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Whnt Profruor Thornton Makes
o-i FjTi'iiiTT i\n MATTES: 'h- Sllllxnan l4Bßt>
/', ■ .'f Vale '' 2 1 erVitv for 08. By J. J. Tnom-
S? EL T D~ F.'n. S.. t'rof.«or of BxperJinental
Profeaaor IlKMßawai hns lor.g 'jeen famous for
his itedSM at the behavior of c«m, greatly
rarefied and oor.flr:<-<l. arfco« onder the excite
ment of electricity. His aim Ma not been utill
tastaß. Bk* that of Vtata. Hewitt. Moore and
oth<-r invr-nt..r> of racftwa tabe lights. It is
pfcOaaopfalc*!. Uher. and. hence, akin to the
jmri'Ot"' s thai inspired «>ookes nnd Konlßen.
Th" OuatarUsi Ogmtor. however, has gone
furti. than Mi] one elaa In certain directions,
and witMn the last few years has been led to
the adoption of revolutionary vi*ws ronccrning
the natur<» of matter and of electricity. While
th<* n^w theories nave not been fully established,
they have attracted wrld-wii"-- attention and
ptWH.I ■ tbelr itbor into paf Har prominence.
On*> <■ many reoognltlona of the place he now
haUa in the realm of ■rtfn « was the unsuccess
f ; u effort of OflfmnMa Piilveialty to persuade
him 10 Make Wear-Tori* Ma home. Another was
th*» lavttattOfl of rale to deliver the lectures
j,*r« r*-pr.-.,iu. -*"i. and sotting forth the reasons
for he faith thM is ir. him. It may be added
that though the aiaart physicists feel obliged
to Baaaaaal judgment upon some of his conclu-
Btaoa because of their far-r^arhing character.
his woik baa featsvea irblch appaal to the popu
lar mind It hi Profrssur Thomson who first
nnnnurced the paeorery at particles much
miaul i th:m the atom. and suggested that the
in.. m Haetf m a oaanpeatte body— a theory
«i,l'h he :| <; Un to ui stand th«» mysterious
behjr»! r of radium.
in the textbooks in pfcjratea it V: ' 1S bP " n eo»
tfimary :o GtfOxigaUb sharply between force «•«
m:,n. nnd electrtctty ba« been looked upon as
simply mm form at (awe. Phenomena have
been observes, however, which indicate that
on* kind if Hertririty »om«tfmea acts like mat
ter. J>f«»rcncc is here made, not to the currents
■which flow sdong metallic conductors —a tele
graph wire, for instance- but to the sort which,
hafawX imparted to an object, remains stationary
on its surface for a t!m». The latter is rail
•tHtic dectricttr. "When a gas has been eub
ifdfii to • ■■■"..!! Influences, its resistance to
the pa~T~l • f vlclty through it is dimin
ished. Ii > ■ : lid to be ionized. An exceed
l&gjy B» I "• ' .if it Is supposed to be
broke i op into • •■• • kind* of particles, one posi
tively Heomf.ed and the other negatively. To
their presence Professor Thomson attributes the
temporary Increase in the conductivity of the
gas. But if the gas is filtered through cotton
wool the property Is lost, or, at least, dimin
ished. Professor Thomson interprets this result
as meaning that the electric particles have been
removed exactly a-« dust might be. His carriers
of small charges behave like bodies, and remind
him of an opinion expressed by Helmholtz.
"Electricity is divided into elementary portions
which behave like atoms." If an object, like a
brass ball in a laboratory, is negatively charged,
the Cambridge expert would pay that it bore
on its surface an excess of negative particles.
whereas he thinks of ■ positively charged bod;
as one that has been deprived of some of its
negative particles. To these, for reasons about
to be mentioned, he gives the distinctive name
The way In which Professor Thomson and his
assistants estimate the size of such particles is
to attempt to measure the electric charges
■which they bear. It Is also necessary to make
c computation as to their relative number, be
cause an essential feature of the calculation is
the division of the total amount of electricity
carried by the number of carriers. In this m.in
ner be Is led to conclude that a positively
charged particle Is about as big as an atom of
hydrogen has been supposed to be, but that
the negatively charged particles are so much
mere diminutive that at least a thousand would
be required to equal an atom in bulk. Whether
or not the disparity Is quite as great as he imag
ines Is open to doubt, but other investigators are
satisfied that there is a remarkable difference in
elze between the two. The feasibility of meas
uring the charges carried by these tiny objects,
or, at least, of getting a fair approximation of
them by combining experiments with mathemat
ics, Is conceded by other instructors in physics.
The old notion of an atom was that it was
Indivisible, and hence the smallest thing In ex
istence. Professor Thomson conceives of it as
an association of positively and negatively elec
trified particles. As the former are assumed to
be much bigger and more numerous than the
latter, he constructs an atom by putting a sin
gle positive particle on the outside of the group,
like a shell, and disposing his corpuscles in the
Interior. In accordance with principles estab
lished long ago, the negative particles would
repel each other (having the same kind of elec
tricity on them), while they would all be attract
ed by the positive element which incloses them.
Two pets of Meal forces, repulsion and at
traction, would be at work, and these would so
operate as to determine the relative positions
v. ii.li the members of :•. single system would
occupy. Professor Thomson accepts Faraday's
ideas In regard to the "lines of force" which
exist in an "electric field" — a region in which
the influence of the electricity residing on the
surface of a body is felt. • A similar condition
exists between the positive and negative poles
of a magnet. Faraday thought of those lines as
curved, and composed of tubes In the ether.
