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JjfSSIAH HEARTH"
m for Froeulein? Who Are
Stronger* To Be Enlarged.
,-. - --..un-ier of the Otrmaii
•cm^. P« .^^g o U»er thing,. rt«
&=«'1S:! pcted IB all railroad sta
*ots tO , where it will do any pood
•» ™* oans ~ v o^R bound tor America of the
forming ?<*** *oi lhc , iu t already has
! of th» Friendship L^ tronage ot tbe
.Germ.:. J-JJJSa* I Tis anX "
Owali * SS , ~, *; V.Vk so that no Oennaa voman
W - lo^f^ of the Ctat. will fan to
ito by Wai
SS TmW re«lt from loneliness and
■seea "to form a dub to whldl G,,n,.an
S« »ho axe stra^ers in tHa country could go
T?Sad«Up and f^dance and where actual shel
"Ste provided when necessary. Such a club
Ss f^cd last winter at No. W Park avenue
Ilk already too small to B«t tno. »•*■ The
who number about fifty, are. so cratefui
J"£bo.pJt*litT ot the "German ■'-■ rtb ■" as Mi«
SrK.r cal! e the dub. that Uwx are wcrklns aa
3sj Brtandtbo* haw "bee-
St. when they are a- busy as bees, when they
oelj- cosi« themselves, hot bring their friends
ttVo'k for a bazaar which is to be bsM nrxt fall.
Oartby they hepe to extend the hospitality ct tb«
heard. . ,
\ziczg the rr.cwbcrs of the American advisory
5-ard are C. Gneist. of the German Consulate Gen
'rnV Cftza yen Uoffman, of tbe Austrian Consulate
Ossen Gustav ScliwaK of the North German
LJovd Line, and Einll I*. Boa«. of the Hambur*
' in*erH«> Ltae. Dr. Jacob 11. I>K-h I? president of
ihe board aal the I>v. Charks Anders !5 seeretary
"nn irieii'ls and protectors of the club are to meet
Vith ths adrtsory board on August 3- There will
>a business meeting In the afternoon and a social
fstli'rin? in the evening.
GLEANINGS.
y Btsaaa'a work is in the home." This r'-mark
*fc£titr mie or falfc-, is certainly very ol>l. but
farctfr lesi oid is ih° n>ale conviction tliat a.ftai ail
*iere is renlly no Tiork aarth mentiontii*: to be <I«rt
In tome. '-. ■•'••■-•. Nigeria, however, they
taow better. As explorer !n those pprts baa brought
tedt thf information that the reason given by the
t zatrras for the practice of polygamy which j>re
rtSi tsiong thrm is that it is Impossible for o!:-j
roman to do a'l the work of the Louse.
- A proiuir'*-'- member of the Wcmei:>l»cai «3ov
tnaceat ::•::;• of London has suggested tliat the
pjcifty should adopt as a motto '"The Home Is
Team's Sphere." In supporting this proposal she
aM ttere m r.o otlier grand oM saying which
hi been so cruelly misused. It had been used to
njfon laziness, iaduTerenoe and telfli-lmess. It
»jQ)d be a great thing for England when men real
' that it was nor mere love of notoriety or desire
teetrueniT.i tbat vu sending; women Into pub
itMt but a growing recognition of the fact that
•Mm was woman's sphere. But that did not
aaa tease in the Harrow sense of a. womnn'e in-
CiUa&l tome. it recant the home generally; end
ttsdhSj the homes of the poor. What was Oka
we cf trying to teach tfce law? of health to women
*1» Erefl In miserable, unsanitary homes or of
tijii* to teach modesty Vi young girls when they
'jni. iz2i& eondstioiis t>o crowd^U that they never
tew ca« moment cf privacy?
