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Instruction.
The BARNARD SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY 721 St Nicholas Ay«..
KP.GARTEN ft PRIMARY. 23» Lenox Ay«.
19TH YEAR BEGINS HEPT. SSD. CATALOG.
The BARNARD SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY 421 Wnt 14Sth 6t.
KINDERGARTEN * PRIMARY. Ul Convent Aye.
tTH YEAR BEGIN? SEPT. ttD. CATALOG.
For Boy§ and Toung Men— City.
Berkeley School.
72D STEEET AND WEST END AYE.
ESTABLISHED MML
PREPARES BOYS FOR ALL COLLEGES.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION.
Highest Honors Won by Berkeley Boys
in Scholarship and Athletics.
23TH TEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 2STH. 1904.
PROSPECTUB MAILED UPON APPLICATION.
W. WILBERFORCE SMITH, A. M.. Head-Master.
J. CLARK READ. A. M. Arsl Head-Master & Registrar.
THE HEAD-MASTER WILL BE AT THE SCHOOL
EVERY MORNING FROM TEN TO TWELVE O'CLOCK.
DRAKE
NEW YORK SCHOOL
BrooLdwa.y a.nd 17th St.
SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. ETC.
Write or 'phone 1 Four f Jersey City.
for 64-page V Other -i Orange, Bayonne.
Catalogue. J School*. L Pa-isalc.
WOOD'S SCHOOLS
Business Shorthand and Telegraphy
A great school In a great city.
1.000 Calls !n 30 I>a> s
for graduates from the Busin<»ss and Ftcnofrrarhle
departments.
A good time to begin. Day and evening reaslons.
<"a!l. write o r telephone.
A thorough training for yonr I>o,r.
SO graduates fitted for college since 91.
IRVING SCHOOL,
Si West «4th St.
LOUIS IWIOHT RAY. Head Master.
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. JUNIOR AND
COLLEGE PREPARATORY GRADES
PRIMARY OLAKSnp FOR BEGINNER*-
No home study for boys under fifteen, as all l«'s«on» are
prepared in school.
; " „- ■ ; 13th year begins Sept. Ss>th.
DR. RAY now at school mornings.
Gymnasium. Laboratory. playground.
COLUMBIA INSTITUTE,
(22 Test 72d Street.
Preparatory School for Bo.vs.
FROM PRIMARY TO (OU.ECE.
Optional Military r>rl!l Playground.
pTudy hour und'r Instructors.
R«"pe'nK S< pt lath. Catalogue's.
ED YIN FOWLER, A. 8., M. D., Pr cap U
u^TOM jS T/ty
*»• • 45 West Eighty-first Street. ■ £,
THIRTEENTH YEAR BEGIN S SEPT. 28TH. "^
Illustrated ca,taiogi»e on application.
N. Archibald Shaw, Jr., Principal.
Collegiate School,
241 WtiM SEVENTY-SEVENTH ST.
Boys prepared for the Colleges and Scientific Schools.
Primary Department. Well-equipped gymnasium. Re
open. SEPTEMBEK :«. c _ mtgatt> principaL
CHAPIN COLLEGIATE SCHOOL,
24 EAST 60TH ST^ NEW YOBK.
AC tit Your Begins Oct. 3. 1804.
jfi| lI! XCttl English. Classical and Primary.
Wts# E. LORD BUCKLEY. A. 8.. Principal.
H. B. CHAPIN. D. L> . Principal Emeritus.
TRINITY SCHOOL,
ISB-147 WEST »IST ST.
A Day School for boys. Founded In 170».
Primary. Grammar and High Schools.
DWICHT SCHOOL
IS West 4Sd Street. New York City.
IMb Year opens Kept. <Bth.
High class private school for boys from ? to 20 years
of a«;e. Individual attention riven for. y 11 whose education
has beer. Irregular. Large faculty. Laboratories. Gym
nssiuzn. Athletics.
E. E. Oamerer. Assor. Prin. Arthur Williams. Prla.
THE CUTLER SCHOOL,
REOPENS SEPTEMBER 28th.
Address. 20 East 80th Street.
THE FREELAND SCHOOL
SPALDINO HOLDING, 29 WEST 42D STIJKKI.
FORMERLY AT 518 rill AYE.
