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Novels of Distinction

BOOKS FOR GIFTS

THE CAPTIVES

Hugh Walpole Author of THE SECRET CITY, JEREMY, FORTITUDE, Etc. Mr. Walpole's most ambitious novel of English life.

$2.00

LADY LILITH

Stephen McKenna A heroine fully as daring, as unconventional as SONIA

$2.00

Coningsby Dawson's hristmas Romance "HE LITTLE HOUSE y CONINGSBY DAWSON athor of "The Garden Without Walls,Carry On,etc.

Third Edition. Beautifully illustrated, $1.50 " Has a charm as elusive as the appealing quality at won so many followers for Maude Adams.

-New York Times. “Really a Christmas story-and a very delightful nd charming one."--The Oritlook.

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THE LAW OF THE AIR

(Continued) nautical enterprises, and ultimately produce a service

that in peace will aid commerce, both National and international, and in war or other National necessity make available with little expense a most valuable trained personnel, with an air force which can quickly be made ready for use.

When one considers the enormous sums spent on preparation for military aeronautical use in the Great War, it would appear to be the part of wisdom to take advantage of the knowledge gained by failures as well as successes.

Man's use of the air from now on will constantly increase, both for commercial and military uses, and it is the duty of the citizen to see that the greatest protection be provided as quickly as possible both for “the man on the ground” and “the man in the air.”

It would appear that the best legislation would be based on the 6 Common Welfare? and “ Commerce clauses of the Constitution, enacted into laws for the air on lines similar to the laws that govern the control of navigable rivers. It is hoped that these laws, when put into operation, will permit aviators to comply with the “ laws of the air” without being even by legal theory “trespassers and nui

WOUNDED SOULS

Philip Gibbs A great novel of men and women today by the famous war correspondent. $2.00

THE EVE OF PASCUA Richard Dehan “ The work not only of a born story-teller, but of an artist."-Weekly Review. $1.90

augh With Leacock VINSOME VINNIE and Other JEW NONSENSE NOVELS -y STEPHEN LEACOCK uthor of Nonsense Novels,he Beyond,

Cloth, $1.75 A merry collection of new burlesque novels by merica's greatest living humorist.

A TALE THAT IS TOLD Frederick Niven

To all those to whom Walpole, Galsworthy, Swinnerton, Bennett and others of the realists appeal we strongly recommend this unusual novel.

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THE SUMMONS

A. E. W. Mason A romance by the author of THE FOUR FEATHERS. “Intricate and often dramatic in plot.”—New York Times.

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The Most Vital Novel of 1920
CHILDREN
OF STORM
y IDA A. R. WYLIE
luthor of Towards Morning,
etc.

Second Edition. Cloth, $2.00 A novel of great vision, dealing with a new conflict -between love and labor-a conflict every man and very woman may soon have to face. A wonderful ove story.

NIGHT AND DAY

Virginia Woolf Author of THE VOYAGE OUT. Has anyone ever given us such a psychology of love ? One thinks of Meredith.” – New Commonwealth.

$2.25

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ELI OF THE DOWNS C. M. A. Peake

“A first book so good that many a seasoned novelist, no doubt, would be proud to be its author.”—America.

$2.00

RESPONSIBILITY James E. Agate

An unusual and memorable novel. “A very rich book.”– New York Tribune. $2.00

Anatole France's Latest Book
LITTLE PIERRE
By ANATOLE FRANCE
Translated by J. Lewis May

8vo. Cloth, $2.50 This is the great French master's latest book. It is

worthy_sequel of “Pierre Noziere” and My "riend's Book”-a delightful mixture of tales, witty atire and philosophy.

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Adventures With Pen and Pencil
TALES OF
A VANISHING RIVER
By EARL H. REED
Author of The Dune Country,"

etc. With 14 Full-Page Illustrations by the Author. 8vo.

Cloth, $3.00 The background of this collection of delightful tories is the country through which flowed one of Che most picturesque of our Western rivers (the Kansakee) before its destruction as a natural waterway.

