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Buildings-Use Community Heating

propose their own answer. In a few days their committee came to him with a proposal that their pay should be cut a dollar a day all around. The man. ager's estimate of the necessary reduction was a dollar and fifteen cents, but he accepted their figure, and the opera. tion went forward on a basis of mutual understanding and confidence.

The third group to face the manager has represented the local citizens. It has included business and professional men whose fortunes are bound up with the community. Some of these men have belonged to the same club, lodge, and chamber of commerce with the manager. They have been thinking of their families and of the business and

"Adsco Community community enterprises to which they

Heating " being in

stalled in West committed. They have asked: tunnel at St.Paul,

Chester, Pa. "How are bills to be paid, how is the Minn., 110 feet community life to be maintained, if your

underground. industry shuts down or pays starvation wages? Stores, churches, schools, the paving of streets and the building of homes are all at stake here. Are you playing fair with us or are you only concerned to save your own gains?" Under this kind of pressure managers have consented to continue operating at heavy loss. The will of the community has prevailed to maintain decent family

Reduce insurance premiums. Do away with coal dust, ashes and support and to preserve some degree of fire-tending in each separate building. unity and courage among its members. Behind this group the manager has

Heat groups of buildings from seen in his mind's eye a larger public

one central source of steam. Pipe waking up to a realization of their in

the steam through underground terest in all basic industries and their equity in all natural resources. Once

mains and pay according to the this public might be "damned" with im

amount used as metered, the same punity, but those old days of managerial

as gas, water, and electricity. Have irresponsibility are gone. Now the public asks questions and has ways of

a steady heat supply positively forcing an answer. Principally it asks,

controlled 24 hours a day. “How important is your service to us, and are you asking a fair price for it?” Home of H. E. Chubbuck,

This is the ideal method of heatIf not satisfied on these points, the pub

Peoria, Ill.
Adsco Heating.

ing buildings. During the


40 lic may stubbornly or clamorously de

years we have designed equipment mand “to be shown." To all these questions the manager

and made installations for more than has been tempted to say that his busi

400 towns, institutions, industrial ness is to produce, not to talk; that he

plants, groups of residences, etc. is doing his best and has no apologies or explanations to offer. But without

Write for complete data regardthe understanding and support of the stockholders, the employees, and the

ing cost, operation and profits. Is public he cannot keep on producing.

there exhaust steam being wasted by Their questions are part of his job.

any plant in your neighborhood ? Ultimately he will have to talk things over fully and frankly with them and

Ask for Bulletin No. 20-0 on win their confidence and good will.

Residence of J. M. G. Brown, “ Adsco Community Heating.' With respect to the first group he has

Morgantown, W. Va. probably recognized this necessity.

Adsco Heating.

Bulletin No. 158-0 describes With regard to the second and third he

“Adsco Heating,” the one valve is beginning to do so. Occasionally, to be sure, one still finds a manager who system, for individual buildings. Name of your architect appreciated. thinks that workingmen may be held to efficient production by fear of hunger or

AMERICAN DISTRICT STEAM COMPANY by the speed of machines, but the facts

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Seattle duction lowered far below normal by discontent among the crew. We have also, it should be said, had equally impressive reports of increase up to twenty per cent above normal where the manager has kept his men continually informed, confident, and co-operative. In







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YOUNG man, university graduate, wishes
Christian family,.3 adults, in convenient

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ENTHUSIASTIC traveler, refined, intel- successful motherly women will give personal

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perience not necessary, or will take experi-
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entertaining. Price 50 cents. The ShakeOutlook.

speare Club, Camden, Me. Teachers and Governesses

WANTED, by capable, educated woman, LADY living near New York, where the WANTED—Competent English governess day time position in New York City as secre environment is of the best, will gladly take a for several children living outside Philadel- tary-companion. Is musical, literary, fitted child, giving it a mother's care and training. phia who attend school. 022, Outlook.

to be executive secretary or hostess house- $30 weekly. 927, Outlook.

keeper; or, would chaperon young, lady SITUATIONS WANTED student. References excellent. 948, Outlook.

M. W. Wightman & Co. Shopping Agency,

established 1895. No charge; proinpt delivery. Business Situations

WIDOW of refinement with little daughter, 44 West 22d St., New York.

7, would like position as housekeeper for EXPERIENCED woman, executive, secre- widower or bachelor where help is kept.

WANTED - Young women to take nine tarial training, desires interesting responsible 945, Outlook.

months' course in training for the care of position. Would travel. 930, Outlook.

LADY (Scottish) wishes position as secre

chronic and convalescent invalids. Address Companions and Domestic Helpers tary or secretary-companion. Willing to

Supt. F. E. Parker Home, New Brunswick,

N. J.
WANTED, by an experienced woman of

travel for expenses only. At present engaged
ability and pleasant personality, a position as

as secretary to principal large women's col- AMBITIOUS writers of photoplays, short

lege. Free March or April. Highest refer- stories, songs, poems, newspaper articles, housemother, housekeeper, or other execuences. 947, Outlook.

send to-day for FREE helpful booklet, tive position in summer camp for girls or

COMPANION. Young woman would like "Successful Writing.' Writer's Digest, S 688 boys for season of 1922. Satisfactory refer

to take place of daughter with elderly couple Butler Bldg., Cincinnati.
ences upon request. Address 821, Outlook.
MANAGING companion or secretary to

or lady living alone. Good homne more im- CORRECT breathing cure. For asthma
portant than salary. 944, Outlook.

and hay fever. Instructions illustrated. For elderly couple or lady living alone where

Teachers and Governesses

information address Frances refinement, education, responsibility, appre

E. Willard ciated. Mitchell, 118 Montague St., Brooklyn,

Memorial, National Physical Betterment INTELLIGENT young woman, college

Bureau, 220 West Park Ave., Mansfield, 0. N. Y.

graduate, experienced in care of children, NURSE, refined, for seni-invalid or elderly wishes position as governess June 20-Sep

“MAKE YOUR OWN" COLD CREAM. person going to California ; South; traveling. tember i. Travel preferred. Tutor French, Formula and directions for facial treatment, References. 889, Outlook.

German. Excellent references. 888, Outlook. $1. Mills, D, Suite 1121, 1133 Broadway, N. Y.

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