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b? Why Marginal Road Map
Omits Furman Street.
0 ENRICH TWO FIRMS?
d 0f Trade and Transporta?
ron Members to Protest Plan
% Pay Out $1.676,120.
??SBlttee on water front improve.
Iht New York Board of Trade
"f'tsnH0-"' "' ***' a?ni'ear hr'"T*
^?etft of ; ,iav ,n r'
RESORTS.
Sanitariums
and Health Resorts.
! . ?egistry containing informa?
??n regarding class of cases treated
the best American institutions.
i Working'along the most scientific
?art the interests and comfort? of
?? are thoroughly safe
iut-ded under the most approved
! Bii'hods and sanitary conditions
tw,il tU ei ' .lowing
.?SuiTiuiiu ?t healtl reaorts may b?
iSSta t? ' itlnK et te ?rhen
? bur.? Iurormutlon Bureau, S20
SkgM BrtihllBB N?w York. Telephone
Ijglertn&a
THE BANCR0?T SANITARIUM
?iTItR. SOSRI9 COVKTV. V .1.
iMB**11" ' 1 ' : th*
? md u* >'? " ' o? Nervoi -
" 1. ti?.,?. h?hltimtlen ane* t nvalie; \%.m
"5
???Mciai'oni icriii im r?*at and
ti??rt'twr. Limousins with ati?ndari;s
^.. f?: pi .-i - .t.r
VESUtK 01TKI ?3? BKO\n ?-T.
? -
WHERE AND WHY
fpg 0:v? ai Stanif-.T 1.
rj'or. for iK" ' eatmem of Nervous
itxl MH? " fl anf3 alc?"
??He g?,*! min utea
from N?? *? over fifty trains
?fh Waj
Addre.*-? Dr. OIVENS, or phorje TO.
ttsmtoTi.
Id the 1'iri.? . ' 1 BM Island
HEALTH RESORT
?tSUTftOOO, M \? IORK
'??i i.'*
tr?*re. ir.r lei Bleiana at
aw*. fat F Jites at Tribune
Enbbw i4?lre?i
a i? hi'-??, vi i? _
KLNSETT
On ?lie Creen.
NORM \I K ? (INN.
T.. ..,,
ail i-ur ?adlctl ni ? reas Dr. Edwin
??frett hattl NorwHlk.
?Dr. J. E. EwleMB, 1 ? I Stth Pt.. K. Y.
?^^^?je?iS^riazH_
TREATMENT
RHEUMATISM AND NEURITIS
|ir. \ Biishan? "?unatorluni,
HXW Park Plane. *?r?>okl>n \ ?, .
?tory.
'
THE VAN VALEN SANATORIUM
s are
trouble?
. -"as?! and
PRIVATE COUNTRY HOME
? for real, quiet
?
NEW FNfil AMI *XMI U{M M
r*aer
V**t*T_' }' ? 44
3STE0PATHY
?l m at knit*. Ft L.U
*?**?? ma: ; 4.;u
DP VAII '??i >m. Enfield.
??oklet
MEEZEHURST* TERRACE
Min?
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W I I I I ?i?. **..-.' "..". .1 <"e?n
" 1 Lt Wt I J Parkway. Brooklyn.
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1
DR. STRONG'S tguttomotT
UK i an i
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PEARSON HOML
?fctiin? Ai-ir?
Si. ? -
to WATER CAMP K?ST, r
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!?*"*Bt? i home?. Folder
M i i
t?l. C <? still EM ?wir Mill M.
KI*.?,*l,i\ ??s 111 I>SO> N V
V\T**le f* ervous unTl fnne
"yjU?''' . manaiiK*. ?electricity,
'
?ilk ?.Kv Summit, S ?' ? M'.
.,?,.'**."'-' beautiful lo
? r;r,rt<ir.
'*
?"?THE-HILi^ HEALTH ?ESOBT?
?W*??*r?oirn. I'trhBeld in., tana.
????* Initltutlon with h*me environment?
"?at-?T4??? ?.- . ? a"i.,rn and thoae ?eeklng
? liarle. Warren .la> k??,n. Ml).;
?^WITEI.r) MMTOKII M HamBrld. N. J.
?Jjwe 4>??ei o? varmua kind?. Includlt.f ?
> uT" c*i.'? >;i*gant r,e?v houae; 20 ucrea
"**?? R4
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? ?utf?* a Sanlte ? r ?Ina, N.
,-jltplvvn? -,
(?OK. ?QIIR??), s'MTARIIM
I?"*, to a?i -ii y alelare ?ni aurcer.na for
.*??? ??rji-?] tn,t maternity ease?. Wr te
?w?,1??1? ?]<? . : i M. D.
^?at-or. >:
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??r?Y ^'* * '" '? tieatment. No knife.
! tL ''' ' '' 'irn
I tWw * ' ? -?^ ,; A k vteran
*??5i.G'j(1 thai ' rwi MS miles ?e, the
ajr? r? ertoriurn and Far.ltanum I
nu,* .C4*'"'rs " ??. ? of lb
:?, ?.,.'*' ' failed
aaJz? :' "' ?*'ara ha .
?*5rrv. r"'* " '
*)JZL*,f%Jf! a...:. Kilmer*? M-Ca>n<*<H*lslng
!ajJ*J My as? ?.a. .,: I aa? UMi?-.. rielnir
?*??t, Jor '*r ?* " ai --??- m aajeera V4 ?".
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-?(Mr. >F*- ''?'?'*? ?rid ae* mv pletun
** '? aJ? *' ' ' :* *n ' ? *l"?>r* ?*> !??- ' '
??v r.
