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CONS DLTING PEDAGOGUE
Doctor Suggests New Method of
Dealing tdth A i 'if pica I Child.
Th«> pro!, km ( .i the :, < yj.io a l 'hild la probably
thoupl;t of by mosi people a? uri" with which
only educators ar<- concerned, but a"<iniirig to
Dr Maximilian Oroszmann, who yesterday :i<l
inwed tne New fork City Mother*' Club at
the Wiildorf-Apinr!;, on this subject, It is one
of Urn gravest and most vital problems of mod
ern society.
"If these children do not receive the |
training," Dr. Grosxmann said, "they grow up
\viih all their defects exaggerated, and not only
suffer al! their lives in consequence, but make
<>!h?r people puffer. There are thousands ai}.l
hundreds of thousands "f these people. Many
cf ihr:n :>.r<- exceptionally blight In some re
spects, and iliis brightness makes them leaders,
while then* dulneas In other way* makes them
dangerous leader?. They recruit ih<- ranks of
our pseudo- reformers, mir demagogues and <>ur
Cz^lgoszp. A lack "i' judKnif-f.t and decision \»
a mnrked rhar.ir tr-r:.<-tic </T this class of children
jltp. and tn ■ restaurant you mr, often
recopni7." the persons who have been atypical
I not receive ihe proper training
by the way they will vacillate I reen ball a
dozen different tables."
Persons usually think of tho child who is off
the normal as being backward", but thai is not
true t>y any moans. Recording to Dr. (Jroszmann.
I\e finfis thr.t the procorioiiF child "nrfds Ihdi
virtual attention quite as much as the backward
one.
•*i have ■ great pity.** he said, "for those chil
dren . ivhose briiehtnews in allowed to bldssani
forih prematurely iik-- a hothouse plant, :i puc-.
riflVe to th«- vanity of the parent. Such children
Instead of being r.'lowed to skip classes BhouW
bt» taken of school a while and allowed Lo .
rest a'T.i eft i>-;i!!i!iul physical exercise.'/ Their
health n*-.-ils CipAtial ntre. because they are usu
ally unhappy, particularly ii they are frirlK,
and that learta upon the body."
The child vbo is simply ■ little <>ff the normal
Dr. On'.srniar.n cr-p y',f\<-rff to be a greater danger
than the <>nf> who is plainly defective, because
the latter is tolerably <oriain to drift- into the
proper tituiion. r.hlle the former remains
with normal ch'.Uifii.
To deal with this olufs of ciiildron ho recom
mtm&9 :-,' •<; ii -aJ and psychological experts in con-
Dfctlori v.'th fvwyrchiini gystem. with Bp**el3il
ciasros. f=cnn<iis j:;nl twhoblhousetC wl:i:-h
<an" as«:um<» the ent:r«- rare cf the child. In
"i^Tiy raprp ho concwders the mother the worst
ii^Fsiblc person to hive tbf> <-arc of nn ;Jtyp>--al
child. He^ also recomnierda the '-rcatlon ■,' -i
row profession— namely; that of the consultine
|<<lacoj-e.
V/OMENS LABORATORY RESEARCH.
TV.- Nap!' .i Talit? A»«<x.natlon for promoting
Ir.loiaiory rMiear<*h by trornin r.-Jshea to call at
tention to th»* opportunfdes far rosvirch in rooligy,
tx>:nr.y and phj-jHolop iTovi.lf.i by i!i<» foun'lation
of »Ms t;ili!''. Any y.nvrnr.i.'fi! <ir ass.'Klatlon
»iik!i payx r.V>n ano dally la aizlxnV^] a table f.»r n-
REOUSTiOtI M TAILORED GOSTUKES.
<">. Hans Hroth«r.">, Sadfes' tailnrs and Importers
for «"!/:"!:. with .' s;«-r.- Dl S<>. :.'<» W.st •JTih
dircw. «« .• cpec/ial ln<luc*incnt OjJs week 'iff*
tailored gowna '<>> «-H..r nrhfch fonfjerly sold f"r
- R7<». ihc f>r!<-p nori' brin;^ F4S. These tailors
*Jjt offf r this reduction t!>pt they may !;«■••}'
tli#»:r gx>»vl rn«?n at work duiiax tli>: wason ■'•:■
fi»'ff*n \\'ln%ST and Rprinsr! Although t!i!« i-rxiu' -
Mon i:» p»' 1>! '- u» r::\<\c, <». I!a*;- Brother? lay thr
fit an'l •.vo.-(-!rf>Rr.*;lj. arc fully ui> t«' the stHiuJ
ilta win
.