The Cambridge scholar sees in imagination
those same lin«-s of Coras and tubes of ether
reaching from the negative to the positive mem
bers of each atomic system. Though he does
not here Indicate the force which corresponds
to cohesion— together the different atoms
of any object makes electric attraction the
bond between the component parts of every
atom In the universe. Electricity, then, ha held
to be present everywhere and co-exlst«?nt with
We are further taught that corpuscles, whether
they come from the cathode of a vacuum tube or
aorr.e other source, are all alike. Apparently It
makes no difference from what substance they
are obtained. They are to be thought of as
fundamental, exactly ac the atom used to be.
To account for the dissimilarity In the eighty
odd chemical elements now on record, it Is neces
aary to conceive of their atoms not being built
on the same architectural plan, though the ma
terials are Identical. One difference might re
ault, tor instance, from unlike proportions. In
tareetinr. i: not Important, suggestions on this
point have been furnished by Professor Mayer's
experiments with a lot of tiny magnets. These
were needles, thrust through floats of cork Ver
tically and placed In a dish containing water,
with their negative ends upward. Over them
■was suspended the positive pole of a larger
magnet. The arrangement, dictated by the at
traction of the latter and the mutual repulnlon
cf the : ■ - •■.■<- poles, varied with the number of
needles. The forces exercl»ed reached a fat.
of equilibrium on!y after more or less of a
change of place occurred. Professor Thomson I
aaetn* to think that the differences In ato:nl<:
«-elsht and properties which character. CtM
element* might be explained largely. if not a*,
tirely, by differences in (be number of negative
particles co:ri;jo«irg their atom*.
I» Is not n-H-essary to aaaaOM that becaca* iJu
fjatai between the mwanhtia of an atomic
gr<-ui remain iialtered. and the number com
posing It air- unchanged, the corpuscles mus:
be at rest. Each individual particle have
a rotary motion, aemewhat akin to that
m the placets In tba. eolar ayatem, ProfaMor
Thomson makes such a movement, and the vo-
Iccity with which it takes place, important fas
tors In bin theory. He would have stability or
permanence depend on the maintenance of a
given apeed. If the velocity falls below that
critical value the group might lose its coherence,
and a convulsion — perhaps an explosion —
In that situation, it is imagined, what physicists
call "potential energy" would be converted into
"kinetic «nergy," and thf> change would violently
liberate a considerable number of eerpasc!o&
Here in a possible key to 'he behavior of
radium. According to Rutherford, of GUI
T'niverfHy. Montreal, that substance aives ofT
three kinds of radiations. lUrtdc Tver.: its warmth,
and a gaseous emanation, now Identified aa
helium.. The first r.n- l phenomena are called
"alpha," "beta" ami "samma" ray*. Whatever be
tIM nature of the "gamma." rays, the others are
believed to ba minute partidM shot out from the
substance, one set betas positively electrified
and the other negatively. Moreover. It has been
suggested that the sinßular difference in m
perature between a bit of radium and Us sur
roundings is due to the bombardment of its own
mass from within by Bach particles. The ve
locity with \vhi< h "beta" ra>-« are thrown off,
nearly equal to that of ilghi. indicates the lib
eration of a. remarkable amount of energy, »nd
the question arises. Where does it come from?
Professor Thomson thinks that aome of th.
atoms of a siven specimen are disintegrating
and exploding, because the velocity with which
their constituent corpoaclea are moving h;i.«
fallen below the critical point. Inasmuch as the
absented phenomena appear to continue for
months and years without perceptible diminu
tion, he susp^sts that only a few atoms reach
a state of Instability at one time, and that dis
integration ?■>.-•<= on gradually, not abruptly.
The time for final lodgment upon the Thom
sonian theory of an atom baa not yet arrived.
Few phyaietata ret regard it with favor. The
pimple fact that it seems to offer an explana
tion of panting activities that have been no
ticed only within a few years is an Insufficient
reason for adopting it. even provisionally. Nev
ertheless, it haa s<-t the wisest students of mat
ter thinking aerlously.
For Both 6ez«*— City.
THE F.ERLITZ KBOOL OF UXGU^FS,
Madison P'luaie (1122 Hr(«(i»«yi. I klyn, .*S r>.urt St.
Fchrol open ull Summer. Trial iesson free.
Tor Boys and Young Men— Country.
Examinations (or Admission
Will be held in the Lecture room of the NEW
YORK LAW SCHOOL, 35 NASSAU ST.. BE
GINNING AT 9 A. M. THURSDAY. JUNE
16TM, AND CONTINUING TIHt'JUHI THE
FORENOON OF SATURDAY THE 18TH.
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Registrar, Princeton, N J.
MAPLEWOOD — Summer school for boys. Cor.cr.i Iv.lle.
ill- Venn. The location, beautiful, e]-vat.-d and healthful
as seasnore or mountain, mornings for stuly. af;r.:..«j:.>.
pupils taken to woods, m»-a'inw», boatmg. ate. Little bojri
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Hoarding sclkol for hoys and
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For Young Ladles — Country.
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r^tllclj- or.ened. for the construction of thirty boat
w»pjns. to be dellven.-'l on th« grounds of the Monmouth
Beach Life riavlnc Station, near the (lalllco Railroad
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June 18, 1904. for irradln* certain sm-i-ts and avenues
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V P..MY BUILDINO. WHITEHALL ST.. NEW
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MILTON-ON-TIIE-HUDSON.— Ncled for beautiful
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limited number of irueiu can he accommodated ft! ese of
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river In this favored section. l""or Infurir.atlon a id terms
address DORCAS 1IITI<!<. Milton Hudson. N.- V
CAYUGA LAKE HOUSE,
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Summer Resorts. '
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IN THE MOUNTAINS
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ILLUSTRATED BOOK, "SUMMEB HOMES." of 163
rages. It ~iv?> list of over Wu Hotels. Farm and Hoar.l-
Ing House*, with their location, rates tf board, lacllltles.
attract fee. Vacation liuieau at 123 Broadwaj. New
IX XIV TORX: 141. MB. KB. 425. 1.3T.4. 1.370 Croa.l
»ay; a Park Piece; 257 4th Aye.; 1:45 i',,lambus Aye.; Kg
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offices Franklin an.i West 42.1 Si. Ferries.
