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Outfits Make Hit
At Atlantic City
gpring Styles Also Seen on
the Boardwalk; Work on
the Rebuilding of Big Pier
Foundations Is Started
ATLANTIC CITY, Jan. 10.?Women
who sppeared in the morning parade
on the Boardwalk attired in full
lesther riding outfits caused something
0f a sensation this week. The togs
worn foi" morning gallopa before the
noon promenade include smart leather
t?ms and stocks of soft suede in con?
trasting colora to leather breeches and
costs of the regulation riding length.
Several bright, sunny days brought
out some new styles with a spring
tinge. including suits of plaid. A few
style pioneers wore straw toques
deeked out with the first flowers seen
on the Boardwalk as trimmings this
ve?r. Golfing costumes of heavy tweeda
'also were noted in the costumes of
the women folks who paraded the walk
or rode in rolling chairs, which are
high in favor for winter Boardwalk
trivel this year.
Clerical garb was much in evidence
during the meeting of the Interchurch
World Movement Federation, which i
held its aessions here this week. Prom- j
lnent speakera pointed out the neces- ?
sity of high organization to combat the
growing religioua unrest caused by the
war. Expert field secretaries are being
recrulted to carry the work out through
Heads of Rotary clubs met to con?
sider plans for entertaining what is
expected to the greatest Rotary gath
erlng in history here next June. De
cision was made to take over the Steel
Pier and to establish elaborate recep?
tion quarters for meeting 'deiegatea
who are coming from many countries.
Several other important meetings are
to be held the coming weeks.
Work was started at rebuilding the
foundation work of the big Million
Dollar Pier used as headquarters for
the American Railway Association, the
Nstional Car Builders and other busi?
ness organizations which stage ex
hibits at their meetings. Work also
is being pushed on the building of a
row of shops to be topped with a big
sea deck in front of Haddon Hall.
_tA *Jat ?ffer of $1,250,000 for the Hotel
bt. Charles was made by a syndicate
this week, according to report of the
receiver of the property, who also re?
ported that the proposed sale will pay
every creditor of the hotel in full.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jay Chapman ar?
rived at the Breakers from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. John Young and Miss
ioung are in a family party from New
York at that hotel. Miss Margaret
Crownshield, of New York, has been
entertaining Miss Grace Crownshield,
of Hamsburg, Pa., at the Dennis.
C. Psarendas, Consul General of
Greece at New York, 'arrived at the
Marlborough-Blenheim with Mme
Psarendas to join M. G. Rorsos, Greek
Mimster, who came from Washinirton
accompanied by K. Collas, First Sec?
retary of thc Greek Legation; Mrs.
R. L. Wormley, of New York, is en?
tertaining Mrs. L. W. MacGillivray, of
London, at the Marlborough-Blenheim.
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Barnes and
Miss Barbara Barnes are in a family
party from New York at the Traymore
Captain George B. Beardsley arrived
Irom New York.
Ice Carnival Planned
By Garden City Folk
GARDEN CITY, L. I., Jan. 10.?So
successful were the various New Year
dances at the Garden City Hotel, the
Cherry Valley Club and the Garden
City Country Club that a similar event
will soon be held in the large ballroom
of the hotel.
Many of those who came here from
Manhattan for the New Year festivities
have remaincd, and plans are now be?
ing made to hold an ice carnival on the
lake adjoining the Cathedral School of
St. Paul's as soon as weather condi?
tions permit. All the country colonies
about Garden City, Hempstead and
Westbury will take an active part.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lannin and daugh?
ter, Miss Dorothy Lannin, who have
been spending the holiday season at
their recently purchased winter home
at Tarpon Springs, Fla., will return in
a few days to the Garden City Hotel.
? Members of the various colonies of
Nassdu County will attend the dinner
to be given in the Garden City Hotel
on January 16 by the Foreign Legion.
An excellent ente'rtainment will follow.
then visit her Pacific Coast neighbors.
