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WILL DRIVE OUI DIVES.
Congressman Bennet on Results Ex
-peeled from AmbUr-Prentice Bill
Congressman William S. Bennet. chairman of
th© Committee of Fourteen, who has Just re
turned to this city alter clx weeks at Albany,
bell&vea that 75 per cent of the disreputable
hotels of th« city will be driven out of business
by tha Ambler-Prentice I>M. supr'emented next
May by the new Raines bili^He is satisfied
that thee« measures, which passedthe AssembJy
on May I, will be signed immediately by the
Governor. To Bee that the bills will be effec
tive when established a«= laws the committee will
stay In existence indefinitely. Mr. Bennet said
yesterday:
The Raine* bill provfOa* foe the inspection of
buildinps before licenses are issued. It was
whtn that bill fail«*d to paea the legislature
before May 1 that we had the Ambler-Pren
tice bill introdu This bill provide! that in
19(3 any taxpayer may petition the Special
Deputy Commissioner of Excise to have sus
picious Rain^a law hotels investigated as to their
compliance with the demands of the Buildings
Department and the rules of the Raines law.
Where hotels are found to ue- disregarding either
■et of requirements their licenses may be re
voked.
\Ve arc satisfied with the legislation we have
obtained, although we may have some amend
ments to the Raines bill to offer In the fall. Th"
Ambler bill Is the strongest measure that the
legislature could pass. The committee Intends to
begin fllliur petitions for the ittveetlgatlon of cer
tain *iu.«rpiclotis places •within a month after th*
G<r,ernor signs the bilL The Governor gave us
every assistance in his power in our attempt to
get the Ambler bill through tho legislature. He
signed an emergency message for us at 9:30
o'clock at night.
Tammany Hall has-ifar years charged the Re
. publican party wTULxe.Eponsibillty Tor the Balnea
law hotels. When the ra embers of that or
gadcatlon and the rest of the Democrats of the
fit*.te had a chance to do away with such hotels
they refused to prolit by it. No Democrat, so
far aa is known, voted for either the Raines or
the, Ambler bilL The motion to defeat the Ralnea
bill in the Assembly was made by Mr. Palmer,
the Democratic leader, and another Democrat
mafte a Eimllar motion regarding the Ambler
l;ili. The Republicans voted, for both measures
almost tmanlrnoualy. It was the T>emocratlc op-
' position which prevented the Balnei bill from
becoming a. law before May 1, by which time
the- owners of the Balnea law dives obtained
lloens»'-s for-airother.year.
DENOUNCES SOCIALISTS.
Samuel Gompcrs Says Tlicy Would
DcstroyTrade Unionism.
Th& - movement axnong the socialists, headed by
Eus;er.« V. I>et>s and others, to form tho Industrial
.. to fiowr. Samu.il C^sxnpers, has roused Pres
:-i. :.i Oompors and the executive oouncU i
Axrierican Federation of L^bor to action. The lat
ter sent resolutions to the affiliated unions In NTew-
Tor-k and aUewhen jesterday, denouncing the
movement ai an attemj t to cauae divisions in the
ritnks of labor.
Debs also came out yesterday with a virulent
attack on Gompsrs. lie accuses the executive
. council of Urn American Federation of L.ibr>r of
virtually killijip the strike of the American Rail
way Union in IBM, which was ordered by Debs and
prnvt-i! a failure.
L Among tha labor leaders la York, who he-
X long to the American Federation of bor, there
I] are several members of Pebs's Social Df-mocr-atic
y party. They say they will stay in the American
Kf-o^ratlon Of Labor, but they are as ready to at
tack Gompers as any nnc Jn a statement to the
• K< w-Yi rk and other, Eastern unions Mr. Grompers
yesterday Mid his organization was not fiphting
. socialism, but thr- "pernicious activity of socialists,
■who fern to h.-iv made thc-ir particular mission in
life to either dominate or divert or destroy the
trade unions."
RICH WOMAN ELUDES DETECTIVES.
Mrs. Fitzgerald. Who Seeks Divorce, Secured
Evidence Unmolested.
[{SY T/:i.EGI.AI"I! TO THi" TRinU.VE.]
Pittsbure." May 6 — It came out to-day that Mrs.
• Li'la Xiccols Fitzgerald, irba is suing- her wealthy
.' husband for divorce before the I»ndon courts, and
, who is Ithy in hor own ripht. recently paid a
visit to her olii horn'». at rjntontown. to g-athcr up
the last bit of evidence needed in her suit. Only a
few of h<?r modt intimate friends faw her while
her*. Captain Fitzfr<-rald manifested a lively In
terest in his wife's visit, so In Xew-Tork. two <]o
teclives in his employ singled her out, and took
th.^ train she did out of Xew-Tork. At Pittsburg
she did not co to a hotel, l.ut threw off her i>ur
nuers by stoprlng- overnight at the hous ■ of a
friend, and two days later finished her business at
Uniontown.
Mrs. Fltzpcrald Is the only daughter ot her
wealthy mother, Mrs. Lenora Niccola, a sister of
J. V. Thompson, th^ banker, of Uniontown. She
also inherited a fortune from, her father. John A.
NU colf.
HAS FAITH IN NAN PATTERSON.
Commander Eva Booth Believes Her Inno
cent of Young's Murder.
After a lor.p visit to Miss Nan Patterson in the
Tombs yesterday. Commander Kva Booth expressed
her belief In the girl's Innocence of the murder of
"Caesar" Young.
"I do not believe the girl is a murdereas," she
eald. "She Is built of far higher material than is
usually found In persons -who commit such crimes.
