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cboubiottay, r??ro * ro.i
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Narrating the ad\enlu:va at M;
Tin" RBAL MB! HOLYSR. n> K. M. ('turn
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story ?>f an English jovemeaa
*aTI/NT**PS ami BOLITUDB. By John
" j. ,.- r. Id i-ino, r:- "??'. (Mitchell Kan
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i-ativa of liteiary Lendoa and of
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TH? pEl R'8 I ROORESS Hy j. su.r. r ?^loua
pp ..it: (Brcntaao'a)
? of ? tenUrmu'a gentleman.
,., . \p ,i t of the Shavian philosophy.
PAUL'S PARAGON Bj W K Norria. 12mo.
pp. \:, ?7B vlirci-tano'a.)
I i i Mi lit? t*-Hinn how pan)
?:nt ? aohotar,
. i ' -, Oujr miliar, of ?li? Uiur?
?. ,---c*> Into life and his achievement of
i ..-If aa a ??vntlenuin and as a friend.
OK THE TRAIL TO ?SUNSET. Wv Thomas W.
a? f . \ WIH.y. Illustrated from pho
l2mo, pp. f>44. .MofTat. Yard &
. . s of love, mystery and i h r-nt -
i ake tip this narrative occur In
tii? courte of a transcontinental autonr.otlle
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l-Hi; - OF BILEHCE bt Reginald
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i ? :> of married l.fo, ?howln?; the
? . *'-r*c?s produced u;on a man and a
?rtaln conditions of modern
!lfe.
TUT. MJN-' IS UM?ELT LAND. By Kata
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P. H Towwaama. 12mo, pp. vtll,
Putnam's Sana )
A rr i,an'a In ?even daya
HISTORY.
A UTERART ARD HISTOBICAXi ATLAS or
J o. Bartholomew, ISL. P.
?mo, i p. liv MS, (F V. Put
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A ? ? Ion ? I ?ryBMU.'l Library."
T*d and 'Ine tnnps. soma of them
t Ih? district? connected with
and 1 letr authors, and pana
? latt'.es and d"-ls!v? battles of tha
JUVENILE.
r - >K or ROBBIES By Cadi
}? llluatratad Oto, j p. 452.
,-ry.. ..~.?r. pubttahlng Oatnpaay.l
-i . keeping of pets, book
wood canina-, boat
? ? Profnaety ?lus
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MISCELLANEOUS.
?Ait,*? RAN8I ?RTATTOR, A History of
and of It? Relation to the
?he Author's Permls
??...- Hadlrv'a "Rat'road
nod its Lawa
I . ? . ? ?- 1?'-nrv. pp, W. B31.
The laws of rallw-av ?ransnortation from
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? last ba'f
. ?- man.
?KP-, P'MN: - V- i;.Vi:i'.NMKVT Ry
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"OETRY AND DRAMA
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tfiTORY PLATA n? i**v
?07 "? )' Potnara'? -1
antltletS, rcsic' Uvaty, "Ora
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?TORT PLATB T?y
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i ?? ivorer."
Sarah M< f
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IS ? pp. vltt,
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POLITICAL.
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... ittv? Raferei - D?
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>? >'C?n acoompllah? i
? ?- field of political and
PSYCHOLOGY.
TRK ?. POR THE Bl PERNAT?BAI*
nin 1? with uncommon
Ivor L 1 m katt, M a , M. D..
a, L. R. C. p Svo, pp 4? :'.?.
pj p Dutton .^ ?''< ?
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uf avid? ? ? ?.?'Irituallsm
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a editor), a:.d the
' tment ? ??*?. <? a Beck
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LONDON SHOP?.
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LONDON SHOPS.
Tkt Mail Math
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Wearing apparel for Ladies, Gentle?
men and Children?in Styles to suit
American tastes, but at English prices
Peter Robinson's
"England's greatest Dry Goods Sttrt"
OXFORD ST & REGENT ST
LONDON
Marshall & Snelgrove
V\U^V\T\ ?\tVUL1, ?Tbe Dayligbt Store?
?a a
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334-348, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, ENGLAND
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MAPLE
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to United Matra, can offer ?-.?-eptlona! term?
tor th? transportation o? gotda to America
In One Van from Door to Door
Baggage Warehoused
RENBEBTHY'S Glove? and Hose.
FINE AND SOFT KIDS AND SUEDE
WELL CUT FROM PICKED SKINS.
388-90-2. Oxford Street, London.
Fisher
AND
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London.
(ADJOINING
TIFFANY'S)
TAILORS,
FOR LADIES AOhS.
TLEME1S. The most
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found la London. We
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clients many of those
who are recognized as
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In A menead England.
215-219, Regent St., W.,
AND
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PARIS SHOPS.
