TO AITEALBET atJLING
ELDER XOT SATISFIED.
Thinks Coney Island Jockey Club
Wt7iks at Bookmaking.
respite the. decision of Justice Bischoff declar
ing that the new antf-gambling law was not aimed
at individual bettors, it became evident yesterday
that Acting Wstrict Attorney Elder of Kings
County had not Riven up the fight against all
forms of betting, and would take an appeal in the
case. In fact. Mr. Elder Intimated that he thought
bookmaking was winked at down at Shecpshead.
He said he had obtained what he considered good
evidence that official of the Coney Island Jockey
Club had hindered the efforts of the authorities in
trying to enforce the law. Members of the Coney
Island 'Jockey Club who heard of this last night
said that it was entirely groundless.
Captain Barry, of the law firm of Davies. Stone
& Auerbsch. said yesterday: "If Mr. Klder ap
peals Justic* BischofTs decision we will tight the
case to the highest court. There is no personal
feeling in this question, but we believe it if simply
a case, of interpreting the new law. Certainly, th«
gentlemen in the Coney Island Jockey Club. have
no desire to break any law. All they want is to
have a final and authoritative. Interpretation of the
law as it stands, so they may abide by it."
There was no change in the police arrangements
at the Sheepshead Bay track yesterday. One of
the biggest midweek crowds of the season was in
attendance, but those who were disposed to wager
found it no easier to get a bet down than on other
days since the passage of the new law. Two ar
rests were made. Both were accomplished in such
a quiet way that few were the wiser, and there
was no excitement.
"Tom- ChJids was arrested in the field for an
alleged violation of the law in accepting money
for a wager, while "Sam" I>ewis was arrested in
the main lullu— lll as ■ witness, so far as could
be learned, against Uhlmann. who was arrested
outside th" Sheepshead Bay track on Thursday.
II was said at the track that T'hlmann had a pay
and-colleet book in which the name of "Sam-
The Pinkerton men. at the direction of Bchuyler
L. Tarsons. who is managing the Coney Island
Jockey Club's meeting, took a more active part
yesterday in dispersing groups of rflen who gath
ered on the lawn presumably to make oral bets.
Deputy Commissioner Baker told Mr. Parsons
early in the afternoon that he had noticed a big
crowd gathered about George Rose, a member of
the Metropolitan Turf Association, and that he
assumed that Bom was accepting wagers. In view
of the injunction against police interference. Mr.
Baker suggested to Mr. Parsons that the latter
«0 what he could to prevent this, and Mr. Parsons
instructed Seymour Bcotler. one of the heads of
the Pinkerton (OK*, to give it his attention. It.
consequence, the Pinkerton men were active all
the afternoon, and O«or«e Hose was not so con
*-picuoi» by the 8888 of the crowd about him as he
had b>cn for two or three days.
Mr. Parsons reiterated his assertion of Thursday
that the Coney Island Jockey Club would do every
thing possible to prevent a. violation of the law.
end that he had instructed the Pinkerton men to
reader every possible aid to Deputy Commissioner
Baker and his police.
Before Mr. Elder left Brooklyn last night to
Flay at Bay Shore over the Fourth he said or
ine"traci officials: "I regret that the Jockey Club
officers are not living up to their promises. l don 1
care to say who receives the money the bookm*k
eii are raying for the privileges of doing busi
ness at Shoepshead Bay. but it is a fact, Just
the same, that they are paying.
"Betting baa been going on openly for several
days and I believe the Jockey Club officers have
beam aware of this. if the Jockey Club officer*
ate not receiving money from the bookmakers they
might be able to tefl who is."
Several racing men said they thought Mr. Klder
must be misinformed. They explained that John
J. Cavanaugh. manager Of the betting ring in the
days before the new law. still sold advance in
formation to those who wanted it on overweights
and jockeys. Whether the men who paid for such
advanm information were bookmakers or not was
Immaterial, they said.
Regarding JaatkießiachoirB ruling Mr. Klder said
■It would be delicate for me. to .ritlcise Justice
mailiafa decision, but I may say that he has
not decided that all betting is l«gal. His decision,
as his opinion shows, does Dot go that far. What
he seems to decide is that non-business betting
Is not illegal. He holds that the statute was de
signed to abolish business betting and all acts
done or writings made in the course of or in re
lation to business betting. Such is the idea I get
from his decision
"His opinion, we think, does not go far enough,
and I can say, and still be respectful to the Court.
that we think he is wrong and will take an appeal
from his decision. fin far as this office is concerned
our attitude will not be changed until the Court
of Appeals has said the final word."
Mr. Elder said he would bring the betting ques
tion to the attention of the grand Jury. Be then
explained that be had obtained what he thought
was good cvi.i' «of law-breaking.
Police Commissioner Binitham said his m«?n would
be governed by the court's ruling as it stood at
present, until there was some change, if any, as
a result of an appeal. He Bald, also, that he had
conferred with Corporation Counsel I'endleton on
I/*-.-. UJilmar.n and Joseph I/ofkowitz. the two men
nrrested on Thursday evening, were arraigned be
fore Magistrate Tighe in the Adams street court.
Brooklyn, yesterday, charged with violating the
amended chapter el Section 2"1 of the Penal Code.
They pleaded not puilty and were held in V/*') bail
each for a further hearing next Friday.
HOME-MADE POWDER EXPLODES.
Boy's Mother Seriously Hurt When Can of
Stuff Goes Off in China Closet.
Horri*>-mad« Fourth of .luly powflpr placed by
Flxteen-year-old WlQiani Fit hover in a tin <.ocoa
t)nx in his mother's china cln^pt at No. SI Linden
Ftro*>t. WilliamsburK. '"-■-' nijrht. exploded while th«
bay's mother. Mrs. Lena Ftochover, was ;.ttr n <iin>j
to bottseboM duties and Injured hmr mo severely
the was taken to the Bushwick Hospital. where
the doctors said she was in a critical condition.
