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Playground There is probably not a person in the Pacific Northwest who would change for any other spot on earth.
It is the fairest and loveliest land, we who live here believe, ever bestowed on man.
It is a land of sport and play-of golf every day | of the year; of glorious mountains to climb, of shimmering mountain lakes and rushing streams and tumbling waterfalls ; of superb scenic motor roads ; of thousands of miles of placid inland seas, dotted with charming isles and islets; of hikes and trails ; of boating, canoeing, swimming, and sea bathing; of sea fishing and stream fishing ; of upland birds and marsh birds and big game ; of camping and picnicking; of greenery and flowers and sheer beauty unparalleled. No heat ; no cold.
Spend this year's vacation with us. Special summer railroad rates and the open road for motorists.
Marimum temperature Seattle, 1921–80°. Average marimum summer months' temperature for 20 years-71°. Write for “The Charmed Land” booklet.
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(Continued) the country. They welcome almost any measures which will remove from their midst the concerns whose business practices are not above reproach. And here again the weeding out of the dishonest and the weak will serve to strengthen those who remain. It is a ruthless process, but it is for the good of the whole.
In order to promote recovery to normal and prosperous business conditions, therefore, the weak spots in our industrial body must be removed. Deflation and depression are the agencies to accomplish this result, and they are doing their work nobly, albeit without any particular speed. The Washington Conference, the recent gathering at Cannes, and the projected meetings at Genoa, in spite of the fact that the United States will not participate, promise to be of aid in international affairs, and the progress towards recovery is fairly consistent. There are temporary setbacks of course, but the trend is certainly for the better. The marked improvement in the foreign exchanges is eloquent testimony of this fact; the really remarkable demand for bonds which we have had for the past year or more is further proof that basic conditions are better; the course of agricultural prices and commodity prices in general is, on the whole, entirely encouraging as to the future. Many peoble base their ideas of our industrial
outlook almost entirely upon these three factors, and they can justly be regarded as fairly reliable indications of what lies ahead.
The stock market too is a barometer, but not quite so reliable a one as the other three we have mentioned. Stocks of course are dependent for their value upon the earnings of the issuing companies, and better business is usually discounted by higher quotations for stocks. On the other hand, the element of speculation enters largely into the fluctuations of stock prices, so that one cannot always tell whether a rising stock market is caused by sound considerations or is a temporary affair due to speculative manipulation. It is risky business trying to guess what the fluctuations of the stock market are going to be, and it usually turns out to be expensive business too.
It is a safe general rule that the higher the grade of an investment, the less it fluctuates in price. Like the laws of economics, it is not affected by temporary conditions, and if more people would try to order their lives so as to ignore things which do not concern them their personal fortunes would not fluctuate to any marked extent. What we need to-day are people willing to do the work in hand, who will stick to the task that is given them to do, and for. get the rest. That is the best method of hastening the return to prosperity that we all want to see. It is coming, and it will come more quickly if each one of us does his full share.
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in heart of wheat belt. Bungalow, barn, full IN.J.Attractive center-hall house, 11 rooms, I tiful waterfront, facing Olympics, on Puget line implements. $70 per acre. Particulars from all modern conveniences. Outbuildings, Sound, near Seattle. $12,750. For further parowner, 0. M. Brown, Milden, Saskatchewan.
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FOR RENT (lamden, Me. For rent, fully furnished,
packing house and full equipment, averaging several high-class seashore cottages. Best ELIZABETH, N. J. about 10,000 boxes yearly highly colored nonselections now. Photos, plans, and full descrip
irrigated apples, in the heart of White Salmon tion. J. R. PRESCOTT, Newtonville, Mass. Country house, 4 acres of park grounds,
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Also twenty acres adjoining with twelve acres rooms. Fully furnished. From May to NovemNine-Room Farmhouse TO LET ber. Rent moderate. Small family desired.
