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European A dvertisements.
LONDON SHOPS.
7IW & EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS^>
IN SILKS FOR /4JB&
1908 s{x?y'
y^^x LACES..RIBBONS,.
'MF/ HOSIERY, FLOWERS,
AND DRESS MATERIALS.
VEBE STREET & OXFORD STREET,
LONDON, W. ,
jOJSS PEARY AFTER ALL
Professor Marvin Came to Say
Goodby, but Signed for Trip.
K-.,~K -„~ declaring that he could not po on the cx
pefiltion this year and bidding goodby to the crew
c f the Roosevelt. Professor Ross G. Marvin, of
Com* 11 University, changed his mind yesterday
and filled with Commander Peary. At the last
nliiute the authorities' at Cornell decided to grant
the necessary leave of three years, and sent a
mfwape to the professor in this city to that effect.
P'ofessor Marvin vras the naturalist of Com
jßiader Peary* I a** expedition, and did much valu
able reconnoitring while the Roosevelt was in
rlrtfr Quarter? at Cape Sheridan. North Grantland.
Or. ere of is trips from the ship he saved the life
0f two men who had etrayed away from the
B«*evelt and were- starving: en the upper shore of
Greenland.
Every one aboard the Roosevelt was surprised
v*rterday when It was announced that Professor
jltrrin cad decided to go. Having been unable to
Mt the necessary leave of absence from Cornell.
la earn* to New York from his horn*. In Elmlra.
oC Thursday to bid Commander Peary. Captain
BtfQett and his crew goodby and wish, the men
foofl luck Soon after this had been done the much
flared permission to Join the expedition was re
c ■■»'
D. D. ."Millar., a graduate of Bowdoin. had
niter Prof«^sor Marvin's place In the expedition.
featttat addition of the Elmlran. according to Com
jn£ii<ser Peary, will make possible greater research.
not ody north of the inter quarters, but east and
%ttt of Cape Sheridan.
Coßßmarder Peary said yesterday that he still
seeded 55.000 for his trip. Checks for small sums
htv# been coming in during the last few days, he
•aid. tut five more with four figures are still
needed He hopes that this amount will be con
tributed before Tuesday.
Many packages of book* and magazines arrived
yesterday at the East 24th street pier, among them
■ Urge box from the Union League Club. Captain
Bartiett said he was afraid he- would not be able to
write Mi thanks to each sender. One member of
th* crew suggested that the only means of enter
tainment lacking were decks of cards or set? of
dominoes, and other games. It Is expected that
everything will be in readiness for the Roosevelt
to leave the nth street pier for City Isrand at 1
p. as. on Monday.
ATEONAtrrS- TRIBTTTE TO UK. BELL.
Formal Thanks To Be Extended During"
Aeroplane Trial st Hammondsport.
before departing last night for Hair.mondsport,
X T. to •a-itnefs ih* a»roplan* trial by Glenn H.
Curtiw for the "Scientific American" cup. E. La
Boe tales, a director of the Aeronautic Society.
announced that he had been authorized to extend
to Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, president of the,
'1 HJHUPIL AMERICAN" TROPHT FOFJI
AEROPLu\XES.
To b» c<--Tr!r^t»'; for to-day at Kammondsport, N.
I by Glenn H. Curtlfs with his June Bug.
A«^lai Experiment Association, the formal thanks
I the eoclety for the j?rea.t progress that has
t*en BWOfl in aeronautics at Hammondsport under
tie direction. He *aid It would be the first official
!*eeS7iitinn by any organization of the work of
th* A<?rial Experiment Association.
Mr Jones mil also, he said, explain to Dr. Bell
tn-ijgv that the society will brin? Delajarrange to
*&£ country In August and request the cooperation
of the association to bring- about an international
ccaten of aeroplanes at that time.
•tDGMENT AGAINST SENATOR PLATT
Obtained for Bills Contracted by His Wife
Before Their Separation.
Jii'ltTTi^r.t was entered in th« County Cierk'e
c2^2? Jesterday against Senator Platt for $2.630 93
is favor of Bdrar Joseph, as assignee of the claim
W tfc* law firm of Marsh. Window & Wever. of
* i> ' o - HI Broadway, for money advanced to Mrs.
