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Real Estate THE beanty, fascination, and mys MASSACHUSETTS
CONNECTICUT 1 tery of the Orient Tureg visitors
In the Foothills of the BERKfrom all over the world to TUMPLETON
I SHIRES. Choose your own camping Interbrook Lodge and Cottages
site on my hilltop farm. Elevation 1,280 feet INN
Keene Valley, N.Y. In pines and spruces, Housatonic River 2 miles. Springs, beautifu heart of its., beautiful location, 400-acre farm view. Arrangements made on place for me in connection with house. Send for illustrated toring, horseback riding, building of shacks
booklet. $18 and $20. M. E. LUCK, Prop. buying of provisions, vegetables, milk, eggs The quaiutest and most interesting of all
and butter. Personal interview.6,929, Outlook countries. Come while the old age customs prevail. Write, mentioning "Outlook" to
IX EENE VALLEY INN, Keene
A CORNWALL, CONN.
climbing, tennis, fishing. Capacity 150. $18 Care Traffic Dept.
week up. Illus, booklet. . W. Black, Prop. A good-sized house. 5 master's bedrooms, :
baths, large living room, broad porches, beauIMPERIAL GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS
tiful view. Fully furnished.
Price $200 a month.
L. R. SANFORD. for full information
A camp for
the lovers of the out-of-doors. Refined sur
A ttractive houses to rent for the
roundings. Good table. Large living-hall. $5-6 in cities and popular resorts, $4-5 in the country
summer from $800 to $2,500. Several de Called the most homelike and complete
Cottages and tents for sleeping Boats and sirable houses for sale, fine location. Ideal sursummer hotel in America.
canoes. Black bass fishing. Hikes into the roundings. Mrs. L. J. Booth, Litchfield, Coun. For young women June 22-Sept. 8. Attrac
Altitude 1,200 feet.
woods. Nights around the camp-fire. Everytive itinerary includes Passion Play. Apply Located in a quiet village. Accommodates
thing comfortable and homelike. CHAS. T. For Rent in Stonington, Conn.
MEYER, Lake Pleasant, Hamilton Co., N. Y early, party is limited. Box 637, Mesa, Ariz. one hundred guests.
10-Room Cottage, with 2 baths: 3 Excellent cuisine, elevator service, private
servants' rooms and bath; garage and 6 acres
of land. Beautiful view overlooking Long bathrooms, steam heat, electric lighting.
hew Gardens Imm Island Sound; near-by facilities for bathing Season June 15 to Sept. 15. KEW GARDENS, LONG ISLAND, N.Y.
and tennis. Rent $900. Apply to Mrs. W. H. THE BEST MODERATE PRICED TOURS Booklet.
Robey, 202 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
18 minutes from Penn Station, New York
City. Residential American Plan Hotel.
In the country convenient to all parts of
the city. Wonderful for the "kiddies."
Camden, Me. For rent, fully furnished, hensively with expe
several high-class seashore cottages. Best rienced university conductor. Passion Play.
Golf-Riding-Dancing-Tennis selectious now. Photos, plans, and full descripGeo. B. Watts, 400 Oak St., Minneapolis, Miun. WELLESLEY HILLS, MASS. (Near)
tion. J. R. PRESCOTT, Newtonville, Mass. UNDEN KNOTT MANAGEMENT
Geo. H. Wartman, Resident Manager
FOR SALE nearly all bedrooms. Private baths. Sun-room.
Our table a specialty. Terms moderate. Tel. and Return
Gentleman's Summer or All-Year Home
In family since clearing of the land. 150 acrey,
productive soil, well divided. New modern
barn, comfortable old-fashioned farmhouse 65 Day itinerary includ
and Central Dining Hall electric lights and running water in botlu. ingevery point of Scenic
The comforts of a home without the cares of
High elevation, finest scenery in Franklin and Historic Interest in
County, Me. Sacrifice for quick sale. Particile
housekeeping. M.C.LOCKWOOD, Mt. Pocono, Pa. the United States, $850
lars of W.F.S., Box 7, South Braintree, Mass. for particuları Raymond Wilson, Inc.