IN IIIVIUKI.VX; 4 Oourt St.; SCO Fulton St.; 390
1 re. Iwa) . '-:asit OfCe*.
J. C. ANPERSON.
G-neru! Passencer Agent. r.O Beaver St.. N. T.
Jtsk. AND COTTAGES
ON LOVVKR. SARANAC LAKF.
A ?nost delightful hike and mountain resort Open*
June .'.".t'i p.-rf<-ct CloU L.nks. Fishing. ItowinK. Bath-
Ina. Tennis rind Danelns;. Superior Music. Post, tele
graph telethon- offlc* in hotel. Booklet. O. S.
HOI LTOK. Uanacer, Ampersand. N. V. N. T. Otßce.
2f'.' Fourth Avenue.
ELIZA BBTHTOVm, NEW TORK.
One of tl ■• largest and fir»-!>t hotels in the mountain*
Modern Improvements. Etoetrie llßhts Fmvate bath*.
Pore runalim tpiinsj water IfUk and vegetables from
The Windsor farm •.•! : cardans. Orchestra.
SWIMMING I'OOI— FINKS!' «OI.F I.I'TKS.
Fork!.; address ORLANDO Kl-;i.!,«;o & SOX. Preps.
jT fTJTHEN benefits, iil«a«<>ire. and >v
/ >> novelty sre eonsMared there X.
1= m p'-i"'» 1" pomparo with th»
t- •<-. . weal r.t th« v!r't-r In «nrtrtpftt*4 nnd absolute
enloymt it . a«*rtd; ottHit. there's spadaJ rates now.
Bo . lei upon r< qu«tt.
>w J. A. A C. A. STi;\KNS, S
>v LAKE PLACID), N V. jr
_ _ S
IN THE ADIRONDACKS.
THE G3ANO VIEW.
LAKE PLACID. K. T.
All Modern Iniprov ements.
TENNIS. GOLF, nSHIKO, BOATUIO.
Further infoimatlon may be .ihtained from
Henry Alien, Mgr., Lake Fiacid, N. Y.
Or 2*9 ITH AY.. N. Y. TKI.F. 6'l4t? «'. Iv.AM V.
■ W M In the lif.ut uf the
Two large hotels and cottages overlooking two of the
most beautiful lakes In the region. Excellent trout
f.shlrK. bowline, boating, bathing, music; tennis; sanl
pAT "I," 1 t.iry jlumbtnic So pulmonary Invalids
t»1 "lil . M »!'Tate rates. Absolutely pure spring
water Reduction In Jtin<> ar.d September. Send for
artlftle catalogue. MOHLETS. en Lake Pleasant. Ham
lltor. County. New York
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W * Lake Fiacid, N. Y.
VOW ril?l-"*V ;';; ' ; '*'■■ •■■■••''"." located. Finest
iMJVV UrL.l, Btatins;. ; .If. Tennis. Uowl
inr. H'llfirds. etc. M>i*lc Hotel an', cottages; capacity.
4UO. DWIN H. LEE. M.ira'ger Winter end 'prlr.j re
. -■rt PHIVETOS INN I'rlnc»tr-n. N. J. Now booktag
at 3 Park flare sad H«t»l Manhattan. New Tork
ROBERT K. WRIUHT. Personal Representative.
TO ur.N i nut Till »i:.\mi> ON >im riTitF, I \KK.
n.-:ir I'AII. SMITH'S— It acre*. with large fri>ntKi;.
un like It.i» -i.-li 1 fruiii.- BSMSMSa 4 In.- tents. lee
lioux-. Mil .i tin. . rosUal riximn. lieuutlful ••■ !i .it
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linen. hrdilliiK. rhlau. s;lu«». kitchen utensils, furni
-.'!■■, « iirtiiliiM, .1..-. ft<-. Everjthlns; In |u«d order.
P. O. Bui 13K. N.-M Vorli rllj.
B CLINTON CO., N. Y. 1
I on i.vki; rnwruiN, in (ML* CM I
ICLINTOH 00., ■N. h\ilino. I
on i vh.;. cm \Mii.iiN in •kn:i'.i: I
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? Ttreueli i'lliuiiu MTVte* from N. Y. nn 1
B m«!n Use Del. A B»**a n. 11 . S bUm i
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■aisabethtowa, N Y. No Malaria.
DEER'S *i>rlr.K Water. Private liaths.
Kitctilc Lvghts. IviiKe 'Jaroen.
HEAD UTS Ciolf Uaks fcioderata HateK iv kleu
BKNJAMIM F BTVrSOM, Prop.
Beautifully situate!: m>»!ern Improvements; bathlnjr.
boating, r.shloK; In and out dot>r sjnAi»<-meiit». terms in «1
« rate Bead for circular. JRItoMR MUKTON.
MANHATTAN BEACH HOTEL
Will Open Wednesday, June 15th.
T. F. SILJ-K<:K. Manager.
280 4th Ay».. at 23rd Bt.. N. Y.
THE ORIENTAL HOTEL
Will Open Wednesday. June 22nd.
