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John W. Sterling.
Lawyer, Dies on
A Fishing Trip
Well - Known Counsellor
Succumbs to Heart
Disease in Canada
Rockefeller Adviser
Firm of Which He Was Senior
Member Defended Henry
Ward Beecher
.lohn \V. Sterling, senior member of,
the law tirm of Shearman & Sterling:,
55 IVall Street, died unexpectedly of ?
heart disease Friday evening at the
castle of Lord Mount Stephen, at Grand
Metis, on the Metapedia River. Canada,
where he was spending a vacation. He ;
was in his sevotitv-fourth year.
Mr. Sterling lived at 912 Fifth Ave-i
TRAVEL
nue. He was in his usual health when
he departed for his annual salmon fish- ?
ing vacation on Saturday, June 13, and
letters that ho wrote as recently as
Thursday night were received yester?
day morning at his office in the Na?
tional City Hank building. It had been
Mr, Sterling's custom for many years
to visit Lord Mount Stephen's castle
and preserves on the Metapedia Uiver.
Mr. Sterling took with him on his vncn
tion thi?i year Percy Rockefeller, .lames
A, Stillman, chairman of th? board "f
(tie National City Bunk; Charlea V.
Rich, vice-president oi mat institution,
and S. M. Swenson. The news of Mr.
Sterling's death came yesterday in a
dispatch sent by Percy Rockefeller to
Mr. Sterling's law partner, .lohn A.
Garver, Mr. Sterling's body will ar?
rive Monday night, and the funeral ser?
vices will be on Tuesday.
Famed as an Organizer
Although probably one of the most
widely known lawyers because of his
prominence in connection with men of
large affairs and corporations, Mr. .Ster?
ling had not appeared as an advocate
in court for many years. Me was a man
of remarkable ability ns an organizer.
Ho was executor and a trustee of many
large estates. Among these were the
estates of the late 11. 11. Rogers, Lord
Strathcona, William L. Scott, prominent
in the affairs of the Erie Railroad;
Charles J. Osborn, Matthew C, P. Bor- i
den and James Stillman, chairman of j
the board of the National City Rank. !
For many years he was the confidential
adviser of the late James J. Hill and,
up to his death, of William Rockefeller.
The firm of Shearman & Sterling is
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fast steamers afford direct rail connections for the
popular resorts of the Catskills, the Adirondacks, the
Berkshires, Lake George and points North, East and
West. The convenient and comfortable route between
New York and Albany
Through steamer leaves Desbrosses St., daily, including Sunday, 8.40 A. M.;
W. 42d St., 9.00 A. ML; W. 129th St., 9.20 A. M.; Yonkers, 9.50 A. M.; slopping
at Bear Mountain. West Point (week days only), Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, Kings?
ton Poirvt, Catskil!, Hudson and Albany. Through rail tickets between New York
and Albany and Troy Evening Line tickets accepted for passage. Orchestra.
Restaurant.
Poughkeepsie steamer leaves dailv including Sunday, Desbrosses St., 10 A. M. ;
West 42d St., 10.20 A. M.; West 129th St.. 10.40 A. M.; Yonkers, 11.10 A. M..
for Bear Mountain, West Point (week days only), Cornwall, Newburgh and
Poughkeepsie, and return.
On Saturdays steamer leaves Desbrosses St., 2; W. 42d St., 2.20; W. I29th
St., 2.40; Yonkers, 3.10, for Bear Mountain, West Point, Cornwall, Newburgh,
Poughkeepsie, Kingston Point, Catskill and Hudson. ,
Half fare rates for all soldiers and sailors in uniform between Day Line landings.
Reiigious and patriotic services each Sunday, 2.15 P. M., in Pavilion No. 2,
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Sailings every Saturday
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Frequent calls at Nassau, Bahama?
Literature and full Information on Request
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completely prearranged for Individual
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Infor?naHon, etc., from
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Frequent Sailings
New York- Liverpool
DRAFTS & MONEY ORDERS
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SOUTH AMERICA. New York to Valparaiso
thetugh Panama l'anal, calling at principal ports
of In?u ami Chile Hailing di.- on request. V. S.
A l"fc,-?0i- Une, Pass. Dent., KM Pearl Street, Now
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Up the Hudson
150 dellghtul miles on tlio
"BENJ. B. ODELL"
to Newburgh, Beacon, Poughkeepsie
and return.
Restaurant, Music, Eunch Room.
Franklin St., 9 a. m.; W. 129th St.. 9:30 a. m.
