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Justice Probably Will Actin Case
of Labor Leaders on
Washington. June 15.?Formal orders
adjudging Samuel Gomipers, John]
Mflleheil and Frank Morrison, labor j
leaders, in contempt of court will prob. [
ably be signed next Friday by Justice |
Wright, of the Supremo Court of Hie 1
District of Columbia. At the same time
a number of Interlocutory motions will !
be disposed of and the record completed I
on which counsel for the labor men j
will base their appeal from contempt |
Attorney Jackson II. Ilalston will
fnirr with the "committee <-f prose?
cutors" concerning the necessity of
summoning John Mitchell front his leer
ture tour In the West to boair the sen- j
tence of court pron uinced against him. t
3t is considered likely that counsel will J
.??srrre to have the sentence passed in I
the absence of the vlcc-pre>;,|ervt of I
the American Federation of Labor, in
'?rdf-r that the thr o appeals may be
prosecuted at the same time.
Justice Wright intimated yesterday
that he had no disposition to embarrass
Mr. Mitchell by renUlTtng his presence
for senteri'-e. if counsel request that
sentence be passed in the absence of
Mitchell, and the committee l' satis?
fied of the right of the eourr to ,|o so.
Justice Wright strongly Intimated that
he would acquiesce In the r'quesL The
rourt pointed out that th^re la prere
dent for the T>ae.sing of sentence in the
absence of one adjudged guilty of con
death or alma-tadema.
Celebrated rainier of Creek ?nd Roman
Life Paktes Ann., |n Cernmnj.
Wiesbaden Germany, June is,?sir Lau?
rence Alms-Tadema, th? famous palntor.
died here night Ho had been suffer.
.11* from uicerstlon' of the sto:narh and
undersolns Ihe cure. l!e na, in his
I'ninler of (.reek and Itnmnn Life.
Sir Laurence Alma-Tadema was "tie of
the most Celebrated painters of the day.
bis pictures of Oreeic ?->?! Unman l!'e hat -
l^g tetde fame and popularity, ?-lr Lau?
rence km a native of Holland, having
been born In Orotlrup, January ?. 1U4, iho I
??n of Peter Tadema. a notarj Ute was'
edu*-at?-d at the omnatliim at Leeuwarden, I
? r.d later studied nrt nt the Royal Aead-j
erny Ir, Antwerp Fur many >ears. however,
be resided In England, and ll was by Oreat
Britain's ruler that he whs knl'M-d His ;
home In London was In the quarter known
hs -ct. John's Wood, and was frequently
? lidded to as the most beautiful house lit
ll. made a specialty of classical subtexts
Snd rendered detail with exquisite accu?
racy! Particularly was he renowned as a
painter of marble. rendering Interiors
'wrought In this material with wonderful
Among his most celebrated c.mvases sre
?"a Inadine from Homer." "Caracalta, ,
?'.Sappho." "Tiie Triumph of Titus" "My
Sister Is Not nt Home." the last three :n
the Walters OallelT. Baltimore; "The Flnd
Irjr of Moses" "Spring." and "Unconscious
jltlva ?." RIs second wife, who died three
" ?. .-? age. was a Miss Epns of England,
who was herself an accomplished artist. Of
their two daughters, both of whom are still I
living, one Is also a painter of repute
He received gold medals 'or his p.tinlir.gs
from most of de lea/llug academies of Eu?
rope and wsa decorated with met of the
mi1i1t1m. t>F HAIlJtOAD MEN.
< onslder Huesllon of lliport Cotton
nod Method of Handling,
Atlanta, lia., June 2i.?The question
r.f export cotton and the method nf
handl tig to be employed tills year In
cohnei tlon with steamship lines, was
discussed at a meeting o: representa?
tives of Southern railroads here to?
day. Another session will be held to?
morrow. Among the lines ropfesentud
are the Illinois Central. Southern, St.
Louis and Pan Francisco. Atlantic
? -*ist Line. Georgia, Central of Geor?
gia LoulSvllli and Nashville and Gulf
and Bhlp Island?, r. H HIr.ton. chair?
man of the Southeastern Freight As?
sociation, is presiding
WILL COXVKXK TO-DAY.
Crnrciy Lawmaker" Arriving Tor open?
ing, of Lrnernl Asmeml.ly.