I certainly believe her Innocent.**
Dr. O'Hanlon. the coroner's physician who testi
fied In favor of tho prosecution, cam>- out with a
remarkable statement yesterday, in which he said:
I«*ow that the trial is over. I (eel free to Bay that
I all alonsr believed the revolver fiom which the
trullet w-at» fired was In the hands of Yountr. My
reason is based on the powder marks found on one
of Young's r:.-.g..-rs the day he was killed.
At the last trial Dr. O'Hanlon declared his opln
.lon expressed before the first trial, that Young had
committed euidde, was "not the one I hold now."
Previous to her conversation with illss Booth
Miss Patterson was visited by her counsel, Mr
Levy and Mr. O*Beill}'. The latter went through
h«-r larjre mail in order to keep any letters from
cranks from reaching her. Although her mall wag
■unusually larK 1 -, there was Dothlng unpleasant
found In It yesterday. Siie was In koo«' spirits
yesterday and almost entirely recovered from her
collapse following the trial.
ERIE'S SPEEDY FERRYBOAT.
Th* Erie's new ferryboat ■;•«:. ■ m \\>.irs the
"n*w broom" nailed to her pilot house, in token
of hay::.*- won the tiUe of -"the fastest ferryboat In
New-York Harbor." Her-spwd was shown at a
r*c»nt trial of Elx hours between the W!.:!.
ferry landing and St. George, on Staten Island. It
was a Usl over a measured course for the benefit
OftlM city offletala who are to manage the Staten
Island fern. Her average for eight trips was "2
rninutfts and 40 second.',, which Is better bj more
tlum five minutes than the tlm<Ua:>le calls for The
boat cost nearly $3SO.t.Mi, and Is one of the type to
b* og«d t.y the Eri« In the future '^
COMMEW'UI. RATIM.S
may im<-rr%t you; if m>. voloable au»Ularr inlormatlun
may he found In The Tribune* dally record of Jud«
tnrats and SHlidird iads-int-ut k.
MASINE INTELUGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise 4Jj3,Suiibet 7:01; Moon tets B:4S|Mx>on'» age 4
HIGH WATEK.
A. M— Sandy Hook 9:11 .Gov. Island 9:15! Hell Gate 11:08
r. M — Sandy liook S»:33,tivv. l»la-id S»:42,llell Gate 11^5
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
J£M«rt! From. Line.
•J J iini Wlliem H*>t:, April C 7 D W I
•Nt*-York S<.uthair.pton. April 2U . . AtnrricaD
•L'mtrla Uverv^ol, April 28 Our.anl
"Cltta oi Napoll Genoa. April M Italian
•VjUraltala* Hh-., f . April M Frenc.i
V j*onl» Uibraliar. April 23 <'unurd
*'««"; Qihralur A,.,,l 23. Ar^fcJr
p1X1«!« ••liu.aow. April — : Allan-State
uT'™ Hamburg. April -:. Hamb-Am
SISXf; GiMaltar. April 25 N ■; LJojd
umeujtr . Hamburg. April 27 Hamb-Am
MONDAY. MAY I.
•Finland" 1 Ro»t«r«lsm. April 2» Holland-Am
•:> Ai,ril a* KM Siar
IgS^?*^^ • ' •• ' : \P* <^ i » I°v1 °v Ap^" ■2s.'.v::::. p^ i d
tm%VSCf ■■■■■■■■■? May 4 Ward
lrV2 » Hermuja. May 4 Queoec
ortt J^ Mataaias. Mar S Mun^n
CltjofMaron S&vst.nah. May 5
&SE£ POU " ir ni '^- April 29. .. .;;Atiai!icT^.^
■ 3 «
"•' ve -- on ' *»3 - Morgan
IIJESXJAY. MAY b •
'hJ??** 11 * 11 Bremen. May 2 N o Uoy<l
•Roma. Naples. April 27 Fa bra
•Asicrta Glasgow. April 29 AncbSr
Brooklyn Advertisements.
"Greater New York's
Most Helpful Store/
It is- not alone our location less than a dozen minutes- ride
from the Manhattan end of the Brooklyn Bridge— at the junc
tion of Flatbush Avenue and Fulton Street with the elevated
train* stopping in front of us and every important surface car
line leading to our doors— which has made this known as "Greater
New York's most helpful store." That's only one reason—an
other is that tec deal in pleasant surprises— the garments and
fabrics we sell are always up-to-the-mode—and ice mark our
wares at a margin of profit smaller than does any store in
Brooklyn! The following mention indicates some of the savings
you may achieve to-morrow at this store:
Muslin Underwear — The Sale Progresses!
To-morrow morning the muslin underwear which is on sale will be reinforced by fresh, new garments.
Buying will be of the briskest kind — for such prices — when the character of the underwear is considered emphat
ically unusual.
FOR 17c— WORTH 29c. FOR 25c— WORTH 39c. FOR 39c— WORTH 59c.
