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SPECIAL EUROPEAN COLUMITS
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS.
LONDON" SHOPS.
TIFFANY & CO.
221 AND 221 A REGENT ST.
LONDON
n»e'''»>< Branch of the, >> Tork nonsa.
JEWELLERY, PRECIOUS STONES
WATCHES AND SILVERWARE
A VISIT IS SOLICITED
NO IMPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE
PARIS
25 Rue de la Prix —d Place de l'Opera
JUS, SHOOLBRED & CD.
LONDON
FASHIONABLE STORE
Very latest fashions in every detail
of Ladies* & Gentlemen's full outfits.
Visitors always welcomed and
their visit made interesting.
EVERYTHING for the Person, House,& Table
JAS. SHOOLBRED & Co., To l£Z a h ; m
Tottenham Court Road, London. W.
Rare Antique
FURNITURE
At Commercial Price*
Visitors to London arc Invited
to Inspect our Splendid Exhibition
MAPLE & CO Ltd.
TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD
LONDON
. Enr'.nd
PENBERTHYS Gloves and Hose.
FINE AND SOFT KIDS AND SUEDE
WELL CUT FROM PICKED SKINS.
588-90-2, Oxford Street, London.
IRISH LACES.— IRISH LACES.
J'lnest end largest stock In Ireland or London.
Direct from our own workers, thereby
»jiv:-:g our patrons lntermediat*
prcats. inspection eoliciied.
g*m DEPOT FOR fRISH
JE FE^SAHT INDUSTRIES
«*J^^Er2« under i:<iral Tatronace
f THE IRISH WAREHOUSE
t|pHi||p 147, Regent St., London
f Telegrams: Shamrock. London.
ICrtaMiFhrii ir.i years. Telephone: 247S Geiiajul
SEASON TIES IXCLLSIVE DISIGNS.
t_,-_v T.arpis ■ }l " Waists. Irish Hand Kmb.-nd
xnsii i»dLe^ , rf , . Dresses. Blouses. Jackets, *c.
Tric*i T 5/>oc Bedspreads and Shame. Hand Sro
lnsa Laces broidered and Trimmed I^ace. etc.
T^r-V! T >_^> Table Linen. Finest Quality Hand- j
JXISn JjaceS kerchief. Large Variety Balbrle
r-7.i_ y_ ««« P an Hosiery. Irish Poplins, colours
lush Laces ar , d Wnrk . *
Irish Bop Oak and CoTir»rr«ra Marble Km ll 3—
THE IRISH WAREHOUSE, 14 L R P a c ,; nt^
&JLB TAILORS,
'3? ! 5iSi s PSv FOR LADIES &QEN
4t?~-y&gr> TLEMEN, The most
afi^JßrSt exclusive models to be
P' ! found in London. We
JT ISH6I number among our
and clients many of those
Q who are recognized as
uOnS, the leaders of fashion
* j in America & England.
London. 2 15-2 19, Resent St,W.,
(ADJOINING 132,F«icharchSt.E.C
TIFfANY'S; 132, Ftncharch St., E.C
PARIS SHOPS.
SPAULDING & CO.,
DUMO\DS -JLWtLRV.
WATCHLS— SILVERWARE— ETC
36 Avenue de I' Opera, Paris,
Jackson Boulevard. Chicago
Sole representative in Paris of the Gorham
Company of NEW YORK.
lTciraud.
TROUSSEAUX. LAYETTES. ROBES.
Cannes: Paris:
S3, Rue d'Aotibes. 4, R ue Csstiglione. 4
FOREIGN RESORTS.
LONDON HOTELS.
THE OABLTOI
'" Hotel, Restaurant,
and Grill Room,
_ LONDON.
-_ .. ,
I -f^a. "At tli* Heart of London" j
J? yERMLVSHOIBL
WM StJanips Park. Lo^^x>^t s w.
•**» 8W«. FeSned. Home-like. Secluded
M yet central. Covered-way connection
with Underground Railway System.
Luxurious Lounge. Superior Cuisine.