JOS. P. OREAVKS. Manager.
2Jfi> Ith Aye.. at 23rd St., N. T.
£S"Te!e. 0.240 flrarmrcy. care Town and Country Hotel
anil Travel liurent..
RICHFIELD SPRINGS, IT.
ON LAKE I'ANAI'AKAOO, 1,400 FKST KLEVATION.
l-'or Health. !'.<■■ I and H. -rreutlon has no equal In 11.0 atJ-te.
(The largest and Übt at this resort )
WILL OPEN WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29.
ltooklt*. on application.
The Great Sulphur Springs lluth!n« F:Btabll*hn:<nt Is
illrertly opposite ide Hotel Karllngtcn.
New Tork Office. — Hotel Earliritlon. 'J7th St. Wr»t. near
lt'( IlrlKM> SPHIN«;s, N. Y.
All Information at liesort llur*au.
<■.>» HP.OADWAY. NEW YORK.
RED SWAN INN
WARWICK, OBAXOB ('(tI'NTY, N. Y.
A now re»ort hotel; quaint, :ixtl*tl€\ original; for
►elect pat ron use; romiiHuUl in* 11)1) K-uritii; Ix-HUii
fully Bituutrd, lids I ban two hour* from New York.
i :.....,.- tlcßly or en ~iiit «■, «ltli ir nllliout Imth; Htrum
lie-ill, electric liiclil-. i-leviUor; f»r.-ll( nl rfolf .<>ur»e;
rluinnine drive*. <tprns .luuc I .Mil. Write for Ij.-iiiill
fullj lllUKtr-.it.il booklet.
<). M. BAItTLKTT.
Miibrook, Dutchess Co., New York.
Will open under new management June la(h. Ele
vation 1,000 feet. Orchestra. Golf. Bead fur Illus
WM. P. KENNEY, Proprietor.
THE COLUMBIAN. ~
1.000 lEI.ANI> PARK. St_ Lawrence. River. N. T. The
best located and most attractive hotel ainonj th-? Thousand
Islands. Famed for excellency of cuMn*. Orchentra and
all ■:,.-■•.■'..■.■. Open Juno ISth. Booklet.
In A. JOHNSON, Prop.
SHARON SPRINGS, N. Y.
White sulphur tathlnc establishment.
OPES JINK. 16TH.
A'va-d»<i a .llploma «-"id »il\pr medal
st the Parts Exposition, IS>OO.
PAVILION HOTEL AND COTTAGES.
Open Ji:n> % Zltt. •
.lon.V 31. GARDNER * RON.
VyW Elevation I.SOO. feet. Pure, dry mountain
nlr. All cily Improvements Booklet? unf In
i-JCjir formation at Room 803. Dun UuiliMng 200
.^SPS«S i! way, New York City.
List i f hotels In Sunday's Issue.
ALEXANDRIA BAY. N. Y.
THOUSAND INLAND HOl's: 1
O. G. RTAPI-iKS. OAT.er and Proprietor.
For rooms apply to Mr. J. B. STETSuN. Town*end
Bulldir.s; (Room 210). Broadway iin.l :ith' Street. New
SULLIVAN COUNTY (N. V.) RESORTS,
reached by the Nww York. On*"-*- •»<! Western EaU
• rwaa tresjs New Y«rk OUr.
Summer Resorts. I
The statistical records are the best evidence of
the popularity of the
They show that a greater number of people |
by over DO per ceat went to this section -during
the year 1903 than to any other mountain sec
tion during the same period.
THE ULSTER & DELAWARE R. R.
is the only . standard, gause line reaching nil
points in this health and pleasure resort, which
Is a sanitarium for everybody and a paradise for
children. There are over 1.000 hotels, boarding
houses and form houses located in this grand
and picturesque country, where you may board
for the season.
A little book on trout fishing will be sent free
on receipt of two cents postage.
The illustrated summer book, with map of the
Catskills and complete list of hotels and board
ing houses, will be sent free on receipt of eight
N. A. SIMS,
General Passenger Agent.
Kingston ißondout Sta.). N*. T.
THE GRAND ? HOTEL
Catskill Mountains, N. Y.
The leading hotel of the Catskills.
R*m«Hl«.ll>«l. redecorate- 1 , and refurnished since last sea
son. A mas-nuli en- resort (or pleasure and health: all
the comforts and luxuries of a high class city hotel In Ire
heart of the Catskiil Mountain*
OPENS JI.NE 25TH.
N. Y. Office 1,401 Broadway.
Telephone. 4,2^o— ttth St.
H. E. EPKR. Manager.
SH hours from New York.
Throuch parlor cat aarttea to
OX TOr OF CATSKIT.L MOUNTAINS.
OPENS SATURDAY, JUNE 25.
Santa mu;uis«-n<'-:it ai former years.
Bookirc. booklets, ;in<i further Information of
P. C. HUMPHREY. 506 sth Aye «M St.).
Tel.. 1061— S.Sth.
Churchill Hall &£&.
tT/.c RCXMERE V.'T.'^t,,.
IIOTM. HAMILTON (NOW OPEN).
Thn-e LeaillnK 11. .1.1., 11l « BtakDl Mountain*.
p. K. Cburcblll, M. I).. Owner. Edward «irin"ith. \lan
iis«t (now booking). 3 Park Place, telephone 60iO —
tin licit. 10 to 2 p m.
( EDGE ME RE CLUB.
35 Minutes from New York.
The FTXJF.MKKr: ASSOCIATION has sersireii,
for the exclusive dm nf members and atissts ap
prove hy the r.ovtrnorn, the r.-ell known
KDGKXBIUS IIOTV.L. which will hereafter be
the • tub H^use of II - Aaaoclatton.
orcxa Jl NF 2">TH.