The explosion ripped the plaster from walls and
ceiiing. wrecki-d the china ; met, smashing all the
dishes, and blew the kitchen door leading to the
hallway from Its hinges. The boy paid his school
chum. OWWa,* Thomas, the son of a Jeweller, who
Uves on Myrtle avenue, pave him the secret «'f
making the powdfr, and that George told him he
jrot it from a scientific book he borrowed from the
puhiio library. Investigation proved that about
a dozen boys in the neighborhood had also been
t -, )f } the "secret," and Assistant Y'<vc Marshal
Thomas Brophy oonfiscattd about six ounces of the
atuff last night.
' YONKERS FOURTH GETS SETBACK.
Hot* than tlfiW worth of BrecndKra were »-on
liscat«*d in the Rtorn of Yonk^rs last nißht and
riored In a oeU at Police ll«>a(3quart«>rs. This- bo
tion was prompted by the rxploFion "' fireworks
■even! days a?« In Jacob Sbeunx Ftor*. at No.
« Rlv^rdal*- avnue. la •** three persons were
Michael l.uv.iv. Inspector nf combustibles, ma-1«»
th" raid*, and when the youngsters hoard of his
a-.t'.on they (allowed him roach the streets, hoot-
Tb« mid was niadf last nlKht so th« dpalors rould
not ..• i. ■ new shipineiits for th» Fourth from New
I"<irk. ai: crackers more than on«-eiE"nth of an
li,.i, in dlasneler were confiscated and a quiet
Fourth 1* expected.
Half .-I" liour ■»« th« rai<l an e-xploslon or
<-urr<»<l in one "' 1Ih * stor '* s while it was crowded
with wonu-n. T : ie-«» was a itarnpede, in which aew
#ral weiM inHi|iln<l on, but all «».«cap«i beforfl the
flr*» gained headway. About Jl/Xw worth of damage
ONI DEAD, DOZEN HURT IN PITTSBURG.
Pimhunr. J" u| y 3~3 ~ In this clty and vlclnJt >' rrerr.a
♦ nre celebrations of In<lv>p<»ndenre Day have «4
r«>a<sv r««u!te<S in on* d^ath. Injury to about a
«MM persons V* losses through fire of probably
Tb« calibration to-morrow Is pfcnn* to be !h«
.lT rr in tr- tity-6 history. Tn " bi iron nd
' , nulls in the Pir tS b«rff district closed down to-
S«ht until Sunday night, aid thousands of persona
mst flftckia* Ist? ibo city. ,—- - —
FOITiTH'S EARLY TOLL
ONE VICTIM ALREADY.
Precautions Taken to Keep Dotcn
List of Fatalities.
When midnight came last night the toll of pre
mature patriotism was more than large enough for
this city. One child had been killed and many
other persons had been ; seriously Injured. When
dusk falls to-niKht it Is expected that thes« figures
will be small in comparison with the total. The
Health Department hopes to keep down the local
list of dead and wounded with the aid of the Fire
and the Police departments. The police were par
ticularly active in watching for those who used
blank and loaded revolvers to display their 'patriot
ism. Those arrested for using revolvers before the
Independence Day celebration appeared to be for
eigners. Up to midnight the list of dead and in
jured for the greater city and its vicinity was:
TLTLET. John, thirteen years old. No. 812 West 4»th
Mreet: fell from roof while setting off firecrackers.
AMMIANO. George, eight years old. So. 22 Garside
street. Newark; right rye blown out. .
FISCHOKF. Mr* Lena, No. «l Linden street. Brooklyn.
gunpowder explosion; Bush wick Hospital.
FTPCHOFF. William, twelve years old. No. SI Linden
street. Brooklyn; gunpowder explosion.
FOLTZ. Meldron. five years old, No. 1229 Webster av«
nu«. The Bronx, . fractured skull, internal Injuries;
GILL, Henry, flxtwn years old. Fort Richmond, Ftat»n
'Island, gunpowder explosion; St. Vincent's Hospital;
HETP. Eugene, fourteen years old. Port Richmond.
Ptaten Island, gunpowder explosion; St. Vincent's
JOSEPH. Mary, eleven years old. No. M Washington
street; wounded by blank cartridge.
PARASCANDO. Louis, thirty years old. No. PS Malvern
street. Newark, face burned; St. James s Hospital.
WHITE. Walter, sixteen years old. No. 16 I-afayrtte
avenue. Port Richmond. Staten Island, gunpowder ex
plosion; St. Vincent's Hospital.
Mary Joseph was phot in the right leg by a
Hank cartridge. The wfldding was dug out by a
surgeon from the Hudson Street House of Relief.
A little while later Michael Bodett, thirteen years
old. of No. 43 Washington street, was arrested,
charged with firing the pistol.
White. Heys and Gill were injured near a fire
works company's plant at West New Brighton.
Staten Island, where they are employed. While
carrying a bag of powder in tin street, which
they had procured to celebrate the day, one of the
boys dropped a cigarette stub into it. Gill is not
expected to recover.
William Fischoff found a canister of powder and
was playing with it when it exploded. It did not
hurt the boy much. His mother was cut by
splinters. She jumped out of the window, and be
fore she was taken to the hospital the police re
serves and the fire department had been sum
moned by excited and sympathetic neighbors.
Meldron Foltz, the five-year-old boy who was the
first one fatally injun in the celebration, was
setting off firecrackers in his home. He was
sitting on the fire escape when another boy shot
off a big cracker, and in dodging it the child fell
to the sidewalk.
