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Amused Ire of City "Fed" by Pro mounting Women Inferior to Men. T::»-» ma B9 es r :r.£ BBCBa In the City Fiflera • "- jj XVcmer.'s Clnta pwtevtey afternoon, at the iatat; Wbn Bmard «'ronson. principal of Public Bch—l No 8. said there ■was no use try !r_c tr pjaca tßea — r.d women upon a plane o-f equal : • MM >lr<i<l AlKlfhty had made them unequal, Af llr. Cror.son. the only mar. among two hun tOt or three husdrtHi wenien. made this rash *tar»rrrrt. ar. lndicT.i:;t rr.urrr.ur. WUttt frraduall errita-::rt i tlttM an ur.rr'«ta^ar<!e hiss, arose from the BSdlmoa, Th* pnafflCßtTs gavel des^^r.ded d» "l*i:°s " «he said. ";.-t nbe * «;d and gT.erous enough ta SSteo to a tern truths » -. ■QoasSmlty. "If we fion't believ* their, to be true, let us at least V» p«-'.!i.; tr, a En— t WltO beUeyej th--n~. to be true. Th« bSotat; "topp**!. and Mr. Cronson, who had MRCMM Ul Fr*ech w'.:h this 111 tlm*d •-mark, M • •*:•: a s:r | ;.:.a:. 'c lie had been ta:k:nc about the ■qibTluHhii of fie aalarics of Baa a- : v ~r. tn ben, ar.d had made a goad In ' ir -> '• -rks to which the audier.ce took pronounced exception. "1 prove that women teach ers should not have ruoi. high salar:es as men, he fts-r-; them '..*-:*: woaea we:e physically inferior ■-> m»r.. The audier.cf- appeared lo accept this <lrtion. anu | •■ • t0 « t ate that they ■W al«o bßtcUoctnally i::>r:or. •Thempoa such •^•ldrr.t d;«agr?--:. • t> ; BCnUwtad that the ■peaii'-r DOM ■ t I try to adduce proof. "T air. roaQjr •orrjr thai roa don't agree with BM ' ho F^:d. "because ro Coroe m* to prove my ■tBXESKJ whl X 1 hecej you would accept." • • murmur imi fr- m the audience, and • ■•••"* proof, adducing the Benta as to the Caltan of women to con- Mkßti dr sr^re to the Intellectual life of tne wcrli. !y," he s^ld, "sh- has been torgue ties &r.i bleaaed. In the- crt«, even in music, sup- PO«e<!ly tht ■ ft :-.-:..:..:.• c' arts, -,ye :is:en ::. vain, for a voice ' Immoderately. w,- 1 obaenrad Mr. ctenm. w.:h un ■ ■ - rotmtrnanoe, "whatber you are laughing at me or an ac vcxtt of ne. V." a^i. ar- iacfa a m.-s o me that i oever c^n us what they neap. ljU! ir • - ■ ■ ' mdorataad what I have : •-.' ix. In even* walk of life Tin Bad 8 • _:.. not a woman, tba top. Wherever » ar.d great breadth are required. •"* r " v as to a man, not a woman." : w«?red the audience. T'- ~..:±*- J>,ual work for eqaal pay la glibly ifr. Oronvon, ••but it doesn't : 'the mere aciour.t a.r.d rk don© that an employer con tfOon . :• •_.*-» nUahnity of the rfcar. With * "■rrk Is a BSakeahlftr' "Hb-!. h-ii-hv Btora --•■ I tadleaec "VV:t;. mar.. 11 co^. 1 : Bad I ipeaker, work Is a t*vgw her wortt f * patriaion j ; V/hea mi:; : m I . ■ r. r.. :,::■/ :.:s »-or«; tec:;.» I\-j«-n a woman marries, unlcs- shr is a ■' u.-ba::<3 work for ber. TThen ■ ej.:. man • tie :» a brute, he works fur ■-:. : :^.::...-. Toa zr.^y ÜBH all yo'^ lik-. ; :..r .rirr o' :.au:r. Ifan la lo - . -• of the home." • - ri£ht," asier.ted the cudlence. "He • btt." A voms «ho works uses the money for her •eif atone w«ql •-. the irwrlrwr and then stopped, ■ «v« drowned by a chorus of nega ■ • from the Boor. : t. "Mr. Cror.^un has * ~ His i« net a du»-t." ,:i d:C.i •_ winderstar.d ' remark Mr ■ "I nn; go:::fj to repeat what I •aid. a woman. «j§ a gt»ner;il thins, apes ia bcr \ ir.j.r. xw,i}jo: I pecj to be very paor< - •Teat mar.y. Sow 1 '....• :• t.j you, if f yiCed by onr. laa't ti larger 6um than C; divliJed • cr four." • ,»• •.< • i was to hare taken he a!T.rma - --:.-. ff!!''.arai, *M Pol .--:. ;•:: tn.' ;■.