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Hotels and Resorts
MASSACHUSETTS

Hotels and Resorts

NEW YORK CITY

Health Resorts

Tours and Travel Our International Playground

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Globe Trotters call the Puritan one of
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the most homelike hotels in the world.

New York
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Combines every convenience and home

comfort, and commends itself to people of If You Are Tired or Not Feeling Well and be within easy reach of social and dra. refinement wishing to live on American Plan

WATKINS, N. Y. Why we must play. A vacation

on Seneca Lake you camot find a more comfortable place in matic centers.

WM. E. LEFFING WELL, Pres. is more necessary in these war

New England than

Room and bath $3.50 per day with meals, or times than in any other. To play

$2.00 without meals.

A MINERAL SPRINGS HEALTH sent

RESORT AND HOTEL is the first instinct of man. It

.

JOHN P. TOLSON.
GREENFIELD, MASS.

The only place in this country where

the Nauheim Baths for Heart and has always been necessary for It affords all the comforts of home without

Circulatory Disorders are given with a development of physical, home extravagance.

Natural Calcium Chloride Brine. and social life. If this be so in ABERDEEN HALL

The Pioneer American "Cure" of the Y. W. C. A.

for Heart Disorders times of peace, when there are

HYANNIS, MASS.

14 East 16th St., New York The treatments, under the direction of only ordinary cares and anxie

Beautifully situated on elevation fronting the
sea, in estate of 1,000 acres, well covered with A homelike

physicians, are particularly adapted to

hotel for self-supporting Heart Disease, Circulatory, Kidney, ties, how much more so today

pine and oak woods. Thoroughly equipped women. Rates in rooms 60c. to 900. Restaul- Nutritional and Nervous Disorders,

with all mode improvements. Pri rant open to all women. Sen for ircular. Rheumatism, Gout and Obesity. when we are working under

bathing beach, tennis courts, golf club, beau-
tiful walks and drives. Accommodations for

PENNSYLVANIA

All sports and recreations. FINE GOLF! such terrible anxiety and stress, automobile parties. Delightfully cool ocean

Send for Ilustrated Booklets and under such high pressure ?

breezes. New management. Address
Aberdeen Hall, Hyannis, Mass.

THE FOREST INN

EAGLES MERE PARK, PA. It cannot be continued with

Dr. Reeves' Sanitarium out a breakdown unless there THE BERMAKEN On beautiful mountain lake renowned for the variety and attractiveness of its scenery.

A Private Home for chronic, nervous, and Kenberma, Mass. is relaxation and diversion.

mental patients. Also elderly people requiring QUIET, RESTFUL PLACE for quiet people.

Bracing mountain air, pure water, fine

boating and bathing, miles of mountain trails, a

care. Harriet E. Reeves, M.D., Melrose, Mass. Ocean front. Modern improvements. Ample most attractive golf course, good automobile Take a vacation in the great In- table. Fine bathing. Cottage to rent. roads and garage. The Inn is entirely modern,

Crest View Sanatorium

with broad piazzas overlooking the lake. Fine ternational Pacific Northwest,

Greenwich, Ct. First-class in all respects, NEW YORK

athletic field and tennis courts. Electric lights home comforts. Oregon, Washington and British

and steam heat. Large dancing floor and daily

H. M. HITCHCOCK, M.D.

orchestral concerts. Till June 1, address Columbia, amongst the snow

For All HERMAN V. YEAGER, Mgr., Hughesville, Pa. LINDEN|The Ideal Place for Sick

Lovers capped mountains, the trout

VERMONT

People to Get Well

Doylestown, Pa. An institution devoted to and salmon rivers, the forty

of the

the personal study and specialized treatful summer home. Cheerful, large, airy

ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity, golf links, the fifteen thousand

Open Air

Hydrotherapy. rooms, pure water, bath, hot and cold; broad

Apply for circular to

ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D. miles of motor roads, the INDIAN LAKE piazza, croquet, fine roads. Terms reasonable.

(late of The Walter Sanitarium)

Refs. exchanged. The M18SES SARGEANT. thousand miles of coast line

The Adirondacks

“ The Dorms,” Poultney, Vt. and inland seas. Our InterIf you want to take your vacation in the

Apartments woods, to spend your days on lakes, inlets,

Three modern buildings with all improve national Playground and the and trails, and your evenings and nights by

, located in Mes Fresh milk, fruits, and vegetables from New York City washington Square district

Furnished
World's Greatest Out of Doors.

the camp-fire, to fish, study birds and flowers,
and climb mountains, to have the company of

farm. Attractive walks and drives. Mountain

elimbing enthusiastic campers, and the guidance of a

Box O, Poultney, Vt.