Corset Covcr^French . trimmed with lr , . Corset Covers low necked, with yoke of lace In- ! Corset Covers, i™ necked, trimmM bark and
Corset Covers— French shape, trimmed with In- „„;,„ andedfte of front, with two Insertl r.s two bMdinsa, Ia - c «• s g.j
bfcrtJonjs an o ofd f eder of lac^. deep cambrfo rum.. ££SKK ST*""" *"P" P CambrlC rUffl6> and ribbon Iffi "^ ?£ °'
I**™, of musUn. with „e P cambric rutfe. ESSSSZ ££*"* "* """^ '^ ESSM SS? ™^ """' °' UWB
FOR 75c WORTH $1.10. j Sff^sss&S " are n k< *- fln "
FOR 48c — WORTH 69c. GOWNS In a number of Btyles, made of .off „ 4i .
camhrif. with insertions of ribbon run beading an<l ; FOR 98c. — WORTH $1.40.
rndereWrts of >!»f«wMjrht nurilM j. with umbrella I lace edge. ; GOWNS of soft finished oflmbrlr square r^ k .
rufT.e of lawn and hemstltcnad tucus. . OTnKRS wlth wide embroidery beading and rib- finished with ribbon-run ||ng, tuckl and lace
Govrns of lightweight muslin. V or f>Tjar e neck. ! bou. 1 erig*
trimmed with Insertion of lace or embroidf-ry and ; PETTII OATS of cambric with umbrella flounce. PETTICOATS of cambric, with umbrella flounce
hemstitched ruff.r.. ! tu.-ked with wide ruffle of open embroidery. ot hemstitched tucked lawn.
ChlMren's Parasols 49c to $2.25
Men's Pajamas, regular f 1.25 and 11.50. for 95c
Men's Negligee Phlrta, repular $1.50, for... 98c
Men's X!ght Shlrtn. regular 750 and 85c, for 50c
Men's Rain-Proof Coats, regular $10 to $15.
for $7.95
Men's Half Knse (\-ltalltj-), 2 pr. fnr
JOURNEAY& BURNHAM.
26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 40 Flatbush Avenue* Junction with Fulton Street
315, 317, 319, 321, 323, 325 Livingston Street.
Excursions.
EUROPEAN
ACCOMMODATIONS ! !
FOR INDEPENPKNT TRAVEL. OR
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURS—
now subject to choice of selection.
Write for Booklet
"RED LETTER DAYS ABROAD,"
r.:ainlr.p fill Information a3 to dlff»rpnt
tours, or call and si c what we have to offer in
steamship borths, at mil I mum rates, for Individual travel.
THOS. H. HENDRICKSON'S
RAILROAD. STEAMSHIP AND TOURIST OFFICE,
843 Fulton St. & Sl4 Wanhinston St.. Brooklyn. N. T.
'ajtle Havana, May 6 Ward
i St Crolx, May 4 Quel»eo
Rk) Qrande BruriHwlrk. May ('■ Mallory
fan Marcos Oalves) m, May's Mallory
■• Kurfuerst. I Til 28 N '1 Uoyd
an Ltverpi ■ 1 April 29 White Star
WEDNEBDAT. MAY 10.
•Mni<-ettc L,lverp<x)l. May 3 White Ptar
*Caronla Liverpool, May - Cunard
Thespls Barbados. May 2 —
emonte Naples, April 24 Italian
\!bort Genoa, April 27 NO Uoyd
Antonio Lope*. . Cadiz, \\:\\ :;>>
...Galvesl n. May 3 Mallory
' Galveston, Muy 4 Morgan
THURSDAY, MAY 11.
•Grenada Grenada, May 3 Trinidad
i Naples, A;r:l 27
At, erica Fayai. May 1
•Brings mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
MONDAY, MAY 6.
Vessel
Vessel. For. Line. ■ Malls close. sails.
Orizaba, Colon. Panama . , B:30 a m lWpn
Princess Anne, Norfolk. Old ! ■- Inlon 3:00 p m
TUBSDAT. MAY 9.
X "W d>r Grosse. Bremen, N G Lloyd o:;riam 10:00 a m
l'rir.z Oecar. Naplei Hamb-A:n Lo:3oam I OOpn
D&Kgry. Yuratan. \Vard 12:00 m 8:00 d m
Bovlc, i., . rp. -. White Star - 10:00 am
Ultonla, fSlbraltar. Cunard 3:00 ptn
Apache Jacksonvillp. Clyde 3:'X>pm
** nroe. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:00 pm
**~~* WEI>NE9I>AY. MAY 10.
Oceanic. Liverpool. White Star (l:0O»m 0:30 a m
Ryndam, tardam Hol!anfl-Am . .. 7:30 am 10:00 am
U»lllEOlav, CoponliaKt-.n, Scand-Am. . .11 :00 a m 2:oi>pm
Kardi-Knc. Naples, Italian B:3oam ll:wam
Cltta di Napoll, Naples. Italian . ... B:80 m ll:i*)»m
Valdivia, Hi-.v:l. Hamb-Am 6:80 am 12:00 ni
HiTf.kc*. Hanto Domingo. Clyde 12*pia 3:00 pm
Mnmanlllo. Santiago. Ward 12:00 m 8:00pm
l'rin? Uillprn r. Haytl. DW 1 10:00 a m 1:00 v m
Comua, Orleans, Morgan 12:00 m
Alamo. Galveuton. Mallorv 3:00 pm
Iroquola, JaeksonviUe Clyde • 3:<k»->m
HomiHon, Norfolk, Old l>«")mlnlon 3:oopm
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New-York, Saturday. May 6, 1905.
Ail;
Steair.er Arkansas (Danj. IVtersen. Btettln April 14 and
Copenhagen If", to Funon. Kdvc •■- «'o. Arrived at the Har
I: '.* ■ :u.
St tamer La Touralnf, from Havre Outside the Bar it
5:84 p m.
K:*ani-r Slanoa Br), Fraser. Martinique April 18, St
Lucia lit, IVmerara. 2S, Dominica is ar.d Antigua and St
Kltts «".t. to A r: < mterbrids" * <-"o. with malls and mlse.
