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A complete assortment of the latest and most attractive Neckwear for Women and Misses. Real Filet Lace Collars-$2.50, 3.95, 4.25 and up. Imitation Filet Lace Collars-95c. Stocks and Jabots of Real Filet Lace-$3.95, 6.50, 9.50, 12.95. We also have a large and attractive assortment of Stocks and Jabots at 95c. Satin Collar and Cuff Sets—$1.50. Crepe de Chine Scarfs in a variety of colors-$1.50, 3.50 to 5.95. Imported Liberty Silk Scarfs—A special collection in plain and novelty effects—$7.95 to 16.50. Lace Scarfs in Spanish Alencon and Shadow effects, also Beaded and Spangled-$7.50 to 39.50.

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Orders by mail given special attention. James McCutcheon & Co. Fifth Avenue, 34th & 33d Streets, N. Y.

Simplified Motoring (Continued) developed for cold-weather driving. Different types of hand-warmers, electrically controlled and attached to the steering. wheel, are appearing The tonneau is warmed by the hot gases from the exhaust carried through a heater before passing through the muffler. Such a heater can be regulated to suit weather conditions The car-owner is relieved of the worry and danger of driving with a snow or rain covered windshield by the use of a windshield cleaner. By merely pulling a string he can be assured a clear vision through the windshield without stopping the car

A popular system of engine temperature control is that employing a thermal coil or thermostat controlling the flow of water through the radiator. When the water is cold, the passage leading to the radiator is closed and the water is forced through the engine jackets. When the water becomes heated, the thermostat automatically opens and the radiator becomes part of the circulating system. In the meantime the engine has rapidly attained its normal efficiency through the rapid heating of the portion of the water which has passed through it.

The man who drives his car in the winter time will require a warm garage. Complete heating plants for garages have accordingly been devised. One of the best systems burns coal as fuel and distributes hot water through pipes, automatically regulated, to all parts of the garage. The plant burns only about five cents' worth of coal a day, and requires attention only once, or in very cold weather twice, a dar. It is absolutely safe from fire and has, in. deed, been approved by fire underwriters.

THE MOTOR CAR OF THE FUTURE When we look back upon the motor car of ten years ago, we marvel at the tremeldous strides that have been made in securing comfort and simplicity of operation. Accessory manufacturers have been most ingenious in devising mechanical or automatic contrivances to replace practically every operation formerly accomplished by physical effort. One need only push a button, turn a lever, or pull a string in order to secure smooth and efficient operation of his car.

A writer in the “ Scientific American" has recently made an interesting prophecy of the motor car of the future. Here are a few of the points that he discusses .

The automobile of the future will be weathertight. It will have glass sides, front, rear, and roof. The glass sides will come down for warm weather and curtains will keep out the glare.

A new fuel will be used, developing direct electrical energy.

It will have electrical brakes using stored engine energy, and an electrical steering control.

Driving will be done from a small control board which can be held in the lap. The driver may sit in any seat he chooses, front or back, as the coutrol board will be readily movable..

The car will be low, so one can easily step into it.

A six-inch clearance will be ample, as all roads I will be smooth, level, and bard.

The car of the future will carry neither extra tires nor extra wheels. There will be either a nonpuncturable tire or an entirely new substitute for rubber,

The above prophecy may or may not come true.

But if automobile and accessory manafacturers make as rapid strides in the next ten years as they have in the past decade, the perfect motor car will have been almost | attained.

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announces that it is prepared to give information concerning all types of schools, viz., preparatory schools, colleges and academies, schools for music, art and the drama, vocational schools, correspondence schools, special schools, etc.—and this information is furnished gratis to our readers.

We cannot over-emphasize the importance of selecting the right school for your boy or girl, and a great deal of time and careful thought should be given to a perusal of school catalogues and other data relative to the schools you are especially interested in before making a definite decision.

Wherever possible a representative of The Outlook, who is in charge of this work, has made a survey of the schools, and will thus give you the benefit of these personal visits.

If you will let us know the type of school you are interested in, the age and sex of your child, and any other data which you think will aid us in making our suggestions, we will gladly see that complete information and literature are sent you.

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Become

mame “hero shrew," bestowed by the Mangbetu on this little animal, which scientists call Scutisorex congicus.