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Florida Resorts.
spfirr-h at the zoology station at N*aivl"s, and is en
titled to appoint to it qualified students, who are
provided by the station with all materials; •'!'
paratus unrl assistance free of < ost. Oii<-; table Is
sometimes used by four or hv< research students In
the course of :: year. The Naples Table Associa
tion was organ lied for the purpose "f <>[»*ninK these
opportunities to American women; an : any woman
wishing to avail herself of th<> same fiurlns tii<»
coming year should m:iK«.- application in ;'-e ?»c
r'!;;ry on or before- Mai 1. The appointments are
made by th following executive committee: Flor-
■■■■ ,■ M I .il Ing. No 8 Walnut street, liosioiu
chairman; Mary i:. \Vooll<*3 . president of Mount
Holyoke rolUge: (.::< 11. Richards, of '.;■•• Massa
chusetts Institute or/Technology; Alic- Ijpton lJenr
main. No. r:SS IJ«acon sir-et. Huston; M-iri')ii Tal
)iot. dean of women. Chicago University; Elizabeth
I. Clarki (Mrs. S. P.). vVllliamstown, .Mass.. imms
urwr. and Ada-AVlng Me; ti (Mrs-. A. D... No. 253
Wayland .•! venue, Providence, sorr-tary.
Th«" association a!.s« .':.■ periodically a prize of
$1,009 for the b'>st thesis written by a woman, on a
scientific subject, embodying n«w 'observations ■< nd
new conclusions based r.n un Independent labora
tory research In biolog'.?jil, chemical or physical
sciearf,. The fourth prize will h<- awarded In
April. 1909. Application blanks. Information In re
gard to I lie advantages •• Naples for research and
collection it material nd circulars givinK the con
ditions or tbe award of the \rz\z-; will be furnished
by the r< tarj .
SOME WOMEN WHO BID
Dr. Walsh's Lenten Lectures on Fascinating
Historic Figures.
Dr. James J. Walsh has discovered hall n d ■' n
very modern women amid 1 li** shadows of the pas"
for his lecture course to li<> delivered under il"
I it:.- i f "Som ■ Women Who Did on Thursday
mornings in I>-nt, foi the benefit of tin cancer
honu -.- under the charge of Mother Alphof.sa I.a
tliroi«. Kitst there i- "The. Creator of a New Voca
tif.i f.r Women." Santa Clara of As'-isi, who vii'J
be th< subject of the first lecture, to be given on
February a, at 11 o'clock, at Mendelssonn Hail.
No. US West 40i :: str-'t. Then comes "Tne Mrs-.
Settlement Worker." Queen Khzabetn of ilungary,
and after her "A Girl Saini in Politics mil VAt
eratnre," Catherine Benin Casa. tbe dyer's daugn
if-!■. of Si'-na. •■i.i<- M.i.i i. Orleans"' will i«? tin?
subject of i lie fourtli lecture, and the fifth will
deal will "At Uncanon'zeJ Sal of Hi Kennis
pane*-." Vlttoria Colonna. The course will <•!■>?«
with a talk about i bat rcni'ai kabl< A'Otuin, li.
Tl;Tf*». the reformer and mystic.
Mother Alphonsa, who, as every on< Knows, is
Nathaniel Hawthorne's daugrhter. is lioplns fur
IS f>j(l from Dr. Welsh's lectures, hut this will :>
possible only if tho«p who Know of her effortb In
behalf of tip destitute vi i!n)« of cancer tako a<l
v?ntagQ of tills opi'ori'mity 10 In lp In , an. l at i:i ■
1 sn-ri" time to spend some pie isant Tbursd iv niorn.
ii.i-s. LJnfortunntely. the late ; lamented olizzard
swept ajj :■•• circulars -if announcement over : ■>
■ Hawthcrne, N. .i.. instead of 10 Havrihorr.e, S. V..