Lillian Janeway Platt, the Senator's wife.
I" the papers in the separation signed by the
editor .ana his wife he agreed to pay debts con-
Irtct *<i by her, in addition, according to the gen
«f*l understanding, to giving her 576.000. .Th« bill
c the \i-rr firm wae for Jewelry and other articles
■which Senator PiHtt had refused to pay.
GEORGE M. COHAN ON THE ISLAND.
■Kot as a Prisoner, but as an Entertainer of
Prisoners.
S**>ral hundred inmates of the penitential* on
£—**"' « Island eat in th*» assembly hall of that
■*■••« yesterday afternoon and «-njoye<! for an
or more the comic eonss and sayings of
•~. Oree M - Cohan and the otlx»r performers In the
* •c Prince" company. Among: the group of
cnstn in th« audlenc* was Sarah Koten. She was
• only one who did not mm to welcome the little
<** in the monotonous grind of prison life.
T , c t tt * I « Prisoners were quick to see "Terrible
£*'* McOovArn who was In the party and occu
m^ * Place on the stage. The roes especially
•» & Jfca the elnrlnr

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European Advertisements.
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RUBIES.
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388-90-2, Oxford Street, London.
PARIS SHOPS.
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Trousseaux. Layettes. Robes.
CANNES: PARIS:
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SPALLD
DIAMONDS— JETTELRY.
WATCHES— SILVERWARE— ETC.
36 Avenue de I'Opera, Paris,
State and Jackson Sts., Chicago.
Sole representative in Paris of the Gorhara
Manufacturing Co. of NEW YORK.
Foreign Resorts.
LONDON HOTELS.
THECARLTON
1 Hotel, Restaurant,
and Grill Room,
LONDON.
GIBRALTAR HOTELS.
THE HOTEL CECIL
GIBRALTAR.
First Class in every respect. The only expressly
constructed hotel in Gibraltar. Highly recommend
ed. Perfect Sanitation. Telegrams CecJi Gibraltar.
HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
LONDON ' MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL
MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL
MANCHESTER....
MIDLAND HOTEL
LIVERPOOL .... ADELPHI HOTEL
LEE DS QUEEN'S HOTEL
BRADFORD ...... MIDLAND HOTEL
MORECAMBB BAY
MIDLAND HOTEL
DERBY MIDLAND HOTEL
v in.'i« Manager Midland Hallway Hotels and
Ite&Jiefrl&S? Uc oSe< Ottico-iUdia-d Oraad
Hotel. London. -.
IOTELS IN THE BRITISH ISLES.
fcHAKKXJN— ISIJS OF WIGHT.
HOLXIKR* bUANiaiN HOIKL Eleo. U«bi.
UAjmiCK WOOLPACK HOTEL
*^NoMli -Irs .') ' BOrAI. OAK HOTKL.
BETTWS-r-COED tNOBTH WALM)^
Drßir>- the wmmu—mtmm hctcc
HOTELS IN SCOTLAND,
AVB— STATION HOTEL
**" (For Burn* CotUt*— BlrtfapUe*).
DUMFRIES— STATION HOTEL
(For Burns Mau»n]ruin. etc).
tCKMSKKBV-SIATIO* «O^»—^ fl^^.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 4, 1908
FASHIONABLE FRENUn SEA-SIDE RESORTS:
I Trouville-sur-Mer
Where "Tout Paris" resorts in June and July, and
the dainty Parisienne in her natty, seductive bathing
costume disports in the surf on the perfect beach free
from gravel, and anon emerges to enter either the
HOTEL ROCHES NOIR,
HOTEL BELLEVUE
located in the choicest positions and having every
modern luxury and comfort, with Restaurants of pe
culiar excellence.
Deauville-sur-Mer .
Close to Trouvllle and full of attractive French «ea-side life, possesses
the splendid
GRAND HOTEL CASINO,
situated in the mid&t of its beautiful private park. The picturesque
surrounding country is full of interest to the stranger, and of his
torical renown.
BIRNAM HOTEL, BIRNAM,
Perthshire, Scotland
(2 Minutes' Walk from Birnnm and rhinkeld Station.)
