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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JUNE 14. 1914.
Di. Ryan Tells His Townsmen
of His Experiences in Mexico
WIRELESS FOR NOTHING
vwil (.! rut Iter (hlrn'riioen In Scran
in i li.iti lx I'linliltut of Mexico.
pr l.iluunlW liyiitiol Mcrunton,
. i, iwiiiN'iitcnctiltoilt'.'tfli by Kali-nil
(oliln. hi I'wnlllo, unitwim, Mtnlro,
,. (ImiRi) tli.il liei wkh mi Aiunrlcaii
,t,v tn.i'lo U'1 Htiiteinent one tiluhl rei
rriiMv wlii'ii uiUlniwIng nr-veral hundred
rcopl" at tho Oithollo 111 Scniiitoii.
t,u ,ii.' iiv-itin Klvwi t,o iJr..ltyn.
Tins wiih III llrxt hiopoIi on Muxlco tilneo
h ri'l lined to llui Uliliwl Stiitee.
, h li'.uliiiK to inn arrerit mm mini;
llut iKTiiri"! afterward went dencritxal j
I,,' ir I' mi. but In1 would not talk of
hi 1 a Mexican ilun,eon
.ni di: i dny for I'11' cnrrylnjc out
0f ili, .i.irnc! tlmt lie Imsliot. l'riwldent
Hiktm m jiIcI I'r Ityitn's l!m regurdlnR
i ii ei-.ttlon and Set-rotary of Stole
llr .i i Him" I'r ltyunVti'tiim to America,
m.ul limi iroini Dr. Uyan wild, not to
hniu In word, for II ho did It would lio
ninM' linVult t) ttveuro tfio rvkianj of
otli Vnu-rli'iuiH e.ho might lie flirown
mr irinn by K!crali.
,t ,i repie-tentatlve of tho Stnte Ue
p.tr incut "f thi I'nlted States mid not
.ii.i ll'il C'ron pliyflulan, Or Hyatt mild,
(in went to Torivon to relievo HUlferliiR
liimuiiitv thargo d'Affalres O'tthauRh
nr.. with whom Dr Hyiin lived In Mexico
niv ,iutlmril him to no to Torrcon
after ih battle and check an epidemic
of l.i'liiH fever there),
Diphtlieria. n well an fever, Dr. Ilyan
.ml wai prevalent There were no
ph)u mii to treat tho HUfTerern. In come
w,iy th" -oti K't the Idea that by cuttlnK
l,i: throats of the diphtheria nulTcrern
. H , . i ..
they would nt-curi' roiiiti r, i .m-iihk
Younr Maxim's Scheme to t'so
Amateur Stations for
over the bridno, the lirldiro was torn up,
the liuntwr put hick on the train and
ii nl n tho train ndvuncrdi
When the train pulled In at 1'reMilllo
the .Mexican were excited, nown having
reached there that (ho. American troom
had tiiptured Vera Cruz and had put all
the residents- men, women and chil
lren to death. Or Ilyati wan tho only
American on tho train, so he wan arrested
churned with IhiIiir un American spy.
He had no Credentials, having lout them
PIr U the term the Moslem Used In
,..1,1,...,!.... I.I... It
.""" " V .V"J I try l'oll.lc for next to nothing, or per
Mxu'ii uut uiui mi in luiuiii hatf even for lintliuiv,
Coun., .lime i.i, It. P.
Invented llenrcr, hones
he had InventeM it eornmunleiitor. tf his
pinna go through ami the "niteil ."tnten
tloveriiiiiont cooperntes tin,, one or two
other looser tliltiK happen he will make
wlreUvw eomitiumcallun nit over this coun
ana ir,inrerred rigitin. He never ex-ecU-l,to
Ret back to America, for tho
ytm In Mexico In to nnwt a man and
keep transferring him from dungeon to
dungeon until ho disappears. How tho
Htato Department at WashliiRton le irned
of his arrest and jrot all It powerful
machinery moving to rescue mm
Ilyan said he could not understand.
Dr. Ilyan looks just the satno as when
ho left Scranton In 1912 after graduating
from the medical school of Kordtiam to
go to Mexico M a White Cross physician.
Ills guru. Is tlko that of an undertaker.
Just as It always wan. No blacker cloth
ing t inado than that which Dr. Hyan
Dr. Hyan always craved exoltomsnr.