COLLEGE PREPARATION.
THE LYON SCHOOL
M 4 FIFTH AYE. Reopens September 28th.
Limited to forty boy« Twenty-second year.
MANHATTAN COLLEGE.
Grand Boulevard and 131 st St., New York.
For circulars address the President.
For Young Ladies— City.
The Misses Ely
"Boarding and "Day School for
Girls.
RIVERSIDE DR.IVE.
85th and 86th St.. New York.
De Lancey School for Girls.
71 West 85th Street.
College preparatory and special courses. Also pri
mary and Intermediate. Twenty-third year Gym
nasium. College certificates. Small classes. Year
book on application.
uV^ - *jsrs,s& ,te .
Y*\P* 10S West Utghty-llrst fctre«-t 8 &•
»• I'rlmary to College Preparatory Classe*. *■
Circular on application. New Year begins Oct. Bifc_
THE MISSES GRAHAM
(Successors to the Misses Green).
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
(Established IMS ) Iteopens Oct. S.
Herr I^ecatiesi. 110 Heat ?Sd M-, >hrrinau Square.
XHF PIVCH SCHOOI BOARDING AND DAY
NEW FIREPROOF BUILDING.
61-fc» EAbT "111 NT.
MRS JAMES WELLS FINCH. A JU , J.L. 8.. Principal.
(Msoe hours 10 to 3 o'clock.
IXSTITUT TISX£ &l 5522 L
Keinovt-d from SJJ EfaM Knd Avenue to
US WtST »shl> HTMXMX.
College preparatory. French Kindergarten.
Jit-opens Oct. Id. time. Henrietta Tlsne. i'rlnctpal.
MRS. COOPER HARTMAN'S
RIVERSIDE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
SIS EiVBRrIIDE IjRIVB AND ANNEX
NKW VOKK CITY.
THE MESEHL-VAN LAEE SCHOOL,
Formerly
THE PEEBLES * THOMPSON SCHOOL,
BOARDLNO AND DAY SCHOOL FOX GiKLd.
•0. S3. U East 67 i Street.
The Misses Jaudon's
BOAIiDINO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
M East 6Cth Street.
REMOVAL— COMSTOCK SCHOOL,
FROM 32 WEST 40TII-6T. TO 31 WEST 4«TH-6T.
Reopens Oct. Uh. Miss DAY. Principal.
ffUIE MISSES RaYiV>N SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
X Small classes throughout the school.
RKOI'FNS OCT: B.
176. 178. l«0 W>rt 78th Street.
MBM ROBERTS"B SCHOOL. FOR GIRLS.
Jl Klndetcartec and rlu>kes for boys. Advanced courses
* ttr aycial ktudents. Reopens October 3rd.
• i west arm street.
KINDERGARTEN Tit A NO— Opens Sept 11. Free
Rrholarshlps ltd , Inducts early registration. fROE
BKL NORMAL IN«T., '/.. A. < TTTKN, 4H Irving I'i.N Y.
ADVKRTTStsJKNTB atid subscriptions tor The Tribune
irfi-ed *>. their Uptown <>fn-t. No. 1,304 Broadway,
between Mcti ana 87th si*., until >.i o'clock p. m. Adver
tisements i*cttvt& at th« following branch offices at regu
lar orno* rates until H o'clock p. m , vl». : 234 Bth-«ve.
« c cor. 2Jd-«t.; IS 1 * 6th-*r«.. cor. 12th-st-: «2 East
llth-st.; 257 -yimiiSi~tX.. t«(WNn 7th »nd fth ay«». .
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1904.
Instruction.
For Young Ladles— City.
THE
VELTIN SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS.
160 and 162 W. 74th St., N. Y. City
College Preparatory and General Course.
Number of pupils limited to twelve in
each dass. Fireproof building, thoroughly
equipped.
R^eopervs October 5.
Academy Mount St, Ursula,
BEDFORD PARK. KBW YORK CITY.
Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies ani Little
Girls directed by the Ursulines. Delightfully situated on
the Harlem liiulroad. near St. John's Colics* and opposite
BRONX PAHK BOTANICAL GARDENS
The MUM of Studies Is thorough. embracing all the
branches requisite for a complete and refined education.