Enjoy VICTORIA, basking in the soft atmosphere
?? L "ffP8"06* current; tlowers in full bloom, golf
links, the Malahat Drive, also a marvelous hotel,?
the EmpresB?to welcome you.
Include VANCOUVER, of bustling western enter
prise, offering the metropolitan standard Vancouver
Hotel for rest, relaxation and vjstas of mountains
and sea. Excellent golf courses.
Make your trip to Winter's Snmmerland or return
in luxurioua comfort through the
Canadian Pacific Rockies
A Christmas Fairyland of
''FiftySwitzerlands in One"
Unexcelled Sleeping and Dining Car Service
Round Trip Tickets- via Diverse Routes on sale
throughout the year. Liberal stop-over privileges.
Splendid hotels also at Calgary, "Winnipeg, Montreal.
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Attract Many to
Ice at Lakewood
Social Activity at Resort
Centers About the Newly
Formed Lake Club; En
LAKEWOOD, Jan. 10.?Winter sports
were the mam attraction here this week.
Continued cold, with slight thaws in
the daytime, kept the ice on the lake in
line condition. Moonlight nights have
added much to the merriment, and many
have been the skating parties every
e*e?!ng? Tuesday evenjng the members
o* <?? Rectangle Chib, of the local Y.
W. C. A., were the guests at the Lo*
Social activity centered about the
newly formed Lake Club, which has
ifaBed. the Miley-Rice Cottage. On
Thursday afternoon an opening tea
was held, at which were present most
of the members and their friends.
Tuesday afternoon Miss Martha Jami
son was hostess at a bridge party atthe
club, the guest of honor being Miss
Bravo, of Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Jasper Lynch has been entertain
mg a house party over the week end.
Among her guests were Mrs. Walter
Rush Bynner, Miss Agnew, of New
York, and Miss B. Clifford, formerly of
Colonel and Mrs. William Schaufflen
and daughter Eiizabeth are spending
the month at Lakehurst, where Colonel
Schauffler is now stationed. Later they
will go to Princeton, where they have
taken a cottage.
Dinner parties at the Oak Knoll Cof
fee House, one of the resort's new at
tractions, are becoming popular. A
delightful little party there during the
week was the one given by Mr. and
Mrs. George J. Gould for their daugh?
ter, Miss Gloria. Mr. Gould left here
for Plorida, where he will remain for
Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Gallatin, of
New York, have arrived at the L'aurel
House to enjoy their annual sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ferry, Mr. a,nd
Mrs. E. E. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs.
V. M. Delamater, of New York, are at
the Laurel in the Pines, where the fol?
lowing are stopping over the week end:
Mrs. Grace B. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. V.
B. Rehl, Mrs. H. J. Harrison, Mrs. F.
H. Betts, Mrs. R. H. Hoadley, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles A. Robinson, A. D. Boyd,
Miss Virginia W. McMaster, Lewis
Gaw.try, JMiss Beatrice Gawtry, Mr. and
Mrs. R.Randolph Knowlton and Mr.
and Mrs. G. Ridgeway, of New York.
At the Virginia are J. M. Reynolds,
Dr. William G. Nash and wife, Misses
Campbell, Miss Belle Hart, Miss Lottie
Schlank, Mrs. S. N. Burnham, Miss' J.
M. Jeffreys, J. T. Andrews, Miss G. A.
Mondorf and H. Mondorf, of New York.
At the Florence in tho Pines are Mrs.
W. R. Jacobs and daughter, of Brook?
lyn; Mrs. Oscar Grab and child, Miss
E. Duggan and Mrs. H. Runkel, of
At the Palmer are Mr. and Mrs. C.
