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A GROT'P or- -roWGIRLS.-
LOUT? AIXIN
As an inOiau.
CUILOM IN HOi ATTACK
Veteran Senator Speaks Strong
ly on Illinois Corruption.
<~~ r-L>ca?o.r -L>ca?o. July *.— "I (sal to see an
s: fcoaest legislature picked out. I want, to
-■ r?€ an end to tho jackpots and the cheap
iMevery tliat have brought --ace to die
.^tatt of Illinois. I don't care whether they
ere Republicans or Democrats, 1 am un
swervtag to the opinion that the guilty
should be run down and sent to the pen-
United Staie? Senator Shelby M. < ulloin.
•p«ak:n,r in trong t*rms as indicated in
t.b€ foreroing quotation from hia remarks.
; followed with this declaration:
"Now is the time for Illinois to speak
- *>ut- The opportunity, it seems to me, ie at
—>>end for the «?i«*ction of a legislature which
b<2 composed of honest men and ■which
'""Viiil riot cause the name of Illinois to be a
-Tiyword in the mouths of public men from
"*H parts of the United States."
Senator Culiom. looking better than for
four cr five years and sayine that his
l;<ea!rh has shown a marked Improve
ment T<-fth the last year, ';•-«•• Mo
raine Hotti. Highland Park, resting after a
hot and wearisome trip from Washington.
The senior Senator is here for a two
"jonths" st?.y i:i Illinois, seeking rest a;id
~^crea*ion afr«*r the strenuous closing da:>
n_f CongresF.
Senaicr Callom pref erred not io discuss
i::noi= stat<r po'itic?, so far as it concerns
hlrniself personally. H^ let it b*> known.
j s fiowtever. That after i rt rest he will
' ' "infra v.-jth his perssor.al friend? and polit
:^3' l;.«-!J!teriarts in th^ Republican party.
' snd ther. dependent -pon the co:idition of
" ~'c health^ determine whether he again will
v * a candidate for the United State?
\[Prr.E.t»r. Senator Cullom'a term do*'* not
rxpire -Jiitil 1312.
'"^"ha; 6o you look for concerning the
■" inv*??tigatiyn of the Ix>rimer
•-a:-:"' Ssnatoi Cullom way asked.
"'I hare no doubt about the committee
-^«f Senators who arc deputed' to conduct
V the i.-vfrtigat'on." replied Mr. Culloxn. "I
fca« r^a^on to br ; li<i\e and to predict at
this time that th« investigation "» ill be
J Shcrotigti and ra.pi'S. The Senators v ill
k^SWKP to ITllrirjis with <?p*>u mind?, prepared
-:n Ht-.,,H t -.,, - o a s] evidence and facts which
*Try " or r - Tiay iiav. ■;-'*-•' lam con
cent the mvesTigation will be <*ond'icted
Jairiy arsd impartiajly to all concerned.
"So far as I am concerned personaiiy. I
.have »<~\e><s a 5 a Senator from Illinois and
• ss Is f>.manded by the courteries whicn
. ;'evai! betxre^n member? »f the Senat*.
Puch comsiunJcatknui relative to th«v mat
**r a? ha-pr? been sent to me I have pr* 1 -
HaiTed to th* 5 S^naro, and ......
Prcrsrjtjy r^ferr^-d to the Investigating
. r<r J^-Tn;:'.«^. l have: conrid^nce in th*' »-apa-
and the personnel of ttoe/committeel
. its report is pr*f-nte<i to the Senate
,*~ f n I thai! art as my own pert^na! judg-
& Senator Cullom reverted repeatedly to
fT'^po^ition of cleaning- out th«» dis
est men from Bprini ** members
the General Asxembiy. The venerable
-ator made It plain that He Is <3»*<»p!y in
; "«wted In th^ f.gr'r.t to: decencr ■* Sprtoir
-**ic, bat that he ins given no thought jo
rr I**1 **- mcke-'jp of the next I>»Rislat»:re from
'*-* polat o? vi^sr of a i*wsiblr candidate
•"■ ft-electlan.
Ht s^frrjcj to ?<■*"! that as a reprcsenta
.. r ryei y e of EJinoss the character aiid r*-pula
'i;«a of his -tat- hatf lx»«r. placed !n s"«rl
<*s jeopardy.
"It if a burning shame." Senator <~ullom
* i*st*ra£*A,i *st*ra£*A, "that the 'jackpot* system and
--■'SrolefcUfc «?»^a2i:;!,r i.ava been r>«?rmitt«*d to
i* fegrafted at Springfield. The nation is
l °afabg t.j the decent and honest part of
-i!h« community o? the state to clean up
- * t ''J cisam v.ii the dishonest m*.'l who are
r^T-i-.hio^ for »he crr->k«rdxie£3 at the State
C: -T'iol. i cannot state the ca«** too strong
• '• l"r".n my owrs jtolnt of view. I welcome
'** - for decency which seem? to
hav-f :,r :(?n Euoo^sfully rtirted. I would
LJ^^tor Gallom jir^dirted »hat Repub
'V;a ti psr;y Bucceaa at 'the November Con
r el'rc'jons ti*Tjf;ii<Si> «»ntir«-ly upon the
j^JWliry of .^^ Rersblican factions to get
«■'/ -udgrnent^** said Sector Cullom.
