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Wyatt Taylor Beaten in First Round of Lakewood Golf. WIZARD IN BRILLIANT FORM Two Extra-Hole Matches En Hvert Contests, Crump and Gardner Winning. Walt-ir J. Trsvls hsd his revenge on "?Vrart ff. Taylor by defeating the Ards'ey f-?.n 6 up and 5 to play In t.?e flr?t round et the erven golf tournament at the f?-r_n try flub of ljakewood yesterday. The f;_r(Jen City wltard had the name fine brand of golf on tap that carried htm ?o tuccessfully through large fields In the South a ?hort time ago. As for Taylor, It may be said that this player has as yet h**n unable to get within a third of hl? 1T.11 form. The best Taylor could do was to halve ?n occasional hole with hi? opponent and even when apparent openings presented thernselves a? a result of a momentary ?Up on Travis'? part the laut named In? variably made amends with a rare recov #ry. ("ases in point were at the third and ?seventh holes, Travis getting trapped at both, yet managing to win ono and halve the other. By going out In 40 he stood 3 up, and then supplementing S string of four 3's the ??arde ? City man finished the Bistc-h on the thirteenth green. His drive there, a matter of 24) yards, came to rest <Kar?*?-Jy ten feet from the flag. After luncheon Travis took on H. V. Oatnee. of Wykagyl. Here again the golf was all one-sided. Travis winning as easily as before. This time, however, he finished out t 8 bye hole?, and continuing on with? out a slip the veteran did the inward nine In M. figuras that made It possible to laugh even at par. The total of 75 is the bes-t ?een at the course In the pines In a long while, and considering that a strong wind waa blowing the feat 1? all the more praise? worthy. The card was as follows: WaJttr J Travl?. Garden City: Out .* 4 8 "? ? ?'? S ?". ? S3 in .3 a a i ? i ?? 4 t-aa .9 Two extra-hole matches marked the first round. The most protracted of these re ?ulted in the meeting of George A. Crump, of Philadelphia, and Percy Platt, the l.akc wood golfer, who won the Van Cortlandt Tark tournament last Reason. Always long off the tee- Platt had an advantage In dri\ lug. but be frittered away many opportuni? ties on the greens. After they had finished the round all square Platt had a line op? portunity to win the tnatoh at the nine? teenth, when his opponent got Into trouble. The Lakewood man promptly took three put.?", SO that they halved the bole In 5. Condition? were reversed at the next, whore Platt lost a shot In a trap, but "stole" a halve by laying an approach dead. Platt missed another put on the twenty-first green and lost the match. The other tilt that went more than the regulation eighteen holes was between C H. Oardnar, of Kkwanok and C E. Turner, of Midland. The first named, a? a result of playing s good deal In the South, la on his fame at present, but even ?so he had sil he could do to dispose of the? Midland goiter on the nineteenth green. lAter in the day Gsrdner found M. J. Condon, of WykagyU an equally stubborn opponent, bet orea again the Ekwanok man proved ttjual to the occasion, winning by 1 up. The spectacular shot of the day went to tha ?or?sdlt of the vetoran, George K. Arm Strong, who found himself bracketed with 0. C Stanley, the **Vyantcnuck golfer. Al? though the evergreen George was unal>le to make much progress against the In tarcollegiate champion, he at least had the eatisfartlon of popping In a niblick shot for a 2 at the flrat water hole, as tlie tenth Is calle?!. Armstrong had pulled bis tee shot over near the eleventh tee, 'ind from an awkward stance In the rough he ?hot the robber core out like a bird. it ?truck the green a few feet short of the pin and. taking one bound, dove plump Into the hole. Howard Vf. Perrln, Philadelphia'.?