• address was diacu«se-i with st- a.' animation as iocs ne th« order of i usinesa "An . |-. >r. r to Urn tatetev -■> x Rr.^ am ■•-.(•.•liable :•- Chartotte V. WUbour. "I •rut- but will only state a - " •• Catherine lilake. ona of our woman '•' ■ :.r, ir.v^^tijjat.rtr. of the de- * r - r ■ s . ■ ht by TT! "*- I ,-ird has found that those under ' ■ • • ■ f ir. twi -Third.- of the v»s;!gated. in advance of th->jie taught by nta?o r - crt that wußjaa spirit 'heir money ROUFF 13. Bd. HtBJSiDiM, PARIS. DRESSES A MANTLES. Specialty for Weddings find Evening Dresses. TWO FAVORITE MODETJS. ertirely on themselves elicited several Indignant der.ials. "It is the girls who support their fathers and mothers." said one woman. "The boy* go off to get married, and let the old people go to th« poor house." The next speaker was Miss Harriett* Keyser. Her subject was child labor, but Incidentally she referred to the remarks of tier predecem r. "Th.- last speaker probably did not know," she said, "and he didn't s»»-em to know a great many thiv.gs, that trade unions nlway? insist on equal pay for equal work, regardless ' of tha sex of the worker." The greater part of the morning was given v.v to the committee of public safety under the chair manship of Mrs. Harry Hastings. Each member of the committee prt-sented a report, ami all dwelt OO tht :nd:?!>!-i?r.e-' of the puh".ic to matters affect - Ir.g the pubii. 1 safety. "The patient public." said Mrs Hastings, "waits for a aertSda] offering before It protests to our malignant deities." "I'Se ri-mpar.les say I* cannot be helped." said M-«. Bei:e di Rivera, alluding to rapid transit rasuajtl«s, "and even the public, which baa suffered long, is hi danger of getting used to it. We are not .is much disturbed a? we might to be wh»n we open our paper* In the morning and read of another victim Mcrificad to oar modem Juggernaut." Mrs Ha.=t:nps reported an Interview with the Mayor, which aha wetm/l to eonslder very sntis fa^tory He does not consider the appointment or a committee of public safety advisable, but paid he would :it all times welcome suggestions ana criticisms from the federation. During the mon an amendment to the con stitution, which would hare permitted the election of (fleers for a second term, was lost by a large majority, with which persoral feelings had som»- A^tter was read from the Municipal Art Com mlasion, sub— eating that the federation submit a Mst of from ■which an appointment migh: be made to the commission. This was In response '..-> a eugg»stion from the "deration, and is con- Fldered extreme! gratll FOR HER BRIDAL OUTFIT. Among the treasures or. exhibition at Cortlandt House, in Van Cortlandt Park, la ■ hea utif ul ma hogany blanket chest. It Is a large and Imposing piece of furniture, with Its massive contours and (•pleridld rich coloring. It baa atiawated a happy Idea to a your.gr woman who Is to be married next month. "Why not polish up that cedar chest of yours rrith the brass mountings and give it to me to I : I my housekeeping outfit? 1 ' she said to her mother. The chest In question was bought many yeats ago in China, where the girl's mother spent three years when she was a bride. Of solid cedar wood, the top composed of one piece of handsomely grali cii wood ne -orners bound ir. brass, it has aforded a safe harbor all these years from moths ard carpft bugs for the winter suits, the flannels, the furs and the blanket* of the family. Now Va* It has b«?en cl. aued and polished and tha brass work polls] up, it la seen to be a. really elesant old thing. Th» bride-elect wiio.se ■unt it will contain i? deiijrhted beyond measure, not only because of its