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of 19 rooms, hardwood floors, 8 open fireplaces advertisement, count an average of six words to the line unless display type is desired.
xcellent repair, stable garage with
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3 houses already built costing from $6,000
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FOR DURATION OF WAR mental shrubs. "City water and electric light. Attractive Home 5 miles from Boston, Terms upon application.
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M.D., 522 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
HOTEL JUDSON 53 Washing- BEAUTIFUL POMFRET
For rent, furnished, “NORTHCOTE,” very CAPE CODBarnstable Attractive
desirable dwelling, with dining-room and acre and a half, on Bow Lane, 77 feet front, Snow-capped mountains, virgin
270 feet rear. Large residence and outbuillincluding meals. Special rates for two weeks pine forests, national parks, or more. Location very central. Convenient smoking rooms, pantry, kitchen, servants'
ings, in need of repair. Price very reasonable.
hall with bathroom. Four chambers with bath seas, lakes, waterfalls, roads
For blue print and particulars address Owner, into the heart of it all! And to all elevated and street car lines.
on 2d floor and four bright chambers on 3d 1025 North Broad St., Elizabeth, New Jersey. Alaska, the wonderland at
floor. Garage with chauffeur's room. Electric
AND TOURISE-BOOK fully illustrated, tells you.
Can be seen on application to
EDWARD 8. ENGLISH,
Pomfret, Conn. FREE
NANTUCKET ISLAND State, Dept, 0, Olympia, Wash. rooms, pure water bath, hot and cold; broad
FOR piazza, croquet, fine roads. Terms reasonable. SHORE COTTAGE
New England's most popular seashore re
Bort. Send for illustrated booklet "Quais! the Great West for young people. Con
furnished house 14 rooms, at Branford, Conn., Nantucket." Address SEA CLIFF INN, Nauducted by well-known artist and his wife. Res
on shore front. Private park about 60 acres tucket, Mass. Open June 20 to Bept. 20.
and bathing beach. Modern plumbing, Gas, ulars address 2,913, Outlook. Refs. exchanged. WYOMING-Trapper Lodge places. Address Box 1,234, New Haven, Conn.
NEW HAMPSHIRE An all season stock ranch. Good water, table, Hotels and Resorts
LAKE SUNAPEE, N. H. fishing and saddle horses, Camp QUTDOORS FOR RENT Attractively
Charming Summer Homes and Cottages, fur tains. Address WYMAN & SON, Shell, Wyo.
the foothills of the Berkshires.Furnished,$50 a noned, for rent and for sale. Write for bookCONNECTICUT
month. For particulars address 7,961, Outlook lets. Sargent & Co., New London, N.H.
Headquarters Lake Sunapee Real Estate The Wayside Inn Health Resorts
FOR RENT New Milford, Litchfield Co., Conn.
esque Satchell Cottage, Sugar
or RENT In the foothills of the Berkshires. Open all the “INTERPINES"
Hill, N. H. Wm. E. Satchell. Ows
Newtown, Conn., among the Berkshires, year. An ideal place for your summer's rest.
27 hours from New York. Beautiful extended Furnished er, 162 Gates Ave., Brooklyn, N. T. 2 hours from New York. Write for booklet. Beautiful, quiet, restful and homelike. Over
view. Six rooms, bath, open fireplace, electric Mrs. J. E. CASTLE, Proprietor. 26 years of successful work. Thorough, re
SUGAR HILL, NEW HAMPSHIRE light, steam heat, best water supply and liable, dependable and ethical. Every comfort and convenience. Accommodations of
plumbing. Pleasant porch. Garden planted “Edgewood Camp" MASSACHUSETTS superior quality. Disorder of the nervous sys
if requested. Address owner, 7,987, Outlook.
Furnished cottage to rent. Large living-room, tem a specialtya Fred. M.Sewase.M.DBEAUTIFUL POMFRET sleeping porches, lange ventadores Bienvenue
kitchen, 4 double and 2 single bedrooms, HOTEL PURITAN
Fred. , Jr., M.D., Goshen, N. Y.