While the shrew family includes the smallest of all mammals—some being scarcely two inches in length—a fully adult hero shrew measures 8.6 inches to 9.6 inches from nose to tip of tail, the latter accounting for about two-fifths of the total length.

New Way Stenographer

NOW kGEORGE W. CABLE, OF THE VIGILANTES

The thought that I cannot put away is that whatever I miglit save now and fail to save now may be a hundred times the worst waste I shall ever have committed, though I have, like most Americans, many at past wasteful habit to regret.

It will be far the worst because not to save now is to throw away the co-operation of millions of others ; because not to save now will tend to prolong the war; because not to save now will multiply the war's privations, lengthen its death-roll and the vast procession of its maimed men, and will make saving more difficult and less effective by and by when we shall be compelled to save through cruel conditions from which saving now might have saved us.

Learn the New Way in Shorthand and Typewriting at Home!

THE HERO SHREW In the vast Ituri Forest in the Belgian Congo, where the sun rarely pierces through the dense foliage and rain-pools stand for months in the foot-tracks of the elephants, a new sort of forest creature has been found. This is the “hero shrew”-a variant of the common shrew [or shrewmouse], which is very widely distributed over the earth, being found in the Arctic Circle, Asia, Europe, Australia, England, and the Americas. "The hero shrew, however, is known from only two localities, both in the Belgian Congo. These are the villages of Medje and Bafwabaka, both situated near the borders of the tropical rain forest, and only about thirty miles distant from each other. Easily recognized among other varieties of shrew by its more clumsy appear ance and its longer, denser pelage, the most striking characteristic of the hero shrew is the remarkable strength of its vertebral column. Some interesting proof of the strength of its back is given by Mr. Herbert Lang, leader of the Lang-Chạpin Expedition which was maintained in Africa for six years by the American Museum of Natural History. He says that the natives of the locality, especially the Mangbetu, lelight in performing on captive specimens. “ After the usual hubbub of various invocations, a full-grown man weighing some 160 pounds steps barefooted upon the shrew. Steailily trying to balance himself on one leg, he continues to vociferate several minutes. The poor shrew seems certainly to be doomed. But as soon as his tormentor jumps off, the shrew, after a few shivering movements, tries to escape, none the worse for this mad experience, and apparently in no need of the wild applause and exhortations of the throng."" During this demonstration the head is always left free. The heart and other viscera are protected from crushing by the very strong vertebral column, made up of heavy, closely interlocking spines, and curiously convex behind The shoulder, forming there an arch highly resistant to pressure.

The Mangbetu believe that the charred body or heart of the hero shrew, when prepared by their medicine-man, lends the quality of invincibility when worn as a talisman or taken as medicine. Those about to engage in warfare or setting out on a

langerous enterprise such as elephant huntng are always eager to carry along some part of a hero shrew as a charm against langer. Their faith in its protective power is doubtless a strong stimulant to courage and quick-wittedness, probably often causmg extraordinarily heroic conduct. Withunit doubt this is the explanation of the

THE PRUSSIAN VIEW-POINT

When the war first started, I had an acquaintance, a Prussian woman, who was caught in this country by the sudden outbreak of hostilities. One day I repeated to her what I considered a humorous conversation that I had heard between two colored men. The men were speaking of a mutual friend.

Said one of the men, “ Gus is the funniest nigger I ever saw. He just lies all the time."

“ Dat's right,” agreed the second.

"Now I looks at it dis way,” continued the first. “If a lie is goin' to do you any good, why, lie; but if it ain't goin' to do you Business concerns and U. S. Government calling for

stenographers. Demand greater than ever before. Salaries no good, and you can jest as well tell the

higher. Now is the time to become a stenographer. Right truth, why, tell the truth.”

in your own home, in half the time, at ONE-THIRD THE

USUAL EXPENSE, you can learn New Way Shorthand Instead of being amused by the conver

and Typewriting. Enables you to write 125 to 150 words a sation repeated, my Prussian friend said, minute in shorthand and 80 to 100 words a minute in type

writing. No local business school can offer this amazing “ Now isn't that sensible?”

new system. Instead of learning slowly, laboriously, im(Mrs.) E. F. BURCHARD. perfectly and expensively, the New Way enables you to

learn quickly and perfectly, at home, at very little cost, and Washington, D. C.

