THE SUN, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914".
-BLUE HAZE ENVELOPS
s WAR OF CORONERS
jjPcnc.rnto It and You'll Learn
V Whnt It's All About
TiTING, HOTEL, TITLES
j'Mcnmvliilc. Dr.fichultzo, Ostcn-
; sibly on Trlnl, Decides
He's Just the Oont.
, Aside from the fact thnt the Board of
( 'Coroners Is hopelessly divided three to
i. one In tho mutter of the charges against
pr. Otto H. Sehultze, Coronor Tatrlck D.
,tlordan'H phjelelan. for alleged un.
reasonable delay In examining the body
iof a negro woman In the Harlem llos
I'jiltnl and later "Insubordination" to tue
chief clerk, thrso facts nnd allegations
penetrated through the thick bluo haze
' partly smoke In Coroner l'eltiberir's olllce
.yesterday afternoon, where the hearings
on the charges were, resumed for two
That Coroner Itlordan does not con
tribute 110 a month toward a pool for
the salary of' a stenographer whom the
clty of N'ew York does not supply and
that some of the typewriting In the ofllce
Is tho "rottenest ever paid for."
That Coroner Itlordan "takes no graft
nnd gives no graft" (referring to said
That Coroner Itlordan never calls the
chief clerk "mister."
That Coroner Itlordan "always has a
chip on h.s shoulder" (this from said J
That It Is not true that the chief clerk
nald nothing was safe In tho Coroners'
office not even tho pontage stamps
unless It was nailed to the lloor.
That a summer hotel In Far llockaway
did not make enough money for several
clerks In tho Coroners' office.
That Dr. Schultzo has been mi.de a
That Coroner Itlordan Is to mako his
speeches to the reporters outside In tho
future (this from Coroner Felnberg).
And last but not least Coroner Felnberg
to Coroner Itlordan; "Then we are all at
fault." Coroner Itlordan to Coroner Feln
berg : "Ves. except me." C, F. to C. It. :
"Then you are the best Coroner In thu
officer C. It. to C. F. : "Yes."
Would Abolish nunrd.
To understand these things, of course.
It must Unit be realized that Dr Sehultze.
the defendant, Is heartily In favor of
legislation to abolish the Hoard of
To begin with the summer hotel. Oeorge
J.e rirun. ;i clerk In the oilloe. said that
he and Chief Clerk Anton. m D'AIcs&andro
were Interested In It in U'12 but could not
mako any money out of It. albeit they
paid strict attention to both oftlco and
Incidentally Mr. l.o Hrun also said that
there were many romplalnts of delays by
other Coroners' pti slclnns In visiting
cases, but that that was u relevant fact
and had nothing to do with the case.
Coroner Itlordan also charged at this point
that the accusations against Dr. Sehultze
were such an might be brought against
uny man In the olllce. but that fact loo
was too relevant to be worthy of note.
"I don't care about Dr. Sehultze." he
added. "I nm working for a principle."
There followed a long speech, during
which Coroner Felnberg ordered the ste-
f iinariiKher to strike out such expressions
as "bolster" charges, "coerce" witnesses,
and ''loggerheads." Tho postage stamps
entered about here, but the 10 ante for
a stenographer to "facilitate and expe
.11.... t...utn,.u nf the office did not
IJIICT KtIV 1Mt.lttv..-.. " -
develop until Harry Lelitersohn, Coroner
Felnberg a secretary, iikj. m nn.i
. irn.' , information nf the astounded
u. r..rnn,.r Veinlipri- exnlnlneu that
Vj ihn mix- tin tint smmly u stenographer
and that the Coroners, except Itlordan.
contributed to a pool for one. Coroner
Jtlordan KUKFejtcd mat i.e urun nunm
b trained for such service, but he was
Most of tho thick blue hazo arose dur
ing the testimony of D'Alessannro, wno
aald he had Investigated the complaint
nw umh.hta which started with
a letter from the daughter of the woman
whose body was llegel to nave uecii
leil unnoticed uy me imisivmn
...... i.Av.P.. 11m iilnn drew ud
the charges against Dr. Sehultze and
asked for a hearing ny mo oouru.