The theory c: Professor Slstetuukoff that r.i*n
TK2I Ure longer and be healthier without any
•use intestine > bt-ing put to proof in ■ series of
cjerfcaeats now being oooAoeted in London by his
saittant. Dr. A Distaso. W. Arbuthsot Lane, tlrt
-til known Enslish surgeon, has placed ai tlio
&?3S£l of Dr. Distaso thirty or forty patiente
**»f large Intestines he has removed for the re
&f 0: chronic intestinal obstruction. Tkeso pa
-^scts have been going about alive and ■well for
jelods varying froai a few months to five y. ars
;.«ase their large inttitines have been cut out.
• To tic xrccS I have been working." says I>r.
"■**' in «rxp!2ir.iris his progress, "I have proved
fcysad do'jbt that in Mr. Lane's patients many nf
fte hanntal varieties of bacteria are absent, while
;-"«e; -"«e ettil suivlvtns; are in much lesser proportion
2*o la thy uig^-tiv-- tracts of normal Individuals.
AT: «':ina)f . including babies, when l>oni have per
fealy sterile digestive tracts ; tlvat L«s. th*r^- are no
rwas frowine in the Intestine?. Trcfe?sor Metch
tikSfbdlevej ihat Jf we could prcfi"r\e this i *-' -
■tea from Intestinal bacteria we could greatly pro
"£& life, because the greatest cau^e of old »ge —
tie absorption of bacterial poisons in the int«.«tines
***ois!d be non-existtnt."
list then pa barefoot whenever they ■ sat to,**
■■ th« mother of two rosy children to a friend
; U ti«y walchtd the little ones happily digging in
,Ua «aEd. "I remembc-r that when I was a child
*Bt was no greater treat for me than to be al
**•* to leave my boots and stockingß off for a
■■» while. There may be children who don't like
l * «o barefoot, l,ut 1 don't believe they can ba
:i^?ther nornaL I'm told that in many foreign
»»0«or:'jn:» it it t law tliat the patients ehall
#^«r nothing on their feet. 1 let my babies go
fcttfoet ajja follow all tli<-ir other natural lncllna- ,
- I "** so far as 1 can. and hope they will never
** tv 50 to foreign or any other sanatorium*."
*• Enrlbh medical officer lias ported that a.
'W ° f tJ "' h(ji(i T ' ss Ca«eO in l:!a district by
'* ' 1 bacilli -rrhich :a-l remained ln the boOM
«?* tie poitrxs tatUvr had the disease, tweoty
rirer*«r» before.
SMART MOURNING.
,'Jt ts>Mt French mondalne lately sone int., mourn*
'«t^* >ca '* a at a recent " five o'clock 'In a smart
-■*»• of b'.a-k - rjOiro ? **- The skirt en forme
■v 1v 1 *"S tt! ? trained: bemmtog it ..;<,«. wide bar.d
trot tulle embroidered In di;" Mick eilk. imltat
■?Etraw: Nearly all tho corsage 'was formed of
j~* *-oaflerful embroidery; cut low. It passed over
' ,taoas, taoasd «* in narrow br<i*-ii*» framing a cheml
• of pialu black naonsssltne de sole. Clack satla.
j' * flail earface. was folded into a hi«h belt.
i&i' JTJ Tk lntO * huge rosette in the middle of tUe
•Jfc. /^'^"arter long sleeve* of mousseltne de
r fete XMIln « ir>r ' small elbow puffs drawn below
- 1 * 00 I*'1 *' *n»Uroidered banrts. were overhunj by
*»• sleeves of the embroidery.
rr cßdec Bdev BCIENCE AND EARLY RISING.
V^^*, 8 ** 1111 * te I»6«<l to epoll the girt ot the
s«» Inr(t . y y A *- - r Jus doctor has actually an
*e*4«sL befort tha august body of the French
BwactEt tf Science that It Is unwise to rise the
toy tk °!? te «*'»•*. Girls who have been' dancing
ttey a?ht Wl:1 rejoice in th knowledge that
ts t tt » f acting for the beat when they refuse
Tj^ r»^ ihe osomlng as soon as they are called.
1 !!*• toThTv p!aa l * to treat th announcement
**r»t, j^T 1 ta read >' with the contempt it de
**y fltet^ lly tv>>I "v minutes, for. says this
¥*■ e ***Zt£l\ t0 get up at one « an 4 «n«TE*tlcally
* ittui ». if* Luill «* a of dr.'s«lne Is actually dan-
T^ w we heaitn.