Atlanta. Oa.. Juno 26.?Lawmakers
from all parts of the Htate gathered
[here to-night for the opening of the
?General Assembly to-morrow morn?
ing at 10 o'clock. T ?? organization
of both houses hating been completed
at the special session last January,
called for the inauguration of Gover?
nor Joseph m Brown, little time will
ho lost before tho legislature gets
down to tho regular grind of the flf
Gossip among the members on tbe
ground Indicates that tho "Tlppcns
bill," proposing to malt?- tho State
prohibition laws nmn. drustlc by e'U
tlnu down to one-half of I prr cent,
tlio amount of alcohol in any and ail
beverages permitted to he sold in tho
State, "will be the earliest nutu of the
season, and ono of the most Import?
LOAN REJECTED BY CHINA
will Seek fund with X? String At?
tached?C'hflng ChOM Threatened.
Washington, .lutie 23.?China has
rejected the loan proposed by the In?
ternational banking group, as well a*
the scheme for lite foreign adminis?
tration of tho .salt monopoly, it is
believed this action was taken be?
cause of the provision In tl.o loan
agreement for foreign supervision and
control of the loan It Is not known
what the next stop will be. bul there
Is some apprehension that the Chi?
nese government may attempt to ob?
tain funds from some of the other
Kuropenn nations not party to the
Four Chinese cabinet officers, mem?
bers of the Tfitis Shno-yi jurt;.. have
tendered their resignations, but they
have not been accepti <i These mln
It.ter? ar- all from the south of China,
and demanded complete control it,
their respective departments,
Clly of Chants Chow Tbreatet'/d.
Amoy, China. Jun?; 25.?A force of
4.100 Chinese counter-revolutionists Is
reported to-day to be occupying a j
strong position in the mountains along
the North Illver, aboul fifty miles
from this city, and to be threatening I
the <Ity of Chang Chow.
EXPBItT ANALYSIS OltDISRBD. j
rtnle l-lxperta Will -ukr Iteport on
Southern Clusnlflcatlou >?>. III).
Atlantu. Ob., June 25.?An expert]
analysis, of the Southern Classification
No. .1?, which makes numerous In- j
rrcaF's In freight rates In Southern I
territory, and which aroused a storm j
of protest from railroad commissions'
and trade bodies, will be made at!
once. This derision was reached to- j
day by the steering committee named
at the conference of railroad com?
missioners Here June 3 The analysis
will be made under the direction of
J. T. Slatter. manager of the Bir- :
sningriatn Freight utrcau. He will bei
assisted by rate experts from the
fleorgia and Klorida railroad com?
missions, and the Atlanta, Richmond.
New Orleans and Birmingham Freight
Bureau. A report on the work will j
be mad* to a meeting of the steer- I
Ing committee to be held July 12 at
COMPLAINS OP JENNINGS.
President Navln DlsaatUncd with
Management of Detroit llnll Club.
Detroit, June 25.?t'nless the Detroit
baseball club takes a big brace and
makes a much better showing for tho
rcmatndei of the season than It has
done so far It is almost certain that
this will be the last year of the
Jennings regime here.
President Navin, himself a baseball
fan, who understand the intricate In?
side plays, says. "I am not at all sat?
isfied with the way tilings are golnj;
on In the club.
"Jennings seems to have lost his
hold on the men. They seem to have
no confidence in his judgment. Our
pitchers have been handled poorly, and
the club lus shown little science; In
fact, under Jennings-, we always have
won our games by the hitting ability
of the players rather than by any
strategy. As Jennings has a contract
for this year, we shall not make any
change right now and want to give
,111111 another chance.
"I have refrained from Interfering
with Jennings up to date, because I
think a club's president merely hamp?
ers a manager when he tries to sug?
gest things. If some improvement Is
I not shown, however. 1 may have to
exert myself and insist on some of my
Ideas being carried out. I have re?
ceived many letters from fans enm
| plaining of .lennlngs's inefficiency, but
have always tried to support him."
[ At Greensboro: Greensboro. 4,
At Anderson: Anderson. 0; W'r.ston
I Salem. 7 (six Innings, rain).
At Pock lit!!. S. C: Charlotte, 5:
Filled to the brim with
%^^^S^2A^l$^M^ water nowadays.
X??/1!!^^ Bring back the old days with
a glass of
It makes one think of everything that's pure
and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark?
ling, teeming with palate joy?it's your soda,
fountain old oaken bucket.
