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JJSSWAYBLUCR SOLD
SfßlVAi' STJTIOS CORNER
„ Srs Oancr Will Improve the
Plot m ■'""■'" llomcs
~j olot in Broadway at a sub-
V*'"** 1 Ur 'Tc"mped hands yesterday when
J" uoa corner tune R BucJ - y &
S^ 9 - K ° h!? , r i er^H'r the bK.k front on the
%ZgT£j£Z^ ISTthjtreet >i»£**
' Df BMW feft Hn<l j3 vaUl(l(1 al
Zh: ~* e r ' 10 ' : iratlen te r.t lKth street- It
-„. r will Improve the
if pa^J i row of apartment houses. Plans
I*™ iXx W« W1- built at the lift*
yo,:erday. It is lo c«t
rJ e*t ci.r»rr riV . :y> feet.
wan d*>Jta^ jiou^ w .,, bum at
A »* - Mow &
psadvC ■»» *" "—, tcr a to the Barnard
Co. * svf gj , v u', ' northeast comer. Th« plot
g£iSnSS fi« wiUl a fr " IllaB ° " f '"
jrt ia Br '* d "^ rtpape company lias Fold to Edcar
i , p «mO»west corner of Weft End avenue
*^V"rVrt 'a vacant lot. and three throe
** :l^r- hou^ adjoining! The enUre plot
iwff "; ,% ft C L«wis ver « thp tir *' kP!S -
Martin fold No. IS3I Broadway, ad
t TZ wutlxart coraex of 63th street, a plot
** »X i-rfcuiar There is now in course of
SSSS ,-:ot a t-uiidin, which has *~en
"^ f-«n the plans ta an automobile concern.
i° tta U^rikdank's Sons were the brokers.
SSirsaleln'thta Beetion. which .hows theef
£% theatre building in tbi dlstriet. was that
Mvofve ftory triple apartment house at No. IS
Mtth Mreei. by Jeaa Burger to the Ginsburg
ErCWBW* The par-,1 is in The rear of the
plot, a; So. S to 15 \Tesl 6.^d street, which
i^fntly bought by the Shubert intcre?ts for a
* ' The s>« Theatre ia to be nt Centra! Park
'^t. Cd end «M erects. and the Davenport Thea-
formed by TOuren McConlhe
► = bourht from J. A. Stein No. 46 Bast Tyth Ftr«~t.
%a If * tew r ' cir >' dwelling house. «'ii a lot iSx
IDJKt- TUe hw:» adjoins s five rtory .-.pr.rtm«>nt '
Mi t: southeast comer of Madison a\onue
"\ -j^ .trwt. recently ccquired by the wme Jn
!Ls^ Th'-y now control a property fronting SO
fctffrtjieawiue and S9 feet iv Jhe sirwt.
I p4en G. Ptarey has sold for John Peel to Wii:
i-jTr DaaaeOy Na isi WesJ Slst street, a four
bouse^, on a lot 26.?x?5.3 fe<t.
\A Btfwto & c °- '- a^ p *' >!lJ for lltJ 5 !l Carana*h
Vo '-C-T Eaft 2Cth street :< t!'"" f e story and base-
house, on a lot SOaOxSSJ feet. The
HerTJ" h opposite th« O?th Retrimont armnrv.
j^ tr £ uaiston h*ve ?old for the I^l ralvo
■Atette feor story high stoop brownstone tlwell
tg house at No. 21 West CSth street, on a lot '■
15i:C0 feft. I
H. Sctn-nz has sold No. 459 West 4 4«h Mreet. a !
three stc:y and i>a^rr.ie!:t dwelling house, on .-. lot
;aiif«.6 fceu
E. T. Vesrmaa i- ''■■. through ll»rbert Pnllin.
*' rt leased No. SSI •Sth street, a thrf-t- storj- 3well
fcp touse.
Ewjan;:!i R. Lnnunls has leased for Stein £
2i~e tie third loft in the building at No. 12 West
Sa j:r«t.
Plbes tave tx-en fiied for a sis st..ry «IwHi:nar
ieuse it Na 107 Wm SSth stret-t. with a frontage
tfjifeet tr.d a depth of 7n f'-*t. for I>r. James W\
Siaae. cf No. 51 West 38th Btreet It IL Robert-
B3 k Ssz, the architects, tstirr.ate the cost at
JiMiOO.