* hope, ?did all that was required of him. beating the Harvan! captain. K P. Allls, in the morning by a I an?l 1 margin, and then dispfjiing <?f H. J. Topping, tlie Greenwich man, who called attention to himself by recently ?lefeatin?; ?*?"hli-k" Evans at I* hurst. Wbll? not playing a? brilliantly as - I'.-rrin would easily ha\? be?*n undei M : ad he finished the bye hole? In either of his matches. The other survivor of the day was C N. Phillips, one of the all-year-*round plavers. Phillips beat George Crump In the after roon in a mstcb ? arried to the home green. Thin leaves Phillips to play Travis in one half of the semi-final round this morning and perrln and Gardner In the other. In the second sixteen S. K. de Forest ?-?me through on tlie upper Mde after an up-and-down match with his clubmate, F. A Potts. The veteran C. E Van VIeck also played at the top of his game. After diopping Into a beaten eight ?et Taylor bad Ws troubles downing E J. f'idgeway In a twenty-hole match. The summary follow? : first ?ixteen (flrat rouudi <" N. Phillip?, At lantl? City, hem. V. <". l.?ng]e>. Wannamoteatt, 4 up ami 3 to play; (i. A. ?""rump. l*hila?lelphla. t***at I'*:, y I'latt. I^ikewood, 1 up (21 hole?); *' '.'. (laines, Wykagyl, heat K. J. Ridgway, mtontrimir, K up and 3 la play; Walter J. Travl?, ? ???-ten city, beat W. W. Taylor, Ardaley, ?1 up and 6 to plaj ? m?. W. Parrin, Philadelphia, beat W P. All's. Harvard, *** up and 1 to play; H J. "'tPlng. I'mehurst. beat A. M. Reed, Kkwanok, 4 up and il to i,Ja.\ . ?*. it Gardner, Kkwanok, ?Hat C. E. Turner. Midland. 1 up <!*" holer,. If. J. Condon. Wykagyl b*at i'ri?e K\aii?, ?rae Burn, 4 up and ,. l?> play. eeconti round Phillips b*at Crump. 1 up; Travis be?? (lalni-s, 6 up and .**? ?o !?!?>: r*rrln beat Topping. 6 up and 6 to play, ?iardner beat Condon, 1 up. Beat? eight ?firat ?ixt**tii- Platt beat I?ong '?>'. 2 up: Taylor ?.eit ltl<lK\v_>, 1 up ?*Jfi holes): r.. **?. Al'.l? l*at Read, a up and 2 l?j I'iay; beams beat Turner. 5 up and 4 to play. ?Head sixteen iiiist round) T. A Potto, I>?ke wood, i^at C. xv Hannos, Wykagyl. 2 up and 1 topla*., .- i. i?. K(.i,?t. Lskarwood, b*a?. T, U Bart'ett. Uunwrxjdie, 3 am an?l 2 to play; George r>lxon, Jr., Khlun*?o??k. beat Tti-.jna.s Hcnaentas, Atlantic City. 4 up and 3 te play; 1' 11. M<-?*hll, Allan?)-- ?ity, b?at i'. S I' Rtuidolph, Jr., I_?ke ?"?xid, 1 up; T. P Kndiiott. Atlanti?: ?'ay. beat a * M-'-iir- Albaay, - up; c B, Van \'i?. k, Mo-i?(;air, beal ? *. I. Tappln. Garden Cits. 1 up ?a? boSas); *K K t'.illett, Wykagyl. ??eat I". I M-_tjugl.ini, W>kaK>*l. 2 up; I*. XV. Kein'.k. Pl.llade.pt.ia. ??.-at J. H. Haye?, jr., Atlantlo City, 8 up and 2 to play. B-* ond round- Lie Korest t?*at Pott?. 1 up; D x.,n b*at MeCSII, 4 up and a to play. Van ?4etSl l til Bndleott, 2 up hi..I 1 to play, K?-m W**' G"l?*"t. * "P '1? bolos). ?Third ?ixt^en (first roi;ndi H*nrv Allsopp. ?"orest Hill?. I^at If a liogers. Uiverton. K up ?nd 4 to pi?y ? i- toSdy, BAaOemoed, b*.n -t a F Clark isiiiw.M.di?-, 4 up and :t ?o play; A. ??????r- Albany, ? ^al 1) S. Whit*. Atlantic ?"? ? op aad ?i to piar: a. < \ ?'amoviio, i_k? - *'?