M0RRI8ON ?iinol?.
?Haea '.-. ..,(1,^,n, or t,vri?,. u
-*-??^mti*-B f aniertorlum and Kanl
i7tk*V?D' W- l*'U?***?n,l"B? **? '?
??fini *r.f*?*? R?d Boek.fa and
lf*l rJ" M r??.? ?.? illustrations a
ijjpjj**"'? Of marve ^ f-?,m e|l
a ?*rer)rr,1 (?r^lriorrin
** Y*>rk Offica: 1999 Madison A*/a
Br??e..t| f)ff,re 4ay Mon^ny.
This column of
Sanitariums and
Health Resorts
yPP***? Sunday?, Tuetdaytsnci Thur?.
5J? the New-York Tt.bune Only.
against the city paying what It consider?
?n exorbitant price for the railroad lines
Of the NOW York Dock company and
the Bijfh Terminal Company for the pro
Posed city marginal railroad 1n Brooklyn
The committee, of which William H.
Olbaoa Is chairman and William T Don?
nelly and | v v. Huntington are the
other membera,
"The New York Dock Company and th..?
Bush Terminal ?ompany would be the
'r,a'' "f the construction
by the nty of the msrelnal ra:
I nder the clrcumstur.cea It may b*
r to assume that both of these rail
road companies would le glad to of*? r
every opportunity and facility upon rea?
sonable conditions for the movement of
traffic over their respective _nes and for
an Interchange of such traffic between
their lines and the dty-owned men
railway, and that nn operatltiK agreement
terms and conditions mutual!
to the i-lty and such ?railroads
be, easily nrrani'.vi and ronsum
m?,t? d.
"It i- therefore per'?nent to inquire,
Wh) ;s It new proposed the! ? ?
shall purchase the propertiea Insteed 01
j making with th? owners thereof an agree?
ment for Interchange of advantages
which another corporation culd make.
I It Is also pertinent to inquire why it la
stated thfit the purchase of t
? orties by the city u .
(that tills marginal rallwa) !..
Operated when so many manlf 81
? Blet why they Should not be
put chafed anrj which prove purchase tin
ne ? I sary."
terminal committee, of which John
? Mltchel was chairmen, n
? i \ ayntenl to the Mew York
Deck .company of tt.trjg.U0 for Its tra an,
rlcht of w . ... ?oquentinl
: rade and 1 ?
eata that the city p It
marginal I ? on th?- property of
the New York
Just In the rear. Thev
? that In thi mapa
-. tt. :e is nothing to ahee I
m in street, making It ar?
as !f there were r.o alternative to
going on the propertv of the New York
Dork .ompany The Drooklyn Rapid
Transit Vompany har ifi se for ,'P
eratit-.g cars In Furman street.
II only enou^-'.i to kt ep the fra
alive.
It Is further recommend? d that the
marslnal railroad be extended north from
the Brooklyn Prldce to th?- Nm-v Yatd
and altlaaately t,, Hunter's Pain!
LOST MILLIONS: WILL WED
Cousin Left Out of Mrs. Pell's Will
Is Engaged.
trrom The Tribune COnespOfftdeal ]
kensaek. N. .1 , June || At a card
In her home h?>r? this afternoon 1ti
honor of Mis.? Martnie-lre Homana, of
York, Ml ' Zabrlskle an?
nounced ber engagemenl W.
? iiFon. of New York
Mis? Zabrtokte is as? ?, of
1 Pell, xvhn died a* No 1*2
Riverside Drive, New York. Ma>- B, and
? most of her I
t?te to Columbia University, Rutgera ?'ol?
lere and the Reformed Church in Amer
made In I
kie and her brother. Kreder: k
.briskie. Their sister, Mr
Clarendon, received ?-.??.?'. but Bha s
lerpd it "more ..f a ship t. '?
left out altogether."
It v three cousins had
threat?!."! to contest the will, but t
no action ha* been taken. New J?
ta In Mr?,
aril] are Prederick z Board, a life
interest m 111) ?? Mathilda BI
at.d Laura W. ; . lifeini
lr. I- ;
THE WEATHER REPORT.
Oftirial lle?ord and FeSScaSl
June 25?High temp??r?turi? have -if?
In ever the geuthsrs ?'
Valley and the plain? stale
temperature? continue
., Rocky Mountain re?,on
The preea ?
bi?h s eg ?
and over the Atlantic seeboartt. ?nd .t I?
-
??? rtl-trlbutir.n 1?
favorable : , -?arm
we?th?r o--?
dunn? t;
sad probably longer. Then
tl ander ?tnrnii? in th?
twenty-four hour? In l M
and upp*r
leys and the lake region, ?nd general ?how -
.nt?ln regmn ?nd
PacUte state?. The Indication? ?re
that ?howery weather will rwattaas 1
day ,. ., ? ? ? Northers ?t?te?
I |1 ? rtccky Mountain?, and there will
BTsera Thuri>-!?y In Die Middle Atlantic
?t?te?, ?nd the Oblo Valley i.ver the Seeth?
tetea t!e we?ther will b? generally fair
uni warm Thur?d?.y ?nd Krtfl?y.
The we?th?r wll. b?."im? warmer Friday In
the Middle atlaatlC ?nil New Kngland ?t?te?
?nd high temperature? will eoatlaas oxer the
Middle W?Sl ?nd n-.o?l?r?te temp?rature? In
rthwesl and the Rocky M"
?n?l plateau region?.
?riada along th? MOW England coa?t
will be m- ' to ?outh Middle At?
lantic coast. nKht to mod?r?t? variable,
mo?t,y ?outh. (south Atlantic see? and Ea?t
? ?ariakte: v.-?*-. Gulf ?-oast,
-nt* south, on th? It.vv.r lake?. ?
