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TLbe <3ranb Xlmon
WOOLLEY A fiEKHAJVS, Proprietors.
Plans six] particulars can tie obtained at the
HOTEL MARIE ASTOI.NKTTE,
Broadway. Mta to 67th St., New Tork.
OPENS JUNE 24TH.
fpecial Kates on Application.
R. G. 6MVTH. Lessee.
A f.'MMLR F.KSOP.T ' V THE BEST CLASS.
MIZZEN TOP HOTEL
Oa essat at Quaker Kill, Pawling, N. T. Two hours
from New York CKy via Harlem H. R. i.2or> feet ele
vation, deliirhtfui Eurrour»llnKP. golf, tennis, music etc.
>.>■»• prj-.-ai'- baths this tf-ason. Will or*n June 2OU>
tinder new management. Circulars and information on
HOWE & TWOItOGEE,
PAWLING. X. Y.
During winter. Princess Hotel, Bermu'la,
$3,000 FREE STEAM LAUNCH
Accommodates 75 people; larg» lake, excellent flah
lcg: all amusements free; Jersey milk drink; fresh
vegetables ar.d berries;; $8 week: circulars. MARANA
COOK HOTEL. Maranacook, Me. Also, 22 housekeep
ing- cottages to let.
FORT WILLIAM HENRY
LAKE GEORGE, N. Y.
i MOST Orchestra; fine golf links,
i BEAUTIFUL f!*hir.g. bathing, boating
j RESORT tennis, billiards, &c
[ UEWTOHK WILLIAM P. CHASE.
4> — — &
Hote^GrenoTfe. (M * ■ »nd 7th Aye.
I Hotel Champlain I
1 AND COTTAGES «i
§ CLINTON COUNTY. N. T. g
ft ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN. X
« In centre of Natural Park of 450 acres. =$
?« Ready for reception of guatt* June Ist. VI
| GOLF— TENNIS— SAILING |
'& Through Pullman eervlc* from N. T. f?
<^ On main line D«L and Hudson R. R. S miles A
£, from PJattetMSJeT- i
JS 6«nd for Illustrated booklet to *
«* E. L, BROWN. Mgr.. care DeL and Hndssn ?
*3 uptown office, 1364 B'way. *Pbon« 6686— 3Sth ]X
r> unui July Ist then at hotel. -»
CtO Two particularly fine cottages to rent. i
Twc particularly fine cottages to rent. a
SHOREHAM INN and COTTAGES
iHOREHAM-ON-BOUXD, I* I.
Carien Spot of Kerta Shore. In Highlands. Select
Ffcrr.Hy Hotel. Bathing.
y OCEAN HOUSED
WATCH HILL, - - R. I.
Fcr Information and particulars address
J. F. CHAMPLIN.
. WATCH HILL HOUSE '
Sk Address HARVEY S. DEN (SON * A
Queen of Seashore Resorts
l*n*<juar.ed Bath Ins;. Casino. Country Club. Golf.
Polo. Tennis. Fishing. Boating
NEW MATHEWSON ( GKEEN'B INN
MAESASOIT i COTTAGE
Address above Hotels
THE MANISSES, BLOCK ISLAND, R. I.
Fifteen miles at sea: daily boats from N. Y. without
change. Every modern convenience. Bathing, fishing,
boating, orchestra. N. T. ofllcs. Town & Country. 2&1
4th Aye. References. Booklets.
C. E. & E. A. BROWN, Props.
GREENWICH (ON THE SOCND). CONN.
» miles from New York. 80 trains dally
r^.-4 .. Picturesque Country
Casloo. Go.f, Tecr!». Bowling. Spaclou. Verandas.
Concerts ted Dancing daily In "The Court"
. D. P. SIMPSON. Manager.
HAJVIUJCIIST, IJTCHFIELD. CONN.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Op*n» June 23i!i,
BOOKLET ON APPLICATION.
BROWNE * BPERRY. Proprietors.
V BUMMER HOMES IN GREEK HILLB OF
ermont and Lake Champlain.
Terms $1 to $10 per week.
New trains tetween Boston. New York. Springfleld
and Vtrmont point*. As good as any on the con
««r.t IM-pas* Illustrated brocfa.tr* aalUd free on
mom of «c In stamps for postage. a
_A4<!rM» A. W. ECCLEBTONB. 80. rase >-. ana
■*os4wajr. New York City. " AKI - " 3
LAKE BOMOSEEN r?^MP-
V*-. tt t a tie, w. c mound. Prep..* Hy"*v'm,. vt.
phOEi-KCT HOD« AND TEN COTTAGES, on Laic.