' Minnies Stricken Out.
The Chief Clerk Coroner Itlordan re-
m , t,..l,l&r" ,n,,M In thA In-
lu lirrti ..I...;, -
dlgnatlon of Coroners .Felnberg. Healey
ami llcllensiein reiusuu iu
rn i -.. V. ,1 tn have, a
i.oroner jnuiunti him ......
rule passel retting a reafconahlo tlmo In
which nhyslclans should oxamlne bodies,
. i ii .1 thA vnlmitn nf the
board, which wero promptly stricken from
the record, nlthough Coroner Itlordan en
deavored to show that the board Itself
was at fault If there nau Deen aemiraun
coroner iiii.i.,i. - ' ,
nlso squabbled as to who Is directly su5
perlor to Coroners' physicians. This pro
duced more thick bluo haze. A letter
IT t...i Bihlnli hJin wrlttsn
was tiiiruuutcii ...
by tho lato Mayor Oaynor complaining
fr a delay in exammmK uuti.ow.
tlcrk satd that Dr Schultzo wan nlmnj
Janift to him It had paused throuKh thrco
53 V.ptd, but also was Btrlcken from tho
When the hearlnc nnany adjourned un-
Ul Vllin t iiuw..
t. ...t.,.!. . tirti u I tnm nod I in lltWIIIHtl
i,Jia I1U1U .PJ n utni'- i-
iof politics. Ho Is "In bad," It seems, be
I ... . . i i t.....i.n
rauso oi ins eninunmsiu iur it--Kini..i'n
looking toward tho abolition of the board.
Coroner Itlordan Is assisted In defending
blm by former AsHlbtaut District Attor
ney Almuth C. Vandiver.
In connection with tho hearings It de
veloped yesterday that tho Civil Service
Commission had Investigated certain
phnsca of the Coroners' office nnd that
Comptroller Frendergast held up somn
vouchers because It was charged thero
was no regular system of certifying tho
time of labor of clerks anil other em
p'oyees until Coroner Felnberg promised
that hi would hlmielf mako out tho sched
ule the next time.
WIFE ASSAILS RICH WIDOW.
Mrs. inn drr l'errln, r,,O0O Dc.
lendiinl. Denies Allenntlon.
' The tr'.iil of tho J25.000 alienation suit
of Mrs. Mary Cone Oldrln of SOD Wash
tngton street, Ilohokon, ngalnst Mrs.
Utatrleo Madeline van der l'errln, a
wealthy widow nf New York and Soiner
vl'li', was begun yesterday before Judgo
Hpeer and a Jury In tho Circuit Court
in Jertey Cit .
Mrs. Oldrln, who is plump and pretty,
tebtllled that bh was mnrrlcd to John 12.
Oldrln In 1S9S In Nw York. They lived
h-pplly for fi'Veii years, alio said, .when
per husband left hir and their two chil
dren and went to live at Mi'B, van der
I'errlii's home in Kuinervllli'.
Mrs. OUIr'n said that her husband was
emphied in a Jewelry store in New York
1 In which Mrs. van der l'errln Is said
to havn a controlling Interest. She put
In evldem.i seventeen letters alleged to
have been wiltten by Mrs. van der l'er
rln. Mrs Oldiln admitted that her hus
band had givui her 20 u wick since their
FIVE HELD IN BALLOT FRAUDS.
omelnt In Mnrphy'n District Ar
rrilril on Indictment.
Flvn mors election officials of the
Twelfth Assembly district, of which
Clinrleei F Murphy Is the lender, wero ar
rented yesterday on Indictment filed Inst
week chanting them with violation of tho
election law at the recent election on tho
qiieiitlon of a constitutional convention.