THE INSANE IN THE NEAR

EAST I

is not very many years, as world hisunbalanced were treated like brute animals in western Europe, and even in Great Britain. One of the great achievements of modern civilization is the extraordinary progress which has been made in the care and cure of the mentally sick. But in the Orient and the Near East the mediæval attitude towards the insane still prevails. One of the fine pieces of work which Americans are doing for their fellows of the Near East is to help them take proper care of their insane, and a unique agency in this good work is the Lebanon Hospital for Mental Diseases. For that reason we are especially glad to print the following appeal which we have received from the Treasurer of the American Committee of this hospital, Mr. Henry W. Jessup, a well-known member of the New York Bar:

The Lebanon Hospital for Mental Diseases, on the slopes of the Lebanon, above Beirût, weathered the war, but suffered considerable wear and tear by the German and Turkish elements during the long blockade of Syria, and its equipment was greatly run down and depreciated. Its buildings absolutely require immediate repair and its water system must be completely reorganized. All the water for the hospital, laundry, and houses has to be carried and for long distances, and baths and scrubbing of floors have had to be reduced to a minimum, the lavatories flushed and cleaned by hand. A cyclone destroyed the water windmill, and a recent letter received stated that they had no water in the hospital for a fortnight.

The London Committee is attempting to raise a fund of $60,000. The New York Cominittee, of which Dr. Frederick Peterson is chairman, is attempting to raise of this amount $10,000.

The Syrians in Greater New York have

INVINCIBLE MINNIE

Elizabeth Sanxay Holding “ She is as inevitable as fate; she is sublime and sordid; ugly and yet strangely beautiful. One of the most interesting books I have read in years.”—Mary Roberts Rinehart. $2.00

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Advertising Rates : Hotels and Resorts, Apartments, Tours and Travel, Real Estate, etc., sixty cents per agate line, four columns to the page. Not less than four lines accepted. In calculating space required for an advertisement, count an average of six words to the line unless display type is desired.

Want" advertisements, under the various headings, “Board and Rooms," "Help Wanted,” etc., ten cents for each word or initial, including the address, for each insertion. The first word of each “ Want" advertisement is set in capital letters without additional charge. Other words may be set in capitale, if desired, at double rates. If answers are to be addressed in care of The Outlook, twenty-five cents is charged for the box number named in the advertisement. Replies will be forwarded by us to the advertiser and bill for postage rendered. Special beadings appropriate to the department may be arranged for on application.

Orders and copy for Classified Advertisements must be received with remittance ten days before the date of issue when it is intended the advertise inent shall first appear.

Address : ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, THE OUTLOOK, 381 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY

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Health Resorts

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Hotels and Resorts

MASSACHUSETTS If You Are Tired or Need a Change you cannot find a more comfortable place in

New England than
THE WELDON HOTEL
GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS

It affords all the comforts of
home without extravagance.

IN

TOURS SOUTH AMERICA Small Party, leaving Feb. 9th, 3 Months, Panama Canal, East and

West Coast and Across Andes.

SWITZERLAND

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Good Outside Rooms.

Hotel Le Marquis

CALIFORNIA 4 tours. Most Interesting Part by

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SAND WONDERS

will give you the rest and recreation which you are seeking, for the sports and innumerable pastimes in that gloriously beautiful, sunlit alpine land afford the acme of exhilarating exercise and healthful distraction.

NEW YORK CITY

Sanford Hall, est. 1841

Private Hospital

For Mental and Nervous Diseases 12 East 31st Street Comfortable, homelike surrondNew York

ings; modern methods of treatment

competent nurses. 15 acres of lam, Combines every convenience and home park, flower and vegetable gardens comfort, and commends itself to people of refinement wishing to live ou American Plan

Food the best. Write for booklet. and be within easy reach of social and dra- Sanford Hall Flushing New York matic centers. Rates with Illustrated Booklet gladly sent

Newfoundland, upon request. JOHN P. TOLSON.

New Jersey

A modern health HOTEL JUDSON 53. Washing- sort, delightful in autumn. Let us send you ton Square our booklet.

D. E. DRAKE, M.D. adjoining Judson Memorial Church. Rooms with and without bath. Rates $3.50 per day, including meals. Special rates for two weeks or more. Location very central. Convenient LINDEN|The Ideal Place for Sich to all elevated and street car lines.

Doylestown, Pa. An institutiou devoted to

People to Get Well NORTH CAROLINA

the personal study and specialized ties!
ment of the invalid. Massage, Electricity,
Hydrotherapy. Apply for circular i
Robert LIPPINCOTT WALTER, M.D.
(late of The Walter Sanitarium)

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Idylease Inn

Big international events

January and February.