A 2,7 carte or inclusive terms. or
(1 u«*.rite- '.<>..«;■, i:f.im< :. addrr*. Town
WSPCortITifTTRAVIL B9*EAU. 369 .WB ATMUt, N.V. j
" HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
LONDON
Midland Grand Hotel
MANCHESTER '. . midland Hotel j
LIVERPOOL ... Adclphi Hotel!
LEEDS ...... Queen's Hotel
BRADFORD. - - • Midland Hotel
MORECAMBE BAY .
Midland Hotel
DERBY Midland Hotel
W. Towie. Manager, Midland Hallway Hotels
•ml Krfre»«!«ment Kuom«, etc. thief Officer —
Midland Grand Hotel. I<ondon.
HOTELS IK THE BRITISH ISLES
woixii.i:"s aIIA.NKI.IN noiLL. .Kiec. i-lrn.
<jv\\ Mi, "The KUine of Kncland."
KOIAI. Mm. — OVKKI.OOKING SiIVIIK
BHTH«-V-TOFJ) (XOKTH WALES) „„_
TeJ I. Vo. 18. W.UEKLOO MOTEL
ni KLIN mm SIIKLSOIRXK KOTEL
Tariffs of tb«> Hotels and full i>arllrular» at
to rout*-« may l»e had at the, European OlHre*
<<f "Iti^ Tribune.** at "Han*-* Inn II«u»e. •«?
t>tr«n.l (oierlooklne Aldwycb nod Kints>waj).
Ixindon.
FRANCE. BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. t
PA I ( ' avorite Araerican House) ]
HOTEL GBATHfiK,
PftDfC HOTEL DE Scribß 1
ftltSd 15 Rue Scr,b 3
& Cpposlte the Grand Opara
"The Modern Hotel of Paris."
E. ARMBRUSTER. Manager.
AUVKP.TISKMENTS AND SUBSCRirTIONS
for T!i« Tribune received nt tlielr T"pt'.y.n -
OCce. No. 3 204 llro»dway. between 2€th ond
tT:h sir., unlll 9 o*cJoc3c i»- : - Advcrt'.c<?inest« j
ro-tiveJ at t^■e toUort'.r.s branch o3lces ••" rcif-
U;:;r ofi'.ce rates until 8 o'clock p. ■ . viz.: "01 i
•tr. «a», a. c. cor. i3d «t.. 15» «th aye.. cor. j
12lh «t , :O4 Eajit 14th i»t ; 257 West 42d «t..
betvreen "th ted **h aves.; 2C3 West 125 th at.;
103. . M «v«. ; I«2C Sd aye.. near 61«t st ; 1709
3tt eve., Mar }>3tn «*•: 1-7 East 325 th «t.; 750
Trtmont aye.; «50 3d &ye., aod any American
t»l«tflct T«lctr«jjj Odea. _' -~ —
' FOREIGN RESORTS.
j FRANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND.
PARIS
' p Witt DE LILLE ET d'ALBION
him. «mf ! «°odcrn improvementn. Every
luncheons and fllnners at flxed prices or a la
lf nr ., T 'l5 pa o mi - , LIIJLALBION. PARIS—
Henri Ahtidle. Proprietor
P| R|C Hotels ST. JAMES
HniO ETD'fILBfIHY.
<.r.iDd I-oraUon. Oppot.Hr Tullerles Gar
dens. I'rlvatp Itaili«. Heaters. Room
M from 4 fro.; with 2 Beds. 6 fr«. Lunch.
i t * f J"* : J V nnrr « 5 ««••• «t separate tables.
Tension from fr.o. 12JIQ.
PA > -SS: Ave'del'Opera
HOTEL MONTANA
New & Up-to-Date Hotel
TRY IT 1 1
¥1 CII V • Hotel I uxuries
Iv/ll I c Hol^l Luxuries
' /liBASSADEURS
The Right First Class Hotel
J YfTNTS Grand Hotel
Ll I VfllO Most Up to Date.
aiX-L^S-BAINST
AGRMDHOTaD'AU
& !Y ! FQ QAIUQ ln JQ«e Pohltlon. (irVii'te-'t
£3 lA'LLU'OUinO Comfort. Ko-^lciioll. I'rop. !
