FOR THE HOME HONEY. Delicious Dew clover honey direct from producer, Guaranteed pure and clean. 10 pounds $1.90, 5 pounds $1.05. postage prepaid Zones 1, 2, 3. Herbert A. McCallum, Great Barrington, Mass.
PHOTO DEVELOPING GET acquainted offer: Mail ns 200 with any size filmu or six negatives for development and six velvet prints. Twenty-four honr service. Fine work. Roanoke Photo Finishing Co., 323 Bell Ave., Roanoke, Va.
vou cannot find a more comfortable place in
New England than
GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS It affords all the comforts of home without
MHESTER, VT.“The Maples," Delight
U ful summer home. Cheerful, large, airy rooms, pure water, bath, hot and cold; broad piazza, croquet, fine roads. Terms reasonable. Refs. exchanged. The MISSES SARGEANT.
Tours and Travel | Hotels and Resorts
If You Are Tired or Need a Change Delightful Autumn Tours to
THE WELDON HOTEL EUROPE and the
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. MEDITERRANEAN The Leslie Sailings Aug. 13 and Sept. 14
WHITE HOUSE INN For details write BUREAU OF UNIVERSITY TRAVEL 15 Boyd St., Newton, Mass.
ELMWOOD COURT INN AMERICAN TRAVEL
SANATORIUM SCHOOL IDEAL climate, special teachers, faithful, careful treatment, massage, medical orthopædic gymnastics. Near Phoenix, Arizon 141, Outlook. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
COOKING for PROFIT. Earn handsome income; home cooked food, catering, tea room, etc. Correspondence course. Am. School Home Economics, Chicago.
BIG money and fast sales. Every owner buys gold initials for his auto. You charge $1.50, make $1.35. Ten orders daily easy. Write for particulars and free samples. American Monogram Co., Dept. 167, East Orange, N.J.
A quiet, cosy little house by the sea. Now open. Private baths. Descriptive booklet.
he Ideal Place for Sick
People to Get Well Doylestowa, Pa.lAn institution devoted to the personal study and specialized treatWent of the invalid. Massage, Ilectricity Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to
ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D.
91 Elm Street, Northampton, Mass. Season June 24 to Sept. 10. Reservations may be made now. Detailed information upon application to Mrs. M. V. BURGESS.
White Plains, The Bethesda White A private sanitarium for invalids and aged who need care. Ideal surroundings. Address for terms Alice Gates Bugbee, M.D. Tel. 341.
WANTED--Competent teachers for public and private schools. Calls coming every day. Send tor circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N. Y.
DIETITIANS, superintendente, cafeteria managers, governesses, matronie, honse keepers, social workers, and secretaries. Miss Richards, Providence, East Side Box 5.
PLACEMENT BUREAU for employer and employee; housekeepers, inatrona, dietitiana, governesses, secretaries, mother's helpers companions. 51 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass.
A Cozy Inn Amid the Hills. Open Independent travel to the West and Eastern and Ca
June into October. Attractive rates for June. nadian points. Itineraries submitted. Inclusive price. Booklet on request. J. A. McNAMARA, Prop.
THE TEMPLE TOURS 65 A Franklin St. . . . BOSTON ROCK RIDGE HALL THE beauty, fascination, and mys
WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS. 1 tery of the Orient lures visitors ! Hot and cold running water in nearly all
bedrooms. Some private baths. Many comfrom all over the world to
fortably furnished rooms for general use. Large, breezy, screened piazza. Fern room. "Crow's nest "Outlook. Edison Phonograph -laboratory model. Casino (separate build
ing) with playroom for children. Bowling, The quaintest and most interesting of all
tennis, croquet. Pleasant forest walks and countries. Come while the old age customs
country drives. Milk, cream, berries, fresh
eggs, chickens. Rates $15, 18, 21, 25 a week. prevail. Write, mentioning "Outlook" to JAPAN HOTEL ASSOCIATION
On Great South Bay TOKYO
Cool, comfortable, charming Farm vegefor full information
tables. Tennis, golf, sailing, bathing. Rales for a single room without bath and with 3 meals, $5-6 in cities and popular resorts, $4-5 in the country
Mount Pleasant House, Orient, L.I. Quiet.
refined, homelike. Most delightful spot on the Island.' Water sports. 3 minutes' walk from beach. Illus. booklet. Accommodates
150. Eugene J. McDonnell, Prop. and Mgr. Parties enrolling now. Moderate
NEW YORK CITY prices. Most interesting routes.