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
Hudson River Night Lines
New York?Albany?Troy
Leave Pier 32, N. P., foot C'ana] st., week
days, G P. M.; Sundays and holidays, 9 P.
M.; West 132d st., lialf hour later.
During July Steamer ?""Berkshire" will
?all from New York on odd dates. Steamera
[ Trojan and Itensseluer on even dates.
\ Kiprcsa freight servie?. Automobiles carried.
! Sunday day trips to Newburgh and return, ?1.00.
Hudson Navigation Company.
TROY EVENING LINE
Daily Except Saturday
TO TROY DIRECT
Mod?rn steH freight and passenger steam
i ers "Clermont" and "Onteora" leave foot of
l Christopher flt., dallv, except Saturday,
! 6:00 P. M.; Went 42nd St., 6:20 P. M. ;
(West 129th St.. 6:46 P. M. Due at Troy
j 6:00 A. M. Restaurant. Horses and auto?
mobiles carried. Tel. Spring 1840.
CONEY ISLAND
Special Schedule SUNDAY, .HTI-V 7.
LV. W. 129 ST.. U.40, 10.30, 11.30, 12.30, 1.15,
2.00, 2.4".. 3.30, 4.15, 6.15, ti.:;0, 7,HO. R.30.
PIER I, N. R.. 10.20. 11.15, 12.15, 1.15. 2, 2.45.
3.30. 4.15, T'.OO. 6.00, 0.40, 7.15. 8.15. 9.30.
CONEY ISLAND, til 25, 12.25, 1.25, +2.2,', 3.10,
3.55. ?4,55, 5.25, 6 10. *7.10. 7.50. fi.25. 9.25. 10.30.
Trips marked * do not, go to 129th St.
Trips marked t do not Mop ?it Pier I, N, R.
ROCKAWAY BEACH
Lv. W. 129 St., 9 :<0 A.M.; Plfr I. N. R., 10.15 A.
M.. 2:15 P.M.; R'k'w'y. 12:15. 5:30 PM. Tel.R?o.872.
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COLONIAL LINE
BOSTON, srsn
PROVIDENCE Biraeot
ATX Ol'TSIDE STATKROOMS, $1 to 99.
Week days and Sundays at 5:30 P. M. from
Pier 39, N. P.. foot West Houston St
'Phone Spring 0401.
Worcester. $8.82. Providence direct, $2.84)
STATEROOMS, ?l.OO. $1.50, St.OO.
Doily, including Sunday, 5:30 P. M.
trom Pier 19, K. K. 1'hono 2700 Beekman
Daylight Trips
Long Island Sound
Str. CHESTER W. CHAP?N
To New London?Mondays Only
I,v. Pier 40. N. R., Houston St., 10:00 A. M.
t,v Pier 70, E. H., 22nd St., 10:30 A. M.
Duo New London?5:15 1'. M.
The New England Steamship Co.
WEEKDAY and SIMl.W TRIPS to
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Kniind I HO Sundays ami Holidays, 85a
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John W. Sterling
now counsel for the National City
Hank, t h o National City Company,
the Second National Hank, the 'Citi?
zens' National Hank, the Hank of Mont?
real, the Consolidated Cas Company
and its affiliated pas and electric com?
panies, the Anaeomja Copper Companyfi
the Great American Insurance 'Com?
pany and many other equally promi?
nent institutions and corporations. It
was through Mr. Sterling and James
Stillman that George B. Cortelyou be?
came president of the Consolidated
Gas Company of New York ten years i
ago. |
Graduate of Yale
Mr, Sterling was born in Stratford, i
Conn., on May 14, 184-1. He was the ?
son of Captain John William Sterling
and Catherine Tomlinson Plant Stci-i
ling. His father, when lie retired from i
the sea, had commanded some of the i
linest clipper ships plying between i
this country and China and South j
American ports. John W. Sterling i
was graduated from Stratford Acad?
emy as its valedictorian and entered I
Yale College. He was awarded one of j
the Townsend prizes by his election ?
to the honorary fraternity of Hhi Heta i
Kappa. He was graduated from Yale !
in 18i)4 with high honors. Yale, in
1803, conferred upon him the honorary
degree of LL. D. Mr. Sterling was a ;
profound student of English literature
and history under Professor Noah Por?
ter. He entered Columbia College Law
School and was graduated as valedic?
torian in 1867. 0
He entered the law office of David
Dudley Field as a clerk, and left it,
in May, 1808, to become managing
clerk for another lnw partnership, but
at the end of a year he returned to
become a partner of Field & Shear?
man. Mr. Field retired in 187I5, and
the firm became Shearman & Sterling,
of which Thomas G. Shearman, who be?
came prominent as a negro emanci- I
pator, was the senior partner. It was
the firm of Shearman & Sterling that
defended the Rev. Henry Ward ,
Heecher in the suit brought by Theo?
dore Tilton. That controversy lasted
two years.
