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THE OUTLOOK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION
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Tours and Travel
Three voyages of continual delight under the sunny skies and along the romantic shores of the blue Caribbean. Sailing February 12, March 5 and 26.
A remarkable Cruise-Tour of
and other tours to
Send for Booklet Desired RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO. / Boston
New York Phila. Chicago San Francisco
Parties enrolling now.
TEMPLE TOURS 65-A Franklin St.,
Early Spring Tours
EGYPT, THE HOLY LAND,
Under the leadership of
Sailing the end of January
Are you interested in it?
If so, write to Secretary
Care Traffic Dept.
for 120-page Guide Book Free When writing please mention" Outlook."
TRAVEL IN EUROPE
65-A Franklin St.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
A Select Family and Transient Hotel Ideal Location. Modern appointments and Home-like. Good table. American plan. Rates reasonable: special rates for a prolonged stay. Booklet.
IRVING O. BALL, Proprietor.
Health Resorts Crest View Sanatorium Greenwich, Ct. First-class in all respect H. M. HITCHCOCK, M.D.
The Bethesda White Plains,
An eight-room cottage; six are finished Fireplace in sitting-room. A grand view d Penobscot Bay, overlooking Eagle and Ding Islands and all the smaller islands of the lower bay. Rooms large and airy. 3 acr of land. A small young orchard. Fine spe water from a near-by field. Would rent for the coming season. For further particula inquire of Karl K. Knowlton, Deer Lake. Me
Unusual Opportunity. Grill and Tea Ro
FOR SALE. Long established. Modern
COPLEY CRAFT CHRISTMAS CARDS hand-colored, sent on approval. The lime best known for its distinctive verses. Di counts to those selling among friends Jesse McNicol, 18 Huntington Ave., Boston, M
UNIQUE table runners, Japanese crape for breakfast or luncheon table, with apple designs and stitchery. Ideal Christmas gift Color schemes-yellows, blues, and gre State preference. $5 per pair. Addres Reed, 1523 Wayne Ave., Lakewood, Ohia LADIES' PURE LINEN hand-embroidered handkerchiefs on white or colored less with colored threads interwoven forming the borders. Six different patterns in box for Christmas gift, $6. Order to-day. The Irish Linen Company, Davenport, Iowa.
CHRISTMAS cards with envelopes. Ar tic, unique. 50c. assortments, ten Sc. cards $1 assortments, ten 5c. and five 10c. cards Send money with order. Satisfaction guar teed. Rowe Publishing Co., Oneonta, N.I
WHY DON'T YOU select your Christ cards at home this year? Just write us and we will send an attractive assortment of de tinctive hand-illuminated cards of moderat price-the kind of card you will like to d your friend because it carries a "wort while" message. The Meadowcraft Sto 1106 Riverdale St., West Springfield, Mas
A FINAL WORD ON THE
N its issue of March 3 The Outlook published a letter from "Fairplay" proting against an article by Harold T. lsifer, of The Outlook staff, which advoEed the use of the barbless hook. "Fair
"lives in Cordoba, Argentina, and it kes many months for letters to pass beeen Argentina and The Outlook office. at explains why at this late date we are blishing part of a letter of explanation m "Fairplay " which was received not g ago. In this letter "Fairplay
I am at a loss to understand your attitude n this question of the hooking of fish solely or pleasure. It is not and never has been with ne a question of the barbless hook-but one of n objectionable practice, and it seems to me hat I made that plain enough for the running man to read.
The hooking of fish uselessly, merely for leasure, is perhaps not a vital matter in our ublic life, but it seems to me that it has not unimportant relation to our public morals. The time may come also when such a practice may have an appreciable effect on one very esirable supply of food, and upon the rights f our neighbors to enjoy the pleasure of legitmate angling.
The original comment which called th" Fairplay's" letter was based on e existing condition of affairs in Ameri
angling. It was only yesterday that hermen kept all the fish which came to eir hook, regardless of size and quantity. adually a better practice crept into being. e small fish were returned and the cess fish were likewise put back in the ter. As a step towards improving even s condition Mr. Pulsifer argued for the e of the barbless hook whenever a suffint quantity of fish had been caught for d. Trout caught on the barbless fly are actically uninjured if the hook, as almost ariably happens, is caught in the hard, ensitive edge of their mouth.
