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CALIFORNIA and FLORIDA Tours
January 15th, S. S. Ulua; February 19th, S. S. Toloa, of the Great White Fleet. These new steamers, built for cruising in the tropics, offer the comforts of an ocean liner. Visiting Havana, Santiago, Port Antonio, Kingston, Cristobal, Panama Canal, Port Limon, San Jose and Havana.
Honolulu, Japan, Manchuria, North and South China and the Philippine Islands. Sailing from Vancouver January 13; from San Francisco January 24, February 5 and 20, March 16, April 2 and 30, May 28 and June 25; from Seattle March 11. Small parties under personal escort. Write for details.
Conducted tours leaving each week from the middle of January throughout the winter to California and Florida. Stopover privilege enabling individuals to return independently or with a later tour. Write for details.
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YONKERS, NEW YORK
Registered in New York State, offers a 2 years' course as general training to refined, educated women. Require ments one year high school or its equivalent. Apply to the Directress of Nurses, Yonkers, New York.
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Registered. The Rhode Island Hospital, beautifully located in a spacious park of twenty-five acres, accommodating five hundred patients, offers exceptional advantages for training in all departments. Three-year course. Educational re quirements-two years' High School or equivalent. Modern Nurses' Home with attractive living conditions, thoroughly equipped laboratories, lecture and demonstration rooms, Allowance reading-room, library and recreation room. ample to cover personal expenses. For information apply to Superintendent of Training School, Rhode Island Hospital Providence, R. I.
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We want to see the best cartoons published your local and the most interestpapers, ing and newsy pictures you may own. Read carefully the coupons below for conditions governing payment. Then fill in the coupon, paste it on the back of the cartoon or print, and mail to us.
THE EDITORS OF THE OUTCOOK
To the Photograph Editor of The Outlook:
The attached photograph is the property of the undersigned and is submitted for publication in The Outlook. Postage is enclosed for its return if unavailable. It is my understanding that The Outlook agrees to pay $3 for this photograph if reproduced as a halfpage cut, or smaller, and $5 if reproduced in larger size than a half page. The enclosed brief account of the object or event depicted you may use as you see fit.
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If this particular clipping is selected for reproduction in The Outlook, I will accept One Dollar as payment in full for my service in bringing it to your attention. I agree that if it is not used it will not be returned nor its receipt acknowledged.
TERENCE, THE MAN
BY LOUISE AYRES GARNETT
Up from the body of Terence, deep buried, The quicken-tree blossoms with fire on its boughs,
And Heaven, with glad hospitality, opens The welcoming doorway, her Terence to
He'll walk into Heaven and all the young angels
Will slip off their sandals as fast as they
And bare their bright heads as they take off their halos
To him who has come to them, Terence, the man.
Oh, he'll walk into Heaven, Saint Michael will meet him,
Will greet him with splendor, salute with his sword;
But Brigid, Saint Brigid, will scarce say good-morrow,
So busy she'll be with his bed and his board.
'Sure, darlin', you're weary," she'll breathe like a crooning.
'Lie down here and rest on the bank of the stream,
And Brigid will stir you a bit of fine supping,
As hot as your spirit, as rich as your dream."
Terence says no, and he turns him away from her,
Fires of denial still fierce in his soul,
But Brigid, Saint Brigid, she speaks to him tenderly,
Cooling the broth she has dipped in his bowl.
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THE OUTLOOK. November 17, 1920. Volume 126, Number 12. Published weekly by the Outlook Company at 381 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Subscription price $5.00 a year. Entered as second-class matter. July 21. 1893. at the Post Office at New York, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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There is no other institution or agency'doing so much for writers, young or old. The universities recognize this, for over one hundred members of the English faculties of higher institutions are studying in our Literary Department. The editors recognize it, for they are constantly recommending our courses.
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TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR NURSES St. John's Riverside Hospital Training School for Nurses
YONKERS, NEW YORK Registered in New York State, offers a 2 years' course as general training to refined, educated women. Require ments one year high school or its equivalent. Apply to the Directress of Nurses, Yonkers, New York.
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OUISE AYRES GARNETT is a dramatist, composer, and poet whose se has frequently appeared in The tlook in recent months. Her poems ch we have published, written in gro dialect, have called forth much orable comment from our readers. the present issue she turns from the erican Negro to Ireland's martyr. e are not at all sure (as those who e followed our editorial discussion che Irish question may easily guess) t we agree with Mrs. Garnett's pozal views on this subject, but we ld not resist the appeal of her deiption of Terence's entrance into ven. Mrs. Garnett lives in Evans, Illinois.
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