SPAULDING & CO.,
DIAMONDS-JEWELRY
WATCHES?S LVERWARE-ETC.
36 Avenue de ropera, Paris,
Michigan Am. and Van Barten St* Chit-Ago
Sole representarla ?a Paris of th- Gorham
Company of NEW YORK
BH SALESMEN TESTIFY
"Trust" Probe Shows $18,000
Salaries Cut to $6,000.
SENATOR ROSE IN COURT
; Witnesses Hazy on Details of In?
terviews with President
of N. Y. Brick Co.
-men for the Greater NVtv York
Brick Company trlfd t?> explain yesterday,
at th? inquiry being conducted before
Magistrat? Freschi into the methods <?r th??
| all-gel "brick trust," why It whh that they
? s up s lucrative, independ.-nt business
! t?? accepf Jobs a? salesmen for Btate B? n?
I ator Rose's company. Senator John li.
Rose, Ihf- president of the company under
lnv<*>sttfatlon, wss present and -wemed
somewhat amused at pome of the repli.??> p.
the "tUtsSttons put by Millar.l 11. Klllson. tbe
Assistant District Attorney.
Sena? r Ros.? will not be called at? a wit?
n? ps Mr. Ellison Ib of the opinion that he
would be Immune from prosecution If h.)
testified, Ths SBlesmen who testified were1
John ('. McNamara, John .1. King, FrsnotS
Holmes and William Pitt?-.
They sa!?i that prior t?. th? organization
of the ?Greater New York TUIck Company
they ha?1 sol?] brick on commission for
themselves, s<?m<- of them making In a
"Koo.l" year r? much as $1?.'????. Boon aft?Sf
the organization of the telling company
they found that men from whom they
bought brick were either stockholders in
the new concern and Intended t?> Ml]
through It or else had gone out of business.
i that time they received an Invita?
tion to call on State Senator John D. Hose,
president <>f the eompan.?.
Th? y were all sure that they acc.-pted It.
but tlit'lr ricollection as to what happened
at n-i Interview with Mr. Ross was very
hazy They remembered that he sh??"k
hands with them and that "there was some
talk about the brick Industry." Just what
onverwtlon wss they could not tell,
except that they were sur? there wss no
hint of a. threat If they ?11?! not become
talesmen for the compsny. A few ?la?'s
? >.. n r?.|itwi placet as salesmen
for th? company, a' salaries ranging from
j?,.?..? 1?, $?*,<??.
Thereafter the) ?old brick in New l'ork
without competing with one soother an?l at
prices which wer? s-ut to th?tn shout once
a mouth by S?nnt?ir Hose
Frsnk IX Noyelles, secretar* of ti,e com
Bld ?bat it .?fts.ii- far from having ?
monopoly thai ?be... were more than W0,?
000,000 <?f the brick*- used annually in New
York thai were not manufactured by stock
holders m the company. He said that "f
the bricks put on the market by tbe ? ; ?
Ne* .i-.?. i!ri?k Company last year mora
? \'.<i< handled by stockholders
? ?.??/. i . ?, rsons ?? ho wer? nut
ato? kholders.
William K. Hsmmond, a brlcli maniifa?-t
? ??. . who i.? not ? stockholder in the Corn?
ell) -.-? -i there ??.?
er manufacturer ol an? t-onsequenc?
along th?- Hudson Rlvei who did i ?>t hold
: his product through th?
\ Greater New V?>r!; Brick Company.
Th? m->*t hearing win b? on Monda*.
SUBMIT DISSOLUTION PLAN
Disintegration of the Harvester
Company at Critical Stage.
Washington, a-,Mi D. -Attorney General
Wlckersham to-day held conference r?
gardlng th? relstlon t?. the Sherman anti
law of ihr?"?* of the most ImporUni
Industri? i in 1.untn Hsrvsster, Steel
. i 'l Be*f.
T-,,. i ms i"'tween tin government
. ,.,i tl tlonsl Harvester C.psi
I . . itlon havs resched, it
., ? rltlcsl stage, ah? re It ?
for? t?ll tlW Ol't-'OIIIC. ?'
.,,,,;,, y today submitted to th?
???m in srriting certain pi?poslttons
I ,,! , ,? irlousl) :
,. ! u,,. eorporstlon's two-con
, pi?, with ths Attorney Osnei .1.
. . ? nt, Mi Fowlei -
Herb? rl Knos ?"nlth snd Dr. 1 ranci? W.
,, ?t the ?. ??? Corporation? Th?
ernmenl it Is in?rosted. would prefer s dis
?. number of cop?.
t, . sltl.s-h L>w? I
i.? ?., -
? iked over tl
. ? ,,- teil iruM .ill
, , .. ?ud J k? Colton, the
special Assistant Attorney General In
chara;? of the caso. It Is expected that the
taking of testimony will begin within a
few weeks.
