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n 0ntr*lned pen It 1?? also a. ren-mrk ? ,,* -<vork. worthy of cons'd Ctall . r ?wl?wi? In l ?m? timo afro. ;UP1D AND THE COWBOY. . THV* - p. n.?iv fWt ??iitlon. lntn ? ere ?< - ** ? ? 11 t get 1t i the good**, c*? p ? ? a ? ? Ol th??m In ? ? *..??? ? t ? ti ? I ***, claim s on? of th? II? ? .. hr- careful gh 1'ram-ford's r own. Bnt s ????-? rnore outsider? f?T, ?. * ell Is'the book'.?? It Is fro? ? and <? horlions of _ THE GAME OF LIFE. __, i l?n C. ]te-h?rti sSx? ? n A t o Ttti Is en ey ? MUM, ?nd ?t ?b?tame tXaxa an exceptionally -sensitive mmtr si " the undletlngulehed nT tTtMe~-a rare'.y ab'.e piece of work who? CjUt?Itj? or.?* rr.u.?*t still describe. 'or leek of a Jante* scord better flttln-?* tSM ?c.'.'.evemer.ts of the? modern ?lonan. a* meecnllne. On? claasn* Mas C Roberta with th? Qllbert j-j-an of "AXrcm? th? Corner," vrttn -.-<- ? ??'??-ays, that ?-.he Is optl C that to her llf? 1? -?-oi-th-livinf Um rrtk?? of Ita expert en o es, re?-ard mt of the reward. Th? here? is th? KB of ft British prorlnoial -hopkeepor. mA of a farmer's daughter who ??ej? ' - ?hir.t?s for h'm, of the <AW ( - ? *h. The limitations of ? merit fon- a com ?hr. ? ntlst*****, hut ever, so, as ? i . ? f-, h? v.-:.l have ? ie"?L. P. B. Th mother la one of the finest characteYl In t: with her lifelong s>**lf .1?? n*:,i for the sak? of the few hundre? ? ve her boy the do d Ft a rt In h'*" career, a alien t, onps i ?at A? f-i'i tho son. he dr1**t<? through life, afioi lit? brief ie\.?tt nil.l .lovire t*.?r ",-1 .*!??? hand"; ho is of th? many who art w < aker thon i gftei while do 11 ? dream ?if revolt, lie marries, and is divorced when h ( i ? opportunity of self - \ ho is < ih? r-iiet contentment which i? link with th? next grfiert tt?-n brings. it 1s ensi.-r to praise the i?.?nk than to analyse it. The chsracters ?ire ,ni detail and .. ? ? ? ? bly In or handles en and atmosphere with con ?ruminate - \ ?Free Hand" de M.: of those who tak* . as an art. At the sainn time it is worth while merely as a sti ry PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT. THE MARRIAGE OF CKC1IJA. By Mai ?.- I.eesori limo., ??*.? W?. u The mstrlaf? in name only has been considerably o\ < rworked of late in Ac? tion for th* sake of feministic argu? ment ar.d d?monstration, and has gen? io le convincing, it is d'fTrrent in the case of Celia Her? there is n aound, perfectly understand ahi.? reason, ingeniously broughl about by th? author, why her heroine an?! the man she has Juat married ahould part on emerging from the London registry office, fella is perhaps an old-fash loned woman, hut her romance is all the more readable for that. The plol "hang! together" from first to last; and the characters are sufficiently oui to give its development additional In? terest. Most of all. the author herself seems to be convinced that it all really happened, wherefore the reader easily falla Into a receptive mood. It may b? added that in the wooing whtch comes some years later the roles are re? ? but beyond that the unfolding of the story must he lr't for the reader's en? joyment A pleasant tale, gently senti? mental and gently appealing through? out. CURRENT TALK ABOUT BOOKS AND AUTHORS A Posthumous Volume of New York Stories by Thomas A. Janvier?Hannibal's Passage of the Alps? Historic Families of Europe. A. Janvier knew and loved ' - nook? and corners of New ?