*^ PfcLl? CONVERT LONGSHOREMEN.
**'* • . J"V** thei r new policy, which is to
c* *.!„ of voman suffra«r to ihe masses
**% the": i" * ny more v""'u ""' with Wall Street
K^TanstW.!: ra€cu « will hold a noon meeting
V-tMft * t^ 11 M tMd<iy ut the American Line's
*•»*»'■« •. .'rr »-?** K. -lorth.Kivw. The ap
*? - 3&i» 'B»|Z,r; B P- »-. *« Mr*. Sofia Loebin
. *•»< a* »<•., Ml »rpi)y aw j Mrit - M-ry -Tyns wUI
DISEASES OF SUMMER.
Dr. Frederic M. , Laurence's Hot
Weather Rules for Health.
"At this moment there are hundreds of us who,
seemingly well, will before the end of August be
dead and burled, simply and solely because of our
ignorance and folly ignorance, which ordinary
thought shsuld enlighten and folly which even
sorrowing friends should find it hard to pardon."
This is the vomeithst startling statement made by
Frederic M. Lawrence, M. D, in "The Red Vlasr
of Summer," which appears in the August number
of "Hampton's Magazine." Th-- writer then pro
ceeds to tell how thns* who are not inseparably
joined to th»ir Ignorance ami folly may reasonably
hope to c-t through the rammer altvi and well.
There are only two direct ills, he sava, whlc*
tbe blazing summer sun can work upon mankind -
namely, sunstroke and what is popularly known
as "heat prostration." To prevent these It la
important to remember that perspiration Is the
skin's natural relief from heat, and that the cessa
tion of Its flow la a danger signal which should
never be ignored. "When this, warning U given
one should at once rest in th« shade, drink plenty
of water. use a Can. Those who cannot affoni
to avoid BStrok« and prostration by th« simple
process of keeping out of the heat, should at le*«t
take things a.« eary as possible, and drink no
stimulant* at all." This last Instruction is empha
sized by italics.
Chief among the ills from heat that arc less
direct, but more frequently fatal, are diseases of
th£ lower alimentary canal, and these are gener
ally asaignable to one of two causes, c-nld or
bacteria. Hot weather colds are often due to
failure to dress according to the changes of tem
perature characteristic of aa uus«-ttI«Hl climate, or
to the rashness with which many rosl from
games involving strenuous physical exercise to
open trolley cars or speeding automobile?. b-Jt
they cannot be compared with bacteria as a source
Of evil. Tbe greater part of all th- July and
.Aupjtt divascs of the bowels arc dm: to bacteria
and have their orijin In the eating of contam
inated fruit. Contaminated fruit does not neces
sarily mean fruit in an advanced state of decom
position that Is unite evident to the s<-ns"B. al
though such fruit is sometimes served In catjng
places— not always cheap ones— as fruit salad or
in boom skilfully prepared form. A morn frequent
source of distress ts fruit in which no cay Is
detected, or that vould be iescrfbtd as 4< Jupt on
the turn." Such a condition of fruit Is due to
th» presence of bacteria, and it* result is often
the old-fashioned cholera morboa, which, cays D".
Lawrence, has been more deadly la America 11 si
Asiatic cholera. He gives one general rule against
it—namely, when in doubt, cook the fruit. Other
directions in regard to fruit are. avoid that sHd
at t' « dust blown corner stand, an-1 eat n^n« that
has not been washed and peeled tarn* llately he
fore.
Af generai articles of food green vegetables,
lean meat and ere* iir* recommended. «'lothiric
should be as light as possible, and should not b«
reproduced from that ... England or France, Where
the maximum temperature Is much loner than
here. England may more wisely be Imitated in
the matter of "tubbing." although a tepid bath
in the afternoon can with advantage be adj'.-d to
th«» cold plunge before breakfast. Vacatlors
should be absolutely different from .the dally ■"■•
and no work should be don« in July^riu A-i?u?t
that can be postponed until Bsatssaban
DEATH OF MRS. WANHOPE.