S. Crisp, Mrs. H. Lee Zeigler, Misses
Helene and Natalie Zeigler, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W.WPink and family, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Maurice, Miss M. L. Evers,
Mrs. M. McKee, -Miss Wenda McKee,
Miss Margaret Morgan, R. J. Fitz
Gerald, Miss Eisa Fitzgerald, Miss Lucy
A. Shire, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ansorge,
Miss Hortense Ansorge, Mrs. E. Mc
Curdy, Miss Lola C. Hine, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacques Eies, Miss Helene B. Rice and
Miss Louise Heard, of New York.
Hot Springs Visitors
Enjoy Mild Weather
HOT SPRINGS, Va., Jan. 10.?The
mild weather here has been favorable
for outdoor adventure, the colonists find
ing much diversion in long walks over
the trails, and riding is greatly in vogue.
Baron and Baroness Rosencranz have
returned from their trip to England
and are again at Roseloe, their cottage
on the mountainside, where they will re?
main until the summer season.
Mr. and Mrs. William Twombly ar?
rived from New York for a visit.
Harold Phelps Stokes also came from"
New York early in the week. Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin B. Bryan jr. arrived
from New York for a week's visit. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Kendrick, Mr. and
Mrs. William A. Kerr, Miss Anna Kil
bane, Miss E. M. Macshane, Kenneth A.
Hopwood and Murray Rappaport were
arrivals during the week from New
York. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Atkin-,
son came from Brooklyn._j
Turn y.our back on Winter and come with us to the blue skies and waving palms and warm,
whlte beaches of the South. Ask for our new booklet announcing many delightful tours to the
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Our tours offer absolute assurance of accommodations at the most celebrated resort hotels, ln which
it is almost impossible now to obtaln reservations in any other way. Our partles stay at the Hotel
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Tours leave Jan. 29, Feb. 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, Mar. 1 and 4.
Wonderful tours including New Orleaus,
Apache Trall, Grand Canyon and the splendid
resort hotels of Southern California. Finest
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Feb. 3, 5, 11, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, March 4, 18,
April i and 15.
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Itaiy. Departures Jan. 24, Feb. 7, Feb. 19, and
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j service, superior stearnshlp accommodations and
arrangements throughout on the highest plane.
Our Janusry Tour Includes
Carnlval Week at Nlce
Escape the rigors of our American winter by
visiting charming old Provence, the Riviera and
the sunny lands of the Medlterranean. Many of
our tours Include Nlce, Cannes, Monte Carlo and
Italy, as well as Paris and the great Battlefields.
Now is the time to begin making your plans
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Many Take to Air
At Pinehurst Resort
Women More Eager Than Men
to Try Fliphls; Golf Tourney
Attracts Many Enthusiasis
PINEHURST, N. C, Jan. 10?Pine?
hurst now has an exceptionally fine
landing field, and the whirr of the mo?
tors overhead is constantly heard.
Lieutenant J. A. Mitchell, late of the
Canadian Air Service, has a long-wait
ing list for trips in his biplane. The
number of women who are going in
for the air sport here exceeds the j
number of men.
Mrs. Arthur S. Gilman, of Clevc
land; Miss Mabel Bliss, Miss C. Belle
Meyers and Miss Rosalie P. Sanderler,
of Washington; Mrs. Evelyn Spencer,
of Denver; Mrs. Charles Picquet, Mrs.
Harold H'omans, Mrs. H. B. Emery and
Mrs. Charles D. Morgan, of New York,
are among those who have taken aerial
trips within the last few days.
Lieutenant Mitchell has offered an
overhead joy ride as one of the numer
ous prizes to be compcted for in the
Winter Golf League's big tournament
next week. Enthusiasm seems to be
about equally divided between those
who hope to win and those who ex
pect to lose.
Major Harold E. Porter, better known
under his pen name of Holworthy Hall,
took title this week to the Currituck
Cottage, occupied last year by the late '
Ambassador Walter Ilines Page and
Speaker Gillette, Senator Harding, of
Ohio; Senator Kellogg, of Minnesota; j
Senator Cummins, of iowa, and a num- j
ber of other national legislators spent ]
the holidays here.