Delicious ? Refreshing
Demand the Genuine
as made by
THE COCA-COLA CO., Atlanta, Ga.
you see an
p*?.*?*? Our new booklet, telling
* icc 0t Cora-Cola vindication
at Chattanooga, for the asJung.
IClothes Buyers j
that arc critical judges of style and value will be wholly satis?
fied with the excellent suit offerings assembled for to-day's
$12.50 and $15.00
Good All-Wool Suits in blue serges, tans, browns, blacks r
and grays. All of them Burk-Tailored, and our guarantee for B
your whole satisfaction goes with every one of them.
At $18.00 and $20.00
Particularly strong values for to-day's selling: worth one
I iourth to one-third more. Fine clothes from our manuiac
auring plant's "surplus yardage." Newest 1912 models, colors,
fabrics, plenty of blacks and blues. Sizes to fit all. The fit
ting of irregular built men a specialty here.
All Wool Trousers, $3.00
Flannels, cheviots, cassimeres, cheviots in medium and light I
colors, made with cuff or convertible bottoms. Vaiues $4 and j
BURK & COMPANY,
MAIN AND EIGHTH STREETS.
?MB.I HUI.HIHI 11 HI ? IIIHIillMMinKiHi^ ^
AN AMERICAN WINS !
FIRST HALF PRIZE RACEi
Speed Exceeds Seventy-Six!
Miles an Hour in Contest at
Dieppe. France, June 25.?Davis j
Bruce-Brown, of New York, won the j
first half of the automobile giand prize
race which started here at dawn thin |
morning. He was. however, not rep
reaenting the i'nlted States, but was
driving an Italian Flat machine. He
completed the ten laps (a distance of j
'.'?> kilometers, or about 4;,3 milts .'. ]-?_' i
nge) composing the first day'a
program, In t> hours .'!< minutes 3S sec
Boilot, dritlng a French Leon Peu?
geot mat bine. was second, only about
two minutes behind, his time being 6
bouts. 38 minutes 40 seconds.
Hundreds of American citizens and
Italian:* swarmed around Bruce-Brown
al t:;. fin ah tape to congratulate him.
His best lap. about forty-six miles,
was made in 37 minutes IS seconds.
His hourly average was TO miles "1-2
Machinist Instantly Killed,
The start of the French automobile
grand prize race, which had not been
competed for since 1PO-. was marred |
by an accident this morning. Collinet,
who was piloting ?< Gregolro machine, i
when trying to pas? a competitor on !
the course, shot up into the air and
caps'zod, his mechanician. Bessagnara.
being instantly k lied an?l Colllriet
himself seriously Injured.
Forty-seven automobiles started In
tiie race at dawn. Wing dispatched at |
Intervals of a minute The course Is
a triangular one of TT Kilometers (about
forty*slx miles), or which the corners
are at the towns of En. Londtnlcres
and Dieppe. The competitors must
cover the. course twenty times, com?
pleting ten laps to-day and ten to?
morrow. The total distance Is 1,540
kilometers (about 901 miles 1 fur?
Witnessed by Immense Crowd.
An Immense crowd gathered at the
start, special trains having been run
from all parts of Kurope. Tho course
is guarded by over 3.000 soldiers, who
:. re stationed at Intervals to prevent
the public trespassing and running
One of the entries from the Culled
States, a Ford machine, was withdrawn
at the last moment. The countries rep?
resented in the r.ice are France. Eng?
land, Italy. Germany and Belgium.
At the end of the seventh lap David
Bruce-Brown, of New York, was lead
ling, followed by LOUlt Wagner, Iloilot,
Posta and Rlgal.
WITH AYERS IN BOX
COLTS DEFEAT TARS
Rlebmond, Hi .Norfolk.
Petersburg, lit Itouuoke, - trlcven
.Newport \pr >, Portsmouth. 4.
STAXDIXfi OF THE GI.L'BS.
< lub. Won. Lout. P.C. Vr?r
['rtrrrlmre ... 30 .?43 .-41? I
Rnnnnk? . . .'t:t ,58B
Port*mouth . . .to ?-?:t .5641
Richmond .... -4 ??"??? .SS8
Norfolk . ::n -jt .r.'jo .r.n:t
Newport; Vemi. 2fl -*?? .481 ....
WHERE THBi PLAY TO-n\Y.
Itlehmond nl Norfolk. ?!
Portamontb nt Newport Neves,
Ttoannkc nt Prtfrntmrs.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Norfolk. Va., .Tune 2.V?Joe Plnneran
lost hie came to-day by presenting a
base on halls to Burke in the sixth in
LEAD IN LEAGUE
[Spi . ial to The Times-Dispatch.]
