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A Cool Suit for Summer.
Sec our display First Street
T. P. A. Delegates at Peoria
Are Waging Vigorous
iSpecinl to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.]
I'corla, ill. June it.?Interest In the
twenty-third annual national conven?
tion of th,- t. I?, A., which begun in
Peoria this morning, centres In the
selection or the 1913 meeting place.
Richmond, represented by the entire
Virg iihi delegation, matched Into the
running early, and is waging the most
energetic campaign for the honor. Tho
f..:.' lies between Houston. Iluffalo
and Richmond, with tho latter city
apparent!) having the support of the
most solid delegations. George w.
Rogers <* in charge of the campaign
foi Richmond. Seven hundred dele*
egatea had arrtvd at noon.
This morning there was a big pa?
rade and later the initial business
Slon. Thii real business begins to?
Walt* r Sounders, of Richmond, re?
sponded to the address Of welcome.
Committees on credentials, on rules,
and order of business were named.
To-night there was a smoker.
PROTEST FROM PREDEHICKSDCRG.
Action <>f National Committee May Ne?
cessitate l-'ormntlon of New i'artj.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. ]
Kredcrlcksburg, Va., Juue it.?At a
mass-meeting ?f Republicans held
here to-night, presided over by Henry
Warden, clt> chairman, resolutions of?
fered by \V. I?. i'artor wero adopted,
condemning the action of the. National
Republican Committee In deciding con?
tests between contesting delegations,
and suggesting that the action of the
committee In thi> regard If persisted
;?> may make necessary the formation
oi ., new progressive party to effec
t IOt< the Will '>f the majority instead
of the dictations of the bosses. The
resolutions were ordered to be tele
graphed to State chairman c. 13 as com
filemp and National Committoemnn Al
vnh U. Martit;. of Virginia, at Ch1
cago. Th.- members of tin- Taft wing
of the party here did not attend the
They May Weigh Correctly
When Accumulation of Dust
Is Cleaned Out.
While tho Council Committee on
Markets uns Investigating) reported
Inaccuracies or the city scales last
night, a representative ot S. T.
Bevcrldge 4c Co.. appeared herore the
Committee on streets with the com?
plaint that In feed sold the depart?
ment since January 1. his company
had lost In short weights the sum or
J1S.43. He explained that the weights
w-re checked both by the scales of the
Street Department and those at his
store, which tallied, but stated that
the "official" weighing machine was
alwu.vs short. In this statement he
was uphold by City Engineer Boiling,
and his bill was ordered paid. A mo?
tion was made to bring tue matter to
the attention of tho Committee on
At tho same time It came out be?
fore the Committee on Markets that
on account of the accumulation of
dust in the scales they had been round
tu weigh inaccurately when largo
loads wore placed upon them. They
were ordered repaired, and all the
Claims Will he settled.
Mr. Cane pa, who resides on the
street hearing his nnme. appeared be
?ti.ro the Street Committee stat'ng that
the ravine running along his property
and that or others living in the vlcln- |
Ity, was a nuisance because several
sewers emptied Into It and there was
not enough water to accommodate the j
City Engineer Rolling said tnat
there was at this time no money avail?
able to make the Improvements that
Mr. Canepa wanted. He was instruct?
ed to submit to the next meeting of
tho committee nn estimate of the cost
to nbato tho nuisance. Mr. Canepa
departed with the remark that was
what he got when he asked the same
thing from the committee last year. I
Councilman Cease and others own- '
lug property on the Boulevard aske?
that lights be placed along the thor
Otlghfare, and that something be done i
to got rid of the dust. The plan has j
been to place along thr> Boulevard
iron poles In the centre o* the street '
with a drop light on either side.
There has not, however, - een n suffi?
cient fund to carry out this plan, and
Jt was explained to the committee !
thnl Mr. Boiling hud refused to al?
low the erection or wooden poles ns
a temporary measure.
The City Engineer's action was
commended hy the committee, and ne
was Instructed to get nn estimate of
the cost of Iron poles and report as I
soon ns possible. A portion of the I
Boulevard was ordered oiled.
