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NEW HAMPSHIRE the Great West for young people. Coulducted by well-known artist and his wife. Res ervations made now. Start June 15. For partic POCONO MANOR REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA LAKE SUNAPEE, N. H. ulars address 7,913, Outlook. Refs. exchanged.

Charning Summer Homes and Cottages, furHouses and lots for sale on carefully

Doned, for rent and for sale. Write for book Hotels and Resorts

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restricted Garden Court Sub-division

lets. Sargent & Co., New London, N. H.

Headquarters Laké Sunapee Real Estate.

Property includes 3 bouses from $6,000 CONNECTICUT Pocono Manor, Pa. to $12,000, and several choice lots

Twith moderir.convenjences, funisher print

Cottage, Wayside Inn Litch em Co., Conn. amidst an estate of 2,000 acres, beauti- Valley and Mountains, within 10 minutes of

superb view

housekeeping; also good sprmg water. st.

uated between Hotel Look Off and Sunset Hill The foothills of the Berkshires. A restful

House. Address Miles Bowles, Sugar Hill,N.IL fortable home. 2 hours from New York. $14 TROUT STREAM abundantly stocked. place for tired people. Good food and a com- fully parked and with a two-mile post office on principal boulevard with

excellent trolley service. Lots laid out by landscape gardener, with fruit

trees and orna

For SALE White

Mountains. The pictura week and up. Booklet A.

mental shrubs. "City water and electric light. Mrs. J. E. CASTLE, Proprietor. Golf and Tennis, which are to be

or RENT esqne Satchell Cottage, sugar Terms upon application.

Hiii, N.H. Wm. E. Satchell, Ow

Furnished er, 162 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. MASSACHUSETTS found here, are only a few of the

E. A. Moore, Redlands, California wonderful sports to be enjoyed in

or HOTEL PURITAN this great out-o'-doors.

CONNECTICUT

N. H. New camp, furnished. Ten rocans,

two sleeping porches. All improvements Commonwealth Ave. Boston THE DISTINCTIVE BOSTON HOUSE

. J. W. HURLEY, Mgr. TO CLOSE AN ESTATE Charles E. Birch, M.D., White Plins, N.n. Globe Trotters call the Puritan one of the most homelike hotels in the world.

(Reference required) Your inquiries gladly answered

tion. Unobstructed view of the Sound ace Post Lake Wentworth, Wolfeboro, N. OT-Costello-Mgr. and our booklet mailed

Pocono Summit Station. D.L.&W.R.R. ern Point, New London, Conn. Near pier, Spacious verandas,open fireplaces. 400 ft. shore
100 miles from New York City.
golf grounds, and Hotel Griswold. Beautiful

front. Excellent bathing; rowboat, canoe.

Bhade trees. 125 ft. front. Full particulars, Golf club convenient. Rent $400 for Kaki If You Are Tired or Not Feeling Well

W. S. CHAPPELL, New London, Conn. Hudson Adv. Co., 141 Broadway, N. Y. City, you cannot find a more comfortable place in

WISCONSIN
New England than

MAINE
Established 1857

TO LET
Kenosha, Wisconsin BLUEHILL,ME. Fox Catharina

An artistic, sparsely furnished Finest Health Resort and Sanitarium on Lake

old, remodeled FARM-HOUSE GREENFIELD, MASS.

for season 1918. Fully furnished, ten

with one acre of land in a high, se It affords all the comforts of home without

Mich., in 100-acre park. Moderate rates. Booklet.

rooms, three baths, overlooking. Bluehill turesque village among the New Hampshire extravagance.

Bay. For particulars address Miss E. G.

hills. *12 miles from Keene, 12 miles from OWEN, 214 So. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Dublin and Monadnock Mountain. Sear
NEW YORK
Health Resorts

lovely lake for bathing. $200 for season de

six months or less. A

CAMDEN, ME. High class

7,651, Outlook CLUB. Essex-on-Lake-Cham “ INTERPINES" rent, fully furnished. Best selections now.

NEW YORK plain. Cottages with central club house

J. R. Prescott, Newton ville, Mass. where meals are served. References required.

Beautiful, quiet, restful and homelike. Over For circular or information address JOHN B. 26 years of successful work. Thorough, re

Country Home or Farm 150.peta

OGUNQUIT, MAINE
BURNHAM, 233 Broadway, New York.

liable, dependable and ethical. Every com-
fort and convenience. Accommodations of SUMMER COTTAGES.

meadow, 15-room Colonial house; all improve NEW YORK CITY superior quality. Disorder of the nervous sys

ments, new, overlooking meadow and river. Fully furnished, ranging in price from tein a specialty. Fred. W. Seward, Sr., M.D.,

$18,000 or rent. Orange County, N. Y. AL Fred. W. Seward, Jr., M.D., Goshen, N. Y.

