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Four Dead in Fire
That Sweeps Oil
Explosion Starts Flames
Aboard the vSpanish
Was Ready to Sail
Thirty of Crew Saved and
Ship Is Sunk Off Brook?
A Spanish steamship, the Serantes,
laden with 10,000 barrels of crude oil
consigned to the Spanish government,
was burned and sunk off Seventy-ninth
Street, Brooklyn, yesterday as she was
preparing to steam for Spain.
Four men of the crew of thirty-four
were killed between decks by the first
of three explosions which spread
flames to the entire cargo. Five others
were slightly burned, and one suffered
from a broken eardrum.
The vessel, a 2,153-ton freighter. 383
feet long, was valued at $1,500,000, and
the cargo, which was totally destroyed,
was worth about $700,000.
The, Serantes arrived here a week
ago. She was under charter to the
Spanish government, and took on her
cargo at Bayonnc. She moved to an
anchorage off Bay Ridge yesterday
forenoon, and her commander, Ancieto
Ojinaga, went to the Custom House
to clear his vessel.
Flame Followed Explosion
"I had just returned from the city,"
he said, "and was making ready to get
under way when a terrific explosion oc?
curred in hold No. 2. The hatch flew
into the air and smoke and flame fol?
lowed it. I knew we were in for a com?
plete burning out, and I ordered the
men to jump overboard. Some of the
burning oil drifted about us, but we
were soon picked up by government
vessels and properly cared for. My
fhip is badly damaged, but I think she
can be raised and rebuilt."
Within five minutes after the first ex?
plosion a column of thick, black smoke
ascended from the Cervantes. Flames
licked up through it, and amidships the
vessel's steel plates were aglow with
heat. Oil soon covered the water for
an area of about a thousand square
\ards, and strips of oil ablaze drifted
toward the Narrows.
Tugboats, U. S. patrol boats, the coast
guard cutter Takama and the fireboats
Zophar Mills, William Jay Gaynor and
New Yorker were soon steaming about
the blazing vessel, searching for the
men who had jumped overboard. The
rireboats, with well-directed streams,
poured a flood of water into the burn?
ing holds and finally succeeded in forc?
ing the Cervantes clown upon the mud
flats. ' ,
Rescued Four Men
One of the first of the rescue craft
to get to the Cervantes was the Takama,
in command of C. M. Berry, an acting
master's mate. As he put the cutter
up toward the blazing freighter's stern
he saw four men clinging to the rud?
der past. The crew of the Takama
threw lines to them and hauled them
aboard where first aid was given and
oil poured on their burned arms and
A United States patrol boat rescued
ten of the Snanish crew from the water
and with the Takama took the men to
the Battery. The others were picked up
by the patrol boats and landed in Man?
hattan an hour later. All on board
were accounted for except the four men
who were known to have been between
It was said at the office of the agents
for the Serantes that while the vessel
was rated as being worth $1,500,000,
the owners would not have sold lier for
twice that amount because of the short?
age of tonnage and the present needs
of the Spanish trade.
While it is thought that the fire was
an accident, an investigation will be
made when :he vessel is raised and
taken to a shipvard for recontruction.
Gets Tyrell Estate
Optician's Will Leaves Bulk of
His Wealth to Woman Who
Bequest of $100 to each of two wives
? s made in the will of the late Charles
A. Tyrell, tiled in the Surrogates'
Court yesterday, the greater part of
the estate going to Miss May Cleary,
of 1142 Lind Avenue, The Bronx, re
I erred to as "my dear little friend,
whose attention to me in my recent
illness and companionship have bright?
ened by recent life."
Mr. Tyrell was president of the Ideal
Company, opticians. He married his
fust wile in Australia, thirty-three
years atjo, and, as the testator said
in his will, she left him several years
later, leaving with him their infant
son, Ernest A. Tyrell. The testator
said he made ample provision for her.
His search for his first wife failed
to reveal her whereabouts, and Mr.
Tyrell married again. He explained
that he left his second wife $100 as
Mr. Tyrell said of his bequest of
$100 to his second wife, who is now
m a sanatorium, that she has an estate
of her own, and, besides, that it does
not cost much to maintain her in the
sanatorium, Ernest A. Tyrell, the son,
tot which the testator expressed great
affection, receives his father's stock in
the Ideal Company and his jewelry.