*rt, and preserved their now often, .??n^ss and charm in V posthumous book from hfl ret- ? Wit? and fruitful topic of his. is -' re ertatn of a ?welcome. It? "rig: "At the Casa fc(ttleo:i." The book, wh? Met th?.?. week by Harper & Pros.. *b st ? s modeat hosti?-'ry kept by ttfune. a French woman, and her krtcan h .sband. French cooking and Om ?r.d LaUn cheerfulness and gar 'ftr ma*e th? Casa Napoleon the Wtxs of a number of interesting peo \ll whose .ays o.r.r\ ?jorTowB always ?ftsdwd MadHme'? heart. Among th? ,?*??*?-- that developed under her ?Sptth**'- e-.em Rre that of a d hn Ossdaloupe, who dl-covered at ? his lor?; P.st sweetheart; of the hBu r ?ttte; ' an brido and - ?*tB * ? provide?] "*? i i iind many oth. "??"??bar? Inv.iBion. *?? of * ns of hin? di ! Hani *?? the Alps. .?fa Mij v r the "?"??M Affsira ? r at t? * r th-- moment. AT LAST ! ?BUSINESS MAN'S NOVEL An Kng?sh hook on the subject, whi?-h bears a premising title. Is, however, announced by the Century Company for early p?;blloation here. This is "Forces .Mining and Undermining China," by Captain Rowland R. C'il? son, a military Interpreter and for? merly Chinese inspector und'-r the Transvaal government Captain <;ii? Fon tells "the story of the big loan" and of the rise of the Kalian mining tratlon, and present? a -aid? of facts n g-irdin-** railroad-*, mining aj-ifl Chinese labor. Th? Industrious Mr. Noyes. Another volume of poemB by Alfred Noyes is promised for publication in the fall. A Woman Detective. "Miss Madelyn Hack, Detective," by Hush ?.'. Weir ?I/. <'. Pa***? en Co.), wem Into a third edition on the day of its publication. Madelyn Hark, it may I 6ald in explanation of this evidence of her popularity, made her d?but In the moving pictures; hers i." a ess? cinematographic novelisation, so to speak. Boma of the pussies i are those of the purple Thumb, the "White dr. bids, th? Man with Uves, Cinderella's Slipper and th?* H?! Ntowhere. Hilaire Belloc'? Lectures. H *-* Belloc will vli ? - ? autumn to deliver a serlea <?f le tun s ??M *"i i... Proba ? ?? ??i industrialism." .Mr. Belloc was with n ago, nuil is married to an Ameri. an woman. He is forty-four ? old, and has already published thirty-five works <>n widely varying s, fr??m "The Had Child's Book <>f Wild Beasts" to "The River of Lon? "Great Families." 1er tl - genersl title the Hough .liflli'i < 'ompat . . ?a a lories "f the great house? of Dug ?..ml and Hie <'outillent. Thfl ' n t four volun ? ? le: "The House or i ? 11." by G R. ' >? nnls; 'The -.." by A. Audrey Locke; "The Csvendish Fni Blckley, and "The I-a Tremoille : by Winifred Steph? i Indian Names. I ?i ? itman, Sloui Ind ? i ' ? tmoutl . well known and 11 ?? author of "In-i ian ?Boyhood" aometlmea flnda hli knowledge of the lore ..f his ra er troublesome. Apparently the current fancy foe ind ? -eso lud su. h prop'Ttion* ? :n aiiri"*Hi ?every mall Dr. Eastman r appropriate Ind . ? ip-flre ' '?