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Real Filet Lace Collars~$2.50, 3.95, 4.25 and up. Imitation Filet Lace Collars--950, 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.
Orders by mail given special attention.
Simplified Motoring (Continued) developed for cold-weather driving. Different types of hand-warmers, electrically controlled and attached to the steeringwheel, 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 day. It is absolutely safe from fire and has, indeed, 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 tremendous 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 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 weather tight. 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 will be smooth, level, and hard,
The car of the future will carry neither extra tires nor extra wheels. There will be either a polipuncturable tire or an entirely new substitute for rubber.
The above prophecy may or may not come true.
But if automobile and accessory mandfacturers 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.
James McCutcheon & Co. Fifth Avenue, 34th & 33d Streets, N. Y.
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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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“hero shrew," bestowed by the Mangbetu on this little animal, which scientists call Scutisorex congicus.
While the shrew family includes the smallest of all
-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.
The thought that I cannot put away is
'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
3 理 ing
THE PRUSSIAN VIEW-POINT
When the war first started, I had an ac-
Said one of the men, “ Gus is the funni-
Shorthand and Type-
“ Dat's right,” agreed the second.
stenographers. Demand greater than ever before. Salaries
higher. Now is the time to become a stenographer. Right
in your own home, in half the time, at ONE-THIRD THE
USUAL EXPENSE, you can learn New Way Shorthand of the common shrew (or shrewmouse],
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
new system. Instead of learning slowly, laboriously, imAsia, Europe, Australia, England, and the
(Mrs.) E. F. BURCHARD. perfectly and expensively, the New Way enables you to Americas. "The hero shrew, however, is
Washington, D. c.
learn quickly and perfectly, at home, at very little cost, and
so easily that in a short time you become more competent known from only two localities, both in
thau many stenographers with years of experience. the Belgian Congo. These are the villages
THE FLAG'S MINUTE
Easy Now to Become a
The New Way is so simple, so fascinating, that you can now other. Easily recognized among other varie I had called it a day, rolled down my
acquire the highest grade ability. Beginners, who
never could write one word in shorthand are writing 125 to 150
shorthand notes. And instead of typewriting 15 to 20 words
keyboard, they can typpurite 80 to 100 words a minute
amazing ease, and with an almost entire absence of errors!
The secret of the New Way in Shorthand is borrowed
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 Expedition which was maintained in Africa particular style of collars which my wife
them at once. In a short time you take practice dictation.
The method of teaching is so different, so revolutionary, and
learn a word you will never forget
playing a game!
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 * After the usual hubbub of various invoca 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 tions, a full-grown man weighing some 160 interrupted himself in the midst of a re months. So wonderful are its results that thousands of pounds steps barefooted upon the shrew.
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 Stealily trying to balance himself on one giving me, and now stood with his back to trebling their former
best speed in typewriting, and their
salaries are being increased steadily.
Complete Secretarial Training
The New Way in Shorthand and Typewriting includes a seen thing.
complete and thoroughgoing commercial training. Without jumps off, the shrew, after a few shivering 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 Engmovements, tries to escape, none the worse an ex-soldier absent-mindedly performing lish, Letter Writing, Office Methods, Secretarial Work for this mad experience, and apparently in
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 no need of the wild applause and exhorta jest was on my lips when I saw another you can get in a local school. Yet everything is made so
simple, so plain, so practical, that you can learn in far less
time than any local business school can teach you.
Particulars Free! Entire
Course on Trial!
We cannot completely describe here the New Way in
Shorthand and Typewriting. But we have prepared a catalog locking spines, and curiously convex behind
which tells all about this wonderful new system, For over I saw the Flag. It was being slowly lowered
17 years the Tulloss School has been giving training by mail
graduates is everywhere recognized-everywhere they are
If you are ambitious to get started right in Shorthand and
you want to earn a big salary as an expert stenographer
don't wait a single minute before sending the coupon or a pared by their medicine-man, lends the doing the same. A moment later the rush postal. The New Way in Shorthand and Typewriting is so quality of invincibility when worn as a
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}
right Now before you turn this page. Address The Tulloss
School, 2962 College Hill, Springfield, Ohio.