HIGH CLASS FAMILY HOTEL
TARIFF MODERATE. Pure. Brat-tag Air. Finest
Scenery in Scotland. GOOD SALMON AND TROUT
FISHING FRKE. - \
Golf Course adjoins Hotel Ground*.
GOOD GARAGE AND INSPECTION PIT.
Tariffs of the Horels and fun particulars as to routes
may be had at the European Offices of "Th« Tribune,"
at "Danes Inn House." SOS Strand (everleokinz
Aldwych and KinaWar>. London.
THE HOWARfI HOTEL.
Norfolk Street. Embankment, London. Every modern
comfort. Overlooks Embankment and River. Elecant
public rooms. Electric light throughout. American sys
tem elevators. Fixed tariff.
EUROPEAN KAILWAYS.
MIDLAND RAILWAY.
THE BEST ROUTE IN THE OLD ■
COUNTRY FOR COMFORTABLE I
TRAVEL. & PICTURESQUE SCENERY. 1
CORRIDOR EXPRESSES
IJVKRPOOU MANCHESTER AND LONDON (St.
Pancras) AND PRINCIPAL TOWNS AND
HOUDAI RESORTS IN GREAT BRITAIN and tilt
NORTH OF IRELAND.
Bead stamp for set Pictorial Post CarJa Applr tot
Guides. Timetables, Maps, etc-, to Messrs. T. Cook A
Bon, 245 and 1200 Broadway. ft 49 Madison Aye. anj 663
Fifth Aye.. and for Express Traffic to ail parts of
Great Britain to Messrs. Thos. Meadows & Co.. 81 New
St.. New York, or to Midland Railway. Derby Enf
ia.nA. W. GUT GRaNET. General Manager.
FRANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND.
Grand Hotel
PARIS
Boulevard Dcs Capacities and Place de I'Opera
1,000 Rooms with Private Baths.
Tariff on Application.

PARIS (Favorite American House)
HOTEL CHATHAM.
PARIS HOTEL DE L'ATHENEE
id Hue ocriba
* h Opposite the Grand Opera
"The Modern Hotel of Paris."
E. ARMBRUSTER, Manager.
PARIS
hotel de lille et o'albion.
2*3 Rue St. Honore, close to Place Vendomo First
cla*s. All modern Improvements. Every bom« comfort.
Largo hall. Restaurant, luncheon* and dinners at flxej
price or a la carte. Telegram* ULLALBION. PARia
—Henri Abadle. Proorletor. »«»•
PftDJCi HOTELS ST. JAMES
MniO| ETD'ALBAHY.
Grand Location, Opposite Tui'priea Gardens.
Private Baths. Heaters. Room from 4 frs.; with
2 Bed*. 6 frs. Lunch, 4 fr».; Dinner. 5 Tm . at
separate tablet. Fall Pension from frs. 18.50.
HOTEL BALTIMORE
88bls AVENUE KL^BER, Paris.
Open since March 1. Fins suites of rooms with hot !
and cold water. Bathroom to every apartment- mod
ern; with reasonable prices. M. GUTIREZ. Prop*.
"PARIS, HOTEL dv GRAND PALAIS
t Roe Jean Goagon, Champs Klxseea.
Private baths. Modern comforts.
Adapted for families. New Management.
IX-LES-BAfNS S^SEiMsS?
AIX-LES-BAiNS Z2ss£s2lsdPi&
HOTEL SPLENDID-EXCELSIOR.
M Kg Bfk■ ■«# Finest Situation
Xkß IB &1 W B orr.rlnoklnx
Ha I gJ Wm W the Faxk.
WE ■ ■HB ■ j AUETTI. Manacen.
■ HOTEL DU PARC
DDiieen Q grand hotel
UIIUOOIaiLO GrtU Boobs. Amertcaa Bar.
Qstend-Hotels
On Sea Fronts
THE "CONTINENTAL," 400 BEOS.
„ "SPLENDID," 400 BEDS.
„ KURSAAL & BEAU SITE, 150 BEDS,
ARRANGEMENTS ROOM it MEALS,
SS AND S3 PER DAY.
ACCORDING TO LOCATION OF ROOMS.