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Write for Booklet, Specifying Tour
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EUROPE 1921

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The Bethesda White Plains

N. Y.

A private sanitarium for invalids and 200 NORTH CAROLINA who need care. Ideal surroundings. Address

for terms Alice Gates Bugbee, M.D. Tel. 211 Guests have returned year after year- not alone for ideal sport, but for the constant revival of The Adelaide Private Home happy memories, the renewal of old friendships.

for Incurables

and elderly people requiring care. Ada CAROLINA HOTEL now open

laide Corbett, 261 Lincoln Ave., Orange, NJ. GOLF-SHOOTING-RACING-MOTORING

Real Estate
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Delightful weather for December-

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like late Fall in New England.
For Reservations or Information address:

Farms 33 States-$10 to $100

. Stock,

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for big illustrated catalog. STROUT FAI LEONARD TUFTS, 282 Congress St., Boston

AGENCY, 150 B. M. Nassau St., New York City

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COPLEY CRAFT CHRISTMAS CARDS hand-colored, sent on approval. The line best known for its distinctive verses. Dis counts to those selling among friends Jessie

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When writing please mention Outlook." Sailing the end of January

Hotels and Resorts Later Tours to ITALY and

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The Ideal Winter Resort Write for further information to The Bureau of University Travel PRINCESS HOTEL 15 Boyd Street Newton, Mass.

BERMUDA
BENNETT'S TRAVEL BUREAU HOWE & TWOROGER, Managers
Thos Bennett & Sons, H. W. Dunning Co., Directly on the Harbor. Accommodates 400.
Established 1850
Established 1885

Open Dec. 6 to May 1.
California-Bermuda-West Indies
Japan-China Egypt-Palestine

Reached by Steamers of Furness Bermuda Line,

Whitehall St., N. Y.
SOUTH AMERICA
506 Fifth Ave., New York

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 200 Spreckels Building. San Francisco, Cal.

The HAMILTON

14th & K Sts.,

N. W. TRAVEL IN EUROPE

LADIES' PURE LINEN hand-embroidered On Camden Heights handkerchiefs on white or colored liners SOUTH CAROLINA

with colored threads interwoven forming the

borders. Six different patterns in_bos for OPEN JAN. TO MAY Christmas gift, $6. Order to-day. The Irish 18-hole Golf, Riding, Climate

Linen Company, Davenport, Iowa. T. EDMUND KRUMBHOLZ

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

INVENTIONS wanted. Cash or royalts for

ideas. Adam Fisher Mig. Co., 217, St.Lows. Ya Country Board

BOOKS, MAGAZINES
We Take Boarders
Winter and

MANUSCRIPTS

Summer and at present have room for two couples. BOOKS on pedigrees, genealogies and Ideal place for rest or recreation. Three miles from town. Splendid table fare, elec

coats-of-arms. Every Anglo-Saxon and Celtie

name. Kindly inquire for particulars. Chas tric lights and complete water system. Fires A. O'Connor, 21 Spruce St., New York City in each room and fuel furnished free. Five years' experience. Will be glad to give refer

STORIES, poems, plays, etc., are wanted to ences. For further information write to

publication. Submit MSS. or write Literan Mrs. EARLY OWEN, Zebulon, Ga.

Bureau, 325, Hannibal, Mo. WANTED- Adult Boarders FOR THE HOME on old-fashioned Virginia farm. Excellent DOMESTIC

SCIENCE correspondence table, conveniences. Delightful fall and winter courses. Good positions and home efficiency season. Shooting, riding, etc. 3,115, Outlook. Am. School Home Economics, Chicago.

WASHINGTON, D. C.
Superb routes
ART, LITERATURE

A Select Family and Transient Hotel
Splendid leaders HISTORY, FRENCH Ideal Location. Modern appointments
Satisfactory prices SPANISH, ITALIAN and Home like. Good table. American

plan. Rates reasonable: special rates for INTERCOLLEGIATE TOURS

a prolonged stay. Booklet. 65-A Franklin St., Boston, Mass.

IRVING O. BALL, Proprietor.

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ENO'S "FRUIT SALT"

THE INSANE OF THE NEAR EAST

(Continued) ledged themselves to raise $5,000 for a pharmacy, which is absolutely needed, and hey have alreaily raised $1,700 of this amount.

Dr. H. Watson Smith, the well-known Scotch alienist, who succeeded Dr. Waldneyer as the resident head of the hospital, although a British subject, stuck to his post hroughout the war, gained the respect and confidence of the local authorities, and housed not only the insane patients but many wounded soldiers.