To Miss Cleary, he left all his mining
and industrial shares, which are in a
box in the Astor Safe Deposit Com?
pany vaults, all moneys in bank books
and curios and any other money left
by him to be paid to Miss Cleary after
the payment of other legacies and fu?
Mr. Tyrell requested that his body
he cremated and that there be no
(lab?rate ceremony at his fanerai. He
ieft an estate estimated at more
than $50,000 in personal property and
??-1,000 in real estate.
Temple Has New Head
Dr. Salo H. Coldstone. obcrcantor
of Winnipeg. Canada, recently of St.
Paul, has been chosen as the new
head of Beth Hamidrash Hagodol,
105th Street and Park Avenue. Dr.
Coldstone, a composer and musician.
is organizing a new choir, which will
Mng for the first time Friday evening,
July If?, and Saturday morning, July 20.
Il _*il ?t?a si ; Michael l.aurtall' none.
::.?." iT4i Amsterdam rw.. unknown; trifling.
i if??r.'.t l?tli RTf ; navitl Melehnar; ?light
< 4v :>:<>. mi, ata? ; unknown; $200
?.???-, Ils Wttltf.1* ave.; unknown: ?light.
?; .'-. ?<??? I-ntat ata? ; iinkimwii : alight.
? 13 -?121 Vv?p ?t? ; Helen Maiiirer; !<ltgh*
IMS ll?i<? ?te . The llroiix; Brldf?t I'.ehan ;
'?' n, -13?50 r.rkf.tt . fannie Faber, ?500.
Federal Manager Lee An
nounces List of New
Elisha Lee. Federal manager of the
Pennsylvania Eastern lines, yesterday
announced appointments tnat complete
the organization of his official staff.
The promotion of R. L. CDonnel, to
head the operating department as gen
| oral manager, was announced June 29. ;
The other promotions, effective 'from
July 1, include the heads of all other
departments under the jurisdiction of;
the Federal-, manager. They are 'as1
Freight traffic manager. George D.
Ogden; passenger traffic manager, J. P.
Anderson; chief engineer, A. C. Sband;
chief mechanical engineer, A. W.
Cibbs; general solicitor, George Stuart
Patterson; general auditor. E. A.
Stockton; local treasurer, J. F. Fahne
stock; purchasing agent, Samuel Por?
cher; real estate agent, W. A. Mon
cure; general supervisor of mail traffic,
V. J. Bradley; superintendent of insur?
ance and safety, R. H. Newborn, and
special assistant to the Federal man?
ager, H. T. Wilkins.
Under the formerly existing organ?
ization Messrs. Ogden, Anderson,
Sband, Gibbs, Patterson and Porcher
occupied official positions carrying the
seme titles as those which they will
hold under the Federal organization.
Mr. Stockton was deputy comptroller
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, Mr.
I Fnhnestock was treasurer of the cor
I poration, Mr. Moncure was assistant
real estate agent. Mr. Bradley was the
vice-president's assistant. Mr. New?
born was superintendent of the ;nsur
arce department and Mr. Wilkins was
Charles H. Markham, Regional Di?
rector of the Alegheny Region, United
States Railroad Administration, yes?
terday announced the following ap?
pointments on his official staff:
J. B. Fisher, transportation f-sis
tant; J. T. Carroll, me?:hanical assis?
tant; E. B. Temple, engineering as?
' Mr. Fishor had been superintendent
of freight transportation of the Penn?
sylvania Railroad. Mr. Carroll was
assistant general superintendent of
Motive Power of the Balti.nore & Ohio,
and Mr. Temple was assistant chief
engineer of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Accepts Jersey Fare
Raise for Trolleys
But Public Service Head De?
clares One-Cent Transfer In- j
crease Forbids Improvements |
NEWARK, N. J., July 13.?Thomas I
N. McCarter, president of the Public
Service Corporation of New Jersey, is?
sued to-day a statement in which he !
accepted the ruling of the New Jersey
Board of Public Utility Commissioners
in the trolley fare increase case, but
declared that the company will be
forced to cut out line betterments.