TO RENT FOR SEASON 503 Fifth Avenue, New York City
West 720 St., through
CHESTER, Vt. “The Maples." Delightto 71st St., New York
ful summer home. Cheerful, large, airy
rooms, pure water. bath, hot and cold ; broad FREE TRIP TO EUROPE will be
Spacious summer home at Seal Harbor. 300 rooms, each with bath. Absolutely piazza, croquet, tine roads. Terms reasonable.
Mount Desert Island, Me. Address au organizer of a small party. Established 1901. fireproof. One block to 724 St. en. Refs. exchanged. The MISSES SARGEANT. G. S. TALCOTT, 36 Pearl St., Hartford, Conn. BABCOCK'S Tours, 13 Halsey St., Brooklyn. trance of Central Park. Comfort and refinement combined with moderate
FOR QUICK SALE 80-acre Travel-Study Club Italy to Eng. rates. Send for illustrated booklet J.
10-room house, Penobscot Bay view, borPrivate, select, economical. Lectures on his
ders lake, electrice, low price if sold now, 1 tory, art, current events. Booklet. Dr. and
The Bethesda White Plains,
miles Rockland, R. F. D., Maine, J. F. RICH Mrs. FLICK, University, Syracuse, N. Y. HOTEL JUDSON 53 Washing
A private sauitariuin for invalids and aged ton Square
who need care. Ideal surroundings. Address SALE OR RENT ad joining Judson Memorial Church. koonis
for terms Alice Gates Bugbee, M.D. Tel. 241. with and without batb. Rates $3.50 per day,
RANGELEY LAKE, MAINE micluding meals. Special rates for two weeks
Completely furnished housekeeping cot CANADA or vore. Location very central. Convenient The Beeches, Paris Hill, Me. Rest Home
• for semi tage. 6 master bedrooms, 2 maids'. living to all elevated and street car lines.
invalids and those needing rest and change of dining rooms, 2 baths, also smaller cottage scene. 22 miles from Poland. Same White Mt. Bargain if jinmediate. Particulars M. E. scenery. 900 feet altitude, Good food, cale, ALLEN, 107 Forest Ave., New Rochelle, NY
massage, hydro and electro-therapy. Children Digby, Nova Scotia
with their nurses made welcome at separate
Sunset, Me.-Cottage on Mill Island. 13 cottage. Booklet. ANNA SHEPARD, R. N. (Near 5th Avenue)
rooms, bath, pumping engine. No linen on FURNISHED COTTAGES
silver. Small boat. $40 for senson. Louis E MILDLY INSANE. Nurse with 0 West 45th Street
MALLORY, 318 Main St., Springtield, Mass. Golf, tennis, fishing, boating, bathing.
I special training. Private home. Beau-
tiful spot. Horse, auto drives included. Mrs.
Rose Rockwood McKissick, Belgrade, Me. AUBREY BROWN, DIGBY
MASSACHUSETTS Directly in the fashionable club and shop
ping section. Within five minutes' walk to COLORADO
“ INTERPINES” CAPE Ocean Front Bungalows all principal theaters. A high-class hotel patronized by those desiring the best accom
Moderate rents. W HEN You Think of a Cool and Dodations at moderate cost.
Beautiful, quiet, restful and homelike. Over
7. Ball, 56 Pine St., N. Y 26 years of successful work. Thorough, re
Rates and map gladly went upon request. VV Comfortable Vacation-Consider
liable, dependable and ethical. Every com.
TO RENT, fur JOHN P. TOLSON, Prop.
fort and convenience. Accommodations of Denver's largest and best furnished hotel
. nished, for suunmer of superior quality. Disorder of the nervous sys
Jonger, charming colonial estate. Fruit, veg tein a specialty. Fred. W. Beward, Sr., M.D.,
table gardens, icehouse, garage, good roads Fred. W. Seward, Jr., M.D., Goshen, N. Y. -While in New York
Five iniles from Mohawk trail Coinmunity o
culture, healthful, restful. Apply owner, Mrs Moderate Prices Centrally located.