beauty and its us-tulneas but be cause for thirty yearn it has been In tae possession ot her motnsr. THE TEIBTTNE PATTEEN. A Tissue Paper Pattern of Shirred Surplice Waist. No. 4,869, for 10 Cents. The surplice amis* makes a notable feature of the litest atyl'rs ar.i la always graceful and becoming. Triia one Is exceptionally attractive, and Includes also the new -leg o- mutton" lieuvea As Illus trated, the material Is willow green cashmere, trimmed with appttOOO and combined with a chem isette and frills of ersmm lace, the cashmere being one of the most fashionable materials of the scasor. but many other materials are equally desirable. Clwitllfftf of lace are a.ways charm!.-.?, chiffon hr.«*< : ., at those in lingerie style are axqattely dainty much in vogue. The Quantity of material required for the medium ea-r- is four and three-quarters yards a niches wide. so i.t» flHißTrrT 1 BunraicE v.-.u^t four and one-quarter yards 27 laehei «Me. or two a>J ,< on^-quarler yard* 4-i Inctai ■«■. wlth on--!. a:? yard of aOovwr lace, tßrea-aaaUieW yard of ap. tlniu* to trirr.. aa tilumratt-d Th<* pattern No 4.«». is cot in sizes for a ::. M. 2i; 2)i and ♦*> lr.eb bust measure The pattern will be sent to any address on receipt of It) cents Pleaae give number of pattern and bum measure dlsttnct.y. Atldr«» Pattern Department. New- York TriPune. If in a hurry for pattern *ena an extra t»o-cent postage stamp, and we will mall by tetter p«KM* la «akd «avaiop«. XEW-rOKK DAILY TRTBUNE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1904. Tenth Anniversary of Federation Largely Attended. Newark. N. J.. Oct. 28.— Delegates representing 11.000 clubwomen assembled in the First Presby terian Church this morning for the annual con vention of the New-Jersey State Federation of "Women's Clubs. The occasion marked the tenth anniversary of the organisation, and when Mis? Mary McKeen. of Bala, Pen.i.. tha president. Bounded the gavel, at 10:30 o'clock, the main body of the edifice was thronged. The Rev. Dr. David K. Fraaer offered tho In vocation, and Mrs. George S. Fowler, chairman of the general local committee, made the ad(Jre3» of welcome, and presented Miss Mary M<:K>en. the president, with a small tin Ravel, tied with a hup* blue- bow. On the gavel was Inscribed : "To Miss Mary McKeet:, on the tenth anniversary of the Federation of Women's Clubs of New-Jersey. laM-ISM." Belle R. Sryder. treasurer, stated ijjat the re oeilpts for the year amounted to $M 3 .",:. the ex penditures to 530C55.? For the special fund, for the G*orye Junior Republic work, she reported receipts of $457 13. Miss IfcKeen gave her annual address. In which she reviewed some of the under takings of th<» federation during the last ten years. Mrs. Charles B. Xarfiley, honorary iirasidcr.t of the New-Jersey Federation and a director of the General ration of Women Clubs, gave an in teresting report of the biennial meeting of the latter body in St. Louis last spring. "We are too much feted, and we have too much to distract our minds at these biennials? she said. "It Is real.;, strange, but if there is to be a tea the members is>nir of them; don't g" to the mur —they «a»e no strength for both, bo the regular meetlr.s is neglected. This ha* led our new presi dent. Mrs. Sarah Platt Decker, to feel that perhaps it might be worth while to try th« experiment of having a nne«t:np somewhere, some time, when there wl'.l he no distractions." Fo!lowl^? Mr«. Tardley, Mrs. .limes Calhoun re ported on the BXlbJect of town Improvement and civics, as discussed at St. Louis Mr?. F:ancis J. Lowtborp, of Trenton, -jinke of the increase in interest in botrsehold economics amon? women at lar?