Tho situation regardlnR the meat pack.-rs.
Wh?, were recently acquittal at Chi? ago <,f
charges of criminal violation of the sher
maa law, was the subject ..f a Ion? < .infer?
ence, but has not been settled.
SURGEON GENERAL UPHELD
Inquiry Fails to Bear Ovt
Charges of Prejudice.
[from The Tribuna Burean.]
Washington, A|.r!l 5,-Tho Inspector gen
eials department of the army has ber-n
engaged In the InveetlgaUoa of certain
charges originally preferred by First Lieu?
tenant Ernest P. Slater, of the arms med?
ical reservo ?corpa, who has been In that
branch for some time and who has applied
for appointment t?. the regular rrtedical
corpg Ha paased a part of his examina?
tion, but he wai not ro. Ommeaded for ap
I ?i!ntin?-nt by the surgeon, general of th?3
army, and h?> has aliened that the flttl
tude of tha aurgeon general is due to
prejudice existing against Hater <m the
part of the head of .tlio medical corps and
some of Ins assistants
An Investigation has Just been completed.
and the report Is now before the Hecretary
of War. It is nll..ir^.| that Lieutenant
Siater failed to prove his allegaUong and
that the surgeon general w.s Justified in
not having Lieutenant Slater permanently
retalnr-l In the medical corps. Testimony
was produced to ?-how that lie was brusque
In hla manner, irritable toward enllsH-d
men and unnecessarily harsh in perform?
ing operations and In his treatment of
patients. Some of th?- testimony given by
Lieutenant Slater was reported hy the in?
specting officer as so contradictory as to
make n Impossible i" report ?'n some of
the allegations. Tho result has i>een a
recommendation that Lieutenant Slater be
honorably ?Uncharged from the medical re
s.'rvo corps and that he be regnnlod as
inoliKilile to appointment In the ifgllln
medical corps.
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EVERY TORPEDO HITS BULL'S-EYE.
I'.-nsaoola, Fla.. April I.- A new world's
r.-< ord In night torpedo firing was mad" last
night in this harbor b) the deatroyers
Trapp?- and Monaajhan Every torpedo sent
from the tubes of these vessels struck the
h.iH's-ovf of ih? t.r?;?-t The entire gn.up
of five vessels mad? an average ?>( To ?per
? ent of hits, which Is above the average f?.r
?ven daylight fling under favorable
weather conditions Last nlghfa cxmdltlona
were not good,
ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS
in Th? i ribas? Bar? a* |
Washington, April 0.
ORDERS ISSUED-' Tha following order?
have been laaued:
ABM1
Lieutenant ? lona! DARIBL u BOUOHTOK,
general fluff oavalrj i, u?sl?m.-l lo 8th Cat
?l!:'
Colonel JOHN C. ORESHAM, cavalry, from .2*
in i???h ?cavalry.
Lieutenant Colon?! CHARLE? it. <;Hiivit.-' >n,
a?si?ne?i pith <*avalr>
Major WILLIAM W. POB8YTH, fror? 6th to
1st Cavalry
Major JOHN P RYAN", from 1st to ?th (avaliy.
Pol low Ina aaalgnm I er? cavalry arm. re
prom ' announ? r??: ,-"-' n*la
<;!?>.l:?-;?. li U GALE, JOtl. CHARLES .\.
rAYI/>H, 2d; JCBK.N BWIF",'. Mh. Ueulen
ant r?!on?la pi??<?'Y K triphk. U'h,
JOSEPH T. DICKMAN 12th; iKiiKi-iHn^K.
- FOLTZ, ???.asi-lgi:-i. ,D)HN H ?'Ar.fi
SBR, Hi. MftJ.i* ce v H PRBBTON, ?th;
EDWIN M Si PLBK, Mil.; JOHN PRTAN,
Ihi EDWARD ANDEIWON, l*h; ?'kptulnH
UEOROn W BIKOLKR. 14?; FRANCTS W,
?LOVER, 1Kb; LAWRENCE 8. CARSON,
sin ALEXANDER H COXE, Bb; H.?;
l.I.uteno?.?? ARTHt'R W. HOLDBRNES?,
l-l, Lulls A. O'DONNELU ?th; WILL
1A.\|' V.' WEST. Jr . Mil.
Colonel TAYLOR, upon being relieved i? Lieu
tenant Colonel TH< mas J LEWIS, aJjuiaat
?..?., . !.. Fort WialHna.
:. , .. ?an, ,-. i n?l D1CKMAX. t ? l on Roblnaon.
a. i-i.i.i' iu Heparlniei.t of T- va-), pen.l
i,'.g AralV... ol hi? ieglmeni ,., llnltad ?Matee.