The utility commissioners allowed the
company to charge one cent, extra for
passengers asking for transfers. The
company sought to increase the fare
from 5 to 7 cents, charge 2 cents extra
for a transfeV and an additional cent
for a second transfer. Mr. McCarter's
"The award is inadequate and insuf?
ficient to maintain the proper operat?
ing efficiency and the credit of the
railway operating company. On its
face it reduces tl?'e estimated operating
expenses of the company by $742,000
and provides for no return upon the
invested capital of the railroad com?
pany over and above fixed chai-ges.
As a result the physical condition of
the property must suffer and the
enormous sum actually invested in the
railway property in the last fifteen
years, since its acquisition by the Pub?
lic Service Corporation, will receive no
return. This is. a step backward, not
"The railway company constantly
needs new capital for additional track?
age, cars and all the other parapher?
nalia connected with the operation of
a large railway system. The only way
. the railway company can raise new
capital is from the sale of its stock.
Its bond issues are exhausted. The
stock of the railway company is owned
by the Public Service Corporation of
New Jersey. Naturally, neither this
corporation, nor any one else will pur?
chase more of the stock under these
conditions. Hence, until further reve?
nues are provided, all improvements
l or extensions to the property of the
i railway company, of any character, ex?
cept certain specific extensions to ship
, yards for the cost of which the com
I pany is borrowing money from the
l Federal government, must cease.
"I do not believe this is for the
I benefit of the people of the State of
j New Jersey. The railway company,
j however, is alive to its patriotic re
I sponsibiltty. It will endeavor to meet
j its war and other responsibilities as
j best it may with the means at its com
i mand. It is fortunate for the Public
Service Corporation that its main
j sources of revenue come from other
1 . -*
I Lexington Av. Subway
To Open Wednesday
I Six-Car Local Trains Will Be
Operated North to
Final arrangements for beginning
| operation Wednesday of the new Lex
I ington Avenue subway from Forty
j second Street north to the Ituth Street
? station of the Jerome Avenue line are
: being worked out by representatives of
l the Public Service Commission and the
| Interborough Rapid Transit Company,
? which will operate the line under the
j dual contracts.
For the present the only operation
attempted will be a service of six-car
trains over the local tracks between
Forty-second Street and the 107th
Street station on the Jerome Avenue
line. North of the ItiTth Street subway
terminus on the Jerome Avenue lino
passengers to and from that line will
?use of the Sixth and Ninth Avenue ele?
vated trains, except that from Kings
bridge Road to Woodlawn a shuttle
service only will be maintained. The
149th Street connection will not be put
in operation at present.
In using the Lexington Avenue sub?
way passengers should leave trains in
the old subway at the Grand Central
station, climb the stairs at the eastern
end of the station to the mezzanine
level, then turn east into the passage?
way now used to reach the Quccnsborc
subway. The'passageway leads into the
mezzanine of the new "Diagonal Sta?
tion," at which the Lexington Avenue
service will originate.
Mrs. Busch Makes Request
For Return of Her Property
WASHINGTON. July 13.?Formal re?
quest by counsel for Mrs. Adolphu?
Busch, wife of the late St. Louis multi?
millionaire brewer, for return of her
property taken over by the Alien Prop?
erty Curtcdian on the ground that it is
enemy owned has been made to the
custodian and to the Department oi
The request was made on the ground
that Mrs. Busch has lost her enemy
status now that she is back in the
United States after visiting relatives in
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Religious and patriotic services each Sunday, 2.15 P M.. in Pavilion
No. 2, Bear Mountain Park.
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Steamer City of Lowell
Lv. Pier 40, N.R., 1(011151011 St., 10:00A.M.
Lv. Pier 14, N.R.. Pulton St., 10:30A.M.
Return due New York, Pr.14, N.R., SP.M. j
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To New Haven
Lv. Pier 28, E.R., Catharine St.. 9:30A.M.
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Return due New York, Pr.70. 10.R., ?iP.M.
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NEW YORK-RALBAN V-^TROY,,
Leave Pier 32, N. R., foot Canal st., week
days. ? P. M. ; Sundays and holidays, 0 P. !
M. ; West 132d et., half hour later.
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Express freight service. Automobile? j
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and return, SI.00.