Please send me your free book about the New Way in
Shorthand and Typewriting. This incurs no obligation on
retreat' is played and the Flag lowered.
forty of our employees with the colors, and and quick-wittedness, probably often caus some of them won't come back; so the
Address. ing extraordinarily heroic conduct. With rest of us take this way of honoring them
Mail to THE TULLOSS SCHOOL ont doubt this is the explanation of the and the Flag."
2962 College Hill
resistant to pressure.
The Outlook Classified Advertising Section
SPECIAL REAL ESTATE ANNOUNCEMENTS The issues of March Twentieth and April Seventeenth will be Special Real Estate Issues particularly adapted for announcements for the Sale or Rental of Property.
Is This Your
MAINE FOR RENT at Windermere, Muskoka
(Near Royal Hotel) For July and August, well-furnished bunga low, 7 rooms and bathroom. Good bathing and safe for children. Apply J. O. ANDERBON, 55 Castle Frank Road, Toronto, Ontario. FOR SALE beautiful wooded tract 75 acres.
Frontage 2,000 feet on ocean, one mile from CONNECTICUT
Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Lying WHOLLY
WITHIN MY TRACT and only 350 feet Litchfield, Conn. Twelve-room attractive cottage, $600 for season,
from ocean is “ Lake Appalachee, a beaufurnished. All improvements, 3 acres, orchard,
tiful spring-fed lake, wooded, irregular
shores, stocked with black bass. Rare opporgarage. Desirable location, fine views and open
tunity for the most unique Country Estate surroundings, C.R. McNeil, 39 E. 42d St., N.Y.
on the Atlantic Coast. Now run as a high
class Camp to accommodate fifty people; FOR SALE or RENT city water, electric lights, sewer, etc. Ideal
site for Clubor Hotel. Mortgage and terms, At Morris Cove, Conn., on the beach,
E. O. GROVER, 1922 Calumet Ave., Chicago i cottage with 16 bedrooms, large living-room with stone fireplace, large dining-room with stone fireplace, 2 screened porches, garage and
MASSACHUSETTS separate servants' quarters. Suitable for boarding house or club. Also 8-room cottage nearby, both beautifully furnished. 7,585, Outlook.
FLORIDA MERRITT ISLAND The NARROW PART of this large island (190 miles north of Miami) is now ACCESSIBLE by VIADUCT across the INDIAN RIVER. Its remarkable thermal conditions, due to situation and ample WATER PROTECTION, contribute safety to its Citrus Groves, which bear the sweetest Oranges and Grapefruit
Requiring no Sugar Telephone, Mail, and Delivery Service, School, Village Club, etc., make it desirable for . Thirty
, Berkshire Hills-For Rent
Large Colonial House
located, 1,200 it. elevation. Electric lights,
garage.' 7,545, Outlook. For Sale Penobscot Bay,
CAPE COD GRAND SURF
Bargain Nine-room house, two barns, eighteen acres.
Ocean front. Summer bungalows furnished $1,200. J. H. JONES, Arlington, Mass.
for housekeeping.5 rooms and bathrooms; fire.
place. $145 season. L. S. RICH, Truro, Mass. Seashore Cottage
Rent for season
6.noomneand bath: CAPE Ballston Beach Bungalows fully furnished ; hot and cold water. 8. W. LITTELL, 138 8. Main St., Rockland, Maine.
by the ocean surf. Choice loca
COD tion. Moderate rents season,
8. W. BALL, 198 Broadway, N. Y.
bathsSans Souci Cottage, on ocean front, for rent
Completely Furnished. Ten rooms, Chestnut Hill Philadelphia | bath, sun parlor. Address 7,567, Outlook.
FOR SALE-MOUNTAIN ANDOVER, MASS. . Trout Brook Farm, fifty acres. Price
with furniture $1,500.
Good place to build up 175 Acre Farm, with modern build
one's health. Dr. G. F. PITTS, Warwick, N. Y. ings, fully stocked. Faces lake with
FOR SALE OR RENT
CRAG.SMOOR, N. Y.