The women of the Socialist party have lost oa* of
their leaders In the death of Mrs. Asr.es Wanhojsc
wife of Joshua Wancope, managing editor Of "IfH>
shlre's Magazine." Mrs. 'Uanhorw-. whose funeral
will tajie place this morning, at :■.• o'clock, fror.i the
family hone. No. 83 Bronx avenue, TViiliamsbridsf".
died suddeuiy OB Sunday after an illness of only
four and one-half hours, the cause of t Men 1*
believed to have been ptomaine rolsonlrsr. £h» was
oniy thlrty-'-lght years old. and bar death lewej
lour children motherless. Mr« Washape was ons
of th* founders of the Woman's National Progres
sive 3>ague : a iarge organization of Socialist
women.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN.
"When Itodin. the sculptor, was recent!;.' nketi
what country produced th' : most beautiful women,"
Fays an Engl!«h periodical, ''Ms reply was, '^11
of them. Each country ha? its own beauty." }{■»
added: 'What is bfauty? Xo exact definition ca:i
be glv<-n. Those who most resemble the classic
type are some of the Italian models from the
South, and from Sicily, really the Greek part of
Italy. The?*> also have a peculiarity rarely found
nowadays \<\\\\ us. that ■•? the Meond tor i»-i".
longer than the big toe. One rinds It invariably
In Greek statutes. Another classic feature, t.v
nos» continuing the line of the forehead. Is rarer.
I once saw it in a young American woman. Miss
D.. who bad produced it artificially by lnJcctJrc
I»arafnn<» to fill up th" hollow at th«» r>i-|<ljrc of the
nose. The effect wfts very ''ir'y * "
THE TRIBUNE PATTERN.
Embroidery worked on to the material 1$ t*;;
extensively used on lingerie blouses this season.
This blouse includes a yoke ivblcb is espe^lil'.v
aoapted to such treatment and which can b* mad"
»>ith*r with the square Dutch or the high neck.
In ill S Illustration the material iw handkerchief
lawn and the trimming is lac« insertion. All tin
pretty muslins of the season arc approprUt-s, how-
S.O. TISSUE PAPER PATTERN OP MNQBRIB
BLOUSE. NO. 41<J--};MBROir»EItT PATTERN. FOR
10 CENTS FOR EACH PATTERN WANTED.
ever, and as the model can be utilised for the en
lire guwn as well as for the separate blouse, It
becomes rails tie for the pretty figured lawns and
batistes and the various Inexpensive printed wash
fabrics as well as for white muslins.
The Quantity fof material required for the medium
size is four and five-eighths yaFds 21 or 24 Inches
wide, three yards 22 Inches, ox two and three
eighths yards 44 inches, with three yards of band
ins and two yards of edging.
The pattern, Xo. 8,348. is cat in sizes for a S2. 34.
3C, SS. 40 and 43 inch bust measure; the embroidery
pattern, No. 416, In one size only, and will be mailed
to any address on receipt of 10 oents for each.
Please five number of pattern and bust measure
distinctly. Address Pattern Department. New York
Tribune. If in a hurry for pattern send an extra.
2-eeat stamp •nd •we -will mall by letter postage In
aeaJM clop«. ] .-.'■' : \ j'.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. JTT,Y 21, 1909.
SPECIAL EUROPEAN COLUMNS
Foreign Resorts.
' % Cy "This famous Hotel has long been
'r£m 444 t^ "This famous Hotel has place for
* .1 * * avourite «topploj place for
\—^ w%-M I4»J American visitors."
THE iSSiAisO HOTEL
"T/ic /fad o/ Paris."
Rebuilt Throughout
and
Newly Furnished
Contains every Comfort and
Luxury in Modern construction
" Admittedly the most Comfortable Hotel in Europe.'
European Advertisements.
LONDON SHOPS.