The Academy will reopen on Wednesday, Sept. 14. For
circulars address Mother Superior.
Miss Gerrish's Collegiate School
649 West Kud Avenue, New York City.
Fitting for Collate a specialty. Special courses of study.
THE GARDNER HOME SCHOOL for GIRLS,
BET Mil and ii'Tii BTS.
MIPS BROWN'S BoardUwr and Uai Scnooi reopens Oct. t.
Adrlre < .sMlssAr.i,,-Hr..»ii.i': I rklli:i . n the Hudson. N.T.
MIPS JENNY HUNTER'S Training School for Kinder
gartners. 15 West 127 th Ft., will reopen Sept. 20.
Apply after Sept. 0 at 2.070 Fifth Aye.
Both Sexes— Cliy.
THE ZANDER INSTITUTE
SO IT. 89th St. (next to Plaia Hotel).
Instruction in Medico-Mechanical Gymnas
tics for curvature of the spine, flatness of
chest, round shoulders and weak or imper
fectly developed children. Call or Kf>nd for
booklet. 71 imported apparatus in use.
STAMMERING.
And all nervous astaCtsOM of aps«ea corrected. Estab
llshe.l ISHo S.nd for "Causes and Treatment of Stam
mering." Also sample copy VOICE TOPICS.
F A BRYANT. M. U.. 12 K. West 40th Bt
The Horace Mann Schools oSSr^SSS,.
Kindergarten. Wementary and High Schools.
Fall term c^ramfnc™ S<-pt. 19th. Entrance ex
aminations Sept. ICth. at ? a. m.
SAMCEL T. DUTTOK, Supt.
BODY BUILDING.
Scientific physical development for health.
lilt. SAVAGE** <i\M.\ASll .MS.
Open Sept. IS. NO. 151 IV WAY and 308 W. I»TH ST.
GRAND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
88 WKST 831) ST.
Th* foremost music :-chool. All branches taug
Oprn evnlnga. Send for particulars.
The Klllinim lahessL — Kindergarten, primary ami
elementary departments - • ralninic
State recognition; Slsl >«-ur.
Mis H li. ELLIMAN. L<l
:. t t .- i i Halt
CHARLOTTE SCLLEY. Vice-^nnclpal N. Y. School
of Expression. 318 W. 57th St. — Instruction in elocu
tion, physical culture; coaching plays and arranging
entertainments. _^
THE BERLITZ Fc-HOOi., or LANGUAGES.
Kadlaon Bouars 11122 Broadway); Brooklyn. 73 Court St.
Reduced Hates during Summer; also I^itui and Greek.
rifKENOLOGICAL examinations dally. FOWLER ft
WELLS CO. (established 1535). -* East 2Jd St.. N. Y.
French, lirrnwn * Spanish taught by International
Language Phone Method. Metropolis Bide. N. Y.
Hoboken.
STEVENS^ SCHOOL.
THE ACADEMIC UEI'AKTMKXT OF THE
STEVt.NS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.
River Street, between slh and (Sth Bta., Hoboken. X J..
REOPENS SEPT. 11/ TH. 1604.
Registration day for applicants for admission on Sep
tember 14th.
Examinations for admission on the 15th and ICth of
September.
Complete courses of study preparatory to all UnlTer
dtles. Colleges. Schools of Science, Law and Medicine.
The rato of tuition for all classes Is $150 per year, or
$So per term. Thr<e terms Inrludn all the studies.
For catalogues apply to the Principal of Stevens Sen Ml.
For Boys and Young Men— Country.
Cascadilla School
For Boys, Ithaca, N. Y.
Prepares for all Collet and Universities. special
terms this year to students entering the lower classes.
Oarcadilla if in the first rank of preparatory schools.
President Schurman, of Cornell, s.ay«: "1 brli*-ve tho
Cascadilla Bchool to t>- one of the l>e.»t preparatory In
stitutions In the country." For illustrut CfetaJogua
address the Ileflstrar.
HUDSON RIVER MILITARY ACADEMY, 80. Nyark
on Hudson; New York City. -■• dies; a | :irk .C
beautiful elms on tna went. SO miles of suji>-r:. river
view on the east, tr.uke the location ideal; rnunts large
and «t€arr} heated: fail ar.d special courses; table of
burses and beautiful ponies for riding; I— III and
drill fre» of coat; over _■" years under present superin
tendent guarantees "a safe, thorough school, under kind.
f.:r:\ homelike management"; Illustrated catalogue. Cap
tain J. WILSON. V. B. V.. a. M.. BuperinUadent.
