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BEACH HOUSE Hotel Le Marquis
ITOTEL GLENMORE. In the Adi
I rondacks.. Foothills Mt. Hurricane. Family cottages and common dining-room. Also single rooms. Everything complete. Golf
links near by. Elevation 2,000 ft. Send inCOTUIT, MASS.
quiries to S. F. Weston, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Boating, bathing excellent. Cottages. Ideal place for summer. Own garden. N.C. Morse. A DIRONDACKS, The CRATER
CLUB. Essex-on-Lake-Champlain. Cottages with central club house where meals are served. References required.
For circular or information address John B. ALASKA TOURS
BURNHAM, 233 Broadway, New York. Beautiful spot. Surf. Fine table.
Golf, tennis, games. Reasonable BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE The Fjords, Inside Passage, The
Blue Mountain Lake. N. Y. Glaciers, The White Pass, Beau
Now open. High elevation. Beautiful mountain
and Jake scenery. Boating, fishing, autoing, tiful Lake Atlin, The Mighty Yukon, and
Mass. etc. Illustrated booklet. M. T. Merwin, Prop. The Midnight Sun
If You Are Tired or Not Feeling Well
Nice mountain Millions of acres of pine and balsam with thou you cannot find a more comfortable place in
ollage resort, pleasant
walks and drives; fresh vegetables, milk, Sail from Vancouver June 7. The Alaska sands of lakes and streams. The mecca for out
New England than door men and women. “Algonquin Park"
eggs, chickens. $2.50 per day, $12 up per Tours sail June 28, July 16, July 26. “ Muskoka Lakes "_"30,000 Islands of Geor THE WELDON HOTEL
week. * mile from Ausable Club House. gian Bay"-"Timagami"-"Kawartha Lakes" Visit en route the National Parks
MRS. R. E. WINCH, St. Huberts P. O., N. Y. "Lake of Bays."Modern hotels. Good fishing
GREENFIELD, MASS. and the Canadian Rockies. Apply to and delightful climate. Altitude 1,000 to 2,000 feet above the sea. Write for illus. literature:
Come to Camp Sacandaga son Lake It affords all the comforts of home without
a Sacandaga extravagance.
A camp for the lovers of the out-of-doors. The AMERICAN EXPRESS C. G. Orttenburger, 907 Merchants Loan & Trust B!dg.,
Refined surroundings. Good table. Large Chicago, I.
living-hall. Cottages and tents for sleeping. W. R. Eastman, Room 510, 294 Washington, St., Boston,
Boats and canoes. Black bass fishing. Hikes Travel Department
into the woods. Nights around the camp-fire. Travel service of all sorts in H. M. Morgan, 1019 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.,
Everything comfortable and homelike. Folder LENOX, MASS.
and terms upon application. Address CHAS. T. Buffalo, N.Y.
MEYER, Lake Pleasant, Hamilton Co., N. Y. any direction – Monthly | J. H. Burgis, 819 Dime Bank Bldg., Detroit, Mich. High and Cool in the Berkshires
A. B. Chown, 1270 Broadway, New York City, N. Y. A HOTEL OF DISTINCTION HOW would you like to live for 2 or 3 weeks or
months, in cottage or hotel, on a strip of land OPENS JUNE 14. ELEVATION 1,400 FEET R. Charlton, General Passenger Department, Montreal Desirable Cottages with hotel service. VIRTUALLY SIX MILES AT SEA ? "spendable everywhere"
Where there are congenial neighbors and all
of the conveniences of home. Where the breeze
Winter Resort, Princess Hotel, Bermuda seldom stops blowing; where boating, bathTravelers Cheques
ing and fishing are daily pastimes and where
MARBLEHEAD, MASS. the cost is reasonable. Do you know that
A quiet, cozy little house by the sea only 50 miles from New York, is such a place?
OPENS JUNE 7, 1919. PRIVATE BATHS.
