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EUROPEAN HOTELS. RESORTS AND SHOPS
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS. EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS.
LONDON SHOPS. LONDON SHOPS.
Household Linens
the Worlds Best Qualities and
Best Values ?always obtainable at
Peter Robinsons
OXFORD ST. & REGENT ST. LONDON
J
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1 HARRY CURTICE, I
? 15 Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London, W. 0
x - , x
American Ladles visiting London are Invited to view Curtice e
Original Designs in SPORTING and MOTORING Garments.
x Tailor-Made Costume* a Speciality. X
X "?***"**~mmmmmm????????????.?~????_____ ?%
X The Latest Models o? the Leading French Houses always on view >i
\_ PRICES FROM ?50. X
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?" Woolland Bito?:]
DISTINCTIVE & FASHIONABLE ATTIRE for LADIES ;
Fashion Displays are htld In our Salons weak by wesk throughout tha Ssason. 4
whan a Magnificent Assortment at tha most Delightful Creations may be seen. '
These displays will be found ot extreme interest to every Critical Lady of Fashion. \
Erf?llte I'ndrrclotkfrg for the Prevailing Mod's. Specialists in Juvenile Outfitting. !
95, 97, 99,101,103,105,107, KNIGHTSBRIDGE, LONDON, S.W. j
RARE ANTIQUE
FURNITURE
Visitors OS London s re invited to
inspect the splendid Exhib?tioa an view
in the Galleries ci
MAPLE & CO LTD
TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD
LONDON
HE1NZE GIVES NAMES
IN CHARGING FRAUD
Files Bill of Particulars in
Suit Against Him for
S 1,500,000.
LOSSES BY MERCANTILE
NATIONAL ALLEGED
List of These Set Out to Show
That Stock Sale to Him
Lacked Good Faith.
r I | ? - liante smpllfl d i.
*w*r to the suit brought against him by
Katrin (.nui.j. WllUam Nelson Croa
*,n-i Mehard Toting to recover W,W
bv filme ? | . of particulars In the 8n
prana Court yesterday, es re i i, '???! ;
?th?? plaint ? has answered ti;o
??ult au:? filing S < O i ter Claim
far MJH.?Mg, alleging thai he ".?s raduead
tr.. .u ? ? to buy 7,900
?hare? of sto intlle N ?
ilorial Bank, ?? eras
thronten ? ? i /, m
the late Miles M. <? ? ageats foi
<;r?'.:l?l an i ti ?? oth? : i lalntlffa.
HtMnze said m lin unMv?-r thai the I '
flus of ii atlls National Bank
?an me' ? c ? light
the etock. und In his bill ?r?f ?
) a toe? lato details tu prove that the
./ilesed surplus "f $t ?-...?--j of the
VHS ma'!?? in .-i part ?~?f doubtl
collectible ? operty <>f d. -
i% r?-ciat*-4? ?. .? ; ?. bo t1 ..x batwaea UM and
' ? ? tha i waa red .??? ?! ? i
the books of the ? .??????.'
He mentions among the Item? of al
Send for Free Copy of
Select Suburban
Home Booklet
Issued by the New Yorlc
Evcnms; Post for the benefit
o? the Home Seeker, show?
ing details and illustrations
of choice homes and tfvir
?urreunciinrs
lorwarded upon receipt of
a two cent ''amo to rover
pottage.
Address
Real Estate Department
20 Ve*ey Street, New York
Place? lor Sah and I or
?<Tit worthy of your atten?
tion ? the Kcal t?tate ad?
vertisement? in the New
Iff! Kvcning Post every
??turday
PENBERTHY'S Gloves and Hose
FINE AND SOFT KIDS AND SUEDE
WELL CUT FROM PICKED SKINS.
388-90-2, Oxford Street, London.
e?S?Tm? ? .. L? J
PARIS SHOPS.
SPAULDING & CO.,
DIAMONDS?JEWELRY
WATCHES?SILVERWARE?ETC.
^t) Avenue de 1'Opera, Paris,
Michigan Ave. and Van Buren St. .Chicago
Sole representative in Paris of the Gorham
Company of NEW YORK.
leisd doubtful property found on the
books of th? Lank, i.ti.-r man loan? to
'. R 'I h ?? .... latSI ?ml loans
M W, If4trss aid 1.1s ( ori'orations.