As a boy he was among the first to arrive
at a lire. He was a prizefight promoter,
a champion alloy twill player, a ton-yard
man In the 100 yards and a fairly good
high jumper and pole vaulter. As an
anateur luisoU-ill player ho won fame on
llln ntfl IIIitwntinilM tfn ma ft Kcmm,!
un till idea throats of all sufferers were ' baseman. He wns an active member of
hi. in a was that gave thorn some relief the Catholic Club.
The scheme Is to Ret nil the amateur
wireless npt'iaturs of the rmintry, nn.l
they etlst by the hundreds of thousand,
Interested In transmitting messages
from const to const. Tho Irtea of the
Ilailin Club of Hartford Is that this trans,
mission service shall te a sort of soelal
IfTnlr. n tilt of frletiillv iireit,i,in,l,itln,i nt
Dr I which almost anybody may take nilvan-
uiltc, provKien me iieinatiHs are not too
serious. The movement has been described
n a sort of extension to the Hoy Hcout
Rood turn Idea. Mr. Maxim figures there
are 100,000 amateur wireless telegraph
operators In the United States.
"What we propose to do," he saM, "Is
to select thoso stations which are able
to transmit from fifty to 100 miles and
which are kept In perfect running order.
And then all stations In the league which
we are forming, to tie known an the
American Itaiilo nclay lague, will at a
predetermined hour "listen In." That hour
will probably bo 7:30 each evening.
llnrti'i'ti wuklreii who sunertii wun
dlphthen.1 all dletl within a week, Dr.
ficr t.i nig m Vcnititou for a few
d,ih with hiiiter, Mrs. Henry V l-iwler.
if of Him former register of wills of
When Dr. Hyan wont to Mexico for tho
Whitu Cross Madero was tottering ns
President and Hucrta and Diaz were
closing in on Mexico dlty. Dr, Hyun
left the White Cross to go with tho Hed
Cross. He gained fame for his reckless
The Uovernmnt Is expected to co
operato In this thing." salt! Mr. Maxim,
t'ecauso It Is going to hnve a tendency
to cause the amateurs to reduce their
power. In the history of wireless teleg.
raphy In this country tho Interference
with Government and commercial mcs
sages by amateur has caused consider
able trouble to the Government and to
commercial companies, because the ama
teur have used powerful sending ap
paratus to enable them to send to great
distances. The agreement among amateurs
to relay messages on from one. section
of the country to another will make It un
necessary for an amateur to have a high
powered eot. The 300,000 nmateurs In
the country nre near enough to overlap
and exiver practically the whole continent
for purpose of sending.
"The Hrv.'lo Club lias caused to be sent
out over t.0011 Inquiries with a blanlt
form to those nmatsurs whose addresses
It could get. These blanks have place
for name, address, description of send
ing nnd receiving equipments, kind of
aerial anil for the signature to, the prom
ise to relay or deliver any amateur radio
messages sent. This blank also asks In
formation as to whether the subscriber
has a telephone In his house, as to the
usual llatenlng hours of the owner of the
station, and tells about "how many words
a minute the operator enu receive with
c jtuluty. About 300 replies hate al-,
rni'i) wmtj uiii-k. i.tniu siBllons nave
already been obtained In Great Harring
ton. Ptttsfleld. Albany, titles. Syracuse,
Rochester, lluffato und tlethlehem. Pa.
"It Is the Intention of the Hadlo Club
of Hartford to make this thing strictly
amateur. The messages are to be re
layed by courtesy. There will be no fees
for receiving, delivering or relaying the
messages. No money transaction of any
kind Is to be considered In connection
with the league. The expenses of sending
out tho notices are being borne for the
present by the Itadlo' Club of Hartford
and by voluntary subscriptions."
NF.W JRIUtRV Oprtnc Ik Hrarfc.
NKW JKRSKV Spring Ike Heaeh.
Uu Kaw.iiin.t county, Dr. Kyan returned ' bravery on the battlefield Dr. Hyan
to V, ishington to confer with Secretary
ul Mai" llrrnii regarding conditions in
I m feeling lino, but I inn't sleep. My
miierlcnce h.iunt me," Dr Hyan said,
luriher than that he would not dlncil'S
hisd.it penl in a Me.xicvn jail.