Kass have l>e»n filed for a fix story «7-artrn-nt
toe to be built at the northwest corner of St.
Xicioia? avenue ar.d 17-sth strr-<t. on a plot lOOx
UiS f«"t, for the IL G. Realty Company, at a <v>st
jHIS*,6W. 2^4 for anoiher at the northeast rorner
ef Hornl r JffeiOi- avenue and 120 th street, a plot
lttJfcGit.4 feet, for the Jos^pli H. Davis BuiM
tf Coirpar.r, at a cost of $100,000.
Plu» have been filed for two twelve story loft
trttigi. cue on the sooth fide of S2d street. Ijo
fts«st of Seventh avenue, on a plot 150x30. a f«-et,
Ist Cole-nan, at a cost of. f 200.000. and the other
«Sa.r. and 23 East 31st street, a plot 42.10x55.fl
i JKftrT. Williams, at a cost of $170,000.
IS THE AICTJOX BOOMS.
Im-ay Street Loft Building Sold
'-Tenement Houses in the Market.
S*a laor etory loft t~\:c:r.z at Ha. 72 Murray
ifcesfuastoia at auction yesterday by Samuel
fee b tha real estate auction rooms at No. 14
TwTt^Xi, Thi sale was made as a consequence
Mttaasit of Rebecca Bpahn against A. F. Vle
toaEer £2.4 others. The amount due was J-"..".15 37
la! th«( tares and other charges amounted to
L-C3, Mary J. Heuer. the owner of the fee.
aagtrOw property la Per J-. ■•
2» results of other oflf-rtrps follow:
Ey Jf-serh P. Day.
JJto s» «rth «t. ss. aw ft •«• of 2-1 «v«, j-x; •'.-..
•* « By ttcn-.r.ts and eture*; *j!<3 to the jiain
« iw t1t0.763.
SKnb n, n f, 15S ft c nr lynox avf. 1P»1«V).11: mie.
«=. vhicii HjTuan Horowitz had trn ilarcii lt< Lfc.ii.
'Mini.
NEW BUiLDINGS FOR MIDWOOD.
■frc-ofi. Harmori & Co. ..... have sold
t> *■ FlatbuEh Construction Company, of which
l|t Roberts is j.res:der.t, four fifty-foot plots on
■9! -Ce3 of Averue I. between Eimore Place
Cwt r-i Etrect) and Delamf-re Place <Eas=t 2?. d
Erec^), Midwood. TL» buyers will at once br-gin
tJ co^Kruciicn of fcur detached dwelling houses.
'•* cott sppioximate'.y il2,if/> each.
BUILDING LOAN CONTRACTS.
UaT : Ei-iMor Htncase a, ifans n^-n H

- ' • • : ;
Ifffli Estate.
If you
own real estate you need
title insurance. ' There i?
none better than ours.
Lawyers Title
insurance and Trust
Company
tuuPLuk ' ' a*' ooo .***
«t^ S" " 5 f500,000
***** to «arpiia in last 1 7 jean)
"■ "Wttiue Slreet. Ur««Ul ».
IRELAND & WHITING CO.
Ll p REAL ESTATE
LJEEKMAN ST. NEW YORK.
**tde*U* Heal E*taU for Sale.
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|Usj,. ■'■ *..<«h» , aMI ri(jiiri . d . ba!alK« ..a
Ijtfal Estate for Sale.
wmmepC HOME
.^SEASHORE
tti -« a» «Ur^ r ai *'*- bWUard mn. ■» bathrooms.
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L
XEWSOFTHECHURCHES
Presbyterians Investigate Criticism
of Christian Endeavor Movement.
Sapamore .Beach. Mass., July 23.— Leaders anrt
members of Christian Endeavor societies from all
parts of the country gathered here to-night for the
opening session of the third annual Christian En
deavor Institute and Assembly. The institute will
continue for ten days, and every phase of the eo
clety's work \\\'.\ be considered. The Rev. J. Spen
cer Veorhees is president of ihe institute. Among
the speakers artil be the Rev. Dr. Francis B. Clark,
of Boston, founder Of the Christian Endeavor So
ciety and president of the national society; William
Shn.iv, of Boston, national secretary, and the Rev.
John I. Jones, of India.