bearing apples, three in young orchard, balA FOR SUMMER SEASON. Over
ance timber, suitable for orchard or strawReferences required. 1 mile from R.R.station. looks Penobscot Bay. Shore privilege. Inquire,
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owner, Paul McKercher, White Salmon, Wash. FOR SALE
IDEAL OUTING BUNGALOW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Gentleman's Summer or All-Year Home FOR SUMMER RENTAL
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hot and cold water. Address 6,767, Outlook. electric lights and running water in both.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES High elevation, finest scenery in Franklin
FOR RENT, FURNISHED County, Me. Sacrifice for quick sale. Particu May 1 to Nov. 1. Cool, desirable house,
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DIETITIANS, secretaries, cafeteria man-
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days 11 to 1. Address Providence.
TO RENT, FURNISHED, FOR 4 donble and 1 single master bedrooms, 3 bath
TEACHERS WANTED-September prosSUMMER, very desirable house. Large rooms, living-room 23x25, dining-room, pantry,
pects at desirable salaries are being reliving-room, den, 1 master bedrooms, 2 serkitchen, laundry. Accommodations for 3 ser
ceived, and many teachers will be needed yants' rooms, 4 bathrooms; about 1 acre of vants. Attractively furnished, every modern
for all departments of schools and colleges. land, flowers, small vegetable garden, garage convenience. Ideally located, wonderful view for 2 cars. Terms moderate for satisfactory
Special terms for enrollment. THE INTERof country and water. Garage. 6,761, Outlook.
STATE TEACHERS' AGENCY, MACHECA tenant without small children. Apply Room
BUILDING, NEW ORLEANS, LA. 1109, 32 Liberty Street, New York City. Small Point Beach, Me., BATH near
CHARLOTTE Gordon supplies really de
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mate housekeeping experience to solve your plumbing,fully furnished. Unobstructed view
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T. S. Denison & Co., 623 So. Wabash, Dept. 74, summer or longer term. Beautiful old Colo
Chicago. nial estate, close to Williams College campus. F you are interested in a Cottage Handsomely furnished, all modern improveor Camp, at any of the following
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also samples of excellent stationery for perGeorge. Entirely new. Built by present
sonal and professional use. Franklin Printery, House, 9 bedrooms, bathroom, for rent to owner, who will rent for the entire season at
Warner, New Hampshire. refined people for summer season. Delight
moderate rental. Completely furnished NOTE paper and envelopes. Your name fully located on New England farm near
throughout. Five rooms (three and address on 100 sheets good quality paper Portsmouth and Concord. Every convenience.
bed rooins) and bath. Kitchen with and 100 envelopes. Blue or black ink. PostFully furnished. Open fires. Wood supply
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to ALEX. PHINNEY, Cooperstown, N. Y. Troy, N. Y. on SIX MILE LAKE IN WHITE
RURAL church in Fulton Co., N. Y., needs
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bedrooms, two baths, living-room, reception man needing country air acceptable. Salary Presidential Range. 8, 9 and 10 rooms, run
room, dining-room, kitchen, pantry, conser $900 and parsonage. Location healthful and ning water and bath. $150 to $300 for season.
vatory, three fireplaces; all improvements; accessible. 1,161, Outlook. COMMERCIAL CORPORATION
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HELP WANTED Companions and Domestic Helpers WANTED-- Woman of strong personality who is interested in position to teach sewing and take care of clothing, in home for orphan girls. Please state, in applying, amount of training and when and where it was gained; experience; also salary expected and references. 1,036, Outlook.
WANTED for cottage mother-Woman of strong personality, having had experience in management of children, who is capable of managing home. Must have knowledge of cooking and sewing. Some training is desirable. Please state qualifications, references, and also salary expected. 1,037, Outlook. SITUATIONS WANTED
Business Situations TWO teachers, college graduates, desire positions in camp. Especially qualified to direct all dramatics, outdoor recreation, and occupational activities. Exceptional experience and superior references. 1,142, Outlook.