OVERLOOK MIUTA A R c Y ADEMy
NYACK-ON-11l IiSON, 28 Miles Jroni N. V.
.
■tsssasrapny. typewrltlnli aad bookkeeping. Athletic* en
eoaraged M
IRN< LD V HOWBB, Principal. J _
Maj.r 080. WIL« ■ int. J «•*•»"•■
>TBWTON (N ' i COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. — Among
> uV It. el. ; 2 bo :: " ir.»m N. V. .
I).. L. & W R R thful. homelike; 15
• lectrlc
• nlon for .-..1 .
1< (.-■• ■:
Terms moderate. AiMr*-**
PHILIP B. WILSON. A. M . 1 Tin.
BETHLEHEM
PrepaLri^tory School
Bethlehem, Pa. Prepares for Harvard, Yale, Prince
ton. Ix.hlgh. Cornell. <rtc. Over I.OUO men prepared for
college In 20 years. New buildings, gymniislum, with
iwlmmlnaT pooL Summer *«-Miton for K»-i<temtrf>r txamina
tlons. Catalogue. 11. It. FOEKIMO. B. S.. Prlnclpul.
HACKLEY SCHOOL,
Tarrytown. N. V.,
Opens September %tb, 1004.
A Home Schor.l for Boys.
LOWER SCHOOL, admits boys of ten years of age ana
fits th(-m for the
UPPER SIMOOU, which prepares for the universities,
colleges and technical schcile.
Prospectus sent on application.
TUT APT TTWftflU ■"' 11 ' JVW '"""I a '"' 1 f ' bustaeai "r eot-
On* of rhe n-.ost beautiful I cations in Eastern Pa. .
etjulpn:. r.t. t3 >..ir« ..f SUCCesa; boyn fi.'rt' to tho front.
one in I". B. become
with ur successful »• ail work, then p;;<y.
J BHORTUDGI (Tabi). A. M.. Prin.. Concordvlllc, Pa.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY COLLEGE,
CHSBTKB, I'A. 4ar<l V.i.r BactaM September 21.
CIVIL ENGINEEBINO. CHEMISTRY. ARTS, ALSO
PREPARATORY CLASSES INFANTRY ARTILLERY
CAVALRY A 6up< ■ol Education CATA
LOGUES OFCOL CHARLES E HT ATT. PRESIDENT.
Park Avenue Institute
Drlda/eport, Connecticut.
Boys like this school. 23d year. Excellent home and
thorough work. Co11?kr or ulneac. 14 50. Illustrated
catalogue. HSTII U. JUNKS, A. M., I'rinclpaL
PEEKSKILL Sgffiggg
loundt-tl 183:«. IVckfcklll. N. Y.
THE LOCKWOCD COLLEGIATE SCHOOL
HI.VIIUOTr. 11 V 1.1... 1.. BCARBUALE. N. V.
(Form<-rly Mount Vernon. N. V.)
/^HAPPAQUA MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE. Chappaqua.
V-/ N. Y. -Hoarding nchool under care of Frlemls, ajia
>e«r. Doth him. 'i'trm moJernte. Thirty mile* tio:n
Kesr-Tork. ALBKK R. LAWTOK, A. M . Principal.
MACKENZIE SCHOOL S^ R r
Careiul preparation of l.>" b<j>». college and business,
(Fees. t'MO and 1700.) Kail term, September 22d.
James C Mackenzie, Director. W.W.Randall. Headmaster.
MONTCLAIR MILITARY ACADEMY,
Zt Wulden Place. Moulclair. N. J.
NEWMAN SCHOOL FOX BOYS. — Under patronage
Catholic Archbishop of New York, *700 to $800. JESSE
ALBERT LOCKE. Head Master. Hackensack, N. J.
MORJUSTOWM SCHOOL.
Morrlstown. New Jersey, reopens l"i i . bept. 30th.
New and conditioned boys, Thurs.. Sept. ISMh.
