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SSfESE S<JH FIBAKCE
Reform Association Trustee Landed
in Jail for Larceny.
„ implied to the Chinese Reform
■** to * l -th* topir of comment yesterday
riott and Dover, street, because
.round P" 1 ; trustee of the. reform associ
£ke€d ° /Jn accu^ by Gong Cheng Dok-of
.itk* $140 that had been intrusted to
S^^STSs^nT-ted v couple of days ago
Mr - !! .! John Bu.ke. and he M arraigned
If U^ Magistrate' Preen in the Centre
,«terds> «' h affidavit containing the
Tgrani larcony wa, read to him Mr.
«*-*■ £J_Xd concisely. -Him a lie." This
a "*° ZSTa- a Pica of not guilty, and he was
*»* accepted »i u;iin to-morrow for csamina
** In *•_»-* of hail he * s coramitted to
** Tombs. .town Mr I>eo. at No. 3 Pell street.
™ tSar^rn^n^ccdo is i croc*. He
» ;dy€E "r-.u,-!, American. He thinks that he
S. Nothing ror noting. He told the
** * ! i,w business here at No. 3 * Pell street^
jotte 4 »Se I*» lhc *»?*• He neVer haS ha
11181 " L-Then Once he tried to have me at re
U u S TVou'a not do i'
" headquarter, ol the Chinese Empire Re-
At TssStion Mr. Chow said: "We are very
V,; a . this matter shoe** have rome up.
_?__i wL trusted :i» all oX us. and we felt
' ■_?fIW- him fa » down hi his tnißt -' fall
«*' ;\,. Brief-* say-wa* most disheartening.
* c * = ' " ¥ •£- but Mr. She«do is may be what
*' n^ristians might call a weak vessel."
C> '™ Main, who is known as one of the
G°* its of New York-s real Chinatown, said to
'evoTtcr yesterday: "Mr. Staeedo was a
« *?%£* i don't want, to say anything against
•*" «nt he could read English too well, and he
too nuch about high finance. Maybe, if he
a white man he could have got away
*** » But he was yellow, and so they caught
y!r . : : *' T ! who is understudy for "Chuck"
'**. End trows every "lobbygow" within rifle
*S7ctothain Sauare. remarked when the mat
#ot " broucht to his attention: "Sheedo was a
■_.T" but he couldn't get away with it. I
r°° '™ for ...... I suppose that if. a guy is
m~ im to pay the penalty of not being
n^ raise white side whiskers and a laugh
l \L-vtT he attends a banquet."
SSSoe Headquarters it was said last night
_!__!__l was a clever Chinaman, and that bail
goffered for him. but had been refused
*££f « was thought that the surety was not
* ciLf It «■ said that Sheedo had not figured
Idoti ia any criminai proceedings.
FOREIGN NEWS OF INTEREST.
p.^,, slippers and rose pet.!, are taking the
Srf £• fashionable weddings in Europe.
*f , ' „,w r t : irr ers-to replace the old shoes-are
IZol talf an inch long, and are made of silver
2J cut in the shape Of dainty slippers. The
>•*■.; „. replace the rice-are the real thing
•VJLr.o's of retals stripped by hand from pink
~Zk The dipper* and roue petals are heaped m
p-I" bowls in the fc.ll. When the bride Bad brlde-
Lcn cmcrgr. instead of being cannonaded with
'can* rice and old shoes, a pink and silver cloud
SiweipeUla «nd little shining slippers envelops
then.
In Jcpasi w-ojnen have to admit their true age. A
tocim dresses according to her age. She wears
rda pins until she is twenty-five. At thirty the
me »i* whit^. merely spotted with gold, and at
forty s!* ""• fi ' rs r> lain slieU combs Her sho<>s are
tlsoctasged as the age change?.
Ite £vrra?e rat possesses extraordinary sagac
ity. Or. a sailing ship bound to Calcutta from
Car? Town some time ago it was decided to try
to reduce tlie number of rats which had boarded
the vessel at ihe latter port. The end of ; "an ordi-
Tiary cask was planed perfectly smooth, coated
*i;n grease and a meat bait tacked in the centre.
TteesiJ was fixed on with two nails, balanced so
tiii dnu'id anything touch* it off th.- centre it
wn:M to down. The ca&k was partly filled with
•crater arid burled in the ballast to within a few
laches "i .the top. The first r.iglit over two hun
irti :»?!= were caught, tlie second night few, the
tiSrf Eight none was caught. ■■ was found by
the narks of rats' feet in the grease and the
cisiing bait that they had discovered the exact
ctttre, tnd took the bait 'as they liked. Half an
iadmn either m^p of the centre meant death.
EtCiuai is still ruzzling the French scientists.
9k latest conundrum is. "Where does it come
JrcsT' One scientist says that radium comes to
wfroathe sun in DM form of solar emanation.
K<- does not believe it to be something inherent
in certain earth born substances, such as the
tilth blend, from which it was first extracted.
He thinks that it comes to earth continually in
irSriteEirsid quantities with every ray of light.
to to speak, that reaches us from the solar orD.
This accoants, lie says, in a measure for the
traces of radium bring continually discovered in
«3 sorts cf thir.rs. gaseous and mineral alike.
The British farm laborer for rustic brilliancy Is
iird to beat. A man who is ployed on a. farm
h k Ullage near Nottingham. England, was sent
ra a journey to take a parcel to a place about
tetive miles from his own village. As he started
atitr late in the day, his master was surprised
» lee hiai back soon after dark. "You surely
isTK't been there and back." his employer said
to La. "Xay. r.ay, maister," the man replied. "I
En •'"•ilf way theer, and it began to git dark, so I
wad hack again. 1*1! go t'other half to-morrow,
Mac."