Mr. Boiling reported tnat he had
appointed Irn l.une to succeed former;
Superintendent Daniel K. Craddock. of j
the Hands a-|.| Carts Department, who ]
recently died. Tho appointment was i
The committee also recommended nnl
appropriation or $4.250 for the repair |
of bridges, a number or which, Mr. j
Boiling reported, lrT very bad condl- I
The Motor Boat Metropolis
Whether in search of rest, recrea?
tion, amusement, beauty, instruction
or excitement, the summer seeker
can be perfectly suited in the
Thousand Islands. [
Let Us Plan Your Vacation
Tell-'jis in ..ft general way what you require, the
utixhbbr in your party and the amount of money
you want to spend, and we will propose one
or two trips for your consideration with
rompleto information, and send you a
descriptive folder, "The Thousand
New York Central Linos '
Grand Central Terminal
New York, N. Y.
iear the ChicasoLadies
DAILY?Afternoon and Evening
You will enjoy these concert^ immensely, and you will
be in the coolest park around Richmond.
The very best of Lady Soloists.
Classic and popuiar selections.
Catch a car for the iree comerts.
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
fing Ute Siomaxhs aMBrjweM
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Promotes DigcsHon-Oif e rW
ness and f?st.Contalns neiuw
?mdtii Surjer ?
Aperfecl Remedy forConsHf *
lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrtwca
Wornr, .Corrvalsions .feverish
ness and LOSS OF Sleep.
JF^Simile Signature or
Ex*>- ^ipy of Wrapper.
THE OBNTAUR OOMPAMTi PtCWTORK qi"r?.
Served .in Confederate Army on
Staff of General
(Special toTh?? Tlrne-s-Dlspcvtch.]
Alexandria. Vn.. .luno 17.?The fu?
neral of -Major Eil If. .1 imni'v. inventor
of tho .lanney coupler. -wbi'oh revolu?
tionized th-at part of the rallToad
coupling, supplanting -tha old coupling
pin, whose death occurred last night,
will take phl.es at 4 o'clock to-morro-w
nfternoon from Ms home, 60T Cameron
He Is survived by thr? following chil?
dren : 1 >r. Charles .lanney. Itchert K.
.1 annoy and Miss Nannie H. J annoy.
11? Was eighty yoams old. and had been
an invalid for t be past tlire-e years,
lie was a natVvo of I.oudoiut county.
Va. Major Janni?y served in the Con
feJdera.Ce Army, and was meid? a Held
nuarlerma^iicr on tho stja.IT of froneral
R. 12. J.sc. being' subsequently promote
to the (position Of major. At the close
of the war hn came io this city and
engaged in business, subsequently pat?
enting the coupler now ibesurlng the
name of the "M. C B." coupler, which
was after-ward adopted by all of the
Students Give Final TTop.
rSpt-c.lal to'Die TiTne-s-Dlspa'tch.]
Alexandria, Va., June 17.?The stu?
dents of the l-lp-iscopal Jfig-h School to
niglvt cave the'ir final hop of the sea
Ron in the auditorium of tho Klks'
Horn)'. The affair larg-oly attend?
ed. Among- those In attendance were
a. number of guests from out of tho
(Special to Tho Times-I^spatch.)
Frcderlcksburg, Va.. June 1". -S. B.
Heflin, of Culpeper county, and Miss
I-ula Webb, of Orange county, were
married at the residence nt OrMigc of
Rev. A. ,T, Marlow, who performed the
Keathsvllle. Va.. June 17.?Fleming
Barnes, an old und respected citizen
of this county, died at h's home near
Nokomis Saturday, aged abcut seven?
ty years. He had been In falling
health for some time and the end came |
peacefully. He Is survived by four
sons. William Barnes, of Conn: Fletch?
er, John and Slater, of Nokomis. and
three daughters. Mcsdnmes Yanlnnd.
Ingham. of Nokomis: Dodson. of Baltl
more, and H. C. Itowe. of ffeathsvtlle. I
Funeral of M'llllnin K. Christian.
fk-Jpe-tual to The Times-Oispii lch.]