Seven airy outside rooms, elevator service Write Outing Department

and all improvements. June 15 Sept. 15. $110 family who are experts in wilderness outing, INTERNATIONAL PACIFIC NORTHWEST TOURIST send for the booklet on the "Back Log

WISCONSIN

monthly. Mrs. 0. G. DALE, 27 West Ulth it. PLAYGROUND ASSOCIATION Idea." T. K. BROWN, Jr., Haverford, Pa. NORTH WISCONSIN WOODS

Real Estate (Maintained by the Governments of Oregon, Washing

HURRICANE LODGE THE CAVALIER ton and British Columbia)

CONNECTICUT and COTTAGES

Family Outing Place on beautiful lake. 1017-18 L C. Smith Bldg., Seattle

IN THE ADIRONDACKS

Folder, photos, and rates.
Hurricane, Essex Co., N. Y.
L. E. CAVALIER, Cable, Wisconsin. SHORE COTTAGE FOR

, Comfortable, homelike. Al

furnished house 14 rooms, at Branford, Conn. titude 1,800 ft. Extensive

Established 1857 on shore front. Private park about 6 acres verandas overlooking Keene

Kenosha, Wisconsin

and bathing beach. Modern plumbing. Gas SPEND YOUR VACATION Valley. Trout fishing. Camp

hot water furnace, electricity. 5 open firs ing. Golf_links, nine well-kept greens. Mile

Finest Health Resort and Sanitarium on Lake places. Address Box 1,234, New Haven, Coul
WASHINGTON STATE course. Tennis and croquet. Fresh vegeta- Mich., in 100-acre park. Moderate rates. Booklet.
bles. Fine dairy. Furnished cottages, all im-

A New Bunga-
Evergreen and evercool!
Snow-capped mountains, virgin
provements. Terms $17 to $30 per week. Spe-

low. 5 rooms, large WYOMING

veranda, cial rates for season. Address K. BELKNAP,

pleasant pine forests, national parks. seas, lakes, waterfalls, roads Manager, Hurricane, Essex Co., N. Y.

situation, , garage into the leart of it all! And

An all season stock ranch. Good water, table, mostly , large brook Alaska, the wonderland at

CLUB. Essex-on-Lake-Cham- fishing and saddle horses. Camp OUTDOORS property near house ; 3% miles from Water TOURIST-BOOK fully illustrated, tells

you. plain. Cottages with central club house WITH COMFORT in the Big Horn Mou- town, 9 miles from Waterbury. Price 2.2

where meals are served. References required. tains. Address WYMAN & SON, Shell, Wyo. $1,20) cash. J. CASSIDY, Woodbury. Com FREE Write 1. M. Hewell, Sec. of State, Dept. o, Olympia, Wash,

For circular or information address JOHN B.
BURNHAM, 233 Broadway, New York.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Health Resorts

. c the Great West for young people. Com “The Indian Mountain House"

A well established private school. Splent ducted by well-known artist and his wife. Res.

did patronage, good enrollment for nest ervations made now. Start June 15. For partic- COTTAGES and CAMPS

year. Washington's increased population in ulars address 8,325, Outlook. Refs. exchanged.

creases school demand proportionately, At head of CRANBERRY LAKE, N. Y.

Address MADAM SUZANNE, P. O. Box No. 1.284.

FLORIDA
Delightful location, excellent-cuisine. Best
Hotels and Resorts

bathing beach on lake. Best of fishing and

hunting. Prices most reasonable. For particu-
CONNECTICUT
lars write JOHN HOWLAND, Prop.

FOR SALE
The Wayside Inn
THE INN

Beautifully situated lot of nearly s New Milford, Litchfield Co., Conn. At Philipse Manor-on-the-Hudson

acres in Venice of America." Frontage ! In the foothills of the Berkshires. Open all the For those seeking the advantages

300 feet on bluft overlooking river, with good

boating and fishing. Price $1,600. year. An ideal place for your summer's rest.

of a home, without its cares. Directly on 2 hours from New York. Write for booklet.

GEORGE W. CUPIT the river. Clientele of highest standard. Sanford Hall, est. 1841 Mrs. J. E. CASTLE, Proprietor. Send for folder or pay the lun a personal call.

618 Pennsylvania Bldg., Philadelphia Pa.
Telephone, Tarrytown 176.
Private Hospital

MAINE
MAINE
OLD FORT COMFORT INN For Mental and Nervous Diseases

Sebascodegan Island

Casco

Bay Robinhood Inn and Cottages

Colonial house, Piermont-on-Hudson, N. Y. Comfortable, homelike surround

8 rooms, bath, hot and cold water, 4 fireplaces Bailey Island, Me. Will open June 15.

On bank of Hudson at famous Tappan Zee.ings; modern methods of treatment; telephone: furnished throughout with Cebo Bathing, fishing, sailing. For circular, Miss

Beautiful scenery amid points of historic

interest. In has been rebuilt and newly Massey, 5000 Woodland Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.

competent nurses. 15 acres of lawn, nial furniture; 2,000 feet shore line, 20 acres

woodland and meadow. Reacbed by auto furnished. Excellent cuisine and pure water. park, flower and vegetable gardens.

or boat. Photographs. References requiri Driving, golf, boating and swimming. ComThwing's Camp Belgrade Lake,

Food the best. Write for booklet. Address 8,365, Outlook. Rent for the suinmer. muting distance from New York.

L. E. DE GROAT, Pierinont, N. Y. A picturesque collection of rustic cottages

For Rent on shore of island, beautifully watered and wooded. Cottages furnished complete with all NEW YORK CITY

Cottage facing the ocean. Eleven rooms, five conveniences. Central dining cabin with ex

open fires, glass porch, electric bight, tele

phone, three baths. Fully furnished. JE cellent table also used for dancing and enter- HOTEL JUDSON 53 Washing

Square tainments. Fine fishing, boating and bathing.