At the opening session this evening President
Voorhees presided, and addresses wen given by
Qeorgn E. Copeland and the Rev. Arthur H. Gor
don.
For years the statement has been heard that the
Christian Endeavor movement had passed the
zenith of its growth and efficiency, and some lead
ers in the churches have predicted the gradual
dyinp out of this particular form of young people's
effort in religious work. The movement lias had
a multitude of friends among leaders in all de
nominations, hut it has also had a host of de-
THE KTT^- J. It. JTOTVT:TT. OF BN-^I.AN'P
Who will rr^ach at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian
Church to -rr. or row.
i tractor?, whose criticism of methods or.il results
has been fail constant.
To ascertain tho fact*, tho department nt young
proj.jp-s work o? the Presbyterian Church has l»««»n
making Inquiry •:" r*>vr«sentativo iiastora in that
denomination, and the result of that Inquiry shows
that many if the pastors believe in the Christian
Kndeavor societies attached to their churches, con
sider them useful at t!-.<? present tim« and look
for even greater usefulness a the future.
Three questions were asked: Klrst— What is the
present condition of young i«e<>i>!e's work in your
parish? Second -How dots the jir'-sent situation
compare with that of five years ago? Third-Are
you optimistic as to th» future of Christian Kn
fJoavor, or do you bHit-ve that something «•!«>*> will
have to take Its place? To the flm question about
it per cent of the replies were "Good," 20 vcr c*nt
eaid "Poor" and SO per cent "Fair." To the fec
ond question a similar ratio of raplifli with "U«t
f-r." "B.ime" and "Worse." But to the laat ques
tion about ft! per cent replied that they wero op
timistic. ZZ ik.t cent were pessimistic and the re
maindtr wtre undeeidetL
The result of this inquiry. In the opinion of re
ligious leadt-rs. Justifies the critici&m which i« fre
quently heard, one of the Ftrongrht of. t!i>- criU
cisms takes the form of an assertion thnl the t'l.rls
tian Endeavor movement in many churches has a
tendency to buiid up an organization amonc thn
vouhk people that, while Identified with tlie local
church, is nnertbeless distinct rrara^tt. Acewd
ln X to this critlci.-r.-.. the. young I>e«.p]- take r.rMe In
the ChrUtlan Endeavor orsanlxation, «?«;«•,£
dancer of losing interest in arid touch with ti*
larger and wide? aetlviUea of The parish. Fne^.-s
c* the movement reply that this h*« resulted In
nW churches, but the rau*o is to be found not
in any ehmtcominss of Christian Endeavor, but
rath"/ in 'th« fact that the pa«or and other church
officers do not lead their young people a* tn. y
should.
AT TENT EVANGEL.
Ti" attendance and lntereKt In the. work of Tent
Evangel, in West 124 th street. between Amsterdam
d Manhattan avenues, are. wring weekly.
To-morrow Thomas HouVlon. of Scotland, will
begin at 4 and i p. m. ana week r,{ Berylces. Com
mander tattoo Booth will speak on Thursday
July O. In a union service of the Volunteers of
America and Tent Evangel. The Rev. Kzra T.
Banford will give an Jllustrated lecture on -The
Lift of Oirtßt" on Saturday x.igrht <.f this week.
The Rev. J. Btairan He ■:■ • ■ of London, will praach
in Evangel on Sunday. August 1. at ' p. m.. and
\h» Rev. Ml.lard A. Jenkins, of Georgia, through
out the first week of August. A summer Industrial
school for children is conducted in this lent, also
open air preaching «t Ifflth street and Seventh avo
nu^ on Sundays. Tuesday* and Thursdays at 7:la
p. m. The superintendent, the Rev. Q W. Mc-
Pherson, preaches at the open air servlcc-s to UiKe
auiiences of men. Albany Smith, the son of Uyp*y
Smith, is soloist.
THE TENT CAMPAIGN.
Half a hundred different lines of work are now
in full swing under the direction of the Kvangclis
tic Committee of New York City, and durti the
coming wo-k U.« numliT will be. largely Inr-reayed.
\ru Jersey RM Kitote /"/*
T^FAT^I T irmnnKFlKKl> I'AKK. N. J rMOI.K
BB E dw;»lnjr hnu-.-. Vri*V e r
lirh'tß; prVc» »3.W»0 »a<-h ; rea.onabi. ttrroi. Addn-m
KHNST HHCN<>. <mn>r.