Small summer hotel on a spur of the Shawangunk Mountains. Extended view overlooking
Ellen ville and Rondout Valley. Twelve acres F S Modern high-class small home,
of land with furnished house accommodating sleeping porch. Nearly acre rich
about 40 guests, 7-room cottage and laundry.
Episcopal chapel with daily service within
five minutes' walk. Moderate price. Address R E 100 Holmes Road, Pittsfield, Mass.
A. KITE, Frankford, Pltiladelphia, Penna. NEW HAMPSHIRE
Residences in 1000 Island region and
Good Farms on shore of St. Lawrence River LAKE SUNAPEE, N. H. FOR RENT! Summer Homos. Prices Charming Summer Homes and Cottages, fur
, Clayton, N. nished, for rent and for sale. Write for booklets. Sargent & Co., New London, N. H. ESSEX ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN Headquarters Luke Sunapee Real Estate
28 miles from Plattsburgh Camp. NEW JERSEY
Old Colonial house, 6 master's bedrooms,
modern plumbing, 9 fireplaces, ample grounds. FOR SALE
For rent furnished by month
Mrs. W. A. Townsend, 227 E. 72d St., N. Y.
rooms, 4 baths; 12 acres; delightful situation of NEW YORK
shore Lake Champlain, splendid views; boating facilities; garage. P. N. Boyle, Essex, N. Y. Country Place M.Like miles from
on Lake , Plattsburg: 14 acres, 500 ft, lake front. Apple orchard. Rose and vegetable gardens. House of 10 rooms, 2 baths, sleeping porch. With cottage of 3 rooms adjoining. Allturnished. Electricity, hardwood floors, open fires. For sale at $20,000. Rent for season $850. 7,547, Outlook.
NEW YORK CITY
about 1800, remodeied, 15 rooms, 2 batho,
Bensonhurst Section of
Brooklyn, N. Y. House with 12 rooms, 3 baths, garage for two cars, on 13 lots. Easy access to New York by machine or subway. Address E. H. MADISON, P. O. Box 1977, New York. PENNSYLVANIA
Attractive furnished cottages and bungalows, with jmprovements, E. E. MERWIN, Mt. Pocono, Pa.
Hotel Le Marquis
Tours and Travel Hotels and Resorts Hotels and Resorts Hotels and Resorts
NEW YORK CITY
New England than
THE WELDON HOTEL
It affords all
the comforts of home without
extravagance. Outdoor sports if desired. Good
Bleighing and skating is now being enjoyed.
JOHN P. TOLSON.
One of those and Chile. Illustrated folder and in
LINDEN The Ideal Place for Sick HOTEL formation on request.
Doylestown, Pa. an institution devoted to
fying ” places the personal study and specialized treatSAILING DATES
found once in meut of the invalid. Massage, Electricity,
Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to
a while and ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D.
(late of The Walter Sanitarium) U, S. & PACIFIC LINE TRANSIENT AND RESIDENTIAL
The science of conducting a hotel properly
Dr. Reeves' Sanitarium 104 PEARL ST., NEW YORK This is exemplified by the cultured, concentrated comfort.
A Private Home for chronic, nervous, and
mental patients. Also elderly people requiring
care. Harriet E. Reeves, M.D., Melrose, Mass.
Perfect Golf in a Delightful Summer Outing through
NEW YORK the Great West for young people. Con
Apartments ducted by well-known artist and his wife. Res
ADIRONDACKS ervations made now. Start June 15. For partio THE CRATER CLUB
Open All Year
New York City ulars address 7,573, Outlook. Rets. exchanged. Of the Burnham Cottage Settlement, Essexon-Lake-Champlain, offers to families of re
Write for Booklet "0." Make reservation An attractive 5-room apartment finement at very moderate rates the attrac
to sublet for spring and summer. One block Hotels and Resorts
tions of a beautiful lake shore in a locality In America-- An English Inn from Riverside Drive, facing Columbia Co
record for healthfulness,
station. First-class service, two elevators. Fery
reasonable rental. Address 7,575, Outlook.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES adjoining Judson Memorial Church. Rooms to board and lodging address Miss MARGARET
ALL SEASON CAMP with and without bath. Rates $2.50 per day, FULLER, Club Mgr., 115 E. 71st St., New York.