Alter doing all tho good possible at
Tirre u Pr Kvnn said, he started with
.no ilher is-ople by train for Mexico city
I he travelling w.i extremely slow, lie-cm--
i .viy limo the train retched
wan ordered to give to some of Madero's
soldiers Hed Cross bands so that they
could Kiifoly do scout duty He refused
and wun sentenced to death and thrown
Into a dungeou. The Diaz and Huertu
Roldiers wero successful und Dr. Hyun
wan released It is said that ho was one '
of the few men who saw Madero led
from his dungeon und put to death. ,
Dr. Kyan is not prepared, he suid, to
ttlk of his plans for tho future. He will
not go iNick to Mexico unless he i saiit I
river a liridie wa built, tho train pissed there by tho United .States Government.
gary Excited Over the
Discovery of New Oil Field
CM.',,W:V the metropolis of Al- and Inhabitants uiui plenty of enthusi
otiia. mirlliwesl Canuda. has i urnii cou'.d be called a town, Ira Stquar
u.i.u mail hi rrml l-'or months rushed away announcing he ivu going
herr hud been rumors tif thuilo Cullfurnla to order I7J.000 worth of
drilling machinery und "see It got there
Meanwhile there was great discus-
slon concerning who would control the
new oil tlelds. If the Ktandard Oil In
terests wero buying they were doing so
clandestinely. It .was found that the
Canadian I'acltlc Railroad owned forty-
five square mile.- In oil lands. Most of,
those buying oil stock In Calgary were ,
small Investors. They paid for their
stock In bills. It wan common In a
brokerage, office to see wastcbaskets
used to hold the money taken In,
Ten million dollars wan withdrawn
from Calcury banks In a few dayy and
' Invested In oil lands at leant, oil stock.
The newspapers became a trifle fright
ened nnd the Governments of Alberta
... ....... nn.l 1 nnl,..1.n . ..... . 1 I.. .
near die Dingmnn well almost nan tneir """" ""'""w"' r"
clothes lorn from their backs. Shares stck schemes were numerous. The
double,! tn value In three minutes. Manitoba Government took steps to
Shouting und gesticulating banker. and Protect Investors by prohibiting sale
hnme.s men waved liandfuls of bank of shares unless, the venders had se-
cureu a certincate from tne public utlll-
INCW E$$CX and S5$X
HOTEL AND COTTAGES
Ideally located between like ami sea at fashionable
SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J.
The last word
better on the Atlantic Coait"
OPENS JULY 1ST
li Comfort and Luxury Offering ever)
DAVID B. PLUMER, Manager
ii'ii.iiin -iir.ii .ill lll'ri
HUM T, KK.ll IMi, en ler lly rtrnrMrnl.il..
ri, i 1 i.r of a new Held and on Ma IT
a niessuge was recehinl from a driller
I lm-i I ,1 II. Drown saying that a well
a' Dliik'tnau had spouted twice.
It wua mil two brief showers of oil,
t i the news spread rapidly through
'he region. Nearby towns heard of the
rlltn und people hurried to Calgary.
1 if re the Klnr (leorge Hotel was the
centre of the : clteincnt on May 20.
Suddenly a man ran from n telephone
Kolh He leaped on a table, waved his
armi to command silence and. shoined:
' "Brown siy.i she.' spouting again!
V.ri . fe.-t In the air' They're trying
hard o ao If White oil, Ixiys, and
there billions In It!"
Pandemonium broke loose, rtrokers
ofTeriiiK stock In companies owning land
frl. Ml,rr.j If Ml 3SJI
Average Summer Temperature 79. Every Breeze is an Ocean Breeze.
Authorized by Department Bermuda Government
. rwifm tdo Tours include best hotels, American plan,
8 DAY 1 OUKS and all the usual interesting side trips.
Including All fapenjM Some of longer or shorter duration at
proportionately low rates.
Accnrsll.i(E lo lorAllon
In iht tttit.
The Royl Mail
U Son. Ccn.
Agti., 22 State
St.. N. Y.
srer, rrrnrd S
5! -rs, m miV.
Quebet SS. Co.,
Agti.. 29 Broad
way, N. Y.
The above it an actual photograph of life in Bermuda in Sumner.
Bathe hi crvRtnl waters wlicru a penny in visible 20 feet txjlow tho surface. Catch 3V Hivciert of iniilli-ooliireH
fish -View tlm wondorful mi gunleiw from nloas-bottomod boats. Sail in turquoiso-tintcd watere or ride, drfvp
nnd wheel on DernititlnV fnmotis coral roadways. An nlwa.VB-remembfred vacation awaits you hern make your
plans iVOH". Juno, July and Atigiuit arc ideal months in Bermuda.