John Tupley, who met his death, was setting off
firecrackers on the roof of his home. Ho leaned
too far over an airshaft to watch a falling fire
cracker, and fell six stories to the bottom.
When those caught firing revolvers and setting
off fireworks in the street were taken before Mag
istrate Kernochan in the night court he finer! some
and let others off with a reprimand. The first case
called -was that of Kmll Voght, of The Bronx,
who had been firing his revolver in the street. He
was held for trial.
Several pedlers of fireworks were arrested In
Park Row last night. In the night court they
were fined $1 each for not having licenses.
Probably the accident list for Independence Day
Eve was smaller than usual because of the prepa
rations for visits to the country. All day yester
day the tide of travel set countryward, but by
midnight it had not reached such proportions as
last year. One or two roads reported that on
special trains there was greater traffic than last
year, but the total holiday traffic apparently was
somewhat below that . of 1007. Rather less than
twenty thousand persons abo-e the normal amount
of traffic left the Grand Central Station yester
day on the two roads— the New York Central and
the New York. New Haven & Hartford. The
Jersey Central had more than the usual number
of cars on the Buffalo express, but these cars
were taken up by Jerseyni»;n bound for Denver
rather than by holiday celebrants. All the other
railroads had no more than the ordinary holiday
traffic augmented by the politicians Westward
bound. The Erie reported that it expected to carry
about eighty thousand excess passengers. Their
Western trains, or rather some of them, were run
In from two to four section?. About twelve extra
sleepers were needed for the through travel, and
more than twenty extra, coaches were used for the
short haul travel. All the late Long Island trains
were crowded and passengers were standing on the
Although many of the braves left town for Den
ver yesterday, the Tammany Society will hold its
usual patriotic celebration in Tammany Hall to
day. The exercises are scheduled for 10:30 a. m.
Ex-Governor Blanchard of Louisiana and Repre
sentative Morris Sheppard, of Texas, will be the,
"long talkers" this year. "Short talks" will be
made by Repres?ntative Charles G. Edwards, of
Georgia: Representative Timothy T. Ansberry, of
Ohio, and John Sales, of Binghamton.
There will be an old-fashioned Independence Day
celebration from the steps of the City Hall at 10:30,
the first in many years. It is to be held under the
auspices of the Junior Order of American Patriots,
the Junior Branch of the Anti-Profanity League
and a number of uniformed children's organiza
tions from the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. Ad
dresses will b« made by Congressman charts B.
Law, Colonel W. P. H. Washington and General
James Grant Wilson. A. R. Colborne will preside,
and th* Declaration of Independence will be read
by William A. Mattison, a descendant of John
Hart, SIM of the signers.
TO DKOORATE STATUES.
After the exercises the children will decorate th«
Ptatues of Nathan Hale and Benjamin Franklin
and then march to Bowling Green. Fraunces's Tav
ern an.i the Sub-Treasury, where a wreath will be
placed on the statue of George Washington.
The boys of the Brooklyn Disciplinary Training
School, Eighteenth avenue, and G6tb street, Brook
lyn, will have their celebration in the afternoon.
The King's Highway Board of Trade will hold a
parade and other exercises in th» morning. Fifty
five councils of the Knights of Columbus will cele
brat- the day with speeches and music. The band-
Btand at Prospect Park will be used. Justice Luke
D. Staple-ton will preside, and Congressman Bennet
NO FIREWORKS AFTER JULY 5.
Fire Commissioner Hayes issued an order yester
day warning dealers in fireworks that they must
not be. sold after July 5 this year. Th- permit
given to them last year ran until July 10. Th/» or
der also say? that no fireworks exceeding $35 in
value shall be Pet off without a permit.
Anticipating a lively business in arrests among
youthful celebrators to-day, a police bureau has
been established nt the headquarters of the So
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children', at
No. 297 Fourth avenue,, the object of which Is to
reduce as much as possible th« law's delays,
thereby giving parents of the youngsters who may
be arrested a chance to carry them home several
hours sooner than otherwise could be done.
The vigil of the special inspectors of the Health
Department was begun at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, and Will be continued until Tuesday.
Over ■'■ thousand extra vials of the. tetanus anti
toxin were received in the morning, so that all
rails for the serum might be met promptly. In tho
Health Department there was a consideration of
the best method of treating wounds yesterday, to
formulate some, treatment that would combine tho
best of all that had been suggest, d. This formula
of treatment was r» commended:
'.ay -pen the wound. remove all foreign matter,
including powder or pieces of paper from crackers,'
badly injur'-d or dead flesh. The wound uhould
then be thoroughly wanhf-d out to prepare for
cauterizing:. The cauterizing should be done with -i
26 per cent solution of carbolic arid, and then al
cohol •<:, per cent solution. ehouW be used as *.
ash to • heck the further action of the. acid. Then
a. solution of bichloride of mercury should he use.i
as a wash before the wound is packed with gauze.
It should be dressed every day. The tetanus anti
toxin should be Injected as soon after the wound
has seen received as possible.
FIREWORKS WRECK STORE. •
Rochester, July 2.-A special dispatch from
Brockport says that with an explosion that could
be heard for blocks the large assortment of fire
works which Frank G. Curvin had on hand in his
&•*• stor*. la ilain street, west up in eaioke this
XEW-YORK DATLY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1008.
We'll not add to the din to-day by
saying anything about our good cloth
ing, furnishings, hats and shoes for
men and boys.
Stores closed all day.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Stores.
258 842 1302
at at at
Warren st. 13th st 34th st.
Fleate note change of uptown store front 52nd St.
to K. E. corner 34th St.
afternoon. In a minute the interior of the store
was in flames, and before the fire was extinguished
damage estimated at $4,000 had been done. The ex
plosion caused three teams which were standing in
Main street to run away, and one man was run
over, but not badly hurt.