?i* pear! trad«» ,' Bombay has depreciated in
<•■ hi the last Beason. It is there that the
W« art finally collected by the jewel merchants.
cfihcir. are sent to Pari*. and many are pur
ti^Lsei On by wealthy Americans, most of whom.
*»*«■«•. have bought .-paring.}- this year. Pearls
fc ?aris ere now selling: at a third of the usual
£»«. tad jewellers have cancelled their orders for
Js-Iher consignments from Bombay.
*!*:r.ark£.-v case of ■ girl swallowing hardware
•"cwtfl a few weeks ago in a. neighboring: village
*J Hirschberg. in SfleriaJ The girt went to a doc
*•* in the • v.- of Hirschbers. Believing that she
*** f^- f - - from what appeared to be a tumor
*ie etomach. he decided •• perform an opera-
'WTien the incision was= made, however, the
*55*sed growth was= found to consist of a com
jj* 1 ttsts- of hardware which the patient must
**■« wa^owed. It contained 1.400 1-inch nails, 1%
*j* Ptes. 70 ner-(3!c-«, 1 nail heads and 4 fragments
*Ela£S. Th^ coltectioa weighed two and a quarter
pan
£?? exterlors of most Chinese temples are beautl
•*■ 58 crpearaiH-e. but inside they are often the re
** *-TLe floors are : ft uilM~W.ll, and the •wall*
**'"' dust has gathf-rcd in crevices and on
«*jaev tn juries. The place where the idol ll
l"**-* Is perhaps the most dusty and uncared
la a Chinese temp]*'. The yellow cloth that
1 * it? head is often etalned and frowsy looking.
*crEhippir.g Chinese do not tread on tiptoe
~«n they €r ' ltr a •,:,.,.,. . neither do they walk
« bowed heads, .• ._.._ conscious of the over
!." presence of the god. They crack their
JJJ**' *nd throw the shells on the floor. They
t?S2 * ;■■■ t^eir pipes, and with broad grins at
ji * - 0 -* P"ff the emoke out. unconscious that
*** !1 'y of disrespect to the Idol.
te te y f^es in China where horses are used
t> a j; S"* 1 Ktt«Bt are Shanghai. Esine Tau and
!*9 ori Australian "walere." so called becausa
**"V »*'* in s$ ; c* South Wales, are the most
til"^ i Th «** horse* are Imported into Shang-
Ukf ca 1 *of from twenty to fifty, are well
u ~*« cT^ 1 ° D t!e voyaK *- and - arriving In ex
11 **f.t. Uoa> * r * *' ut into »»• within a couple
**« *!ter arrival.
l«l :e: e . J^n lB Mag experimented with Jn
titfu g. ' tr< * •*•» to ridding It of th« rabbit
* rn *I>e!> "' " * Plan is producing good result*.
"*<>":" ' » PlacM 8t th mouth of the bur
"**•* a-> , ,/ ls then stopped with earth. The
°*<* to« J ''* ■• frightened by the rust
tin «ljL t r thal they mat not approach the
'I«-U_- S to die m the burrow.
Excursions.
Ounday Excursion
0 up THE Hudson
To West Point & Newburgh
Str. Homer Ramsdeli
Xrtrr* fnot FRANK 1.1% ST., 0.00 A.M..
WEST 12»TH ST., ».8O A.M.
Kr.t-rn<-« le.»-« <TF.»BI K(i H «.OO I*.M.|
WKBT POINT 7.00 P.M.
Round Trip, 90 Cents.
DINNER SERVED ON BOARD.
ORAA'GE LAKE PARK, dttisred «•
be»Titif-.' Ot«d«t L«k*, has many added -.unc
tions this summer. Tbe Park is • miles f root
Newlrorfti . and '.• Tery esslly sod qnlekly reached
* fey trolleys, ninninit ererr 10 tatnat»s. directly
fro» tbe beet lsadlag? — tboe affordinz excur
sionists tb« sddttlensl pleamirr of a trolley ride
tbrorcj* » meat drtlchtfn! p«rt of tbe country.
ITT-i<r^i<-.fi ticket* fr"n» New Yhrk t« Orsntw Lak*
Park. $1.15. Tickets sold on steamer.
CHARMINQ EXCURSIONS
Up the Picturesque Hudson to
West Point, Newburgh and Ponghkcepsie
Daily i except Sunday) by Palace Iron Day Line
Steamers "Hendrlck Hudson." "New York. ana
-Al-any." Brooklyn. Fulton St. (by Anrex). ■:_•»_••
brosses St.. 8:40 and »:40; W. 42d St.. 9:00 and 1°: O( >.
W. 129 th St.. t»-20 and 10:20 A. M. Returning on either
down boat due 426 St. 5:30 or 8:40 P. M.
MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
WEST POINT
STEAMER MARY POWELL.
Leaving Desbrosees St.. 1:45; W. 42d St.. 2:00; W.
l-_»9th St.. 2:20 P. M. Arriving West Point 5 P. M..
where close connection for New York is made with
Day Line steamer "ALBANY." Excursion fare 51.00.
Also choice when buying ticket of return by any West
Shore or N. T. Cent, train or Cent. Hudson, Str.. $1.10.
siring ample time to see Cadets in Camp. Public
Buildings, etc. Orchestra on board. ,r- • .. -. '
This Excursion Made Daily, except Sunday
« ■
SPECIAL SEA CUFF STEAMBOAT
The Fast Twin-Screw Steamer
SAGAMORE
O> JILY BD. 4TH. STH AND 6TH.
as follows:
Leave ft. E. Slat St. Leave Sea Cliff.
Friday Juiy 3rd 1 :"0 p. m. 7:00 p. m.
Saturday July 4th »:4S a. m. 7:00 p. m.
Sunday July r.th 0:45 a. m. 7:00 p. m.