McMaster,2109 De LanceySt., Philadelphia, For information address adjoining Judson Memorial Church. Rooms

Newfoundland, New Jersey FRANCIS D. THWING, Belgrade Lakes, Me. with and without bath. Rates $2.50 per day,

Seashore Cottage 6 rooms and bath

Rent
including meals. Special rates for two weeks

A quiet, restful health resort among the hills
or more. Location very central. Convenient
of northern New Jersey. Large silny porch;

fully furnished; hot and cold water. THE FIRS

S. W to all elevated and street car lines.

dry, exhilarating air. All forms of hydrother- LITTELL, 138 S. Main St., Rockland, Maine Deer Isle, Penobscot Bay. Maine

apy and massage under medical supervision. Inexpensive summer colony. Im, tents, cot

HOTEL

Believing that there is a curable physical basis BALD HEAD CLIFF, YORK, MAINE tages. Select patronage. Booklets give full par

for most chronic ailments, we seek the under. ticulars. Prof. S. B. KNOWLTON, Haverford, Pa.

lying cause through a scientific study of each Beautiful home of the late Mrs. George individual case. Booklet sent on application.

Conarroe for rent. 16 rooms, with garags,

and 10 acres of land. Modern in every detail YORK CAMPS LOON LAKE, Montague, Hicks, and Remsen Streets

“INTERPINES” Directly on the ocean. Particulars YORK

BROOKLYN In famous Rangeley region in heart of

CLIFFS CO., 80 Boylston St., Boston, Maes mountains facing lake. Private log cabins TRANSIENT AND

Beautiful, quiet, restful and homelike. Over
RESIDENTIAL

26 years of successful work. Thorongh, re- YORK CLIFFS, MAINE with open fires, bath and hot and cold water.

The science of conducting a hotel properly liable, dependable and ethical. Every com. Central dining-room. Golf within easy reach;

is at its highest when it is least apparent. fort and convenience. Accommodations of Beantiful cottages. Completely fargarage. Boating, bathing, fishing, mountain climbing. Farm one mile from camp furnishes This is exemplified by the cultured, superior quality. Disorder of the nervous sys- nished. Private grounds: goll und teue

livable atmosphere of the Hotel Bossert. fresh vegetables, eggs, poultry, certified milk.

tem a specialty. Fred. W. Seward, Sr. M.D., Information given. YORK CLIFFS CO. Booklet. J. LEWIS YORK, Prop. Send for illustrateel booklet "B" Fred. W. Seward, Jr., M.D., Goshen, N. Y. Room 723, 80 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

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FOR SALE
WYOMING—Trapper Lodge House 3 acres of land southern exposure

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Tarpon Springs, Florida

Sanford Hall Flushing New York Kennebunkport, Me. selesi
IDYLEASE INN

BOSSERT

Famous New England

Summer Resort

HEATH, MASS.

Real Estate

Real Estate
ADDING MACHINES

SITUATIONS WANTED
THE Ray Adding Machine. Saves time,

Business Situations MASSACHUSETTS

NEW YORK

money, labor. Costs less than an average inis- WANTED_Position as confidential secre take-only $25. Adds with speed and accuracy

tary. Broad experience. Salary to start, $2,000.

of highest priced machines. Also directly
CAPE COD Ocean Front Farm Prices have not advanced in Co
Furnished

subtracts. Used by U.S. Govt., International

Box C, Highland, Ulster Co., N. Y. Housekeeping bungalows. 5 and 6 rooms and produce 100 per cent higher. For information,

Harvester Co., B. &0. Ry., business and pro- Professional Situations bathroom ; fireplace. Grand view. $130 and etc., write RURAL LIFE Co., Kinderhook, N. Y.

fessional men everywhere. Handsome desk $150 season. L. S. RICH, Truro, Mass.

MUSICIAN, experienced as organist and stand free. Send no money, but write for 20To Let “The Moorings:" Bolton Landing,

director of choir and choral society, also on Lake George, N. Y. day free trial. The Ray Company, 2147 Candler

mezzo-soprano soloist, wishes position near CAPE COD—Barnstable property, Attractive Furnished cottage, 10 bedrooms, 3 baths, Bldg., New York.

Boston. References for many years' work in running water, electric lights, open fireplaces,

vicinity of New York City. Address H. C., acre and a hall, on Bow Lane, 77 feet front, large piazzas. Beautiful trees, water frout,

HELP WANTED

75 Winchester St., Brookline, Mass. 770 feet rear. Large residence and outbuild brook, filled icehouse. Address Lieut. Claude ingy, iu need of repair. Price very reasonable. Bailey, U. 8. N., Burnt Alls, N. Y.

Professional Situations

Companions and Domestic Helpers For blue print and particulars address Owner, 1025 North Broad St., Elizabeth, New Jersey.