<». Mrs. Mary B. Kteftley, of Hoboken, apoke of the renera] interesi in foreatry. and .Miss Mc- Keen supplemented this report by the stati meat that New-Jersey was the pioneer State to make' this subject n department for work. Mr?. E. H. Aibr'.gii: r^portecf on proceed ir.iar« In regard to education at St. Louis. Mrs. Henry P. r,a:!<=y. of East Crar.c'-. read a juiri'-r on the work of the General Federation in BOetology. Mrs John Ouklt-r. of Philadelphia, mi? of the members of th* department of Civil Service re form, of tho General Federation, sroke of the •work. Each delegate received a little tin notebook. In ■Tibed uith "Tenth Anniversary of the N>»w- Jersey P>deration of Women*! Hubs." and with th« shield of the federation. Tho president, offi cers, directors and guevta were seated at the honor table, which waj trimmed with >ellow chysanthe muTis. The afternoon meeting was opened with instni mental music by Misp Louise Livingstone, of Orange, after which the guests of honor were Introduced and mado brief addresses. In the report of the department of forestry. Mrs. Allen B. Eruilcott. of Atlantic City, the chairman. recommended the discontinuance ■•■ efforts for the erection of a memorial to thr- work of the New- Jersey clubwomen !r. the preservation of the Pali sades. It Is the snmf recommendation s.h.- made a year ago at Trenton, at which time rhe body voted not to n^cept the recommendation, but to continue Its efforts. John Cotton Da.na. librarian of the Newark Free Public Library. Kave a talk on "Women's Clubs and the Libraries." in which he set forth th» value of tlr* reference department of libraries to women preparing papers. ta!ks and lectures. The session will ci;mlr.ue to-morrow, and the election of officers wOl be held. — (The \jk&r* Pi«o-»ai CAREER Or ELECTRICAL ENGTXEER. No railing '* attracting the attention of ynuns mm more jj-nerulij- at preheat than that of elcrtrlral en gineering- The »uh !«•• ■« thorournlv dii>rn«a<>d In the book Just piihllnijrd. entitled "(AKIT.H- FOR THE COMING MEN." by Tbomak C'onimerforri Martin, for mer president of the American bsstßtSfla of Electrical Engineers anil Editor of "The Electric «1 World aad Enclne*r." M A. Van Horsor.. Mount Vernon. X T., !s cordlal'y thanked fir the copy of "Backward. turn backward, oh. time in your flight." NERVOUSNESS OF GIRLS. Being the wife of a phydlrlan I have the oppor tunity to observe many esses which come Into the category at nervous, overworked school children described by- "Disgusted." It Is my husband's province to prescribe for many nervous children who ascribe their condition to the demands triad* on them In the schools. It Is a difficult problem how best to deal with a number of children whose constitutions and temperaments vary with each in dividual. Sometimes we flr.d that while young; people at tribute their nervous symptoms to overstudy they forget to state the social functions In which they are Indulging and the inroads made thereby or. the hours of Bleep. The school girl or boy must have plenty of Bleep. The Regents are a veritable sword of Damocles to the nervous child. When ex aminations are .