, S.t. or lo i nc. Cock ft Nn,3i :csi 11 r mil a mi sin av luynienu ft uniirnmii.rr.i Jin v ,
or Anr urifi .reai. 1
f-or Dookltls apply W Above S.
NKW .IKnSKV .llsntlr fltr.
I'KNNfcVLVANIA llrUnra VTatrr Cap.
,f MMI.lt It KM Urn.
1'f.NNSYl.tAMA-llilsiiiirr Water .!'.
lletweni ilie New (iirilen snll
Hirl IMrr. ilie rmtiulHr irctlnn
Wltliln lrht un'l KOUInl u( 0111
ocrsn. A lilsn-clliiK. nuiuern m
1-1 lih 20a Uinr. unnr roomr.
all wlih ,rn exposure I'rlvnle
hatlir, hut JtiU roin ronnins wmrr
roniin. Attractive nun prmr
il norrhei. elr itnr. rle i l-
.ln. unrt arrvtrr the Vit AMK1U
CAS AND t:t'IIO-KAN I'l.AN."
Sprcl .1 rntrs for .lun II. nk-
II ,1 1 1 1 r..-
NKW .IKItHHV t'spe Uj.
NKW IKKSKV v My.
notes in the brokers' faces and ex
changed their money exultantly for cer
tificates of companies unborn a week
before. At 2 o'clock the next morning
the trading was still going on.
The road leading to the Dlngmin well
was tilled with automobiles. The cars
ero carrying excited men nnd women.
A long line of men and women filed
through the drill house at ithe Dlngman
well. Eagerly the crowd gazed on the
colorless lluld with a strong kerosene
Mnell which had gushed from the well.
"It's 65 iier cent, pure gasolene," said
one of the proud owners of the well.
'You're all welcome to fill your reser
voirs wl h It. Hun back to town on
tod Canadian gus."
And they did. The raw, unreflnd
petroleum proved excellent fuel. The
Mock brokers Jubilantly declared that
Caltrary would never use another drop
fif California "gas."
As the days passed the excitement
In Calgary Increased. The town waa
Inundated with new arrivals. Hotel ac
lominodations mounted In price almost
as fast as the oil shares. From all
parts came capitalists large and small.
Four hundred stock brokerage oftlces
were opened. Many brokors erected
tents. Tho police had their hands full
ind tbo force was augmented. One
brokerage ofllco required a dozen bluo
cape may. n .j.
AMERICA'S FINEST BATHING BEACH
NOW OPFiN FOR THE SEASON
Strictly Fireproof. White Service Throughout.
GOLI', TKNNIS, HOATINO, FISHING, OA lAl'.K
Saddle hortei with initructon.
An iieal automobile run (rqm New Yo-k.
JAMES E. GALDREY, Manager.
GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL
VlrilnU 11 v elie lnt,rArh .iml all nllrMlon
rspaelt tifi lrotil'.nevery Brt-ellinn I
sppotnimttil snrt rumlurt lrr t.-tltis
private sn1 publli-,lre,iiilrm'Melrvlir
etrnle, Hirrhe. etc. rlc AmiTl'in nnJ
Kuroprrn il.m Spril.il Amrrlr.111 plan, Jl i
up dull)' lliMiklrt W fNIW
pnmpp f IPS
nEIAWARE WATER, ' " G AJ PA
1 ir ks,l.nic ni) lArurM hotel suuira in n r'onir atn ... .... . ..j.
nt' tirsulvlirvisiil ilrtrrtpt lull : lien U1 fill UiU'i. pirlutrque rasrsu",, ..imiu i,., .... -'-
till in K. rir 1 he hotel li Mrlctly moitrrn suit ot the b,M rl.i. iili Jf ' '
1 aiIih, rutinliii! nicr In rmnii.. ulrlor. lrm lirst in-l iiprn l Bct. K 1 e Is tli. s oer
I.H.kljiic rlxcr nml mountain etc. orrnru: w in 1 " '' V'"'w ,Vr r . ev 1
Hkl In r lires ami Urlvlnf outfit.. Ilaraite. (.rill .'".' ..il'f.Vi lUVl Vi n I
iair, (UoiorlHiarnnlrdametrrmaothrrir-t Dnoklrt mllril ( IIAHI.I.MI wiru
proprietor anil nuner
Itrn.rt lUIrl In
ties commissioner that the stock
for a bona fide oil well.