The prices during the war were so high that, while drafts and promissory notes were honred, they were for amounts that, when satisfied after the war, completely depleted the treasury of the hospital.

Mr. Henry W. Jessup, of 55 Liberty Street, New York, is the Treasurer of the New York Committee, and appeal is made to the friends of this unique work, which alone meets the needs of that part of the world. It is additionally valuable in connection with the work of the medical department of the SyrianProtestant College in that it affords a practical clinic enabling medical students to learn and appreciate the value of modern methods of dealing with the insane.

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COAL PROTECTION FOR

THE CONSUMER

He consumer has shown his ability to

guard his interests along certain lines. 'here is no real hardship in wearing old othes and resoled shoes ; on the contrary, ne has real comfort in it. But there is one commodity in which ut little economizing is possible without ositive discomfort; that is coal. The proucer has us wholly at his mercy. This eing so, the sooner adequate Government apervision of the mines is established, the etter for the consumer. Let us make this lear to our Congressmen and Senators.

C. A. SHAW. Groton, Massachusetts.

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IMPORTANT TO

SUBSCRIBERS When you notify The Outlook of a change in your address, both the old and the new address should be given. Kindly write, if possible, two weeks before the change is to take effect.

A Very Agreeable Aperient

HEALTH

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Sales Agents: HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., Inc.,

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AT SALE

HELP WANTED Teachers and Covernesses TEACHERS WANTED, men and women, for all departments of colleges and schools. Immediate and future vacancies. The Interstate Teachers' Agency, 717 Macheca Builuing, New Orleans, La.

WANTED-Experienced English nursery governess to care for little girl six years old at Rochester, N. Y. Best references required. 9,196, Outlook.

HELP WANTED

Business Situations RAILWAY traffic inspectors earn_from 110 to $200 per month and expenses. Travel desired. Unlimited advancement. No age mit. We train you. Positious furnished under uarantee. Write for booklet CM27. Staudard -usiness Training Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.

WRITE photoplays: $25-$300 paid anyone or suitable ideas. Experience unnecessary;

unplete outline free. Producers League, 38, St. Louis. EMBROIDERERS on infants' silks and annels. Work sent out of town. Barringer,

East 31st St., New York City. Companions and Domestic Helpers WANTED-Young woman of refinement to are for three little children. Give references Eith reply. Mrs. John Petty, 431 W. Stafford St., Germantowu, Philadelphia, Pa. DIETITIANS, superintendents, cafeteria managers,

governesses, matrons, houseEeepers, social workers, and secretaries. Jiss Richards, Providence, last Side Box 5. Boston, Fridays, 11 to 1, '16 Jackson Hall, Trinity Court. Address Providence.

PLACEMENT BUREAU for employer und employee: housekeepers, matrons, governesses, secretaries, dietitians, attendants, nother's helpers. 51 Trowbridge St., Campridge, Mass.

Teachers and Covernesses WANTED-Competent teachers for public and private schools. Calle coming every day. Send for circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, Ihany, N. Y.

EMERGENCY vacancies in colleges and aniversities. American College Bureau, Walter gue (Ex-president Hedding College), 419 Vest 119th St., New York.

SITUATIONS WANTED

Business Situations COWPUNCHER and ex-soldier wishes position in the East for the winter. Can stand responsibility and meet any requirements. 9,220, Outlook.

MANAGER'S position in corporation with sufficient capital and wide market by man thirty-six; factory, sales, and executive training. Now manager and treasurer Massachusetts corporation. Replies considered confi. dentially. 2,009, Outlook.

REPRESENTATIVE-A famous trust company's "new business man" (Britisher), 26 years of age, world traveled, with excellent business and social connections in New York and especially Europe, possessing splendid record, desires to represent in London an American organization of standing. Enterprising concern in need of a first-class ambassador in Europe please communicate with 9,228, Outlook.

SOCIAL, community, executive work. Harvard doctor, philosophy, psychology, experienced ministerial, social, educational, executive lines, desires position. 9,235, Outlook.

STATISTICAL work by a young lady with experience. 9,243, Outlook.

SITUATIONS WANTED

SITUATIONS WANTED Business Situations

Teachers and Covernesses YOUNG lady, experienced, good appear- PROFESSOR of English, Western college, ance, Protestant, position as secretary. De

would accept suitable place, tutor or comsires to travel. Ardelle Rice, Box 407, Wood- panion, during his leave of absence beginning bury, N. J.

