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(Continued) successful business men, owning and operating local concerns. These men are broadminded and broad-visioned enough to realize the immense benefit the formation of a local transportation company means to the community as a whole, and also know what a good business investment it would make, even with the charges well within the means of those concerns that could be counted upon to patronize such a company:
As for the details of forming such a company, cost of the trucks, their proper size and capacity, upkeep, etc., any of the recognized truck manufacturers will gladly furnish them.
It is interesting to note that the Government is behind this local motor-truck transportation movement, and it is not at all improbable that short hauls—within a radius of forty, fifty, or even one hundred miles of certain cities—will be embargoed so far as railways are concerned. In fact, I understand this has been done in certain localities.
That local motor-truck transportation companies are badly needed is proved by companies now operating and rendering service to communities. There is a motortruck transportation company in an Eastern city that handles any shipment from one pound to several thousand, and guarantees delivery. Machinery, clothing, woolen goods, textiles, foodstuffs, household articles, building supplies, etc., are being transported by this company, demonstrating that once a transportation company is formed and becomes known, manufacturers and concerns of widely varied business interests, of their own accord, turn to it to help them make early and quick delivery of goods and materials that are now either tied up in freight terminals or are being held at factories until the freight situation improves.
Without a doubt, the condition of the war-congested railways threatens to affect cities and towns in every part of the country, and it is up to every community to have its business men head it off with motor trucks.
In the East merchants and manufacturers have already changed their methods of shipping. It was natural for them to turn to local transportation and transfer companies, and, while the rates charged by such companies are slightly over those charged by the railways, the service rendered has more than made up for this increase, and it is predicted that as motortruck transportation becomes better established, and with more good roads, the railways will be hard put to compete with such companies even when they have rolling stock to carry out such work.
Even at this time I understand that there are quite a few transportation and transfer companies doing intercity hauling that are not only giving highly efficient service, but are charging a lower rate than the railways or the trolley cars. I have heard of such a company that has more business than it can take care of, and is making a good profit on its investment. This company has a contract with one of the big express companies for helping to move the latter's goods. For this work the transportation company is paid on a contract basis. The rate charged is less than the cost by rail, for, while the railway rate from terminal to terminal is lower, there is an additional cost for pick-up charges at both ends, thus increasing the total rate over that charged by the motor trucks. This proves that from
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Motor-Truck Delivery of Goods Vital to the Nation
(Continued) an upkeep standpoint the motor truck can successfully compete with the railways and trolley express companies, rendering better service and still charging shippers a lower rate.
An exclusive advantage of shipping by motor truck is the absence of delay usual with the railways in unloading goods at terminal points, where they have to wait their turn for delivery. With the motor truck they are taken immediately to their ultimate destination.
The service of this transportation company has been such an improvement over former methods of shipping that its total business now amounts
to transporting approximately $25,000,000 worth of goods per year.
I recently ran across an article in which the very opportunity I mentioned in the first part of this article was pointed outthe big opportunity offered to local transportation companies. The gist of this article is as follows:
Any transfer man with motor trucks can now build up a good business. The first thing he must do is to advertise in a way that will reach the manufacturer and shipper. He must tell them in his advertisements that his trucks run on regular schedules between the towns he is serving, and also that he guarantees to deliver the goods within a specified time. He must also make a rate that is satisfactory to the customer and at the same time large enough to enable him to make a profit. Any express, transportation, or transfer man who follows the above and backs it up with efficient service will have no trouble in getting more work than he can handle for many years to come. Certainly the motor truck has enabled us to do some wonderful things this past year.
