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DECREASE IN BUILDING.
Report* From Entire Country Show Building
Operttlons Fell Off In May.
Building In eeventy-flve principal oltles for
May shows a decrease of 14 per cent. Per
mit* were taken out In May, according to
official reports to Construction News, for
XI.774 buildings, to oost tt9.Oie.M6, against 23,
100 buildings. Involving a total cost of 150.77!,
783 for the corresponding month of a year
ago, a decrease of 1,434 and $11,785,833, or 14
Building has been upon a scale of muoh
activity In this country during the pnst ten
or twelve years. In order to care for the
natural growth In population, the marvelous
Influx of people from other countries as well
as the tremendous expansion of Industrial
enterprise, and It Is to be expected that It
should now undergo a modrrate checking
up. adjusting Itself to the give and take of
commerce, prior to going ahead upon an
era of greater development. There wore
losses In forty-one cities and gains In thir
ty-two. The reports reveal the fact that In
the cities havlnx tho greatest losses build
ing has been most active heretofore; In fact,
tlieso cities arc the backbone of the Indus
tries of the country, but a let-up at this time
should cause no serious apprehension, us the
falling off Is only temporary.
The Deadly Automobile.
Tha Hartford Times says: Chicago has
discovered that It has killed twice as many
people by automobiles In 1918 as It did during
the snine mouth of 1S12. Chicago hopes to do
something about. Representative Thomas
discovered?and told our Legislature?that
Connecticut had also doubled Its automobile
death record. But the Legislature failed to
seo In this any Justification for adding
stringency to the existing automobile taws.
Foreign and Travel Department
Itichmond Trust and Saving* Co.
by ALL I..INES are IsHued at our
office, wher? the plans of ALL
STEAMERS may ho obtained and
choice berths secured.
"ASK MIL BOWMAN,"
Mgr. Foreign and Travel Dept..
UtCHMO.VD . TlllST AND
1109 E. Main St.. Richmond, Va.
Capital, One Million Dollars.
MERCHANTS AND MINEKS TRANS. CO.
Summer Trips "By Sea."
BOSTON A.M> PROVIDENCE.
Steamers?Norfolk to Boston dally, except
Thursday; to Providence. Monday. Thurs
day and Saturday. ' P M. Through tickets
on *a'.e to principal points.
Fine steamers excellent service, low farea
Vi'lreless telegraph. Send for booklet.
Apply C A >j By.. N & \V. Ily. Richmond
Trust & Havings Co. (Ir.c. >. No. 1309 E. Main
Street, and Richmond Transfer Company.
No. "05 E. Main Sirt'L
ALL TRAVEL AHHANOEMENT3
OVER ONE COL'NTKH,
AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN.
Richmond Transfer Co.,
Time and Trouble Savers,
809 En.at Main Street.
OLD DOMINION LINB.
Lr. Rlchrnoi.d foot of Ash St- dally.7:00 P. M.
Leave Newport News 5:MA. M.
Arrive Norfolk 4.00 A.M.
Connects ? lib main llr.e steamers leaving
Norfolk for New York daily, except Sunday. I
7:00 P. 1! Connections also made by N. A ,
W. Ky. 2 P. 11 and C. 4 O. Ry. at 4 P. M.
Night line slesmtts stop at Claremont to
land or receli. e passenger* on signal, and wliJ
be met by |iul>.l' convr>ance
VI ll< i INI A NAVIGATION CO. (Effective
April !? Jixnes Itlvc: by daylight for Nor
lolk ir. 1 O'. 1 Point, Newport News and ail
James River landings. Steamer leaves Mon- '
uay. Wednesday and Friday at <..03 A. M. |
Freight received '."t all James ".!i?r Points. I
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standard Railroad of the South.
EFFECTIVE Ai'ItlL & U13.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILT.
For Florida und South: k.lv A. M. and 6:31
P M i: A. M.
For Norfolk. S.fcv A. M . 3.00 P. M.. 4:10
For N A W Ry West: 8:15 A. M. S:M A.
M . 3 P M.. &:21 P M
For Petersburg: 12 :'J> A M. 8:15 A. M..
1:16 A. M . A- M.. i.iO A. M.. 3:00 P. M.. !
4:10 P M . t;0? P. M . ?:JS P. M.. ?;:0 P. 11.. !
11:?? P M
For fjoldsboro and Fayettevllle: *4:10 P. M.
Trains arrive Richmond dally: 6:06 A- M..