-'?'! . me ??11 th- streets ,,,,,,. ninety In number. list ol Blous natn< I ea published In "Country ? ? -, has ..pp." i u deal oi his pr? Mor? June Fiction. ?Th? Du? beat of Wrexi ' " gl " oy ? '? "( lay Mon 1 i I '' ?" this month , mad? i?> rg? h. Dotm **-'?'?? I'Ull)'. WIDOW PENSIONS PROVED BY TES Association Now Working < Plan for Private I inan clng of Scheme. t ?-1 r ? ?- owe with d .???'?I <? fx nsloncd, Is Ihe <Ir?. t?-1? of the New *\<?rk Association f??r I m pro Ins ?he rendition <<r th* p. >>r In h i port issued yesterday Balle* R Burrii ? ? ' .?:re. tor. Mid \\ <? have demonstrated th;?' Ihe pe sion policy Is the right ..ne now we shi or to ne?'crtaln whether | I i an ? re th poll? tt took eighteen months of experlmen I BSld, tO determine ?whether tl ?for il? ning a Idos i we? ' i? hie 1'iftv pensions were grant..] In thi t of which ?even hsv? been dlscoi tinned. Besides being able t.. car? f? illdren th? heali i? of th? ? ;.., those of th? rhildren Is vast' Improved. Before the death or the fathei ? ? av?ras? weekly Income of th? fort; a .i.? fl6 If?. Th? HvarHu? pension distributed by O itlon for Improving th? ? of the Poor RU l" 27. The largest pel sion was $14'.'.. in tvhieh Instan??? a motl i ? ' hllilren to support All the families aided by th? pcnaloi were mad? self-supporting and chlldre w?r? kepi with ihelr mothers. ? ?f the 4 other widows' families in its care the ai aoclatlon hail a different story to tell, a? rordlng to the report. Ru ?f waa afforded them at ? month! budget of 118.611 . wh le to bring thel ? ?is of II*. ing up to thai of the pei t oned families I 1.^*74 23 ? ould ! BSrj. It is th* rompariaon of the two ayi ten s that caused officers of the assocl? tlon to decide that pensions for widow? mothers are practical and necessary. CONVICT FLEES ROAD GAI\I( Left Without Guard at Night One Man Skips. Rranc : . lun? ?- fl ? ? t within three miles <> the Delaware River bridge and the Penn aylvania Btate line, the prisoners en-race road work have he.. K nh=ol i'e fteedo-n In the even Ins, which lied ?'undermsn took nd nlghl by runnlns away rman waa sentenced May || t? ? ontha on a charge of larceny. 1 ?luring the day ti keep them working, bul at night ar? without guards. They have been spend -eninga In I?ayton, but re?l dents ther? have, complained of thla b? cause many of the prisoners were com m tt?d for larceny and acta of ? dis orderly nature. I/ast rear the men wer? ret irn?d to jail every nlffht. BOY THIEF TRAPPED AGAIh Police Find Lad Who Has An? gel's Face and Burglar's Soul. Raymond I*eek, the boy with the angel'l ' a and a burglar*? **OUl, who bas foui times disappeared from the Juvenile Asv lum under the ?yea of the ?nard and ii on parole, was again arrested yesterday The char-re was burglary. Burglary serf ?h'lreh F?ntrln*- aie Raymond's pastimes W],l<-h he prefers h-- does not know. I?, tecttvea Tlyan, Clair?? and i: friii hnr I?? ? ad to drop into a pawnshop on Atlan i.?