Arrived at t!:e By at 'J:'io a m.
Steamor Vi(fllamla, Knishl, Vers Cruz April 27 and
Progreso May 2. to Jam«iS E Ward A Co, with 85 pas
sengers, nuU I Ami indf>». Arrived at the Bar .it S:3oam.
Steamer Alamo. Avcry. Galveston April Lit. to C H
MaJlory * Co with pat?*ng«>rs and mdse. L*ft Quaran
tine- at 6:S!V a. m.
Ftoamer Bl Porado. Prescr.tt, New-Orleans May 1. to
the Southern I'arlfic Company, with mdse. Left Quar
antine at D:So a m.
£tea.mer Apache. Staples, Jacksonville May 3 and
Charleston 4. to William P Clyde & Co, with ■sengers
and mas.-. Lrft Quar.-.nimn at 9:07 i m.
Ste-axn«r Cltj of Memphis. Bun Savannah May 3. to
the Ocean Ss Co. with sugers and mdse Passed
Qoarantine at r, a m.
Steamer Perthshire (DO, Cremer. Shields Aprt! 21. to
Brit. P tter .v Hughes, Limited, in bajlast. Arrived at
Uie B«r si B0 ji m.
Bteari*r Im Toiiraine (Ft), Fajn'.le. Havre April 29, to
the Onmpsgnle Oenerale TransatlantUjCf . with 190 cabin
and 74G sv-fraße passenKers. malls and mdoe. Arrived at
the Bar at f.:f.2 ;i in.
Steamer A!p<»r:a (Br). Arnoit. 1-kI April 15 and
Naj>!ef 18. to Henderson Brothers, with 6 cabin and I.OM
•te«r4ifif* paiti*'' r.jjers ajid riiut**. Arri\ed at the liar at C
p m.
Steamer Cieiifu»KOS (Cuban), Ekerman. Clenfuegos April
29, to James E Ward & Co, with m.ioe Arrived at the
Isar at ■ p m
Stfcamer Trinidad cKr). Williams. Bermuda May 4. to A
E Outerbridge & Co, with llf. passengers, malls and
m<iti Arrived at the Bar at « p m
.Sandy Honk. NJ. May r,, i. •■„, r — Wind south, mod
erate, cloudy and foeey offshore.
SAILED.
Steamers Mesaba (Br), for London; Bt Paul. South
ampton, via Plymouth end '"herb-'.urg: Caledonia (Er),
tJliui«r'w, Zeeland (Br), Aniwerp. via Dover; N.xrr.t«an«>*it
(Br). London; Maru-i Calvo (Span) Cadiz, etc; Zulia, U
Guayra. etc; Coarno Ponoe. etc: Mexico. Havana; Maraval
(Br). Grenada and Trlcldad: Py4na (Br). Mlramlchi. N B;
Jamestown. rfoll id Newport News; Concho. Key
'•'■'•■ Galveston; City of Atlanta, Savannah: Campania
(Br). Liverpool; El Dla, Galveston- E! Monte, New-
Orleans; Hero >Nor). B*n«; N'avahoe. "WUmlngton sjij
O«ori;eu)wn. and Chnsaj»ak«, Baltliriore.
tfEW-TOKK 'DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY. 7. 1905
Brooklyn A dvertisements.
Specials for To-Morrow<
* Linen Lawn Linings. 40-lr.<?h. at 12Vi<* |
Stationery. SO envelopes and 50 sheets pape.r.
■worth 40c, for 25<>
60 cards, engraveil, for 79c
Dinner China. $12, 118. $19 and $35 sets, for
$7.98, $12, $14.98 and $27
Handkerchiefs, pure linen 12V;C
Fancy Stock Collars 25c to 60c
, Embroidery, Tic value, at 50c '
FOLLOW THE YACHTS
t OCEAN RACE
FOR THE
GERMAN EMPEROR'S GUP
TAKE THE
YACHTSMAN'S STEAMER
CEPHEUS
IvavinK W. 22d St Pier at 10:4,'. A M
Leaving Battery Park Pier at 11:15 Shaip.
Music by the
OLD GUARD BAND.
Parties under special escort will leave tho
Eastern Cities, ila.y 24, July S and 21, for a tour
through the
Canadian Rockies,
THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST,
ALASKA
YELLOWSTONE PARK,
Th© Wonderland of America.
THE
To the Park and return, July 8, 21. Aug. 12
and Sept. 11.
To the Park, Utah and Colorado, Aug. 12.
To the Park, Pacific Northwest, California,
and Grand Canon of Arizona, Sept. 11.
To Europe, May 20. June 13. 22, July 5. Aug.
1 an.l 5.
Grand Tour Around the World. In September.
Summer Tours to Leading Eastern Resorts.
Railroad and Steamship Tickets to all points.
Traveler's Condensed Guide, containing much
Information relating to travel, can be had on
application.
i3~ Send for circular, mentioning trip desired.
Raymond & Whiicomb Co.
25 Union Square, New York.
Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Chicago, Etc.
VIA ERIE RAILROAD ff g* f\(\
Tickets good eoing May 27- JS B M 11 11
•»: I^«»e Chaiuhers St *•* U* W W
t.OO A. M.. 7.30 P U., »ntf ,7a
» IB P. ||.; leave West 23d K&
Bt o minutes earlier, snd
Jersey City 15 minutes later. Retuntrnc lea^e
Nlag*:a Ksll* on or before Tu»»dty Ji«T 30.
