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RESORTS RESORTS RESORTS RESORTS RESORTS RESORTS RESORTS Petersburg, Fla. THESE ave some o? St. Petersburg's splendid facilities: Magnificent waterfront and beaches, environing "The. Mole," "The Spa" (a great bath house and swimming pool), the municipal pier, the handsome yacht club, an ideal ?oil course and club house, an elegant opera house and an assembly hall lor tourist "State Societies." Fifty miles of city brick streets and the best county road system in Florida. Motor, trolley, boat and railways leading to many places o? interest and natural beauty. FREE BAND CONCERT TWICE DAILY "Royal Scotch Highlanders Band" For illustrated descriptive booklet "D" write BOARD OF TRADE St. Petersburg, Florida HOTELS BELONGING TO ST. PETERSBURG HOTEL ASSOCIATION: SOUTH FLORIDA ORLANDO THE HEART OF FLORIDA lhe center of good roads, five brick highways con? necting Orlando with Jacksonville and Tampa, connections Dver Dixie Highway with East and West Coast and through :o Chicago. Three Fine 18-Hole Golf Courses in lhe County. Community of big estates and fine winter homes, ex? cellent hotels, big business house?, fine churches, clubs, theatres. The Heart of the Lake Region. Fishing and water spoils of all kinds. Centre of Citrus Fruit Industry of State. Agricultural section of Peninsula. Winter population, 15,000. Write for Booklet "D." ORLANDO BOARD OF TRADE Allison Mbemarle Ansonia Arcade Belmont Boyce Brevard Centra! Cincinnati Dennis Detroit Dusenbury Vilij Eduewater Inn Fifth Avenue Floronton Hollenbeck Huntington Kranghurst La Plaza Hotel Park House Poinsettia Preston Hotel Sunset Hotel West Coast Inn Wijwam HOTEL ROYAL PALM FORT MYERS O-! the beautiful Caloosahatchcc River Nf?r "tK-hole E<Mf rmirse, Kxceilorit flsblng and huntiiiRr. Tennis on hotel grounds. Motoring, ridinp. Sulphur swimming pool. Orchestr*. Superior cuisine. Accommo? dates I'OO. EVERY ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH Noto Open. Booklei. J. L. NELSON, Mgr. Oldsmar, Fla., On Tampa Bay NEW HOTEL Wayside Inn Miles from Tampa on Ses t.oard Ky. Good Fishing-, Huntini American Plan, $3 a Day Land f?r sale, well located, $50 ?liage lots %:\i\<) to $1,500; easy tc e build bungalows. REOLDS FARMS CO. ?:o7 Moffut B'l'd'g, Detroit, Mic JL JTsl JLY JL Jl Jt^> The Garden Spot of the West Coast EVERYTHING TH E TOURIST AND PLEAS? URE SEEKER DESIRES IS AT HIS DISPOSAL IX THE CITY OF TAMPA AND ITS SUR? ROUNDINGS. THERE IS THAT LUXURY. THAT CONVENIENCE AND THAT COM EORT, WITH THE BEST OF ACCOMMODA TIONS FOR THE RICH AND THE MIDDLE CLASS. GOLFING, MOTORING, FISHING, BATH INC. HUNTING, BOATING AND MANY OTHER SPORTS AND GAMES PROVIDED BY THE CITY FOR THE PLEASURE OF THE TOURIST ARE AT THE COMMAND OF THOSE WHO VISIT TAMPA. COME TO TAMPA, ENJOY ITS NATURAL BEAUTIES, ITS BRACING SALT AIR, THE MANY SPORTS AND THE MOST PLEASANT OF SOCIAL LIFE. TAMPA INVITES YOU. THE CITY WANTS YOU. THERE IS THAT WELCOME YOU DESIRE THAT AWAITS YOU. TAMPA, THE METROPOLIS Tampa Bay Hotel Tampa Bay && West Coast of Florida Season January 1st to April 10th This magnificent Hotel affords accommodations of the highest order and is famous for its cuisine. The hotel is a fire-proof building surrounded by sixty-five acres of Tropical Park. Two 18-Hole Golf Courses ? Palma Ceia Golf Association James M. Barnes, Professional. Tampa Automobile and Golf Club James K. Thompson, Professional, ideal Climate, Boating, Fishing, Tennis, Motoring, Hunting with Instructors, Guides and Attendants. For Information and Reservations, address TAMPA BAY HOTEL W. F. ADAMS, Manager H. A. HASKELL, Assistant Manager K i BAY VIEW HOTEL C. H. JEWETT, Proprietor, TAMDA Official A. A. A. Hotel. lAMrA Central Loi atlou rlreproof Construction. 