We regret very much if "Fairplay's ginal letter was misinterpreted. We that its force was directed more against use of the barbless hook at all than inst all fishing whenever the requirents of the frying-pan had been satisfied. THE EDITORS.
SINESS OPPORTUNITIES VENTIONS wanted. Cash or royalty for 3. Adam Fisher Mfg. Co., 217,St.Louis, Mo.
DOKS on pedigrees, genealogies, and -of-arms. Every Anglo-Saxon and Celtic e. Kindly inquire for particulars. Chas. "Connor, 21 Spruce St., New York City. ORIES, poems, plays, etc..are wanted for ication. Submit MSS. or write Literary au, 325, Hannibal, Mo.
Business Situations AILWAY traffic inspectors earn from to $200 per month and expenses. Travel sired. Unlimited advancement. No age We train you. Positious furnished under antee. Write for booklet CM27. Standard ness Training Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. RST-class executive manager for a cafeAddress Fife and Drum Cafeteria, 822 necticut Ave., Washington, D. C. RITE photoplays: $25-$300 paid anyone suitable ideas. Experience unnecessary; plete outline free. Producers League, St. Louis.
mpanions and Domestic Helpers ACEMENT BUREAU for employer and loyee: housekeepers, matrous, secregovernesses, dietitians, attendants, her's helpers. 51 Trowbridge St., Camge, Mass.
OMAN desiring good home, to help her. Mrs. Ernest Parker, Puritan Drive, Chester, N. Y.
JRSE-Protestant, entire charge of four ths old boy. Assist in responsibility of sical care only of two older children. ls in kitchen. Good wages, good home; n miles out of New York. 9,225, Outlook. ANTED-Young woman of refinement to for three little children. Give references reply. Mrs. John Petty. 431 W. Stafford Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.
Tours and Cruises
A Cruise Tour
70 days-$2200 up
23 days under Tropical skies $450 up
To the ORIENT
CALIFORNIA and FLORIDA Tours
Including the best there is to see in South America and the celebrated trip over the Andes. Down the West coast on the luxurious Pacific Line steamer "Ebro "-up the East coast via the Lamport & Holt Line. Seventy days of pleasure on land and sea. An extended program of sightseeing in all the principal cities of South America. 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.
AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY
in every line of household, educational, business, or personal service-domestic workers, teachers' nurses, business or professional assistants, etc., etc.-whether you require help or are seeking a situa tion, may be filled through a little announcement in the classified columns of The Outlook. If you have some article to sell or exchange, these columns may prove of real value to you as they have to many others. Send for descriptive circular and order blank AND FILL YOUR WANTS. Address Department of Classified Advertising, THE OUTLOOK, 381 Fourth Avenue, New York
Companions and Domestic Helpers WANTED-A gentlewoman as nursery governess or mother's helper to help care for three children of six, four, and three years. References required. Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard, 9 Red Oak Road, Wilmington, Del.
DIETITIANS, superintendents, cafeteria managers, governesses, matrons, housekeepers, social workers, and secretaries. Miss Richards, Providence, East Side Box 5. Boston, Fridays, 11 to 1, 16 Jackson Hall, Trinity Court. Address Providence.
Teachers and Governesses WANTED-Competent teachers for public and private schools. Calls coming every day. Send for circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N. Y.
TEACHERS WANTED, men and women, for all departments of colleges and schools. Immediate and future vacancies. The Interstate Teachers' Agency, 717 Macheca Building, New Orleans, La.
WANTED-Teachers all subjects. Good vacancies in schools and colleges. International Musical and Educational Agency, Carnegie Hall, N. Y.
BIG demand for teachers for emergency vacancies. Ernest Olp, Steger Bldg., Chicago. WANTED-Experienced English nursery governess to care for little girl six years old at Rochester, N. Y. Best references required. 9,196, Outlook.