10:15 A. M , ?:40 A. M., ?? :37 A. M.. ;
??10:46 A M . 11.40 A M., "2:13 P 11.. ??1:*J
P. M.. 6 05 P. M . ?.55 P. M., ?:&0 P. 31.. 9:04
P. 11., 11:30 P. 11.
?Except Sunday. "Sunday only.
Time of arrival anil departure and connec
tions not guaranteed.
C 8 CA1IPUEL1. D. P. A.. S2? Wain St. i
fflclimOBi, Freiericbb'i & Potomac R.R.
TO AND FROM WASHING TON AH D BEYOND. 1
Loavo Richmond | Arrive Richmond
?6.20A.J1. Ryr4 si.Sta.! ?7.50A.M. BjrdSLSu.
? ( <c 1 ?
?6.46 A.M. Main St. Sta.
?7.60 A.M. Main St. Sta.
?8.40A. M. Ilyrd SL bU.
*10.25 A.M. 11) rd SL Sta.
?12.01 noon Bjrd St. Sta.
18.00 P.M. Byr4 SL Sta
?3.60 P.M. Byrd St. Sta.
?Llo P.M.KIba Station.
?6.16 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?ft.20 P.M. flyrd St. Sta.
? i.uuA.a. Djrtnunu,
[?! 1.26 A.M. KIba Station. t
11.35 A.M. 11)rd St.Sta. '
?1.00 P.M. Main St. Sta.
?2.50 P.M. II) rd St.Sta,'
?fl.20 P.M. BjrdSt.Sta. I
??.30 P.M. II) rd St.Ma. |
?0.00 P.M. B) rd St.Sla.
11.17 P.M. Main St. Sta. |
12.60 nieht B)rdSt.Hta.(
12.66 nlfb t MalnSt.Sti. '
Leave B/rd St. Sta. 4.00 P. M. for Fre4erlcksb*rg.
I.eare Klba St*. 7.80 A. M.,0.30 P. M. for Ashland.
Arrive B)rd St.Sta.8.26 A.M.from Frederlcksb'g.
ArrlfeKlba Sta. 6.30 A.M.,6.42 P.M.from Ashland.
?Daily, t Weekdays. J Sundays only.
All trains to or from Byrd Street Station
? top at Elba. Tim* of arrivala and departures
not guaranteed. Read the signs.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
7:15 A.?Local?Dally?Newport News. I
8:10 A.?Local?Dally?Ch'vllle. Ex. 8un. ;
t9:00 A.?Express?Dili I y?Norfolk, Old PolnL I
110:00 A.?Local?Dally?L'chb'g, Lex., c. i
?12:00 Noon?Express?Dally ? Norfolk. Old i
?2:00 P.?Express?Dally?Cln.. L'vllle. i
f4:00 P.?Express?Dally?Nor., Old PolnL
6:00 P.?Local?Dally?N. News. Old PoinL
6:15 P.?Loral?Ex. Sun.?Charlottesville. \
5:16 P.?Local?Week days except Saturday :
to Warren, Saturdays to Gladstone.
?6:40 P.?Limited?Dally?Cln., Chicago and
St. Lou is.
?11:00 P.?Express ? Dally ? Cln.. Louisville,
Lynchburg. Natural Bridge.
? Sleepers, t Parlor Curs.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND-I.ocal from
East: 9:55 A. M., 7:40 P. M. Through from
East: 11:30 A. M.. 1:55 P. M.. 6:30 p. M. Local
from West: 8:16 A. M.. A. M. and 7:20
P. M. Through: S:15 A. M., 11:65 A. M. and
8:85 P. M.
James River Line: "6:35 A. M.. 4:56 P. M.
week -lajn, Sundays C:55 1'. M.
?? Dally except Sunday.
SEABOARD Alll LINB.
Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich
mond dally: 9:00 A. M.?Local to Norllna.
1:10 P. M.?Sleepera and conches, Atlanta,
Birmingham. Savannah. Jacksonville. 11:25
p. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Atlanta, Bir
mingham. Memphis. 1:00 A. M.?Sleepers and
coaches. Jacksonville. Northbound trains
Scheduled to arrive In Richmond dally: 6:3a
A. M.. 7:40 A. M.. 6:06 P. M? 5:50 P. M. Local.
Norfolk & Western Railway
ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effcct September SO, 1912.
Leave Byrd Street Station, Richmond, FOR
NORFOLK; *9:00 A. M., *3:00 P. M.. *4:10
FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WESTi
?8:15 A. M.. *9:60 A. M., *3;03 P. M., '9:20 P. M.
