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EXPERIENCED French woman wants BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
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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
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cations, position as librarian in small town or TEACHER, refined, well educated, desires Champlain. Excellent salary. B., 250 College
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tural work by woman widely experienced in EXPERIENCED teacher of backward chil HELP WANTED
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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.
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MATRONS, governesses, mothers' helpers, daughter thirteen desires position as house- FRENCH lady of education and refinement
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.
tical, generally useful. 5,865, Outlook.
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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'
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will receive best of care in trainel nurse's formation to 5,830, Outlook.
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MR. ELLIS'S GAS MASK: Designed to Fit Any American Mind
There is something more dangerous than the poison gas which the Germans direct against the lungs of the Allied soldiers at the front. It is the poison gas which the Germans are directing against the minds of all the people of the world
To provide against the poison gas at the front there is in of an organization for distribution that is quite beyond use what everybody knows as a “gas mask.”
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 :
foundly stirred by this article, have been moved to ask you My wife and I are both more than enthusiastic about the letter in
to have this brought to the proper authorities-- who are in your last issue written by Mr. William T. Ellis entitled “* • Gassing'
Washington, I suppose--to see that this letter in some way the World's Mind.” We think it is by far the best thing that has
be sent to our men at the front.” Still another reader writes: been said, and so helpful to any young man that we hope you may be able to finance the reprinting of copies sufficient to send to each
I have just been realing ** Gassing' the World's Mind" in The and every one of the soldiers now in France and in training in this
Outlook for April 24. It ought to be in the hands of every one of our country. We sent the article on at once to our son, who is a fresh
boys in the trenches. Can it not be printed as a pamphlet for distribution among onr boys here and over there. The tone is so manly,
so sensible, so characteristic of the best in America, it is so free We wish we could finance such an undertaking. It would
from cant or slush, that it cannot fail to appeal to American men. take a good many thousands of dollars and the building up
I would have it printed myself if I could afford it.
“GASSING' THE WORLD'S MIND”: What a Father Told His Son
BY WILLIAM T. ELLIS
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Copyright, 1918, by The Outlook Compar TABLE OF CONTENTS Vol. 119
May 15, 1918 No. 3
Humor Romance Adventure Conquest
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...
BY JOHN AMES MITCHELL
The Health Machine
5 to 10 Minutes a Day
93 Holding Back the Huns .
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..
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