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tirely possible that in the long run the bondholder will make more than the stockholder. Which
the profitable securities of the New Haven, the bonds or the shares of stock? Examples like this are well to bear in mind.
Whoever reads the financial pages nowadays must notice the large number of companies which are omitting their regular dividend payments. All sorts of reasons are given, but the plain truth is that earnings have not been of sufficient size to justify dividends. On the other hand, how many companies are failing to pay interest on their bond obligations?
Suppose you are a stockholder in the Blank Company, and suppose your nextdoor neighbor holds bonds of that company. During the war it was probable that your stock paid extra dividends and perhaps the regular rate was increased. You felt pretty prosperous and rather scorned your neighbor, who got only 5 per cent from his investment. Further, as a stockholder you were one of the owners of the business and entitled to a voice in its management. How are you feeling now? It may be that the Blank Company is not paying dividends any more, and possibly you are worried about the value of your shares. The chances are that your neighbor is not worrying, however, for ten to one his interest is being paid regularly and his bonds are absolutely safe. He boughi safety and you purchased yield. You got yield for a time perhaps, but suppose you were to sell your stock now? Would the depreciation in the value of the shares amount to more or less than the dividends you have received? Whose investment is better over a period of years, yours or your neighbor's?
Safety and yield are difficult things to combine, and in most cases it is neces. sary to make a choice between the two. It is for the individual, who is familiar with his own circumstances and pros pects, to decide whether he is justified in risking safety in order to obtain yield or whether he must have safety at the cost of every other consideration. This decision made, it is fairly simple to get the advice of your banker concerning what to buy.
(Continued) with safety of principal? In other words, which should a man with money to invest consider first, safety or yield? Investing is purely a business proposi. tion and should be regarded as such, and the aim of most businesses is to make money for the persons managing them. On this basis, therefore, the choice between safety and yield should be made.
The individual's circumstances are to be considered. As a general proposition it is proper to say that the more an investment yields the less safe it is, and the investor should decide whether he can afford to take risks with his money in order to increase its yield. Let him picture himself as having lost his money, and such a picture may help him to make his decision. If he can afford the loss, he is justified in taking risks, but not otherwise. Every one has seen the terms “speculations," "business man's investment," "gilt-edged," and the others employed in describing different kinds of securities. Every one with money to invest should give careful attention to the kind suited to him.
Generally speaking, securities may be divided into two classes, safe and speculative. Broadly speaking, bonds are safe and stocks speculative. Of course there are varying degrees of safety in bonds and some stocks are high-grade invest. ments, but if the man with little money will ignore stocks and buy bonds he will not go far wrong. Because bonds are fer than stocks they yield less, and on
this account many people pass them up in favor of stocks-often to their sorrow.
A bond is a direct obligation of the issuing company, secured by the pledge of definitely named property. Stock evidences a share in the business; if profits are large the stockholders benefit, but in case of loss the stockholders must bear it. Take the case of the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad Company; as most people know, this great corporation nearly went to smash a few years ago. Dividends have not been paid on the stock in years and the value of the shares tumbled precipitately, bringing suffering and loss to thousands of people. There seems little prospect of dividends being resumed for a long time. But what about the owners of the mortgage bonds of the New Haven road? They are receiving their interest regularly and are not worry. ing about their investments a bit. The interest rate on bonds is fixed, and the buyer of bonds can figure exactly what the yield on his investment will be; he never expects a "melon" to be cut for his benefit and he does not look forward to a share in any large profits which may be made. What he buys is safety. He does not expect to divide increased earnings, and, on the other hand, he does not expect to share in the losses. If his interest is not paid, he and his fellow-bondholders can sell the property and get their money. Still, if one will insist upon looking at investments from the standpoint of profit only, it is en
GALLERY I prize contests we have already con- man from the rainy backwoods State.”