NOTF: The ASSOCIATION luu arransr.l wtttl (
th«- lons Island Railroad t'nr.ij'n"--' tot '«<> Mb
paw. r --nri between EUljeniere ana Long
lHiar.il <"lty fur the exclusive use of club mem
Tachtlns. P.n-." ln», an.l Fishlnjf; Hiding and
... T-r.i.l«. -i '"rriQijot.
Oafava for aut'>niobil»"> and stables with ac
forr.ri...!«: i '
Fu'.l particulars furnished on request.
Uo.ikine Oftlce. Gilaajr House. it r n.i.tw»y and
;»th St AI.UIUtT K. KKI'.N, Manat-r. ;
HIM. SIDE PAR- fnl.nvl'.le. ( irar.ve <"o . K. V.—
1 Haaithy tocattoa; pood shade. «;.-xt.i table; price mo.l
crate. ' HAItI.KS HAI K.
Ideal for Health. Rrst and Itei-rratlon.
An Illustrated !.<>■.!<. . Dtalnlna a list of hotels and
boarding houses in l»'n* l»!»n'l. free on application at
I, i. ft R. ticket Aces, Astor House, I2v. l.".*:<
l(r.j*dway; 1* Btl Ay*. 774 Lextnstoo .we. 574
Colambua Aye. an.l *L> Wept l^Ctii st . New York; c.r
r..i 4 rents In stamps la HOWARD M SMITH. <ien
era: r**»rns;c« Af.-iu, L I. 11. H. 2tiT. Klfth-ave..
ri*sN!ipcijua. 1.. I.
Famed Id* the b«auty of Its environments, the high
character of Its eo,uli inenis an.l super! rlrj i»( Its cui-«lne.
Boat*. ■ 'If. tennis. aillUrtfa, bowling- bmg distance tela
tih ii:e. Surf and still water bathing A.-i mm daJloa
Sim All 'hi- eoaofofta •: home S.t: i for bookletl
THOMAS H. niASER. I'rcp,. d. E. COFFIN. Manager.
Alaaiaiicqua, L I.
-« HOTEL -*
A mattilflcent hl«h-cla»s modern hotel In the Garden
Spot of Lou* Island. (I.H miles from N. V.)
.1. J. LANNIN. Prop., lanlrn City. I. I.
Also Prop, of Summit £prtnf Hotel, Poland. Maine.
"ItoN AIKC." r \ i < Mim.ii:. !,. I.
Pin.litHTrrLl.Y SITUATED ON GREAT BOtTH BAT.
Ideal place for Families Same r.Tanaicement 21 years.
Choice ruomK, with private baths: cotlases; orrhistra
Illustrated Booklets. >f¥om :w. W. M. JENKINS. ITop.
LONG BEACH. I.ONO ISLAND.
LONG BEACH HOTEL,
New York's BMSH popular iumily seashore resort.
Always co<ii; boating, bathing. fishing, gulfing, tennis,
music; Improved railroad service; only *'• minutes from
Katt Mth St.. New Yolk City.
Send for booklet. A. E. DICK. Prop.
Also proatietof HOTEL OItENOM.E. Tth aye. and 6C«h
St., Now York City, where rooms may be engaged.
and II l(N]sl||.!> ((iIIM.I S,
SHBI.TEH ISI^AND. 1.. 1.. N. Y.
HOTEL OPENS JUNE 23.
FOP. PAMIHI.KT AND INFORMATION ADDRRS3
ROBKKT UI'KKAY, MANAGER.
23 UNION SQUAKK. NEW TOKK. 11OOM 3.
Bay View House. ;Ml-'; Ml -' ' V ! r? VN ," V. 1 M-*
■" J v » N. \. — A t.el<-<( fumtly ri—uru
Sprclul Hill.-, for .Inn,., hUo r.,u».i11. ll:lthlr.K, lUliio
yurhtlllg. golf. and pleuMtnt ,lrlv.-s.
C. M. X \\, Proprietor.
THE PIERPONT. »>«utifui hlaillw; i^aTeT
view; excellent t-iiisliia and
NKA(XIKr', L. I. service.
m:\\ -.i lit si: .
GREEN'S EUROPEAN HOTEL
!... ir.:« ; ,IU and Oreoa An-., Atlantic <'lty. N. J.
FIKBPHOOF; European plan; hot and cold sea
water baths: our own artesian water; Flemish cafe;
rooms single and en suite; rate Jl.iO per day and up
Capacity 100. White help exclusively.
I.|;i:KN A lI.VNX, I'ropr*.
ATLANTIC CITY. R. J.
Kerr.atns open througbout the year. Every known com
fort and convenience. (Jolt privileges; running water in
bedrooms. TRAYMOIIE HOTEL COMPANY.
U. S. WHITE. President.
-York Hep. at JSO Fourth Alt.
PJATCI Ocean Bnd M iryland Aye
nU I L.L Admirably sl'.ii.u-d
IMPERIAL M ::;:r -
AtIMUM I'lty. N. J. W. CHANDLER STEWART.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM.
New buildings Tilth every comfort, elevators, roof
solarium an-1 three nun parlors.
A % nplete bath department. »lvir..< Klectrlcal. Naj
heim. Roman and Hydrlatl?. using sea water for Whiles
aid gentlemen. Tralne.i operators only.
F. L. YOUNQ. General Manager.
HOTEL CLARENDON. vlr A Vulli«rcit I V?i.-. B M:h<
Newly Improved; lars 1 " piazzas; sun irloi •; wpmttmm
rooms -n suite will tiled b.rths Telephone-,, elevator.
etc Booklets 'maili-d V- M NI'IMAN. I'ropr.