*, h v., Brooklyn, an?i found Raymond pledging a quantity of silver and Jewelry ? from the home of Edward A. Peter? a ?steamship clerk of that borouph Raymond is still too young to he sent tc .i real prison. HOSPITAL MERGER ASKED Probe Board Finds City Institu? tions at Odds. Becsuse of a "deplorable lark of co? operation between these hranehes of the city government" the hospital Inv? | tion committee reeommended to the I'.onrd of Kfltlmnte yesterday the consoli? dation of the departments of Charities, ? ? VU? and nllle.l Hospitals, the ambu? lance service board, the. hoard of Inebriety and hospital administration bureau. Such ? K'-r would require an smendm? aX to th?. chart? r. it is auggested that there should be a superintendent, to have full administra? tiv? control of all th? hospitals, an?' paid medical and surgical chiefa in carh divi? sion oT these institutions. MAYORS OF STATE END CONFERENCE Mitchel Meads Committee for Na? tional Conference. Suj< fiesled by Mimseif. me.] Auburn, N. v., June " The Net* York State Mayoi?' ' "onfei cm*? end?? after l h? tnosl in oflti ? i lor sin? -? ;? o? (ca?izal Ion Th? ?. ? shown i". the u lyors fot municipal work and the suggestion o? John l'urroj ! .. Vrw *i <u k, thai a nal < on fei ? ncs of n ? ille? et j car .it I he !',! : ? ? ...n | eSU I - ? ?? ap|K?lntm? ni ol a headed b*. the Sew i'ork Mayor fot auch .. meeting. A shore dinner on Owasco Lake, with a baseball -..mie, followed the final session this afternoon. Through the efforts of Miss Harriet Ms .M.?.~, state auffragial leader, the ? ? wenl on record as favoring submission of the woman suffrage tion to state voters in I'.'i"?. Charlea Downing l.?y, formerly the iltect ol New fork ?"?ty, tel ?m th.- ai i ??? ? "<?n ??salon that !?; : ks in ii? le? S OUl I I? ?oine nn'i meroua and moi e Impoi tant. ? m th? ho\ or the man ran pis) ball on the vacant lot or on his own place is rspldl) pssslng." s.mi Mi ? few of us hsv? Incomes sufllclsnl - duba The coniinmiitv. therefore, must provide the fa?-iiities ?siui-h the individua) ?an no longer ob? tain." The Ideal park s?hem? for a city calla ? ?? of paik to evei nt oi population he aald. Thus th?* park mil .. i.,-. \\ .-?? seras; onaj large i ural pat :" ? - ten small parki - I seres; Bfty playgrounds, '"' . JO acres. ? I , ... s," Ml ? i--11 ;.?i?l. "that . i . cut of tho area, of the city would i.n m parka i*<->mI>i.v in.it Is a low .i,-, i, a it is .?? Id-Jin attained t<> day." Dntr '?' miann oiitiinr.i pleasures the sppH? . ol whi.h. he said, could redure. . ,,Hiparan-- ' i-criod of tltne. ,1h into from the fp-.? Lflfl Ulvu (trses ? 1" ??" P? ' ? ent. ?m.. ? . i>r. DonaM h Armstrong, ??i N**? Yoik. on "Publie H<talth.' and Pi of liasse James s Pray, gi lurvard ?Unhpsrsttf, on "?-My PIm ging I EUROPEAN HOTELS, RESORTS ? SHOPS Information regarding inj id the foil I resorts ?.uprlied on request (if booklet*; are Ae<\red, send 4c in stamp! i??r postage.) Tribune Inlorn lio rc'iu, Room 32'? Tribune Building, New York City. FOREIGN RESORTS. FOREIGN RESORTS. S The. Raubetm Metropole M M I I \I?IN(, IIOI'F.I. a r-nvoiirit? |(e?..rt of lli?tlfii;iii?l?r<l \nierlrnn? Prl ISt? l.|i?h'?nni?. ,t running rnlrl A airin \.;.lrr In li-vlro.nri'. Itnnm A Full f*??:? rrl f....? M. "r.iiirlel-ir. M. M'M S GENEVA : GRAND HOTEL RP?IX Very Firm-CI?