$300 to $1,200. Write for particuars. N. P. M. dress R. H. Hutchinson, Harrison, N. Y.
JACOBS, 80 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.
FOR SALE and FOR RENT

LAKE CHAMPLAIN 31st Street & Fifth Avenue

desirable Summer Properties
in all locations in State of Maine. Full informa-

Opposite Burlington. Shore front camp in
New York

tion of Maine Realty Bureau, Portland, Me. Newfoundland, New Jersey

the pines, furuished. $75 to $275 for season. Combines every convenience and home

C. H. EASTON, 1 Broadway, New York. comfort, and commends itself to people of A quiet, restful health resort among the hills Seashore Cottage Rent for season refinement wishing to live on American Plan and be within easy reach of social and dra-dry, exhilarating air. All forms of hydrother

fully furnished; hot and cold water. S. W ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW matic centers. apy and massage under medical supervision. LITTELL, 138 8. Main St., Rockland, Maine.

For Rent for Summer Months Room and bath $3.50 per day with meals, or $2.00 per day without meals. Por most chronic allinents, we seek the under: Thomaston, try summer home. 1% acres.

Located directly on Trout Lake, three miles

from Bolton Landing, Lake George. Built by Illustrated Booklet gladly sent upon !ying cause through a scientific study of each

Modern conveniences. Un present owner, who will rent for the entire request. JOHN Þ. TOLSON. individual case. Booklet sent on application.

Me. usual bargain. Apply W. P.

season at moderate rental. Completely HOTEL

BRADFORD, Bristol, Me.

furnished. Six rooms with three

bedrooms and bath. Kitchen with YORK CLIFFS, MAINE running water. Ice, wood, and

rowboat included. For full particulars

Beautiful cottages. Completely fur. address 7,855, Outlook. Montague, Hicks, and Remsen Streets

nished. Private grounds; golf and tennis,

Information given. YORK CLIFFS CO., Fort Lake George, East Shore fortable BROOKLYN

Room 723, 80 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. TRANSIENT AND RESIDENTIAL

Seven-room Furnished Cottage. The science of conducting a hotel properly

West Boothbay Harbor, Me. Boatwood, ice, beautiful views the is at its highest when it is least apparent.

High Grade Cottages to Rent This is exemplified by the cultured,

Furnished, for season. On salt water, wonder

TO LET livable atmosphere of the Hotel Bossert.

ful view, on very high ground. Every modern Shelter Island Heights, N. Y. Send for illustrated booklet “B”

Robinson, 307 Prospect Ave., Hackensack, N.J. Pretty furnished cottage, 5 master's

, 3 ser1841

ants' bedrooms; bath-room, open fireplace MASSACHUSETTS Sunset water view, shady, grounds, large Private Hospital

piazza. Near golf club and bathing beach of the Y. W. C. A.

TO LET

$550 season. RICHARD STORRS COE For Mental and Nervous Diseases 14 East 16th St., New York

FOR DURATION OF WAR

42 West 52d St., New York. Comfortable, bonelike surround Attractive Home 5 miles from Boston, A homelike hotel for self-supporting ings; modern methods of treatment ;

suitable for summer and winter residence. women. Rates in rooms 60c. to 90c. Restau

Furnished house of 14 rooms, 4 baths, garage rant open to all women. Send for circular. competent nurses. 15 acres of lawn,

with man's room.5

acres, some woodland, large A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE on the park, flower and vegetable gardens. garden space, apple trees. Will rent for defiHOTEL JUDSON 53. Washing Food the best. Write for booklet. nite period if desired. Address H. T. Hutchins,

Ramapo River, four miles from Suffern

N. Y. 14 rooms and 2 baths. All newly fur.

M.D., 522 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. adjoining Judson Memorial Church Rooms Sanford Hall Flushing New York

nished. Electric lighting, hot and cold water, FOR SALE

large garage and large grounds. Good roads including meals. Special rates for two weeks or more. Location very central. Convenient Crest View Sanatorium A well-established Country Day School 1. T. HOLMES, 601 W. 50th St., N. Y. City. to all elevated and street car lines. Greenwich, Ct. First-class in all respects,

Near Boston. Address 7,853, Outlook. NORTH CAROLINA home comforts. H. M. HITCHCOCK, M.D.

ADDING MACHINES
new Colonial house; new y furnished;
Woodlawn Sanitarium

For
Epileptics
very near water: desirable in all particulars.

THE Ray Adding Machine. Saves time

, $10,500. T. N. PELL, 234 W. 71st St., N. Y. C.

money, labor. Costs less than an average mi The A high-class place combining facilities of a

take

only $25. Adds with speed and accuracy sanitarium with comforts and freedom of a private home. Established 1907. 8 miles from

For Rent

of highest priced machines. Also directly

subtracts. Used by U. 8. Govt., International Boston. Individual treatment. Booklet.

Harvester Co., B. &0. Ry., business and proDR. HAMMOND, West Newton, Mass.

fessional men everywhere. Handsome desk

stand free. Send no money, but write for ? Dr. Reeves' Sanitarium

., York.
Albemarle Park A Private Home for chronic, nervous, and 1,700 ft. above sea level. 6 sleeping rooms,
Asheville.N.C.

mental patients. A lso elderly people requiring 3 baths. $600 for 4 months. No children.
care. Harriet E. Reeves, M.D., Melrose, Mass.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Address Miss M. A. WHITE, Heath, Mass.
Holds a warm

SCHOOL FOR SALE. Two or three women
Greenacre Farm

teachers of right training and experience, AIKEN, S. c.

pooling interests for ownership of first-class place in the Can accommodate guests who wish to rest

splendidly equipped school for girls, may, for and live outloors in the ideal winter climate hearts of cul