Professional Situations DIRECTOR of CORPORATION COMMUNITY WORK. Prominent and successful rector of Episcopal church desires position as layman. Eminently qualified. 9,182, Outlook.
PHYSICIAN, from A1 school, wide experience, will give patient part or whole time. Temporarily in California for wife's health. 9,224, Outlook.
GRADUATE nurse, middle age, will take position as companion. No objection to traveling. 9,221, Outlook.
COWPUNCHER and ex-soldier wishes position in the East for the winter. Can stand responsibility and meet any requirements. 9,220, Outlook.
YOUNG woman recently graduated from Vassar with secretarial training desires a position as secretary or tutor in a family planning to travel. 2,010, 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 confidentially. 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.
Companions and Domestic Helpers POSITION as companion, chaperon in girls' school, or managing housekeeper by woman of refinement. 9,198, Outlook.
LADY as daily companion to New York lady. Hours 9 to 5. Best of references given and required. 9,222, Outlook.
FRENCH-Swiss desires position as nurse or mother's helper. South preferred. F. G., 124 West 16th St., New York City.
YOUNG woman now holding college professorship desires position as companionsecretary or governess where there will be opportunity for travel abroad. 2,013, Outlook.
REFINED, educated young woman desires position as manager of household where one or more servants are employed or companion for young person_or elderly lady, in Los Angeles or San Francisco. References exchanged. 2,016, Outlook.
MANAGING housekeeper for school or institution wants position. 9,229, Outlook.
Teachers and Governesses PROFESSOR of English, Western college, would accept suitable place, tutor or companion, during his leave of absence beginning February first. 9,188, Outlook.
YOUNG MAN, unmarried, desires position in an institution with boys. Experienced teacher both in grade and commercial subjects. Has had experience as assistant superintendent. Can furnish best of references. 9,218, Outlook.
POSITION in public school or as child's tutor in family going South. Wide experi ence East and West. Excellent references. Lock Box 23, Otego, N. Y.
TEACHER, college graduate, best pedagogical training, highest references, wide experience, desires to board in her beautiful country home and to teach one or two children requiring individual care. One hour from New York City. 9,230, Outlook.
TUTOR-companion. Young man, genial, refined, fond of and popular with boys. Athletic, well educated. Will travel. Highest references. 9,191, Outlook.
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.
M. W. Wightman & Co. Shopping Agency. established 1895. No charge; prompt delivery, 44 West 22d St., New York.
REFINED lady will write daily letters to invalid or elderly lady or gentleman. For particulars address 9,223, Outlook.
WANTED-Young women to take nine months' course in training for the care of chronic and convalescent invalids. Address F. E. Parker Home, New Brunswick, N. J. WILL lonely lady, like myself, share with me expense and her small quarters, New York? 9.231, Outlook.
IMPORTANT TO When you notify The Outlook of a change in
HO owns a portrait, the artist or the
W sitter, after the latter has paid fordi
Of course, most people would say, the pur chaser. But, whatever his legal rights, has the latter a moral right to mutilate the picture? The question is raised by a dis pute between Augustus John, English artist, and Lord Leverhulme. The latter found that his portrait would not fit a cer tain wall space; he therefore, according to the London "Daily Express," cut the head out of the canvas and left the remainder in the frame. This portion was, by mistake, sent back to the artist. Mr. John felt that he was insulted and demanded an apology. The apology was made for sending back the picture, but the owner still contends that he had a right to do what he chose with his own. Here is a nice question in casuistry for the critical public to cogitate over.
"I offer this for your topsy-turvy' col umn, though perhaps it does not strictly belong there: Traffic Officer-Why don't you blow your horn?' Motorist 'I do when I see any pedestrians.' T. O.-'No matter what kind of machine it is, blow it anyway.""
"A typist in applying for a position said she had had an epidemic' (academic) course in high school. Imagine what might happen to some of her typewriting!