Direct inquiries to C. W. NASH, Supt., Point O'Woods, LI. SaceAmerican Express 1 Bailey Island, Me. Beautifully situ
Descriptive booklet. ated on high ground facing Casco Bay. Fish
Southworth Villa, in the Switzerland of Company ing, boating, bathing, and other out-of-door The Breezy Knoll Inn » Delaware Co. 1,850 ft. elevation. Homelike, sports. Good table, fresh milk, eggs, poultry
restful, comfortable. Excellent table. Fresh 65'Broadway, New York
ON LAKE PONTOOSUC and vegetables raised on the premises. For
dairy products and vegetables. Charming
PITTSFIELD, MASS. full particulars address H. F. Johnson, Prop.
walks and drives. Golf, tennis, croquet. Ad. " Bathing and Boating in the Mountains" E. B. Southworth, Prop., Trout Creek, N. Y. Robinhood Inn and Cottages
Healthful climate, fine Berkshire scenery,
charming walks and drives. Fishing, tennis.
NEW YORK CITY
31st Street & Fifth Avenue Open June 15 to Sept. 15. Air, scene and NANTUCKET ISLAND
New York table all of the best. Illustrated booklet on
application. Thomas E. Hazell, Summit, N.J. Japan, Korea, Manchuria, China
Golfers' Summer Paradise
Combines every convenience and home
comfort, and commends itself to people of Best 18-hole seashore course in U.S.
refinement wishing to live on American Plan and the Philippines
Tennis, surf bathing, etc.
and be within easy reach of social and draNo Malaria No Hay Fever No Hot Days
matic centers. Choice of Four Tours, one including
American Plan Moderate Rates
Room and bath $4.50 per day with meals, or JAVA, BURMA, INDIA, CEYLON, AUSTRALIA,
MERWIN J. BULKLEY, Proprietor $2.50 per day without meals. NEW ZEALAND AND THE SOUTH SEAS.
Illustrated Booklet gladly sent upon Modern plumbing, all conveniences, fi
request. NEW YORK
JOHN P. TOLSON. Twenty-eighth season.
table. Basg, trout, salmon fishing. An ideal
vacation spot. Moderate rates. Send for Itineraries. Address : Francis D. Thwing, Belgrade Lakes, Me.
| For All HOTEL JUDSON 63 Washing
ton Square THE GILLESPIE-KINPORTS' TOURS
adjoining Judson Memorial Church. Rooms
Deer Isle 309 Fifth Ave.,
with and without bath. Rates $2.50 per day, “THE FIRS” 1115 Walnut Sts, (Sunset P. O.), Me.
of the including meals. Special rates for two weeks New York City
Penobscot Bay Resort Region. Inn, cottages,
or more. Location very central. Convenient
IP Open Air to all elevated and street car lines. beautiful outdoors. One cottage available Summer in the National Parks, for family, 6 rooms. Rates moderate.
Glen Garriff, Mt. Pocono, Pa. Motoring camping, tramping, horseback rid
Me. For adults. Quiet, cool camp on lake
Special rates for June and September. ing, resting. Booklet. THE TEMPLE
woods, to spend your days on lakes, inlets, TOURS. 6 Beacon Street, Boston.
in the woods. Canoes, fishing, tennis. Tents,
SUSAN T. CARSWELL.
the camp-fire, to fish, study birds and fowers,
and climb mountains, to have the company of Hotels and Resorts
LOON LAKE, enthusiastic campers, and the guidance of a
Jamestown, Narragansett Bay CONNECTICUT
In famous Rangeley region in heart of send for the booklet on the “Back Log mountains facing lake. Private log cabing Idea." THOMAS K. Brown, Westtown, Pa.
Opposite Newport, R. I. with open fires and baths. Central dining
Thorndyke Hotel opens June 1. FurTHE WAYSIDE INN
room. Golf within easy reach; garage. Boat HURRICANE LODGE nished cottages equipped with all improveNew Milford, Litchfield Co., Conn. ing, bathing, fishing, mountain climbing.
ments. Booklets. P. H. HORGAN, Propr. In the foothills of the Berkshires. Open all the Farm one mile from camp furnishes fresh
and COTTAGES vegetables, eggs, poultry, certified milk. year. An ideal place for your summer's rest.
IN THE ADIRONDACKS
VERMONT 2 hours from New York. Write for booklet. Booklet. J. LEWIS YORK, Prop.
Hurricane, Essex Co., N. Y. Mrs. J. E. Castle, Proprietor.
Season opens June 14th. Com
MHESTER,VT. "The Maples.” DelightOGUNQUIT, MAINE
fortable, homelike. Altitude
ful summer home. Cheerful, large, airy
1,800 ft. Extensive verandas CANADA
overlooking Keene Valley.
rooms, pure water, bath, hot and cold; broad HIGH ROCK HOTEL Trout fishing. Camping. Golf links, nine well
piazza, croquet, fine roads. Terms reasonable.