STRAY BULLET HITS NURSING MOTHER-
Trenton. N. J., July 3.— Mrs. Susan Cotans was
struck in the breast by a stray bullet fired by some
celebrator of the F urth to-night. The victim was
nursing a child on the porch in front of her home
at the time. She was taken to St. Francis Hos
pital, where an effort will be made to extract the
bullet to-morrow. The person who fired the shot
has not been discovered.
Sun rii««>s 4:34 sun srts 7:33|iroon ri?es 11:18 Moons ape 9
A M. — Panrty H^ok 11:10!Gov Island 11:3!» Hell Gate 142
I* lf Randy Hook ll:10|Gov Island lI:4O,HeU Gate 1:33
TT 1-*1 -* Netr Terk. reported 6SO miles east of Sandy Honk
at 2:Sn a m yesterday, is eipected at her dock about 6:30
Vessel. • From Line.
•Aurora Curacao, June 23 Red D
•New York. Southampton. June, 27 American
•Lucanla — Liverpool. June 27 — — -.Cunard
•La Touraine._ Havre. June 27 French
•Seguranca -. Santiago. June 29.-. Ward
•Trinidad Bermuda, July 2 Quebec
Moltke Naples, June 22 Hamb-Am
Calabria Gibraltar. June 23 Anchor
San Marcos — Oalveston, June 27 Mallory
SUNDAY. JULY 5.
•Verde Barbados, June 27 Lamp * Holt
•Carolina San Juan, July 1... N V & P R
Wogllnde Hamburg. June 24 ■ ■
City of Savannah Savannah. July 2 Savannah
Algonquin Jacksonville, July 2 Clyde
MONDAY, JULY 6.
•Madelrfr.se Para, June 24 Booth
•Maracalbo Curacao. June 28 Red "D"
•Haramaiva Barbados. June 29 D W I
Minnetonka London. June. 27 Atl Trans
Vaderland Antwerp, June 27 Red star
Ryndam Rotterdam. June 27 Holland-Am
city of Everett Barry, June 20
Proteus New Orleans, July 1 So Pacific
Vessel For. Line. Mail closes, sails.
Ft Paul Southampton. American 6:30 am 10:00 am
Ftrurla' Liverpool. < linard «:30 a m 10:00 am
Havana, Havana. Ward 7:00 am 10:00 am
Pan Juan, San Juan. N V & PR 9:00 am 12:00 m
Philadelphia. Curacao. Red D 8:30 am 12:00 m
Minneapolis London. Atlantic Trans.. 9:ooam
Konlgln Luise., Naples, N O Lloyd 11:00 am
Columbia, Glasgow. Anchor I £ : ™ m
Pretoria, Hamburg. Hamb-Am 9:ooam
Finland. Antwerp. H«l Star ll:tx)am
Concho Galveeton. Mallory — 32:00 m
Arapahoe Jacksonville. Clyde -. 12:00 m
Hamilton. Norfolk, Old Dominion . 3.00 m
City of Columbus. Savannah, Savannah 3:00 pm
MONDAY, JULY 6.
C-oppenam'. Paramaribo, D W 1 11:00 am 1 :0O p m
Princess Anne. Norfolk, Old Dominion — — 3:00 pm
TUESDAY. JULY 7.
K'pxewln CecllK Bremen. N O Lloyd 6:30 am 10 00 «. m
KoVona Martinique. Quebec 9:30 am 12:00 m
Imogen Argentina. Norton 11:00 am l:Mpm
Huron, Jacksonville. Clyde - 3:00 pm
Destination and steamer. Close in New York.
Hawaii. Japan. Corea, China and Philip
pine Inlands— (via San Francisco)
Hong Kong Maru July 6. 6:30 pro
Australia (except West). New Zealand.
Samoan Islands, Fiji Islands and New
Caledonia— (via Vancouver and Vic
toria, B O— Mamma July 12, 6 :30 p m
Hawaii. Japan. Corea, China and Philip
pine Islands— (via. San Francisco)—
Corea July IS, 6:30 m
Tahiti and Marquesas Islands — (via Ban
Francisco)— Ma riposa Aug. 1.6:80 pm
Port of New York, Friday, July 3, 1908.
Steamer City of Memphis, Burg, Savannah, June 30.
to the Ocean Ss Co. with passenger* and mdse. Left
Quarantine at 4:15 a. m
Steamer Ossabawa, Johnson, Texas City via Bruns
wick. 9 days, to the Brunswick Es Co, with mdse. Left
Quarantine at 5:05 a m.
Steamer Toronto (Br). Young:, Hull June 13 anJ Bos
ton July 1. to Sanderson & Pon. with ft passengers and
mdse.. Arrived at the Bar at 6 a m.
Steamer Mercedes de Larrinaga (Br>, Muir. Swinemunde
June, 10 and Hull 17, to Peter Wright & Sons, with mdse.
Arrived at the Bar at 4:30 a. m.
Kt«a,mer I><>uts< hland, (Ger, tank), Schroder, Hamburg
June 17 and Shields 19, to Philip Ruprecht, in ballast.
Arrived at the liar at 2 a m.
Steamer I'erainore (Nor). Schrrvlg. Manzanlllo June 1«,
Guantanamo 'M and Cienfuegos 25. to th« Munson 6s
Line, with sugar. Arrived at the Bar at 2.30 a m.
Steamer Mont*»rrat (Span), Llofrin, Vera Cruz June
26 and Havana 20. to the Campania Trasatlantica, with
108 cabin and 137 steerage passengers and uifisß. Ar
rived at the Bar at midnight 2d. Forty-one cabin pas
rengers will land at New York; the others are la transit
Steamer Harollton. Boaz, Newport New* and Norfolk,
to the Old Dominion Ss Co, with passengers and mdse.