"May I add these anecdotes of a some what different nature? A girl, only sever teen and recently married, answered the question, 'Have you had people under your charge? If so, how many?' with the one word, 'Husband.' Another girl filled out an application blank in the space reserved for references as to character' with this statement: Brown hair, hazel colored eyes, clear skin, and good health.'
"A sewing-woman apologized for her failure to complete the work left her in these words: If I had of known you would have came, I would have did it before I had went.'
"A young Negro defendant on trial in our district court justified his felonious attack on a fellow-workman on the ground that the man assailed had been low-grad ing' his wife. Was this a variant of
"In relating the trials of army red tape' a hospital seamstress said, 'We're even got to make out a recreation fors spool of thread!'
"A teacher wrote a list of spelling words on the board, asking the pupils to put them into sentences to illustrate their meaning. One word was 'goblet,' and a boy wrote this sentence: If I had a piece of cake, I would goblet.'
Mr. Gladstone, according to the recently published biography of Herbert Beerbohm Tree, the English actor, once came onto the stage after the play and asked Mr. Tree as to the political opinions of the theatrical world. "Conservative, whole," was the answer. "But," he added hastily, as he saw a darkening in his dis guished visitor's face," the scene-shifters are Radical almost to a man." They parted firm friends.
George Grossmith, the English actor, once played a practical joke at Madame Tussaud's museum of wax works. He placed himself in a line of waxen celebri
ies. No one suspected that his motionless gure was the real George Grossmith, and s people went by they commented on the xcellence of the likeness. Finally a group collected. This was Grossmith's opportuity. He "nodded grotesquely, and slowly -xtended, a comic Grossmithian hand. Every one fled as though he had been shot -t."
A gentleman drove up in a Rolls-Royce touring car to the shop of the principal bookseller in a large English country town and, entering, simply asked whether he had any valuable books in stock. "I have two," said the bookseller, "that I am asking a hundred pounds apiece for." 'Very well," replied the customer, "I've been told you're an honest man, so I'll take 'em." He paid, and, without looking at the books, drove away with them. This customer was not a lunatic, but, as the bookseller explained, one of the folk who made money in the war. "They go round," he added, "buying up books and pictures so as to get out of being taxed. They never read the books, of course: it's only just an investment; and not a bad one either, if they have the sense to stick to people like me who don't cheat them."
From "Fliegende Blaetter," Munich: "The doctor has given me a sleeping wder."
"When do you take it?"
"Half an hour before going to sleep." The absent-minded professor comes in r this grind in the "Fliegende Blaetter:" "What did I tie the knot in my handrchief for? Ah, I remember! I am to mmit suicide.".
Conger-eels grow to enormous size in e pearl lagoons of the Pacific, a diver ys, as reported in the "Atlantic." The vers must keep a close watch for them. ne eels lie in holes, and crevices of the ral, and dart out their heads to seize a
Send for some of our DELICIOUS thin-skinned
e conger's jaws close on wrist or ankle, e diver needs a cool head; no amount of uggling will pull the eel from his hole. e diver must wait quietly until the conr relaxes his jaws preparatory to taking better grip. Then a quick wrench and the an is free.
Without any preliminaries, says the Photo-Era," the customer announced at the camera was 66 no good " and she nted her money back. The clerk asked she happened to have some pictures with
that might show the trouble. She proced twelve prints that showed the large, torted face of a girl. The clerk examed them and the camera, and was frankly stified. He finally asked her how she d the camera when she made the exsures. She demonstrated. She had held camera in her hands, pointed upward, Eake snap-shots of her own face!
straight from the trees to you, after they get fully ripe. Prices reasonable. Drop us a card and let us tell you about them.
VICTORIA CITRUS GROVES CO.
OFF THE PRESS SOON
SELECTED GOSPEL HYMNS
A choice selection from the famous MOODY & SANKEY GOSPEL HYMNS, 1 to 6 COMPLETE Herein are the favorite and the tenderest of the World's best hymns; those hymns which have endured the longest by the estimate of time. In durable cloth binding for all departments of the Church. $50 per 100, carriage extra. THE BIGLOW & MAIN CO., 156 5th Ave., New York
You don't buy
break your pen point
neither do you have to buy a new "Handy Grip" every time the stick is used up.