•> they think and talk of little else. In retard to gymnastics, they are unquestion ably a good thins for physical development, not withstanding 1 the fact that comparatively a few have 1' en injured by too severe exercise. How does the work in a gymnasium, with rods and weights, com pare with an oid fashioned romping game of ball and kindred sports" I simply throw out these eug gestions but will not go into closer detail. It needs the best judgment of a Judicious parent or teacher to guide and discriminate In these mat ters. We find evils and dangers accompanying every pleasure or recreation. Moiiera'lon In all things Is a safe rule. MRS. C. M. LEFLER. Qlovenville. X. T. Her» are two more very pretty Scotch names, Graham and Robert. Malcolm, too. Is fine. I hay« known of people being 1 called Bruce for a first name. New-London. Conn. B. J. H. ADVOCATES NO HOME 6TT.~DY. I also want to say a few words apropos of "Dis gusted's" remark! on the TVad'.elgh High School. as I have a daughter who ha* been attending- the Morris High School for a year. Until her entrance into the high school she wm never ailing. Now it is a dally occurrence for her to have a wren headache, and many times this is fo bad that for a whole day she cannot eat and has to go to bed. When her lessons are extra hard she hjis the most horrible nightmares and cannot sleep for hours from seeing the most frightful things the moment she closes her eyes. It la a rare occurrence for her to spend half an hour away from her iespons on school days, for U ."iion as sbe cornea into the noose it is. "On. m.onma. I must hurry, for I have so many lessons. Pleas« don't allovi- any one to disturb me." Her average la very good n:\d she has never been cor. <l:t;oned. yet she is in constant fear of not doing well. I also know it OrequeuUy happens that when a girl if called upon t" stand and answer a question and hesitate? far h few 3e'"or:dn -<h«- is told to sit down, the ti>l fttx not havtnc patience to wait for tho pupil to frame her reply. Now would it not be very much better if school hours lasted from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. with the era on hand to help with lessons? Then tht tuplls could leave all book* b» nir.d when they fmirti the school for home. They would then feel more i:k«» work tr.ar. they do to come home and BTurt In Just where they left off only half an hour before I earnestly hope for a change la the high schools of New-York. (Mrs.) f W. Q. TO RESTORE BACK TO LOOKING- GLASS How or where shall one go to get the quicksilver renewed on a looking gtass that has been destroyed by water? No one set-m.s to know In our town. Tour information column is aacb a com' to ). ■ ■ keepe i :ti,d others generally. 1 bare taker: The Tribune for many years, and still, at the apt? of seventy-five) years, er.joy It more than ever I pmi; look very attentively hereafter, hnplnjr some one may givt" me the de sired luformatloa Wish you grcatsr neeni than evyr in t::e iut'jr<» for the d"ai- old T'lbune. llerrtstown, N. J. iMr.--> j. a. wo^'P. Any and all Information concf-rrilng- badges anil all other Woman's Christian Temperance I'ruon rnatt*rt< can be obtained by applying to Mrs. Eml .Martin. tho W'ollaston. Nlr^tv-aixth-st and Broadway, New-Y ork C":ty <;iHLS DO NOT NEED EDUCATION. Having read the article of "Disgust mI" with a great deal of Inter— ; would like to give r.-.y <>;>■:. 1-.!. ■"•• the SUbJpCt. I know if I COUld do !t I would not giv.- thi: young girls as maiiy or as d>f- HABPET OLEANSING If wSTWTw^WJr V#aRBBBSRMaRIBB«7*^BBi l.*»«r-t !n tke TVorH. Every detail. :;l y»urV riprrlmo*. THE THO3. J. STEWART CO. Broadway and 4t>ti. St.. New York, l>hoa« Ji« — trie and St.'i M... 1.-r.r-. Cltr STORAGE WAMB'JL'SS AND MOVING VAJNJL Writ* or telephone (or iutmrtmtiat booklet. NEW-JERSEY COHVENTIOV. Housetvi*>ey Exchange. rp^c~i.