POSITION as hospital housekeeper in counATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW

CITY church, pastor on war service, needs substitute offering, good reasons excusing

try. Experienced. 5,815, Outlook. For Rent for Summer Months from National service. Country clergyman LADY, middle age, wishes position as useLocated directly on Trout Lake, three miles acceptable. 5,823, Outlook.

fu companion to lady. Experience and no froin Bolton Landing, Lake George. Built by

Business Situations

objection

to elderly person. Best references. present owner, who will rent for the entire

Address Box 226, Chappaqua, N. Y. season at moderate rental. Completely A New York real estate firm of the highest POSITION as housemother_in boys' school

furnished. Six rooms with three standing needs the services of a young lady or college for coming year. Exceptional cre FOR SALE OR TO LET

bed rooms and bath. Kitchen with to assist in card indexing, etc. Painstaking dentials. 5,811, Outlook.

running water. Ice, wood, and temperament, neat handwriting, and ability
Bass Rocks, Gloucester, Mass. address 7,855, "Outlook.
rowboat included. For full particulars

ACTIVE, middle-aged woman wishes to as-
to draw simple diagrams essential. Adeguate
salary. Assistant, P. O. Box 1936, New York.

sist in congenial horne, adults. 5,824, Outlook.

GENTLEWOMAN desires position, girls' octw. hatpazzal ontront and side. Contains O'Funkhederne spring water,

sanitary story beach house facing the Lake George, cottages . Companions and Domestic Helpers school, housemother, chaperon, hostess. Near WANTED—Good, competent woman to act

Philadelphia. Fall term. Reference. 5,826, 6 chambers, bath, running water, dining and

Outlook.
plumbing: Golf, tennis, boating, bathing, as working housekeeper and take charge of
living rooms with
a fireplace. Also has shed
fishing. E. B. WALTON, Glenburnie, N. Y. servants in home short distance from New

COLLEG E graduate, cultured, musical, de with additional toilet. This property includes

York. Best of references required. 5,813,

sires summer position as secretary, tutor, about 7,000 square feet of land and is located

Outlook.

companion. Personal interview. Excellent near Moreland Hotel. For particulars address, For sale. Cottage, Saltaire, Fire Island Beach,

references. 5,831, Outlook. Dr. FORSTER A. SMITH,

L.I. 8 rooms, coinpletely furnished,screened WANTED-Dietitian to act also as business 306 Sun Building, Lowell, Mass. porches, all improvements. Terms reasonable.

POSITION as hotel matron, refined, capable manager for womeu's dormitory in & State Would exchange for country property. Ad- university. 5,827, Outlook.

American woman, 40, not married. Experidress S., 17 Rutland Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.

REFINED, conscientious young woman to

enced with help and guests. Credentials from assist in care of girl and boy, aged five months

present position of three years. 5,832, Outlook. FREEPORT, L. I.

For Sale, 3 beau-
and two years, respectively. Experience not

TRAVELING to California in July, New tiful lots on Wiggins required, but sympathetic understanding York lady will plan route to accommodate

St. Near car line and depot. Address Mrs. M.A.
FOR SALE

necessary. Protestant preferred. All year

invalid or child. REFERENCES exchanged. Gilbert, Roger Williams Univ.,Nashville, Tenn.

home in Adirondacks. Box 7, Lake Placid 5,842, Outlook. Beautiful Summer Home. Six rooms,

Club, Essex Co., N. Y.

LADY desires engagement, summer season, laot and cold running water and bath. Won

RHODE ISLAND
WANTED-Woman to look after two chil-

companion or for teaching. Experienced dertul view, fine location. Write for particu

dren, ages six and nine. References required.

Credentials. Will travel. 5,843, Outlook. lars. Very reaso ble. LOUIS J. FONTAINE.

5,835, Outlook.

REFINED woman, a practical nurse and furnished, 9 rooms, bath, electricity. REFINED American or of the Allied, na- general housekeeper, would like position along NEW HAMPSHIRE Garage. Westerly water. Trolley. Bathing tions to assuine entire charge of two year old these lines or as traveling companion to inunsurpassed. Moderate. 8,317, Outlook.

boy and to assist with older child. New York valid. Splendid references of ten years from TO LET-AT GREGG LAKE

City winter, country in si mmer. Protestant present employer. Winter, P. O. Box 0,
VERMONT
family. 5,840, Outlook.

Tarrytown, N.Y.
ANTRIM, N. H.

WANTED, 347 Westervelt Ave., Tompkins- Teachers and Covernesses
By the season or month, fumished rustic For Sale, Windham.Co hear Brattleboro, ville, S. I., telephone 1472 Tompkinsville.
cottage with roof piazza, large porch, fireplace,

, 2,000 ft.
nursery governess or mother's helper to take

EXPERIENCED teacher desires position rumming water, boat and good bathing facili- rage, electric lights 200 acres, refined neighbor.

care of twin boys 7 years old, do plain sew- in grammar grades or junior high for fall of ties. Apply to C. H. FLEMING, Salem, Mass. hood, tillage and timberland. Most attractive ing, and little light housework. Mrs. Francis

1918. Excellent references. 5,821, Outlook. location in Vt. John L. Howard, Brattleboro, Vt. A. Cudill.

TEACHER, refined young lady, desires Compisen. 1. Furnished house to rent

MATRONS, governesses, mothers' helpers, position for summer. Tutoring or clerical for in Cornish Colony high ToPRAIN, 3 furnished cottages year O RENT, ON LAKE CHAM

cafeteria inanagers, dietitians. Miss Richards, work preferred. References. 5,822, Outlook. ground, beautiful view, 10 acres, garden, ga

537 Howard Building, Providence. Boston, YOUNG refined woman desires position as rage: 9 rooms, modern conveniences, reason- Burlington. Boats, ice, and two garages. Very 16 Jackson Hall, Trinity Court, Thursdays, nursery governess. In or near New York able terms. Apply P. MacKaye, Windsor, Vt. desirable. $300, $200, and $125 season. Miss 11 to 1.

preferred. Experienced. 5.819, Outlook. M. E. Meech, 326 College St., Burlington, Vt.