?Meta, with ?quail?, upper lake?, traed?
erate south ?nd south and southwest, with
?quail?.
fSteamir? departing to-day for European
port? will have moil-rate variable wind?
moitlv ea*t and southe??t. ?nd overcast
,-ind Hank*.
I?,trcu?t for Spedal I^.ralltle?.?For F.a.t
ern New York, cloudy and warm, probably
l?,??l ?hower?. to-d?> and to-morrow; light
l? moderate ?..nth ?lud*.
ern N'?w Knglatid. cloudy, prob?Mv
lot*. Showers, to-day and to-morrow; w?rmer
to-morrow, light to moderate ?outn wind?.
roi Bouth-rrs N-w England, cloudy, probably
locB? | day and to-morrow -, warmer
to-morrow, moderare M .vlnrt?
I ,-r E??tern I'enn?ylvi,nla. New Jersey. Del
'iumbla ?nd
Virglnl probably lo?-al ?bower?, to?
day: fair ?nd warm lo-morrow; light variable
winds mou'ly ?outh.
F? r XX ??' Virtinl?. loeal thunder shower? to
? and warm to-morrow
XX. ?tern I'ennsvlvania and XX e?tern
N>w | - swera te-day and
continuad warm, mod
Seuth wind?, with ?quail?.
Humidity.
??a B) 92 1 p. m. - 72 *V P m . ?7
Om?*l?l obh?natl r_ Uken ?t Vnlted Stauet
weetbet bureau? ?t b p in. ye?:erday follow.
TSBBSSISt"" IVeat her.
Albsay . "" ??"_*,
Atlantic City . ?'?t' ' ???*,
Ii.,??. ?n . M ,.ou'ly
- n . ?? ?J0"^
. ;",'"-v
New Orlean? . H ' '??'
s- Le?is . M ^.'?r..
Washington . 7?
I o, al Official Record.?The following off!
cl?l re ord from th? Weither Bur??u ?how?
the .-hang?.'? in th? t?mp?r?turee for th? la*t
twentv-four hour?. In <-ornp?rl?on with the I r
re?pr?n'llns ?J?1' ?' last ye?r:
MU gSJ UM ?1?
8 ?. m. 88 U I p. m. *? ?S
8 ?. m. ?7 ?T., 9 p. tn. ?' *<
8? m. 7? 7?i 11 p. la.88 83
12 m. 7'? M 1. p. m. ** ?
4 p m. 76 71,
llightst temp?r?ture ye?terd?y. 1-4 degree?;
|owe?t 81; overage. 74: ?ver.ge 'or eorrespond
In? ?late la?! year. 74. average for corretpond
ing 'late Ust thirty-three ve?ri. 71
.'lou-ly ?nd worm, prob?blv
ri le ?lay ?nu iG-morrr,w . ligitt to
- ? ?outh wind?.
ARMY Ai NAW NOTES
McReynolds Holds Military Pro?
motions May Be by Selection.
[From Th? Tribun?- Ilureau.]
??Va.shinctnn. June ?
DECISION- IN' RAY CASE.-The Attor
Hay ?s?rierai Bubtnltted to the Frei ?dent
to-day an opinion of Kreat Interest to the
military establishment and whU-h may
r??voiutionlze the long ohberved system of
promotio'i. Attorney OtMMnl M <* Reynolds
In an opinfoa rendere?d In th?- now fSmoot
Has caaa, advlaaa the Pmldont that it is
within the province of the Chief Ex?--,
tue to make promotionis in the military
service by pelertlon. end that he need not
promote Major Hee. her & Kay. of the
nu-u-termast.r corps, to the rank of lieu?
tenant ? olonel. although Miijor Ray
Mantis at the head of the list of ma'
"pp...ntloa to the -woinotlen of Major
Luv liiriwf out of the fact that he is nl
leged to have ahown ur.ilu?* political activ
Ity daring the McKlnloy, Itooaoyolt and
Taft Presidential campaigns.
t Taft caused an offHal Inquiry
into Mn.ior Rav? racord, and It a
terminad i-y the military authorities thai
he had not laid hlmttll open to OOUTt?
? ,?i. Mr T.ift *ah?, of the opinion
*A-h1?*h 1s understood to bava boon BhOXOd
bjr Attorn?v (jeneral Wickersham that
a as without authority to
pass over Major Ray and appoint any
Junior major to the rank of Hani
colonel \..-.idiT-.Klv, Mr Taft Rent Mi I >i
R.iy's nomination as a lieutenant OolOnOl
to the Senate, hut it was not <*onflnn? d
lary Oarriaon, ?it tha Inatance of tha
PtrooMont, referred tha caaa to the Attor?
ney ?'eneral, with the result outlined
<'f eouno, the lirtja-l interest In this
opinion r?st> upon | | that there
has lontr been emphatic opposition to pro?
motion In the military establishment by
selection- ? tiOO Whtcb gTOWt out
of tha fear that political Ijiflo?
come to piny an undue part In sue!.
b I mron to tii<- ?\tent of 1er
military iiiHllflratinn?- and ?-redltnr?:?
i altnatlOB WhlCb It is believed
would pnrra rUaaatrooa to the spirit and
rmy and raw
Mr. MoReynoMa finds in the Constitu?
tion itself th.- authority for his opinion.
He ? d?-?luctioti from Its lan
OtnearB'' are Oi '
. of whom I
ipoctilcally di-lecates to some oftl.er
of th? than the I
dent and I ling w bleb BO I
la made ? .mers of th?j mili?
tary cstahU.-hment he tmds to be II
latter rJam, and he a t th?
nati"ti of ? 's solely ?n ti..
of the Preaidaat, oobjoct, of
? ?