I I ''S. repressDtiitf acarante w.th the
Etooadwa? National Bank, the ?Seventh
Naiional Hank and the Mercantile Na
tlOtuU Hunk. Th? allege?! hbs;o? aates of
R Thomas i.i.i S04M oi ths rompantes
m which Morsa WM Interststed are get
forth, with looses s ?stained by the Mer
'.:n- National Hank amounting to $1.
(00,008 t rough loan transactions *v,ith
thein as follows: .lohn F, ?'iirroll, JW.4:;,
Orlando r Thomas, m,IW; B. R. Thomas.
197,1 . John J. Coyle, H00,000; American
!<?* I'.nni'any, V.'?7,.VXi, ('liarles T. Barney.
?XHOtS; CoissoUdat?sd Asisosss ?maltinaj
Company, HM00; Oaorgs W. Wilder, M'X>,
?? JOMpb D. CUlTOH, IM.SSS; Kiss, DtXBIT
a. Carro ! Hors? Company, tioo.tM; sjeor??
a Fernald & Co., $.:i<>."w; Eastsra steam
?b .? Company, 80,000; Prlmroas & Brown,
1200,000, i i Robert M?cClay & Co.. s;7<*,:,ss.
The face valu? of I tolnf loans
amounts t?i ?,164,6?,
Hei, ... ?;: . th? ? 0 an uea from
>3ould and il- sxassoclatea it. January, is-1?.
The Itemi lust mentioned ha says, were
written off the hooks of th? tfercssntll?
??nal Bank s ibeequent to that period,
and ho is Informed end believes "thai
most of s.mi loan? wer? contracted prior
i to January I v."'. and appear to have
? ; i'a.d. ?whereas ? ? ?ere not paid,
'? but were ' ed by the neu oblige*
tions contiacted by persona und corpora
' tions heretofore mentioned." Ths ds
fendant refer.? also to "oM.ei hu.I papei '
and pives the amount.
Heins? paid for ttie stock in cash and
* ? , share th? total :
j 130,000 Of this the copper man paid
| ? i.i'n upon deltvei jr ano ?
1 ??? the belatK e. on win. h a
gl ?
BATHING WATER
TO BE PURIFIED
Health Board Will Adopt
Rule for Both Private
and City Baths.
The Hoard of Health v.r.i adopt al
. ?tions lor
bathing In th? svats i ad .???? nt to this
city which are ?xpected I i solv? a prob?
lem which ha? ion** perplexed the hi
authorities?.
it will then bs up ta the i Ity and the
: ta b ith om non wh< ? ??<
tabltshments v. i :.,. maintained.
W I I <; - i? H.-i. Healtb Commis
' : ? expert
? ?? tsoard si ? ?
Departaaenl or ii ? . ,
rules which v.. dd i
: loerd of HeaJtta end ? lopted Tusa*
??.i i They ? ? ' its that ? hers
rlvei sratei Is used H mus? Its purtnod,
.ally or Ol ore
r-agrulatlons,'' ?-.. ,i the ?with
Commission, "will sppl) i?> the city
to Um psivaie
Is oui of th< foi bath
iisK t?? contls ? ' arag? pssHutsnl
wat? i -. I H Ink ti ? .it . will tak.- ?
tion to ?oiif'iirn to it.. rafula?oMk"
Horn?' of Pi? ?. ?? ; ..' ?.;.thiiiK estab
havs ?rapio: ? ?I s.inltiu ans to
?:? i ?-, plans they COUld s'il, mil to th?*
hi a!M: i,V ? I ? i . ,,??..,.
*' ttt ? m and tiie
? oni 'i isctloss et ? utrattofl plant, the
whole I., (., t j,...
it m not espied that th? bathing
n win i? ii,t.-i f? r.-.i ... .u,. The
H< i Ik ' i-stnmlss Ions r has lei no delaj
aith bis bs ? bs
the? up ..'.i
?f In Th< Trlb Bath owns
III tl ? ,: . -, I, tu,,. ),., , | . ..,, J(.,,i, |t H
t.? ai lag and ? af? reno? th ths tiot
njKh re id. m has. ?... i, i. i*j
FOREIGN RESORTS. FOREIGN RESORTS. FOREIGN RESORTS.
Switzerland for Health & Pleasure
S?M?RIT2
WITH ITS WORLD-FAMOUS MINERAL SPRINGS.
The Highest and Most Fascinating Resort in Switzerland
6,000 Feet Above The Sea. SEASON: JUNE I TO SEPTEMBER.