UK IRVING SCHOOL. FOR BOYS. Tarry to
Jl Hudson, N. Y. - __^
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
re'-elved at ihelr t'ptown Office. No. ■'••'-* Broadway.
biiw«-en 36th and :»7th st«.. until U o'clock p. m. Adver
tltements received at th- following branch oitlees at regu
lar olllci- rates until v o'clock p. in., viz.: 254 M.i-aye.,
*. c. cor SSd-sU: IS3 aye.. cor I2t» >' '•'-' '-'■'-
Uthn.: »7 Wetst 42d-Bt.. between rth and Btl »\,*s.:
:ai3 Wen I23thi.t. . 1.838 3d-avp., between 70lh and 77th
• ««.; 1 020 3J-ave., "• -"■ '•''•-' M ; 1.708 Ut-ave., near
tOth-«t.: 157 East 12Sth-st. ; 76« Tremunt-av«. ; twO 3d
ave.. near 4lstHiU; CM SU-ave.; 210 Bleecker-st. ; 3-5
bieecker #«.
Instruction.
For Young Ladles— Country.
The Vail-Deane School for Girls
Preparation fur college by a corps of teachers represent-
In* the leading Institutions, indorsed by President of
Vassar and Dean of Barnard. Attractive home and social
ii" Limited number of pupils insures individual care.
Resident students. *500. For catalogue address LAURA
A. VAIL, Principal. Elizabeth. X. J.
C COLLEGE OF ST. ELIZABETH, Convent Station, near
) MorrUtown M. .'.. -1 mile* irom New-York, on I)..
. * w Ji R Founded in IS3U. First Catholic woman's
college chartered In the United States. Has authority to
con-rr diplomas and academic degrees. Marie ana Art
ti,,\r ,n*hlv taught. References necessary lor admission,
lllustrf ted prospectus address MOTHER SUPERIOR.
1 A-l 1.1. SEMINARY,
Auburndale, Maw.— A school of the nrst class for young
Con" ™ Gives thorough training in a liberal arts course
pawned wholly for young women adding its specialty
of Household Economics Boston Masters in Music and
ArL Apply v early. For Illustrated catalogue, address
Art. Apply earg. BKAt ;i)ON, friaclpt.l.
X^OTREJ DAME ACADEMY FOR GIRLS.
X" 1 £oo W ell. !•»••., Founded In MBS,
continues the careful training and thorough Instruction
In everVVpartment for which It has hitherto been favora
bly known. For booklet, apply to Mother Superior.
mt ST DOMINIC'S ACADEMY, Dominican Sisters,
CBJdVeii N J.'. on Krie R. H. i'upns receivea as y^uns
«« 5 years also boys under 14. fcxceptionally healthful
focatlon "eopen. Sept. 7th. Address Sister Superior.
Academy of Saint Josepix-in-the-Pinei.
Th. Academy of St. Joseph, a Bearding School for
To™. Ladler«s pleasantly located In Urenlwood. the
Mil!. Refilon of Long Island. The Curriculum embrace*
the Prfmary. Grammar. Academic and Post-Graduate
grade, Special Students may pursue elective studies in
Knitll»n Mathematics, Foreign Language,, Vocal and In
mental Music. Prawlrg. Painting, etc.
Studies will be resumed Thursday. September Sth.
MISS DANA'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Morrlstown,
V ' I (Suburban to New Kork). — Exceptionally broad
curriculum. Certificate admits to all leading colleges.
Music and' Art. Gymnasium. Outdoor sports. Resi
dent pupils, $»00^ .___
ACADKMT OF ST. s'IN'CEN'T. 42 Wallace Place. New
ark 'n J. All branches of a thorough Bncttah e^u.-a-
Ample (jrouiids. Convenient to trolley :>;•..! iteain
lines Menders of any denomination received. !'.■ .
by the Board of Recents. A.idress BISTER BUPKRIOR.
A CADEMT <>l"X I.AHY OF THK BLEBBKD SACRA-
KENT Grytnes Hill. Siaten Island. N. V. — l(..:irllng
z.nd I>uy School for ;:irl^. }'ri\nu- lessons in French, Hu
t k- I'HlntinK and Bmbrotderr. Addreas Mother superior.