Vf relatiotiii and the understandings b**
PKOMINEXT SOCIETY PA»TICIPAN T TS IX SOUTHAMPTON'S CIBCUS FOR CHARITY.
MISS KATITERIN"E KET.
One of the '"Ccm-sirls."
«■"■ will settle th* fate of the Republican
party this fall. I have ample reason to
believe that the President and the former
President will be of on*- accord as to mat
ters political. Th«>y are Republican? in the
first irj stance.
"If the advice of the President and of
Mr. Roosevelt, which I believe will be
Identical, is taken by the Republican party
the existing differences will be healed and
success in November will b< sure."
MEETS MYSTERIOUS DEATH
Benevolent Old Woman of Water
Street a Strange Victim.
Mrs Hannah Woods, who kept a lode
ing: house at No. 390% Water street, met
death mysteriously about 9 o'clock last
night n*^ar her home. On of h<r
lodg-erp. Miss Mary Davis, found her sit
ting on the doorstep o f No '■'■'■•- Water
street and spoke to her. lire Woods
answered, and then expressed her inten
tion of going into the house, but fell to
the street.
Dr. L. Weinstock, of No. 30 Oliver
street, was summoned and pronounced
Mrs. Woods dead from heart disease,
for which ho had been treating- her lor
boom time, making no examination of
the bod;.*, .— he was not suspicious of
any foul play. On opening- the dead
Woman's dr^ss later, however. Miss
Davis discovered blood on her clothing,
and farther examination revealed a
<i»-^r> wound over the li^art. The police
were informed, and they summoned tho
ambulance from the Hudson Street Hos
pital. Dr. Brown, who was in charge,
paid he could not determine whether the
wound was caused by a bullet or a
knifo.
have
an enemy, and no reason could be
found for hor murder. It is thought Fh^
may have been a victim of a stray bullet
fired by an oyer-«nthusiastlc pcr —
celebrating th<> holida\.
"Mother Wood.<. as she was known
in th« neighborhood, was sixty-five ypar?
old. She "was nev»*r known, it is said.
to turn ;tny onp away from her house as
long as he "■■■■'■ ■■ fe.w coppers in his
pocket, and many who had none at all
■wero allowed to sp^nd the night ther*>
when they could find no oth< •■ place to
which to so.
GAVE HISTORICAL PAGEANT
Students of U. of V. Summer School
Celebrate Fourth.
Charlor.terville. N. C July A. -An histori
cal pageant covering more th;in thr<»e hun
dred, jreara of history was the way in which
the student? of the T'niversity of Virginia
summer soh'Kil celebrated ihe Fourth.
More than a thousand persons took part m
the various scenes, among which were the
Continental Ojngres* and an elaborate
Revolutionary minuet.
The pageant as reviewed from the ro
tunda fcteps= by a group representing not
able historical »-haraeter?. who received
the d^legati'jnF from th<> various counties
of Virginia and th*- states and counties
outsfd> Virginia. Personal or state Hags
from*the governor.- of Maryland, Ohio,
... and Virginm were di.=
'ulav^d At a dnn~> givn to-ntght it, the
e'rnna«l^ni many appeared in their pa-
Santfcostunieß. which were picturesque
and beautiful- _ ,
ANOTHER BALLINGER DENIAL.
No Truth in Latest Report of Forth
coming Resignation.
Washington. July 4 .-S.,rotary BalUng,r
to-day added wither denial to the many
he ha* made of rumor., that he would re-
The latest denial followed ■ report
that' he would re^!«£ as a result of Presi
dent TBti's action In rienins orders of
JiSdrawa, covering £«,» acre, of power
sites, phosphate a nd^ petroleum land.=.
CUBAN AGRICULTURAL BANK.
H*vanji JulJ «--Th e " OUM passed H Dili
f£££ authorizing the estkbtteHmSjt of a
the «Mt .e*^ on July 15-
YEW-YORK DAILY TRIBTXE. TUESDAY, JULY 5, iota
MRS. GOELET LATIN RIDENG HER .HORSE, WHICH SHOWED GREAT IXTFL.LJOSXCE IX
THE PUSHBALL. GAME.
G. TL FBOMANN
An Indian chief.
ROOSEVELT.'MANOFHOUR'
Southern Democrat Proclaims
Ex-President Nation's Leader.
Ocean Grove. X. .1.. July 4 (Special). —
Theodore Roosevelt Tva.= proclaimed the
man of the hour to-day by four thousand
men and women who participated Jn the
annual Independence T'ay celebration in
the Auditorium, held under the auspices of
the Ocean Grove ("'amp Meeting Associa
tion. The orator. TVhitehead Klutiz. pres
t the North Carolina Senate, had
u.ired that th^ time wa? ripe for the
• ■-<■ voters in the Republican and Pemo-
Uic parties to ij:ii*e around a leader of
acter. and that leailer. in his
opinion, was Theodora Roosevelt The
mention of Roosevelt's name •was followed
■ remendous applause.