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: *11:40 A.
M? *6:80 P. M? *11:30 P. M. From the West:
?4:40 A. M? a2:10 P. M., bl:40 P. M.. *6:05 P.
M.. *8:00 P. M.
?Dally. aDally ex. Sunday. bSunday only.
W. B. BEVILL Pass. Traf. Mgr.
W. C. SAUNDERS, a. P. A.. Roanoke, Va.
C. H. BQ3LEY. D. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
Richmond and Chesapeake Bay Railway.
Schedule of Electric Trains, effective May
?; 1#,J: L??ve Richmond. laurel and Broad
Streets: b*8:05 A. M., *7:10 A. M., b8:I0 A.
M? BU0 A. M? ??10:10 A. M? 11:10 A M 1-10
P. M.. 3:10 P. M? 3:10 P. M.. b4:10 P M 6:20
P. M.. 8:20 P. M? 7:10 P. M? b8a0 P M
10:10 P. M.. 11:10 P. M. Leave AshlandfEn*
land and Maple Streets: *5:65 A M h7-Art ?
M.. 8:00 A. M., b9:00 A. M? 10:00 A M ?Ml M
A. M., *12:00 M.. "UOO P. M.. 2:00 P M a:0fl
P. M.. 4:09 P. M? b5:00 P. M? 8:00 P m"
P. M. 8:00 P. M.. b9;00 p. M.. 11:00 p m"
?Dally except Sunday. ??Sunday onlv"
NEW HOTEL BRESLIN
On Lake Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, N. J.
NOW OPK.V UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT, CATERING TO
C T 11VT ATP Ideal hotel at which to enjoy the Summer or Wcek
1V1 /A I H. tjn j Dry, Invigorating Mountain Air. Elevation, 1.100
feet. No mosquitoes. no malaria.
t OP AT I ON New Hotel Breslln la delightfully located on an emln
ence, overlooking beautiful Lake Hopatcong, 10 miles
long. 2 miles wide, surrounded by 12 acres, lawns, shrubbery, flowers
APPOINTMFNT^ The Hotel has recently been remodeled and re
_? i * _ furnished; now contains overy modern- con
venience: Htoam heat, log fires, electric lights, elevators, spacious ver
andas?the plumbing is new and sanitary. There are 300 elegantly fur
nished guest rooms, each with hot and cold running water; 100 HUites
with baths; banquet halls, children's playroom; Western Union Tele
graph Ofllce; new cafe and grill.
DIVERSIONS Ever>' outdoor and indoor diversion is provided?
_ motor boating, canoeing, fishing, bathing, golf, tennis,
pool, bowling, baseball, dancing, horseback, riding, picturesque walks ami
drives, orchestra of soloists.
ADVANTAf F Only 1 hour from New York via D , L. & W. R. R.,
or from Philadelphia via Pennyslvania Railroad,
Broad Street Station. Auto coaches meet trains.
AUTOMOBIL1STS' ATTENTION Tn
Ing rooms?a la carte service?fireproof garage and repair shop. The
roads leading to New Ho'el Breslln are excellent?scenery magnificent.
The comfort and luxury of New Hotel Breslln. its cuisine and service,
combined with the most moderate charges, place it In the front rank of
all Mountain Hotels. Literature and Auto Maps mailed. Inspection
G. FRANK COPE.
RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA
JOHN MURPHY. Manager
A strictly modern house, fronting on
three Htreets, in the heart of beautiful
Richmond. Rooms fronting every way.
Ofilrr. firavc Street Annex.
Th? most centrally located hotel In
Richmond being situated at the corner
of Twelfth and Main Streets All cars
pass The Lexington. Every modern
FELIX KEEGAN and
J. E. DONAHUE.
A d u l t Deaf and
Hard of Hearing
Classes in Richmond beginning
June 25. Stammering and defective
speech corrected. Trial lesson free.
Further information from MISS C. M.
KKDD. Mt. Airy School for Deaf, I
William and Mary
Dublin, \ a., June IS to August 14.
A SUMMER COLLEGE FOR MEN.
Regular William and Mary faculty
courses count full credit toward de
crees, delightful mountain climate;
tennis, baseball and outdoor life.
Tuition for tho eight weeks, $10.00;
hoard, with room in dorinitorv, $13 00
Academy courses for those not pre
pared for college entrance.
For bulletin address
H. I,. BRIDGES.
SPECUL SUMMER COURSE
Piano and Harmony
Ernest H. Cosby
1K20 Wm| Grnce Street.