ULIAN STREET is one of the best-known ducted, your contest spirit is still functioning, we should be glad to have you
the reputation of writing not only ensuggest subjects for the remaining two
FOR THE CRITICS gagingly but truthfully. The story is that are still to be announced.
told that after he had published an unBY REGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFMAN
expurgated description of one of our Twould be as hard for The Outlook I'
TOU, who in majesty apart
Western cities the city authorities in to announce what it is going to do
Form and declare the Laws of Art:
their wrath changed the name of the next year as for the New York "Times"
toughest street in the town to "Julian to forecast its plans very far in advance. How certainly you clip the palms
Street." He was born in Chicago in That depends largely upon what hapFrom Palestrina down to Brahms;
1879 and was educated in the Chicago pens in the world. And the most inti. How lessen, with a shrug or cough,
public schools and in Ridley College mate interpretations of important news developments are not always written by Now Chopin, now Rachmaninoff!
Preparatory School, at St. Catherine's, people with famous names. As evidence,
They live or die upon your words.
Ontario. He has been a reporter on the
New York "Mail and Express" (now the however, that The Outlook during the Please, that Composer's merits weigh
"Evening Mail”), on the staff of which past year has not been without its dis- Who, in some rude, uncultured day,
he was later dramatic critic. He is the tinguished contributors, it will be re- Wrote the brief songs of birds!
author of "My Enemy the Motor," "Paris called that there were articles by such
à la Carte," "Ship-Bored," "Welcome to American statesmen as Robert Lansing, Tell us how ranks (for who else knows?)
Our City," "Abroad at Home," and Calvin Coolidge, Will Hays, Theodore The lost Cellini of the rose;
"American Adventures"; he collaborated Roosevelt, Harold Knutson, and F. M. Or with what skill that Dorus spoke,
with Booth Tarkington on the comedy Davenport. There were feature articles The Architect who built the oak.
"The Country Cousin." Mr. Street by such eminent foreigners as Stéphane You codify and analyze
writes of old Japan as observed by VisLauzanne, P. W. Wilson, and Baron S. A.
Titians, Rembrandts, or Fragonards: count Shibusawa.
MMA S. YULE
writes of Kennan, Bruce Barton, Isaac Don Le
the vine, and W. R. George. Men and Here paints the sunset, there the stars?
of Orient to-day.
She has lived for ten women of letters included E. V. Lucas,
How ranks in your enduring plan Brander Matthews, James Huneker, Ste
years in the Orient. phen Leacock,
She is now Associate
The unknown Phidias of man?
lish in Who, to encourage and console,
the Rinehart, Elsie Singmaster, Stewart Ed
Colward White, Emerson Hough, Ida M. Wrote odes to immortality
lege of Agriculture,
University of the Tarbell, Joseph C. Lincoln, Reginald Between the covers of the soul? Wright Kauffman, Gertrude Atherton,
Philippines. She has
done educational work in the State of Hermann Hagedorn, Aline Kilmer, and. Thumbs up or down? We bide your nod!
Washington and in Alaska. She was Thomas L. Masson. The stuff of which Is it True Art, this work of God?
born in Iowa. The Outlook is to be made for the next
HARLES fifty-two issues will be as carefully se
HENRY lected and as important.
ing close-ups of British royalty, was MIT the chatter about New York
formerly London correspondent for the City theaters and the endless sucBY E. A. BUCHANAN, ASSISTANT SECRETARY
New York "Herald”; he has also served cession of plays, good, bad, and indiffer
the "Herald” in Rome, Paris, Spain, VOR many years the railways have
Berlin, and Cairo. He has contributed le and the actors who appear in them,"
frequently to The Outlook. His article demands C. H. J. B., of Los Angeles, Society of New York City, for the use of
entitled “The French Civic Union" ap1. California. “Delete all profanity from the girls, reduced fare to our houses.
peared in the July 20 issue of The Outlook. your columns. If in any case of delineaThis year one of the roads has refused
OLLY AMOS" is the pen-name of the tion of character or report of a conversathis privilege, and the Society is obliged
author of "The Daniel Jazz and tion it appears necessary to indicate to pay full fare for every girl who goes
the Rabbi." It appears from her sathat profanity was used, a simple dash to any of our places in Connecticut. We
tirical story that the wives of Christian is sufficient.” On the other hand, almost operate six houses there.