TIHIUP J. BOWEBI A CO., >» MARKET ST.. NEW
1'";: hav^ m fam!lyj^»^^ ir »aU In Ea it Orange."
m\VO NEW. HOUSE*. 6 room AND S room*: AU,
T impro^MnwU: $4,300. $.'..*•<.. Write Cor particular".
A ABB M' • '■- »TE«-ntl-M. X. J.
"XTW mtI'NPWJ'-K. N. OROrND HIGH AND
JS iX-j J.'.^. SO f.-t front. »2«0 lip. I'.UiKKR &
WATSON,
-TJIOR NEWT JERSET Ilßat. !TATK. WRITB 1-RASK-
I< lIN (. mayo « CO.. "*" lirnal «t., Newark, S. J.
j .■ ■: '■■■' >■'<
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
J->OH Ilinil (M.ASi? »I»A»T1IBNTS CALL AND BEE
I; V. It. •,■, ;l , id & <*').. Broadway, ear 80th «<
mHB BKLKURD I:\VAY. AMSTERDAM AYE.. BBTH
I „ (-7th H. v. H. DOLSON .v <•<».. At- •'»■ f>-T
«>ilnmhui» »v>.. tK'ar ___^ —
Country Property for Sale.
I fTQSr ACHE DJURI AND BTOCX FARM: HOU?E.
iUO ».arn«: maple ptinitr ur.harcl; Hi.U-ndM trout brook;
Wt ri>iln«?ion. Maia.: v. Hi do rta*i >■'">»■ '•* '" i ■''' ■•• • I " 1
: '*""' no " P "' p. T. ROI^I-'r:. Arifonla. Conn
1 ROLFS, Anaonl*. <"onn
0.-SIVIN<; — Kon BALE I"'!: ACRBB. with
h«m»<-; on i<i»*\ i>ui,url,an Ihok ■■'ll'. s LKART.
I Uflni'iK. N. V
• To Let for liusitiess Purpose*.
\ Rcvir a laroe! LJOHT OFKICK. OS the
I'J f.r»t Hour, m riw iii.,. . tree lx*n Kuildlng. 10a
I •M A\f ■ «•.«• «in<in»». bin iKvHsht; »uIUbU fnr I-ho
lOfTaph«r. arcMtact. dentist, lawnrr. ircaawaJMß, real
ttlllt. »lr.
\ Furnished Houses to Let— Country.
'■ FAR*"' I-^jrnlslied coUng*n to ''• nt prices to autt
I BPttlNO* ri-ery one. O. 11. OI.MSTKD. Town Hall.
N T. g«rat.-c-« ;i.»t *: Y.
H Furnished Apartments Wanted.
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,\ tfjr*« alult?: must 1., attractive; = >.• r-' i"ti« i i • ■«,.
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15. P. HATHAWAY. Uamk/er.
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«jo IMPORTUNITY TO PUBCHASB
PARIS
Hits AVENUE DE L'OPEKA
Particular ■■ eaa *"* followed tha opening of
tents for ne*ro«-s on the upper East Bide. Hereto
fore the committee I ** confined Its efforts to r-ach
lag people of that '«'••" In their own communities In
the rrjd'.n of "**■ Juan Hill/! '■" th« Wrut Side.
There )iaß) iaß been * recent to Jtar!«-m of forty
thousand n<-pro^« from the territory now occupied
by the Pennsylvania tormina! T!.* tour erected in
1341h Ftr.'-t between Fifth and banoa avenues is
filled, especially on Sunday tvenlnx*, wttb » crowd
whose religious fervor li characteristic «>f 'lie rate
and a tribute to the t«nt work. Meetings «t Fort
George <>n Saturday and Smiiay «?t.-rn<<>ns nnl
or every evening ncpi Monday arc attended by
enthusiastic crowd*, »• In previous • ' ir "
WOMES IS COXFERKXCE.
Interdenominational Mission Meet
ins Great Success This Year.