Alexandria, Va.. .Tun? UT.?The body
of VCill-lnin A. <'hristlun. a former resi?
dent of this city, who died In New
York, was brought h??re to-d-ay and
burled In Ivy Hill Cemetery. Commit?
ment service* were cond-n.-t-ed by Rev.
.1 I.. Allison P. P.. pastor of tn*> Sec?
ond Presbyterian Church. BuTttal in?
made In Ivy HSU Oem?tery. Mr. Chris?
ti am Was a former res/dent of AJex
nndrin a.nd a Nrotho/r of Mrs. P. J. Pcm
sey. of this c-'.ity. He -was sixty-eight
yva rs old.
HarriyoT.'-iuTg, Va.. June TT.?'Ainert
Fva.ns. pos-tcnaster All Mt. .To.-kson.
Shemairdoah county. !s dead. He leaves
his widow, two sons and two daugh?
Ilng-h T>. UlUIninn.
[Special to Tho Tlmes-Plspatoh.I
l.ynehburg, Va., Juno 17.?Hugh P.
Wlldman, aged twenty-nine years,
died suddenly of heart disease at h's
home near T?te Springs Sunday after?
noon. HW body was taken thlR morn
Ins: to his former home nt Borrow
I vllle. Iledford county, for burial.
? BIEWERS?In sad but loving remem?
brance of my husband and our fath?
er. RICH ARD A. SlfiWEHS. who
died tiiree years ago. .Tuns 1R.
wfFF. AND CHII..PREN.
ORB_Pled, recently, after a lingering
Illness, at Montlcello. Jefferson coun?
ty. Fla., MRS. IA;CY IJSNHT ORR
wife of Bev. Robert H. Orr. of the
Presbyterian ministry. Mrs. Orr be
fore her marriage was a resident ol
this city. . ,
"Whv should the spirit llnge:
here that ?s purged for Immortal?
"WJTTKAMP?Died, at her home 'r
Henrlco county. June 17, at 7:15 P
M? MRS. ANNIE HEXiBN CURRAr
Funeral notice later.
In a Garden of Uirla.
"Five Melody .Maid? and a Man"
arc featured as this week's headllners
at the Empire, ami prooably deserve
to be, but these alllteratl vely pro?
grammed young people, attractive aH I
tlielr act undoubtedly is, are com?
pelled to divido popular fuvor wltn
one Ben Smith, who. single-handed
and alone. Is a "knock out'' with the
The maids and tho man play five
pianos?count 'cm ?and play them
well. As In the good old days be?
fore man was but a worm, the man
Is the leader and solo pianist, with
the girl In purple on the right end
?us the audience sees them?a close
second. This lone man in a garden
of girls Is also a sort of singer; not
a very great artist, but he gets by
with his songs. Miss Reaches, the
only girl whose name Is given, sings
as well?that means also. An<l, fur?
thermore, sho Is gowned with a dar?
ing that might I e termed reckless?
ness?It (the gown i certainly verges
on the dangerous.
Ben Smith, a black-face comedian
with a high nasal tenor of tho male
quartet character, tells jokes and
sings. His singing bears htm Into fa
for nnd won him a number of re?
calls at thy first performance.
?George r>ixon is optimistically pro?
grammed as a musical comedian, ami
Fred and Opal Elliott offer "Tne Girl,
tho Rubi and tho Piano," with no
Toomer & Howlns present a skit
which is pleasing, in spite of the
"Down East'' twang of the man.
W. D. U.
I" lr.se 11111 IMeascs.
Inaugurating Its usual season of
summer vaudeville, the Bijou last
niRhi and yesterday afternoon drew
large houses to enjoy a good bill.
Klneinacolor put uro? opened the per?
formance, anil were followed by
Carl Oarrett, Ringing "That Italian
Serenade" In pleasing voice and to
the approval of the audience. Adeline
I'e.Votte. assisted by two young men
with an abundance of hnlr, opened the
bill. The drop which the act carries
Is exceedingly riod to look upon, and
the trio can dance.