Companions and Domestic Helpers
WANTED, by an experienced woman of ability and pleasant personality, a position as housemother, housekeeper, or other executive position in summer camp for girls or boys for season of 1922. Satisfactory references upon request. Address 821, Outlook.
BY Southern gentlewoman, position as companion or to help with oue or two small children. 1,061, Outlook.
YOUNG woman, 30, college graduate, experienced, desires position as traveling companion to lady, or as chaperon for one or more girls traveling. Charges reasonable. Highest references. 1,086, Outlook.
REFINED woman wishes position as trayeling companion or chaperon. 1,089, Outlook.
WILLIAMS undergraduate of high standing desires to travel as tutor-companion this summer, preferably to Europe. References. Address 1,091, Outlook.
GOVERNESS, going to Europe May-Jume, would act as companion or take charge of children. Experienced, good sailor. References. 1,108, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED registered nurse, good traveler, wishes to travel with convalescent or semi-invalid for summer or longer. Fres May 1. 1.12, Outlook.
CORNELL instructor wants traveling companionship position for summer. 1,136, Outlook.
CULTURED Southern young woman as social secretary or companion. Graduate of university. Will travel. References. 1.130, Outlook.
LADY desires position as secretary, chaperon, companion, for summer. 1,149, Outlook.
COMPANION-American gentlewoman, good reader, knowledge nursing, would ac company lady to country for summer. References. 1,145, Outlook.
YOUNG woman, junior in college, wishes to travel with woman or family during summer as secretary. Good stenographer, several years' business experience. References exchanged. 1,147, Outlook.
COLLEGE girl as traveling companion during summer. Experienced in European travel. Speaks French. References. 1,141, Outlook.
HOUSEKEEPER, supervising - Refined; other help; adult family or motherless home. 1,152, Outlook.
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL desires summer employment. J. S. Boughton, Angora, N. Y.
LADY of education, accustomed to children, wishes position in child-caring institution, school, or home. 1,144, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED cafeteria manager, capable cook, and housekeeper with unquestionable references seeks position in family, school, institution, or business house. 1,778, Outlook.
MANAGER-housekeeper of country estate or farm, by young, energetic woman, experieuced chauffeur, fond of children ; entire responsibility or as traveling companion. Excellent long references. Address B. B., care R. Ely, 114 E. 81st St., New York City.
WOMAN, refined, experienced desires position as companion to elderly lady. Best references. Address R. E. Row, Clearfield, Pa.
WANTED, by lady, now housemother in girls' school, light employinent during summer months. Address 1,156, Outlook.
GRADUATE nurse, Protestant, wishes permanent position; nurse, companion, housekeeper, secretary, etc., or training of children, dieting, teaching swimping, canoeing. City or country. 1,166, Outlook.
HOSTESS or house-mother for home where there are young girls. Trained, refined, and having home-making possibilities. 1,168, Outlook.
WANTED-University graduate, teacher, desires position traveling as companion or tutor. References. 1,165, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED college man desires position as driver for refined, congenial family touring for summer. Can tutor if necessary. Excellent references. 1,172, Outlook.
HOUSEKEEPER - Cultured woman, accustomed own home, servants, trained welfare worker, wishes to supervise motherless household. 1,171, Outlook.
WANTED-A position for July and August in summer camp as housemnother or assistant housekeeper by capable young Scotch woman of experience and pleasing personality. The best of references furnished upon request. 1,176, Outlook.
REFINED widowi wishes position as companion-chaperonu or house mother in collese
or summer camp. Best references. 1,104, l'Outlook. 0.
Ometing, tecretary nurse. Otestant
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SITUATIONS WANTED Companions and Domestic Helpers
COLLEGE engineering student wishes position as touring chauffeur this summer. E. Richards, Box R, Sta. A, Ames, Iowa.
TRAVELING. American woman, experienced, cultured, sympathetic, Speaking French German, for lady, party,going abroad. Highest references. 1,170, Outlook.