Supreme Court justices Lydon, Finch
and Tierney were also here lHst week. i
Arrivals of the past few days, from
New York and vicinity, include Mr. j
and Mrs. George M. Dexter, William !
Stewart Reyburn, Mr. and Mrs. Guy j
Pierce, Mrs. S. B. Corbin, of New Ro- !
chelle; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Durstine, of |
Scarsdale; Miss Winifred Fuller, Mr.
and Mrs. Wendell P. Colton, Mr. and I
Mrs. C. W. Harman, New Rochelle; Mrs.
Gardner Colby, of East Orange; Mr.
and Mrs. W. V. S. Thorne and Mias
Therese Thorne; Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay
Russell and Miss Fanny Russell, of
Many Front New York
At Camden for Winter
CAMDEN, S. C, Jan. 10.?Arriving
from New York at the Court Inn are
Mrs. Edwin P. Merwin, Edwin P. Mer
win jr., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Whit?
ney and Miss Margaret Whitney, Mrs.
J. Sharpe Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Gardner Colby jr., Mrs. H. B. Stearii3
and Mrs. Sol Smith Russell. At the
Hobkirk Inn are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
T. Wright jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry J.'
Sills, and Miss Winifred G. Sills,'
Charles M. Taintor, Mrs. J. H. Kidder,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Churchill
and Mrs. J. Hall Dow.
Mrs. Clarence M. Morgan and Miss
Morgan, who are occupymg their cot?
tage on Kirkwood Heights, entertained
with an informal tea on Wednesday
Dr. William S. Rninsford and Mrs.
Rainsford, of New York, who for sev?
eral years have made their winter
home in Camden, are again in their
cottage in Kirkwood.
?Tho ball swecpstakes opened to-day
on the links of the Sarsfield Golf Club.
This event will take place every Satur?
day during the season. The links,
which are in fine shape, attract inany
players daily. Among those seen to
day were Edwin Merwin, William B.
Nisbet, Mra. J. Sharpe Hunler, Mra. B.
D. Tichnor,, J. B. Prazier, Charles G.
Fall, Joseph Parker, C. E. Goodspeed,
L. Sledge and W. H. Kirkbride.
Interesting games of polo take place
three times a week on the field of the
Camden Polo Club. Last Saturday tho
Lone Star Rangers defeated the Cam?
den team, 8 to 4. The Army team from I
Camp Jackson will come here for sev?
eral games later. This team has a full
polo equipment of 40 officers and 100
Outdoor Sports Attract
White Sulphur Vhitors j
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.
Va., Jan. 10.?Visitors at tho Green
brier spent most of the week in out
door sports, the weather being warm
enough to make long walks or rides i
by motor or horseback pleaaant.
Skating by moonlight has been the
latest attraction at White Sulphur. |
Tho lake is well frozen over. During
the day many skaters join in a game
of hockey. These games are generaiiy :
witnessed by many guests.
Much remodeling is going on in the !
ground fioor of the Greenbrier, and the
spring colony will lind many changes.
There will be a wholc line of new shops. ;
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Smith and '?
Miss Natalie Smith have left for Jersey i
City with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Schermer- I
horn, who have, been here for a ten!
days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Smith enter- j
tained at ah informal dinner the even- '
ing of their departure. F. J. Sterner j
and Miss Maude Sterner were at the I
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Victor, of New
York, have returned home. Mrs. E. j
Stonard and Miss Stonard, of New York,
joined J. Mercadants and party here. j
After a short stay the party returned '
to New York.
Orlando Looks Foricard
To Annual Music Festival
ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 10.?Special in?
terest is being felt here in the com
ing music festival to be held Febru
ary 12-16. The fourth annual event
is notable on account of the appear
ance of Emmy Destinn, Orlando hav?
ing been fortunate enough to obtain
the Metropolitan star for one of her
few engagements in the South this
Orlando was the scene of a number
of social functions during the holiday
season. Colonel and Mrs. Van Cleave,
of Governor's Island, were entertained
at a New Year's reeeption by Mrs. Van
Cleave's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John I
Marshall, of Orlando, assisted by Mr3
Frank Powell, of New York. Miss
Mary L. Ackerman and Miss Iola E
Russell, of New York City. made a
brief visit en route to the west coast,
where they will spend the season.