TTTT ATJTTNfTTn'V Atlantic city. N. J.
lllli AIt,i.IIMUIUJ\. \.!clil»-;ui Av>. nail He,,,
Capacity RiMi. special spr'.ng rues. *Hi io |!ti ;«:r we**.
open all j?ar; booklet.
L. K. KUN7-. Owner A Prop.
HOTEL MAJESTIC, Atlantic City, N. J.
Ocean and Virginia Aye.. $10 per week and upward..
el^rator £om «m( tavrt. mAXVSI L -, ■ 1
Su m mer Resorts.
OPEN ALL YEAR.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
SPECIAL RATES TO JULY 9th.
Praclns <"■«. air. Cat? a-.j .Jrlll !>. ■> -m. 0.-mt, Front
Capacity i..--"> Iji >-.-•- ' ■ " '' n- •;!«■" !"'! "' .'■;.'',". l,
CHAS. R. MYERS,
iiwntr and Proprietor. ;
" MARLBOROUGH HOUSE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
STOXB. IRON AND &LATF. CONSTRUCTION*.
-A-h"IP b.'ook on Central Beachfront. Exclusive pa.ron
set Klrli Biale music every night In the year. Running
ice water and Bell telephones In the bedrooms, tea ana
fresh water In all baths Y.irhtlns. bathing, gelt, auto-
Bobihr.e. drlvinr. fishing-. lnnuni-rabie amusements.
JOSIAH HHJIH & SON'S, Proprietor* and Managers.
• HOTEL DENNIS.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Fired ly M. in? the Ocean: hot nml cold
•r:i nnler in |ir!v it i biths. 8 ..1f link
'""''"'WALTER J. BUZBY.
Avon-by-the-Sea, N. J.
I 1I 1 A high class family resort on the ocean edge. I
I Its superior equipment and faultless cuisine dl»- '
I tlnprulsh it a* one of the foremo:»t hotels of the i
I 1I 1 New Jersey r»s<>rts ?looms may now be reserved ■
, for any tim« during th» season.
OI'LNS JUNL 25.
:-;U«'\RIl I. SHANKS, Mamißer.
New Vm-k OOtpe, I 104 Broa.l-r«y.
', Tel.-phone. 4?55 38th St. !
I.O><; BRANm. WEST END.
■EUBCT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL
Ocean Front. Opens June 25th.
J. C. VAN < I E.YF, 1 'roprlcior.
MAK!OON HOI'SE, Brooklyn Hrigh'a.
WEST END HOTEL. AND COTTA'IKS.
Situated on bluff facing ocean, I'nexfeptloijabls irlv«« J
and mdl suitable for ant. mobillng
COTTAGES OPfB<ED SATURDAY JINK 11TH.
HOTEL OPENS THURSDAY. JINK ZUUX
New York O:ace. 113 Broad.vay (Room 78).
W. E. HILDKETH. Mgr.
The New Monmouth
AT SPRING LAKE. N. J.
Will open about June 2.VU.
Building entirely ol brick and stone, and located direct- I
ly on the Beach, with unobatrucwxl Ocean View.
The mill and most rr.i-lerr. resort note: on ;h<» coast.
with every known feature for summer comfort and tecrear
' Two miles from the New Jersey National Guard State
Camp and nnamcr rendezvous of the Regular Army.
Through Express sen. L>etwe»n New York. Phi lade I- I
phi.i ..•'. Spring L«Ju will be tnaueurated this, summer. ;
L'nd*r th<- well known manaueir.ent «4 Dwid B. l'lamer.
FUANK V. HHI7TE. KesWent Manager.
Spring Lake, N. J. Km Open.
LOUIS N. MOSS. Proprietor.
j Jill. ATT AIRY SFKISU LAKE. *. J.
1 XlJii AJLjI-^-I Il\l .. Under sam»
| manaK-ement. Directly on Beach E M. RICHARDSON
lit 1 M VIC. M \\ JKRSFA.
DUtECT OCEAN FRONT.
Opens June 25. .N"w open for ln«ue'"tlon.
Thoroughly renovated. For Information, call or ad
dress at Hotel FRANK DEWOLf.
Has Been Expended
IN' OCEAN" FRONT IMPROVEMENTS
SINCE LAST SEASON
COMB AND SEE THEM.
Third -•• "<"> Asbury Park. >'. J.
rentro of attrartlnnn. adjoining Beach. Largest
truest rooms of any hotel on Jersey OHM Capacity
Hli H A CO.. Proprietor*.
Also "Hotel Hick-." WlllUm.sport. Pa.
ASBURY PARK. M. J.
Noted tn Its high standard c: excellence.
Will open :<>r the (*imn»r Saturday. May 29th.
Dock!.', and terms upon application to
MORGAN * PARSON-;.
~~ VICTORIA HOTEL,
3d and Own «yes.. A»bury Park. N. J. ■■ yards from
»urf Now oi*n. 8- KEI.PE.
Asbury Park, N. J. — BELVEDERE HOTEL.
Directly on Ore in Front. Now Open. CHA3. A. TOUNO.
ASBL'KY PARK. N. J.
A whol« iiquara on th.> Ocean: finest hotel on th*
<*ou»t wtiit« service, superior orchestra, new sultea
with 'private bath». Ml booking; booklet.
P KIt.VXK B. CONOVEn.
TK» CXI? A IlA|?n (YEAN GROVE. X. J.
1 nC 3 I X A I I VJKUtMAIN AYE. AT THE BKACH.
bit rooms: jtoort table. A. W. LV.MAN.