Teachers and Governesses RADCLIFFE graduate, age 27, with successful experience in college preparatory teaching, wishes tutoring position for the summer; particularly in the classics. 1.096, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED teacher who loves children desires position as governess and companion to child requiring service she can render. Good references. Country preferred. 1,119, Outlook.
YOUNG man, 44 years of age, 15 years' experience teaching Latin and history in private, high, and boarding schools, master's degree University of Pennsylvania, will be open for position of similar character or small college for ensuing year. Highest references. 1,153, Outlook.
TEACHER, refined gentleman, over 30, who conducts classes every evening in public speaking, English, and history, desires position during the day as instructor in private school or other institution or as private secretary or business assistant. Has had years of business experience and possesses administrative ability, having had charge of an office of 20 people. Position must be steady and with responsible people. Salary reasonable. Highest references. 1,174, Outlook.
GOVERNESS - Cultured, experienced. References. Would take care children from five years on. 1,175, Outlook.
WANTED-Position in summer camp. Can teach voice, piano, and elementary subjects. Nine years' private school experience. 1,158, Outlook.
TRAVELING companion or chaperon-governess. Educated, experienced French lady, knowledge English; teaches French, German. References exchanged. 1,160, Outlook.
EXPERT tutor, Latin and English, college preparatory or advanced work, New York City. 1,167, Outlook.
KINDERGARTNER, experienced, wishes summer work. 1,16+, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED grade teacher with excellent references wishes to tutor in summer camp through July. 1,162, Outlook
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History alive! A humanized book of vivid interpretation of the most threatening danger point in world affairs.
Whose move next in the international game for Constantinople and the Straits? Can Mustapha Kemal Pasha create a nation out of the moribund Turkish Empire? What do you know about the people who dwell in Anatolia, Kurdistan, Georgia, Armenia, Persia, Syria, Arabia ? The New Turkey of Mustapha Kemal By L.S. Moore
Just before the great defeat of the Greeks, when not more than a dozen foreignergówere being admitted by Mustapha Kemal to Augora, his capital, Mr. Moore made his way directly to the new leader of Turkey. Here is the face-toface, intensely dramatic story of the power of this man in building a new nation out of a dying people. The Heritage of the Near East By W. L. Westermann
Professor Westermann, Near Eastern expert for President Wilson at Paris, writes a searching article ou the peoples, politics, economics and history of the Near Eastern couttries. If the relations of these people and the underground workings of European politics have mystified you, Professor Westermann's incisive article will clarify your ideas.
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Some New Old Proverbs
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RETIRED woman physician will receive into her own attractive suburban home young child whose mother may be ill or traveling. Seashore summer. $100 per month, up. 1,148, Outlook.
MOTHERLESS INFANT will be given home and care by country doctor's wife at $25 a week, 1.140. Outlook.
EXPERIENCED teacher of young children, returning to own suburban home May 1, wishes entire care of one or more healthy. normal children. 1,151, Outlook.
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Mark Twain was a pirate on the Mississippi River. He is deserving oť an inch in the Hall of Fame.
There were a few seats right on the stage reserved for the most extinguished people.
Chlorine has a great infinitive for hydrogen.
Increase in temperature causes emotion and by this emotion gases and solids are more soluble in a liquid.
Water is needed in the diet to keep us moist on the inside.
As a man Daniel Webster had an excellent mastery of the English language. So large was his vocabulary that he wrote a dictionary which is now used universally.
It (Sir Roger de Coverley Papers) showed us the love Sir Roger had for all mankind even down to the old house dog.
Aphrodite was an unarmed statue of a beautiful and noble woman of unknown origin.
One day a raven came and all it would say was “never no more."
Annie Ridd was a stronger developed character than was Lorna Doone because she made better use of her hands and legs by working or cooking.
The Pilgrim was a man who wandered about in search of his religion.
The dress of the Saxons consisted of a short tunic, a long cloak, stockings, and scandals.
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