J-. - uti&fecea, in tte Gre*n Mountains. For booklet ad,
tnm U. B. EUJS, CsMitea. .Vermont.
HOTEL LA REINE
RIGHT ON THE BEACH
50 Miles from New York.
Long distance telephone and running water in every room. Private baths: white
help; unequalled location. Beet service and best appointments of any hotel on the Jer
BRADLEY BEACH is the most healthful and beautifully located resort on the coast.
High elevation. Fine pine groves. Excellent bathing grounds. New ocean walk. Fish
ing, boating and refined amusements of every kind.
Express trains one hour and seventeen minutes from New York.
For descriptive information and rates apply to
Frank DeWoif, Hotel La Reine.
This beautiful, new hotel is located in
the suburbs of Montclair, New Jersey,
fourteen miles from New York by rail
A MOUNTAIN HOME AMID
Largp, well-furnished rooms supplied with
every modern con\enience and romfort. Grill
rooms, tennis courts and automobile garage.
Descriptive book upon request.
THE MONTCLAIR HOTEL CO.
Thru. 1410— Bio™.- MONT CL AIR. N. J.
Atlantic <"lty, N. J.
With Its maßnlflcent ten «tory fireproof addition, pre
sent* the. finest equipped and moat modern of Atlantlo
Clty'i leading hotel* Superlative In construction, ap
pointment and service. Guests' rooms averaging 19
feet aquare. and each with full ocean view I'rlvat*
baths, fresh and sea water attached to each room.
Epaclous solarium and conservatories on roof. High
class orchestral concert* dally. Oolf privileges to
■ruests Capacity. 800 Illustrated booklet upon re
quMt Traymore Hotel Co.. I>. S. White. Pres ; Cham.
O Marquette. Manager
NEW HOTEL RUDOLF.
ATI-ANTIC crrv. N. J.
Directly on the beach; 400 rooms. 200 with fresh and
salt water baths attached: American and European plan:
cuisine a ppeclalty. Newly renovated and decorated, and
new management. Personal direction of JOEL HILL
MAN. PROPR. Also Proprietor of Harvey's Famous Res
tyrant, of Washington, D. C. The new and popular feat
ure of this hotel is the Red Rambler Grill.
Virginia Aye.. near Beach. Atlantic City. N. J.— Open ad
the year. Fine Table- Suite* with private b«th. Hand
somely furnished. Perfect •anltary arrangements. EJa
vator to all floors. Special Rates for Winter. Capacity 280.
MRS. N. R. HAINES, Owner and Proprietor.
Kenturky Aye.. near the Beach.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
100 bright sin* rooms. Congenial environments. llii?fi
class cuisine. Special table aervi'-e. Rate J12.00 and up
per day. Weekly $10.00 and up. N. T. fXßcft. Normandt«
Restaurant 82 Union Square. Write, call or 'phone 1222
Sttiwe—Jit. 8- L. MTJRPiIT. Prop.
ATLANTIC CRT. N. J.
,Inmu.li White it hons. Proprietors.
TL.- ft|-«*«J»- Virginia Avp. and Krach,
The Clarendon r^/°H"^?r
\ VERMONT HOUSE. Vermont Aye.. near Reach. Atlan
tic City, N. J. Open all year. Private baths, ex
cellent table and service. Fresh vegetables from farm;
$1.60 day up; $8 week up. M. E. GEIGEK.
On the Seashore
Is the Ideal way to spend ths hot summer days. Let us
tell you about
a new development within dally commuting distance of
New Tork. and being sold to a nice refined class of peo—
KEANSBURQ SHORE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
141 L.-citdway. Now Tork. Phone 6&8 Cort.
SOMERSET INN cottages.
UfcKNARDsVILI.E. N. J.
Golf. Tennis; Swimming Pool; miles of macadam
roa<3« for motoring and driving-. Altitude 800 feet.
Capacity 300. Write for booklet. BKKX R. VllElA'S.
THE ALLAIRE, ""-IP/-™-
Direct ocsaa front. Booklet £. M. RICHARDSON.
NBW-YOKK DATLY TRIBUNE. SUNDXY. -TUNE SO. 1007.
A NEW HOTEL
Bradley Beach, N. J.