{Sunday July f»th fe:3o p. m.
Monday July 6th 8:00 a. m.
This service subject to change without notice.
FAKE 30c. ONE WAY. 50<-. ROVXD TRIP.
QUEBEC
TERCENTENARY CELEBRATION
JULY 20TH TO 31ST. 1908.
Grand Historical Pageants
i State visit of H. R. H. T'rinre of Wales; Display by
' French. American, »nd British Warships. ' Foreign
! Troops.
1 Grand stand reserved seat tickets for the pageants
! on sale, on and after July Ist, at the offices of
THOS. COOK & SON,
i 245. 1200 BROADWAY. 643 MADISON AYE..
| 563 FIFTH AYE.. NEW YORK.
l| n Every Sunday Morning to
UHU H Glenwood
ihp .Steamer '•Orient" from Pier 8.
llill j E. R.. at 9:30 a. m.. and ft.
Sl st St. E. EL. at 10:00 a. m.
n.-.^J Returning leave Glenwood at
Knynn 4:3 ° P m
UUUIIU Kxcur*lon 50c. Tickets.
RED BANK LINE.
Leaves Franklin K. Pier 24. N. R. . Sally. 8 A M. 3
r M ■ Punfiays, 9 A. M. only for Highlands, Red Bank.
etc. Exc. 50c. Trolley to Long Branch. Asbury Park.
Extra Boat leaves July 4 and . >, 8:30 A. M.
Instruction.
For Both Sexes— City.
THE BEKI.ITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
MADISON SQUARE (1122 Broadway). _
HARLEM BRANCH: 343 Lenox Aye.. near 127 th St.
BROOKLYN' " "3 Court St.
Teachers sent to places within hundred miles.
6UMMER SCHOOL AT APBURY PARK. N. J.
HOTEL TOURAINE ANNEX.
Fifth Avenue, near Grand.
Teachers sent to all points of Jersey Coast.
Hours for the Summer School may he reserved now.
THE PAINE UPTOWN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
1331 BROADWAY. CORNER «STH ST.
' Business. Shorthand and Telegraph;
Individual instruction Day and even
ing Registered State Board of Resents
Pupils placed. Bead for illustrated cat
alogue.
DD A If IT ' Q 154 NASSAU ST..
|_# PC f\ IV E— O Near Brooklyn Bridge.
?horthand. Typewrltine and Bookeepln^. SITUATIONS
GUARANTEED. EARLY NIGHT SCHOOL. Come direct
from business 'Phone, write or call Tor catalog.
For Both Sexes — Country.
Starkey Seminary
On Seneca Lake, near Watkins. Opened Sept. L
Boarding school for both sexes Prepares for best col
leges. Eleven teachers; specialists. Course* ln art.
tnuslc. commerce.
M. EUMMERBELL. Pres.. Lakemont. N. T.
LOOKING FOS A SCHOOL OB CAMP?
YOU CAN FIND the SCHOOL WANTED
by writing School Agency, 630. 41 Park Row. New Tork.
For Young Ladles — Country.
The Taconic School for Girls. *«/
Berkshire Hilla. Separate home for younger girls.
Thorough college, preparatory anJ special courses.
Golf tennis. basket-ball. boating. MISS LILIAN
DIXON. A. B. (Welles-ley and Bryn Mawri. MISS
BERTHA BAILEY. B. £. (Wellesley). Lakevllle. Conn.
nr\HE FRANCES OILMAN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.— Open
X entire year. 46 Lake St.. White flaina
Swimming.
SWIMMING SCIENTIFICALLY TAUGHT.
Heated Poo!f. Pr'-f rie!"n. 2.S V.>s-' 44th.
School Agencies.
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN TEACHERS' AGENC*
supplies Professors, Teachers. Tutors. Oovernessea. etc
to Colleree, 6chool and Famlliea. Apply to
Mrs If J TOIJNO-FUI-TON. 23 tJnion Squara.
Foreclosure Sale.
SUPREME COJTRT. NEW YORK COUNTY.—
Guardian Trust Company of New York, plaintiff,
against Mogollon Mountain* Investment Company, de
fC Jn a pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale,
duly made and entered In the above entitled action on
the* Ist day of July. 1908. I. the undersigned, the
referee in said Judgment named, will sell at-publio
auction at the Exchange Kales Room. No». 14-16 Vesey
Street in the Borough of Manhattan, on the 10th day
of July I*** at 12 o'clock noon on that day. by
Joseph P. D&y. Auctioneer, th« property arid securities
directed liv said judgment to be Bold, to wit: 162.T.00
•hares of 'the Littl* Fannie Mining Company. 162,500
shares of the Mineral Creek Milling Company.
•» »2." 000 Fhares of the common stock of the Silver
r're"i-k Mining Company. 214, MS shares of the preferred
stock of the Silver Creek Mining Company. 20.000
shares of the common stock of the Mogollon Mountains
Investment Company.
Dated. New York. July 3. 11WH
HOY M. ROBINSON. Referee.
GRATTAN COI.VIN. Attorney for Plaintiff. No. 163
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New York
City, N. T.
Country Board.
IN THE GRAND OLD BERKSHIRE — RIVER-
Fide Inn. Tyringham. Mass. — Ideal spot for rest and
recreation. Cool and picturesque. High altitude; 200
acres. Fresh milk and vegetables. Spring water.
Rates $8 to $12 Kuptrb table. Booklet. On N. V..
N. H. A H. R. 11. (Station Lee, Mass.)
COOL. BOAT RIDE.— A DEUCHTFUL HOME 18 OF
fered to a few refined people in a handsome hou»e,
with large ground*, piazza*. commanJlng (1m view of
bay 63 St. Mark's Place, tit. George. Staten Island.