Pullir,»r< aceoßiraod&tlorig and urksta at fol
lowing office*: MS. 115 S. 237. J«!, sod M Bread
#way. 21 fortlajidt St.. ;» I'nlon
XTstSj i Square. 273 We«t llSth St.,
yoHuRsX. r "himo*ra St. and Wut 2M
•idsli^dTSv St. Ferries, New Tork : 33J
Vl4 lllsWX*** Tulton St., and 3»0 Broad
ygd/BSBy way. Brooklyn; aim at New-
ark, Hoboken. and Jersey City
ticket olftcea.
Ocean Steamers.
El fl fQjfrnrUjf? Tourß July l. by speciaUy chartered
lUJ hiIUJ r U n ' w - fast B - B - "'"aU-donia," (0.4t>0
li=>KzJ\l\iViLia lin tona ) i v!a Glasgow, IMS. with at
tractive slde trips. Exceptional advanta««-a. Send for
j.r.jgrM-m.
PRANK C. CLARK - - - 113 Broadway New-York
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Liverpool, May s— Arrived, st««mer Armenian (Br).
BtadnelS. Sew- York; tith. sailud, steamer Lucania
<Un. Watt. New-York.
Scllly, May — Passed, steamer Toronto (Br). Clark.
New-Yoik for Gra-vestrnd and Hull.
Plymouth. May 8, 5:86 p m— Arrived, steamer Phlludei
phia. Mills. New-York for Cherbourg and Southamp
ton <sr.d pr"ce«dMl).
Southampton. May 8 Sailed, steamer St Louis Jamison
New- York via Cherbourg iaii.i pa»*ed Hurst CastJe
1:35 p mi .
Antwerp, May 3— Sailed, eteanierm La Camplno (DutcM
OortLgie*«, New-York; Vadcrland (Belg). EhofT. New"
York.
Havre, May ti, 11 a m— Sailed, »t*:un«rs La Savole (Fr>
Polrot, New-Tork; noon. I*l U&jcogne (Fr). Fournler'
New-Tork
Gibraltar. May 6—6 — Passed, steamer Lombardla (Ital)
•."anzonerl. New-York for Naples and Genoa
Por.ta FVrrarla. May fr- Passed (previously), steamer
Trotlc tlir). Beaiby. New-York for Naples and Genoa
Trieste. April 30— Sailed, steamer Teresa (Aust). Peralcl
New-York. '
Su»z. May — Arrived, steamer St Flllon* (Br), iJalgiiech
Hong X.on( ..* Colombo etc, for New-Torfe "
Calcutta. April 16 — SaJled, er«i.nifr M&shona illr) Purcell
Boston and New-York, '
Bt Thomas. Vlay 6 — Arrived, steamer Kontabella (Br>
Mai. New-York for l»eiuerara via ports.
lovtoo, Muy t\ -^iiitied. strainer Mlnnehaba (llr). Robln
son. New-Tors.
Queenstown. May 6. 10:03 a m— Sailed, steamer Cedrlc
(Bri, Hadd -k (from Uv«rp'>ol). H«w-Totk; 3:24 r» n >
arrived, steamer Etrurla tl*r), Potter. New- York fur
Liverpool (and proceeded).
Fastnet. May ■. Passed, steamer Tltlaa fßr), Am«v
New-York for Manchester. y "
Movllle. May U — Sutled, steamer Columbia (Br) Wada
worth (from Glaafow). New Tors
Chrlatlanla, May 2 — Arrived, steamer Louisiana (Dam
Andersen. New-Tork f.-r Oopenhaseo *•
•-Xit*v»ii. May 3— 6ail«l, steamer Phasbus (Ger) fiohier
Li/rw. Naw-York.
Wach Fabrics, from 15c to 19c values.
at 9c to 19c
Laces, 3 to 4 Inches wide, value 25c. at.... 10c
Stockings, special at l&o
Toilet Sets. $4 to $9 value, at 52.85 to $8.75
Ta.M» Linens at special prices.
Union Suits. 76c grade, for 50c
Ribbons. 49c to 29c value, at 29c to 19c
rsions.
TUESDAY,
MAY 16
Boat <f9 £T/)
Tickets >PZ*>J\J
Now on SoLle
AT TYSON'S, Mh aye..
and principal hotels, Mc-
Biide's. & Heumann's.
280 Broadway, and Har
lem Casino. 124 th St., 7th
. aye.
Refreshments at city
prices.
Michael Heumann, Ca
terer.
HOTEL ASPINWALT
O. D. SEAVEY,
LENOX. MASS. I
May 30 to Nov. 1.
Dry, Cooi. Invigorating Climate — Pure Water
New York Office, Murray Hill H<-, f( »l
BEKKSHIKK HILLS.
THE MAPLE WOOD,
PITTSFIELD. MASS.
WILL OPEN, jine IST.
Send fo>* 1905 Booklet before looking elsewhere
AKTIIUR W. PLUMB. PROP'R.'
STOCKBRIDGE g?.H
MASS Superh Golf Course. Two Finely
mHWtfl Appointed Hotels in the Berk-
UM) I ION hireS BeSt ° f S rvice Spring.
BWV IJU> Summer, Autumn.
IX > '- N Y. Office:
„,,..,.,,- Hotel Longacre. W. 47th St.
lItATON AU( , n T Treadway. Prop.
IIAiJ.. wm. O. Havlll, M«r.
soi'tii > -iH»F^^:
m f,
SI WE WISSE T
FALMOI TH. MASS.