February first. 9,188, Outlook.
Companions and Domestic Helpers

TUTOR-companion. Young man, genial refined, fond of and

with boys

Athletic, well educated popular experience POSITION as companion, chaperon in girls' school, or managing housekeeper by Will travel. 9,244, Outlook. woman of refinement. 9,198, Outlook. MANAGING housekeeper for school or in

LANTERN SLIDES stitution wants position. 9,229, Outlook.

LADY of refinement would like to travel LANTERN slides made and colored. High with lady: No compensation, only expenses. est grade work. 25 years' experience. Edward Personal interview. Box 673, Freehold, N. J. Van Altena, 6 East 39th St., New York City.

COMPANION - housekeeper. Take entire charge of apartment or house. References.

WOMEN'S GOODS 9,237, Outlook.

CULTURED gentlewoman will act as visit- HEIRLOOM for sale.- Ten yaris real ing reader-companion or chaperon two or Chantilly lace flounemy, black, width fourthree hours a day. Highest credentials. teen inches. 9,242, Outlook. 9,238, Outlook. EFFICIENT managing housekeeper where

MISCELLANEOUS one maid is kept; widower preferred. Or companion for lady traveling alone. Personal interview. Box 673, Freehold, N. J.

MISS Guthman, New York shopper, will

send things on approval. No samples. ReferWANTED-Position as useful companion

ences. 309 West 99th St. with lady alone. Country prelerred. 9,247,

WOMAN writer desires pleasant home near Outlook.

city. Exchange: light duties or companions LADY, a Virginian, desires position as ship part time. 9,248, Outlook. companion for young woman or for elderly GRAPHOLOGY. Interesting character or invalid one in refined Christian home of

study.

Complete analysis of handwriwg means. Best of references given and asked.

inade for $5. 9,219, Outlook. Address Miss K., P. O. Box 117, Eastville, Va. CONVALESCENTS.-Trained nurse, own

POSITION by middle-aged lady of ability ing her own home in delightful climate, will as managing housekeeper or companion; care for few convalescents. Good food. good render; highest reference. M. S., 15 Pleasant rooms, well heated. Prices moderato. Maplewood St,, Malden, Mass.

Address P. O. Box 25, Red Hook, N. Y.

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OHN A. WET

ZEL, with his article in this issue, makes his débuta a contributor to “big league” peri odicals. He is a practicing archi tect, a member of the American In stitute of Archi

tects, and is a first lieutenant in the Officers' Reserve Corps. He lives in Bedford Hills, New York. ON Hugh Walpole's recent trip to

America he discovered NEWTON A. FUESSLE, who contributes to this issue “A Challenge from the Easy Chair.” In a critical article in a recent issue of the “ Yale Review” the British novelist mentions Mr. Fuessle's novel “ The Flail ” as one of the hopeful things about American literature.

HAROLD TROWBRIDGE PULSIFER, who demolishes the argument for the easy chair, has several pet easy chairs of his own located at strategic points throughout New York. He finds that a carefully planned progression from one club easy chair to another is conducive to creative mental activity. It was on one such tour that he wrote the argument with which he attempts to abolish Mr. Fuessle's plea for the sedentary life. It's a lot easier to be a warning than an example! ANNE GILBERT writes about farmers

' wives from Dorr, Michigan. She tells, as an investigatee, of the folly of certain investigators. WINIFRED KIRKLAND lives in Asbe.

ville, North Carolina, but her mail often has to follow her to some tiny re mote notch of the mountains, in the saddle-bags of some mud-splashed Cumberland carrier. She is a mountainlover and her spirit reaches out to the peaks and caves of the Blue Ridge The raconteur of a bear hunt, a buryin', or a baptizin' finds in her an animated listener, and the pen that used to be dipped into the college ink of Vassar and Bryn Mawr is often used now to retell some simple highland happening

. There is a saying among her friends that she will give away anything else her hat, her head, if need bebu never her books. Jane Austen is on her shelves, and Meredith flanked by Wordsworth and Masefield. In one corner stands a case filled with the books she loves to read to her child friends, for Miss Kirkland first wrote stories for young people before she turned her pen to the essay, and she has never lost her keen interest in the child's point of view. Her latest book

“The View Vertical,. published last October by Houghton Mifflin. "The Christmas Shrine" is soon to appear.

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surroundings. The Egyptian Room

The brightest spot in

Boston's night-life.
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Toloa, of the Great White Fleet. These new 23 days under

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