L*ft Quarantine at 2:27 p m.
Steamer Huron, Ingram. Jacksonville, June 30 and
Charleston July 1. to the Clyde Us Co. with passengers
and mdte. Left Quarantine ut 2:45 p m.
Steamer Katahdin. Queen. Georgetown, 8 C. June 30,
to the Atlantic Coast Lumber Corporation, with lumber.
1/eft Quarantine at 6 10 p m.
Steamer Chesapeake. Hastings. Baltimore., to II C Fos
ter, with mdse. Left Quarantine at 6:53 a m.
Steamer F.I Hlglo. Prfscott, Galv*Mon June 27. to the
Southern Pacific Co, with mdse.. Left Quarantine at 7
Steamer Oermania (Fr). SHgols. Marselllrit Jur^ 16 and
Naples 20. to J W Klwell & Co, with IS] steerage paa-
Brnftn and mdse. Arrived at the. Bar at 4:30 am.
Steamer Munln (Nor), Lar^n. Bordeaux June 15, to
Flinch. Kdy*> * Co. with mdse. Arrived at the liar at
10 a in <
Steamer Baltic (Br), Ranson, Liverpool June 2ft and
Q'irenMown 21. to the White Star Line, with 170 rabin
and 333 sferare pM*engers and mdse, Arri\ed at the Bar
at 11:18 ■ m.
Steamer Mi'avnl < nr), Scott. Perth Ambo 1 , to the Trin
idad Shipping and Trading Co. In ballast. Passed In
Quarantine at 2 p m.
Pteamer R»nwlck (Br). chapman. Port Reading for Gut
tenburg. Passed In Quarantine at 7:25 a m.
steamer Romanic <Br), for A*W««i Naples, etc; Ida
Cuneo (Nor), Port Antonio; SicanU Utah. Philadelphia;
F V Luck*nbach. San Juan. Ponce, etc; Naiahoe. Wil
mington. N <". and Georgetown. 8 •" Hudson «Frl. Havre;
Altamaha, Brunswick and Texas City; <>pac tßr>. Vail
t*.riieo. etc; l>nama, I'rUtotAi, byron (hii;, Itaiiia. li|«
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ticulars address JOHN J. BENSON.
Grand Aye., Asbury Park. N. J.
Leading all year round hotel.
Room« single or en suite, with private baiha.
Evening dinners. Orchestral concerta,
Booklet. Telephone. A. M. SEXTON.
HOTEL COLONIAL, NORT^ R T URY
BU. Aye. and Ocean. New and modern.
Catering to a refined patronage.
Now open. Booklet, MRS. T. V. SILVA. Prop.
HOTEL BRISTOL |reTo p^n JkJk
Enlarged and remodelled. Elegant baths.
Bpaclous verandas. Evening dinners. Music
Booklet. BAJNTA & HILtAKR
HOTEL TKEDFORD in^r^
Modernized. Booklet. Phone H. DUFFIELD.
EELECT FAMILY HOTEL ON THE BEACH.
m WELLINGTON, ASB ur°y rt p h ark.
Rooms with bath. Phone SSS. B. D. SMITH.
ASBUBY PARK. N. J.
A whole square on the Ocean.
T BSSgt! T m°derßt2ellm ° derßt2ell - 6 °
A MODERN HOTEL BT THE SEA.
HOTEL COLUMBIA, "*¥]?—
MAINTAINING A REFINED PATRONAGE.
OPENS JUNE 20. CAPACITY 40«. BOOKLET.
W. HARVEY JONES, Owner.
OCEAN HOTEL. ~
ASBURT FARK. N. J.
Largest of the leading hotels.
GEO. L. ATKINS' SONS.
ASBURT PARK. N. J.
Absolutely first class; elevator to street level; rooms
en suite with bath. 8. BAKER BROOKS.
Asbury Park. N. J. 2nd Aye. and Klngsley St.
Block from Ocean. Accom., 200 guests.
Booklet. Telephone 374. J. R. WHYTE.
ASBURY PARK. N. J.
On the Ocean front. Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths.
WM. APPLEGATE. Prop.
UfiTCI HI ICCTIP DIRECTLY ON BEACH.
nil IEL mAtJCdllv Open from March Ist to
A>r> Oct. 15. Elevator. Book-
THE QUEEN CLEMENT CLEMENT.
THE SPRAY VIEW, OCEA * S\ ROVE
Directly on ocean front. Send for booklet and rates.
THE COLONIAL ££?k. x "
Flat, ocean view. Spacious veranda*.
Booklet. S. FOSTER.
THE ALLAIRE *****£ IJkKJS
Direct ocean front. Booklet. S. M. RICHARDSON.
PENINSULA HOUSE, "TT
A select family hotel on ocean front. Shrewsbury
River Pleasure. Bay. Morning concerts Evening dance*.
The reputation Is excellent, co verlnir 25 3r« a ™:_ _
OPENS JUNE 27. ' CHARLES H. DEDERER.
WATCH HILL HOUSE and COTTAGES
Watch Hill, R. I.
OPENS JULY IST.
On the Ocean.
Beautiful roads for automobilln*.
Finest Golf Links on the Atlantic Coast
Tennis Court*. Ocean Bathing.
Address B- H. TARD.
Three TwinserSl&^liS^ Herald Sq
GIRLS «" E tf "g *■s**" DALY'S
Minmnv n .X P.hliih Every Ev«;.. 8:30. A Musi-
SQUARE Roof Garden cal Comedy. • SKI -HI."
de Janeiro etc; Cl»nfue«;os (Cuban). Havana, etc; Prina
der Nederlanden (Dutch). Bt Marc. 'Port-au-Prince, etc;
Monroe. Norfolk and N«wport News; \anadls (Nor).