PETER
ROBINSON'S
HAVE TWO ESTABLISHMENTS IN
London
Oxford St. 6" Regent St.
These combined houses
represent the
LARGEST RETAIL
STORE IN LONDON
d»iv t*d exclusively to
.AOiES' FASHIONABLE ATTIRE
GENTLEMEN'S COMPLETE OUTFIT}
IUVENILE & INFANTS' GARMENTS
Tiffany & Co.
tSI AND MX* REGENT STREET
LONDON
CNOUSM BRANCH or 1 HE NEW YOIK HOU»
JEWELLERY- PRHCIOUS STONEJ
•WATCHES - AND • SILVERWARB ■
A VISIT IS SOLICITBD
BO IMPORTUNITY TO PI!RC*IAS»
PARIS
SeßJ.s AVENUE DC L'OPEBA
Moving to Europe
fy\APLb & CO. f S, lv , own
Vans operate between New York
md the Continent with speed and absolute
iafety.
ESTIMATES FREh.
Writ* U» our A««mu-
BOWLING GREEN VAN CO.
18, BROADWAY.
IRISH LACES.— IRISH LACES.
ytneet and largest stock ln Ireland or London. Dlrec
from our oun work*r«. th«r«l.y M vlnr our patron*
intermediate i)tofttr tnF i-ct:>»i aollcited.
DePOT FOR
IRISH PEASANT INDUSTRIES
nn<!(fT Ror«l TatrimnßC
THE miSH WAREHOUSE,
147. Regent Street, London
Telegram*: Shamrock London.
E»t«.blUh«a 150 year*. Ta!ephon»: 2476 Oerrard.
S»ASON NOVILTIES—EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS.
_ . i. ♦ ~ Shirt Waists. Irt«h Hand Cmbrold«r«d
Irisa JjaCCS on-seen. Blouwa. Jaoketa. Ac. Bedspreads
T-j.i, T „,.. and Sham». Hand Embroidered and
lriSU JUaCeS Tr)riirn( . d Lac«. etc. Table Linen. Flnrst
Irish LaceS Quality Hand kerchiefs. Large Variety
ATISJ XJdi-co g , br j RKan Ho.lery. Irish Poplins, col-
Irian LaceS uurs and black
IrUh Bok Oak and Conneni&ra Marble >iovalties.
THE IRISH WAREHOUSE, w i*SSZ£-
TAILORS,
FOR LADIBS & (JBNTLE
nE!>'. The most exclusive
models to be found in Lon
don. We number among
our clients many of those
who are recognized a* the
leaders of fashion in Amer
ica and England.
215-219, Resent St., W.,
132, Fcncfctirch St.. E. C.
Foreign Retorts.
European Advertuement*.
LONDON SHOPS.
©WILSONS" SKfi
JULY SALE
-HEIRLOOM" DAMASK
Irish and Foreign Lace
Sheetings and Linens.
Plain & Embroidered..
188, Regent St.,
London. England
p PATENT LONDON -.MADE
Prism Field Glasses
Have no Equal*
IGH POWER & LARGE FIELD.
>NIIIIED WITH PORTABILITY AMD
GriT WEIGHT. AM IDEAL CLASS
)K CITHER MILITARY OB SPURT
IHC PCRPOiES.
luttrfttad Price k-iittFrte,
iso of Ttl«toopaii Fl«ld
l.ia«««. Photo(rnphlo Ap
paratus, Ac.
rtnnn la in. New Bond Street, Landau, W.,
niton PD «n!.<i. CocW.pur.si., Charing Crost.
• •vwwf *-»'» M » BU |,, c turl»< Op KUn».
PARIS SHOPS.
FUR.HIER.
To
EUROPEAN
COUR.TS
LOT, PARIS.
A PAIX.
Furs
P. M. GRUKWfI
6, RUE DE I
Foreign Resorts.
LONDON HOTELS. ~
JHECARLTON
Hotel. Restaurant,
and Grill Room,
LONDON.
I'o..ln a l.'nr.»!lrd in LONDON.
LANGHAM HOTEL
Portlutd Place nd Relent Si W.