*?-?* In every Reipect TRUCE ON NEWSSTANDS Dealers Agree. Ward Says, t< His Relocation Plan. 1 ;?rk ? '. mi ?' , Cabot Ward for i hi r< cm lion of n?wi lai i In City Hull Pa ta th? Indorsemeti of th? deal lal '"ii. aci ording t? lay by the Pari in i i i?-i, thla is that nil s?\? ta ?. ne? ii lands ?rill be on t: boundaries "?" th? park. Th? two ex ceptlona are I it I h? **outh ? to th? ? Vin tic "Thi : ?? . - now omplet? arcord," : .ii? -Mr. w ard. ' Tl ? ? i ubll 11 i ed b? ttei by having t ? ? '.?i thorough! t?? park '.'?'. ' uct? ?I and t lie d? .i 1er hav? K.i site When Hi?- subway oi ; ? ? Broadwa - - Ii completed Inden sill be ? ide In the -j? t k fenc< r t certain pla? ? *- for the i ? iti r ac? otn modatlon ol si ' H -m v tu,. I ?>?>ll'l;icl< standi ha ?re been bolls hed < i I Petition? t.? remove Ih? --luc?s Iron' . \ Mi War? h ?l been ? Ived from a lai *;? number ? r m?n !..*.% Ins otn? ? ' More than four bun? dred i?-' " ? he ?erted, had been re celved commend h ? ?fforti t? ?cat? th? Mayor Mitchel, on Ins return t?> Sew York y?sterdsy, said he liad no km edge of Hi?* acl ed by < 'om ml i mei \\ rti tl n* evl? ling all the I eis oi newsstands from <*ity Hall Pa After explaining that tli? o?rd< i ?Jommlssloner Waid i?*d been cl and tli? eld ?at.?* ? v\oul?i i?e permitted to remain in th? park, but ?with new lo t :? tions In so? - es, 1 n<* Msyor "Bomstlmea we hav? t?? mak? mod t:"i?s In plan " ? SEA BREEZE SEASON OPENS Mothers and Children Enjoy First Outing irom Tenements. Sea Breeze, al I'oney Island, conduct? ed bj t he Xew 1 i .\ soclation for In proving th? Condition of th* Poor, wa? opene?! thii week, and -1*"**- mothers nn?l children from -ii <?f Manhattan ?arc enjoying :?. two weeks' outing on the i?. ach The I made up of mothers with children under school ?Age, ???i.v.il escenta ;?n?l age? omen gathered from fifteen agencies i \e** fork, *-'j?-ii ??? ??inn i . and v hose \* ork la ? ? ion*! the ? .t} a pool p ople. Man) ol the guests ar? widows whose ? - einse!vea and left them tired and worn out. .-1>u five of t he i?:1 rl -. ;? ? e from th? ? i.? i ? ? !'.*?> Nursery, whirl? makcB u special! of carina for mem be i of famill? er? I he ?* liai tul TCUlOl l'uring Hie thirty yar* that the Net? ?\*?n u Association for Improvins ; ei'oi dition ??! th? Pooi has operated S? ?? Bi " ?/.-? oui -i ?" ???. iil?-il for mon : han '???". ? ? The associa? tion hope* to ?'''? i auffiel? nt contribu? tions this summ? ;?? i. Kea I; till?- i to rapacitj ntll ? ?ctober I. Quinlan's Sentence Upheld. Trenton, N. .) , ? The New Jersey med to-day th?s eon vlctlon of Patrick (juinlanj the i. w. \\. leader. ( harped with advocating hostl ites duriiiis' the silk milk btriko in E*St ?rson. Qulnlsn was sentenced to from two to seven year? and fined sooo. He entere?! upon his prison term about a year SgO, but waa released pend? ing action .m his v peal. An ?appesl will be ta icen to th? <"o t of Brors snd Ap Qulntan ? ild to i?e out <?f the s tat?. SEEK HIDING PLACE OF ARMOUR'S HED Detectives look for Danftrt Ferguson, Accused by Hunt? ington High School Girl. i ai forth ** F*erg"ust**n, srnrd-on of th late Herman O. Armour, ?