RICHMOND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR
1014 East Uroail Street. Richmond. Va. 1
Twelfth scmlrvn opens September 30. 1913. ,
ITivo years' Kindergarten course with dl- !
ploma. p<>nt>gradnute fours* In this school
or In primary department of Richmond city '
Normal, with teachers' certificate. Address
MISS I.. S. COLEMAN. 13 North Fifth St..
Virginia Military Institute
"The west point of The south
Cojlegiate and technical coursrs combined with
weriKid discipline of An army post.
Virginia Cadets tuition free.
texlngton, Va. Gen. E. W. NICHOLS. Supt
The Confederate TVluseum
TWELFTH AND CLAT STREETa
Open 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admblssion 25a Frco on aaturdays.
PREMIER CARRIER Oi' THE SOUTH.
Trains Leave Richmond.
?Following schedule figures published
as information a,id not r-'iarunteeil:
a So??h-Diilly: e:in a. M.-I,ocal.
L-i'.h ?i. ^.-Express. 6:00 P. M.?Express,
vwth l^lectrlc Lighted Sleeping Caru for Al
laiita and Birmingham. 11M5 P. M.?Express.
Week Uaya; 3:00 p. M.-Local.
, ~ YORK RIVER LINE
P. M.?Dally?Connecting for Balti
more Mon., Wed. and Friday. 6:00 A. M?
Prlday-ioc^L ^ P* WeJ- ?d
_ Arrive Richmond.
,Z' ?* ??fturth: 6:60 A- M- an(l 8:40 A. M..
1.00 P. M.. 8:05 p. M. daily; 12:55 Ex. Sun.
From West Point: 9:30 a. M. dally: li-ga a.
M.. Mon.. Wed. and Frl.; 4:25 P. M Ex.'But
?-r W .?? a BURGESS, D. p. a.,
?07 E. Main St. Phono Madison 171,
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars leave Manchester, Seventh and Perry
Streets, for Petersburg:
?6. 7. 8, *9, 10. 11. *12 A. M.. L 1 **. 4. 4.
??5H5. *6. 7. 8. *<:10 P. M. *
11:00 P. M. tor Chester. 13:00 midnight tot
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, for Manchester:
f5:16, 6:35, "7:16, *7:85, 8:35, #:J5. M0:W. n-tt
A. M.. 13:85 *1:85. 3:35, 8:35. *4:85. 6:& fiji
?7:35. 8:85. 9:35. *10:40. 11:40 P. M.
tDally?Ex. Sunday and holidays.
?Carries baggage and express.
??Limited?Except Sunday and holidays.
All cars from Petersburg connect vrlth
car* for Richmond.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS.
Table d'Hote Dinner Saturday and
Sunday evenings, 0 to 0 o'clock.. SL30
The most magnificent hotel In the
South. European plan. Rooms single
and en suite, with and without hataa
Spacious aamplo rooms.
New, modern and only
fireproof hotel in the city.
Fronting the beautiful
Capitol Park, within one
block of City Hall, Post
Office, State Library and all
European Plan, $1.50 and Up
Rathskeller and roof gar
den by card only.
A. D. ATKINSON,
S. T. ATKINSON,
7th AVENUE & 38th 8T. fTrkrF17T
300 FEET FROM BROADWAY JLlV/ 1 liJL
1, New York
GRAND CENTRAL STA.
PENN. R.R. Sta. 4 blocks
CENTRE OF EVERYTHING
350 ROOMS BATH8 200
A room with bath ? $1.50
Other rooms with bath $2.00 $2.50
Rooms for two persons $.250 $3.00
CUISINE (a la carte) MUSIC
SEND FOR COLORED MAP OF NEW YORK
EDGAR T. SMITH, Managing Director.
Atlantic Citp fteoorts
.. .. -n-Jj.
VirCinia A?e. (ad Reich. Capacity 350
READ what wo offer at the Wry Special
Rate of $12.60 Up Weekly | ?J.W Up
Dallyj American plan.
Rooms with Private Rath.
Roomi with Ilot und Cold Itiionlnr Water.
Xlnvator. Klectrlc Lights. Music.
Spnclouj Porches Best Table.
Perfect Service. Klnrst I.ocatlon.
8AMUKL ELLIS. Owner and Proprietor
Michigan Avenue, near Beach. All
J- V. & MARY COOGAN DONOVAN.