Fort Myers Season is
Off to Brilliant Start
FORT MYERS, Fla., Jan. 10.?The
Hotel Royal Palm opened last week, to
remain open until April 10, with every
promise of a prosperous and delightful
season. Miss Alice Collier, who has
successfully supervised the music for
two wjnters, has returned. There will
be informal dances twice a week.
United States Senator T. J. Walsh,
of Montana, and his daughter, Mrs. E.
C. Gudger, of Washington, were among
the first guests to register. Other early
arrivals were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rich
ard, Mr. and Mrs. William Wiese, Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Garcifl, of New York i
City, and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jef- '
fries and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perrine, I
of Brooklyn. Among those who will j
spend the entire season here are Sir
Thomas R-eddick and wife, of Montreal, |
who arrived several days ago.
will be found in the
Main Seetion of To-day's
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Guban President Is
Host at Last Party
In Famous Palace
Many Americans Attend
Offieial Reeeption Gtven'
Filled by Winter Visitors |
HAVANA, Jan. 10?The last recep
tion in the old Presidefctial palace was i
held Thursday afternoon, when Presi- j
dent Menocal received the New Year's
felicitations of his fellow citizens and j
members of the legations. At 1 o'clock
foreign diplomatic representatives were I
received in the red salon. Flowers in \
profusion were presented to Mr. and
Mrs. Menocal, until the lower floor of '
the palace was filled with their per-1
fume. Many Americans attended the
affair. It is expected that the recently
completed palace will be occupied by '?
the Chief Executive's family some
time this month.
Admiral Lord Jellicoe. of the Brit- |
ish navy, was given a warm welcome j
during his brief sojourn in Havana. '?
He arrived from the United States yes- j
terday, and will leave to-morrow aboard
his .flagship, the New Zealand, for Rio j
de Janeiro. His program here included
calls upon President and Mrs. Menocal
and members of the embassies. Lady
Jellicoe sailed for England on the Adri
atic last week, and did not accompany
her husband here.
A meeting of Havana Post No. 1 of
the American Legion was held Tuesday
evening in the hall of the American \
Club. Steps were taken to organize a j
Havana branch of the women's auxil?
iary of the Legion. There are several
hundred ex-service men in Havana in
addition to those permanently residing
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cudahv jr., of
Chicago, have arrived at the Inglaterra
Hotel, where they will spend their
honeymoon. Upon their homeward trip
they will visit Miami, Palm Beach and
other Florida resorts.
Prince and Princess Ruspoli, of Italy,
are expected shortly in Havana, where
they will pass the winter.
The links of the Havana Country
Club have been thronged with players
this week. The course is a beautiful
rolling one and from several of the tees
commanding views of Havana Harbor
are obtained. NeW Yorkers enjoying
the royal sport this week were Mr. and
Mrs. William E. 9hea, Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Best, Mr. and Mrs. Lee G. Camp.
Mr. and Mkk T. A. Savage, Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Rendall, Miss Daisy Alien.
Miss Florence, Wittmeyer and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Fontaine, of
New York, are visiting their son, Robert
W. Fontaine, at his residence on Casen
vents Street, Altos.
At the Inglaterra are Arthur H. Bal
com, Charles T. Hicks, Mr. and Mrs.
George T. Spencer and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Dempton, of New York. and
Mrs. Martha Palmer and Miss Eleanor
Brown, of Greenwich.
A. J. Levy, of Ossining. and Robert
Sehmoll, of New York, are at the I,a
fayette. William N. Kipp jr.. of New
York, has left for Caibanen after a two
weeks' visit in Havana. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank D. Waterman and their aon?,
Elisha and Frank Waterman jr.. have
left for Madison, N. J. Mr. and Mrs.