Refs. exchanged. The MISSES SARGEANT. Cottages, Studios, Bungalows.
kept greens. Mile course. Tennis and croquet.
Fresh vegetables. Fine dairy. Furnished cot(Opp. Eastport, Me.) Squaw Mountain Inn, overlooking Moose tages, all improvements. Terms $18 to $30 per
WYOMING Private family will take a few paying guests.
Dhead Lake, where the climate is health week. Special rates for season. Address K. No children under sixteen. Beautiful walks,
ful, the atmosphere restful, and the surround BELKNAP, Mgr., Hurricane, Essex Co., N. Y. OUTDOORS WITH COMFORT fine boating, bracing climate, scenery unsur
ings beautiful. Excellent cuisine. Shady walks passed. Address 225, Outlook.
and trails. Fishing and canoeing. ÅRTHUR CAMP LINGERLONG
On Pine Lake. Includes 500 acres of wild Sixteen Bar-One (16-1) Stock Ranch in the
Tramps to surrounding mountain peaks, Lake perfect water; good saddle horses. Camping
George and Lake Champlain. Dancing. Ex trips; trout fishing, etc. Address
cellent meals. Spring water. Cabins and Beautifully situated, overlooking the far E. HOLDEN," JACKMAN. MAINE
W. H. Wyman & Sons, Shell P. O., Wyoming.
tents $14, $16 and up. Private parties entirely famed Annapolis Basin, Beaman's Mountain,
isolated. References required. Manager, Digby Gap and the Bay of Fundy. The air is SEBASCO ESTATES CO. ROYDEN BARBER, Clemons, N. Y. dry and clear. Large, comfortable rooms. Excellent cuisine and service the table offers
ADIRONDACKS the best of everything obtainable. Boating,
INTERBROOK LODGE and COTTAGES I Brick Church Elderly invalids, inbathing, fishing, canoeing, hunting, golf. The On Casco Bay-opposite Portland, Me.
Keene Valley, N. Y.
curables, and others shore road is a six-mile panorama of superb
On direct trail to Mt. Marcy, very heart of
in nurse's private home. Beautiful surroundscenery, fine walks and drives.
Mts. Illustrated booklet giving description ings. 65 Halsted St.. East Orange, N. J. FURNISHED COTTAGES, five to camps. 500 acres of hills, pine woods ; 4 miles twelve rooms, with bath and all modern conshore line, ocean, bay. Deep sea and lake
of Keene Valley and the Lodge sent on re-
ITOME SPIRIT, BEST OHIO fishing; indoor, outdoor, and water sports.
M. E. LUCK. veniences, for families or parties. A private
IT COUNTRY BOARD, convenihome with the service of a first-class hotelFresh sea food and garden vegetables our
Cottages, Bunga ences, lovely lawn, tennis, books, health, place an ideal arrangement for a care-free vacation. specialty. Auto shelter free. Rates $3.50 a
lows, and Tents for party of three or more in one suitable For rates and further information write day. $15 to $22 weekly. Al references.
Modern improvements. Write for booklet and room or tent at $10 week. Good, interesting AUBREY BROWN, Digby, Nova Scotia. FREEMAN H. MERRITT. WILLIAM A. MILES. reference. R. Bennett, Raquette Lake, N.Y. I people welcomed. Ready May 15. 331, Outlook.
Back Log|Lovers and intiming
CAMPOBELLO ISLAND, N. B.
Trapper Lodge — Wyoming
LOUR LODGE ATTEAN CAMPS
de services or na, ali mosfive to
NEW YORK COMMUTER'S OPPORTUNITY Westchester County. Offer at pre-war price of $5,250, a modern ten-room white stucco hollow tile residence, eight minutes from station, half hour Grand Central Terminal. Open and quiet surroundings. Would consider rental. Full particulars can be secured from owner by addressing 9,815, Outlook.
9 rooms, overlooking lake and mountains. Summer Home in Connecticut Shore front. Terms reasonable. Inquire of on Long Island Sound, 2X hours from New Jos. A. Nesmith, 97 Central St., Lowell, Mass. York. 11-room cottage, 2 baths, electric lights,
VINNEPES AUKEE LAKE near
Wolfeboro, N. H. Girls' camp or sum-
mer residence. Cottage, large garage, boat
house, sandy beach, boats, canoe, launch.