Tii- ra that th?
I the poor?
'
. t 1
I
: the
? ? ?
ORDERS ISSUED -ThOM army un?l
navy oide .
ABM1
I en
SI . I 1 lineara,
nest . . ?
. ? ; ?ejnt.er 1. Fort L-a?
Captain William t- ? HI ELI
Barracks, aaal
-! a, to TiA?S v..!/, f?M
. ?. i |
. . .-:?'? >
'
FlI?! ??'
t artlller. ft ... t ..-.. .. o ;>? ??
Il?t ?
?o? ? . :, 1 a M 1
llcal con
?
BLCEMEL, - ' '.'??'
?nd Lieut?
: .-ntlie
dUND
9UCHANA aa 1
KATT
nant B C AU.EN t?* ?he Nava:
. . BRTAK, detacher? ma \>r
Lieut? nain (junior frade) J B. ?AK:.
?:? i I ? A
irai
Lieu-- '?'
rT, del mJ l '
. ?phltj
M I >?? I. a1 Ne?
. Naval HonpiiaJ. I...? Ai
BE! ? the MIS
? ;. Naval is * i? ?as
? M A I.EAliV, detactied Iho Arkan
asototanl super-ru I noval aaxil?.
- - ,\?.rfolk
Ar ?ta?? Paymaster ARTHUR Mil
'. th?
Deaver; ??Mia-aatie? f-iv.d. r??;?ri??ion
S'.epted
Psvmaater CleTk N R WAI'l".. appointed; th?
Itei
Pavmaeier <-*>rl< H. P TIHirNTiTl. epr-oln'ed.
the Milwaukee, the C1isrle?t?n and the
tar.'.oKit.
MARI1
Captain J. P T: '? MOf 2? r
n r M RIXET, .1? l.'Sfhe.-l tne ?II?
arr ban I
.?.i.i, Man
14, -,. * ' '.?..:...? I A
OREENE t" ?he marine > rf?,|k
I p M GARDNER '? ? ?
rra? ka, ?i tarai lai '
?
MOYBMSKTS OF WARSHIPS.-These,
monta of a-nrshlpn have been report
.-d to the Navy Iiopartmont:
ARRIVED
June TI--The Maryland, ?' KodlOb, Alaska
Jun? ?4-The Ai?-th'.i?a. ai Norfolk Yard; the
Si te?ana, at AMoria
?AIMED
June 22?The Maryland, fr*in Kodlak for ?"hlr
nk. Alaska _ .
June 24 The Nr.rth '.akota. frort* H?HI Tork
vard. fer New?<.rt. t.'ie Peiiy. from ban
ira?.
SUMMER RESORTS.
m:w jeksei.
hi.imak. n.j.
HOTEL COLUMBIA
BELMAR, N. J. New Mana-jement.
|.,i.-?t o.-?an front: Bailee with i
|,atl . runnlim water In ?very room. ?
llKhi. elevan.r?; R-rll. lieatra. sa?
lage ' rielec? pairor.n ge. ta?i,f. and aerv |r. ?f
liu-heat urdir, ?aj.irlty ;..*.'. E. L. JONE1
PROP_
AVOM-BV-THE-SEA.
THE NEW AVON INN
Avon by the Sea, N. J.
Dtiaalll M 'he f.. ?an, "."> mlnuiea from
New York. S?r\ lie of the hl?;he?t atandard
(ir^T.eatra dallv Hooklet. S. THOMAS
II NNAj^_,
MOI M ?I I \HANT.
Picturesque Point Pleasant
The ( ooleat !?i?ot on ?lie Vih.nil? Coaat. Aeod
f?r M.M.Ulei I
THE CHAMBEE ??I ? OMMERCE,
Point Pleasant, V J. _
gpfilN?. I-AKF. HEACH.
THE ALLAIRE77^'wa\ipmtm
Dlrettly on the h. M ??' ItARPilON.
KMAMSBUBO.
NEW POINT COMEOKT H'>T::I^ ?Rea.hnr?
?nd rounny. arr-rmn.od'.tea It?; aituated
.m th? beaeh. Fa??? $12 '?P. ?ran-.lt. $2 ftr. p, r
-en^ f?r \lVt b**J IM Keanhbura N._.I.
?kMPERfi 1- ??rr.f.irtHeaeh.out
df,-r (.pon? 1.0-S. ?Iris, everwrnnir fi-e ?7 |?r
Ireulars. Mr? B M ROBERTE "nia
barg, W. J? _ _
HIGHLAND*.
OT'F.r.VLAND HOUSE, dire-Uy on ?hore fror.t
Circular, H W. ?chneliJ?-r, Water Witch.
Hlchlands, N. ?>?
SUMMER RESORTS.
NEW JERsr.?.
ABBtTBT FAJOL
NEW MONTEREY
North Asbury Park. N. J.
instructed of Brick and Stone
NOW OPEN
Hot and cr?M *?*a xvatrr biths
Superior ctti White service
Lon?; Distance Telephone
?"ruler the man.'is,enient nf
FRANK F. SHUTE
SHERMAN O. DENNIS, Asr,*! Mot.
?
THE METROPOLITAN
OPEN ALL TMF; YEAR
Fq'i!pm?nt mod'rn Tib'? e\r-?l'ent. The
I??dine family hot?l tn ?very i?spe,t.
I - ?? ar d rat?.? upon t*
I RANCIS VARNALL, Mgr.