123 Rooms. Kaeh With Bath. GASPARILLA INN Boca Grande Delightfully Situ?t? >i;gh ?..'less I'.'.-soii ?I Fine- Golf Course FRANK If. ABBOTT, SEABOARD Air Line Trains Leave Washington, D. C, com? mencing Jan. 13 as follows: Nil. !? 11:13 p. m So. i S;0O p. in. No..". 6:00 p. in. No. 8 i? :30 a. ni. :IJp. P.cepera ready for <????: upancy : I p. m. Carries through ?' ??-? ? ?? Mi ?ni, Pairo Beach, E'i ?burg, Ju< ksonville. arries .-' pera to Jackson ?' lumbia, Plnehurst. ?\irries sleeper for Atlanta and Birmingham. " li r o u g h sleepers !<=ave .. ?? '.-. 1 ., r k at 12:30 night for Jacksonville and I HIS TRAIN HAS HUES ?UM (INTIM ED. A ci v a nee New York Office : 1184 Broadway near 28th Street Phone, 5644 Madison Square uwm??msMBmsmmmmm?sW??msWMkWBkwm??amm FORT MYERS Florida THE WINTER HOME OF THOMAS A. RDJSON AND HENRY FORO. Golf Course Designed By Donald J. Ross now Ready ?.'ENTRE OF TARPON FISHING. SPORT RENDEZVOUS OF HUNTERS FOR DEER, BE \R, TURKEY \ND WILDCAT. Writ?- lo FORT MYERS BOARD OF TRADE !.. Ci. Biggers, Secretary. CENTRAL FLORIDA OCALA OOALA IS Till: CAPITA!. OF MARION COUNTY, TH5-; ADVANCED AGRICUL ? I KM, AND STOCK RAISING COUNTY. (Vine to (?calii and buy a farm that v.tli I? n. vcsiT 'round money maiter a r: ? t n:: Ideal wlnt?r home. Ocala l.H-s splondUl schools and flourish-, ?ng rhurchea. While locatlnK your tumi si*nd tho winter at THE OCALA HOUSE. ocala 1* near tho r&mouj Pllwr Springs, where bathing is a delight and Uie sub-sea plant mid ?lsh Ufo as seen from the glass bottomed boa'.? I* ,i nurer endlhg mystery i > tiio tourLt. Silver Sprlugs, the flno nine hole turf golf course, and motor boating 0:1 Lak.? Wnir an? only a few of tin? mean?! of entertainment offered tho winter v 1?it??:? ami i?-i-!naii?>iit redi? Xlt o? Oeula. i'vr : u-tlier Information api?ly lo Marion County Board of Trade ? Ocala, I'loriilu. THE HILISBORO HOTEL TAMPA, FLORIDA Die Newest an?l Finest Hotel In South Florida ytone und tJteel Construction. Fireproof. 250 Rooms?225 With Bath DOWNSTAIRS CAFE. ROOF DINING ROOM Cuesta Admitted to Visitor".' Membership In PALMA CEIA GOLF CLUB, Professional, ?Limes Barnes. ROCKY POINT GOLF CLUB, Professional, .lames Thompson. Send for UUlsboro Booklet "D." GOLFERS' SOUTHERN PARADISE The BELLEVIEW BELLEAIR HEIGHTS, FLORIDA SEASON JANUARY 4TH TO APRIL Finest Golf in the South at the Famous BELLEAIR COUNTRY CLUB For information, booklet, etc., address C. S. KROM, Manager LAND OF MANATEE PALMETTO MANATEE COUNTY In the Camoiis Manatee Kiver, When? Happiness Heroines n Habit climate, ?00.1 health, good soil, pood crops urso citrtiK fruits and vegetables. upnorti ? for Inventors and homoaeekers unsurpassei Ists receive u hearty welcome. Write for Illustrated Booklet "D" HOAKD OF TKADi; THE PLACE TO SPEND YOUR WINTER ?;?.'..'. npinnJiJ course. Kraus greens; fishing, hunt? ing, li'nUtngi automobil Inp, canrplirg an?) bathing. W'uer* It's summer all winter ami there is no winter. For booklet ;.:.-! other information writs secretary. Bos.nl of Trade, BRADENTOWN SUMMER RESORT THE GRISWOLD New London, Conn. THE TARPON INN Tarpon Springs, Florida December 20 to May?Capacity 200 If you seek Rest, Recreation and Comfort, amid ideal surroundings, you will find it at this beautiful Guk Coast Hotel. 