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SIBILITY In reading the Life of Lord Russell of Killowen, by R. Barry O'Brien, on page 288 I find the quotation given below, which, I think, is of especial interest at the present time. In the autumn of 1896 Lord Russell was invited to deliver the annual address before the American Bar Association at Saratoga Springs. In the course of the address he made the following statement :
“I began by speaking of the two great divisions-American and British—of that English-speaking world which you and I represent to-day, and, with one more reference to them, I end. Who can doubt the influence they possess for insuring the healthy progress and the peace of mankind? But if this influence is to be fully felt they must work together in cordial friendship, each people in its own sphere of action. If they have great power, they have also great responsibility. No cause they espouse can fail, no cause they oppose can triumph. The future is in large part theirs; they have the making of history in the times that are to come. The greatest calamity that could befall would be strife which should divide them. Let us pray
that this shall never be. Let us pray that they, always self-respecting, each in honor upholding its own flag, safeguarding its own heritage of right, and respecting the rights of others, each in its own way fulfilling its high national destiny, shall" yet work in harmony for the progress and peace of the world.” MARTHA EDDY HAWES.
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BY THE WAY A writer in the “U. S. Naval Bulletin " Efficiency has in this matter been con- way to execution at Tyburn, “ But for the (April, 1918) says that many aviation in- founded with organization. “While Ger- grace of God, there go I.” The letter says, structors are agreed that a skillful motor- man organization has always been unsur- referring to his early life: “Too much of cyclist or automobile driver always makes passed," the article quoted from says, "the it seems to have run to waste, and no one a good aviator. He says that“ formerly we intrinsic efficiency of German methods is can be under greater obligations to redeem thought that to become a successful aero- certainly no higher than those in vogue in it than myself—for alas how many past naut was something to be attained only by other countries. It is idle to deny,” the years of my short space were spent in one in a thousand. Experience has taught writer concludes, “that the much-abused misery and madness!” This letter was that almost any young man with a reason- Americanó efficiency experts' have devised written when Newton was forty-six; he able amount of common sense, the usual methods of interchangeability which the still retained bitter memories of his profliamount of“ nerve' possessed by most young Germans have never been able to approach.” gate life as a sailor engaged in the African Americans, and a keen desire to be an
“I don't see any sense in doctors being
slave trade. aviator, can become a good flier in a very
sick," said little Elizabeth, according to the After the war is over, says the “ Review” few hours. The most important qualities
“ Medical Journal,” “ 'cause they're right of the Rockefeller Foundation, will come are 'nerve' and lack of fear of the air."
around with themselves all the time." the real fight against yellow fever. The Young women who are beginning to feel that they are no longer to be classed as
war has only postponed this great battle A Frenchman learning English said to
for freedom from a deadly scourge. Gen"girls" may take heart from the following Register?” « English is a queer language. his tutor, as reported in the “ Christian
eral Gorgas, who is the leader of the camadvertisement in a New York daily paper :
What does this sentence mean : Should paign against yellow fever, has had to Girls between the ages of 17 and 45 years wanted for factory work; grinding and polishing lenses ;
abandon it temporarily and give his servMr. Noble, who sits for this constituency, $10.20 a week to start. Apply at
ices to our Army. The regions still infected consent to stand again and run, he will in
with the disease are mainly in South AmerThe following note from a theatrical all probability have a walkover'?”
ica and on the west coast of Africa. Eight weekly may be strictly true, but a first Will some student of the obscure things authentic cases of yellow fever were found reading of it brings a slight shock of in English style please say who it was that
in Venezuela. When the fight surprise : “Pauline Curley, though only started the fashion of abbreviating a man's against the Hun is won, the “ Review" slightly over sixteen, has been engaged by middle name ? To that unknown time
says, it is hoped wholly to exterminate Douglas Fairbanks for the leading femisaver may be attributed indirectly the
yellow fever from the world. nine rôle in his next picture. Miss Curley responsibility for an error in this column in has been on the stage fifteen years.”
A new motion-picture presentation of the issue of May 29—“ Thomas S. Jack
“ Uncle Tom's Cabin” will, it is stated, Another“ movie" note that has its amus
son" instead of Thomas J. Jackson. Had ing side is this : A well-known actress has “ Stonewall's ” name been generally spelled
show the original auction block used in front
of the old St. Louis Hotel in New Orleans. recently been“ filmed ” for Henrik Ibsen's in full—Thomas Jonathan Jackson—the
On this block were sold many thousands of “A Doll's House.” In announcing the new
offending S would surely have been noticed. film a provincial movie house is said to have Curiously enough, however, it may be noted
Negroes in the days when the St. Louis
Hotel was a center for the entertainment put forth this placard : “Coming-A Doll's
that the famous Confederate general was House, by Henrik Ibsen. Bring the kiddies.”
of wealthy planters who came to town to originally named simply Thomas Jackson.
purchase slaves. The stories, true or apocryphal, told
His most recent biographer states that it
was only “when nearly grown that he added about Napoleon would fill many volumes.