It was reported on May' 27 that an oil
syndicate was being formed to control
500.000 acre. If tho "big Interests
were tending together thus they kept
their plans ptetty well In the dark.
The Canadian raclflc wilt develop Its
own lands. There Is on .the surface no
appearanco of monopoly. In one week
eighty-nine new companies representing
rl50.000.000 of capital applied for In
corporation. On June 1 a rude stock exchange was
orgnnlzed. It was hoped thin would
correct some abuses. Shares of stock
were being sold for $15 In Montreal, It
was learned, when the current price In
Calgary was Jl. It was hoped the ex
change prices would be quoted exten
sively and serve as standards.
Although the rush Is now said by
many observers to be the greatest on
record, experts will not yet admit that
n big oil field Is assured. They say It
remains to be proved, that even the
Dlngman well Is not yet down to the
sandstones, which will carry the real
mighty volume of petroleum, If It exists.
The most optimistic believe that oil
bearing strata underlie the Rockies for
hundreds of miles and can be tapped
along the fringe of the mountains on
18th aion. Meal uinmvr home for dh
crlmlmtlnr pfOptt Owne rhlp mnaicrmrnt
HA NT A 1ULYAHU.
I.xlcufelvc Improtrmenin. Kcluhi: patrifi
re. private baths, public nhowrr and nculla
bailta; bachelor apartment: running watr evrry
room; white vervfrc HouMef II. II FHOCT
1 1 - . j ii
J NKW .II.KM.l Ahur 1'urk.
Vlrclnla r. anil the brarh The m.-t i-rnlrnl I
and popular location, rrnlrr of all al'rartlon
I anrl amurmrnt Capacity .Ki Hnlarcnl alio
lliiprovt'ii inro.irnom noon.- iwiki.- , .
llh private I'.HIi. hot and cold ninnlng water In
brilroomn: r!ealor to trrrt level. prlons
porchra wlih ocrnn lr Or h,'ira .Superior
table and excellent nervlce special early fraaon
terms. il.:a up werkly; K.to tip dally ui?
meeta traliui Open all year IKxiklrt. SA1I r.l.
K I.I.I H
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE
Mount Pbcono, Panna.
Itrl.ullt. rniarjted. modernlied. 1J rooim.
;i en nulle with private bath and runtime
ntrr In rootnr JIcll service, ra. orchritra,
lanrliiK, and all outdoor aporta.
KHKK tl.Mt.",r. Accommodations far 0car.
I'harmlriK walks, iiood roads, mafnllleent
vrva. Unique In quallt)1' food, eooklns;
...I s.rve, jvjtK toTJl
For Illustrated literature, room plan, un
WATER OAF M
l'KSNYI.V.M. rihe Coitnt).
HIGH FALLS HOTEL
liillinan's Kerry. I'lke Co.. 1'eiin.
Iti.oms with and without bath. Table sup.
piled with vruetablra from hotel Harden I
M'i.! Ami .Inn ine rvrrv evenlni An Ideal
mounttln resor' In the crntre of picturesque
I'lkr Co. .Ml nutdnur dherslons and Indoor
amineitienta. ' Illustrated booklet.
Hlll.tr 11. TOLStEU. Proprietor
Directly on the beuclt
Noted for its high standard of exrellenca.
MOHUAN A rAUSON.H.
WILL OPEN JUNE 27k
Boor, 100 rtfnstriiint now in attandanct
HOTsssCOLO SEAWATER BATHSl
L,o rx o L t AfNsfa T a I pK i
50RnMIIHC .SA1UNC. FISHING. CAR.
Da 1 1 y Oxw rta ruvil Divrvcirvo.
Sl'KCI.M. Jt NK ItVirji
J UP WKKKI.. K t'l' ll.Xtl.V.
MAI. Ill Mtl. . SJ 1
ear ine oeacii,
nun 1 ihm
modern hotel tirnhlr Ihe r.inifnrl. o.nen-lenci-a
and allracll6in nf the im Imurlouh
hotels ivlthotit Ihe exrr ot nnl, !' fnoil
notn: private bath; elevator rtrellrnt table
evenlnt dlnnera; Frrorli chef : white wr Ice,
Orchestra. Ilooklet. 14thraxin J I'. Olt'P
IT-: X X S V I. V A N W Ym on.