Bathing-, Sailing, Plahln ennla Casino Good
roadß, perfect climate; net) tv idem hotel
« o , - ILi " vi:v * WOOD, Hotel Bellevue. B
2*l cith Aye. T*>l*phcne, IMB-Madlson
THE N'AXKPASIIKMBT
MARBI.EHEAI> NECK. MASS
Open Phimhinp and lighted throughout by Electrlcltv
Opens June 15th. Finest I^ratlo,, on the North Shore"
Bvery room has ocean view. Special rates for June
.■5C:.d for descriptive circular. E. O. BROWN Prop
GREENOCK INN.
LEB. Ma**. — T'p to data in every particular. Booklet
an<l rate upon nrpltratlon. Tha Pummer Resort In the
heiu-t of the Berkshire*. H. C. SAVAGE. Proprietor.
■VrORTHAMPTON, MASS.— FIRST CLASS FAMILY
-i-> HOTI3L: Weal location; all outside rooms; suhetantlal
table; moderate rate*.
THE NORWOOD INN.
AMKISICAN AM> FOREIGN TRACHKK9' AOEKCY
suppiies Professors. Teaehem. Tutors. Governesses, ete^
to Colleges, Schools and Families. Apply to
Mrs. M J YOUNO-FULTON. l!J ITnlon Squar*
THK E. MIRIAM COYRIKRE AGENCY. IM> Cth-ave..
-L Nsw-York City, makes a specialty of conscientiously
furnlßhine to parents full Information of Rood schools and
Instructors In all branches. Established ISSO.
\I'ANTFD, IMMEDIATELY.— Sev«raI teachers for S»p
t» tember vacancies; French. German. EnjrliKh Oov
ernessei for flrs: class engagements olfjr and country;
Vi-irlnfr Teacher; Companion: Mother's Assistant: Amer
ican Qovernes* speaking French; Nursery Governesses.
MISS DONOVAN'S EJDUCATIONAI. AGENCY.
30 Bast Hth Street.
Telephone 3217 Gramercy.
E»«at>il»he.l 18M
PATTERNS CUT TO YOUR EXACT MEASURES.
We cut pattrrns of -my design in any fash
ion book to your exact measures.
We have also on exhibition many elegant
styles which are never published anywhere.
Patterns of them for snle.
The Morse-Broughton Company,
:: East 10th St.
Between Uroadwsy and Fifth Aye.
Publishers of I.' Art de In Mods
V(\\t CATF A FEW SETS Or "AMERICA'S 3UC
rUXW OiliiL. CESBKUL IIKN." In two Ut|i vol
uuira with portrait*, coven ■ lU;hlly ••>t**<V but In ex
cellent condition; original price *a>; to dlepojy of quickly
will put the prW« »t tio per eet. Addreee HIUA New-
York Trlbun*.
Brooklyn A drertiscment*.
Summer Resorts.
MANS.U HI SKTTS.
Instruction.
For Botn S?xes— City.
LANGUAGES
TIIK BERXJTZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
rk: Madison 3qu.<rs (1.122 Broadway),
Brooklyn Branch 7". Court Street.
S-T,f"ls i.r'<-n aU Suri'.Tia.-. — Tnal lessom free
School Agencies.
Teachers' Agencies.
Teachers.
Books and Publications.
Spring Resorts.
NEW-JERSET.
Stone, Iron and Slate Construction.
Open All the Year. Capacity 600.
IVlarlborough House, atlantic ct v *
«-*» Prr-^mlnent for fu
Location — A whole block on tho beach fror.* In the cer.tr* of the principal hotel distrut. Oecan v!»* ttaejiv
structed by storea, pavilions or piers.
Convenience* — All comforts and conveniences, lncluitr« hot »r.l coM ssa wat« In all ba'.m Long Dlsrane
Bell Telephones and running ice water in the rooms. Vaiel and lad!«s - maid «»rvl?e
Music ßy high-grade artists every day In the year. This Is a special feature which Is deservedly a-
elated. "*
(iolf. Automobilins;. Varhtlof;. I»rt\inc- Owner. hip Management
JOSIAH WHITE & SONS.
RET HOTEL PIERREPONT
Hi .-in Knil New .lerney Aye., Atlantic Tity. N. J.
Kooms en Bulte. with salt water baths. All modern
aopolntments. Music. Auto meets train.
A. C. M'CLELLAN * SON
THE ALBEMARLE.
Virginia Aye . Atlantic City. N. J.. i,»,ir the Ocean, mnst
popular section. Elegant mo lern hotel, new throughout.
Ccpacity 4W. Fine, lariri: rooms, prlvat- baths, steam
heat, elovatnr. etc. 4.000 ft. nun parlors and y rches. Or
chestra: frequent social features. Superior table and ser
vice. Special Spring termi |8, $10. $12 "<>. *ir. w»»kly;
$2 up dafiv. Number of desirable steam heated rooms at
tne $s rate during May and June. Booklet
j p. COPE.
HOTEL MORTON,
Vligtnla Aie.. i«r Uwn>, AlUntlc City. N. J. • *pe>»
•i; t ti.-. yen:. Fire Tabl* Suites, with prlvar* l»-..
Handsome)/ Kturnlsbed. Ferret • »anltary arrangemea;*.
E!'»»t'jr to *ll .toora. Special raio fur Wloter. Capactt}
sno.
MRS. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Propct.Ur.
HOTEL TRAYMORE,
ATLANTIC CITT. N J.
Open all year. Directly on Ocean Front. Running water
In bedrooms. Hot and Cold Salt and Fresn Water B&ths.
Water from own artesian well. Improved sanitary sys
tem. Gui! club privileges.