NORMANDIK BY THE SKA, Ocean City,
J.i open July 1. 100 suites with private
oath, hot and cold sea water also. Artesian
well water, electric lights, telephones In
rooms; elev&torn from ground floor, telegraph
station; ridectly facing ocean: cuisine the
? "V. or and full Information and
booklet address I'. 11. g^CAKE, .Manager.
Newest Beach-Front Hotel
American aud European Plans
On the famous Hoard walk at Tennessee
Ave. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. Fur
nished and embellished for comfort and at
tractiveness. Sea water in nil baths; running
water In bedchambers; spacious public
rooms; modern enfe and grill; orchestra.
Oarage. MACK LATZ & Co.
Also New Hotel Merlon.
Atlantic dtp Rcooito Atlantic dtp Urtfotta
I THURSDAY SUPPER TO SUNDAY AFTER SUPPER
85.00?Fourth ol July Special?$5.00
BEST LOCATED POPUtAR PRICE FAMILY HOTEL
NEW YORK AVE., 50 YARDS FROM BOARDWALK
$3.50?Friday fo Sunday, Two Full Days?$3.50
Overlooking Lawn and Ocean. Capacity 400.
Elevator; Private Baths; Running Water in
Rooms. Bathing from Hotel. Free Shower Baths
RATES TILL JULY 15th?$2 Up Daily?$8 to $12.50 Weekly
FREE BOOKLET DESCRIBING ATLANTIC CITY
Best Moderate Price Hotel
and Cath. ChurchM m\?P0O8lte Prot
room,; private bath. wa,?r i"
table, from own' >/rrn
SPCCU1 >- Booklet R. B Lud "m a
and service the bm' C,C- iIeals
rates. * ?-PecIal Juno and July
- H. J. DYNES.
HOTEL MONTICTT t n
\ Write for rf.^PWjy&?;
Vrlcin9rand At,antic Hotel
al! attractions' Va'parRy'wh yPitr and
year. WM. B COOPPR ? ?!',c" 1111
J,J' tit. l'rojjrletor.
and BEACH CSexv
HOTEL IV". A?-n?'u..?L
W 1 tL" Klr.trU- Lights,
Koom?. |2.00 un dallv $? iTV in
New,,, furnished; ocean ? *Wy
lat>!e. Booklet. J. J. JOYCE excellent
ra-r ?Pm a." 5:*"- '*r'vate baths.
* n up-to-date hotel with
'UNrfcPc.STTv5?ns^c"",uu '"^"matiomof at
Firxt ?./Ur*inla Avenue near Bench.
JiX'ftr'" fve,v I1 ""tlcular; .-"VVtrir
cia! r-t?. r1'""*' ?P"> surroundings;
r*,e;- up weekly; booklet
W. B. COTTEX.
MICS. 1). H-VaYkk
Connecticut Avenue and Beach. Ideal lnr?
l?n: large airy room,, excellent table! b?hl
'np from hotel. Eleventh arn<cn\ *%?%. ?
managfment. 19.00 up weekly. ov>nor?
? A. M. Dl.rN*N, Prop'r.
VIRGINIA AVENIE AND BEACH. OCEAN
wa.'I; ^p?,ty 350:. I>rlv?tc ?<aths. running
rOf>n?s. elevator; music. Snee el
? JACOB B. HAWK. Prop'r
THE WA L TER
WALTERS PARK, PA.
Booklet?6 hCa"h rC3?rt ?f ^enn8ylvanla.
Ocean Avenue nnd Boardwalk.
Ocean view dining-room; modern annnlnt
ments; fireproof; menu knd "ervlco PftraU
C'a,i,: book 1 ^' K- LOCKHA KT
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL
Ocean en 1 Keiituckv A vomit* i<.nnpil
cloyed. American plan }2 up daily * tut ,er
weekly. European Plan. Jl up daiVy Sd?P
f ,. wepkly. Restaurant attached. Private
7,?!*"'. A\?- "ear Beach; always open
u? baths, elevator; excel I tub!*'
white jerv.; |2 up daily; $10 ,ojir,0 wk >"?'
Walsh *D?nca'ii. Uk?"
Half Block Ocean Front
?.?w- .|,<n?C"J>4cllT 000. Fireproof,
Be* \ er nath?. Oarage. Booklet.
r> ...ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
on the ocoan front. Always nn.n
Capacity. 1,000. American and European
. . Plans. '
l.(l! and cold, fresh and sea water In mi
baths, running water In suests rnnm. ol J
Nerandas commanding view of ocean
A. a. nuKmEn^ jo,,, hii.i.man.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Massachusetts Avo. and heach. Elevator
to etrret level. Booklet. F. p. PHILLIPS.