All provided ball before Judge Cram In
The prisoners arc Jame I,nrrouuo, a
shipping clerk, of H06 Cast Fifteenth
street: John U. Helloiil. metal polishes, a new form of soclnl service will be
02 Kast Sixteenth street. Ullbert :J f I pcrrnanrit.y lntftted nexl Thursday at
tlklf ZltXJr. " l "0rC"" ' lhfl "r,t
Hixteenth street, nnd i:dard Lown, a school for Immigrant women to be con
driver. 813 Hast Fourteenth street. Itnmb ducted In an American factory. Forty
nnd Ilnclcy were ballot clerks and the recently arrived foreigners, workers In
other three Inspectorn of election In tho tho muslin Roods plant of D. 13. Richer A
Thirteenth Election district. There aro
eleven Indictments ngnlnst the flvo men,
(n the Investigation of fraudulent vot
ing at the election which was held April 7
several hundred witnesses have, been ex
amined and twenty-threo men Indicted,
Altogether eighty-eight Indictments have
been filed and tho Investigation Is to bo
SEEK NO LIBERIAN CONTROL.
Knhiit I,oeli A Co, Deny lleported
Desluns an llepulillc.
A member of the firm of Kuhn. Ioeb
A Co. denied yesterday that his firm Is
trying to establish a financial dictatorship
over Liberia. He pointed out that It. I'.
Clark, receiver of customs of that coun
try, whose methods are said to displease
the Llberlan Government. Is an appointee
of tho United States Government nnd not
an agent of the bankers.
He added that a few years ago, as
IJberla was said to be In danger of be
ing taken by Great Ilrltnln and France,
owing to her dftbts to those nations, the
State Depattmeut prevailed upon Kuhn,
Ixcb A Co, and other bankers tn mako
a loan to the republic which helped clear
up her flnanrlnl difficulties. Kuhn, Ioeb
A Co.'s participation In tho loan was
about J 1,500,000.
In order to protect tho bankers nnd to
Insure the repayment of the loan from the
customs of the country the I'nlted States
nppolnted Clark receiver of customs. It
Is necessary ror Liberia to maintain n
military force to protect her holders and
to guard against smuggling. As It was
feared that If the customs revenues wero
paid to the Treasury Department of Li
beria the soldiers might not be paid Mr.
Clark was directed by the Stato De
partment to pay tho military directly from
the customs duties. The handling or ner
funds by an outsider has never been
pleasing to the Ilepubllc of Liberia and
this is not the tlrst time that she has
offered objections to this country.
FINDS IDOLS HIDDEN IN CAVES.
xplorer Slakes Interesting Collec
tion In Writ Imllrs.
Capt, Theodor dn Hooy, a member of
the Hxplorers Club, has Just returned I
from nn expedition to the Islands of tho
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West Indliu, where he collected more
than six hundred archieing cal snec mens.
some for the Ifeyo Miineum of this city.
Capt. di Hooy tlrst visited the region
of Cape Malsl, a wild part of Cuba, und
nent some time prospecting there. Then
he spent six weeks nt Cap.i Macao In tho
eastern district of Sinto Domingo. He
found numerous examples of pre-Colom-
blan pottery in the caves of tho Islands
which were evidently placed thero for safe
keeping when the natives fled from the
One of tho big enves visiten Dy tne
explorer was the Cuevn dc los Negro,
.,'hi.h v.. .'.i.i wn n vrrltnhl., ninrehotian I
of early pottery, stone Implements nnd i
amulets. II spent lour nignts in tno
cave. He said It was largo enough to
shelter a battleship. '
"This Is What I Call Delicious Beer!"
You Will Atttt With Tiat
It H'onJcrJuUy Snappy anJ Rtfruhintl
SrnlNO AN II HtiMMF.R IlliWro,
Quaint Cape Cod
Here you'll find vacation life that
you've longed for a rare combina
tion of the joys of
Shore and Country
Every seaside sport perfect bathing,
fresh and salt water fishing, cruising about
the bajs. Motoring, Golf and Tennis.
A Grand Place for Children
For Ilk'strated Booklet
'Quaint Cape Cod" or "Buzzards Bay"
Write or call t Vacation Bureau, Desk A, 171 Broadway, New York
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
NEW YORK CatsUllls.
ALTITUDE 1,800 FEET.
course anil all simrls Itrnnnl, congenial sjclul
Bimophrre. All city impruvcnuuis.