Wanatorium in the Berkshires. De-
Nellie S. Clarke, Far Hills Farm, Heath, May
lightfully located, spacious grounds, rooing Write for desired information. like place in which to stay large and airy. Modern improvements ; ideal
CIOG LAKE. To Let, furnished bungalov Single rooms, use of bath, $1.50 & 3? for rest and relaxation ; particular attention
Jon Siog Lake, Holland, Mass. For the season CONNECTICUT
paid to diets. The Tenacres, Hinsdale, Mass.
terms very reasonable. References required Suite, parlor, belroom and bath, for 2,
Jolm F. Hebard, Southbridge, Mass. R. ED. 4 S1 & ) daily The Wayside Inn Parlor, ? hedrooms and bath, 4 or 5
e Ideal Place for Sick NEW MILFORD, Litchfield Co., Conn. persons, $6 & i laily
People to Get Well
Μ Ο Ν Τ Α Ν Α In the foothills of the Berkshires. Open all the
Doylestowe, Pa. An institution devoted to
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR year. An ideal place for your summer'y rest.
the personal study and specialized treat
Dartner Wanted to invest $5,000 2 hours from Now York. Write for booklet.
in Summer Camp on border 0 Mrs. J. E. CASTLE, Proprietor
Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to
Yellowstone Park. Log buildings ou banko ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D.
beautiful river. Camping parties, with saddle EUROPE
late of The Walter Sanitarium
horses and pack train. Fishing, bear and ell 202 WEST 103d STREET
hunting. Opportunity to build a good business
Address JACK HAMILTON, Lakeview, Mont
Fairview Sanatorium Ri Lainburgu End Boarding Estab
Sipall private sava59 Manor Place
NEW HAMPSHIRE lishment. Miss Slight
torium, limited to six patients. Pleasant locaNEW YORK
tion, large airy rooms. Attending physician,
one of the best lung specialists. Address
FACING WHITE MOUNTAINS
Randolph, New Hampshire
COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS AND BATH, “ LE CHALET”
IN THE ADIRONDACKS
20 ACRES OF LAND-PRICE $5.000 Mount Pisgah French School Comfortable, homelike. Alti
Owner will take back $2,000 in mortgage.! Boothbay Harbor, Me. French life in tude 1.800 feet. Extensive COR RENT, Furnished. Well-ven
MISS LEWIS, 17 WEST 47th ST. beautiful and restful surroundings. French verandas overlooking Keene tilated apartment. 8 large outside rooms,
Tel. Bryant 3824 spoken in the house. For particulars address
Valley. Trout fishing. Camp 2 baths, arranged for privacy. Near Riverside Prof. Ruerat, 66 Pitman St., Providence, R. &. ing. Swimming pool. Golf
NEW Park and Columbia University.6,917, Outlook. links; mile course y well-kept greens. Tennis
L HAMPSHIRI MASSACHUSETTS
COTTAGES TO RENT OR SELL and croquet. Fresh vegetables. Fine dairy. New York summer apartment, CenFurnished cottages, all improvements. Sep I tral Park West and 92d St. 7 rooms, light,
For particulars address WM. E. SATCHELI airy, attractively furnishied, modern improve
Owner, 162 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. arate suites and single rooms. Open from June THE WELDON HOTEL
10th to October 1st. Address mitil May 1st K. ments. 3-5 months. Refs. $175. 6,935, Outlook. GREENFIELD, MASS.
BELKNAP, 613 Clarendon St., Syracuse, N. Y.
FOR RENT monthly dances given for the pleasure of our where meals are served. References required. living in old-fashioned
On Metedeconk River, near Bayhead guests. For further particulars apply to For circular or information address John B.
wish to take boarders. new, furnished 6-room house ; 2-car garage J. T. SELLER, Manager. BURNHAM, 233 Broadway, New York.