> *? ^ - ?
The Ocean Front Hotel of Comfort
(Operated Under American Plan from June 1
to September IS)
Famous French Grill and
French Service and Cuisine; Orchestra of Sslaiata
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
NOTED FOR ITS TABLE
I 3T0I5N.GEORGIA AVE. ATL.CITY.MX^\
Scrupulously clean, electric lighted through
out. Whlto ?er vice, II. 25 up dally, }7 up
weekly. Established Si years. Booklet.
Emefion Crouthamel. Manager.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRIHGS
_______ West Virginia
In the Mountains
Tennis, Golf, Ridicj, Driving,
Motonnj, Oinetni. Magnificent
Swimming Poo!. No Files or Moa
qultoaa. Sulphur sr.rl Mt iiatl
luihv lirery Mjlern Convenience.
The NEW Milii^a Dollar Qroan*
briar opens October 1st, iiU. Foa
acoftac F. ADAMS,
The preterit hotel op?ns June 25.
'"Old Sweet Springs"
West \ Irglnia.
! In the Switzerland of America. Eleva
tion 2,300 feet. Climate unsurpassed.
; Modern in appointments. Amusements
j varied and attractive. Golf a specialty.
Automobile service. Open June 15.
\V. D. PAXTOX,
l>li'> of Nlioulii. X. II.
110 mll*.u at seat
3 Steamers dally from Portsmouth. N. H.
OI'KN .IffA" I'lHST.
Finest Salt Water Swlminliic Pool on Coast.
MufIc, Tennis. Billiards. All aquatic sports.
Accommodates SX). Also cottages. Rates
moderate. Exceptional table.
Address APPLEDORK COMPANY,
Idles of Shoals. N. II.
"THE MOUNTAIN PARADISE"
I TMt LEADING HOTEL OF
DtLAWARt WATER GAP. pa.
Most modern and fln
t located hotel In
this region. Cuisine of
highest standard. Whlta service. Orches
tra. 100 tiled private baths. Log fires,
steam heat. own fat ins and dairy. New
Beautiful Pa'm Court aiul Cafe; a la
carte service. Motorists receive same
terms as other guests.
SPECIAL EAKI.Y SEASON RATES
Booklet and auto map mailed. Seventh
FOR THE JUNE OR EARLY
Whether a week-end or a prolonged stay,
there ifc no spot equal In grandeur of Its
scenery. the beauty of Its foliage, and
the variety and charms of Its Innumer
able out-door diversions to
DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
Onlv 3 hours from Philadelphia via P.
R R JOHN PUR YD COP E.
Delaware Water Gap, Pa.
Under entirely new management of owner, j
Improved throughout. Capacity SOO. Situ- j
ated In Klttattnny Park of 30t? acres. Offer- '
Ing every hotel comfort and appointment; j
elevator, private baths, steam heat, etc. j
American plan cuisine n notable feature; j
own private farm. Cafe and grill attached. |
Orchestra. Gat age and livery. Llteratnro
and early season rates upon request.
CHARLES H. WHITE, of Atlantic City.
The Ideal Blue Ridge Resort
BUENA VISTA SPRING HOTEL
Franklin Co.. I'a N*at Maryland State Line.
Convenient to Gettysburg Beautiful Drives.
Superb scenery. Invigorating climate. All
amusements. Good tr.iln service. No- ma
laria. A. W R-iidt Mgr.
\ IIIGI \l A.
| m :\Tl Y I'LU' l.VJI
As the warm days and hot nights
have come, and you think of leaving
! town, the Henry Clay Inn. Ashland, Va.f
is one of the :11?? st delightful places.
Being 2f>0 feet above Richmond, it is
always cool at night. No mosquitoes.
Good Old Virginia cooking'. Train or
trolley that will take you In or out
almost every half hour. Write or
phono for rates. We eater especially
to automobile parties.
C. S. M3FTWICH,
VIRGINIA MINER VI. SPRINGS IKITEL
New ( nstle, Vo.
New 100-roorn hotel; opens June the first.
Tn the heart of the Blue ltldge Mountains;
elevation. 2.000 f<-et. Plunge, shower, needle,
electric and vapor baths. Tennis court, pool
room, fishing, rowing and dancing. Dr. r..
M. Abbott, formerly of Craig Healing, will
bo our resident physician. For further in
formation anil booklet, write
W. T. MARTIN.
Buffalo Ridge Springs
Opens June 1st.