$25,000 cash, secure desirable interest in aud of the high pine and sand country. Excellent

entire immediate management and possession tivated people food and care. Furnished Bungalows.

of a school most desirably located, conserva tively valued at $150,000 to $175,000. Owner

, everywhere.

advanced in years, wishes to retire. Futur Early spring is LINDEN The Ideal Place for Sick

income will provide means to complete owie! People to Get Well

ship. Please give full inforination in first let Doylestown, Pa. An institution devoted to glorious in the “Land of the

ter. 5,702, Outlook. the personal study and specialized treat

GIRLS' CAMP. Solicitors wanted to secure Sky.” Trains running as usual. ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity, At MANOMET, PLYMOUTH, MASS. equipped, most attractive N. E. camp, Liberal

in or near New York members for best Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D.

Furnished cottage to let or for sale. Broad pi- compensation. Camp positions may be coming Perfect Golf in a

(late of The Walter Sanitarium)

azzas, electric lights, hot and cold water, con

veniences, open fireplaces. Terms moderate. Perfect Climate

Wm.H.Hawley, Room 16, State House, Boston.

for those capable of instructing in music, art,

crafts, sports, etc. Address Camp, 14 Prospert FOR RENT AT

St., East Orange, N. J. Write for Booklet "0." Make reservation

TRURO, MASS.

HELP WANTED
WANTED-Camp site or installed camp in
In America -- An English Inn
New England or New York suitable for 15 to

for the summer months, overlooking the
20 boys, situated near well cultivated farm and
ocean, cottage, four bedrooms, living-room,

Business Situations near lake or river. Write, giving full particu

dining-room, kitchen, maid's room and bath.
lars, 1256 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Apply by mail to Mrs. F. A. WASHBURN,

WANTED, by large settlement, financia

secretary. Must be efficient and have socia) 190 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass.

spirit. 5,737, Outlook.

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Teachers and Covernesses Companions and Domestic Helpers CALIFORNIA needs teachers with gradu

KINDERGARTEN and primary teacher WORKING housekeeper, good cook and ate study. Consult Boynton-Esterly Teachers' desires summer position. References ex

MANAGEMENT of household, American

Protestant accustomed to very large estab capable manager, for family of two adults and three children in country home near New Agency, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cal. changed. 5,733, Outlook.

lishments. Practical knowledge of conservaYork (Westchester County). Other service TEACHER domestic science, sewing, in

Business Situations

tion of food. Country place preferred. Box kept. Best references required. 5,942, Outlook. terior

decoration, by girls' boarding school in
LADY, refined, middle age, would like

8-, Cuolidge Corner P. O., Brookline, Mass. Philadelphia, October. 5,734, Outlook.

change of position in philanthropic or relig BY woman of culture, position as chaperon, REFINED Christian home, city advan

WANTED, in girls' school near Philadel ious work, assistant superintendent, or secre companion, or housemother. Experienced in tages, reasonable wages, light duties, to will

tary and 'stenographer where highest speed taking care of home. Proficient in French ing country girl. Mackay, 863 President St., phia, resident teacher of domestic science

for the school year beginning September, is not essential. Executive ability, initiative. Willing to travel. Best references. 5,736, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1918. Work consists of classes in cooking and Best reference. 5,731, Outlook.

Outlouk. MATRONS, governesses, mothers' helpers, sewing. Please state training, experience, and cafeteria managers, dietitians. Miss Richards, age. 5,738, Outlook.

Companions and Domestic Helpers

MISCELLANEOUS 537 Howard Building, Providence, Boston, NURSERY governess. Young woman inter

WANTED, by refined woman, position as 16 Jackson Hall, Trinity Court, Thursdays, ested in Montessori principles for little girl 3

housekeeper' on gentleman's country estate

PATRIOTISM by Lyman Abbott, also 4 11 to 1. years. Intelligence and tact more important

or club, or care of motherless family. Not than experience. Instruction given in use of afraid of work. References exchanged. 5,211,2 verses of The Star-Spangled Banner, all in a

verses of America- The Pledge to the Flag

Outlook. Teachers and Covernesses materials. Assist care of girls 8 and 9 attend

little leaflet. Further the cause of patriotism ing school. Salary $35. Seashore in summer. MIDDLE-aged gentlewoman, widow, de by distributing in your letters, in pay envelWANTED, for next summer, an experi Mrs. Scott, 2106 Spruce St., Philadelphia. sires position

as hostess or managing house opes, in schools, churches, clubs, and social enced teacher for three children, eldest thir

TEACHERS needed now, and for positions keeper, preferably in home of widower with gatherings. 200 sent prepaid for 30 cents. teen. Must be able to play tennis well. Wages opening September, 1918. Address THE

adult sons or daughters, where culture and $100 a month or $70 and board. Personal in

Arthur M. Morse, Montclair, N. J. INTERSTATE TEACHERS' AGENCY,

executive ability will be valued. Salary gov TO PARENTS ENGAGED IN PATRIterview in New York required. 5,698, Outlook. Macheca Building, New Orleans, La.

erned by duties. References given and re OTIC WORK, UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY. WANTED-Competent teachers for public

quired. 5,735, Outlook.