'• th« ce»t of th<s country ivm? for cancel suffi^rerfi
! hut the Sisters have dlscover.j'l „ brigh* side to
t!i< ralamity. They r^j-ii.-o ihat th • hlizrar-l ins
' f-jne :«nd uoiie. tnstf>:i'i of hcihg reserved for eoraa
I Tliursday morning In T-ent.
ANOTHER LUNCHEO2T CLUB
Grace Church Kay Follow St. Paul's and
Start Ore for Womer...
'I i:f lu'iilio.n < ! -ill Iden seonis to \,o "r.iwirif;. in
aplte <r the ;-:>m;o to .-. lili Ii th'« Rqv. W. Montagiu<
(,<<r wr"s lrcat?O when he started oife rei. ; eritly In
Si. Paul's I'aii-ii House, Irt Vt»st-y sti t. i irace
Churclt now i.» I .;i;i:i^ <.f liavlns .i luriciieon Hun,
anit tin>rc Is a l:i--i: <- army • f •xommx workers l.i its
u'-l«!iii'«r!n>' «l from which it can Jraw Its patrons,
■1 lif ih>li] is not .-■ i iuia!l\ in'Rlfi t.v,|. perhaptf. aa
was tli'.- downtown "ii.- before il.e St. Psiul's i?luh
v/:is started, but ii-- Cra.cs Church deaconesaps
i ' ill. thtr« i« great need for a place where ih<»
women employed 'n the stores and uffic< 5 In i' ■■
I'.'-U'.iilioiiii'ii'i t-{ !:nii<:j S^uurfli can k<*i ii c>.:il
luncheon a< .1 mod^rats ■ rice ;ir.d s»r»»nii the noon
li.'itr j!<-:s3-itly.
The :.lrin lias si"i y*»«. received th" formal approval
.f i !••• rector, t)i<> R»»\. in William K. Huatlng.
i.iii. !«"!, ii i* «aM, there is no doubt that th'a will
I•• fcrthcotninfC in <l"o timtr.
Ylu- o'caociH'SM^ propw* "> use nome rooms In thn
ur*v." parish hoi"!-? :jiiw bclnfr ftrected on Fourth
avcaua forJtJ:<» '■]!.. and, as :'. : -- building will r.r>t
■ •> comiileled until May, nbUiins c::n be done before
then.
SECT-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. FEBRrAgTJg^IWg:
Florida Resorts.
NOTES ON LINCOLN. J
:
Mrs. Johnson's Recollections of Him \
in Civil War Days. i !
m 5, .. •: Lincoln as ho l:n'iro-<rofl n j*lrl not i 1
yet out of her techs iva's the i!mcly niibjcct of a I '
paper read I'y Mrs. Mary Corßii Johnson .-t th-.- ■
monthly meeting <>f the Hauglttrrs <>r Ohio In I
N-v.- York hold at the \yaldorf-Astoria yesterday !
afternoon. Mrs. Johnson herself iva's the girl, I
and lier paper was made up .if noU'3 which .sh< j
Jcut'.-rl down at th<^ limf-. '
I The words '/patriotic ilay" headed yesterday'b j
I programme, ;ind tm.Ht of the nuinbors were of it I
I patriotic cast. First 6aine a song by \V. C,\
Piewart. "3ly Own I'nlted States/ 1 Mrs. Johnson
vyho is a charter member of Hie Daughteris ■•.'
Ohio, followed with her recollection's »f PreaN
doiit 1 im (An.
■•Married at seventeen." she said. "1 was fond,
like many other glrlß. of taking little trips to
VV'ashhiKton. l.iko a schooleirl. I was given 111
writing dowii in my diary the itiiiu ; s 1 m\\ „.n , \
heard, and I made careful note <>r <■%«•;■;. time 1 '
•" loolci d al Llni uln.