ministers are not alone in their tributhe same mail brought us a letter sub- On account of this extra expense, the
lations; the wives of rabbis do not necesmitted in Contest Number Three in Society will not be able to send as many
sarily always tread the primrose path which the contestant winds up with an girls as formerly unless the generous
either. There is no moral attached; but explosive "damn" and instructs us to public and our kind friends will come
some reflections induced by this "prirepeat the word until the length of his to our assistance. Owing to the excess
vate letter" appear on the editorial pages. letter reached the 600-word limit.
ive heat of the last few weeks many
YMAN ABBOTT, the Editor-in-Chief,
hangs the picture of the Smiley gentleman from Oregon (which State in.
brothers in his gallery of his contempoI am very familiar with) says that The Who will help us give these girls the raries. Outlook does not appeal to him. I've rest and change they so much need? EGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFMAN was forbeen reading The Outlook for quite a Forty dollars will pay board, traveling
the few years, and I think that, if anything, expenses, and medical care for a month "Saturday Evening Post" and of the dit has improved. My opinion seems to at Santa Clara, for a girl with tubercu- “Delineator." During the World War mwbe the existing one over at school (Car- lar tendency. Ten dollars will pay for he was a newspaper correspondent with negie Institute of Technology), if au- a vacation of two weeks, also traveling the French, Belgian, British, and Amerthority is wanted on international ques- expenses.
ican armies, after having enlisted for tions; if information for a debate is Contributions, large and small, may service in France and having been honneeded or if material for a' theme is be sent to the office of the Society, 105 orably discharged on account of physidesired, the English department refers East 22d Street, New York City. Checks cal disability. He is the author of "The us to The Outlook and to one or two should be drawn to Working Girls' Vaca- House of Bondage” and many other others. They merely confirm the opin- tion Society.
books. He lives in Columbia, Pennsylvania.
Cigents in this issue some interest
BY THE WAY W
hat is the smallest coin issued from
the United States Mint—the smallest, we mean, in value, not in size? Few people would guess. An exchange tells us that it is the centavo, in value worth about half a cent or an English farthing. Probably few of our readers ever saw one, but it is coined in millions. It is made solely for circulation in the Philippines and its size is large because the Filipinos under the Spanish rule were accustomed to use large coppers.
The altitude record in unveiling monuments is to be broken, it is said, when a monument is erected next September over the grave of Dr. James Orton on an island in Lake Titicaca, in Peru. The height is over 12,000 feet above the level of the sea, and Lake Titicaca is the highest steam-navigated lake in the world. Professor Orton was one of the greatest of American naturalists and had remarkable experiences as an explorer in South America.
He was a professor at Vassar College, and was away on leave for purposes of exploration and study of natural history at the time of his death in 1877. The Vassar alumni have raised a fund for the Memorial in Dr. Orton's honor. It has been designed by a New York sculptor, Mr. John Ettl. It has the special quality of following the architectural style used by the ancient Incas. The Peruvian Government will be represented officially at the unveiling.
A hundred years ago a wealthy bachelor, named Paige, who lived near Albion, Rhode Island, gave a party; one of the young ladies left a glove. Mr. Paige returned it with the following note: "If from your glove you take the letter G, that glove is love and that I have for thee.” The young lady replied: “If from your name you take the letter P, that Paige is age and that won't do for me." The story is vouched for by a friend of The Outlook, whose grandmother had it at first hand.
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A number of small towns of Massachusetts are offering special inducements in the way of a "cash bonus" in their efforts to attract young physicians to settle in their midst. More than serenty towns are without doctors, and these are “borrowing" doctors from adjoining communities.
Dr. Clara Barrus, literary executor and authoritative biographer of the late John Burroughs, asks that all persons owning interesting letters from Mr. Burroughs will communicate with her at Woodchuck Lodge, Roxbury, N. Y. All letters sent will be promptly copied, or extracted from, and returned to the owners.
A London newspaper trying to find the novel with the shortest chapter concluded that the prize went to Bulwer. Lytton, in whose "What Will He Do With It?" the chapter headed "Dénouement" consists of only one word. "Poodle;" but an English critic has hastened to announce that the shortest
Sterne's "Tristram Shandy," for in Chapters XVII and XIX Sterne put nothing but caehes.