Major ANDBRSiJN, 10 I ?rt RoMnaon.
Captain BIEOLER. t.. Department of Tertao,
paadlag arrival 14th Cavalry ta Lnited
N?rnV'!'fH Jala Je* JESSE ML CARTER, ?in
alrs placed ?" '!"t detached Offli
.,?) na'ma ol MaJoi RTKPHENL H. ??LO
n la removed Iberefroro. Major SIX??
.?im laalgm d Iftth Cavalry.
Major fitli.il R WARD, eoa?l artillery,
.1 In rjuar?? riiii?t'-r'a ?l?-|>ui i ment
Capta n FRED T. AUSTIN, M Field Artlllary.
[?mi, cavalry eejulpmenl board, Roca isi
.:?! Areaaal. ?" i'"'i" ' atatlon.
Captain GILBERT C BMITH, from ?th te M
Caota'n FREDERK K W COLEMAN. MM
mlaaarr lo Fort Rllay. lhene?J t.. Chicago
a? assistant pur.-na*!??? commlaaary.
Captain HENRY W. STAMFORD, signal
.,,1.,- to home, i>n-|.?rut.ir> i.? retlramen)
Captain WILLIAM X MKKBL, algnal cana,
from Fon Omaha May IB lo Fori Qjb
J,,,,, |,a Captain ILDEN C KNOWI I M,
1 :;?;;?(, P WILBUR fOHH
' M'BRIDB Jr . PltKDBRR'K I. Bl ' K
, - ivpi i,t'ii i l'A RSON, rjFOROI n
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ijautanan't- JAMBH ' IU1R. J?'M-" '
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IV IN W WILDRK K PIERRE V, klhil
FOREIGN RES0RT8.
FOREIGN RESORTS.
Paris
"This famous Hotel Is a
favourite stopping place
for American visitors."
THE GRAND HOTEL
"The Hub of Paris."
Rebuilt Throughout
sad
Newly Furnished
With Every Comfort and Luxury In
Modern Construction.
BOO Beds* BOO Bathrooms,
"Admittedly the most Comfortable Hotel
in Europe."
BAD-NAUHEI?
Hotel Kaiserhof
?w SPECIAL FEATURESi
f B^y M> CARRIAGE required to reach the
j^ft* Bmtbs, which are just opposite. HOISK
"^? \s LESS service by trained servant*.
* '^** Delightful large rooms en suite with mil
American hotel comforts sad luxury.
Charming terrace restaurant in private garden which surrounds tbe
hotel. Inclusive terms irom $3. D stingnishcd American patronage.
rcaulxim
~ the
Metropole
?? HEW LEADING ROTEL ? Favour,taRnortof Dis
tl.-i-;ui?b?*'l An.*-? rani. 50 yards fr-m. Baths. Sanlia?
H lion Sc Prira.!? Bathi St Mott. U.V. InMniMtermi:
?* r>nn-, ? r.e? ??,.4 ?,.-, *i Prnr.r ??or M. Uhr
LONDON HOTELS.
THE CARLTON
? Hotel, Restaurent,
and Grill Room,
LONDON.
HOTEL8 IN ENGLAND.
LONDON.
Midland Cram Hotel
MANCHESTER . . Midland Hotel
LIVERPOOL ... Adclphl Hotel
LEEDS.Queen's Hitel
BRADFORD? . . . Midland Hotel
MOKEtAMBE BAY . . .
Midland Hotel
DERBY.Midland Hitel
IV. lonl*. Miut?t, Midland MaSM U ?*??????
and l,'r(if.l,mrnt R?NM, etc. ?.?iicf OUH.?
la id I ami Graod Ha? a I. JaSBSSSj
?fsrtffa ?f tr?a Hotjlf and fall partlr-ilara at
ta rout?-? nay he 1???l at Iba European OfBcM
? f -II,? Tribune." at "llanca Inn Menta." Ill
Strand (oTerlouklag A!<l?-ry?k aaa aia-cavra/),
IsSStSSa
_ HOTELS IN SCOTLAND.
HOTELS IN SCOTLAND
OLAWiOlV???T. ENOCH IIOTF.I.
(l'or *,V?M?tu Highlands.
AYR?STATION HOTEL
I Pat Hun,s tot i ubi-?Hlrthpla*-.'?
Ill >1 l'ItlKS? STATION HOTEL
< l'or Burn? Mmianlenm. etr.l
TVRNBK.RRY?STATION II?i l I I
(For Seaalde Hotter*)
P
FRANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND.
PARIS l**"crile An?cri?an Home)
HOTEL CKATHAM.