Bristol. Va., June 25.?'Tied" Mun- I
son, the erstwhile Cincinnati ball
player, now manager of the B'lstoi
[team of the Appalachian League,
"Utilities to produce results In thi/
league. From the opening of tue
season ho has kept Ills team at the
top of the percentage column, end,
judging frMu players he has Ce
sloped, he has a line chance of keep
illg in the lead.
Jl in Indeed surprising the hittn
standard of players that this mlno,
lengue has devcloned. F.ncli of the
I sis teams. Bristol. Johnson City, Hov
ristown ami Cleveland. Tenn . nu.il
Ashcvllle, N. C, lias developed speedy
In the Bristol team Ctlllop, the young
southpaw, is shining particularly as
jn pitcher. He has sliown himself up
to a high standard In playing his po?
sition, having developed not only as
a twlrler, but in lloldinjr |iis posi?
tion and in holding the base runners
in tin1 hollow of his hand, as It were.
It will not ho surprising, If Cull.ip
goes as ho has gone until the end
of the season, if he brings a fabulous
price for n minor leaguer. Me is a
Virginia boy, his home being ?\ Chl'.
howlc, In Smyth county.
Another exceptionally strong play?
er is .'loan, who has .lot onlv been a
?Stop slupc;nr, standing at the head
the percentage column as a bat
t'-.. btlt has developed Speed and skill
a fielder and safety uf r base
runner. Others might be mentioned
as highly deserving, out these Mand
at the top. Walker, n young Alaba?
ma man. with n blaek?mi:h e-m, has
shown tremendous spoe.l as a> twlrler,
(and has been winning nis games with
regularity, although it: is not yet
Norfolk Man* nevelle.
Norfolk, Vs., Jun< 35??"Sidna Alien'*
W'oodt, pitcher, was re|.?a*e,1 by tlie ninil
aKrmeni of the' Norfolk club to-day,
'?Dutch ' Rc\clio has been signed to lake
I his pi aos.
Hing. Me score-1 on a single to centre,
after stealing second Flnneran up to
this time had all the host of the contest,
and the Tars were beginning to And i
Aycrs. The score:
A.B. n. H. O. A. !".:
Onflln. :b. .1 l o 2 4 0
Graff, .lb.3 e- i ; 2 0
Flournoy, cf.3 l i l 1 o
Rurke. if. 3 10 10
Raley, lb. 4 0 2 10 0
Tttman, if. 4 0 l l 0
McComas, sf. 4 0 (> 2 I
Mace, c. 3 (' 1 7
Ayers, p. 4 *"> o l ?>
r, "7 10 0
a.h r. h. o. a r:.
Podge, r.b. 3
Keller. 2b. 4
Klrcher, If..-. 4
lllnton. ;-!=. 4
Rig-Mo, lb. 4
Staub, cf. 4
l.usky. c. 3
Gsston, rf. 3
Flnneran, p. 3
Totals .32 2 6 27 13
Score by innings: B.
Richmond . cononieO n?3
Norfolk . 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Snnimary: Two-base hits?Mace.
Staub. Stolen bases?Flournoy, Raley,
1 lo.ige (3), Keller. Sacrifice hits?i
Graff, Flournoy. Rase on balls?off
Avers. 1: off Finneran. 2. Left on
bases?Richmond, fi: Norfolk. I. Hit
by pitched balls?by Flnneran. 1 (Mace).
Struck out?by Ayers, 7: by Flnneran, ''?
Time of game. 1:32. l.'mplre. McBrlde.
Drop Over to
Each afternoon or night thi:
work and hear the
You will enjoy it. Con?
certs twite each day arc ab?
solutely free to all. Many
other pleasing attractions.
BEC FOR RELEASE
(Special Cable '-o The Times-Dispatch.l
i London. June 26.?A remarkable
scene occurred In the Mouse of Com?
mons to-day when Premier Asquith
was interrogated oil the treatment of
ii<<- suffragettes at Hol Iowa y Jail. Lord
Hugh Cecil and Tim Mealy appealed to
Mr. Asquith to release the Imprisoned
suffragettes Immediately Instead of
Tlio Premier offered to relenso theni
if they gave the undertaking r.sketl for
'?by the Home Secretary. Thereupon.
Mr. Lansbury Laborltc, jumped up and.