Farmhouse Address 6,931, Outlook. I hot and cold water. Address 6,939, Outloo
Hotels and Resorts
NEW JERSEY IDEAL OUTING BUNGALOY
gliestsly dances give weekly and Ev
Real Estate NEW JERSEY
FOR SALE UPPER MONTCLAIR Colonial house and two acres opposite Upper Montclair Country Club. Nine rooms and three baths; two-car garage with rooms for help. Fine garden well stocked with trees, shrubs, and flowers. Further information communicate with H. F. TURTLE.
39 White St., Y.Y. Tel. 3832 Franklin.
ADIRONDACK CAMP-FOR RENT
18 rooms, 20 acres, 4 miles from Paul Smith's, on Upper St. Regis Lake, Railroad Station Lake Clear Juiction, post-office, telegraph and express office conveniences. Day and night trains from New York. Furnished, including linens. Icehouse, barn, 3 platform tents, woodshed full of wood, boathouse with large upper porch. Rent reasonable. For particulars address JUDSON F. STONE. Agent, 30 N. La Salle St., CHICAGO, ILL:
Sunset Camp Cottages
To Rent lwith Boarıl. Write for booklet and refJerences. R. Bennett, Raquette Lake, N. Y.
Lor rent, Keene Valley, Adiron-
bathrooms, fireplace, porches, ice, wood, Larage, golf, swimming $600. 6,915, Outlook.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES | SITUATIONS WANTED
SITUATIONS WANTED COOKING for PROFIT. Earn handsome
Companions and Domestic Helpers Teachers and Governesses income; home cooked food, catering, tea room, etc. Correspondence course. Am. SECRETARY-companion. Well-bred, col TUTOR-Harvard senior on years lease School Home Economics, Chicago.
lege graduate, 7 years' experience; excep absence (now in Florida) wishes positiou as tional recommendations. Would chaperon tutor or tutor-companion with desirabs also. 1,270, Outlook.
family during spring and summer. Expert FOR THE HOME
REFINED young French lady wishes to enced and successful. Athletic, fond of our HOME-made caudies, fresh, pure, delicious. teach French or be companion. 1,273, Outlook.
door sports. American, Protestant. Excellent
references. Will travel at home or abroa). 2 lbs. assorted, $1. postpaid. Marjorie Sutton, WANTED. by Protestant lady,experienced,
position as hostess or house-mother. Trained,
KINDERGARTNER wishes position as
governess in family of one or two children
kindergarten age. 1,267, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED teacher and school dated March 12, 1770, twenty years before
perienced traveler in this country and abroad, ecutive, college graduate, wishes position il George Washington was inaugurated Presidesires position as companion, secretary, or
girls' school strong enough to place pri dent of the United States. Also an issue of tutor. Speaks all modern languages. 1,278,
ciples of education and character betett the " Advocate Family Guardian," published Outlook.
expediency. Address 1,271, Outlook. in New York May 1, 1865, containing graphic
UNIVERSITY graduate and teacher, also FRENCH master in large Fastern prepara account of the death of Abrahain Lincoln. university student, wish positions as traveling tory school desires summer position as tctor Also a copy of "The American Anti-Slavery companion-governess, or nurse-maid for sum companion to your boy or boys. Princi: Almanac," 1839, a curious and powerfully in mer vacation. 1,280, Outlook.
graduate. Can speak French. Will travel teresting document. Any one interested in the REFINED young woman, college under 1,288, Outlook above can obtain detailed information regard graduate, desires a position as traveling com- | FRENCH teacher, Protestant, experiencei. ing same, price, etc., by writing to J. M. G., panion. Summer months. 1,279, Outlook.
college, university, preparatory, master i 1,274, Outlook.
STUDENT desires driving position during her business, wishes position; day, high
summer months. Ex-army aunbulance driver. school, college; North, Northwest. (HiSTATIONERY 1,285, Outlook.
celled references. Certificates France, C . HOUSE-mother or hostess in boarding nell. 1,225, Outlook. FOR $1 postpaid. 2011 sheets bond notepaper school by cultured lady accustomed to re WOMAN graduate student, specializing and 100 envelopes printed with your name fined surroundings: herself a mother. Capa
in child hygiene, wishes summer position it and address. Good paper and first-class work. ble of managing servants. 1,284, Outlook.
home or institution. Experienced in chia Sainples stamp. M. C. Harp, Lansing burg, YOUNG lady, having finished two years in care and teaching. 1,296, Outlook. XY. college and one in teaching, desires position
YOUNG woman, Canadian, graduate Yes UNUSUALLY desirable stationery for any as companion or tutor for the summer. Ref.