Just unscrew the last of the soap and screw in a new Refill Stick. Stick the old bit of soap on the new stick-no waste.
"Lather with Colgate's and shave with comfort"-no mussy "rubbing in" with the fingers is necessary.
The Shaving Stick is the economical way to make a satisfactory lather. We can give you this impartial advice because we make Shav ing Sticks, Powder and Cream. Send 4c for trial size of any one of these.
COLGATE & CO.
$10.00 by mail,
of thick furred black Dog Skin
Above carries linings of little lamb skins. Price with mohair fleece linings $9.50. For comfort, appearance and durability you cannot find their equal for the price. Our illustrated catalog gives measure directions and a whole lot of other information about custom tanning of hides and skins with hair or fur on; coat, robe and rug making; taxidermy and head mounting; also prices of fur goods and big mounted game heads we sell. THE CROSBY FRISIAN FUR COMPANY, Lyell Ave., Rochester. N, Y.
The Pratt Teachers Agency
70 Fifth Avenue, New York Recommends teachers to colleges, public and private schools. Advises parents about schools. Wm. O. Pratt, Mgr. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES ONNECTICUT
The Curtis School for Young Boys
Has grown forty-five years and is still under the active
GERALD B. CURTIS, Assistant Principal
A Country School for Girls
FANNY E. DAVIES, LL.A., Principal,
MABEL E. BOWMAN, A.B., Vice-Principal, Cohasset, Mu MASSACHUSETTS
WALNUT HILL SCHOOL
23 Highland St., Natick, Mass. A College Pr paratory School for Girls. 17 miles from Boston. Miss Conant, Miss Bigelow, Principals.
A course of forty lessons in the history, form, structure, and writing of the Short-Story taught by Dr. J. Berg Esenwein, for years Editor of Lippincott's 150-page catalogue free. Please address THE HOME CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL Springfield, Eas
Dr. Benwein Dept. 68
SCHOOL of Horticulture for Women porated), Ambler, Penna. Practical work in greenhous vegetable and flower gardens, orchards, poultry pla apiary, jam kitchen. Lectures by competent instructo Regular Two Year Diploma Course, fitting wom for self-support or oversight of own property, begins J uary 17, 1921. Catalogue. Elizabeth Leighton Lee. Direct TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR NURSE
Morton Hospital Training Scho for Nurses
Offers a three years' course. January class now formi Apply for information to Superintendent,
MORTON HOSPITAL, TAUNTON, MASS.
Offers a three years' course of General Hospital Train ing with affiliation with the New York Nursery & Child's Hospital, New York City, for Pediatrics and Obstetrics. The Course includes besides general Medi cal and Surgical training, hydrotherapy, electrother apy, massage, occupational therapy, laboratory tecl nique, special dietetic instruction in the modern stud and treatment of nutritional disorders, and doctor's office work.
Next class admitted March first."
The School Prospectus will be mailed on applicatio addressed to the Superintendent.
The White Plains Hospita
White Plains, N. Y.
Registered in New York State, offers a gene hospital training of three (3) years. Affiliat with New York City hospitals for special cours Next class admitted February 1st, 1921. Sch prospectus upon application to SUPERINTENDE
St. John's Riverside Hospital Traini School for Nurses
YONKERS, NEW YORK Registered in New York State, offers a 2 years' coun as general training to refined, educated women. Requ mentrene year high school or its equivalent. Apply to Directress of Nurses, Yonkers, New York.
Rhode Island Hospital Training School for Nurse
Registered. The Rhode Island Hospital, beautifully loa in a spacious park of twenty-five acres, accommodating: hundred patients, offers exceptional advantages for train in all departments. Three-year course. Educational quirements-two years' High School or equivalent. Mod Nurses' Home with attractive living conditions, thoroug equipped laboratories, lecture and demonstration rou Allows reading-room, library and recreation room. ample to cover personal expenses. For information appl Superintendent of Training School, Rhode Island Hospital Providence, R