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Mountain air, beautiful surroundings; fresh eggs, milk, vegetables, fruits; large, cool rooms; modern bath. Twenty-five to thirty dollars per week.
THE MAPLES, Coudersport, Pa.
can have board for summer in retined private family. Near golf links. Terms moderate. References exchanged. 5,515, Outlook.
Wanted - Adult boarders or convalescents.
Desirable place for family to spend sumtner. Comfortable rooms. Modern conveniences On farm near Norfolk, Conn., summer resort. Moderate terms. 5,459, Outlook.
TO LET For season or year at Brookfield
Eastern Point, near New London
HERON ISLAND, ME.
For Rent ISLE-AU-HAUT. ME.
STONE, Columbia University, New York City.
FOR SALE OR RENT
eighteen miles from
ON ORANGE MOUNTAIN and compiling of lectures and addresses for
For Rent June 1 to October 1
Furnished House on Orange Mountain (four bathrooms) and all conveniences. High location, beautiful grounds. Within easy commutation distance of New York. For particulars apply to PETER DUFF, Orange, N. J. R. F. D.
Pleasantly situated in a village
of 11 rooms, with steam heat, several fireplaces, hot and cold water in each bedroom, large barn, one acre of land, will be sold at a great bargain and partly furnished if desired. JOHN D. HARDY, 10 High St., Boston.
wie porches: bathing and boating: near golf SEAL HARBOR,
links of Griswold Hotel. Apply to S. T. P., 24 W. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, Md.
To be sold at less than cost of house alone; rooms, 3 baths, modern conveniences hroughout; 50 acres and buildings in heart of lestrable picturesque Connecticut Valley upands; beautifully appointed for ideal counry home-accessible yet exclusive. Farm, Orchard, lake. A striking bargain, sale or lease. No real estate agency involved. Photographs and particulars from owner. Price $25.000. PHILIP W. PORTER, Higganum, Conn. IN BEAUTIFUL SALISBURY,
3 hours from New York, 8 rooms, bath, open fireplaces, pure water, electricity, water eating, garage, garden, fruit. Miss A. M. CLARK, 1142 Madison Ave., New York.
throughout. Five rooms (three bedrooms) and bath. Kitchen with running water. Ice, wood, and rowboat included.
For full particulars address 4.511, Outlook.
ME. For Sale One of the best equipped
Completely furnished housekeeping cottage (known as Bristol cottage), electric lighted, 4 master's rooms, 2 servants' rooms, all large, 3 baths, 4 fireplaces. splendid location and view. INNES & CENTER, Agent, 30 East 20th St., New York City.
farms and most attractive country places in Dutchess County 40 pure bred and 20 grade Holsteins. 300 acres. High elevation. 3 hours from New York. For particulars and photos, 5,517, Outlook.
any occasion. Guaranteed satisfaction. Address Current Information, Brainerd, Minn.
PLACEMENT BUREAU for employer and employee: housekeepers, matrons, dietitians, attendants, secretaries, governesses, mother's helpers. 51 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass. DIETITIANS, superintendents, cafeteria managers, governeases, matrons, housekeepers, social workers, and secretaries. Miss Richards, Providence, East Side Box 5. Boston, Fridays, 11 to 1, 16 Jackson Hall, Trinity Court. Address Providence.
WANTED-Competent teachers for public and private schools. Calls coming every day. Send for circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N. Y.
TEACHERS WANTED for public and private schools, colleges and universities all over the country. Walter Agnew, 1254 Amsterdam Ave., New York.
TEACHERS WANTED-College graduates for all departments of schools and colleges. September vacancies. Special terms for early enrollment. THE INTERSTATE TEACHERS' AGENCY, Macheca Building, New Orleans, La.
BERNICE A. DRYER, 15 East 40th St., N. Y. C. Distinctive service for organizations and individuals demanding the highest grade men and women in commercial and educational lines. The Commercial Department supplies executives, secretaries, research workers and other office assistants for organizational Department recommends teachers for public and private schools. Inquiries invited."
A Little Old Farmhouse or individual requirements. The Educational
Remodeled. 7 rooms, bath, running water, fireplace, furnace; big piazza; thoroughly or all-year farm; at Hillsdale, N. Y., 3 hours Harlem Division; woods, hiils; 94 acres; barn, garage, chicken houses; fruits. $6,500. HITCHCOCK, 45 East 55th St., N. Y. City.