"Asqullh's reply Is disgraceful. He
knows they couldn't give the under?
A perfect din reigned within the I
House, with members shouting for
otder. Lansbury took no notice, and
continued, standing close to Asquith.
sir Augustine Blrrell said:
j "You rail yourselves gentlemen, yet
forcibly feed end murder women In
this fashion, tt Is the most disgrace?
ful thing that, has happened In Ehtgllsh
history. You'll iro down to posterity as
murderers of Innocent women."
The Speaker finally made hlm?olf
heard, and ordered Lansbury to quit
Three suffragette? who wore waiting
In n hall at the st. Stephens entrance
to the Mouse of Commons smashed one \
panel of n door and several panes of I
glass. They were arrested.
GERMAN CREDITORS PAID
I'. S. Connal-Ceneral skinner I".flcr-ti
Hamburg, Germany, June 25.?Rob- 1
ert P Skinner. United States consul- ',
general, acting on behalf of Liberia, ef- I
letted to-day an arrangement with the
German creditors of that country on |
which the success of the recent flnan- j
< lal reorganisation depends.
The German creditors were paid in
new Liberia .". per cents. accepting
them :it substantially the same rate
at which they were Issued to the
flrltinrir; eitp lAtdort?
from all public rooms
and many guest
?paHlltla. Op.600. Alwsy,open
ggii^f^S WALTER J. BUZBY
nv THE SEA.
IIOTKI. AM? SANATOniTM.
Atlantic City, N. J.
l\ THE >IOl XTAIXS.
\ l-IHhT-CLASS HOiEI..
F. L. VOUXC, ticnernl MitnnErr.
Grand Atlantic Hotel
I Virginia Ave. near Urach an?! Steel Pier.
1 Opi ll surroundings. Capacity 500. Hot ?r.l
cold sea water baths. Largo roomi; ?outh
I ern exposure. Elevator l" ?treel level.
I spacious porches, ett. Sprcl.il werk ratet;
I lip daily. Bookin. Coach?! meet
trains. COOPER .v. hHKDi.
Best Moderate Rate Hotol
And Fireproof Annex. Tenn. er., near Reach
central; caiiartty 4?); opposite Prot, and Cath
( hurrhes : running water in room* ; private biitht ?
excellent table: vegetable*from own farm: white
ISS^aJL* in "k''r: fl.?O to *.?..-,o
d'lj. BkU. Special rate.-. R. ?. I.udy. M.Ii.
One of Atlantic City's I.,irjr?t and Leading
tin Ocean front. Close to all attractions.
Capacity 1,000, The location, large rooms
nnd open surroundlnus have established
tnis as tne mom comfortable hotel .'or th?
Hummsr. All hatha supplied with Sea and
Kresh water; running water In curst rooms.
Spacious promenade verandas overlook the
lamous Boardwalk. Orchestra. High-class
Hestaurant. American anil European plans.
A. S. KUKEVSER, Mgr.
JciKL. If II.i.Man', I'rea.
f>t. Charles Plnre and Urach. 500 large root
rooms; ncan view; private baths; running
water In rooms: tin'' perches; elevator:
electric lights, etc. Food and service of
the best. Very reasonable rates.
I II. J. DYNES.
Virginia Av.. near Bench.
FOfcBPROOF?BUILT Of BRICK A STONB,
Everything thut < lonitttutci ,< flrst-itlass
hotel. Mlixaior. private baths, etc.. etc. I2.M
I up dailv; special weekly rates: booklet.
O. D. PA INTER.
Tennessee Ave., third bouse from beach
and pier; family hotel: private baths, ocean
view, elevator, line porches. iiom? cooking/;
special low early season rates.
J. ii. MITCHELL
Most select location fronting the ocean.
Thoroughly molern. Courts >us service.
Bathrooms With hot and cold, fresh and
sea water attachments, etc. Magnificent
porches overlooking the Boardwalk and
ocean. Orchestra of soloists. lio;f prlvl
I leges. Always open. Illustrated booklst.
NI5WL.IN HAINES COMPANY.
On the ocean front. Virginia av . overlook?
ing famous sterl Pier. Capacity ?01. Special.
MC.60 up weekly; no extra charge for hot
sea water baths. Elevator, spacious porches,
private bath*. Orchestra. Auto meets trains.
Uooklst. tV.1l. IIY.MAN. I'roy.
FRANK if. PIIOEUVS. M?r.