Represented Rail Interests
In recent years Mr. Sterling had been :
personally associated in the most im- j
portant legal affairs of many railroad j
corporations, their formation, reorgan
RESORTS
?zntioii and foreclosure. These have
included, nnung others, tho Canadian
Pacific, Chicago, St. Louis & Pitts?
burgh; International & Gicat North?
ern, South Carolina, Columbus, Chi?
cngo & indiana Central; (ireat North?
ern, and the Duluth & Winnipeg.
Mr. Sterling as trustee for the
Charles J, Oaborn estate erected the
Miriam Oaborn Momo for Aged Gentle?
women at Rye, N. Y., which cost more
than $500,00(1 This building was con?
structed under Mr. Sterling's personal
supervision.
Mr. Sterling was a director or trus?
tee in the following companies: As
tt ria Light, Heat and Power Company,
Atlantic Coast Electric Railway Com?
pany, Bond and Mortgage Guarantee
Comprtny, Central Union (?as Compatyy,
Consolidated Cus Company of New
York, Duluth. South Shore & Atlantic
Railway Company, East River Gas
Company of Long Island City, Amerl- i
can Alliance Insurance Company, Great j
American Insurance Company, Munie-j
ipal Lighting Company, Mutual Trust
Company of Westehester County, Na?
tional City Hank of New York, The Na?
tional City Company, National Coke
and Coal Company, New Amsterdam
Gas Company, New York and Queens
Electric Light and Pow.t Company,!
New York and Queens lias Company, ;
New York Edison Company, New York
Mutual Gas Light Company, The '?
Northern Union Gas Company, North
I em Westchester Lighting Company,
Peekskill Lighting and Railroad Com
' pany, Richmond Light :md Railroad
Company, Standard Gas Light Com?
pany of the City of New York, United
Electric Light and Rower Company,
Virginian Railway Company and West
ehester Lighting Company.
He was a member of the following j
clubs and social organizations: The |
New England Society, American Fine ?
Arts Society, Phi Beta Kappa and
Alpha Delta Phi, Down Town Club, j
Tuxedo, Union League, University, j
Lawyers', Yale, Metropolitan, Union, j
American Yacht.
Mr. Sterling never was married. He j
is survived by two sisters, Miss Cor- !
delia Sterling'and Mrs. R. F. Bunnell, I
a widow, both of whom live in Strat?
ford, i
Forger Sent to Prison
Judge Gives Man Ten Years
for Using Another's Name
Emil Erick, formerly a foreman at
the North Beach shipyard, was sen?
tenced to ten years in Sing Sing prison j
yesterday by Judge Smith, in the
Queen's County Court. He had been
convicted on a charge of forgery. The
evidence showed that he had drawn a
check to himself and signed the name
of E. Sanders to it. When the check
reached the Queens County Trust Com?
pany it was found to be worthless.
Erick, the police learned, served terms
at Sing Sing and at the New Jersey
State Prison for similar offences.
-.-.
Fall From Hotel Window
"Nightmare," Says Victim J
A man registered at the Hotel Gerard
as Edward A. Wells, of Pasadena, Cal.,
plunged earlv vesterday morning from
the window of his room on the second i
floor to West Forty-fourth Street be?
low. His skull was fractured and he ?
was taken to Polyclinic Hospital. He :
told the police that he must have had!
a nightmare.
Frederick Costello, of 102 West'
Forty-fourth Street, declared that!
Wells climbed to the window sill and
jumped deliberately.
RESORTS
THE GRISWOLD
EASTERN POINT NEW LONDON CONNECTICUT
Finest Summer. Qesort Hoiel insSfmericA
Two and One-Half Hours from Boston and New York
OPEN JUNE 15 TO SEPT. 15
ONE OF THE COOLEST POINTS ON'LONG ISLAND
SOUND.
EINEST GOLF IN NEW ENGLAND AT SHENECOS
SETT COUNTRY CLUB. ALEX SMITH. GOLF
PROFESSIONAL. YACHTING, BOATING, BATHING
AND TENNIS. SADDLE HORSES. A LA CARTE
GRILL.
ALL MILK, CREAM, POULTRY, EGGS AND VEGE?
TABLES SUPPLIED BV THE FAMOUS BRANFORD
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Home of the Fnmons
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A. J. & C. V. Murphy, Mgri.