The third Interdenominational Womm'n Home
Mi«nion Conference for the K>«t, held m Northfteld,
Mats., from July Uto ■ »■• an un<|<ml!^< :•<! r'ir
certit. ard marked a icreni step In advai •■• over
that of last >ear. Th« morning* v• r. ...'.• il<-
VOted to methods of work, presented with much va
riety and vitality, find to a4dragaaa from the home
missionaries In attendance on the conference. In
the evening* luldrr i>rr* were Riven by the m'.sMnn
ari<-s »nd the ml— lOllTJ setretarl*-s. '. • -tti.tlnj?
nine woman bow of home rr.i*nl>>ns.
The ntudy class en the new book for !:<y»-'lO. a
most ab>« presentation of the n*Kr'i prob!«ri. called
"From Darkness •> LJcht." written by .1 Southern
woman In a manner acceptable, to both Northern
ers ftml Southerners, wax conducted In h masterly
fashion by Mrr. I>*"' Pmtth Pennett. ■• Kr.Ki
wood, N. J.. '! ■■• new president of the Women**
Bow 4of Home Mfaai< * of th^ Presbyterian
Church Her treatment of this difficult and deli
cate subject won the admiration of all wl.u heard
her.
GENERAL ITEMS OF THE WEEK
The Rev. J. H. JoaMtt, mini-!'- of Oiriß Lane
Congregational Church, Birmingham, England,
will preach to-morrow morning and afternoon Rt
the Fifth Avenue J'resbyterlan Church, tills city.
The s-rvlcrs 1>«- K in at 11 a. m. and 4 p, m. For
ten year* Mr. Joweti has been one of the jrrrnteHt
preacher* In England, and baa frequent!} been In
vited to America, but this Ik his fln<t visit to this
country. Ha la a graduate of Oxford University
and Is a well known author. Some nt Ms books
are •■!•>••. in Strength to Strength." "Meditation* for
Quiet Moments," "Brooks by the Traveller* 1 Way,"
"Thirsty for the* Springs" "The Passion for BouU*|
and "Silver UnlnK." He In i. contributor "• "•The
Record of Christian Work," th« Northfleld publi
cation. Mi. Jowe.tt was born In 1884. and is there
for«- In the i.rln:i- of life.
At the l»«fayetle Avenue Preeb! • Church
the Rev. Dr. William C. Covert, pastor of the
Forty-first Street Presbyterian Church, Chicago,
will preach to-morrow morning and evening.
At the West End Presbyterian Church there will
be preaching services at 11 a. in. •"" i at ' p. in.
to-morrow. The Rev. Dr. John Halcom Shaw,
pastor of the Second Presbyterian Chnrch of Chi
cago and the format 1 pastor of the \\>st . Knd
Church, will preach at both services.
Dr. Seth Tinner Stewart, editor of "»taygrOUl»d"
and chairman of the National Playground! Axso
iliitlon, will deliver mi address, "Edunition Through
iv." «i 3 o'clock this afternoon at West bury.
ly.n,? Island, at the quarterly meeting of the He
llglous Society of Friends.
Pr Dufffa artistic and nympathetlc KinKi'iK of
Gospel * oU >* baa won for bin h dial (notion among
church lingers of New York. A simple hymn la
made memorable by his rendering] Dr. I » . rrt a/ill
sing the CSoapal aoio at the Marble Collegiate
Church at the evening service to-morrow. Dr.
John S. Allen, pastor for strangers, will preach
at 11 a. m. <»" "Are Church People HypacrltaaT"
Evening subject, "Our Task and Our Time."
The Mil')-' 1 ' of the lesson sermon ■■ the Christian
Science churches to-morrow will be !*Truih.' c and
I!.-- golden t»-xt (Isaiah Ixv. id. "He who hlesseth
i.miv.if In the earth rtjall bless i.in, •■:; In .lie <; ii
of Trull'
Th« seventy-eighth annual camp meatioi v*. ill if
held at the Ofslnlngr Holghts Grove from Thursday,
July '£*. to Sunday. August 8. The Rev. Frederick
H. Carpenter will be in charge, Saturday. July ■'■■
will be Florence Crlttenton Mission Day; August 3
will i"- Children's Day, and Temperance Field Day
will be Saturday. August 7. Mrs. Kate W. Barrett.
superintendent Of the National Florence Crlttenton
Mission, will be one of the speakers at the meeting.
The Rev. William P. Mill will be the speaker at
the Church of the Holy Communion to-morrow at
the 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. services.