AUG. DECLERCK. Proprietor.,
OSTEND
The Hotel de la Plaere
On The Beach
Facing The Bathing
Is The Hotel & Restaurant
DE UJXE
AIITUfCDR 1 Qvrgrt ash skiject.
II I ffVCnr I first class.
THE GRAND HOTEL
I ' ' '
II I fff CHr J Favorite American Hotel. '
HOTEL DE L'EUROPE
nlffClir S Farorite American Hotel.
HOTEL DE L'EUROPE
AnlffCKr T.*«*|nr Hotel
HOTEL WEBER %~~
HOTELS IK GERMANY.
A IX-LA-CHAPELLE
•^Nuel lens Hotel!
-"- : i s- * ..!-» iPf i «nip ■■■^ijnMfriiTir~rrr i 'iiwnfiiiniiiijn^niM^ ■i>if»M.n* T ( hmP\n ■■nil "■ T
NG & CO.,
Foreign Resorts.
HOTELS HI EKGIAKD.
Foreign Resorts.
HOTELS IN G£EMANY.
BFfil IM Oppostte TVledrteh "t. Statics.
Hotel Coburg
BFRI IN WILHELIVr STREET;
CnLln DIPtOMATIC CENTRE.
ROYAL HOTEL £&•
BCDI 111 YEW. SET/ECT.
kGlkllif FRrEI>RICH ST. STATION.
Gd' Hotel de Russie
BCD! JM Private Mew Select.
Cnkin Friedrichstrasse.
Hotel Pariserhof
BCDI 111 Karfursten Srrasae, 11].
CilLln Mont Select. Lift. !W Rooai.
Terms 91. 50 to f a day for board an<! room.
PENSION TSGHEUSGHNER.
CICCCI "'"■ M Eavem'i «onw«»r D «.)
AddCL Jast «p9. Stattaa.
Hotel Monopol -flrs..
COLOGNE I o/Rhine
DISCH HOTEL
* Well- Known Select House *
COBLENGE V.JSsPaasSSr*
HOTEL-RIESEN-FUERSTENHOF
CADI CIJOC Finest Location.
UDLCiIIIf CiUP-to-t>ate. MoJerate Prices
HOTEL MONOPOL-METROPOLE
DopQnPiv Bath with * rtTai-
I\,i-4*>JLS M-*L Tl« Bath and Toilette.
HOTEL BELLEVUE
Distiarulahed House of old reputation. L'nique positioa.
B. RO'XEFELD. Gen. M-.n«-r
MANOVER. hr M Central Station
..HOTEL ROYAL..
The quirt and distlaroished hotel of H«n
•ver. Evrry comfort for travelers. Suites
and rooms with private toilet and bath.
KISSINGEN-BAD
Grand Hotel Russie
Favourite Resort of American
Society. Strictly First Class.
LmWTMfZ Best location on Promenade.
*JI» *j*Xm Famous Family Hotel.
V. G. Lloyd Office In Hotel
HOTEL ROYAL
LUXEMBURG JsSft^Si. Csrw
GD' HOTEL-BRASSEUR
MITTT NEW. lATEST COMFORTS.
111 **• OARAGE. OPP. STATION.
ROYAL HOTEL
MCT7 To\nt for B«tt!rCeld«. It7«-1. nmn**.
Hi. American Comfarts * Cltemt«le. «•"•»•
GRAND HOTEL
Late Europe.
MUNICH: Art Centre of Europt.
CONTINENTAL
Hotel de Luxe, MUNICH.
Ml lililP 11 ♦ The most beautiful and
UfllUn X modern in Germany
Four Seasons Hotel
NUREMBERBsr. 1!?.?^*1 !?.?^*
Sendlg's Wurttßrnbergar-Hof
WIESBIDEN. Hotal de lv«.
Nassauer-Hof Hotel
OL /» / ICwDHllEill f Amerlcaa Visitors.
W W PALACE HOTEL & Baths
WIESBADEN o"««™}gFs?P^K
HOTEL FURSTENHOF
Wiesbaden HLrsrsr«~
Parß & Bristol Hotel.
WIESBADEN /t>rro«T«}KEBSK
Imperial Hotel.
WIESBADEN. '■^SSrT*
HOTEL ROSE & Baths.
WILOUNeEN-^%^ 1 '
s«sJ£jafir&* THE KAISEHHOF
RUSSIA.