PRIVATE school. A small
, well-established including meals. Special rates for two weeks
Wyoming sunshine for young men, with New York and Philadelphis Capacity enrol
giris boarding and day school. Convenient de Furnished cottages without housekeep trapping and horseback riding on a real ranch. or more. Location very central. Convenient ing cares. Circular and particulars on applica to all elevated and street car lines.
Address TRAPPER LODGE
ment this year. Principal desires to retire tion. John B. Burnham, 233 B'way, New York. Shell, Big Horn County, Wyoming | Box 1,592, Philadelphia, P.
Correspondence confidential. T. H. 6. P.O.
Is it For Sale
I CA is ex his
Sanford Bennett at 50
Sanford Bennett at 78
By V. O. SCHWAB
All this he has accomplished by some very simple and elasticand in perfect alignment. If after examination in your
For having solved the problem of proarticle to go into a lengthy description of Mr. Bennett's
longing youth during life, the world owes
Sanford Bennett a vote of thanks. Of
course, there are those who will scoff at
the idea, but the real wise men and wo-
Bennett, will most certainly investigate
further and at least acquire a knowl
edge of his methods. This the publisher
will allow you to do without cost or
.. send no
money ” offer. But it is advisable to
mail the coupon today, because this un
usual no-risk offer is liable to be withla
Some 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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in full payment.
SITUATIONS WANTED THE Ray Adding Machine. Saves time, Companions and Domestic Helpers Companions and Domestic Helpers Teachers and Covernosses money, labor. Costs less than an average mis take only $25. Adds with speed and accuracy
MATRONS, governesses, mothers' helpers, COMPETENT and companionable gentle WOMAN of 27, college graduate, 6 years' of highest priced machines. Also directly
cafeteria managers, dietitians. Miss Richards, woman would like position as managing experience as teacher in private school, de
Providence. Boston office, 16 Jackson Hall housekeeper for widower, or as companion subtracts. Used by U. S. Govt., International
sires summer position as tutor, companion Harvester Co., B. &0. Ry., business and pro Trinity Court, Thursdays, 11 to 1.
for small children or lonely lady. References or chaperon, or secretary. References exfessional men everywhere. Handsome desk YOUNG or middle-aged Protestant woman
required and given. L. S., care Editor Yale
changed. 5,645, Outlook. stand free. Send no money, but write for 20
Alumni Weekly, New Haven, Conn. to assist mother in care of two children.
LADY recommends highly her very comday free trial. The Ray Company, 1550 Power 5,646, Outlook.
WOMAN of refinement and education de petent governess-housekeeper. 5,652, Outlook. Bldg., Richmond, Va.
sires resident position as companion, chap FRENCH teacher, Parisian, wishes pupil WANTED, Hartford, Conn., mother's as eron, or supervising housekeeper. 5,647, at her residence, private house,
quick results, sistant. Happy disposition and refinement Outlook
highest references. Madame Rocheville, 108
YOUNG lady, English, desires position as West 87th. Schuyler 9272.
companion. Willing to travel. 5,649, Outlook. HEADMASTER, successful with boys, parposition. American School Home Economics,
Teachers and Covernesses GRADUATE nurse attendant in private ticularly strong in religious education, desires Chicago
WANTED-Competent teachers for public sanitarium. Physicians' references. 5,650, position of responsibility where personality
will count. 5,660, Outlook.
tional position March 1. 5,644, Outlook. Business Situations
ate study. Consult
Boynton-Esterly Teachers' COMPANION-nurse, useful in any capacity. THE Red Cross needs nurses. The Cooley
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., 149 Fouth five years and seven years old. French con infant half day. 5,657, Outlook.
hospital, excellently managed. Corps of ex-
REFINED, educated widow of Presbyterian perienced graduate nurses direct training
school. University, extension work for our
and companion, or in motherless home where school in Smith College Laboratory. DIETITIAN wanted. A large State institu
Educational 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
CHICAGO graduate nurse wishes infant or 44 West 22d St., New York.
adult patient going California. February, WANTED-Defective persons
Address W., Pawling, N. Y.