A plot has been aiscovered, says a Dutch correspondent of an English paper, for the reconquest of Germany by the ex-Crown Prince, If it had succeeded, comments "Punch," it would have served them both right.
Prices rise to the skies in the White Mountains, says a Vermont reader, according to one sign recently encountered by a tourist: “Rooms-$1.25 and up 14 of a mile."
Marriage in India even to this day is far from according with Western ideas. A friend sends us a column of "Matrimonial Notices" from a Lahore paper. All the “notices" are attempts to make matches. Suitable matches are wanted for girls of fifteen and sixteen and a boy of nineteen. In some cases the caste requisite is specified; in others it is waived. One asks for replies from rich men only—those who will spend 4,000 rupees before the marriage. We give one specimen:
Wanted—For a Saraswat Brahman girl aged 16 years of a respectable family possessing good knowledge of Sanskrit and English and well up in household affairs, a match Saraswat Brahman who should have a good moral character and independent means of livelihood. Collegiates can also apply.
The "also" in the last sentence is distinctly, if unconsciously, humorous.
In Mr. J. C. Squire's “Life and Letters" he tells as an illustration of American humor the story of a traveler on a sleeping-car who had written a complaint to headquarters about the presence of vermin in his berth. “He received back from the administrative head a letter of immense effusiveness. Never before had such a complaint been lodged against this scrupulously careful line, and the management would have suffered any loss rather than cause annoyance to so distinguished a citizen as, etc., etc. He was very delighted with this abject apology. But as he was throwing away the envelope there fell out a slip of paper which had, apparently, been enclosed by mistake. On it was a memorandum: 'Send this guy the bug-letter.'"
LOIS LANG'S render- tor in his own native Ober
ing in deeply sculptured ammergau, including a year's wood of Leonardo Da study with the great wood sculp
Vinci's masterpiece, tor Fortunato Galli, in Flor"The Last Supper," a beau- ence, Italy, Alois Lang took up tiful example of the possibilities his permanent abode in America of this art, is considered one in 1903 as the head of the Eccleof the finest pieces of wood siastical Art and Wood Carving carving ever executed in this Department of the American country.
Seating Company. Working By his training and distin- under him are some of the most guished artistic achievements, skilled artists of the various Alois Lang, the sculptor, is schools and periods of wood eminently fitted to represent carving, but Lang's genius and hand down the best tradi- guides and inspires them all. tions of the ecclesiastical art
Our studios are equipped to of wood carving from the Old
execute any commission in the World to the New.
wood carver's art from renderThe place of his birth was ings such as this "Last Supper", Oberammergau, Bavaria, fa
Bavaria, fa- or renderings of other submous alike for its Passion Play, jects of symbolic significance, and as being for centuries the to simple and less expensive seat of Europe's greatest wood examples of wood carvingcarvers.
lecterns, baptismal fonts, prieComing from a family for dieux, altar seating and pews. generations famous as sculptors As personal gifts to the house in wood, Alois Lang inherited of worship, or as memorials, in generous measure the talent such pieces are most approof his forefathers. After every priate. The services of Alois advantage both in training and Lang and his associates are at in the following of his profes- your disposal. Call on them sion as wood carver and sculp- freely for suggestions.
A correspondent is anxious to find in what old geography the names of coun. tries, towns, and rivers were arranged in more or less rhymed verse. As a specimen she quotes from memory one set of verses about rivers:
First in North America
We tell of fiowing rivers,
Hudson and the Mohawk.
South America is next,
With its mighty rivers,
La Plata, Orinoco.
ان و رهروان ولحمه وروي عن النرو
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Teachers and Governesses MASSACHUSETTS
WOMAN of refinement and tact wanted.