LADY living on Long Island, South Shore, and private schools and colleges. Send for bul

REFINED woman desires position as house will receive a limited number of young girls

SITUATIONS WANTED letin. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N.Y.

keeper in private home or hotel; capable of from eight to twelve years old, for the sum

managing help. Would act in capacity of mer months. Simple home life, sea bathing, TEACHER wanted, English preferred, to

Teachers and Covernesses

chaperon. References. 5,946, Outlook. riding, outdoor sports. Highest references exteach next year small group of children for YOUNG French-Swiss gentleman desires A woman of mature judgment, educated, changed. For particulars address Miss M. C., 3 or 4 hours daily, 5 days a week, remainder position as tutor for French in good family. companionable, the mother of a family, desires 1819 Vernon Place N. W., Washington, D. C. of time free. College town in East. Salary for Would travel. Also painting, and drawing. a position of responsibility in a well-appointed WANTED - Defective persons to board, 8 months $600 to $800. 5,740, Outlook. Highest references. 5,749, Outlook. home out of the city. 5,732, Outlook.

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POCONO MANOR REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA

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Wayside Inn LNEW MILFORD

THE WELDON HOTEL

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Hotel Le Marquis

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INN Summer Properties

Tours and Travel Hotels and Resorts

Real Estate

Real Estate PENNSYLVANIA

CALIFORNIA

NEW HAMPSHIRE the Great West for young people. Conducted by well-known artist and his wife. Res

LAKE SUNAPEE, N. H. ervations made now. Start June 15. For particulars address 7,913, Outlook. Refs. exchanged.

Charming Summer Homes and Cottages, fur. Houses and lots for sale on carefully apned, for rent and for sale. Write for

lets. Sargent & Co., New London, N. H. Hotels and Resorts

restricted Garden Court Sub-division

Headquarters Lake Sunapee Real Estate,

Property includes 3 houses from $6,000 CONNECTICUT

to $12,000, and several choice lots

with modern conveniences, furnished for

, Commands superb view of San Bernardino housekeeping; also good spruig water. Sie . amidst an estate of 2,000 acres, beauti- Valley and Mountains. Within 10 minutes of

uated between Hotel Look Off and Sunset Hill The foothills of the Berkshires. A restful place for tired people. Good food and a com- fully parked and with a two-mile

post office on principal boulevard with excel

House. Address Miles Bowles, Sugar Hill,N.

lent trolley service. Lots laid out by landfortable home. 2 hours from New York. $14 TROUT STREAM abundantly stocked. scape gardener, with fruit trees and orna For SALE White Mountains. The pictur& week and up. Booklet A.

mental shrubs. City water and electric light. Mrs. J. E. CASTLE, Proprietor. Golf and Tennis, which are to be

or RENT HII, N. H. Wm. E. Satchell, Own Terms upon application.

Furnished found here, are only a few of the

er, MASSACHUSETTS

162 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. E. A. Moore, Redlands, California wonderful sports to be enjoyed in

or Sale. Lake Winnipesaukee, Wolfeboro HOTEL PURITAN this great out-o'-doors.

CONNECTICUT

two sleeping porches. All improvement Commonwealth Ave. Boston THE DISTINCTIVE BOSTON HOUSE . J. W. HURLEY, Mgr. TO CLOSE AN ESTATE Charles E. Birch, M.D., White Plains, m.n. Globe Trotters call the Puritan one of the most homelike hotels in the world.

ake Wentworth, Wolfeboro, N. H. (Reference required)

A large house of fourteen rooms. Choice loca-
Your inquiries gladly answered
OT-Costello Met and our booklet máiled
Pocono Summit Station, D.L.&W.R.R. ern Point, New London, Conn. Near pier, Spacious

verandas,open fireplaces. 400 ft. shore 100 miles from New York City.

golf grounds, and Hotel Griswold. Beautiful front. Excellent bathing; rowboat, cance.

shade trees. 125 ft. front. Full particulars, Golf club convenient. Rent $400 for season If You Are Tired or Not Feeling Well

W. S. CHAPPELL, New London, Conn. Hudson Adv. Co., 141 Broadway, N. Y. City. you cannot find a more comfortable place in

WISCONSIN
New England than

MAINE
Established 1857

TO LET
(INE
Kenosha, Wisconsin BLUEHILL,ME. New Cottage

An artistic, sparsely, furnished

old, remodeled FARM-HOUSE GREENFIELD, MASS.

Finest Health Resort and Sanitarium on Lake
for season 1918. Fully furnished, ten

with one acre of land in a high, picIt affords all the comforts of home without

Mich., in 100-acre park. Moderate rates. Booklet.

rooms, three baths, overlooking Bluehill turesque village among the New Hampshire extravagance.

Bay. For particulars address Miss E. G.

hills. 12 miles from Keene, 12 miles from OWEN, 214 Bo. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Dublin and Monadnock Mountain. Near
NEW YORK
Health Resorts

lovely lake for bathing. $200 for season of

six months or less. A .

7,651, Outlook DIRONDACKS, The CRATER

CAMDEN, ME. High class “INTERPINES" rent, fully furnished. Best selections now.

NEW YORK plain. Cottages with central club house

J. R. Prescott, Newton ville, Mass. where meals are served. References required.

Beautiful, quiet, restful and homelike. Over For circular or information address JOHN B.