John Healy, wbo has handed a hun?
dred laughs t<> ' very person In Rich?
mond who ha* ever been inside a
theatre. Is bask again. Though Just
as funny as ever, his stuff didn't seem
to go ns well ;.s It did when ho wan
, n member of Al Field's Minstrels. It
may have been tne weather, but what?
ever tho cause, trio announcement that
"there will be ... meeting of the mis?
sion at half-past S In the little chapel"
got a very small laugh. I'aul Francos
and Hose DeMni probably scored big?
gest because of their ability. The man
plays the plant and tho woman acts
are eased r.nd cooled by using
Tyrrf? Antiseptic I'owder.
Destroys orT'i-Ue odors: glros lnatant
relief. Delightfully refreshing. A non
polnsonous gir-lcide that dlsanWe. In?
stantly In w.it.-r t'nequaled as a douche.
SEND FOR FREE SAMPLE
1 I KLKLi 3 Powder
3. P. Tjree. Chemist, Washington, D. flL
The Implement Co.,
" RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, "
have just issued a new and
complete Farm Implement
Catalog giving up-to-date in?
formation and prices of
All Farm Implements,
Corn and Cotton Planters,
Wheel and Disk Cultivators,
Dump and Farm Wagons,
Saw and Planing Mills,
Metal and other Roofings,
Buggies, Harness. Saddles.
Barb Wire, Fencing, etc
Our prices are very reason?
able for first-class supplies.
Catalog mailed free on request
Write for it.
The Implement Co.,
1302 E. Main St., Richmond. Va.
und sings. The comblnat'on is alto?
gether pleasing. I'loturoa conclude a.
very pleasant hour's entertainment.
At the Colonial.
The Colonial's ofTorlng this week Is
well iitiovc Hie average. To start
with, the pictures arc unusually good,
thM of the "Charge of the Light Uli
Sude" being n thriller. I.a YVler. who
prolfcrs to the public "the zenith of
aerial achievement." has a very start?
ling trapeze act, in which he seems
to be absolutely indilferent as to
whether he breaks his neck or not.
He Is much moru venturesome up In
the ozone than tho common or garden
variety of aerial performers, who con?
sider a few turns on the bar enough.
Archer and Can- sing well, hut "chat?
ter" not so well. Curr has a first
class voice nnd sings a roundelay of
sentiment that fetches the females of
the species. Archer herself does a
danco with Carr that is worth Feeing.
Leone and Dale, in "A Lesson In
Opera." scored one, as they both have
trained voices and a classy repertoire
of the high-priced songs. They get
off something from "Lucia" In real
Oaruso-Tetruzzlnl style which makes
the l.utin-blooded 'n the audience cast
a tear for home and spaghetti. Leone
does well in the "Toreador" song and
looks the part. Al T.dward. the black?
face minstrel comedian, is a wh dc
show in himself, and makes one for?
get the hot weather and the high
price of cereals. His accordion stunt
kept the house In a roar- in fact, he
is a scream all the way througn, anil
the audience howled in vnln for more.
Max's International Burlesque Crcus
concludes the program, and Is really
a miniature circus. There Is a pony
with three trained dogs riding on his
i>ack as he dashes around the ring,
and a whirling platform which makes
the boohs turn somersaults by way of
departure, and a trick mule which
comes dangerously near hurling some
of its always unsuccessful riders well
over the footlights. There are funny
stunts by the clowns and a bull fight
that makes the hair stand on end The
whole show lias well mixed in It the
elements of humor and entertainment.
Atlantic CitpJ^tiovt^ ^
Parinc and Arkansas Avenue?. Spacious .
grounds adjoin beach and boardwalk. Only
medlum-prlcea hotel where guests may go
from house to surf In bathing attire with-!
nut using streets, which la prohibited. Use j
of b?th houses wlUi attendant to care for i
salts Is free. Running water in rooms.
hYexh and sea ivutrr baths, public and pri?
vate. Special rates $l.eQ and up dutl?; W OO !
to $21.50 weekly. Including choice table, sup- ]
piled from own farm. White service. Or?
chestra. Tennis court* and croquet grounda
between hotel and beach. Booklet mailed j
PAUL C. ROSECRANS.