AhOTEL SPLEHOID-EXDELSIOR
_. HOTEL SPLENBIO-EXCELSIOB
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
BW D I I^4 Now, wills every comfort.
kllkllß <)nii<><-ite 1-Yledrich St. Station.
HOTEL GQBURG
BA nC V RfinCM llot nntl ( <>l<l Water. I
JiU£n OAUCti Latest Improvements. j
Hotel Messmer
00 LOG E \°/ khinb
DESCH HOTEL
* Well-Known Select House *
D|> P" C f\ F \f Rooms with prlrati
I\L Jl/Lil Bath and Toilette.
HOTEL BELLEVUE
Distlnculxlird House of old reputation. Tnlqus
position It. HON>'EI"KI.D. Gen. Manager.
Frankfurt— Grand i Hotel Frankfurterhof
RESTAURANT RITZ.
I lADINC, IIOTFI. AXI) RESTAITRANT.
Jl ««5 Fil Uii 1 Kltrht <»pi>. Station.
BTL VZW 3 Into date. Oarage. :
ff fc i% T\V\J II I Klslit 0p.,. StHtlon.
ill ftiQHOFaL-IWETROPOLE
FDCIDIIDP Leading Hotel — Latest Com- j
nLIDUha rorts. (Ulaok Forest)
HOTEL SOKMER-ZAHRIN6ERHOF I
HANOVER I'rivate toilet & bath.:
HOTEL ROYAL
i ii U N I C H : Art Gsiitre of Europe
"■ Hotel Continental
TEL, DE LUXE
b m HHIPU The Most Beautiful and:
»y|UfdEun Modern in Germany.
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
iklliCtMDrPP The Hotel de Luxe.
i^j UllL> I i D L 13 250 Rooms with Bath*.
Sendig's Wurttemberger-Hof
WIESBADEN, Hotel de Luxe.
Wanner Hotel,
W| ES 0 0 L 1 American VUltor,. ,
I L 0 V £ U L ft 1 American VUltor*.
PALACE Hotel & Baths
WIESBADEN opposite
gl&Olltifcgi KURHAUS & PARK!
IMPERIAL HOTEL. \
FOREIGN RESORTS.
(4O MINUTES FROM FRAKKFURT-ON-MAIN) .
FOR CURE OF : HEART DISEASES. Spinal and NerTOUt Disorders, j
Gout, Rheumatism, Diseased of Women, Scrofula. Springs rich in carbonic acid.
Splendid New Bath-houses, Kurhaus, Tennis Courts and Golf Links. Magnificent
! Park. Fine Modern Hotels, Villas and Boarding Houses. For Detailed illustrated i
! booklets free, address: Kur Director. Bad Nauhcira, Germany.
■ fcv _j*j LJh Ell m M P3 Hi P^| IS y^ Sm
■ M /fm r\ R n »vS § § il ■- new leading hotel A P*voLr.ttße^ort c>: Db
% ¥ ¥■ E^ [1 H I ?\V m ¥•■ m E ' Americans. 60 yards from Baths. Santta
s \L. t»^ fa / *€fr 1 Si I I* tloa&l > ri»Me ßains by Mott, M.Y. IndnslM terms:
I •*■ ' *"* rood & Full Board from $8. Proprietor M . Lehr.
m m a m a , REQUIRING HO CARRIAGE TO BATH- j
1 i^l^^ifW^ b§3 8 19 IrQ /a E EH&H ' HOUSES, BEING DIRECTLY OPPOSITE,
I IT* sJtZWiyf mmi&B BSB , steam heat throughout, vacuum
p'gjrtay w-w— ' CARPET CLEANER :—
J|2^ 1)8^- THE KAISERHOF -»q|
Leading and Largest Ist Class Hotel Residence of American Aristocracy.
loom and Full Board From $3. -r^lfrKir*- H. Haberland, Proprietor.