A R IS
HOTEL DE LILLE ET d'ILBION
223 Hue St. Honor?, rlnae to Place Vend me
n.-i- rlaaa. All modern Improvement?. (?;.? ?r
konic ? ;.*?? Large hall. Restaurant, lus h
?one and dlnnare at fixed price? or a 1? carte,
Tele??-airi. LILLAI.BION. PARIS?Henri Abad?a,
Proprietor.
HOTEL BALTIMORE
BRbi? AVENUE KI.KRKR. Pari?.
Bu-tea with h'.t and cold w.i?, r Hat h room
to nerv ap.irtmciit. R?aaonabl? pri? a? ?'able
BaltlmotSL M ?'?.TIREZ, I'rop'r.
IX-LES-BAINS.
GRAND HOTEL D'AIX
?V I TO Dll?lC Inique PimKlon. (.reateat
A"! LU'jfllllu Co in fort. Itn?algnnil. Prop.
HOTtL SFLENDIC-tXCtLS.O i
LE GRAND HOTEL
?.rill Itoiiiii. Ameritan Bar.
A
A
BRUSSELS
B
B
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
? nry DlilCU"'" ur"1 ' M'' '*"*?"'
AUCH DmUCH latea? Improrernenta
Hotel Messmer
bcuCii *p lo <??,?'
nCflL.il SO private bat lia with tollet.
Hillman's Hot?l
PER. MAIU'ELLVS H THOMPSON,
t.,il.*: <i HOLTS. CLARENCE A.
MITCHELL, RALPH D. BATES, El?
WARI? A. BROWN, JOHN* ?I. I>E RIAN,
GEORUE A \VILI?HI?'K. WILLIAM K.
DOWD, .TAMES A OALLOOLT, THOMAS
F M'NElLL, PERRY M. GALLUP. WILL?
IAM i* WILSON and CHARLEA L.
WILLIAMf*. cosat srtlllerr, to nnaMim-a
Hat. ABSUSt S8, t ?> Fort Monroe.
Klret Lieutenant ALLEN RIMBERLT, eoaat ar?
tillery, to Fort Monroe, Ansaat '-'
First Lieutenant ROBERT R LOVE, from 6th
to l'lth ?Uavalry.
Klrtt Lieutenant ARTHUR W. ROLDBRMSBS,
from 13th to Sth Cavalry.
Firat Ueutsnaat ERLE M. WILSON, l?th In
fHt.lr?'. from W??St Texaa Militar? A. adimv.
Stan Antonio, November IS. to hu regiment.
T'lr** Lieutenant JULIUS C. PETERSON, c??aat
ar-iii.-r-.. to rseralUsf isf**ics, JsSonoa liar.
racks
First Lieutenant EUOENE ROBINSON, H'tli
Ir.fnntiy. to Fort I^a?enw<?rt1 tlMtMS to
liealdto of Hun Franclaro, for ilu.y pending
urrlvu! of regiment.
Flrat Ll.-iu-riai.t CLTDB L EASTMAN 11th
Infantry, detailed In algnal <-orp*, May IS,
t'i Fort Bl Mlrhael, ?1? Flrct Lieutenant
.i ALFRED MOSS, ?-ignal corps.
Flrat Ueut?nanl ASA L BINOLETON, eignnl
"?rp? from Fort P A Rasaall, May 1". to
I ?hi,ink?. Alaska. ?. ???? flrat Lieutenant
IKHVAIll) r TATI'M. to Seattle.
Becond Lieutenant FM1I. KOR.tAN, Philippin?
Beoata, lo San Fran? In <>, thence to Manila,
May r.
lieave of at*?nre: ?Y|italn HENRY W. KTAM
I "III?. et?mal ?-.?rjia, t" k<H W ?
NAVT.
Lini.r.ui.t S?. M PERKINS, detached the
l'l-nneylvania navy yard. I'upet 8.,utid.
Paymaat.-r J F. HATi'H ami AsMtatarit l'av
maat. r 11 M. DOBSON, <)?-ta< he.l naval ata
tlu.-i. i'a\lt??; Imme, ?nuit ?.rdera.
MiiVKMKNTS OF WARSHIP! - Ths fol?
io-Ainu* movement-- ?if rssssts lune I-f?ti i>
portfil tu the Navy l.?-|.artin<-ht
ABJtn ED
April 4 Jim ?i*. ewla, at illtiar. Cuba
April ?"? Th? \ibaii.. ut uiongjp?.
BAILED.
Apiii ? i'- rsllssasSMb ti ?M Norfolk i,,r
lu ???' -??><-.. m? ?A'aaiilnatun, (rom porl
au Prin?. f,,r Quaauaamo the vi, nauurg
(rom CortlSto f,?r han Juan del .- it.
Tbo K'ii and n,e patria, ntaaaA in nr?? r.?
m?-, :????' I ird, Mara Laland
Th?? Aiii.iiioii.?. pbirad in .-4....M11?-,,.fi rvav.