Half Block Ocean Front.
Always Open. Capacity 60S. FlraprooL
at em Water Baths. Oarage, Bookie*.
Most select location fronting the ocean.
Thoroughly modern. Courteoua aervlce.
Bathrooms with hot and cold, fresh and
sea water attachments, etc. Magnificent
porches overlooking the Boardwalk and
ocean. Orchestra of aololats. Uo'.f privi?
leges. Always open. Illustrated booklet.
XBWLEN HAINF.S COM PA-NT.
BY. THE SEA.
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM.
Atlantic City, N. J.
IN* THE MOUNTAIN?.
A iTRbT-CLASS HOiEX.
F. I.. YOUNG, Oenernl Manager.
Mlchtsran Avenue, near Bruch.
Atlantic City. N. J.
Capacity 250. Every modorn con- !
Venlenoe and comfort. Private bath.'.
Rooms With running water. Kleva- |
tor. 11.50 up dally. Special weekly
n. J. OSBORNF. A SON.
New Hotel Merion
Atlantic City. N. .?.,
Vermont Avc. Unobstructed ocean |
view. Newly built brick. Cuisine un?
surpassed. MACK LATZ Sr. CO.
On the ocean front, Virginia bv.. overlook?
ing famous Steel I'ler. Capacity 600. Special,
Ha.60 up weekly: no eitra charge for hot!
sea water bain*. Elevator, spacious porches, j
private baths. Orrheatra. Auto meets trains.
Booklet. tV'M, IIYSCAN, I*rov.
FRANK M. PHOEBUS. Mgr.
Grand Atlantic Hotel |
Virginia Ave. near Beach nnd Steel Pier.
Open surroundings. Capacity i'OO. Hot and
cold sen water baths. I^ir^e rooms; south
ern exposure. Elevator to street level, I
spacious porches, etc. Special week rates;
S'J.m) up da!:y. Booklet. Coaches meet
trains. COOPER & !.,EEL>.?. i
St. Charles Place and Beach, reo large cool I
rooms; ocean view; private baths; running |
water In rooms; fine porches; elevator,
electric lights, etc. Food nnd service of
the best Very reasonable ra te?
ll. J. DYNES.
HOT El, A BRECON.
Virginia At., near Bench.
ITRrTFROOK?HUI LT OK ?RICK & STONE*
Everything that constitutes ? flrst-claes
hotel. Klevator. private baths, etc.. etc. J-.'.0u
up dally; special weekly rates: booklnt
O. )'. I'AI'NTKn.
Virginia Avenue and Uoarh. Ocenn view.
Oreatly Improved. Cap. 3SC. Private baths,
running water In rooms, elevator, etc.
Music. Special, 112.50 Up weekly; |2.50 up j
dally. Open all the year. Booklet.
Ocean Knd Virginia Ave.
A modern hotel with every convenience;
elevator, private baths, etc. Open lawns
allow plenty of light and air. Ideally lo
rated. Service and table the best. Rates |
S13.S0 up weekly. Booklet.
? W. B. COTTE.W
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J..
Dircctlv on the Ocean Front
New York ave.. First House from Boaeei.
Private Baths. Running Water In Itooms.
BATH! NO ALLOWED FROM HOTEL.
Rates, |2 up Dally; ?10 un Weekly.
COMING TO ATLANTIC CITY?
uENTS POSTAGE SECURES FUtL IN FOR MAT _
OF ATLANTIC CITY, ITS MOTELS, AMUSEMENTS*
[STREETS ETC "OFFICIAL" OUIDF. SENT KREE
IT ??TT tNTQRMATION BUREAU
Wnere there's alyrajs opportunity for enjoy
m?nt. No lack of amusement*, pier*, thea?
tres, new and attrsetlTe features of many
kinds. Free band com-rrta.
Bathing, Boating, Fishing
The finest beach on the New Jene? ros*t.