"The nrst llnie I saw hlni •.. lV aa standing up
at his full height; c:i!:n and uiu-bncerned. ap
parently, In .in open barouche, opposite my dooi
in the stiv.pt v >f a EouihwoHterii < Ity. The carrlajs<
moved slowly, th" street iici,iK blocked by :-.i;i:;s»-s
of iv->ip>r, and I. like every <•;!<• else. K ;> ;ic<l ;.i
him w1 th ell my eyes. Unattractive !:•• \va.« m
his I Eonal appearance, unpolished, with no
pretensions Jn his manner i»< Euperlorlty, and yet
something about him, rumcthing i:i his .iir.'Mt..
Ptid simplicity ;.mj the ritrong individuality <>!'
l..'s presence* impre^Hod me very deeply. 'iii
w:.s n"t easily Impressed a t that time.',! Mrs.
Johnson remarked parenthetically, "by any ••-
li'ius person.
"Lincoln was a ' <■'■••■ Kentuekian In a'i»'
pearam-e. a i the time of vvhk-h i speak )ii. <:
national reputation was a matter •if month:'
only. He hail no thought ;:t ihat time <> f Inter
fering with slavery in the m.:i»s whero it al
ready existed. He hud w<>!i the hls-i confidence
of h.s party and .1 reputation for wisdom and
telling oratory by his speeches in hid contro
versy with Stephen A. Douglas; and now; beln;i
newly elect€d-to the Presidency, he was on iu^
way, to the Carltol;t.o take his seat. Kven then
mp.ny of th< states ■••■.. s!k:ik of tii*- 1
■11 ....-, conflict were vlsiblo! bul none of us
drcamof] .••.« we looked . >i Lincoln how serious
the conflict would he. nor tjiat we were lookiirj;
at the great protagonist to \>c.
"Three yeajs'later i v, ;\y, in vVashih?tbn. My
; flrrt vi,,.;; :•=! of Mm there was at :i foi ma I fum -
; on, whore I liad the pleasure <>f a lia irtfh ik-»
and a brief word from ill-* President. The M
low ing Sunday I 1 ' at a few yard 3 away from
the ••-.. vvhieh the Prr.^ldeni occup!el at the
! Ni'w York Avenue Presbyterian Church, ntul I
I was struck by !'•■ careworn look; i>y the lines
, which the past three years had drawn i:i his
. . face
."Near th • ••• •■•■ of Jar.va ry, I CV, I went at'-iln
1 to Washington. With our party wew seveVfl
' men who reprenfnted a "■' ■• unpaid charity
which th' Civil War had'lirought Into *x»Btrnef,
the Pn,ited ptatea Christ l.i.ti t^ommlsslon; Th«««»
' men h.i<! an Interview with Pre<Usrnt Llneoln al
the While Housj?, by appolntnifnt, ant) I was
i allowed to accompany them,
"\V<? arranged nur^flves ii t 1 ••■■.■ K-.*>:\
I i . did, Ind after a ilttlo vjelii'y the Pre«ldcnt
I <ar.TP in We rose In «.ii!- feet. George jl.
i Steiyari; president of i\-; ■ roimn'tMion; aililrfss;d
himj speaVlrig of i» trust the r< i»plo h:<«i >'ti
him a nd alluding lo'tbe sympathy he had'sWwn
i ii- |.i>mi- fellows in the Southern priEons. an I
i thanking him also for the aid t'.i." commission
. i.;,.: r.\-:-.-<-. at irs hnnrts
v.Th« President stood with clasped hand?, tall
arid Raunt'Uhal familiar descripllon la i .il y
ill.-. t-no t':ai ill? his ii- '?•<•. He was e veil
\ tiM.iv haggard than w;:>>n 1 had last Keen htm; a
> year ! efi ...
■ ■■ 'Yon owe im. 1 ii.> thanks.' he said, 'for li'«t
I may ha\''.* ... ..!■■ to . } . . for you, nr f ■ >;■ o'<r
? . bray« men In ' '" OelcS; and if i may lie per
, mitted i" -:«'•" It. i owejyou ii" thank* for what
you are doing : ; " well. Wo arc :i'!\- vvoik ■,c
! for the rniiH in ' it Is 1».w;h:p" !.,■• eaua la
iust that we Bud joy in th* work.'
:! "Then the Pre ii ■• sii.»ik hands with tha
members of the rommlsslor and rske<l th* party
r to t.f.m<* Into the BIU ■ Koon;.- ile Vvarit/fd sotrifl
I 'PfrFon:.! epnvfrs^tlon,' ho Kiiid. „1 v;n'iir
g him a« he rat i:i his chnu\ In the same. awk.'