Rev. Dr. J. A. HIGGONS, Philadelphia, Pa.
For RENT, Fur
1 nished, from July 1
to Sept. 1, new house, in perfect condition, to
NEW YORK CITY
Demodeled Colonial Apartment
Physician's office suite, own apartment, houses, stable, hennery. Located 12 miles from garage, and 3 income-producing apartments. Bath, Me. Accessible by land and water.
$17,000. 86 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn.
CAMP. Moosehead Lake, Maine
in fact, in any part of the Adirondacks. Teil
W.F. ROBERTS, Real Estate Office,
Saranac Lake, N. Y.
Large well-planned cottage, overlooking
FARM, FURNISHED. Sleeping porches, bath, fruit trees, 100-quart raspberry patch, asparagus bed. 5 minutes from country club. J. L. HOWARD, Brattleboro, Vt.
for rent in
SHOE An Ideal Summer Home
Professional Situations WANTED-Physician, also councilors, for boys' camp, Maine. Box 79, Station L, Brook
Business Situations WANTED-Private secretary. Must be fast and accurate stenographer and typist, also understand handling of personal double entry accounts. Prefer one with experience in preparing press notices. In reply state experience, salary desired. Excellent position for woman of refinement. R. B. S., 6,884, Outlook.
RAILWAY traffic inspector, $110 a month to start and expenses. Travel if desired. Unlimited advancement. No age limit. Three months' home study. Situation arranged. Prepare for permanent position. Write for booklet CM27 Standard Business Training Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Companions and Domestic Helpers
AN OPPORTUNITY for vacation on Cape Cod in return for help in management of household and small salary. Only helpful, orderly, and cheerful person need apply. 6,880, Outlook.
WANTED-Young lady as companion. One who can read aloud and, if necessary, occasionally drive an automobile. 6,883, Outlook.
WANTED-Child's nurse for two boys, 3 years and 15 months. Please state experience and wages_required. Mrs. P. 0. Staley, Geneva, N. Y.
WANTED-Companion for elderly lady. Some knowledge of nursing necessary. Location Niagara Falls, N. Y.
EXCEPTIONAL. Middle-aged colored woman, experienced cook, to take charge of small house in lovely village. Two in family. Good wages. Unusually good home for right person. Answer, with references, Box 461, Spring Lake, N. J.
Teachers and Covernesses IF available for teaching position any. where in United States or foreign countries, write Ernest Olp, Steger Building, Chicago.
WANTED-French governess for Colorado family with three children. Please give references, age, qualifications, and salary expected when replying. 740 Emerson St., Denver, Colorado.
WANTED—Competent teachers for public and private schools. Calls coming every day. Send for circulars. Albany Teachers' Agency, Albany, N.Y.
GOVERNESSES, cafeteria managers, dietitians, matrons, housekeepers. Miss Richards, Box 5, East Side Station, Providence, R.I.
WANTED, in New Haven, Conn., experienced French, English, or American governess for two boys of 3% and 6x years. Physical care, teaching. References. 6,874, Outlook.
Professional Situations PHYSICIAN (reputable woman) would travel with patient or supervise girls' camp. P. 0. Box 226, White Plains, N. Y.
Business Situations YOUNG man with life experience wants position as assistant or superintendent in institution for homeless or delinquent children. 6,894, Outlook. Companions and Domestic Helpers
WANTED-Position as companion or tutor by young lady, college graduate. Good references. 6,881, Outlook.