><>i beat - \ Ramage, ??n ?*ity, ? up and i r. \'Wy ? -? H "? fapPan. Nasi-au. beat XV. R. Uelehali',. |>_| .( Up ?,?. 2 to pifc).. ,* |. ? aimer, Oreonwtcb, ?s?ut <? n Eddy, iddgewood, 1 up ?uid S (o play. A W. W.-stn**.. Atlantic ?ity. t??? a R. Whltn.y, l.akewood, I up, ? r,H ,nn'i '"'*"?'?'- *"? v E,1,1y '"-a1 AH*'?pp. ?I up M .. to play; ??r*g?.ry t?at < *_iiiov|?<.. 1 up ?if? IVImei b?-si Tap. an. 2 up; Wrsliltv ?-eat ?imiitga, 4 up an.j ; t?. play. u,?0.ur. '"Ix''"-n ???i>? muii'ii a. <". Pratt ?2 ., ,:i1'* ^*-t ,v v ' r?-*?1 Wykasrl, ?"? up and - V >.' r'r U '* l-**ah??i. lA.y AnK?-l*s. U-at _ ? noetoa, i_.k?u,Mi.? a? a>.r-iiit' w * Ttanitum,.? A f"'0'"0'''. Apawi.ml?. t up ^wtanJt ?oV.?' A?'?n"- <-'l_-. tvM.t Hairy Mc 8ULUVAN NOT BADLY HURT. /jhic-ag,,. ADrll i?._..Bll|y?. 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There could be no two oplnlo about the superiority of William- 1 Moore's Lord and I_ady Peat?n In the ope log class of the evening, which wim fe pairs over l'.l hands. F.ot.inhood ai Burgomaster wer* not shown, and this 1?; tl.- red for Philip Jivlngston's Traug* and Taugelt. which have won en mat blues In the hands of Mrs. C. W. Wats? in days gone by. In the exhibition of heavyweight ?add horses George Ballena Dr. Illckey, h cbss ItUt thoroughbred, with a well AOVSlOfN neck, earrM away th?; blue. Tonao BauraaVs Crand Duks and I.ltt! Prlnos nadf their appearance In the rur about class. The time ha? been when was hard to choose between tiie two speed leiKhsteppen., but IJttle Prince Ih not weai lug w? 11. and it looked as though his bit was received more for his past perforn anOOS than for anything hs ?11?! !?i th<- rln last nitflit. l.ugene von Back drose a goc one from the stable of Emll Seellg. u was ?ailed Nonchalance, and he seemed t fill even- rc?iulrement of a runabous hors? He has SXtrsmS rosad, good action and per foct manners. Grand Duke waa chosen I ?..??,'ir ths yellow ribbon. l_ouls Jialgh drove the w;nner, and the exhibition final! resolved itself into a rate between Dlttl Prince and Nonchalance. An the llgh wagons swung around the turns on tw wheels an upset seemed imminent, but t the relief of the .spectator? both entrle remained right side up, more by good lud than good management. (.iip of the lnter-eating featurea of th evening was the exhibition of militar; mounts: in fact. It was called militar evening owing to the fact that a new claa was introduced for officers' chargers Thl was an exhibition of model military mount to be shown in hand by enllated men li uniform and to be Judged for their adapta blllty for u*? in the army. Th? fact that more than a dozen horse answered ths bugle call in the exhibition o militar], mounts may have accounted foi tiie length of time which Major Milton F Davis and Captain L. Andrews took tf judge them. The horses were In the rln( more than an hour. If Watchful had remained the property Ol Myron II Oppenheim he would have car rled away the Abraham Straus challens? cup in the combination class last night. The conditions state that the trophy must he won twles by the same owner, hot not necessarily by the same horse, and Wat? h ful Is now the property of Louis New? ?asa. ThS Mf wall-eyed bay gelding hn? always been a prime favorite with the Judge?, particularly In the combination ? lass, and he held his laurels bittet ngainst all Invaders. His opponents numbered some of the champions of the show ring. There was the beautiful little