TK4YIIUHK HOTEL. COMPANY.
D. 8. WHITE. Pre«lder,c
THE ST. CHARLES
Most select location en the ocean front. With an estab
lished reputation for ex^iusl\eness and hlxh class patron
age. Hot and cold ealt and fresh «at^r in every bath.
Liong distance telephone In rooms. Artesian water. Cour
teous service. Golf privileges. Illustrated booklet. Or
chestra of soloists. Koom plans, rates, etc.. can be seen
at 2SO Fourth Aye. NEWI.IN HAINES.
HOTEL RALEIGH
Ocean End St. Charles Plac«\ Atlantic City, N. J.
Capacity 400. Modern In all appointments. .->r/ ■• SJH
cuisine fir*t class Bleratar to streei level Private baths.
Rooms en suit." Electric 'bus meets trains. Booklet.
Ne-w-York office. 280 4th-ave C. C. SKIN'S".
The Irvington.
On the Beach at Virulnla- aye.. overk>oktn| Bnardwalk
and Steel Pier: very centre of all attractions. Modern
up-to-date hotel; capacity 3iio. Every comfort and equip
ment. Including elevator, steam heat, baths, sun parlors,
etc. Special reduced rare* to Spring guests. ** to $15
weekly. $3 up daily. Table and vice a feature.
Booklet. W. r. W \TTS.
G H A A^ N HOTEL UNO SANATORIUM I
t*IA.JL«Lr« AUVAVS UPEX. I
Atlantic City, Booklet. . 1
A". J. F. L. YOt'NC. Gfnf.r;l_Mi|najrr. I
BERKSHIRE IITN.
OCEAN END VIRGINIA AYE , ATLANTIC CITT. N J
Open view |& to $15 weekly. (2 to f3 dallj: capacity.
800; elevator, private baths; lon* distance 'phones In
rooms, etc. J. O. & J. B. DTCKTNSON.
Summer Resorts. Summer Resorts.
|mE^|KCOUNTRY|
Half Rales zf Summer Home Seekers
ON SATURDAY, MAY 27TH, SUNDAY, MAY 2«TM,
AND MONDAY. MAY 29TM.
The Erie Railroad and N. Y. S. & W. R. R.
will sdl excursion tickets to points ■ the ciiswwi in oc Orir. Sollrnn tad
Delaware Counties. N. Y. and Piko, Wayne, and Monroe C mat i. Pa.
AT THE FARE ONE WAY.
Tickets will be good to return until W«daatia7, ilai 31st
Tb«ee tlckeu will be on sale at Brie Ticket offlces 399. US*. Ul, 36;. M BroaJwiy.
ti Cortianfit St. X talon Square 273 Weat 13eUi St. Chamborß ac.. au4 Weit 23<J St.
i errle« New York, jS3 and 8»» Fulton St. and 90 Creadway. Brooklyn. U2 River St,
Hobokea. Jersey City. Newark, and Patersoa Stations.
"Horal Hammer Hornet," ipoetaee S otatll "KUblnit ea the Plct»>
Erii-," (poetago 4 cents). Beautifully lflisßtratud booka tree on appiioatfon to ticket
agents, or by servdlne stamps tor post&go to
R H WAIjLACE. General Paeeenr^r A|*st. New Y.rk
XEW-JKKSKY.
HOLLYWOOD HOTEL
AND COTTAGES.
WEST END. LONG BRANCH. N. J..
Will open .Juno lAth. 160.%.
ss a summer and winter resort
on th« European plan.
Under the direction of Its original manager.
I.KON COTTKNTIN.
For all Information call or write th« Hotel, or M, T.
Office. J C. LYONS. 4 E. 42d St.
'''■"■. $ Iconic Branch : Ni Ww End.
Telephones JNJ N y c ty . 643S _ 38th St.
ELBERON HOTEL
AM» COTTAfiKS.
EI.BERON, N J.
Management of Ernest Frtbours.
late of Pelmonlco's. sole lessee and proprietor.
CAFE MIGNON
and ORILL ROOM now open. Telephone 321 West End.
SPRING LIKE, N. J., OCEAN FRONT.
Essex and Sussex
('pen Jane 1 Large Rf>nms Private Baths
Excellent Table AiteMan Well IVrfect I>ratna««
FIRXISHKII (Omi.ES. drainage.
B. ■ TRIE
I.OXf. BK.\( 11. I.ONti ISI \M.
LONG BEACH HOTEL
AND CORMsI
New T^rV: most popular family resort.
Impr.->v»d railroad accommodations; through tratns
45 minutes from New Tort City. Wall St. annex three
steamboats.
A. E DICK. Manager
N. T. ' Address. Hotel Sterling. 310 W. 66th St.
ASBURY PARK, N. J.
THE MINOT HOUSE
Now open.
Steam Heat Sun FarL.rs. Elevator.
SEA VIEW HOUSE,
Atlantic Htfthlands. N J Bstacl HosM c>«nforts
Overlooking ocean IM bay Spe^-lal rmes f..r May end
June. A. POPE. Prop
T^VKKETT HOUSE. Sparta Mountains N J opens
JOj June Ist. m«k<» early application f..r thU weli knowit
house; good rooma and <uliune. furnished cottages l)n
■rounds for housekeeping, or t«ble board at hotoL AiMre«a
BVERBTT HOUSE. Sparta. N J.