New Hotel Merlon
Atlantic City, X. J.,
Vermont Ave. Unobstructed ocean
view. Newlv built brick. Cuisine un?
surpassed. MACK LATZ * CO.
COMING TO ATLANTIC CITY?
AGENTS POSTAGE oLOUKk? rULL InrUHMAl IUN
mjof ATLANTIC CITY.IT6 HOTELS, AMUSEMCNTS,
/?STREETS ETC, "OFFICIAL" QUIOP. SENT TMAEsL
THE IDEAL SHORE RESORT HOTEL OVERLOOKING THE SR A
J. A. S HER RAR D, Proprietor:
also Proprietor The Louisbur?, Bar Harbor, Maine.
The popularity of this resort is due to the natural beauties, the e,ond taste shown
in all <lep irtmrnts, the cuisine, which i-> confessedly superior and unsurpassed, and
the attentive and intelligent service throughout. The hotel and cottage rooms have
that comfortable and homelike semblance not often found in a resort hotel.
Every outdoor and indoor amusement. Best bathing beach in Xcw England. Morn
ing and evening concerts by soloists from the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Summer in the Beautiful Sapphire Country
THE U.ND OF THE SKY.
.Streams are teeming with fighting U?Ii?rainbow trout?speckled trout?
genuine brook trout ? quick, strong, gatney fellows that give you a
rousing buttle and make you real- Iza that you've had fan.
Lake Falrneld, surrounded by mountains from 3.000 to 1.O00 feet high, is
Unmatched for natural beauty. An Ideal spot for your summer outing.
Four miles shore line. Boating. Bathing. Horseback Riding. Tennis.
Bowling. I'ancing. Orcr.estra.
HOTEL NOW OPEN?Accommodations modern In every respect. Cuisine
and service first-class. Rates moderate. ,
PRIVATE TELEfJRAPH WIRE DIRECT TO HOTEL. Special rates for
dune and September For detailed information, apply to any ticket agent
of the Southern Railway, or write dire, t to
H. It. ROBERTSON. PROPRIETOR. FAIRPIBLD INN SAPPHIRE, N. C.
Spend your vacation?
vour week ends?your
You will be delighted
with the place -its round
of pleasures and outdoor
The resort when- land
and sea blend their
Where, thrr^'a iiwajb opportunity for eniiT
mrnt. No lark of amunement*. rlen*. th -;: -
trrn. new and attrartirt? feature* of nauT-'
kind*. Ft"W band couccris.
Bathing, Boating. Fishing
The finest hea-*h ?n thf* N>w Jersey COaSt
New boardwalk Pine road? for autofnC nit I
drtTine. Rennt i ful sirr round Ini count n. n i th
opportunity for delightful aide trlpa of Imhi
or motorcar. Wild wood h.ts good hotrl* .inj
cottage*. nfTerlnc rn-ry accommodation, For
fana.lv life b.r the n?*a there are for rent up
to-date cottJMMS. bungalows and .ip.irt nwnt*.
Do not eertle ?our vacation Plans until ton
have bcdNM thoroughly poitml con emiok
Wildrrond?the best of all aea?*bore resnrti.
Write now for lllu>
trated booklet. Addrefs
Wlldwood, N. J.
Old Sweet Springs, West Va
Tri the "Switzerland of America."
Klcvatlon. 2,^00 feet. Cllmsrte unsur?
MODERN IN APPOINTMENTS.
N?w management Everything iirst
class. Amusements varied and attrac?
tive. Golf a specialty. Automobile
service. Open June Booklet.
W. I>. PAXTON. Mannaer. _
The Blue Mountain House
In The Heart of The Hole Ridge.
Elevation two thnu?and feet. Overlooking
ib.. beautiful Cumberland and Shenandoah
Valley?. Cool, bracing atmosphere. All
amusements. Orchestra, dancing, tennis,
howling alleys, pool. paddle horses, etc.
Capacity 500, ItateS |1S.?0 per week and up.
Descriptive booklet on application to BOND
g, Q1I1BONS, Props., nine Mountain, Md.
Atlantic ?itp. ixr?ort?
l'arinc und Arknntas Avenues. .Spacious
ground* niljnln beach and boardwalk. Only
medium-priced hotel where guests may go
from hen** to Kiiif in bathing nulre with?
out using street*, which Is prohibited. Cse
of bStll houses tvlth attendant to cure fur
Miii? i? free. Running water in room*.