GOOD HEALTHY FARM AT CIIKNTERriELD.— Lots
of shade: air/ rooms; mutilc; adults f7 per week;
children. $3.60 per week MRS. J. LAWYER, Cream
ridge. N. J. R. V. D. No. 1.
HII.I>DAI.K. K. J.. 22 miles from New York; rn<v!ern
house, large grounds, high elevation, plent./ \,t
shade; short distance from Jepot; excellent f»b;i;;
commutation; terms $7. , Mrs. W. 8. MACK.
I . — — ■ — — 1
•WEEK E.VDS ACCOMMODATED: also few boarder;
private farm opposite Haltunrol golf link*; fine
table; reasonable. P. O. 102. Springfield. N. J. '
feCMMER BOARDERS WANTED.— Splendid accom
modations; —ode * rates. MRS. LEWIS MESBIN
(jER, Northampton Co., Tatamy, I'ena.
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. JULY 5. 1908.
THE ANSWER TO THE VACATION QUESTION
THE MUSICAL CENTRE OF AMERICA
ASBURY PARK
World Famous Resort of the North Jersey Coast
„ _, V. - . , .' , Ir ; nk -ordi.-a HMMT, Yaw, Victor Herbert. U. S. Marine Band; tha J-Mee.lah."
"tlijah. with Da\id Blspham. «o se J*™* r _ an m the wor irt; afternoon organ reciUls by Mark An
dhre"lOd h re"l Or TO "hn tT^aSe °Kdwin I r.a-Hnd others" Kre'at children's festivals; noted lecturers; sp*ct M u
f.7*srs«lifl l Udini'th«W«l-? Auditorium seat. ia000: casino arcade AH Summer
Arthur Prvor's American Band and Soloists All Summer
For complete program. il.u ß tr_ted booklet and hotel list address Bureau of Information. SSO Mattlson Ave
nueAsbur OOce an.N n. J Hotel, Largest of the Leading Hotels.
Delightfully located. _______ GEO. L. ATKINS.-S ONS.
Victoria Hotel, Fifty Yards from the Surf. k
Open all year. Capacity 300. $13 up. Splendid service. Rooms with bath. S. KEMPE.
Hotel Brunswick, Overlooking Ocean and Esplanade.
H^eststanda" maintain^. Booklet and rates. Address MORGAN & PARSONS.
The Fenimore, a Homelike Hotel by the Sea.
Capacity 275. Modern in Every Aspect. * • THOMAS KOB_l_
' Minot House, Third Avenue.
Select .ervlce only. Capacity 200. Elevator. Evening dinner*. J. MINOT.
The Madison. 5X&C21J851 Lloyd House gSSgf&RSH
walk and Sunset Lake. Capacity ISO. Booklet. equipment. Cap. 150. Finest location. L. EVANS..
Metropolitan Hotel. SSL. The Willard. Bfo ce c co"roc o "ro^ v oc u eln.
A model family hotel $15 up. S. T. CHAMPION. Capacity SO. White service. A. F. NEW KIRK.
THE ABOVE ARE AMONG ASBURY PARK'S BEST HOUSES
Write direct to them for rates. an.l give complete Information of your -wants.
WATER CAP HOUSE
... DELAWARE WATER GAP. FA.
A mountain Paradise. Open to December. Finest
equipped, best appointed, largest and most luxurious
hotel In this region. 100 suites with private tiled
baths. Running water in all rooms. $100,000 Improve
ments 1907. No noise of railronds or Just of high
ways. Magnificent parks, lawns and porches, Highest
altitude: no humidity: coolest location. Cuisine of
hißhest standard. Own farms and registered cows.
Entire white service. Orchestra of soloists. Riding
academy, Rolf, boating, bathing, fishing, etc., etc. New
Karaee and livery. Booklet of camera views and official
auto maps mailed. Special July v an ,', 1 . wm» rates.
Coaches meet trains. JOHN PLRD\ (OPE.
THE KITTATINNY,
DEUAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
LARGEST. MOST MODERN. AND THE LEADING
HOTEL COOLEST LOCATION. Derives the full benefit
of the breezes caused by the --Gapß" formation. Table
supplied from Hotel's Farm. Orchestra, social diversions.
Write for booklet showln. Hotel. Klttatlnny Park scenea,
official auto maps. Livery, garage, laddie horses. Kitta
tlnny coach meet* all trains. American .£ l *2: v £ 1 "'
A la Carte. G. PRANK COPS.
MONTANESCA
New neat select Modern family hotel. Booklets ana
floor rlans on request I. D. IVISON. Owner and Pro
prietor. Mt. Pocono. Pa. |
mHE ESSICK. 2500 FT. IN ALLEGHEMBS.-GOLF
1 tennis, fishing, orchestra, caalno furnished cottages,
steam hent. excellent cuisine; booklet. H. M. t.b&lLJi.
Ksslck Heights. Pa.
KHODE IBLAXP.
WATCH HILL HOUsf and COTTAGES
Watch Hill, R. I.
OPENS JIXY IST.
On lhe Ocean.
Beautiful rca.is for automoblling.
Finest Golf Links on the Atlantic Coa*t_
Tennis Courts. Ocean Bathing.
Moderate rates.
AJdres* B H. TARD. .
CONNKCTICCT.
EDQEWOOD INN
GREENWICH (on the Sound) CONN.
NOW OPEN
S8 miles from New York. 80 train* daily.
Superior Stables and Auto Quarters.
Fine Roads for driving and AutomoDlllßg
In a picturesque country.
Caalno. Golf, Tennis, Bowling; «pacloa» „
Vwandaa. Concert, and Dancing UJg.^^.gSg-
THE GRISWOLD
EXTERN POINT.
NEW LONDON, CONN.
SOW OPEN.
Vnder New Management.