Philadelphia; Florence (Br). Havre, etc: Washtenaw.
Pablne, Paps- Ocmulge*. Brunswick; Pawnee. Philadel
phia; Jamestown. Norfolk and Newport New .
United States battleship N«w Hampshire. ras.«e<f out
Quarantine at 6:36 p m.
United States steamer Fish Hawk, passed out Sandy
Hook at 55 am.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
Queenstownn. July S— Arabic tßr). New York for IJver
tßotterdam July 2 — Jelunga (Br). New Tork
Cherbourg July 8— Prim Frl'drich Wllhelm (Ger). New
York via Plymouth for Bremen,
Hamburg July 1— Hauaenberg Hn-r). New York,
So de Janeiro. July 1 Chrlstianla (Ocr». New Tork via
Barbados. Pernambuco. etc
Genoa. July 3-Princess Irene (Off), New York via Gib
rtt'ltar and Naples. prince (Br). New York for Rio d«
Dahlu. July 1- 'Town ITIm-e (BrK New Tork for Rio d«
Melbourne?' July 3 Stf^phßnotls (Br). New York via St
Vincent C V for Sydney, etc.
Kobe July 2— Irairapurn. (Br». New York via Aden. Hong
JJ a m £&«* (HD. New Tor " for Hong
Kon '" " tC - SAILED.
Southampton. July S-Kalserln Auguste victoria <Oer>.
from Hamburg for New \ork via Cherbourg.
rherbXg July 1-Kronprln« Wllhelm (Gert. (from
Viremen «nd Southampton). New York
\ntwVrn July I— Ocean (Dutch). New York
Algiers July 1— Schonfels (G*r>. (from Calcutta and CV
lombo). Philadelphia. Boston and New York
>!ue!\a Tune 30 — Btr h»r-1 Grevllle (Br). New York.
Middlesbrough. July 1- Fall"don Hall ißri. New York.
Lizard July 2— Nnordam (Dutch). New York for Bou
logne and Rotterdam. 3, Russia ißuui. New York for
Rotterdam and Lthau.
Fast net, July 3— Georglc (Br), New York, for Liverpool.
and COTTAGES. Luke PlarUl. N. V • -
OPEN JUNE TO OCTOBER. Rn i,-,
An ideal Resort for Rest and Ke«*a »<>*• * alt "
with private baths. For "tn^bojWW Onager. \
(Formerly Ass't Manager Waldorf-Astoria. N. V.>
LAKE PLACID ADIRONDACKS
GRAND VIEW HOTEL
Open Jun« to October- GOLF. . 'anting, all Adirondack
attractions. Address. THOS. PARKES-
Booklets at Town & Country. 287 4tn At».
O«co«d and St. Reels Chain of Lake^
Throusrh train service, «X and night. ««••
Tork Centra! 1 1— Paui Smiths Railway.
• ni-e.-t wfreK — »rr York Stork E»rh«ngf.
ope. fyt ADIRONDACK
MODERN * IZABE ™ Tm "'
HOTEL '/fa ■■"'"
s™B£& pool: Drlan i%l fllo "
W. S. KELLOGG. "£fj% »„„'«
Gran. l H^'»: NY•" • l#J«#^Pron^^
Hotel and cottages in tho heart of the Adirondack*
overlooking two of the most beautiful lakes In th«
region. Trout fishing, bass fishing, boating, bathing,
bowling, pool, tennis, music, house physician. Sani
tary plumbing. Pure spring water. No pulmonary
Invalids. Artistic catalogues.
MORLEYS. Lake Pleasant. Hamilton Co.. N. Y.
THE WAWBEEK h c°o7t l ag£?
T"pp»r Parana'- Lake. Adirondacks.
J. BEN HART. WAWBEEK. N. Y.
DEER'S HEAD INN.
Ellrabethtown. N. Y. Golf; automobile hea/fqu»rterm.
B. F. STETSON.
ADIRONDACK HOUSE. Indian Lake. Hamilton Co.
N. V. — Accommodates 25. Rates fron. $8 to $12 p«r
week and $2 per day. Mrs. E. MEAD. Prop.
■ ill ■ CTT At the most picturesque part of Lake Georg»;
MILCH capacity 200. $10 to $14 weekly. Beating.
UnilCE Bathing. Fishing G"!f. Tennis, etc. Cottages
nUUOt to rent H w - BrCKJEI-L. Prop-.
Huletfs landing. N. T.
WATER GAP HOUSE
DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA
A mountain Paradise. Open to December Finest
•quipped, best appointed, largest and most luxurious
hotel in this region; 100 suites with private tiled baths.
Running water ln all rooms. $100,000 Improvements.
1907. No noise of railroads or dust of highways.
Magnificent parks, lawns and porches. Highest alti
tude; no humidity; coolest location, t'u'slne of highest
standard. Own farms ar.d registered cows. Entir*
white service. Orchestra of soloists. Riding academy.
Kolf. boating, bathing, fishing, etr . etc. New jrarax«
and livery. Booklet of camera views and official auto
maps mailed- Special July and season rates. Coaches
meet trains. JOHN PURDY COPE.
DELAWARE TTATER GAP, PA.
LARGEST. MOST MODERN. AND THE LEADTNO
HOTEL. COOLK^T LOCATION. Derives the full benefit
of tho breezes caused by the "Gap's" formation. Tabi*
supplied from Hotel's Farm. Orchestra, social diversions.
Write for booklet showing Hotel. Klttatlnny Park scenea.
official auto maps. Livery, garage, 6addle horses. Kitta
tlnny coach meets all trains. American Plan, also
A la Carte. G. FRANK COPE.
Beautifully located, directly on th« Sound, mouth at
Connecticut River. Golf, tennl*. bathing. Rooms wlta
bath. Orchestra. Bend for booklet.