mare Fantasy, which ha? so many blue and trl-color rosettes to her credit. S. K. Jacobss beau? tiful Mary Garden, with Mrs. John Gerk. n up, and Kmll BoeH_.S Mark Hanna, which won the tlrst novice class of the show. Mark Hanna Is particularly good in har? ness, and it looked a? though he should have been further up in the ribbons. Miss TlUie Whiting drove the winners in the hull's' phaeton class. They ?ret? none Other than the popular Menella an.l Phyllis, who ars ?t their best In such an exhib? tlon. Many of the entries were unruly, and Emll Seelig's Conduct and Conductor re? fused outright to enter the ring. Miss Van Wyck finally persuaded them, however, but they did their best to smash things, and finally broke a bearing rein, which finished them as far as the ribbons were concerned. The exhibition of military mounts had three splendid entries from the Squadron C Farm. They were a five-year-old bay stallion, Slogan, which finally won the blue; a fourteen-year-old chestnut stallion Called Uanaster, and Prince Hamburg, which failed to gel In the ribbons. it Wa> hard to pick the winner, for It Is unusual to see so fine a lot of embryon!- fharaeis in competition on the tanbark. Tbe awards follow: e*ma* ft (pair? of haiti-t.? l.<ii-.- ...,r 1ft j ( .._. ?.rat Prl/-*-. too; a_oon_ orti*. %-M. ??n.- William H. Moora-a h. g. hora K*aton n7lW m L*dy Beaton; aecoo?, Philip GAZ, M<1.bH ?a. ?ransalt an_ Tengrat, tUrt, Skau atoo s * ne* e* .e?i?g> rn m Climax and eh. g. Max; fnurili. Jame? Mrl_ean's 1er. g*. b\r Reealter an I The l'Ilot. l'Un __.' issddle h-MT?*? over 14.2 hand? up to earrylnir 4?tl pounds Kirnt prlie, SM prise, HO) -Vir?t, The lJttla Varni's ??! f l'? Hlckay; second. E. B. Arkerman'e br. a IM'i ??lie, thlr.1. I. b. i aetles und K. B. Spring*! lelk. m. N'auahtv Marietta. f<?urth. Iluxh I. ?"o.>per*B b, g. htarlltht. ?'la*? ft triinaliciut tn.r-eji not es?edlag !?"? 2 hand?; te be shown to runal.oiit? ?T1i?i prtae, fftO; second jiljie, $20? Kir-.!. TMtSO SaavagVa i?. a Uttle lTtn<?. eeeend, Emll ?...?-Hh ?? t> k Woochalance; third. Ton*? Ban vaga'? < b % ??rand Diika, fourth. David |l. ICntoul's br. n Indian Chief. <*la?? SS (officers' charrera ?nd ml I mounts, ir, to irt.? Sa mW. undecked; t? he rid i ? l?> BtanbefS <?f any bran?-h of the army or mil! tla. In full rires* uniform; mull tak? a - fool feme, prl?e?. rup??- Klrit, IletltaHSW H >*?'. Wlnfree'a b a Chant: second, ?'??etain .' i? l.onc'i? hr k Metgs; thlr.l. AM?n H Blodget'a t. k Justice; fe.iirth. Je.hn T Matter's b * T_p_. ?*la>? IT i? hi blnatioii Imrn"?? b?reas, 14 2 bands or over. In eontpeUtloa foi lb? Mil.i?..mi eX Prran? ?'IiH.iniKe CUP; : twice bv the lime? owner bef??!.> It I. pr<ep?-rt;> Pint, L M Newaa?s's b. a. Wat? I. hll, ridden by Mise I/oulsa Van W)?ji, secoi I Pee-|Uttt<?iiue Kann'i eh bl Fantes?, nddes i Kmlle Antony; third H. K. JacobCa I, i. f?at'len. ridden by Mr? John <_<-rkrn; fourth, F.n.ll Keell?*? eh. s Mink M.inna Cla?s 7 ?palin ?if harnean horses, to be ? '?? n to a lady? phaet..n manners to count '?'. p> ? eent; luot*-? lo 'lrlw- l*lr?t prize, S.'n>, r'...ii! prize, $2o? -First. William M. Moore's br. me i Metiella and phylll?, driven by Ml?? Titile M. Whiting! se<ond, J Humner Draper's Baronet and rtatlre, driven by Mrs. John <i.rk?n. third, Philip ?vfageton'a b ??. (jonaelt and <lranif.lt. driven by Mrs Philip Mvlnaatoii : fourth. .Iiin.i |f-__MJ.'- hr ins. Iya.ler e,f Faxhlun .m.