NEAR OLD BEDFORD Jamestown, N. Y
Westchester County, N. Y. Moderate priced house, porch with high Colonial columns, 10 rooms, 2 baths, electricity, telephone, new furnace, copious water supply. Large barn-garage with four rooms. Five minutes' drive to golf links. Five minutes' walk to swimming pond. Beautiful wood roads. Will sell with about 8 acres for $18,000. Additional acreage if desired. Will also sell furniture in house including Colonial and Italian pieces. Write Box 3, Bedford, N. Y., or phone evenings, "59 Bedford Village."
view. Will let the whole estate or house FOR RENT for Summer stucco house
alone. Possession Sept. 1st. Details with pictures sent on request. 5,405, Outlook.
For Sale-Rustic Cottage Fully Furnished On Hillside
in Mass.; Restful summers; verandas; fine views; piney air; six bedrooms, bath, toilet, hot water, fireless cooker; oil, wood, and coal stove; open fireplace; screens; plenty fine walks, drives. $3,500, or $3,200 for cash. "K. K.," Mr. HOWARD, East Northfield, Mass.
NANTUCKET, MASS. Furnished Cottage. Ocean frontage. $350 season. R. E. FARRIER, Ridgewood, N.J.
High ground, facing Hudson; verandas, sleeping-porches, 3 baths, fireplaces, electrical equipment; 2-car garage; 4 minutes from Park
WANTED 1,500 Railway Traffic Inspectors; no experience; train for this profession through spare-time home study; easy terms; $110 to $200 monthly and expenses guaranteed, or money back. Outdoors, local or traveling, under big men who reward ability. Get Free Booklet CM-27. Stand. Business Training Inst., Buffalo, N. Y.
Companions and Domestic Helpers WANTED-Competent woman to care for child a year old, to go to Mexico City. Mrs. John E. P. Morgan, 40 Milton Road, Rye, N. Y. Telephone 528 J.
WANTED-Woman, preferably middle aged, in small family. Willing to do very simple plain cooking. Experienced cook not wanted. A very unusual home for refined woman. 9.982, Outlook.
Hill Station, Yonkers. Rent $350 monthly. If family of good social standing. A lady, capa
desired, arrangements can be made to include car, chauffeur, and maid. 5,507, Outlook.
A Wonderful Bargain
Why stick around New York and pay fabulous apartment house rent, when an investment representing an interest charge (including taxes) of $2,500 per year would provide you with a beautiful country home, located in a park of ten acres, with magnificent Hudson River scenery in full view. The joy of living awaits the man or woman who acquires this property. It would take fifty years of nature's work to reproduce the twenty-odd
Manomet, Plymouth, Mass. varieties of trees, hedges and shrubs, and
FURNISHED SHORE COTTAGE to let or for sale; broad piazzas, electric lights, hot and cold water, conveniences, open fireplace; terms moderate. WM. H.
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY HAWLEY, Room 148, State House, Boston.
to purchase a small estate at glorious spot on the
ive-Room Cottage, retired, acces
Faible, fine view, simply furnished, driven MAINE COAST well, 3 minutes to electrics. $150 for season.
13 acres with beautiful woods and unsurpassed view of the ocean and Mount Desert Island Te modern bungalow, well arranged and homeke. 6 chamben, 2 baths, toilet, gravity water ply. Abo 2-story house, well built, suited cottage or caretaker. Barn, vegetable and Bower gardens, blueberry pastures. Can divide estate and sell houses separately. Owner has transferred his residence ad is offering this property at very low price for quick sale
miy to Dr. S. J. Beach, 776 Congress St., Portland, Me.
F. Bagnell, 5 Spring St., No. Plymouth, Mass.
$75,000 in cash to-day to erect the main house, the gardener's cottage, the garage and the barns (all built of brick), yet less than onehalf that sum ($35,000) on whole or part payment will buy the property. Could be sold furnished and ready for occupancy or unfurnished. For full particulars or appointment to visit property address KENNETH IVES & CO., 7 East 42d St., New York, or Owner, 5,473, Outlook.
FARMS-33 STATES $10 to $100
an Acre. Stock, tools, crops, often included to settle quickly. Write for big illustrated catalog. Strout Farm
Agency, 150 BM Nassau St., New York City.
I MUST SELL MY HALF ACRE in the bowl of the hills at DORSET. You should see it first in the moonlight. EDGAR PINNEO, 322 Pennington St., Elizabeth, N. J.
ble of caring for home, father, and two chil dren, twelve and fifteen. No servant's work expected. Mother engaged in outside business. 23, Outlook.