•AJKILY HOTEL of the HIGHEST ORI>EP
la r»«b!« «i*d'Hc»!:J-.> Lo;.i>lJ.
?eJa(rJ Iniluswe Term,
during Attfatl And Sepltmb**.
EUROPEAN RAILWAYS.
ON THE ROYAL ROUTE TO BRAEMAR.
Birnam Hotel, Birnam,
Perthshire, «cotlan i,
<2 Minutes' Walk from Blroam and I-ur.k.Md .Station.)
'lligh Class Family Hotel.
....,,,n- MOOKRATF.. I"tn*»t Scen«T •» ftcolland.
OOUiJ SAL JJOy AND l*Ol •-. i .J,HL»G *«i>ii
(,UUU Golf (nurno xijela* llo«rl t.roundh.
r.OO>> tiAKAOE AXI» IXSPKCTION ftT/
HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
LONDON 'midland GRAND hotel
manchester.... HOTEL
MIDLAND HOTEL
LIVERPOOL .... ADELPHI HOTEL
LttßS QUEEN'S HOTEL
BRADFORD MIDLAND HOTEL
MORECAMBE BAY
MIDLAND HOTEL
DERBY... MIDLAND HOTEL
Itrlrrkiiutvut liooma, •««. Cblef Ofltca ■ MJdlind Uraao
j Hotel. UiodAo.
HOTEL i IN THE BRITISH iSLES
1 uotilt^rsi£siujs' 'tluT ML moo. U«h»
WAKIVICH. ' • WOOI^ACK HOTIX.
CAMBRIDGE .. v BfJIX HOTEI .
t^ s -Mogffiogim
"fESnSf Zl" feorAl ' OAK HOTES "
BETTWS.Y-COlia> (NOBTH WAU^ bm() HOTEI>
DITBIUN ••'•fmt HHKIJBOrBSB! hotel.
Alfl«T'l< and KJns«wax). London.
A155?885?5aJ5!A 1 55?885?5aJ5! f ?sf|fF-H? s f|fF-H
lm«r<ea» Pti*r!« T»T«piJli O««»
Foreign Resorts. I Foreign Resorts. ,
nil §bL wIV I Ulllfly
/
Proprietors The GORDON HOTELS, Ltd. | g!& || at A||
Close to BnckiaHhum Palace, WVsrnifn.st.-r Abbey anil & 3jjßU|i |1 t^j
cor.venitta* for everywhere. Tariff fice from I ptnyrm 1 |J |l |J 2 ■-: 9*S
Office "Sew York Tribune," 1364 Broadway, A'gir York. — II ESP ■■ ■
PS SP& m *$§• The Most Fashionable HOTEL and RES
M 18: S fffl? T A CHANT of the Metropolis*.
plmiS^ A ' LOTTI. General Manager.
':::::■:, The Continental
The home of many DISTIXGVISHED A ME MIC ASS daring their visits to Paris. tho COSTI*
VESTAL HOTEL offers * choice of apartment* equalled by very fear hotel*. With, it* auwrtM
private balconies, wide open riewa vrerlootixsg the Chump* Ely sees, Xotro Dame, Tulleri»*
Gardens, and tho Hirer Seine, Its numerous mite* and single rooms, vrith private bath, etc \ :"
The Finest Seaside sf* ggk " BT I E? Bkg |^\ Be^iwia 5 U<uirs
Resort on the Norlh Sea. %%& »T^ |s EL I^l g^Jf from London or Pan*.
HOTiDIjS ON TH"-3 SEA -e*jei.O2&u?
Hotel de la Plage THE CONTIMEHTAL 400 Beds
AND RESTACVAXT DE LUXE " CDI FMDII dQQ
Entirely Rebuilt & Refurnished it « i« n ' 'mm. iea ••
Latent vu P .To-!)ate. Kursaai & Baau-SHa 1 50
On Beach Facing The Bat hi With Pension $3 to $5 per day
ALL HAV2J PRIVATE BATHS AND BALCONIES OVERLOOKING SEA. ACO' D 3 CLERCg. Proprietor.