^-3c^w- • - OOOD CHEER. Hay* you ?in<l » ktn<ln»i« »»«j«nT Pnae It on. Twu not »:ven for yea aloM— Pa«« It on. L»t It travel down «>• »«ara L«t it wipe anther's tears. Till In heavfn th« <>ed atp«Ml l^at It oa. AN ARAB BATING. Remember, three thine* come not back; The arrow sent i:pon it« track— It will rot Bw«rvc U w ; ;i r."t stny Its speed; if tiles to wound or fliv. The spoke:: word, ro Bocn ."KOt I!y t;ie^; *r,jr i: '.'.as perished not; In other bearta 'ti? UVtns itfll. And doing v.-nrk for good or Ol And the lost opportunity. That coßwta baca do move t« the*. In v.'-in tboa weepest, i:; »ata float yearn. Those th.-te will nevw man return. — (Constantina E. BrooKJL NOT! V. Letters are received occasionally from admir ers of the Tribune Surahiat Society showing that they have confused it with organization* of nearly similar name subsequently started by parsons wh:m they mistakenly believed to bo still in the service of The Tribune. To avoid error ail communicat.cns. packages, etc.. should be addressed -The Tribune Sunshine Society, Tribune Building, New-Ycrk." GRATEFUL TOR BOOK 3. Bin C V. Porsch. president of Manhattan branch No. 10. has received a letter of warm thanta from the pastor of th« ilethodist Episcopal Chnrch at Grar'ton. N. V.. to Whom a lars» collection of books was aent tor the Bunday school. The gen era! oßi-p contributed a box. and Branch No. 10 did tr.fi rest. The pastor writes as fellows: Your letter reached me at my home, where I h id pone to spend a iVw days, i wist to extend the thanks of my church, a.s well as of -•if. for the gift of books which <?ame to us through jroui hands We feel axn they frtll prow a aourca of sunshine and pleasure to us. May you be richly blessed in your work, and r>-st asauretl that tlua« to whom you have hrous'.it this cl»e«t will hold you In grateful rem<«mt<rancc\ Sftscerely and faithauly. G. \V . i'A^lil- - . Pastor Mathodist Episcopal urea. Grafts* N. V.. CXt. 21. 1981 Mrs. Dorsrh reports that she has received letters fron two boys in the Sunday school, who tell of their delight in bavins such fine books M r»ad. A barrel of apples for the •'Little Mothers' " Hal lowaen part; has been I seel red from Mrs. Hurd. of Osc&wana, N. V. No. M branch will celebrate Its fourth birthday next Monday srentaaT. v.n't there wID be a jrpnulno good Urns for the members and their friends. BARRETTS OF CHEER. Mrs. Archer, of Brooklyn, has, with ths aid of friends, sent a generous supply of good che«r to two families in Virginia. One barrel, containing shirtwaists, flannel and sateen skirts, aprons, books, masrazlnes. pictures, photograph* dish.es. knives, coffee and many other articles, went to lira. John EUls. Th» other barrel was sent espe cially to Ethel I^ee Brown, and. be-sides •_ millibar of school, fairy and story books and nursery ihjmea for the smaller children of the family, there w->r<" four pairs of shoes, stockings, skirts and other articles of naderwear, four «ram»s. roller sk.i T »3 and even a large bottle of perfumery. SPECIAL CHEER. A special gift of X"- from a member was forwarded, as directed, for the benefit of a destitute cancer patient, and the following letter in reply has bean received: President of the T. 8. S.: Accept our sincere thanks for th* $T>. which can Indeed, as "a ray of sunshine" this morning. Very gratefully, SISTER M. ROSE. St. Rope's Fr«»* Home. No. 426 I herry-st.. New- York, *>ct. -o, ISO 4. flralt lessor.* as the young: rrs»»n. The yonr.g m<!n make th«ir llvlr.gr with what they have learned, but many of the youajr S'irl.