York Babies' Hospital, teacher's certificate. type of correspondeuce. 2010 sheets high erences exchanged. 1,287, Outlook.
would like responsible position as nurse or grande pote paper and 100 en velopes printed SOUTHERNER, gentle birth, college
governess. 1,362, Outlook.
woman, sunny disposition, common sense,
MISS Guthman, New York shopper, sili sonal and professional use. Franklin Printery, MATRON, changing. desires responsible
shop for you, services free. No samples.
References. 309 West 99th St.
BOYS wanted. 500 boys wanted to sell The and address on 100 sheets good quality paper COMPANION-murse or housekeeper, ex Outlook each week. No investment necessary. and 100 envelopes. Blue or black ink. Post ecutive abilities, versatile, good manager Write for selling plan, Carrier Department, paid $1. Huntington Press, 21 Bath St..
private or institutional position. Chaperon The Outlook Coin pany, 381 Fourth Are Norwich, Conn.
for traveling. Highly recommended. 1,289, New York City.
WANTED-Defective people to board. A
COMPANION desires to accompany lady dress W., Pawling, N. Y
traveling during suinmer. Excellent refer TO young women desiring training in the Professional Situations ences. 1,294, Outlook.
care of obstetrical patients a very thorough
COLUMBIA senior desires position during murses' aid course of six months is offereits WANTED-Physiciari, also manual train
summer as companion : .would travel. Excel the Lying-In Hospital, 307 Second Ave., New ing and woodcraft man, for boys' camp,
lent references, Other positions considered. York. Monthly allowance and full mainte Maine. 1,291, Outlouk. 1,298, Outlook.
nance is furnished. For further inforluating
address Directress of Nurses.
INVALID or nervous patient cared for in (PROTESTANTS) FOR LUCRATIVE AND COLLEGE girl wants position as com
physician's suburban home. Wife professiota. CONGENIAL FINANCIAL WORK. IN panion or governess for summer months. Can
nurse. 1,185, Outlook. TERESTED PROSPECTS SUPPLIED BY furnish references. Address 1.299, Outlook. YOUNG minister and wife in small Middle US. PERMANENT CONNECTION. SEND EXPERIENCED young French woman,
West city will take care of boy of 6 to 11 years. QUALIFICATIONS TO 1,187, Outlook.
Experience with children. Beautiful hoine.
M. W. Wightman & Co. Shopping Agency, EXPERIENCED woman to direct com HIGH school teacher of experience wants established 1895. Nocharge; prompt delivery. missary department and domestic help for position for summer. 1,303, Outlook.
25 West 24th St., New York. suminer camp in the Adirondacks. Need not
COPYING done, stories prepared for press. be trained dietitian, but must have practical
Teachers and Governesses
Box 215, Jonesville, Va. experience in private school or other institu
AS tutor to party traveling abroad this OPPORTUNITY to share home of profe tion. 1.240, Outlook.
summer, college man desires position. 1,245, sional man in quiet country house Dear WANTED, about May 20, by an invalid Outlook.
Boston; beautiful surroundings; no children: lady, living about 20 miles from New York,
JUNE or September. English woman wishes fine private library ; use of automobile, idea! lady as working housekeeper. Good cook,
position as tutor or governess. Teaches home for man of culture and quiet tastes. with good health. References asked and
Euglish, French, arithmetic. Good music. Ref. | Terms with board $200 per month. 1.2 given. Please write to J. C. Brewster, 130 East
ferences seven and five years. 1,295, Outlook. | Outlook. 15th St., New York.
Teachers and Governesses WANTED--Excellent nursery governess, English preferred. Best credentials. Two children under ten. Permanent position if mutually satisfactory. Position Sew York State. 1,283, Outlook.
se patienten traini
TAKE CHAMPLAIN, at ESSEX.