R^O^irBERLIN
First class— ijo Bedrooms:. American and
English Patrons. Swiss Proprietors.
AUSTRIA, HUNGARY & SWITZERLAND.
V HOTEL BRISTOL
Located «n the Fa»hionabl« Karnthnwninf,
and the favorit* nt*»rt of Americans. Per
f«ct French Cuisine and cbelce wines.
AUSTRIA .-The Tyrol
HOTEL TYROL, INNSBRUCK
I>?l!«htful'.T pl«-«»"»t Sninmer and Fall Keaort.
Thnrmichly uiodi-ra Grand Mouatala \l«ri
|>ri>t'.j O rounds. Writ* for Ulu»t- <tl*d arochui*
Foreign Resorts.
HOTEL METROPOLE,
Proprietors : The GORDON HOTELS, Ltd. | g± ■■ ■* Jt ■■
A Favored Stopping Place for American Visitors. I B1 ■■ 1111 HI
Mnst Central Pnmftion in th« West-End. ■ ■■ || ■ ■ ■■ !■
Tariff Frff from Uptown O(fir« "»w Korlr mMM ■■ ft^ KJ ■■ A
Tribune. " 1364 Broadwmy, V. V. MM ___?
London and North Western Railway Co.
THE PREMIER RAILROAD
OF GREAT BRITAIN.
A DIRECT ROUTE
Liverpool Rl/mrsldm
TO LONDON,.
LIST OP HOTELS MANAGED BY THE COMPANY.
Lime St. Hotel # Liverpool.
Eustcn Hotel * London. J Station Hotel # Holyhcad.
Queen's Hotel # Birmingham. I Park Hotel . • Preston.
Crewe Arms Hotel • Crewe. I North Wall Hotel * Dublin.
For Touriat Quite t ft all information a^rtsaMr. A. O. WAND, <?••'/ Pmaa. 4 Pnlg+t Afmt*
. 2*7 Filth Avenue, Saw York.
London, 1999. FREDERICK HARRISON. n«««ttl Mas<ger.
T T f OPPOSITE DAMMTHOR DEPOT.
ilamburg openinoap.il i»O8.
A Psittin H»t«i, Hotel Esplanade.
withthsv^utHt notet jCspicincLcie.
Am*rloM Requlp«m«nta. ca.ua«»*-s. linutMtTn. Humm,
gmakd ofe< * qmn Lnc*no» r*crw tub pasi.
jnromst thx >lA?ii».Gß>f«Jrr of m CAaI.TCW hotkx. lt»., LO!«TX>»«.
pROPtJETOiUi Dirrsru motbl- ajctix^- rtmttKi i scgArr
NEUENAHR r.
CHARMINGLY LOCATED IN THE VALLEY OF THE AHR.
WORLD RENOWNED far »• CURi sf DIABETES. LIVER. KIDNEY, awl ■TOMAON OfMaaa*.
as Ml) a* GALLSTONES, GRAVEL, NEPHRITIS, and GOUT.
M»*nlfl««nt mi KITRHAOS sad THEATRE, Crawl Cenosra, OeUistfal EzvaniMS, Tsoals Csnrta. treat ?!»«■«.
fn U»e KUR- HOTEL. ' aajotninf t&o Bato-Dooses, Ani9rio»n» will do* FIRST-CLASS Aoeoam«aafl
AMross Hew T«rk Trisans. Hew Twk. tor Hlaitr»te4 Bvililet.
ii 11 11 1 Oil Wf ° PENED May - 1908 - -fiS,
MUNIUH Regina Palace Hotel
Regarding Location, Sanitary Arrangements and Comfort
CjgS« ONE OF THE FINEST CITY HOTELS IN EUROPE.
fEBBT t... »K C ! b i M « ,*. I 240 apartments- 120 bedrooms WITH PRIVATE baths. J
TjBBE^^ST IBi« note*, 31 anJcn* ' -*
For Illustrated Tariffs apply N. Y. Tribune. Sew York, or 265, Strand, London.