BY THE WAY “A ship's name,” says “ Shipping,” of the “ Typographic Messenger,” and “ should be a short word, to facilitate said: “I want to know how much money cabling, signaling, phoning, sighting at sea, my husband drew out of the bank last and remembrance. It should be spelled week.” “I am sorry, but I cannot give easily and be pronounceable by illiterate you this information,” was the answer. persons. A large proportion of the names « Well, the impudence !” snapped the listed on the Shipping Board's Register woman; “ aren't you the Paying Peller?” fail to meet these conditions. Among the “I am, madam,” was the calm reply ; “ but names listed are many like • Osawatomie,' I am not the Telling Payer.” “Sagadahoc,' •West Loquassuck, and
“You think Oriental rugs are a luxury • Lake Ypsilanti."" The point seems a good
and bought only by the rich ?” said a New one, but many famous ships have had
York City retail dealer in rugs the other difficult names. The warship to which
day. “Why, a colored woman living in a Napoleon surrendered was the Bellero
rear tenement came in here not long ago phon, nicknamed the “Bully Ruffian " by
and bought a hundred-dollar rug. She had British sailors ; the Téméraire was another
the money with her, too. I was astonished, famous British war-vessel; the Bonhomme
I admit. "But you see she had no doubt Richard was Paul Jones's flagship; and
lived as a cook in a fine house and had the Constitution and the Guerrière are hardly to be classed as examples of simple
acquired the taste for good things.” nomenclature.
“ When I was a cub printer on the
Moberly At a trial for assault and
Daily Monitor,'' says a correbattery,
spondent of the “ American Printer,” “the “ Harper's Magazine ” says, a Southern
office rule was to abbreviate the names of darky testified that the man who was
States. An overly-dressed woman pranced knocked down lay on the ground five minin on us one day and wanted to know who
Its antiseptic, germ-proof utes. The opposing lawyer tried to disgave in the information that she was
film dries almost instantly credit the witness, and, pulling out his colored folks. No one could explain the
but resists wear and washwatch, asked the Negro to tell him when mystery until she pointed an accusing finger
ing for many days. five minutes had elapsed. The witness told at the line : The newcomers are Col.
It is a convenient “first him correctly. The astonished lawyer later folks, and we bespeak for them a hearty
aid” for cuts, scrapes and asked for an explanation. “Why, boss," welcome in our city.' We merely meant
all minor skin injuries. was the reply, “I jest figured it out.” “ But how? 6 Why, by de clock on de
“Never Neglect that they came from Colorado, but she in
sisted we had slandered her. After that a Break in the Skin" wall behind you, sah.”
we printed State names in full.” Merit does not always give a man a place
Be sure you get L'6|
genuine New-Skin, E in the encyclopædias, or, if he does get in, York bibliophile are fifty-six volumes of
not an inferior sub
B assure correctness in describing his fame. Captain Mayne Reid's stories. Even this
stitute. Thomas Pringle, author of the poem “Afar portentous list of the prolific author's
All Druggists—15 in the Desert," which is printed in almost works is not complete.“ Afloat in the
and 30 cents every anthology and which Coleridge conForest,” originally published in that favor
NEWSKIN CO. sidered “ among the two or three most per
NEW YORK ite magazine of the boys and girls of fect lyric poems in our language,” has only
yesteryear, “ Our Young Folks,” and “ Odd a casual reference in the greatest British cyclopædia, none in the latest American
People,” are not included. Captain Reid
was of Irish birth, but he came to the cyclopædia, and in another American cyclo
United States as a young man and served the plate was intended to receive the white pædia his famous poem is called “ A Farm
in the Mexican War. His first book,“ The gloves that he ought to have worn! in the Desert.” Rifle Rangers," was based on his experi
Nemesis, or whatever we may call the A hospital doctor writes in the “ Ontario ences in that war. His books are still in
fatality of natural causes, seems to lie in Post” that one of his patients had had the demand in the libraries.
wait for every inattentive human being. flu. He was seen walking around wearily.
An American unused to court etiquette Here is a strange example: At Saskatoon, When he was asked what was wrong, he
was invited, just before the war, says said: “Ah done had de Spanish Au.”
Saskatchewan, a passenger train, accord“ That so?” he was asked ; “what is the
“Collier's,” to dine with a German prince. ing to the “ Railway Age,” was recently Spanish flu like, Sam?” “ The flu," said
A glittering flunky presented a silver plate derailed near a grain elevator. The loco
to him just before the hors-d'oeuvres were motive knocked down a part of the wall of Sam, “don't you-all know what de flu is?
served. He blushed, fumbled in his pockets, the building, causing the rupture of several Why, it's a disease dat makes you sick six
then said to himself, “ I have nothing but grain bins. The resulting avalanche of months after you gets well."
