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THE HORN AND THE

PEDESTRIAN CAs glad to see in your issue of Sepember 22 an item voicing an idea h I have long entertained, which is

the automobile horn is out of its er sphere when used to warn pedesis to get out of the way, ccording to all law and precedent, on ind land, it is the duty of the stronger ke care of the weaker. atil the automobile made its appear

there was never a question at that pedestrian had the right of way on the it. Why should this law be nullified, at such a cost? hen the autoist sounds his horn for pedestrian to clear the way, he is doing isely what the ancient kings used to hen they sent their criers before them, ting, “ Make way, make way for his esty,” and enforcing their demands whip or staff. The autoist doesn't his crier before him, but he sounds horn and merely kills or maims those

are not active enough to get out of vay. he principal use of the horn, it seems ne, should be to signal other cars. If iutoist is about to pass another vehicle g in the same direction, let him sound distinct blast ; if about to turn a corner he right, let him sound two blasts. If s to turn a corner to the left, he will Id three blasts, and if about to slow up op he gives four blasts. his method would, it seems to me, be a improvement over the present method <tending the hand to indicate that the ist is about to do something. Espey would this be true with closed cars, with any car when it is dark. he only thing which will stop the ghter of the innocents is to stop the of the horn to warn foot travelers to out of the way, while the autoist takes mely and adequate measures for their Ey if they do not. at the case squarely up to the autoist the foot traveler is absolutely within rights when he crosses the street, as as when, if there is no sidewalk, he s in the street. ll this is not because I am an autoile hater, for I have been driving one st every day for the last sixteen years, find it most certainly indispensable in

JOHN J. SHAW. mouth, Massachusetts.

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MORTALIZING CHICAGO’S

MIDWAY

BY ROBERT H. MOULTON

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(Continued) mental bridges, while on the higher ground on each side will stand statues of the world's greatest idealists.

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Know one foreign country and know it well. See what modern Japan has to offer you in trade, travel, art, literature or other phases of human endeavor. Let us look beyond our own boundaries!

The Japan Society, an Association of Americans founded in 1907, is endeavoring to make it easy for all to secure authentic information about Japan.

Go to your public library. Read“ The Japanese Nation" by Nitobe, “Modern Japan" by Clarke, and "Have We a Far Eastern Policy ?" by Sher-, rill. These books give the busy man a background of modern Japan. Your local library undoubtedly has other standard volumes.

FIGURE OF "TIME" IN THE FOUNTAIN OF

TIME, BY LORADO TAFT

infancy and withered figures of age. There is a suggestion of joyous onward movement in this procession and of the splendor and pageantry which life has achieved since that first day of creation, which the other fountain, “ Creation,” will celebrate. Eighty-nine separate figures compose the human procession in the “ Fountain of Time."

Ask the librarian for the Society's bulletins and pamphlets giving the views of Thomas W. Lamont, Frank A. Vanderlip, Henry W. Taft, Darwin P. Kingsley, Lewis L. Clarke and other Americanskeen observers of Japan today.

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HEN we bought Glacier National Park

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The Blackfeet have twice received from the Government the nucleus of a herd of cattle. Although their reservation has frost practically the year around, it normally affords good grazing land, and their natural instinct for cattle raising has been encouraged by the Government. The first herd of cattle was lost to them when, at the advice of the agent, the whole tribe sent both cattle and horses to winter in the eastern part of the reservation. There were neglected fences, and in the spring not one head of live stock came back. Later skins bearing their brands appeared in Chicago packing-houses.

The second herd, given them somewhat later, has likewise been lost, this time because of three years' of drought followed by the severity of last winter. This sum

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Drought left him without hay last winer, and he was ignorant how to shelter his carving cattle from the extreme weather. Those that had survived the drought died f exposure. The tribe, left without work, ithout food, without adequate shelter, windled until there are not fifteen hunred in all three of its branches. Pneubonia, trachoma, and tuberculosis found bem without blankets, without medicines, -ithout nurses.

Without question, the Blackfoot needs mmediate help or this winter will be more ragic than the last. Nothing but a child efore our civilization, he is dependent on ur care and generosity. He needs blankets, ld clothes, food, medicines, and nurses. He watches the mails for gifts from his ew white friends. He needs them despertely. Three months from now will be too ate, for already the first bitter frosts have eached him, and without aid he cannot survive another winter.

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MIDDLE-aged gentlewoman for companion to elderly lady or semi-invalid. 9,117, Outlook.

COMPANION or governess by well educated young lady experienced iú managing home and servants. Highest references. 9,121, Outlook.

GRADUATE nurse desires position in California or Florida. References. 9,129, Outlook.

YOUNG woman of refinement wishes position as nurse or companion with people going either southern California or Florida. References. Address Miss M. Green, Back Bay P. O., Boston General Delivery.

POSITION by young lady as traveling companion, traveled extensively, or position as mother's helper to some one going South or West. Fond of children. Permanent position. 9,126, Outlook.

Teachers and Covernesses FRENCHWOMAN, 41, married, offers services for passage to Europe. Déjoux, Cornwallville, N. Y.

YOUNG American gentlewoman as teacher of art in private school or college (European training) or as secretary. Speaks Freuch. 9,090, Outlook.

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TO PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL. Cadillac, seven- passenger suburban sedan completely rebuilt last June, just out of paint shop. Owner prepared to give unqualified guarantee that the car is in perfect me chanical condition. An opportunity to piu' chase one of the compauy's best models, which has been thoroughly tried out, and every fault eradicated. H. B. Wilcox, 39 E. 75th St., New York.

SHAWNEE, Oklalioma. A growing city. A good place to live. Write for information, Board of Commerce, Shawnee, Okla.

CHILDREN given kindergarten advantages. Summer New England home, winter New York apartment. 9,150, Outlook.

EXPERIENCED mother offers to little girl comfortable suburban home two hours. from New York. Opportunity. Compensation reasonable. 9,131, Outlook.

VISITING READER, one hour or more, in New York, 9,154, Outlook.

TO young women desiring training in obstetrical nursing a thorough course of one year is offered by the Lying-in Hospital, Second Ave. and 17th St., New York. Monthly allowance and inaintenance. For further information address Directress of Nursey.

MISS Guthman, New York shopper, will send things on approval. No samples. References. 309 West 99th St.

GRAPHOLOGY. Interesting character study. Complete analysis of handwriting made for $5. 9,063, Outlook.

YOUNG BOY.-Spezialist with boys will. asgune responsibility for live youngster. Northern lake city, much outdoor life. 9,079, Outlook.

OWNER of comfortable bungalow in the Oranges will exchange 2 rooms and bath, rent, heat, and light free, for care of bungalow, with reasonable arrangement as to meals. Married couple preferred. Best references required. 9,123, Outlook.

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED, to take child in refined, loving, Christian home 120 miles from New York. Best of care. Reasonable remuneration. 9,118, Outlook.

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