The Uev. Dr. J. F. Carson, of Brooklyn, will
preach on Sun lay in the Lenox Avenue. Reformed
Church. The morning service }s at 11 o'clock .-nd
the evening at S o'clock;. The theme for th« m rn
ing sermog SHI »»• "?*' Everlasting rich.'
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GIBKALTAIt HOTELS.
THE HOTEL CECIL
GIBRALTAR
First Class fn every respect The only expressly ;
j conitructcdHotcl In Gibraltar. Highly recommend, j
' ti. Perfect Sanitation. Telegrams Cecil Gibraltar j
EUROPEAN RAILWAYS.
ON THt ROYAL ROUTE 10 BR4tM*R.
Birnam Hotel, Birnam,
Pertiisliir«>; Srotlaiul,
•• • ■;■,%■ Walk from Blma and I>urkrUl Ftntlon.)
I Ili^h < Inns Family Hotel. f
...in MODERATE. I lnr«t Srrnrry In Brotlaad. I
isOOUSALMOSANn THOU* i I*lll*ll IK US
„,,if CoiirhK iidji.ln^ iii.iri lirimitil-.
(;<>«>»» c;\lt\«iK AMI insi-h TION TIT.
HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
— _
LONDON
' MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL
MANCHESTER....
* M MIDLAND HOTEL |
LIVERPOOL .... ADELPHI HOTEL
LEEBS QUEEN'S HOTEL I
BRADFORD MIDLAND HOTEL
MORECAMBE BAY
MIDLAND HOTEL
DERBY MIDLAND HOTEL \
hotels m THE JBRITISH ISLES
u6iX^u£-^^UU^TmK/iCL K.ec UM
WAKUICK ooi.l-A(H HOTEL. !
CAMBRinOK ,|rl, |rl , IIOTE |
« ossoN
■TOSrSiSS? • • KOVA,. OAK HOTEL
■■1118-T-CBBM (NOUTII ■»•*!«„„,„ HOTEL I
inIIN xiiK siiKi.ni)rnx« — I gX. |
mrirr. of «i.c nof^.. .nd run "-^^.^hV-rMbune" f
AMwt.li nnil Ktng»m»y). l.omlon. i
* DVERTI^E:ME^TS AND mmwni FOR .
A Th . Trll.un* rrcMved nt th^lr Uptown Office. No. ,
sfeSsSgc -.- ™« r-«
Si St.- 10* Ea« 14th .t.; W W*« 421 «.. U»ween
£ and Bth iv«, 263 Wjg »»»*•= n l ?i^ JiJ'fc, 85
i^rrl-a« Uwtrlct T«l««r»j»b OJ!lc»- ;
Foreign Resorts.
HOTEL METROPOLE,
Proprietors: The GORDON HOTELS, Ltd. ' | AS] RJI C|
A favored Stopping Place for American Visitors. P |n *P§ S3 M m *riM
Most Central Position in th- West End. Eg || S» |B^ Rvf
Tariff free from Uptown Office " A«-w York L. %M 9 V %U9 O^ 3g a
Trihune," 1364 gjaaiaa>, .V. F. *■" 7 ■■ ■■ r T ■■ ■
The Finest Seaside BB JP B B™ WkM W^k (Belgium; 5 Naurs
Kcfecrt on Ihe North Sea. t^&? B W!Ln 2^L g^ from London or Pdri%
HOTELiS C^IXT TECH SEA FHONT
Hotel de la Plae:e THE GOBTIEEaTfiL 400 Beds
AXD KESTAVBAXT DE /,['.YE ■■ CDj Cljnif) d 3 **
Entirely Rebuilt & Refurnished it 2 rucn r«B* "aisaW CO ••
Latest up-To-nute. Kursaai & Beau-Site • 1 50
On Reach Facing The IJatliinsr With Pension $3 to $5 per day
ATI. HAVZ I'RIVATE BATHS AND BALfONIES OVKR!.(if>KINO FEA. AUG* DE CT.gR K. Proprietor.
ss Hotel Bristol
aaa»al«Bggggal UNTER OEM LINDEN. 5 - 6.
g Tha " Filth Avenue " of Barf in.
BHgaaVHßaal Patronised by the Elite of American Society
25 CentpaFHotel.
- jj '-St.!.. «■ Opposlts Central Station Friedrichstrasse).