Oln to IKHrinbrr This famous moun
tain resort hotel, tbe U ail In ir. mint mmlrin
and nneat Iik-sIhI hi Ihta rrtbn, provldea
Ihe larly rai mit Willi ecry uoi-tllile
appolnlmriit and iirnifort of the nioit ir
nownid mrtrnpolltan liotrl tllol private
l-atlw. runnluir wairr In rrsmis, elevators,
electric llirrits, stram heal, open loir nrr.,rtf' ,
etc I nnib chefs, while Mrvli-r, Otctiotra,
matmltli-ent falniOmrtCafe and (irlll iltam
plonshlp itolt eourn. 0 ami IS holes; eery
outdoor lltrralon Special hwliiirnienta In
rates for May. June and early July Coaches
meet tratnu. nnuklet nnd auto map, mailed
MtrrouisTS win and WATHit tiAi'iint'sk;
Ihe moat attractive point of distlaallon that
ran be made In any of Ihe KhorHonra ,'ne.
eras In rate to iiiiiomoblllsts
.IOIIN IM'HIIV ion. lropr.
JNEW HOTEL MERION
BUENA VISTA HOTEL
toatt, to keep order, so grant wiu the both the east and the west lines of foot-
X 1-1 hiiv linn man wiih rtannrtivl tn 1 hills. They think Calgary Is only the
Whole square on tha ocean.
liritOI'KAN AND AMERICAN PLAN
I open all year Capacity, 3 10
HOTEL PARK VIEW, THE MARLBOROUGH
llslmsr. N. J.
Pacini; ocean; rooms
n suite with bath
tj. W I.l.'ONAIID.
1 Fireproof Vermont Ave close to the beach
, and near the New ilirden Plr area!
walrr natatorlutn and ull attra tlons A
hlcli class molrrn hotel with every appoint
merit atvl conl'ort HupeHor In Its table
1 nnd attendance Klrvsmr tn ""treet, prlv.i'e
i bath. extensive pur.-hri. etr special June
I mut rsrle Jul rate
CM AS. 11. PltlCTT Y.M AN, Onner A Propr
Illork from ocean, faclnc Sunset lake. Honms
with bath, elevator IJoyd Ki'.ini, .Mir.
ll-yrar family hotel. Capacity ISO
Tlooklets. A M, SEXTON. Prop.
suites, with bath, renned patronaKs, booklet,
IIAIIIIT DUKP1KI.D. Owner and Proprlator.
NKW .IERSKY Sprlnr lake llearta. I
have boucht 250 shares at 1 each and
'"Id out n few days later at J270 a
'hare, clearing JOi.'.'SO. The sidewalks
"'ere thronged with buyers,
A week after the great gush at the
Dinimian well tho Western Dominion
rtaiiiv.iy announcetl It would build a
d.'ttn tlie valley from Calgary to
' u.i ti.-ids and probably carry It south
' m -1 ii branch of the Chicago, Mil
w.i iafe and I'uget Sound at the Ittter
first of many new oil fields to be located
In tho Canadian Northwest.
With oil being adopted a the fuel of
the world's navies, Great Britain Is
watching closely. The British Emplrw
nt present produces only 2 per cent, ef
tho world's petroleum. The United
States produces S3 per cent, and Iluasla
and her possessions IS per cent.
The Dlngman well field Is thirty-two
mlletr long by Ave miles -wide at the
widest. In all thero are about seventy
A nen t.iun sprang up about the I two square miles of oil lands, It Is
I' nlil.lli ti'f.11 ir rwntu i.r.,1 rnlli.li hers!) '
If tents and rough boafdh estimated.
ILOPED WHILE PAPA SLEPT.
SPRING FISHING IN MAINE.
The New Monmouth
NPKINfi UKF. HKAt II, IS. .1,
Will Open .Inne 30th.
CanneUii. Sea I'nth'.nc. nh'nr. Tennis
Superb is-lfole d'olf Coinse.
Dally Concerts and Danclnr.
nooKiNii ii:pHK.sr..vrATivr Ntw
IN STTKND .CK.
HUNK I Sltirri:. Vanacrr.