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Up the Hudson
150 delightul miles on the
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Franklin St?. 9 a. m. : W, 129t!i .St.. 9:3C a. 1
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
ifam Steamboat $a
Special Schedule SUNDAY, ,11 I.Y 14TH.
I.V. W. 120 St., 0.40, 10.30, 11.30, 12.30. 1.15,
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PIER 1, N. R.. 10.20. 11.15, 12.15, 1.15, 2.00,
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Trips marked ?;? do not ?top at Pier 1, N. R.
Lv. W. 129 St., 9.30 A.M.: Plor I. N. R... 10.15 A.M .
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TROY EVENING LINE
Daily Except Saturday
TO TROY DIRECT
Modern steel freight and passenger steam?
ers "Clprmont" and "Onteora" leave foot of
Christopher St., aally, except Saturday,
3:00 P. M.; West 42nd St., 0:20 P. M ;
West 129th St., 6:45 P. M. r>u<* at Troy
G 00 A. M. Restaurant. Horses and auto?
mobiles carried. Tel. Spring 1845.
Long Island Sound
Str. CHESTER W. CHAP?N
To New London?Mondays Only
Lv. Pier 10. N'. R . Houston St.. 10:00 A. M.
l.v. Pier 70. E. 1'... 22nd St., 10:30 A. M.
Due New London?5:15 P. M.
The New England Steamship Co.
WEEKDAY und SUNDAY TRIPS to
", 43 MILES "" t*P TIIK IIIIISOM
MUSIC. DANCING. REFRESHMENT*!
D J T * Weekdajs. 55c. Children. 30c.
KOUnCl I TIP Suncl*ws and Hodd??. ?V.o.
r Children, 55c. Incl. War Tax.
Bear Mountain Line. Tel. Broad 1708.
"THE Pl'BLIC BE PLEASED"
ALL OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, $1 to ?3.
Week days and Sunday? at 5:30 P. M. from
Pier 3'.', X. R.. fooi West Houston St.
'Phone Spring 9491.
VVorreater. So.*.'. Providence direct S'.io'
STATEROOMS, ?1.00, ?1.50. $?.0O.
D?Uj. Including ?iunday, 5:30 P. m'
trom Pier 19, E. R. Phon? 2700 Beekni?B
Str. "WASHINGTON IRVING,"
leaves Desbrosses .St., m A. M.; W. *12tir]
St., 10:20 A. M.; W. I29th St.. 10:40 A.
M.; Yonkers, 11 :1 <"? A. M., for Bear
Mountain, Cornwall, Newburjrh and
Poughkcepsle and return ta. ?120 st.
Music. Restaurant t?n ;i!l steamers.
Hudson River Day Line
Desbrosses St. Pier (Tel, Canal 'J3<?0),
Steamer City of Lowell
Lt rier 10, N. It., Houston St., 10:00 A. M.
I,v Pier 14. N. lt., Fulton St., 10:00 A. M.
Return THn- N. V. Pier II. N. It, S P. M.
Steamer Richard Peck
To New Haven
Lt I'icr 28, B. lt.. Catharine St., fl:"0 A. M.
i.v I'ler "6, B. lt., 22nd Street, 10:01?*. A. M.
lti*:urn Duo N. Y., Pier 70, K. K.. 9 P. ?t
Enough Time for Sightseeing.
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steamers from New York to
lo Progreso, Vera Cruz and Tampico
Frequent calls at Nassau, Bahamas.
Literature & full Information on Request.
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Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Italy,
France, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland.
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Cottages & Bungalows
Fishers Island-, N. Y.
OflT New lindan. Very Accessit le.
bouilli and Oceuii, .Seashore and Country.
A Unique, Ideal Summer Resort.
Moating, lathins. flailing-, golf, tennis,
good rands, ilcli^ittfnl walks, orchestra;
spacious shady lawns and piazzas:
rooms with hatli or running water;
milk, cream, potiltl'} , vegetables from
our farms; llsh and lobsters from adja?
cent waters; diet kitchen for young
children; certified mill?.
WM. F. INGOLD, Mgr.
FISHERS ISLAM), N. V.
Jcf?erson Heights, Catskill, N. Y.
"Where tired people grow strong
a,id strong people enjoy life."