SVi boardwalk Klne roads for au'otng mid
arl?tng. Ilesutlfiil surrounding country, whh
opportunity for delightful side trios by boil
or mot'Ccnr. Wlldwood has good hotels uy.l
rotiagrs offering e,rry ???. ouim.vlitlon F..r
rasiMr i 1 fer liy tl.e ??, there sre for ic;,t ??)?
toilste cottages, bungalows sud apartment*.
Ixi not seme jour Tsratton olaos until Tot,
WIM-, J"?!* ft?!*0!*'?. ????*<1 COOCf-TDIn?
\Wldnood--tbe test of all aeaahoro rosorts.
Write now for tUusv
trs,t?u booklet. Address
Secretary Hoard of
Wildwood, N. J.
Greenbrier County, West Virginia 1
THE IDEAL SUMMER RESORT
IN THE MOUNTAINS
no puns or mo
QUITUKS. T<a,c mju?
uln al,. Golf. T'sntt. Motor
Int. rm.or. Plshlai Magtla tnt
S-onnlng I-ool. Kvrry Mr.I'ra _, .
CoovittiiT. Simt mir.ir.n.t,l Jf
as llotel Chareb??*. < ltd Vol?t. '
rot Information iddrcstt
GEORGE F. ADAMS. MM&
Whito Sulphur. W. V?.
Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs
and Uaths oper.s June 1. Elevation
-.150 foet Cures nervous prostration,
dyttpfpnla. kidney disorders, malaria,
rheumatic and skin troubles and female
lrregulxrltlce. Clears and beautifies |
the oomplexlon. Writ* for booklet.
M. C. THOMAS.
Crockett Sarlncs, Vm.
The Blue Mountain House
In The Jlrnrt of The Blue Illdge.
Dluvatlon tnvo thousand foet. <>\ ertooklnic |
the beautiful Cumberland n:id Shenandoah I
Valleys. fool, hra< Ihr atmo-pher?. All
amusements, Oroheatrs, dancing, tennis,
ttowiina all? j ?. pool, suddut liorses, etc.
Capacity ?00 lUilaa IU.00 per, wet k and up.
Mesei-iptlve booklet on application \r, BONO
4^ ' 11 ?BONTS. Props.. P'-io juv.u;-ii'.n, M i
O'H \lt \ IHM Ml.
I.rilnKtnu, >. V.
AoconvmodO'tos US. Situated among
trie highest. eleAtaltona of the*e famous
mountains, in the vor.- corr?rb "f
principal T>oints nt interest. Tennis,
borvllng. -b*.l I'.ards. boating, bathing.
Hook le ts.
n. O'Hara'a Son.
Ma i. a fror.
Ocean City, Md.
Capacity 600. Open? Juno 29th under
the general management of A. Stanley
Stanford, of Devon Inn, Devon, Pehna.,
and Doer Park Hotel', Md. Excellent ser?
vice and reasonable rate.-.
Wn ynesboro. Vu.
This cool and delightful auTrwnictr re?
sort Is now opon for guests. For hates,
MRS. W. A. WILLTAiMS. .
MKS. E. A. ROBINSON.
The Gladstone |
NARRAGAN3ETT PIER, It. I.
Opea Jnae. 1911.
Large modern hotel, overlooking the
ocean; accommodates 350 guests; sur?
rounded by beautiful shade trees and
equipped -with every convenience that
modern lUJWiry can suggest. Splendid
beach, bathing. Asking, polo, tennis,
golf, suport> drives. Write for literature, i
ANDREW RA DEI,', A. L SMITH, ;
Units t Manager. I
12-14 Bast Ninth Street (near Fifth
Avenuet, N*tv Vork. Rooms and board,
$1.50 per day; $S p?r week. Centrally
located. Excellent table.
At Lake Sunapee.
The ideal place to spend your summer
vacation. Fcr booklets address ROY V
EAR , Sunapee, X. H.
Famou.? Chalybeate, Magnesia and
Sulphur Waters. 2,00.1 feet elevation.
Climate delightful. Opens Juno 15.
Until June 8 address X. W. B?LLING.
L'17 Hanover Street, Anno-polls. Md.
Tilth Season Under 5?rne Management
Opens June 22"? Capacity 600.