V*% 4- r-x *m 1 >%lr^M ***• Hotel Victoria . w - iltf
Inter lak c n •* Hotel Jungfrau \ miM .
| ALL ON THE HOHEWEO. EN E fv' JSSSS^KSf. *c ' ""^
rife "' dlng TJll *-*** HOTEL ANGLETERRE
JLjlwJalk? Bronchitis, Etc.— Garage— SUlTES WITH PRIVATE BATH
Al A _fILJ A DCI II? Lea.lin* HotoL Carlton B«ataoraat. imw. isd Rag.
!>Vm(_ l\ WIIA4 IT C»•tm C Society Patron*. Beat la Ah. Gara«a.
GRAND MONARQUE^^is
BUMP-EXCELSIOR HOTEL
KUIvIE Open the Year Round. Sumptuously Appointed.
■ By-5*B -y-5* Most Modern House. Splendid Position * s d
" m -MODERA TE CHARGES-
Under Same Management as The Grand Hotel National, Lacerae
ENGADINE: MALOJA am Ft a)
Unique Furnished Private Chalets for hire |JPq| £% £\ Irf/^fol
The Ideal Spot in Switzerland for a Ion; stay. ML did %*> OUtvlc
The Famous Palace Hotel has been entirely renovated, and embraces every modern requisite*
Private Baths, Electric Light, Splendid Public Rooms, Latest Sanitation, etc.; an Unrivalled
List of Out-of-Door Sports may be enjoyed:— Golf, Tennis, Boating. Mountain Trout Fishing. Climb
ing, etc., while Indoor Games of all sorts are provided, including English and French Billiard*
4^ Two Leading European Hotels gk
tw Pj£± ' Every Modern Comfort. jj*
#"• L « RT . Propr. n vt**2^
ATJSTRIA. HUNGARY & SWITZERLAND
BUDAPEST
GD 9 HOTEL HUNGARIA
First Class Hotel with Panoramic View a*r«r Mi«
Danube. Every modern comfort. Exclusive Ameri
can * English patronage. CHARLES J. BUR6U.
Manager, formerly •! Imperial Hotel, Vienna.
CARLSBAD ''SXLZrsz^
SAVOY ft WEST END HOTEL
CARLSBAD 1 A
CARLSBAD ys&rAZZZ ~ ""*
-£;:r Hotel Bristol
INTERLAKEN. H^
LAKES. J. (JEM H. Propriotor A Maaacsr.
MaRIENBID. „,«**■«•«„,
HOTEL WEIMAR
LAUSANNE MOTOR OABAOX)
HOTEL BEAU-SITE^.
HOTEL RIGHE-MONT
The MODERN HOTELS of LAUSAXN*
*ns»«rfc Vi«w» of J.oJk« ao« «.uii«l»
Beat AMorle— sad Eafllah T*Urm*s*.
•oltM with rritM* Batk.
LAUSANNE I co«»»l
MONTREUX <»WXTZK*LAXI»
HOTEL CHATEAU IELMONT
holds left position la Montrttu,
«ad is tk» mat popular Motors hrase.
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE.
i -
RAMP 1 F-iiit Sooth.
URIC i Electricity. Stew.
ROYAL HOTEL i tm \ZZ£'7
Open the lear K.und. j j^rat, Bathroom*
Foreign Resorts.
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FEANOE.
Rome, Italy.
Grand Hotel.
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND.
The most beautiful
and comfortable
Hotel in Italy. Electric
light throughout. American
elevators. Charming Suites
with bathrooms attached.
Under the same Direction as
THE SAVOY HOTEL, LONDON.
Rome, Italy.
Gd Hotel Quirinal
OPEN THE YEAR BOUND
Hig ; r«puu>4 *»* ta«htoMkl« Is* eUfo H«tal » is>«
healthloat sad Bmrnmt port of »•»»•-,. «T«nr ■liini
comfort ao« laxarf. Orsa4 Hall. SsjmL Fi 1 I Hi V»t*
rooma. rorfoot ••nltatloa. »■
■ioh class nmycH «*srArßA3rr.
■TKAJC HgAT raaocoHOPT.
Gf-y/\l IN BEAUTIFUL
CllUAl PRIVATE PARK.
"EDEN PALACE."
GFIIIIA Yiewa of Port
lallVM r'•.-,:-.r '•.-,:-. Sari*
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