3 Hour?- by rail. bare ?2.25 by boat.
Wonderful location and views. Private
p;tr!; of '.'? aerea of lawns and shade
tree.?. Own vegetable* and fruit farm.
Broad, cool porches 800 feet long. Well
appointed bath suites. Tennis, Golf,
Baseball and Croquet '>n hotel ??round.--.
Motor boating- and canoeing. Deep water
un-l bathing beach. Fine orchestra.
Dancing afternoon and evening. Fine
Capacity 800. Now Open. i.arnr?
PETER G. CORNELL, Manager.
LAKE PLACID, N. Y.
OPEN UNTIL OCT. Erery conyenience to meet th.
requirements of refined neop?e; ?xcootlonal tabl?;
crchestra; privnte twtm
FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR RENT. >
w mii u.f. :'''"? Adirondack dhcrslons. Circular.
M. B. MARSHALL. Lake 1'latid. N. Y.
RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N. Y. !
l-.te Hours \ew York City, ?ia Nbiv yor--: Central
fii-eat Hliite Sulphur Spring?
Modern Bathing Establishment
Fisliins, Music. Dancing, Golf. Tennis
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Ideal country resort, Valhalla, Westchester
County. N. Y. ; 12th season. 4.: min. to 42d
St.; sleeping porches, tennis, .s-a-ldle hor?-es
dancing. Capacity 150; $*.?* and up; ?2.75
per day. 'Plione Wh. Pina. 1105. Booklet, i
Lakewood Farm Inn ?o^ob. n^y. ft
Accommodates -too. A High Class Tour?
ist Hotel. N. Y. Booking Ottlce. lls? B'way.
C. I. SHERWOOD. H. F. BASSETT, Mgrs.
8TAMFOBD-IN-THE-CATSKTUS N Y ''
The REXMERE Hc^ '?
Open June 27. Booklet at lisO B'way, N. Y.
THE inF.Al. VACATION l^\M.
COOL * BELIGUTKI'L CLIMATE-WONUEBFUl
Norfolk. Lltchfleld County. ?Conn,
Klovatlon 1,400 foet: Mim g.air course, tennl?
court?. Upen .laine In .November. Henry It. Sweet.
WHITE HART INN
OI'KN MA- 1ST
Rooms and hoard. ]I?iin?* Comforts.
Address, H. R. STANLEY.
PITTSFIKLD, Berkshire Co., Mast. Open .Tune to
Nor. Golf at country club; is hoi.??, lutes. Book?
lets, Auto Road Map sont. AftTHPR VV. PLUMB.
. TEMPLETON, MASS.
Open? .Tune 27
Moderate Unte-. Booklet.
A modern hotel noted for Its genial and rnur
leaaiis liospllallty. HENRY N. TEAGUE. tyssee.
HILLMAN'S HOTEL, Pine Brook. N. J-, In tn?
Pines; -loo feet olevatlon; recommended by physi
fian-t: natural springs; bathing, Ashing, dancing;
gond taille; Improvements ; k.-shrr: 90c retaini fare
'fruin N. Y. M. Ilillman. 'Phone Falrtlold '?T?. ?.. 4.
POINT PLEASANT BEACH. N. J. Directly on
Ocean. All Scaxhoro Attractions. NOW OPEN.
T T. PoLBKY. ROBKRT M. CROUCH.
: Mountain Home's leading hotel. The best, located,
' highest ami one of the may,! up-to-date house? In the
Poconos. Noted for Ils good t.tble and reasonable rate?.
MT. POCOJip. Pa.
Non-housekeeping cottagffl to rent In connection
with inn. L. M. DKNGLER. Booklet.
POCONO MOUNTAIN HOUSE
MOUNT POCONO. PA.
1 Capacity 200. 41 years ownership management.
E. U. HOOKER, Mgr.
THF, OLD HISTORICAL
JOHN JACOB ASTOR HOUSE
MACKINAC ISLAND. Mich. Opens July 4th. Kuro
penn plan. Special weekly rates. Etta Pilson, Mgr
PINEDA LE SIMMER RESORT. Gull Lake,
G raven hurst. Muskokn, Ont. Fleratlon 1080. Hay
I Fever Almost Unknown. Sandy Beach, Modem Cou
I venionces. First. Class Cuisine. Rales Moderate
I J. D. BROWN, Prop.