Great success 1920.
65-A Franklin St.,
Professional situations WANTED-Nurse for the summer for small infirmary in institution in the country. 154, Outlook.
Teachers and Governesses WANTED-Refined, experience woman between 30 and 40 to take charge of girl 7% and boy 6% years of age. Must speak good French and be able to start children in musie. Protestant preferred. State salary, experience, and give references. P. O. Box 331 Waterville, N. Y
ANTED, for August, in the Berk
shires, a small house with garage; accessible to village. Address Children's De partment, Public Library, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Real Estate CONNECTICUT
Hotels and Resorts 202 West 103d Street
A hotel of Quality and RefineTHE SIGN OF THE
ment, located in the Residential TROUT AND THE FLY Section of the West Side. Short In the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. A Select
| block from Broadway Subway Lodge run by university men. 75 miles from
Station-within easy reach of all Montreal, on privately owned forest land. Finest lake and mountain scenery. Altitude
Shops and Theaters. 1,600 ft. Excellent trout fishing and shooting. High grade cuisine. References exchanged. Dan Single Room . . . . $1.50 Capacity, 12 men. Opens July 15 and closes
Rates - Single Room, Bath near by, $2.00 September 15. Apply to PAUL A. LEIGHTON, Lac Superieur, Terrebonne County, P. Q., Can.
Parlor, Bedroom, Bath, for 2 . $3, $4, $5
Parlor, 2 Bedrooms, Bath . . $5, $6, $7 CONNECTICUT
Excellent Restaurant The Wayside Inn
Moderate Prices—Table d'Hôte or a la Carte NEW MILFORD. Litchfield Co., Conn. In the foothills of the Berkshires. Open all Write for Booklet Camd Map of N. Y. City the year. An ideal place for your summer's rest 2 hours from New York. Write for booklet. Mrs. J. E. CASTLE, Proprietor.
West 72d St., through
to 71st St., New York
300 rooms, each with bath. Absolutely
fireproof. One block to 72d St. enBailey
trance of Central Park. Comfort and Island
refinement combined with moderate Me.
WANTED-Position as librarian in boardLOTS on shore front
ing school or small college, boys' boarding NIANTIC RIVER,
school preferred, by woman librarian of ten CONN. Salt water bathing, boating, fishing,
years' experience. Would do clerical work
if desired. 162, Outlook. clamming. 100 acres woods, 500 ft. stone clock; river to 1 mile wide. Box 62, Chatham, N. Y. Companions and Domestic Helpers
HOUSEKEEPER. By experienced home FOR SALE
maker. Fond of outdoor life. Cheerful dia UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY position and cultured. Widower preferred Closing of Estate, 3-apartment house ;
166, Outlook. 17 rooms, 3 baths; beautifully located. Owner
COMPANION or managing housekeeper on premises. 67 Blakeman PI., Stratford, Conn. where ability, culture, and true womanhood
are appreciated. Experienced. References MAINE
exchanged. Would travel. 165, Outlook.
WANTED-Position by school secretary se traveling or nurse-companion. Capable of taking entire charge of nervous or chronic
invalid. Best references. College graduate Fine old brick house in the town of 168, Outlook. Hollis, Maine, along the Saco River, with PROTESTANT, cultured young woman, outbuildings and about one acre of land. companion to lady or semi-invalid. Highest Near the summer home of Kate Douglas credentials. Personal interview. Permanent Wiggin. For particulars address Mrs. GEO. 8. 169, Outlook. HOBBS. 127 Pleasant Street, Portland, Me.