THE BALSAMS
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NKW AM) BEAUTIFUL KIltEPUOOF ADDITION.
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TOURING TIME
IN NEW ENGLAND
HILL? AND FIELDS ARE GREEN
WITH FOLIAGE. THE KO/VIIH ARE
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Steal a f.-w days from wartime worry
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return Invigorated and ready- to renew
your work. All Hotels of the New
England Hotel Association are members
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An Ideal Summer Home for 400 Guest*
The Lending Hotel of
Block Island, Rhode Island.
Rates??4. |5 ; with bath. ?6, ?7. Weekly, ?25-145.
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Roads m Excellent Condition
Rent? Books and Circulars ua request
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An Attractive Summer Home on the Water
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Alvah H. Martin
Dies at Age of 60
Former Virginia Republican
National Committeeman
Passes Away at Norfolk
NORFOLK, Vn., July (?. Alvah II.
Martin; former member of the Repub?
lican National Committee, wealthy
bunker ami one of Virginia's most.
prominent resilient?, died at his home ?
here this morning;. He was sixty yearn
old. /
Mr. Martin entered pol?tica when he
was elected clerk of Norfolk County,
a position he held for more than thirty
years. He served as delegate to the
Republican national conventions of
1896, 1900 and 1904, and was delegate
at-large in 190K and 1912. When the
Jamestown Exposition w.is threatened
with financial failure in October, 1907,
he was chosen as director general, and
by his able management paid all debts
and saved the enterprise from bank?
ruptcy.
General Joseph Martin, Mr. Martin's
great-grandfather, served with dis?
tinction in the early Indian wars and
in the Revolution. Colonel James G.
Martin, his father, fought in the war
of 1812.
"Granny" MacWilliams Dead
Mrs. Mary C. MacWilliams. of 201 J
Stockton Street, Brooklyn, who had
been "Cranny" MacWilliams to the j
neighborhood longer than her oldest,
neighbor could remember, died on Fri- !
day in Kings County Hospital. She j
was 102 yours old, a Civil War widow, |
and had lived alone for more than !
forty years.
-?
Rear Admiral Aaron Ward
To Be Buried To-day
Tht nierai of Rear Admiral Apron
VY -d. I . S. N. (retired), vho died Fri?
da.., "ill be held to-day at !i::S0 p. m.
at hid home, in Roslyn, Long Island.
Burial will take place at Greenwood ;
Cemetery, Brooklyn, at 5:30 p. m.
RESORTS
New Aid for Service Men
Free Information Booths Are
Opened at Both Rail Stations
Information booths for the benefit
of soldiers anfl sailors have been es?
tablished by the Red Cross at the
Pennsylvania Station and the Grand
Central Terminal. They are open from
9 a. m. to ?J p. m.
Here strangers belonging to the ser
vico cnn get reliable information as
to the best places to find lodgings and
meals. Hooks and writing materials
also are on hand for the men. Tho
service, which has been particularly
useful in straightening out tangles re?
sulting from misunderstanding of the
exact intent of new cent-a-mile rail?
road rate for enlisted men, is sup?
ported by voluntary contributions from
the station crowds.
Arthur L. Trunk and Mrs. Margaret
Burlingamo are in charge of |h<;
booths.
Plan Negro Labor Union
Socialists and Hebrew Trades
Aim to Organize Them
If plans which are being made by
the Socialist, party, in cooperation with
the United Hebrew Trades, materalize,
the negro laborers of the country will
be organized in a vast labor union. Ac?
cording to an announcement yesterday
looking toward this end, by Joseph
Schlossber, general secretary of the
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of
America, who is aiding in the organiza?
tion work, Charlen W. Ervin, Socialist
candidate for Governor; Morris Hill
quit and Judge Jacob Panken are taking
an active interest in the plan.
The task of arousing the interest 01
the negro workers has been intrusted
to the National Association for the Pro?
motion of Labor Unionism Among Ne?
groes. Chandler Owen, well known as
a writer, is president of the associa- !
tion; A. Philip Randolph is secretary
treasurer.
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Golf, Tcnpla, Boating, Swim
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Booklet at 11X0 Broadway, or ItufTner Bureau, Hotel Mc
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tl.OCO Yards.
Daily Concert?Dancing.
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Nortk
Asbxxvy Park
N.J.
QBarlboroiigb'-SlenMiH
THE LEAOINB RESOhr HOUSE OF THE WORLD
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
"THE NATIONS HEALTH SHOP"
HEALTH la BFFICIBNCY
A Germicide Climate and Clean Street?.