A ilcllghiful and Beneficial
rhsngn for thosfl HvlnC
in ar the sea-
I I I.eV-
Kor furnished Collages and Ultra fur sale and rent apply Dr. ,S. K. Churchill or W. 11. McAlpIn
llookleia and full purllculns ut all Holds, i'ciIWkci, Ac. at llso llroadway, New York.
FORTY IMMIGRANT GIRLS
FINISH FACTORY SCHOOL
Graduates Will Ikccivo Certifi
cates oi Literacy ns
Co.. t West Twenty-first street, will re
celve as diplomas the board of Educa
tions certificate of literacy.
These Follsh, Italian and Russian girls,
most of whom could not speak a word of
Kngllsh a few months ago, have since last
October been attending classes In the
factory for two hours a day, receiving
the same pay for their attendance as for
their work. On graduation day t.iey will
demonstrate their knowledge of Kngllsh,
civics, history, routes of the city, city
directories and hygiene. They also will
show how their newly acquired knowledge
has Increased their efficiency.
The practical nature of this school and
Its significance wero explained yesterday
by Its principal, Miss Florence D. Myers.
"For the 400 foreign girls In this fac
tory," she said, "wo provide a recreation
room, vacation outings, entertainments
with music and dancing and Instruction
In the history nnd technique of their
own work, while wo glvo them lessons In
the most elementary matters which a girl
In New York should know. The classes
are In session all morning, the girls
coming and going from their work to their
lessons as though the whole factory wero
a school In theory and practice. It Is Im.
possible to express the eagerness the girts
display for knowledge mod the quick
facility with which they learn."
"The purposes of this movement," ay
D. K. Hlcher ft Co., "are to eliminate the
10 per cent, of Illiteracy among our for
cljrn workers, to promote Industrial bet
terment by reducing the friction caused
by failure to comprehend directions and
to decrease tho waste and loss of wage
Incidental to the Illiterate worker. We
find th.t the workers - who have, been
trained' In this school have gained from
20 to 70 per cent. In elllclency."
Among the speakers at the ceremonies
Thursday, to which all Interested In social
betterment are Invited, will be Mary
Antln, who hns written In advance! "He
fore the time comes to say my few words
I shall pray often for the wisdom to put
Into spoken words the stupendous symbol
ism of the occasion. Thu mere outline of
what has been done thrills me with the
sense of the good tidings with which our
age Is ringing and I see visions."
Other speakers and guests will be Prof,
Jeremiah W. Jenks. Miss Anne Morgan.
the Hev. Alexander Lyons, I', v. ciaxton.
John H. Flnley, Thomas W. Churchill.
William H. Maxwell, C. A, I'rosser and
. . .
James M. Lynch.
KELLY-SPRINGFIELD WINS SUIT.
Ilffort to Ilestrnln Itroricnulsntlon I
S. M. Stroock of counsel for the Kelly
Sprlngfletd Tire Company said yesterday
that former Judge Noyes as referee had
decided yesterday In favor of the company
In the suit brought by Albert M I'olack
to restrain tho adoption of the plan of re-
organization of the company
it was sain
on behalf of the company that tho plan
will now be proceeded with, as the Judg-
ment becomes final without appeal.
ahibih a mninn. i,. u,
deposited their bonds with the Hankers
Trust Company. It. was said.
Uottled only by la
Beidletton 1 Worn,
Order from any deslcr.
NEW YORK Catskllls.
any of followintr
for terms nnd information:
Nrw (.Irani House
tire) court Inn
The Hamilton. .
llrunklyn Hall.. .
Maple Itest.. i,
Craft I'arin House
Par View House
Cold .Spring House, to ilrcenhurst,
Crilarhurst.. 4U 1
4U I Terry Homestead :i
triUNO AND BUMMER RBKORTB.
OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
The vacation of new summer
Mile-high mountains, marvelous
scenery, hundred-mile views.
Outdoorpleasures under wonderful conditions
golf on links near the clouds; canoeing 5,000
feet above the sea ; glorious mountain climbing;
motoring and driving on the roof of New England.
Air that is a joy and a tonic.
Delightful social life. Best people from everywhere.
D1XTIU.K SOTCH, H. II.