FINEST FUMMER REPORT HOTEL IN AMERICA.
T**o and a half hours from New York.
Unequalled falling. Bathing, Automoblllng.
Driving. Tennis. Golf. Dancing.
For I'.ooklet, Rates. &c. address
W. J. FLEMING. M_r.
Also Mgr. The Belleview, Relleair. Fla.
sjftTCl PDCCII DANBrRY, CONN. 70 mllea
nil ICL UlitCni ' ■• New York. New an. l up
to date. Mecca of Auto Tourists. F. A. CANTWELL. Mtr.
SIMMER BOARD IN THE
BERKSHIRES
Attractive hous.e modern conveniences; extensive view*
of mountain* ana lake; tennla. golf, 10 *'
fishing. References exchanged. P. O. BOX 215. Lake
ville. Conn.
KKW HAMPSHIRE
waumbekXcottages
jc.fcrson, X. H., White Mountains
Season June to October
-3DOKLET CHARLES V. MURPHY, Mgr.
Mou'ntaln Open Golf Amateur Chaniplon»hip Tour
nament. August 27th. 28th. 29ta^
MAINB.
CUSHINC'S ISLAND
Cawo Ba/. Maine.
OTTAWA HOISE and ( OTTAGES.
BOIL'K * HATKIELD.
NOW OPEN.
Always cool; Invigorating climate; pure water.
VERMONT.
UP IN VERMONT
That's the place for a Real Vacation. Most delightful
summer climate; unequailed scenery S& to $10 a
week at hotels, farm and village homea, country camp*
ln hear' of Green Mountains and on shores of Lake
Champlafn Express trains from New York and Boston
via Central Vermont line. Send 6c for 150-pag« til
•Summer Homes." A. W. ECCLESTONE. 385 Broad
wa/. New Tork.
LAKE BOMOSEEN ggSZSSSk.
Ratea $8 to *14. W. C. MOUND. Prop.. HydevlUe. Vt.
fT^HB PROSPECT AND COTTAGES. ON LAKE BOMO
1 *eec Castleton. Vermont.— Electric lights, new garage,
sanitary plumbing. Send for circular. I. B. ELLIS. Mar.
LAKE ST. CATHERINE HOUSE
In the Green Mountains. Tennis, boating, fishing. Large
alrv rooms' wide slia.lv veraniian; unsurpassed cuisine.
Pates reasonable' <iKO. 11. BARROWS. Wells. Vt.
RICHELIEU & ONTARIO
NAVIGATION CO.
Charmingly Situated Summer Hotels on
the Picturesque Lower St l*wren<*
MANOIR RICHELIEU H feSC*
MURRAY BAY. QUE.
THE TADOUSAC * v.no""""" 1
TAUOf SAC. QCE.
These hljh-claas Summer Hotels are replete
with all modern Improvements and the climate
and scenery at these points are unequalled on the
For further particulars and Booklet write to
manager*.
Qurbcr's Greatest Year.
LAKE ST. JOSEPH HOTEL
Before during and after the Tercentenary, THE hotej
1* the LAKE ST. JOSEPH, In Laurentlan Mountains.
100 rooms; .'ill minutes from Quebec; station in ground*:
special train service; boating, fishing, tennis, golf, cro
quet- all electrical appliances; telegraph. Rates »'..' J>o
up Best New York management Write for booklet.
Man**.r. Lake 51. Joseph Hotel, Quebec.
NEW JERSET-
TENNSVLVAMA.
CANADA.
NEW JF.RST.T.
HOTEL MAKLBOROUGH,
Grand Aye., Asbury Park. N. J.
Leading all year round hotel.
Room* single or en suite, with private bath*.
Evening dlnnena. Orchestral concerts.
Booklet. Telephone. A. M. SEXTON.
HOTEL COLONIAL, NORT r H A^i BUKT
Bth Aye. and Ocean. New and modern.
Catering to a refined patronage.
Now open. Booklet. MRS. T. V. SILVA. Prop.
HOTEL BRISTOL JAshury Park. &i
IlvJ I tZl^ DKI^l VL. ) niroct Ocean Front.
Enlarged and remodelled. Elegant baths.
Spacious veraudaa. Evening dinners. Music.
Booklet. BANTA & HILYARIX
HOTEL THEDFORD f«^~_So2k
Modernized. Booklet. Phone H. DUFFIELD.
SELECT FAMILY HOTEL ON THE BEACH.
mx WELLINGTON, asb^rt tt pp h ark.
Rooms with bath. Phone 85S. B. D. SMITH.
COLEMAN HOUSE.
ASBCRT PARK. N. J.
A whole nquare on the Ocean.
Thorouifhly modernized. 60 Suites with private batha.
Booklet FRANK B. CONOVER.
THE BERWIN,
ASBURY PARK. N. J.
Absolute! v first class; elevator to street level: room*
en suite with bath. 8. BAKER BROOKS.
HOTEL EDGEMERE ASBL £ Y f AHK
4TH AYE. AND BEACH.
Remodelled and modernized.
Booklet. Telephone. J. E. KAINE & SON.
HOTEL LVNNHAVEN.
Aitury Park. N. J- 2nd Aye. and Klngsley St.
Block from Ocean. Accom., 200 guests.
Booklet. Telephone 874. J. R. WHYTE.
HOTEL MO.VMOITH,
ASBURT PARK. N. J.
On the Ocean front. Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths.
WM. APPLEGATE. Prop.
HOLLYWOOD
HOTEL AND COTTAGES,
LONG BRANCH, N. J.
NOW OPEN.
V
Under entirely new management this season.
EAGER St BABCOCK, Booking Office.
14 EAST 60TH ST.. NEW YORK CITY.
Telephone. 3500 — Plaza.