Protestant. Teacher having occupation durMARBLEHEAD, MASS. FOR SALE ing winter months but whose time is free Independent travel to the West and Eastern and Ca.
latter part of day, or one who can devate
A comfortable home in the thriving city of gadian points. Itineraries submitted. Inclusive price.
entire time will be considered to assist The Leslie
Sanford, Florida. 12 rooms, laundry, 2 bathTHE TEMPLE TOURS
rooms, 1 lavatory, gas and electricity, Arcola
mother in care of two boys of school age, 00 65 A Franklin St. BOSTON A quiet, cosy little house by the sea. Pri- heater. Price $15,000, easy terms, or can be
teaching except small assistance in less;
comfortable home New York City in winter, vate baths. Descriptive booklet.
rented for season, furnished, for $1,200. Ad-
country in summer, and moderate amount of NEW YORK CITY
time required, but applicant must have good judginent and natural aptitude for boys. State salary expected. 234, Outlook.
TEACHERS WANTED for Bishop College, an American Baptist Home Mission Sony school for Negroes. Positions open: Ing. liah, mathematics, biology, librarian, seins theology. Salaries $900 and $1.000. Living expenses for single teachers $3.50 per wwa.
Address C. H. Maxson, President, Marlsall,
WANTED-Teacher of chemistry with
ent a flourishing pension), 17 bed, 2 bath, 3 PALESTINE ITALY fireproof. One block to 72d St. en- reception rooms, cellar, stabling, modern
M.A. degree, member of Evangelical char) trance of Central Park. Comfort and
to take chair of Chemistry and Physical THE MEDITERRANEAN
sanitation. Magnificent scenery. 7 hours Madras College, India. Apply to Mra Hary
refinement combined with moderate from Rome. Address "English Pension," W. Peabody, Beverly, Mass. ROUND THE WORLD rates. Send for illustrated booklet J. Ari (Chieti), Abruzzi, Italy. Price, $25,000, MANUAL training teacher, Protestanta
for bench and brush work, wanted Septeuber VERMONT
15, Seguin School, mentally deficient Small groups, scholarly leader- HOTEL JUDSON 53 Washing
backward children. School limited to site ship and interesting itineraries. adjoining Judson Memorial Church lovens Summer Home Lazerles use and moned, and
(farmhouse) furnished, boys, girls, young women. Ten teachers en with and withont bath. Rates $3.50 per day,
ployed. Salary seventy-five dollar mouth 152
hills of southern Vermont, elevation 1,700 feet. board, room alone, laundry. Interview desir Write for further details to including meals. Special rates for two weeks
Beautiful situation, bathing
brook, fruit, good
able. Elsie M. Seguin, Orange, N. J. or more. Location very central. Convenient
vegetable garden, cool spring water. Price BUREAU OF UNIVERSITY TRAVEL to all elevated and street car lines.
$1,250. Rent for remainder of season, $150.
SITUATIONS WANTED 15 Boyd St., Newton, Mass.
Address Mr. R. CALLENDER, Wardsboro, Vt.
HORTICULTURIST-Young man, 19 yes
experience with ornamentals, orchand, the A superb Around the World Tour Only Maine Camps in Vermont chanics, repairmen, send' for free copy of
yard, and small fruits, desires position where Sept., 1921-Apr., 1922. $5,215. TWENTIETH BEASON
industry will be appreciated. 2046, Outlook our current issue. It contains helpful, inCATCH THEM WITH A FLY THE TEMPLE TOURS
structive information on overhauling, ignition SECRETARY-American lady having the 65 A Franklin St. ··· Boston, Mass. Trout and Salmon-August and all September troubles, wiring, carburetors, storage bat- eled in Europe, knowing
French and German Partridge in October
teries, etc. Over 120 pages, illustrated. Send perfectly, having working knowledge of Trout, Salmon, Lakers, Aureotas, Bass, for free copy to-day. Automobile Digest, Russian and Swedish, shorthand, typing to Pickerel, Boaling, Bathing, Tramping 527 Butler Building, Cincinnati.
sires post. Highest references. 350, Outlook tery of the Orient lures visitors Five lakes, miles of streamsand trails. Main
camp, twelve cabins. Open fires. A table we from all over the world to
Companions and Domestic Helpers are proud of. Good old guides if desired.