The Exhilarating Alpine Air and Sunshine
of ST. MORITZ, renew health and vigor.
The Grand Hotel St. Moritz
THE HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE ALPS
Opened in 1005. with latest improvements, 300 rooms. Private Suites with Bath and Dressing rooms. Thorough
quiet secured by double passages. Grand Society Lounge with most beautiful views on the Lake and Mountains.
Most modern Sanitary and Ventilating Arrangements. Vacuum Cleaner. Lift to all floors.
DAILY CONCERTS BY THE MILAN ORCHESTRA. TENNIS.
GOLF. CROQUET, TROUT FISHING, BOATING ON THE LAKE.
GREAT VARIETY QF DELIGHTFUL EXCURSIONS.
ENGADINE EXPRESS TRAIN-Calais-Paris-St. Moritz.
Illustrated Booklet and tariff from Room MS, I Wesl 4Mb Slrrrt, \?tt York ; Me* t fr#m the Betel| and
(in l.nglnnd? fron, l.ould A l'orint?,,?. lid., H, N*w 4>vford Street, I ondon.
LONDON HOTELS.
FIE CARITO
Hotel. Restaurant
and Grill Rooi
LONDON.
HOTELS IN SCOTLAND.
HOTELS IN SCOTLAND
?,l ?MOW?- ST. BNOCH IIOTKI.
?I .ir Western llicl.Isr
AVK?STATION IIOTKI.
?Tor lltirok < ottace?Itlrthplii
in mfries?station hotki.
. l'or ll'irn- Mausoleum, c
TIRNBElim?STAIION IIOTKI.
(Tor ?Tiisl?!?. Golf?
SIGNS MEASURE TO
CURB SKYSCRAPER
Mitchel, Doubting Cons,
tutionality of Bill,
Seeks Test.
MAY INFRINGE ON
PROPERTY RIGHT
Market Plan Disapproved ?Mi
Call Attacks Mayor Over
Tube Building Veto.
Mayor Mitchel signed the height?
buildings bill yMterday, explaining lb
while he had doubts of its OOMUtUtlOM
lty h?? ?ras in favor of the rasa surs ai
(ventad a tern ,a??e made "f it in h
< oiirts.
The bill divide.?, lbs City into ?.ones f'
the leK'Jlatloti of the belt ht and chara
ter of new buUdtnga President M?
An--ii. . who was chairman of tho Kpe.i;
committee of the Board >?i Estimai
which aided in diaftins ths "ill. >-;?>l 1
uni confident tin? law >\hn ' i mtitutiona
The particular clause in the bill whli
the Mayor believes is uinionattiution.
i?-.i.ls; "The Board of Kstmiate may ret
ulate and restrict the location of trad?
and Industries "nd the location of tiullil
lugs designed for special purposes " Hon
laaryars have declared that tins misht fa
construed "s conna?satloii ?>f proper!
rights.
The Mayoi dlaapproTed ol I ie Mil es
tabltebtag h department of markets an
m?kln? It mandatory upon the rity t
maintain at least one terminal market li
eat ii borough,
"1 disapprove this bill with ths great?
relu t.nice," saiil the -Major in a memo
randum. "Thors Is Kie.it merit in the s?.
lution it prspoaSS for a settlement of tin
market problems ui.d the iimssnusm i?
ductlon <>f the unni taaoarlly high cost o
food, in the hasts with which the Una
draft of the Mil ?mis pi?pyi??d Buflclsni
ere tc Insure lbs msertlon ?f ttie per?
?? feature was eci taken, and i an
???. by tiio Corporation Counsel tha;
a- drawn there Is irouad for b?-ii*r thai
.its would construe the measure a*.
mandatoi > ? "
Mr. Mitchel in bis memorand in out?
linos lbs mandatoi ?? features ?if the Mil,
that ' i.- MU ?liait? 11 .a Albaaj ms ??
? rapaatlng them whan the matter is
B presented i" the Legislatura
Ammii; other Mils aigne.1 by the Ifayoi
was one u?\iriK the lire C?nmmissloMi
to entend the Jurisdiction ?>f the
Previ Btloa um < su ov? r fs l
and t" make fire drills compulsory.
Chairman m? ? .? i of lbe PuMk s
Com misal on ??-sued g itstsiiisat attacklna
Mayor yeatarday for bis \etoin? o?
the bill giving the rOWmlaslSBJ the right
t?, build any sections of the subway tha?