HOUSEKEEPER assistant in school or
institution. Miss Deans, 271 West End Ave, FOR YORK CLIFFS, ME.
New York. SALE
Teachers and Governesses To settle an estate, attractive house and furniture; 7 master's rooms, 3 baths,
SENIOR college student, companionable 2 servants' rooms, living and dining rooins,
and fond of athletics, wishes position as butler's pantry, kitchen, laundry, furnace,
tutor in engineering and mathematics 174, 4 fireplaces, sun and sleeping porches.
Outlook. J. PERLY PUTNAM, Agt., York Harbor, Me.
MISS Guthman, New York shopper, will CHARMING HOUSE For Sale or
gend things on approval. No bain ples. Beter To Rent, and never rented before ;
ences. 309 West 99th St. molern. Plymouth, Mass. Apply to
BOYS wanted, 500 boys wanted to sell The J. B. SWANTON, Esq., 60 Allerton Street. Outlook each week. No investment necessary.
Write for selling plan, Carrier Depurtment
The Outlook Company, 381 Fourth Ave.,
New York City.
HALF the people who write for free sam. Adirondacks N. Y. For Rent.
ples order later. There's a reason, 300 sheets Cottages, fully equipped, very moderu; bath,
notepaper and 100 envelopes printed with
your name and address $1.30. Lewis toilets, etc. Season $300 to $1,000. W. H. OTIB.
94 Second Ave., Troy, N. Y
WANTED-Christian home for well-bom
girl of eleven. No family ties. Very talental, $90 for August. $125 August into October. gentle, affectionate, and responsive Best of
CAMP IN ADIRONDACKS
BY FRANCIS B. KEENE
Consul-General at Rome ITEAR the teaching of the tee
n Follow throughGem of golf's philosophy;
Follow through. Heed the maxim, soon or late You may baffle fickle fate And be known among the great.
On the links of life be wise.
Follow through. It may win you Fortune's prize.
Follow through. When in enterprise you vie, On your purpose keep your eye. Let your swing be true and high.
BETTER THAN BOLTS
BY PAUL V. COLLINS T VERY blacksmith and wheelwright
V knows that the way to fit a tire onto the felloe is to heat the tire, so that while it is expanded by the heat it is larger than the felloe, and as it cools it contracts, binding itself fast upon the wheel. But it has remained for the Bureau of Standards to reverse that principle.
This problem came to the Bureau: Find a method of binding heavy steel plates together where it is impossible to use bolts because of the location of the plates and where the shearing power is too great for screws.
The scientists bored inch holes through the steel plates and prepared steel pins eight or ten inches long and one-thousandth of an inch or onefifteen hundredth of an inch larger in diameter than the holes. The pins were about ten inches long—the thickness of the two plates to be fastened together. Then, the plates being in position, the steel pins were immersed for ten minutes in a beaker of liquid air which was at a temperature of 2,000° F. below zero. This intense cold contracts the pins, so that they are easily driven into the holes, and upon their regaining their normal temperature the expansion gives an enormous grip, stronger than any rivets.
Another method, equally original, but a little less reliably effective, consists in making the steel pins slightly smaller in diameter than the holes into which they are to fit. Then along the axis of each pin is drilled a hole an eighth of an inch in diameter. This hole is filled with a high explosive known to soldiers as TNT. After the pin has been driven home, the TNT is set off, causing the pin to expand, and this expansion remains permanent, gripping the sides of the socket and holding like a rivet.
These methods—both new-are not available to ordinary workshops, un. equipped with liquid air or with the necessary knowledge of high explosives, but they will be found useful where old
BY THE WAY
Secretary Weeks to be the busiest monial entrance, he found, to his astoncoastal waterway of the world. It has ishment, that "the noble gateway, the more traffic than the Suez Canal, and work of Kalemegh, had been reduced to is regarded as one of the chief arteries a heap of ruins. I deplored this rash of commerce in New England. Its pur. destruction of the gateway, but the chase by the Government for $11,500,000 Rawat declared that he could never has been recommended by Secretary have looked upon it again with comWeeks, on account of its military and placency, since it had nearly deprived naval potentialities.
me of life."