: The meeting was presided over by the
! Rev. Dr. A. .f. Palmer, of Mllton-on-the-
I Hudson, and a delegation of Grand Army
; veterans frcm Asbury Park and Ocan
; Grove occupied seats on the platform. Fa
| triotic hymns were sung by Mrs. .Minnie
' Castle Davis and Donald Chalmers, and
Jthe Declaration of Independence was read
■ by T. Frank Appleby, Mayor of Asbury
i Park. Senator Kluttz vas introduced by
j Governor Fort. Th- Senator's subject was
'■ "Our Heritage from the Pioneers." He
'. urged the preservation of their heroic vir
• tues and deplored the fact that out in
' Nevada some Americans are keeping the
: birthday of the Republic with a prizefight.
I "If Nevada were loosed from her moor
i ings to-day." the Senator said, "the law of
' gravitation would take her straight to hell
; —rotten Reno, divorce courts, boiler maker,
■ chocolate drop and all."
"We are reconciling the ideas of gov
ernment for which our fathers went to
war," he said. "The local government Is
the root and the national government is
the branch. Americans all. we f=houl(S
sober up to-day from the- money intoxica
tion, that deadens us to' the cares of good
government. The time Is ripe for a restora
tion of the government to honesty and to
the people. We shall soon see the !a.= i of
tlio great mon<»y changers scourged from
the temple of our fathers. In thi.= awaken
ing party banners will be trodden under
foot unleew they are the standards of civic
honesty: As In pioneer days, a strong wind
of honesty and purl':- is sweeping in from
the Western plains. •
"The other day there landed in N^'
York City a man Oiled with the mighty
spirit of the pioneers. Although I am a
Southern Democrat, Theodore Roosevelt
seems to me the foremost man of the. tune
and. the appointed leader of this peaceful
revolution. There, upon the bridge of the
Androscoggin. welcomed home by booming
guns md cheering- thousands, he stood
On fortune's crownins *iop<».
Th" pillar of a. people's hope.
The , !■• •■» at a world's desire.
DISABLED FIN COST A RACE
Anyway, Andy. Keyser Concedes That
"Bob" Peach Is Winner.
The annual Independence Day boat race
between "Bob" Peach and Andy Keyser
was held yesterday off the Battery, but was
what hi: -•■ . the Battery Boatman, and
the men of th<; wa.trrfro.it called a fizzle.
Both men got away in ]»'.-!,-,. it Whitehall^
at 3:12 p. in. Qulgley gave the signal and
they pulled away leisurely for Robbing Reef
LUjht. Pearh was in the lead and gfadualiy
crept away from Andy, and a few hundred
fe»-t this side of Ellis Island those with
good <■>*•" saw Keyser put about.
The wind and title were against him, and
it was thought be had given up the strug
gle, but when he ranie In an hour later It
was round Ills starboard oarlock was
broken. H«» - c aid he did not want to take
chanoes ■;■:..; disabled fits.
Andy, who iv seventy-six years old, did
not show any signs of fatigue on his re.
turn '.■.... declared that Peach a.nd
Kayser ar^ "h»«Kbe«np," and told then)
they should have gone down to HrlKhion
Beach with a. ppa.l's and bucket and played
with the ki'i.- In the sand .' :.':-:
"Bob" Peach, who is seventy -seven , ha*
thf reputation of a !»tay«;r. One- 1 he became
exhau»teri on th« trip back and put into
Governor's [aland for arrest: His friends
thought he was lost and made a search for
him. ■■'* "''''■' '■''. :"■'
'when Andy Kejr»er came In after the nn.v
)iai> to th«» oarlock '"■ conceded that "Cob"
was the winner.
WILD WEST SHOW CLOSES CURTISS ROCKS IN AIR
Southampton Performances Earn
$8,000 for Two Institutions.
ATTENDANCE EXCEEDS 6.000
Festivities End with Evening
Lecture and Dance at the
Meadow Club.
[By Tdegrapti ro The Tr:
Srvutharnpton, X. T.. July 4— Societ; was
in evidence to-day at tho last of the three
performances of the Wild West show and
military carnival, given for the benefit of
the Three Arta Club, of New York City,
and Southamptor Hospital. The total esti-
I mated attendance was nearly six thousand,
and the demand for parking space greatly
exceeded thp supply.
The opening parade was distinctly of the
wild West. The Squadron A troopers led
the procession, followed by the amateur
participants. The cottagers taking- the part
of cowboys were "'Jack" Ely, James Larkln.
J. { 1-ce. l-"Ved<*riok Fleitmann and Kzra
Prentice, and th* 1 cowgirls were Miss Key,
Mrs. G. Oallatin and Mis? Zella de Milhau.
Ti.e Indians were James P. Lee. Chief
Laughing Kaprl«» and two children, and also
■a number o r real Indians from the Shinne
"ock reservation, who n-^re o'jt in their
war paint.
Th<= programme Included high jumping
and 'pony express and novelty races. Ladies'
mounted pushball wa? played in publi
for the first time, between the side-saddle
riders and the astride?.
No score was made, co evenly did they
play, Mrs. G. GaUatin starring for the
astrides and Miss Chlsolm and Miss Key
playing cleverly for the sides. Others who
played were Mi?s Smyth. Miss Lydia T^ouiae
Kleitmann. Mips Dana and Mi-s Meymm.