N. Y.-To rent, furuished, cottages and somes. Priced from $150 to $800 for season. EDWARD S. ANSON, Essex, N. Y.
Satually 'sader ten. Best erego
FOR RENT, Furnished Summer
Home. 16 room. All conveniences. Targe grounds. Northwestern Penu. : on hill
erlooking town. Always cool. 6.959, Outlook.
VERMONT Iscutneyville, Vt. For rent, season 1922,
fully furnished cottage. 9 rooms, bath, firelace, broad porches, garage, hardwood floors, arien space, on beautiful hillside, wonderful ew Conn. River Valley. Terms moderate. P. Blanchard, 5019 Pulaski Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
GRADUATE nurse, experienced, wishes
EXPERIENCED male nurse (former Con-
GRADUATE engineer, radio expert, good
TWO cultured, French-speaking young
YOUNG man, college graduate, wishes chance to travel abroaut next summer. Present position instructor in high school. References iurished. 1,928, Outlook.
FRENCH woman, high school teacher, wishes position as companion or tutor during summer. 1,266, Outlook.
SITUATION wanted by experienced kindergartner and social worker during the month of July. Care of children with family who spend the sunmer in the mountains. Addresy R. P. B., 464 Bird Ave., Buffalo, NY.
COMPANION, will travel, care for semiinvalid, chaperon, social secretary, position of trust, desired by woman highly recommend ed. C. A. T., General delivery, Summit, X. J.
ARE YOU in need of a Mother's
1 Helper, Companion, Nurse, Gov-
private schools. Calle coming every day.
ston, Trinity Court, 16 Jackson Hall, Frilys 11 to 1. Address Providence. PLACEMENT BUREAU for employer and oployee: housekeepers, matrons, dietitians, vernesses, secretaries, mother's helpers, tendauts. 51 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, ass. WANTED-Teachers all enbjects. Good cancies m schools and colleges. Internaonal Musical and Educational Agency, Carwie Hall, V. I. TEACHERS WANTED for public and ivate schools, colleges, and universities. lurcation Service, 1254 Amsterdam Ave.,
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BY THE WAY 6 TN a recent issue of The Outlook," a C.” “But I can't say FFFTHEE; I've lost
1 subscriber writes, "you refer to Dr. my tooths." "Then hold out your hand, Work as being, to the best of your and I'll teach you to lose your 'tooths,'" knowledge, the first physician to occupy says the mischievous teacher. The i Cabinet position. It has perhaps small boy gets a crack on the hand amid already been called to your historical great laughter, and the game goes on ecollection that Dr. James McHenry until all the victims have tried in vain vas Secretary of War in the Cabinets of to say C. Washington and Adams."
Dr. McHenry, another reader adds, A little girl, a contributor writes, is was born in Ireland in 1753, was a stu- learning “The Village Blacksmith;” she lent of Benjamin Rush, and was one of astonishes her teacher by getting it this he signers of the Declaration of Inde way in a rehearsal: vendence. Fort McHenry was named in
The smith, a mighty man is he, Elis honor. Dr. McHenry inaugurated
With large and swiney arms. nany radical and enduring reforms in
Another—perhaps this was a case of he army. He died at Baltimore in
tangle-tongue-said that the National 1816."
Hymn was “The Star-Bangled Banner."
• The nervous tension of life in Ireland
"Home Cooking," reads a sign in one during the events that preceded the es
of those New York delicatessen stores Lablishment of the Irish Free State is
that are the haven and refuge of the Ewell shown by an article in the "Atlan
tired apartment dweller. “That's what ic" which tells of "a kindly, white
my husband likes," remarked one of naired American woman" who one
these housewives as she was purchasing norning, while living in Dublin, came the family dinner while a reporter stood o the verge of a nervous breakdown by. ind asked her husband for a razor. “What in the world do you want with
Anatole France, who is seventy-eight, t?” he asked.
went to Stockholm to receive his Nobel “I'm going to kill myself. Where is
Prize just after recovering from a severe t?"