NEAR NEW MILLION DOLLAR Plhlß
HOTEL OSTEND,
Boston Aye. and Bo&rdtvalk. Block Ocean front. Atlantic
City, N. J. 400 room* overlook ocear._ 100 with bath. Sea.
water baths. Heated sea water swimming pool. White
service. Orchestra. Special terms. 512.50 to $-"O weekly.
American plan. Coai-h meets train?. Literature mailed.
NEW YORK OFFICE. 28U FOURTH AYS.
•Phon<i 6246 Gramercy. L>. P. KAHTER, Manager.
Grand Atlantic Hotel
Virginia Aye. and Beach. Atlantic City, N. J. Always
open. Capacity 600 guests. Within few steps of famous
Steel Pier. Southern t-xposure. L'nc hstructed view. Large
rooms. Running artesian water. Sea water in all baths,
private and public. Sun parlors. Elevator. • Phones in
rooms. Orchestra. White service. Excellent tuislne.
Coaches meet trains. Write for literature. Terms «M2M
up weekly. American plan. Long distance 'phone 1480
(Belli Atlantic City. CHARLES E. COPE.
flOartborougb-Kkiiftctni
(CAPACITY 1100)
The leading resort house of America.
particularly attractive .luring ______
ATLAXTH CITVS GREAT SI MMEK SEASON.
JINE. JILY. AVGtST AND SEPTEMBER.
The rooms are large, and the 400 private baths are
each supplied with hot and cold tea water, so benen
clal in rheumatic and other troubles. Exquisite music
Is a feature. WHITE SERVICE in both American and
European Dining rooms. _^».t-
V JOSIAH WHITE & SONS.
GALEN HALL
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
A few weeks fn our comfortable and elegant house,
with every modern convenience and superior table and
service, will bo a great restorer.
Baths for pleasure or health for ladlea and gentlemen.
with trained attendants only.
F. L. TOL'NO. General Manager.
The MONTCLAIR
ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP
MONTCLAIR. N. J.
THE ORTLEY INN,
EQUAN BEACH. ORTLEY, N. J. On the Sea Shore Llna
of Penna. R. R.. seventy mile* from New Tork and Phil*.
Fine surf bathing, sailing and fishing. Rates »10 to
|17 M» per week. Now open f"r l'3d ijeasoa. tor par
ticular* address JOHN J. HEN3ON.
THE ALBERTSON,
.MAN T<)I.OKIN<i. N. J.
DIRECTLY ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.
SEND FOR BOOKLET.
J. R. ALBERTSON. Prop.
OCEAN GROVE.
■JfITCI II A ICCTIP I>IRKCTLY ON BEACH.
RuIlL InAuCdilW Opm from March l<t <o
" w A M» Oct. 15. Elevator. Book-
Ty a* ft II rr U let. Phone.
Kb UUC C R CLEMENT A CLEMENT.
THE SPRAY VIEW, OCEA S S. BOV *
Directly on ocean front. Bend 'o^teoklet an-^rate*.
CTDATrADIs Main Are.. Ocean Grove, >*. J.
2* M. KA **V \»n.MLM Third door from th« ocean.
Good table; reasonable; T>o rooms. A. W. LYMAN.
THE COLONIAL^ nn n A rre% ft
Fine ocesn view. Spacious veranda*.
Booklet. 6. FOSTER.
THE ALLAIRE BFRI^, LAI1 *
Direct ocean front. Bookl.t. E. M. RICHARDSON.
MASSACHPSETTS.
310SEM0NT— BEDFOED TERRACE,
>ORTHAMrTON. MASS.
Feur houn from New Tork. vicinity of Berkshire*:
magnificent »c«n«ry. mountain air. all city convenience*
an.l country advantage*; flrat claaa t».ble; large, beau
tiful moms and verandaa; rates moderate, placa un
aiirpaased for rest and comfort It. COKKLIN.
NEW YORK.
SUNSET CAMP.
Bams nice cottages, also some fine tents not yet
taken Write for Booklet and references to R. BEN
NETT. Raquette Lake. N. V-
NEW YORK.
TN 1 THTE HKART OF THB APfWOyPACsH.
T!l! RUISSEAUMONT
sad COTTAGES. I*ke riMid. N. T.
OPEN JUNE TO OCTOBER
Ad Ideal Resort for Rest and Recreation. Suites
with private baths. For ratea an.l booklets adJress
B. H. PATRICK. Manager.
(Formerly Ae«*t Manager Waldorf- Astoria, H. T. )
LAKE PLACID ADIRONDACKS
GRAND VIEW HOTEL
Open June to October. GOLF, Canoeing, all Adlrmdac*
attractions. Address, THOS. PARKES.
Booklets at Town A Country, 2ST 4th At«.
PAUL SMITH'S
IN" THE
ADIRONDACKS
Oarood and St. Regis Chain of Lake*.
Through train service day and nlfht. New
Tork Central Lines — Paul Smith's Railway.
- Direct wire* — »t» York Stock 'Exehiiiia'*. -
open '4fc ADIRONDACKS
MODERN Vfa »«AMTHTaW».
HOTEL. bookLt.
rWTMSfOOU WftarU.doKeiW,«
W. S. KELLOGG. W (__<_A * i.""'
GranJ Hotel. K. ,Y. City. **& *™l»-
MQRLEY'S
Hotel and cottages ln the heart of the Adirondack^
overlooking two of the most beautiful lakes in the
region. Trout fishing, baas fishing, boating, bathing.
bowling, pool, tennis. mu*lc, house phy»lclan. Sani
tary plumbing. Pure spring water. Mo pulmonary
Invalids. ArtUtls catalogues.
MORLET'S. U''-i Pleasant. Hamilton Co.. N. T.