>f Chtcsgo, ?in der Indictment on a i-iurnf made by Mia Ida Parker, of Huntington, I .on s inland la ?aid to i?e In hiding In tids rit v. i>< to.tives. who ?have a b?nch warrant f?? his arrest, ar? unable to find him. it was reported In April that the jroutl had been sent to China by hla m"tiier .Mrs. Jullann? Armor Ferguson, to eui him of i?*- Infatuation for the high schoo Klil. t'i whom, Mi- sal?!, ha bad ?given : massiv? diamond e-ma^eiiient riris* Rhorlly before hla supposed dsparture f?? :hn Orient, Per? . ?? hla rlric ha-K according t?> ?li<- girl's ?story, *.?? bar? I set with n. ?till larger st?>tie. Armed a*at? hm< ? nn i ?? on | lai ?>. n the M?? '? Mr? Ferguson's 11,000,00 ton 1 larbor, I '? ?ire watching the estate to Intercept th? young man. although it Is denied ; Is hiding in his moth? Rol eit i: Moffett, lawyer, of ?4 Broad way. Br? ? . iterdaj tha he had b? ? l In J oung Fem behalf. Mr, Moffett refused to ?be ? i ns to whether the young m-n Is it ? aiment in Manhattan or Long islam t'lty, wher? he la said to hav? been seer re? ently. "Absolutely no Information will ? ? oui about this so-called Ferguson case," said Mr. Molt? tt, "and i < to Mr. I ? resbouta i know nothing." Parker la i nl?c? of Raymond V Seiii tor of tee ISdgewator Hotel ?it Huntington. While the Monaater bei nit i? n't the Ferguaons stayed at the Kdgewater, where the girl lived with her unc?? ?Ahile she attended the high ichoo The young millionaire and the prettj ?girl were frequently seen speeding over th? i.-.- s island roada in one of the Ferguson automobile?. During the Isst few days Huntington has been greatly Interested In a number of visitor?, men snd women. At first it was aupposed they were early summer visitors. When they began to mal." t? acquaintance of all of Mlas Psrker'a com pai Ion? 't wsa discovered that they wer? uves working In I on in? terests. a WILSON EXPLAINS TOG. A. R. Writes Jersey Deportment Head on Arlington Episode. r,mum .1. Reynolds, department com msndei of the G. A, R.. New Je m received the following letter from President Wilson In to .? letter Moi by Mr. Reynold? last month in be? half of the department expressing re? g? ei ?tl the Pit Ident'i reluaal tu at? tend the .Memorial Day exercises in ; Arlington: "M\ Deal Mr. Reynolds' 1 thank you for your letter of May 26. When I fonn?i that my action wsa being ao mis? construed i. of eeurae, quickly made up my mind to stteml the memorial ser? vi es, which I did with pleasure, though i waa ii-.* able to male? nuch ? speech ., . i should ha" ? ? l?hi ! to make if l bad time for pr? paratlon " You re Oat! Not a Copy of The New York Tribune's World Tour Book W?l | Be Left If Yeju SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914. Players, j 38,000 Miles of Pictures. THIS COUPON and One from ihe Sunday Tribune 25 CENTS AM) ?ntitle bearer to one World presented at the Tribune Offire. will ei Tour Baseball Book, containing 300 Pictures. Add 10 cents if to be sent by mail THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE ggSST FOREIGN RESORTS. FOREIGN RESORTS. GERMANY'S rXGLUSIVL AND LEADING MOT?IS. BERLIN THE atlantic-kaiserhof HAMBURG THE atlantic-pfordte r i. i?f tv heos'-ful Aittet LsAt THE CHOICE OK CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR. HlQtiost Class of Servios always maintained at Mists sruitusl Hotels. 