MItS. ELI.A C. KYLE, Mnnagrr.
A gee. Nelson Comity, Vs.
Natural Bridge Hotel
Open all the year. Golden seal hotel.
Excellent service. Good livery. Swim
ming pool, howling alley, orchestra.
Write for rates.
Owned and operated by Natural
Bridge Co. W. CI. HAMILTON,
J. A. MUNDV, Jr..
Summer iResorttf. hammer &esottg.
-?yiNIOHIiV - ,
Buffalo Lithia Springs Hotel
OPEN JUNE 15th TO SEPTEMBER 30th
The buildings arc on the cottage plan, and arc sufficient for
the comfortable accommodation of 250 persons. No Malaria.
Buffalo Lithia Springs are located in Mecklenburg County,
Va., in the "Buffalo Hills," 500 feet above the level of the sea,
and are reached from all directions over the Norfolk division of
the oouthcrn Railway.
This wat?r is prescribed in all Uric Acid Conditions, Gout,
Rheumatism, Calculi of the Kidney and Bladder, Blight's
Disease, Diabetes, Gastro-Intestinal Disorders, Neuralgias, etc.
For full information and pamphlet of Medical Opinions and
Clinical Reports write to
- BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS WATER CO.
Buffalo Lithia Springs, Virginia.
W 1 L Ii O t' (i II 11 V II O T E L,
Wllloughliy Bench, Vn.
Virginia's Coolc*t ScumIJc Rrnort, Where Occan Breeron ALWAYS Blow.
Wllloughby Hotel, recently acquired by several prominent business men
of Norfolk, is now under new management. Extensive improvements have
been made; a beautiful palm garden and billiard room have been added to
its many attractions; the splendid ballroom newly decorated, and many
things done to add to the comfort and pleasure of guests. Music morning
and evening by orchestra. Good bath Ing, boating and fishing. Full equipment
of shower baths and bathrooms. Table unexcelled. Season opens Saturday,
Juno 14. Rates. 512.50 to $21.00 per week. Special Sunday dinner. 75 cents.
Ferry from Old Point every hour, and electric cars from Norfolk every
T. ALEX. BAXTER, Mr.nnger.
This delightful summer resort is now
open for guests For rates nn:l s
apply to MRS. K. A. ROBINSON, Mrs.
W. A. \\ IL.I..1AMS, Proprietors.
Why not spend your summer vaca
doni, v M* bea"t,ful. historic Shenan- 1
g?ving 111 10 famous health-j
WATlilll.K K WHITE SULPHUR
5I*RIXOS HOTEL f
.r . , Wnterllck, Vn.
Modern In every detail. Now manatre- I
bass Ashing. Rates and
booklet upon request.
'*? HOWE, Proprietor.
Warm Sulphur Sprin gs
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Thi? famous resort wilt the most do.
Ii'shtful bath ia America is now opaa for
?fiesta. Wrllo for rates and information*
Mrs. John L~ Eubank. Warm Sprints, Vs.
Blue Ridge Springs
A favorite health and pleasure resort
near the summit of the mountains from'
which its name is derived. Now open
Address: PHILIP F. BROWN,
Shenandoah .Mis.. Aurueta County, Vs. 1
sulphur. Alum luid Chalylieate \Vutern. j
At no time in its history haw Strlbllne been '
so well conditioned for comfort, rirht llvinc
Mid pleasure. Hates. $7.00 to $10.00. Two- i
room cott&f?es (ltix32), newly repaired, hav- 1
.i?pen ^replaces or wood stoves, for
wh!a / or 1?tro,,P,? ftnfi priced accordingly.
X?i ??r.*7Uiilrate(1 l^ page booklet. F.
County vl -XIou,u Solon. P.-O., Auitusta.
Among- the foothills of the Hlue Ridire
Mountains, overlooking- the beautiful
.? /?.y ? Shenandoah. Junction
of Chesapeake and Ohio nnri Norfolk
ana \\ astern Railroads. Perfect in an
pointments. ' Famous Basic Lithia
\\ ater. Delightful climate. For rat.?s
etc., address '
MRS. J. E. PORTER,
Ideal Family Seashore Resort
Surf Bathing, Boating-. Fishing, etc.
Ocean and Country. Modern Hotel. $: to ill.
week. Send for Booklet!'. A. H. G. MEARS. 1
Wachaperague, Eastern Shore, Va.
N. & \V. will hesln every Sunday Exrur- I
?Jons to Norfolk next Sunday. (1.50 round j
Hanover Cottage ;
Virginia Itrneh, Va.