— 'on n'ado familiar to us by th« nlrturp* at
Florida Resorts.
him. Hr conversed with th* sumo freedom he
would havi shown tf He had been making a
neighborly call back in Illinois.
•."Two-evening* :iit<^r that there wis gathered
at'; the tv.pjtoi duo 'of the most^illntfnErUlshed
assfii)l>ii< s ever convened in America. Th>> mem
bers of the diplomatic corps were there, :<n<l ihe •
Cabinet, including Seeretary;:df War Stanton. j
Schuyler Coif as w.in |>ri-s*-nt. rm ueiv James il.
Bin inc. und Adrnirn) Farragut, in full uniform. !
The "m < - 'it:l'>:i i.f t Tr *•< meeting was ihe anniver- j
nary of tho United ;-tat<'« Christian Commission i
and Km «pt< i.i! feature a discussion of the dread- j
fut conditions of ■'!>•? sul<M» is confined in the
f-o'jtlu-rn prisons. I'rf-M-Mt'y President Lincoln
came In. followed by two officers, mi ! slipped
into :i p»-:it i-r a ro.v occupied l>v plain citizens!! ;
The must telling recitals were th»- ones mail • by ',
Chaplain C. < '. MeCab* (afterward Bishop M»*-
Cabe). and hv a w.-ir correspondent, A. B. Ulch- ,
nrdson. v.hn hut o short time !n-for«> had escaped ,
from the Fallsbury stnckaCt* in North Carolina^ •
und after weeks of vyanderinc In the mountains ■
had flnaiJy reached il'*> Union Hn'-s. As Mr.!
Uli har'lFcn ftcod n:!>i talk.'d. st, w.eajt.frorri his j
experiences that h« ha-.l to cllpk »o a !ah> for ;
support. 1 saw President Lincoln's ir::i so up j
in his eyes.
Dui-inK tl-.e ov»:iiriK I'h'.ilp Phillips. :*t that !
tlsn^ :i well kr'mwn singer and composer ... ;
hymns. «;:»r dnwn ar the piano and sans n sons !
whii'lt hn.l laf«?ly been written. "Tour r>is<ii>n." •
The Prrshleni ti;ol: ,i «r:i[> »f paper from his I
pnckPt and tvrot ! n n"te. which he h;i r : l Oil »jp i
t» the chair.nnn. Afterward I ...
It was: "Ni'-tr c)c»s? of rvenlni* let us }>.:w<* i
•Your Mission' ror»'*:iT"il \,y r: : |'.' ; » Phillips i
D<»n*t say I colled for It.V
The f'Mi^ was repoatfd. nn<l tho ?hi>irman an- '
nnunced that it wts by H'" ie<iu<»st «f ••..•>•
\vl-r s - authority was lint tt» ;..> ou^sHonpd." of
course, every mv- i- m--vm --v tliat triat meant rltf
st-... i, slioulderMl. ssdfacivl, attentive tr^r,^
t!n« lii ti'f nJdlle ->;• the hall. ;•'.• ■ ivith t:.o
••j.!:i::i pocnJpV •;•■ l.iv.-.1.
Two nm-iii'T after this came the trageSy >>f
Lincoln's tJo.uli
FRIENDS OF ANIMALS TO MEET.
TS'e ?:><■■ \<<r': \\:iy lluniaiic Society will hold
n meeting >it i;-,;- \V. I {>>• f-.\.--:.ri i n.xt Ihi r»ln
i>t :: o'clock, >" .•'.-. -!•'■•!• w.i.vn «r.d :j:*:t ; is of Im
prosing Uic contlUliin -•■f anlmuln i:i greater New
Vo:k. Thi.i Inc.til.l4 .vili '..■ entireiy unJiUciu'l, ami
suu,. ; :!.'i-s in,:-) t,,- gen-.ral pucllc :,r« dciired.