8AME MANAGEMENT. SAME ATTENTION. SAME EXCELLENCE. " K Al ? ''Hilf*" Mfj ?? ATI.AirriC" B?ili!tti. use i ii **-,??? KAISRRHOf. BERUH" Rooklat tro-a OS. ?S;??pim Car Ct. Der,?ad Tra??l 5-rtit? . Wl, Filib A?-.. I?? Twk. ?S4 I.T. Triksae OMu. I.!. KANZENSBAO: Hotel KoppKonlgsvills Apartments with bath sod toilet, Hot-W?ter heatln**, Vacuum Cleaner. In larga park elose to Cur. All up-to-dai?* comtorti. Aut?-Gar?f*. F Hie Seaside gf^k mT\ *W f IL I F\ lleljium? 5 Hour Resort the North Sea \J? \J? 1 Es Uwi WMMW 'rom ' ?*-<*0*" ' 33:?OTI3XjS OIV THE SJI3A FRONT Hotel de la Plage The Coitineotal ... 41? Beds And Restaurant De Luxe " Spleasiid . . . 40J ? Entirely Rebuilt & Refurnished Kursaal ? Beau S****** * l50 40U lied-- - Rooms From Sl.Zil With Pension S3 to $5 par dey .'I.T. HAVE PRIVAT! BATHS * BALCONIES nvF.m.OOKIN?*? SKA. AVMCXAMMCRt. CO NT?RLAKEN HOTEL REGINA 1UN6FRAUBUCK Visited by the Queen of England Tirst Class Residential and Transient Hotel. Elevated posilion. Superb \iew of Jungfrau, ele. Immense private park. Garage Tennis k other sport?. ILDUNGEH - Go HOTEL FURSTENHOF (Germany) ?MAGNIFICENT TERRACE RESTAURANT? iaiHOUS Cur& for Eminent American Patrons. Entirely Rebuilt. aaaj_ . ?,... - ., The Newest, Largest and Finest. 200 Apartments Kidney 3rd Bladder Troubles. and Roomi. 8o Thermal ?tW iv.v.te B.th.. Et^S^'*-^HBTEl AMQLETEIIIIE ^^ ___ ^^ Bronchitis, Etc.? large Oardens. Rooms ?*ith privat: hi'h re o ir. ^H7ILSBADEN? HOTLL KAISLKHOF FIRST CLASS THROUGHOUT. IN ELEVATED POSITION IN OWN LAROB PARK. 40NIIW PRlVATli BATHROOMS. yiCHY-Leading Finest Hotels: * DU PARC, MAJESTIC, CARLTON, *& THERMAL GRAND V?T M I C* IT Hotel HOTEL ? n??Ln* i* 1 X* knm? Royal Danieli Every American comfort and luxury. LtMatfS on the Grand Canal, tu? \tASW from balconies and terrace? 1? marvsll ou?. EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS. LONDON SHOPS. REMOVALS fo AMERICA & CO LTD fiVL BOUDREAU (r.res roptr ) PARIS Having Several Am^rlonn t.ltt Van, r?-turnlnst to t.'nlt.-d F\n'ee ,-nr oTer ???-.?ptlinal l?rmi for ih, tranKportatlon of gnnct-j tr, America In One Van from Door to Door llags-a-ce Warehoused PARIS SHOPS. SPAULDiNG & CO., DIAMONDS?JEWELRY WATCHES?SILVERWARE?ETC. 30 Avenue de I'Opera, Paris, Michigan Avc. and Van Buren St..Chicago Sole representative in Paris of the Gorharn Company of NEW YORK. FOREIGN RESORTS. LONDON HOTELS. T* E GARLTON Hotel, Restaurant, and Grill Room. LONDON. HOTELS IN SCOTLAND. HOTELS lu SCOTLAND ,1 .?(.('?.I? iT. I **?<?< II HOTKI. ?lor n'estera Highland?!) . i R?-STATION HOTM ?I'nr It uns ? .??.,..- (iirt hnlM. ? >l Mll.*ll??-STATION lliilCI I ?.- ('.urn, M:ii?<-lriinv etc.) r. RXBRRRY?STATION HOTKI. (For -.-??? naif* -. "FIANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. Grand Hotel PARIS ?mtxlmrar? iaa Capue.net and PI**-*? ?1? i'O-paarau l.OOO R-**?n-? with Privat? ?ktna. TaHff an A**fB-ri?. 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