| T-ash lonabla LSdy. <?laaa MX inindel military mount?, to I.?- nhowtl In han?!. 1'rlz? ?. rape) l"lr?i, Squadron t. Fat n.'s b a. Hlucan; second, SeqnatoKue I'.u *n'? Ch. g fir Bedouin; third. Lieutenant . W. Wlnfree's b. a efjijmt, fourth, Hqiiadron C Farm's ? h. a l'a n.i star. WOMEN BATTLE WITH FOILS Misses Baylis and Dewson Qual? ify for Championship Bouts. After a slashing series of bouts with the foils Miss Adelaide Haylls, who was one of the American women who recently triumphed over the Baroness de Meyer, and Miss Frieda Dewson qualified yesterday for the finals In the women's national championship to be held In the ballroom of the Hotel Astor on Friday, April 28. The elimination bouts were conducted at the Fencers' Club, Fifth avenue and t?th street. Miss Baylis, who is president of the I.adles' Fencing Class, winning all of her engagemonts. Miss Dewson. of Kaat Orange, waa a close second, acoring five victories out of seven bouts. Miss Clara Cheesman qualified as the champion of Northern New York in the bouts held a few days ago at Garrison's on-tho-Hudson. Miss Cheesman, in winning her place in the championship finals, de? feated Miss ilalght, Miss Sara CheesmtUi and others. In Philadelphia to-night Mrs. W. 11. Dewar and four others will fanes for the !..ist?in Pennsylvania championship. Mrs. ?Dewar was the last American woman to detent the Haroneas d-' Meyer in the chal? lenge CUP match at the Colony Club In this city. The two leaders In the Pennsyl? vania bouts will qualify for the champion? ship finals next week. The summary of ths women's bouts at the Fencers' Club follows: Mia* lia j Ii? dvfrat.ri Mrs. ShSTtt, Mrs. V.ioi - hie?. Visa MllBeCa. Misa i>a\ton, Mis* DSWSBSk Mb.? Shulnwald and Miss Ix-Iatteld. Miss Dewson ?lefeate.V Mise Htlmaon, Mrs Voi.rheea, Ml:? I?:.jton, Misa iJtlalic'J and Ml?? Sha In vi ah I. Mi...? Bheiawald defeated Mrs Kh?.rtt, Miss Btltason, Mr?. Voorhee? and Mis.? Da> ton. Mist .Stims.en defeated Mre. fchortt, Mita Pay ti.ii Hnel Ml-? Delafleld Mrs. \'oorheea defeatfd Mr?. Shortt and Ml?? relalleld. Ml?? Duyton defeated Mr?. Shortt an. Mrs. Vonrheea. Ml?? l>elufiel" defeated Mis. Shortt and Misa L>H\ '.?ell e PENN. 2: HOLY CROSS, 1 Worcester, Haas., April If.?-Holy Cross was defeated by ths (TnlTerslts ?>f Pennajrl vania at baseball bete to-day la s ci??.-?. K?me by a BOOTS of I to I, After the fifth Inning neither side t_lli>.) Ths >soore by lualngi follows: R H i. niwiii?- o i. i o i ?. ?i i v j i i Holy Cross.0 t ?? ? 1 I ? " ? ' -r' I Batterlea?lmlay and Hawk; l.>n<b an.I <:_n? t'mplre?Mr. Stafford. Time?1 M JAMAICA BEATS CLINTON. 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LISOS HOTSI bl si Ei'E L-ADHS LOTOS, S*??rr amtate Oamleet txmrktesats ~ith Bath? _ INTERNATIONAL ITION 1913 .SUPPAMN? Tlt? Gl&Ji?L *f. rlfi?/SSEUS ?rsJX)Sir/0AYmr/9/0 'ter I'urtlriiUrs n?!?ian P.?aort? und I*ot?l?. ?prlj. To?n * Cmintrv f*c Sth Ar.nu* N V Offlrlal Offlr i?n li-uir liail-a-r* 47. Cannon Htraat ? f.?. <lrac*?-hureli Sir?*? i and :.', P*l?lit atr*?t. London | or to OBtc aarleaa E-pr?.? C* Th? ? Coo* A ?on, or 1 C c;_rk. Of*", l?l A??n'. Tin.ri Hut'dln?. NY. ?? This famous Hotel Is a favourite stopping place for American visitors." THE GRAND HOTEL "The Hub of Paris." Rebuilt Throughout ?mi Newly Furnished With Evory Oomfori and Luxury In Modern Construction. 