>ai-d, Mare l?iaiid. Mm 1
Th. Marlatta, OUI of , i.tnmlailon. n.ii ? \?rd
Ne?a V
SUNDAYS NFW YORK TRIRUNE
M-iiled snywhora in tho Uflilsd Slats?
tor %2 50 a r?ar.
D
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
Room*, with privat?
Bath & T-llette.
RESDEN
HOTEL BELLEVUE
DiatlngDlahed House of old reputation. Inique
position. R. RONNKFF.I.D, fien. Manager.
Frankfurt ?/? Cd Hotel Frankfurterhol
R SUl ?UN? KHZ
I.KAMNO HOTTX AND RESTATTIANT.
*31lllfCll9T ?/ TTP-'o-dat?. r.araee.
siAnnrUnl 'm ?itm ?>,?P. station.
?11. MOPOL-WTIOPOU
F
F
iririirtp I.-adln-; Hotel?Latest Com
ilLlCUnU ferta (Black Poreat)
HOTEL SOMKEil-ZAHMGERHOF
MUNICH
Z ART CENTRE OF GERMANY
GP?81D
HOTEL
CONTI?
NEHTA1,
M?NCHEN
Most Refined. Artistic end Up-to-date
Hotel tie Luxe of Munich.
HAVOVFR facing Central Sta
-**>"? VS W*L.g% Private toilet ?.-bath.
HOTEL ROYAL
1
M
IIMCPII I The Mo,t Rc?utifu' and
Unlvn I Modern In Germany
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
The Hotel ?Je I.m a.
2,"?0 Room? .. i'l) Hat ha.
MUBEIVSEHG
Sendig's Wurttemberger-Hof
W
w
ilvu A II CM i ?*?* ?"''ro,d w*>t*v
?LUDmULH l la -?rr* ru""?
PALACE Hotel & Baths
itOuAUtll kUKtlAlS ? PARK'
IMPERIAL HOTEL
HOTELS IN RUSSIA.
ussia ?-Moscow, 1st Glass
HOTEL BERLIN
Up-to-date?;50 liedroorr.i, Amrrican and i
English Patroit. Swill "rOD'.torv
AUSTRIA, HUNGARY. SWITZERLAND
?
Tha Finest Hotel
IENN? In Austria
HOTEL BRISTOL
I.'unfed on the ra?liionable Karntunerrlnc and
Ihe favorite re?*?rt of American*. Perfect
I'ren.'li t'nislne and rholee nine?.
USTRIfli-The Tyro!
HOTEL TYROUSNSBnUnK
(.rest Motor and ? o.?< I? ?gewelea
(entre. The r <?--!'>? M?? in all alm
pll?it> ?!)?? ^eaion at Krl. '.." r honr?>
b? motar fram Hotel Tyrol.
BUDAPEST
Gd' Hotel Hungaria
Flrat-riaae Hotel with Panorauil?' View over
the llanobe. K.ery modern comfart. Kielaalre
American nn.l 1 .??lit.lt (?atronase. Piractar?,
HI RUER tVONKK. Manaeer?..
B
ALE, GD. Hotel VICTORIA
All Modern ?omforis. & isATIOllAL
CADI ?RAfl r,,N*P?*r?. 'arlton
linLwUNU and ll<,henhiii-s \ ilia*..
savoy Wcs: En.i Hold
CAKLSBADjpiL
LAUSANNE co:?t?nentsl
n?innln*l l?e*y?t I iir- of Hin-;
HOTEL WEIMAR
Marien bad !"?v;;,',".:,',?.
HOTEL KLINGER
Fmrst Situation? E ?ctric Light. Lift
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE.
fiANNES- W?.
? G?LLIS PALACE
Larga Pr?vate Park. Orcb???
Ira. BO Privat? Bath?, ivr
fccti*. appointai) Garage for 30
C?u ?a, *?v?ih turning table.
FOREIGN RESORTS. ___!_.. FOREIGN RESORTS.
UMJLJIIJSIMMMMSSIIS i IS?lSm ?ffSSSfSTT-f 1 ' TIM 11 I'ssTT
LONDON
HOTEL METROPOLE
A most comfortable Hotel with a WOtld tri?t reputation. Favorably known to
messy Americans. Most convenient and central location in Northumberland
A venue, Trafalgar Square, (lose to Royal Palaces. Houses of Parliament,
Fashionable Residential Quarters, Theatres and Chief Places of interest.
Rooms may be reserved free of charge by
Marconltrrams 'see back of message forms-.
Illustrated Tariff Booklet free : Uptown Offlca New York Tribune, 1384 B'wsy, N.Y.
PROPRIETORS: GORDON HOTELS, LIMITED.