__Vi
ASBURY
y PARK
?W MCTtr ?Ott ?TJ HiGM^^^^?L
STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
r MORGAN <* PAP sons
THE LAFAYETTE
Now op.n. Ftrluslv? patron??? I.rue- num
| ber prl? ,r. i ,,?h.? Tiiblte ?bo? ? :. ?? d needl?
, bath? Waeh?-ior ?partmeata, R??alas ?w?t?r.
Whit? servir?_Booklet_?g. H. FROST.
FENIMORE
Now open Af-ommodatlon SSO Privat?
i or. I ?? ?1 S'OBEL?
,-OCEAN HOTEL-^
? Aabury Park, N J frnii? niitn??n-?nt ?in- ? i
I i<>77 xvi,h,, servlc? C?p-_lt R~ 1
>-'. I, ?VTKlNfl iNfl _/
NEW MAGNOLIA HOTEL
l?U' I.iurtti Xvenue, A.hurr I*?rk. \. J.
r
V Prep
4 / ' ? r || h'.r.k for 'J - -
V ? u'?l Infon ? ?'i. SOi Boar?!
___^_
A Kinga
?an t.iork. cap. iron J. R
I ' ; _
Tha ? ?.Hierin *"?n??-t \,r. - .- r frnm Klnii
me maoison . .1 K oodman i ? p ?
Dili ) I ? I Xlil NOON, rictly
_
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1: .1 temnej, c
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II -t and ? >ld ?a?er.
I HI ?.I I V XX?.Ill? '
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A1IXVIII I ITY
HOTEL DENNIS
? ? f?mo.|?
1 -.
vate )?th or ha .
\
X.U Xlr |...1er.
- rath or h?? ing tv-' .
, XX XI II It -I ?II /MX
L Mr 11.?1er.'- .?-.-? i . ti .
HOTEL MORTON
X III?,IM \ 111.. VHK Hill H.
\ 11 win mix s j
? n ? l a M e hutte? ?'?h
?
?
Hotel New England
,- ? .IBM)
I ? - '
rate? Book >?
-?arlftorongb- ?lenbc?m
PHILLIPS HOUSE;
? 1 1 ii
o? 1 w i,-tut r.
NORTH END HOTEL
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Send L Cents \
for 1
"The Call of Vermont"
[ttells all shout the splen?
did summer places in
i Vermont
I
? on
Lake Champlain
r and in the _
Green Mountains
It give? tvK? rate? at ??S hotel?
and boardiae p)?vr-e?, the ?HI- .
turie, the aatnbmr est p??p.?
; a -amrrif-dai<-d,'')*ta_cr from
?tatlon. ?tag?, ?leauier ?ad
electric connections, etc.
2 ?
E FlectrtcL!eht?ylSlenper?l*??e<ir?nd *
r ? enira! Terminal dally mt 7 45 p m . 3
? serving Vermont. th?> Creen Moon
? tain? and I_k? Charaplaln. arriving _
_ Montrra! 7.8? next morning.
Z : rnJ . . for illastralrJSumrmtr Vmee
t'.n ho-Jr i*,nt icmeklt mi.rmali.n
_ osant farm?, smarjlnf ?Uucan?kateh. *?
K? Address
?-7- Gen. Eait. Pa?. A rent, Rutland R. R
?*-- 1216 Broadway. N. Y.
RUTLAND
ate??"-.
THE GRAND VIEW
Os lake lw.mor.cen HYDEVILLE. VT.
Coaunsadlss unteterrupt<ad ?tea tel m ties;
broad, iBVltlnS pSUNBBS; ev.rv r'.-'m overlook?
th? UK?.. Mud) battens b?acai; ?s?sell?el fl?n
Ing. motor beet?, r>.? hu?t?, canoe?. rate?, $10
up. Illustrated booklet
_P^PR UNJF.R' Mansger
RHODE INLAND.
THIS M'MMEK <iO TO
BLOCK ISLAND
A SUMMER RESORT AT SEA
8?t Sauaday a Trteeae, or apply to Tribun?
11. p.at Information Hure.iu.
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
HI Ol K ISLAND, R. I.
Rli.MT ON DIE 0CSAN
Bxtesslva pt?iz?s. t'n?urp??M?d for it? fin?
Bathing Bo*ring. KUhlng. etc Or.?n? July 3d
.'.. commodat.? 400 ?-u-vt? Doom? with and
at b*th For Booklet? address
Ml HO LAS DAI.L HOTEL t OMl'ANT.
SUMMER RESORTS:
M \os\( ||( SKTT?.
Islands
in the
Ocean
The blue waters of the
Atlantic carry away your
cares and responsibilities, and
bring you rest, health and
contentment when you sum?
mer at
Marthas
Vineyard
and
Nantucket
From June to October the
climate is like September, with
cool, invigorating breezes from
the ocean, whichever way the
wind is.
The best of fishing, sailing, b^h
ing, tennis, golf and country sports.
Jint the place for children to
revel on the hard, white 6and,
splifh in the delightfully tempered
water, or run about the inland
moors.
Booklets descriptive of either of
these islands sent on request.
Address Vacation Rureau, Room
8.*?0 ?out h Station, Boston, Mass.
Fo/ !fkfU ^Jfet-.
and informa- N[?t?ll?j
tion call City ?l$unst?
Ticket Office, /'***?***r
171 Broadway, New York
IN thi: MOUNTAINS OF BERKSHIRE
Hotel Aspinwall
Lenox, MatMChUMttl
ALMON C. JUDD, IHANAOER.