•II- pfl»c«-ra hoi)€ ihut .-.'l w.:t endeavor i>y their
irfs.-iu" to :>u-.kf i .:<■• irc^lii-i; ;: •.iu-«>-*s. s;r»-*» it
wf!i cii.-f « i-fnur.m.ii-4 {-1 hiiu>an«- worktra t.> real-
Izn tlir'.t- »tr*»nstli •!■' ■• IkjUj*. ,-\ nurr.bi*r 1 ■ »imil
mi • -iii < ■■ will '.I- !i< .•! if Hih cacocra^eraent Is <>-t
''".!'■'■' : s=;:te- (no a up. ni
for funds will he m:. 1 . . '
DEVOTIONAL MEETING.
T;.r> «.■■.•',!.'■ rtovotlorol meeunj; of t!o !,-'^j>«"
1 "hrlFtH'n l'n!"T) will N? held to- n'orrov 'M 11 ••"• ir 1 k
!'i th- rhdpel <>f tl\^ Cpllc^l .ti- Cfhurch. Kift.i svenuw
s.r.<J Attjt *'-"<" t- ,
A COI.TL.iLCT!ftN of lIOMSS.
An ><'■<'. fad is Airs. M- "?. '(:■• bj (ojlectlni
fancy ''v 11 halrcoml-?. In a Chippendale tib&et
In < ii'- of '.'" ronras of her h<-:..«-. in rdrk avetiuK
is 3 ii.li« rtlon ot .- : ■>,■ [■■■„,.: . ■> ' ■ii rtscs .m 1
.■''.lulu ;,, :« ii:c> so laic.c ih-\t ilh»:r rn!f-fii-''.e curve
v , .iM extend around the back >>i any wpinan's
head. ■ 1 1 ■!< i.i:i:. Illegally ffo»n c%tr t<> oar; poipe
f.r^ t:''f ".'■:! )r"i;Ti^'n'? ivf^nlrß, n:ii'. oth*ra are
ni<-.iiii to '""• «o ,n tt»f.h'y ;i-»-:n-:-ri •••; (he *i!if\
;ifi« r ihe fashion of an Aitfulusfcih seSora.
ii inter Ii i>'>rr.s.
■ . :; f.w\
VIRGINIA MOT SPRINGS
Mt\\ »«:;K Or IKK. ill ft Kill A\tStK.
v, „1- . 1 lit hi. '■•■'-'< «I(.| 'in i:rir.i>ifM« lu..\h»r
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■ uitd •'omptvltr •>• '<" th»r«»|M»o«u i <iv-i-aMi- Japan
...,• (..--.in iuoiu not! -an p.iil<»r :i>!f tiding ilitvtA*
lift .••l)<r - .uin •■"' l»H»llme» T hrouKh »irt p>-r* . ,-•.■
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THE UEMiLKXIH I «. mm.i.
> \: ■ MINKRAI, SPKINfIS. '
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PINEY WOODS INN ' Wl ACNOI.S A SPRINGS
PINFY WOODS INN A.ua^U?.m hotel
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No consum'vtlvejr '' . ' V \i;.\ ">! 1 * INN. S_'.<v» * r <»»' <"> IJ-SEATBT.' I
BT JOHN < SON. Southern rini>.t. N. C im ■..
Florida Rescn
Winter Resort s.
NEW IKKSKV
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CHAS. 6. ITF. TRAYMORE HOTEL COMPANY
I THE
|lakewood HOTEL
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
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; tit: i:.titi THAT mad;: I. \kk.vood FAMOUS."
' i«o iiced-Htnii . :uui.«!:"t room* ..no:.. m suit*.
with privata :..i.« up. l open »>»-i *<■•* ' ■■— cut-in*
1„, ,; ... lho»* of th* fai. i'<-i» restaurant! of
: N»v. York .<•:'. Paris A hotel for.ikOM •eeuatoaMd'to
i -h- ti.-SI
I TO UK". ion BT AfTftMOnil.E: -i- •■-.! .1 ro»d>
• a i .• The l..i;><-'v..o(i Hotel Palm Room it the end T^»
| fin ."i ._ „.-,,'. >. ■• Now York easily ir. 3Vi hour*
1 Write ' ■• -ro.l vmi. '■»•■ . .
\:::::t.\r. ami eceopean plan*.
>-.»«!. bercler
SEASIDE HOUSE,
a:i.ant:i CITY. X. .1.