The Mountain P?radise
DELAWARE V/ATER CAP. PA.
OPEN TO DECEMBER. leading, most moilern
hotel in this famous mountain region; capacity
'.00; situated in privaie park, with miles of
walks and trails, abundant with wild floten;
magnificent views; hotel contains elevalaar,
Bteani heat, log fires, electric lights. Belt
telephones, W. I', telegraph, private and pub?
lic baths, running water in rix>ni3. spacious
porches and sun parlors; table constantly sup?
plied fraain our own extensive farms; orchestra
of soloists, every Indoor amusement and out
tlaior sport, golf, tennis, saddle horses, moun?
tain climbing, excellent boating, bathing and
fishing. Write for illustrate?! booklet, ?iiuo
nioblle mail's and special American plan, early
terms; grill room with a la cane service; new
garage: coaches n.ea't tra.ltas. Lackawanna
lt. P... ownership management.
JOHN Pt'RDY COPE.
84 MILES BY AUTOMOBILE
GOOD ROADS ALL THE WAV
?with the satisfaction of
knovring that the travel
funds on your person are
Safe Against Los;-;. Carry
I Hn\\'e\ets C\\eque__?
Sold n- denominations nf
Atk for (hem at
American Express Offices
or a: Banks
The Highest Class Jlotel in the Catskills.
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS. Altitude 2,500 ft.
i-viww^i-??.'?f.'?V Jievnery Unequalled.
UNDOUBTED!,* "MOUNTAIN YEAR"
-0 degrees cooler than X. Y. City. Perfect
sanitary condition?. Pur- spring water,
Special attraction? i
for the younger ae-l.
Instructors ; prize?
gialf, tennis, billiards,
pool, bowling. Oscar
Banter's saddle horses. Special family
raf.es. Armv touts, raised floors.
HARRISON S. DOWNS, Prop.
Ilighmount P. O., N. Y.
Own Golf Links, Tennis, Boatlnr
Bathing and Fishing. Orchestra,
bteain heat. Supplies from nearby
farms. $23.00 per week up. Booklet.
COTTAGES IN CONNECTION.
H. P. SMITH, Manager
VYestport on Lake Champlaln, New York.
notice to former Patron*
on Otsego Lake, Cooperstown, N. V.
Open until October 1st.
C. B. Knott, Proprietor and Manager
Centre of All Adirondack Attractions
LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK
Open?Extsmlveiy Improvad?All Rewsatlon?
}!ol anal cold water and Long Distan?a Telephon?
In roa..ma. (."hone furnished cottage* for reot
?STEVENS HOTEL CO., Lake Placid. N. T.
PAUL SMITH'S HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY.
Housekeeping cottars and camp?- *auo pr'iat?
hotel rottage?. Ail hotel rooms with bath privat?
telephone, electric light and steam beat Flectrls
eieva-or to all ho'.tl and annex-floor? Music and
dancing afternoon and evetabig In r.rll!. Golf
Automublllng. rhrougli Pullmaui service direct 'ai
hotel via N. Y. C. and Paul Smith's Electric K R.
Capacity 500. Addr?ses PAUL SMITH'S HOTEL
CO.. Paul Smith'?. N Y. ""
SUNSET PARK ?NN
Sunset Park, Haines Falls
Catskill Mts. finest hotel, open Juiao :0. Boca*-,
r:i ?ulte, wiih and without private bath Gvlt
Tennis. Bowling, Pool, Billiard.'. Dancing. Dal?
ooucerts. Acconimodite-t l';0. Booklet,
C. H. BECKER, MGR.
fl Shelter Island Heights. L. I.. N. T
? NOW OPEN. Golf, Tennis, Tach? nu'
B Bathing:, Garage, Dance a.a?l Cot -
B c*-r*. daily. . Accommodates 300.