Pro.lt nnd *>en witter liaths. pulillc nnd pri?
vate. Special rale* |1!M and up dally j JS.OO
to $31.60 weekly. Including choice table, ?ap?
plied from own fiirtn. White service. Or
?nestra. Tennis courts and croquet grounds
r>etween hotel and beach. Booklet mailed
P?HL 0. ROSECRANS.
HOTEL MAJESTIC. Virginia av and
flesch; renovated thro\Lghout: centre, of
[traction*; ocean view, capacity WO; ele?
ctor; private baths: white servil.*, etc ;
supfllAr table, special $la up weekly; II
up dsl'.j . booklet. M. A. SMITH.
Ocean End Virginia Ase.
A modern hotel with every convenience;
elevator, private baths, etc. Op?n lawns
aliow plonty of light and air. Ideally lo
catod. Service and table the best. Rates
(".SO up weekly. Booklet.
\7. B. COTTBN.
Virginia A venu? and Uesen. Ocean view.
[ oreat'.y Improved. Cap. 35C Private Satha.
running water In rooms. elevator, etc.
Music. spe,-:.n. |U50 up weekly: |:.? up
dally. Open all rba year. Booklet.
Among the Blue Ridge Mts.,'
you get a high-grade summer resort
and the advantage of a summer
chautauqua for what you would pay
for either alone elsewhere.
In addition to the advantages of a high
grade summer resort, at once accessible
yet removed from the heat and rush of the
crowded centres, in addition to the mag
llinccnt scenery, the wonderful summc
climate, the beautiful building and rcstfulr
haded grounds on their lofty plateau.,
swept by invigorating mountain breezes,
"COOL HEIGHTS" offers you and your
family FREE the unique privilege of
the summer chautauqua of the So?
ciety for the Advancement of Social
Education, with its inspiring lecturers,
its special ceremonies, its high-grade
musical and dramatic, events, its pilgrim?
ages to historic places and natural won?
der-, and, above all, the society of a won
deriul body of men and women?the lead?
ers in public affairs, in education, in the
professional, business, social and civic life
of the entire South. Rates, including all
general meeting- and special events of the
chautauqua, ten to fourteen dollars per
week. [*or reservation and further par?
ticulars write or wire Manager "Cool
Heights," Buena Vista, Va.
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA
This famous resort with the molt de?
lightful bath in Amorica is r.ow open for
guests. Write for rstes and information.
Mrs. John I? Eubank, Wann Springs. Vs.
The Haynes Cottage
Formerly Grand View Cottage Dircctlj
on the water front. Terms reasonable.
MRS. f. T. HAYNES. FroD. .
THE POCAHOXTAS COTTAGE,
Virginia neaeh, Vn.
Will reopen May 15 for the season
1911 under new management For
terms, etc., address
MRS. A. n. WILLIAMS.
Sweet Chalybeate Springs
SWEET CHALYBEATE, VA.
I p in the Allegheny Mountains, 23M feet
above the sea level. Klegoant Swimming
Pools. Coo; eights, Beautiful Mountain
Scenery. Water supply, Iron and carbonated,
of superior medical quality. Write for book?
let. . B. F. RAltr.K. Manager.
Sweet Chalybeate. Vs.
The Sayre Cottage
III CK ROE BEACH, VA.
I? now eipcn for the xeceptlon of
ffttf?ts. The accommodations arc grood
and the rates as rcastfaaibla as is con?
sistent with B?od service. The man?
agement will take pleasure in doing;
e\.ythlng possible to make your visit
pleasant and profitable to you. Ad?
dress for terms, etc.,
THE SAYRE COTTAGE,
lluckroe Reach. Va.
Hotel and Springs
Homelike summer resort in the moun?
tains of Virginia. Magnesia, Lithia and
Sulphur Water. Terms moderate. Write
lor booklet. J. P. DAVIS, Manager,
Rockbridee Baths. Va.
IvAVMUt LITHIA SPRIXO.
The ideal place to spend the Hot sum?
mer mouths Two inile.s from Staunten,
Va. Large, nlrv rooms; baths: vegre
tabli s i;?1 fruits for table srrown on
place. koo.I milk and butter.
For further particulars and ratis
Ii. II. Webb. Manager
R F D No. ' St.mm >n. Vs.
At Lake Sunapce.
The ideal place to sprnd your summer
vacation. Ter booklets address ROY P
EAR . Sunapce ,N. H.
Blue Ridge Springs, Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.