Confirming the statement in The Outlook One that has its special point in these times the name of his father, Jonathan.”
of May 1 that the Rev. J. R. Miller was
the author whose books had been in high is this, illustrating the great commander's “Shipwrights and Joiners' Union for
favor with the Empress of Russia, a subgenius for winning the devotion of his Seattle have adopted resolutions waiving scriber writes : “ The ex-Empress was a
soldiers : On one occasion an orderly gals Saturday half-holidays and double pay 1 loped up to him to hand him a message
great reader of these books (* Come Ye therefor for June, July, and August.” To Apart," Making the Most of Life,'' Buildduring a battle. Just at that moment the this telegram sent to the Labor Adjustment ing of Character,' etc.), and through her soldier's horse was shot under him. Napo- Commission of the United States Shipping secretary she sent Dr. Miller a message leon at once offered the messenger his own Board the Commission replied : “Please telling Ảim of her love for them. I am charger, a magnificent animal. Naturally convey expression of our warm apprecia- sure that the world to-day is full of people the orderly hesitated to take his Emperor's tion and hearty congratulations on action.
in need of the comfort they can give.” horse. But Napoleon encouraged him by This evidence of high patriotism heartens When the history of the Imperial family's saying: “Take him! Nothing is too good
exile is written, it will not be surprising if for a soldier of France."
An English bookseller advertises for sale it is found that this American clergyman's German efficiency has received more an autograph letter from the Rev. John books accompanied the ex-Czarina to Sibepraise than it deserves,“ Nauticus” (a new Newton, who is remembered for saying ria in the hour when she needed their com. journal devoted to shipping) points out. humbly, as he saw a convicted felon on his fort most of all.
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TEACHERS desiring school or college positions apply International Musical and Educational Agency, Carnegie Hall, N. Y.
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Shore of Lake Champlain Attractive cottage at the Crater Club, Essex, N. Y. 6 master's bedrooms and 2 baths, besides servants' quarters; completely furnished; spacious piazzas ; magnificent view of the lake and mountains ; five acres on the lake; bathing, boating, tennis ; 30 miles on fine roads to the Plattsburg Military Training Camp; 35 miles to Lake Placid ; beautiful mountain country; the house is comfortable and the housekeeping easy.
Mrs. L. C. MYGATT 65 Central Park West, New York City
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WANTED-- Defective persons to board.
ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW For Rent for Summer Months Located directly on Trout Lake, three miles from Bolton Landing, Lake George. Built 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 address 7,855, Outlook.
Why America has the best
roast beef in the world
"HAT cut of prime roast beef on
your table do you realize that it is of a quality such as our fathers seldom knew?
In their day meat dressing was purely a local business-wasteful, unscientific, frequently unwholesome.
It depended solely upon such cattle as could be raised in the immediate vicinity-cattle adapted mostly for dairying purposes and usually sold for meat only when unfit for anything else.
Today, thanks to the enterprise of the American cattle-raiser, herds of broad-backed cattle, scientifically bred for meat-producing purposes in the fertile pasture lands of the West, supply a quality of beef that is the standard of the world.
This scientific breeding on a large scale became practicable only when the facilities developed by the modern packer made meat dressing and distributing a national instead of a local business,
Through the establishment of large packing plants with adequate stockyards facilities near the finest cattle lands, and through the development of country-wide distributing machinery that assured a ready market at all times and all seasons, the breeding of fine, meat-producing animals was made possible.
And because those parts of the animal that once were wasted are now converted into valuable by-products, the large packer is enabled to sell this better beef, dressed, for less than is paid for the animal on the hoof.