For rent, "GREYSTOKE,” furnished; nine
master's and four servants' chambers. Has Apply to 460 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. Globe Trotters call the Puritan one of
large stairway hall, library 32x23 feet, draw-
inepromo stroking or billiard room Open For Sale Lake Wimmipesaukee Wolfeboro OT-Costello Mgr and our booklet molled Newfoundland, New Jersey ing. Standard plumbing, three modern bath
two sleeping porches. All improvements A quiet, restful health resort among the hills
rooms, a lavatory on first floor, immediate Charles E. Birch, M.D., White Plains, N. I. If You Are Tired or Not Feeling Well of northern New Jersey. Large Bunny porch;
hot water at faucets. Servants' hall adjoining
a five-windowed, well-ventilated kitchen. you cannot find a more comfortable place in dry, exhilarating air. Åll
forms of hydrother-
apy and massage under medical supervision. Complete laundry. Pure and cold water from FOR SALE. HOUSE AND LOT:
by. ELECTRICITY for light, moderate cook N. J. Lot 100 ft. wide by about 20 ft. deep lying cause through a scientific study of each
ing and power furnished FREE. Garage. House stucco, 10 rooms, 3 baths. Garage on GREENFIELD, MASS. individual case. Booklet sent on application.
Tastefully and lavishly furnished for the the lot. Lot well wooded and planted. Aand
home of a gentleman. Rent $1,000. Can be some shade trees. Easy terms. Address C.H. It affords all the comforts of home without
seen on application to
Hartshorne, 87 Warren Place, Montclair, 8. J. extravagance.
EDWARD S. ENGLISH, Pomfret, Conn.
SUMMIT, N. J. NEW YORK
For Sale-Attractive Colonial House
RIDGEFIELD, CONN. in finest residential section. Corner lot HURRICANE LODGE
260.. Construction stucco, with tile rool. 1
rooms, 3 baths, and extra lavatories: 5 opet
Attractive estate of 25 acres, 3 miles from and COTTAGES
fireplaces. Garage with 4 rooms and bath
station. Comfortable frame house, 14 IN THE ADIRONDACKS
above. Mrs. JAMES C. FOLEY, Summit
rooms, 3 baths. Stable. Private water
supply. Good neighborhood. For sale or
NEW YORK titude 1,800 ft. Extensive
rent at reasonable price.
WORTHINGTON WHITEHOUSE, Inc.
9 E. 46th St., N. Y. Tel. Murray Hill 1000. bles. Fine dairy. Furnished cottages, all improvements. Terms $17 to $30 per week. Spe Private Hospital
Eighteen rooms, 20 acres, 4 miles from cial rates for season. Address K. BELKNAP,
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Paul Smith's, on Upper St. Regis Lake. Manager, Hurricane, Essex Co., N. Y.
Railroad station, Lake Clear Junctist.
Post-office, telegraph and express odice A Comfortable, homelike surround- did Patronage, good enrollment for next
A well established .
conveniences. Day and night trains from CLUB. Essex-on-Lake-Cham
New York. Furnished, including lines. plain. Cottages with central club house ings; modern methods of treatment ;
year. Washington's increased population in-
park, flower and vegetable gardens. Address Madam SUZANNE, P. O. Box No. 1,284.
For particulars address
JUDSON F. STONE, Agent NEW YORK CITY Sanford Hall Flushing New York BLUEHILL,ME. FOX CREATE
30 N. La Salle St., Chicago, Ill. Crest View Sanatorium for season 1918. Fully furnished, ten Greenwich, Ct. First-class in all respects,
rooms, three baths, overlooking Bluehill
Bay. For particulars address Miss E. G. 31st Street & Fifth Avenue
home comforts. H. M. HITCHCOCK, M.D. OWEN, 214 So. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. New York
ROSE VALLEY SANITARIUM CAMDEN, MAINE Combinee every convenience and home Box D, Media, Pa. For treatment comfort, and commends itself to people of
2 high-class Summer Cottages. Near
of disease by Osteopathy and allied physirefinement wishing to live on American Plan
the shore, with an 80-mile view up and down
ological methods, including Fruit, Milk, and be within easy reach of social and dra and other Scientific Diets; Hydrother
the coast. J. R. PRESCOTT, Newtonville, Mass. matic centers.
TO LET-12apy Massage; Corrective Exercise ; Room and bath $3.50 per day with meals, or
North Haven, Maine
address 7,855, Outlook. Sun, Light, and Air baths, etc. Ideal for
room bungalow, $2.00 per day without meals.
rest and recreation. Booklet on request.
on water's edge. Rent $400. References reIllustrated Booklet gladly sent upon
quired. J. L. COOLIDGE, Cambridge, Mass.
Demaquid Harbor, Maine Coast
Furnished cottages 4, 7 and 9 rooms: $100
to $175 season. Also lots for sale. D. WHITE mental patients. A lso elderly people requiring HOUSE, Pleasant St., Augusta, Maine. care. Harriet E. Reeves, M.D., Melrose, Mass.