HOTEL CHAMPLAIN ? Bluff Pi*lnt-t>n-I_-_
CUamplaln?Clinton Co.. N. Y. W^o for Booklet
EASTERN POINT NEW LONDON CONNECTTCXH
Finest JSunimer Resort Ifotciin_/?_^tcric?t
Two and One-Half I four.*- from Boston and New York
OPEN JUNE 15 TO SEPT. 15
ONT. OF TBK COOLEST POINTS ON I/iNi; ISLAND
FINEST GOLF IN NEW ENGLAND AT SHENECOS
SETT COUNTRY CLUB. ALEX SMITH. GOLF
PROFESSIONAL. YACHTING, BOATING, BATHING
AND TENNIS. SADDLE HORSES A LA CARTE
ALL MILK. CREAM, POULTRY, EGGS AND VEGE?
TABLES SUPPLIED BYTHEFAMOUS BRANFORD
C. S. KROM, Manager
WINTER RESORT: THE BELLEVIEW. BELLEAIR HEIGHT?. FLORIDA
NEW MILE HOUSE
L ^ lv> "rsH,RK-? Altitude 2,000 Feet
'^r^S^^^ee__\__^T_\e_\ ' ' ' '
NEW II 4MPSH1RE
Catering to a Clientele of Hlshest ____ _
ard. 20 Cottages in connection. GarataS
Goif, Tennis. Boating and Fishlns. Ot
own farm and dairy.
ON "IDEAL TOUR.?? I
OrEN JUNE 20TH TO SEPT. tSTBL _
C. H. Creenleaf, Everett B. f_?_
Booklet at 1180 Broadway.
Affiliated Cttv Hot?!
THE VENDOME, BOSTON. MASS.
*?_-*?_. . _ *_r *_c *r *? WHITE Mm? ?
-_Z_- niffQ .
WHITE MO?N. i
TAINS, N. H. B
In tbo Very Shadow ot Mount N
Through Tho Alps o? N?*rt* H
Over Mountain Trails and Wood. ^
THE MOUNT PLEASANT ft
C. L. DUNPHY. Manager. N
F. 1*. HANSON, Resident Mgr.
| imiMMiMii i in i ii NOW OPEN
THE MOUNT WASHINGTON Opens July 9th. i
I). J. TRUDEAU, Manager. ClOSCS Uct. 14th. ?
Rj P.A1LROA?S: Through service via N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. and B. _ M. R. R.
N Booklnpr Office, 243 5th Ave., New York. Telephone, Madison Sqr. 9230.
The Social and Scenic Center of the WHITE MTS.
MAPLEWOOD, N. H.
Open June to Octobi r.
No Hay Fever. One Thou?
sand Acre Park; 18-boie
Golf Course, Unsurpassed,
?Itli Annual R-piristercd
^ Maplewood Trap ?-'hooting
<J Tournament July 1 to I
^ WM. F. DUNSPAUGH
n Pr?s. ?S- Managing Director
N Booklet at URO BROAD
f? WAY -
EW WA?MBEK S^fe?
Jefferson,WHITE MTS. New Hampshire
THE HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE MOUNTAINS.
Altitude, 1,600 Feet?25 Mile Unobstructed View
118 HOLE GOLF COURSE?FINEST IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. TENNIS, HORSE?
BACK RIDING. WOODLAND TRAILS. ACCOMMODATES 500. 165 ROOMS
.-nataar .....- - uo KOOMS WITH RUNNING MATE?.
| OPEN JUNE29TH
a TO OCTOBER 1ST.
8 W. KIT H ST.. NEW YORK.
TEL. VANDERBILT S290.
\\J HOTEL U
NOW OPEN T(.) SEPTEMBEI
Superbly located, attractive sur?
roundings and perfection of service.
On the sea, surrounded by large pri?
vate par;:. Accom. 600.
Golf, tennis, trap shooting and rifle
rango, dancing, bathing, deep sea
On IDEAL and NEW ENGLAND Tour?.
('. A. .1 ii.ll-.ins. Mgr.
H. .1. Flynn, Asst. Man.
Now Booking Accommodations.
243 5th Ave., New York.
Tour New England
GOOD ROAD??. MAGNIFICENT SCEN?
ERY, BRACING AIR, AND WAYSIIli:
INNS. MODERN IIOI'I-.I.S AND COM?
PLETELY EQUIPPED RESORTS ARK
READY TO PROVIDE 1 OR VOIR
COMFORT AND PLEASURE.
All Hotels of the New England Hotel
Association are members of the 1'nited
States Food Administration
Send for a four-color New England
Hotel Association Map to
MM. KIMBA1.L. Secretary,
Draper Hotel, Northampton, .Mas?.