H. CL CHAPMA-V. Propr.
GREENWICH (on the Sound; CONN.
19 miles from New Torlt. 30 trains dally.
Superior Stables and Auto Quarters.
Flu* Roads for driving and Automoblilnc
ln a picturesque country.
Casino, Golf. Tennis, Bowling; spadona
Vsrandas. Concert* and Dancing dally In "Tns OjorC*
D. P. SIMPSON, Manager.
UATCI ADCCII DANBCRT. CO»-. 70 miles
fill ICL U lICC Iff from New Tork New and up
to date. Mecca of Auto Twirlsts. F. A. CANTWELL Mrr.
UP IN VERMONT
That's ths place for a Real Vacation. Most delightful
summer climate; unequalled scenery. $5 to $10 a
week at hotels, farm and village homes, country camp*
in heart of. Green Mountains and on shores of LaJca
Champlain. Express trains from New Tork and Boston
via Central Vermont Una. Send 6c for 150-page til
••Summer Homes." A. W. ECCLESTONE. 3eO Broad
way. New Tork.
OLD HALIFAX. YKRMONT.
1.800 feet above, sea level. Access by w»y of Shel
burne. Fails, Greenfield. Macs., and Brattleboro. Vt.
Pure air, water, milk, cream, butter. m*at and vege
tables. No noises, no odors. Sightly, billowy moun
tainous landscape. Walks by woods, fields and brooks.
Tennis. Oolf. A'jt«">moblie. touring and ex.-nrsion parties
accommodated. Oarage. A competent city caterer In
charge. Board, rates by day or weeii reasonable. ReX
LAKE BOMOSEEN SS^SSk
Rates $8 to $14. W. C. MOUND. Prop.. Hydevllls. Vt.
THH PROSPECT AND COTTAGES. ON LAKB BOMO
»e«n, Castleton. Vermont. — Electric lights, new garage,
sanitary plumbing. Send tor circular. H. B. ELLIS, ligr.
WAUMBEK & COTTAGES
Jefferson, N. HL, White Mountains
Season June to October
BOOKLET. CHARLES V. MURPHY. Myr.
White Mountain Open O<->lf Amateur Championship Tour
nament. August 27th. 28th. 29th.
II CHI VllDlf THEATRE. B'way an.l 45th M.i
< nCfff lUnR Eves. 8:30 Mat,. T»-da>; an.'. Wed.
i I 2vl Successful Month — Cool as Mid-Season. L
i £^ Ik. DI I? IN HIS MARY'S I
:| CARLL ga^ LAMB
: I JARDIN de PARIS v \
• ALWAYS COOL. Smoking Permitted. Eves. J>:ls £
: i F. ZIEGFELD, JR.'S, REVUE t
|i FOLLIES OF 1908
.1 GENERAL ADMISSION*. TABLE SEATS. $1. j
: AERIAL GARDEnS 'V^ts^eV NuTht* s^o*
j Atop NEW AMSTERDAM Theatre. West 42d St ,►
, MATINEES TO-DAY AND WED. IN THEATRE ►
HENRY XV. SAVAGE'S Original Production. ►
THE MER.R.Y WIDOW C
] (Die Listlge Witwe). Queen of Viennese Operettas. '
' KMCKKRnOCKER. B'way & »Bth St ►
"I Evenings. 8:15. Mat. Sat. only, 215 ►
:j YANKEE DOODLE MATINEE TO-DAY :
: GEO. M. COHAN ?sggg««|;
Fl x. Dally Matß.!Oertruile (Ml Col, FreJ Horse
■■ In Theatre. |wlth Human Brain. 10 others.
DI IIICV'G IINTOIN SO. B-way. ««th St Fv7
B^ EYS -;,\;v, SPOONER,,:-,
Mat. To day. * CLCIL JrUUilCn Cinderella"
ASTOR) LT.nrwVr.-^TTH MONTH
t Coolest > Eugene PAID I FULL
in^r Y ork. 1 ZV£»: PAID 13 FULL
pinpir Theitre ß^,v*sT5 th Ifltli BIG
llnlLL T 1"1 "' 8 |U WEEK
TLoUitaaii Of* Di»iii»J MONO HITCHCOCK.
IIIU IIIUIIJ IIUUIIU lactudtai BtL IUTE.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y.
OPFV ALL THE TEA*
.. So discomfort to guests •• a r«aalt it ft*
rerent fire, which iJld not lnterf"r<» with 3H
public rooms or th© serrlc«. Th» 4aaMajt
done was confined m on* bedroom win* only
which will be immediately replaced by a --..'
proof building larger and handsomer la <nr«rr,
way. Every comfort of a hotel of. the Ms*M*t
class, conducted in a manner that ha* at
traded to Itself a most •■ctaatva an 4 dlncrta-
InaMng clientele. Large public rooms and spa
clous verandas. No moMiultoe «.
MOST .MQDERArE BATES of any TTKSt
x . CLASS HOTTX >ear >'. T.
Only thirty minutes from th« Grand ■-..-•. % .
Station via Harlem Dl». of th« N. T. C«t.
R. R. *0 trains dally: golf, tennis, driving «Hf
motoring. Fine orchestra. large ballroom. Svnt
for booklet and special summer rates.
J. J. L \ n M > COMPAVY, Proprtetori
Also Props- Garden < l»y Hotel. Garden Cltj. L. L
J. P. GREAVES, Manager
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
NEW AUTOMO3ILE ROAD, DIRECT TO HOTtl
•Phone, 1000 Coney Inland
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
GARDEN CITY .. — • ••■■ LONG ISLAS9
1* mUei fiom New York. Open a.l th» year.