125 Rooms, 80 Private Baths Superior Cuisine and Unobtrusive Service 9-HoIe Golf Course Fishing, Boating;, Bathing.. Motoring, Dancing. FRANK W. SWIFT, Mgr. New York Office, 503 Fifth Avenue. Tel. Murray Hill 8977. TOURISTS TARPON SPRINGS WILL SUIT YOU because it in one of Florida's most beautiful and ?:;?-tn-da:e littlo < Itie.". On Gulf Bayous, River and Lakes. A hilly country an : healthy; pure water; a live, business, prosperous and growing place. Write Board of Trade for Booklet No. 4 UNIQUE OI'POKTI NITY TO OBTAIN ATTRACTIVE FLORIDA BUNGALOW rc?i::!: i w:m ( ?i. ?LGR.BA GEORGIA lilt CAROLIN RESORTS ?'???-?'????' ut h? m Pin? ?'?.! den, Co ?-???' ? ?" nta, Birmingham. 4 All Steel Trains, including " The Flamingo" One nigh! m t., Tampa. Palm B'?a?;h, St. *B*?f ?. >i I, Daytona, Bellealr, Jackson Clear ,ater, St. Petersburg. I?'epers i'?: ? N'ev, Vor':: to Washington I'nloh Station with Through jf Seaboard Air Lino truhis leav ? Washington 3:13 I>. M., 7:80 P. M., 15 P. M. for principal points south. Train leaving New York, 12:30 night, carries thru steeper, N. T. to Atlanta and to Florida. Booklets. Schedules, P.ates on request. W. E. CONKLYN, Gen. Ea.t Pa?. Agt, 1184 llroa<inay. New York. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Newspaper Men Obey Laws, Hugo Declares Secretary of State Akc ''raises Baseball Players and 1 lorseshoers [Sit D ( '?.'/ respondent J AlBAXY. Jan. 12. Francis M. liu Ro, Secrcl . State, ought to get the \ -? ??- ciimmai tendencies ?nijr suose ?JJent convictions are concerned. Hut ,?e of each strayed from the straight J?d narrow, while three publishers, ton ,!',',':'"??^ l ind sty-nvo printers pot ft?5 trouble and finally landed in the The ,.n?-t ..1 :...- ,-..1. ...:.... 0 Rebuild Halifax School Carnegie Corporation Will Pay for Damages in Explosion A'- the request of President A. S. ??cKenzio 0f Dolhouaie University, "???ax, the Carnegie Corporation has m_._ _? _._ agreed to pay all the damage clone to the college buildings by the explosion which partially destroyed the city. The appeal for aid was made shortly after the disaster, and the Carnegie board of directors at its meeting last Wednesday telegraphed President Mac Kenzie that the corporation would es? teem it a "privilege" to repair all the damage. -.-? ? ... - --. Pennsylvania to Have Non-Partisan League Labor and Farmers Will Model Union After West? ern Organization [S]>crial Correspondence] PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 12 -With the formation in a few days of a joint leg? islative committee to keep watch on affairs at Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor and the Stato (.'range will have effected an offensive and defensivo alliance. This coulition is modelled on the organization which has recently been effected in the West between the Non-Partisan League and the labor interests. The formation of the Pennsylvania union is the first in? vasion of the East by this idea. John A. Phillips, organizer of the Typographical Union and first vice president of the Federation of Labor, is the authority for this statement. He ' also declared that the paramount ac? tivity of the new coalition would be to eliminate the middleman and to bring ' the produce of the farms direct to the table of the toiler. One of his other assertions was that the joint legislative committee would ; keep a watchful eye on legislation, and that the representatives of the farmer and the workinpman would unite on every question that, affected these in? terests, as well as those of the common people. "This coalition," said Mr. Phillips, ?"is a part of the nationwide movement ?that will take place, welding the farm IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi?i!l|li:illllilll||||inill!