. \- : HI IDEA] TOUR,
**.*!?*? '?'< bathreoma adil*-.! ?r. 1 r.-d-ror?"-'?.
throughout, ?t 's ara the f>n??t
?nt ?o Kear ]
heln? bul ],.?ur? \ la N V . s H a H.
1 il'. ?-?.I ? 'thin a beau? ' ? ' '
a.-r-a a? an a!?!' I !? tha
. ? I 1 '
i.*?. i a ? ? i aarrl r*
?Tie .lenlrat-l? I .-? I del
"kl-t
? ? ?-. aame Ma
Titr nniN \\ ?11 RBI in. (ovy,
The Maplewood
i .... ? btoaa
TO OPEN MAY 29th
Rent for ! P-..il M\p
ARTH1 H ?W I'M'MH.
M rile I'ltt.flel.l. Mi,?-. H.ard of Trade
' rkahlrea.
rontvi 11 vMA.
DELAWaVBE w v 1 fr.it ?,\r.
THE KITTATINNY
Dl 1 \?> Utl ? \ i' i< <? vr. rv
N^-a r. Under ?ti
? - r?? m?na????ar.' <f n?n?r Imj.p???1
r ? ??? - : ap -
? ? . i- ?.at? talh?. at?a-r. heut,
?? -'ilslne a feature 1 'at* ar.d srlll. ST"
' a- v eeaaon ra'e? Ilooklet
'.- m-:- City
THB M.-'NTM*. PAHADISB
WATER GAP HOUSE
. . ' . aware .'ater 'lap. l'a
I ut.'.y ?*ip?.
Mm N I 111? <>\o.
NEW SPRUCE CABIN INN |
en Mil
lion, n L a T '' vr J A_M r? I :
It PLEASANT HOUSE
Kt?rtta \\. ? A II M leerh. Ml I
Il.UHTP.ATFn BOOELET, ?rivir.g hotel?.
h' ?r.lins ho.i???. eeltaAee, rent. K. \V
y?rir?-ei Beorotar**, Ml i'wwio Asar., sit.
' Ta
M W * OllK.
Away from the beaten track.
Come to the Adirondacks. ^
TAKE
The Delaware & Hudson
?Beiewa? 1* a Brainatr raradtaa
p\ d^^ Bre?r.the Use t?-*al? air
Oft/ / air triturant ol pprocr- aad
/>..//// halaa/c Keek *e,?lin?oii
// ilW ,f yo<J YA\%\ or -at?renla?
LI? cornparu -or a r?>ir?hii
0" tion of both ?Hre tbeme
beanf.lftil mm 1 or a In* a r.baor? to real
joo- to loviKorate 700?to build yon
up Main
Hundre?*?, of places to atar?eher-ae?
to suit erery liMstlnaUam?all ?1?a
rrtr.ed rn d?-tnll In oot of the rnoft
practical tioobs a ?rar/u*a??T tourist
?oetld powlblT hare It in railed "A
S??nt**4j?T l'a radia?," Sand all ?-??cL?. po?
lare and a oopr win b? mailod te roa
A A. HifcAar? a. r a.. Afta???, s T.
n T ?Tltr Inf*rrna(ioo Unr?->u IVA B'?-*?rr
WESTPORT INN
Wmbauat mi i.i...
Thamiiliiln. N. V.
JUNE 21 TO.OCTOBER 1
S-'l "0 ta Week I p.
Itonklat II 11 SMITH
UUtChSr H0US6 Tarn. o? Hartem 4l*/t
PAWLINQ. N. Y. Jft p%J*%o?u\e?
nue lient, room? ?xlth private hath, elnRi* or *n
? '.t. . ?er\ Ire an?! rul.?lne unoX'-elled, golf, ten
n s. Aahlnf. hoa?lng, bowling; exceptionally!
good music; hookit-i un-i rtMu] map on reauaet,
LELA S D W Hl.WKINHMIP. manager
THE THOMPSON HOTEL
I.AKK M\IM?r\C. N. Y.
Pelert rnmllv hotel Suponer ar.-iimmorta
tlnim. Excellent cuisine Oolf, Tennla. etc.
Illviftraterl |,no|<|ei Emeiaon Clark, Prop.
I?>( I *?T COTTAGE, rratUrllle. flreene Co,
N Y. l.T'i'O f? ele\. Modern improvements;
liberal table. Booklet. J. R. MERWIN, Prop.
KA K ATOO A.
SARATOGA SPRINT,?.
I.et us find a hotel or boarding- pls??e for
you. Write for llterstiire and complet? in
formation Ad?lr*ss PttbtlettT ?ommliislon.
Room 31, The Aresd?. Paratofa Spring?, N. V.
SUMMER RESORTS.
NEW YOKR.
CATSKILL.
SUMMER RESORTS.
NEW YORK.
CATKKILX?
ilollSt*!. Guest?.
Chiirchlll Hall.800
IW i mere .ISO
?.rey roa rt Ina. 60
Kendall Place. BO
I ?.Id >|.rin_ Hoo??.... SO
The At? hin?o?. 68
Ingleslde . SO
Die Madison. BO
lliiniilti.il H..ii?e. SO
.Mmpson Terrace. Be
Umwniir) . ?5
Maple Ite?t . ?5
Terry Homestead. 85
( ednrhurat . 2S
Ivanhurat. 10
Lawrence Cottage. to
Craft turn. lino??.... ?0
I nr X lew Home. 20
The Hlllcre?t. 20
xinple Ave. Farm. ?0
Lowell Kann. t0
Hubhell Manor. 10
An ideal piar-e for ? m?">?t delightful an
beneficial change for a long or ?bort period
Beautiful Walk? ?ad Drive?. Tennl? Court?