Mother (as reported in the "American In some wide-awake stores, according Legion Weekly”)—“Why do you wish to to "American Business Methods," a be a great general like Sherman?" meeting of employees is held once a Willie—“So's I can say things like him month to discover and eliminate all and not get licked."
waste of effort, time, and material. A
list of questions is asked and answered. Edward Payson Weston, the pedes. One question, which suggests unusual trian who was famous a generation ago humility on the part of the store's manfor his wonderful walking feats, is still agers, at one of these meetings was hale and hearty at the age of eighty-two this: "Give ten reasons why this store years, so a newspaper paragraph states. would displease you if you were a Even now he walks three miles daily patron." for his mail and several times a week takes a twelve-mile walk in the neigh- Another store mentioned in the book borhood of his home. Plutarch, Ulster above quoted from is said to taboo the County, New York, just to keep himself word "Hello" in an employee's answer in condition. Weston once walked 550 to a telephone call. The firm's name or miles in six days, and 5,000 miles in "Good-morning" is preferred. When a 100 days.
customer is addressed, "Are you receive
ing attention?" is insisted on in this "We inclose herewith" is a common store instead of the blunt query, expression in business letters. It is “Waited on?" "Can I interest you in criticised by a correspondent as tauto shirts?" is regarded as better than logical. "Anything that is inclosed is “Something for you?" And "What is it necessarily 'herewith,'" he says. "Each you wish ?" is approved, rather than other" is also objected to in such “What is it you want?" phrases as, “The crowd got in each other's way." This, our subscriber
Under the headline "Trouble in the says, should of course be "one an
Transmission" the "Journal" of the other's," as applying to more than two
American Medical Association reprints persons.
this local item from the Lisbon (Ohio)
"Journal:" "Mrs. Lucy Mumaw has More than ne hundred buffalo calves been under the Doctor's car this week." were porn ju che Yellowstone National Park this pring, a bulletin says, and
The “Journal” (of the A.M.E.) pubthe Park herd now numbers approxi. lishes a series of "definitions" in its mately seven hundred. As if in celebra humorous column. These are samples: tion of the increase, it is said that the "Gall—The word that comes after 'You
rk's springs are more active tha2 at gottalotta.' Gargle—The German lanany other time in thirty years.
guage. Gas-The usual ingredient of
after-dinner speeches. Glacial-Attitude "Experiments have shown that it is a to be assumed in response to request for good idea to place any special article a a $10 loan. Goggles-Modern substitute store wishes to push in the window at for an intelligent appearance." the left of the main store door." The statement is made in a book called
The following clipping from a treas"American Business Methods." The ured scrap-book is sent by a reader, reason given is: “The customer pesi with the suggestion that many persons tates and generally looks to the left as would like to keep it for ref érence: he opens the door with his right hand." The longest chapter oʻthe New Another strategic point recommended is Testament is the first chapter of the store's exit: “A placard should face Luke; it contains eighty verses. The the customer as he is ready to leave the
shortest is I John, fist chapter; it
contains ten verse') The longest store."
verse in the Old Testament is the Some East Indian potentates have
ninth verse of the eighth chapter of
Esther. It contains ninety Varie been noted for their friendship for
composed of 426 letters The shorttheir British coadjutors. One of these
est verse in the Old Testament is the was a certain Rawat described in a new
twenty-fifth verse of the first chapter edition of the works of Colonel James of I Chronicles, consisting of twelve Tod, a British Agent in India in the letters and three words. The nineearly part of the last century. He was teenth chapter of II Kings and thirtyvisiting a city called Begun, and trav
seventh chapter of Isaiah read alike. eled in state. In going through the his
The twenty-first verse of the seventh
chapter of Ezra contains all the let. toric gateway of the town the elephant
ters of the alphabet with the excepon which he was riding became fright
tion of "J." The thirty-fifth verse, ened and threw nim off; he narrowly eleventh chapter, of St. John is the escaped death. When he recovered
shortest in the Bible,
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