|||l'lllll|lll?l|t||lll||ltl!l|||||||l||||MII'll!ll!llllllll!l||i: On the Famous "East Coast" SEASON JANUARY 5TH APRIL 10TM HOTELCLARENDON Absolutely Fireproof = AND CFA DPFF7i7 RAILROAD STATION | COTTAGES, ??/A i> ri ?U Hi jL Ej , DAYTO?M 1 Located directly on the Ocean and overlooking T*^, | one of the finest Beaches in the world. Excel- ' S?fcA. 1 lent 18-hole Golf Course (6300 Yards), Grass jLV?/ 1 Greens, Sea Bathing. Fishing, Tennis, Motoring, 1 Horseback Riding, Turkish Baths, Good Motor ?| Roadways, Fireproof Garage. 1 E. L. Potter, Man'g Director; | ? C. J. Root, Asst. Mgr. I s Booklet on application at 1180* Broadway, New York. i niiiiuiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiuHiiiiiiiitniitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiitifiiiiiHifiiiiiiiitiuiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiuitiiiitiiii^ theGle Spring Watklaa, ?. T. ?? Senaea Lake Open AU V?r Wm. ?. Lt#*g*tU, fVrt. A MINERAL SPRINGS HEALTH RESORT AND HOTEL Winter Conditions fer Taking the "Cult" Especially DtsirMe Tli? only plaoe In America wher? the rieiuhelm Bath? for Heart and Circu? latory Disorders are given with a Natural Calolum Chloride Brin?. NO SHORTAGE OF FUEL. Our own Heating Md Lighting Plant la ?uppllftd ?dth abundance of Hr.tur?! Gai from our own wellj. Send fyr ?Butiro???* BotMsts T15?Jackson Health Resort DANSVILLE, N. Y. Wm. E, Leffingwell, Preaid?nt The Pioneer American "Core" for iHe treatment of Circulatory. Kidney. Nutritional and Nervoua Disorder?, Rheumatism, Gout and Obeeity. Hydrotherapy. Electrotherapy ?ad Maeaage Oa Main Line Lackawanna Railroad Write for Booklet MAINE'S WINTL'K FAKADISK. POLAND SPRING ?,0V"?ah w HOME OF THE FAMOUS POLAND WATER. Lakewood, N. J . ?'Amerlett's" winter renort. 23 mile? from "?"amp Dis." Ad'lres? Town Clerk for free booklet und list of hoteia. crs anil the laborers together for their own and the good of the masses." "Do you understand that this is along: the plans of, the Non-Partisan League of the West and its alliance with labor?" he was asked. "Ves, that Is the plan," he replied, "and you might also say that this iu the first instance where the plan ha% come to the East, and Pennsylvania is the first state in the East wiiere such an alliance has been formed." AUGUSTA, GA. A convenient and delightful place to spend your holidays. Good driving and motoring, excellent saddle horses, two golf courses and all outdoor sports. Address C. G. TRUSSELU Manager. Ideal Home for Fall and Winter Hotel Montclair MONTCEAIK. X. .1. Mf/ST Di:i.1f::iTI-i TT.V SITUATED RESf DKNTIAL HOTEL IN M.\'.' YORK'S SI.'B VRBS. OPEN THE I5NTIKE YEAH. Exclusivo clientele, tiulf. Syleivjtrt Orchestra. Dancing. Ijigliih Uril!. Priv. Motor &ua 31 ceta f.achatca?tna Trains I??R.UDEIUCK C. HAT.T. COMPANY BARTLETT INN Now Open ?n American Flan Best Rooms, Best Bed?, ?Best Table For ?he Price in LAKEWOOD. NEW JERSEY Write for Beautifully lllut:r?trt Booklet "ONLY ? J MILES FROM CAMP DIX" LAUREL-IN? HKPINES LAKEWOOD.NEWJERSEY A modern hotel in n At Inter Resort where out-of-door Rpurls arc possible the entire .1 car. F. F. SHirTE, Mgr. Hrnnrh (ifrtco of (,K(i. A. HUHN ?V ?ON!S. Stock Brokers LAUREL HOUSE Telephone 430. iJikewoort LAKEWOO D NEW JKR?IV niMWoroiraniNim VTIAMII ( ITV. N. J. Josiuh \\ hite & s?n^ Company. GOLFERS' SOUTHERN PARADISE THE BELLEVIEW""^/:""" Season J?a. 4 to Aorll. C. S. K.R0M, Manager. Hotel Chamberlin at al Old Point Comfort ?one of America's greatest Resort Hotels - .? luxurious horns with disilr;? tivo social Ufa and reoreatlonu - -with an equable ell ma to which permits eea bathing tho jeur round - ; ;i unsurpassed location on Hampton Roads, t!,?