The da}- was perfect for outdooi pertonm
a;ires. Among those who patronized the af
fair were Mr. and Mr.<=. Hnch J. Grant. Dr.
and Mrs. George A. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs.
Goodhue LJ - onK!=tnn. Mr and Mrs. fTerman
Ellis and th" Misses Ellis. H. El Coe, the
■Mi.=se.« Coe and a party of friends; Mr. and
Mr?, i^arles Sheldon. Mrs. William C. Gul
liver, Charles H. Godfrey and a party of
younjr f'jlk. Mr. and Mr? Sidney S. Breese.
Miss Beatrice '"lafiin. Mi^.- Harriet Alexan
der, Miss Apn<^ Edgar, Miss Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. Scot' Cameron. Mr- \ Edgar, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Burral' HoTinan, Dr. and Mrs.
P. F. Chambers, Mr. r:nd Mr?. 11. P. Ron
hins'. Border. Harriman. A. L. Hoffmai:.
Mr. and Mr?. Henry Sanford. K. W. Will
iams, jr.. Char!e« Lawrence, James L.
Breese, jr., the Misses Smythe, Miss Towns
end and Miss Nichol.
This evening there was a farewell hall
and entertainment at the Meadow Club
piven for a!! those who took part to the •■';
tertainmont and the troopers and Western
men. Colonel Jones gave an illustrated lect
ure on A ca-
It la estimated that about 18,000 I as been
cleared for the two institutions.
LAUGHED AT DEATH. KILLED
"Tell My Wife." Said Motorcyclist
Just Before Fatal Ride
Denver, July — "If I'm killed, wire mr
wife In Fresno." laughed W. W. Thorpe, a
motorcycle racer, when cautioned against
reckless riling at a local amusement park
yesterday. In fiv minuter he was dead.
Thorpe, who rode und^r the name of Ben
Brazen, was warming himself up before a
rare when he took the chance which
proved fatal. Runninp sixty mll«»s> an hour,
h« attempted t(j pass between W. P. Millar.
another rid«r. and the track fence. His
wheel slid suddenly from under him and
he struck the track, spinning like a top.
Ho skidded twenty feet along the. ground,
struck a fen •« post and was picked up
with his neck broken and his jaw fractured.
SALOONKEEPER MURDERED
Shot Down in Doorway of Second Ave
nue — Murderer Escapes.
John Streppone. a saloonkeeper, was .-hot
down In front .if his place of business, at
No. HBL Second avenue, last night, and died
almost immediately. Although Detective
ATChiopoli, of the East 104 th street station,
reached the saloon a f pw minutes after the
.'•hootinf. he could obtain no clew to the
identity 'of the murderer.
Dr. Balamuth, of ih<' Bartem Elospita]
"A;t- '-ailed. Before ho arrived Coroner's
I'; \-vi.iiin L^ehane reached the saloon. l»r.
Lehane made ;)'. examination, and found
that Streppone bad beea shot throug
heart a.nd In the t.ai X
The murdered man lived with his family
at No. 138 East 113 th street. He had no
enemies, so far as Detective Archiopoli
could discover.
NEW DANISH CABINET FORMED.
Copenhagen, July 4.— A new Cabinet has
been formed, with Klaus Bernstein, who
was Minister of tile Interior In the llol
steln-Ijedrebord Cabinet. In ISO 9. .i: Pre
mier and Minister of Defence The other
members of the Cabinet inrlude Count
Ahlofeldt-I/iiurvljr. Minister of Foreign
Affair- M. Neergraard, Minister of
Finance; A. Nielsen, Minister of Agrl
culture, and M. Svehderup, Minister of .■.■■
Inter
The Zaijle <.'ai»lnet. which followed the
-ni-i^.iri bor.i Cabinet, resigned on
July I, and the resignation »a- accepted
by liLiLi.' Frederick.
Opens Atlantic City Aviation
Meet with Spectacular Dash.
FLIGHT FRAUGHT WITH PERIL
Risks Death in Biplane to Pre
vent Injury to Spectators
Who Crossed His Path.
[B: T-.i.-'irr.-i-.;- r,i rh« Tribune. 1
Atlantic City, July *.— -Cheered by ~"zr
ly one hundred thousand spectators, Glenn
H. Curtiss opened the Atlantic Cttj avia
tion meet with a spectacular dash in the
face nf an i ers wind on rl^ beach at
1:24 o'clock this afternoon. II" flew f or
only half a mile, but that dash t J
fraught with danger, for a stiff wind from
the northwest blew down the side streets
at such a rate that, it cai-- - chin
of the air to ro<ic as though it was being
tossed on the bosom of the ocean.
The flight came r^ar ending disastrous
ly, for as i ''irtis r - flew down the beach
toward the $1,000,006 pier, riding about
twenty-five or thirty feet in the air, a
bather and a small child broke away Crotn
the crowd and ran out on the beach al
most to the spot the aviator had selected
on which to land.
Screams of terror rose from the crowd,
whose throats only a moment before had
cheered the daring conqueror of the air.
Curtiss acted quickly. He flashed his for
ward planes, skimmed over the pair and
dropped in the soft sand in safety a g 1
hundred feet from the pier.