Teachers and Covernesses

YOUNG woman, teacher in well-known Croydon, N. H. Farmhouse, furnished, Near

private school, desires summer position as 11

Modern
leet. Running water in house. Kent $136. Lake Champlain d'endemu su unaendesi

AT once-a man for university position in teacher or companion. 5,818, Outlook.

physical training, $1. 400; men for English, FRENCH lady of education and refinement Write H. S. FERRY, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.

baths, hardwood floors, broad veranda, garage, university schools, $1,500 to $1,800; two men who has taught in leading schools for many

boathouse and boats, icehouse full. Also cot- with doctor's degrees, college positions, $1,500 years desires position with refined family to White Mountains

tage, 3 rooms and bath. All completely fur- to $1,800; luistory and English for boys'tacad- teach French in return for home and ex

nished and equipped. Ready for immediate emy, $1,500 to $2,0000; two head masters for JACKSON, N. H.

penses ; no salary asked. Can act as chaperon. occupancy. Excellent fishing. Ample grounds. university training schools, $1,800 to $2,000.

Willing to travel. 5,825, Outlook.
2 furnished cottages. One 8 rooms; Located between Burlington and St. Albans. Address THE INTERSTATE TEACHERS'
one 11 rooms. Overlooking entire White $1,200 for season. Would sell. Wm. R. Wheeler, AGENCY, Macheca Building, New Orleans,

YOUNG woman, experienced, successful
Momttain range. $140, $250 for season. Army and Navy Club, Washington, D. C. Louisiana.

teacher, at present doing graduate work, de A. G. PORTER

sires summer position as companion or tutor. 17 Westininster St., Providence, R. I.

WANTED-Competent teachers for public Specialty, preparation for college entrance. FOR RENT, FURNISHED and private schools and colleges. Send for bul- Experience in outdoor sports. Ready for

letin. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N.Y. duties May 22. Highest references. 5,828, for three months, easy of LAKE SUNAPEE, N. H. Plattsburg and Port Ethan Allen a large

CALIFORNIA needs teachers with gradu- Outlook. attractive place with considerable library,

ate study. Consult Boynton-Esterly Teachers' Charming Summer Homes and Cottages, fur

PROFICIENT, experienced teacher of billiard room, terrace and gazebo with us

Agency, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cal. nioned, for rent and for sale. Write for book

Spanish desires suinmer engagement. 5,833, surpassed views; garden with small pond-lily

TEACHERS desiring school or college Outlook.
lete. Sargent & Co., New London, N. H.
theadquarters Lake Sunapee Real Estate. pool, evergreen arboretum ; swimming pool positions apply International Musical and

TUTOR wishes position for next year. 5,834,
For further particulars address J.J. FLEXX Educational Agency, Caruegie Hall, S. Y. Outlook.
For Rent, Season, $1,500,
& W. B. McKILLIP, Burlington, Vt.

WANTED— Principal and assistant for in- YOUNG man desires to be tutor and com

termediate department of private school for Lovely Summer Estate in

panion to one or more children in a private For Sale Beautiful 14-Acre Island

girls in the Southwest. Eastern training and family. Good references. 5,802, Outlook.

successful experience required. Also resident
in LAKE CHAMPLALN
teacher of French and Spanish. Send full in-

PRIVATE French teacher with fifty pupils

seeks PRIVATE SCHOOL. References.
Well wooded, fine bathing beach, good fish
Low ft. elevation, 142 acres, unexcelled view.

formation to 5,830, Outlook.
Plenty of water, diving pool, tennis, sleeping
ing, charming views. Very accessible. %

Neuchateloise, 235 West 102d St., New York.

WANTED- Experienced, refined young
inile to station on Rutland Railroad. Two
porches for 7, furnishings for household of 16,

womau as nursery governess for two children,
2 baths, electricity, garage, forge, telephone,

cottages (one furnished). Boats, garden, fruit 5 and 3 years of age. French, English, or
ice, garden, berries, modern barn, pastures, 2
and ice. All ready for camping. Price $10,000.

BOOKS, MAGAZINES

American only : good references required. R,
Cows, dairy and separator, neighbors of cu-
REYNOLDS R E., Burlington, Vermont. Apt. 3A, 875 Park Ave., New York.

MANUSCRIPTS ture and distinction. Tenant engaging place

Fine lakeshore farms and cottage sites. soou can keep excellent farmer-chauffeur and

YOUNG'S Book Exchange, the mecca of wife (cook) used to the place. Map, pictures,

SITUATIONS WANTED literature pertaining to colored people, 135 W. and full description can be got from owner,

135th St., New York. Send for catalogue. C.C.HOAG, Franklin Bank Bldg., Philadelphia. House of 10 Rooms

Business Situations

SECRETARY. Teacher of English, uni-
NEW YORK
Beautifully shaded by large maples. Large

MISCELLANEOUS
versity graduate, with knowledge of type-
barn and hen house. Never-failing spring of writing, desires position as secretary for PATRIOTISM by Lyman Abbott, also 4
cold water. Fruit in abundance and trout summer. 5,837, Outlook.
brook running through farm. Located in the

versea of Ainerica- The Pledge to the Flag

AMERICAN Protestant widow, great sense 2 verses of The Star-Spangled Banner, all in a in

beautiful mountains of Vermont, near village the pines. Completely furnished. $200 to

little leaflet. Further the cause of patriotism of Peacham. Good roads. Telephone connec

of humor, happy, sunny disposition, excellent

health, gentle birth, capable, artistic, possess- by distributing in your letters, in pay envel $275 for season. Sand beach for children. tion. For information and photos address ing executive ability, good judgment, common opes, in schools, churches, clubs, and social C. H. EASTON, 1 Broadway, New York.