ADINE : M JA <6°oo
T}'.e Ideal SiH>t in Switzerland for it ITTh *■ TV *_ 1
long May. I nluiie riirnis!,,.d l'rl- B-*» «n* MC&/f^<^ nAIOI
\ ate Cbalets for hire. £^ dfidLv OUlwi
! Tliis Famous Hole! lias been entirely renovated, and embracei every modern requisite:
Private Baths. Klertric I.idht. Splendid Pml>Mo Rooinn, Latest Sanitation, etc.: Unrivalled IJst j
of Out-of-I)oor S|M»rt« may be enjoyed: — Tennis, Boating, Trout FlNhlnß-, ( iinibinc. etc.
Indoor <;iinieH of all sorts are provided, inrlud lag F.nKlinh and French JiliUards. j
ffl Ie I lii mm I I Gornerqrat Railways
£**&£ MI il & ;'; '* .'A Hotzil, "Victoria," "Monl Ci-rvin,"
"^ "" Hotels » | " Mont ?, o «-" "RiHelalp," |
The most picturesque and deligbtlul Summer Resort at _.', ,„„ „ „ „ * .
tie loot of the Matte-horn (14705 ft.) and the "Honta \ .. sl *. / Be . I . I « v V Ct - National." j
Bosa" .15217 It./. Goinergrat (10289 ft.). d'Hotcls: I Schweizcrhol."
kjj rk f7^ *5 gs» Ui *1 r *" 1 S\ Wa\ ~~ 10 Mineral SprinKS. • Large Bath Houses.
|^^ : |4* In* Rta p| n||^ S THE MUMICIPALITYS OWN MOOR BEDS
5.5 a"fi ai2 b9 "ul •a*' if™ n^ ar Hiehest Moor known in Forrum-Bicarboaate.
SEASOX MAY-SEPTEMBER S (Over 100.000 D.or baths *** •"»•■)•
CURES : Corpulence, gout", jaj";n:i, chronic app«adiciu>, constipation, irtcric-sclero^is, woman's disease, heart
distisr. diiea4« of kidacys, nrr.-e>, &c Natural Carbonic Baths is many grad«62B: Ma/»- Sub -AipineCliraatc
Splendid wal'is through high mountain woods 100 kilometres ia extent. PricM much resloeed in May.
I Jane ac J September. Special i:»-.>n • with Kitchen available. Prospectus gratia irom Burjomaster.
AeEF,!-BM)^fi, HOTEL REGINA
Op«Ded ISO 4. The most op-to-date. Bcautlfil Garden, 12,000 n.n*re yards. Prltats Baths and
"••i /"'I v"'-cv "'- c - French Restsaranu ABta-(arafe. Splendid View Black Forest, Noonu.ns and Towa.
''■wQj JUL£9 HPPERT, Proprietor; also of Hotel Bell*vn». Bta Remo.
|h fm/| Throat Troubles, nil ICL MilliLC I Clitl C
Jat_J IWiik-.^ Bronchitis, — GaraHo-SVITES with PRIVATE Hath
fIA^Z£WsBAO. Hotel Kopp' s Konigsviiia
UP-TO-DATE; Most Hotel by Royalty, and High-Class English
UP-TO-DATE, Mos! frrqornUd by Royalty, and High-Class Eniliah I
and American Society. «• Beit ■ltuated, OTerlooktag Park.
TLI I IS (.Swl ) HOTELS BELLEVOE &DO PARC
c M ; fe C~") HOTELS BELLEVUE &DO PARC
I Iff '4 R isA Leading Fashionable lstabli*h-» ravOfilo sojourn resorts lor ,
El 1& wig >-} ments. I anje »'rivcite ' ark, Bernese Oberlund I \cur«»iona.