No Dust. No Dirt. Innumerable Out?
door Recreation? and Indoor Entertainment?
Ownfshii, M-tUfitot J08UH WHITE atONt CO.
NEW JERSEY,
T?lglu on the beach. Every room pcean view,
A quiet, restful, refined, homelike family
hotel of 100 rooms. Surf and still water
bathing, tennis, Kolf, dancing. Country sur
rounding?; no boardwalk. Booklet.
THE LAFAYETTE
Exclusive patronage. Kraut ?ful suites
with hath. Bachelor apartment? with tub.
needle and shower baths. Open to Oct. 1.
Season rates. White service. M. If. FROST,
Owner and Manager, Asbury Park, N. J.
HOTETj CHAMPtAIN ? Bluff mint-on-Lake
Chunplain?CUattm Co., N, X. Writ? for Booklet.
-feA^MONMO?TB
SpringLake Beach, N. J
LARGE OCEAN FRONTAGE;
SAFE SURF BATHING.
TENNIS, GOLF, FISHING, ETC.
| DAILY CONCERTS AND
DANCING.
L
FRANK F.5HUTE.M6RJ
ideal Home tor Spring and Summer
HOTEL MONTCLAIR
MONTULAIR. N. ,J.
MOST DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED
RESIDENTIAL HOTEL IN NEW
YORK'S (SUBURBS. OPEN THF; EN-1
TIRE YEAR. Exclusivo clientele.
Goll. Splendid Orchestra. Dancing.
English Grill. Private Motor Bus
Meets Eackawanna Trains.
FREDERICK C. HAIE COMPANY.
Spring Lake Beach, N. J.
Ocean front. .Surf bathing, tennis, golf,
saddle horses, music. Ideal family
hotel, exclusive clientele. Excellent ta?
ble, good service. No mosquitoes, aid
no bar. Ownership Management.
LOUIS N MOSS.
ESSEX AND SUSSEX
Spring Lake Beach, N. J.
America's Finest Resort Hotel.
Hot and Cold Sea Water Service.
DAVID B. PLUMER, Manager.
Frank T. Keating, Assistant Manager.
TmYMOI?.AiiAm?Tl
1 WORLD'S GREATEST HOTEL SUCCESS
HOTEL BOSCOBEL SST?tA fifc
Always opnn. Am. & Ku. plans. Booklet. A.E.Marlon.
HOTEL ASPINWALL
LENOX, MASS. HOWE ?, TWORf>GER, IHtr?.,
SUMMER
RESORT DIRECTORY
NEW YORK
HOTEL AUSABLE CHASM
AUSAHLK CHASM. N V
Meal mountain resort near ?.trance to the famous
111 Mm JOHN ,f QUINLAN, Manager.
SPA SANATORIUM
TialUton Spa, N. Y.
For Health and Recreation,
New Suraiin'H Spring booklet?,
The. New Oleason, Chaut?ur|Ua, N, V <>n the
lake shore; elevation 1.400 feet, The original CJiaa
lamina on the only ('haiitauniia Lake Modern, r?a
sonable: no ill"? ?r mosquitoes. Ideally *afc condl
tlons for ladles ai;.I children. Geo B Gleason. M<rr
HEAR M?1 STAIN CAMP
rilANP.KHKY LAKE, N. T.
Elevation 1.700 fe*t. Maths and mn.|?rn phimh
Ing Overlooking the. larger, lake In the Adiron
' ALGONQUIN T?SS?'
Ideal location. Excellent cuisina and service. All
amusement?. Kp?.'lal July rate?, llsn'lmm? Illus?
trated booklet. B. T. PKNF1EL0, Owner and Prop
CROT?N FALLS u',:STr?!f:rTi:,?r"'
Just a iilnin farmhouse, with wholesome, natural
surroundings; alrv rooms, gond food Chlchester,
'"rotor Palls, Westchoster Cd., New Vnrk.
TERRACE HALL ?g?*?*
Elevation L'.OOO ffnt Accommodation I"0 Or-hestr?.
! Dam-lug. Excellent table. Reasonable ratev Write
' for booklet JOS. GINSBERG, Mur
CRYSTAL LAKE HOUSE
KREEPORT, L. I.
flie Louse people f-nnie bsek to. All modem Improv?
ments; electric Indu?, fire escapee, telephone, baths
AT GREEN UKE.
PERRY HOUSE *%2SP &u?
swimming, danniiR. amusements. Booklet.
M. IV 1'KltRV.
OI.ll
Lake Ronkon
konia Bathing, Pishing, Boating Own farm Hat?*
JI0 ?1J prr week. Auto paries aceomrondated.