LUDIjOW-ON-HCDSON. — Baton Acaaemy, 337 South
HroaJwuy. Y.mkers. N. T. Sisters of Charity. l>ay
School for young ladli-a and children. Kindergarten. Same
curriculum as Mt. St. Vincent. AdJress Sister Superior.
RYE SEMINARY
sirs. S. J. LJKK. Th« Misses hTOWIi. Rye. N«w *orK
XKW TORK, Tarrytown-on-Hudson. "THE CABTI.K."
MISS C. K. M.V.ONS snillillAN SCHOOL for <ilrl».
40 inlnutos from New York <"!ty. Sf-nd f"r OatalOßue.
MORAVIAN 3HIMINART for Girls. Bethlehem. Pa..
Founded 174» lMth year opeas Kept. 21st. Ad
dress J. MAX HARK. D. D.. Prln.
A DELIGHTFCt. HOME and Softool for llttla girls.
Fifteenth rear begins September 29th.
illss JOHNSON an<l Mies ALCOTT,
Port Chester, N. T.
mHD Misses Metc*!rs Boardtn* and Pay School for
L Olrln. Tarrytown. N. Y. College preparation. Physi
cal Culture. Tennis. Basket-^all. Reopens Sept. 3M
For Both Sexes— Country.
PENNINGTON SEMINARY,
FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN.
PENNINGTON. N. J .
On Philadelphia and Reading R. R.. between New Tort
and Philadelphia. Bight courses of study. Prepares AN
college or for business. Finishing school for yoking ladles.
«i>!endld musical advantages on piano and plre organ.
Fall term o,>«ns September 13th. Students received at
any time thereafter. For free lltujtrated catalogue
send to
PRESIDENT MARSHAU. PenPlngtoa, N. J.
Teachers.
GRVDI-'ATE OF NATIONAL SCHOOL OF ELOCU
TION AND ORATORY. PHILADELPHIA. PA.. II \\ -
ING A FEW HOI II «. A WEEK VNK.MPLOYKD. WILL
t\ki: A CLAMS IX a nci\ \ri: SCHOOL.
LILLIAN M. WEBLEY, l». <)..
Box 10. Tribune omrtv
School Agencies.
\MKKI« W AM» FOKF.U.N TEACHKIW AOEXCT
. p-rofeasors. Teachers,

\! j vi ii'Ni; F!':
Law Schools.
Yon, Vr»*-Lr (Seventieth »ear Opens Bept. 21.
I>C>V I OIK il»0«. Day Classes with sessions
I T-: l^'i.'!!* . (from 3 3 " to * P. M. Evening
University ;c. a »»e.. se,,i O r.s *tolop. m.
_ #-.11 Grants degrees of 1.1. 8.. I.L.
LAW SCnOOI MM. and J. U. Tuition, till*.
rilV^^ ' For circulars address
£T Y. Tolii'klNa. IteflJtrar. Washlnifton S.J . N. T.
KXW YOIIK J Hay H<-hool. W N»«mau Bt_.
LAW SCHOOL 1 Kvrnlnc srhool. New York Ctty.
•'llulcht Mrthod" of lr.i>tru'-tlon \A. 13 In two yrars.
11. M In 'hrrm y-ars. Hl(h sli
Btßd roc r-A OB kROE »;.\s::. Da*a
Autumn Resorts.
NEW-JKKSEX.
HOTEL~DENNIS,
Atlantic City, N. j.
Situated directly on the beech front with an unob
structed view. Liberally appointed nn.l liberally con
ducted.
OPEN THE ENTIRE YEAR.
WALTER J. BUZBY.
Atlantic,, City
r...1.« Thr^i.b l«».»«« TUDUF
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Sut:« (X.R.) »« A M. ««l ww /\ TT¥> Cf
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Via NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
CHALFONTE
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
New; Complete; Ten Stories;
I'lreproof ; Al»:iyB Open. Writ*
for Folder and Kate*.
THE LEEDS COMPANY
MIRLBOROUGII HOUSE,
Atlantlr City.
Joxiiih Uhltr & Son*.
HOTKI. HIIHII.I .
On the hcarli fr..nt. Atlantic City, N. J
nj.ru all r" ir Amertcaa :>••*'■ Europemn jiuns. Hot
airl ...1.1 t- a water baths en ««;l»e «ith room*, Orchestra.