S upper A keSARANAC
SARANAC LAKE O H n H n H W
A Select Summer Home INN
BO TeS;"oi;. nir> AND COTTAGES
»-&2£.rS?ir. \* r A D I R OND A C S
WAW DECK COTTAGES.
I iJI R BAKANAC LAKE. Adirondack*.
Open June 20th to October Ist.
Weekly rates, $21.00 per we»k upward*.
Special terms for eariy season.
Private cottages suitable for families.
All amusements to be found anywhere.
Send for Illustrated booklet and calendar.
J BEN HART. Wawbsek, N. Y.
BELMONT L A KE PLACID. >\ T.
DCiLiMU ill 1 Good location
Homelike. Fine View. • F. C. THOMAS. Prop.
ADIRONDACKS.
DEER'S HEAD INN,
Ellzabethtown. N. T. Golf; automobile headquarter*.
B. F. STETSON.
ADIRONDACK HOUSE. Indian Lake. Hamilton Co..
N. V. — Accommodates 25. Rates from $S to fl2 per
week and J2 per day. Mrs. E. MEAD. Prop.
The Hotel Frontenac
1.000 ISLANDS, ST. LAWRENCE RIVER
NOW OPEN
A magnificent Hotel, delightfully situated on an Island
ln the St. Lawrence River. The favorite water for motor
buats and boat racing. Klsalng. rowing and all aquatic
sports. An extremely pl-turesque nine-hole golf counts
free to guests of the hotel; also tenr.is and other sports.
For booklet and full information addrese
C. G. TRUSSELL. Manager. Frontenac, N. T.
(Also Mgr. Bon Air. Augusta, Ga.)
ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y.
THOUSAND ISLAND HOUSE
O G. STAFI.ES. Owner and Proprietor.
NOW OPEN.
Mrdern appointments, swimming pool. golf, tennla,
boaii.ig. fishing anJ all outdoor amusements. For
engagement of rooms apply to the hotel.
THE COLUMBIAN
1,000 loland Park. St. Lawrence River, N. T.
The best located anJ most attractive hotel among
the Thousand Island*. Excellent cuisine. Orchestra
anJ all amusements. Now Open. Booklet.
t. A. JOHNSON. Prop.
THE INN AT HIGH POINT.
The Inn Is located at the hich»at pnim in New Jersey.
Scenery of unparalleled grandeur. Elevation 2.000 feet.
Pure mountain air. no malaria, no flies, no mosquitoes.
A Mountain Laka fed entirely by springs. Boats to
rent.
A high class mountain resort, accommodating 2.">0
guests. Modern in appointments. Al! the conveniences
of city life.
Many outdoor recreations. Superior orchestra. Bi'.Mard*.
tennis, croquet, boating, fishing; good livery, etc.
H. ruPPLE. Port Jervis. N Y.
Saratoga
■SbeOranbTilttfcn
For Particular*, address
UOOLLEY A GERRANS. Proprietors.
Saratoga Springs. N. T.
. A 1.30 OF THE ,
HOTEL MARIE ANTOI.VETTE,
Brr-»dw«7, «6th to «7th St., New York City.
AND THE IRO<IVOIS, Bnffalc
SARATOGA SPRINGS
WINDSOR HOTEL
NOW OPEN.
Special Rates on Application.
R. G. SMYTH. Lessee
\ SIMMKR RESORT OK THE PEJST "LAPS
MIZZEN TOP
HOTEL
AND COTTAGES
On Crest of Quaker Hill,
PAWLING, N. V.
Two hours from New York City via Harlem R. R. ;
1,200 feet elevation; delightful surroundings; golf,
tennis, music. *<■. ; new private bath*.
NOW OPEN
Booklets and Information on application.
W. P. CHASE,
ALSO
MOTEL GRENOBLE,
SGTH ST. AND 7 Til AYE.. NEW YORK CITY.
I j iviO IV Sharon s P rin ss ss ' N - V -
UlllVil CH. SAUER & SON,
HOTEL Proprietors.
HOTEL MARION. x n^ gg y e o°r r^
NOW OPEN.
A resort where guests can spend a most enjoyable out-
Ing. Delightfully situated on West Shore. Superb view,
large, airy and bright rooms, with or without privste
baths. FARM CONNECTED WITH HOTEL. FRESH
VEGETABLES. POULTRY. MILK AND FRUIT. Flae
macadam roads, with well-equipped livery.
JOS. H. MARVEL,
ill CTT At the most picturesque part of Lake George;
nULCI I capacity 200: 110 to tit weekly. Beating.
UfllKF Bathing. Fishing. Golf. Tennis, etc. Cottage*
fIUUdC to rent. H . IV . BITKEII.. Prop.,
Hulett's Landing. V. V.
FORT LOWRY HOTEL
AND COTTAGES.
BATH BEACH. L. I.
Now open. Accommodates 600 gutsU. 800 feet ocean
frontage. Bowitng. tennis. £ KU:HARDSON> prep .
"MOUNTAIN AND LAKE RESORTS."
A beautiful Summer Book of 112 page*. Illustrated, in»»
fee ebtained (re* at any Lackawana* Railroad ticket oJBo*.
ITEW TORL
Lake Champiain
the Magnificent
Whether yofj deGgtt m »oc__l
pleatare* or prefer 6-b»og or boat
ing wuh the camp for tout heacU
quarter-, this "King of Inland" Lake*
■hoald appeal to you. The air is
invigorating, the scenery unsurpass
ed. AH about the attractions and
hotel accommodations of this famed
resort in
"A Summer Paradise"
issued by the Delaware & Hud
son, the standard route to the Adi
rondack*, with train lerrice of superb
excellence. ' ." '.''
Mailed oa receipt of « ceaU p«star».
Tickets and re*erT*non at all
office, of N.Y. C aod W. S. R. R*..