-' graduate only for the honor of It, and never make use of it afterward Then, why should they be burdened with studies which are forgotten in ■ tn years'* As to the gymnasium, that wouldn't b«» necessary at all if there were not so many studies, for the girls would then hay» time enough to axerdae themselvea helping 1 with the housework. Perhaps In time to come the Board of Education will see Into thi 3 muter. But until ther. the ftrja have the sympathy of a SYMPATHIZER. Bayonne. X. J. European Advertisements. LONDON SHOPS. PETER ROBINSON Ltd. LATEST NOVELTIES FOR FASHIONABLE ATTIRE. OXFORD ST. & REGENT ST. LONDON. 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Foreign Retort*. » — . — — — — r, x a 1 *\ T * • Proprietors the Hotel Victoria- "—'—-_, ADJOINTNC. TRAFtLG%R CI.OS« TO I m- * nrcurN«:iiAM PAHcr. we*tminstbk *b- » _^ A< _ _? _. . m CCV AND t \>H:O\.\BI.E WI«T-EM>. CON- M £ \ XT? I a f » ■■ VKXTFAT FOR AU PIECES OF INTEREST I .H ♦ I I I H j » I . COACHIXC toii:> daily. £ — j» V^»* m. 1 W* V/ 2 1 • PATHS MHIO C«MraiPMtti ' £££ I aPI >fT#^sf sbbbV European Advertisements. PAKIS SHOFS, LCUiS VUITTONS TRUNKS AND BAGS 1, EUE SCRfflt PAHIS. London Shop Removed to 140. \ew Bond Street All Sizes- Ail Priccs-Nowherc Bse SPAULDiNG & CO., tlnc-.rpor»r««l'). }ewe - SHveTSTr STATE AND JACKSON STS. . •THICAOO. 36 AVENUE DE L'OPERA. PARIS. EYEGLASSES 3* Photo Supplies Our New York stores are duplicated In the Paris branch. American arti sans are employed, an(s all th* standard American mounting's kept in nock. Kodaks and Films. *: Prompt photo davelopinc and finish- Ing. 3 RUE SCRIBE. PARIS. Foreign Resorts. LONDON HOTELS. For the eoxxTcaicßCt of Tribnso redden abroad arrangements have bees mad* to keep the Daily Tribune on file in the road ing room of the hotels named below: AVOY HOTEL, LONDON HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORLD. The rooms are Srisnt. fresh and airy, and dellfbtfuUy quiet. Bathroom to every Suite. SAVOY RESTAURAxNT. The most famous restaurant In Europe. The Orchestra plays during Dinner and the Opera Supper. C LARIDGFS HOTEL, The Centre of Fashionable London " The Last Word " of SMadem Hotel Luxury. Charming suites 'with prtvat* entrance, barroom, etc.! Over 300 rooms. Nearly 100 bathrooms. A magnificent Royal Stxtte. Unrivalled Position In London IANGHAM HOTEL, . Portland Place i Regent St. W. Family Hotei of the Highest Class. Modern Appointment!. Moderate TariH THE HOTEL CECIL 6IBBALTAR. First Class in ever>- respect. Tbe o«ly expressly con structed Hotel in Gibrakar. Highly recommended. Perfect Sanitation. Telegrams Cecil Gibraltar. HOTELS IN ENGLAND. LONDON MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL MANCHESTER . MIDLAND HOTEL LIVERPOOL. ADELPHI HOTEL LEEDS QUEEN'S HOTEL BRADFORD. MIDLAND HOTEL MORECAMBE BAY ... MIDLAND HOTEL DERBY . . . MIDLAND HOTEL U. TO .VLB. Maaacer. .Uiuiauul Hallway Ua«aa> •». KetrasauuriU Hoaoi», «te.. Clue* UOwt-MMUaa u>aa4 Hotel. Lamiea. HOTELS \H THS BRITISH ISLES MOOT TIMiUU)..! WEXXB. QOIU. UtIUIXNCTOS «H.\NKLI> — CStE OF WIGHT Ut)Ui_ti..s >li.k.NkU.N UOICI. mm. Lasmt HOTELS m SCOTLAND. OL\iUOH-el LMICH 11U1U. Oar Untfit 'Uztttaeilai A STATION HOTU. „, tl'ur Burn* (.art***— BirtJaitSkc*) SLUrUEa- eXATXO.N HO.Li >»'or Bars* W a a— learn, etc.) TitrMfM of th* Hotel-, iai! tall part!-«i!.-ii-» mm to (waSas ■111; be had at tin- t. irwaeasi O5»e«» *< °"Th* Trtbuac.* ■ MB Flert >trr««. tun lull. The Howard Hot-!. KetMaj «tr»»t. EmUr.t;:.»ct. London. Evary mniisi n toatfan Overioult* tmiwr.in'fa; *■■ • River. Blacaat paWie rocaii b.actrtc i.f it .. tout Aa^erlcaa ■>» wn- «.<".i'.,r». V".xe4 cartS Upper Norwood Queen's Hots). RMi C"s»ia> "alacc LjinJja. lii?*;t'...e»t '.iiu*t;ja la England. Imv%:: uarii«u». Uoardirs i-.-tt. ; fr-jm Uii p.r <tay. Siif'-:.*. i«rir>* for laxs-> l>»rf.f*». ■ *at«ai lr»:a ••rvtco fjr City and W»n* End ....:iH3 EUBOPEAIN RAILWAYS. MIDLAND RAILWAY. 