90O Beds* 500 Bathrooms. " Admittedly the; most Comfortable Hotel in Europe." HOTEL KAISERHOF Bad-Nauheim -THIS tVORl.D RENOWNED HOTEL stands in the quietest p.irt of "fan/irim directly op poottf the Kur It.ith* in Its ???? n private ground* war looking the I'.irk. It la the if out Popular House on account at it* evcrlient tttMmtlOB, It* un??/ti.i !/<?</ rultlne and Its great comfort It contni'ts mimerons prir.ite suites with tinth, hnlcony, etc. It has long ban reoini/eil n* the lending Hotel, and la patronised by K'iynlty und '??? the beat l.nglish and American families. ftaulKim The Metro/sole NEW LEADIBG HOTEL i Farourit*8??*rt?f OS? tln-runh?iAm?rlc*_i, 50>?r?Jjfro?iB?th?. Saatta *.? _ Private Baibi ky Mon. H.Y. Ia?iulf?tarai : Rao? '? Fiii| a?-?rd fr?m ?S. Pr??rt?t#r M, L?kr LONDON HOTELS. THE CARLTON ? Motel, Restaurant, and Grili Room, LONDON. HOTELS IN ENGLAND. LONDON . Midland Grand Hotel HARCBCSTCR . . midland Hotel LIVERPOOL ... Adclphl Hotel LEEDS.Queen's Httel UK *\l>l OKI) . . . Midland Httel NOKECA.MBE BAY . . . Midland Betel DEKBY.Midland Httel W. Tole, Mmaacer. Midland lian? ej u?..?.. and Kefrethment Baente, etc. t,blti Um.*? __idUo4 Oraod Hot.I. l_>a?Ua. Tariff? at the llot^lr and full partlrntare ee La ran tea mear Mm bad at the Enropena Offlree ef -II.? irli.nue." at "Hin" Inn House," III Strand n..rrlo.kl__a Aldwvih auo Klnnwa/i. !_?<?? _ rrr-:-: HOTELS IN 8COTLAND. HOTELS IN SCOTLAND <?l_AS(.o\V?ST. ENOCH HOTEL l For ?'-(?in III? h land?. AYK?HT ATM? V 1IOTF.I* (For Kuril? l.-ttaae?Hirt lipbue. DrMFllIKS?STATION no t I f (Fur Burns Mausoleum, etc.) TTBNBKKBY?STATION HOTF.I. _(For Maaeid* ?.??ifrr?) FRANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. PARIS (Favorite Am"-"--1 Hoxm) HOTEL CHATHAM. A R I S P HOTEL DE LILLE ET d'ILBION J2.. Ha? St. Honore, elmam to Fiara V?ndeme Firtt elaaa. AS modern Imj-rovamenle. Beery gotnt, comfort. l___if. 1 ___-!I Hc-taurant. lun tl aena and dinners at fUad piiraa B> a la cart?. Talesrama. 1 JU_AI_BI0N. PARU--Henri Abadie, Proprietor. _ ARIQ Hotels ST. JAMES HnlO ETD'ALBANY (.rand I.?Million. Opi?.?lte Tuilerie? ?.:ir 9 den. MS lioi.in?. fn Itetbreenaa steam H from I tra.1 ulth I lied?, I? fra. I.iiin h. 0* 4 fra.; Dinner, Il t,-. ut nrpiuute t .???!?- - l'riiiinn from fr?.. l'i.S?. ? HOTEL BALTIMORE subi? UINIK Ki.i:iti:i<. Parte. Sn't. s ?.sitii iie.t und eold ? iter. Batl n.? rjr i |i.i 11 inenl Re laonabla prl? ? - ? 'ablt Baltlmoti ! M dl.TlRBZ. Prop'r. P A A ? IX-LES-8A?NS. GRfi??B HOTEL O'?IX IV I CO DAIL?O I Itleee l'???lt???n. <.r._iir>.t IA-LtO-DAii.0 i mrntmet. Keeeis.?. Prop. HOTlL SFLEHOiO-LX?ELSIOii OCfl ?LE GRAN.) HOTEL UULLO (.rill U.Hiiii. Ainrri.an Har. FORCES BOY TO KILL HIM Farmer Slays His Wife and Make Little Lad Avenge the Murder. Meadvllle, Penn.. April ll-Stephen Well mon, sixty years old. a prosperous farmer, of Idncoln.llle, near liere, ahot and killed hie wife this morning. AccordlnK to the story of (.riscom V? ?-li? mon, lilil?? y??ara oUl, Wt-llnion tlien com pelled tbe boy to blow ths back of hia heed SWey with the sume shotgun used to kill th<- woman. SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Mailed anywhsrs in ths United States fer f2 60 ? yssr. ? HOTELS IN GERMANY. MEMIWIgLrtr1^ 1 Hotel Mesamer QFWFM * " '? *-?"'? ilklilCfl .*.?? pilial* .aili? with tolle*. Hillman's Hotel Rp C JA p \| Nooni? w llh private LO.l/I_ill it ,ii. * Tallett*. HOTEL BELLEVUE lli?llniciil?li?il Ilona* nf ?Id rrepiitntlnn. I'nlquO l>?.lll..n. H. "'?ISM-'l'KI.I?. On. Mana?*r.