Rent for season
6 rooms and bath,
fully furnished; hot and cold water. s. W TRANSIENT AND RESIDENTIAL
Doylestown, Pa. An institution devoted to
LITTELL, 138 $. Main St., Rockland, Maine. The science of conducting a hotel properly
the personal study and specialized treat MASSACHUSETTS is at its highest when it is Jeast apparent.
ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity, This is exemplified by the cultured, Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to
FOR SALE livable atmosphere of the Hotel Bossert.
ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D. A well-established Country Day School
(late of The Walter Sanitarium) Send for illustrated booklet "B"
Near Boston. Address 7,853, Outlook.
ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW For Rent for Summer Months Located directly on Trout Lake, three miles from Bolton Landing,
Lake George. Buik by present owner, who will rent for the entire season at moderate rental. Completely furnished. Six rooms with three bedrooms and bath. Kitchen with running water. Ice, wood, and rowboat included. For full particulars
Large, comfortable furuished house 20 rooms, wide verandas; eight acres orchard, garden planted, 'large covered veranda oti second floor; all modern at veniences; complete carriage house, a dener's cottage; icehouse filled with it residence adjoins golf links and cost mands beautiful view; fine drives in rounding country: about a mile from lake Apply to Judson F. Stone, Agt., Chicae Stock Exchange Building, Chicago, Il
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TEACHER of French in girls' school, M.A., experienced tutor, desires summer engage ment. 5,776, Outlook.
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AT once-a man for university position in
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taking care of home. Proficient in French. 12-room house, steam heat, fine spring water
Best references. 5,736,
Willing to travel.
HELP WANTED by gravity ; tillage and meadows intervale ;
Outlook. lots of timber and wood; 4,500 maple tree
CAPABLE, executive woman of organizing orchard ; 40 cows,
oxen and horses. Commodi-
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W.G. Parker, 150 Fifth Ave., New York City. position in June. 5,753, Outlook.
NURSE-companion, five years last posi-
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LADY desires charge young ladies or com-
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mediate Western cities about May 15. A. T.
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POSITION as house-mother in home or
institution. Experienced. Best credentials.
Teachers and Covernesses
teacher who swims, plays tennis, desires po
and private schools and colleges. Send for bul sition in girls' summer camp. Address 5,773,
letin. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N.Y. Outlook.
CALIFORNIA needs teachers with gradu REFINED young woman desires position as
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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 inonths. 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.
FORDS CAN BURN HALF COAL OIL or cheapest gasoline using our 1918 carburetor ; 34 miles per gallon guaranteed. Easy starting: Great power increase. Attach it yourself. Big profit selling for ns. 30 days' trial. Money back guarantee. Styles to fit any automobile. Air-Friction Carburetor Company, 240 Madison St., Dayton, Ohio.
CAPE COD-SUMMER HOME FOR CHILDREN. Professor's family desire to share mother's care, governess instruction, with limited number of young children. Winter arrangement, New York, if desired. Highest references. Terms on application. 5,772, Outlook.
SOCIAL worker with the best of experience desires executive work. Knowledge of farming and gardening. Box 154, Newburgh, New York.
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BY THE WAY In a well-known restaurant in New York 1917 the total number of passengers who City's Chinatown tea is served at various used the terminal was 18,148,605, of whom prices, from ten to fifty cents a cup. The 13,224,258 were from Long Island. fifty-cent tea is called "Yos Ban Yen.” A
Is there a collection of Chinese proverbs? Chinese waiter in this restaurant, on being Here is a specimen which for pith and asked the reason for the high price of this
point will appeal to Americans as worthy particular brand, said : “ Him high up on
of preservation: “A road is good for ten rocks. Have get monkey pick him.” It
years and bad for ten thousand.” would seem that the high cost of living
This proverb is quoted with approval by must have affected even the monkeys' rate
Mr. Ray Chapman Andrews, who conof wages in China to warrant this price for
ducted an expedition into farthest China a single
for the American Museum of Natural Dogs and other animals are wonderful History. Except for bad roads and bandits, mind-readers,” says Henry C. Merwin in
however, Mr. Andrews found that travel one of the “ Atlantic Classics” volumes.
in China met with no difficulties. “ It was “I have known three cases in which some
apparent,” he says, “ that throughout China discussion about the necessity of killing an there is a total lack of anti-foreign feeling old dog, held in his presence, was quickly in both the peasant and official classes, and followed by the sudden, unaccountable dis
except for the brigands white men can appearance of the animal. ... Horses are
travel in perfect safety anywhere in the inferior only to dogs in this capacity. Men Republic." who ride race-horses have told me that a
Among strange animals found by the sudden conviction in their own minds, in
expedition above referred to was the goral. the course of a race, that they could not
This is a mountain goat of great agility. win has passed immediately to the horse
“I have seen a goral,” says Mr. Andrews, and caused him to slacken his speed, al
“ run at full speed down the face of a cliff though they had not ceased to urge him.”