so easily that in a short time you become more competent

thau iany stenographers with years of experience. THE FLAG’S MINUTE

Easy Now to Become a BY LOWELL C. FROST, OF THE VIGILANTES

Stenographer The bugle startled me

The New Way is so simple, so fascinating, that you can now I had called it a day, rolled down my

quickly acquire the highest grade ability. Beginners who

never could write one word in shorthand are writing 125 to 150 desk, and started for my car, when I sud words a minute, and can instantly read every word of their

shorthand notes. And instead of typewriting 15 to 20 words denly remembered that I needed to buy a minute with one or two fingers, with eyes chained to the

keyboard, they can typpurite 80 to 100 words a minute some collars. The nearest source of supply without looking at the keys, using ALL fingers, writing with was at the Central Department Store, just

amazing ease, and with an almost entire absence of errors ! across the street, and a little quick-stepping

Secret of the New Way brought me there about three minutes this

The secret of the New Way in Shorthand is borrowed side of closing time. I had just selected the from the methods used in teaching children to read! You

learn actual words from the very first lesson, and can use particular style of collars which my wife them at once. In a short time you take practice dictation. calls the least unbecoming to my style of

The method of teaching is so different, no revolutionary, and

so thorough that once you learn a word you will never forget beauty, when that sharply incisive bugle

it. And the study is 80 fascinating that it is exactly like

playing a game! call rang through the store. At the sound I Nothing like the New Way in Typewriting has ever been

discovered. In only 10 easy lessons, you can learn to type noticed a sudden cessation of sound and write 80 to 100 words a minute, with remarkable accuracy, and movement about me. The collar man had

with amazing ease. Special Gymnastic Finger Training bringe

results in days that ordinary methods will not produce in interrupted himself in the midst of a re months. So wonderful are its results that thousands of

graduates of business colleges are constantly enrolling with mark about the high class of goods he was us and, practically without exception, they are doubling and giving me, and now stood with his back to

trebling their former best speed in typewriting, and their

salaries are being increased steadily. me, facing the sound of the call, in a stiff, rather soldierly attitude, saluting some un.

Complete Secretarial Training

The New Way in Shorthand and Typewriting includes a seen thing.

complete and thoroughgoing commercial training. Without My first thought was that the man was one penny of extra charge, right along with your short

hand and typewriting, you will be trained in Business Engan ex-soldier absent-mindedly performing lish, Letter Writing, Office Methods, Secretarial Work

everything needed for fitting you for the highly-paid posisome military rite or other, and a foolish tions in the stenographic field a better training by far than

you can get in a local school. Yet everything is made so jest was on my lips when I saw another

simple, so plain, so practical, that you can learn in far less salesman in the next aisle standing in the

time than any local business school can teach you. same attitude. Glancing about, I found that every employee in the store was facing the bugle and standing at attention with eyes

Course on Trial!

We cannot completely describe here the New Way in closed. And then, as the last notes ceased, Shorthand and Typewriting. But we have prepared a catalog I saw the Flag. It was being slowly lowered

which tells all about this wonderful new system, For over

17 years the Tulloss School has been giving training by mail from a tall pole in the very center of the to successful stenographers. The unusual ability of our

graduates is everywhere recognized-everywhere they are great floor space. Mechanically at first, given the preference in business offices. and then with a distinct thrill, I straight

If you are ambitious to get started right in Shorthand and

Typewriting-if you are ambitious to get ahead quickly-if ened and saluted. Others were wonderfully

you want to earn a big salary as an expert stenographer

don't wait a single minute before sending the coupon or a doing the same. A moment later the rush

postal. The New Way in Shorthand and Typewriting is so

easy to learn, so thorough and practical that you will be of closing up was in full swing.

doing yourself a big injustice if you fail to write for the facts

NOW. Tear off the coupon and send it, or write a posta) “Yes, sir," said the salesman, “ we face right NOW before you turn this page. Address The Tulloss

School, 2962 College Hill, Springfield, Ohio. toward the bugle and salute the Flag when it is raised every morning when the store is Gentlemen :

Please send me your free book about the New Way in opened, and again at closing time, when

Shorthand and Typewriting. This incurs no obligation retreat' is played and the Flag lowered.

my part. “ You see,” he continued, “there are over

Name........... forty of our employees with the colors, and some of them won't come back ; so the Address....... rest of us take this way of honoring them—

Mail to THE TULLOSS SCHOOL and the Flag."