IRWIN C. REYNOLDS,

sense, practical, tactful, and adaptable, wishes gatherings. 200 sent prepaid for 30 cents. 70 Bridge St., So. Hadley Falls, Mass. position. 3,836, Outlook.

Arthur M. Morse, Montclair, N. J.

ite CU GE

TAMWORTH, N. H.

To Rent-A Farm of 61 Acres

Lake Champlain Shore

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“That attack of dyspepsia of which you are com-
plaining is due to one of two causes.

Either you have over eaten or you have been
working under a nervous strain. For food will not
properly digest when you go to your meals with
nerves on edge.

There isn't anything serious about this form of indigestion and the simplest sort of treatment should bring immediate relief.

For years, I always recommended the use of pepsin in such cases until, in later years when I had put pepsin into chewing gum, I suggested to my patients that they chew a stick of Beeman's Original Pepsin Gum for ten minutes after each meal.

Pepsin is good for stomach ailments, while the chewing of the gum acts as a nerve tonic."

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INDEX TO VOLUME 118 OF THE

THE OUTLOOK
JANUARY 2 TO APRIL 24, 1918 (FOUR MONTHS)

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EDITORIAL:

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Abbott, H. V....

278
Adams, Henry

658
Administration, Criticism of the.

233, 280, 358
Administration, The, Pro and Con.

314
Æsop on Russia..

402
"After the War" Reconstruction in Great Britain-
Some Radical Proposals.

320
Air Mail Service, An....

400
Airplane Programme, Our.

87, 126, 608, 654
Allen, F. L...,

278
Allies, The United.

573
Alsace-Lorraine...

11, 526
America Among the Nations".

527
American Army, The, in Action..

436
American Army, The, in France..

199, 396
American Defense Soclety, The..

169
Americanization, The Importance of.

568
Arctic, New Lands in the, Discovered by Stefansson 44
Are We Too Late !....

523
Arizona, The Governor of ..

8
Arms, Clothes, and the Soldier.

12
Army Bills, Four....

009
Art Exhibition, A French Government.

236
Athletics and the War....

5_3
Austria's and Germany's Replies to President
Wilson's Peace Conditions..

199
Aviation Service, the Naval, Appeal for Recruits for. 317
Baker, Secretary, before the Senate Investigating
Committee..

132
Baker's (Secretary) Plans..

275
Barnard's (Mr.) Lincoln.

86
Baruch, B. M., Chairman of the War Iudustries
Board...

433
Bath of Beauty, The.

361
Blacklist, The

8
Blankenburg, Rudolph..

658
Bloch's " C Sharp Minor Symphony

438
Bolo and Boloisın..

312
Bolsheviki, The, and Peace...

273
Booze or Coal ?..

659
Bricks, Making, Without Straw : The Congressional
Investigation into the Conduct of the War.

47
Bryan, Mr., Reaps..

397
Budget, Wanted-A.

437
Bugher, Mr., and Mayor Hylan..

201
Bulgaria and the United States.
Bulgarian Minister, The, at Washington.

233
Burleson's (Mr.) Reappointment..

201
Caillanx Case, The..

84, 170
Canada, Prohibition in, 7; Conscription

609
Cartoons of the Week, 9, 43, 85, 127, 173, 272, 237, 277,

315, 357, 399, 437, 473, 521, 571, 611, 657
Case del Soldato.

660
Chaplains for Our Fighting Forces..

312
Child Portraiture.

509
Children's Year, A...

474
China, A Cablegram from
Chinese Changes.

172
Church and the War, The.

663
Coal, Next Year's..

434
Coal Shortage, One Cause of the

125, 659
Comic, The Tonic of the (Vassar College Fire).... 472
Congress, An Appeal to Elect a Loyal...

353
Congressional Investigation into the Conduct of the
War.

47
Conscientious Objectors..

520
Contributors of the Week.

278
Corn and Potato Crops, The..

474
Courage...

660
Crowder, General, on the Selective Draft.

81
Current Events Ilustrated, 24, 61, 103, 143, 187, 215, 253,

201, 329, 369, 413, 449, 487, 539, 587, 629, 671
Czernin's (Count) Camouflage.

610
Dawn.

442
Daylight Saving Plan, The..

396, 470
Debussy, Claude.

569
Decorations, Foreign, American Soldiers and.

81
Disciple, That Other.

280
Dolls and Models, Collections of, at New York and
Toledo Museums

202
Draft Law, Constitutionality of the, Decided.

81
Draft, Selective, General Crowder on the..

81
Driggs, L. La T....

278
Dutch Ships, The...

469, 518
Easter..