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. DEF.NARDSVILJ.E, N. J.
Opens May 21. 35 mtl«s from New-York, on V.. U. It
V.' K. R. via Barclay or Christopher St. Ferry. AltttuJ*,
tOO feet. "CROlil'iK W. TUTTLE. i! S r
Telephone. 7B Bernard.-
THE queen/ ! °™ a ?RovKlHrectly? RovK
lHrectly on the oce.-in front. Bread Southern rxpoaura.
N.< moaQultoai no malaria; artesian water: «*ni for book
let Telephone. M. P. WiSWELL
HOTEL AND COTTAGES
ALLEKHURST, NEW JERSEY.
I.v*..- roc mi. l.ixurliMMlt furnNhrtl. in tni.
rluli hi'ii--. itntl furnNhed rutt:iß'"« to rent.
Surf l.utUllli.-. tin.- drives. (oM.
Scud fur Book. M. FRANK MKKH.VN, '■■■■ill
Sea t;!.:^ I'iirk. EC J. opens June 23th. Handsomely
fiirr.lsh.-.1. elevator; private baths; evening dinners; good
music. Write for tuoklet. W. H. GRO3SCUP. Mana«er.
PARKER HOUSE. s *£'; mT -
Twenty nftl: season. On ocean front. Modern. Perfect
aaiinaij conditions. Mrs. THOS. DEVLIN.
JEFFERSON. N. H.
A. J. MURPHY, Manager.
the . Open
MAPI.KW(M)I), >'. H.
SOCIAL AND SCENIC CENTER.
llljth Aim ■ '■ Free from hay '.• .- r Hotel
OPENS JULY 6. MaitlenotMl lull.i^ naarly
.•l.]. . OPES jINK To OCTOBER. Terms Mod
erate Accommodate* 1:15 people Leon H. Clll«y.
Mer. Write for Booklet* ICKAI « OT
TAGEB IX» RENT. Uook'ng at 3 Park Place.
TVHITK MOUNTAINS. N. H.
A llir.H -I I ASS SIMMER KKSOKT
PROFILE HOUSE and 20 COTTAGES
Conduct "d tor the comf.irt of a reflr.eJ p.i:ronaf«.
GOLF. TENNIS anJ all popular «mu**tneni> A !c!re»s
C. 11. nH.KENL.EAF. President.
H.l ME lIOVSE.
! Five miles from T'rotlie ..^•■■- owncrihlp). Deau:lf ll»
iltuate ! •.-.i.- many point* of Interest, open j i: ,.. i tJ
, Oct 10. » " ELLIOTT. Uuunr.
IN HEART OF WHITE MOUNTAINS.
BRETTON Ml PLEASANT
OKI. I iyj.-\ s Opens Jan. 23
WOODS, N. H. \ MOUNT WASHINGTON
< Opens July 13.
Along the North Shore of Long Island
Sound, at the charming inland locations of
Connecticut, and among the Berxshirt mi
Lnchfield Hills, reached by the fta^
through and suburban train service mania,
out of New York. Send 2-cent stamp to Je»
York. New Haven and Hartford Hailroai
Room No. 3. Grand Central Station, eir
York, or to Passenger Department, Ifa,
Haven, for descriptive books and list of
hotels, boarding houses, rates for board, u_i
~~ EDGE WOOD INNT
greentvich-on-the-sottxd. CONN. n
.vow open" for the -■•. '.! .■< ska3ow.
P,<vautlfally located, with all rooms en sutti m$ m
•m condition* and furnishing*. Careful service, for mZ
patronage. Superior stables and "amu" quarters io!7
Tennis. Casino sports; music and perfect walks and' irvrM
thro»«c>. otcturesqun country. w
, M p.ct-eagu. coo-tr,.^ P. SIMPSON. Manac^.
OLD !,YME INN". Lyiris, Conn. — Open all the ■»•»,. .
\J qui»i. homelike resort. service an<f table aaeei",.*
Telephone— -17-31 dajrbrook Division. Booklets. Sa_ll.lf>
It Hi iK IIU\D.
WATCH HILL, RHODE ISLAND
Ocean House and Cottages
Ol'fc.N JOE XOTII.
J. K. CHAMTUS,
Watch Mill house and Collates
OPEN JUNE 10 i ii.
i. T. CHAMPLIN. Proprietor.
H. U. >'»: IKR Mjoucr
IVatrh HIM to a iw.rlil i-aov.ne.i summer Ketott
for h.-nlth and r-.r. ...... Aiuu»rm.-nM: o_i f
I Hi— I>uni- Court-. 1......1 l'.u:it!nc. !: .thing » O() '
M,Silus. «;~..l X.....1- f..r A.:. ..,,,..>.,!,- ;n I l>r,vl«i
SEND f»m: l-.IMIKI.KTS. l
i *— mi ™""^ **™ ""~"*"~ "~^~~^
The Berkshire Hills.
New Marlboro Inn.
NEW MARLBORO. MASS.
(Under New Management.)
Located In the heart of the Iserkshire». Ideal attOsODa,
I Large airy rooms, table and service first .-las»: bathi; an
i and coM water on every floor Music; amuae-tieni*.
I Three hours from Grand Central Depot. StSM to inn.
! Ital-s— Sinjrle nit" person in room, $10 to 115; doable
1 two la room. $I>> to J'J«. Apply to the in n or 3 Park Place.