Teachers and Governesses WANTED-Young, refined, educated woman (about 30) as governess for three school children. Experience unnecessary. Mrs. Karran, 75 Fulton St., New York City.
WANTED-Christian man, teacher preferred, secure boys on commission Maine camp. Describe yourself fully. 9,932, Outlook. WANTED-Teacher for first four primary grades. Experience essential. Excellent salary for unusual person. The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Professional Situations TEACHER of singing, with European training, and long experience in teaching, desires position in summer school. 3, Outlook. TWO young physicians will take to Maine six boys requiring medical attention. 21, Outlook.
Business Situations FRENCHMAN, 36, of old French family, graduate Sorbonne University, banking and stock exchange experience, also could connect with important glove or faience industries in France, speaking English, French, German, and Spanish, having just arrived in America, seeks business connection or teaching position, either permanent or temporary. Highest credentials. 9,996, Outlook. ANDOVER student, aged 17, would like position on farm with refined family during
Rent-10 Room Summer Cottage the coming summer. 9,997, Outlook.
with running water, bathroom, broad veranda, garage, sightly location near quiet Vermont town on Connecticut River. For particulars apply to CHAS. E. CARR, 5019 Pulaski Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
BOARD AND ROOMS LADIES visiting New York, professional women, students, transient or permanent, June-October. Apply School for Girls, 17 East 86th St.
FOR THE HOME DOMESTIC
SCIENCE correspondence courses. Good positions and home efficiency. Am. School Home Economics, Chicago.
SECRETARY desires change of position in fall. Business or educational. References. 19, Outlook.
LADY, linguist, experienced in social secretary and editorial work, would give half day services for board in country. Excellent references. Write Apartment 11, 160 Waverly Place, New York City. Telephone, evenings, 1071 Spring.
Companions and Domestic Helpers YOUNG lady desires position as traveling companion, chaperon, nursery governess in family of refinement. 9,956, Outlook.
NURSE, graduate, sunny disposition nj relatives, desires position. Lady or man. Good traveler. Finest crede Outlook.
ENGLISH PRINTS and TROPICAL PRINTS FRENCH and ENGLISH DRESS SATEENS PRINTED FRENCH ORGANDIES
SWISS DROP-STITCH VOILES
Samples and Prices on Application
James McCutcheon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 34th and 33d Sts., New York
Engel Art Corners
NO PASTE NEEDED
Use them to mount all kodak pictures, post cards.clippings in albums
Made to Square, Round, Oval, Fancy and Heart of black, gray, sepia, and red gummed paper. Slip them on corners of pictures, then wet and stick. QUICK EASY-ARTISTIC. No muss, no fuss. At photo supply, drug and stat'y stores. Accept no substitutes; there is nothing as good. 10e brings full pkg. and samples from Engel Mfg. Co., Dept. 93-F, 4711 No. Clark St., CHICAGO
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 correspondence. Good needlewoman. Best references. 29, Outlook.
GRADUATE nurse 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 during the summer. Country preferred. Can give best of references. 27, Outlook.
GRADUATE nurse wishes position in boys or girls' camp. Fond of children. 28, Cook.
OMAN of education and refinement, age ires care of home and children. ExcepI references. 15, Outlook.
SOLD ON REPURCHASE BASIS
Teachers and Governesses EXPERIENCED teacher of English wishes position for the summer as tutor. She would travel. References. 9,994, Outlook.
WANTED by Princeton student, position for summer months as tutor for one or two boys, ages eight to fifteen. Will travel. 9,963, Outlook.
YOUNG man, college junior, with teaching experience, wishes position as tutor or companion during summer. Can instruct riding, golf, etc. 9,907, Outlook.
UNIVERSITY graduate desires position as tutor-companion in private home. No objection to traveling. 9, Outlook.
HIGHLY recommend my French teacher. Piano, Spanish, advanced English. Principal Gateway School, New Haven, Conn.
GENTLEWOMAN, teacher, desires summer position, chaperon or companion. Can read acceptably. Would travel in this country. Free June 15. 2, Outlook.
TEACHER-Experienced private school teacher, Boston-English woman, L.L.A. degree very successful teacher of children of 12 to 15 years, would like summer positionpreferably preparing girls or boys for preparatory school. Would consider permanent day position in Boston or vicinity. 7, Outlook, or telephone Copley 2959 M.
YOUNG gentleman, B. A., M. A. (economics, art), is forming afternoon class of five boys, ages eleven to fourteen, for summer months. Organized, educative recreation. First-class references. 26, Outlook.