-- Military and Na\?il headquarters of our ? oimtry ? j. private 18 hoi?? eoli courue - an exceptional sea-food c?ilsi;i?> - ilelt? loua, appetizing, Southern .?:lng ',.:. , ? i? :..->. ' c omplcte El ? tro 7 i -,, i rot ?lerapuutiu 1.'.-- ::i'..'. .-i i:. :???. ; . . Amerl? a Ti.r interesting booklet address GEO. F. ADAMS, Manager Hotel Chamberlin, Fortress Monroe, Va. AUGUSTA GEORGIA. The Lenwood NEW TOURIST HOTEL ON THE SAND HILLS mar to and overlooking "CAMP HANCOCK" Brick and stone, r-onetnictlon, elite roof; moat modem arid substantial throughout. Ilia fluent, winter tourist hotel In tieoigla or the Carolinas; opened December I. I'tr r?servations addrws _ A. V. CUSHING, * Associate Manager. OTELGRAMATAN 2S Minutes from Grand t'entrai. A city hotel In a country setting. AU outdoor sports. Full Trala s i;??<l?i:-*. bpecial rutoa for six irto?tiu or raota. HOTEL GRAMA I YN, Lawrence l'ark, Bronxvllle, N.Y. Asa 0. Gallup, Vlce-Prtaldent. BUSINESS CHANCES AXIIiINB COLONS.- English Arm with first class connections amongst Dyers a-i'l Calico Printe?, etc . thiMnselvea manufacturing a Email rang? of colors, ara open to represar.', for England, aa American firm In ?oler? and lntenn?>Ilat? products. Replies to Boi 2663, Harti?on.'s Advertising Agency, Sail '.>ury Situare, London, K. C. i, England. INTERIOR decorating, painting, furnishing, wa an?aua b?isirj??s : largest ettabllshmemt of lu Und In Brooklyn; partner to tako attire half Interest; spier.,lid chance for man or woman v?iUi $7.500 at.d Interest for this kind of work; ?raie and bank ref? eront?*, is. <;., Box I?, Tribune Ot?co. FUR SALE EXPERT STENOGRAPHER Publlo Men'njrapru- office, located In highest class offline building In New York: completely apjlppod first class It: every particular. D ?'.. Box 200, Trib? ut, o uf?icc. CHICAGO REPRESENTA TI YE wants men's weal lineo, with or without sortie?, simple, d???k rouru reasonable. Address euro Of-Kit Co., ?i? B'wgy, INSTRUCTION business schools SECRETARIAL AND BUSINESS TRAINING DRAKE SCHOOL : 51 Nassau Street, opp. New York City Hall. Surrounded by over 40.000 offices, in the midst OH Amerliii'H ??rfatest Business Section. A POSITION IS GUARANTEED TO VOU! .. . S Days, ?:J0 A. M. to S P. M. 1K. ? ? Nights, any timo after 5 P. M. 921 8th AVE. SCJipOL FOR DANCING Tel. Col. 4684 heuil for Kree IIIii?.trut?'?l HooUlet. Ol'KN DAILY !0 A. M. To 11 IV M. SCHOOL AGENCIES American and Foreign TeaeherV Agency.? Supplies Professors, Teachers, Tutors, Governesses, etc., to Colleges, Schools and Families. Apply to Mrs. M. J. YOUNG FULTON', 23 Union Square. BUSINESS CARDS TYPEWRITERS NON-VIS?BLES, 3 MONTHS $5 VISIBLES, 3 MONTHS $7.50 Initial Payment Applied if Purchased Factory Rebuilt Typewriters SPECIAL No. 10 Remington $50.00 Other Makes $25 to $75 Tr adema o? e year. and g telephone or ??rite American Writing Machine Co idway, at Worth St. 80 Y. 23d fit., opp. Madison At. 113 \V. 4^d St., at 'limes Square.. Tnl B403 iYar.kilXi. ANTIQUES, CURIOS, ETC. KI'.I.K'S ART GALLERY, in:, West 4Cd BU?Xn Itques, i-urlos, old jBjre'-?, silverware, rare fan?, paintings, mlmatur'-s ai.d iveapous. Old cold bought. CARPET CL KA NINO CAREFUL CAUrET CLEANING CO.?C?eant bj ??mprf^s.-d alr, bteain. t:ar.d or on flour. IMS Broadway. 