Tho Mount I'leitaant
lUlinill WOODS, N II.
Tt TCitnmtMk and
MrHIIHM. X. II
wmtrnrtn. y. n.
IXTtltVALL N, U.
rxiwroM' koicii. .1, u.
TWI VilCJTlt. I.E.
Rnnatt Illll IIomimi
Mom III U, X II,
ntiMotu .vuan. n. u.
lintTTOI WOODS, !. B
New York, New Haven & Hartford R.R.
Boston & Maine R. R.
NEW YORK CaUkUla,
The Gatskill Mountains
Ttie hlih altitude, romnnllc icenrry, crn
flrldn towrrlnr craft, native iratideur. wild
wood chirm, attractive hotels, bnsntlog
houses, farm houses, uout slrcains. popular
walks, drives, paries and the purest and test
air la this historic, picturesque sod healthful
paradise are the attrsctlons that Increase lis
popularity each year as a summer resort.
THE ULSTER & DELAWARE R. R.
reaches all points In this mountain sanitarium
and treat pleasure fround. and In connection
with West Shore It. ft. operates ihrouin
trains, Includlnt rullman scn lce.
The RIP VAN W INKXK KXPRFAS wlU
lesva Cortlandl Buret 11:0 noon. West
Und Street t o'clock P. II. dally eicept
Steamers of the Hudson Itlvrr nay Una
make direct connection at Kingston Point
with afternoon trains for all points Id the
The summer time schedule for seaaon of
1914 will co In effect Sunday, June Mth.
The annual Illustrated book with revised
map of the Cataktll Mountain section, also map
showlnc the treat Ashokan Iteemolr, and
contalnlnt corrected list of over 1.UO hotels
and boardtnc houses, will tie sent free on re
ceiptor S cents postal e.
N. A. BIWS, General rassenter Atent.
Elngston, N, V.
SUNSET PARK INN
Am CottmaM. llalnea Falls. N. T.
Accommodates 2(tf. Itooms with bath, elec
tric lights; Oolf. Tennis. Uoatlnt, ri.hlni.
Orchestra, Dsnclnr. Pur Water. nates
moderate. UooKlaL JOHKl'll UVH.VEa.
IIOTKL CATHKII.U Palenvllle. N. Y. Acc.
200. all outside rooms, beautiful pine coun
try. elev, 2.000 ft.; all outdoor sports; whole,
nim food; rates rsaeonable. booklet, tiev.
Mountain Side Farm House, Itsnsonvllle,
N, Y, New, modern, In heart of Catakllle,
Freih milk, ff". Ac. Send for booklet. O,
IIEN80NVIU.E HOTEL. Iar rooms, trash
rarm products; unit. II, a. HMITJI, Ilenion
villa. N. Y.
you are colnc to TITK CATSKIII-S send
ror oeauumuy luuairaieq nooaiei or "Tiir:
FINES." W. 1. BOPEIt. Windham. N. Y.
lUnntCs Mountain. Inn, Halnsa rails. N,
Y. Ideal autolst's stopping place. Uarags,
stc. City conveniences.
THE IIKIDRLBKRO. CA THRILL, N. T.
Aa Exclusive Inn of the Iletter Class.
MEW YORK BronivUle,
Spend the Spring Dajri In
Tim Westchester Hills
lawrenre Park. Ilronnllle. N. Y.
NEW YORK Long Island.
LONG BEACH INN-
LONO nKACH INN. 1A)N REACH. L I
I PROSPECT HOUSE
IhIIEI.TI It IHINIHII.ICIITH.L. I..N. Y.
Opens June a7lh. G'olf, Tennis, Yachting,
Iiwiuiua, .minitr. i.i-iiKiiiiui u nmaie, I'urcst
Water, N. 'i , olllce. Hotel McAlpIn. Sllh M. &
n'way, co lluffnrr Hotel llurrau. Ilooklet E.
NEW YORK Alesandrla Raj,
1000 ISLAND HOUSE
aleaandhia iiay, n. y.
O. 0. 8TAPI.P.H, Owner and Proprietor,
Ol'UNH MONDAY. JUNK 22.