12962 College Hill

Springfield, Ohio

Particulars Free! Entire

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CANADA

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FOR SALE-CATSKILL

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175 Acre Farm, with modern build one's health. Dr. G. F. PITTS, Warwick, N.Y. safe for children. Apply J. O. ANDERSON,

ings, fully stocked. Faces lake with

FOR SALE OR RENT 35 Castle Frank Road, Toronto, Ontario.

FOR SALE beantiful wooded tract 75 acres
Frontage 2,000 feet ou ocean, one mile from

Bungalow, Good going farm and
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WITHIN MY TRACT and only $50 feet
Litchfield. Conn.
Twelve-room attractive
from ocean is "Lake Appalachee," a beau-

PETER SMITH
LICINCIU, Lm. cottage, $500 for season,

CRAGSMOOR, N. Y. tiful spring-fed lake, wooded, irregular furnished. All improvements, 3 acres, orchard, shores, stocked with black bass. Rare oppor

| 418 Grand Street, Paterson, N. J.||

Small summer hotel on a spur of the Shaman garage. Desirable location, fine views and open tamnity for the most unique Country Estate

gunk Mountains. Extended view overlooking surroundings. C. R. MONeil, E.420 St., NY. on the Atlantic Coast. Now run as a high

Ellenville and Rondout Valley. Twelve scres

Modern high-class small home, class Camp to accommodate fifty people;

of land with funished house accommodating

sleeping porch. Nearly acre rich city water, electric lights, sewer, etc. Ideal

about 40 guests, 7-room cottage and laundry.

soil. Stable, shade, fruit, berries, site for Chbor Hotel. Mortgage and terms,

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Episcopal chapel with daily service within E. O. GROVER, 1922 Calunet Ave., Chicago

five minutes' walk. Moderate price. Address At Morris Cove, Conn., on the beach,

Choice neighborhood. H. B. BRACE, I cottage with 16 bedrooms, large living room

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FOR SALE

Mrs a with 2% acres

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Old Colonial Homestead Modern comthermal conditions due to situation and

nower Place Charmingly furnished Colo ample WATER PROTECTION. OO

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rooms 4 baths: 12 acres; delightful situation on bear the sweetest Oranges and Grapefruit

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Lake Champlain, Telephone Mail, and Delivery

Country Place N. Like
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miles from School Village Chub, ete, make it desirable

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BATHING
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An Old Man at Fifty A Young Man at Seventy

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The Remarkable Story of Sanford Bennett, a San Francisco
Business Man, Who Has Solved the Problem of Prolonging Youth.

By V. O. SCHWAB
There is no longer any occasion to go hunting for cloth, contains as much material as many Courses
the Spring of Eternal Youth. What Ponce de Leon of Instruction selling for $25 or more. But you
failed to discover in his world-famous mission, ages can secure a copy of this book for only $3. Be-
ago, has been brought to light right here in staid, fore committing yourself in any way, however, the
prosaic America by Sanford Bennett, a San Fran publisher will send you “Old Age-Its Cause and
cisco business man. He can prove it too, right in Prevention " on approval without deposit. In addi-
his own person. At 50 he was partially bald. Today tion, you will receive one of Mr. Bennett's Backbone
he has a thick head of hair, although it is white, Boards—his own invention for exercising the spinal
At 50 his eyes were weak. Today they are as strong as when cord. This simple device is alone worth many times the
he was a child. At 50 he was a worn-out, broken-dowi, price asked. It increases nerve force and nerve energy,
decrepit old man. Today he is in perfect health, a good benefiting every organ of the body--the brain included-by
deal of an athlete, and as young as the average man of 35. keeping the vertebræ of the spinal column young, flexible,

All this he has accomplished by some very simple and elasticand in perfect alignment. If after examination in your gentle exercises which he practices for about ten minutes own home you feel you can afford to be without youth before and three minutes after arising in the morning. Yes, and health, send them back within five days and you will owe many of the exercises are taken in bed, peculiar as this may nothing. If you decide to keep them, send your check for $3, seem. And three minutes a day after arising, is devoted to There are no strings to this offer. No money is required in abdominal massage. As Mr. Bennett explains, his case was advance. Merely fill out and mail the coupon and by return not one of preserving health, but one of rejuvenating a weak, post" Old Age-Its Cause and Prevention," and the new middle-aged body into a robust old one, and he says what he Backbone Board will be sent to you at once. has accomplished anyone can accomplish by the application of the same methods, and so it would seem. All of which