& Sui M M Auto-Garage, Tennis, etc.
rag IIYTOI A ErKSi H°I G I Victor^ Na.moiiw.
gnyTF a i a f t\i Hotel Jungfrau 1 a - Huiiw>
M I SLi lfe«r4f\E-l^ Hotel Jusigfrau "-^
ll ALL 05 THE HOHEWEC-AdJolnJac Cadno. . U O fffl BelVOtlOroJ M"M "* C "'
■"■ Svory Comfort It Luxury, Qglf, •«. ""' <i " —/ '
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATIRDAy, MAY 7, . 1910.
EUROPEAN _ADVERT|BEMENT3. —
LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY
THE PREMIER RAILROAD OF ENGLAND.
I Route of the ' I n ill West Coast
A.er.canSp.o.a.Tra,. -Queenstown-London
Liverpool and London vi.dubl.n.-holyhe*d- j Sh J t c d ckest
LiVCIpUUi ana LiUIIUUiI Shortest and Quickest
COHHECTIHG WITH 1maHI1» *II ' Mail f. 11 1 O BETWEEN
Trans- Atlantic Steamers. AlllßnUail lildll HUUIC London and Glasgow
• Fast and Luxurious Trains _______^___ „ , Hotels.
London-Liverpool 3 35 mm. I Comprehensive TOUriSt Line I uvERPOOL 3 . 5 . 6 Northwestern
" Ri a C |r, ce r M : ? " V" Shakespeare's Country LONDON Euston
„ Birmingham 2:03 „ Washington's Ancestral Home BIRMINGHAM Oueen'S
„ Dublin 9 „00 „ George Eliot's Country univup.n H.V
:; Edlnburirh ■■! :: 15 :: North Wales District HOLY HE AD .::::::^ west..
„ Glasgow . ..11 „15 „ Scotch Lake District \ pppQTnN . """.V.c";. Arm.
; Aberdeen 11 „ 28 „ etc. CRe'we .::::" .V.SSSe Arm,
Corridor (\ estibuled) Trains •■ GREENORE Greenore Hotfl
Dining and Sleeping . Tariff Moderate : Cuisine
Car Services " and Service excellent
For Illustrated Literature and all Information apply R. G. WAND, General Agent. 287, Fifth Avenue. New York
FRANK REE, General Manager, Euston Station. LONDON.
FOREIGN RESORTS.
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
Wll miyPrM l*"lrn:l *" lrn : American
ILuUNutri- Hotel. Auto (iarace.
l'rop.. \v. siho- _ ur |#iinrn>inr
ber. of Sln-p- THE KAISERHOF
hfarflH. Cairo. '" v HHim-IIIIUI
HOTELS IN RUSSIA.
Russia; Moscow,
HOTEL BERLIN
First class — 150 Bedrooms. American
and English Patrons. Swiss Proprietors
AUSTRIA, HUNGARY, SWITZERLAND.
VIE&I.MA The Finest Hots
I Ell W A in Austria.
HOTEL BRISTOL
Located on the Fashionable Karnthaerring.
and the favorite resort of Americans. Per
fect French Cuisine ana choice irines.
A~USTRIA:-The Tyrol
HOTEL TYROL, INNSBRUCK
Starting; point for Oberammergau
I'luys. Summer and Fall Resort.
Grand Mountain Views. Illustrated
brochure free from X Y. Tribune.
BUDAPEST
O Gd' Hotel Hungaria
Firtit-Claxs Hotel with Panoramic View over
th*« Danube. Every modern Comfort. Kxclu
blve American and English patronage.
CHARLES J. BUKGER. Manager; formerly
of Imperial Hotel. Vienna.
BALE. CD Hotel VICTORIA
All Modern Comforts. £( NATIONAL
CADI QRAII Carlton
MllkWlJMlland Hohenbnre Villaa.
Savoy West End Hotel
CARLSBAD national
LAUSANNE continental
MARIENBAD. Kesort Cure of
r\M%.M.HiL%Df\MJm Klne Kdward.
HOTEL WEIMAR
d mi* _ „II - ia L - #1 Garage and
f&fm QriCiTlJaQ Central Court.