Modern appolnlmenls, swimming pool, rolf,
tennis, boating, llshlng and all outdoor amuse,
rntnls. ror engagement of rooms apply to
WM. II. WAHUUIITO.V.
Prince George Hotel, t East 28th st New York,
NEW YORK Cooperslown.
On Otsego Ilte, Cooperslown, N. Y,
OtMSA .TlttlM 93r.l.
Hooking office! Tho IHtkoU. 1 West
, ni., .icw mwru, dm uua ct4umn
8PBINC1 AND SUMMER RESORTS.
Hotels nnd bonrding -
SUMMER TRAIN SCHEDULE
IN EFFECT JUNE 22
Bend for free Socklrt, "TheWhlto
Muunutns of Scvr Hamrwhlrc"
Write or call. Vacation
1T1 UrorUw.y, Koom lit. New
NEW JKItHEY Atlantic City.
The Summer Playground of the Nation
Opportunities lor recreslloa snd ples.ure sra anllmlted. Esch dsy hriaii sdded
sttrsciiont. There sre no dull dsrs In Atlsotlc City. The inett bsthlsl bea.h In the
world, recreslloa piers, btnd concern, tsllisg, fisklei. etc.
The Leading Houses
will famish full Informstlon, rstes, etc., on sppltcstlon.
IMh American snd Kuro
Ilctel snd Snt"rtum.
r.U. Vouos, ilgr.
' Anierlcau 1'lan.
Orn Klitln Year.
Walter i liutby.
r.ll. Off and
II. O. Edwards
i. Welket. aUr,
Hotel St. Chartai
Or-n All Year,
KcwUn llalnea Co.
i. k. ui
St. Charles place and lleach. The popular
section, within sight and sound of the ocean.
S00 large rooms; nil open esposure; private
baths; running water In all rooms; porches,
elevator, etc Cuisine and service best obtain
able, American and European plans. Hpeclsl
May and June rates. Ilooklet. II. J. DINES.
HOTEL NEW ENQLAND
So.-Carollna ave. anil beach; private baths;
running water In rooms; elevator to street
.seal, sun parlor; capacity tli; spsdal rstes;
keek sU BHYAN WILLIAM.
NEW JERSEY Spring Lake Beswh.
Essex & Sussex
Modern and beautiful
Cottage System open June 10
New Hotel July 1
DAVID B. PLUMER, Mgr.
Spring Lake Beach. N. J.
New York Office, 5C9 Fifth Avenue
Frank T. Keating', Room Clerk
Phone 3654 Murray Hill
or Plaza Hotel
THE SH0I.EHAM VMtJST
Modern holel. two mocks rrom ine ocean and
hathlne beach. Now open. Ilooklet. 1!. i:.
Hprlna Ijske Uracil, N. J.
Bsason May 90 to Oct. 1 Now open for
NEW JERSEY Atlantic lllchlnnds.
ONE HOUR 1'IIIIM NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS. N. J.
PENNSYLVANIA Delaware Water Uap.
Home of th
SHAWNEE GOLF COURSE
Address hhawnec-on-Dclaware. Pa., or
2U PUlb Ave., New York. Tcl.ltad.3q.ei33
OPENS JUNE 6
THE M.OUNTAIN PAItAIHSK.
WATEK GAP HOUSE
The leading hnlrl nf Delaware Water Gap. Pa,
Now open. uuoKici msiiea. jonn i'uray cope.
PENNSYLVANIA Mount I'orono.
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE
Enlarced, modernised, Private baths, belli
ess. dancing. FREE OARAGE. OPEN
JUNE SOTII. W. H. 11. M, LKLCH.
Mount Pocuno, Pe"
NEW hPHl'Ci: CAIHN INN Where you
.in rfttrlt trntit; vri,llv .nlarpt.l. ..
NEW YORK Olen Uprlngs.
THE AMERICAN NAUHEIM
Welkins Olrn, on Neneca Ijike, N. Y.
In the Heart of the like Country.