Police and firemen were impressed into
.service to-day to keep back the big throng
that had been attracted to the beach and
boardwalk by the booming of the guns
which were fired as a signal for Curtiss's
intended flight. Pleas and threats were
alike useless, and it was only with the
greatest difficulty that a lane was cleared
wide enough to enable Curtiss to make the
hopping flight by which he intended to try
out his motor and his ability to By and
land safely.
"Wi'iie he wa? preparing to make his
flight the wind shifted from a g^n'l- sea
bree» to a still northwest wind, th.at
eddied from the shore buildings in veritable
v. i iT-ipni-'ls Managers of the meet ron
sulted with Curtisa and other aviators, and
th« former said thej would not in.«ist on a
flip!";'' under the prevailing conditions. But
Curtiss said he would take a shy at it.
anyhow.
"It was the most dangerous flight I have
ever made," said Curtiss, when he had
! done. "When I found I was caught in th»
I eddies of air that threatened to turn mr
plane over or sldewtpe me into the canal.
i was strongly tempted to turn out to sea
ami go up in the air. but the fear that I
would b*> forced to drop Into the ocean or
imperil the lives of the spectators in mak
ing the swoop necessary to a landing to
prevent myself being carried on to th»
boardwalk or Into on*- of the piers, caused
m< to take a chance of sticking close to
the beach.
"At several points I was caught in the
swirls^ that proved to me that my machine
- will stand the strongest seashore wind, and
1 1 shall therefore stick to my contract to
make daily flights and to make the attempt
to capture both the altitude and the dis
| tarn speed prizes."
' Curtias stated unofficially that if the con
ditions were at nil favorable he would at
tempt to cover the fifty-mil*: speed course
over the ocean to-morrow. He stood by
his machine all the afternoon in the hope
tha v . the win.! would either change or die
down and the crowd thin out so that he
might make a real JMgh.t. But he was
forced to be satisfied with his one little
flight for the day.
Because of the difficulty with the crowd
an.l the narrow escapes to-day the Aero
Club and police officials met early to-nigh(
and decided to clear the b~ach of bathers
and strollers to-morrow morning and keep
it. clear for the remainder of the meet] To
accomplish this the police and firemen and
members of the Atlantic City troop of
cavalry will be employed.
HARMON DEFIES HiGH WIND
Had Intended to Take a Passen
ger, but Went Aloft Alone.
Garden City, Long Island, July 4.— A
holiday crowd of twenty thousand gathered
,i- the aerodrome here to-night in the ex
pectation of seeing Clifford B. Harmon
make a world's record carrying a passen
ger. For a long time, however, it looked
as if there would be no Sight as the wind
kept Mowing steadily from the ocean. It
did not let up until after 7 o'clock, when
it veered around to the north and calmed
down somewhat. Mr. Harmon had intend
ed taking with him his mechanic. Mallard,
hut because of the high wind he went aloft
■lone.
Alter making several short circle* he
mailed away toward Meadow Brook. He
circled the polo Held mere, scaring a num
ber <•! ponies that were being worked out.
and then returned to the shed.
To-morrow, If the wind li right, Mr. Har
mon will leave here and «ail to Greenwich,
Conn. He has arranged pontoons under
neat! his biplane and will fly '•■ Roalyn.
thence alon« the harbor and straight
across to the home of Ms father-in-law.
Commodore H C. Benedict. li. will wear
a life i re*< rver
Charles Russell, in a CurtLss machine,
mud** a number or short flights preliminary
to Harmon's flight, but did not get over
two teet from Ih* ground.
Gac«' (•'-. Tarbeli to-night said that an
other stand would b«* erected at th* north
side 6f the fiV-M for those who could not
afford to pay i" go into the present one.
.No admission "til be charged.
RESORTS.
PENNSYLVANIA. ,j
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The Mountain Paradl?». >
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the leading and finest hotel in tht* r z;..-i for >
those who seek the best in appointment. I
cuisine, service, comfort and location. Every !
lncioor entertainment and outdoor pastlnvr. j
spt'cial early season rates. Book!«t nt camera
views and Auto Maps mailed. Fourth Season. ,
'- ■ JOHN PCP.DY COPE. '
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THE KITTATiNNY
The Leading Hotel at Delaware Water Gap. I
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Academy.- Special July rates.
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ient table; modern conveniences; jras: no :
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THE EPSICK— —SOO feet in the > ll ■>■■■!— !
cc*:ages. steam h*at. "Metric iisht; coif, casino. !
tennis, fishing. Eookl-t. i
H. M E3&ICK. E— lc> Height*. Pa. ;
NEVr^PP.IJcE ••Ar.tN INN. ;
Where you can catch trout. Room* en suite and j
with private baths. Booklet. W. J. i M. D !
PRICE. Canaderjla. Pocono Mts.. Pa. j
.VERMONT.
VERMONT VACATION KF>OKrS.
150 Pa^e Illustrated Book. Full information
in rp=;ii(j to Summer I£p?»ort» In \ ermont and
shores Lake haniplain with hot«-I. rarr~ and
I villas': home accommodations. Prices $7 per
■■ week and up Send Cc stamps for mailing.