Bowling Bllnys and dancing JOHN L YI.HK
THE DR. C. 0. SAHLER SANITARIUM
Kingston on-Hudson, N. y. Treating mental,
nervous, functional disorders and addictions Psy?
cho Tberapeufle method, A staff of tito physicians
and healers. S?nd for leaflet "F "
THE NEW HERMITAGELakB NB"Y",?rt'
Best of fishing, hosting and bathing rtno acre park;
erery comfort and convenience Booklet on appli?
cation to David Scanlln, Bonaparte, N V
PEARL POINT
LAKE GEORGE, N V
In Ihn Narrows open July 1st to September IMh.
.1 Sutherland Stuart.. Shelving Bock. V V.
DART HOUSE ??S3?S5
Quiet., homelike; desirable for ladies unescorted;
central; Kuropi^n i>i&j: ; reasonable : convenience ;
accommodates DO Mrs. Henry Marks Dar', Mgr.
The WREN COTTAGES. Thousand Island Park.N.Y.
On the at Lawrence Hirer. Golf. Tennis, Dancing.
Boating, Bathing. Fishing. Modern conveniences;
home cooking. Moderato prices; booklet. A.
Glfford_*_ Son. Fr..i*?
HOTEL UNCAS
UNCAS, N. Y. On beautiful Lake Georg?. A
homey hotel amid ideal surroundings. Moderate rates.
Booklet. _ JAMES I.. BIRT
Hotel Wanakena, ?S^g?&. ??*
Id?al vacation ppo?. h<-art of tiie Adirondack?.
Larra verandas; open fireplaces; boating, buti?ng,
*i-illcm. Writ? for terms
The Thompson Glen Entrance Cottages
ino.; Franklin St., Watkins, N Y.
Rooms with pYivate hath Garaje.
CHARLES THOMPSON. Prop.
The IRVINGT?N EST.F?oot ?i
Catsklll Mountain. Good home cooking. li?tes. $10
f 1 - double; $12-$14 single, room. Inquire Personal,
40.' First ate., New York. ANDREW KAHL, 1'rop.
NEW ENGLAND
NORFOLK INN
Norfolk. Utehfield Counts', (r,?,B
Elevation 1.400 fcrt; fin? ??If co>irt#, tma.
court?, Opi>n June to November. Hear/ R, ??J
WHITE HART INN~~
Salisbury, Conn.
OPEN MA? 1ST
STANLEY COTTAG?T"
MAGNOLIA, MAHR.
Room* and lK-ar'1 II' m? f'^rafarta
Address, H B HTAVL?r.
THE MAPLEWcfclP
PITTOTTELD. R?rk.l,Ire Cc . Mw Vrpen jC^
Nor. Golf ?t country elub; i? i?'??. Bata tu?
leU, A'it/, Road Map let '. Aifnirn W. ri,Oa?
TEMPLETON INN "
TBMPLETON MASS.
Opern -Ture 27
Mod?rai? Kar.?., i'.ookle?.
in the Berkshire?
THE GREYLOCK v-???**m.
modcr;: ro'<-l noted for Its ge-.ta! ?j,i' *_.
i hospitality HENRY V TEAGt K. ?LZ?'
MAPS
and _
NEW JERSEY
HILLMAN'-S HOTEL. Pine Brook. M. J? ? fc
Pines; 4'io feet elevation : recommended' ?r ?s?
dann; natural springs; bathing, f. - .-?-. t>.j2L'
good table; Improvements; koeber; &0e re-nra"!*.
from A*. Y M Hillman. 'Phone PalrfleM ?r* ?7
THE LEIGHTON
POINT PLEASANT BEACH. N .1 ntreettv ?
fil-un All ?<,%i?,ra Attractions N'rv.v rip??
T T DOLBEY. BOBEBT M. Cnryccf1,
p?xNnsyia'a?iaT
MONOMONOCK INN #>g?a
Mountain Home's leading hotel. The beat'
mmt,
Mgi.eo and one of the most up-to-date betJa?ljS
Poconos. Notedfor I!? g...o-l taSne and reasonablet??
"HAWTHORNE ???T""
eomteOaj
POCONO MOUNTAIN HOUSE
MOUNT POCONO, PA.
Capacity -00. 41 years ownership mnrijuujo
E. L". HOOKER, Mp,
HAWTHORNE INI
MT POCONO. Pa.
Von-housekeeping <-r--agr? ro rent !n
with ir.n. L. M DENGLER. Booklet.