THE GLEN SPRINGS
A Mineral Springs Health Resort and Hotel
Por descriptive booklets and map of Lake
Country, address WM. E. UUrjTtNuWKLU
Prea't, Watklns. N. .
suite with bath, Kuruge; saddle horses; all
amusements, now open, bsoklct, Cresco sta..
Luck, ll.lt. W.J & M. D. Price, Ca.nidensls.Pa;
BTBINO AND SUMMER RI SORTS.
NEW JERSEY Atlantlo City.
Open All Year.
P. P. cook's Sons.
Oiwn All Yciir.
Wm. It. Hood.
In the taihlon.btn I'helM
section. Open All Yesr
i, II. Tbninpvin A Co.
Open All Year,
New York City, via
j. or I'enna, ii. it.
THE LATEST FIREPROOF1 HOTEL
Ameilcsn plsn. Alwsys open. CspscltyoOO. On
batch directly between the two (reel Ocesn Piers
Music snd dincini. tiatstc llluttrsled tilersture
Ownership msnsiement. Prlvsle P. O. Bos 855.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Illtuated directly on the ocean front
with view of the lleach and lloardwalk
from all public lobbies and many guest
American Plan. rapacity 800.
rtAi.TFit .i. ntiznv.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
JOSIAII WII1TB & HONS COMPANY.
trttni Hlrh-clssa Moderate Halo llolel
I ClilHI C Virginia ave.. near lleach
HUkllMnu Klcvalor. nrlvatr baths: French
chefs! evening dinners. Special spring rales ii
up my.i sw up waiy. ihhihici. j. i'. Liirr.
THEL0RAINE5' Ch.arlf" ."?. nr"
. .k V house from beach. Prl-
. 7 sea waier, running
... . ... . tiup. , iv. carton, aagr,
ATI-NTIC CITY, N. J.
America's Famous All. Year Resort.
NEW JERSEY Asbury Park.
WILL OPEN JUNE 27kI
BooeJrvo repraitntalivB now in AttendanccV
HOTsaoCOLD SEA-WATER DATIISs
SURfOATrUNC BAILING. FISHING. C ARAG H
UAiivconccri3 rxrvel 1J(icIim.1
Extensive Improvements. Kscluslve pair-n-ge:
private hallia, public shower snd needle
bsthSi barrelor apartments: ruknlnir ualrr eTrv
NBW One of the most modern hotels on
ocean front. E. O. TOWN8UNO.
HOTEL PARK VIEW,
Illock from ocean, faclnr Sunset Lake, Itooms
wllh bath; lator. Lloyd Kv.ins. Mgr
HELP WANTKII KEMAI.E.
SPANISH young woman, well educated,
bright and understanding dressmaking: ca.
pable of making grammatical Mpunlsli trans,
tatlons from the English. Apply W C.
HEED, llutterlck Building, HprlrV & Mac
dougal Sta., N, Y.
HITtlNO AND SUMMER RE0!tTfl.
"2 to 15 Days
A Booklet contnlnlnij com
plete particulars regarding 17
delightful trips to the Adl
tondaek Mountains, tOOO It),
nnds, Niagara Palls, Montreal
It may give you Just the
tight hint for your vacation.
It is free. Send for It.
".MOL'NTAIN ASH hAKi: ltKtiUT,"
Ilrautlf ully lllustrnted booklet derr,.n( c
tractive resorts In New York. New Jer.ey r
t'ennsylvniiUi free at l.nckiiwnnn hal r
Ticket t)r!K'ee In N Y City llrookln, Newark
SKW KNOLANIt Rhode I.tamt.
NEW OCEAN LODGE and
WATCH HILL R. I.
One of the most exclusive seaside hotels,
WILi. OPEN JUNE 6th
All out-door amusements:
Oolf, Tennis. Hole! Putting tlntns: ent
Itaihlng and Sailing; cxrellcnt I'unds for
All rooms have running water. Over half
hac baths, Writs lor booklet.
Address- .1. P. CltAMPM.V,
WATCH HILL, It. I.
New Watch Hill House
Also THE COLONIAL
Watch Hill, R. I; A. E. Die
most pmtFECT scAsnoni: itEsortT
EVi:rtY IIOOM WITH WATER VIEW
Open early In June; always cool; no diet
or mosquitoes. Surf and still water bathing.