. Address SUMMRP. HOMES. No. 57, :t«.-. Broad-
TheGienwood ssyss^
Kydevllle. Vti Kates S3 Co $14. W. C. MOL-.D.
Prop. '■■'.:..
LAKE ROM os E EN". VT.
PKOSPECT HOUSE.
Sanitary plumbtns; electric lights; *»-»**.
' milk, cream, vegetables from hotel farm.
J Booklet. H. B. E1.1.1.^ MgT
>XV, YORK
It's Cool Now
SARATOGA
SPRINGS
Hew Y"»r» S«at»'« Mreeral Splint Re«err»h«»
Mountain and Lake Resort at
tractions, city conveniences, cos
mopolitan visitors. 280 hotels
and boardins: places and 400 fur
nished cottages. ■
Sparkling Mineral Water.
Pure Mountain Air. Day
excursions to Lake George
and Adirondack Mountain
Resorts. A free convention
hall seating 5,000 people.
Reached via New York Central Line*
■a ■ Delaware & Hudson R. R.
We will find you a furnished cottage,
boarding place, send you literature
and complete information. Address
PUBLICITY COMMISSION
Room 4, The Arcade. Saratoga Spring. New York
■ •
Saratoga
trbe(sranb"Glnion
For Particulars, addre«n
WOOLLEV A GERRA>*>. Proprietors.
(•aratoyii Spring". N. Y.
ALSO OF THE
ROTEI, MARIE A\TOI\ETTE.
Broadway. o6th to 67th St.. Saw York Cltj.
AND THE IROQCOIS, Biflalo.
Garden City Hotel
Garden City. long Island.
18 Mile* from New York. Open all rear.
A HIGH CLASS MODERN HOTEL
RETINED AND EXCI.C?rV"E.
New A. !a Carl* Restaurant
J. J. LA>Nl>' COMPANY, PROPS.
THE COLUMBIAN
1000 ISLAND I'ARK, S:. Lawrence River, N. T.
— The b«ai located and most attract! hotel
among the Thousand Islands; excellent cuisine.
Orchestra and all amusements. Now open.
Tiooklet. 1.. A. JOHNSON. Prop.
\lf:\\M>Rl\ BAY. >". V
THOUS^D ISLAND HOUSE
O. G. STAPLES. Prop. Opens June 23-
For engagement of rooms apply to
HARRY J. PEARSON.
i Prince Georp« Hotel. 14 Ea?t 28th St.. N. T.
ADIRO>I>ACKS.
Tbe Summer Home of Reflnrd Prop?*.
SARAKAC INN
AND COTTAGES
CITER SARANAC LAKE. ADIRONDACK!*.
NOW OPEN
Golf. Tennis and a". Adirondack attraction,
M. C. MARSHALL, Mer.. {'it*' Tirana.- N. Y.
COTTAGES AND CAMPS TO RENT.
WESTPORT INN
AT WEvrrORT. N. V., ON
LAKE CHAMPLAIN
ADIRONDACKS
v tract! ■•• cottages la connection
KOOKLKT. H. V. SMITH. Mansser.
Also Manager Tlie Foothills. XordhoJT. ■ <*:.
TREMBLE AU HALL,
Oa l.ak«» < haniplain. Port Kent. X. \.
Idea! location; 60 feet abuT« lev.-> 1 .if
lak»; pine prove: broad piazza; rooms lartce
and well furnished; all modern '.-or-vrni
ncf ,«j ; excellent table and service; boat-
Inc. bath ins ant! fishing, rasino; also rot
tai*« to ront. New addition: remodeled
throughout: new dining room; private
baths; new suites. FARKEIXi ADGATE.
PAUL SMITH'S
TN THE
ADIRON DACKS
OSGOOD AND ST. REGIS CHAIN' OF
I AXES. Through train strrv!c-e day and
nfsht. New York Central Lines — Paul
Fmith's Railway. Direct wlrm — New York
Stork Exchange.
MORLEY'S
1 Hotel and cottages In the, heart or the Adiron- i
•■acWs overlooking two of th« molt beautiful i
lakes in the region. Trout finning, bass nshlng. j
boa line, bathing, bowling:, pool, tennis, music. !
house physician. Sanitary plumbing, pure spring j
water. No pulmonary Invalids. Artistic cata- !
logues. ;
MORL.ET'S._LakeJPleasant. Hamilton Co.. V. T. j
THE WINDSOR
ADIRONDACK**. '
1/ \H!TM I i>U N. V
A modern hotel in the mo* 1 beautiful sec- !
1 tion of th* Adirondack*. Rooms en suit-, with
I private bath. Orchestra. Golf links. Official
h*tel A. C. A. and A. A. A. Lane* Garage.
Illustrated booklet on application.
ORLANDO KELLOGG & SOS.
■ raririra mu> inn. f
1 In the Heart of the Adirondack!. ■
1 KlUnbethtown. .V. Y. 1
1 Famed for healthful »nd invisomtln* ■
■ climate. No malaria. Station for mem- ■
I ben Of A. A. A.. A ■• A. and T. C. A. ■ ;
■ ljirK« «rara.g«. Finest irolf course In ■ ;
W mountains. Open June ! to Nov. 15. ■ !
P Booklets. _ B. F STETSON Prop. I !