Mail Coupon
puts the Dr. Ogler theory to shame. There isn't room in this

For having solved the problem of pro-
article to go into a lengthy description of Mr. Bennett's
methods for the restoration of youth and the prevention of

longing youth during life, the world owes
old age. All of this he tells himself in a book which he has

Sanford Bennett a vote of thanks. Of written, entitled “Old Age-Its Cause and Prevention".

course, there are those who will scoff at This book is a complete history of himself and his experi

the idea, but the real wise men and wo

men among those who hear of Sanford
ences, and contains complete instructions for those who
wish to put his health and youth-building methods to their

Bennett, will most certainly investigate

further and at least acquire a knowl-
own use. It is a book that every man and woman who is de-
sirous of remaining young after passing the fiftieth, sixtieth,

edge of his methods. This the publisher
seventieth, and, as Mr. Bennett firmly believes, the one

will allow you to do without cost or

obligation, through his • send no hundredth milestone of life, should read.

money” offer. But it is advisable to Partial Contents

mail the coupon today, because this un

usual no-risk offer is liable to be withSome idea of the field covered by the author may be

drawn any moment. Address CHAS. H. gained by the following topics : Old Age, Its Cause; How

DESGREY, Book Publisher, Dept. 12, to Prevent It: The Will in Exercising ; Exercising in Bed

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tional position March 1. 5,644, Outlook.

MISCELLANEOUS Business Situations ate study. Consult Boynton-Esterly Teachers' COMPANION-nurse, useful in any capacity.

THE Red Cross needs nurses. The Cooley WANTED-Two active, educated men beAgency Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cal. City or out of town. 5,651, Outlook.

Dickinson Hospital, Northampton, Mass., can tween 30 and 60 years of age for special work.

WANTED-Governess for two little girls, REFINED woman would assist mother care train you. Send for information. A small Address Dodd, Mead & Co., Inc., 449 Fouth five years and seven years old. French con infant half day. 5,657, Outlook.

hospital, excellently managed. Corps of exAve., New York City, versation necessary. 5,631, Outlook.

REFINED, educated widow of Presbyterian perienced graduate nurses direct training minister, 41 years old, wishes position as reader

school. University extension work for our TEACHERS desiring school or college Companions and Domostic Helpors positions apply International Musical and and companion, or in motherless home where

school in Smith College Laboratory DIETITIAN wanted. A large State instituEducational Agency, Carnegie Hall, N. Y. servant is kept, or as pastor's assistant. Has

M. W. Wightman & Co. Shopping Agency, tion in the Rocky Mountain region needs an NURSE or nursery governess, preferably had experience. 5,656, Outlook.

established 1895. No charge; prompt delivery. experienced dietitian. Liberal salary paid and French, wanted for two little boys, three and CHICAGO graduate nurse wishes infant or 14 West 22d St., New York. maintenance allowed. Give age, education,

five years old, in suburban town an hour from adult patient going California, February, WANTED-Defective persons to board. experience, and references. 5.634, Outlook. I New York, 5,654, Outlook.

March. 5,655, Outlook.

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The famous old English convict ship
Success, which has been on exhibition in
this country for several years, went to the
bottom for the second time a few days ago
--strangely enough, not at sea, but in the
Kentucky River. She was making a tour of
inland waters, and got into an ice gorge at
Carrollton, Kentucky, which tore a hole in
her stout teak timbers. During her eventful
history the Success lay for several years at
the bottom of Sydney Harbor in Australia,
after her career as a convict ship had ended.
She was later raised and then went forth
in her new guise as a museum of the hor-
rors of the time when she was a prison
ship. She was built in 1790.

An old London firm of booksellers re-
joiced in a five-barreled appellation-
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown.
A book published in 1825 by this firm,
recently picked up at auction in New York
City, brings to memory this story : Archi-
bald' Constable, the famous publisher of
Edinburgh, was fond of a joke. Mr. Long-
man, of the above-named firm, once visited
Constable's palatial home. During conver-
sation he remarked : “ What fine swans
you have in your pond there !” “ Swans !"
cried Constable; “they are only geese,
man. There are just five of them, if you
please to observe, and their names are
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown.”
This skit is said to have cost Constable a
fat contract with Longman.