MICHIGAN
THE OLD HISTORICAL
JOHN JACOB ASTOR HOUSE
MACK1NAC ISLAND. Mich. Open? July 4:b Urn
pean plan. .Special weekly rales. EtU I'.iaon, '?r
CANADA
PINEIIAI.K SIMMER RESORT, Gull L*.
Gravrnhurst. MusKok?. Ont Elevation IOS? ???I
Fever a:h? st Unknown Band] Be* M.derri ftt-f
renlences. First L'laas Culalnn Rates Moderate
J 1> BBOWN, Pro?
MANSION HOUSE
Cottages & Bungalows
Housekeeping; or Non-IIousekeep.'na;.
Fishers Island, N. Y.
Off New London. Very Accessible.
Sound and Ocean. Seashore and Country,
A Unique, Ideal Summer JKesort.
Always Cool.
Hunting;, bathing;, fishing, golf, tennis,
good roads. delightful walks, orchestra;
-pin-mus shady lawns and piar?a?;
rooms with bath or running; water;
milk, cream, poultry, vegetables from
our farms: fish and lobsters from adja?
cent waters; diet kitchen for vouna;
children; certified milk.
WM. F. INGOLD, Mgr.
FISHERS ISLAND, N. Y.
'The Highest Clans Hotel in the Catskills.
iCATSKILL MOUNTAINS. Altitude 2,500 it.
Now Open. Scenery Unequalled.
? UNDOUBTEDLY "MOUNTAIN YEAR"
CO degrees cooler than X. V. t'iry. Perfect
sanitary conditions. Pure spring water.
'Orch'-stra; dancing
Instructors; prizes
i golf, tennis, billiards.
pool, bowling. Oscar
Hautet"'? saddle bor
rates. Army tents, ral
.pcciai attractions
and Inducements
r the y0unger set.
Special family
... il floors.
HARRISON S. DOWNS, Prop.
Hlghmount P. O., N. Y.
ADIRONDACKS
LAKE PLACID, N. Y.
OPEN UNTIL OCT. Every convenience to mee; tha
requirements of reflned people; exceptional table;
orchestra; private I aths
FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR RENT.
I All out of door Adirondack diversions Circular.
M. ?. MARSHALL. Lake Placid. N. Y.
IOTELGRAMAT?N
28 Minutes from Grand Central.
A city hotel In a country setting. AH
? outdoor aporta. Full Train Schedule.
Special rates for yearly reservations.
HOTEL GRAMATAN
Lawrence r*ark, Bronxville, N.Y.
Aia 0. Gallup, Vlea-Pmldant.
ESTPORT Hfl'
Own Golf Links, Tennis. Boating,
Bathing and fishing. Orch-atra.
Steam heat. Supplies from nearby
farms. $28.00 per week up. Booklet.
COTTAGES IN CONNECTION.
H. P. SMITH, Manager
\Vcstport on Lake Champlaln, New Tork.
PAUL SMITH'S HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY.
rfouselteeplng cottages and camp?; also privat?
i hotel cottages. Ail hotel rooms with bath, private
! telephone, electric light and steam beat. Electrie
? eleva'or to all hotel and annex floor?. Music and
dancing afternoon and evening In drill. Oolf.
i Autnnioh?ing. Through reun?an ?tu-vlee direct to
i hotel via N Y. <". and l'aul Smith's Kltstrlo K R.
i t'apaeitv 500. Add res? PAUL SMITH'S HOTEL
CO.. Paul Smith'?, N. V.
Centre of All Adirondack Attractions
STEVENS HOUSE
LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK
Open?Extensively lmpi-nvf.il?All Recreation?
Hot and cold water and Um? Distance T?l?phona
In rooms. Choice furnished cntiages fur rent
STEVENS HOTEL CO., Lake Placid, N. Y.
Notice to former Patrons
The O-te-sa-ga
on Otsesro Lake, Cooperstown, N. V.
Open until Octoher 1st.
C. B. Knott, Proprietor and Manager
WHITEFACE INN
?LAKE PIACID, N. V. now OPEN
Modern In ?II Its appointments
! CHOICE COTTAGES AND CAMPS FOB RHVr
J. J. SWEENEY, Manaefr
! Winter?Highland Park Hotel, Alken SO.
PROSPECT HOUSES
Shelter Island Heights. I,. I., N. Y.