'Ill* l'n u.i-«iu» Koiite •( U-«at Britain. Tie must HMTCSUag *:>.. p.^Uiji.j- ru*.« :,-..'iasn th» cac.re of £asl*na. IMfKu.il' EJk^'rttaa aEii- I ViCEd J-IVBiU'vOL tC«atx*i> u» LOXiJoN a.u4 FRttf- ClP.vI. Ti'W.Ns*. uod UVERj-OoL ti.-.ui.».i io tUut l»rt B»H*KFAW. LUNCHEON at DININfI C A list aad rHROt'GH CAr.lll.vaCs brl«Hi> i-IVKRi-OOL. i (Central) aad LONDON (at l-tncrui TilitvjfciH • t:-"::et* !•> London, pvrts A aa ait ba*>- O.At>C CHECKED '.hroujh from h>tt«l. ruldfiict a* pl?r :n >!»■ York lo any y*r\ of London. Apply fjr fuiU«% i.iue _ii ■!-•». tiiai». Ac . to the Company* £■*»- ! »rr.«rr At;nt». Jle..r». T Cook * Son. H] and '.Hi Bro*dwi> and «49 Mu<llaua-a.v«.. and to Urart Twasi U»dowa * Co.. 17 B*«v«r St.. Midland Agenta for ! Tr-'.*> T.'iSe, (or fralcht rate* to ail part* of Or~l I Britain. Foreign Bescru. Hotel Continental. 't««t tairlNi an/I ta—twj— Hl. ***** la Pavftv alialaw l*<t 1- atloa aad ttme.t vWw. ••rrlooklojc Tailnlsß Kantoaa. atoaaa awas tariaghai see ailiaSs waws- SSSBBBj FRANCE. BEl.it j M i HOLLAND Grand Hotel PARIS RCULEVA3O UEs CAPUtIRU A*3 PI.AC 2— 0- L'OPERA. I.CCO ROC ¥3 Y»iTH P??;»ATE BAThS. TARIFF 01 AFPLCATICH. DARIS (F»TOXlta Arsclcaa Ecus*.) Hotel Chatham. PARIS. Eotci fie I'AtIICQCC I 15. RUE SCRISS. S OPPOSITE THE GkAND OPBafA. Th« Modern Hotel of Parii. fi. AstMBstliSTEK. Haoa«er. HOTEL DE LILLE ET f fiLBIGM, HOTEL DE LILLE ETrtLBIOIL S>. Sna Honor*, cum to rlic* Tsadoaw. ft. obmbV AS ■extern i!np'oT»Tr.sr.t«. ■•arr boats cmatori. Lama »-«« »««t»crmnt, lunctMnaa and «iMn a* in* via* or a la ■nT Ttaura— . iuLL+t.mio». 9Amim.-Bmn «>asia rraarwJMS. iote! da Palais He >t^ Uxr^hem: ross* troni4tra.;w*^^TTd tOtn BRUSSELS .^■"'"JK HOTELS IN GERMANY, AIX-LA-CHAPELLE Nuellens Hotel DRESDEN. HOTEL BELLSVUE ■awtlniruLshed House of old reputation. L aisjsaß pwiittei. R. Roanefeld. (lea. ALussCssV HOTEL De RUSSIE, S: 1 " !• Munich, WIESBADEN, Hotel acLi«c. Nassauer»Hof Hotel ACSTKIA AND SWITZERLAND (AUSTRIA) VIENNA *1-r - A^LrlUl^Si^ totetria. 1 HOTEL BRISTOL Laested oa the Fashionable Ksratbcrrt&s. «a« the favorite resort of Anwticasjsv P«r« tsd Fmrt Cquim ssd ccotee wLus. BUDAPEST BUDAPEST HUNGABIA 60 HOTEL HUNGARiA tir»t-t:a.s* Hotel with Panoramic View aver the Ddauoe. tv»r> modern contort. Exclusive Ameri can & In ,ii*ji potroaagi. OtAKLES J. 81250 L Manager, :armeriy of Imperiat Hotel. Vieaao. "M URICH (year round) Baflr au Lac. ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCS Rome, Italy. H Grand B-iotei, OPEN THE YEAI BOUND. The most beautiful and comfortable Hotel in Italy. Electric light throughout. American elevators. Charming Suites with bathrooms attacheJ. Under the same Direction as THE SAVGY HOTEL LONDON. Gemoa. »,zzrz^ _ "EDEB PAUSE." boiiau ""sirs^ssr*" MILAN """siS^JSSr- IkHlla UN. «ls sells U« M ill HOTEL DE LA VILLE MILAN, Palace Hotel iflMEj New Hote!. Cpeo ani best poAstion. IKp Facing Central Railway Station. AH a** " moiJera Improvement*. Ora»j Kail. Gar Jen. Two hlevstors. Electric Light Ol Heated thrnu^hout. FRENCH PISTAiJBIHT. RAILWAY QFFIS^ EUCH£R-DURRER. Progn^top. Rome, Italy. Cd Hotel Quinnal OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. Utghl? --".u:«J and £»ahioo^i!>!«> !•« clasa Qotrl la »■» hroitnir. .n.l Dur.t *»rt ,f «.,:«. Tv",, LilaS rcimfurt iui>t laxury. l.nimi 11^1!. E*u»«l. i»-i--.- .TtTL-* fiiiMr rrrfwi •»ailuttoi»- ••••««• wa ll:.!! «■..%.«• FRE.xrr Ttr<«T\rir%_xT »Tr\>! iir.%r THcniGHorr YEN IOC m ZZ~F GRAND MOTEL m WST' Hit » r.-i.-ii: sue > .' *n> «•( a, Fwx'tsj. •at »a* uriuul Caaiu. 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