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roundings. Folder and rates on application. water. Central dining-room. Golf within
Illustrated booklet. L.T. CLAWSON, Prop. W. B. Stubbs, Norece Co., 114 W.79th St., N.Y. NORFOLK INN
easy reach; garage. Boating, bathing,
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adjoining Judson Memorial Church. Rooms ful climate. Garage and all improvements. Booklet. J. LEWIS YORK, Prop.
THE “ BIRD VILLAGE"
with and without bath. Rates $2.50 per day, HENRY R. SWEET, Prop., Norfolk, Conn.
is a place of unusual charm for people who
including meals. Special rates for two weeks
or more. Location very central. Convenient
desire a restful vacation and for those in- to all elevated and street car lines. MAINE
terested in nature study, especially birds.
July 2nd sit to $21 a week."J. 6. cook, Manager.
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and COTTAGES THOMAS E. HAZELL, Summit, N. J.
IN THE ADIRONDACKS water sports may be
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titude 1,800 ft. Extensive Music, Dancing. the White Mountains while they breathe the
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or wire or write for fishing, climbing, driving, dancing Whole
their favorite sports. Golf (no charge), tennis, Fresh dairy products and vegetables. Two
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bles. Fine dairy. Furnished cottages, all im
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On Pine Lake. Includes 500 acres of wildThwing's Camp
Park est Adirondack Mountains. Hunting, fishing,
gwimming, canoeing, tennis. Saddle horses. on shore of island, beautifully watered and
Situated near the ocean and accessible to all Tramps to surrounding mountain peaks, Lake wooded. Cottages furnished complete with all
Beautiful drives. 'Booklet. W. J. Simpson. points of interest. First class Family Hotel. George and Lake Champlain. Dancing. Exconveniences. Central dining cabin with ex
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breezy piazza. HARRY DUFFIELD, Prop. tents $14 and $16. Private parties entirely tainment 8. Fine fishing, boating and bathing.
isolated. References required. Manager, 6. D. For information address
ROBINSON, 101 W. 85th St., New York City. FRANCIS D. THWING, Belgrade Lakes, Me.
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Right on the beach. Every room ocean view. THE CRATER CLUB Dom.e-of-the-Rock Cottages
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A quiet, restful, refined, homelike family the most homelike hotels in the world. hotel of 100 rooms. Surt and still water bath
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on-Lake Champlain, offers to families of re Among the balsam firs on the cliffs of Penob OT-Costello
mond our booklet máiled a
finement at very moderate rates the attracscot Bay. Fully furnished for housekeeping.
tions of a beautiful lake shore in a locality Four to five hundred dollars a season.
with a remarkable record for healthfulness.
THE WARREN The club affords an excellent plain table and
accommodation. The boating is safe, there are
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SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J. interest in the Adirondacks are easily access
A house that's different" in its fine appoint- ible. Ref. required. For information relative Inexpensive summer colony. Inn, tents, cot
ments, unusual and artistic decorations, tages. Select patronage. Booklets givefull par
to board and lodging address Miss MARGARET
Sur ticulars. Prof.S.B. KNOWLTON, Haverford, Pa.
homelike atmosphere and service.
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ing cares. Circular
and particulars on applica
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NEW YORK CITY tude. Charming scenery; pleasant walks and
LMHURST COTTAGE, St. Huberts P.O., N.Y.
Opened June 1. Spring water, good table. drives. All improvements. Fresh dairy prod- connecting rooms. Tennis court. Table a
* mile from Ausable Club House. $2.50 and $3 ucts, poultry, vegetables and fruit from farm. special feature. Booklet. W. F. OSBORNE.
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with lung trouble. Mrs. R. E. WINCH, Mgr. the Inn. For terms address E. S. DOUGLAS. If You Are Tired or Not Feeling Well
of the Y. W. C. A.
Interbrook Lodge and Cottages
A homelike hotel for self-supporting in the woods. Canoes, fishing, tennís. Tents,
women. Single rooms $1.00 per night. Dou
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ble rooms (2 beds) $1.40 per night. Restau.
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rant open to all women. Send for circular.