NOW OPEN. Golf, Tennis, Yachttnt-,
Bathing, i.arage, Danoe and Con?
cert dally. Accommodates 300,
MAINE?NEW HAMPSHIRE
THE IDEAL VACATION LAND
com, & DKi.innTFix ct.?matk--wonderful
BCKN?B??SOCIAL ATTRACTIONS?AU I'aaUiua?,
The Mountain Paradise
KITTATINNY
DEL AWARE V/AYER GAP.PA,
OPEN TO DECEMBEB leading -post modes
hotel ii' ".'? fa a n - mountain reg? . -apic?f
500; situated In r-riva''- pa-k with miles of
walks and irai-. 2 ui .a-- with -.\:'l flew??
magnificent views; hotel contains ?lev?t?.
eat. log fires electric lights. B?C
telephones, \V. C. telegraph, pr-.ta-.e and pofc
running water In rooms, spado?
porches and sun parlors; table constantly es>
piled from our owi extensive farms; nrcbesta
of soloists, every Indoor amuseaient and ?s
?1 or Bport golf, tennis, 'a.! lie horses mcc
tain climbing, excellent boatii g, bathing u:
fishiuz. Write for illustrated booklet, m
mobile mar* and special American plan, its;
terms; grill room u-tt.li a ?a cane service; a?
garage; coaches meet trains. LacJtawlBi
It. II.. ownership management. /
JOHN I't-RDT ron
84 MILES BY AI 'TOMDBII.R
(iOOI) ROADS ALL THE WAY
? HOTEL U
NTWOT
NEWC ASTLE-HY-THE-SFA
NEW HAMPSHIRE, near Porta
mouth. Superbly situated i'i a prh
vate park overlooking the Sea. Ac
commodates 500. Golf, tennis, trap
tdiooting, rifle range, dam-ins;, yacht?
ing, tiutliing. deep sea ti-liine, mo?
toring. On [DEAL and NEW ENG?
LAND Tours. ,
WENTWOKTH HOTEL <~0.
H. J. Fl.vnn, Amt. Man.
Now Boo k i ii:; Accommodations,
243 5th Ave.. New York.
Traveling
You should safeguard
your money. The sur?
est and most convenient
way is to always carry
American Express
Travelers CWqug*
Sitd in denomination* A
$10?$20?$50-5100?J2t0
Ask far (be m at
American Express Office*
or at Banks
RICHF1ELD SPRINGS, N. Y.
Pit? Hours New York Ci r va New Yo-k (Will
"HEALTH FIRST"
Great White Sulphur Spring?.
ri.t,i?l ?" Hut,"n? Kstablishment
fishing, Muaic, Dancing, ?,olf. Tenrt
Moating Address Hotels for Part?cula?
!?TA;iA.J.Blocm?eld ??fi?SgX
C?t7?e, ! J D. Car, ^St?JESlT
ON THE EMPIRE TOI BS.
SUNSET PARK INN
Sunset Park, Haines Falls
I a-.sklU Mis. finest 1;.,?.i open June ?g Bo**
: en suite, with aii.i without rrlvat? bath. 0*
i Tennis. Bf.iviinfr. Pool, Billiards Dancing. M>
; concert*. Accommodates 250 Booklet
! C. H. BECKER, MGR.
j THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Ideal country resort, Valhalla Westen??:*
County. X. v.: 12th season. 45 ruin, to i?
\ bt.; sleeping porches, tennis, ?addle hors*
?dancing. Capacity 130: $12 and up; H?
: per day. 'Phone Wh. Pins. 1106. Booki*'
! ON BRAITIFTL LAKE SCNAPBI
Soo-NipiLodgePark co?
l.. M. WAITE. Mgr.
j Lakewood Farm Inn g*?g5{yb
Accommodates too A Higti ?"?ass t"^
, 1st Hotel. N. Y Booking Office. UM ***?
j C I. 8HEKWOOD. U. F. BASSETT, A*
| STAMFORD-IN-Til E-C \TSkII.l-S, Vj,
?The HEXMERETk;
I Open June 27. Booklet at 11S0 B'wayJ^
I FREE ILLUSTRATED SIMMER &$*!
Describing Delaware Water Gap Mount ?JJ
I Creaco. Btroudsburg Po ?? ? Pumml< and K3
I Valley n?*.,ru In Penn*, at t'Mia North tofo.
? Inf. Bureau, or send -l cents In stamps W ^
; DELL P. COLTON CO . 165 Broad?**'. *"? ??J!
The " Glenwood" ^ STo* ?
< nts. all amusements NOW OPEN Bf*Si m
P. It. JOHNSON Prop *?? * *-'->?*??'? ^
COUNTRY"BOARD'_
MOOSE HEAD COTTA?
Pond Eddy. Sullivan County. N. Y--W???L &
I resort; boating, bau?rag. ?iblag; <nsn ?F"
i pues. Booklet

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