Dtreclly 'Mi in« ..•■.n front, oicriwoning t 1 "- St"»*l
I'l-i i:r«.\<-fUr»t*tjinil ni«Mlern in r\»rv particular.
I Caparlt* ■',>'■" S»a vat»r ba»b«» with «wlt«>» nr p.ib'.ic
•?tiy>i b-p-«.1 -un* V;01..r» Th« t.-ihie hii.l wwrvlra ar*
of 1., blithe-.! smile! ml Auto ■' t-;.ir>- Ronkl-t
1 F. l' COOK •* S'»N
l.V(nrnnt). v j.
ii THE- LfIUREI HOUSE
A J itUKPHY, Man.*e*r.
I I£US£L-EIHNE4 > INES.
KF.ANK r Sill IK ManuKe:.
. ■ Hots ' i.t- i» h.T\e i"f . • »'• 11 -:•. Improved ■!**•
I »»•• »riv>n. |n ine \i •• i...1. . -i\ nl numtr...m pri»i»i»
, I tii;ih». i->nt ni«- favoraM) km>» n '.>• ••)•■! >tttnlkrd ..."
• yi'lrii.-.- «»l«1 DaICUIIUK* wm. . >'». liu«pti>>il Of L»k#-
I » fii.il .Ik .1 -I'-Orl
MY VOHK.
jf^AR D-E m C D T-Y
: A rtuifnlllcvnt n'«li r'..»»». iu.»;»tn nui-1. In lh» -• ■ ''
I slo". «■' Lulu, .--laiii. itvini-tl. >iul-m. exclusive. Lunn OH
' un.-i „..., ur in iv»iy room Nrw ala -an.- r»««t»«*l
! o.i.y : -. K.i.i >'■■■ ■• ' N»» >utk.
Ol EN All. ihe vr.».K
' siv. i.ii \>inlrr i:»t>'« from Nov. I to May I.
i j „ UANNtN •'•>• i-Imi- r..\KI>BN < ITV. 1- I
t • a tin I 1I 1 ... - ii.:-t i:v:uiat»n. t:i«.nx\itte. N V.
; -1 -• |-| I- iIxNTI.Y fnti'>!i«'.t )-.uari'Ti»-n;: pr'vato batU;
; s' .11 i'S'-h- .ii. •>• i . r « par i la, t\\.>. >"-.'• v\ei»:y; < n*.
i $'i.%. Vi"> AKibamA, \'< K.im llrh r.t.
M.or.in.%. '
Florida Resorts.
Winter Resorts.
NEW JERSEY.
CHALrONTE
Atlantic City, N. J.
ALWAYS OPLN.
ON THL BLACH. riREPROOr
SEND FOII t,ITERATCT«.
THE. LLE.DS COMrANY
HADDON HALL,
Atlantic City, N. J.
ALWAYS OPEN OX OCEAN FRONT.
CMCTtwMH attention. H<*m*Hka •urroun>l:niS>
Ev«ry comforr
' Bookl-t «n<l Calendar un appllration.
LEEDS & LIPPINCOTT.
HOTLL DtNNIS,
\-.i.v\r: • . rrr, n j
GALEN HALL
■Mill %M> SWAFOKIfU.
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HOTEL MORTON'
Vtra -nia" .\>->.. n,>»r Itrach. Atlantic City. N. J .—^l*« J^.
lhi-'\ojr y\nr Ta!.^: Suites wttlj prtvmt* *•»■ p,*.
foit-.~v nirt!tsh.-t. Irrr.-t 5..->nii.«ry arran«eir»nt«. »
, a io,'-:uu!l roor-i. h'rt>iH! Ratal f»r Winter. Capacity*"
AIRS. N. R. HAIIXES, Own* and I'roprte^;
"•THE REVERS
ATI.A\TIr CITY. N. J
g| j^.-h Place, -^^g.
THE PENNHURST^
Ot*u SVi'St"^- -S'-S^rf
suits „ r HOOP
\ator to ursel. .-'r*s>sl Spring. rnle* « ___—— —
ntmn. «iuotr.
Dtr«ct!y on the Death. Special vrtater_Bate*.

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