B^a -CP B BP^ Facing Famous Brandenburg QaU
§fe| gHQb g8 w IPS flf fil ufil ft Jt\
Cables: "Adlonum, BerHn." IIUI Vl ■»» U I If 1 ■
THE LAST WORQ 13 LUXURY SHD COMFORT.
Under the Personal Supervision of its Owner, Mr. Lorenz Adlon.
Uloetrated Booklet tree from N. Y. Tribune 1364. Broadway, New York.
fTWGADINE:— MALOJA (6ooon.«)
W^ I The Ideal Spot in SwiUeriaod tor a 1009 «tay. Doln/in ITnlnl
■ i I'nlqoe Faraialiew Private Chalets for fain?. 1 dldCt IlUlvl
The Fiatoa.o Palace Hotel has been entirety- renovated, and embraces every modern xetruiatte;
Private Baths. Electric Light, Splendid Public Rooms. Latest Sanitation, etc-; aa VnTirmlfvl ZJM
of Ovt-of-Doo' i-porta mar be enJoyedt—Golf, Tennis, Boating. JTooatafa Treat Wishing. C Jmbtnt
etc while lnd ->r.r Games of all forts are provided, incln4i" ' Bngliab and Freneb Billiard*.
rye ""-I--". HOTEL ANGLETERRE
SLllwil^ Bronchitis, Eto.-Gmrmge— SUlTES WITH PRIVATE BATS.
I~MirEB I Alf C M adm HoM Vic * orI * 1 ji. msntr.
| PI I ELrlLiHrVCiil fix/. Hotel Jungfrmu mmm
B all on the hoheweq. Hotel Belvedere * aBa * CT -
M eveav comport. & i.uxlbv. oolf.
DUMC-excelsior hotel
B£VlfiE Open the Year Round. sumptuously Appointed.
Wm T^ Most Modern House. Splendid Position *^Z
"'^^ —MODERATE CHARGES—
Under Same Management aa The Grand Hotel National, Lucerne*
HIIWPI HORF Park Hotel: «««
hJ V^ f* A ■— 4 »J JI. %»- f.RANi) OPEN I.OCATIOX. iirTOCAR.\GE.
Rnnnlnt TTftt antl foT^f Tfnter. Frtrat* H»th*
FRANCE, BELGIUM & HOLLAND.
[fi(Favorite American House)
HOTEL CHATHAM
PARiS HOTEL DE L'ATHENEE
Mmv * 15 Ruo Scribo
Opoosit© the Grand Opora i
"The Modern Hotel of Paris.'
E. ARMbRUbTEH. Manager.
PBOT|jEULLEEy'*IBiIP B OT|jEULLEEy'*IBiI
tO Ku"st. Honore. cle« 10 fi*«> V«ndoa=«. Kirn
eias*. All modern improv^mesits. Every home eomtort.
j jm h ,.i Kestaur»i>4. luncn«on« an 4 dtnn»rt »t fixed
—Hear! Atta4te. PreprUtor.
PARIS " 218 Rlie de I{ivoli
' HOTEL BRIGHTON
Facing Tuileries Gardens: Finest
situation in the most fashionable
part of Paris. OPENED APRIL 15th.
All the apartments and rooms with baths, hot
and cold running water, and entire privacy,
FLORIDA Hotel, Paris.
12, BOULEVARD .MALESHERBES.
Central location: Madeleine & €rand Boulevards I
minute. Moderate mc' Rates. Spy* open.
HOTEL BALTIMORE
86bis AVENUE KLEBER, Paris.
Opt-n «»n^ March 1. Fine mltc. of rooms with tctjaj
cold water. DatbrCOTn to «v«ry apartment: xaod«rs. w«a
wa«onabl« prl«^«. M. GUTIRE2. Proo'r. _
IGHY-HOTELOUPARG
1 V ICHY HOTEL Palace
tit, Majestic Palace
finest Location Overlooking
The Park. J. Aletti, Manager.