NEW ONE OK THE MOeT MODEIIN
HOTELS ON OCEAN FHO.NT
Suites with prltate baths, tslephones In all
EI.EVATOIt. OltCH KSTHA IIOOKI.P.T.
i. D TOWNSEND, Ownsr and Proprietor
Fntln lilfk i( tn-rli (roiit, isr,-ait tIpw (mm
all rtwm, t-ap-trttT Wl. hrurj npii-ittiKnt
nrj comfort1 fpri nnl wnter Imt-i, i
-it l-nt In tiitt.tio uitd -'rTltti onln'lr.i
ifiil irtM'hl fMMint, htitu m-t- Irnln IMno.
ASIIl'KY I'ARK, .. J.
Superior and modern In every respect,
telephone In every room, elevator, suit's
with bath; evenlnc dinners, orchestra,
modern danclna; with competent Instructor:
white service. Pnr descriptive booklet and
map address II, J J, w HOCK A r 1. 1.1. E n.
1 HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
1 bo. Carolina Ave. and Uracil; private baths,
l runninic water In rooms. Elavator to strsst
level fine porches. Capacity 3i0. Special
rates. Ilooklet 11PVAN & WIl.I.IAMH
In the Mountains Near Kaaton, l'a.
1U40 frri elevation, mmnWcrot scenery, 740
ft. of pUzsa, stirroundlnir hotel, overlooklnz
Delaware Vallry. 1! miles wide, A Northamp.
ton Valley. 29 mllra No back rooms. Ex
tensive private park, open-alr parlor, amuse
ments. ballroom, orchestra, auto accommo
dations. Ilooklet. A. IlltlNTON Hr.l.I.INC.8.
. 1 I
,t:u urrea. K.stabllshed HIS.
I'nu.u.il opportunity Welbec Farms will
lake a limited number of summer guests I
JIUli altltU'le, braiittful country, every con.
xeiiirnie. wide porches, baths, open fire, kss
Hchts. both telephones. Two dally mall de-1
llterles. arteil-in well water, larse. cool, well
furnished rooms, best of table board, with,
absolutely fresli vegetables and fruits ot alt
kinds In reason Yellow lerfird rhlrkena and ,
real Jersey milk, cream and butter In .
at'imdaiue. .Fine country to brlnsT motor car
for beautiful drl'ea oer ood roads. Nes.-1
.ir here to hire at reasonable prices, also
horses and rarrlases for drlvlnf The best '
of bass Dshlnft In Susquehanna, near by all ,
. . . , .1, ...... nhlla.l.lnltl. 1
jinurs iron. .." '.. ...
Main Una 1. V n n. Farms 10 minutes
from station Terms I1J.00 lo IIS. SO Ad
rtrrss (itV W WKI.I.8. P O IJiieyTle.
Sprlnr lllll. Pa
Summer Home for Discriminating
People, All outdoor Amuenienls
at tlirlr best. Allracthe Cottacri
llnme 01 .hnwnr,' t'onntr lub
jsny ii-ia. ju:y sj-n,
II W J lM..Manr.i-r
V.firsee. SO Fifth Ae
Tel Mau. .n. vau. jmf
PKNNh VI. VAN I A Canadensis.
M1W M'ltl.'CF. IM III. V lN-Whers you
ran catch trout irreatly rnlaritel, rms. en
suite with bath if.iraire. saddle horss; all
ainusrments now open, booklat Crsscn sta
Ijick It It. W .1 ft -V D Price. Cina.trnsls. Pa
TI, ANTIC CITV. N. J
JOS1AJI WIUTK A SONS COMPANY
spring Islke Uracil, N. J, '
Dlractly on lh ocean. Now open I
U N. II OSS.
Spring Ijska Ilrach. I
llodern tv trl. two blocks from the ocean and ,
bathlnr btach. Nou open Ilooklet, I) K
HPANOBNI1KIU5. Prop. 1
.THE LORAINE, toTn
I beach Private baths, fresh & sea water, run
! nlus water In rms.. elaCi'r sp 'i June rates
1 A i: WAONEIt, Prop, W It l.AYTON MKf
Tareni Hm, Alrrn lnltiK Arrnke lo
t,uuril Dnnichter. j
'si'Mit, Iml, .lime i.l.-Ilecniise
Pm nun unable to stay awiike
. a, ins daughter Stella and Wilt
a IIti ui '-ecileil n eloping front the
1 lion.-, .t nf Lafayette, and were
d .t rinllo, III.
g r s fatlier, Vtoowing that silo was
" if t ' njn away, had been keeping
1 ?,1 foi iw,, weeks Flora, who Is a
i'K fanner living in the same neigh
"'Hl li.nl been paying court to ttie
I lh. watchful father had pre
"'1 lie Miung propln from keeping
nr. in- I'xeerit at Infrenueut IntervuU.