26 years of successful work. Thorough, reBURNHAM, 233 Broadway, New York. liable, dependable and ethical. Every com

wood and fort and convenience. Accommodations of

SUMMER COTTAGES.

meadow, 15-room Colonial house ; all improve NEW YORK CITY superior quality. Disorder of the nervous sys

ments, new, overlooking meadow and river. Fully furnished, ranging in price from tein a specialty. Frel. W. Seward, Sr., M.D.,

$18,000 or rent. Orange County, N. Y. Ad $300 to $1,200. Write for particuars. N. P. M. Fred. W. Seward, Jr., M.D., Goshen, N. Y.

dress R. H. Hutchinson, Harrison, N. Y. JACOBS, 80 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. FOR SALE and FOR RENT

LAKE CHAMPLAIN 31st Street & Fifth Avenue

desirable New York

in all locations in State of Maine. Füll informa

Opposite Burlington. Shore front camp in
Newfoundland, New Jersey

tion of Maine
Realty Bureau, Portland, Me.

the pines, furnished. $75 to $275 for season. Combines every convenience and home

C. H. EASTON, 1 Broadway, New York. comfort, and commends itself to people of A quiet, restful health resort among the hills Seashore Cottage Rent for season refinement wishing

to live on American Plan and be within easy reach of social and dra dry, exhilarating air. All forms of hydrother

fully furnished ; hot and cold water. S. W. ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW matic centers. apy and massage under medical supervision.

LITTELL, 138 S. Main St., Rockland, Maine. Room and bath $3.50 per day with meals, or Believing a

For Rent for Summer Months

For Sale. Beautiful coun Located directly on Trout Lake, three miles $2.00 per day without meals.

from Bolton Landing, Lake George. Built by Illustrated Booklet gladly sent upon !ying, cause through a scientific study of each

Modern conveniences. Unrequest. individual case. Booklet sent on application.

present owner, who will rent for the entire JOHN P. TOLSON.

Me. usual bargain. Apply W. P.

season at moderate rental. Completely HOTEL

BRADFORD, Bristol, Me.

furnished. Six rooms with three

bedrooms and bath. Kitchen with YORK CLIFFS, MAINE running water. Ice, wood, and

rowboat included. For full particulars

Beautiful cottages. Completely fur. address 7,855, Outlook.
Montague, Hicks, and Remsen Streets

nished. Private grounds; golf and tennis.
Information given. YORK CLIFFS CO.,

A com-
BROOKLYN

Room 723, 80 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

Rent TRANSIENT AND RESIDENTIAL

Seven-room Furnished Cottage. The science of conducting a hotel properly is at its highest when it is least apparent.

, . 7,909, Outlook

High Grade Cottages to Rent This is exemplified by the cultured,

Furnished, for season. On salt water, wonder

TO LET livable atmospliere of the Hotel Bossert.

ful view, on very high ground: Every modern Shelter Island Heights, N. Y. Send for illustrated booklet “B”

Robinson, 307 Prospect Ave., Hackensack,N.J. Pretty furnished cottage, 5 master's, 3 seri,

ants' bedrooms; bath-room, open fireplaces

. MASSACHUSETTS Sunset water view, shady, grounds, large Private Hospital

piazza. Near golf club and bathing beach. of the Y. W. C. A.

TO LET

$550 season. RICHARD STORRS COE, For Mental and Nervous Diseases FOR DURATION OF WAR

42 West 52d St., New York. 14 East 16th St., New York

-Home 5 miles from Boston, A homelike hotel for self-supporting ings; modern methods of treatment;

suitable for summer and winter residence. women. Rates in rooms 60c. to 90c. Restau

Furnished house of 14 rooms, 4 baths, garage rant open to all women. Send for circular. competent nurses. 15 acres of lawn,

with man's room.5 acres, some woodland, large park, flower and vegetable gardens. garden space, apple trees. Will rent for den

A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE on the HOTEL JUDSON 53 Washing Food the best. Write for booklet. nite period if desired. Address H. T. Hutchins,

Ramapo River,
four miles from Buffenu

, M.D., 522 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.

N. Y. 14 rooms and 2 baths. All newly for adjoining Judson Memorial Church. Rooms Sanford Hall Flushing New York

nished. Electric lighting, hot and cold water, FOR SALE

large garage and large grounds. Good roads, including meals. Special rates for two weeks or more. Location very central. Convenient Crest View Sanatorium

A well-established Country Day School 1. T. HOLMES, 601 W. 50th St., N. Y. City. to all elevated and street car lines.

Near Boston. Address 7,853, Outlook.
Greenwich, Ct. First-class in all respects,
NORTH CAROLINA home comforts. H. M. HITCHCOCK, M.D.

:

ADDING MACHINES new Colonial house ; newly furnished;

For
Woodlawn Sanitarium

Epileptics
very near water; desirable in all particulars.

THE Ray Adding Machine. Saves time, $10,50. T. N. PELL, 234 W. 71st St., N. Y. C.

money, labor. Costs less than an average mix A high-class place combining facilities of a

take-only $25. Adds with speed and accuracy The

sanitarium with comforts and freedom of a
private home. Established 1907. 8 miles from

For Rent

of highest priced machines. Also directly

subtracts. Used by U.S. Govt., International Boston. Individual treatment. Booklet.