VICHY:
AMBASSADEIiRS
The Fight First Class Hotel
nni|PQri Q LE GRAND HOTEL
DIIUOOCLO Grill Koom. Aroorlraaßsr.
_ Xi an iai jr" 1-3 rS l.e.idlns IIot«l for Arorr-
A r« B W tK" i<-ans. Modern comforts.
A HOTEL WEBER
NTWEKr irssis. M««er* comforts.
HOTEL WEBER
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
COLOCf^E(°/ Rhine
DISCH HOTEL
• Well-Known Select House *
DO C \J Roor-Ml With prtrat*
I^CiDL/Ci^l. Bath and ToiUtt*.
HOTEL BLLLEVUE
lami*^* B. BONN'EJELIK Gen. Maniiur.
[id. Hotel Frankfurterhof
LEADIH6 HOTEL & RESTAURANT FRANKFURT
HANOVER Facing Ontr»l Sta. Racial i
LB A >» W V S.[\ with private totl.t & batn.
"L HOTEL ROYAL
nm U N I C H : W Centra of Eoropi
Hotel Continental
Hotel Continental
1 w m Hotel c 3.0 -Cjiui.3g:o.
MUNICH l The most beautiful nd
UW I W ■* 4. modern in Germany
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL |
f HOTELS ID GESJIANY.
Ssndig's Wurttßmbßrg:r-Hof
VI /lESBAOEfi. Hotel de Luxe.
VV Nassayar-Hof Hotel.
HESBADEN
Ww PALACE HOTEL & Batbs
I 7IESBADEH'o"»"»jSS33a. a
7 IMPERIAL HOTEL.
USSIA-MOSCOW
Russia7moscow" Berlin
Hotel Berlin
First c/a»i*-ijo Bedrooms. ±ta«xicmm*w*
> agu&b f atrun.". ■Swrts'* firoprletor*.
AUSTRIA, HUNGARY & SWITZEELAND.
VTt? IVTT^T A toil I»W
HOTEL BRISTOL
located en th» Fa*hl«o»bia ICknsthiMrriaa.'
*n4 th« f«T»rite imrt of Amerlsaß*. Pfr»
fact Preach CaMxw a«d clmlc* wlom.
UDAPEST
GO' HOTEL HUNGARiA
GO' HOTEL HUN6ARIA
First-Class Hotel with Pasordnuc View over Uh>
Oaaube. tver* Modem c»ml«rt. Uci«s«ve A^eri
can and Enjfi«& patronage. Ctt\RLiS J. BI^KS,
Manager, formerly of Imperial Hotel. >ieMev
pARLSBAD i nd Hob^barx.
U Savoy & West End Hotel
CARLSBAD ML.
INTERLAKEN. SaiWS
BEOiHA-HOTEL JUM6FRAUBLICIL
UELIOUTrtI. VIEWS OVEK (>LACUU» AM*
LAKES. J. OESCH. Proprietor A .Maaaxtr.
MARi EE B AD. £STrS:7- f
»" HOTEL WEIMAR
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCS.
ffM saa A IN BE4UTIFUL
p» cNOAi PRIVATE PARK
II "EDEN PALACE/
~~*m*> r*S?ff*« Yien-9 of Poet
GlruAA SAVOY HOTEL, of *"*>«
SAVOY HOTEL,
feL^l Ijfg /FiD/.X; HOTEL OF GZXOA
Also Hotel da Londres.
eimice. 1 »sn.-
Vf— GRA3D HOTEL, tacitMt as
l&EHlOi, Untgl ] CMdC »^
IS IIUIUJ m01«m!Mm 0 1«m!M View.
VEMiOi, r» -I* Electric Ll*tU.
IIUIUI sordid Tto».
«. ■ f% ■ !* Electric Liaht.
ff Royal Udlllcil »«»>«<?*-
NEWLt RErtTTEP.J *
„ .* ■ RaiJ^ay Tickets. Telesr«?»
M JLAN Ra^av Tickets.
LAN '.rtSfß*
HOTEL DE LA VIUJ
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