WANTED-Position as managing bonse Famous mineral springs. Accessible to Bos
COOKING for PROFIT. Earn handsome
keeper in school or institution for fall. 29
TO take young gir) for trip abroad during
fall or winter or to go with older woman. The quaintest and most interesting of all
fever. Garage. Open to October 15.
amount for establishment of camp. Interestcountries. Come while the old age customs
and education. Languages. 228, Outlook. H.A. QUIMBY, Mgr. Averill, Vt. prevail. Write, mentioning Outlook
ing proposition. 230, Outlook.
WANTED, by middle-aged Southern w JAPAN HOTEL ASSOCIATION
executive ability as partner in well-estab
man of social standing, position by Octoli Care Traffic Dept.
lished school for girls in suburb of large
1, as managing housekeeper, companion to
invalid lady, or chaperon in private family.
Eastern city. Twenty-five thousand necessary. IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS
Qualitied to take entire management TOKYO
country estate. References. 229, Outlook. for full information
LADY desires position in institution *
hostess or housemnother, or as companie Rates for a single room without bath and with 3 meals,
WANTED-Competent teachers for public chaperon, or housekeeper in family Fla$5-6 in cities and popular resorts, $4-5 in the country
and private schools. Calls coming every day. cated, experienced. References. 232, Dutt Send for circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, BY college woman, companiouable, respo Albany, N. Y.
sible, experienced housekeeper and gov
DIETITIANS, superintendents, cafeteria erness. Will travel. 236, Outlook. Parties enrolling now. Moderate
managers, goveruesses, matrous, honse- POSITION as housekeeper by an educatei, prices. Most juteresting routes.
keepers, social workers, and secretaries. capable woman. 238, Outlook. Great success 1920.
Miss Richards. Providence, East Side Box 5. HOUSEMOTHER'S or matron's position
CALIFORNIA.-We can place in California by an experienced American Protestant. A TEMPLE TOURS 65-A Franklin St., Boston, Mass.
and Arizona college graduates with post- good executive. Indorsed. 239, Outlook. and
GENTLEWOMAN derires position as COLDSanford Hall, est. 1841 ing experience, from the East, after this date panion or chaperon. 240, Outlook. Hotels and Resorts
in tair quantity. Boynton Teachers' Agency, CULTURED lady desires position as comPrivate Hospital Brockman Bldg., Los Augeles.
panion to elderly lady. Adaptable, compan CANADA For Mental and Nervous Diseases
ionable. References exchanged. 237, Outluk FOR THE HOME
EXPERIENCED housekeeper wishes pos Comfortable, homelike surroundTHE SIGN OF THE
tion. Iustitution preferred. 247, Outlook.
HONEY. Delicious new clover honey direct ingg; modern methods of treatment; from producer. Guaranteed pure and clean.
PLEASANT, experienced woman woul
like care of motherless girls and mana. TROUT AND THE FLY competent nurses. 15 acres of lawn, 10 pounds $1.90, 5 pounds $1.05, postage
prepaid Zones 1, 2, 3. Herbert A. McCalluin,
meut of home. Companionable and ettici ut.
Reasonable terms. 245, Outlook. In the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. A Select park, flower and vegetable gardens. Great Barrington, Mas..
HOUSEKEEPER open for position, school Food the best. Write for booklet. Lodge ruu by university men. 75 miles from
or institution. Good buyer. Best references
STATIONERY Montreal, on privately owned forest land. Sanford Hall Flushing New
as to character and ability. 244, Outlook. Finest lak, and inountain scenery. Altitude
A new size of note paper and envelope de
YOUNG woinan, college graduate, in ci1,600 ft. Eccellent trout fishing and shooting
signed for ladies' personal correspondence. change for expenses, will chaperon child or at High grade cuisine. References exchanged: The Bethesda White Plains,
200 sheets and 100 envelopes printed with your as companion to older person on trip to l'ai Capacity, 12 men. Opened July 15 and closes
A private sanitarium for invalids and aged
name and address $1.50. Samples on request. foruia the first week of October. 252, Outlovi. Lac Superieur, Terrebonne County, P.Q., Can. for terms Alice Gates Bugbee, M.D. Tel. 241.