The Largest Hatel i* Germany.
■■BafaaVflgf 500 Rooms and Suites with Bxthn. Rooms from J Marks.
rye lM "- P ™. hotel angleterre
■ jIWII^ Bronchitis, Etc.— Garage— SUlTES WITH PRIVATE BATH.
141 TIT D I A k T E" M GfSm Hotel Victoria 1 , ll? s, ler .
9l I LnLKf\Lll Gd. Hotel Jungfrau «««<
"j ALL ON THE HOHEWEO. Hotel Belvedere ' ■■*■■
rvhry ciMFOtfT. a i.t;xfßY. ooi.F. Ac -»^^*» —^
niIWFI riORP Park Hotel: ««««.i««w
HS \ J Ay, J 7 R "nf JJLy' VJ' &^ IL GRAND OrEN IOr ATION. ArTOT.AKAGJL
Knnning Hff and ( ol<i Water. PrWnte n^th%
fll ME— E'XC EL S l 6 HOTEL
bK UlflEi Open the Year Round. Sumptuously Appointed^.
|S w -r-^a. Most Modern House. Splendid Position *%J
" m *^ -MODERATE CHARGES-
Under Same Management as The Grand Hotel National, Lncerne
FRANCE, BELGIUM & HOLLAND.
PAP|Q(Favorite American Houst)
HOTEL CHATHAM.
PARIS HOTEL BE L'ATHEHEE
fllllvr 15 Rue Scribe
Opposite the Grand Opera
"The Modern Hotel ©I Pans."
E. ARMBRUSTER. Manager.
PARIS
HOTEL OE LILLE ET d'ALB.Oij
ZZi n-.ii at. ll"nore. clo»« lv i.ace Veiuibine. t ir«t
ciaa* All tnciern »mprov«ui«nt». Every „..:.•: com! r..
!-ii -•■ hall I*<-stauraut tuncneons and dinners »t Hxe-i
p7ke or » !« c»rt«r. I>!«>i|r»in». UILO-ALJIION. iAHid.
— Henri At«dle. l'roprlrtor.
PARIS " 218 Rue dm Kivoli
: HOTEL BRIGHTON
£J Facing Tuileries Gardens: Finest
" situation in the most fashionable
part of Paris. OPENED APRIL 15th.
•All the apartments and rooms with baths hot
and col running water, and entire privacy,
FLORIDA Hotel, Paris.
12, BOULEVARD MALESHERBES.
Central location: Madeleine 4 Grand Boulevards I
minute. Moderate mc' Rates. New open.
HOTEL BALTIMORE
88his AVENUE KLEBiIR, Paris.
,-p*n »ln-« Marc.i 1. Tine lulteg ,f room* with hot and
/c;,: vaief iiattirccro la every apartment; cooern; •"»
reas.cnab:e rrit-e* M OL'TIHEZ. 'r'pr
ICHYHOTELDUPARC 1
& Majestic Palace
I in,. -it Location Overlooking
The Park. J. Aletti, li*na«er.
V" ICHY:
AMBASSADEURS
The Right First Class Hotel
nn II C | OLE GRAND HOTEL
DiIUOOLLO •■ rin H«..m. American Bar.
n All "IT %ft/ ET O D '-"""me n»tei for Avaer-
A HOTEL WEBER
HOTEL WEBER
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
I
Cologne;" Mine
DISCH HOTEL
• Well-Known Select House '
- — ■ — ■ — * i
T~\ H? CP^ C TVT n«ont» with private j
KD3UCI 1» »"th uml Toilette. ;
DT~\ fZ? C. I 1-^ ]\J Roomj with nrlrati
|^£^25L'IIll^i # Bath uinl Tollcile.
HOTEL BELLEVUE ■
DUliiiKuUlird House at old reputation. t'nlqu* pooittoo. ',
k R. IIOXXEFKLU. lien. Manager.
Gd. Hotel Frankfurterhof
LE&DiNG HOTEL I RESTAURANT FRANKFURT
H> B| <^%# S*^ FacinK fentral Sta. noons :
id J^j \£ V EL SX with prlvatn toilet * bath, i
.> HOTEL ROYAL J
Mil N I C H : Art GBatr3 cf Europe !
|w| Hotel Continental
ZZotol deLuxo.