IV THK BK.KK-lIIItK IIIIL-.
the beautiful s'imm-r place of »B«on Pnetps Stokat.
lea*. .l and conducted as an Inn. -.»!th the »Kganc»iaj
exc'.u.slven«-»s of a hem* Golf. tennis, boatin?, as»
drives, magnificent so. mmwi . terma gMomlt; «peei»:
for June an-! July. v t yi tltulMl address H. —
! MERRIII.. Lcaoa. Ma— jThe P.ovult a. New Task
1 The Royal Pa.iv. M'iirrr. |Ih da I
THE MAPLE WOOD,
VMM. OPE> JINK IST.
Send for 1904 Booklet before looking elsewhen,
ARTHUR U. PLUMB. Prop'r.
THE RED LION INN. Now Open.
BEATON HAvX» opens June 23th. STOCKBRI2O2,
MASS in the Berkshire*, ri.vlera equipment; eaoaS I
surroundings, itolf. AIXEN T. TREAL WAY.
M VKKI rHr \l> Nr.( K. M V.-
Open Plumbing and lighted throughout by electrtaa.
Opens June 11th. Finest location on the North Star*
Every room has ocean vW\v. Special rates for Jam
Send for descriptive circular. E. G. BROWN, Proa.
IWX X 3Li 3?* "Ft 33
ptke COINTV, PK.V.V>VI.V.\VU,
SWITZERLAND OF .-'.ICA.
THRU. HOCK* rROM >. V. CITY.
Greatest health ana ■!—■ resort. Ma«ni.-tcent holMa
Every modern improvement. Exquisite viewa, WeanrltM
waterfalls. L>ell«htf 'i irlves. Personal repreasotattfwi
200 Broadway. ißoon; 303.>
M O TANESCA
The moat modern and elegant family resort .■-• ■>
Pennsylvania: 72 rooms en suits, with private b»:S»
Capacity 230- elevation. 2.tiO feet.
ELEVATOR ORCHESTRA. GOLF.
Booklets and floor plans mailed v; >n application.
I. D. IVISON. It:. Pocons. ?i.
BLLMONT HOUSE, MT.POCONO.PV.
DLL.'\U.> 1 liUL^C, S. \. » 'KNISH. PROP.
Best location; modem Improvement*, spaauu* graaaaa
V UK NT.
Til GREEN MO I'VT. Vt> ".
T AXE DUNMORE HOUSE
■*-' AM' rOIT.V(iK>, Lake DwwMw. *»
A most ptctur«»ijue lake and aaßawtflsl mountain rt**t.
Climate dry »nd cool. All forma of amusement, excsßw*
Sshlnr. Ideal wtUu and drives; Mtillim wrvlca and w>
sine; rates reisonable; new maoauenient; opens Jai « 'Ja
6«nd for Booklet. UfCM W. s&VKT.Y. aiHß^
LAKE RAPO>T>«I Hotel and Cottages: beasiyj', sect
J location: table and beds of the best; ■OCeri a»
venlencea. W. C. TIFT. Wilmington. Vt.
I N THE SHADOW OF THE ORXE3I MtTrVTAINS.
1 LJike Vlew-!n-the-Plnes. Lake St. Catherine. L »
& D C. FRANCISCO. Props.. Poultry. Vernxct. *»"
I'Koi nk sc.vkboko, mi:.
Ideally located, overlooking ocean and b*r: '-^
oufc-hly modern; ttshlr.K. bathing, saillns. soli: J >r:
tra. Reduced rates for T>n: an. l Septt-mber. Htuer
abls rates for July and August. Booklet.
FRANK. B. LIB3I
HIGHLAND r>ELU Stroudsourß. Pa.
Blue Kidse Mountain*. Elevation I.W -•<* 1—
Capacity 150. Steam heat, electrto >J«V «m^\s
to Vot. Booklets. Oolt
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS
2.300 FEET ELEVATION.
1* TUX VUUiINIA UOl M ' *
Ro»re tne Ki»rlj ttprtax Climate. th» V» .iter* Batf»
II itei» uiU »oeu«r» B*vo au fc«*a^i u> Aiuertc*
Kneum»:l«m. «Jut. o^e«lty and n«n tra ' •;""* B^s»
Sew »iotr Club House *ua Squaah Court. .. ■•■■>* « .^^
Car.. Pln«-Pon*. et.-. Fine Qolf .' ur.e *'i D^ui - »
ri*a»ur« fi^\. ex-fll^n: livery and a., outdoor ,*»"<—
TUG NEW HOiUL»l'E^U>
Is . nquestlonai.;, the ' ■, -.t ail-year-round *I*°?J^?£
Amaru- a. 2icJoia la the stru-tesl «n»e. ccD'.j;- l « |jJ|- ,
b< «..«: lines tuJ by i-» -■*■****
Bruker » cUic-s ■»..:: direct N. 1. wlr-. .- —*
Pullman Compartment Car via W^ahlnjton •***^ -- .
York *.» P. M.. arrive. Hoc iprln*. 3 J3 A. M - ro Tsi
aiun ticket* a: 1 neeapeake 4 Ohio i««a. jo- Brl —
aoJ i.SW» »nnsyl\anU Kal'.r .vJdress
rKi.L STKRKX. Ittucx. Hoi ai)ria«s. »*>
ST. ANDRE^TS. **&
On Passam.ll loddy Car, n^*r Eidtport. Ma. BK* 4
golf links, boating. be.thin«. !V*air.f m«sw>
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Riverdale on Hudson. N. '•
Now open: 30 mlr.'Ues from Grand Central^
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mO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN.— ThI" " "'^J'fl*
1 thai we. th* uniieraUnetl. will net t>e .- '-^'"lii *
any debts or obligation, contracted by Claud* APlTjafc
ID* nan* of Oriental Caady Company. Ij»t*f Jo^»W
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