a ten-dollar note, but I don't think any grain overwhelmed the engine and two A grim-faced matron approached the German dinner is worth ten dollars," so he cars, and the engineman, fireman, and one window at the bank, says the story-teller let the plate pass. He then discovered that other man were smothered to death. SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATIONS WANTED I SITUATIONS WANTED
MISCELLANEOUS Companions and Domestic Holpors Companions and Domestic Helpers Toachors and Governossos YOUNG college teacher going to her farm REFINED Christian woman, widow, de PRIMARY teacher wishes suminer position WANTED, by Princeton undergraduate,
in Minnesota for summer will take delicate
child to build up. THE best of care and a sires a position as companion or chaperon. as companion or governess. Travel, country, summer position as tutor; can teach piano Excellent references. 6,878, Outlook. or seashore. 6,901, Outlook. also. References. Address, with terms, etc.,
happy vacation assured. 6,891, Outlook. Jameson 8. Slocum, 31 N. Edwards, Princeton "MILITANT PHILOSOPHY”-Essays on
YOUNG man, refined, college graduate, REFINED young woman desires position
University, Princeton, N. J. teacher several years, musical, traveled exAs companion or governess, preferably near
Love, War, Diplomacy; the relation between Boston. Accomplished pianist. References
domestic, civil, and martial law. Send 25 cents
EXPERIENCED primary teacher desires tensively, would like position as traveling exchanged. 6,882, Outlook.
to Frank Marlin, 232 W. First St., San Pedro, companion. 6,831, Outlook.
position as governess or companion to small YOUNG lady, Canadian born and educated,
EXCELLENT care given backward or ingraduate New York Babies' Hospital, several
dren ; very successful ; excellent references. home, desires position as companion in refined years' New York experience, desires position family. Small child preferred. 6,903, Outlook,
valid girl under twelve. Pleasant home in as nurse or governess. One or two children
country village on central New York lake. COLLEGE woman, experienced, will accept
HIGH school domestic art teacher desires over four years. 6,892, Outlook.
WANTED-To care for three or four young WELL bred competent woman desires po
6,895, Outlook. in seminary, camp mother, traveling com
girls 12 to 16 years for July and August in sition as housekeeper-companion. Elderly panion for elderly people. 6,898, Outlook.
EXPERIENCED woman teacher will take
country home in Berkshires. Address couple preferred Best references. 6,893,
one or more children to country for summer,
YOUNG woman, college graduate, high Outlook.
"Mugün," Lawrence House, Northampton, provide tennis, golf, swimming, riding, or will school teacher, desires position as companion ATTRACTIVE college girl, competent
WANTED-Young women to take nine teacher, as companion or tutor. References
first. Highest social references. 6,853, Outlook. Outlook.
months' course in nursing. Frances Parker exchanged. Will travel. June 15. 6,897, COMPANION-Refined lady, good linguist, KINDERGARTNER, New York graduate,
Meinorial Home, New Brunswick, N. J. Outlook. nursing experience. Would travel. Refer young, experienced, desires private school
MISS Guthman, New York shopper, will POSITION as housekeeper where help is ences. 6,908, Outlook.
position, fall term. Best references. 6.866,
send anything on approval; services free. kept by lady of experience. Would do market
References. 309 W. 99th Street. ing and planning of meals. Country preferred.
Teachers and Covernesses
EXPERIENCED teacher, young, athletic,
CHILDREN'S BOARD--Berkshires. Cor GENTLEWOMAN of education desires lege teacher of French. 6,885, Outlook.
or tutor. Normal pupils, under fourteen. Sea
leze woman will board little girls Juncposition as companion; would travel. 6,899, VASSAR woman tutor, English, history, shore or mountains. Teacher, 838 Lake St.,
October. Tutor; modern languages. Excellent Outlook. Latin, pianist, wishes position June to Octo Newark, N. J.
food. References exchanged. 6,904, Outlook. AMERICAN lady as companion-helper, ber. 6,886, Outlook.
WELL educated young woman, 34, capable WANTED—Young women to take training fond of home duties, experienced in nursing. NATIVE French teacher (young man, 36), of assuming entire charge of chiidren, wants as baby nurses at Orange Orphan Home. Capable of taking charge of correspondence. now teaching in an academy, wishes position position as governess, social secretary, com Salary while training, good position guarayGood needlewoman. Best references. 6,905, during summer vacation with family or insti panion. Excellent training in dancing. Ex teed on graduating. Apply 197 Harrison St., Outlook. Itution. 6,858, Outlook. cellent references. 6,909, Outlook.
East Orange, N. J.
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