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NEW YORK 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. For sale. Cottage, Saltaire, Fire Island Beach,

L.I. 8 rooms, completely furnished,screened porches, all improvements. Terms reasonable. Would exchange for country property. Address 8., 17 Rutland Road, Brooklyn, N. Y.

furnished, fourteen rooms and baths, modern improvements. Approximately ten acres ; fine old trees, orchards, seeded garden. On park-like estate, with stables and garage. 20 ininutes from New York and 5 minutes from railroad station. Executor, 8,507, Outlook.




SITUATIONS WANTED THE Ray Adding and Checking Machine Teachers and Covernesses Companions and Domestic Helpers deserves its leadership, being America's stand

TRAINED nurse, summer in girls' camp,

WANTED, by reliable, trained woman, ard popular priced adding machine. Built like with board and traveling expenses paid, for

position as attendant or companion for elderly a watch. Guaranteed three years. Portable, adds with speed and accuracy. Used by U.S. one half hour's duty daily. 5,871, Outlook.

person or invalid. Also the mentally deficient

Would travel. References. 5,887, Outlook. Govt., B. &0. Ry., large and small business

WANTED-Competent teachers for public everywhere. Price only $25. Send no money, and private schools and colleges. Send for but COMPANION or secretary, travel and man but write to day for 20-day free trial. The letin. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N.Y.

age, English, several years' reference. Mine Ray Company, Room 2148, Candler Bldg., CALIFORNIA needs teachers with gradu.

Bray, 6 Vandeventer Place, St. Louis, Mo. New York City.

ate study. Consult Boynton-Esterly Teachers' Teachers and Covernesses Agency, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cal.


DIETITIAN, $85; housekeepers colleges, hospitals, $75, governesses, nurses; companion,

summer position. Tutoring, chaperoning,

5,869, Outlook.
FOR sale, in Washington, D.C. A well es-

$30 week. Hopkins' Educational Agency, 507
tablished private school. Splendid patronage,
Fifth Ave.

GRADUATE teacher, with experience, de

sires position in school for defectives. Excel good enrollment for next year. Washington's

lent reference, 5,867, Outlook. increased population increases school deinand

SITUATIONS WANTED proportionately. Address Madam Suzamme,

PROFICIENT, experienced teacher of P. 0. Box No. 1,281.

music and expression, with special knowledge Business Situations

of gymnastics and games, desires positiou EDUCATED, athletic young woman with influence to secure 10-20 children 6-12 years

BY woman of culture with literary qualifi- Sept., 1918. Highest references. 5,873, Outloos. old for new beautifully located camp on Lake

cations, position as librarian in small town or TEACHER, refined, well educated, desires Champlain. Excellent salary. B., 250 College

village. Best references. Card index method summer engagement. Athletic. Can tutor

in library work. 5,880, Outlook. St., Burlington, Vt.

and supervise children's play. Clerical post WANTED-Executive position in agricul tion considered. 5,879, Outlook.

tural work by woman widely experienced in EXPERIENCED teacher of backward chil HELP WANTED

general farming, gardening, greenhouse work, dren will take limited number of girls in ber and teaching. 5,878, Outlook.

home. New York City and country. Entire Companions and Domestic Helpers Companions and Domestic Helpers

and instruction. References. 5,882,

WANTED—Young woman of refinement as
mother's assistant. Experience not necessary.

BARNARD senior desires summer position PROFICIENT, experienced teacher of
Box 15, South Windsor, Conn.
in private family as companion to one or two Spanish desires suminer engagement. 48,

WANTED-Useful maid, French preferred,

young girls. Experienced in outdoor sports.

Willing to travel. References. 5,847, Outlook. to take oversight of two little girls, nine and

TUTOR wishes position for next year. 5,834, WANTED)--Position by college girl during Outlook. five, and to do small repair work in sewing. Must be willing to travel some. If able to give summer. 5,863, Outlook.

COLLEGE graduate, high school teacher, some instruction in vacation time, it would

COLLEGE girl desires position for sum- desires position as teacher-companion in pri be well. Address in own handwriting, Dr. mer. 5,872, Outlook.

vate fainily for summer. References. 5,883, Huntington, 216 Central St., Springfield, Mass. WOMAN of refinement and education with Outlook.

MATRONS, governesses, mothers' helpers, daughter thirteen desires position as house- FRENCH lady of education and refinement
cafeteria managers, dietitians. Miss Richards, keeper; experienced in own home with three who has taught in leading schools for many
537 Howard Building, Providence. Boston, to five servants. Also prepared for secretarial years desires for suinmer position with refined
16 Jackson Hall, Trinity Court, Thursdays,
work. 5,874, Outlook.

family (110 children) to teach and practice 11 to 1.