Harvester Co., B. &0. Ry., business and pro DR. HAMMOND, West Newton, Mass.

fessional men everywhere. Handsome desk

stund free. Send no money, but write for 2 Dr. Reeves' Sanitarium

Biug., New York.
LAlbemarle Park A Private Home for chronic, nervous, and 1,700 ft. above sea level. 6 sleeping rooms,

mental patients. Also elderly people requiring 3 baths. $600 for 4 months. No children.
Asheville, N.C.
care. Harriet E. Reeves, M.D., Melrose, Mass.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Address Miss M. A. WHITE, Heath, Mass.
Greenacre Farm

SCHOOL FOR SALE. Two or three wonen
Holds a warm

teachers of right training and experience, AIKEN, S. C.

pooling interests for ownership of first-clase place in the Can accommodate guests who wish to rest

splendidly equipped school for girls, may, for and live outdoors in the ideal winter climate

$25,000 cash, secure desirable interest in and hearts of culof the high pine and sand country. Excellent

entire immediate management and possession tivated people food and care. Furnished Bungalows.

of a school most desirably located, conserva tively valued at $150,000 to $175,000. Owner,

advanced in years, wishes to retire. Future everywhere. Early spring is LINDEN|The Ideal Place for Sick

income will provide means to complete owner Doylestown, Pa. An institution devoted to People to Get Well

ship. Please give full inforination in first let

ter. 5,702, Outlook. glorious in the “ Land of the the personal study and specialized treat

GIRLS' CAMP. Solicitors wanted to secure Sky.” Trains running as usual. ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity, At MANOMET, PLYMOUTH, MASS. equipped, most attractive N. E. camp, Liberal

in or near New York members for best Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D.

Furnished cottage to let or for

sale. Broad pi- compensation. Camp positions may be coming Perfect Golf in a

(late of The Walter Sanitarium)

azzas, electric lights, hot and cold water, con for those bringing groups of girls; especially
veniences, open fireplaces. Terms moderate.
Wm.H.Hawley, Room 16, State House, Boston.

for those capable of instructing in music, art, Perfect Climate

crafts, sports, etc. Address Camp, 94 Prospect FOR RENT AT

St., East Orange, N.J. Write for Booklet"0." Make reservation

TRURO, MASS.

HELP WANTED
WANTED-Camp site or installed camp in for the summer months, overlooking the
New England or New York suitable for 15 to ocean, cottage, four bedrooms, living-room,

Business Situations In America -- An English Inn 20 boys, situated near well cultivated farm and dining-room,

kitchen, maid's room and bath. pear lake or river. Write, giving full particu- Apply by mail to Mrs. F. A. WASHBURN

WANTED, by large settlement, financia

! lars, 1256 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 190 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass.

secretary. Must be efficient and have social spirit. 5,737, Outlook.

BOSSERT

West Boothbay Harbor, Me. Boat), wood, ice, beautiful views

The Margaret Louisa Sanford Hall, est. 1841

Comfortable, homelike surronnd. Alteractive Homeanamin trompe mod om To Lease for the Summer Season

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HELP WANTED Companions and Domestic Helpers Teachers and Covernesses WORKING housekeeper, good cook and

CALIFORNIA needs teachers with graducapable manager, for family of two adults and ate study. Consult Boynton-Esterly Teachers' three children in country home near New Agency,

Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cal. York (Westchester County), Other service TEACHER domestic science, sewing, inkept. Best references required. 5,942, Outlook. terior decoration, by girls' boarding school in

Philadelphia, October. 5,734, Outlook. REFINED Christian home, city advan

WANTED, in girls' school near Philadeltages, reasonable wages, light duties, to willing country.girl. Mackay, 863 President St., phia, resident teacher of domestic science

for the school year beginning September, Brooklyn, N.Y.

1918. Work consists of classes in cooking and MATRONS, governesses, mothers' helpers,

sewing. Please state training, experience, and cafeteria managers, dietitians. Miss Richards, age. 5,738, Outlook. 537 Howard Building, Providence, Boston, NURSERY governess. Young woman inter16 Jackson Hall, Trinity Court, Thursdays, ested in Montessori principles for little girl 3 11 to 1.

years. Intelligence and tact more important

than experience. Instruction given in use of Teachers and Covernesses materials. Assist care of girls 8 and 9 attend

ing school. Salary $35. Seashore in summer. WANTED, for next summer, an experi

Mrs. Scott, 2106 Spruce St., Philadelphia, enced teacher for three children, eldest thirteen. Must be able to play tennis well. Wages

TEACHERS needed now, and for positions $100 a month or $70 and board. Personal in

opening September, 1918. Address THE

INTERSTATE TEACHERS' terview in New York required. 5,698, Outlook.

AGENCY,

Macheca Building, New Orleans, La. WANTED-Competent teachers for public and private schools and colleges. Send for bul SITUATIONS WANTED letin. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N.Y. TEACHER wanted, English preferred, to

Teachers and Covernesses teach next year small group of children for YOUNG French-Swiss gentleman desires 3 or 4 hours daily, 5 days a week, remainder position as tutor for French in good family. of time free. College town in East. Salary for Would travel. Also painting and drawing. 8 months $600 to $800. 5,740, Outlook.