Work had i ? seed .m bei ?use of the in?
ability <?f the contractor to do It, be
cause "f bankruptcy or other raaaoa
Ths bill would also permit the connu: ?
sion to award contracts amounting to not
More than tSjnt without publl?: letting.
? Ma)or Mltchefs r< to win tc
; !o.i,-ir.i; 1?. the ?'.uiti.i lore' Association, '
sil Mi i 'all "sjo fur *.- i know, tue
? ml OPpoMtlOn to the lull, cither in Al
han* 01 before lbs Mayor, was by ., rap*
reaeatatlve ?>f thai asaocMUoo, v>im d
II?,un? e?l the bill bOCaUSS it provided f0i
'muni? 'i"?i con ti u. Uon.' "
i ? Mai s .? i Im \. toad the MM afl r
iltlng ?Mil? Controller Prrndnnsii
and i'i ? : i?i? ni M. Aim n ?. He saM from Iti
language H muht i>. poealMe foi the
Public Hervice i 'omml ion to .??.mi ,-U|,
tracts without the ?tonai nt -?f ibe Board
?.f fiel,mate ?
s i*s*t*smm*o0^mo***rm-+Smm?s0sTmmPe
I
?^MMSks^^aai
Berlin .?* Hamburg
ESPLANADES
*
Two of tha Mont Magnificent Hotel? In Europe
With mil Lotomt Comfort mrt? Luxury.
350 Apartments and Rooms with 20 Private Bathi.
?lustr.ti? loo? ?t free from IRTERIATIONAL SLEEPING CAR CO. 281, Sih Avenue, lew York
a_IM?w^?sm\wsPss09snMutmmm*0^mmo0t0n?+M*bmmmmmmmmbMmmO*snnsi*mOummboo^meboo
BAD-NAUHEIM
IN THE TAUNUS, GERMANY.
40 mlautss' drlss from rrankfsrt s U. Stasoa : April 14
? Ootobtr 16.
D-lnklai Curs sni Baibs to bs hid ths ?bole ?/ear raaal.
1913 : ? j Phjil-lans la ths plict, 35,000 fisitors, 480,000
baths fivsn.
Unequslloii for Diseases of the Heart,
R * inii'i-r,, Best, Spinal and ?srfS4N Diseases, Female
Ailments, Scrofula.
For Illustrated Guides apply to
"?"QsSSissfliilSsstsi Isrkssa, Sot Wasbsl?n." or Tribune
la' ? ...* .in Bureau, Tribune din; N.T.
THE KAISERHOF
Bad-Nauheim
Is the distinctively quiet home of prominent American
visitors to Nauheim. The KAISERHOF is the only
Nauheim Grand Hotel directly opposite the Kur-Bath
Houses, and located in a private park. Practically
rebuilt, and furnished at great cost with the instal*
iation of 50 private baths and toilette with hot and
told running water in the bedrooms, the world?
wide reputation of the Kaiserhof for perfect service
and cuisine will be maintained. Orchestra for Soloists.
NOTICE: No Hotel la Bad-Nauheim has the privilege of giving Gouv' THER?
MAL SPRING BATHS; these can be had only in the KUR-BATH HOUSES.
Grand Hotel
KAISERHOF.
Prop" B. H. Haberland.
rcaulxim
The
Metrossole
M \\ LEADING HOTEL S. latourlte
l>?'.il of ISIsl lii^tii-liril \mori. uns. Pli?
?mi? lint lit nom?. & running rohl a n.irm
?.ilrr In bedroom?. It.ioni * lull Hoard
from $:i. proprietor. M. 1.1:lilt.
Very First-Class
in every Respect
GENEVA: GRAND HOTEL MIX
Lucerne. S!iiy___
FIRST CLASS. Duat-free and Quiet. SPECIAL
DIET KITCHEN. All American Hotel Comforts.
American Plan ?2.50 upwards.
FIRE GONG SCARES GIRLS
Strikes Without Previous No?
tice and Panic Follows.