Finest of Golf Cour??*?. Ba?ehall Ground?, ge
Indoor social life I? squally ?ttractlv?, n?
reflned amusement being larking. Spl?ndld
hotel? ?nd boarding house? afford every com?
fort at moderate rates. For a vacation auch
? ? vou base never enjoyed *>efor? coma to
beautiful
Furnished cottage? and ?Ite? for ?ale ?nd
rent by Dr. B. E. Churchill. W. H. McAlptn,
A. C Van Dyke. Full particular? of hotel?,
rottag??. Ac . at 1180 Broadway. New York.
Mis? J Wheeler. Rep., phone ?748?Madison.
The be?t place to ?peni retar ?ummer
vacation Is In the Historic, pic
tiire??,u? and Healthful
Catskill Mountains
The high altitude of thin great moun?
tain sanitarium. ranKing from 2,<?iT> to
4."00 feet above the pen, (g an Impor?
tant factor In the selection of a ?ummer
home.
In addition to the private, parka
there are over l.nno hotel? ?nd board?
ing hotj.ee? amid creen fields and tower
In.* traga in this eountrv of scenic
beauty and wild wood ?-harm, known
the world ever an a paradise for chil?
dren and a sanitarium for everybody.
THE LISTER & DELAWARE R. R.
reaches all points In this glorious coun?
try, and in connection with West ?Shore
R. R, operate the only through car
line, Including Pullman service, he
tweetl New York and th?; Catskill
Mountains.
Steamers of the Hudson River Pay
Line make direct ennner-tinn at K!ne*
ton F'olnt with aft?rnoon trains for all
points In the Mountain.??.
The annual illustrated hook with re?
vised map of the Catskill Mountain
?e tion, also map showing the great
Aehoken Reservoir, and containing cor?
rected list of hotel? and hoarding
houses, will he ?em free on receipt of
6 cents postage.
K. A. SI.M.S, General r.i/senger Agent,
Kingston. N. x.
GRAND HOTEL
Catskill Mountains.
gterattea ?.Rao f?et. Room? ?lr.c'y or
en ?tilt?, with private bsti.s gaWllie ?n?l
Cul?iti? tinexc-l!?-?]. E>- ?tor ?er
all floor?- Howling, Billiard?. T- r.-!\
Popular walk? i?:-. ! ?r'.v??. Book?
let. For term? addre?? the Grand Hotel
H!?hmount P. O., N T.
GRANT HOUSE
?Tefferkon Height?, i alsklll. N. T.
Entl^-lv redecorated and furnished. Prl
vate H,th -tut'?-? Finest T. - ?rv!?-?.
outdoor arr,-.???n?nt!i '.rr-h??tr?, r>an<
tag M??I!v sl'uar??d ?midst 3f. acres of
, t. I'rlvat? vegetable garden
? farm No malaria 1).-. Fev.r.
M-.squlto?? or Tuber?-i!<>st? p?tten?s. ?'?
irai 1*6 hour?
Central Terminal
Man?**er.
ROCKWOOD IN THE PINES
High ? aaseere: an ?mu?emejit?; ?i?o
:?..-' itookleL
v Cairo, N V_
lilt. M XX SHAD? ? LBN H?VSE.
lera in ev?rv r??;-- L ? omm?adin? ? r?
,?rr?,r.RK.' MATTHIAS T. A1F7.K'?ATE.
X_^
I ill XI? H IN SON.
KTAMF'.HI? IN-THK ''.V .'HKILLB.
N'W'lnr.f . '.'intry club, golf link? .'ottaga
I ??win X \t. hln???n.
THE HE?DELB?RG ovrilF.-HILI.
?? ?tt?r elsss; referenc??
trie? BeardJley C?Uklll. N.T.
?.Ill F.vXX OOD IAKF
i.lt*?M> MEW HOTFL
Oa east srni of Lwike Ppe. i?i r?t?? juae,
_ ..???? .- October_ Booklet_
V - Take Stesniar
leSlS ?? ! luvedo for ail landing? .'apt.
? n_
? ?.- "i? table. ?11
t? -t_
Finest location
, <e Rat??, $8 to 813 per week.
MAX ?UKk.
THE MURRAY HIUU HOTEU
HOTEL NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON
Tilt Ml HHAY HILL I? '.orated on Murray
> ? th? S*n of tl.? Thousand I?l?r.l?. 7' '?
?'-I midway between New YetU P'ate
?nada, ?nti I? ?umunded by the |
?? ft Is the eoo;??t. h??t
shaded and b?s* lor???d of ?It the ho)?l?
BS the Thou??nd I?land?. and I? ?qulpp'1
-.- ep ?o-.late convenience Make
? ???rvatlon? ?nrlv in or.W to ?ecur?
?-.?. Far booklet? and lr.forrru?.
tlea ?d
Hit. It. .1. I Hl KMOM). Manager,
, Kerrsf lele n. y
Sheldrake Springs
HEALTH RESORT
SHELDRAKE-ON-CAYUQA-LAKE
An Ideal r??ort ir.ld?t 27? acr?s Illustrated
: ?oklel 7- 1 SI a Morel Algonq-.ln.
_ J .1 RFIIJ.Y. M B ._ Prop.
Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
THOUSAND ISLAND HOUSE.
O G 'TvI'I.Es. Owner and Proprietor,
OPENS MONDAY, JLNE 15.
Mo.;?-rn appointment?, swimming pool, golf
tennis. fo?ting, fishing, and all outdoor
ii-.ii?emeiita For er,gagem?nt of room?
apply to
WILLIAM It. WIRBCRTOV.