__ Frankfurt v_ Gd Hotel Frankfurterhof RtSTAURAMT RITZ I.KAIMN?. HtrTKI. A*n BKrfrAlTItANT. B D F UIIFIIT V.Stt* l n-p? a-Utaa. MIL. MQNOPOL-METflQPBLE FnriDllDP ?eaAimg Hous -i_u?et ?*-?_? lUlUUna fort? (fttmek FarwS) HOTEL SOMMER-Z?-RINOMOF HANOVER "StSSS?Z HOTEL ROYAL MUNICH i 4r?T Cf /VfJfF Of GiKMAMY GPAMD HOTEL conti: MENTAL M?NCHEN ??if Refined. Artialic and Up-io date Hotel do Luxe of Munich. UNICH ' The Most l*cautliul aBd , Iwniwn j yiodern mt *\aortnnny m FOUR SEASONS HOTEL t HinrfcQLDP n?? h?*?- ?r u,?*. j^JUliLii _*_l.t. US Komm with _____ ' * Sendi<s Wurttember^er-Hof ItlSBADEN ? u:^?r PALACE Motel & Baths ICw-BAUbR M HUM S & PARK IMPERIAL HOTEL. HOTELS IN RUSSIA. W w Russia :-Moscow, 1st Class HOTEL BERLIN Up-to-date?150 Bedroom*. American and English Patrons, Swiss Proprietor!. ?STr7^HUNQARY- SWITZERLAND VIENNA ?"?AT HOTEL BRISTOL I <>< _(*<! on the Faablonabla Karntunerrloc aad III* favnrlt* remort of ?tmnii-aoa. Vertmt Frrorh 4 ulaln? and (bolea ?In*?. A USTRI?s-The Tyrol HOTEL TTROLINNSBR?C? Great M-A?r a_4 Cmaab Exeo**-?? t ?-litre. Tb? Paaalaa PUj Ib al ??? bStEsEab ,h *~ FOREIGN RESORTS._|_FOREIGN RESORTS. LONDON HOTEL METROPOLE A tnost comfortable Hotel with a world-wide reputation. FavoraNv known to many A mericans. Most convenient and central location in Northumberland Avenue, Trafalgar Square. Close to Royal Palaces, Houses of Parliament, Fashionable Residential Quarters, Theatres and ( hief Places of interest. Rooms may be reserved free of charge by Marconif raras (see back of message forms}. Illuitrstsd Tariff Isoklst free : Uptown Office New Yerk Tribune, 1364 B'wsy, N.Y. PROPRIETORS: GORDON HOTELS, LIMITED. The Most Fashionable HOTEL and RESTAURANT in ENTIRELY PARIS IS THE CONTINENTAL SENOVATEB Tha homo of man* DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS whan In Parla. TWO LEADINO HOTELS. -*? BERLIN. Hotel Der Kaiserfiof ?__*?"*-'?* ?_f ___?__# 9? to. 000,000. mat Latomt Arums-Imam Oomfmrla. HAMBURG. Hotel Atlantic WEST A OR AST PfOROTK. f main y Baautifml A lot or L lllattrated Booklet? from "New York Tt-baae." i.?.im 314. The rinot Suslde af*\ *> ?W" J" BkB |^ (Belgium) 5 Hour? feto* ea (he North ka *U ^% I EL 11 M___J from London ?r IX -OT_I_a____.ff_- ON TUB _S_ES___k. FRONT Motel de la Piaffe I Tb? c<?<i?en.ai . . . 400Bete M.itautfMt Dc u?c ;; KS_U: * ??12 - Kmiroiv R*baiit & Refvi-rxshed i M kursaa.&Beau-Sii-. 150 M 400 Bed??Roetnt Prom H20 W7*A Pension $3 to $5 par tfoy Asgas IUVB i'Ft ! VATK BATHS t BATX_ONlSX OVHmi/V>_CmO SRA STTTCT DB CT-SIRCK. Pie* ? clKoenlnge cm baflue, bollan t-MOvas f*?w ??sjus?ss ?si ?*?.? -.Tssrar 0I?ANn HOTF1 TIm PhMsusU ?ostls *?? ? ii__gf^.L-- '!?*>" "OH 1 JlMrt Hotels Are PALACE ?OTEL HOTEL KURHAUS ?;r. ?s MOTEL D'ORANGE Tiro Co-K.er.5 cf_ri_^ in fhe Knrsaal try tire famottm Itimtmarsjx- Ortrtrestra 0/ Parte. The Ideal SeasMe Resort, i? iriiiiifiin _f_r?-n TJbe Hague by Electric Cars. Splendid Centre war Hotoritots._ CARLSBAD, The Helenenhof IMPERIAL HOTEL afama, Opening In May? ^A ^ 270 ROOMS AND 90 BATHROOMS PERFECT LP-TO-DATB CONSTRUCTION. Twe Funtcatara. SplendU Reetaurant end Terrace. - Aftcrneeo Tee. ? Concert. - ?Harare. THIS .MOST FASHIONABLE HOTEL la 90 metrea abeve level ef the Sprudel, lo beautiful fardes sad magnificent pine forest panorama. THE HELENENHOF IMPERIAL HOTEL CO. FREO SCHIPPER, MANAGER. INT I BOTH ei EUHKEH6aboicl3im9irau K. M?ller, Oenerel MARIENBAD i?? _s tsf. ?um?| ??'*?? >__ fidfifttCl \)lCtur?3 Manaqer. tSset imtmm HaUl Ce_BlertAU1s17.Ga.fa?- A? - 1/VlVI w IV? VI im I ??