IfIHOTEL klinger
Finest Sitoation. Electric Light, Lift
BSONTREUX. Switzerland
MONTRCUX Switzerland
HOTEL BELMONT
||1 Delightful Spring and Summer
Resort and "Rest Cure."
| FOREIGN RESORTS.
WORLD
Famous
CURE
Since
ROMAN
Period*
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS.
! BELGIUM
And tha ■™* B ™*^ wmaw^aai mmammmi ~««»' r i
v APRIL to NOVEMBER \
Surpassing Chicago's \
Great Exhibition of '93
and COMBINING ALL THE
IMPORTANT and ATTRACTIVE
FEATURES of RECENT
NATIONAL GATHERINGS.
4 hour* from TTI^irVKJ/OkF 9 JZr O^ttfMTfi fl
LONDON XV t7 MJ? %3 V OC \f & i^vCllCfl.
By the Belgian Royal Mail Steamers Thrice Daily
Sea Passage 3 Hours.
Circulation Season Tickets, 15 days Ist Clasi, »12.30; 5 day«, $6.15.
Fop fnl & r^ olari BELGIAN STATE RAILWAYS
Tlckat and Information Offices—
THOS. COOK £ SOiV, everywhere ; F. C. CLARK, Times Building!, N.Y. ; Amsrlean Exprais.
Red Star Line. New York-Antwerp
The New HOTEL ST. ANTOINE W "
Th« Principal and Ntwmt Hotel In Antwerp, entirely ranorated In 1910 Numerous Rooms with Bath.
Town and Country, SW. Cth A-«nu». S.Y. Forward* Free. Beautifully Illostrated Oaide to Antwery
4T\ n m »ir\ tt nnnPT Entirely renovated. Auto Garage. 200 Rooms. Bnltea with
UKAWU nUIuJJ. Bath and Toilet. Tariff Fr»« from BSB, Kifth ATenne. ST.
HJy 1 y^JF jL^g £ uaej MriiJr Centre for Battlef id Waterloo-
INTERNATIONAL & UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION. ££l*l%.
HOTEL. EUKOPB. PLACE ROYAI.E. Strictly First CUsi. Su.t»» with Bjth<.
OjMV^g ilJlifllia lip " ' INI 9R*A 49 <UM*Ulkw Most fisMonaMe «nd popular
g~ » fi " 3 \i 'l"«k f r Kea-nde KMort in the World,
ik i f4f 4 ■ i^' g I J Bathing and Amnvmniti.
U f CONTINENTAL. ■*C 0 Beds. Pension $4 to $5 per day. Rooms from $1-23.
IPS Hotels I 3p|_ENQ|gE < * •'OOBfds. Pension $3 to $4 per day. Rooms from $1-23.
OH-thß-Sea. Tur PLAGE 230 BMs. Hotel and Restaurant de Line.
\ 1 iffc rbHUbi t^sr These Hotels are mouern in eiezj respect.
LI 808. Th X LEAPING Tn~l> 1) S fit IA t. CITY OP H L OIUM.
Sl..^ m MOST FAMOUS KUR RESORT IN
td Si JRk EUR.OPE. Fashionable Sporting
mmmW &£& Centre. THE SUMMER. R.ENDEZ
fiI K«r«i&,. V^US of Brussels and Paris Fash-
ma£aa A Bagaß ionables.
Write for Illustrated Deaorlptlv* Boons fve« from
BELGIAN INFORMATION OFFICES sa. .'JfiVar JSfeSw! p IBg < ';«,«. |
M UNTER DEN LINDEN M
j WjL BERLIN'S FINEST HOTEL i^Fj
%, EVERY MODERN M
m Rebuilt Throughout Hj
H Newly Furnished B
I^^J Contains every Comfort and Luxury §|||]
in Modern Construction. i§Sjj
G&|j " Admittedly the most Comfortable Hotel I
i Vi Europe-" H
_ EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOREIGN RESORTS.