476
Editing, The High Cost of.

206
Education, Compulsory...b.

477
Electra..

276
Eshleman, John..

5:20
Etching with Carbolic Acid, An.

602
February Thaw..

319
Fell, H. N., on Automatic Savings.

200
Foch: Generalissimo.

507
Food Marketing, 569; Ra tioning.

570
Foyers du Soldat, The..

524
France, Food in, 439; Fa rining in.

636
France Is Not “ Bled White ?

358
Freedom, Industrial, and the War.

476
French Drama, The, in New York City.

475
French, Information about the...

318
Fromkes's (Maurice) Portraits of Children..

569
Fuel, Life-Saving, and Irddustry.

125
Gardening by Corporations.

524
Gardner, Major A. P..

129
Garfield Fuel Order, The.

169, 174
General, An Armchaiy (General Grossetti).

472
* George, The Most Vious," at Gaza...

128
German Lynched in Nlinois, A...

609
German Reply to Fresident Wilson's Peace Condi-

199
Germany, A Trade Boycott of.

433
Germany, The Unx est in.

234, 238
Giver, A Generous

572
“God Ain't Dead Yet”.

575
Gompers, Mr., o

Government Operation of the
Railways.

89

EDITORIAL.-Continued.

PAGE
Gore Bill, The (Price-Fixing of Wheat)....

572
Great Britain :
“ After the War” Reconstruction-Some Radical
Proposals..

320
Gregg, J. E., Principal of Hampton Institute.

8
Grossetti, General (An Armchair General).

472
Guatemala City, Earthquake at..

42
Guns, Automatic, and Automatic Savings, H. N.
Fell on..

200
Happy Eremite, The :
Bath of Beauty, The.

361
China, A Cablegram from..

477
Dawn..

442
Etching with Carbolic Acid, An.

662
February Thaw..

319
"God Ain't Dead Yet".

675
Mexican Bandit, On Becoming a.

404
Spring, Concerning the Difficulty of Doing One's
Duty in..

614
Truth, The, and the Whole Truth..

520
Hardy, Captain William, and Perry's Expedition to
Japan...

8, 172
Hays, W. H., Chairman of the Republican National
Coinmittee..

316
Hides, Hoarding.

200, 390
Hitchcock's (Senator) Criticism of the Administra-
tion...

233
Holland, Conditions in.

313
Home Card, The..

315
Home Rule and Conscription..

601
Housing Association, the National, Recommenda-
tions of..

82
Housing Bills, The ..

395, 471
Hughes, C. E., on Our Part in a New World

128
Hunt, G. W. P., Governor of Arizona

8
Hylan, Mayor, and Mr. Bugher.....

201
nliterary in the United States...

508
Incomes, Earned and l'nearned, Taxation of..

42
Wu Hoc Signo Vinces...

574
Insurance, Soldiers'

199
Intemperance, American Soldiers in France Charged
with.

199
Italian Soldiers, Work for (Case del Soldato). 660
Japan and Russia, 440; and Siberia..

610
Japanese Army, The (Photographs), 406; Ships. 655
Japan, Suicides in.

475
Japan to Aid Her Allies against Germany.

401
Jericho, The Fall of.

350
Jerusalem, Capture of, Celebrated in Iowa City

7
Joffre, Marshal, Elected to the French Academy 313
Journalism, Some Difficulties of Weekly.
Junkers and Soviets...

469
Kaiser, Premier, and President.

317
Kelley, Edgar S., Musical Works by.

239
LA Follette, Senator....

7, 355, 435, 612
Lee's (W.G.) Charge against Railway Managers.... 275
Lenroot, I. L., Elected Senator.

612
Lenten Lessons, Four :
1-A Tower of Strength.

319
II-A Teacher of Life..

300
III-A Leader of Men..

404
IV-Love's Sacrifice..

441
Liberty Bond Issue, The Third .. 397, 433, 607, 653
Library War Service, The..

82
License, Exports and Imports under.

312
Lincoln, Andrew O'Connor's..

86
Lincoln, Mr. Barnard's...

86
Lincoln or the Kaiser-Which?

10
Liquor Question, The, and Our Expeditionary Force. 42
Lloyd George's Address before the British Labor
Conference

170
Luckenbach, The J. L., Fights a Submarine

128
Lynching a German

609
Mabie, Hamilton Wright.

660
“McAdoes,” What Mr.

398
Machine Gun, The New.

397
Mails, Delays in the..

670
Medals to Our Men..

236
Medical Officers, Bill to Raise the Rank of.

522
Medici Papers, The....

356
"Metropolitan Magazine," The, Barred froin the
Mails.

434
Mexican Bandit, On Becoming a.

404
Meyer, G. von...

438
Mittel-Afrika, Shall Germany Have a ?.

234
Monks, Grace B...

278
Mooney Case, The..

314
Morgan Collection, The...

86
Motor Car, The, an Essential of Modern Transporta-

84
Museums, Admission to...

659
Music a Non-Essential, Is ?...

441
Music School Settlement in New York City

438
Nashville, Tennessee, Law and Order League of 568
National Army, Enlarging the...

470
National Army Parade in New York on February 2. 353
National Service, The Congress of...

400
Navy, Our...

608
Negro, The, and the War..

44
New Jersey, Local Option Law Passed in

202
New Jersey, Prison Reform in..
Newlands, F. G...

7
New Rochelle : A Fine Type of the American Small
Town in War Time...

137
Newspapers, Duties of, in Time of War.

130
Newspapers, Increase in Price of..

206
New World, Our Part in a....

129
New York City :
Firemen Helping Our Soldiers.

236
Music School Settlernent, The...

438
Public Lectures....

474
Woman Police Commissioner..

240
Nietzsche's Religion.....

131
Nobel Peace Prize, The..

171
O'Connor's (Andrew) Lincoln.

86
Odell, J. H...

278, 280, 317

EDITORIAL.-Continued.