Accustomed to going through tbeii I ?
drills 01 " ? !''? ' ?>..' : nlng bs I been g ?
the amatoyea or the 11. & W. Compas
which is o? ut' ins; temporar] Quartars ai
Sfl m i ki ? si Newark, h.,.u,ie panic?
strl ken ireatarday when ths some was
struck without proviaus Sjotlca. gaverai
??ris faintad end a phyMetan srho ees
Summoned had hi* hands full for a time
The liaiipanj ?had a BrS about a month
BgO Sinne ihen the girls lave boon
trait.'d regularly in the fire drill. Italians
loyed by a Shoo firm on the floor
above the ii ?v w oeeeote's temporal
quarters were Mnmpsdsd ? lerday by
the rush. Tag Kills. SThon about I ?
quieted, yiekled again to fenr when the\
?aw th.- pandaky Itallaas rushing dawn
the t,.?- escapea
Day Nursery Conferences.
'i he irai t?-nt canfaraaca since ittl -
of th't National Kein ..ti?m of I'.iy Nur
Bsrles s di b<- lu??! to -morrow and Thora
u.? . H.i.i? W. Thill Man, of the child
welfare department ?>f the New Vote
s- t.ool o: Philantbrop* Mis. P/llUam Kin
?t? m, president oi the timanuel Bister?
hood end of th.- Widowed Mothers' I'uiid.
and Rabbi Bolomoti M 1er, of Newark,
will nddreea the evening Beselon to-n"i
run at s o'? lo. k in the sssenibh hall of
tlif .Metro,,..tit..n I.?f Building. Two ses?
sion? will be held on Thuradaj at gharry's,
beginning lit 1" II Ii. in.
Catholic Service for Police.
The annual t'allioh?' poll * ter\ i, e foi
the memben of the department of Brook
hu und Queens win be baM .< i o'clock
?o Hunda) afternoon In ;-t Joheph's
Church, i'.o "i' st., n'.?r Vauderblll a??*.
Brookl '? Tb?? Rev. .lohn Uortnan 4\?H
prea? h ,b<- ?.?-ruin,? <'li.i|ili?ln U'illmm T
M.'lulil will ?lellver i.n ?xMir ?
FRANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND.
Grand Hotel
PARIS
Bauiavtrd des Capueinaa and Placa da
('?Opera. 1,000 Rooma with Private
?Whs. Tariff ao Aj*?__ti?a.
PARIS ,*"au'rite Amencai Home
_ HOTEL CHATHAM.
PARIS
r HOTEL DE LILLE ET d'ALBION
223 i: ?? - H ?? ? . Pia a V?nds*ssna
? | ? ? -
bom* comfort l_rg<s hall. !<? t.?..:r.ini. lun.i. ?
S la i arta,
rilecrama. LILLALBION, PARIS H'tirt
?.badli. Props letor
PARIS
Hotels ST. JAMES
ET D'ALBANV
IS.r.nd Ior:ition. Opposite tiislierles
S.nr.lrn. :;???) Idiom?. IU?I ll.tltirooiii?.
Idiom from I fr?. ; ulth I Itrsl?. 10
fr? liimls. 1 fr?. Dinner, i. fr?. ut
separate tnble?. Pension from fr?. MM.
IfJ?fJ?JM I "'nu?* Position, ?.rente?!
IA VIO DMNd , ,.m(orti ,{??|Knolt. Pro;,
Hotel SPLE NOID- EXCELSIOR
A
BRUSSELS..^
GRAND HOTEL
It,."in, Anierl. un II.u
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
B
Hot and ( old Unter.
I.atrsl Insprot emenls.
ADEN BADEN ^^^
Hotel Messmer
FOREIGN RESORTS._|_ FOREIGN RESORTS
GERMANY'S EXCLUSIVE AMO IE A OING HOTELS
BERLIN HAMBURG
THE ATLANTIC-KAISERHOF The ATLAHTIC-PFORDTt
_THE CHOICE OF CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR.
j1!?-.8111-,!?!* of Sflrvlc> -*lw?y milntalned at these un?mlVolelT
SAME MANAGEMENT. SAME ATTENTION SAME~ tXCETusaT
"KAISERHOf SB4 " ATLANTIC" Booklets. ? ?til a, sha - KAISESHOF ?Kprss- " S
tat. Slstpiac Car Co. Deriansl Trass! Ssrucs , 281. Fitlb las , Ss? York ana S v IMS, _
^_____^_?____________________________________________ ~ ****** ***?? liIS JO? Ofl;^ | v
7/se Most Fashionable
and RESTAURANT
IS THE CONTINENTAL
/As? /?orne of monv DISTINGUISHED AM
KARLSBAD, J3I3:
' Munkipalu
CURES: Stomai.li <snj intestine J i - c i - c
em mm y
PESOVA?ED
I he home of many DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS uhen ,n Pari!