. I """ " "
LONDON
Hotel Metropole
A most comfortable Hotel with .1 vrorld-wldo reputation. Favorably lennwn
t6 many American visitors to London. Moot convenient and central location
in Northumberland Avenue, Trafalgar Square. Clone to Royal Pal ■••.. J/owm
of Parliament. Fashionable Residential Quarters. Theatres mad Principal
Places of Interest.
Illustrated Tariff Booklet fre:; Uptown Office New-York Tribune. Ho* B way. N.Y.
GORDON HOTELS, LIMITED,
Largest Hotel Proprietors in the World
The Piccadilly Hotel
(And Restaurant LONDON
Regent Street and Piccadilly; Centre of Shopping & Theatres.
AMERICAN DISHES A SPECIALTY.
Hot Water Radiators & Hot & Cold Water In Every Boom.
' Apply for tariff*. Town 1 Country Barman. 3»9. .>lh Aw., »w York.
' <ablr» and Tel . Plcixlillo. London. F. V. HKIM. On'l .Manager.
r HOTEL I „npr np ' F
HMMEHHSIg£2£E£ELSaEan < Switzerland.)
OPENING SEASON 1910 (JUNE.)
300 feet above Lake, with private Funicular from opposite the
famous Tennis Courts and Electric Trams. Perfect quiet, with
glorious views of Lake Lucerne &all well-known mountains.
Finest location in Lucerne. Many private Baths 6* Balconies.
Splendid Panorama from Terrace & Gardens. All American
Hotel Comforts &x& x Luxuries, Garage, etc. Built in 1909.
.*__ . »
The Finest Seaside f\ €*t m f^ j^ \%M W^k ( 9 ium ) 5 Hour*
Resort on the North Sea. a +*** I^3 mmW from 1 - <>n ' lon °«" Pd'i^
HOTELS O2\T T^IE: SEA FRONT
Hotel de la Plage The Continental ... 400 Beds
And Restaurant De Luxe M Splendid 400 ••-
Entirely Rebuilt & Refurnished * * KarSaal&Bcatl-Site 150 **
300 Beds— Rooms From 51.20 With Pension. $3 to $5 per day
ALL HAVE PRIVATE BATHS & BALCONIES O VERLOOKING SEA. AUG' DE CLERCK. Proa.
gCDCDCIIIIIyCII J PAUC, HOTEL
« ae'Bafli^-'Bolland .■A" OT ™ 1 C
— 8 HOURS FROM LONDON OR PARIS. — ''^S-i _ ROTEL D CBAHE£
The Fashionable NorlhSea Resort. "^*J=i CR£H3 HOTEL
VICHY— HotelsduParc&lVlajesticPalace
Every Modern American Hotel Comfort & Luxury.
Finest Location Overlooking Park. J. ALETTI, Mgr.
TWO LEADING HOTELS.
BERLIN. opened ,09, 09 HA BURG.
Hotel Der Kaiserhof Hotel Atlantic
RontiVAiod at cost of 5t. 000,000. RESTAURANT PFORDTE.
All Latomt Amorloan Comforts. Facing Beautitai Alstar Laxa.
\ . . Illa*trate4 Booklet* tram ''New York Tribune." '
j ~ _ —^T
ESPLANADE HOTEL
TWO OF THE
Most Magnificent Hotels in Europe
With alt la/eat Comfort* and Luxury*
Restaurant de Luxe — to Non- Residents.
Illustrated Booklet free from N.Y. Tribune Office.
118 Hi Cv &■ 111 tf^U S 9 M &L *POLLI!MRIS SPRING*,
CHARMINGLY LOCATED IS THE VALLEY OF THE AHR.
WORLD RENOWNED FOR THE CURE OF DIABETES. LIVER, KIDNEY. AND STOMACH
DISEASES, AS WELL AS GALLSTONES. GRAVEL. NEPHRITIS. AND GOUT.
Theatre, Grand Concerts, Delightful Excursions, Tennis Court.*, Trout Fishing. In the Kur.
Hotel, directly adjoining the Bath-Houses. Americans will find Flr»t-Class Accommodation.
Aadrcaa: KURDIRECTION, NEUENAHR. GERMANY, or N.Y. TRIBUNE N.Y,.