<■ It MYBRR.
Th^ CTI? ATFHIZn OCEAN OROW, n j.
I fIC 5 I \\t\ I rUrVU, main AYE. at THE- BEACH.
Good tsble; Hep:. $fl & »7. A. \V. LVMAN.
MAMSACHrSKTTS.
Hotel Aspinwall
LENOX, MASS.
O. D. SEAVKV, PP.UPRIETOR.
An Ideal Resort for Health
and Pleasure.
RKKKSIHHK iiir.r.i.
THE MAPLEWOOD,
PITTS FIELD. MASS.
NOW OPEN.
SenC for 1904 Booklet before looking elsewhere.
ARTHUR W. PLUMB. Trop'r.
VIRGINIA.
Virginia Hot Springs
2,500 fret elevation. Open all the year.
Waters, baths, hotels and scenery
. -■/■'.■:" nowhere equalled
Rheumatism, tout, obesity and nervous diseases cured.
New hydrotherapeutlc apparatus Installed. Golf, swim
ming pool, fine livery and outdoor pastimes. THE NEW
HOMESTEAD Is modern In the strictest sense and pat
ronlz<-d by the hisrnrst ciass. Brokers' office with di
rect N. Y. wire.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway,
World's Fair Scenio Route,
allows stop-over at Coving-ton. Va., on through tickets
to Cincinnati. LouLvllle. Chicago. St. Louis and th ;
West for «id« trip to Virginia Hot Springs. no
Pullman compartment car. via Washington. | f , v ..«
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Stations — Brlarctifl Manor on Putnam Division, or
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Foreign Retorts.
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HotefMetropole, »«^
THIS FAMOUS HOTEL HAS LONG BEEN A I «•
FAVORED STOPPING PLACE FOR AMER- J \> -p^ -i
KAN VISITORS. MOST CENTRAL POSI- j gj |3.if I I Iff
TION IN THE WEST-END. I -H— sftf V/ 1l M. V 4. V/ |l»
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This most fashionable Resort on the North Sea SAVOY HOTEL HOTEL BATJCIL^
needs no special recommendation nor further de- « TT ... TTI . cTTTrmrn en? » tv*
scription of its famous advantages. ALL WITH .TLE^DID SEA-FRQ^
Baden-Baden, Hotel Reglna
Opened 1004. The most up-to-date. I Aato-(rara(re. Splendid View Black Forest, . Mataj.
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Private Villas. French Restaurant, i also of Hotel Bcllevue. Jan Remo.
DADIC Hotel Continental,
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Vh £ I C 5 aV^/ lest location and finest Ttetr, overlooking TttSS
ML. Jj^. ■■»■ Gardens. Steam beat throughout, too DriVaU TIS?
rooms. ■ ,, a *
nfl HI fi% ThG Most modern UnTci~
m II I V Paris Hotel. mZ$ ITEIi
£*Jt ID IRI PUco do Rlvoll. Finest I __ __ _. _ _
I HI Bill t^^sff i^ss am I REG IMA
LONDON HOTELS.
SAVOY HOTEL, LONDON
HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORLD.
The rooma are brigM. fresh and airy,
and delightfully quiet. Bathroom to every Suite.
SAVOY RESTAURANT.
The most famous restaurant In Europe. Tb«
Orchestra playa during Dinner ana
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The Centre of Fashionable London
" The Last Word" of cModern
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A magnificent Royal Suite.
Unrivalled Position In London
I ANGHAM HOTEL,
. Portland Place 4 Regent SL W.
Family Hotel of the Highest Class.
Modern Appointments. Moderate Tarifc
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GIBRALTAR.
First Class la every respect. The osly expressly con
structed Hotel in Gibraltar. Highly recommended.
Perfect Sanitation. Telegrams Cecil Gibraltar.
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DERBY . . . MIDLAND HOTEL
W. TOWLK. Manager. Midland Kallwsvr Hotel* and
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HOTELS IN THE BRITISH ISLES
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England- Lovely gardens. Hoarding terms from 1::.5J
per day. Special terms for larye parties. Convenient
train service for City and West End London.
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comfort. Overlooks Enibanktrent and River. Elegaat
public rooms. Electric light throughout. American «>»
tern olevator*. Fixed tariff
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Hotel Chatham.