Trlnce lietirge Hotel. 14 E. .'?th ??t.. New York.
LONG is. AM>.
oimdk ro
LONG 1SL
AVT) R?
SORTS
free at
ticket of
t^cna 178
B warAtb '
? ?e t'idr.
A roads A
isa w
12(>U Su.
N T.. or
?eat art re
cetpt ef 19
?***T1U P?*?I
age byirea j
Passearsr
Atea*.
Ko? m t71,
?>-n?.**tt..
Ne? Ter*
cur.
O*.r400\MU?t.f
iOdriTf.i. reeler
along th? c?a?t .
than la New York ,
City.
I? e I | gk t f a 1
pla<*?> to apead a.
?utlliu aa. o a g |
bit:rjwoo*j??t bill?
i??rl*?klsi
Hoaad aad be.?
?a the Nenia *
Shore: la ta????
tral farratag ?ec
tio?. or alaag th?
Oraat Seat* Bar
and AtU?ilo
Oreas.
?rer SOO re?
?arts t? ?Jseese
from with prices
t? lit SM T por k 4M.
book
ADIRONDACK?.
/
ADIRONDACKS
LAKE PLACID, N.Y.
Grand View Hotel
NOtT OPEX.
Bl?uat?d In ??rand View Parir, of 400
err???, overlorkir.?; Lake Placid and Mir?
ror I.ake me? ; .-*iir??'ue scenery In th?
mountains. mo.|.-rn; elovator; public and
private bath?, golf. t?nnts, boating, bath
Ing, baseball, fishing, dancing.
For Circular and Information address
M. I). ' en-oil. Iviixe Placid. N. T
STEVENS HOUSE
?Lake Placid, New York
LAB?,EST HOTEL AXI? riNEST VIEWS
IV THK AJDIKOXDA' K??
A be|e<-t und lOatrlcted Ke?nrt.
Oreatlr enlarged. I,ak* Placid ?>>lf Links
on r .'el groiin^'.a of 2,000 acre?. Onlv hot?,
commanding frontage and b'jSt houses on
Lake f'lacld. h!?o on Mirror lake.
Tennis, boating, .Ir'vir.g. rnotortng. Wall?
equipped tnri\^- ?"--nd for booklet.
BTEVEWi HOTEL IO.. ?Lake Placid, X. T.
ARMAGH LODGE
Brant Lake, V V.
F.PWAKI? O. EEJL?O, Prop.
Th- ?fer th!? ???son
sre better than eve-. F'leaaant rooms. be?t
heil?, shaly lawns, pur? ?print water, s .
f.-rms of emusement. Speclsl stten'ion to
auto partlee. mod gara*?-). Terms. $l?\'i0 t?
i.2.01. p?r ?reek; $-'-'? per day. Witte for
t ?.ok.eta.
MORRISONS & C0TT??G?S
< 'H AT KAI OAV LAKE?. RALPH.
ritnton Co., N Y ?All amusements, caf??,
fine flehlng. boating, dancing rapsclt?* 175.
14 miles ?vat. re.??. $u te $2'\
-H II ?.K*. * qriXM. Props._
I CIDIMlp Model Hsalth-Fleaeure Resort.
OAnArtAw ..mfort?. Amuaementa.
i ai/r ai w **" ''""? '* ?' n- 1'!n" * Corbett.
LAIVt N. T. Th* Berkeley. Walter ???gendort
_P hoiirs_f*-m Kew York.
*rVEST( K?TK.R COI NTT.
THE REAL COUNTRY
THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
VALHAM.A. WEST?'HESTER ?"O.. N. T
St.**, seaaon. M minutes of 42d 8t_ on Hsr
lem R. R . rapacity 200, 70 acre?, park and
lawns ; 600 feet eieratmn; 10 minute? from
elation. rna-irj?????-*, f>r health and plr?
i t- ?qua surrour.'llr.B.s. Own dajry ant ?????
t?Me gn-d?*- Muele Par-elng, Tennis. E?
chre. rt?hlng. Rate? Si) and up Phon?
11?*,". White Plaire. Booklet. 6FE07.AL.
RATE? OVER THK 4TH
ArVERTienMENTi AND BiTBS'rTrXrPTIOKS
for The Tribune received at the t*pt?"***n
Office, Na. 13?>4 Rmadway, between 3<*th and
87th sts . until 0 o'clo'k p. m. Adv?artlae
n er.ts reoelved at the following branch offloe?
at the regular rates until S o'clock p. m., via.:
2?4 Sth ave., a e fr. 23d st.; 18? ?th a**e.,
cor. 12th st.. 104 Etaat 14?h st ; 187 West 42d
at., between 7th and ?th aves.. 9&$ Weet 123th
at.. KW 3d av?. ; 1708 lit av?, near ftHh st.
For Health and Pleasure
1
THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE'S
INFORMATION BUREAU
Will supply without charge
full information regarding any Summer Resort or Sanitarium
Booklets will be mailed upon the receipt of 6c. to cover cost of postage.
Use the Coupon
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Resort Information Bureau
Room 320, 154 Nassau Street, New York City
THE TRIBUNE RESORT BUREAU,
Tribune Building, New York City.
I wish to visit.
(State plao? or klod -at ?Wao-?)
Travel by.I^gth ?of -risix. ?...
([Ail me water.)
Recreations desired .
?Boating, flahlng. tea-ata ???-aatato oMmbtac. etm.)
Other information wished.~-.T-..,,.,,a lX
Street and No.??.* mm n?_
City and Sute.mm
Coupons left at the Uptown Office, 1,364 Broadwsy, between 36th and
37th streets, will be forwarded to Main Office without expense.

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