PAGE
O'Grady, Mrs., Fifth Deputy Police Commissioner
of New York..

240
Oil, What Is to Become of Our Reservoir of ?.

402
Outlook, The, Stopping.

398
Overman Bill, The..

274
Packers, The...

400
Palaces, Three, Gift of King George for National Use 356
Palestine, The Sanctuaries of ..

202
Panaretoff, Stephen, Bulgarian Minister to the U.S. 234
Peace, An Answer to a Proposal of.

35
Peace, No Time to Think.

401
Peace, Political Aspects of .......

273
Pershing's (General) Order Regarding Liquor.

7
Pilgrim's Progress, A Star, a Symphony, and.. 239
Poland, Free..

45
President, Defending the.

274
President's Address of January 8, The.

87
President's Bill on Co-ordinating War Agencies, The 274
President, The, and Peace....

136
President, The, Congress, and the Country..

204
President, The Powers of the..

240, 279
Prohibition in Canada and Temperance in Our Expe-
ditionary Force...

7
Prohibition, Progress of.,

172
Quebec, Conscription Riots in.

609
Questionnaire, The Great (for Registered Men)

6
Railway Control Bill, The...

395
Railway Era, The New..

519
Railway Managers, Charge against ..

275
Railways, Government Operation of the... 10, 41, 83, 129
Railways, The, and the Government: A Poll of Pub-
lic Opinion..

48
Reading, Earl, British Special Ambassador and High
Commissioner..

84
Red Cross Committee, The International, and the
Nobel Peace Prize....

170
Red Cross Drive, The..

6
Red Cross Members, 23,475,000.

235
Redmond, John E...

438
Republican Party, The, in 1920..

316
Richmond, C. A...

278
Roosevelt, Mr., on Speeding Up the War..

126
Roosevelt's (Mr.) Illness.

276
Roosevelt's (Theodore) Defense of Criticisin of
Government

163
Rumania Submits..

436
Russia, Germany's Advance on....

353
Russia in Danger of German Domination.

41
Russian-German Peace Conference..

41
Russia's Fate in Suspense..

436
Russia's New Despotism..

175
Russia, What Has Become of?.

358
Russo-German Peace Parleys, The Futile.

128
Ryder, A. P..

522
Savings, Automatic, The Governinent Plan for. 200
Service Flag, The..

204
Ship-Builders' Strike, The.

313
Ship Control Committee, An Inter-Allied..

275
Ships, The Builders of Our..

279
Soldiers, What Do the, Read ?..

82
Soviets' Congress, The All-Russian..

469
Spanish Supplies...

356
Spring, Concerning the Difficulty of Doing One's
Duty in...

614
Spring-Rice, Sir Cecil..

316, 370
Standard Oil Company and its Employees, The., . 612
State Police, A

522
Stefansson, New Lands in the Arctic Discovered by. 44
Stillman, James..

471
Strengthen America Campaign, The..

170
Submarines and Ship-Building ..

519
Submarine Warfare, A Year of Ruthless.

234
Sugar Situation, The....

5
Sullivan, J. L..

235
Tax Laws, Revising the..

83
Theaters, Should They be Closed (to Save Coal)?. 125
Truth, The, and the Whole Truth.

526
Tuscania, The Loss of the.......

275, 279
Tuskegee Conference, Twenty-seventh Annual.. 201
Ukraine, A Paper Peace for the...

273
Uncles, Amateur, In Defense of..

88
United States Steel Corporation, The..

612
Upton, Camp, Church Headquarters at..

603
Vassar College, Sense of Humor Amid Fire at.

472
Victory Bread..

235
Wages, Government Regulation of..

395
War Aims, The, of the Nations.

90
War Department, The..

12, 47, 91, 205
War Machine, Repairing the..
War Machine, The : How Much Power Is Reaching
the Rear Wheels ?.

207
War, The :
After a Year..

613
American Artillery in France, Engagement of... 234
American Soldiers in France.

199, 396, 436, 568
Are We Too Late !.

525
Athletics and the War..

523
Battle-Lines during the Last Week of 1917.

41
England, The Situation in..

311
Foch: Generalissimo...

567
" Force to the Utmost

614
Gerinan Offensive, The Great. 517, 567, 610, 654
In Hoc Signo Vinces..

574
Italian Gains..

234
Japan in the War

84, 401
Lloyd George on England's War Aims.

5
Paris Bombarded by a Long-Range Gun... 518, 568
Peace Negotiations, Russian and German.

5
Peace Terms, Discussion of, after Victory

311
Russian and German Peace Negotiations. 5, 311
War and Trade....

312
War Fronts, From the.
Western Line, On the..

470, 610
War, The, and Industrial Workers.

523
War, The People's..

573
War Workers, Justice to...

359

176

tion ....

202

tions.....,

234

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