If so, use the next
An Old Man at Fifty
us about your property and prepare a
THE OUTLOOK Department of Classified Advertising
BY THE WAY
war will end by next Christmas, as "the
Carmela is looking for her husband, Pag-
willing to forgive everything and do as he says. If
any one happens to know him, kindly call at -
years and then surrendered so meekly is
Referring to the statement recently pub-
lished, that the postal rate established in
“ from two to four times the
present one,” a subscriber writes : “ It
help further to contentment with the presbald Constable, the famous publisher of
ent cost to learn that in 1834–only sevenEdinburgh, was fond of a joke. Mr. Long
teen years earlier—the postage from New
York City to the newer settlements half-
way 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 sevThe yield of peanuts in 1917 totaled eral days for that trip, one way. Envemore than sixty million bushels nearly lopes were not in use; the large square twice the quantity raised in 1916.. The leiter sheets were folded in an ingenious crop's money
and rather intricate manner to make the The popularity of “ peanut butter" proba outer leaf form a secure wrapping, then bly accounts for the increase.
fastened by a wafer or sealing-wax. This For saving coal during zero weather, folding was taught in school by the writing Popular Mechanics” suggests that, in teacher and was puzzling to learn." stead of shaking the grate of a furnace, a The small people of the country will hooked poker be used to rake out the hear with delight that the circuses do not aslies between the sections of the grate.
all expect to be put out of business this This will, it is claimed, lessen the waste of spring because of war conditions. “We half-burned fuel. A further suggestion as have our own baggage cars and freight to heat-conserving is that frames of corru trains,” said one circus manager, " and all gated paper be used to cover the north and
we require is an engine to hanī them. But if west windows of rooms at night.
worse comes to worst we can return to the The - Dramatic Mirror," complaining wagon route that formerly prevailed.” The about the restrictions on American theat sight of those gay wagons and strange beasts rical activities, says that more than thirty on the country roads again would bring joy playhouses in Paris are open every night. to a host of circus-lovers, young and old. without restriction as to hours of opening The recent sale of the paintings collected or closing, and that even London, beset by
by James W. Brady (« Diamond Jim") Zeppelin and airplane raids, objected to bronght out this anecdote from a dealer : the order to quit “ carrying on
"One morning my telephone rang. Mr. playhouses and succeeded in having it
Brady was at the other end of the wire. rescinded, so that its theaters now give Nioss,' he said, • burglars got into the house their performances as usual.
last night. I'm short a Diaz and two other A rabbi in New York City, so a contribu pictures. What had really happened, 1 tor to the “ Christian Register” says, was found, was that guests he had bad at dinner catechizing a class of small boys whose had admired these paintings and that he parents had come from the land of the
had made presents of the pictures to them. Czar. “Now, Isaac, tell us who was the His object in calling me up was to order first man?” “George Washmgton,” came me to have the gifts packed and delivered. the prompt reply. Exclaimed the amazed Many a collection in this country started rabbi: " Surely you know better, Isaac. with the gift of a painting from Mr. Brady." Yon, a Jew, to say that George Washing
A subscriber writes from Rangoon, ton was the first man? You ought to know Burma : “ The following is an excerpt from Adam was the first man.” “My teacher
an essay by a Burmese student in the last she say George Washington was first in
gradle of my high school (a school of 967 war, first in peace, and first in the hearts
students—the largest school in Burma); of his countrymen. And, anyway, you know we Americans don't take much stock in
• Camouflage-this is the French waru,
• Artificial tree.” In the sea the those foreigners."
steamer pretends herself as a tree growing People who think that the betting odds on an island situated in the sea. Thus the are indicative of forthcoming events will
enemy is deceived and the steamers are be interested in the report that London
largely escaped from the danger of the clubs are again betting as to the time when enemy's subinarines.'
Don't Let Rupture