Highest references. 5,749, Outlook.

SITUATIONS WANTED Teachers and Covernesses KINDERGARTEN and primary teacher desires summer positiou. References exchanged. 5,733, Outlook.

Business Situations LADY, refined, middle age, would like change of position in philanthropic or reuk. ious work, assistant superintendent, or secretary and stenographer where highest speed is not essential. Executive ability, initiative. Best reference. 5,731, Outlook. Companions and Domestic Helpers

WANTED, by refined woman, position as housekeeper on gentleman's country estate or club, or care of motherless family. Not afraid of work. References exchanged. 5,711, Outlook.

MIDDLE-aged gentlewoman, widow, de sires position as hostess or managing house keeper, preferably in home of widower with adult sons or daughters, where culture and executive ability will be valued. Salary governed by duties. References given and required. *5,735, Outlook.

REFINED woman desires position as house keeper

in private home or hotel ; capable of managing help. Would act in capacity of chaperon. References. 5,946, Outlook.

A woman of mature judgment, educated, companionable, the mother of a family, desires a position of responsibility in a well-appointed home out of the city. 5,732, Outlook,

SITUATIONS WANTED Companions and Domestic Helpers

MANAGEMENT of household, American Protestant accustomed to very large estab lishments. Practical knowledge of conservation of food. Country place preferred. Box 84, Coolidge Corner P. O., Brookline, Mass.

BY woman of culture, position as chaperon, companion, or housemother. Experienced in taking care of home. Proficient in French. Willing to travel. Best references. 5,736, Outlouk.

MISCELLANEOUS PATRIOTISM by Lyman Abbott, also 4 verses of America-The Pledge to the Flag2 verses of The Star-Spangled Banner, all

in a little leaflet. Further the cause of patriotism by distributing in your letters in pay envelopes, in schools, churches, clubs, and social gatherings. 200 sent prepaid for 30 cents. Arthur M. Morse, Montclair, N. J.

TO PARENTS ENGAGED IN PATRIOTIC WORK. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY. LADY living on Long Island, South Shore, will receive a limited number of young girls from eight to twelve years old, for the summer months. Simple home life, sea bathing, riding, outdoor sports. Highest references exchanged. For particulars address Miss M. C. 1819 Vernon Place N. W., Washington, D. C.

WANTED - Defective persons to board. Address W., Pawling, N. Y.

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THE NATION'S
tonic hate sucked us in, motor-carriage

As another illustration, consider the case engineers began the experiments which of a low-priced car or used car, bought and INDUSTRIAL gave Uncle Sam the Liberty Motor (pro- operated inexpensively from house to office

, nounced by aviation experts the most effi carrying three or more people. One such, to PROGRESS cient airplane engine yet designed) as a the writer's knowledge, costs its owner less finished product within a few weeks after than three hundred dollars

per annum, and Believing that the advance of business is a subject war was declared. Motor-truck manufac saves its three passengers more than thirty of vital interest and importance, The Outlook will turers, foreseeing the event, were enlarging dollars apiece annually against the combinei present under the above heading frequent dis

their facilities to care for the anticipated railway and trolley fares they would othercussions of subjects of industrial and commercial interest. This will include paragraphs of timely

Governinent demand even before the Mexi wise have to pay. Incidentally this car interest and articles of educational value dealing

can mobilization, and when the fatal hour saves each of its passengers forty minutes with the industrial upbuilding of the Nation. ('om

had struck were among the realliest of the per daytime worth nearly fifteen hunment and suggestions are invited. ready to meet the call to service. Tholl

Ared dollars in a year according to the passands of workmen, trained in automobile sengers' combined earning power—and has THE ECONOMIC STATUS

factories, have entered the Army and Navy actually made all the difference to one of the

to do the host of indispensable things daily riders, whose health is retained only OF THE PASSENGER which no other training would have fitted by the nicest balance in the face of heary

them for. And as for its war output, how responsibilities and an exacting routine, be MOTOR CAR

many of The Outlook's reailers realize that tween keeping his present job or giving it up. BY H. BERTRAM LEWIS

Government orders to automobile factories And when we consider that the Ameri

total over $1,000,000,000 already, or that can motor car rolls up annually a total estiTHE growth of the motor-vehicle in the automobile industry and the steel mated at 60,000,000,000 passenger miles dustry in America has been so amaz industry together are considered America's against 35,000,000,000 by the railways

, ingly abrupt that few persons not first line of industrial defense-our surest what must be the combined savings of

directly informed have any concep guarantee that her man power will be effec all cars driven for useful purposes the tion of its proportions, or of the eco tively utilized ?