Modern dancing, li-hole Oolf Course, Oolf
chuol new feature White service throughout
New York Office. IIBO Broadwtr, Tel. Maa.su. WH.
NEW E.N(!I...M Vermont.
OPEN JUNE 15 TO OCT. IS.
New York Office. "THE LORRAINE"
5th Avenue snd 45th Hlreet.
Soil IDEAL M'.MMIIU ltlXIUT.1
H'j.rtKe llliitraletl llrorliure
with Information regarding S0O Hummer Re.
sorts In Vermont nnd shores Lake Cham
plain, with hotel, farm und village home ar
commoilatlotis. Hent on receipt of to stumps
for mailing Address Hummer Homes, No
IS, m llroaduay, N. Y
NEW KNOLANO New Hampshire.
Portsmouth, N. H.
mertrsn Plsn a la rsrtr rrs-
Itooms singly nr en sunn
Pastern N, ti. iour.
THE OCEAN WAVE HOUSE
RYE NORTH BEACH. N. H. . f
equally high sundanl, American rA,-.
l'lsn, On 'Ihu Ocean lloulcvurd.
I'lnc Dathlng. Address
CEO. Q. PATTEE
. Portsmouth. N. II.
NEW PROFILE HOUSE
TWENTY COTTAtil'H. OPEN JULY 1ST
In a resort fatorcd with a rii.ntel' "f the
highest order. ON IDEAL TQUlv. Fine Cs.
rage, Golf, Tennis. ..
l.. ll inw.r...i..i . i-res.
n.nvln nein. Ir. f'hAree 1. It. II ICIf. IIHO
tlrnsdnar. New ors Tel. Madison S. U
MAPLOWOOD HOTEL W.'
MAPLP.WOOD. N H. OPEN JUNE TO OfT
N Y otlice. ItkO Jlway. Tel., siaa bij m
NEW ENSUND Connecticut.
the (f taeronob
-New Ynrk'a Ideal Suburban Hotel"
At Greenwich, Conn.
May to October
Eileewood Club prl liege free to guests
Sew gidf links and tennis courts.
Mlinagement from Waldorf-Astoria.
Hi'nd for booklet,
The Alfred S. Amer Co.,
Cllt St. CharlC.' New Orleans
-1-incKt All car Hotrl In the nuth
I T SS'n -VII gK.HUlkll Illll
MOI'NII HUM II NN.
Right nn the water
A most desirable and accessible resori
for nlco people. Trolley from station t
Iniii .vi minutes from New York (iolf
Delightful llsllronm, excellent
Open for Innpecllon dsily
First ilnnre of the season May :s
WM. I. 1NOOLI). Xlsnsger
N. Y. Olllce. 'Phone :sne
V IS Wrst 3Sth St. iladlsnn square
EA STEHN POINT, NEW LONDON, C.1
llnest Niimmrr Re.ort Hnlrl In mci"'
Z'i hours from New rl i ?
Open June to Sept ' II. II. sAM
S0J 5th Ave Room 110: IV M i i
NEW r.Nil-NI Miilnc.
POLAND SiltlrtG, MAINE
.POLAND hPRINd IIOI'M Open June
Oct. 15. MANMON IIOL'.E. open c
I N. Y Olllce, HID II way TbI Mao Mi
Jamaica P't Hotel and Camps nn I'snwu;
llclgradi- Ijtkrs. Wonderful Ins- k t '
' nnd Bulnion nslilnr, Urge farm n ' ;
I plies table dally; modern servl. -
f"lslne, Ilooklet! M.lR.MIAl.I. rilM-
Aldru Farm '4 Camps on K lake
MOUS nr.l.llllAIlK CHAIN Pish g i"
tennis. c. EiC table. Ilki't A I
Nhe CHASE H0USE!u V"m'ii
New.llreprojf.all conveniences Am Eur H
TOURISTS to England should mi
automobile, lilis rrtlei. siilendld re '
Hons from nil parts of America, .a'g-
of hire cars In West of England. U n
A CO, PLYMOUTH.
ifS vlth hath
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