V^\;V X THE ALGONQUIN i
ON LOWER SARANAC JAKE. ■
! Open June 10th to Oct. Ist. Small mouth 111 irk
j Uiw<» Kluhlnjc begins Jun< 15th. Tbt» finest m
: the country. Po.nortle* and Telegraph Address.
. JOHN H%l;l)lN<, Algonquin. X. V. Booklet.
-MOUNTAIN AND I.AKF RESORTS"
i la the name of the Lgrkawann* Railroad's
beautifully illustrated Summer Book- Free at
Lackawanna Ticket offlci-» lv New Tork.
Brooklyn and Newark
■i: n-riii-v r> AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
for The Tribune received at their I'ptown j
■ >m. .-. No. t:stu Broadway) between ."r,th and !
••.Ti *- • until ■> o'clock p m. Advert incmfntj ,
r<-<-*>tve«l at thf ■ •■•« inn branch o!^l« - e>< at t»s?- I
ular office ratta« until 9 o'clock p. ni-. viz.: -'Hi j
"'fh av«-,, a. c. i-or. ■ :,l «■ : I" 1 * M li are." r»r. j
i.-tii »«•; MM Ban nth at.; -.'>T Wen 42d M j
between 7th and Btb »▼«■ ; 'jtl-'l V.-at IJith aC i
RESORTS.
NEW YORK.
Catskili Mountains
noted for picturesque and romantl':
scenery. The - air. the rt»w--
cent views an.) comfortable accohimo
tlafior.s are ■ preat attraction in thi.^
mountain region, which » a paradise for
children and a sanltariur.t '•■: every-
THE ULSTER I DELAWARE R. R.
in conneciinn with West Shore and
Pennsylvania Railroads form the only
a!l rail through car lin«r between Phila
delphia. J-^rs- v City. Ncvr York and all
points in this famous mountain rsgtos.
Kull summer schedule row in effect
Four solid through trains to and from
New York on week days, also apodal
Stindny s<"rvic--»
An illustrated summer Book with
map of the Catak.Ha and list of hotels
and booming hou??? wUI l>e cent Tree on
receipt of I cent? postasr.
X. A. SlilL'.
General Pas^nrcr \y-nt,
Kingston. v. Y.
mi: URAKD HOTEL
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
NOW OPEN
Ixcatrfl en main line of th<» mstsff
an-! Delaware R. R. ■■• •; ■;<- -"■«■' Z. f •!
f«H°t. Tbrougli and drawin~ room
rar service from New York direct to
hotH ground*
Passenger elevator to all floors. ." I ->ora»
singly or «»n s'lite. with private r-a:h.
Berrice ar.d culsin" une-xt^lled. Booklet.
For tTtn? and full information, ad
dress Th«» GRAND '•«TH:r. COMPANY.
Hishmoinl P. 0.. N. Y.
\ "Q\ieen of the Calskill»"
aaafl Elevation I.HH) f—-t- Cool. i-v
*Btw • -iir.nt*. I*ure mountain -water. •
Plahinp. goli and baseball rm*t»tw all aar
amusements. «!1 rity !mpnv»<»ment!». Cm
B-x>k!et3 an.l information nt hotels,
ro-*a*»s ru t"-". etc.. at '- Broadway. fs^fA
New Tork. L. E. TR'.MM. Rep. Thon-»
«T«B Mad. _" ___
GRANT HOUSE
Catskill, .V Y. P. G. Cornell. Mar.
Acrnrn. 3fA T!!ustrafe<i Bc^kiet. Rat*>i« inodenr*.
-srh *-le%-ation : excellfcnr tjibie and - — "~»_
pur«». water, pure milk; all \«*setabl»s zranrn.
m horej jjarrlen: crch^stnt; all out dor sport*
ani^ amuMinfnts. No malaria, liar tf.vf.
mosfjulioec or Invalids. P»rfe«-t fir^ protectton.
2 hours and 40 minute* from N. Y. City.
The~rexmere.
Stamford-ln-th»-Catskll!s. Now Open-
Private s ■"' rours". Boar'.ntr. Dallr rOT»c»rts.
etc 40 suites, Tith bath. Elevators. For booklet*
address MOFFATT & PE>~K. Stamford. S. X. ■.
THECLAREMONT,
house; for 75; electric light; tennis; soli. Or
cnlar. SAMUEL E. RCSK * CO.
THE COLUMBIAN*— Finest location In th*
Eastern Catskills. Lar?e shaded ground*:
grand «c»n»ry: r»9ned tueata r?end for boo*
let. Terms. Ml »i; 1 w<>«k. This placa »iIT
pleas, you. H. K. vox. Prop.. Pqrllng. >T T.
NEW JERSEX
MOXMOUTH BEACH inn.
MO»IOITH BEACH. ?OEW JEBC?ES:.
GEORGE VF. AVERT, Ma.zui^':-.
Late with Hotel Astor. > "»* Tori.
Entirely hi manag»tn»nt. D->:'s'-**" t '•-
cated in an e-clusive cottage coi-jny; cora
pletely refurnished and brought ■• * to tLata.