?RED LION INN
Roads in Excellent CoitJitlon
K?ute Books and Circulars tt r*q*J??t
??ALLEN T. TREADWAY??
THE LEA0WI8 REftOnf W?US?* O? TH( WORLD
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
"THE NATION'S HEALTH SHOP"
HEAUTH IB EFFICIENCY
A Germicide Climate and Clean Street?.
No Dust. No Dirr. Innumerable Oat
door Recreations and Indo.ir Entertainment*
Swnert-ali Manaftx*i.Mt JSSIaH WHITE* SONS C0.
Exclusive imtronuce. Beautiful suites
with bath. Bachelor apartments with tub,
needle and shower baiiis. Open to Oct. 1.
?season rates. White service. M. If. FROST,
Owner and Manager, A,bury Park. N. J.
nem^Ssey. THE T?EMONT
Right on the loach. Every room o'??*anii?"ii-.
A quiet, restful, refined, homelike family
hotel of 100 rooms. Surf and still water
1 athlng, tennis, ?ulf. danclnR. Country sur?
roundings, no boardwalk. Booklet.
i IWRLD'S GREATEST HOTEL"SUCCESSJ
NEW COLUMBIA HOTEL
BEI.MAR. N. J.
Ever? kni ?*-.> modern convenience Cuisl i? a id jtr
rice unexcelled. 11. U. CHUB? HILL M?i
HOTEL BOSCOBEL ??g;-?:;.. , r;
Always open. Atu A Eu. plans. Booklet. A.E.Marlon.
The Ideal Resort Hotel
All outside rooms; hot and cold
salt water in .bathrooms; every
modern convenience. Accommo
SHERMAN DENNIS. Manager.
New York Offlo*. S West -tito St
'Phone Vanderbllt 2290.
McDonnell i Co.,
Members .V. Y. Stock Kxcivange.
SprmgLake Beach, N.J.
LARGE OCEAN FRONTAGE;
SAFE SURF BATHING.
TENNIS, GOLF, FISHING, ETC
DAILY CONCERTS AND
? PRANK F.SHUTE.M?R.**?
Ideal Home for Spring and Sn?***?"
MONTI I.AIIE. N. ,1.
MIIMI I..lilt. >. ??- __
MOST DELIGHTFULLY SITt\\TET>
RESIDENTIAL HOTEL IS >K?~
YORK'S SUBURBS**. OPEN THE EN?
TIRE "TEAR. Exi usive cUea~'l
Goli. Splendid Orchestra Dancing.
English Grill. Private Motor w
Meets I.ackawanna Trains _.????
FREDERICK ?. ?*?"? COUTaSIl
Spring I aUe Reach, N. ?. ,
Ocean fren;. Surf bathing-, teai-l?. ?ow.
saddle horses, nos?.. Id?**! tan"?
hotel, exclusive clientele. Excellent ?*?
ble. Boo.i ? i-.. ? .s-, moaqultoe?. ,1B
no bar. Ownership Management
LOC18 N. M03S.
COUNTRY BOARD _____
; LADT HAVING DELIGHTFt L I OUNTBT HO*?
i commuting distance, offen accomBJodallenjJf ?T
I fined people desiring quiet, reatful ?tJ_?o?po???*3;
tensive grounds, rardni; exoelleM e00**"^; t*J
Mo country club and private be*?*. ''7??a*?
?pet week single, MS for mo Mr* ?*JJ??"
uowayton, ? __
HIGH FARM. Roscoe Sullivan County ,-; ?*?,J3
. above >ea ' r?l: ?mall ?elect bouse: rtsvt?. ?
\ farm: -.rout stream: '}.> ip
COUNTRY BOARD WANTED
A\ AMERICAN LADY WANTS Rot?!. "'?.. ,
wtthoal board, on or near Uke H?*l>anv"f ? ?. a
week; references exchanged. ?lurbt-r*. wo-?
103. Tribune OBlc? g?
!t?o room.?, three rooms, ?hole ho?
; just the furnished '".'''?* >'oul)l*(''?a|? ,
Iprobablj advertised on the Classified P?? 1
of to-day's Tribune.?Adv?,