F
CARLSBAD
IMPERIAL HOTEL
The I.ending and Most I ;ishional.le Holel of I ;ir'?l.a<j
n^okiei? (rosa ri:t.ur.c Inion ? B
RRNZENSBftD .Hotel Hopp Honigsvilla
Apartments with bath 3nd toilet. Hot-Wusr luaun?. Vacuum llcar.e:.
In lar?e park close to Cur. All up-to-.lats? comforts. Auto-oaraf^.
I he finert Seaside ^~k &~* "^ g" Bkl j^s lieljiumi ,S huurs
Resort on the North Sea *____** ?\J ? ?^ t_xi l_F ,"n: I ondon or Paris
HOTELS ON THE JS?ID_\ IPXIONT
Hotel de la Plage H* Continental . . . Ill Feds
And Keslauraut De Luxe " ;Ple!,d'? v ? ? ? ? JJJ '
Entirely Rebuilt & Refurnished VLemW t KM 5ltC , IM
400 Beds-Rooms From $1.2(1 j With Pension $:i to $5 per dov
ALL BAVE PRIVAT?. BATHS ?4s BALCON
I
NTERUKES
HOTEL RE6I?.A ??NGFRA?5LICK
Visited by the Queen of England
First Class Residential and Transient Hotel. Berated pusiiiim. Sttpsn
\iew of Jungirau. etc. Immense private park, tiaragc Tctjh I 'liim- ?pom
T. MORITZ: HOTEL du LAG
Engadinc, Switzerland
T_\est Vostticn?First.class-400 "Beds
'Pri-date Apartments With "Baths.
Manager : B. B. DIETHEIM; usll knoun to American j ?/.' ? ?
ILDUNGEN - Go HOTEL F?KSTEHHOF
(Germany) --MAGNIFICENT TERRACE RESTAURA.* i*
Famill?. Cure t?t Eminent American Patrons. Entirely Kassssft
. ?.1. ? , The Neweat, Largest and Firseat. 200 Apast-enU
Kidney and Bladder Trcubles. Bn? Roomt. so Thermal ? d Privets Baths.
^Vr^HQTEl ANGLETERRE
Broncf-ttis, Etc.-l.nr_e ?ardciiv It si o m s v ilh pm.it: ha Hi room?
I> ADEN-BADEN, HOTEL KEGINA
ars^-ss mSsss. ass ?s?imvss. ?ss*ss
tama, and Town. J. LIPFERT. Prop. ________________
EMS
D
ILSBADLN: HOTLL KAISfcRHOF
FIRS1 CLASS THROUOHOUT. IN ELEVATED ?POSmON IN
OWN LARCiL PARK. 40NLW PRIVATL ?BATHROOMS.
1/ICHY-Leading FinesS Hotels:
? DU PAKC. MAJESTIC, CARLTON. & THERMAL
ENO?-HOTELS
DDICTf?l I I!" ^ ('"il *i al ??d liiviri??.!? Matai
DnlalUL I ??,?... i ?r?t < ijss. i,ir|)h..n- ?-? i teem.
C?Vf?Y ' I irvl S II??. ?>|.|.?.?SS.. >*tati..n unil T...I .?,._,?,,,?,
oAVUT , |.,rl> luaovated. Rayai ratraassa-e. , , i ,i .
I nuriDCC nu?" Hi'ii-l assjas__e *>.s>?>>. ''"V
LUNUntb N,.,r ,,.,?,., 1iutii..I?i.sihI. S lii|.i,i>- "t ?.. ?????> ??.-J '"""
?r S.nrili;*. Inleni il_
Hot-jl
HOTEL V -fLf IS I W Et? Royal Daniel?
Ever/ American comfort aud luxury. Eicated on tts Oiand tv.nal. the rie*
from balconiea and terracea la niarval.oua.
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
nPCnCII' ? r"* wl,h *******
fltvllun '??"" ?5d '->ll<'lla
HOTEL BELLEVIE
?Uiitlnfulstied Ilouae of sM repnlatlon. I ?ilqn?
position. R. HOXNgFEl^? '???n M*"?*'
DRESDEN ibU Hotel
THE CONTINENTAL
FRANKFURT ? ?,3X1 ;',',;; :2S2:
HTL. MONOPOL-METROPOLE
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