J. J. LANNIN CO.. PROPRIETORS.
TIOINT O" ■WOODS.— OCEAN HOT7SS AND COT.
IT tages opens June 15th. Located on the- fam-na FS»
Islani Beach; practically at sea. ther» are -a UM
breezes. Excellent surf and still water bathing, bia*
fishing and sajilng. Modern 1 nsprovements tij ?«ai
Address E. N. BI'.LARD. Point O' Woods.
Richfield Springs, N. Y.
GASHERIE DE WITT. Proprietor.
Remodeled and Renovated throughout.
The largest, most modern anJ. up-to-date hotel is
Central New York. Now open.
Opposite, the Famous Sulphur Baths.
Golf, Tennis. Boating and DrlTing.
Write for Booklet, rates, etc.
CATSKIIXS MOrNTAENS. >'. T.
Through coach and drawing room car »»r^lc»
from New York, direct to hotel ground* Al-.ltud*
over 2.nno feet.
Passenger elevator to all floors. Room* slsg'.y
or en suite, with private bath.
For terms and full information address
THE GRAND HOTEL. CO..
Highmount P. P.. N. T.
SUNSET PARK INN
HAINSS FALLS. V T Catekll'.sr teaal
Daily Concerts by the renowned Holland Trla.
Culsina and service unsurpassed. Elevators.
O. C. BECKER. Prop.. Haines FaUs. >ew Tork.
THE INN AT HIGH POINT.
A hUh altitud* mountain resort. Grand Sceaery.
Elevation. 2.000 ft. Beautiful Lake- Modern hotel.
Superior service. Orchestra, Tennis. Billiards. Croqa«t
Boating, Livery. Fl3hJnsr.
H. DIPPLE. Port Te-Is. V Y.
Shelter Island Heights. L. I.
Now open. Yachting. Bathirg. Go It Driving. Teas!*
«c Special rates for July. Booicl*^^
Briarcliff Manor, New York.
A practical summer horn* for th« New York busi
ness man. New York Central trains to Scarborough
One hour from New York. Automobile Service. Scar
borough to tie Lodge, ten minutes. Th« Hotel B«*3
tlful of the Hudson River Hills. Altitude 320 feet.
New York Office, 5* 4«th st. Phone 327? — 3?th St.
* " D. P. PLUMES. Manager-
Special Rates on Application.
R. Q. SMYTH. IV—
1.000 Island Park. St. Lawrence R!v-r. V T.
The best located anJ most attractive hotel «— ■
the Thousand Islands. Excellent cuisine. Orcaestn
and ail amusements. Now Open. Booklet. »_ ;;
L. A. JOHXSOy. Frog.
HOTEL MARION. X 3g5r < 333? 1
A resort where guests can spend a most enjorabtoaoj*
Ing Delightfully situated on West Shore. Superb yl«r«.
lar*e, airy and bright rooms, with or without privttt
tMths. FARM CONNECTED WITH HOTEL. FREaH
VEGETABLES. POULTRY. MILK ANT> FRLTT. Fls»
macadam roads, with well-equipped livery.
JOS. H. MARVSI»_
Fountain AND LAKE RESORTS. 7 '
A beautiful Summer Book of 112 pases. Illustrated. *"*
be obtained free at any Lackawanr^ Railroad ticket "*
CIOOL. BOAT RIDE.— A DELIGHTFUL. HOME 19 '*"
!_' fered to a few refined people In a handsome h»u»«.
_,->, large grounds, plaisas. comman.lln* flee view <>i
bay 63 St Marks Place. St. Georje. States T»:«=«l
STMHER BOARDERS WANTED.— SpIendJ-1 aecori
modTtton" moderate rates. MRS. LEWI3 MES3LV
GER. Northampton Co.. Tatamy. Perm _
Free Vaudeville In Ballroom ET<-ry Er*nraK. *•»
L.-l ■■■ ■ lin ADMISSION FREE
At All Time*
Mis* Francis and her Darin* Hnrw Dive from t3«
Tower 4 Times dally
Wm. H. Reynolds. President. Take Iron SteaiaSo*^
I UNA Harlem to Luna in M ir.tr.'if*.
ftaUIlM The subway takes you to Atiastla
QIQU Aye , Bklyn. then tranafar to tS«
f All 1» Sea Beach Express.
I^^^JULY 4th SPECIAL
AFTERNOON ASCENSION OS*
BEACHY'S AIRSHIP >
Nl«h«- Pain's KT'r* Fireworks
DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM
Same repeated Vil'*jriAY
afternoon an.l r '«V , U>* ■
PnPMI»ORI.I> IX WAX. OYPSY MCSXft
tUEN , i>K.M\ro,.K\PH E^ery B— »^
1,7s EX I Prominent People. Paat and Prsw»
i — ■ — ■ ■ ~
*. bracing RAn. rr the ncrvsov. ,
W?% and 10 A M and I P. M. Mill »*:af*
t,> W--!«t P"int —■
The Turf. '» l^
ZT*~l /^fVn AT SHEEPSHE.jr ' »* f
X> A 1 I |\1 I « JOE 19 TO Jit* *
THE COVEY ISLA>D JOTtUPIt CXTTB
' -rr\ r\ A V The independence Ste*p!ee£*f* »?J;
TO-DAY Commonwealth and 3 Other **;** a .
Twins leave 34th St.. E. R.. vl» L I. B «•• i i,^- t r!«
i* 10 ,1 0.1 Parlor C*r> 1 10. -ft V ™ E. ** -
tVatn r |> :Wth St Ferry. f»ot Whitehall St. ':
1 *»• Bro- - - *u*w.y Special *£""£
train* direct (• tra.k llllMg trolley car.
transfe' to track Musk- by lander _,,! M.
Grand Sta»d. ». L*dle* »1 »« "•** •**
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