Hud*on River Lines and tourist
agencies in Greater New York.
!». T. Office. 1354 Brotdwjt.
BXAKD. Gen. Pas Art.. Aibaay S.T.
HOTEL GRAM ATAN
BRONXVILLE,
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y.
OrE.V AIL THE YEAR
No discomfort to sruests as a result of th»
recent fir*, which did not Interfere with th«
public rooms or the service. The damage
done was confined to one bedroom wins; only,
which will be immediately replaced by a fire-%
proof building larger and handsomer in every
way. Every comfort of a hotel of the highest
class, conducted In a manner that has at
tracted to Itself a most exclusive and discrim
inating- clientele. Large public rooms and spa
cious verandas. No mosquitoes.
MOST MODERATE KATES of any TTJSST
CLASS MOTEL Near >'. T.
Only thirty minutes from th« Grand Centra.
Station via Harlem Div. of the N. T. Cent.
R. R.. 80 trains dally: golf, tennis, driving and
motoring. Fine orchestra, large ballroom. Send
for booklet and special summer rites.
J. J. lANMV < Mm Proprietor*
Alto Props. Garden City Hotel. Garden City. L. X.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
MANHATTAN BEACH
J. P. GREAVES, Manager
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
NEW RESTAURANT
NEW AUTOMOBILE ROAD, DIRECT TO HOTEL
'Phone, 1000 Coney Inland
FOR SUMMER HOME, OOTIKfi OR VACATION
LONG ISLAND
"Where Cooling Breezes Blow"
O»er 400 -Mile* of Shore
on Ocean. !*ound and Bays. .":•
Descriptive book containing list of hotels an*
hoar ling cottages, free on application at the
following 1. I. R. R. ticket offices: 120 Bway.
!».% Fifth aye.. and "1 W. I-*--, St.. N. Y. City:
336 Fulton St.. B"klyn. or mailed on receipt of
«c. postage by the Gen'l PassT Agent. L. I.
R. R.. 2t5S Fifth aye.. New York.
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
GARDES CITY LONG ISLANTi
18 miles liom New York. Open all the. year.
J. J. LANNIN CO.. PROPRIETORS.
PROSPECT HOUSE.
>helter Island Heights. L. I.
Now open. Yachting. Bathios. Coif. Driving. *ennla,
etc. Special rates tor July. Booklet.
H. T. MARTIN. Manager.
TJOINT O- WOODS. — OCE_\N HOUSE AND COT
_T tages opens Jur.e 15th. LocatoU or. the fan-.oua Fir»
Island Bearh; practically at sea; there are no iaod
breezes. Excellent aurf and still water Lathin* b.u»
fljhing and sailing. Modern ln.prove.-nents lSi» year.
Addre«» E. N. BILLAKD. T'oint O' Wood-.
The Glen Springs
WATKINS GLEN-ON-SENECA. X. V
In the heart of The Lake Country.
IlfTllltiM-IKII
Curative Medicinal Mineral Springs : ■ Gout.
Rheumatism. Anaemia, and diseases
of the Heart and Kidneys
The most completely Equipped and Modem
Bathing Establishment in America
Golf. Tennis. Boating;. Riding. Driving. AutomobUia*.
For Illustrated Booklet, address
WM. E. LEFFINGWELL. Pres.. WATKINS. N T.
THE "E ARLINGTON
Richfield Springs. N. Y.
GASHERIE DE WITT. Proprietor.
Remodeled and Renovated throughout.
Th« largest, most modern and up-to-date hotel la
Central New York. Now open.
Opposite the Famous Sulphur Baths.
Golf, Tennis. Boating and Uriilag.
Write for Ihl'ilTat. rates, etc.
GRAND HOTEL
CATSKILLS MOUNTAINS. >. Y.
NOW oral
Through roach an.l drawing rrr.m car *ervlc9 I
from New Yorlt direct to hotel grounds. Altitude I;
over 2.000 feet. |:
Passenger elevator to ail floors. Rooms singly |
or en suite, with private bath.
For term* and full Information address
THE GRAND HOTEL. CO..
Hlghmount F. O. N. Y.
THE REXMERE,
in Churchill park.
Stanilonl-in-tlM'-< at>kill>».
Finest Summer Hotel in the Mountains. Under ■••
management. Rooms single or en suit*, with or with
out bath. Private Golf Course. Music. Dancing. Bowl-
Ing Billiards. Complete furnished cottages for rent.
For booklet rate* and oth^r Information address
MOFFATT & PECK.
STAMFORD. NEW YORK.
SUNSET PARK INN
HAMS FALLS, It Y. OPENS JUNE 25th
CATSKILLS' FINEST HOTEL
Rooms single or en suite, with or without bath.
Excellent music daily by renowned Holland Trio
Suaset Park private Spring Water served. .sine and
service unsurpassed. Elevators For booklet address
OWEN C. BECKER. Prop.. Halnes Falls. N. T.
THE CLAREMONf
Catskills, Haines Fails, N. Y.
Modern; electric light: pure spring wat»r: baths: fern la,
golf; for "V Jit) to Jl3. Circular. SCOTT A RUSK.
, Day Line. Summer Etc. Book Catskilla, etc. Before
selecting vacation trip, send Be. postage' to Hudson
j River Day Line. Dcsbrosse* St.. N. T.
BRIARCLIFF LODGE,
Briarclift Manor, New York.
A practical summer home for the New York busi
ness man New York Central trains to Scarborough.
One hour from New York. Automobile Service. Scar
borough to th« Lodge, ten minutes. The Hot*! Beau
tiful of the Hudson Rlv«r KUU. Altitude S2O feet.
New Tork Offlea, BH 49th st. Phone ;::■«- :>«th it
D. P. rU'MER. Miaw>
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