which appeared to be almost perpendicular The love of dogs and other animals is a and where the dogs dared not venture. As test of the moral progress of mankind, ac the animal landed on a projecting rock it cording to the writer named in the above
would bounce off as though made of rubparagraph. “ Not Stephenson, nor Faraday, ber, and leap eight or ten feet to a narrow nor Morse, nor Culton, nor Bell,” he says, ledge which did not seem large enough to “did so müen for the human race, to say
support a rabbit.” nothing of the other animals, as did that
Even the most careful housewife occadueling Irishman who, in the year 1822,
sionally sighs for unbreakable dishes; and, proposed in the English Parliament, amid
whether the responsibility of a broken dish shrieks and howls of derision, what after
is hers or her maid's, she will sympathize ward became the first law for the protection of dumb animals ever placed on the
with the heroine of the following skit from statute-book of any country.” The “duel
the Liverpool “ Post :”
“John," said Mrs. Jenkins, looking up from the ing Irishman " may be identified as Richard
evening paper, you know how many dishes Kate Martin, widely known as “Humanity
has broken lately?". Martin," a name conferred on him by no
“Yes," replied John ; "what of it ?” less a personage than George IV, King of "Well," continued the lady, “there is someEngland.
thing here in the paper about steel plates. I don't "Is the expression "an oblong square
know just what they are, but I should think they permissible?" a subscriber asks. It is
might be indestructible and the very thing we
need.'' objected that the word square' is superfluous.” As used specifically, in geometry,
Everywhere men who suddenly attain oblong is defined as “a long rectangle," prosperity spend money foolishly. A story and hence“ an oblong” is sufficiently clear
is told in “ Commerce and Finance " illusto the geometrical mind. But some au trating the point in the case of a Southern thorities, as quoted in the Oxford English
darky who had made money as a result of Dictionary, have used the phrase objected to,
the high price of cotton. He went to buy a or variations of it—as, a “square oblonge
phonograph “How many children have (tr. of Palladius, 1420); "an antient wall you?" asked the phonograph man during with towers, forming a kind of oblong
the transaction. "I has eight,” was the square" (Dalrymple, 1777).
answer. “One phonograph for eight chilWhat words are most frequently mis
dren !" exclaimed the salesman ; " that will spelled in the papers? Two candidates for
never do! You need two." And he sold the honor have good claims. “ Haled ”.
them to his credulous customer. haled into court” — often appears as
The vigilance of the track-walkers of a “hailed.” “ Identify,” for some curious railway cannot always prevent accidents reason, is frequently printed “indentify.”
from falling rocks. Å recent accident on “ Superceded,” “ ecstacy,” and “ develope"
the Pennsylvania Railroad not far from might receive honorable mention in the list. Harrisburg was caused by the falling at “ Draw a picture of Plymouth Rock as
midnight of a huge boulder weighing nearly you think it looked,” said the teacher to
three hundred tons from the top of a cut the class, as reported in an educational
about seventy feet deep. It fell just as the magazine. One small boy seemed to be in
cars were passing, being possibly dislodged difficulties. “ What is the trouble?” asked
by the vibration of the moving train. the sympathetic teacher. “ I can't tell which The ingenuity of the limerick-maker has you want me to draw," was the reply—“a rarely been better shown than in the followrooster or a hen."
ing example which a medical journal prints The importance of local traffic to a rail
in its funny column, thus incidentally showway system is indicated in the statement
ing that the profession is willing to take that passengers to and from stations on
good-naturedly a joke on itself : Long Island make up nearly three-fourths
There was a young indigent Dr. of the total number who use the great sta
Called in by a woman named Prr.tion of the Pennsylvania Railroad on
With a battery be shr.,
Quite senseless he knr.,
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A CONFLICT OF RACIAL
AN EXPLANATION OF THE ORIGIN OF THE WAR
BY DR. M. R. VESNITCH
SERBIAN MINISTER TO FRANCE AND HEAD OF THE SERBIAN WAR MISSION
TO THE UNITED STATES
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1918
THE APPEAL IS STILL URGENT
It comes with every letter from the boys in active service. They say woolen garments, sweaters, especially socks, are needed for health and comfort the year round.
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