illness. He was fearful of catching cold, “Why, my dear, my razor won't help
and wore several well-padded waistcoats you. It's a safety."
under his coat. The Swedish custom A few days later she met General
officers were suspicious. “What have Macready at dinner in the Royal Hospi
you got in here?" one of them asked, al on the outskirts of Dublin, where he
with his hands on the great novelist's ived with his family, and related the
coat. "France,” was the reply. incident to the old officer. "Well, Mrs. - ," drawled the Gen
The following story has appeared in eral, solemn and thoughtful, “I shave
several papers: “Shortly before going with an old-fashioned razor. Every
abroad last year Sinclair Lewis bought morning when I lather my face I take
a fancy suitcase for his wife. They used this old weapon in my hand and I say to myself: 'Now, Nevil Macready, will
it on a week-end trip up the Hudson and
it was stolen on the train. In it was the you cut your throat or shave yourself?'—
manuscript of Lewis's new novel. The and I always shave!"
real tragedy is that Mr. Lewis did not
have a carbon copy." A children's party among the Kaffirs Messrs. Harcourt, Brace & Co., Mr. of South Africa, according to a book Lewis's publishers, say regarding this called "Savage Childhood,” has fully as story: “Aside from the facts that the much fun as any of our parties. Among stolen suitcase was not one but two, that the games played is one called "School- they were not stolen on a train up the master.” A twelve-year-old boy mar- Hudson, U. S. A., but at a station in shals five or six diminutive youngsters London, that in neither of them was who have lost their front teeth. He be there a single word of manuscript, notes, gins to teach them their A B C's. or any other literary material, that Mr. (These three English letters are widely Lewis always keeps a carbon copy of known among the natives.) He says to everything he writes, and that, finally, the first tiny boy, "Now say A, B, C.” when the suitcases were stolen he had The little fellow begins, “A, B, Thee." completed only a small part of the new "Wrong," says the teacher; "hold out novel, ‘Babbitt,' the story is a triumph your hand; it is not Thee, but C." The of correct detail." child without the front teeth says, “But I didn't say Thee, I said THEEEEE." The British office boy is fully as con"Exactly,” says the inexorable teacher; vinced of his own worth as is his Ameri"So hold out your hand and get can compeer, if we may judge from this whacked." Amid roars of laughter he excerpt from "Answers:”. now says to the second boy, "Now, sir, "Two office boys were outside the palasay A, B, C." The little fellow wrigglestial building of a great firm. Said the and says, “But I can't thay it." "Oh, first boy: ''Ullo, Dick! Wotcher lookin' you can't 'thay' it, can't you? Well, I'll at the orfice wot sacked you last week teach you to 'thay' it. Now, sir, say for? Are you trying to get took back ?' A, B, C.” This boy pronounces it with His friend sniffed. 'No bloomin' fear!' great emphasis, "A, B, FTHEEEE.” he said. “I just dropped roun' to see if "Wrong again," says the teacher; "it is they woz still in biz'ness.'"
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Because it furnishes him with authoritative information on every conceivable subject written by the greatest authorities the world affords.
Because it gives to every woman information which she needs to keep posted on the events of this intensely interesting world.
Because it furnishes the son and daughter of the family the information to satisfy the children's expanding minds and supplements their school studies.
Because the Encyclopaedia Britannica has been for generation after generation, since 1768, the standard encyclopaedia of the world.
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In the same manner as a man chooses his food for the good it is going to do his body, and his clothes for their serviceability, he chooses the books to put in these shelves for their ability to feed and strengthen the mind; books that clothe the man and his family with knowledge and give protection against ignorance. He probably has not unlimited means, so he must choose with utmost care to give his family such
He chooses the Encyclopaedia Britannica because it is well made from the physical standpoint. It is printed on the genuine India paper, which makes the Britannica far more usable than any encyclopaedia ever was before. The beautiful and serviceable bindings make it a book that he is proud to have in his library and to be seen by his friends.
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THE OUTLOOK. April 19, 1922: Volume 130, Number 16. Published weekly by the Outlook Company at 381 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Subscription price $6.00 a year.
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