FURNISHED COTTAGES, with board: oottaxes $i»_
$175 for seaaoa: golf. V. MOLLOY. Murray Hill. N j7
,\ DVEKTISEMENTS and .übeenpuona for The Tribune
*\. rocolved at th»lr Uptown Offl:w. *nu«n«
No. 1.364 BROADWAY
Advertisements will be received at the fall , n,« branch
offices at regular ofpee rates until I o'clock p m y?«.
254 Stlwave.. a. c. co» 383-et . lfia 6th-*v«,. oor 12th-«t
vii b±*. l«tfe-et.. U57 W« *4d_«.. beuseen^h io4 kh
Spring Resorts.
NF.W -JERSEY.
HOTKI. BRADDOCK.
New York Aye. and Beacn. Atianllc City N J_p-'»
vator to street level |i per day up Spic'tal w-»ili r "
W. I. BRADDOCK.
THE PENNHTJRST,
Oc^an end of Mlchigan-av#.. Atlantic C;tv v j _■„-_
en suite, with baths Long distance leleph- r.e n -""
Elevator to street level. Booklet rrai:M W R. HOOD
HOTKL MAJESTIC.
Vl-Klnla Ay«. third hcujse from t'.««oh \tlant!c City N J
Special ra?»-e. »2 p-r day anl up»ai'd; |10 per iW and
upward. Elevator frum street .e\x::. Booklet rr.a >»i
.SAMUEL r. ELrJs:
HOTEL nrr><->LF. On the Beach Front. Arlantl- CIO
x - .J. J "ren ai: >-. <r American an.l Earopeaa
j.lan«. Hot and coid sea v a-r baths en suit- wit.i rcrrii
Special Spring rite* Orcr.e=t.-i. ■*■»—.
>- n. MYERsi.
I II i/I*HIAAI% Arnon? th« pints of New->r.
LfaSttWlflSll " y - • «MBl0(B»bto and hea:th
bnltkllUUUi ful w.rt»r and .prlng resort.
THK LAIREL. nOVSE.
A. J MLRPHT, Manager
lMfc. UIKU l\ lilt
Frank F. Shute, Managsr.
Reached by Sew Jersey Central Ra..r
Somerset Inn 19 but thirty-five miles
from New York; convenient Lackatvanna
ferries at Barclay and Christopher
Altitude 800 feet, every advantage ; no dis
comforts. Mr. Tuttle. the manager, may ba
reached on 'phone 7 B Bemard"ril!e. Bt, J.
VIKUIM.V
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS
NEW YORK OFFICE. 243 FIFTH AYE
Waters, baths, hotel and spring climate sowhen
•quailed. Rheumatljm. gout and nervous diseases cur^d.
Tomplete hjaro-therapeutl? apparatus. New »un paclor
and palm room. Golf, riding, drivlna an.l eutloor pas
tlriies. Compartment sleeper >avee New YorSt wecit <2av»
4:03 r M . ana arrlres Springs 9:30 A. M. Excursion
ticksts at C. * v. nfflce. 362 Broadway, and offices Pena
sylvania R R.
FRED. 3TERRT. Mana«»r Hot 9pria«s. Va.
fAMFORMV
California
Wher* you -an enjoy Boatln?. Bathics. Flshir.a:. GclSn^.
Rldlne. Driving. Ehootlng. Tennis, and a!l outdoor sports
Every I">«v in th» Year.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Operates <!ai!T from
NEW ORIKA.NS to SAN FRANTISCO.
Sunset Express
Traversing
LOUISIANA. TEX.%S, NEW MEXICO. ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA.
Inquire 340 or 1 Broadway, N*w Yoric
S I \V - H.^>l P>H 1 RE-
WHITE MT3
THE MOIST PLi: .IS
THE MOIST WASHISGTOS
THE GREAT HOTELS OF
Bretton Woods
ANDKRSCVN Jt PRICE. M«rr».
Railroad Statl n Telegraph. Telephone ar.d rX>«
Office Brettoo Wood*. N. H.
•-• -• ntatlve at 3 Park riac*. l»:W A. M to
l:0il P M After M "'■ M-. at Eretton Hall B""*»
* B*>th St.
New Y^rk Hotel. Florida Hotel*
Br*-tton Hall, T>e Ormon<t ill tM
B'way. ?*>th to S6th Sts. Inn-a:-Ormond-Beac>..
WAUMBEK SSr—
JEFFERSON, N. H.
I n SEASON JUNE TO OCTOBBB
Family cottages a special
feature Superb g^M Units
it,- and >thr«r attractive oui
lllc >f-door sports. Informa
tion an.l booklet. Ad-
White dresa untn June
A. J. MURPHY, Manager
ktt » . Laur House.
Mountains. Lak-^ N. J.
The Wentworth
New Castle, ..ffi^Ti
IS hours from Boetoa on North Shore, accommoriatl-r.*
for 400. Large or«.-h»»tru SplerdU golf link*. sr*n .
drives, bo«un«. bathing, s»'.mmtn« pool, fishing. c*nt.-»
far automoblllng. Addr<«s.
HARVEY & WOOD
Xcw Hotel Kcllevuc, Hiwton
281 3th- a^e. Telephone. ll*. 1 ' Mad »on.
WHITE MOUNTAINS. N' H
PROFILE EOUSE and 20 COTTAGES
(VnJucuxl for the comfort of a refined p*trina*j
B«*utlful walk*, ftne roads. GOLT. TENNIS. Bt^AT
INO. an.l all popular amusements. Location un»ur
paj««a.
Address C H ORBTCN President. •
Boston H.'tel. T^e Vendome. Com. Aye.
SANDWICH HOUSE
CE.NTER SANDWICH. V 11. ■ ___
White Mountain Region "SSS&T

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