Adjacent to Asbury Park.
ASBURV PARK. N. J.
Noted by tourists for the high standard of excellence
maintained. Located in the best section of the city.
Directly on the Ocean esplanade.
Booklet. MO KUAN & PARSONS.
"NORTH JKRSEVB BEAUTY SPOT."
NO MOSQUITOES OR MALARIA.
FINE HOTELS AND BOARDINO HOUSES.
Uutel Information and Booklet of th« City
upon request to Publicity Bureau.
800 MATTI6ON AYE. ASBUKY PARK.
Asbury Park, N. J.
01'Js.N ALL Tilt YEAR.
Suites of rooms with private baths. Elevator.
A. M. SEXTON.
THE ABERDEEN i **£%&*£?*. *
Block from Ocean.
Thoroughly Modernised. Abundant Table. Tele*
phone 388. Booklet JOHN R. WIITTB.
A6BURY PARK. N. J. FIR3T AVE.VUBI
Near beach; with open view of ocean. Sun Parlor and
billiard room. Servlo* and culalne unexcelled. Moderate
rates. Booklet. 'Phone 860. A. H. LUCK. Prop.
HOIEL MONMOUTH, asdubtjpark.
Unobstructed view of the ocean. Now booking for
the season. WM APPLEOATB. Prop.
MINOT HOUSE: SZ.-L*.
Booklet on request. Capt. J. MINOT.
Aabury Park, New Jersey.
GRAND AVENUE HOTEL, asbcbt
Open all year round. Day and niltht. Acconnnoja
tlons for 200 guests. Special rates and. attractions for
autumn and winter season.
JOHN HUBBARD. Proprietor.
X. Anbury I'ark. N. J., near foot of Fourth are.
C< ntrul to all attractions on the beach.
Phone. 244. Booklet. E. A. CROPPER. Prop.
THE MiII, HOSE. Asbnry Park. N. 1.
IVllichtful central location on Asbury Aye.. opposite
Library Square. Fine patronage maintained. Open ail
the year. Write for rate*. Telephone ß.
( C. S. COOK. Prop. _^
FERN WOOD VILLA . i*ZT^ F
Fairly Hotel. Rates moderate. W. E. KEENBT.
HOTEL WALDRON Z^WStt a.
Kates tS to *15. Booklet. f E. GEO. HULLING.
THE GREEN INN
COTTAGES AND BrNOAIOW'S.
MONMOITH 111 11. >'. J.
Finest place on Jersey Coast. Now open.
This magn'flcent property has. under new ownership
and proprietorship, been re-equlpped throughout with
every modern accessory to comfort md convenience.
Come down and see the Improvements. The new pro
prietor, Mr. Armstrong, formerly of Hotel Beechwood.
Summit, N. J., Is now on the premises. Address
H. K. ARMSTRONG.
The Green Inn, Monmouth Beach, N. J.
HO! FOR THE GLORIOUS 4th.
HOLIDAY WEEK. 11.25 PER DAT.
STRATFORI) Octa.a Grove, N. J. Main ay .
3 lUAUUUU 8d door ttom the ocean
Good table; A. W. Lyuian.
Reasonable, ■«■. VV. .Ly 111 ail.
OUR MOUNTAIN GUIDES
Skilled by Yeais of Alpine Mountain-Climbing, Will Lead You to Peaks
Above the Clouds Loftier than St. Bernard, Grander
than the Jungfrau, in the
CANADIAN NATIONAL PARK
ALONG THE LINE OF THE
OIK HOTELS AT OCR SLMMEU KESORTS AT
BANFF, LAGG4N, GLACIER, FIELD,
EMERALD LAKE AND OTHER POINTS,
are models of comfort an>l convenience, nn>l to those who take delight In rambles in shady woodlan'l
paths by lake and «troum. or seek with sportsman's seat the haunts of the denizens of the forest or
the finny Irlbrs ■ f thn waters, ■ vacation In the) Canadian Rockies effurs unequalled .opportunities.
OIK TRAIN SERVICE IS PERFECT.
Our Swiss Guide service in the mountains fully described in our illus
trated booklets, which are sent on application.
ROBERT KERR, P. T. M. E. V. SKINNER, A. T. M.
1 & 458 Broadway
Montreal, Quebec. . and 281 Fifth Aye., N. Y.