;_%} FOJ> ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET.
ax •n.i* ai^ | fbflQ 66,000 Bathers, 200,000 Visitor!
ARI '«"«• anJ Tourists. Address, Mini-
C- "" _ Z_" ~~ * — *, 9 cipaliiy for information and pamphlets.
ARI SKAiJ • wU9 luJ Tourists. Address. Hi*fc»
r " 4%a -"- Ji - f/ * i# 9 cipaiity for information and pamphlets.
CURES: Stomach and intestine diseases, enlarged spleen & liver, Prostdta,
kidney & bladder stones, hemorrhoids, corpulence, abdominal plethora, diabetes
gout, rheumatism, uric acid diathesis, sciatica and oxalurta. MEDICINAL AGENCIES:
16 mineral springs, 5 big bath establishments, hot spring, carbonic acid, moor, river.,
fresh water, hot water, steam, vapour portable and separate, electric light and water.
four-stage, 2 hydro-therapeutic establishments. Swedish exercise (Slbjd) and masaaf*
fine woods and promenades, races, theatres, concerts, golf, lawn tennis, &c.

DY2> IT"^T»"ir n ni LEADING FASHIONABLE HOTEL OF DRESDEN.
jtfLEM72UJL*L\i PRIVATE BATHS. GARAGE. FINE GARDEN.
Facing Central Station. THE CONTINENTAL
RESDEN, GRAND UNION HOTEL, itwiii home comforts.
BISMARCK SQUAR.E. Close Main R. R. Station. Unrivalled position,
rice garden front and back. High class, world repute. Suites with bath
ff = lESBADEN: HOTEL KAISERHOF
W/w/ FIRST CLASS THROUGHOUT. IN ELEVATED POSITION IN OWN
W W LARGE PARK. 40 NEW PRIVATE BATHROOMS.
WILDUNGEN" T " EfUliST£ " HOf "
■fttf II II 1 I II Ifl I ll Finest and Largest Hotel. Superb U-evtori.
■VI *■» Wmw m mw ■ ■ mam ■ m Apartments with hot ami cold water u4
• Th»rmal Paths. Golf. OnraTTJ. etc.
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE, j
— — — — — —
Rome, Staly,
Grand Hotel
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
The- mo*t beautiful - . I
nail comfortable
Hotel in Italy. Electric
light throughout. American i
elevators. Charming Suites ■,
with bathrooms attached.
U\D£R Jill. SAME DIRECTION AS
THE SAVOY HOTEL, LONDON
Rome, Italy.
Gd. Hotel Quirinal
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
UlKlilr reputed and fashionable Ist tlan*
Hotel In the healthiest ami flnett part of
Koine. K»«rjr modern comfort and luxury.
<.rund Hall. Hand. Private but brooms. lYr
(«rt sanitation.
HIGH CLASS FRENCH RESTAURANT.
STEAM HKAT THKOI (.HOI r
Ri|||Cop*-«h.v w full Sooth.
nMr ° prnth ' >1<? ' lr Electricity.
UITIIb Hound, Hteum heat.
ROYAL HOTELj^ I
ROYAL HOTEL ;SS£:i
FOREIGN RESORTS.
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE.
CO IV! O (LAKE OF)
Cemobbio First Class. Lrni!l:>«
C.U l\fl linrri Hotel. Finest SItua
bKAMJMHLL tJon . lmmense P » rle
Viila d'Esie and Gardens. Autobus
V 111*1 M. JL>J>at: >t Comt> Station.
GEM n a IN BEAUTIFUL
LilUHi private park
"EDEN PALACE."
Venice Hotel — «— .
Splendid VI in*,
n in • 1* Elrctric I.I « lit.
Royal Danieli _™*
All Modern Comforts. Railway Ticket*
Newly *•*♦»* J
¥C" !■IC ST . b«lB S tte
l-tSlOt., bates ti.
GRAND HOTEL. - "•VST*
It) Feet on th« A. PIAXT*. -
Grand CanaL Man— r
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