421 Eagt 4SU* ?t. ?JOE A BtiAN'UX. Tel. 132?3Sth. DIAMONDS DIAMONDS BOUGHT. HIGHEST I'ltll ES l'Ail). HOWARD S. KENNEDY, 170 BROADWAY. FOR SALE.? I'rlr.ceis Ring, 50 Diamonds.J2S0 Sinar.' I?iajT'-nJ Ring, 64 Diamonds, Sapphire, 1'iatlnum .3SO 1 Platinum Diamond King, ?Jt Diamonds.400 1 firiKy Kipf, ? large white, 1 largo Hnk Earogu? Pearl, in Diamonds, U>aT D,?lg'i.100 Otbera $23 to $75. In. pi-1 loa lnt?t.ed Mr. BENNETT. 175 Broadway, i I'pstaJrs.) DETECTIVES WESTLOTORN'8 DETECTTVB AGENCY. 1 Fliadowlr.g. co.vflicntlal liiffatlgaUon*. Ac. 21 Ku', 42. Telephone Murray 11111?2(43. OLD GOLD AND SILVER ' WORN OIT GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT BT R. LONGMAN'S SONS, Gold a.\d Silv?? Keffers 1 ? John st. BORG Buys Diamond?., r.M Gold. 8?:>er. Platinum. Ar.uqura art Pavti TicV.e;? 146 \V. i.'3d st. STORAGE AND MOVING SCHILLINGER'8 VAX AND STORAGE COM i iwiy. Inoori^ra'id ?Su?rage, moTlng, packing, i fcldpplj.g. motor rai.s for long dulauo? morlng ' 206 Li-t 63d ?'_ '1'?_j IS Plug. i INSTRUCTION ; INSTRUCTION NEU J ERSE Y?Lake wood NEW JERSEY?Lakewood iiiiM:iiHiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiMiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiniiii>;iniiiiiiiiiHi:u:iiiitiMii!!ii;?;iii!!;:ini!!;iiiir.i;iiiiii<iiiiill Blake School for Boys LAKEWOOD, NEW JERSEY To parents: This school is inter- * ?tir faculty is composed of men ?t csted in the education mui develo}?- wide experience in preparing boys ment of your boy. Our facilities for college. Upper school for boys enable us to have small classes, from 14 loT9 years. Lower school averaging about three boys, in for boys under M. order that each boy may receive a ^ Constant thought and attention large degree of individual instruc- is given to the moral and physical tion?and consequently make rapid development of the boy. Ti??- eli advancement. Boys who have failed mate is healthful and invigorating, to make progress in schools when- Our saddle horses are for the use there are larger classes and less in- of the boys. A nearby lake affords dividual attention succeed here and skating in winter and boating in are rapidly prepared for college. summer. Other sports provided, Address Registrar for Catalogue \l!|!lllll?llllllllll?ll!lillllll!llli;illllllinilUIIIIIMIIillllMIIIIIUIIIMIIIMHliMIIIIII!IIU?,II.UI?IIIIIIUIIIIIIMllHlll?M??l!lllllllu NEW YORK?Manhattan Berkeley-Irving School yo? t?> :<!."> West K3d Mirent. New Vor "From Primary to College" ThlrtJ-eighth year. All grau?? Small classes. Individual lnstrucrtion. Gymnasium. Swim? ming Pool, Playground. Send for illustrated catalogue. Telephone Schuyl? 4S30. I,. D. RAY. Headmaster_ OWIGHTSCHOOI?? Colle?? ?- Reg?! U IJxam.s. SOth ;.-*?/ M ol?vate Fe??. Mski'? ? ?ludy of tito individual student FRENCH.?BY GRADUATE OF PARIS UNTVKR slty: trial lesson freo. Writo I.. SAVAGE, 277 Broadway, Room 1.70?. NEW \OKK? Manhattan HERLITZ guages ??? 4S?k~ 218 Llvlntston Strsrt. T5RMS MAY BB BEGUN AT ANY TOO. Lan SLANGUAGES UiliiK ?,ur "Logical ineilioiJ." iu pupil fall?. 11th \ear at SIS 1 ?ftli Ave.. Sind ?t. NEW ?OKK-Harrison. Rye Country School Harrison P. O.. N. V. f?u\ i pr"pared for HOTCHKISS, GROTON. ANDOVKHA oth-r schools. Special raton for Bva-day boarder?. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE 24 hour elevator service ?a convenient feature in the Tribune Building,?access to your office at all ?time. We can ahow you single offices or suites, or will subdividr to suit your needs. The building is well run with plenty of air and light and tile rentals ?tc moderate for the location?but a step to th? Brooklyn Bridge, subway and elevated. For floor plan, more information, or an appointment to see the offices 'phone our afent on premises, Lf?la? 3000 ?he (Tribune ?Butt?inp' *<?