The Most Fashionable HOTEL
and RESTAURANT in
IS THE CONTINENTAL
PARIS
ENTIRELY
RENOVATED
Thn homm of man* DISTIKQUISHEO AMERICANS whmn In Parla.
TWO LEADING HOTELS,
BERLIN.
Hotel Der Kaiserfiof
Rmnovated ml coat of tl. 000,000,
eil Latmmt Ama*imam Osm/sris.
HAMBURG.
Hotel Atlantic
/1ES1AURANT PFOROT?.
aalny Boautlfml Alafa Latte*
in.1.1 raie,! Booklet! from ?*?*? Tori* tSSSsSS " I.?-hub IIC
The Finest Swslde At*** ?|J **W* ?? gkI B% (Belgium) 3 Hour?
Rtsort on the Sorih Sea ^??jj ^% ? jf^j g^J m\f9 ,;om Lr,ndon or P,irv?
HCTBIjS OINT T23IEI &ESA. IRON'S?
Hotel de la Plags
And Kcstaurant De Laxe
Entlrolv Hsbuilt & Refurnished
400 Bcdi?Roomi From $1.20
Tbc Continental . . ? 400 Beds
*4 Splendid .... 400 *4
u Kursaal&Beac-Slte ISO ?
With Pcnuion $j to $y per day
ATX HAVF) PRIVATE BATHS A BALCOVT*?S OVR-RlxXlKI??fl SBA ATTCJ' DE ?"?r.KS.OR.
?j- I est Hotel? Are
Kf^BsV PALACE HOTEL
cftewimiaeii i
??MR, Rolland^ Z^ZL
Two Concerts daily in the Kursaal by the famous
Lamoiircux Orchestra of Paris. The Ideal Seaside Resort*
15 minutes from The Hague by Electric Cars. Splendid
Centre* for Motorists.
isssn
CARLSBAD, The Helenenhof
IMPERIAL HOTEL
a. Opening in May. ^L-j
^ 270 ROOMS AND 90 BATHROOMS
PRRFRCT UP-TO-DATH CONSTRUCTION. Two Funicular?. ?Splendid
Restaurant and Terrace. . Afternoon Tea. - Concert. ? ?jarate.
THIS MOAT FASHIONABLE HOTBL I? ?o metres above levai ol tha
Sprudel, In beautiful garden and magnificent pine lore.at panorama.
TI11 HELENENHOP IMPERIAL HOTEL CO. FREO SCHIPPER, MANAGER*
- -I
70,000 Bathers, 200,000 Visitor?
and Tourists. Address, Munic?
ipality (or information and Pamphlet?.
CURES: Stomach and intestine disease*, enlarged ?.plean & liver, Prostate,
kidney & bladder ?tonos, hemorrhoids, corpulence, abdominal plethora, diab?te?,,
gout, rheumatism, uric acid diathesis, sciatica and oxaJuria. VI ?MISAl At?' M it v
16 mineral springs, 5 big bath establishments, hot spring, carbonic ac<d, moor, oxygen,
river, Iresh water, hot water, steam, vapour portable and separate, electric light ?jo i
water, lour-Mage, 2 hydro-therepeutic establishments. Swedish exercise (Slojd; and
massaqe fine woods and prrmensdes, races, il entres, concert?, golf, lawn tennis, Ac.
ARLSBAD,I9H:
MTERL?REN6<,ft0U,3un9Ifau
s?.6*??tcl Victoria ??????
MARIENBAD
A. Muller,
General
A. m #TT I A ?k *- a. A. ^ -~? 4 >??.
BOTH 0? THE HoHEWEG.?Adjolnlm Cu?n?.
Everr Aratriean Hotel Comlort a. Lixary, Colt at.
'?'-.. 1
I ?I Mineral Spring-* 8 Larfe lint h Honaea,
THF Ml'Nil II'ALITV'S OWN MOOR BED?I
111? -1 ? ?? T Moor known In Irmun -Birarbo-nat?.
_ (Over 100.0?)0 moor batha per ?eaalon.?
SEmSOX MAY.SEPTEMBER ta 33,000 .laiton 1911.
(IHK**: Corptlletics, pout, ungomia. chronic appendicitis, constipation, arterlc-aeler?".?!?,.
woman's dlaeaae?, heirt dlSSSSC, ?llseaa? of kid tie??, tv rvea. &c. Natural ?'arhonio Bath? tr? I
lii.-iny trade? 838: M' a ? Sut--Alpina CIim.il?. t-plemlld walk? throuurh hl*h mountain ?a-ood? '
100 kilometre? ?u extent Frlces nui? h r?-<lu?-r?l In Muy, .lime ami September. Special P.?i- '
dances with Kltf-h?!! available. Prospeetus Kraus from Rura-omaster.