wis the elder llav'r s-stom to remain
.is ..njj us w'Sr and see that
' s I'l'ir" iiiij not ftin to the house,
hut . bfi.iirie ilrowa, and fell asleep,
"'el a gav- William a signal from her
reuroum wlnilnw. He vvas widtlng with
i" iiituitmblle. The girl packed her
a' ul and made her way downstairs
"fl as inon In the machine. They
na,lr a hurrlei trip from Lafayette and
' m im ls train for Danville,
When the spring time comes the angler
looks forward eagerly to days of dellvht
on the banks of tome stream or lake
down In Maine, In the network of
rivers In the forests there the angler
gets many a good take of trout. Get
out your flatting rods, tuck a bundle of
your old clothes Into a bag and hie away
, lt your equipment for your outing
be as simple ns ixisilMe for comfort and
protection. The less extras In the way of
canned meats nnd vegetables the betur
You are after health and sport. Takj
only two rods If ou are to fish a stream,
and three If you are to flali lakes and
streams. One should be a five ounce .
fl." rod , the other a seven ounce rod. and
the third n black bass bait rod, which
will alsc answer for trolling,
Now Is the time to look over vour
tacklu nnd get It In shape for the open
ing of the trout season. For the true
disciple of Ixaak Walton there Is no win- '
ttr's evening entertainment that can com
pare with the fun of fussing over fishing
tackle or poring over the catalogues of
th ".porting goods firms.
DR. AUGUST LORIA, physician
I lair member of I). U. A.I
Is practising ai In ihe last csr
from Alar tn October
tn Marlcnbad, House tjuiecberr
haul n th rth J""-'''''
Madern la every P" '
Open all lh er.
FRANCIS YABJIA1X,. MaMCW.
THE ALLAIRE if;. I
Directly on tha beach
MAUD COU3ATK 'MES ,
Now open for thirtieth season
llrsl r , overlooking
orean. capacity ISO: dan-
J. WAt.TI'lt mrtClloK, Pron,
i:W JF.IIHKY Lake llopalcong.
THE SURF HOUSE
IflllllJ finest Nlltistlnii n I'srU. Oierln.il.lng Tullertes hardens.
w ,rar U ,a Palx, chopping Hlstrlet. and Thealrei.
NEWLY DECORATED AND RENOVATED THROUGHOUT
660 Rooms Ot Za:ons. 450 Bathrooms (Hoi and Cold running Water in every Room)
Ta)UaTMc Ariwrasst "CONTKNTAL, PARIS " Paul BloiMt. Manas r
New Hotel Breslin
On Like Hoptlcong, P. 0., Ml, Arlington, N. J.
HKAMIN MAY TO OI'TOIIKIt ATIIK
IMi TO DIM ItlMINAriVli
The Ideal Hotel a which to enjo Hie
Summer or the week end Klrxatlon
1.400 ft. No maljrla. no mosquitoes
Only I hour from N Y li l I. A
W II. It., I,akr Hopalconit Station, rli
ables the business man to oiiiiuiite ar
IU.00 t month and li'i the benefit nf
the same cool. braririK mountain air
which usually rciiiirrs a ilii)' travel
300 rooms w-lth hut and rold running
water, 100 prli.ite hath suites. Motor
boating, ran rel up. bnthlnK, flshlns. coif,
tennis, danclnK. saddle horses Hscel
lent motorlns. tvrchestri, cafe, arrlll
Ilooklet with auto mais and orclal
June and family rates mailed phono
No. I Hopatcong (I KltANK OJ'U
NKW .IKItMKI Allrnhurst.
Opens June 1.1.
r.UWAUIl II, CHANDAI.I,.
Tin' niiiNt:, nr.uMANv.
Till" RIIINK, fiKHMANT,
AMERICANS VISITING EUROPE
Should on no Account fail to visit the Rhine.
There is only one .way to fully enjoy the errand
scenery, and that is by STEAMER.
Ilmpblcu from ?sl 5th, ,v NVsrVol ' Herrnt .St.. I.otid'in
OCKAN H)OMH and meals. H lo 24n week
1- HKI.I, Allcnhunl.
NKW JKIWKV Aon.b-llie.r.e,
AVON-IIV.TIIK-SKA. N. I.
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