Ml I N I C Ht' he niost heautiruJ and '
Union; modern in Germany
m FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
- — - - .
Un^rTiDLnu ;5O; 5O Ko.n., with Both*.
Sendig f s Wuritemberger-Mof
WSESBAOEN. Hotel de Luxe.
Nassauer-Hof Hotel.
_ — , — — j
*"5T 7*7 T IESBABEN I Well aultril for
m /iA / i£l P sjß»i*O£lisi Amerlcao VUltora.
ww PALACE HOTEL & Baths
WIESBADE?Ii«*^-«»fSaEKSIv a I
>^^/ IMPERIAL HOTEL.
Foreign Resorts.
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
RUSSIA-MOSCOW
Hotel Berlin
First cZa.ts — 150 Bedrooms. American and
t-.njiish I'atronai. Stvi** Proprietors.
AUSTRIA. HUNGARY & SWITZERLAND.
VILNNA^^r
HOTEL BRISTOL
Located en the Fashionable Karnthnerrida,
end th» favorite ra»art at AmerUso*. Paa»
tact Franca Cuisln* «a 4 dulse win**.
BUDAPEST
83' HOTEL HUNBABIA
flrgtOgag Hotel wJtt Panoramic View over tba
Denube. Even noderc comfort. Eadbjajag Araeri
can and Ln^iiAh patronage. (.H^RiiS .'. LLRGtS,
Mun»iqer, formerly of Imperial Hotel. Menaa.
OfIRLSBfID ' vu!as: fl«»Putr». Carltoa
8 B I4CILOK3MU< .ml Huhrabors.
\j Savoy & West End Hotel
CATOIfIfIFJBJL
INTERLAKEN. SETS&S]
I BEGiNiI-HOTEL JUNOFRAUBUOL
ÜBUbHIIII VIEWS o\tl: ClAfTttKa .»>l>
LAKES. J. OEM H. t^uprietur X Manager.
HOTEL WSSSVIAR
HOTEL WEIMAR
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE.
iome, §ta3y.
Roma. Italy.
Grand Hotel.
OPEN THE YEAR ROUM3.
The most beautiful
and comfortable
Hotel in Italy. Electric
Fight throughout. American
elevators. charming Suites
with bathrooms attached.
Under the same Direction as
THE SAVOY HOTEL, LONDOM.
Rome, Italy.
Gd Hotel Quirinal
OPEN I'H;. YEAt( ROUND
Hi,-!;'v repulrii iml fn>hi»n.ible l»t rla-n Hotel In the
tipnllliii">t mil riiif»t part »i Hump. Kver.v modern
rouifurt anil luxur.r. (iraad Hall. Kaa<i. Private batb
muiu> l'erffi-t » . I'it.ll
HIGH I I \-> KKENriI i:iM\lia\T
STEAM HEAT TiIKOIGHOrT.'
ES£fetilS£s7 1 Tua Smtth -
Oj^Uiiiiiu Electricity. Xr.nia
RntJC } r»it s«,tv
UlnC Electricity. «teaaa
m ROYAL HOTEL wtth
"" '^ Open the Year Hooad j Frivsits Batitrouiaa.
/S3sk K7 CVP &*& A IM BEAUTIFUU
fflm tllUAl rivate PAR*
|| 'EDEN PAL&OE."
"<S^9v E?R3fta Views of Port
GITiJ A A SAVOY HOTEL, of Port
CnllA i rlvil u, tut**.
SAVOY HOTEL,
\&L£a TUB iiAOi.Mi //0r../. Of GBXOX
>*i >: ! Also Hotel do Londre*.
VENICE. ~| "tr-"
6RANO HOTEL, I -J. A ,rT l
Ite. » »>»a.«e yf See Feet jAnM^.
«.ii the OranU Canai. l««na«»r.
VEMICE, Unto! 1 trjnJ
I lUIU I SulrndlU View.
_ ■ n * I* Electric I.isht.
Roy a UaniCll *_ ¥ He-t. >
nv J , iuii«m Xlckrt*.
u c»M>^,.rrs rED j 'X
99 ISI . . Ra««ay rickets. Telegra^i
111 LAN t«iN«y Ticket* tolwiTaV*
ILAN vr«ttsf
¥8 HOTEL DE LA VILLE
t D\ Ei'.TISEME-NTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FQH
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