The Great Health, Rest and Pleasure Resort
OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND
The Mt. Clemens Mineral Water* are unrivaled for the cure of RHEUMATISM AND
ALL NERVOUS AND BLOOD DISEASES. The merits of the Mt. C!e|nens Mineral
Baths are attested by prominent physicians in all parts of the country. Two hun
dred hotels and boarding houses off^r accommodations and rates to l.uit all tastes
and purses. Mt. Clemens is delightfully situated 20 miles from Detroit. Through
trains from the East and West via Grand Trunk Railway System. Detroit suburban
electric cars every half hour. Illustrated book of Mt. Clemens mailed free. Address,
F. R. EASTMAN, Secy., Chamber of Commerce, MT. CLEMENS, NUCB
THE ALBPRTSON fSttSSg.
Send for booklet and terms. J. K. A 1 11KRT8OX.
TUT nni nillJll 1 Main Ay*. Open view of Ocean.
IS! El-W A 4 KenTnt'r OTSS
Capacity 100. ' Booklet. ft rOSTBR
LAKESIDE INN i COTTAGES fSS&JI^«
Dry lnvlKoratlnV mountain air. unequalled for tnvalMs
and ehlldren: boatiw:, Bshlnj J.1v1i.,, practical place for
business men and families. -
THE ORTLEY INN
HQUAN BEACH. N. J. On the Sea Shore Line of th«
I'uiiiia, R H Midway between New York and l'hllft.
Kino eurf bathing, iiailine and Hshlni:. Opens for 22nd
season July Ist. Terms $8. $10. $12. $14 per week,
season d»d »^ CJ> MK3 C- H V AN HAASIIEEK.
Ortley. N. J.
1- AKB VILLA. 4B Broadway. Ooean Grove, N. J. — I'n
\j obstructed ocean view. Superior table, airy rooms.
Accommodates We. *1 to »10 __
aj - :.- '11— Uami*A- k Bath Aye.. Ocean (JroTP. >'. J.
nOrni3n nOUSC2«'O yds. from Beach. Opan to Deo.
BUDDS LAKE, N. J.
Special Rates over Fourth. 48 miles D., L. & W. Baas
Fishing;. Bathing. Tunnla. Bowling. Music. Elevation
1,800 feet. F. M. DURYEA.
THE PALMER HOUSE, SSS£° j.
Now open. OverlooklnK lake and ocean. Booklet.
J. R. PALMRR, formerly Palmer House Lakawood.
■™~~ MAINE. ~ 1
CUSHIMG'S ISLANO.the of Casco Bay
OTTAWA HOUSE and COTTAGES.
Now Open. Extensively Improved and refurnished.
FISHINi;. BOATING, BATHING, TENNIS, ETC
BEAUTIFUL SCENBRY. PURK SPRING WATER.
CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
Booklet. BOYCE «: HATFIEL.D.
A DVEH.TISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
XX. received at their Uptown Offlca. No. 1364 Broadway,
between 88th and 37th sts.. until 9 o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received at the following- branch offices at tegu
lor office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. vii : 254 Sth aye.,
a. c. cor. 23d st. ; 153 Oth aye., cor. 12th at.; 02 East
14th st.; 25T West 42d St.. between "th and Bth ayes. ;
263 West 123 th St.; 1338 3d aye.. between 76th and 77th
He.; 1023 8d aye.. near Hist St.; 1708 Ist aye.. near 8»tt»
St.. 187 East 126 th St.; 700 Tranoot are.; CiO 3d aye.
rV Largest, most modern, finest located hotel at this beautiful
mountain resort, situated in its own park of 200 acres of delightful walks,
lakes, waterfalls, and has the exceptional advantage of having the natnral
draught of cooling summer breezes created by the "Gap" formation in which Kit- l
tatinny is so favorably situated. The hotel is newly furnished has steam heat, open
wood fires, electric lights, elevators, sun parlors, private balconies, spacious vaxandaa,
etc. Rooms all large, pleasant, with excellent views, overlooking from its high elevation
the upper waters of the Delaware and the rich foliage and profuse growth of Rhododen
drons in its own park.
Rooms single and ensuite, with private baths. Hot and cold mountain spring water in ad rooms.