OOIV?N-GRAND H?TEL ROYAL
JBLJP ?On Itliloe). I'ine?t II ?.? -I on the Rliln?-: wit?, lar?,. Terrace faHn*- Steamer U?iH
In* I l?-tu li.it?-.
*iY. O. ROMfl. Manager (late of Pom Hotel. ? olo?ne
EMS ---? hotel Angleterre!
Itrrncllitis, rCtc.?Oarage-ST'ITES with PRIVATE Rath
"The F'ixjrstGJxlcxo T?
U-A.ID-'W IILs DU JV ?G-.E2 AT '?
lineal. Neweat and I urji-it Hotel.
-TOO mxiM?---80 PKIVATK AMI TIIRftMAI. ?\l'H*. |
? ta from Tnnti * Country, a??? M?? Ave, N?w fork, or tnt Sleeping Car Co. 2?M "l?h A?"-?
F
KA\Znl\SBA?. Hotel Kopp Konlgsvllla
Apartmen's with bath & toilet. Hot water besting, Vacuum Clesnsr A sll up-to
date ? nn'urtv Auto fiarsqe. Large Park. Rest Situa'ioi, for taking the cure.
JExSBADEN: HOTEL KAISERHOF
FIRST CLASS THROUQHOUT. IN ELf-VATED POSITION IN OWN
LAROB PARK. 40 NEW PRIVATE BATHROOMS.
H.?s till E fU -LADINO FA6HI0NABLB riUTBL OP DHESOBN.
.??a^Mavj?s PRIVATH BATHS. ??ARAOE. FINEOARDE-N,
1 acta? Central St.'lon. THE CONTINENTAL
V
OLOCNE o/RHlNE HOTEL DISCH
Weil-Known Select House,_
I c h y Hotels du Parc & Majestic P?aea
(iinifort and luxury. 9
Finest Location Overlooking Park. J. ALETTI. Mgr.
BADEN-BADEN
B
ADEN-BADliN.
Stephanie Hotel
KOMI ? DISnuOUISHBD ^Ml:R^:^^?<
Hutel ?le luxe of llailen-Uatlen
f?t.??lve *u'o (.arare_
-!_L-J
Ho el do /.uxt*
(tea) ' HOtTi!"DE L'EOROPE
grand VENICE Hote*
HOTEL V JL^ 1n| J, ^^ C?i Royal Danieli
locatad on tha Gran?
*??<?? ?:??- ??? la mirvflli ua.
Evary American comfo*t and luxury. Locatad on tha Grand Canal, tha
v? -?V from ba'ooile? and t*
SStES FLORENCE ?1
I lie I emlina llnlelaof Florrn? e. ?n Hie I i.n?- \ rn?. >? it li ?oiiiniHiitlinc ?ltt> ?f nlftureaqo? ?ur
ruiindinj? ?nd lilter Arm?. He.nl \\iiit?-r i-.i.l.-n? I'tUilr Hui'i? -?Irwin Mea? e?r
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE.
ome, Italy,
Grand Hotel
OPiN Hit YEAH i.OUHJ
flic 1?1 hciilttllUl
niel co >n for table
tlniel in fiafj*. ' ?ectric
lit/it .liroutlnoitt. Amerlc.in
elevH'or-. ? liurnitii?? Sut va
h ttii ?atfcroaia uttuched.
ORDER T": *AMM pMDJSt TiOM A3
THE SAVOY HOTEL, LOHDON
?C?
CT4\]?rl?V Patron??Heul
OL? "ilIy Ctaaa laaaHaaaa
? l.ateai
??o-1 i Oaaafaeta
Grande Bretagne H"?i;r,,
< roir?- of * b? Mott.
'ardln Public ? New Volk.
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE.
COMO (LAKE OF)
ternoi)t:o kick eiaaa Ueedtna;
?D...I? u. ) ? Hri?l Tlne?t ?Una
?uKAM) HOHL ,,?n immrnM Park
Villa d'Esle ^c2KA?ri*B
IN TEAUTIFUL'
iv tii* Air. PAR*
U?H FALACE."
APVKHTISEMKNTS AND ?.rnSCRIPTION*
the following bran h of!?c??a at regular o?flca rjiea
until * oVI<>?-k p. ra.. vi?.: 2*H ?in S?** ?? e. co?.
l?Sd ?t ; l.v? f.*b a\e. cor. 12t|; at . 10? Ka.r 14tH
?I :">7 Weal il'.J .t., b*t*.e?u 7th an.t SU) ?>'!? .
I?.**, Writ 139th ?t , 103.*? M a va.. 1708 U'. ?a.
?><?* ?? , IM- ??.??? l/v? ?? . 7M Tremon,
I ?. * ?IS?) ?id a*?, ?ni any A.m*Tt:?n thV.rt**,
lT*i?nr?4ib OfBc?.

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