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and Lake Parlin House cAMPS It affords all the comforts of home without
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MEYER, Lake Pleasant, Hamilton Co., N. Y. A camp for
and be within easy reach of social and dra
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Room and bath $3.50 per day with meals, or On Great South Bay, Bellport, L. I. ing, indoor dressing-rooms; modern sanita- Marthas Vineyard I N N 52.00 per day without meals.
Cool, comfortable, charming Family resort. tion. Rates $15-$20 per week. Miss MOODY,
Illustrated Booklet gladly sent upon Table supplied from own farm. Sports16 Montview St., West Roxbury, Mass.
Illustrated Booklet. T. H. CHIRG WIN.
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Tours and Travel
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Boothbay Harbor, Me. For Sale or To Rent,
10 rooms, all modern improvements.
, F. P. Dwyer, 1270 Broadway, New York
G. Lyman Snow, 114 Federal St., Boston, Mass. A.B.Chown, 506 Park Bldg., Pittsburgh
Heartsease. An attractively located village house with privileges of the Crater Club to rent for $250 for the season. Opet nished. J. B. Burnham, 233 Broadway, XL
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An attractive house, tine view of lake and Party owning camp in Canadian Rockies, day mountains. Eight bedrooms, two bathrooms; from Alaskan Boundary, has vacancies in
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Open All Year
your money whenever
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FOR SALE The summer and autumn residence and farm of 610 acres of the late Colonel Francis L. Leland, known as Boulder
Grange, located at Becket, Mass. In the heart of the famous Berkshire Hill region. The residence is handsomely and completely furnished and is being occupied now by the Colonel Leland legatee. The farm is stocked with cattle and poultry, and well equipped with tools, machinery, etc. ; is also planted Full particulars will be furnished, ani the place can be seen by application 10
H. A. BIDWELL, Becket, Mass.
An Ideal Summer Home for 400 Guests
Sold in denominations of
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CAPE Ballston Beach Bungalows
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The Leading Hotel of
6 large rooms, piazza, fireplace. Fine bathing
White Mountains and
NEWFANE INN, Newfane, Vt.
In the beautiful West River Valley, surrounded by Green Mts., 1,600 feet altitude, with cooling breezes. Fishing in mountain streams. On main auto route. Autos to rent and good livery. All improvements. Excellent table. Booklet. E. A. WHITCOMB, Prop. Winter, Longwood Hotel, Longwood, Fla.
“ The Dorms,” Poultney, Vt. Three modern buildings with all improvements, located in beautiful village in Green Mts. Fresh milk, fruits, and vegetables from farm. Attractive walks and drives. Mountain climbing,
Box 0, Poultney, Vt.
(Niagara Falls), on
Comfortable, homelike surround-
Sanford Hall Flushing New York
Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
tion, Nutrition and Elimination.
All meals privately served.
Dr. Reeves' Sanitarium
care. Harriet E. Reeves, M.D., Melrose, Mass.
LINDEN|The Ideal Place for Sick
People to Get Well
Doylestown, Pa. An institution devoted to
the personal study and specialized treat
ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity, Travel Department
Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular to
ROBERT LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D.
NEW JERSEY FOR SALE New York, in ball New Jersey, 48 acres, half cleared, brook, 7-room bungalow, usual outbuildings. Telephone. 2 mails daily. Attractive home has wonderful colony
development posaiti ities. Furnished if desired. 8,949, Outlook.
Furnished, at Palenville, N. I. Attractive 12-room cottage. 2 baths, elee tricity. Garage. Excellent location ou private estate. Near Country Club with golf
, tenie swimming pool. Reasonable. For illustrated booklet address HIGHLAND ESTATE, Palenville
Kenosha, Wisconsin Finest Health Resort and Sanitarium on Lake Mich., in 100-acre park. Moderate rates. Booklet.
Apartments Unusual FurnisheshaApartment street, convenient to station. References. TYLER, 7 Lenox Ave., East Orange, N. J. Personally Investigated Room apartment list. EVELINO TRIPP, 416 West Lleth St. Office hours 10-2. Morningside 3502.