The yield of peanuts in 1917 totaled
more than sixty million bushels- nearly
twice the quantity raised in 1916.. The
crop's money value more than doubled.
The popularity of “ peanut butter” proba-
bly accounts for the increase.

For saving coal during zero weather,
“ Popular Mechanics” suggests that, in-
stead of shaking the grate of a furnace, a
hooked poker be used to rake out the
ashes between the sections of the grate.
This will, it is claimed, lessen the waste of
half-burned fuel. A further suggestion as
to heat-conserving is that frames of corru-
gated paper be used to cover the north and
west windows of rooms at night.

The “ Dramatic Mirror," complaining
about the restrictions on American theat-
rical activities, says that more than thirty
playhouses in Paris are open every night,
without restriction as to hours of opening
or closing, and that even London, beset by
Zeppelin and airplane raidls, objected to
the order to quit “ carrying on” at the
playhouses and succeeded in having it
rescinded, so that its theaters now give
their performances as usual.

A rabbi in New York City,so a contributor to the “ Christian Register” says, was catechizing a class of small boys whose parents had come from the land of the Czar. “Now, Isaac, tell us who was the first man?” “ George Washington," came the prompt reply. Exclaimed the amazed rabbi: “Surely you know better, Isaac. You, a Jew, to say that George Washington was the first man? You ought to know Adam was the first man.” “My teacher she say George Washington was first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen. And, anyway, you know we Americans don't take much stock in those foreigners."

People who think that the betting odds are indicative of forthcoming events will

the war will end. “ I'll lay you 3 to 1 that there war will end by April,” declared a member of one of these clubs, a Colonel who has seen a lot of service “ out there,” according to a despatch to the New York - Sun." À favorite bet with other clubmen is that the war will end by next Christmas, as “the Kaiser's Christmas gift to the world.”

An unusual advertisement is this from a New York City newspaper:

Carmela — is looking for her husband, Pasquale — who has been missing from her seven years. She is anxious to find where he is and is willing to forgive everything and do as he says. If any one happens to know him, kindly call at — That the lady should have stood out seven years and then surrendered so meekly is pathetic.

Referring to the statement recently published, that the postal rate established in 1851 was “from two to four times the present one,” a subscriber writes : “ It may help further to contentment with the present cost to learn that in 1834–only seventeen years earlier—the postage from New York City to the newer settlements halfway across New York State was 1834 or 1934 or 371, cents. The correct change was easily made by use of the coins then current-sixpences and New York State shillings, worth about half as much as the English coins of the same names. There were no postage stamps ; the amount to be paid was written by hand upon the corner. There was no railway ; the stage took several days for that trip, one way. Envelopes were not in use; the large square loves were not in letter sheets were folded in an ingenious and rather intricate manner to make the outer leaf form a secure wrapping, then fastened by a wafer or sealing-wax. This folding was taught in school by the writing teacher and was puzzling to learn."

The small people of the country will bear with delight that the circuses do not all expect to be put out of business this spring because of war conditions. “We have our own baggage cars and freight trains," said one circus manager, " and all we require is an engine to hanl them. But if worse comes to worst we can return to the wagon route that formerly prevailed.” The sight of those gay wagons and strange beasts on the country roads again would bring joy to a host of circus-lovers, young and old.

The recent sale of the paintings collected by James W. Brady (* Diamond Jim") brought out this anecdote from a dealer :

One morning my telephone rang. Mr. Brady was at the other end of the wire.

Niosis,' he said, burglars got into the house last night. I'm short a Diaz and two other pictures.' What had really happened, I found, was that guests he had bad at dinner had admired these paintings and that he had made presents of the pictures to them. His object in calling me up was to order me to have the gifts packed and delivered: Vany a collection in this country started with the gift of a painting from Mr. Brady.

A subscriber writes from Rangooll, Burma : “ The following is an excerpt from an essay by a Burmese student in the las grade of my high school (a school of 90 students—the largest school in Burma): Camouflage—this is the French ward, means - Artificial tree.” In the sea steamer pretends herself as a tree growing on an island situated in the sea. Thus we enemy is deceived and the steamients and largely escaped from the danger o enemy's subinarines.''

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