Mason Peters, of Westtield, N. J., are
visiting friends in Havana.
Arriving from New York this week
on the Esperanzit were Frederick Sinn,
Miss Eiizabeth Wallace, Robert San
born, Miss Grace Goodrich, Miss Mary
J. Markham. Miss Julia Markham and
Miss Ethel White.
J. A. Durrell, manager of the Havana
branch of the National City Bank, ha*
returned from a business trip to Florids.
Spending the month with friends at
the Inglaterra are Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
Page, of Washington, and Miss Bertha
H. Archibald and Miss Helen E. Borck,
of New York.
Tourists at Daytona
John D. Rockefeller Jr. Will Ke
turn North After < ,ou?*t Trip
DAYTONA, Fla.. Jan. 10. John P.
Rockefeller jr. and his daughter, who
have been guests of John D. Rockefel?
ler sr. at The Casemrnts, Mr. Rocke
feller's winter home at Ormond Beach,
made a trip by automobile down tha
east coast and soon after their return
to Daytona will go north.
Admiral R. R. Ingersoll and Mra. In
gersoll, who for years have closed their
home at La Porte, Ind., to spend tho
winter at Daytona, arrlved this week
at Ivy Inn. Dr. E. H. Lyons, ot
New York, anchored his yacht, tha
Regina, in the Halifax River en rout*
to Jacksonville, where he was to meet
friends from the North and return ti>
Mr- and Mrs. John P. Alien. of Seara
dale, have arrived at the Prinresa I?
sena. Others include Mrs. William C.
Crerie, of New York, and Mr?. W. J.
Mahon, of Brooklyn.
Information rvith rcf
erence to any form
of travel to any part
of the ?worla' is avail
able at our officcs.
Europe and the BattleRelds
Ten years from now, will you re
proach yourself for not having made
your pilgrimage to the Battleftelds
of France and Belgium?before the
work of reconstruction had dimmed
this red page in the hiatory of the
world? The time to go is this
spring. Cook's Service clears away
all the petty details and leaves you
free to see and appreciate, and to
pay homage to the men who gave
their all over there.
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225 Fifth Av*., N. V. Tel. Mad. Sq. a?;#
tSkal Winter Vacn'ion Rtaort.
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE
Ka.st twiu acrew. palaoul uteatnere
11,000 Tona Dinplacement
Sail* from i.w York I.inn?rv 14-J1II
S. S. "F0RT VICT0RIA"
I 4 000 Tone Dl ipla ernent
B? lli ?? ???)>:.. beginnlng late January
No pa*?po-:? required for Rermoda
6chei1u i of Salling*. rahin plana
and ri.te? h^nt on appl'catlon
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE
ItebaJI st . New Tork
A U ST R A LIA
The Palatlal Paaaenger Steamera
R. M. S. "Nieiara" R. M. S. "M?knr?"
28,000 Tona 13,600 Ton?
Sail from Vancouver. B. C.
For farea and aalllnga apply Canadian Pac.
By.. 1MI Broadway, N. V.. or to Canadl-n
Auatrallan Royal Mall Line. 440 Seymour
St., Vancouver. B. C.
The Best in 'Travel
ta? Fifth Ava., N. Y. Tel. Madlaoa St]. ?210.
(OVKKS THE WORLD
THOS. COOK & SON
US B'lYAY 5*1 FIFTH AYR,
N'tagara To The Sea.?For t>>ua(rate?l
guide, addreea John F. Pirrce. i.Vpt. \<H>.
Canada Steamahlp Linen. Montreal. Canada.
Short nnd Ideal Route le Orlent from
Seatlh*. Fe?t Palatiiil I'nwinfr Hteamehlp*.
Nippmi Yinen hitfshn. 120 Hroadwe>. N. Y.
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