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CONTINUOUS diet of daily news, with its tense contradictions and consequent fears and doubts, brings on mental indigestion. The cure es in good books-in the comforting philosophy of writers who have found eace, happiness and wholesome inspiration in close communion with ature and the better moods of man. A catalog of THE ABINGDON PRESS offers such books. Here are a few recent ones:
THE PEACEFUL LIFE, A Study in Spiritual Hygiene, By OSCAR KUHNS
Here one may see and understand the beauty and power of the quiet and serene life, and here, too,
THE BOOK OF REVELATION NOT A MYSTERY
A brief, graphic, and deeply interesting interpreta-
THE CONFESSIONS OF A BROWNING LOVER
A fine interpretation of the message of Browning to
The breeziness that characterized "Men Who Missed
THE MAYFLOWER PILGRIMS By EDMUND JAMES CARPENTER DR. CARPENTER has given a popular and highly interesting account of early New England days. True to history, the rugged and heroic life of the Pilgrims takes new beauty and power under the author's skilful handling. In view of the Tercentenary of the landing of the Pilgrims, this volume is most timely and will surely help to an understanding of the spirit and purpose of the sturdy pioneers to whom the nation owes so much. 12mo. Illustrated. 256 pages. Cloth. Net, $1.50, postpaid.
RELIGION AND THE SCHOOL, By EMIL CARL WILM
NEW YORK THE ABINGDON PRESS CINCINNATI
A book of delight both to the native "Cape Codder" and to the summer risitor
Profusely illustrated in black and white by Louis H. Ruyl. $2.00 net
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY: BOSTON AND NEW YORK
SWEETSER'S WHITE MOUNTAIN GUIDE
A new revised pocket edition of this standard guide book to the White Mountains. Automobilists, trampers, and vacationists will find it up-to-date and authoritative in every detail. With maps. $2.75 net.
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY
Canadian Representative, THOMAS ALLEN, Toronto
For Nation-Wide Distribution
Three inexpensive reprints are now available for subscribers who, having enjoyed these articles in the Atlaste Monthly, desire to bring home to others certain phases of the present crisis. They are being widely distributed, not only by several State Councils of Defense, but also by individual men and women in many walks of life.
Cheradame's PAN-GERMANY, THE DISEASE AND
CURE, AND A PLAN FOR THE ALLIES
The new and greatly enlarged edition contains all the articles from The Atlantic Monthly as well as several additional chapters.
SCALE OF PRICES: 3 copies for $1.00, postpaid; Single copies 35 cents each, postpaid. 5000 or more at $.23 per copy; 1000 or more at $.25 per copy; 100 or more at $.28 per copy. Carriage additional.
Odell's PETER SAT BY THE FIRE WARMING HIMSELF
In this paper Reverend Joseph H. Odell, who has, as he says, 'probably written more in defense of the ministry than any other clergyman,' attempts to bring home truths to clergy and laity. Many will defend has writings at this time; many condemn. My soul has waxed hot within me as I have watched the part played by the Christian ministers during the present crisis.' Each, 10 cents; $5.00 per hundred.
Joubert's NEIGHBOR HANS
As proof of the almost unbelievable perversity of character which marks the German officials and officers, Wilfred A. Joubert offers the story of his experiences with a Junker-born neighbor in southern Mexico. The man was a university graduate of the military caste. His code of ethics, and his absolute disregard of the rights of his neighbors, so nearly coincide with the spirit which caused the European calamities of the last three years, that the experience reads almost as a parable. Each 10 cents; $5.00 per hundred.
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Simon Lake tells in his new book THE SUBMARINE IN WAR AND PEACE everything of possible interest about undersea navigation. The romantic story of the submarine has never been told so adequately as here by the great inventor whose renowned "Argonaut " in 1897 aroused world wide interest. He covers the whole subject clearly and satisfactorily, giving information of equal use to the general reader and to the deep thinker who is especially interested in the scientific side of submarines. There are 80 unique and original illustrations on all phases of the submarine, some very suggestive of future developments. Price, $3.00 net.
What Did We Get for $25,000,000 ? THE VIRGIN ISLANDS: Our New Possessions and the British Islands, by THEODOOR DE BOOY and JOHN T. FARIS, describes in the most interesting manner for the general reader, the intending visitor to the Islands, and the investor looking for possible business openings what they wish to know regarding these new possessions of ours, formerly the Danish West Indies. The whole scope of the Islands is covered from personal experience. The romance, history and stories connected with the different places are given. Very profusely illustrated, with 5 maps. $3.00 net.
A Remarkable Biography
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF STEPHEN GIRARD: Mariner and Merchant. By JOHN BACH MCMASTER. The first adequate biography of the famous Stephen Girard. It is the enthralling story of his career from cabin boy on a French merchantman to that of merchant prince and great private banker and public benefactor. It is American to the core, and at the same time it is a striking picture of the times in which he lived. 7 illustrations (2 in color), 2 volumes. $5.00 net per set.
Hon. Oscar S. Straus, Ex. U. S. Ambassador to Turkey, writes of
THE WAR AND THE BAGDAD RAILWAY, by MORRIS JASTROW, Jr., Ph.D., LL.D. "I congratulate you upon this excellent study and valuable contribution to possible terms of peace." The Boston Transcript-"Of all the books dealing primarily with the prob lems of Bagdad, this, with its illustrative map, is unquestionably the best." It is the story of Asia Minor and its relation to the present conflict. 14 illustrations and a map. Cloth, $1.50 net.
The Basis of Enduring Peace
THE WAR AND THE COMING PEACE, by MORRIS JASTROW, Jr., Ph.D., LL.D., is a stimulating study of the "undercurrents" of the war. Written for those who wish to pass from a consideration of surface events to a deeper interpretation of the great conflict. It aims especially to provide a basis on which a structure of enduring peace can be erected. Price, $1.00 net.
OVER HERE. HECTOR MACQUARRIE, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery and author of that famous book for soldiers" How to Live at the Front," has written a highly spiced, diverting volume of snap shots of America which are most entertaining. $1.35 net.
THE TRAINING AND REWARDS OF THE PHYSICIAN, by RICHARD C. CABOT, M.D., Author of "What Men Live By." The author treats the subject in a fresh, vigorous fashion that will ap peal not only to students and doctors, but also to the general public. Illustrated, $1.25 net.