-.-.- ? ? ' _ ?I 10 Mineral ?iirlnr. 3 lie Bath Hnufxx?. TIIK Ml NH IPAUTY'S OWN MtM?R HKOS Richeat Moor known In l->rrani-RI? ?rnnnate. (Ovrr Mm iii-o moor li.nlis p. r ??ani?n.) SEASON MAY-SEPTEMBER m 85.000 SSJMSSS 1911. rifNIHI? Oirpeleeoe eout, anirmla, ehrenls appendlr'tla, constipation. arte?r.c-?-'?roela, r| woman? diseases, haart Altana??. dlSSSSa of MdB*!"**. n?rv?g, ft??. Natural Carbonic Bathe In* many icradie 82?: M" a a. Pub-Alpine Climat? Kpl?n?!!'l ?'..? thronet, hlifli mountain woo<1* 1(H) kllom?tre.i tn citent Prti-ee rourh r??lur?<i In May. .lun?? and September. Sp-. lal Real d?ne??i with Klt.ti?n available. ProepBetUB grail?? fr ,m Hurg.-emHi).?.-._ OltflM-GRAIUD HOTEL ROYAL (On Rhine). I-.nett Hotel on the Rhine; with large I errare faring Steamer Land? ing. I,? l?. U.tr, W. O. ROMfi. M;?n_iK?T (lets of Dom Hotel, folorne) B EMS - ?'"-r- HOTEL ANGLETERRE ******** ""? ^?"^ Bronchitis, litc.?OaraHe-SriTliS with rRIVAVlC Bath ' - -J_ - ? "The Purstenhof" B A.J^-X^T IXjJDXTJN" ?C3-_E3 _NT '___. Fieeat. Neweet end ?Larsett Botel. ? _S0 RO?MW^?f PR-T?TK .VI) THFRMAr. B?\Tlli. ~ "*H B.e>k>e*B from Ttowa * Ountry. 8S9 6th Are. N?w York, or lut Msssjsg '*ar Co. TAX Am Av*.^ ^_? i _ . . ' ?~***m**gJ F RANZBNSBAD. Hotel Kopp Konlgsvilla lipertmenU with batb A UMel, Het weter healing. Vecuum Cleaner A all up-to date eemforts. Aute Ssreqe. Larfe Perk. Best Situation far taking the cure. lESBADEN: HOTEL KAISERHOF FIRST CLASS THROUOHOUT. IN ELEVATED POSITION IN OWN LAftQB PARK. 40 NEW PRIVATE BATHROOMS. W DR KA TI "RIV I tADINQ PASHlONAKLt: HOI IL X), DkhSDEN. _C%AMC9A_P??A? PRIVATE BATHS. OARAOE. PINE OARDEN. Facl,g Centre. Station THE CONTINENTAL O L O O ? ? o/RHiNE HOTEL D ?SC H Weil-Known Seleot House. i c H Y-Hotels du Parc & Majestic Palace Comfort and Lnxury. * Finest Location Overlooking: Park. J. ALI3TTI, Mgr. V BADEN-BADEN Stephanie Hotel BOMB OF DISTIKOUISHM AMFRICANi Hotel .1 ? Line of Btiden-HBdrB Kil.n.U? ?nto Liiragr BADEN-BADEN, (rv-..."?'.._V) HOTEL D? L'EUROPE Hotel de Laxe Opposite the Kur-llaa* GRAND \7 C IVJ I t\C* ET Hotel HOTEL V ti IN 1 \*mm* Hi Royal Danieli Evopv Am?rlo?n comfort and luxury. Loo?t?d on tha Grand Canal, the view from balooniee and terrace? ia inarvellcua._ AUSTRIA, HUNGARY. SWITZERLAND BUDAPEST Gd' Hotel Hungaria inrat-riaa? """?tel ?ill? P??i??i_n\.. Vl*"? etwer ibe, T?aaohe. Ev?ry in?*tdmrn eoaafart. ?"?.? I ?ml? * Aaaarieaa a_d KnslUh p?a*T?M?a.e Uirertara. Ss\tmmmW?Wmma\s% *rt-_ui?ara. ALE, IB. Hstel VICTORIA All Modal- Conforta. & NATlUHAL ? l*o*-tra. I ??It??? aad Hahrabar?; Villa?. CARLSBAD Savoy West End Hotel CARLSBAD ?.Si UKiHj OMTIKMTIL M~et^nba^dtt.2??m*,iti' _HOTEL WEIMAR Mari6nbad c-i-tSS" ?.r.. HOTEL KL1NGER Flncit Situation. Electric Light. Lift ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE. ome, Italy, Grand Hotel OPEN THE YEAR ROUND The most bcautitnl and comfortable Hotel In Itnlv. F.lcctric light throughout. American elevators. Charming Suites with bathrooms attached. t'SDEK THB8AMA ?IKECTIO!* A3 THE SAVOY HOTEL LONDON N ?CE.SEAVIEW) r_C?i. ,W *?""?? ? lal*?t noTi:r. I romfurta. Grande Bretagne "naar? Ontrenf ** by Mott. Jardin I'ni.lii J New York. COMO <LAKE OF) 6R*\*?1I IlOItt ,!on imni*n?e Park Villa d'Est? _r\*^^__^ IN BEAUTIFUL' PRIVATE HARK G ENOA "EDEN PALACE." ADVERTISEMENTS AND StTBSCRlPTIONS for Tb? Tribun? r?*-*?)lv?d at their Uptown QtlSoe, No. l.1?H Broadway, batwara 3*>?h anj STth ata.. aatu * a'elooS p. b.