Opens June 1. 1913. IClectric lights. ?
Special attention to cuisine and service.
MRS. TATE F. CIIENERY,
iiCNxtt nud Munagfr.
Opened June 1.
Situated upon a prominent spur of
the Blue Riiis?o, between two valleys
constant breeze night and day; hiirh!
dry and healthy. Scenery most beau
tiful. For further particulars, address
MRS. JAMES U. f.OODI.OE.
M A S S A N E TT A SPRINGS.
N?rr Brick Hotel.
Open June 1, 1013.
Accommodations for 300 guests
Early reservation advised. Booklets 1
rate cards, etc., upon application. Ad- .
Massniiettn Spring* Co., Inc.,
Box 274, Harrisonburg, Va.
T n K n It E A K E R S.
Opens June t, 1013.
i Lar<?\l fl'ry rooms. Spacious veran- '
finest bathing on the beach,
fi eo to our guests. Rowing, sailing ami
fishing. Sea 1< ood our specialty. Mod
erate ratoa Address
J. E. FOSTER.
Buck roe llcaclii Va.
Mrs. Carrie Phillips
Will Open the Feuerstein Cott.tRe on June 1,
Fourth Street. WIHoughby Beaerf. for the
season. CoUuro on Chesnpeake Bay.
Knsy walklnK distance to hotel. For rates
write P. O. Box li,>, Ocoan View, Va,
Famous for 75 yeurs as a delightful Health
and Pleasure Resort.
Rates: Jt to $2.50 per day, $10 to $15 por
week, and $33 to $45 per month.
Cnequaled for Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
Dladder Troubles, etc. For booklet and other
R. C. GRAHAM. Owner and Mgr..
Open June IS; accommodation. 2'M.
Craig Mineral Spring
New Castle, Va.
Health and pleasure resort In the
Alleghany Mountains. Thoroughly
modern hotel. Noted mineral water.
Good fishing. Write for booklet con
taining analysis of water, etc. Rates:
$8.00 to $12.50 por week.
Shenandoah Mts., AukuMu County, Va.
Sulphur, Alum and Chalybeate Waters.
At no time In Its history has Strlbllng been
so well conditioned for comfort, right living:
and pleasure. Rates, 17.00 to $10.09. Two
room i-ottages (lt>x32>. newly repaired, having
open ISreplaces or wood stoves, for families
or groups, and priced accordingly. Writs
for Illustrated lfi-pag? booklet. Present ad
dress F. CHICHESTER, irvtngton. N. Y.
AND HOTEL SPRINGS
Homelike summer resort in tho
mountains of Virginia. Magnesia.
Lithta and Sulphur Water. Terms
moderate. Write for booklet. J. P.
DAVIS, Manager, KockbriJge Baths,
Rawley Springs, Va.
Famous Chalybeate, Magnesia ami
Climate delightful. Elevation
2,000 feet. Until June 10th address
MRS. N. W. ROLLING, 217 Hanover
Street, Annapolis, Md.
Mt. Elliott Springs
Write for special rates at this
beautiful resort; coolest place in
Virginia Mountains; easy of access;
water unexcelled. J. S. CRAIG.
Manager, Mt. Elliott, Va. Formerly
owner Cold Sulphur Springs.
VIUGCVIA I!EACH, VA.
Will be open for guests May 20. Best
location. Every comfort and conveni
ence. For terms, addiess
Silt5. A. H. AVILI.IAMS,
'1'rleuhonc No. 10.
Virginia Ha/ Station, Ocean \ lerr, Vn,
Large cottage, located directly on
water front Running water in bed
rooms. Apply for rates.
MH8. W. T. LOWE,
Mountain Lake Hotel
If you want t.i keep cool and have a
royal good time go to Mountain Lake
Hotel. For booklet and rates write II.
K. Lorland, Manager. Mountain Lake.
Sweet Chalybeate Springs
T*p In the Alleghaney Mountain!., 2.300 feet
ubove the ft a level. Elegant Swimmlnif
i'ools. Cool Nights. Beautiful Mountain
Hrenory. Water supply. Iron and cart.onated.
of superior medicinal quality. Write for
booklet. H. V. KAlvLL, Manager, Sweet
MAPLE SHADR INN'.?MOST BEAU
tlful hotol ami grounds In Southwest
Virginia; perfectly equipped for com
fort and pleasure; altitude 2.100 feet;
through sleeper from Kl?:hn?oniL
Write for booklet, l'ulaskl. Va.