PARIS. Hotci de TAthcnec
I 15. RUE SCRIBE,
■ OPPOSITE THE GRAND OPERA.
The Modern Hotel of Paris.
E. ARMBRUSTHR, Manager.
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FJHRIS
ir HOTEL DE LILLE ETri'ALBIOI
K. Rue St. Honore. close to Place Vandome. Fir,t tjM . !'
modern improvements. Every home comfort. LarVsJ
ass luncheon. aoU iiaMn M flled Ddc . „ £ *
Taiegrams: lan^taio*. FAJua.-Hsnn Abaui* Prow^
a YB ilC ] HOTELS ST. JAMB
ET D'ILBAJIY.
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TA3IS3. .rULL ?SN3ION ir *OM 'hi. n.3o. ****£. t
ilntp! fin Palaio L aru - 2B - Cour de la R ««
ill] lCi UU I dialS M «tcd throughout; row
from 4 frs.; with board lot*
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
AIX-LA-CHAPELLE
Nuellens Hotel
DRESDEN.
HOTEL BELLEYO!
DbtJnjrtiLshed House of old reputation. Lnmm
Bos.'tlon. R. Roanrfeld, Oeo. Manager.
I p\ #ail?Jlfiy * The most beautiful »ai
MIIUIPU ♦ The most beautiful vi
UJllllfl X modern in liermaoy,
a^i Four Seasons Hold
WIESBADEN. Hotel dc Luxe. "
Nassauer-Hof Hotel
AUSTRIA AND SWITZERLAND
(AUSTRIA)
vienna ™"
1 HOTEL BRISTOL
Located on the Fashionable Karntberriaa,
and the favorite resort of Americans. For*
fad Fraack Cq1«Ib« and cholcs wlnea>
UDAPEST
BUDAPEST HUN&ARU
GD HOTEL HUNGAR»
rirst-Cldss Hotel with Panoramic View over Ik
1 Danube. Every modern comfort. Exclusive Ameri-
I can & English patronage. CHARLES J. BIRGK
j Manager, formerly of Imperial Hotel. Vienna.
ifiFNFUfI Grand HOTEL de la Pffl
ULliLurii ist cusst best smunaiao son
: /TyffTl>l»r > ZJ / OPEN THEJt
IZY TDTaf^U / round)
The Baur au Lac
I ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANC!
£^FS^(flil W BEAUTIFUL
CIIUA. PR ,VATE PAJi
0 "WE® PALACE^
i?iR3 31 Aft] RaJl*3 7 tlok.ti. T*J«W*fc
HOTEL DE LA VILLE
11-Hll« Uti Vedrt. LiftM.
HOTEL DE LA VILLE
MILAN, Palace Hotel
; - «a| New Hotel. Open anJ best positlo*
Mfi Pacing Central Railway Station. *3
fid Mi U modern Improvements. Grand HtK
; Garden. Two hlevators. Electric Usht *•<
| Heated throughout. - <
FRENCH RESTAURANT. - RAILWAY OFfitt
BUCHER-DURRER. Proprietor^
Rome, Italy.
Cd Hotel Quirinal
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
Highly re |>utr<l aail fa.<liioD.ii>l«> l-t rliua Hot« l»*
hf!.l(Mr-»t ami nm-st purl of Koine. EverT »— g
t— fin! and luxury. l.riu.t Malt. Band. Private »**
rouii.-.. I'rrftM-t Minltatltin.
lilliM CUSS VKKNCH RESTAfR.*XT. -
1 STEAM HEAT THROICIIOCT. _~j
i METROPOLE HOTEL ROME.
i Avatui Hotel Metropole & Vlfle
American anJ bullish Family HotsL
Always open. Full south near Stotlss*
: Thoroughly modern & tnoder^ta rat**
|76 Via S Nicola Tolentino. _^
\ GRAND HOTEL, r?
GRAND HOTEL "V»^
tins it Frontass of 36« reel A. l»lA>fi.
j a on the Uiund Caa 1!. llaassi*
Ybho. Hotel Grand Canal
ejilue. Hots! z^M
Royal Daneli *&
J Steam B***" ■
ML MOOr.KN COUFORTS. ksT
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