WANTED-Changeof work. Graduatemurse French in return for home and expenses. No WANTED-Nurse or nursery governess of of experience desires position as cornpanion ;

salary. Can act as chaperon. Willing to travel. excellent character and refinement for care

care of chronic invalid or elderly lady. Prac 5.825, Outlook.
of little girl four years old. Best of references

tical, generally useful. 5,865, Outlook.
required. 5,844, Outlook.
WANTED, by educated and refined couple,

WANTED-Experienced baby murse for care of an estate, or as secretary, etc., and
care of nineteen months old child. References housekeeper. Highest credentials. 5,868, PATRIOTISM by Lyman Abbott, also 4
required. Attractive salary. Reply 5,884,

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COMPANION-Young lady who speaks 2 verses of The Star-Spangled Bamer, all in a

French perfectly, to family or lady who care little leaflet. Further the cause of patriotism Teachers and Covernesses

for art, music, traveling. Willing to stay in by distributing in your letters, in Jay enreb WANTED--Principal and assistant for in- country or go South. 5,88.3, Outlook.

opes, in schools, churches, clubs, and somial terinediate department of private school for WANTED-Position for September as gatherings. 20 sent prepaid for 30 cuts. girls in the Southwest. Eastern training and house-mother, chaperon, hostess in girls'

Arthur M. Morse, Montclair, N. J. guccessful experience required. Also resident school, competent, with 3 years in last posi- MOTHERLESS or delicate child, infant. teacher of French and Spanish. Send full in- tion. References. 5,889, Outlook.

will receive best of care in trainel nurse's formation to 5,830, Outlook.

GENTLEWOMAN, versatile writing, type

hoine for summer months or longer. Moderate FRENCH nursery governess for two young writing, remodeling dresses. Domestic inter- terms, references. 5,886, Outlook. children in suburb of New York. Pleasant est. Home, friendliness, chief consideration. WANTED—Defective persons to board. home and good salary assured. 5,875, Outlook. Upright, 5,890, Outlook.

Address W., Pawling, N. Y.


Richfield Springs, N.Y.

Large, comfortable furnished house, 20 rooms, wide verandas; eight acres orchard, garden planted ; large covered veranda off second floor; all modern conveniences; complete carriage house; gardener's cottage; icehouse filled with ice; residence adjoins golf links and commands beautiful view ; fine drives in surrounding country; about a mile from lake. Apply to Judson F. Stone, Agt., Chicago Stock Exchange Building, Chicago, Ill.

Manchester, Yt. For sale or rent (furnished),

unique combination of comfortable summer home, convenient to fine golf course, and first class farm with 100 acres, farm buildings, milk route, etc. W. B. Edgerton, Manchester, Vt.


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any resources we have or any ordinary private corporation Against the other and more dangerous kind of poison has at its disposal. gas there is also need of protection.

But the suggestions come in to us with almost every mail That is why we call the article by William T. Ellis in that this article ought to be distributed to our soldiers. The Outlook for April 24 “Mr. Ellis's Gas Mask.” It is A reader, for instance, writes concerning this article, a mental mask.

** Gassing” the World's Mind' strikes me as noteworthy, Some of our readers have been so impressed by it that both for fathers and sons to read. I wish I might have it in they have asked us whether it cannot be widely distributed. pamphlet form for wide circulation." Another reader writes: A distinguished American musician, whose public spirit is “So noble and uplifting and altogether helpful is this letter as well known as his artistic attainments, writes in a per- that I, in company with many others who have been prosonal letter to us :

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to have this brought to the proper authorities-- who are in your last issue written by Mr. William T. Ellis entitled “* • Gassing'

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The Outlook

Copyright, 1918, by The Outlook Compar TABLE OF CONTENTS Vol. 119

May 15, 1918 No. 3


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An Announcement...

91 Airplanes and Guns-Where Are They? 91 Steering Austria Among the Rocks... 91 Our Friends from Austria-Hungary.... Is There a New German Peace Offensive ? 92 German Aggression in the Ukraine..... 92 The American Army and Navy.... 92 A Larger Army...


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Go Without Wheat Entirely If You Can 94
Cartoons of the Week..

The Erie Canal....

96 The Importance of Play...

96 Less Loafing....

97 Hoboes and the Idle Rich

97 The Piggery Plan...

97 The Minor Minerals..

98 The Road of Silence..

The Magnitude of the Meat Industry.... 98
" To Love is to Hate".

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Meditation at Dusk.

Training for Boys Under Military Age.. 100
How They Went Away..

Special Correspondence by William E. Brooks
The Beast's Head...

Special Correspondence from France
The Tragedy of Finland...

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Heart's Allegiance..

By Gino C. Speranza, Special Correspondent

of The Outlook in Italy
Training Young America..

By Charles Keen Taylor
Current Events lliustrated..

The Shadow of Silence (Poem).

By Harold T. Pulsifer
Knoll Papers : Hampton Revisited..... 114

By Lyman Abbott
Weekly Outline Study of Current History 116

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Patriotic Indians....

By Keene Abbott
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