New elevator: ni-er private baihs; cerr S3fUHV»
batliin? pavilion with swimming pooL Caala*
with danctng Boor and sta?e. New Creprao
gara^e; new steam laundry; new lea jnaeala»i
new Grill room. op»n until midnight- ■anas*
tional French cuisine. Artistic orchestra! arm
stc- AH amniements. New tennis cenrtr
i Rooms In annex at water's ed;o. '"••'■'» cot
taCH for private oorupan-rr. XOXV OPEN.
THrNEWSONIOUTH
SPRiMG UKE BEACH. M. J.
Now Open for the Season
Automobillnsj. rMin^. <rl»laa tenoiM. gvlt.
: canoeing, sea bathing. 33!'!" C . fishing.
275 ROOMS. 200 BATHS.
j FRANK F. SIICTK. Manage.
THE ALLAIRE, *■"»*•■
r>irectlv_og_bfach. Booklet. E M. Richardson.
GALEN HALL
HoTEIr-SANATofUUMffiWI
Owing to our Tonic and Curative Bath»»
our Elegant Comfort and Exceptional
Table and Service, we are always busy.
F. L. YOUNG. Gen'l Manager.
N. Y. Office. 1122 Broadway. —
HOTEL OSTEHD," 11 .^?*
Whole Block Ocean front. ■•■-■ throushoiit;
enlarged and r»mode!!»<i. Capacity •><>); n<»«
and cold tern water bath": ppacious porrb»»
overlook Ocean and Bcar^.walk: or.-hestra: tab '•
And <'T\icf of hlshesl v daliv and
up. American plan: special wee My. Bo^k!« f _
Electric coach mcts trains. D. P- RAHTEK.
HOTEL MORTON
VIRGINIA WE.. NEAR BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
Open all the year Fins M - Suites ■»
private bath Handsomely furnished. Perfect
«anltary arrang-err-errs. Elevator a* V floor*.
Special rates for winter. Capacity »50.
Mrs. ST R. HA INK.-. Owner and Proprietor,
■•-.■■•■• the shoro ar«- health a.n>t pl»a»
ur» srtvtnsr The air is ,•■>•• and ba'rnr. mil-
In? outdoor J!f» d-lishtful. The sro'.f lin'As an 1 *
Country CTub an> at their b«st.
HOTEL DENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY. 35- .1..
excels in location. appointTi'-nts. outstne an<i
service. sj*l:T_?? R J- Bt'PBT.
ffl}arlborouyls= JßlenDctm
ATVA.VTIC CITY, N. 4.
■10-iah White * j*on-» Company.
HOTEL BRUNSWICK
ASBCRY PARK. N. J.
Hljrtie-t standjrd of excellence rfiaJntaraM.
Ft r-'srrvaiiuiis. rat>-s. booklets. et&. addrm
MO^N ,v PARS
THEFENIMORE,
Now open for 'Jfith iwasoa. for booklet, 1 + 1?%.
etc.. adtl^ess TH'Jrf. NOBLJ£.
liOIKL MOXMDI TH,
taaM park. n. j.
DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH.
Modernized. JB«>okl»t. mm. \rn r.ti \te
Grand ivenua Hotel $£r*Js£s£L
Acfummmlati'-ms for "On jr-iests. Speciil
rates for June and S<>pt>-m^r. Booklet. Phons.
I- IHN _L»"BBAL »"BBA RD, Prop.
the BKi»roi and Bnvrt»rßF.
Direct ocean front. Ashurr Tark. N. J. Prt
vat*- baths: superior servW ami cuisine; sp»
cioiia vcranrlis. elevator: music, capacity 40a
_P AN JFA * niLTARP. __
"HOTEL SCARBORO
LONG BRANCH. N. J. OPEN JUNE X.
Tern and particulars . n a.rpli< - at!"n-
LOUI:* V. >HX, Prop.
CONNECTICUT.
EDCEWOOD INN
(Greenwich en tha Sound), Conn.
bCMMHI May -»Sth to Oct»orr 13th.
Ne«r York Ortlce. Town and Country Bureau.
uS'J Fifth avenue.
28 miles from New York; 45 minute* 1 rid*
6ui>«rtor atablea and new, up-to-cLila |in|«
this season.
New Colonial Tea Rooms; Casino: Golf:
Tennis; Uowlins: Mi Daily.
D. P SIM PSON*. Manager.
"XEIY^IIAIIPSniRE.
WAUMBEK
AM) COTrAGES.
Jefferson. >. 11.. In th- White* M>nofii(»«
NOW OPEN.
U h«l" bpII courw on famous mil H ■
routes Detached family i-otta^^s completely
furnish"! with hotel service. Address
CHAR I. E3 V. Mr RPHT. Manager.
M M HI -KTT9.
Berkshire Hills
THE MAPLEWOOD
PITTSriSTLI>. EERKSHIRE CO.. MASi
NOW OPEN.
(tnd for 1»IO Bookl-t and Auto Road Mia
_ ARTHUR W. PLCMB.
Aiurtba't Vlnej»rd ami Nantucket -Istao*» ts
lh« -an. You woulJ enloj- a vacation
there. Rl?ht now. while ; : -vi think of U. »en<J
for our book« about Ibm islands Th.«r*r»
free. OH Ticket A*---nt. 171 B *<ii. N. T. Ctty.
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