Cuisine is of the Best, Table Being Supplied Daily from Hotel's Own Farm
Numerous diversions comprise golf, tennis, bowling, billiards, pool, fishing, boating. bathln&r,
driving, etc. Musical concerts morning and even ing, with frequent dancing. Long distance tele
phone and telegraph offices In hotel. New illustrated booklet showing scenes In Kittatlnny
Park and other points of interest In and near Water Gap. Also auto route map from New
VYork to Water Gap on application. Livery and Garage. Only ZVi hours' time from New York
' V via D.. L. &W.R.R. _. Fourth July Attractions. Special Rates. Ala Carts Service.. A
G. FRANK COPE e^ m^ >~*»w Proprietor J
DELIOHTFUL DIRECT SEA TRIP
NEW YORK TO
11 51 ill vUU lIA
DOMINION ATLANTIC RT. CO.'3
SUPERB ID-KNOT EXPRESS
S. S. PRINCE ARTHUR.
FOB KATES. TICKETS. SAILINGS and beautifully
Illustrated "Land of Summer Ke»t" apply to Company's
General Agents. THO9. COOK * SON. 245. 1200 Broad
way. «14!» Madison Aye.. and Fifth Aye.. cor. 46th St.;
or any tourist agent.
NO HAY FEVER. Summer temperature averages 71
degrees at norm. Flrst-claas hotels; also Rood board
In town and country. Boating, salt and fresh water
ashing, hunting. SOU; charming drives: excellent roads
for cycling an.l n>»turlnic. Regular steamship service
frmn Boston and New York Write for Booklet.
J. BOM) <iKAY, Secretary Tourist Committee.
Average noon temperature
July <& Aug. 70 deg. Golf.
Tennis. Sailing, Fishing,
Fin« roads. PubMo Garage.
Daily rates $3 to $4. Week
ly, $14 to $21. Booklet.
GEO. Q. PATTEE. Mgr.
A DVERTISEMENT3 an.l subscriptions for The Tribune
J\_ received at their Uptown Office. So. 1334 Broadway,
between StJth and 37th st».. until ft o'clock p. m. Adver
tisement* received at the following branch offices at reg
ular ottlce rate* until ft o'clock p. m.. vis.: 284 Bth aye..
c. c. cor. 2nd st.; 153 Ath aye.. cor. 12th at.: 92 East 14th
■t ; 257 West 42,1 St.. between 7th and Bth aye* ; 2*3
West ._-... til 1333 3d aye.. between Tfltli and 77 ta ita,i
. If* VETiy
WATER GAP HOUSE.
Delaware Water Gap. Pa-
New Ownership Management.
Now open. Remains open until November for th« •»
tertainment of a refined, select patronage. Entirely re
built, enlarged and modernized by expenditure of 1100,000.
New and luxurious furnlahtnss. Now tbe> flneat equipped
and best appointed Mountain HotaL C&paclty. 400.
Highest altitude. Coolest location, comma-idlng unob
structed views of 30 mil;.-. Entirely removed from Boea*
and dust of Railroads and Highways, but within eajrr
access of both. Uydraultc Elevators, steam heat, lea;
Creplneeß. Private tiled Baths. Running water la all
rooms. Lltrhted by Electricity and Gas. Culsln* under
direction of noted Pranch Chefs win be of the highest
standard. White service throughout. Orchestra. Varied *
social features. Billiards. Fowling. Ac. Golf, t-".nl«.
rowing, canoeing, bathlr.g. f.shlna;. new garaara and livery
with h!*h class saddle horses arid equipment. IVrit» for
Illustrated Booklet an i official auto maps. ?p»e!»l July
terms. JOHN PUTU>Y COPE.
THE GLEN WOOD,
Delaware Water Gap. Pa.
A hiph class modern brick house, located in
a wonderful scenic locality; capacity. 350; new
ballroom; orchestra, concerts dally; two tennis
courts: golf, boating, bathing, drtrlng. pool.
billiards, shuffleboard and all amusements; spe
cial rates over Independence Pay; 2^4 hours
from New New York via I.ackawanna R. R.
For booklet, address, P. R. JOHNSON.
MII.FORD. PIKE CO.. PA.
OPENS JUNE 20. 65 miles from New Tork City. »la
Erie Railroad: accommodates 330; most charming resort
on bank of Delaware River: all modern conveniences:
orchestra, golf, baseball, tennis, mairnlflcent roads, boat
ing, bathing, flshtna;, etc.; no mosquitoes. ArTOMOBILS
•BUS FROM PEPOT TO HOTEL, Send for illustrate*
P. N. BOURNIQUE. Proprietor.
THE RU DO LP n ■--■ *":*•
rotono MU.. Cresco. Pa. WALTER RUTX)U»H.