Teachers and Governesses HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED primary teacher desires Hotels and Resorts LINDEN The Ideal Place for Sick
position as resident teacher" or govern Business Situations
for coming year: full charge : refined and People to Get Well
Doylestown, Pa. An institution devoted to CONNECTICUT
BIG money and fast sales. Every owner
congenial home more desired than bagi buys gold initials for his auto. You charge
salary. References. 242, Outlook. the personal study and specialized meat
$1.50, make $1.35. Ten orders daily easy. Write ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity,
YOUNG French lady, experienced, weil The Wayside Inn
Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to for particulars aud free samples. Ainerican educated, desires situation to teach Fren, NEW MILFORD, Litchfield Co., Conn.
RO BRUT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D. Monogram Co., Dept, 167, East Orange, N.J. in first-class public school, boarding scho!
(late of The Walter Sanitarium) In the foothills of the Berkshires. Open all
or college. New England or vicinity. 27 Companions and Domestic Helpers
Outlook. the year. An ideal place for your summer's
WANTED-Mother's helper interested in
boys ages 6,3%, and 2. Good home in Friends
nent position open Sept. 1. References re
quired of ability and health, 252, Outlook. BOY8 wanted. 500 boys wanted to sell TI
MODERN If You Are Tired or Need a Change APARTMÉNT with southern exposure
Outlook each week. No investmeut necessary EXCELLENT home in cultured family and refined position as companion open to well
Write for selling plan, Carrier Department. you cannot find a more comfortable place in in East Orange, N.J. 3 blocks from train born, well-bred young lady of education and
The Outlook Company, 381 Fourth Ave.,
New York City.
and trolley. From October 1 for 6 months cultivation who is fond of and attractive to
Beud things on approval. No sauples. Reier
euces. 309 West 99th St. GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS
WANTED-Young woman of refinement TO young women deairing training in the Real Estate
and experience to assist mother with care of care of obstetrical patients a very thorough It affords all the comforts of bome without
nurses' aid course of six months is offered liv
three small children. Protestant preferred. extravagance. NEW JERSEY State salary, experience, and give references. the Lying-In Hospital, 307 Second Ave, der
Mrs. Beardsley, 258 S. 16th St., Philadelphia. York. Monthly allowance and full mainte ompletely furnished 4-room house for WANTED immediately, trustworthy, wo
nance is furnished. For further information reasonable rent, six months or year. Re- man, age 45-55, as housekeeper in family of
address, Directress of Nurses. WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS. stricted locality, within the hour, frequent 3 adults in Vermont. Good home and fair NOTED teacher of boys desires eleven hos Hot and cold running water in nearly all trains, near station. Lawn & trees. H.C. Wait, wages for right person. 243, Outlook.
for college preparation together with him xan West Englewood. Tel. Englewood 1379-M. bedrooms. Some private baths. Many com
in his country home. Relerences noted du
FRENCH speaking girl to assist in care of fortably furnished rooms for general up,
two small daughters of minister and wife. cators. 210, Outlook. Large, breezy, screened piazza. Fern room),
SW188 lady, long engaged in education * Crowe' vest? outlook. Edison phonograph
will chaperon few young ladies in her b. Taboratory model. Casino separate by ADIRONDACK CAMPS
Teachers and Governesses
to learn French. Healthful climate. Bru sitli play room for children. Bowling.
running GOVERNESS, English or Scotch. Begin- tiful scenery. Lessons in art and all wolri: (Tognet. Pleasant forest walky and water, inside toilet. Moderate rent for Sept. pers' music. No other teaching. Must help languages can be had in the city. For teru. crvey. Creatu, berries, fruit, fresh and Oct. Fine location. Supplies convenient. in housekeeping Mrs. Julian Coolidge, 27 address Mlle. M. Prilaz, 64 Ave. de Rune ickens Rates $15, 18, 21, 25 a week Jersey milk and cream. A. WARD, Jay, N. Y. Fayerweather St., Cambridge, Mass.
THE WELDON .
HOTEL sohn Adams, 13 Harvard Avel. Brookline, Mass elderly housekeeper internativer les home.com
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