country over, and how tremendously must nomic consequences that would certainly The passenger motor car practically thev overbalance the combined cost of all follow its curtailment. The fact that it alone has developed these resources, for useless motoring! For it is estimated, and stands third on the National list of manu the motor truck is only to-day coming into probably with justice, that not more than facturing resources has been given consid its own as an indispensable utility, and of ten per cent of all automobile mileage is for erable publicity, but the public has not the 4,500,000 motor vehicles estimated to be travel without a useful objective. As a grasped it. Steel, the material for our now in use in the United States, but 400.000 motorist, list the uses of your car. Where buildings, bridges, ships, locomotives, rails, are of the commercial type; but in tabulat does it take you? To market, to church, to machines, and tools, comes first ; clothing: ing the contributions of the passenger car business, to the shop, to the recreation we the prime essential of life after bodily sus to modern civilization we are not limited to all must have--golf, perhaps, or tennis, the tenance, stands second in value of produc indirect services. The institution stands concert, the play; to your Red Cross work, tion; and third is private transportation squarely on its feet as a system of trans your Y. M. C. A. meeting, your National the passenger motor car and motor truck. portation which, averaging up its passenger League for Women's Service duty, your

By creating wages for a million employ- miles per annun, plus its baguage. parcels, Home Defense drill, your missionary funcees the automobile directly supports approx and general merchandise miles, and tiguring tion, your favorite charity, your country imately five million souls. Capital invested against these the cost of any other com home_to every necessary and useful des. in its manufacture amounts to $736,000,000, bination of transportation methods froin tination in your daily routine. If you were and the annual total of salaries and wages house to house for the same total mileage,

faced with the necessity for retrenchment, earned in its production is approximately will probably show a dollar-and-rent saving is it not the sheer truth to say that every$1,035,000,000. By providing a market without reckoning anything for the value of thing down to fuel, food, clothing, lumifor raw materials from mine, stock range, its comfort and convenience. Certainly the nants, and drugs would go before your motor cotton field,. rubber plantation, lumber possibilities are there, whether fully utilizeil car? There must be at least two million camp, sand pit, oil field, stone quarry, by every owner or not, and, if not, of course people in this land who have had to choose clay pit, etc., it contributes indirectly to the the owner, not his automobile, is at fault. between their motor cars and other things support of other millions. By its demand Take the average journey of a hundred in order to own cars at all. Perhaps that producers of steel, copper, aluminum, zinc, miles or so from house to house by a five is true of all but a very limited number of lead, chemicals, curled hair, glue, leather, or seven passenger motor car utilized to owners--and there has never been any textiles, thread, tires, insulating material, capacity for passengers, luggage, and inis hesitaney in decirling to sacrifice in every dressed timber, paper, glass, oil, cement, cellaneous “ tonnage," and its mileage bill other direction before parting with what brick, and their derivatives have expandeal per capita and per unit of merchandise experience has taught them to be the most manifold, and furnished employment at load will generally be the lowest possible useful possession of all. excellent wages to a host of workmen, for the same journey. Consiiler as an ex Suppose we should eliminate the motor whose earnings bring comfort to still greater ample a trip from some Long Island or car from American life and still attempt to hosts of dependents.

New Jersey point ten miles from Manhattan carry on the same range of useful activities By producing a livelihood for the garage to a Comecticut point one hundred iniles by other means of transportation. If the owner and his workmen its intluence distant. Suppose your party consists of tive estimate is correct that nineti per cent of all reaches into every hamlet in the lanıl, for people, including women or children, or automobile mileage is for useful purposes, the garage is omnipresent and the garage both, with luggage for all passengers. As there woulil then be 54.000.000,000 passenowner and his workmen bring reveme into sume that points both of departure and ger miles to make up in other ways. What the local market and help distribute the arrival are far enough from the nearest substitute could we use (since it must be tax burden of the community. By encour rail base to require supplementary trans assumed that railways and trolleys cannot aging the manufacture and sale of tools

portation of some kind from house to rail, be substituted, inasmuch as such routes are and accessories its ramifications run still and from rail to house', which is normally the alreadly worked to capacity and, so far as deeper into the economic fabric of our case. The bill for two rail fares, porters, the railwars are concerneil, weil over (acountry, with the prosperity of which it is Pullman chair's it necessary (as they are pacity, and inasmuch also as neither one indissolubly bound up. It is not too much when age or health prechules travel by furnishes horise-to-house transportation) to say that the motor car brings some bene public coach), two carriage fares (or even Obriously, nothing but the horse. There fit to every household in America, with two trolley fares, at fifty cents gross) could are few, if any, ille horses on the earth tovery few, if any, concomitant evils.

harilly be less than three dollars per capita day: therefore we should need enongh more The great industrial structure thus de at the very least-and it might be four or to handle this adilizional mileage before the veloped, which had already taught the even tive; whereas the average five-pas substitution could be made. A horse will Nation new standards in steel allovs, lieat senger motor car costs much less to operate carry two people, on the average, thirty treatment, quantity production, and a host than tifteen cents per mile (three dollars miles a day at the outside, and he needs a of other manufacturing methoils and de per capita for the distance), and every ad. Sabbath rest as much as a man. Rougl.! tails that are being utilized to-ılay to the vantage of parcel space, direct through speaking, we can estimate tiis average posve uttermost in the building of superior war routing, comfort, fresh air, and independ bilities at 20.01) passenger miles per annu. machines, was one of the first weapons of ence are clear - velvet,” to speak in popus which is probably much in excess of his America, if not the very first, to be sharp lar terms. And for the average journey of actual capabilities. Therefore it would ened for war. Approximately two and a this description the automobile party will require 2,100.000 more horses than we now half years before the maelstrom of Teu be first to arrive.

have to do the work, and, as a horse eats

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