EirerTth'.ng n«w. neat and modern. Elevator, rteeua
neat, electric lights, private baths, orchestra. r>l-
Booklet I. I>. IVISON. Mt. Pocono. Pa.
WHIRI ¥OC CATC CATCH TWCI.
NEW BPBI'CE CABW PfH
Rooms en suite and with bath.
8 hours from New Tork Booklet W J * M n.
PRICK Canadensus P. O . Pa.. Creseo ■> » . »ha a >»-
HlKh, cooL haaJthfuL References re-iuir«d. Telephessw
"*"**• **~" " MISSES LESLEY. 22TtIx St.
IVANHrRST. new house: Mrs C E Smith. Mgr.
S?anifor.t. N. V. : Catsklll Mountains. — Most «rp> te>
date and exclusive house, la town; cuisine and eervtoe
the best: all amusements.
BOARD. — On a farm pleasantly located on hl»h
ground: «5 miles from N. V . : beautlfut scenery:
comfortable rooms, table well supr^ltM w >*h free*
ve(retabl.-s. etc.; near P. O. Address Mrs. J. NICKER
SOX. Ileddlnir, Conn.
SEASHORE BOARD. Monmouth Beach. V J — Roberta
Cottage now open; rooms, with board; has all eoo
venlene»« and la located directly on tho beach: three)
minutes* walk from station, reference* exchanged.
Address ROBERT 3 COTTAOE. Monmouth B— eh. N. J.
mm \I>Y GROVE FABM. — Pleasant country hnme. n«ar
CatsklHs: excellent board, terms. «A per week. OEO.
C ROBBINB Prop.. Orapevllle. Greene County. N. T.
B(>*Kl>KK> « »Mt» at Alfalfa Farm: hl«h eleva
tion, plenty of shade trees, near railroad station :
terms moderate. Address ALFALFA FARM. TrumbuU.
SPIPMIN TV XX Vi E.
Stamford. N. T.
Beautifully located; •ccommodatlona for 70 Fnr
terms apply to J. W. SIMPSON.
ADALENA, S7 Bouth Broadway. Tonker*.
Fine rooms, excellent table, beautiful grounds: IS
minutes by trolley from Kingsbnd«e subway stall—;
fare. 6 cents; rates. Ifl to lit.
BOYS BOABOKD. part time, in camp «> "toor* oc
Hudson, under Palisades; larg* plac«; fruit, cardan.
cows horses; swimming, boatlni;. supervision of experi
enced teachers. HUTLER HOMESTEAD. Tenafiy. N. J.
ON GREAT PECOXIC BAY. Thr«» minutes to fin«
free bathing fish ing: modern Improvements; tele
phone- home raised products; bountiful table; unsur
passed for health and enjoyment.
HALLOCK. Flanders. L. 1.
COUNTRY I,rFE. »■•-■• easy reach of subway and
N v Central: Ul?«rdale on Hudson: six high acres;
near Van Cortlindt: «olf. tennis; refined people; teL. 2*
! Kingsbrldge. HACKETT. West 533 d— ■
! CEI>\R GLEN HOt'SE. Rlfton. Ulster Co- N. T.—
Fir»t-claßs board. $8 to $10 a. w«elc. Illustrated book*
j et^ W>L SLATER. Proprietor.
LAWRENCE, L. Desirable location: near depot;
private dining tables, references. P. O. Box ISO.
• Tel. 33S Lawrence. .. •
WANTED, for home care and training. In Catskllls, ,
five boys; terms r»ason*. transportation free; send
i for booklet. PRINCIPAL. Walton. X. T.
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A. received at their Uptown OSc«. No. 1394 Broadway,
between 36th and 3Tth ••-»-. until 9 o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements received a: the following branch orSce. at regu
lar ,-' rates until 8 o'clock p. 0.. vlj.: 384 Sth aye.
, . cor. 23d St.; 153 6th aye.. ccr. ::•- St.: 82 East
14th' at.: 257 West 42d St.. between Tth and Bth ayes. ;
2«3 West 125 th at.: 133S 3d aye., between TStii and T7t3
. us.; 1026 3d aye.. ..«ar *'-«•• ; ITOB Ist aye.. near MIA
at.; IST S»at l»tL «-: 75» Tremonl a»e. . U0 M M"a* _
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