N a public "demonstration garden" in New York City, beds of growing plants are accompanied by explanatory placards that attract much attention One of them reads:
MINT-Prior to July, 1919, was grown as an ingredient for juleps and for flavoring lamb. We fear its cultivation will stop and the once famous plant become a weed.
Another of the placards mentioned above seems to amuse many of the way farers who stop to learn about the possibilities of a city garden. It reads:
SAGE-Used for flavoring pork, duck, and goose. Grows almost any where. Sow seeds first of May. The Chinese love sage tea, and in the olden times would exchange four pounds of tea with the Dutch for one pound of sage. In England the saying goes:
He that would live for aye
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 Mar
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 Noble.
Marooned, by Clark Russell.
Toilers of the Sea, by Victor Hugo. An Iceland Fisherman, by Pierre Loti.
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
DARTMOUTH Senior. Phi Beta Kappa, desires to tutor in family traveling abroad or elsewhere. 8, Outlook.
BUSINESS woman going to California middle June would undertake private commission for reliable house or person. Room 303, 15 East 40th St., New York.
BOYS wanted, 500 boys wanted to sell The Outlook each week. No investment necessary. Write for selling plan, Carrier Department, The Outlook Company, 381 Fourth Ave., New York City.
EXCEPTIONALLY fine stationery for any type of correspondence. 150 sheets high grade note paper and 100 envelopes printed with your name and address for $1.50. Write for samples. Lewis, 25 Hudson Ave., Troy, N. Y.
MISS Guthman, New York shopper, wil send things on approval. No samples. Reter. ences. 309 West 99th St.
CLERGY MAN will supervise two or thre BOYS at his summer cottage, Cape Con Swimming, boating, etc. Moderate terus References exchanged. 9,966, Outlook.
SHORT COURSE IN NURSING in smal hospital for non-surgical and convalesce cases. Diplomas awarded. Only women refinement, intelligence, and high pur need apply. Particulars from Superintenden Francis E. Parker Home, New Brunswick, N BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME FO YOUNG CHILDREN. Refined and cultur father and mother would take into th home life a limited number of children fr three to eight years. Home influence at interested care. Very highest refere given and requested. Guardians and pare desiring to travel for the summer invited correspond. Convenient to Philadelphia an New York. Reply 14, Outlook.
FORMER teacher, owning delightful i acre place near school in New England vil lage, offers best care and home training t one or two children. Terms moderate. Re erences exchanged. 9,955, Outlook.
LONELY couple would board one or tw small children. Intelligent care in Christ a home assured. S. E. A., Box 175, Wyandotte Mich.
ONE OR TWO CHILDREN will be give home care for summer months by exper enced private school teacher. Tutor Miss Dorothy Hopson, Kent, Conn.
Slocum; "Lord Anson's Voyage Around the World," and, last but not least, "Robinson Crusoe."
A friend who has been re-reading Locke's "Beloved Vagabond" points out an error on the first page-a reference sto 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 dd first."
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."
A too-faithful dog spoiled a film scene, according to a Los Angeles correspondent 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
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? Can 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! 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?
From published interview with PROF. COLLIER
"Never have I seen such a harbor. On a tour
"Nature must have ordained that here should be the trade center of the Pacific and the trade center of the world within the 20th century - here at the world's great crossroads between the East and the West, North America and Eurasia, between North and South, Alaska and South America. The very differences on which world commerce depend are more marked in the case of Seattle than in that of any other city on the globe. . . . Nowhere else is the soil so deep, for I have found in Seattle's front yard glacial drift 900 feet deep. Yours will never be a problem of worn-out soil. Incidentally Los Angeles may "shimmy" with earthquakes and San Francisco may get another one, but Seattle, set on the deepest glacial drift yet discovered, has a shock absorber which makes the city immune for all time."
Seattle Chamber of Commerce & Commercial Club
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unique, in that they are the best footwear obtainable for the widest range of special uses to which American men put their shoes.
The call for special shoes for men in all occupations, ranging from the professions, military life and business life to labor, including general outdoor sports, is tremendous.
Herman's Shoes, varying from the genuine Munson U. S. Army Last to the latest dress shapes, and fashioned from highest-quality materials, answer to this call.
Sold in 8,000 retail stores.
JOS. M. HERMAN SHOE CO. 825 Albany Building BOSTON, MASS.
Invite the Wrens, Flickers, Martins,
Joseph H.Dodson resident American Audubon Ass'n
756 Harrison Ave., Kankakee, Ill. Dodson Sparrow Trap guaranteed to rid your community of these quarrelsome pests, price $8.00.