VWHje for Literature] John R DoykHanaper.;
One of Atlantic City's Largest anil Leading I
On Ocean front. Close to all attractions,
capacity 1,000. The location, largo rooms1
nnd open surroundings have ostabllahod
Ibis as the most comfortable hotel for the
hummer. All bntba supplied with Sea and
Kresh water; running water In truest rooms',
spacious promenade verandas overlook the
famous Boardwalk. Orchestra. Hlfth-alass
Hcslaurant. American and European nlans.
A. S. KUKETSEn, Mgr.
JOEL HILLMAN. Pres.
Is one round of pleasures.
For those who-like surf bath?
ing there is the finest and
safestlbathing-on the Atlantic:
For those who like dancing
there is a specially construct?
ed double deck pavillion,
For those who prefer boat?
ing, fishinq, riding or any of
the outdoor sports there is
every facility for enjoyment.
You should spend your
vacation at Ocean View this
The hotels are good. You'll
enjoy every minute.
Low excursion rates from
Wnrhapre*,gur. K. S. Ylnglnla.
IDEAL SUMMER RESORT
Special Rates to Families, Hous
Parties and Clubs
Reasonably Low July and August.
HomrI.lt- comforts. ad\ani:i ?es of o:ean.
*>ays, rhady lawn, beuutlfui sandy beach;
? \ client turf bathing. best boating ami
nar.lng. hot, cold and ri'.i batlia; large
rocker?; awing chalra. tennis; free bowl?
ing and pool; rreah ?ea food- (milk, vege?
tables, chickens from our own farm); spe?
cial boat and auto rate?. Send for space
booklet, A. II. <; MEAR8, U a'-hapr, ague,
Pulaski Alum Springs
Open June 1st.
Situated in Pulaski county, Va., 2/vyj
feet above sea level, amidst the Allc
ghany Mountains. Climate invigorating;
irec from malaria. Modern hotel. Tables
supplied from our own gardens. Pulaski
alum water contains marvelous curative
powers. Beneficial in more different dis?
eases than any other water in the State.
All sports, such ar> dancing, bowling, ten?
nis, croquet, fishing, boating and bathing
I RFF to our guests. Write for full in
formation and rates. Water shipped at
lall season;. K. (.'. GRAHAM, Manager,
The Virginia Bay
OCEAN VIEW. VA.
Season 1912: June 16 to September 1.
Sixth season under same manage?
ment. Most popular .Summer Jlotel en
the Virginia coast. Entire buildings.
Including bath houses, liav b;en thor?
oughly overhauled, renovated nnd re
palnted throughout; A system of hot
and cold water Lathis have been ln
stalled. Sea food specialties *?!. pre?
pared and nicely served at each meul.
Kor reasonable rates arid other lnfor-.
ma lion, write
JOHN A. TITKEII,
Buena Vista Spring Hotel
In the Rlue Rldge. Franklin Co., Fa.
?.C0o feet above sea level. Cool, bracing.
Superb Scenery. Fine Drives. Pure .-pring
Wader, Large garage. Modern equipment,
Opens for Reason June 15, 1912.
Same efficient in.-inagr ment as last year.
ROOMS, sins:,, or rn auite. with private
bath, now booking.
For chart, terms nnd booklet address
THOMAS T. PERKINS.
Buena Vista, Franklin Co.. Pa.
.reopens May 1 for the season 1912.
For terms, until May 1, address
MISS C. V. BOLTSII.
705 Botetourt Apartments, Norfolk, Va,
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. VA.
Maths now open. Mineral water for rheu?
matism, gout, sciatica, dyspepsia, etc.
Ucripsn physicians pronounce waters equal
to Carlsbad, send for booklet.
On-hestra after June 15. Dancing
i every evening.
Old Sweet Springs, West Va
In the. "Switzerland of America."
Elevation, 2,200 feet. Climato unsur?
MODERN IN APPOINTMENTS.
" Now management. Everything first-*
class. Amusements varied and attrac?
tive. Golf a ' specialty. Automobils
service. Open June 15. Booklet.
_W. P. PAXTON. Mnnnger.
Blue Ridge Springs, Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN. Prop.,